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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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shaped saxophone-shaped fruca h brought, to market from'- his, CerrQ fizul -iarm

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parents attending" aiact-fitttiiweetingcalled on
the Atlantic "Sid last chooltuijiori
problem, were rjold that; opihionof ; bneStatcside
expert the fee for.ataending'alDoaj-and Cristobal High
Schools -ire about the same' As the cost of attending col col-.
. col-. t 1 t v
' Some 50 American, or part-American, families were
reprisetd at. the meeting called fey the American Legion
. at tSiHVtelWashingtoni' ; ' I
" pieritt tcJcf .that thil impression of the f ex ex-horbitanfV
horbitanfV ex-horbitanfV cost! some parents the .lsthmuare facing
to- give their chijdren an. American education was voiced
by a national fficial-of the Legipn when he :as told of
the local actuation." v , i 7 T"r'?

Statistics "to 'back' thW W
were auoted from a recent -artlr
cll in U B News and World Re Re-port.
port. Re-port. It dealt with the costsrf
goir.to college,; ;
'magazine listed the average ect
tmHnn and fees for a tare-
lul student as follow, ; :
, New -England
') "(U. of Conn.)..r..5iou
Huddle States
1 (TJ. NOf Md..'.K.A''-1'
Middle West'tthree big
' -untverBities)
, South 'U,-of Ala.) . ?W
' uthwest vU. of Okla.) 500
-Pnfifte Northwest
- (U.-,ot .tWash).
213;
i I Th- 'Ka '; x month high
. school tuition charged on the
; Canal Zone for students
' whose parents do not qualify
' to send them free comes to
'$450 -per term. v
Vr-v Thus a1 student going to one
. of the eoUcges Jisted could for
Jthls sum pay his fees and tui tuition
tion tuition and have from $200 to
$300 left over to apply, against
? nEt.a nf hi room and meals.
a. w.Mrue at a similar
meeting on the Pacific side, -the
. peculiarities of local regulations
whicH.hold that. the head of
. the family is a man, regardless,
'iiam-Hn-for mttch criticism.
i The' more common, cases Arise
whan an American woman is
married fa" a non-U3 citizen
r when an, American woman
; employed on the Canal Zone is
married ot an American living
: in the Republic who Is not
. US federal employe; t
Several specific cases were
cited in which parents had re
' sorted to drastic solutions. They
included
i, Two families in which
the Jather was a non-rlticen
had so many children the
"parents got a divorce so tbat
' the American woman would
' have status to send her chil
,. dren to the, United States

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a US titizeh
mnthpr- who had five cnuaren.
haft to put out tnree xor aaop-
tion in tne uanai .one. bo
could get &n education,
1 A retired American employe
rvin!'ra ni could not only not
afford Canal ,Zone" schools but
7 . V .a X..il.l alli
COUlQ not pay tiuuuu ui oui-
able Panama schools. So his
children attend -no .classes. ;
It was the consensus that
this regulation as to who is
the head of a family operates
in such a way as to break; up
families as well as to deprive
the child ren of the benefits
that are normally given stu students
dents students in the United States.
' One'-vehement parent brought
up tne question as to wneuwi
the Constitution and rights of
American- citizens apply on the
Canal Zone. This "was with re
ference to the rights of a -mar
rie k woman to stand as ? the
head of a family. ;
'.The ; Legion's next: -step will
be to make an analysis ol tne
costs, activities, and administra administration
tion administration handled by the armed
services in the technique of
sponsoring student dependents.
. This tecnnique Dy wnicn itne
armed forces reimburse the Ca
rial oreanlzation forthe chil
dren of the military and the
civilian employes of the mili
tary is in itself costly, It was
stated. ,.1i,i!.j)r,i
The Legion has hr mind no
firm idea as to what Federal
agency should pick-up the
tab i for the cost of assuring
an : American education at
reasonable cost to all Ameri American
can American children' on the Isthmus.
. It is felt that national head headquarters,
quarters, headquarters, in Washington, will be
better -qualified to-'determlne
how to proceed, whether admin administratively
istratively administratively or through the Con Congress..."..."
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The Legion here, will collect
all possible data and send it to
Washington by the first of the

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Suf. Of French Ship Jhaf Bumped PC Bank
Seven Ye ?T ro In Ancon
' 'A eltlm for damatct of S350.BOO arainst' t be Paiima Canal -Company resultinx from an
accident in tho Canal aenn yeu meo- 1 beta f heard at (U.8. District Court at Ancqn.
The hearlnr which ia expected to iast all week, started yeaterday nornlnr. The captain
and tome crew members of. the ablp- concerned, the. Charles L.D hate flwn evidence.
, The claim is belnif made-by a French shipping company, Louis Dreyfus et Cie, owner of
the freighter Charles L.C.' shpi of 488 ross ttons which twico struck ths ; banks of Gai Gai-lard
lard Gai-lard Cut. durinx a nijrht .transit Dee, 27, 1951 ; v

' The company is alleging negli negligence
gence negligence on, the part e-f the Panama
Canal employes Involved in the
transit of the ship. A tug was
being used at the time of the ac accident.
cident. accident. The pilot on the Charles
L.D. was Capt. Robert &; Rennie.
The case has been on the court
dockets for about five years. The
reason the trial has been so long
delayed was the difficulty of lo locating
cating locating witnesses and Hew York
counsel being unable to attend.
Yesterday, the libellants. open opened
ed opened their case and submitted v v-ldence
ldence v-ldence in the form of depositions
taken from ; former crew1 mem members
bers members of the Charles LD in
France and North Africa., t
-Today; the former captain of,
the Charles LJD. who is now
working for the French Gov--
ernment and who made a spe
cial Journey to Panama to .give
1 evidence; took the stand. He is
Capt, XSeorgt Piquet. -He
gave his evidence in heavr-ilv-accented
English, and an in
terpreter was gtanding by, to as assist
sist assist him;, '"
,1 Piquet isaid' he started hlrca hlrca-Tr
Tr hlrca-Tr t, sfi in l02B.He said that
on the canal transit which is tne
subject of the trlaVthe Charles
hfD. xvas transiting: northbound
carrying a cargo ot nea? irom
vartrmiver .. '
He said hefore the transit .w as
US fax Clzu.:hts
7i;S A!!:i;Viv
t-fast AsK '.bSsuks
1 Americah husbands in the Canal
Zone who art seeking relief from,
paying half -of their reoerai in
come taxes -Because. fOt.'un v"
Zone's community property ,uw,
must file individual requests for
an extension of time, if they dis
agree with he Internal Revenue
Bureau s decision on non-residenl
alien wives residing in the Canal
Zone. - -Chairman
George Vieto, of the
husband group contesting the rul ruling,
ing, ruling, received notice to this effect
from the Director of International
Operations; .Internal Revenue ser
vice, under date oi uec.
Vieto has suggested mat au
claimants who have not done, so
file a request for an extension o
time and make it a uniform, date
of Jan. 31, 1959.- 1
,At the same time, he warned
the husbands not to file a waiver
to their claim under, any circum
tanpR
Vito also ,taidv ne fmar wore
has been -received from the 'law
firm that is studying the groups
esse.- As soon as the. committee
chairman and co-chiirnun receive
such word, meetings, wui oe- cauea
on both the Atlantic rand Pacific
sides, he said. Announcements ot
the time, and place will be made
in the newspapers.
The husbands contend mat mas
much as 'the Canal- Zone has i
community, property law, men
married to non-US-citizen non-resident,
wives should be JiaWe for
tax on only, half their income,
Junior High; Plans
Christmas .Concert
For Thursday Night
. The annual Christmas music eon eon-cert
cert eon-cert will be given by the students
of the Balboa Junior High School
at 7:30 Thursday night in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Gymnasiums -. '
, listed on the program- are ; vo
cal solos by Judy Brown. Ethel
Faulkner, and Susan ,Kes; is a
trombone solo by.Wendel Sheparu;
and a clarinet polka played, by
Eugene- LinforsMike Harris, and
Other- numbers will be- present
ed by the school orchestra and sev
eral songs win De. sung oy. me
t-irls and bovs' choruses., V
The program will be under the
direction of Wallace Woodruff.!- f
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US Treasury -Now
Richer By $91.85
After PoliceiSale
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.The auction sale' of lost proper
ty accumulated at- sainoa; fonee
Station, which was held on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, realized S91.8S, t was an-
nnunred todav. The monev foes

into the U.S. Treasury.

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made, the ship's equipment and
steering gear were given the reg
uiar oneck-over. .xnere was no
trouble with, the -engines or the
steering on the passage down.
Piquet said, he ordered a itug
before they entered Mirafldres
Locks. At no time did he give any
orders during the transit of the
cut. The pilot -was in touch by
Tomorrov Morning's
Mailings In Time
For Christmas Day
.Tomorrow mornlnr will" be
the last day o? which regular
Christmas mall can be- posted
for the United states with any
assurance-that it will reach its
destination; and be delivered
before Dec. 25. the. Canal Zone
Postal Division haa announced,
Th last mall Shipment will
bv sent out on j a Japanese

to sail -from' Cristobal tomorrowpon- in. Qalllard Cut -with

afternoon direct for New, York.
Canal Zone residents have
been. advised that 'all regular
mall put into Palhoa r Balboa
Heights post v office -by. JW0
am. tomorrow... will be kicked
u In the noon delivery for
transfer" to the ship in Cristo
bal. (.--,;. .-v..
tit r '
Mali should be posted in
other Pacific side post offices
tomorrow morning at an hour
early enough to meet the noon
pickup.
Residents can -.learn these
hours by calling their local post
offices'. r
ExhibitOf British
Art Reproductions
Slated In Panama
With the cooperation of the De
partment of Fine Arts of the Mi Ministry
nistry Ministry of Education and the Cham
ber of Commerce, reproductions of
famous British paintings (1750-
1950) will be exhibited from Fri Friday
day Friday tin Tuesdav at the Chimhor
of Commerce,? Plaza Porras from
a.m. to a p.m.
Smoke Signals
Panama, National Guard com
mander Col. Bolivar Vallarino
was reported today to be confer.
ring with senior civilian and
military law enforcement offi officers
cers officers of the Canal 'Zone with a
view to stepping up the drive a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the smoking of marijua
na.
Driver's License

To Face Mechanized Eye Tests

A standardized test of vision by
machine will be adopted Jan; 1
by the Canal Zone police for. ap applicants
plicants applicants for drivers' licenses, Maj.
B. A. Dairden, Chief of Police, an announced
nounced announced today. a
--The' .Canal 'Zone police have
purchased a machine tor eye
tests' and nave installed it in ine
Civil Affairs building where li
censes are' issued, sine machine,
a Keystone Telebinocular; tests for
color vision; visual acuity, and
perimeter of late'-al field of vi vision,
sion, vision, It will r be installed ; in a
booth. Painted black to eliminate
distractions from the person- being
tested. 1
The purchase of the instrument
and adoption, of the new system
results from a study of several
months by the police and a group
of doctors of the Health Bureau
who have cooperated in establish establishing
ing establishing certain vision tests and stan standards.
dards. standards. Since1 delivery of the telebino
cular: Dr. Robert H'. Rupp- chief
o' the Ophthalmology Service at
Gargas Hospital, has been work working
ing working with police on setting up the
machine and making numerous
tests

The new type tests will be given)

radio telephone "With the master

of the tug.
He described how, the ship
slewed in and hit the east
bank lightly, then .pulled over
and struck the west bank with
greater force.-
- She was ) nulled isff by the tug
and continued to Cristobal with.
out further incident: Repairs
were effected at Cristobal,
Piquet's evidence was continu
ing later today.
' Attorneys for the libellants are
Edwin Longcope of New York
and Woodrow de Castro.
David J. Markun, assistant
General Counsel is leading for
the Panama canal.
Grace Line Asks
$20,000 Damages
For Collision
, i .-ft
Orace Line, Inc.,, today' filed
a claim xor 52U,uuo against vae
Panama Canal company. xor
serious damaae which' one of
their ships incurred m a com
1 I rf11tMJ VmlfU;..)
Panama Canal tug towing
crane baree. j-,
? The1 shipping company -states
that there was" tieglieence -n
the part of the tug- which over
t .trimmer.. r'titwvw.U'.hniit,
el vine a '.whistle signal..
' The complaint states that the
Grace 5 line .ship Santa. Cecilia
way transiting the- canal XJee,.
12,M95!5 from, thr Atlantic-to
the Pacific. The vessel w- --proceeding-
towards Bas 'Obispo
Reach and was being followed
by the PanCanal tug VS. TAi TAi-boga
boga TAi-boga with the crahe barge Toro.
The tug requested permission
to pass and an answer was
given by radio in the affirmative.-
,'
As the Santa Cecilia made
her turn into Bas Obispo Reach,
however, a northbound ship
came Into sight.
Since the pilot had not re-.
ceived a whistle signal from the
U.S. Taboga indicating she was
passing, he moved the Santa
Cecilia across toward the star
board side of the channel.
The complaint alleges: "The
tug continued to approach and
wnne attempting to crowd be between
tween between the starboard side of the
Santa Cecilia and the west
bank of the channel, neelieent-
ly collided with the starboard
side of the Santa Cecilia, caus causing
ing causing -serious damage."
900 For 166
More than 9o6 applications
have been received by the Hous Housing
ing Housing institute for the 168 New
Cristobal houses turned over by
the Canal Zone to the govern government
ment government of Panama, it was an announced
nounced announced today.
Applicants
at first only on the Pacific side
until practical, standards have
been established.- Police Officer
Anthony Malagutti, the examining
officer for drivers' licenses, has
been -workine with RUdd in test
ing the- new machine and setting
up standard procedures which will
oe used when it is placed in ten-
eral use. j, h
Darden save botht nolice '- and
health -officials' expect the new
telebinocular to expedite the work
in the license office aside -from
providing more accurate informa
tion on the ability of applicants to
meet necessary .standards ,for a
driver's license, i i
Rainbow City BoyJ
Fails From Tree; )
Is Now;lri Corgis'
Eight-year-old Mario Roberts, of
House No, 545? B Rainbow City -fell
from a tree he bad climbed
outside his home on Sunday. ',
i He was taken to Coco Solo Hds
pital by ambulance and. treated
for a dislocated elbow. He was
later transferred to Gargas.'

Independ

Wil Review All

WASHINGTON, Dec.

ed an executive .order outlining a formula for eliminating the wage 'dif

lerenuai. Deiween o.o,
The order establishes an

board of appeals to review appeals from employes regard-
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ing graae or pay levels or ciassincarions or rneir posinons.

Besides setting up a merit

ides for uniform applicability of employment standards
and availability of training facilities to all government
employes in the Canal Zone irrespective of whether they
are citizens of the United States or of the Republic of

Panama. ..
Th Cnnnl 7rn morif
ed States government conforrrt
policies in the Canal Zone to

of Understanding accompanying a 1955 treaty with Pan

ama.
The new merit system,

merit system in the United States, would apply to all em

ployes in the Canal Zone whether American or Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian .-citizens.

Authority to issue detailed regu
lations to carry, out provisions of
today's order: was : .delegated to
the Secretary of tne Army, ine
order provides that the merit sys
tem1 shaH hecome effective Jan.
i. The xunve oroer was wsueu
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hmdori authority .. provided by an
implemented previsions of the-1955
Momnrnifium of Understandinf
Th President' executive order
said that-nositions which shall to
filled by United- States citizens
for security reasons shall include,
but not m nmiteu io:.
' 1. Those involving security of
property;
1. These Involving access to
defame information; .
' 3. These which require the
use' of United States citixens 4
Insure .continuity and capability
of operation and administration
of ectiviries In the Canal Zone
by the United States govern
ment.
The order said that the Canal
Zone merit system shall include
provision for "appropriate Inter
change" of U.S. citizens employed
by the government between the
Canal Zone merit system and the
U.S. competitive civil service.
Tree1 East Berlin
To Cut Oil Escapes,
Says Red Newspaper
BERLIN, Dec. 10 (tTPI) An
mast German Communist news
paper said today that when East
Berlin becomes a "free clty' East
Germany will seal escape routes
for refugees fleeing to tne'wesi.
1 The newspaper, the official
Communist Youth organ "Junge
Welt," warned that once control
of Allied routeg to and from iso isolated
lated isolated West Berlin are turned
i-ivar hv Russia to the East Ger
man regime, "West Berlin could
no longer be a transit station for
those who have let themselves be
enticed away from our repub republic.
lic. republic.
tt added that control of the
Allied routes will be transferred
to the communist German re
gime whether the Western pow
ers agree or not.
All PC Paychecks
To Be Distributed
Before Christmas
j Canal oygaoiaatlon.employes
vwho ar- normally paV ,ort
Wednesday will receive their
pay checks, on Tuesday, one.
' day early, during the Christ-'
1 mas pay week, it was announc
! ed by the Of flee t th Comp-
troller .today, s
i i There wlU be o change in.
the Issne schedule : for those
who normally receive their
checks on Monday or Tuesday,
This advance of the Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday pay day has been made In
nrrter to nrovld ample time
for distribution of checks at all
outlying points and to emnloy
e on Irrecular or night shifts
so that all checks may be de.
livered no later ; than tbe
morning of Christmas eve.

ent lone Board

10 (UPI) President
anu uuiwuau cuipiuye
iiidependent Canaf Zone
pay system, theorder prov
vctm nrnv!4t thnt fh llntfs
its wage and employment
provisions of a Memorandum
similar to the Civil Service
The order "said that the Civil
Service Commission is to make
periodic review of the Canal Zone
merit system,
c, Reflardinc membership ef the.
Canal Zone board ef jappoals,
. the executive order said, the
board shall consist ef -'five
fnambars ail of whom1 shall be
1 ily Mian named by the Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary f ife Army, en ef -. whom
hall b -designatet by Mm et
chairman ,1
One member is to be nominat nominated
ed nominated by the Civil Service Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. Two members, shall bo Dick-
ed from amdng employes of the
U.S. government agencies in the
Canal Zone, ,
The two members picked from
among the government employes
in the Canal Zone are to be ap
pointed only alter consultation
with and advice from organizations
representing such employes.
The. order said that the two fi
nal members shall be sleeted by
the Secretary of the Army and
that for each member of the
board the .secretary will appoint
an alternate member to serve
whenever the member for who he
is an alternate shall be unable to
serve.
Local 907 Demands
Reason For Delay
On Single Wage
A call for debate in the Nation
al Assembly on US failure to place
the. single wage scale in effect in
the Canal Zone was issued yester
day by Local 907f AFL-CIO.
union president Aureao j. mor
ris asked tne Assemmy io sum
mon Foreign Minister Miguel Mo
reno, Jr., ana tormer f oreign
Ministers octavio r abrega ana a
auilino Bovd to "tell the country
the enure truth ol tne situation.
The present situation was label
led "shameiur by the upon,
which consists of non-US citizens
employed by the Armed Forces in
the Zone.
Fabresa. who was one of the
negotiators of the Panama-US tret
ty in 1955, and Boyd, who was
foreian minister for the first two
vears of the present administra
tion, .were called upon, along wiw
Moreno, to tell the people what
measures, have been, taken to re
medy the situation.
No executive order nas oeen is
sued by the President of the Ig
nited States to place the single
wa'ge system in effect, the union
statement pointed ou.
''The Naional Assembly andlhe
Executive Organ," the statement
read, "should explain to the coun
try and to the world the injustice
to which we are victims through
the delay in' the enforcement ot
the labor provisions of the Remoe-
Eisenhower Treaty."
The day en which non-Ub citi
zen employes living in ... Panama
lost their commissary privileges
under the provisions of the 19o5
treaty was sarcastically referred
to, as the ?dav of flory" for Pa
nama merchants, who have al
ways, according to the- statement
been able to .-count on support
from the Panama eovernment,
while1 the working classes have
never received such support.

Appeals
Eisenhower today '.sim-,
m me ianai one.
Bus Driver Runs
From CZ Police
In 50 mph Chase
Just because he did n6t have,
an operator's license, a Panama. Panama.-nian
nian Panama.-nian bus driver led police a bee beetle
tle beetle SO mph chase .through Bal Balboa
boa Balboa yesterday in an attempt to
escape, ...
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The driver was Samuel Irish
Scott and .he paid for-his tolly
at Balboa Magistrate's Court
yesterday afternoon when Judge
John E.Deminsr sentenced, him
to 15 days and a $10 fine -for
reckless driving and fined Mm A
further $10 on the license charge,
Police had lnfnrtnaMnn tia"i
driver was proceeding from Pan,
ama to Balboa without a license
and the bus. was Intercepted at
ixir juucuon or Roosevelt Ave
nue ana jjaiDoa Road.
Police flat Ja MafrV.ii(V.
the patrolman got out to eheclr

me ous anverrwnen the bus- W

lurched Suddenly away.

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. ,...v.., uiaro, niBUHl WlUCn
was also taken Up1 by two off
duty pollcementJ Daniel R Har- f
ned and Mack Hicks, and final- i
ly, Scott trapped himself in a
dead-end street." Even then he 1
tried to run for' it but waa f

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Christmas Savings ; ;
Flowing From Banks
For Shoppers' Use ;

Startins todav. mor than :

$1,250,000 in Christmas Savins
Accounts will begin flowing from

the Panama Savings Banks in Co- 4
ion and the capital city into the
pockets of potential customess for

merchants. v
Almost 40,000 thrifty -minded de-
positors are lining up at the Sav
ings Bank windows to draw out
the deposits accumulated during
the year and now available for a

Mer-7 Christmas or for needed
household expenditures. r; 'F','
Christmas Savings depositors uf
Panama City number 27,522 yforK
whom $962,362.25 has accumulated. .fc
On the Atlantic side, 12.376 de
positors will Ieave the bank with
$293,770.75 ready cash in hand.
- These funds, bankers have point
ed out, are in addition to the
sums deposited in regular savings
accounts. Some of the latter wilt
undoubtedly be withdrawn for :!
Christmas -purchases.

SHOPPING
DAYS TO
CHRISTMAS
READ OUR ADS
' AToid the Last Minute 1
Kush Be Sure ; Vour v
, rChristmas Cards and y
: Gifts Arrive orn Time.

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TlsT PANAMA AMERICAN AN IKUEPKNOFNT DAILY KEWSPAf EX
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THE MAIL BOX

SHEKELS AND
The attitude adopted by

" tha controversial remarks make by Gov. Potter before the Pan Pan-una
una Pan-una Chamber of Commerce not too long ago is In sharp con con-tfast
tfast con-tfast with the way they were handled by Panamanian politicians
nd the Spanish press.
i I don't think it can be said that the businessman are not
patriotic, even though they are the ones who are benefitting
' --I most from the last treaty. They have to keep the dollars com com-T
T com-T lng irj great quantities, even If It does not mean paying any
' more money to their employes, and since Potter is willing to
-fallow them hoy they can put more goods on the market on the
i.yf Canal Zone, they are perfectly willing to go along with him.
lt This only serves to point up the conflict of interests contain contain-ed
ed contain-ed in 1955 treaty. All this politicians talk about sovereignty is
, Just plain nogwash to the thousands 6f Panama residents who
'if are no longer able to buy in the commissaries and who have
; -lost their Canal Zone Jobs as a result of the treaty.
' fi Of course, If the increased business which $he treaty brought
! h io Panama business had meant Jobs to make up for the ones
they 'lost most unfortunate victims might have taken a different
. View. They probably would have been able to go along with the
-i patriotic issues involved. However, as we all know this Is not
h the case, so let's Just sit back arid figure out some way to ben-
. efit from the increased revenue the businessmen hope to get by
Increasing their sales to the Canal Zone.
JZ Observer;

GOOD BASEBALL

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Professional League games have proved one thing:
'"ZZL ;If the fans are offered a weU balanced, foUr-team loop with
ITioorl players giving their best always, they will make sacrifices
""tecorne out to the park, despite the economic situation.
ZZZT Baseball, like any other product, must.be of good caliber if
Witts'' to get support, and it can be. safely said that that is the
Z Mcret of the league's success up to now.
f Team sponsors, loop officials and others concerned have
worked hard to resurrect the once-dying circuit. It must be
heartening to them to receive such enthusiastic response from
,Jt thP fans.

It goes without saying that if the brand of baseball that is
"being played now' continues, the league Is 'assured of probably
Zt'T tt most successful season in its 13-year history.
-Bats off to the Individuals and groups who have contributed
r. U the 1958-59 campaign getting off to such a fine start.

"MT THREE
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In reference to K.J.'s Monday

current production "My Three Angels" it was Joseph, played bv
Cam; Stewart, and not Jules, portrayed by Bob Armitage, who
choked on the good (not bad) cognac.
Ir my own slightly prejudiced opinion borrowing a phrase
from' the play the second night was terrific and so was the
audience had them rolling in the aisles. Cam Stewart once a a-gain
gain a-gain distinguished himseM by making the most out of the noisy,
10il5 train. ''."

The
TAKING A CHANCE
Sir:

I have traveled across the Isthmus three times in the last
month. Each time I have been stopped at the check point near
Colon by a paunchy sergeant of the Panamanian National Guanl
wearing dark glasses who sticks his hand in the ear window and
says "How many can I sell you?" In his fht is a stack of chanc chances
es chances which he wants to sell. The first time was for a watch at 50
cents a chance, the second time 75 cents for a chance on win winning
ning winning tickets for a chance on a couole of houses. Today it cost
$1 for a chance on a uatch. Notice that the price keeps going up.
This man and his crew are In full uniform. I understand

that there is a law in Panama

Guard. I believe that this man and his crew are insulting their
own uniform bv selline chance tickets while In uniform and on
duty. The National Guard should be proud of their uniform
and what it stands for.
I have noticed that they are stopping all comers. Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians ard others. I believe that this practice should be stooned
bv the Guard Commander and if any future chance selling
starts again the nersons doing it should be fired from the Guard
and th Guard Officers resDonsible for discipline be Investigat Investigated
ed Investigated for their fitness to remain In the Guard a officers.
Losing Respect for the Guard

LAND-LEASE
Sir:

A vanishing and almost forgotten group of Land Lease peo peo-'
' peo-' v le nerp on the Canal Zone are badly in need of some charlta charlta-Sjble;Chrlstmas
Sjble;Chrlstmas charlta-Sjble;Chrlstmas attention.
v.; v i Orphanages, hosoltals and the known poor in the populated
c areas are usually satisfactorily taken care of by numerous jrroun
r individual charities. However, some poverty-stricken Land
-Lease peonle right here in our own backyard receive flttle, If
any. charitable attention since their plight is not generally
- known. The majority of Land Lease peonle that the nubile eet
- to see are in reasonably good condition, but in the hills, on the
'lake and other out-of-the-way locations there are people in
. need of anything from rags to rice.
' '- There are approximately 30 needy families here on the Pa Pa-rt,
rt, Pa-rt, eKle .side who could have a better Christmas If any of vour
. jreaders would care to pack a carton or parcel with anything
theytfeel they would like to give.
Interested parties pleas contact Dal Heilman. Canal Zone
"..Bush Patrolman ,or Dick Williams, sanitation Inspector, for in information
formation information about these folk olck-uD collection and distribution
?of parcels, perhaps some of you would HkA to personally assist
, "In distribution to the more accessible locations.

'

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

; 'Will try to five you a line but my eves are bothering me
' worse than ever and looks like a ease of finish soon.
. We are havin eur first light freeze and bright sunshine
that mtkes It ban for me. I sure would have liked to have been
with you at the Teddy Roosevelt celebration and wish someone
i would, null tn another one of the covers for an old friend.
4 Thanka to my friend Corinne Henkle. 8he keeps me well up.
They talk of driving up and T hone they do. There is plenty to
,' aeVand a Tlew of .the county Coliseum the third lamst sin sin-,
, sin-, -rle building In the United States. Our roads are good and so
, are' Mexico's, and I hear that Salvador has the best-of ail'
; The Christmas boom is on and the stores are doin a boom boom-1
1 boom-1 -Int. business. Looking for help and breaking in anybody who
",lfan read price tag.'
'i'.v afWhen Daye Sasse of Boquete drove through Nebraska with

wranai &on license piaie on ms car a ladv asked how man
laches of tain where he came from. His answer was "We don't
raea'ure Jin Inches, we measure In feet." Well, they had enough

kill IM A kUIBIlH Mill. im.t

tor rsn of Ths P Amrlca.
ar ksno'lso' r a M confMsnNal
tmpatiaftr If itni'1 aaaoir th
oraar racaivaj.
SOVEREIGNTY
Panama businessmen regarding
ViAAn stiAnrfinir the 'Panama
Baseball Fan.
ANGELS"
review of the Theater Guild's
Humorous Prop Assistant.
WITH THE GUARD
aeainst insultine the National
CHRISTMAS
Christmas Spirit

Labor News
And .,
Comments

By VICTO RIISIL
NEW YORK In the brutal ice-
clad dawn last week Monday Small
boats hit the choppy waters of
several m U.S. ports. They were
picket boats literally. They were
to picket foreign fltg ships which
had not fled America before the
deadline of the first global strike
in history. Similar .boats1 were
Dulline into harbors across the
world trying to tie up 2,000 ves
sels. '".',
These small picket cran were
making another' even more dra
matic case or history tney were
introducing to America an inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental union of international
unions known to only a handful
n the U.S. This is the 62ear-old
Internationa' 'Vansnorr workers
Federation (ITF). It is a global
network America should get -to
know as it knows its own high
ways. For it now nroves that
throned i operion in a tinv
LonHnn office, with a small staff,
the ITF c" refh ;ptn nv men-
can oort. into any river snd even
into the airnorts. The ITF can link
America's trsnsnor f'rilitiAj ?nto
elohal stoopBes which can affect
millions of U.S. working people
and businessmen.
Th' ITF. ''on i's small head
quarters in Maritime Fowe. Old
Town. nsphm Common Lonnon
can unite strike action nf ?ome
' OOO.OOfl U.S. sailors, rai'waymen.
Pteamsf", snd 'nnoshonww.
mong othr. with trsnspo'- work
ers in leernrt. i'"9nna,
Tang?"viVa. Ton? Xn". Kenya,
N"ss1spI '"' Austrslia.
These are hist few cf the 2
counHes wbnse rsnsoort uninns
rp ti"l o the Federation. Th
ITF. for examnle. bus narMyzed
Indian rannort and London fock".
Accordinc n isnwn repots, it
ven hss flliu in Snuin.
This, th" Itf of'cif'lv dPsTihes
as "an illegal, undereround move movement."
ment." movement."
Thi fvn of Feneration is known
to a telennnne rnnth s'"'e crowd as
Seeretrit.TVse SerrManty.
an obscur word in he U.S.. Can
be powerf"! nn'f. It is stranse
that Amer'sns bv never potten
to know them. There are inter international
national international Sft9rijt- of musicians.
metl v"""'-r. mi"', mn's
clothine '"w'rers and ladies gar garment
ment garment w"-Ver.
VirtusTly e'vwhere t.hee Sec
retaries. ') located in Firne.
are directed bv veiern socialists
bitter enemies of the Commu Communists.
nists. Communists. It ws thro"wh the Interna International
tional International Mu?!"ins Federation, for
esamole. that .Timmv Petrillo
launched an interronrinental war
on the Communists' cultural fronts,
The Secretrias sre tHv Cen
tral clearing houses to which sim similar
ilar similar uninns in many lands nay
dues. What maVe them audden audden-lv
lv audden-lv vital :i the ITF's lobai mar maritime
itime maritime strike -?aint the shins of
nur land flss TjV.eri. Tota
"ica. Panama and Honduras
These countries eive the shinown shinown-ers
ers shinown-ers a break on taxes and working
The ITF rike has nroven thai
an International Sf'-.Hrin ran
snddenlv come to life-sainr a
ngle lndtr arrncs the lnK
Thus, for the first time, with the
ackin of 1 American nnion.
irs action is more thn a nassinp
'ory. Tt'g worfh looking. at what
the ITF covers and for what )
stsTias.
It hs some millior, mem mem-ners
ners mem-ners in "seven industrial see.
tion' catering to: r"'lwpvmen.
road trsnsnnrt wnrVers ftaain.
ster"). 'nlsnd wterwsv workers,
oort workers.1 s-rerc fishermen
civil aviation sffs (airline pilctsi
ground cre'S. rA
The imolir!iion o' las week's
"lOOal oresniC action that enrne
day anv one of these nptinn
con'd be hit bv n intercontinental
Str!'-. For whp ""ssnns'
Officiallv the ITF 'sav that (he
object of the Federation shsll
be: "To support nations nH i.
ternational action in the struggle
sc-inst econof"'" exploitation rnd
"olitical oonrecVn 91H to mke
international working class solidar solidarity
ity solidarity effective.
"To cooperat- in 'he estaMish estaMish-ment
ment estaMish-ment of a world ordr hased on
he association or 1 neonlcs in
freedom and eoualit for the pro promotion
motion promotion of their welfare w the
common use of the world's re-
so"rces...To see1 niversl recog recog-nit'on
nit'on recog-nit'on and enforcement of the
rint to trade union organization
...To defend and ornmote on the
international plane the economic
socipl and occupational interests
of all transport workers.'
Something sienificantlv new has
been added to the fashions in A-
mencan labor global action.
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NEW YORK HEARTBIAT
Celebs About Town; Greer Gar-
son (of London and Hollywood)
iigntiug tne -Oitler winds as tshc
exits irom "21" and borrowing hc
husband s millinery to protect
those famous or ange-hued strands
. .Anna Marie Alberghetti de-
vounng a; twin-order of Cherry
Cheese-cake at Lindy's. She'll be
vtannf it next week. .Lauren
Bacall and Adolph Green at th
Embers pattycaking "The Party's
Over," which he co-auth'd... The
Gun Mitchells furniture-shopping
(ioi- their new Beverly Hills bom)
along 5h. .The twin Renoirs at
Manny Worlf's Marlenets legz
. Janet Gaynor and her Adrian
throwing the "Boy Friend" cast
into a state of jitters when they
were spotted in 3rd Bow. Center. .
Ginger Rogers exercising her ny nylons
lons nylons alon Broadway and getting
ogiea ana Hey, voua every
inch of The Big Street.
Sallies In Our Alley: Some Hoi-'
lywood stars in our midst Were'
chatting about all the front page
publicity Prince Rainier .and His
Grace have been getting. "Ha!
ha'd one. "Didja ever see such a
fuss over a guy being out with
his own wife? . .Overheard a-
bout France Nuyen backstage at
"iuzie Wong" "Imagine: making
Broadway and Brando in one sea season!
son! season!
Vignette: He was a -talented
pianist and composer and the obits
the other day didn't include the
following human-interest angle
when they told of Teri Jose'ovit's
passing. .All his life he hoped
to father a big song hit. .He
had one all along but didn't know
it. .Polly Bergen recently record recorded
ed recorded his oldie, "Au Re voir Again,"
for Columbia ... They put it on
Ihe back of "Come Prima." Tune
Pan Alley citizens predict it will
be Polly's top selling platter.
This twist of fate will make the
widow more comfortable.
Memos of a Midnieh'el:. Mvrna
Loy will debut as a serious actress
in 'Dore Schary's film. "Lonelv-
hearts"...Ann Coro and ex-hus
band Bob Williams go to court
again ovei her share of his haK haK-million
million haK-million dollar realty. ; .Bill Reed,
the Little Club star, has been re
elected Mayor of Park Avenue. His
chief duty is to liirht the Yul tre
along that elegant road. .Intim
ates believe Orrin Lehman 1 and
Charlie Morrison's widow, Mary,
will unite. .Serge Obolehsky's set
is curious about what he's going
to do. with the fortune in gems
he jus purchased. Mrs T .drfi.
Sanford's ever-lovin'. just gave her
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WHIRI THIKI IS NO

Fuselages

the fabulous diamond, emerald
and ruby necklace featured on
Vogue's cover. .NBC is litrully
bouing over Fortune's TV blast. ;
Joan Collins and Chi. industrialist
Glenn Harrison are the latest to
enrich AT and T with their long long-kisstancing.
kisstancing. long-kisstancing.
The Critics' Table: "I always
say why wait umil Thanksgiving'
to carve a turkey". ."The only
plot that show had was where 1
buried it": ."I head Rogers and
Hammerstein have a million-dollar
advance sale on one they
haven't written yet". ."This show
doesn't need, a doctor. It needs a
priest". ."The' leading man's!
booming voice was ths only thing
that kept me awake". ."Oh, well,'
back to the crepewriter'
Cast of Characters: Kim Novak
in town to film "Middle of the
Night," requested a 2-bedroom a
partment with a View of the East
River, some working replaces
ana no green wnaiever in any part
of the apartment.' She has a; pho phobia
bia phobia against green. .One of the
cufflink sets stolen from Ruhjro Ruhjro-sa's
sa's Ruhjro-sa's apartment was a gift from
the Duchess of Windsor. ; I. Rosen
tahal, owener' of Palisades A A-musement
musement A-musement Park, spurned 4 million
in cash for i Says he'd be stuck
with 3 million (after taxes) with
nothing to do. .Mischa Auer had
plastic surgery, to. 'remove the
bags under his eyes that helped
him get laughs. ..Shapely blonde
Rosemary McDougall, who wears
her hair in a single pig ail and is
a devotee of low-cut sui's and no
makeup.'. .Chanteuse Fernanda
Montel is a radish addict. (Re (Remember!
member! (Remember! You Read It Here!)
New York Story: For almost
60 years he was rated Broad Broadway'
way' Broadway' No. l Panhandler. .Vete .Veteran
ran .Veteran Broadwayites tell of his ca career
reer career of shunning hard work- for
handouts. ; .How he always com complained
plained complained of being broke. .How he
woe hand-me-downs that ragplck
ers wouldn't be seen in How
he would wheeze and tell you he
was going to die any minu'e. '.'
But he outlived many of his Ge
nerous benefactors, who showed up
at ms funeral the other day. They
shook their heads and clucked
sympathetically ... Until they
learned that New York's famous
mendicant, Commodore butch, had
left $64,000.
. Times Square Circle: They say
Parkyakarkus. he comic who col
lapsed and died in M. Berle's arm
at the Friars (on the coast), left
his family rich. Bought up consi considerable
derable considerable real estate in small Cali California
fornia California places in the '30s. .Mate
model Jimmy Horn and Mora Ed
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1
dington (ex, wife of Errol Flynn
ana Dick Hay mes) seemed very
cozy at the ftpinaietop. .Nancy
Chase, interior decorator for mag
publisher G. Delacourie, is the wire
of a Billboard exec ... Art and
Dotty Toad, whose first recored
("Chanson D' Amour") sold over
j million copies, star at the tto
ney -Plaza:-Bampoo Koom. De De-liKntiul
liKntiul De-liKntiul musicians. .The amusing
book, "Wonderful World of Aunt
Tuaay, was? erroneously credited
to Max Hess, who paid to thave
it writ.en by Jeremy Gury of the
Ted Bates Agency, What's this
about tough guy actor Ben uazza-
ra having his nails done? .A
famed lawyer told .- a newspaper
exec"I did not mink jt was pos possible
sible possible to libel the Gabors, but you
have; done it."
. Manhattan plurals: The tiny
Yule tree, tied to the handle bars
of a show girl's ; scooter. .The
garage sign at 57th near the 12th
Avenue docks lor liners: r arm arming
ing arming for Ships!". .The bar-restaurant
on 33rd and 8th which adver
tises: "Fwied Swimp". .The &tep
tep-uD security to protect the Rus
sian diplomats living in the Svoiet
Consulate at Park Avenue and
68th. The acene is so brightly illu illumined,
mined, illumined, it -lppks like a Hollywood
movie set..': . .;.
'Tne ate Watch: The Wm. Mor-
ris Booking Agency is excited over
a singer named Earl Grant. They
call him .'"another' Nat (King)
Cole" .With all the holdups in
banks howcum some midtown
banks display gun collections in
their windows?... George Jessel's
new protegee is Kathy Martin,
former show-gel at the Vega
Sands.. 1
Ludwig Jemelmons not only has
a lead ar.icie in ft.ccaus ana
Holiday and a new book "(My Life
In Art"),' but an exciting exhibi
tion of his oils at.tne Hammer
Galleries. .Americans back from
London report that on theater
Splaying musical snows) nas usn
ers who hand cousn orops 10 spec
fators wh6 coughs Not a bad, idea
to codv atone Broadway.. .Susy
Parker was in a' huddle with her
attorney PauiO'Dwyer at the Luau
4no. .The airline strikes caused
ticket brokers scads of trouble. For
the first lime cancellations stuck
them with choice pews to "My,
Fair Lad."
Sounds ; in the Night: At the
Raintree: "On Broadway an imi imi-ta'or's
ta'or's imi-ta'or's a guy who hates you but
loves your act At unasay a;
"I'm through with love. I'm get
ting married"t .At cafe St. De Denis:
nis: Denis: "A Wall Street expert is one
who never went broke more than
twice."
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MEXICO CITY The Ameri Ameri-cau
cau Ameri-cau Mio.iei it unally. uiscuvu'uig
wujii ut avcuu cooquikuiuoib.
uiscovered vi ears age the
jkW.UuO tiiuttt dowu ucie juv tue
ai. uiim moiitns ot Uu jear anu
mure man twu.uou wui come ja
' id tourists find a city of 4,265.-
000 population, equaling .C'nuafcu
u tw, v4 01 iiieil aaieiUMi txi-
ies, A10 lu Janeiro anu ju An
geiea, ana secouu- oniy lu lsvr
1 or it amoag uie cities of in Wes'
em Hemispuere. ,. 1
Ihey aiao tind a cky of cathe cathedral
dral cathedral ana uwa-Cois siitns. ot dui-
ros and Buicks, beiutuui ; mu-
dcuota au aiuuid, Wuete uie ruo ruo-siets
siets ruo-siets in ihg eany morning coai coai-peie
peie coai-peie with tbe euurcu beiu rand
nvnere t Uie tamaie peaaier, a
u kcr-.beuever ui iree en.erprise,
na wks his wares siae-by siae
with Pemex, we government pe petroleum
troleum petroleum moiiopoiy wmcu per mi 1
no aree-enterprise gasoline to be
sold in Mexico.'
This year's Visitors also found
magnificent new hotels, with non non-iop
iop non-iop airplanes irom New York
ana Chicago, Tbey found, peon
bands serenading visitors at th
airport and gen Jemen cowboys
riding rown the Avenue of Tae
Keiorma on Sundays decked out
in silver saddles and Sombreros
three feef-wide.
And, beside, the frocked diplo diplomats
mats diplomats greeting the new Presideut
of Mexico, tney found gnarled
labor union members waiting,
sombreros in hand, also to greet
the man they had vo.ed into of
fice.
Ahd in the background,, rising
over Mexico they found Mount
Popocatepetl and the mountains
which have made Mexicans tough
and poor, brought callouses to
Mexican hands, and -etched deep
lines on Mexican faces. .'.
That is Mexico City pulsating;
fascinating, where the most mod
em factories operate alongside
the oldest civilization in the : new
world.
FRICTION AVOIDED
Seen ann hears among the grin
gos who attended the inaugura.ion
of President Adolf Lopez M.t
teos: Sen: Barry Goldwater of. A
rizona, Republican, was slated to
ride in 'the same car witn uov
Ernest ; McFairland vf Arizona,
Dvmocrat, whom he had just de
feated for the Senate. Mexican
protocol offiiers hadn't realized
how much mud uoidwaier. naa
thrown at McFarland in the Wt
terest battle of the U.S. election.
Someone tipped wm off in time,
so they shifted crs;..Texa iuests
entertained at the Mexico City
races, bet on a horse named ''Tide
lands." They lost, Remarked pSf
car cnapman, : jormer y aecreiary
of the Interior ho had oaftled
to prevent Texas from getting a
pre erred claim on tidelands oil
property: "They tost mat race
long igo.i'...Courtly Bill Baniel,
brother of the Governor or lexas,
wore his ten-gallon. Stetson-, : at
most as hit as a Mexican som
brero, to all official- functions ...
David Rockefeller, vice president
of. New -York's"; biggest bank
Chase Manhattan, compared notes
with Mary Roebling, only' woman
to head a major American bank,
the Trentott Trust Company. They
talked not. about banks, but about
the charms of Mexico.. .When Sen,
Wayne Morse of Oregon, the hard hardhitting
hitting hardhitting DembcraU visited the A A-merican
merican A-merican -E mbassy, Ambassador
Roy Hill, Republican, .. gathered
the entire staff together to hear
Morse give a talk- "Never have I
had so much attention from Re Republicans,"
publicans," Republicans," opined Morse.
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Mexico City has become one of
the great exile capitals of. the
world.' '' i S y
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Republicans, exiles from dictator
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Franco,1 plus exiles from
other'
Latin American dictators. This is-:
the only country where the Spa-.
nish Renublican Government :a
still recognized, Mexicans hale
dictators, will have- no truck wiih
Franco. Thafs why the head of
the Spanish Cabinet. Gordon Or-
dax, and other Spanish Republic
ans were : received officially by
President Lopez Mateos at his in
augural reception mnt alone- with
U.S. Secretary of State Dulles.
1 wo. famous exiles now live in
Mexican jails, and seem 1o enjoy
tneu hospitality, one is BUI Bonei Bonei-li,
li, Bonei-li, formerly of. the California.
Board of Equalization, now want
ea back in Los Angeles to fact
licenses.. Mexican jail are much
more comfortable thaaAmerican
jails 1 you. can afford to pay lor
your own keep and Bonell seems :
to be quite comfortable and in no
hurry to have the Mexican Gov
ernment decide whether it wia
(taiii eaiitauiuuu.
Another famous exile is .Jacques
Mornard,' the Brooklyn boy who
made love to Leon Trouky't sec
retary, got the keys to Trotsky'
office and brained him with as
. v .w;i. n.f.w.. .i..j' 1.:.
pa nunc 1 x'luul; : wuiftm t mi
desk. Mornard has served hit
time, but has chosen to stay in
jail. He finds jail 'far better than
the risk of assasuiatioa from Trot Trotsky's
sky's Trotsky's friends if released, Q" ner.
haps he fears Trotsky' enemies.
Dead men tell no tales.
Another exile is Gen. Pang-Tsu
mow, once resident of a Mexiran
jail when Chiang Kai-shek was
trying to extradite him. Mow
has now settled his differences
with Chiang and is living quietly
in Mexico City.
? Exiles have been an asset to
Mexico: The Spanish Republicans
have brought new architecture.
new art, 'new business initiative.
One of the wealthiest men in Mex Mexico
ico Mexico is Cesar Balsa, a Spanish Re Republican,
publican, Republican, who built the beautiful
new El President Hotel.
CONDIMN RABBITS
LONDON (UPI) Britain's
rabbit advisory council braved
the wrath of the nation's young
sters yesterday by condemning
au those Deaume stories about
Alice's-white rabbit," Br'er, Rabbit
and the Easter bunny as pure
humbug. The council launched a
campaign 10 try to prove raooits
really were not cuddly, powder-
pun.- creatures, out mean, thiev thieving,
ing, thieving, dirty villami which carried
fleas:-.. "'
The jjopulation of Canada is
j made up of many nationalities.
About half the people are of
British origin; about 30 per
, cent are of French origin and
the remainder includes people
from all parts of the wttrld,
particularly Europe. Because
they ; have a large French French-speaking
speaking French-speaking population- Quebec
and Montreal are more French
than English. In Quebec prov province,
ince, province, where 90 per cent of the
people are French-speaking,
c i v i 1 law is fundamentally
based on French law. v
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France Walks Out On Debate
On Algerian Question By UN

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GET AWARDS Stephen J. Dill (left), and Anthony J. fihatroskf irleht) last- week were

' tfteh presented with a-Certificate of Award by MaJ. Frank I. Chieffalo, chief 'of the Quartermas Quartermaster
ter Quartermaster specialized services division. Quartermaster Section, United states Army Caribbean, .The
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Junction con-Junction -with the Army's work simplification pro gram.' (UA Army Photo) .

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, UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. -(UPD
France walked out of the
General Assembly's Political Com Committee
mittee Committee yesterday as it began de debate
bate debate on the Algerian question witb
a demand for the United Nations
to offer a specific solution to the
problem. i
Tunisian Ambassador Mongi
Slim, making the first presentation
this year of the Algerian side of
the question, said the "vague re recommendations"
commendations" recommendations" made by the Ge General
neral General Assembly in previous years
were not enough to bring an end
to the four year war between
France and the Algerian nation nationalists,
alists, nationalists,
The French consider'' Algeria on
integral part of their country. On
this premise, they argue that the
Algerian dispute u' a domestic af

fair in which the United Nations

is psecifially forbidden by its

charter to interfere. ,c

The French delegation was ore-

sent as, the committee agreed,
out a formal vote, to a resolution
sponsored by the united States
and 11 other countries to conti continue
nue continue for another year the, U.S. in investigation
vestigation investigation of the human haxairds

of atomic radiation.! v v :

rThe 8i-nauon eomnutee reconu
mended to the Assembly that the
scientific commitee on ther effects
of atomie radiation, continue its
work with a budget, subject to ap

proval by the budgetary commit
tee. of $213,000 for 1959. : s

Committee Chairman Miguel Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Urquia, pressing the com

mittee to conclude its work in time

for the Assembly's target date

for adjournment next Friday, then
opened debate on the Algerian
question, the last item, on the a a-genda.
genda. a-genda. As he did' so, the' four -member
Algerian delegation which has
no voice m the committee debate
entered the room and took seats
in the special visitor's section
Slim opened the debate with an
appeal to France to cooperate 'in
the committee's efforts to find a
solution to the festering North A-!
frican situation. r-
H pointed out that although
France in the past had refused to
cast a vote in consideration of Al Algeria,
geria, Algeria, "it did not refrain from act acting
ing acting for or against various propos proposals."
als." proposals."
- ?It odiscreet cooperation in tte
drafting of various texts was a
valuable contribution," Slim said.
, ;'We are confronted with the
"same question now, aggravated by
the fact that the fifth year of the
war is going on. And we are going
to trv to find a solutbh of it

now without the cooperation of
the French deWatin that is, if

it persists in the attitude express expressed'
ed' expressed' in the General Assembly when
this Item was put en the agenda."

Natural

Gas Pipelines Win

Big Supreme Court .Victory

WASHINGTON Dee. B (UPl)--

ThA Snnrm Ctmrt handed natural

f as pipeline companies smash

ing legal victory yesteroay oy rul ruling
ing ruling they could obtain quick rate
increases even if their eustom
mrm MhWfiul in th hikci.

By a wte of 5 to 3, Hie court

upheld the legality of tne r eaerai
Vrmimr ("ftttimixuAn' "ahOTt-CUt"

method of allowing higher piipa-

hoe charges to go into eneci eneci-subject
subject eneci-subject to refunds to the custom custom-mrm
mrm custom-mrm it th mmmisaion later found

tii increases unwarranted.

Justice WUliam O. Douglas, wno
nuiir. fr Hisntpn. called the

decision a defeat for natural gas
consumers.

Jti 11 V AAV. w
Kuykendall said the financial sta stability
bility stability of the pipeline empany
wmiiri ha Imnarlofl and. In some

instances, destroyed if the ruling

had gone the otner way.
, The decision was expected to
have tremendous impact on the

gas inausury. ai rae ena oi uc uc-:kM
:kM uc-:kM .hr war IT jntlicationg

for iplpeline Aikes jiiendtag witt
the power commission, They tai

led for increase xotainng
000 a year.

three cases Involving the queMon

ot homw mucn government erm-

enee must ne mane evauaoie to
J.f.nrlonfi in criminal trial. Oral

arguments will be scheduled later
this year. A written opinion will
follow. ,

will clarify ttie court' eontrWer

sial 1957 Jencks ruling, in wnicn
It ehld the government must make
available to defendants in crimin criminal
al criminal trials the FBI reports of wit witnesses
nesses witnesses testifying against thenu
One of Hie cases involved HaN
ry "The Hat" Lev, the New York
with two other men of conspiring
to defraud the government in the
sale of Army and Navy caps. He
was the target of a Senate inves investigation
tigation investigation some year ago.

The natural gas case stemmed
from the action of the United Gat

Pipe Line Co. in filing e lQ-mil-

uon-dollar-a year rate increase

with; the commission Sept. 30, 1955.
Under its short-cut procedure;
the commission blocked the hike

for six months and then let k go
into effect on April 1, subject to
a refund it a full-scale commis commission
sion commission review found the increase to

be unwarranted.
Tht city i Metniphis, Teira.,
which buys gas. from the Texas
Gas Transmission Corp.. a United

customer, protested the boost in

tne courts.
Other united customers Involved
in the ease were Southern Natur Natural
al Natural Gas Co. snd Mississippi, Val Valley
ley Valley Gas Co. ..

ROMAN HORRORS

LONDON IUPI Hiib School

classics .teacher Robert Reeves

says interest in his LaOn classes"

has been heightened considerably

since he began turning out comics

written in the. language of the

Komans.

Typical stories are entitled

"The Bodies in the Fish Pond"

and "The Werewolf."

QPINS. TALKS ;
BlttAPEST (UPI) Ivan Blh
hincevjpne of .Russia's leading
atomic experts, began' talks
yesterday with Hungarian a a-atomic
atomic a-atomic scientists, 'Budapest news newspapers
papers newspapers reported. He also will lec lecture
ture lecture on atomic research prob prob-lembs.
lembs. prob-lembs. ,.vt .. ..... i

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Henrv Joyce has denounced mis

tletoe as "pagan." but he still

Slans to. hang up a twig in his
ome this Christmas.
"I enjoy, kissing pretty girls un under
der under it as much as anyone else
does," be explained.

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Answar to Previous Puzzle
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Comedienne
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ACSOSS
1 Comedienne,
.HolUdey
I She it at ;,
home on a ;
63 Arachnid
54 Table scrap
35 Regrets 1
36 Diminutive'
- of Stanley.
WSheepfoldT
Bij Staff tii
anama
fcy OSWALD JACOiY
Written fer Nl A fervka
f movie

THB PANAMA AMERICAN-. AN INPEPENDEST DAILT KIWSPAPV;

in, I

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INNi PARTY AT EMBASSY TONIGHT ;
ON0K8 SECRETARY AND MRS. MAtKAY
Crfited States Ambassador to Panama aud Mrs. Julian Fiske
arrineton will entertain at dinner this evening at the Embissy
sidedce in La Cresta in honor of First Secretary o! the Em,
issy ind Mrs. Duncan A. D. Mackay.
1 The Mackays,are soon to. leave Panama after three and e
alf years residence here.

made

of

preaehing Marriage
Announced Here
nnoiinctment has been

i the forthcoming marriage

sa Cherry Gwendolyn Face,
lighter of Mr. and Mrs. Ander-
(i r. pace of Jacksonville, Fla,,
Mr. "Jack Stephen Cathell, son
Mr. and Mrs. Ctaudrf Arm Arm-on
on Arm-on of Keyser, W. Va.

Ihe wedding win iaite piace n

ee o clock Sunday anernoon,
nuary 11, in the Woodstock Bap Bap-t
t Bap-t Church, Jacksonville, Fla.

llnbew Girls Plan

etine. Auction Thursday

The Cristobal Assembly of

the

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Medina prevented diaper rash in over
5.of hospital cases tested! No ordt-ary-powder,
it's medicated, antiseptic,
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CM-der of Rainbow for Giris will
hold a Chinese auction after the
regular business meeting tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening. All Rainbow Girls,
Eastern Stars and Master Masons
are invited to the Meeting, and
friends oi the Rainbow XJirls are
invi.ed to the auctfon at: p.m.
Punch will be served.

Return From
Extended Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin H. John Johnston
ston Johnston bl Curundu Heights have re returned
turned returned from a four-weeks vaca vacation
tion vacation in' Mexico City Veracruz and
Guadalajara. V
D.A.R. Chapter
To Hive Luncheon

The Panama Canal chapter of

the Daughters of the ; American
Revolution will have r- combina combination
tion combination Christmas-birthday luncheon
Saturday at noon in the Fern
Room of the TiVoll Guest House.
. Mrs. Herbert B. Wilkinson, a
member of the New Rochelle, N.
Y., Chapter, who ,s visiting her
daughter, Mrs. John Wv- Mutter,
will present a program on Ameri American
can American music.
Reservations should be made by
noon Friday with Mrs. M. B. Huff,
Balboa 1231, or Mrs. Maxine K.
Hitchcock, Curundu 2124.
Members are invited to bring
guests.

Carnival Dance Class

Tonight At USO-JWB

The weekly Carnival Uance

class, under the direction of Luis
Tovar, will be held this evening
at 7:30 at the Balboa USO-JWB

Armed Forces Service Center.
Instructions, will be given in

the tamborito, cumbia, punto and

other Panamanian dances.

Servicemen and their dependents,
residents of the Canal Zone and

Panama are inviteu to attend.

Malcolm D'lvelle
Exhibits' At JWB
An art exhibit by Malcolm Del
valle of Colon is currently on dis

play at the USO-JWB Armed

Forces Service Center in Balboa

The display is being presented
in cooperation with the Canal Zone

Art League.
The, exhibit will be shown from
9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily through
Saturday, December 20.
CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)

Little League

Albrook Chapel Guild
Has Candlelight Service
The Albrook Ladies' Chapil
Guild will have a Christmas candle
light service this evening at 7:30
at the base chapel.
'Member are invited .to attend
with thein husbands and guests.
Refreshments will be served af after
ter after the service.

Boys 4, Girls 4

The girls tied the boys four to

four among the babies .born at

Coco Solo Hospital during the
week ending at midnight Dec. 3,
according to the Hospital report.
During this same period, 76 pa

tients were admited and 66 were
discharged.

Parents of the girls are Mr. ana

THESPIANS Miss Terry Louis, center, of Cristobal, rehearses
a scene from lonesco's "The Bald Soprano" at the Beaver Col College
lege College Theatre Playshop, Jenklntown, Pa. At left, Director Judith
Elder coaches Miss LoUis and Miss Patricia ThompsonMiss Louis
is, daughter of Mr. and, Mrs, Charles M. Louis of Crlst6baL

Mrs. Victor Hlnes, (of Rainbow
City; Mr. and Mrs- Ruben Ro Robertson
bertson Robertson of Coco Solo; Sfc and Mrs.
Juan Guzman of Colon; and Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Vega of Colon.
Sons were born to Mr. and
Mrs. Miguel Quintero of Colon;

Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Barrios of

Rainbow City; Mr. and Mr. Lloyd

Lessev of Rainbow City and Set.

and Mrs. Pedro Morales of Fort

Gulick

what a rich
mellow

The Conquistador staff reports
that it desperately needs informal

oictures. Also, remember that

baby pictures of yourself and an

informal are needed. The pictures

can be turned into any member
of the yearbook staff.
In addition to pictures, the staff

reports that they need the infor

mation sheets which were put into
sudents mailboxes. Many of the
sheets have not even been re removed
moved removed does that mean that some
people don't eVen bother to check
when they have mail? If so,
you're missing a good thing, since
very interesting objects have been
known to appear an the CZJC
mailboxes.

back this year on the diamond.
Here's a hopeiul toast to a good
season!

Term papers are due before the
Christmas holiday in most cases
which fact no doubt accounts
for the large number of students
to be seen at the library any after afternoon
noon afternoon busily checking books in and
out. Furthermore, several sis
ents have been observed wearing
that baggy-eyed look whicl results
from "burning the midnight oil."
Now, just a general hint: Get
your Christmas shopping done
now.' Tomorrow may be ; too
late! (I realise this doesn't ap apply
ply apply only to CZJC students, but
any other readers are welcome
to takt this advice, also.) v

Baseball practice has begun.
All eligible boys (not only bachel bachelors),
ors), bachelors), are .urged to go out. Coach
Brown is trying hard to whip up
a winning team this year. Most
of the returning lettermen are

This week, I'm going to inaugur inaugurate
ate inaugurate a new feature called The
Shadow. This portion of the
column is practically guaranteed
not to appear every week, as
gathering information for it takes

time and attention.

The nprsnn "shadowed this

week is described in the following
sentences: You were ten minutes

late for English literature. .You

looked a little lost in economics, v

That gnostuite appearance was re

medied by a tube of lipstick..

In psychology, you yawned twice

. .You were late tor ,speecn.

In business law, you had a
dreamy look on your face that
wasn't connected with the statutes

. .Who are you?, Why, BrencU
Cunningham,, of course! ; '" ',

Familiar scenes around JC:
Brian Cox arriving late to Psy Psychology,
chology, Psychology, i '.Sad? faces (and some

happy ones!) after Mr, a Olark s

latest accounting test "kpider

Oakley limping. .Rumor has 3t

that the two'- Alexanders are. tryr
ing out tot the swimming team.

QUICK SWtTCH

DENHAMT," England (UPJ) : -When
Queen Mother Elizabeth

opened their new bungalow .nome
project, retired public house (bat)

owners served tea for the. occa

sion. As soon as she left, they
broke out a. stock of liquor and

beer.

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three' no trump, but the game is
duplicate and overlricks count.
Wes. wins the opening queen of
hearts with the ace am returns
the suit. You take youp king and
see that you have 11 top tricks

and lots of plays for the 12th.

If you coula only see the East

and West hands you would guar

antee to make 12 tricks against
any distribution, but East and

West aren't showing their cards.

What is the best play? A con

census of experts suggests taking

two spades and the ace and king
of diamonds and then running
the clubs. South discards a heart
on the fourth club and the jack
of diamonds on the last.

Now look at the East and West

cards and you will see that the

concensus play would have work

ed. West, would have to unguard

his jack of spades to keep the

high heart and that would be all.

When the hand was actually

played one of the best players in

the country held himself to four-

odd. He was a little tired and

started by takine three spades to

see if the jack would drop. Then
he started after the clubs and
West's first discard was the eight

o diamonds. On the last club
South let his ten ofi spades go
and West threw the jack.
The diamonds were ;hoth good
hip South did not. taibw' it. y H
tried the diamond finesses and.
West made the last two tricks.

'i ij The bidding has been'
North 'Eaet;- Seuth Weet
l'.4-' ( Pass.-.; ". 1 Pass
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.you. Sowthr hold:
-TyyWhat o-'yu'. do
A Bid, three mo-trump. Then
is im point in shilly-shaltyint
here. 1 v
TODAT'S QUESTION
North continues with a bid ol
four spades. What do you do?
"i i Answer. Teiaorrow

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Lobber Missile

Fires Successfully
On Calif. Desert

SAN DIEGO, Calif., Dec. 10
(UPI) The first successful

firing of the Lohber. a new su

personlc ballistic cargo missile,

was announced late lasi nigni oy
J. V. Nalsh. president of Convair
division of General Dynamics
Corp.
The new missile, which could
revolutionize the transportation
Industry and add a vital new
element to America's fighting
machine, carried a 50-pound
payload intact over a six-mile
desert range at camp Irwin,

Calif., about 100 miles nortneasi
of here:

Nalsh said Convair already

was studying plans -of larger.,

Lobber type, missiles wmcn
would be capable of transport transporting
ing transporting men as well as large stores
of fuel and munitions. (

Nalsh said the Lobber was a

nine-foot solid propellant missile
which soared through the air at

speeds up to 1.500 miles an hour
and was capable of readily sup-,

plying troops with ammunition,
food, medical and other emer

gency supplies.
Thes highly mobile cargo mis.

sile and its portable launcher

can be carried by a team of as
few as three men and operated
In the field to supply surround surrounded
ed surrounded troops or advance units. Nalsh

said.

Another possible use of the
Lobber would be the replacement
of .conventional aircraft to de deliver
liver deliver food am other supplies to
isolated Berlin residents In the
advent of another Berlin block blockade,
ade, blockade, it was understood. r
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Scientific Studies
LONDON, Dec, lO (UPIV4 Rus Russia
sia Russia plans 'to use submarines to
gain "valuable scientific data'"' hi
various parts of the world, Mos Moscow
cow Moscow Radio said yesterday.

A home service broadcast
heard .here said the submarines
would supplement, sorfsce craft
'which have been operating as
cart of tne Soviet contribution In

the international Geophysyslcal

Year which officially ends Dec.
81.-, 1 -!',, ,.,;,.'

The ; broadcast :" did not say

where the undvrsea exporauons
would -lake, place. .,;

Col. Manuel de Jesus Cordova,

chief of the Army General Staff

of El Salvador, is in the Canal

Zone this week for an official vi visit
sit visit to the U. SrArmy Caribbean.

In Cordava s party are mat.

Jose Arturo Ayala and Capt. Jorge
them, is Lt. Col. Daniel Salinas,

of the U.S. Army Mission to El
Salvador. They arrived Sunday at
Tocumen Airport, where they were

met by Brig. Gen. Milton m. Ug-

den, USARCAR1B deputy com

manding general.

The agenda includes a tour cf

the U.S. Army Technical Services

and .briefings at USARCARIB head

quarters and the Inter American

Geodetic Survey. v..

Another day will be spent on

the Atlantic side, where the visitors
are to be guests. of the U;S. Ar

my Caribbean School, Fort Fulick,

and the Jungle Warfare Training

Center at Fort Shtrman. The 1st

Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort

Kobbe, and D Battery, 4th Gua

Battalion, 517th Artillery, Flamen

co Island, also will be host to the

El Salvador officers for tours and
briefings.

The party will be excorted on a

trip to Miraflores Locks by a re

presentative of the Panama Canal

(JO. Marine Divisio before they de

part on Friday. '

Social activities planned include

a luncheon at the Fort Amador Of

ficers' Club and a

Elbert Wald Post,W
American legion
Elbert S. Waid Post Two of the
American Legion will meet in
regular session this evening at
7:30 in the Legion Hall, opposite
the clubhouse in Olu Cristobal.
: AD. interested veterans of World World-Wars
Wars World-Wars I and II and the Korean con conflict
flict conflict are invited to attend the
meeting and become associated
with the post.
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otfier ehemicaW mike atflld ;
fuel unit, Tony said, "But one
of us banged the tube- and the
whole lot of it went up."
The whol lot deluded the
wooden shed where tthe boys were
working. All suffered: minor in injuries.
juries. injuries. i'.;r'- .-."'V'-.

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BirttMUf CreTsa Party ; A -? ;V;

On tba occasion .of hw 'tweUth
birthdty. 'Sheryl ln Swaneyand
her-'l'uesla Uised from th Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Yacht Club to Fort Sher
man., Entertainment included dig dig-ging
ging dig-ging for- '"buried : treasures" ;top ;top-peoV
peoV ;top-peoV off tfcr ,weiner roajt.v ,
Th -'group i' included Barbara
Cain, Ititb Saxton, Diedre Dick Dick-ion,
ion, Dick-ion, Judy. Heaning, ;Chlo'i Wilcox,
t.nt Kwanev and. Sheryl Lyn
SwanejiC B of Fort Davis; 1 and
tiaine rxjce ffon-.oDoe.
teroneweri Capt.' -and Mri.' A.
L Swaney andSgt; and; Mrs.
Hartld..raigr;!K.i'fiif4?i,j.
Ntwcmr' Club1 Mtis
Whh Uh. feainfialmat- .-, VW
f The ,Jome Mrs. W. Reinhelm Reinhelm-r
r Reinhelm-r at Coco Solo was the scene of
the December board meeting of
the 'AilaatierSidr Newcomers Club.
-k Plan wereymade iar the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas prtjgcim Ho lie given at the
December xtub meeting December
17 at the fcoa' of Mra. E, & Da
iels, ?38ACpco Solo. The singing
of Christmas Carols, and gift ex:
change, will. highUght the meeting,
t Attending the .aboard meeting
were Mri.ihaTles Williams, Mrs.
E. I; BerWtfJtrs, w- H. Vantine,
Mrs. 4 Roane Mrs. W. Von Ff se se-mm
mm se-mm -mJ- Bor: tindquist i Mrs.
- Van. fitamm- Aid:4' Beiii-
heimrilf, i &
; Eleceono officer Withe; Jnj
aryJUaft;pWioa was eimaucieu
during s meeting of the Jort Clay Clay-ten
ten Clay-ten NCO Waves' Club.. -,
.Tl--''BeV.:4iBcei'ilnclodi:wMw.;
Erii:Ffflas, pr611. i?t i?t-Swanson.
Swanson. i?t-Swanson. vice ,2; presideatg ,. Mrs,
GractTruscotts secretary; yirR
Betty'Hollingsworth,-treasurer
Six ewi members were; :;mtro :;mtro-ducedtby
ducedtby :;mtro-ducedtby -the out-eoine vice-presi
dent,; MJfijpginis Whaler. The
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group includes Mrs. Dorothy Flynt,

Mrs., Ann Goodine, sirs. Mary
Lou Meins, Mrs.- Rita Monaco,
Mrs. Nancy Niclcings, Mrs. Ma
rianne Tbornal and Mrs. Barba
ra Wbitbeck. vCv- -.
llrs. Pat; Jadickf extended con
gratulations to' the club members
who worked on the recent bake
sale,"rfunds; from which : were giv-.
en to the -post's xoutn council.
Plans -for the annual Christmas
buffet supper and dance were an announced.
nounced. announced. The affair will be held
oa December 17 and will be for
members', and husbands only.
Gnb-bag gilts should be brought
to the. party. : reservations should
be made by tomorrow with Mrs.
Eva Manice; 874 ,5116, .; br Mrs.
Grace Truscott, 87-4288. -u-f- i
h Hostesses: who served refresh
ments at the close of the busi
ness- meeting were Mrs. Eva Big-
ham?iS;-iMr, Beryl Bronjteiner,
Mrs. Elsa .. Boggs and Mrs. Maria
BOrst.-'V -r- '!'.J;'f;:4:''!:4 '::'?.:
-The, dub- held its monthly cof;
fee meeting tthis morning.
fjvj-, .t.:,V-- '"i'-'r'-.l
Cristobal Chorus Sings ;ii
At Weman's Club Meeting
--The Cristobal High School Chor-
;us, under the direction of.0. E.
tertained ft with i-'iw program ,:i of
Christmas music at the meeting
of the Cristobal Woman's Club in
the Red Cross BuUding; i : .;.
Members, and guests were wel welcomed
comed welcomed by the president, Mrs.
Mrs, Michael F.. .Greene, who al also
so also introduced a group of women
recently elected to club member-
ship, including Mr William -Bad.
aer,Mrs. Frank Ginthner, Mrs.
Panther iHirschneld Mrs. B 1
Everson, Mrs.,- Enrico Burlando
and MrSfiVan; Crichfeld: ;:
j, Mrs,.. Green. announce Hint the
grocer bags to be filled by mem-
bers as part of the Christmas pro project
ject project ; could be i returned to the
Red rvross 'rooms before noon
Monday; December: 22, or to Mns.
William JGrady or Mrs. M. P.
Green in Margarltai Mrs. Burt
Allen,' Cob Solo; Mrs. Arthur
Wilder, France .Field; Mrs. James
Agee; Gaton.
Colon -members are reminded
to deliver th packages to the Inter-American
Women's Club on
thej morning iOf December 22."
: Guest speaker at the meeting
was Mrs. Anona Kirkland, who
discussed newspaper work, v Tea
was served at the close of the
meeting by Mrs. Andrew Metrgar
and her coirimittee.
SANTAS ON INCRIASK W
ANTArcUUsfe';GA. (Vfiy (Vfiy-There
There (Vfiy-There -are more Sata Clauses
than ever this year. ;
IThe population of this smallest;
incorporated- community in Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, has jumped from two to f(ur
bersdnsw: ; :. -.tivnt:,h A
Cool
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four
representatives and three retired I
Canal-employea are among 1he
passengers are booked to sail
from New york for Cristobal to today
day today aboird the Manama Liner
Cristobal, according to the ad advance
vance advance passenger liat.iV..'---All
of the legislators are accom
panied ;by their wives.- They ,are
aen. JMoms xonon ft-H.H.).Kep,
Walt t Horau, t (R-Wash.)r Rep.
George Meder "(R.Mich)v iRep.
Wint Smith, (R-Kans ); and, Rep,
taw wuson, tR-lncL),Hi'i
iomprrov;s topics
For.AF Vrilers:
for Slide Shows and Amateur Mo Movies'?
vies'? Movies'? will be the theme s of the
Armed Forces- Writers' League
meetinff. to ba hlri tnmnrrnw t
7:30 p.m. in the library ; of;the
ustWWB,' Balboa. f x-;.;;a
Color ilides nf infantrv.tanV Tn
neuvers at Rio Hato ; and of am
Dhibioui and nra.chtitjt ifaiiHins
during' exercises? Barracuda tand
:rib -Ex will be ahow and analyx-
ea. ,-v i- ff'itKK:.. ,&
Recent color' nhntncranlM.'miiHA
by : E.' K, Derr in -Em&tfb snd
Loiomtwa auo will be shown, and
a professional ?16-mi!llimeter Him
on Central America,: including Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, is to conclude the session.
Members of the 1st Battle Group
20th Infantry and thAirvsnMfa
pecially ar4'invited.':- ip?-i::,
A decision will be reached bn
the advisability of holding f alter alternate
nate alternate League meeUngs t Fort Kob Kob-be,
be, Kob-be, for the benefit of battle group
Dersonnel Who ar intrtrl in
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1,000 Visitors Honor Prize Winners

Of flower bhow Frizes At bamoa t

Mm, John D. McElheny, wife of
the Lt Governor oi the Canal
Zone, opened the annual Fall Flow Flower
er Flower Show Monday night at the Bal Bal-bot
bot Bal-bot .YMCA-USO when she cut the
ribbon admitting the public to one
of the colorful events of the holi holiday
day holiday season.
Almost a,ooo persons attended.
, This marked the completion of
the eight weeks flower arrange arrangement
ment arrangement course taught by Mrs. Pat
Morgan.
Ibe class met at 1:30 p.m. with
Judge Guthrie Crowe, master of
ceremonies; and the Judges of the
show. Mrs. Morgan announced the
winners in each category and
Judge Crowe presented prizes.
Winners in Class I Cut Flowers
ere first, Grace Gaynor; second,
Helen Mercootoff; third Laura
Crawford; honorable mention, Jo Josephine
sephine Josephine Li Maura and Castalia
, Baker.
Winners in Class II, fruits and
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ford; second, CalerJa Wells;
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CANBERRA, Australia (UPD (UPD-Prime
Prime (UPD-Prime Minister John Difenbaker
of Canada arrived yesterday ior
talks with Prime Minister Robert
G.-Menzles and other Australian
government officials. He is on a
tour of the Commonwealth.
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Dealers fined; Fcr,;
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WASHINGTON (tJPI) Four

teen Washington area Chevrolet
dealers and their association
were fined $32,000 yesterday aft after
er after pleading guilty to a price-fix.
In eorumiracr.' :
Federal Judge Joseph R. Jack.
aoh levied fines of $2,000 eacn a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst 13 of the dealers and $1, $1,-000
000 $1,-000 against the other who was
new in tne ousiness. He oraerea
a 15.000 fine for the Greater
Washington Chevrolet Dealers
Assn. cooperative.
The dealers admitted agreeing
among themselves to set uni uniform
form uniform retail uriees On hew ears
and accessories and to fix unl
form hourly labor rates for re repair
pair repair work on cars.
They were brought to trial as
part of an anti-trust drive by
the Justice Department Involv Involving
ing Involving auto dealers hers and in De Detroit.
troit. Detroit. Cleveland, New York and
San Francisco. t
Cases still are pending here a
eainst the Ford Motor Comnany,
17 local Ford dealers and 11 lo
ral oldsmoblle-Cadlllae dealers,
They were Indicted last July.
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"WASHINGTON William
ti. Pickering, director of the Ar
my's jet oroouisioa liborstorv.
Passdens: Calif., on Pioneer Ill's
anemptea lunar prone:
''While the results of fee
launching of Pioneer in were dls dls-aapointinr
aapointinr dls-aapointinr to the ensineerlne sd.
cialista in that the probe did not
reach the moon, the Scientific
benefits to be obtained more than
compensates for this disappoint
ment"
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BERLIN Willy Brandt, anti
Communist msyor of West Bar
11a. on his reelection:
"We stand by our pre-election
promise that we would not misuse
our power. The city needs the co cooperation
operation cooperation of all peace-loving forc forces
es forces who will work to build up the
city. 1 ,
WASHINGTON The Democra
tic Advisory Council, in cslling
for enactment of federal legisla
tion designed to opea schools
closed In the South by conflicts
over racial desecreaaUon:
"There is an obligation to meet
the challenge of closed schools
and potentially uneducated ehlL
dren as a result of the definsce
of the law of tfie land by a few
state and local officials."
WASHINGTON Defense Me
bilizer Leo A. HeeSh. in ceremo
nies commemorating tne 17th an-
niverssry or rean Harbor usy:
Th greatest tribute we csn
Say those .who have fallen in the
efense of our ountry 1 and In
particular to those 5 who fell on
this day in 1S41 is the solemn
pledge that never again will we
be caught unprepsred by a sur
prise attaca. v.:iw
Sam Rayburn Sels
Moderate Course
For New Congress 1
WASHINGTON.! Dee. t (UPD-
Spesker Ss m Raybura politely
thanked the Democrstie Advisory
Council for its advice yesterdsy
but served ; notice the new 86th
Congress will set its own legisla
tive course.
Rsybum hinted strongly thit its
final choice will be a moderate
course, considerably less costly
than the liberal program urged on
Congress Sunday by the advisory
group..
ThetCouBcIl. made up mostly of
top non congressional Democra
tic leaders such as former r resi resident
dent resident Truman and Adiai E. Ste Stevenson,
venson, Stevenson, outlined its proposals in
its own "state of the union met met-ssge."
ssge." met-ssge." Republicans assailed the coun council's
cil's council's legislative proposals as radi
cal, socialistic, and likely to boost
government spending by 20 billion
dolhrs a year.
Liberal Democrats In the House
S raised the council's proposal!,
ut they conceded much of the
program will face rougti coins in
Congress, .despite the Democratic
landslide en Nov. 4.
The advisory council called for
vigorous civil rights action, step'
ped-up spending on heslth and wel
fsre program and overturn of stste
right-to-work laws.
it also proposed sharp increases
in social security benefits, a high high-er
er high-er minimum wage, federal aid for
depressed areas and an expanded
program of land reclamation. The
council put no price tag on its;
overall plans.
Raybura s comments, made In
telephone interview from Bos-
ham, Tex., left no doubt that he
still is coo to the council despite
his friendly and close relations wit"
some of the top party leaders in involved.
volved. involved. Chicago School Fire
Claims 92nd Victim
CHICAGO (UPI) A 9-yesr-old
bev vesterdav became the Izttd
victim Of Chicago's parochial
school fire.
Kurt Shutt, who was burned
over 80 oer cent of his body.
died in Edgewater Hospital. The
city's oifly artificial kldney was
employed in a vain attempt to
ssve his life.
Eighty-seven children and three
nuns died in the holocaust last
Monday at ur Lady of the An
eels Roman Catholic scnooi. a
31st victim, Victor Jacobellis, 9,
died Friday of injuries.
There were l oersons still in
hospitals from injuries suffered in
the fire. Of those, 11 were in cri
tiral condition.
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search of a clue to the cause of
the fire. A discarded cigarette
rniilrt have set fire to trsh be
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thorities authorities believed.
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Anderson Blanks Brewers
! In Brilliant Relief Job;
Scantlebury Also Shines
I By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
The champion Carta' Vie ja Yankees, just a half
fame from the lead today, counted heavily on a win
over the Kings tonight which would move them into
a first-place tie with the Marlboro Smokers.
Last night a gritty righthander named John A A-derson
derson A-derson got an SOS for relief in the first inning and
. he rushed to the rescue to hurl the Yankees to a 2-0
shutout over staggering Cerveza Balboa.

The Yankee victory was the
, first whitewashing job of the
season and the Beermen, early early-aeason
aeason early-aeason picks to cop the flag, suf suffered
fered suffered their fifth straight set setback.
back. setback. Not even a midday workout,
- called by manager Leon SH SH-man
man SH-man yesterday, awakened the
sleeping Cerveaa Balboa hit hitters.
ters. hitters. Tonight righthander Bob
7 Frederick, (0-0), used only in
fireman roles previously, will op.;
pose the Kings' Bud Black, a
righthander with a 1-0 record.
T Black picked up his victory at
the expense of the Yankees
whom he beat 4-2 Nov. 26.
Anderson, a nifty Norwegian
from St. Vaul, Minn., had just
' about settled down for an easy
night in the dugout but fate had
planned it differently.
Lefthander Bill Prout, In quest
of his second victory, retired
Cerveza Balboa's leadoff hitter
Barry Shetrone on a roller to
first and then gave up a double
i to Dave Roberts.
;!. Then it happened.
Hector Lopez smashed a wick wicked
ed wicked line drive back to the mound
that hit Prout on his left fore fore-irm
irm fore-irm Thi vounsr hurler. his arm
apparently cramped by the blow,
spun around uncertainly as he
tried to field the ball, but Lopez
was on with a single as Roberts
moved to third.
Teammates gathered around
the pitcher and as manager Billy
Bhantz beckoned to the bench
i for Anderson. Prout, nursing the
injured wing, walked off the
' field.
Results of X-rays taken today
at the 8an Fernando Clinic
showed that Prout had suffered
no fract re. Dr. Timoteo Sues Sues-cum
cum Sues-cum put the arm in a sling and
recommended diathermic treat treatments.
ments. treatments. Anderson, entering the game
completely cold, warmed up
for several minutes then retir retired
ed retired Clyde Parris, the loop's
leading hitter on a swinging
strike and forced Fepe Osorio
to pop ud weakly to second for
the third out.
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After that Anderson spread
three hits all singles over
the remaining eight frames as
he struck out a total of four and
gave up no .free passes,,
He had runners on base.ln the
second, third, fourth and sixth
frames but only one, Nat Pee Pee-ples,
ples, Pee-ples, reached as far as third. The
CB outfielder was safe on Tony
Bartirome's error in the, second,'
stole second and advanced to
third on Shantz' error when the
catcher vainly tried to throw
out the fleet flyhawk.
peeples was left stranded as he
danced off third when Clarence
Moore fanned and losing pitcher
Pat Scantlebury lined to third to
end the frame.
Doubleplays in the third and
fourth innings helped make
matters easier for the 28-year-old
Anderson.
Scantlebury, who went the
distance in dropping his second
decision against no wins, al-,
though not l.he equal of Ander Anderson
son Anderson was sham last night. He

gave up six hits, struck out three
and walked four, but the impo-i
tent bats of his mates failed, to
provide him with, a single run.
The first Yankee run, which
came In the sixth was unearned.
Whltey Schmidt walked to lead
off, advanced to second on Dave
Jacobs' single and scored on
Clarence Moore's throwing error.
The Yankee victory was un untainted
tainted untainted however, after Spider
Wilhelm doubled home Bill
Kern, who had singled in the
ninth.
In the bottom of the ninth An.
derson struck out David Roberts,
forced Lopez to bounce out to
short and obliged Parris to fly
out to center to end the game.
HOWELL JOIN BISONS
BUFFALO (UPI) -r Ron Howell,
who scored two touchdowns for
Hamilton in Canada's Grey Cup
football game, has joined the Buf
falo Bisons of the American Hock Hockey
ey Hockey League. Howell, a forward, is
the younger brother of New York York-Ranger
Ranger York-Ranger .defenseman Harry How Howell.
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Carta Vleja
Bartlrome. lb
Schmidt, r't .
Jacobs, 2b
Allie. as .
parsons, If .
Kern, cf
Wilhelm, 3b
Ab R
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H Fo A
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Prout,1
Anderson, p
Totals
32 2 6 27 13
Cerveia Balboa
Shetrone, cf
Robertslb .
4:
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Lopez, 2b .
parris, Jb
Osorio, P., jt
oonoer, c , -Peeples,
If .
Moore, ss .
Scantlebury, p
Totals
30 0 5 27 10
Score By Innings
Carta Vleja 000 001 0012 6
Cer. Balboa 000 000 0000 5
SUMMARY Errors: Moone,
P. Osorio, Bartlrome, Allie.
Shantz. Runs batted in: Wil Wilhelm.
helm. Wilhelm. Earned runs: Carta Vleja
1 Two base hits: Roberts, An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. Wilhelm. Doubleplays:
Allie. Jacobs. Bartlrome: Allie,
Bartlrome. Stolen base: Peeples.
Sacrifice hits: Roberts. Struck
put bv: Anderson 5. Scantlebu Scantlebury
ry Scantlebury 3. Base on balls off : Scantle Scantlebury
bury Scantlebury 4. Left on base Carta Vle Vleja
ja Vleja 7 v Cerveza Balboa 4. Pitchers
record; Prout 0. runs, 2 hits In
13 Inning. Winning pitcher:
Anderson 1 1-1. Losing pitcher:
scantlebury 0-2. Umpires: Ma Math
th Math eny, Thornton, Hinds. Attend Attendance:
ance: Attendance: 2,849. Time of game: 2:09.
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PARAlSO THEATRE ofo DECEMBER 23rd

KOBBE KICLlNO- KAFIRS
Far- Fan Mixed League
Teams
Pin Pali
Peppers
Stingers
Hi-Ho'i
Cherry Pickers
Jon-I-Cols

Wan Lett
18 10
17V4 10V4
17V4 10
IS 12
13 15
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Jesters
Wing Dings
Jon-I-Celt 1 Fin Fall 1
The Jon-I-cols tightened up the
league when they: tramped the
Pin Pals for three out of four
points, and one more spare or
strike in the second episode and
the J--C's would have had a clean
slate because they dropped that
one by seven pins. Every one, was
hot on both quartets, witn moreen
Jones reaching stardom with, a
606 handicap set, beating her es es-pos
pos es-pos by 75.
Wayne Colline collected 579 and
his better half Marge ,519 all
handicap. These Jon-I-Col had
rough competition from, the Pin
Pals, especially from Rick Kelly
525 scratch and 573 handicap.
Bobbee Kelly keeled over 501, Bob
Brakke 538 and Norm Ski 508 all
handicap.
Peppers 3 Wirt Ding 1
Peppers crept up within half a
point of the top perch of league
standing, when, they spanked the
last place Wing Dings for three
points, Five, pin advantage for
the Wing Dings in the finale Prev Prevented
ented Prevented the Peppers from taking ov over
er over first place. 4
A sideline to this match, was
Vera Davenport of the Wing Dings
versus Dave Davenport for the
Peppers. Dave gained the upper
hand 545 against Vera's 522. Om Omar
ar Omar Peooers that were strong were
Fran and Maria Canady,' with 517
. . mL; ,C J nri.K
ana ko namucap. me ouret "s
Dine that joined the erne was
Charlie Jackson with 518 handi
cap.
Stiners 4 Jesters
The Stingers met their quota
ATLANTIC PARINTS NIOHT
The Atlantic little League will
hold its annual "Little League
Parents Night" meeting tonight
at 7:30 p.m. at the Margarita Serv
ice Center.
Th main our Dos Of the meet
ins i to exDlain the workings of
the league, its aims, accomplish
ments and its proDiems. iTyouis,
nlaver auction, financial set-up,
umpiring od scoring systems
and a history of the league will
be among ':e topics discussed.
The officer for the 1959 season
will be On hand to answer any and
all questions? on Little League
baseball. These include Joseph L.
Hickey, president Henry J. Shirk
vice president; Bennett G. Tip Tipton,
ton, Tipton, secretary-treasurer; George
Tully, supervisor of umpiring; and
Sherman Brooks, chief scorer.
Also present will be the manag managers
ers managers and coaches, of all teams in
the league. These ar the men
who work directly with .the boys,
and the league officials feel that
it is important that the parents
meet and know tyem. For this
reason. Parents of current Little
Leaguers are-Urged to attend, but
the invitation is also open to par parents
ents parents of past and future Little
Leaguers as well as the general
public.

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100 per cent la their' united drive
fpr lirst place.- They like the Pep Peppers
pers Peppers are now only half point-a -way.
The., only scar the Stingers
had was in the g ood-mght game

when the Lesters .fell Short by 15
maples. - -"
. Betty McGuire. highlighted : 1 the
Stingers : string of wins with 54M
and her girl friend;-iea Ballard
blasted, 524, both handicap. To pre
serve we presuge m tne maie. sex,
Don McGuire contributed 508. The
sad Jesters'1 Beverly.; Jackson just
made it with m handicap. ;
': ' Hi He 3 tterry fickei 1 Vi':
' The Hi Ho'i got into, the scram
ble for th, bunting of the circuit,
two points off vthe :pace. The- Hi
ho i answered the starting Dfeu
with a 11 pin win. Undaunted, the
Cherry Pickers did some picking
themselves in picking up an ex extra
tra extra strike and winning by tetl.
This success proved fatal beeause
.1 Y,.-l '.11 i. J
ine ui Ho t neipea themselves by
148 tenpins. .' p W
The. entire roster the HiHo'fc
starred with banner handican acta.
Muriel Wilson 513, and fier guy
WiUie 563. Jack Staiger 538 and
Fred Bawlaxxa 5A5. Gail St. Mioh.
kel and George Beaver joined
forces te assist- the Pickers with
503 and Slfr bMlicap:
ARNAV MIX tD LOOF
Tams : Wen
Lett
13Vi
15
16
im
19
20
20
Safety Pins 2?tt
Sleepers .'. 'r--t-V
Kool Krew 20
El Bandittps im
Kebels 17
Woodpeckers 1: 18
Mix' Masters 18;
? -. .13
23
Safety Fins 3 II landirtos
The Safety Pins found the value
of that "kitty" named handicap.
Getting-16 sticks per same, the
Safety Pins called on this extra
weapon to beat off the El Bandit -tos
in the opening tussle, in the
TP, and enabled them to get a
tie in the. middle game. Onlv in
the final session the Safety Pins
did it without the "kitty."
Both teams had 500 scratch sets.
Tom Smith 506 for the Safeties
and Jack Carter's 504 for the Ban Bandits.
dits. Bandits. Jack's Pat plucked 519 han handicap...
dicap... handicap... The only Other 500 handi-
caper was Mississippi Johnnie E-
ly with 507.
T 3 Sleper 1
The ? rocked the Sleeoers to
slumber in the first act by beat beating
ing beating them by 253 pins. But the
Sleepers awakened but sot enough
because the, won by 4 ticks.
With a white wash job staring
them, the Sleepers aroused enough
This; was a costly bight, for the
Sleepers, because they dropped
out of first place.
. Bob and v Lou Mathias held up
their end wih 505 and '509 and
Ralph Tunstill joined them with
515, X all handicaps. Bob Hunter, j
Lee Strode and Harry Gropr'r
presented a unified command or
the. Marks with 546, 525 and 530,
handicap, 1
Mix MatUrt 3 Keel, Krew 1
Spotting the Kool Krew 42 pins
per game, the Mix Masters did
not find it a burden except in one
session, as a result the verdict
read; Muc Masters 3 ool Krew
1. The battle resolved in a pinfall
fracas between the Williamsons
of the Masters, and Thomases of
the Kool Krew. Williamson's Anne
552, Wiley 523 versus Tom Thorn Thorn-as
as Thorn-as 546 -and Dee 502. all handicap.
Rebels 3 WeodPeckert 1
Eight was the magic number in
two of three episodes.' The Reb Rebels
els Rebels tabbed the lid lifter by this
number,, and the Wood Peckers
finished the night with a winvby
the same digit. This left the key
stone gme as toe determining
factor and me Rebels racked up
the win by 27 which was good for
two credits.
Onlv one Woodpecker was on.
with Fred Epley having a 502
scratch and 553 handicap. The
Rebels who had banner sets, Ann
Burton 561 handicap and Gene
Grmker 512 scratch and 566 han handicap.
dicap. handicap. Rebel Cliff Barker had I
208 singleton, but a weak opening
game prevented him from mi soo.
Semce Center Theatres
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Barry Sullivan
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Junior Baseball

Final Trybuts
This Saturday
' Final tryouts for 'American Le Legion
gion Legion junior baseball on the Paci Paci-.in
.in Paci-.in aide will be held at the Balboa
Stadium this coming, Saturday be-
Einnine ai t.uu a.m.
All eligible boys are requested
to report to Mpi de la Pena Piay
er agent, for1 registration and.ai and.ai-sienment
sienment and.ai-sienment of identification numbers
Candidates' need only bring heir
glove as all other equipment will
h furnished bv the league." '
: To be eligible for junior Vase Vase-ball
ball Vase-ball players must be in. regular at at-endance
endance at-endance at the Balboa H i g h
School and must have been born
Sept. 1, 1941 or thereafter.
Students trvinfi out for the Bal
boa High varsity squad may also
tryout for the Legion leaguavHow leaguavHow-even
even leaguavHow-even any player who is aisigned
a regular position on the varsity
sqsad wiu not be aupwea w con
Hnna nn tn iinon rosier.
- Players frdin last year's Legion
league who meet tne age require
ments are automatically assign
ed to the same team on -. wnicn
they played during the 1958 sea-'
son. These players should contact
either Moi de la Pena;: player a
fent (telephone 2-3170) or George
lack, Junior baseball chairman
(telephone 21524) far. instructions
on reporting for practice and any
uniform replacement they require.
Following this Saturday's try-outs-
Moi devla Pena will meet
Witi his committee to asign new
playars to team'. K sufficient
number of boys report for this
Saturday's tryouts Legion officials
will increase the number of Juninr
Baseball teams on the Pacific
Side to four.
Bulldogs Begin
Baseball Practice
After six days of practice, the
hopeful candidates for positions
on the PUS baseball squad have
been chosen for a red aLd .white
series. The wo out of three inter inter-squad
squad inter-squad 'series was set for Dec. S,
Monday od tonight, at 7:00. If a
third game is necessary,' it will
be played at 3:45 on Friday, Dec.
12. "t-
Both captains, Morris1 andFrench
feel they have the 'material to
win the series., but both 4gree it
will urobably take all t h re e
games to get the job done.
All games i he red and white
series will be played f t the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium without an admis admission
sion admission charge.
' Team asters:
Red Team
Morris, J. (Captain)
Kline, j.
Barley, Asa
Schwarzrock, C.
Kirkland, L. -Ness,
D.
Durfee, T.
Ammirati, F.
Rathgeber, B. t
Scott, D.
Spradlin, L.
Bateman, J.
(Batcheldor, B.
Hitchcock, B
Blevins, R.
Ortiz, J
Wilkinson, B.
Lastinger, J.
Rodriguez, S.
White Team
French, ,C. (Captain)
Schoch, M.
Klipper, M.
French, W.
Garcia, J.
Baggott, F.
Snodgrass, J.
Ness, G.
Cage, P.
Pearl, K.
Pajak. D.
Engelke, W.
Wallace, R.
Roe F.
Egan, D.
Thompson, L.
Fulop, D.
DoliJi, E.
Sullivan, J.
Berger, P.' v
Electrical Brain
iSays LSI) No. 1 Team,
Deiderich Top Player
NEW YORK (UPI)'- The Unl
vac electrical brain produced. Its
final 1958 college football ratings
today and tabbed Louisiana state
the nation's too team and guard
George Deiderich of Vanderbilt
the outstanding player.
iUnivac. which is "fed" reports
from 1145 football coaches scatter
ed around the-, nation; figured
LSU ad the top team. Iowa sec
ond,, Army third, Wisconsin fourth
ana viuanuiu iuiii. inucm.n
ceived the highest individual ra
fit Dawklns. Army AH-Amer.
tea. was rated the top back with
Billy Cannon of ISU the runner runner-up.
up. runner-up. ' 'Z
Jack Burkett of Auburn, Max
Fugler of LSU and .Max Baughn
of Georgia Tech were 1-2-2 at
centef: Hogan Wharton of Hous
ton, Ted Bates of Oregon State
and Brock. Storm of the Air Force
Academy 1-2-2 at tackle; J oh n
Woten of Colorado and John Gu-
zik of Pittsburgh, I S, behind Del-1
yciivu m uaiui
Billy Stacy of Mississippi Stale
was rated the nation's third best
quarterback." ''m ; --

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LAST NIGHT'S RESUlt

At Olympic Stadium; Carta
- By VICTOR M. CAREW
Pat Scantlebury pitcne'd'nlni pitcne'd'nlni-self
self pitcne'd'nlni-self a whale of a game last night
against .Carta Vleja but the
Brewer power failed once more
to- explode with men on the base base-paths
paths base-paths and they were shutout 1
to, 0j John. Anderson, : who wa
rushed to the mound In the first
Inning--to take ovef from Jetty
Bill prout who was forced to
leave the game after being- hit
on the pitching hand with a de devastating
vastating devastating drive from the bat of
Hector Lopez, was the author of
the flve-hlt shutout.
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Pat showed much better form
last night than he did t In his
initial effort last Wednesday.
He was very seldom in trouble
and pitched easy most of the
way. Nevertheless, he was the
victim of a few had breaks
that were responsible for Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja's two runs.
' oOo
" In the sixth frame Clarence
Moore' wild throw past Lopez at
second base of Dave Jacobs'
smash with Whltey Schmidt on
first enabled Whltey to score all
the way from first. A good toss
from Moore would have certain
ly forced Schmidt at second.
Anotherhad break came about'
In the ninth stanza when Nat
Peeples, "shifted to left to make
room for pepe Osorio m right,
played Charley Wllhelm's blow
as If it were a homerun and al allowed1
lowed1 allowed1 it to hit against the fence
for a double, scoring Bill Kern
from first with the second Car Carta
ta Carta Vleja tally.
Anaerson aiso pncnea a great.
eame as he stilled Brewer
threats throughout the game.
The righthander, In the. early
innings, made good use of his
knuckler and later also utilized
, slider,
' OOO ft
Manager Leon Kellman has
now used seven different line lineups
ups lineups in the. seven games hit
team has played. It is a eer-

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iQmomPlqrShqotmbM In Title Defense Tonight:

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( Although tormftaracing was
not the- keynote f.oj the three
days of racing vei the-weekend
at the President v jtemoa race--
track, the; .jockeyr;, apparently
irode according to Hoyle because
not a single rider was set aown.
Several horse were suspended
because of lameness and a-iew
trainers flned. ". ;
Mariema, which- I J n Ished
Sunday's eleventh race In bad
shape, was suspended by the
veterinarian who recommend recommended
ed recommended that the mare -be barred
from further racing, i
Silver Sun. t El 1 Pobreton and
Now Then were set down for two
weeks each because of le g all-
tments.'r . v-i
f GrccoS Strainer,. : Edtiatdo
Young, nelted a $5 fine for using
.colors others than ; the corres corres-mondtaf
mondtaf corres-mondtaf ones on the animal in
Monday's first race i- .f .f-t
t .f-t Eustaalo Garcia de Paredes got
'a similar $5 for, the same infrac
tion, Improper cowrs on, Man Man-man
man Man-man In the third rceon. Mon Monday.
day. Monday. --.' f 5. "',4
(-Mdnaldo Diaz was the third
Walner to "merit" a 55 .line ior j
hisine incorrect colors -on his
mare, Alplna, In Monday's fifth
ace.
" The trainers of Martlet and
tr.arivie werft ordered ? to send
fthese two colts tQ "schooling" at
STen native thoroughbreds
1 were nominated for the S5.000
nauea om nine uu
Christmas Classic. This annual
blue ribbon event attracted
Romancero, 'Henco, .Monaco,
Lady E!ina, Nirvana, Apache
andTitfta. -..,; :';v.';'S.,:;
Pacific Softball
Set For Dec. 16
The Pacific Softball league will
hnlH an iniDortaiit- meeting nexi;
'Tuesday uec. -ib
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fLodge 1414 in. Balboa 't 7:30 p,m
!inal plans will'be'formalliad as
as..
Sto league scneauie,
smpw
ii ah teams nrsently entered in
( the league and all prospective
fleams ana lnieresieu ijcn i?
ifVted to send representatives
Ml present at this meeting as
,pireS asa Witt auuucj vuiy'
E orer.
Any intersWd softbaH .players
ay repor' to the Pacific Soft Soft-ill
ill Soft-ill League Park in. Balboa on
-fTuesdays, Thurstjays.br Saturdays,
s all teams v te practicing on
'. fiiose days; For" further : ihfdrma-
tion on the league; '.contract the
league president Bill De La Ma Mater,
ter, Mater, at Balboa 3528. :
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Nirvana and Titita will tote 101
because of a three-poun4allow-
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graphers Typographers Handicap A drawing
will be held among the fourth4;
fifth, seventh and eighth series
to determine which group of
horses will participate in.tjhe
special feature. "j
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Ttf Ramon Vega Jr., whose
eyes and: face Were splashed
with a caustic substance when
he was about to Inject the hope hopelessly
lessly hopelessly Injured mare Neasham
Belle on Monday, is reoorted out
. -OOO 'V.i
Beginning this week, frac fractious
tious fractious horses that are allowed
to race In entries for the ef effects
fects effects of betting or excluded
from the bettlnc will he ruled
off after they have refused to
Start five times (not necessar
Jly' consecutive)
' ooo
Bratalio Baeza chalked up six
victories over the three days of
racing to be the winhingest rid rider,
er, rider, as usual. Baeza now has a
total of 139 wins, for the second
semester.'? v ; ft j
He won 92 during the first half
year to ,fiave a total of 231 vic victories
tories victories for the year, Both his 139
for six months and 231 for a vear
are anytime ideal records. Bar Barring
ring Barring a mishap, Baeza will easily
surpass 250 victories just like we
predicted several months ago.
Aloni The Fairwnvs
FORT AMADOR LADIES
. On Thursday, Dec. 4, ; ihe Fort
Amador Women's Golf Association
completed a year o regular
Thursday -"Ladies Day" tourna-
mentjt with special golf itourna
ment followed bv a ttrsctiva
luhchfon St he Fort Amador Offi
cers Xlpen Mess
The .tournament' for the -day
was one in winch yqu, could re re-ver?
ver? re-ver? your worse hole to pah then
subtract of your handicap.
reari iUTim came in the winner
Mor toe day,, both low gross and
low net j and it is problematical
whether whether she had any real
paa noie to substitute for par! E-
thel Perantie copped the second
prize with Bev Dilfer takine third
place and Jean Sullivan in fourth
position. ...
The out going cominittee had a
nice surprise in that each ; girl
whor par lcipated in the tourna
ment received a prize. At the
luncheon the prizes for 'the re
cently completed Club Champion Championship
ship Championship and Ringer, tournaments were
presented to the lucky recipient?. !'
ruuuwing me awaraing oi me
pmes, election of officers took
pace for the coming yearMMary
Faison was unanimously elected
Chairman, with Mary, Aushnemer
as her. co-chairman.' Ev Mon Mon-teath.i
teath.i Mon-teath.i who has done a wonderful
job with women's handicapping,
graciously consented to' tackle- the
job -jagain nexfiyearr '
a .vote of thanks was s:iven to
the 'oatjgoing committee,, headed
by Ethel Perantie, chairman, and
Jean Sullivan,; co .' Chairman, for
the good Job done throughout the
year in making the Amadoif La Ladies
dies Ladies Day a big success and ts
of fun. New members were wel welcomed
comed welcomed into the organization! and
we are looking forward to more
tournaments and fun. in V 1959." See
au you eais on me we at Fort a
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To Try for 1(0

Record Against
Yvon Durelle
MONTREAL, Dec. 10 (UP1)
Light heavyweight champion Ar
chie Moore plana to "shoot the
works" in an attempt to Bet an
all-time knockout record tonight
in his latest title defense against
fisherman Yvon Durelle.
' 'Endurance Archie," whoU be
4t or 49 n Saturday, will be
gunninr for ft record-breaking
127th kayo as he risks his 175 175-pound
pound 175-pound erown for the seventh
time against the Canadian and
British Empire champion in a
scheduled 1 15-ronnder at the
.Montreal Forum. Moore is fa favored
vored favored at $-1.
Despite his age and his 2S
years in the. ring, Moore of San
Diego, Calif., Is favored because
of ,hisy punch and his ringcraft.
He is-i deadly hitter who scored
126 knockouts while winning
174 of his 204 bouts. That 12?
tied him With the late W, L.
S Young) Strlbling for the most
knockouts registered during, any
fighter's career in ring history.
Another knockout tonight would
make Archie the all-time kayo
king. ; ....
Moore is also smart defensive
ly. He protects nlmself with a
barricade of arms and elbows as
he stalks an opponent about the
ring, trying to force an opening,
'Durelle is an awkward but
dangerous slusfeer who'scored 39
kayoes1 while winning 76 of his
98 bouts. He usnelly marches in
with a wijd hooking attack and
Keeps throwing leather until
someone hits the deck. Both
Yvon and Archie have been
stopped six times each; -
. ,.tV."-
Moore' Is defending the .title
hi won on Dec. 17...1952 hy out-
nomunR joe Maxim at St. Louis.
He aerenoed twice agamst Max Maxim
im Maxim and once each aralnst Har Harold"
old" Harold" Johnson. Bobo Olson. Yo-
lande Pompey and Tony Antho
ny.
Moore enters the ring with An,
unbeaten ; strmg oi is routs,
marred only by a draw with
Howard King in his last, non-ti
tle bout, Aug. 4. Durelle had four
straight wins since March 14,
wnen ne was stopped an the, seventh-round
-by.Tony Anthony
His best wins in five victories
this year were a seventh-round
kaycover Clarence Hinnant ahd
a niiith-round kayo over Mike
Holt of jSouth Africa.
Archie may be the oldest ac active
tive active champion of all time, His
mother says he'll be 45 on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, but he says he'lj be 42.
The late Fob Fltzslmmons was
434 When he lost the light
heavy crown his third to
Phlladelnhia Jack O'Brien.
Maxie Rosenbloom holds the
record for light heavyweight ti
tle defenses, h lost it on the
ninth defense to Bob Olin in
1934.
Facts, Figures
On Tonight's
Title Fight
MONTREAL fUPI) -Facts and
figures on tonight's Archie Moore
Yvon Durelle title fight:
Principals: Champion Archie
Moore of San Diego. Calif., vs
Yvon Durelle of Baie Ste. Anne
N.B., British Empire and Canad
ian champion.
Title at stake: Moore's world
lightheavyweight championship.
. Place: Montreal, Forum.
Distance: 15 rounds.
Promoter: Eddie Quinn.
Betting: Moore favored at 13 5.
Expec'ed crowd: 11,000.
Expected gate: $125,000.
Starting time: 10 p.m. e.s.t.
Television: By ABC in United
States: by CBC in Canada, with
blackout in province ; of Quebec.
Radio: None.
Television money: (75,000 for
U.S., undisclosed sum for Can
da. ... i
Fighters' purses: Moore guar
anteed $75,000, with privilege of
40 per cent of all net receipts
Durelle guaranteed $12,000 with
privilege of 20, per cent, ,,..
Return bout contract: If Dur Durelle
elle Durelle wins, must give Moore title
shot within 90 days, somewhere
ou'side Canada, with,' percentages
30-30.. ; 'v ,'a'- -v-i' '. ;
Scoring : By three Judges on
five point-must basis. Referee hat
no vote. v'.
Of The Tape
.Montreal upii i- The tale-
of-the-tape for tonight's Archie
Moore Yvon Durelle light heavy
weight title fight:
Moore ."
41 or 44 yrs. Age
175. lbs. ; Weight
5 ft. ,1 U in. Height I
75V4 'in i '".Reach fa
40 In. Chest normal
42 in. Chest expanded
Durelle
20 yrs,
175 lbs.
ft.10 in.
; v.; 74 in.
39 In.
42V hv
16V,io
:' 18 in.'
h 131i in.
'J:-; 7V4
? .12 in.
,l in.
' 10 in.
17. m
35 in.
12H in.
7 H; ;
13 In.
15'in.V
11 in.
, ween ,j
Biceps '::';.:,
forearm ';
, Wrist
Fist -Calf
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Ankle

; 40 in Chest normal 38 in.

Jim Hinlde

Amateur Champ

From

Braniff Tourney

Medalist : Jim Hinkle played
close to par golf last Saturday af.
ternoon and elimmated the 1958
Isthmian Amateur Champion Bill
LeBrun from the 1958 Braniff In-
ternauonal Airways Golf Tourna
ment now being played at the Sum
mit uoir ciuo. Hinxie was one
over par when the match ended
oovtfte 14th hole.
At the conclusion of the first
two roundsof play in the "Braniff
toarnament only one of the five
men that were tied fqr medalist
honors at the end of the Qualify
ing rounds has been eliminated
from the tournament.
Of those left oithar Don Htuta
r Jtm- HinkU Will be liminat liminat-d
d liminat-d this week at they pird
against each othr. The are
the am two golfers that ran
one-two with each other in the
five-man play-off for tho mod mod-l!t
l!t mod-l!t honors, Hlnklo winning with
birdies on H and 17 to win by
one stroke ovor Hauso.
Quarter-Final Round Result
' Championship Flight
s HaUse defeated Stubbs 3 and 2;
Hinkle eliminated LeBrun 8 and
4;'- Chaffman had tough time
moving past Saarinen winning on
the 18th holer and Jacks had to go
to ine zzno noie to edge Howard
First Flight
George Riley knocked off Mac
Murray z ana lj Hearhe eliminat eliminated
ed eliminated Francey 4 and 3; Schlegel mov moved
ed moved ahead with a S and 4 win over
Jim DesLondes Sr.; Jankus beat
out Jim DesLondes Jr. 2 and 1.
Second Flight
Jff Kline Jr. defeated Kosk 3
and. 22, Day had a roiitm time nf
it m beating pouglewicz 3 and 2;
My edged ThomDson 2 and 1-
Hicks slaughtered Olson and 5.
Third Flight
McNamarg edged Franklin 1
up; Whitelaw had rough time
in beating Bongiorni 1 upj Stuart
proved to be too much of a talker
ior uarr and. took the match 2
ana i; manone' beat Scott in a
thriller 1 up.
Fourth Flight
Jordan pulled aurnrisn In fv.
ing Morland 6 and 5; Marquard
was forced in .shoot a one over
par 36 Before moving ipast Myers
1 up Ben, eUmiatedfR.'' Smith
vmnhlg pri the 18th hole; Thomas
closed out his match on the, l4th
hole in winning over Betron 5
and 4.
Fifth Flight
Terry's red hot putter was too
much for Sullivan and he won
and l; McGuire had an ev tima
in winnine 8 and 7 nvx nnvsr.
J.' A. Smith defeated Dilfer 3 anil
finals with a 4 and 3 win over
-, .uvvuuuujm KRU CU till. RPm
French.
Sixth Flight
John Terry beat mil Bailey 3
and 2; Leo Eberenz handed Lar Larry
ry Larry Jones 6 and 4 defeat; Clesik

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Seventh Flight
Kaplan was too much class for
Donovan winning, 6 and 5; Hoc Hoc-berry
berry Hoc-berry defeated Watson 2 and 1;
Sharp beat Finn 3 and 2; Michel
moved ahead with a defeault.
Ladies' Championship Flight
Edith Mathieson was given a
default win over Ruth Tortorici Tortorici-Louise
Louise Tortorici-Louise Jones eliminated Pearl
Trim 3 and 2: Cleo Burns edged
Pat Waring winning on the 18th
green; E'el Perantie beat Chi
McCue 2 and L
Ladies' First Flight
Lis Weber was too much for
Maggi Bailey : winning 3 and 2;
Shirley Zupanclc defeated Wilma
Riley 2 and 1; Bobbie Hughes had
a Teal easy day of it with hot ir irons
ons irons to win over Betty McGuire 8
and 6; Mebs Ausnehmer edged
Ruth Rigney on the 18th hole win winning
ning winning 1 up.
MODELO (5) DIC1)
Pairings for the. semi-final round
of play are:"
Championship Flight
Hause vs Hinkle
Chaffman vs Jacks
" First, Flight
Riley vs Hesrne
Schlegel vs Jsnkue
Second Flight
Kline Jr. vs Day
May vs Hicks
Third Flight
McNamara vs Whitelaw
Stuart vs Mahone
Fourth Flight
Jordan vs Marquard
Bell vs Thomas
Fifth Flight
xerry vs suuivan
J. A.Smith vs McCullough
Sixth Flight
J. Terry vs L. Eberenit
Clesik vs Barley,
' Seventh Flight
Kablan vs Hooberry,
SHarn vs Michel
Ladias' Championship Flight
Mathieson vs Jones
Burns vs Perantie
Ladies' First Flight
Weber vs ZuDancic
; Hughes vs Ausnehmer
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NAM ID NAVY CAPTAIN
"ANNAPOLIS, Md. (UPI) -Midshipman
James M. Dunn Jr., a
21-year center frqm Rutledge, Pr.
has been elected Navy's 1959 foot
ball captain.
SNEAD FACES HE8ERT
NEW YORK (UPI) -Sam Snead
WE INVITE
THIS
PANAMA
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to San Jose, San Salvador, Guatemala,
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Mexico Cffy and New Orleans

TACA VISCOUNT MJtVICf
PRESSUftlZID CABINS
'AST SMOOTH
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See yoiir Tfqval Agent, ori ;l.
MCA IbitERNATlONAl AIRUNES
Coils 1, 1 El Cangrejo
Tel. 3-6646

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Briefs

of Whi e Sulphur Springs; W. Vfc;
met s Lionel Hebert in 18 hole:
of championship golf at the Boca
Raton, Fla., golf tlub" oa ABC ABC-TV's
TV's ABC-TV's "All Scar Golf"- program
next Saturday.
RED'S SPIRITS HIOH HIOH-ST.
ST. HIOH-ST. LOUI (UPI) Manager
YOU TO TAKE

W 59

We Know That After Your Ride
You'll Buy ONLY A Pontiac

POWCRKO BY ROLLS-ROYCK
(TUESDAY THURSDAY.

Lv. Panama .11:45 A.M.
Ar- San Jose 12:05 P.M.
Ar. San Salvador 2:00 P.M.
Ar- Cuatemala 2:55 P.M."
Ar. Mexico City 5:45 P.M.
Ar. New Orleans 6:55 P.M.
DIRECT CONNECTIONS TO CALIFORNIA
Lv. Mexico 7:45: P.M.
Ar. Loa Angela 11:25 P.M.
Ar. San Francisco 00)50 A.M.

Fred Haney of the Milwaukee
Braves said today following s vis visit
it visit wi.h tubercular stricken Red
Schoendienst that the star second second-baseman's
baseman's second-baseman's "spirit is high and he
thinks he's going to fooU. every everybody
body everybody and be in the Braves' line lineup
up lineup opening day."

BUFFALO, N. Y. (UPI)
George Derby, pitching for Buf Buffalo
falo Buffalo on July 3, 1883, was pounded
for a total of IS extra base hits.
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.THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Itidwin'i furnished1 apartments
at Saiite Slera Beaeh. Telephone
Smith, Gambea 302
PHILLIPS OeeeirsMe CoMaess
Santa CUr. e P. "''
pama 1-1877 Cristobal 8-1678.
Rooms
fOR RENT: Two nice bee'reens
with eennseting bath ana1 aireon aireon-oitioning
oitioning aireon-oitioning in North American,
p.m.. Use of all facilities vail vail-blc
blc vail-blc if desireo". Mione 3-05JS
Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnishee house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping room, eioublefouefc. re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, hotplate, pr.ate bath
and tntrineo. Mo. I, 52r.. St.
Tol. 8-06J8.

Pacific Side
Cricket News

The officers, members repre representatives
sentatives representatives and fans of all clubes
in the Pacific Cricket League and
cricket clubs on the Pacific side
are asked through this medium to
attend a meeting on Saturday,
December 20, at Paraisb Service
Center at 7:30 p.m.
The purpose of the etin
shall be the closing of the : 1958
cricket season .election
,H niannins of fixtures for 1959

league matches.
During the past season three
clubs took part m htgup. matches
and it is expected that not less
than five clubs will participate
the coming season. It is impera imperative
tive imperative therefore, that an early start
be made in order to bring the
matches to a successful conclusion
before the rainy season.
MASTER STRATEGIST
LOS ANGELES (UPI) -Eddie
Yawitz, co-manager, of
weight hantpion Vnyl Atai,
says champion Don Jordan is cur
renUy the ring's Wr ijtj ijtj-rist"
rist" ijtj-rist" because he figures
out how to eutmaneuver aaoOTO aaoOTO-nent
nent aaoOTO-nent and then carries jwt his plan
with any required variations un under
der under the heaviest fire.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins, Co..
for rates-and Information
Tel. Panama S-05Hj.
Mi
ATLAS
Refrigeration Equipment
Compressors Etc.
AGENCIAS
L A R S E N, S.A.
Phone 2-S498
Opposite Old Balboa Brewer?
(Next to English Wharf)
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Servic Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE o.
LOW BATES UP TO 86 Mo.
on new car
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone S-4984 3-4985
AH Types of Auto Insurance
35 mm. Camera
Lens 1.9
the bst buy In town
olo International
155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Rillroad Station
The INcw
s
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewflnder By stem v
LiTHimjitV.'
Panami; .; Coldn

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Apartments

FOR HINT: Furnished screen screen-eel
eel screen-eel one bedroom apartment, $80
rant. Tel. 3-4644.
FOR RENT: Beautiful one-bed.
ream apartment in El Cangreio,
Maduro't Building. For informa information
tion information Mil 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 room, dining end living
rooma, enclosed porch, garage,
Calle Colombia 3, telephone 3 3-1875.
1875. 3-1875. FOR RENT: Three bedroom
epartmant, maid'i room, hot
water, garage, Paitifla. Phone 3 3-2279.
2279. 3-2279. FOR RENT: Small modern apar apar-ment
ment apar-ment suitable far married couple
reside t "ial section. 50 Street
number 41, Bella Vista. Close to
Baturro Store.
FOR RENT: Going on vacation
January to May, diplomat will
rent furnished apartment: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living-dining
room, inside and outside
porch, garage, screened, small
garden. Well situated, Bella Vis Vista.
ta. Vista. $140 monthly. 46th Street
No. 4-98. Phone 3-6525
FSR RENT: Brand new one
bedroom apartment, most reason reasonably
ably reasonably priced in Panama, very cool,
close to shops and transportation,
will furnis some en request.
Call 3-7493.
FOR RENT: Furnished screen screened
ed screened one bedroom apartment, 50
36' ''P"om 3-4644,
$75.00.
Panama Provincial
Baseball Leaaue
Off To Good Start
By LLOYD BERTO JOSEPH
The 1958 59 Panama Provincial
Baseball season got underway
Sunday morning at the Olympic
Stadium with Joyeria'Nueva York
edging Centinelas del Tuira by a
7-R score.
The winners plated three runs
iff the third without a hit, and four
in the sixth on four singles, a hit
batsman, a base on balls and an
error.
Raul Gutieirres, who relieved
starter Laureano Tapia in the
fourth, was the winning hurler.
He struck out four and did not
walk a single batter in five and
two-third innings of steady pitch-
llgv j,
Gilberto Blanco was the loser.
Leading hitters for the winners
were Carlos Sosa with three hits
in four trips and Domingo Fer
nandez who had two safeties in
three at-bats.
Alejandro Bovelle and Felipe U U-refla
refla U-refla starred at the plate for the
losers with three-for-four each.
A large crowd saw Gov. Jose
A. Cajatr Escala line Banco Na National
tional National president Henrique de O O-barrio's
barrio's O-barrio's pitch to get the campaign
started. Gil GonzaK Garrido, Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's chief of Physical Educa Education
tion Education and Sports, was behind the
plate.
The line score:
Joyeria N.Y. 003 004 000 T 11 4
Cent, de Tuira 011 202 0008 9, 4
US Davis Gunners
All Eliminated In
Aussie Tournament
MELBOURNE, Dec. 10 (UPI)
AH members of America's
Davis Cup team taswe been
eliminated from the men's sin singles
gles singles In the Victorian Tennis
Championships following to today's
day's today's quarter-final matches.
Ashley Cooper, top-seeded
Australian, meets seventh for foreign
eign foreign seeded Andrea Gimeno, of
Spain, and Neale Fraser, seed seeded
ed seeded number three, meets second
seeded Malcolm Anderson,

CHRISTMAS CARDS
The greatest assortment in town
MORRISON'S and LEWIS SERVICE;
(Both serosa frorn the old Ancon P.O.)
and
CASA ZALDO de CAL1D0NIA
(Near Tlvoll Theatre)

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in news 'and entertainment
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)E PUBLICACIONES No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 4S LOUBDES PHARMACY 181 a Cairraiow 1V
26 'B" Street MORR1SON-4U1 of July Ave & i St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TrvoU-No. 4 PARMACJA ESTAOOS UNIDOS 14 Central Aye.
LA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee do la Oua Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMT Juste Arasemena Aye. and S3 St. e
VAN OER-JIS-S Street No. S3 FARMAC1A EL BATURRO-P.rqu. Lefevre 7 Street FARMACU "S AS' Vis PORRAS 1U JNQVEDADfi

BABOO No.
FARMAC1A
rtDuiru van
ATUI& RtH the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Ford 4 door, 14,
6 eyl., standard shrft. Excellent
throughaut. Call Navy (Pacific)
3 11 1 tor additional information.
FOR SALE
One four door Holiday Oldsmo Oldsmo-bile.
bile. Oldsmo-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 Corrale),
A neon, and can be viewed dur during
ing during regular working hours.
Written bids will be accepted
for the purchase e such car by
the undersigned end should bo
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
II, 1958. The right to reject any
andf all bids it, reserved.
W. Sheridan. Jr.,
Attorney For Owner
Ancon, Canal Zone
November 26. 1 9 5 8
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford $150.
Mr. Grote, Panama 3-0010, Ext.
12
FOR SALE: Austin-Healy Sprite
Roadmaster, 1958. Telephone
Balboa 4791, 4 to 6 p.m.
Basketball
Results
East
Marshall 88 Eastern Ky. 82
Ion a 84 Queens 63
St. B'venture 89 Ky. Wesleyan
71
Virginia Union 84 Lincoln 59
St. John's N. Y. 98 Bridgeport 56
Gannon 84 Vaila Madonna 74
Sauth
Kentucky 78 Duke 64
Davidson 79 Catawba 55
North Carolina 83 Virginia 81
W Kentucky 80 Miss Southern
W and M 59 Hampden-Sydney
46
Florida 73 Stetson 62
Tenn. Tech 65 Texas Western 80
Nor'western St. 63 La. College
60
Fla. A and M 107 Albany Ga.
St. 48
AMI. Christian 81 Mid. Tenn. 69
Miss. St. 72 Arkansas St. 57
Tulane 75 Southwestern La. 59
Miami Fla. 107 Fla. Southern 60
Mississippi 67 Muray St. 61
Midwest
Michigan St. 72 Butler 46
Northweastern 68 Notre Dame
63
Loyola 111. 94 W'ern Ontario 70
Nebraska 62 Marquette 60
Bradley 78 Louisville 48
Denver 73 Kansas 60
Missouri 78 Vanderbilt 72
Iowa St. 81 Minnesota 75
Youngstown 91 Alliance 58
Southwest
Oklahoma 80 Iowa 57
Drury 74 Arkansas College 60
SMU 81 Wisconsin 63
Tex. Tech 77 Eastern N. Mec.
41
Houston 101 Ariz. St. U. 68
West
Washington 67 Hawaii 62
Seattle 72 Coll of Pacific 67
Idaho St. 55 Oregon St. 49
Utah 93 West Texas State 68
EWBANKS SELECTS BALL-
LOS ANGF.T.F.S ITTPT'l W.K
Ewbank. coach of the Raitim,.
vniMiuuic
Colts who will coach the National
football League's Western Divi
sion Aii-Mars aeamst the F.at.
em Division AH-Sta rs in Hia hi.,.
bowl game here Jan. 11, has se-
leciea Merman Ball, former head
coahc of the Washington Redskins
as his offensive line r-nnMi (m
the' gane. The 12 NFL coaches
win seiect eu players for the game
with East and West squads to be
announced next week.

AGENTS OR OUR Of PICES) AT 1 JS7 H"

Lotterr Plaza m CASA ZALDO Central

COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. 14.ZZ1. .-.,.,;

Home Articles
FOR SALE: Zenith radio and ;
record player; V h.p. 60 cycle
electric motor with mount; Phitt
co table model radio; floor lamps;
desk lamps; kitchen table; mis mis-celaneous
celaneous mis-celaneous household items. 82
Via Porras, phone 3-7258.
FOR SALE: Blond walnut table,
and 8 chairs. Dark mahogany
table and 6 chairs. Lane cedar
chest. Occasional tables. Universal
blender, needs, bearings. Radio,
recerejette, record player. Metal
quartermaster chest, table' and
buffet, fainted book shelves.
Mahogany lumber, various sixes.
Phone Balboa 3630. House
761-B Barnaby Street.
FOR SALE: Sacrificing- furni furniture,
ture, furniture, lamps, kitchen utensils ete.
Leaving this week. Tel. Balboa
3275.
FOR SALE: Bargain, Singer
sewing machine, 5 drawers, per perfect
fect perfect condition $50.00. Phone
3-6290.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 2" fishing boat,
excellent condition. Cen be seen
at Tarpon Club. Phone 3-3151
anytime.
Fight Results
b JOHANNESBURG, South Africa
turi) jerry tiueaee. i7i. Kear
ney, N.J., and Mike Holt, 172,
south Africa, drew 10.
NEW YORK (UPI) Billy
iiamio, 147. New York, outooint
ed Jimmy Archer, 150V4, New
xonc io.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (UPI) -Harold
Carter, 199, Linden, N.J.
knocked ut Bob Biehlet, 187,
Kocnester, n.x.
PROVIDENCE, R. I. (UPI)
Willie Green, Providence, R. I.
stopped Charlie Washington,, 150u
new xora: a. ?
NEW; ORLEANS IftTPlV-Charlle
Joseph, 159, New Orleans, La.,
ouipointea wmie vaugnn, 159, Lei
Angeiea io. t.
SAN TB ifocKCft rTrtm
" v j. a eauju
xiosi, id4V3, mvr yors, outpoint
ea DODDy acanion, 135, san Fran
CISCO J.U.
PRESIDENTE
THEATRE No. Peru Ave.
TODAYS
ONLY!
PRE-RELEASE
ENGAGEMENT!
A racy, riotous, romantic
comedy in color!
JACK BUCHANAN
AMjun erttnry
nrm nmn XV
'tut
cajtlirMS MltMM
STARTING
TOMORROW!
Th public disrobing
oftffenettfonf
flTARRTN(V
KIM STANLEY
, Written for the gereen by
PADDY CHAYEFSKY
Selected to represent U.S.A.
In the Film Festival of
Brussels it Mexico, 1958!

03N Here's True
JfA XL Drama..,
HIE
GODDESS

STTEET, PANAMA L1BRERIA MECTADJV-T Rtteet Me. He) ACKNCI AS

Ave. 4 a uuvnuts rMABaiAix iu
Miscellaneous
Oustending selection of beautiful
and exotic U.S. and European
Christmas ornaments, decorations
and lights ideal for hemes,
stores, clubs and organisations -at
budget prices. -:
American Supply Co. "J? Street
13-06.
A LARGE NEW SHIPMENT OF
EXCITING ORIENTAL GOODS
NOW AVAILABLE AT
L U M S 40 AUTO ROW
IDEAL GIFTS FOR MOTHER'S
DAY AND CHRISTMAS AT OUR
SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICES.
FOR SALE Accordion 120 base
good ..condition, $75.00, F. L.
Core. Phone 832125, 510-B,
Curundu Hts.
(OR SAL1 New hot war heat heater,
er, heater, still, in crate, glass lined bot bottled
tled bottled gass $90.00. Mr. Sweeney,
phone J -7344.
FOR SALE: Thereujhbred stel stel-lietss
lietss stel-lietss "Teny" at stables near 014
Panama. Telephone 4-101 J.
FOR SALE: Westingheus
reqrigerator, new 60 eyele meter.
$115.00. Call Balboa 3425 ar
see at house 542-A, Disblo
Hts.
FOR SALE: 2 pair new drapes
length 60" with 136" with hooks
for traverse reds. House 5 02-A
Parita Place, Ancon, Tel. Balboa
1321. v
FOR SALE : Living ream sett 1
settee, 2 arm chairs,' 1 coffee
table. Phone 2-3776, house
2247 Carr Street.
FOR SALE: Baldwin Acresenie
piano. Light wood. Beautiful tone
and excellent condition, almost
new. $750. Tel. Gambea 754.
House 116-B Jedwin Ave.
FOR SALE: Weaver Spinet pie pie-no,
no, pie-no, excellent condition $350.00,
2620-B, Nicober Ave., Coceli.
After 4 p.m.
o r -s' a l i
' Household furnishings and of-
feeti ad. the late Htrry T. Hart
'j including all types of furniture,
. table,, d r e a sere, chiffoniers,
:f "chairs; woeden lieuer cabinet,
v Chinese rugs, perch shades, eefa, ;
clocks, electric telechron, marine
and 400-day, wglass dome,
linens, China, glassware, kit kitchen
chen kitchen tableware, kitchen utensils,
binoculars, ash trays, desk, elec electric
tric electric hot pad, electric Iron, soap soap-.
. soap-. stone plaques, table model radio,
lamps, bamboo shelves, Chinese
table, Frifidairo, 12 cu. ft., 60
eytle, dinette wfeur chairsr
poker set, pistol, automatic, Colt,
25 caliber, etc. etc.
Such items "'are located in the
quarters of 'the-decedent, 0273 0273-B,
B, 0273-B, Gamboa, Canal Zone, and may
be viewed from nine to" twelve
noon, Saturday, December 13,
1958 and nine to twelve noon,
Saturday December 20, J 958.
Written bids mey be submitted
either at the place of sole or by
mail to the administrator;
Robert A. Engelke,
CO W. Sheridan, Jr.
Balboa Heights, C. I.,
On or before December 23,;195$.
Dated at Ancon, Canal Zone
December 8, I 9 5 3.
USC Students Free
As Bomb Planting
Ruled Just 'Prank
LOS ANGELES. Dec. 10 fUPtV
Two University of Southern Ca
lifornia students who admitted
planting a home-made time bomb
under the .cheer leaders', plat
form at the Coliseum were free
yesterday from police charges.
David Visel. 20. and Neil Bait
ier. 21. said they slanted: the
bomb which failed to go off as
a prank for the traditional USC-
UCLA football gaiue Nov.. 22,
More than 50 students were in
volved in the "prank," police laid,
Police Lt. Bob Porter" Said
there was no evidence of criminal
intent even though the bomb was
described by police as powerful
and capable of .killing several
persons.
French Baroness,
Musicians Face
Narcotics Trial
WILMINGTON, Del Dec. 10
(UPI) Two jazz musicians and
a French baroness go on trial
Jan. 20 1 on chairses of Wssession
of narcotics stemming from their
arrest, at. a motel mar here last
Oct,i;15,y ,':;,v;.:?;
The detendanis are Baroness
Kathleen Rothschild da : Koenigs Koenigs-wartwr
wartwr Koenigs-wartwr of New York, pianist Thet-
onious Monk and saxophonist
The trial date was set yesterday
by Judge Robert H. Wahl. The
defendants have been free in $5,
000 bail each. i-;y AX'

The arrests came after the three third base coach. Otero, 43, man

4-ove to the motel in a $19,000 aged Havana bf the International
automobile and allegedly caused League from .1954 to 1956 and was
a row with Mrs. Harold B. Tonae. named, the triple A circuit's

wife of the manager.-

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Real Estate
FOR SALE Lett 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nueve Hipodreme -r
. Urbanisation, across the Rente.
- Racetrack, AH Iota with street
' aleetrleitv Call W Utlmrit. M
Tel. 3-2567. ,
IN PAITILLA. opposite the new
schools, "LA INVERSIONISTA'Y
is building house and lets to
your style, easy payments. LA
INYERSIONISTA, upstairs, Caje
deAhorros. Tel. 2-3639,
FOR SALE Beautiful property
en upper reaches Pacera River I
miles from Goofy Lake (Cerro ;
Ami), en prelected read te San
'Bias: 108 hectares titled land
' and 60 hectares without title.
About 40 hts pastures and 40
cleared: partly fenced; house for' -:
foreman, lumbar: and concrete
floor; river with clear water, sev- n
oral brooks, ideal climate.' Nine
head of cattle average 3 years
free from ticks end terssle.
Price: $5,500 including cattle,
$5,000 without cattle. Apply El
Agricultor, phone 2-1912;
FOR SALE Leaving Isthmus.
Two very y comfortable country country-homes,
homes, country-homes, including anexes, ideal
for dry season, week ends er retire
ed persons, en Gergona beach,
Hie best and nearest from ana ana-ma
ma ana-ma City, 50 miles frm the fsr fsr-ry.
ry. fsr-ry. $7,000 ear both. See them
and make en offer: Telephone,
Balboa 157 er Panama 3-6376.
FOR SALEs1 092 M2 let at
LAS CUMBRESf Avenida Us
Caobes end 7th Street, let Ne.
571, High and level. Call Pans-:
ma 3-l69. frm 12:00 to 1:00
and from 4:00 en.
Dogs
POR SALE -Week .ohl Pure Purebred
bred Purebred Springer Spaniel puppiss,
4-47 48th Street Boll Vista.
Phone.' 3-693d.
Cdr. Whilman Joins
Management Group
For Dalboa YMCA
Cdr. .JAM IS WHITMAN
Judge Guthrie Crowe.' chairman
of the Committee of Management
or me Samoa; y.M.c.A.-u.S.O has
announced the election of Cdr.
James A. Whitman Chaplain of
uw lvavai as a mem'
ber of the Committee. r

A i y Jill
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Whitmani'was reared In Nebras Nebraska
ka Nebraska on a cattle ranch. He attended
Grand Island College and Nebras
ka Teachers College where he re received
ceived received his A.B. in education. Latec
he did graduate work in Andover Andover-Newton
Newton Andover-Newton Theological; School,' Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, Mass.; where he received his
Bachelor i of Divinity Degree,
He, is an ordanied American
Baptist 'minister, arid has pasto-'
red churches in Nebraskay Colora Colorado,
do, Colorado, Massachusetts and Idaho. He
"has served as student .counselor

in two university center. ; ';
Whitman' entered Naval ervlce
in 1942, and ha had duty in Ca California,
lifornia, California, Oregon," Virginia, Florida
and Massachusetts! His sea duty
includes DisttSct Chaplain COM 17
Force Chaplain Naval Forces Far
east, U.S.S. Portland, U.S.S. Bunk
er Hill and U.S.S. Columbus.
The chaplain's hobbies include
ice and roller skating and water-
color painting. :
His-family consisU of his wife
Lucil'e, daughter : Jeanne age 21,
son Jim age, 19, a sophomore in
Panama Canal Zunior College, and
son Jack age it, a rresnman in
the- same school. .vf'i'Ji

" the familyihas lived to Alaska,
EnglandJapan and is now at Rod Rod-man
man Rod-man Naval Base... . :

RIDLISS SION OTB RO

CINCINNATI- (UPI) Reggie

Otero. veteran' minor league man
agar, has been signed by the Cin
cinnati Redlegs as their n e

'"Manager of thg Year" is '1955.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
J DRAWER "A". DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
PHONI BALBOA !70 1
HUOSEWIVES! Call 3-2219 er
iMuire at Ne. 33A26 7th Cen-,v
tral, Panama and you will be aura
to get a good 'maid for: your
home. 5p,jM ji ? i j i
WontedPosition
Young lady with good recent-.
, Mendatiens seeks employment
. with American femily here or
aabroad. Write Miss Castillo, apar
fade 3429, Panama, R. P, ((
Domestic Employment
r WANTED: Maid re sleep fn,
apply Sunday and Monday, 0932
Amador Road.
WANTED: Experienced eeek.
Recommendations needed; then
1-3136.
WANTED; y. Housemaid with
references. Apply between 9:00
. and 1 0 :00 a.m.! T u e s d a y at
.2241 -A, Rodman,
WANTED
WANTED Competent hah- sty stylist,
list, stylist, male er female.' Apply Nine
. Beauty Shop, Via Espana No.:
117. Opposite Panama Hilton
Hotel.
WANTEDt Te buy Cocker
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Boost Humphrey's 1960 Stock
WASHINGTON Dee. 1 (UPD Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey today was ridlnk the .crest ef
Irorld-wlde notice centering on hl private Interview with Soviet Premier Nikltv Khrushchev.
!" His stock In the distant Democratic Presidential sweepstakes of 1960 was uo sharply.
Humnbrey's eiht-hour conference with the Soviet leader in Moscow last week and an
80-minut report to President Eisenhower yesterday crabbed more international attention
than most potential candidates hope to get In months or years. ... v;V--' t.
It was with this Increased stature Humph rey last nirht called on the new heaviiyDemo--eraHc
Congress for passage f a '.iod for peace prorram" to counter Russia's plan for world
""""Hria id "'"swech at St. Paul. Minn., that this country's agricultural surplus rives the
United States "a weapon the Soviet Union do t oven dream of having seven years from
now." "s-".

The 47-year-old Minnesota
. Democrat also said last night in
a nationwide radio interview
that he planned to run for re reelection
election reelection to the Senate in I960.
But those who remembered
Humphrey's 1956 try for the
vice presidential nomination
were inclined to dismiss the
disavowal of presidential am ambitions.
bitions. ambitions. Humphrey. Senate' disarma disarmament
ment disarmament chairman and a foreign
Nations committeeman, has
been mentioned for his party's
1960 Presidential nomination
but always toward the end of the
Sen. Mike Monroney fD-Ckla.)
said yesterday that Humphrey
should be counted among the
major Democratic Presidential
hopefuls.
Humphrey 'declined to disclose
the Khrushchev proposals after
his meeting with Eisenhower
yesterday, but the senator said
he considered them unaccepta unacceptable.
ble. unacceptable. The senator told newsmen
, after his meeting with Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower the message involved
Soviet "atomic weapons or a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic explosions of a very sub substantial
stantial substantial nature."
.But he said Soviet efforts to
push the Western Allies out of
flerlirf provided the focal point
Weather Or Not
J This weather report for tha 24
hours ending I a. m. today- Is
prepared by the Meteorological
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Panama Canal Company:
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WEEKEND

"You've never seen her like this! She's in Paris. . On the
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on the gayest, most glamorous spree that ever dazzle a
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or his, marathon talks with
Khrushchev.
Asked Whether the Soviet pre premier
mier premier suggested new waysto ad advance
vance advance negotiations on the Ger German
man German problem, Humphrey replied
that "I would hope their sugges.
tions would be unacceptable and
I believe they ane."
Humphrey, chairman of the
Senate disarmament subcommit subcommittee,
tee, subcommittee, said it was up to the State
Department and the Atomic En Energy
ergy Energy Commission as to whether
details of the message would be
released. He ald Eisenhower did
not ask him to withhold the in information.
formation. information. White House Press Secretary
James C. Hagerty said Humpnrey
took "decidedly a proper course
in not releasing the Soviet mes message.
sage. message.
Hagerty said after Humphrey
left the White House the mate material
rial material "would have to be first eval evaluated
uated evaluated before any decision is
made one way or the other" as to
whether to make it public.
"We don't want to give It out.
if it's just propaganda, and I
din't say that it is," Hagerty
said. "If it is propaganda, cer certainly
tainly certainly the American govern government
ment government is not going to give it
out."
Humphrey told reporters the
Information on Soviet rockets
and atomic explosions was "not
Two Cypribt Girls
Sentenced To Jail
For Carrying Bomb
NICOSIA, Cyprus, Dec; 18
fTrcmTwo teen-ace daughters
nf nromlnent Greek Cyprlots
famines were sentenced to
nine-rannth iall terms yester
day after they pleaded guilty
to charges of carrying a bomb
throuffh the streets tt Nicosia.
Special Justice Sir Ragnar
Hyne pronounced the sentences
aeainst Jullka Marsellou. 18,
daughter of a bank official,
and Anna Melissa, 19. daughter
of a former Judge of the Cyprus
high court.
The Mrls had testified they
were ordered to carry the bomb
by two souog men who threat threatened
ened threatened them with harm if they
failed to comply. They said they
were ordered to throw the bomb
at an Englishman or an army
venicle.
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as significant-, as. Khrushchev
would like to have w believe," .
He said he did nofr believe it
would be kept secrei! "but It has
a bearing n our own Intelligence
system, so that is why it. should
be left to our State Department
ana our eiense stabilshment."
He said he would supplement
his report with a memorandum
to the President and detailed
notes to the State Department.
. numpnrey saiu tne Berlin
crisis was the "central point"
of his talks with Khrushchev.,
He said the Soviet, leader's
statements apparently reflect-
ed "a desire to get counter pro proposals
posals proposals from the West" on Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's threat lo turn Its occupa occupation
tion occupation functions over to the East
German puppet regime.
The West has. said -it- would
stand firm, by Use of force -If
necessary, in resisting any effort
by the East Germans w take
over control of access routes
linking West Germany and the
Aliiea sectors of Red-encircled
Berlin. v-1- c'-
Humphrey said he assured the
President of his complete sup
port w tne aamuustravon stand
"that we are there and are go-
lng to stay there (in Berlin) and
not fall prey to any false or in inadequate
adequate inadequate proposal by Khrush Khrushchev."
chev." Khrushchev." ;. V1 ;
Ha said he also told Elsenhow Elsenhower
er Elsenhower that Khrushchev apparently
ference, one of several courses
would like to have a summit eon-
the West has been considering,
with regard to the German ques.
tion.
Tear Gas Disperses
In Caracas Streets
CARACAS, Venezuela, Dee. 10
fUPIV Police using tear gas ar
rested- 32 persons last 5 night to
break un 4he second night of dem
onstrstions against the apparent
election of nti-Lommunisi cnai-
date Romulo Jletancourt as pres'
itont. . .": '
Police Chief Col. Arrais Morales
fenorted 15.000 rersoni gathered
in small groups In the El Silencio
ire. Roaming police squads of
15 to 20 policemen v kept them
from forming a large protest
march on the capltol where votes
in last Sunday's election still were
being counted.
Police hurled tear gas at about
200 persons who grouped togeth
er in front of, the Junin Theater
in Ed Silencio square. Three shots
1 1 i-Z 41.-- -
were nearu in uie mca.
Troops also used tear gas to
break up. a demonstration of 1,000
persons in the .San Martin quar quarter.
ter. quarter. Arrais Morales said" most, of
the demonstrators were supporters
of deposed dictator Marcos Peres
Jimenez. However, the young men
roamed the streets shouting "Vi
va Larrazabal," (Rear Adm. Wolf
gangi Larrazabsl; former junta
leader and candidate of the Re
publican Democratic Union and
Communist party).
The young demonstrators distri
buted leaflets signed by the "Com
mittee for the Defense of Vene
zuelan Democracy'? calling for
support for Larraxabal's election
and the rejection of the "electoral
fraud committed in. the whole
republic."
Rptarians To Hear
RP Official
At Thursday Lunch
Panama's Social Security pro program
gram program will be the subject of an ad address
dress address to be delivered before the
Panama Rotary Club on Thurg
day by Adolfo de Silva, of the Re
public's Social .Security Agency.
De Silva will be the uest speak
er at the club's- noon luncheon
meeting in the Bella Vista Room
of the Hotel ;El- Panama Hilton
starting promptly at 12:30 Thurs Thursday
day Thursday Following his remarks about
the Social Security program, de
Silva will conduct a question-and-
answer period. w w-Oswald
Oswald w-Oswald Maduro will present the
guest speaker. -r
JEREMY CHRISTMAS

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Bomb Explosion In Cult Camp
Kills Nine,: Starts Brush Fire

CHATSWORTH. Calif., Dec. 10
(UPI) A bomb explosion ripped
through a religious colony today
and at least nine persons, includ including
ing including cult leader Krishna Venti,
were reported kwea or missing.
At least two others; were injur
ed, one criticaly. ., '
'Ventura- county ore omciais
said there was no doubt the ex explosion
plosion explosion wis caused by a bomb as.
they probed through the smolder smoldering
ing smoldering wrecked buildings of the Foun Fountain
tain Fountain of i' the .World where some 14
ehildren-lus adults had been
sleeping.?':- -.'x;--..'
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Tie explosion-spread debris sev several,
eral, several, hundred fee. in Box Canyon
some 30 miles northwest of Los
Angeles in the Santa Susana
mountains.
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;-Flaming wreckage of the build buildings
ings buildings shot through the pre-dawn
darkness like balls of firs and
spread through the tinder dry
brushland, touching off an out-of-contrel
brush fire.
Some 100 members live on the
11-acre. grounds of th cult which
started its colony here half a doz dozen
en dozen years ago. ;
Venta. 47. tall.- lean., bearded
figure', tells his followers that; he
is the Christ. .- '.
The barefoot, self-styled Messiah
has .predicted a revolution in A-
Civil Rights Group
Heeds Hearing Dale
To
"MONTGOMERY. Ala.; Dec. 10
(UPI The Civil Rights Commis Commission
sion Commission apparently will have to. set a
new hearing date before evidence
on voter registration in AJADama.
Tha pnmmiRaion broke-' off its
hpnrine for an indefinite period
hr vesterdav after two days of
iwtiv efforts to get informs'
tion from reclacitrant state offic
ials,
chairman John A Hannah halt
H th nrocefediiiBS abruptly and an
nwmced he would ik the Depart Department
ment Department of Justice to take action in
federal court against state oficials
whohave impounded tne voter re re-ffitbttitimi
ffitbttitimi re-ffitbttitimi records in six counties.
The Justice Department' said in
Washington it would comply witn
me reauest. nut couia not ao so
until tha commission thad et
date for frehewal ef the hearings.
Attnrnev- General William A. Ro
t-era said a U.S. attorney in Mont
gomery would take the matter to
the U.S. tlistnct court at me pro
per ime.
-ynoer tne isst act inai creat created
ed created the Civil Rights Commission
the attorney general is impowerea
to seek. -court orders when ne
cessary to compel witnesses to
testify or to have records brought
before the fact-finding body. Re Refusal
fusal Refusal to comply would, constitute
contempt of court.
Government Refuses
To Pay Coya's Rent
For Office In Hotel
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 (UPI)
The government refused yes
terday to pay Andy Knuwon
the rent he claimed was due
him for the office hi wife,
Rep. Coy a Knutson (D-Minn.),
maintained at their hotel in
Oklee, Mlnp.
Comptroller Genera josepn
Campbell said if Andy want to
collect the rent he will have to
go to his wife and not the gov government.
ernment. government. Campbell said the
government already has paid
Mrs. Knuuon sztuu in omcc
rental.
A spokesman for the con-
gresswoman said Mrs. Knutson
was as much entitled to. collect
the rent as, Andy because the
hotel, known as Andy's Hotel,
is jointly owned by the Knut Knut-sons.
sons. Knut-sons. Andy has waged a campaign
since last May to get his wife
to quit Congress and. return to
Oklee. He got an .assist from
the voters last Nov. 4, when she
was defeated for re-eiecuon.
.But; she has charged the Re
publicans put her husband up
to his "Coya come home" pleas
and that this was a fraud on
the. voters.
Campbell rejected Andy's re request
quest request for about $30000 In rent
bv sending a letter to him in
care of Benedict F. Fitzgerald
Jr:, the Washington attorney
who handled Knutson's claim

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communism. ; and capitalism. He
predicts capitalism, will- be de destroyed
stroyed destroyed but claims his group will
not serve the communists.
Cut members live : a simple
life' working hard ; and eating
largely ? horne t grown vegetables
and home -; made wheat bread.
Male members let : their .beards
grow and walk barefoot, as "did
man- during Bibucal umes.v
i rue group memoes musicians,
teachers, business executives and
artisans., They represent many na
tionalises ana ,many religious
denominations1. -.
Labor Could Start
Third Parly, Says
Meany At Parley
ifEW: CORt,, Dec. 10 (UPI)
George Meany. the top man in the
American labor movement, warn
ed yesterday that if labor cannot
achieve its objective any other
way, it' would have to set up a
third political party.
"We do not want our own po
litical party but if we have to do
that Jo lick the people who meant
to drag us back to the pas, we.
will start our own political party
and do a, good job of it," the AFC AFC-CIO
CIO AFC-CIO 'president said.
"If labor has to go further
than it can through its committee
on political education to make
America a better place in which
to work andjhve we will take the
next step ait is forced upon us.
He said" labor did not welcome
the idea of a deep political plunge
but "it is going to be just as po-
litical as it has-to be to win its
objective." j
Industry may have more-of the
nation's wealth, he said, "but
we've got the people."
Meapy's remarks on a possible
labor -party were greeted iwith en'
thusiaiaSm by the 2,842 delegates
and alternates attending the first:
convention of the newly-orgamzed
New Yofk .state AFL-CICv
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STOCKHOLM.' Dee' 10 (UPI)
The -Swedish Academy presented
cash and accolades today to win winners
ners winners of three Nobel prizes ..- and
mourned the "voluntary" absence
of Russian author Boris Pasternak
who refused the literary award
under Soviet pressure. .V
The 1958 awards of S4i50 f or
physics, .chemistry '. and medicine
were" handed ceremoniously ,- to
scientists fronTRussia, Britain and
the United States, and it was made
starkly clear the academy and the
free .world : felt -Pasternak should
have been here too. "a s? ; v f
; The 1958 poac prixe was -'
warded today-' in Oslo, to fo
Rev. Georges Pire, Roman Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic priest .amd mamber of an
order sworn to perpetual povtr-
f-ty.. Ha willt use the S41,250 prist
money .tofurthtr, his work of
building villages for the homeless
refugees of World War II.
Political Prisoners
Try To Take Plane
From Cuban Guards
HAVANA, DecJlO (UPI) Arm Armed
ed Armed guards broke up an attempt
by political prisoners to hijack
a penitentiary., plane last week In
an air battle that left 'one man
dead and four wounded, the army
announced today, i
, A military communique said 46
prisoners- on theur. .vay to the Isle
of Pines penitentiary tried to
seize the plane while it was cir circling
cling circling for a landing on-the-prison
island of Cuba's south coast.;
One prisoner was killed and
two wounded in the fracas that
followed, the communique siad,
An army officer and a policeman
also were wounded.
Meanwhile,: informed ources
said 1 police shot and killed two
Spaniards and two Cubans in a
raid on a grocery store in subur suburban
ban suburban Mantilla which had been sus suspected
pected suspected of harboring rebels. A
large quantity of rebel uniforms
was seized in the-raid, the sourc
es.said
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Pasternak won. the literalv a-
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Dr. Zhivago" which was banned
in Russia as anti-Communist. He
cabled and later -wrote that he had
seen the : Lommunist-xtvlfr mw
of. his ways and felt he could not
accept ,, the -Nobel laurels. 4
At -today's ceremnnv-irt Rtnrb.
holm s huge concert" hall Ameri Americans
cans Americans George W. Beadle, Edward
L. Tatum -and Joshua Lederbers
were honored as co-winners of the
medicine prize. Three Russians Russians-Pavel
Pavel Russians-Pavel .Cherenkov,: Ilya "Frank and
Funeral Services" : ;
In liew York Stale
For Mrs. Capvell
Funeral services were held to
day for the late Mrs. George L.
Capwell l in Salamanca, New
Vork. Her husband, G.'-L. Cap Cap-well,
well, Cap-well, "was formerly the vice pres-"
Jdent vand general manager o
Compafiia Panamefia de Fuerza
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weeks ago in Guayaquil,' "Ecua
dor, jlr&. Capwell was transfer transferred
red transferred to Gorgaj" Hospital in the
Canal Zone. Her condition im improved
proved improved enough 'to move her to a'
hospital in 'Albany, New York,
where jshe died last Sunday,-
Among those surviving her are
her sister-in-law, Mss Thelma
Capwell, of Williamson "Place,
Building 7064-J,. Balboa- also
Mrs. James-McGinniir, -of To To-rreon,
rreon, To-rreon, Mexico f- Mrs. Eugene K.
Harris, of Troy, N.Y. Lt. tSeorge
Lw Capwell of Camp pendletonj
Cal.; Miss Dorothy Capwell of
Long island, New York: Robert
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Academy, Toms River,- N J.; a
sister. Miss Irene Cane of Sala
manca, N.Y.; a brother, -John
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Ilavy Revdals Plans 1
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POINT MUGU, Calif.,. Dec. 1
(UPIX The 'Navy,, ;has revealed!,,
plans for a proposed 15-year -expansion
program which would
turn an area of, one, million
square nautical 'miles of the",
Pacific 'Ocear- into- a gigantic
teat section 'for, the, launching
and recoverysof. .American mis
siles and space vehicles.

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and Facilities Officer at the Pa

cific Missile Range here, out-J
lined the program yesterday-. He)- f

said it already .hag been 1 pre-
sen tea -10 tne Department of
pefense.for approval, 1
The huge space testing area'
border on Johnston, Tarawa)
and Christmas Islands in the
South Pacific.
Face said vthe -vast section
Would be ideal for use as tha'
recovery- area.-for Broject Dlno
saur, In which a man is to be
orbited around the earth and
then returned. ',
JVianus island" In the lartrr
area1 was described in the Navy
Sinn as i -UflB DSU- 'location ior
aunching an eauatonal orbit
satellite which could -lead to a
complete worldwide" communis
cations network.-
, Another use of ,the-" area'
would ,be : as impact locations
for inter-continental ballistic'
missiles lobbed from" 5000, or
6000 miles away off the Califor California
nia California coast.
The Navy divided the -huge
area Into sections' including tha
"Polar Ofbitting- Range," the
"Polar Recovery Area;': and tha
"Ballistic Missile Range."
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Slated For Trial
Early In January
tOS AN&ELESfiee. 10 (UPI)

a si,Z4Z,53Z suit for federal in income
come income taxes against comediaiv-s.
Charles Chaplin is slated for trim I
in U.S. Tax Court Jam 5. V-
Rl Maiden, Internal Reiue"
Service special assistant hereTsaid
yesterday that the English-born-actor
owes the monev on earn.

ings up until April 10, 1953, when"
Chaplin,: -moved to Switzerland.
Maiden said Chaplain claims he
was exempt from income tax pay payments
ments payments because' he was here as,. a"
non-resident alien t
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