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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Salvation Army
Plans Free Meals
For Colon's Poor
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f sTh"BlTfttlon Araiy In Colon
mnnounced today that iU tnnuai
week of tree meals for the poor
of. the Gold -Coast city will
start Wednesday and continue
through Christmas Eve.;
, One thousand meals for the
nnderprlTllefed, re(ardlesgf
race, color r creed, will be
furred at ; the Army's social

teenter at 14th Street and Am Amador
ador Amador Guerrero Avenue. 5
. AD need? persons will be weK
eomed during this special week
of-Christmas meals.
The menu will Include roast
beef .pork chops and ham to be
served with rice, peas, spaghetti
and vegetables, special attention
is always given in providing
1 these meals. Y -
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Eno, who
have taken an interest each year
in sponsoring this program, will
. be on hand to witness the first
serving of the meals.
The salvation Army also hopes
to present Maj. John Sunberg of
the Balboa Center, Gov. Manuel
Maria Gonzales of Colon Prov Province,
ince, Province, Mayor Jose Vlves of Colon,
. a representative of the British
Consulate,. Deputy Jose D. Ba Ba-an.
an. Ba-an. Deputy Alnhonso Giscombe,
c councilman -G. Grinion, Rev.
- Morpan- and other distinguished
guests.
, The" Salvation' Army today
expressd its gratitude to Colon
merchants and other contribu contributors
tors contributors 'Who have assisted Airing
the previous years and re
' continuing to do so. An appeal
' Is also being Issued to those
who have not yet contributed
to remember the Army on this
-occasion i
, Containers are on the trM
;ior Mjtsh contributions. )
S i Any,greuns or societies! who
- wish tocContribute any special
id to the Night-Shelter' for
, Women situated at 6th and 9th
4 -streets i and -Amador Guerrero

- Avenue. ft.the on for men at

ft" th tr6b nd- Kerwrra Aenue,
"" have beetl asked t' inform the
Salvation Army at 14th Street- $6
that proper arrangements can be
jnade. ( 1 -; f
f Salvation Army Christmas

' packages will be distributed Dec,
i i by tickets at 9 a.m.
Salvation- Army Capt. 1H
Grant,' the Colon commanding
officer, has.tull Information a a-bout
bout a-bout the meals, packages and
shelters He mav be reached by
telephone at Colon T43.
Panama Nenoliaiing
For ttMOOO
World Bank Loan
The Government of Panama
has entered into negotiations
with the World Bank for new
loan of $,000,000: to be used for
construction of highways in the
Republic, according to a state statement
ment statement made at a press conference
this morning 1by Minister-of .the
Treasury Fernando Eleta.
I The conference was called to
give out information as to the
progress and details of the high highway
way highway plan.
.Eleta said further that as a re.
suit of previous negotiations for
si loan of $16,800,000, ft group of
United States investors have
shown great Interest in other
projects' "being planned by the
government. Among these proj proj-ects:
ects: proj-ects: he said, are .the filling: of
the bay, known as "Project Ga-
lafate," and the improvement ox
Paituia Point and San Migueu
trt for houslnff nurnoses.
, v Because- of the universal 'need
for housing projects of this type
he added, they are not -handled
by the World Bank, but are left
to private capital.
Two Panamanians were' fined
(10- eachf by Judge John X. Dem Dem-ing
ing Dem-ing at Balboa Magistrate Court
today for trespassing at Paral Paral-so
so Paral-so Commissary yesterday. They
were Elfreda Nelson 43 and Eu Eu-seblo
seblo Eu-seblo Abrego, 21, i
A ease against a taxi driver
for speeding en Bruja Road was
dismissed.' Police, alleged that
Loonor campos, 41, was travel travelling
ling travelling at 50 raph In a 40 mph
zone. There was some uncertain uncertainty,
ty, uncertainty, however, about-the accuracy
Of' the police oar speedometer.
DemOstenes Polahco, 23, Pan
amanlan was fined $5 for driv driving
ing driving his station wagon In TJvoli
Avenue without a license. He
was- aim charged with having
no; Canal Zone windshield
sticker. The judge suspended
sentence fornix months on con
dition that he does not commit
a similar, offense within -that
tame.

The
i Judge's Bench

US-Rate Houses In La Boca
Will Be First, Since 1954 ;

; Bids are now beinr solicited
for the construction of iTe. new

Boca ara."The plans and specifications were issued today and

bias are scheduled to be opened

board room of the Administration Building at Balboa Heights. -:
:-- Except for executive fluarters, the new houses are the first
TJ.S.-rate quarters to be built in the Canal Zone since 1954.
They are to replace those units in Balboa which are beinr torn
down for the east approach of the high-level bridge across

the CanaL
The five houses are the first of
93 new U.S.-rate family-quarters
to be built in the proposed new
La Boca townsite. Others will be
constructed duringr 1960 ; and
1961.
- Present plans provide for the
construction of one three-bedroom
and two two bedroom sin
gle-family on the ground ma
sonry houses and two duplex,
two-story, three-bedroom ma
sonry auarters. The work also
will include the construction of
streets, driveways and sidewalks.
Three existing types of Fan
am Canal U.S.-rate quarters
have been used as models for
. the new houses with a major
change being the addition of.
sliding glass doors to connect -the
living room-dining room a-;
rem with an outdoor terrace.
"All of the new 1 houses will
have exposed wood beam ceilings
instead of dropped fiberboard
ceilings; enlarged laundry areas;
and paved terraces slightly larg larger
er larger than those in present hous housing:
ing: housing: ;
,.ln the three-bedroom duplex
TO STIMULATE Isthmians to
visit Costa Rica- for arnival
time, which -starts Dec. 27 and
lasts until Jan.-1, a group of
goodwill- ambassadors, headed ''
by Costa Rica.'s Carnival Queen.
Diana; is spending two days In
Panama.- Sponsored .by the.
Tourist Bureau of Costa Rica,
the visitors will pay a courtesy
visit to President Ernesto de la
Guardia Jr tomorrow morn morning.
ing. morning. The lovely queen is one of
five Central America Queens
who will participate In .the fes festivities
tivities festivities In San JosftiTomorrow
Mr. de la Guardia will give the
group the name of the -Panamanian
girl who will represent
Panama at the carnival.
Coco Solo Council
Elects Peter Foster
For Another Year
In an election of officers at last
night's meeting of the -Coco Solo
Civic Council, Peter W. Poster
was re-elected to serve as- presi president
dent president for another year. - -.
Named to serve with hirrt were
James J. O'Donnell, first vicepre
sident; 'William Egger, second vi
ceoresident; and Ev Brant, treasurer.-
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.The meeting, held at the Break
ers Club in Coco Solo, was' attend
ed by the-12 newly-elected coun
cil -members-as well as the out outgoing
going outgoing group.-
Plans for future" events o be
sponsored bv the council were dis
cussed, including a community
Christmas tree burning party to
be held Jan. 3. The event has a
dual purpose, serving both as a
community get-jogetner and 1 a
safety project, to discourage fires
id scattered areas. -The', burnine
will be conducted in a special
area and' wilt be supervised by
members, of tne fire department
Another civic project planned
for Coco, Solo .will be a visit from
Santa, in the person i of William
Hallowell, on "the '-day before
Christmas. Hallowell, in his de
corated open car, will, travel
through .the streets,' stopping at de
signated places to dispense candy
io tne children. ; ; A
Lost A Bracelet?
Balboa Police-believe thay have
a niece of lost orooertv which mav
be of great sentimental value to
somebody, j it is ,K .gold-colored
chain bracelet with -sorority, pen
nants of Duke University hanging
on it v .s
It was picked up near the Tivoli
Guest House and the owner is in
vited to identify it at Balboa Police
fetation.

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by the Panama Canal Companr

U.S.-rate auarters in the La
tne afternoon or Jan. 5 in the
quarters, the small' half hath,
located upstairs In the existing
336-type house, will be located
downstairs.
In these quarters a maid's
bathroom will he provided for
each of the two families and a
screen will separate the laundry
areas from the terraces.
CODie, of the bid schedules.
drawings, and specifications for
the new quarters buildings may
be obtained in the office of the
designing engineer at Balboa
Heights. -
llWcmbcr Rainfall
In Zone Vafershcd
Well Below llormal
Rainfall for November this year
averaged below '' normal at all
weather stations- -except in the
immediate Pacific coast area, ac
cording to the, report issued, this'
week by- the- Meteorological and
Hydrographic' branch.
The average -rainfall "registered
at Canal Zone, weather stations
within the watershed was 4.31 in
ches below normal and ranged
from 19.40' -inches at.Portobelo to to-6.67
6.67 to-6.67 inches at. Gamboa. ErijoleS
and Barro. Colorado experienced
the driest November on record..
This was- a contrast to the pre
vious month of October when the
average rainfall at 11 weather ta ta-Hons
Hons ta-Hons was' 2.60 inches above nornv
al, Kt , :
-sp'trmuJatfi,mUi vbf-'fne
year continue fo-be.abfw nrfrmai
on both the Pacific- and Atlantic
sides- with 123.43 inches of. rain at
Cristobal' and 72.22. tnche tf. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights," '" t a
, . j i -r.y
1 The average tempera'ur during
the ,montb was 60.3 degrees, or
approximately' one degree above
normal A -maximum of S3 de degrees
grees degrees was recorded- at Balboa
Heights Nov.-28 u
Truck Priver-Gets
Fine For Accident
On Cristobal Rood
The driver of a truck 'which
caused a collision in Cristobal yes
terday appeared at Cristobal Ma Magistrates
gistrates Magistrates Court today chareed with
failing to use care in starting his
vemcie.
He is C. O'Connor Swainson.
35, Panamanian who .was driv
ing, a two-and-a-half ton U.S. Ar Army
my Army truck, when the accident oc
curred on the junction of Mindi
Dairy Road and Bolivar High-
way.
Judge Loren B. Hilisineer fined
him $10 and suspended the "sen
tence, for a year, during which
time Swainson will be on proba
tion.

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STICK; 'EM UP Pint-sized skin diver Dregs: Swift "Abbott -plava
the modern version of the. pretend game of itiioturing'the.vll"
lain, displaying his prowess with the spear .to a' rather-dead
mermi. Th 'flxh'JKvtnailvwas. arjeared' bv Creec's father. Ed

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.AFFAIR OF 'SABRES and-;assorterd military 'mementos were- amomr the possessions of a
handicapped arms collector;. who was arrested last night for illeaal possession of fire firearms.
arms. firearms. Six rifles,- four.- pistol and a half doz en steel' helmets gave the household, display

a D-usinessnne appearance.

Governor Gives PanCanal Hands

DayiOff for-Christmas Recovejy

vmnino nf tna Cfthr organ
ization, together with other.' ISA.
Government employe In- the
United States win enjoy a- nuu nuu-day
day nuu-day Dec. 26. -
Official information.1 regard regard-in,
in, regard-in, the holidav on.thetday af
ter-Christmas wastreewved byH
Canal employes his- wees in
memorandum, issued by Gov. W.
E, Potter v In, which-he called
attention to tne J.xecuuveJir
der Issued by.vsEresident Eisen
hower.
Tne Governor's '-message' In
which Canal employes' are ex
cused from, duty, lec, 4o, ioi-
'By Executive" ofler luaz oi
Nov J28l58 the President has
Hirptrt that emoioves or tne
several executive departments,
indeoendent establishments,
BrA nthur governmental agen
cies, and In the field services
of the respective. departments j
establishments, and agencies of
the Government, except those
who mav for special puoiic; rea
sons be excluded from the pro provisions
visions provisions of this order by. the
heads of their respective de-
nnrtments.' establishments, or
agencies,-, or- those whose ab
sence from dfttv "Would be in
consistent with,-thd .provisions
of existing' law,?shall br excus-
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dS .from- 4ubr- t' Friday, Dec
2ft,. 1958;
Accordingly,, an employes
of the Panama Canal Com
pany and Canal Zone Govern
ment on the f Isthmus except
those who may for special
public reasons be excluded by
the heads of their respective
bureaus or divisions, or whose
absence from duty would be
Inconsistent with the provi provisions
sions provisions of existing law, shall be
excused, from duty on Dec, 26,
1958.
"Whether or not Company-
Government, employes are ex excused
cused excused from duty on Dec. 26,
1958, that day shall be treated
in all cases as an ordinary holiday-
for timekeeping and pay
purposes."
Cristobal Tower
Is Scheduled
For Facelifting
The 125-foot steel' radio tower
located in the Cristobal pier area
is scheduled for renovation, in
cluding a new epat of orange and
white paint. -!,
Bids for the work are now being
solicited by .the, Panama Canal
Comapny and are scheduled to be
opened Dec. 22 in the Administra
tion Building at, Balboa Heights.
The tower, formerly the proper property
ty property of the V.S. Coast Guard, was
transferred to the Aids to Navi Navigation
gation Navigation Section about two years
ago. It is a well-known-landmark
which is located Jn the Cristobal
mole directly opposite Pier, Six,;?-
In addition to the fresh strip striped
ed striped coat of orange- and white paint,
the renovation .work 'will include
the replacement of; all bolts in the
tower structure.
Ailing Baby Boy
Gels Emergency Aid
From CZ Firemen
Oxygen was administered today
to a M-month-oif Panamanian
babv bv firefighteri' from the
Balboa Central Station who- an
swered an emergency call from
th e.st ferry ramp. 1
The call for aid; received at the
station at 8:38 -a.m., reported
that the babv bor amwared to be
suffering from lunr congestion
and was havine difficultv breath
ing. The little boyf Pacifico' Ellas
Guevara, jr. was taken to Santo
Tom as Hospital. "He was with his
mother,-Sgra Guevara.
-.Under the direction of Fire Sgt.
Robert C, Heald, the fireman ad administered
ministered administered oxypen until the arriv arriv-al
al arriv-al .of Dr. D. J. Schneider from
Gorga-i Hospital.
' After the emergency treatment,
the ailing, baby was-taken to San Santo
to Santo Tonus Hospital In a private
caav-v

Arms Collection
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Seized In City,
TwoArrcsted
Seven rifles, four pistols and
other small arms were seiied by
the National Guard last meht at
the home of an arms collector on
31st Street in the Exposition
grounds. ;
The owner, Miguel Gaudeano
Ruiz, 31, whose legs are partially
paralyzed,, was arrested for the
illegal possession of arms.
Taken into custody, -also was a
friend of Ruiz, who was present in
the latter home. He is Germinal
Monleon Edo, 28, formely a cadet
lieutenant at the Polytechnic
School in Guatemala. He is now an
auditor with the Social Security
administration in Panama.
After being taken before a po police
lice police judge, Ruiz and Monleon Were
turned over to the District Attor Attorney
ney Attorney for an investigation of their
case.
Six steel helmets were among
the arms collection which includ included
ed included some ammunition, clips, knives
and other arms, s well as various
parts of military -uniforms.
The arms collection was display displayed
ed displayed in a case at Ruiz' home.

Col. Bruce Ordered To Walter Reed;
New Health Director Is Col. Faison

Col. Charles Bruce. Canal
Zone Health Directo., who this
month is completing three and a
half years of service with the Ca Ca-Aal
Aal Ca-Aal organization, has been reas reassigned,
signed, reassigned, to' duty with Walter Reed
Army Medical Center .in Washins-
ton, D. C. ;
News of his new assignment has
just been received from, the Ar
my Surgeon General's Office.
Bruce is presently in Washington
on otnciai business in connection
with the Falfc report and study.
Col. Thomas G. f aison, now
Gorgas Hospital: Director, will sUc
ceed Btfuce as : Health Director
here. fy,v V';'
Bruce -has: served in the Zone
during-a critical period for the
Zone hospital and health work. At
the time of bis. a"i'-' h s.1k
polio vaccine had just become a-
vailable and its va)iuiiu u. e
quired much of his attention dur during
ing during the first few months of his
service.
Otae of the major events concern concerning
ing concerning public, health in the Canal
zone during his duty here was tne
consolidation t of all. hospitals un under
der under the- Canal Zone-, government.
This major -undertaking was ac accomplished
complished accomplished in uch an orderly
manner as to evoke high praise
for the Health Bureau.
The long-range planning for the
health and hospitalization pro program
gram program has been carried forward
entirely during Bruce' s serivce.
This, resulted in a 'study by vr
Isldeor Falk,
internationlly
known-hospital consultant and me

Some

Will Get

Good Pay Raises
In Coming Year
Non-US-citizen employes of the Canal organization

and the military services were speculating today as to who
of their number will be amona the 10 percent or so whs

will receive worthwhile raises

ing tne early part et 1959.
United States government sources have repeatedly
stated that the chief results if the application of the
single wage scale to become effective in January were al always
ways always designed to be long-term rather than immediate.
The average immediate gain for local-rate work workers
ers workers has been projected at $1.37 per week. Many will get
no raises.

But several hundred Panamanians perhaps as many
as 600 or 800 will get decidedly fatter pay checks after
the new scales applies in 1959, Most of them are in catego categories
ries categories that require considerable training, and most are em employed
ployed employed by the armed forces.
Canal and military authorities are studying President
Eisenhower's order of yesterday putting the new scale in into
to into effect. Labor people are awaiting the text for study

it is- expected that a state statement
ment statement giving further details of
When and how the ainerl wave
J plan will vbe put into, operation
Caharzonev personnel JElicles
Coordinating Bpard. '. -,
The board I, scheduled, to
meet today to discuss the plan
in the liarht of the exernttvp
Body Of Sergeant
Who Drowned Flies
To Minnesota Today
The body of Sgt. Myron D. Horn
who drowned Sunday afternoon in
the Rio Hato area, is scheduled
to leave the Canal Zone this even
ing for Euclid. Minn., where fu funeral
neral funeral services are to be held.
Sgt. Ray Schilling, of Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters Company, 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, has
been designated as escort. Also
making the trip to the States by
air will be Sgt. Horn's widow,
Brunhilde, and their three chil children,
dren, children, Joann, 10; Walter, and
Heidi, 2.
Sergeant Horn, w!io was a mem member
ber member of A Company, 1st Battle
Group, 20th Intantry, was on a
training exercise, at Hato and
apparently slipped while crossing
the Farallon River.
dical economist, on Zone health
facilities. His report was received
eany uus year and much of the
work in the Health Director's of office
fice office this year has been devoted 'o
plans for implementing various re recommendations
commendations recommendations of Dr. Falk.
Bruce was on duty as military
assistant to Secretary of the Ar Army
my Army Robert T. Stevens when he
was asssigned to his post here.
He succeeded Brig. Gen. Don
Longfellow.
Bruce is a native of Nebraska
and received his medical degree
from the University of Nebraska.
He is also a graduate of the Ar Army
my Army Medical Field Service and a' a'-tended
tended a'-tended the Army Medical School.
and holds the degree 0! Master of
Public Health from Johns Hopkins
University.
Next Two Months
Quota Of Draftees
Down To 9,00C
WASHINGTON IWj 1 fUPIl
the Defense Department yester-J
day ordered 9,000 draftees for the
Army during February, the same
total as for January.
Draft calls for September
through' December this year have
been 11.000 a month. The Februa
ry inductions will bring the total I
draft since the stsrt of the &o-
- 'reaa war to 2,414,430.

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in their pay envelopes dur
order signei by President ffisen-

The. nlan. ,Ki f ,..1...

lmplementaen of tto'lBM
mon-Eisenhower Tvatr
videaf for a ainffU .0.1. x
Irrespective of nationality and
also equality pf opportanity.
A tfpokesmanr fnr Tjirtl OUT
APL-CIO said today that there
'VOU d bC CO p,nmmit unfit
they had studied the wordina:
of the executive order.
"There mirht h.
changes in the -executive order
which will allow benefits to be
icio more wmeiy, but we will
'7 opecmaw too much,
added.
he
Chrijlmas Clemency
By de la Guardia
Frees 28 From Jail
Punishment was lifted yester yesterday
day yesterday by President Ernesto de la
Guardia, Jr., for 28 men who were
in jail in Panama on political
charges. Some had been incarcer incarcerated
ated incarcerated since the arms traffic case
of last September.
Others had been sentenced to
90-day terms in connection with
agitation- and disorder during.. the
Nov. 3 Independence Day observ observance.
ance. observance. Among the latter was Andres E.
Cantillo, a schoolteacher who is
also secretary general of the city city-wide
wide city-wide Students Federation.
The lifting of punishment, which
came in the nature of Christmas
clemency, was "a contribution
to the peace and tranquility of
the country." the President said
m signing the decree. ...
me complete list of those whose
freedom was ordered hv th
is: Nicolas A. D'Anello Pittl, As
dres Eusebio Cantilo Murillo. -Sfc.
nastian Alberto Quiroz Hernandez,
Bias Bloise Calderoa. Hermenegil.
do Cortez Castro, Jose Sen Casti Castillo,
llo, Castillo, Luis Antonio Delgado Gonza Gonzalez,
lez, Gonzalez, Eliseo Alvarez Escartin, Jost
P. Munoz Moreno, Luis E. Chan Chan-deck
deck Chan-deck Sper, Mauro -Lasso Ortiz,
Marcos A. Roririeuez Soli, Fernan Fernando
do Fernando Montufar Jordan, Carlos Chang
Marin, Hector Dutary -Bst, Carlos
A. Morales, Kayser Miranda. Do Do-lidoro
lidoro Do-lidoro Pinzott. Pericles Antnnin t t-jasinos.
jasinos. t-jasinos. Ralnh F--','",1''V-1 y
rique Antonio Morales, Riesrdo
Fulgencio Lasso. Rodrio . ja
Castrellon. Juan B. Morales,. Ben Ben-hur
hur Ben-hur Sclonis Ramos.- David Aneui.
zola, Alfredo Arango and Gilbert1
Anntonid Pitt. .-
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DAYS TO
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JV Tks sswisaaer auumci n mpaniisilitr fsr statamsRH st sslnisM
"2 MrsMS' is Istten frsm rsas'sn.
THE MAIL BOX

WHAT'S MEETING NOW?

Bit:

Thought a mystic group of some kind had been formed when
CFN Radio's announcer began lining out the news on who would
meet where
This gentlemen informed us that the new Mist Matick (with
accent on the tick) society would gather together. Not til the
very end, when he said members would bring their coins, did I
- get the pitch.

CENTRAL

Sir:
The Mail Box serves a useful purpose. On occasion it offers
(aside from one's spouse) an outlet for the pent-up individual to
blow-down a dangerous head of steam without fear of reproach. By
this, I don't infer fear of relatiatory measures, but rather that sub submitting
mitting submitting a letter to the "gripers' eolumn" tends to unburden and
soothe one down, and in most all instances restrains tbe writer from

Scarring the wrath and ridicule

eiaies o,ue 10 usual ana loiai aosurany pi ms logic, vmsusucs nsvc
proven a letter written hastily, or in a moment of anger upon after afterthought,
thought, afterthought, is silently repented by its author.
Renlyins to a Maix Box item, particularly an unsigned letter.

Ja,.most unwise and rarely serves

implicated bv association within th letter headed "Central Labor
fBPoB,' by "Captive Zonial" (Mail Box, Pe?. f),; I felt the need of

aWiilvin nntwichri Vnv httsr indffment ''

r For obvious reasons the lail Box is hardly the "pfac to air or
tfdblicly discuss topics of the nature outlined-bfyv"Captive'.Zonian".
"I'm of the belief the individual who submits inch an article for pub pub-Mearion
Mearion pub-Mearion does so not to seek informttionrinsJ;sad for ona (or more)
2f liv reasons. r-'.:7
fe-'-l. To blow-off steam or his big .nouthv' : V.
IH S. As a sounding board . ;
S. The urge to see his or her handiwork in print.
?!; Srrives to create, or set forth a situation, then rests back in
JJlipes that "George" (poor thap) will be galvanized lto action and
frv the issue on for him.
S. A remedial counter-measure.
At the risk of sounding facetious, let me say at the outset if
"Captive Zonian" sincerely harbors a misconceived sense of being
a captive rmployee, I suggest he relinquish his birthright, since in
my estimation he is undeserving of the benefits of his heritage.
I would, iudge his letter slots neatly into item No. 4. He asks to
be enlighte- a d I would suggest he attend his local and council
meetings. Yet. .1 gather from-the tone and text of his. letter this
would cause him undue strain, therefore,' with reluctance, my per personal
sonal personal opinions follow:
He numerically lists three questions, th( igh lie seeks answers
1 to seven He suse'ribes to the theory "No supervisor in the em em-.ploy
.ploy em-.ploy of the Canal or defense agencies should hold office in the CLU
i-and MTS." I am, in agreement that no individual can conscientious conscientious-ly:aerve
ly:aerve conscientious-ly:aerve two masters. "Captive Zonian" refrains however, from de de-f
f de-f Yimnn hi irtrnrittinn nf a ."sunervisor." The term and title

f 'superv1sr,,, as u.ied In many

jPpandied about, in seeking support of an issue, one should ne specific.
jSw-j? -'"Captive Zonian" Is Jn opposition to "the holdin of four officers
bjrielegates of the same or allied unions." The Council has in past
Clears been similarly dominated with a like number of officers from
.the same craft-with nd ill effects, lncidently, who, and where is this
jxeessive number, of xompetent and available men "Captive Zonian"
PUtakes reference M When the well runs dry, wishful thinking has
Jjet to quf nch a thirst
'-He suggests, an inducement be created in order to entice cer cer-tain
tain cer-tain individuals back into the fold." Sounds contradictory to me. He
e 'has said he ooooses the current trend wherein four members of the

jf .-'aame vocation, are holding, office

f,c6n)netent officer material is idle. Would eight' more prospective
candidates correct the situation? I need no additional inducements,
and I am available.
By "Caotive Zonian's" own admittance, he has qualified the
eight men mentioned in his letter as being capable and experienced

representatives. Further, he asks
come active participants in labor
consideration that organized labor
Zone of which he claims to be
He is making a plea for these

- after he has disarmed them of

which contributed in making the
. "solidarity." I might mention

secrets, this solidarity is noticeably lacking as Of late. George,

if "Captive Zonian" is not aware, has long since retired. Therefore,
the days of simply paying ones dues, and confidentially sitting back,

knowing that "George will take

Mure often than not, my thinking, labor-wise, differs in many

respects from the thinking of the
ijn'c" letter T kiv

V closely connected with each of them to the extent that I can say to
' "Captive Zonian" that not all (if any) of us have been kicked up

stairs. 1 can also assure him many of us are still vitally concerned
with and over the welfare of ths Canal employe, back-stairs gossip

.notwithstanding
"Captive Zonian's" meaning

aibility of our having joined ranks with the Administration, or vice vice-!
! vice-! versa. I most certainly am part of the Canal organization. If not.

my wages are being drawn under
ne specuic.
Finally, I charge that either
formation on this issue be second
""his letier cannot produce evidence

mere nave Deen threats v actions, reprisal in nature for active par participation
ticipation participation in Canal Zone labor activities. To clarify matters, I wish

to state publicly, t am not one of

speak for themselves. Here again, "Captive Zonian" hides behind
vagueness.
During the course of my 16 years oh the Isthmus I have in one
phase or another been engaged in union affairs on the lowestas well

as ine nignest levels .nssible. I

ed with, alongside and when the occasion warranted I have

lougbt the present as well as
long. While prolabor, I refuse

while attemots are being made to use "labor" as a subterfuge to
create an implied situation which does not exist. The caie of the
Council's founding father "Bill Hushing" (1921) except. Reprisals,
poppycock. I say put up, or shut up.
I challenge "Captive Zonian" or others to furnish me one shred
. of tarjible evidence of anyone havlne been coerced, or hsvinif had

..renrial acHon taken against them for legitimate labor activities. I
fj3Hl( then at no cost whatsoever to thos concerned, devote my time
E3M Personal funds, be it here or in Washington, to see that this
lsituj:tion is remedied, and if merited, instigate action to recompense
rjthose'so entitled. I can be contacted by calling 5-3M-r
, -'SMly wa" nf closinf. let me ard it maw K rwrdin if all of us

jh would scrutinize not what we Jack in organized lahr here, but how
tfest I'ti'i' what we have. I'm ding my part. How about "Cap-Zonian"?

I.''. 4Utt

jjljigt week a job analyst from Stateside wa at Rodman. I do
fciiofe consider he tot a fair chance to sneak to the emrlnves, r
discuss their work, because shop superiors' used up so much' of his
time taking him into a corner and bri"washi him.
I'anv of us emnloves feel sorre of these shoo suoervisora bMitt
td in Local Rnes, givinf the lob analyst the impression that they
only accomolished menial tasVs. Had he been pivsn a chance to see
for himself, he could have leaned that loc'-rate mechanics are
ffiup'' t and In aome cases better than te US-rate mchanics at
the Itorlmaii faa. The same story in other shops.

J i-a ip annni unr Lncai naters wert- ?
. desl H ta Put".c Works Pp'-tn't. A lot rf ro""'"i
,'n",,( h "Jb: vf K. W. Wne. who is well,'-n
f Ji''' rorne8. '-liieV him one of

., f io ?M t M be about time

' tiiomniahdiiig officers the station

l.
set fwife?

' '.. '" '.i i'h hm' n-lrfiii iss. tsi !tssisiisaJinasnhlVlhiTft'r'-'tr-1J '''h-' sfl..js- ltm .t..

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of his supervisor andor his asso-
any beneficial purpose. However,
agencies locally is used' loosely and
simultaneously, While an excess of
that these men once again be
activities. He has not taken, into
(I use the term loosely) on the
a part, may not need or want us.
gentlemen to help fight his battles.
their weapons. The very instrument
aforementioned men effective was
in passing without- divulging trade
care of it, has pased into oblivion.
gentlemen named in "Captive Zon-
jklt.hjar llMirlrArt urilh evr h.ua Kaan
escapes me when he cites the pos
false circumstances. I say again,
"Captive Zonian." or should his in
- hand, the three men indicated in
to suppport their allegations that
the three The others will have to
have compromised, bargained, work
past administrations hard, loud and
to sit quietly, and close my eyes
Louis S. Dimiani.
AHAI..IB13
Local Raters weri eiven a souare
"fng is coir" on
l-nnwn bv on
the most-liked
has had
Scherlock Bolmes

Labor News
.And ,:vj.
Comments

By VICTOR RIISKL
NEW YORK It could have!
been in any one of a .hundred
uiiauleuiwno. U.S.A. but we,
can start tracing this story whko
will smash its way into one of tne
biggest headlines of 1960'a preai-
ucuumI election m Hamilton, unio.
lucre tne head of a paper com
pany recently called in bis pubuc
leiouons executive ana s.a, uo,
East, young man, and learn from
tne experts now io get our enure
t.nn iuto "practical politics.'
We're going to give labor a race
for its money, manpower and
know how."
The P.R. man flew East. Ht en
treucueu at tne Waldorf-Astoria.
He quized the expert. But he
came too early. Two weeks later
he could have sat with 3,000 other
execui ves in tne same hotel. They
filled the ballroom. But there was
not much gaiety.
These businessmen, from the
Main Streets, were the delegates
to the 63rd Congress' of American
Industry, run" by1 the National As--sociation
of Manufacturers. They
heard blunt talk newsmaking
blunt talk
They were exhorted to start sel-
mg "conservatism" to the vot voters
ers voters in their communities as bard
as they sell their wares to their
customers. For the first time, tbe
NAM, battle force of the Republic Republicans,
ans, Republicans, political punching bag of la labor
bor labor ever since the first dues stamp
unveiled a trim '59 political mo model
del model for the 'M payoff race with the
well-tested Democratic-Labor ma
chine.
For the first time, NAM leaders
disclosed that they had been in
automated politics. In 13 regions
their political operation had been
quietly active. "Battle blooding,"
it was called by NAM Executive
Vice President Charles R. Sligh,
Jr. .,.
Mr. Sligh pouhdelt the. podium,
after listemhjg the pros Ds Ds-mocratic
mocratic Ds-mocratic Paul Butler' and Repub
lican Meade Alcorn and said
this had better work or the liber liberals
als liberals "would make all citizens care
fully regulated wards of the state
on One big national Indian reser
vation." Sligh's talk Was a war
whoop which will re-echo through
the decorous executive suites of
the land.
"It has been two full years
since NAM began to pioneer in the
field of public affairs, Sligh
said, "with the aim of recuiting
the managerial and technical fa
mous of American businessmen to
the ca u s of : conservatism
through practical politics."
Mr. Sligh revealed that the
NAM had hired a top flight
political .research organization. It
did not spread out like the AFL AFL-ClQ's.
ClQ's. AFL-ClQ's. Cbmmittee on Political E
ducation (COPE) which backed
some 300 candidates (five of them
Republicans). But the VAM
practical! politics" machine oper
ated out of five divisions, broken
into 13 regional offices.
Its research consultants analvz
ed every state, country, district
and precinct in the nation. Where
there seemed to be a chance for
conservative candidates, the orwr-
ation began. It was headed by an
overall Director of Public Affairs.
The NAMA distributed a "six
weeks seminar study course kit
For "in-plant and community edu
cation in direct comoetition fn
labor's politicking. The kit was,
of course, aimed at middle man
agement and supervisory person personnel.
nel. personnel. It was so desiened that small
Plant owners could merse their if
forts just as small unions joined
in one uura onve.
jui. align aamineo it was an
amateurish effort." But he urep-l
the businessmen to eo forth nH
ao cattle for conservatism. They
win.
We certainly will hear next frnm
waiter Reuther.
Transfer Of Serov
No Major SHeiio,
Say Foreign Experts
MOSCOW. Dec. 11 (UPIT For
eign observers earned today
against any conclusion that the
transfer of Secur'v cHie' Gen.
Ivan Serov to another post mea'it
a bis shakeup or a change of do domestic
mestic domestic policy.
They said there was every rea reason
son reason to believe the Red army
general, who has been "erv close
to Premier Nikita S. Khruschev,
would take over a ew and im important
portant important job in the Kremlin hier hierarchy.
archy. hierarchy. There was speculation in Mos
cow over whethe" te shift, an announced
nounced announced in a routine, 28-word
communioue on the back pages
of the Moscow press, meant a
oromotion. a demotion or just a
routine shift.
But the consensus was that Ser Serov
ov Serov would hold a high-ranking po position,
sition, position, since he now is a member
of the Supreme Soviet -Parliament
and the Central Committee
of the Communist Party.
His new job and the name of
his successor as security chief
orobably will be announced short shortly.
ly. shortly. On the basis o the wording of
the official communique announc
ing t"t he hd een relieved as
security chief, observers said
there was no'hing to ind'eate any
significant changes in policy or a
personnel shakeuo.
Serov is a professional soldier,
a graduate of Frunze Military
Acadeir-v. the West Point o
civiet Union, and during -World
War IT he held important front
lino commands.
Although a member of the Cen Centra'
tra' Centra' Committee he has not been
active in oolifal work, roncen roncen-trs'ing
trs'ing roncen-trs'ing primarily en security affairs.

Walter Wincheli

MIMOS OF A 611. FRIDAY:
Dear WW:. When: we fiwt hinted
tbat firando was- dating France
M.iv.n f .'fiiuis Wone" many
week! ago, I lhawt, it was "one
of those press-agent thmgs". .But
Marlon's friends teu me ne com commutes
mutes commutes from the Coast every week
end to see her. .Janie Dorsay,
wife of the late Tommy, ana Jonie
Taps, chief of Columbia riciurea
Recoras, appear io ue e'uu.
Rock Hudson is jtcting like one of
the bears with "Goldilocks" dancer
Patti Nestor. '. .Eivis Presley's' new
heararaction in Germany is. bal ballet
let ballet dancer Janice Estell, an Amer
ican. :Joan uennens aausmer
Melinda (divorcing Don liayaeni
does the boites with Bart Ross
. .Brigitte Bardot now dates A A-merican
merican A-merican iaiz singer Johnny Adams
around Pan. .We already said

nainier ano urate wcie uui "jir,.j

opeiunx nig111 iu
Drum song ,Decause u was iear
ea tney a aeir.cv x....
a J J i 'a.' fha iknili

So they see it tomorrow nignt w.inpUyer t 7g jpeed n(, Qut Comeg

designer Vera Maxwell.
The Radio City Music Hal1
Rockettes sent a note about your
item on Nov. 18th. That they higii higii-kick
kick higii-kick at the rate of 20 kicks per
minute. This started quite a con controversy
troversy controversy in the dressing rooms, so
they, timed it and founo;. that at
a normal tempo they can do 80
kifcks per minute. "Sincp," says
their communique, "you have
shown such an interest in- our
group over the years, and as a
matter of record, we thought
you'd like to know that your es estimate
timate estimate is very conservative."
The City of New York aSsinged
i female to assist Prince Rainier
and Grace in their hotel suite
while here. Did pressing and other
menial chores. Hotel sources say
they didn't know whether or not
she was a police woman, but they
assumed so. .The Satevepost as assigned
signed assigned Maurice Zolotow to sha shadow
dow shadow Maria Callus for a series. ,1
hear the real reason the Met bounc
led her was .to show other Jemps

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Alterations .
iES .lcuTOCWrOX
Y

In
raments that their finger-snapping
attitude wouldn t be tolerated, no
matter how big they think they
are. .Curious blunder inthe "re
luctant Debutante" movie. The
most colorful scene (changing of
the guuard) takes place in the
evening. It only happens in the
morning. And it was passed by
the British censor, the Army and
the War Office!
Letter from Lisbon informs us
that the Carnival in Estoril (Port (Portugal),
ugal), (Portugal), the Paradise for Lovers,
isn't advertising the line any mqia
That it invites a world famous
happy couple. Because so many
have blown up. During the past
few years they honored as perfect
marriages: Aly Khan and Rita
Hayworth, Curt Jurgens and Eva
Bartok, Rex Harrison and Lili
er,- Frank Sinatra and Ava
ner. .singer Jackie Martin
is getting costly phone calls-from
J. Mathis in Australia. .Have a
i ,hu,kle. Trv FranM. Fava ion8.
Louis Prima!
Greyhound's new management
is planning several large changes
They will drop sponsorship of
their top teevee show, drop the
ad agency and they will spin off
their Car Rental Division. Tnik
was all decided at- a secret meet.
ing in Chicago,; not yet announced
.The Little Club is' first in with
New Year's Eve pricesv-$15 per
person, if you please. .At least
12 movie stars had their recording
deals cancelled in the past few
weeks. Their personalities on the
screen proyed costly failures when
transferred to dies.. How's this
for loyalty?" Brigitte's film pro producer,
ducer, producer, Raoul Levy, has no con
tract with her. They operate on
a verbal agreement.
Quite a scene at the airport when
Anna Marie Alberghetti and Bud
dy Bregman embraced for the long
est time before he flew back to
the coast. Both wept. It was no
aeUas there were no photogs pre-
sent. .Ex-Warner starlet Peggy

NEA Service, lc

New York
Moore, now Arthur Murray 'i pret prettiest
tiest prettiest daace tutor, weds a Vic Tan Tan-ny
ny Tan-ny instructor Christmas Dav.
Rhoda Borggnine, ex-wife of the
star, is stepping out with a wealthy
jcweicr. .uomar. W. R
Anaersons book. "Nsutllut
on'
North," will have a 1irXnH
of 35,000 when World unveils it in
Jan. Shirley MacLaine can play
the life of Amelia Earharf in th
- o
picture about the flying heroine.
usi youngsters think Earhart is
the name of luggage. .Joan Bi Bishop,
shop, Bishop, star pianist at One Fifth,
drove to Elkton to elope with
Canadian tycoon and then got cold
Ricky Nelson they say, has in inherited
herited inherited over half of the teen-agers
who were Presley's fans. .Carl
Mgman had 3 songs on the Hit
Parade in one week. "All In The
Game "The -Day The Rin'
Cme, and his oldie, "Civiuza'-'
t'on .The Dasiina- nf 4.i.
Award winner Frank wnin
minds me that he betnwt ilruiH
us JLtW0 sonS monumentSf "Be-
ymia ine Blue Horizon" and "Sing. "Sing.-You
You "Sing.-You Sinners". .Though they plan
a divorce C.ary Grant ordered Bet Betsy
sy Betsy Drake's Yule gift from a Park
Avenue jeweler.. ."Music Man"
COmiC ISffie WolfintrtAn hi. J-..
off, flies down to. Palm Beach to
Mteil 'M, P,?z Dretty ctress
w .if1 oinciana Playhouse
. .Errol Flynn may undergo sur surgery
gery surgery for long-time back trouble. .
Lauren Bacall said it: "French-
maulYt8" yUr hand' Amrins
Madelin Copeland, who recently
married Peggy Joyce's widoer
(Andrew Meyer), writes, us that
Sll vei-yPPy. And that
she wild never forget the security
she had in the past I years work work-ing
ing work-ing on the Runyon Fund staff
Her husband, she says, is a, doll.
That her friend Peggy Joyce in introduced
troduced introduced them. .Andy, she says,
s wis Kino of a man. His hi i
surprise for her at their wedding
r that
your sweat
:-.'.if!-i

criie .Wasiikigtoii
Merry- Go Round
DREW PRAHSON

WASHINGTON Caught 1n the
lew economy squeeze, the Army
and Wavy ganged up on the Air
rorce last week and tried to aave
their own, budgets by, urging a itj
billion slash in air power. Thu
would have left the ; Air Force
wita virtually' no. money to... buy
new", planes. ; --" ... v3... -, i ,:
The oneinal budget v requests
from the three services added up
to JS7 billion. After one glance at
the tdtal, Secretary' of iDefense
Neil; McElroy .aentf the requests
back for further whittling. ? ?
Meanwhile budget boss Maurice
Stans set a drastic $39J billion
limit on what the"' Armed Forces
should spend next year. ,f
They were still 36 billion over
me limit wnen tne top Drass rroro
each service were ummoneu to
MCJEiroy's office last week to pre present
sent present their final figures. 1 :
Taking turns on the earoeted
battlefield, fiscal forces from the
Army, Navy, and Air Force fought
to the last decimal point for their
budgets. The most stubborn resist
ance was put up by-Gen. Max Maxwell
well Maxwell Taylor, the Army chief, who
pleaded eloquently that the Ar
my s wants couldn't be cut.:
!Max, you. know-better than to
tell roe your budget is so perfect
my Doys can t find anything to
trim," McElroy chided. "You
don't expect me to believe that
the other services goofed and on
ly your budget is faultless."
AIR POWIR SLASH?
But with scarcely a splutter,
Taylor kept up the verbal attack.
He insited that airplanes are
obsolete; therefore the $6 biliion
should be taken out of aircraft
procurement. Although he urged
more money for missiles, he call
ed for a. reversal in' priontv
from total-war to brush-fire wea-
was arranging a special hookup
from their home in Conn, to Texas
so that her beautiful dauehter
Jackie could hear every word of
tne ceremony.
Tex MacCrary thanks vou for
. .i .
"'"i!.0"
k k ui invu j vru uiuii i u,sr
it in the paper. He says the Trib
assigned him to find a rich hus
band, which he did. That he ar
ranged the sale of the paper to
Ambassador Jock, Whitney s and
that he got no broker's' fee,r lie
says "mission accomplished,", and
would you please put in the paper
. .Remember Joan Martin, pret
ty person, in that vice raid?: She
was acquitted, as you know.
Lawyers for a top film firm went
to bat for her.
Playwright John Osborne,! whose
"Epitaph for Georee Dillon' clos
ed despite fanatic support! from
several critics, complained jib a
London interviewer: "If you have
a straight, serious play with no
stars and you don't please Mr.
Brooks Atkinson of the N.' Y.
Times, you've really had it. You're
just writing for one man's plea-
ouxv nxucu I1ICS
down to Miami Beach just to have
her teeth fixed if it's skewpts
you're looking for. .Mine Chiang
Kaish;k told friends that John
Edgar Hoover "is the most excit exciting
ing exciting American" she's met. .Ru .Rumors
mors .Rumors around CBS is that the net network
work network is buying out the Book-of
the-Month Club in a multi-million
dollar deal. . Didn't we use this
once? "The only thing you can
trust in pants is a lamb chop."
Ysor Girl Friday
CLEAN WINDOW
TOKYO (UPI) The window
washers at the Isetan department
store .in Tokyo did too good a
job yesterday. A 15-year old boy
walked right through a 190-square-
foot glass wall in the entrance to
the Store. The boy was uninjured.
har
nothings

r The gift that tohitpen of
deepest affection; that she'll
wear on ell her drst-up oc
cations for years and years
to come.

CINTR AL A Ml RICA'S
LIADINO JIWILLIRS

Across from the Chase Manhattan Bank

.if J -A,

pons. He argued that A ft' u ssia

would not risk World War III but
might attempt piecemeal, aggrea- 1
lion.
Following the Army behind Mc- -Elroy's
doors, Secretary of the
Navy Thomas Gates and Adm. .;
Arleigh Burke pounded the same
theme. They stressed th need
for naval, power to fight limited
wars,' aunougn tney didn t peuttJe
air power.,, f
Sneaking' later" forfhs' Air
Force, Secretary James Douglag
and Gen. Curtis LeMay warned
against weakening r our t Sunday
punch. Only our ability to. retali
ate can prevent Russia frnm rilr.
ing total war, they reminded Mc McElroy.
Elroy. McElroy. Gen. Thomas Power? com commander
mander commander of -our bomber y f 1 e e t.
pleaded that be needed more, not
fewer,., planes. v s.,.,' --.kv --
"You aren't s being mueh nelp,
complained McElroy. "I have to
cut, and you. aren't helping me."
u uu oiu, incciruy aeciaea lit
trim the budeet with s thrm-Hff.
ed knife.. Rathef than take the
full $6 billion cut out of the Air
rorce, ne slashed all the servic services.
es. services. He acted on the advie nf ths
Joint Chiefs' weapons evaluation
experts who claimed olanea wmiM
be the backbone of our striking
force for another, five years.
TRIPLI CUT
What to cut hasn't been finally
determined. However, here is how
the economy, edict will likely af
feet the three services:
1. The Army's modernization
program will be sharolv curtailed.
despite the fact that Arab rebels
m Lebanon Tiad better rifles 4han
our. own GIs. At least one divi division
sion division will have to be deactivated,
leaving, only U divisions to match
the Red Army' 174V
2. The Navy will probably
scrap or mothball three dozen
ships. The admirals will also-ha vi
to decide whether to sacrifice as
atomic-powered carrier or cut
down on atomic submarines.. They
will probaWy choose to retain thi
carrier, which, ilf more vulnerabli
to attack but more glittering t
command. This will leave oui
submarine strength at one sixtl
the size of Russia's undersea undersea-fleet.
fleet. undersea-fleet. 3. Tne Air Force will, slow down
production of the Bomarc, a re re-markable
markable re-markable anti aircraft, missile
which has actually scored hits a-
gainst' X-10 rockets streaking in into
to into the atmosphere at ultra-sonie
speeds. The .production of V im
long-range interceptors and oS-SI
medium -range bombers, will als
be curtailed,
All three services will also try
to save money by reducing re repairs
pairs repairs and replacements.
Already pilots have complained
mat .they Jhaye heen forced to bail
out. of their planes becadft of in in-adequate
adequate in-adequate maintenance. B e f o r e
Adm. Felix Stumo left the Pad.
fie command, he complained ut
terly that his equipment was
wearing out.
President Eisenhower has order
ed these defense uts despite a a-larming
larming a-larming evidence that Russia it
ahead of us in military strength.
The 6325-mile flight of our giant
Atlas missile only dramatized the
fact that Russia fired her first
intercontinental missile two sum summers
mers summers ago.
The Soviet also launched a
3000-pound sputnik a year1 ago, a
feat we won't be able to duplicate
until late 1959. Now reports from
behind the Iron Curtain indicate
Russia has developed an atomic atomic-powered
powered atomic-powered bomber while our own
project has been strangled by red
tape and budget" cuts.
In conventional weapons, Soviet
strength is even more overwhelm overwhelming.
ing. overwhelming. Our top military men are
far more alarmed than they are
permitted to admit to thr public
over the increasing signs that
the USA. is fast becoming a see-,
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Conference To Bar Surprise Attack
Edges Nearer To Failure In Geneva

INEVA, Dec' 11 (UPI) The
10-nation Conference nv-prevention"
of "Sin-prise Attack edged
Closer towards failure today after
renewed east and west clash on
Its working plani
The conference met for little
over an hour and adjourned until
tomorrow without having advanc advanced
ed advanced an inch.

Western and eastern conference

sources said after the meeting
there was '"no change" in the
' four-week-old deadlock, nor was
there any progress : in sight. ..
Informed sources cautioned that
nly a switch in' Russia's stand
could, have' the conference now
from foundering.
Canadian delegation chief t. Da Dana
na Dana Wilgress, Speaking for the west
at today's meeting, again urged
the Soviet block to agree to discus discussions
sions discussions on technical issues of sur surprise
prise surprise attack prevention and de-lection,-'
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Rusii"1luhtly warned the Unit United:.
ed:. United:. States 'and Britain yesterday
the type of nuclear test ban con controls
trols controls demanded by the West were
un-acceptable to the Soviet Union.
The Soviet'' warning, : broadcast
by "Moscow -radio and "monitored

taised here ;by two Straight. So..
viet-Western agreements 4 on 'key
test aa teeft clauses. I,
It increased fears there might
be a catch to Russia's .surprise
agreement in Monday's confer conference
ence conference session to cooperate in an
eventual 'control organization that
would be set up police a ban
on nuclear testing, v r
Yesterday's Soviet warning de declared
clared declared flatly the West'j conditions
Concerning the nature of the test
ban control organization "are un unacceptable
acceptable unacceptable to the Soviet govern government."
ment." government."
Russia's acceptance of the con control
trol control principle in the three power
talks had marked a decisive
change in Soviet policy. But West Western
ern Western sources considered the real
test of Russian sincerity was the
type of control organization Mos Moscow
cow Moscow was ready to accept,'
The nuclear conference yester yesterday
day yesterday cancelled its scheduled ses session
sion session to permit the West to study
Russia's proposal on just how it
believed the control organization
should go about its supervisory
work.
East and West Monday night
presented rival plans on the struc structure
ture structure and working procedure of the
policing body that wil be the core
of any control system for a test

ban agreement. The plans suffered
wiaely on tudamental points.
Britain and the United States
proposed-a' truly international or-i
ganization with the three' nuclear

powers ar its permanent member'

in an executive committee, other
nations would be elected to mem membership,
bership, membership, 'v v
The West want the organiza organization
tion organization to nave, veto-free- authority
to speed ; stand-by inspection
teams to any area of suspected
test ban violation.
The Soviet plan, however, pro proposed
posed proposed a veto-bound organization,
with such a veto applying to all
derisons on "subtances.'V" This
stipulation virtually could para paralyze
lyze paralyze control powers of the-body.

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Talks Of Violence J
ACCRA, Dec". .11' (UPI)-Poll-tical
leaders at the All-Africa.
Congress pondered today on the
discovery that while the confer conference
ence conference is committed to the thebry
of "peaceful jevolutlon" many
delegates present believed la
violence.. 1
Speakers at both the past
two morning plenary sessions of
the conference have weighed in
with heated blasts at colonialism.-
'
"ffivery form or struggle
should be permissible against
colonialism, not excluding vio violence,"
lence," violence," Fanon Omar of the-Algerian
rebel FLN movement de declared
clared declared yesterday. "There should
be no pleadings or entreaties."
A wave of cheering followed
Ills speech, with seven Russian
observers at the conference
Joining In.
The1 conference chairman,
Kenya, Nationalist Tom Mboya,
said "nobody: likes violence, but
let it be uadertscod that the
Attitude' of the colonial powers
Is bound to determine whether
the colonial peoples will use
orce or peaceful means." ;
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: LUXEMBOURG, Dec. 11 (UPI)
The Luxembourg coalition gov government
ernment government resigned, yesterday in a
dispute Over an alleged case of
attempted bribery in the trans transport
port transport ministry
Premier Pierre Friedeo tender tendered
ed tendered the government's resignatios
to Grand Duchess .Chartotte after
the four Socialist ministers quit
the .eight-man cabinet. The other
four memebrs of the coalition cab
inet,. were Social-Christians.
The Grand Duchess accepted
the resignation, but was expected
to ask-Frieden to try to form an another
other another government. If he failed,
observers believed there would be
general elections.

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MflST OF PANAMA'S TOP CONTRACTING FIRMS Were represented at a pre -bidding conference held at Balboa Heights on the construction of the high,
level bridee approach on the west side of theCanal. The half-mile-long structure must be built mostly in the coming dry season because of the necessity
lor high compaction fills. The" conference wis conducted by Lt. R. D. Brown, Jr., the Canal's Engineering and Construction Director, shown standing at
head of table. ' :

IN HOLLYWOOD..,

tf, EtSKINE JOHNSON
. BOLLYWOOD (NEA) A yel yellow
low yellow streak is against the code of
TV wtstern heroics (as if I even
had t mention it) but a hero
with Jjsray streak in his hair is
something else again.
It's'sex-appeal for housewives,,
tyi Warner Bros. Studio and the
blacMiaired, squarejawed fellow
Who les to the make-up depart department
ment department J&9?y morning to acquire
the gray streak is amused but not
unwilling.
John" Russell is one of this sea-.
ion's newcomers to the home home-ereen
ereen home-ereen west in the weekly "Law-

man' itetefilm series on ABC-TV

nck.7

len and Ed where "Maverick"
leaves off.
So maybe you better know
some other things about Los Angeles-born,
mustached, 6-foot 4 4-inch
inch 4-inch John Russell.
He's been acting in movies,
without star billing, sure 1944.
He played Tim Kelly in TV's
"Soldiers of Fortune" before be becoming
coming becoming the wily sheriff in "Law "Lawman."
man." "Lawman." He's married and the fatn fatn-er
er fatn-er of three children.
Peter Brown, who costars with
him as his young deputy, is a
New Yorker and the son of
Broadway actress Mina Reaume.
Four starring roles on Matinee
Theater won him a Warner con con-tract?
tract? con-tract? a movie role With James

Garner in "Darby's Rangers and

That-Uni atnriin knows what itlhis recent iride. 1 actress Diane

li dnlnir'ln thr make-UD deDart- Jergens. They met on the War

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nex annex is rather obvious in the last

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Civil Rights Body Will Set
New Alabama Hearing Date

lar. Total cost; $50,000. . .Anyr
one like to nominateJerry Lewis'
last show, as his best? I'll sec second
ond second it. That opening rain num number,
ber, number, in whkh only Jerry was
drenched while standing in line
for theater tickets and then while
watching the movie, was so fun funny
ny funny he'll be asked, I'm sure, for
a repeat. . Jim Davis, always
a hero on TV, plays the role of
a heavy in Bob Hope's "Alias
Jesse James." Jim is Frank
James. . "The Perils of Pau Pauline"
line" Pauline" is being considered as a
telefilm series. That's where you
came in, grandma. . Judy Ca Ca-nova
nova Ca-nova will drop her famous hill

billy character for another try at

TV.

MONTGOMERY, Ala. Dec. 11 11-(UPI)
(UPI) 11-(UPI) The Civil Rights Commis

sion apparently will have to set

a new hearing date before receiv receiving
ing receiving the help of a federal court in
its attempts to gather evidence on
voters registration in Alabama.
The commission broke off its

hearings for an indefinite period
here Tuesday after two days of

aDoruve efforts to get information

from recalcitrant state officials.

Chairman John A. Hannah halt

ed the proceedings abruptly and

announced ne would ask the De Department
partment Department of Justice to take action

in federal court against state of

ficials who have impounded the

voter registration records in six

counties.

The Justice Department said In
Washington it would comply with
the request, but could not do so
until the commission had set a
date for renewal of the hearings.
Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers said
a U.S. attorney in Montgomery
would take the matter to the dis
trict court at the proper time.
Under the 1957 act that created
the Civil Rights Commission, the
attorney general is empowered to
seek court orders when necessary
to compel witnesses to testify or
to have records brought be before
fore before the fact-finding body. Refu

sal xo comply would constitute
contempt of court.

iwo of the 45 witnesses sub sub-en
en sub-en aed by the commission still
fad not been called when ad

journment was ordered. But it
had become ftDDflrCTlt flf than nnon.

ing session Monday that little

could be learned from the few
complaint witnesses or from the
sketchy records that were
brought In.

The commission w pHnir in

either confirm or discount char

ges that election officials have
discriminated against Neeroes in

several Alabama counties.

Gov-elect John Patterson, who

appeared as advisor to witnesses
in his current capacity as state
attorney general, has threatened

to jail any federal agent attempt

ing to seize registration records.

The same threat was made by

Circuit Judge George Wallace,
who ordered records impounded
in his jurisdiction and declared
himself unimpressed with the

commission's plan to seek court

action.

"My position is sound legally
and I don't care who they call

in," Wallace said, "They can call

in the Justice Department or any

department or airborne troops as
far as I'm concerned- I'm going
to test any move they make in

the courts of the land.
Two Negro witnesses testified

Tuesday, one saying that econ-

nomic reprisals and threats have
prevented -many Negroes frqn re registering,
gistering, registering, the other that he had
been turned down in six attempts
to register

Composer Crcdifs
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Yilh Saving Life
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nxT. Cal'f., Dec. U
(UPIRudoU Frlml, 7P, compos-
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King'' and ''Rose ; Marie,"
yesterday credited ,his wife- with
saving his life when a glass-top.
ped table he was sitting on broke
and inflicted a deep gash in one
of his legs. ;;-?;.,:;. :.; v.v,
"My wife saved my life,' Friml
said. "I was helpless after that

table gave ,way"
The wound took 23 stitches to
close,, : W - .

Mrs. Kay Friml said she heard
her husband's criet Tuesday in
the living room of .their home and
Sound him lying amid splintered
glass with blood gushing from hit
leg. -i
She- quickly attempted to stop
the flow of blood of twisting a
towel around the leg into a crude

tourniquet and then drove her

husband two blocks to a doctor.
The physician, Dr, Charles B.
Alexander. -said the two-inch cut

on the upper thigh caused by a

large glass fragment barely
mhsed severing a major artery

and hitting the sciatic nerve.

Gaiiher And Staff

fly To Washington

For Stall Talks
L. Gen. Ridgely Gaither, USA,
Caribbean Commander in Chief
and members o his staff, arrived

in Washington yesterday for Joint

Chiefs of staff level conferences
on matters concerning the unified
Caribbean Command.
Joint staff officers of the head headquarters
quarters headquarters with Gaither on the trip,
announced today by the com command
mand command headquarters a: Q marry

Heights, are Brig. Gen. George
Schlatter,;, USAF, Assistant Chief
of Staff J-3 (Operations and
Plans); Capt, Carleton E. Mott,
USN, Deputy. Chief of Staff: Col.
Louis. A. Walsh, Jr., USA,' Assist Assist-an
an Assist-an Chief of Staff J-4 (Material).
Capt, tfeorge B. Raser, .USN,
Assistant Chief of Staff 3-2 (Intel (Intelligence):
ligence): (Intelligence): Col. Thomas H. Bar Bar-field,
field, Bar-field, USA. Executive 0Fficer J-3:'
Capt. Everett Ai Trickey, USN,
Assistant Chief of Staff J-5 (Com (Communications)
munications) (Communications) and Capt, James R.
Law-ence, USA aide to Gai'hef.
Gaither and his party are expect expected
ed expected to return to the Canal Zone

Dec. 17. They are traveling by
military aircraft. ; ;
Pope Tells Catholics
To Take Active Pari
In Polilral Doinos

THIS DRAGGED OUT episode

is proof that TV isn't always the

fast-moving medium it seems to

enjoy being called.

Way back in March of last
year, next door neighbor Pete

Porter announced on the "De

cember Bride" show that he and

his never-seen wife, Gladys, had
dated the stork.
Well, the writers of the show
have been having so much fun
with Pete's dialog about it that
they've been reluctant to have
the baby arrive. But you can't
stop nature too long, so the date
finally has been set now for
some time in February.
On two shows, at least, the
baby will be seen. But no Mama
Gladys. Gladys and her mother
will go on being in the script but
never being seen on the screen.

Archibald Welch
Dies; Burial Set
For Saturday PM
Retired Panama Canal em.
ploye Archibald Welch, 88, died
at his home, No. 2857 13th St.
Rio Abajo, last night after a
brief illness.
Mr. Welch, who was a native
of Barbados, B.W.I., was em employed
ployed employed at the Miraf lores Locks.
Funeral services are scheduled
at the Santo Tomas Hospital at
4 p.m. Saturday. Burial will fol follow
low follow at the Pueblo Nuevo cemetery-
Mr. Welch is survived by his
wife, Adella: two sons, Alvin and
Ernest, and ten grandchildren.

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Pope John XXIII, in a speech
made public yesterday, urged
Roman Catholics to participate ac
tively in the poli'ical life of their
countries and to select their le legislators
gislators legislators carefully.
The Pope said when important
religious and. social interests were
at stake, it was "absolely ne necessary
cessary necessary to place an end to inter internal
nal internal disco-c' and party struggle."
The Pontiff made his remarks
Sunday 'o Itclian Catholic
jurists and technicians holding a
convention in Rome.
He said the Roman Catholic
hierarchy had the right and duty
of guiding church members so
that "in the interest of welfare
and of souls and in the defense or
the church and its dangers, a
unity U established to block all
impending dangers.'"

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COCO SOLO 1:00
Anna Magnanl
Anthony Quirm
"WILT IS THE WIND"

DIABLO HTS. '-OO

"A TANK IN OXFORD"

GATTJN 7:00
Edmond O'Brien
Mona Freeman
"The World Was Hin Jnry"

MARGARITA 7:00
"OPERATION SECRET"

PARAISO 7:00

f Tab Hunter.

"LAFAYETTE ESCADRILLE"

SANTA CRUZ '""V 7:00

Dana Andrew 1
Peggie cummirigs
"CURSE OF THE DEMON"

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SUSTAINED SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE Mrs. Frances
R. Dale, an employe of the Engineer Section, "United Stater; w
Army Caribbean, is presented, with a certificate for a Sua-'
tained Superior Performance by Col. Raymond h. Hill, en v
gineer for USARQARIB.t The award. U one of the" 'highest i
that can be given a civilian employe In the command; (UJS.
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W E Potter, wife of the Governor the Canal Zone, bir Gall
Goodrich, of Troop 43. Gail, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ard Onodrtch nf Tw Rinm n nna Af 4fa ba.,.i.. ...u

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December Soldier of the Month Award at Headquarters USASA'
Carlb. Fort Kobbe, from Capt. Richard C. Leslie, detachment
commander. In addition to the letter of commendation from it
Col. E. E. Knight, chief USASA Carib, Kubll was giveS thrJt
day pass. (U.S. Army Photo.)

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Written for the screen by
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Selected to represent U.S.A.
in the Film Festival of
Brussels A Mexico, 19581

'Red Siar' Charges
US Bases In Iran
Aimed Aqainil USSR
MOSCOW: Dec. 11 (ITPI) -Tlit
Swiet ArmV orB wed Stat,
charged today tha U.S. bine
cwtlfemnlated in wlli'nr tUr b
ween Iran an f- TJnlted ,Wes
"ti be'n huilt .for gr.eiini
S'net' trtp'A peaeefnl iiel?Mors
rlmarily against-the Soviet
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Claim!n tWaf "nobodr U goln
to attrk" Iran. tb newxpaoer
aaW "The Trar-isn' aufhoritieswant;
to drown h d!sstlfact'n of the
WD'e w'th a noiv rrVt k,.

the rhrea frotr t itvt Union

an" rne irsai Keouhlic."
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Denied b Mlicoe nris frwm
severl Jrnin nKri fir Irn't
Bsr:ina'W h w'iunr dvntur-
f he U.S.A. aenlmt :w Soviet
Uf'ofi and the Iraqi Republic," it
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ort' o Ir ffrenarin to at'acV

H8 in Tehrn tare raminf
"It 'iht ou h i ), a
with U.S. helo buildinjr rocket
, riA -gainst the U.S.S.R."
Red Star laid.

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Old Book Of Oospelsl Grand Jury Indicts Goldfine.

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Al London Auction

y LONDON, ; Dec 11 (UPtf A

168-page lUununatea copy 01 Win
lemury' Latin gospels was pur pur-cnasea
cnasea pur-cnasea tor i th record price of
$108,200 here -yesterday by a .flew
xorn doojc dealer. ; ; V
"The 'book was one of six rare
volumes -l bought by H.P, TOraus
for; a total of $263,200 at Sothedy's
London auction roms.
As oficiabat Southeby's said
the sate, was the largest one-man

book aeai in m msiory.

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lARMX BANDSMEN -i Members' of the 79th Arniy Band, shown with "the!r'teader',rwn'ErnMtK wnrh' hkva.hMm mitmti

witrMbe new Army dress blue tropical worsted uniforms for wear! during public ppearances. They, currently-are presenting J

The price exceeded the previ previous
ous previous record sum of $89,000 set on only
ly only Monday: when three London
book dealers joined forces to out outbid
bid outbid -.Kraus for a 15th Century
Flemish book; of hour. A book of
bou a is a volume containing
prayer to be -said at the canon-,
ibal hours.
? Yesterday's record price book
was a copy: of Lrtin gospels dat dating
ing dating back to! the year 997 A; D,
The'volumeL measuring nine by

Lsix and three-eighth inches, was

produced at, Hemarsnausen, Germany.'

Children Learn How

Rcilrod Operates:

wuwjoe new .Army cress oiue iropicai worsted uniiorm ,ior wear auring public appearances. The
a Merles :Of Sunday afternoon "concerto at the Fort .Amador band stand,ito w. hicft the lublc:fls 'Jnvited.

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; ihcs cub scoirig not to'De outdone by'tneir older. Bct utlng brothers in doing then-share for"'Chrlstmas Good'Turln
are shown making their contribution of food tuff to the "Christ mas Good Turn" effort.. The "Christmas Good Turn" Program
is being conductedN.bythe.. Cub, fictmts,. JJoy 'Scouts and Explorer; Scouts of the Canai Zone. "j Toys' and food are being collected
which wilL.be ; subsequently.' donated to various orphanages ; in the Republic of Panama; Shown above, 4eft to right; are the
loJawirlg Cub Scouts from Cuh, Scoyt Pack 15(,Albropk: Douglas Sell, Garry Wilson, Jimtny Mingln,iJohn, Wilhelm, Fred Mac Mac-Kisslc;
Kisslc; Mac-Kisslc; Bobby Plischke, Val Chavez, and Bill May. ( v (Official USAF Photo)

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NEW YORK (UPI) A Pan
American World Airways Boeing
707 airliner with 101 oersoris a-

board Monday made thei.;first
non-stop commercial jet'fUght

irom Lonaon to.New York,
LOVE THY NEIGHBOR-

, WEST COVINA. Calif, mPI)

Mrs. Naomi Walsh,, convicted of
striking a neighbor with a hose
nozzle, was sentenced by Judge
William M. Martin to read th

book "How To Win Friends and

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WASHINGTON, Deck (UPI)-

Boston gut-giver aernaru Uoia-1

fine, sometimes accused of talking
too much, was indicted ,by a fast fast-moving
moving fast-moving federal 'grand jury yes yesterday
terday yesterday for refusing to. tell House House-investigators
investigators House-investigators enough about his im
trlcate financial deals. :
The contempt of Congres in indictment
dictment indictment charged the: wealthy in industrialist,'
dustrialist,' industrialist,' a friend of former
Presidential Aide Sherman Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, balked at answering 18
"pertinent'' questions' thrown at
him bv .the House sulv-ommittee
on legislative oversight.
' The questions, ; involving, Gol$
fine's Boston Port .Development
Co., were posed by the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee during its hearings last
July into the financier's tr Miles
with federal regulatory angecies
a.id his jgifts to Adams. .
Goldfine, who was freed on
$1,000 bond, pending arraignm t
Friday, faces a maximum sen sentence,
tence, sentence, of one year in prison' and
a $1,000 fine for each of the 18
count.. However, sentences in
such cases usually run concurrently-one
year and. $7 000.
Furthermore, V, S. Attorney
Oliver C sch has Said it would
take at least two years to prose prose-cut,
cut, prose-cut, the case if Goldfine 'fights
back; hard. Goldfine and his bat battery
tery battery of lawyers have ..iade clear
they would".

NOlIt WINNIR IN OSLO v.-

OSLO (UPIV-The Rer. Georef f

Dominique -Pire, Belgian Domini Dominican
can Dominican monk who won the 1958 No

bel. Peace' Prize, arrived here.

from Brussels Monday to. receiver

his award from King Gut V o
Norway- Th Prize, -will be pro

tented -today at traditonal ,cere-

monies at tne umveriity utio.

nvw YORK. Dec. 11 (UPI)

A switch engine colUded yesterday
with a Jlew York Central Railroad
train carrying 4T school children
on an excursion to show them how
a railroad operates. j
Officials said eight children and
tfce conductor were injured, none

seriously .t.five oi tne youngsters
iwl thel conductor were treated at

the cene;1 Three children were

taken to a hospital lor runner ex

amination.'

The commuter train bound from

New York City to Croton, m: y,
was carryihg students of the Hill Hilltop'
top' Hilltop' School at Nyack, N. Y. home

after 1 an excursion sponsorea oy
the railroad. The main feature if

th trip had been a tour ot wana
Central Terminal.

Th children."ranBine in age

from about 8 to 12, were riding
in the last car. of a four-car I
electric train when the accident

occurred.

Four adult ohaperones were

with them. A few adult passen

gers were riding in the forward
three cars. They were shaken 'but

uninjured. (?

The tnree cnuaren taxen to

Fordham Hospital were Grace

Thorns, 8, Michael seidel 8, and

Howard Klein, 9.

US Jet Air Force
Partly Withdrawn

In Taiwan Command

TAIPEI, Dec. 11 (UPI) The
United States disclosed today that

it is reducing its jet air striking

rushed to Formosa during the Que
moy crisis.
The U.S. Taiwan (Formosa) De

fense Command said that some

'Aimrican-piioted jet fighter planes
are being' withdrawn from Formo Formosa.
sa. Formosa. It was the fflrst.:disclosed reduc reduction
tion reduction of U.S. military forces in the
Formosa area since the Commun Communist
ist Communist bombardments of the Quemoy
Islands touched off one of Ameri America's
ca's America's biggest military, buildups 0 0-verseas
verseas 0-verseas since World War Two.
A spokesman for the Taiwan De Defense
fense Defense Command, highest American
military headquarters in Formo Formosa,
sa, Formosa, said the U.S. and Nationalist
Chinese governments agreed to the
partial withdrawal because of the
improved Nationalist defense capability.

,,H PROMOTION CEREMONY- Caoti : Allan N. Downev recede the silver' bars .wmhoifn nf" vil

new rankftom Ws wife, Jeanne, at a promotion ceremony at Headquarters 1st Battle Gioup20th
infantry, F0rt,lcObbe t On hand to offer congrat ulatlone is Lt. Col Benjamin G,Taylor Jr., bat-t
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The Goldfine investigation rock-1

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coat, from Goldfine and let hin.-
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House.' But later he bowed to de demands
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ams' Adams' scalp.' The demands reach,
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were overwhelmed in Maine's ear-,
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MR. AND MRS. MACMY ARK HONORED
ASSOCIATES AT FAfUWE U FAMY
The of the United IUtH Embassy anjitbal
will five reception hi fcnnwr Mr, M Mri. WMM A.
MaokVy tomorrow evening eight o'cloe at tbe residence of
Ebay Sw5S en Mr. 1. Awtte Acly In U Creita.,
f Mr MHkiy, a first secretary f the Embassy, wUI complete
his assignment December It after three and a half years
una 'With Mrs. Mackay and their three eons, Nw, lett
and Donald, he will spend three weeks in Mexico and Princeton,
WJ.. the the family will f o to Parts, where Mi, Maekay will at.
tend the NATO Ntn W m political officer for si
Vo'th.. Hi will then be assigned te th C.B. Embaeey Jn Lit.
fon, Portacal.

lalboa Woman's Club I
Hit lotHv rwpeh
A gala brunch to clbrat th
Christmas holidays was enjoyed
yesterday mqrning; by members
Jt the Bslboa Woman's Club and
their cuests, who met in the Fern
t9omof the TivoU Guest Houst.
Entering the room, guests win
meted by tinkling bells an a p.
prbpriite touch to th decoraUd
Oiristmaa trees and other' trim
Irttpgs which wore used.
Mrs. Nry Rul was in chgrgl
aTthe gueit book t a table ca-
Tryouts For Reading
Of Poem 'Orpheus'
II Cristobal Soon
.'tfhe Carlbbesn ColJeg Qob wiU
oftsent yrataattc reading of
. Loms FattoroM's posm M'tws
oTjan. 24, at 7:3U p.m. in W
Ui.hmfftnn Hotel. WllB UyOUW
DiTls'at the Ked Cross btlUdiog
ut' Old Cnstooal at 'i :w P .-tiji
tiji .-tiji ppette stwJy W m popul
Greek Jegsno ny wr4iw
isetool tehr fwM fMentty, P" P"-kiilh.ri
kiilh.ri P"-kiilh.ri The Bresentalion if ur
phcus wiii foiww the mf thod oi
oifoductioB introfluceu to. tne-pa-liit
by Charles .augnton m
Body." ',. ,
AU roll will N- wUrprttert
ttiough. through a reading of the
drama, wita little stage muverotui
and tti ketori sw maing
at4Q4ll
U( pMUe drama ejUi lor
sit f Mm wp and, en i
H far Att lBtreUd w parte
aipating in the pioauction ate in
Vited to attend tba ry out and
are ursfed to study the poem turst
n order; to becomf ; familiar with
Conies are. avsilabla In ha 6
tun, UrlitoM, and rrt GwUck ii ii-fcraries,
fcraries, ii-fcraries, with a list of special pas passages
sages passages to be used in tryouts. .Try .Try-uts
uts .Try-uts will be held Monday, in th
Red Cross building. Old Cristo
al, from 7:30 to 9 p.m.,
Rehearsals for. th nredctlpn
Will be held the first three Man
dys and Fridays fin Jmw
The performance Jan. U will be
In the baUeonm of lha Hotel Wash
ington.

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tered with a distinctive arranga
ment made fey Mrs. Haien Went
worth.
Mrs. Agnes Hearon, club preil
dent, welcomed the large number
o' gutits ana two new memwi,
Mrs. J. Tanqulst and Mrs, H. a,
Fester.
Group singing of Christmas car
ols was led by Mrs, Aula Holger.
ion, with Mri, Audrey Kineaid it
the piano, and Mrs, Holgerson
sang "0 Holy Nlfht,"
The program chairman, Mrs,
Kay Malianer, introduead Mrs,
lertha Tata, who discussed eus.
omi in Japan and rpoke f her
nerional exnerienees in that ceun
IT. Alio inaklngat the meeting
was Mr. srwa itfknouar, wnp
told of In'arasttng Christm?
tomi In both rh Fait and West
zones of Germany,
closing the meeting, Mrs, Hol Holgerson
gerson Holgerson sang "Christmas Candies''
and "Whita Christmas," with the
group joining in the chorus,
At the brunch which followed,
Mrs. Hearon, Mm. Leona Saari'
hen and Mrs. Ruth Bourgeois si'
ternated at the coffee Servian, The
tible decorations earried out the
holiday theme of the occasion,
Isthmian Visiter Renews
Acquaintances Purin Visit
Mrs. Nettie E, Csssidy tertrspn
ef Los Angeles has returned to
the isthmus to renaw old so
auaintances and to spend ft holi holidays
days holidays with Jiar son-in law and
flaugnter; Mr. ana Mrs. itoom
Bikker, of Cwoli,
A high Point of her visit wui
meeting four of her 1 grtndehil grtndehil-dren,
dren, grtndehil-dren, three of whom she had not
seen before. During her resid&pce
en the Isthmus, Mrs. Bertrgn'd
was a active member of Orchid
Chapter One, Order of he East
ern Star, and the Rabekah Lodge
fO-gjfV;fiJhoa.
Friends who wish to canted
her. may call the Rakkar home,
Navy 31S3.
Chinese' Women's Leaeue
Has Hallesy Buffet
The Chinese Womenn's Leigue,
Ine., in Panama honored all the
ladies in the league at a Mothers
Day buffer party Monday at ith
Member ahd-ltleir sbafid

TOMATO SAUCE

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ftwe BM J W mm.
who attended were tmud to a
variety of Panamanian and Chi
nese dellcaelea at the bullet tiDie
Arraagemanta ware' made by
Mrs. Juana Lqwe ano Rosa Ctiso,
Camera Cvb Meetina
te Pasture Trevelaiuo
Kan Shirley. Atlantic am
measurer, will present a trave
logue on Japan at a meeting of
Monday evening at in me
club rooms at. Mount Hope,
The Dieturet were taxen saver
al years age while Mr. Shirley
was teaching In Jaoan.
The eiun cow competition win
be on a general them. Guesta
are welcome to attend th meat'
ing.
Mr. Celvit
VUltlne Here
Charles G. Celvit, Jiai arrived
on the Isthmus to tpend the Christ
mas and New Vaar'i holidays
wun nis son, neoort c, tiivit, a
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Reverend's Hunch
Leads Faithful
Down Wrong Track
LONDON (UPI W Charity, lest
today because the hunch of a
pastor went wrong. j
The Rev. Anthony Reynolds had
tipped his prihiofler in the
mopthly magaalne Of the church
of the Most Precious Hood to bet
on a horse also pmd, Reynolds
in the Nottingham Itaeniechase.
The idea was, tht parishioners
would cash in and be more then
generous in the collection box next
Sunday. Many toelt the tip icrious icrious-ly
ly icrious-ly and wagered.
Reynolds went Into the race with
a, record of I win in 71 starts
ova n years, After Tuesday, it
was l wins In TT start. Th horse
eame intth In i field of It,
The priest took the new hard,
"Ah, well," he said, "it is little
I know about the horses,
"it his only a Joke, I didn't in
tend for the tip to he taken e
rlously." .. ,
Red Party Chief
Of Hungary Has
Pleurisy Attack
VIENNA. De. il (UP!) A
Hungarian government spokesman
disclosed Hungtirisn Communist
Party chief Janu, Kadir hd suf suffered
fered suffered n attack of pleurisy that
preven ed- him from making a
scheduled visit to Ci!choilovakia.
The spokesman ald Ksdar be became
came became III l,t Monday and was
nvde-ed bv doctors to Stay in bed.
Hi condition a M coniderd
?erlou.
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Book puWUneri may be '''
ated to laaw that VladJmir Nabo
kov's son, Dmitri, ta wduitnousiy
engaged in translating au w
novel l" aumor wro w, ;
tlao before he got the noUon of
penning hla fabulou be'tseUer,
"'UUta, t In English. . Hmt
Jonas, in Paris working w i
book about jasa guitarist Django
Rolnhart, ha Jallan ia love with
th pinball machJnel current y a
vtnr in mmv Left Bank cellars.
Ht ays they're hia only form of
relasation, ana no ucaeo v
big map of Paree on one wall ot
hi flat, with circle drawn around
ell the place whera bi fvonl
gemes art located, .
Peter Ljwford plan te dd mi
vote to ""the strong Democratic
phalanx he joined aome y,1
ago-thi Kennedy v, family- H'
applied for cltltnhP paper and
should be eligible in ais months,...
It could b what Hollywood can
a "studio romance," bat Mickey
Callan (formerly Mickey Callin of
"West Side Story") ha been dat
ing Barbara Rush In Las Vegas,
(Medical bulletin! Maria Calls"
has been- comPU'nmg of indiges indigestion
tion indigestion for th put i w day i. H
could be piychotomatlc: ih was
antremaly. tenia, Qvar her West
Coiit appearance, vowing, "If it
the last thing I do, I'll shew that
Adler." (Hie referred to Kurt
Herbert Adlor, her Ian Francisco
nemcsiisi -t v .nr i m ph
powerful campaign 'gatting under
way to legaUie facing at n'ght In
Connecticut. Per. eanit. itf rU
ed es the liveliest (ports state in
the Union, and unlimited llnsn llnsn-cil
cil llnsn-cil backing will i u p p o t the
move.
Jack Warner' familiar green
hat will, be on of the cheerier
lght at th Hollywood opening of
"Auntie Mam." It will be hi
first miblie sooearance since the
accident that hospitalised him in
France last August. .jacic raar
is ihoppihg iroundxfor a public
relation guide, H doesn't want
more BUBlicity jut somaone to
keep him from laying the wrong
thinis when pencils are poised.
Imagine how many apartmant
hunter flipped whan they read a
ciaisifito (ovaniaement onenng
"Et line, rwautiiui rm
iraclous. modern. $150 month,
nnd imagin how many explodad
when the telephone number list listed
ed listed in the ada goofturned out
t be that of Assistant Comml Comml-sioner
sioner Comml-sioner Donnelly of tht Department
Of Sanitation. Donnelly never' stop
ped answering th phone and
snewen up exnausiea at nis ouice
next day,
Jack Demniey, who ha been
seriously ill en the West Cos't, is
on the road to recovery. ong
Jacob Beach they're watchini
Tom McNeely, the young blond
Irish heavvweiaht who starcned
his opponent in the first round at
KEN-L'RATIOM
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Madiion Iquart Garden is Hi
last fight, He' htndled by Mr.
clano'i trainer, Charley Goldman
. .Quite ponibly no on in official
government circle will admit it,
but Rd lubmarlne have Nd
sighted off the Florida coat nr
Cape CanaveraL
The bait people in Rome are
waiting for the toque! to th r r-cent
cent r-cent luicid attempt of beautiful
Pnnceii Domiatta Hereelanl,
They wonder if her dramatic g
tura will win back- the man (he
loves a wealthy gent who wit
reported on th. vane of cutting
out Just before ihe triad to ktQ
herself, Baby Lake, most color
ful of the former Broadway ihoe
girli, remalna trua to type,: Once
married to jockey Bol Mtgath,
sh turned up at the Metropole
the other nunt with another mm
ber of th profesflon Bobby gtov gtov-all.
all. gtov-all. ..- .An East Bida reitaurant
i holding a bouncing check pi
aed by the husband of one of the
nation'! most famous singer.
The Boys In Miami Beach are
girding their loin. Eden Roc ha
just closed with Miunca cnevei cnevei-ler
ler cnevei-ler to combat the Fontaineblau'
mid-Mareh attiraetion, Fran Sina Sinatra;
tra; Sinatra; .Princes Alexandra' flat
taring new hair-do and "dynamic"
makeup i causing bit of itlr
in Miyfair, Everyone agree he'
gined oodlei of glamof over
nieht. .Georee Mlmsnon. the
fined whodunit author, hi Just
completed a new Inpctor m
gret book in -nine day flat. Ai
ant novel"; it'll be hi iSOth (
ion.
A new inger out of Stjcuben-
vUle. 0, imly named "Olno"-
i ttracting eoniifleram mow
puslnes attention. Ha'i deieribed
as havina the "cratiesi, walk" nd
the wildest minner of Ringing nd
handling th guitar ince Elvis
shook up th scene; hi manager
is wxi perry, wno oiseoverpq
Dean Martin, and no las n m m-nei
nei m-nei than Col. Parker on the Pres Presley
ley Presley brain trust In reportedly In Interested
terested Interested In buying the ,lad from
Perr. .Geist Ely, darling of the
post debs, hide out at the Chsrd.
ii when h want to bold hinds
with Band Preston of the Broid Broid-wiy
wiy Broid-wiy ihowi.
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tha U.B. Army Caribbean Quartermaitcr section property dl-
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, E, Hugh Jr., property 4lpoeal officer, Mr, Price waa pre-
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Sociai and

Frf Ogllck Wlvte Cub
Htt luiiMii Meeting
' Tht fort.-Gulieli NCO .Wivei'!
Club held its' regular meetw
mi it
:e club with Mrs. Kate
Kfllip,!
(resident, In charge. N-

, At Mri, Killip rad tut etorymng.
"Tht Birth of Chriet," Mm, Othar memberi who were- pre predefine
define predefine Winning and Mri: R. O. sent included Mri. Donald Kloe.

Wilcox enacted tht rolei of Ma:
'xy ind Joseph. Chriitmii Cirpli
were aung oy unoy iwtup, nir
bar a Tnik, Judy Henning. Lai
ji Foster. Sandra Hirn and Cloe
Wilcox.
v Mrs.-, J. Aponte.jMri. iEdwerd
Badger, Mra. R. C. Pearson and
Iced Olrl 0$l$ i;
Diploma In Nursing
From Boston School
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itrWsypM Pierre Ffw'V
mong is gridulti receiving at-
plomas at the commencement
exercises of The Shepard ; Gill
School of Practical Nursing, Hot Hot-ton,
ton, Hot-ton, Mass., on Nov Sht ii pri pri-aently.
aently. pri-aently. antplpyed at tht ?b,illipi
House, Ganeril Hospital in Boiton,
Mm, Forth worked mere than
IS yeiri 1 with tht Canal Sent
Health Dipt, ai cleft it the Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel, Gamboi L ind Gergai
clinics,. She lived for many yean
in Lt Boca and wai vary popul popular
ar popular ia all the eomumnitioa in which
aht labored and 'reaidedi being
vary active in social activities ;
Her', aunt, Miii Louiw Cum Cum-Tilings,
Tilings, Cum-Tilings, ii raeittonini n Boit
ton and wit preient for At om
mencement4 txefeises. T ,,3
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Varnlna Pemohlel
Ordered Oif Recks
Of Service Chaoels
TOKYO, Dec' 11 (UPI) U J,
authorities ordered military chip"
ol today to rtmovt from thtir
shslvei a controversial paipphlat
urging Amtricani not to. marry
foreigners, v
Tht piraphltf. which had b
gun to crc at ill will in Japan
whtrt o,000 U.S. erviemtn havt
marrltd foreign girli, was writ written
ten written by 1 chaplain namtd Qeortit
Q, ThompNon,
Titled "If ( Marry a Foreign
er," it warned Americana against
attempting to hurdlt tht social
and religious barrier involved in
a aueh a marrtage. 1 I
Col. Albert C. Schiff, Jr., Staff,
Chaplain of the Fifth Aijr Foret
htre, ordered tht pamphlet "it'1
moved from chapel shelvea,,
'This pamphlet should not be 1
or the literature racks of, our
chapels,'" he said in an official
statement, ''thin U not in effirui
pamphlet and waa distributed in inadvertently.
advertently. inadvertently. Now that H ha 1 been
brought to our attention, it ii be being
ing being withdrawn'
Hit pa mphlet -liked AmeHeam
to "think a long time"- before
marrying a foreigner, v
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Mri. C. X, Holden wtrt welcomed
it new niem"r, ind Mri, A. Ml Ml-loney
loney Ml-loney wu a gucit.
i After tn meeting, cake ind
coffee were served : by tht hoi
les$e$, Mr. Wilcox and Mri- Hep
Mri. Jot Hirn, Mri, H, A. lodue.
Mri, Joseoh Jalcasar, Mri. Guy
Tnik, Mri, B. 0, Wilson, Mri.
Carles Santos, Mri. Robert Brown,
Mrs. John Dotson, Mrs. C. o. Mor
ru, .Mrs. v Charles Perry, Mrs
Larryu irijr,; Mri. Dennis Saund Saunders.
ers. Saunders.
,Mn, CharJti E.' Wilson,- Mri
Hroia roster. Mrs. Harold Craig.
Mn. E. J. Bergtr, Mri. David
Beckley, Mra. R. W. Milll. Mra.
X V. Flight, Mrs. Leland Robin
son.: Airs, uougiaa emez, Mr.
remindo Oriini. Mn. H. M.
Brown and Mn. Donald Murdoch.
Heier Lang PM(d '
Tt Honored Fraternity
'Ftttr Shea Lang, a student at
Mississippi southern College ia
Hattitibiirg, Mm., haa been pledg
H 4 imu igma rni, an honora honorary
ry honorary fraternity of profefsional busi busi-nesi
nesi busi-nesi men,
He waa graduated from Ba'boa
High1 School end attended the Can Canal
al Canal Zone Junior College.
3 Cardinals-Elecl
Fly to Holy Cily
For Consistory
U-&OME, Dee. 11 (UPI) --Three
eardinala-eleet,' ineludlne two A-
mericjns, flew into Rome on a
npn-atop. epecial flight from Bei'
ton today ao attend the Vaticin
Cpnsiitory eeremnitr. next week
at which they '-jyill f tceive their
red hat. 'i:s: r. -,
Cardinals-eltct Richard Cushing
Of Bostin, John O'Hara of Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia and Amleto Cicognani,
Italian apostolic delegate "to the
Ufil'ed States,' arrwed aboard
ipeeial;.DC-7CL
Compared to the wintry weath weather
er weather they left in Boiton; the climate
on their arrival hero was almott
balmy S2, degree Fahrenheit;
A crowd of more than lOO -offl-Cialit
religiotu,: pilgrimi and .re .re-lativts
lativts .re-lativts of the three cardlnali-elect
wee at Ciampino efrport to great
ah. mm. earoinais, areisea m
dark overeoati. joneared to have
enjpyed the long flight from Be
tpn,', ,'.
But O'Hera, :70-year old Arch1 Arch1-blihop
blihop Arch1-blihop of Philadelphia, was over overheard
heard overheard io tell one of the weleom weleom-in
in weleom-in pilgrlm who wanted to kUi
hl' ring to be nentle heeauie he
Mg rheumatic' ilment of the
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ciouny : make umt for imali
kindntiita ind eourtaiei, M ake
mall feituna of friendly con.
cern for otheri by notei of con con-gratualtioni.
gratualtioni. con-gratualtioni. lettere of ivmphithy,
noapitai vmia, anddlli or ne
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Security. Council
Approves Gulnsa's
Uli Mcmbcnhlp Bid
UNITED NATONS. ."H. Y. Dee.
1MUPI) The, Security Council
yesterday approved and sent to
the General Assembly the bid of
the tiny African stale of Guinea
to become the 12nd member of the
United Nations. ,1 -; v
The United Stales; tried to get
South Korea and South Viet -Nam
into the world parliament too but
the Soviet Umob threatened to
veto the move. Husiia v moved
Commnljt North Korea'i, mem
penmp application but his was
expected" to fail also.
The Security Council voted 10-0
with France abstaining to reeom-
emd that Guinea be admitted to
the United Nations. The Gener
al Assembly probably will com
Plate approval by Friday or ggtur
day.
French Ambaaaador Quillaume
Gaorgaa-Plcot laid Franet epnsid-ered-
the application for U.N.
memberahlp premature because
liuinsa'i itatua wt:h France, and
the1 itatui of ita recently-announe-
td federation with Ghana, had not
yet oeen aenntd.
"If they (Guinea and Ghana)
create a union, then it ii that
union that must be aeated in tht
ii-imiea jMauons," iifl qeorges
ricot,
Neverthlesa, France abstained
in the voting although as one of
the fivi permanent member :. of
the five; permanent members of
the Security Council it could have
cast a veto.
Ambaiiador Henrv Cabot Lodce
)old the-eouneil the Unired States
wai nippy -to weieomffjuinea
into the united Ntions ind ap appreciated
preciated appreciated Franee'i work in guid guiding
ing guiding Guinea to independence.
High Court Dinner
Opens White House
Short Social Year
WASHINGTON. DtC, U (UPl)
Preiident end MnrElnhower
win open the ahorteit White Houte
iqcUI seasop oh record tonight
wi h a glittering state dinner hon
oring the Supreme Court,
At tonight'i dinner and with the
four other dinners ieheduled for
the 1831 59 ataeon. the Euenhow Euenhow-er'i
er'i Euenhow-er'i alio will be honoring iroupi
rom eacn 01, me tor armea tore
ee f cidemie?.- For the first time,
eien icidemy will be represent,
ed by 1 top etdet or midshipman
who will Mn other aides in per
forming social functiona at the
traditional iffatri.. ,
r White Houee Preii aecralary
Jattiei C, Hlgerty laid tblt prts.
ident and Mra. Elsenhower felt it
would bp a "nie thing" to have
each artdemy-r-Army, Navy, Air
f orce, ana uoait Guard --represented
it: formal White Houie
functloni,
While the Supreme Cou wai
moved up from third spot on last
yaari dinner Hat to tnii year'i
first dinner, the White Hoiiit laid
the move did not Indicate any spe special
cial special boost in rank far thejuatieei.
N1W IOWLINO CHAIN
CHICAGO (UPI) lm Magei
Snorting Sooda Co.- announced
yesterday plana to conatruct a
nationwide : chain of 80 bowline
centers it 1 coat of more thin
(0 million dollar.
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CIVILIAN nONORED-Col. Dick A. King, UB. Army Caribbean
Trinaportation officer, preeent c Department of the Amy cer certificate
tificate certificate to Mra. Wilms R, Riley, budget officer for the Trmapor Trmapor-tition
tition Trmapor-tition Section. Mri. Riley '1 twird recognlied her outatindlng
performance, (US. Army Fhoto)

Ike Says He Can't Waste Time
Getting Mad At Hfs Critics

WASHINGTON. Dec: 11 (UPl)
President Eisenhower caustically
remarked yesterday that he had
ten 'mil Ah cans to waste hia time
sitting mid vt former Preiident
Truman or anyooay eiae. i
The President made tne iiaie iiaie-ment
ment iiaie-ment at hjs newt conference in
answer to quegtioni about Tru Truman'
man' Truman' remarks thia' week -that Ki-
senhower had been imjd at hint
since tht 195! campaign.
Elaerthower'i face grew stem as
he told reporters tn "i inmK mai
most of you have found that I
u- h.j uttio yit in miieh
sense to waste my time letting1
mad at anybody,
1
Truman told the National Press
Club here Monday that Kiiennow
mr atill was anerv with him be
cause he upbraided the Preiident
for appearing on the tame plat platform
form platform with Sen. William E. Jenner
(R-Ind.) after the latter naa cei
led Gen. George C Manhell
treitor,
'There i nothing perionai be be-twaean
twaean be-twaean the Preiident and myself,"
Truman said. "I gave him hell in
1952 when he didn't'knoek Jenner
off the platform for calling uen.
Marshall a traitor. He'l been -mid
at me, ever lince. 4 don't give
1 dimn,"
Whlll not mentioning Truman
by name, Eisenhower laid tne
former Preiident did not give
correct iccount 01 the Incident.
'To eav that I nave ever stood
still while any man. In my pres
ence, wai reviling Gen, Marshall
is not true, Eisenhower gait, "jn
fact, he is one of the men I hive
met that I put in the elan I cell
Eisenhower appearea on rnt
1 me olatform with Jenner at
Reoublican rally In Indian'aoolii
on Sept- 0, 'lf")2. Eisenhower wai
campaigning for Preiident and
Jenner was running for re-elec
tion to we senile,
1 m r l- 1 Vt
jenner 1 reference ia aiannau
wai made in 1 speech in 1050 in
which he called Marshal! "in
tiger front man for traitori ind
liuino lia :
Eisenhower said that through
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LOS ANGELES, Dec. 11 (UPI)
Lot Angeles air pollution officials,
confronted wjw me worst ue
eember smog aiege on record
stepped up their efforti today to
rid the area of aerial, eontamina
tion, ..
Two smog alerta already have
been declared this month, mark
log tht first outbreak of warning
level pollution ever to be record
ed in- the Los Angeles basin dur
ing December.
The aierte increased to seven
the number called 10 far thii year
as compared with only one for
the entire year of 1BS7. In 1M
10 alerta were declared, while 15
were necessary in 1W5.
"The automobile is now tht No
source of pollution,'' aeeording to
S, -Smith flrliweldr chief of the
county ilr't pollution control die
trlct. "We art waging an ill-out
effort to control txhaust fumes.'
Griswold laid earlier efforti had
resulted In the "cleaning up" o
oil refineries and other Industries.
Elimination of backyard t r a 1 h
burners halted pollution from that
source.
AOB NO BARRIER
N8TLEY, England (UPDNel.
iher rain, nor altet, nor agt itiyi
boitman Fred Hlne from com-
leting his appointed rounda.
line covered his uiual eight-
mile route yeiterdiy on hii tOth
birthdiy.
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The lack of special documents
prevented carrying out a section
of : actor ,1-' Tyrone Power'i t will
wnicn -oevueathed hii eyei to the
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last month Is Spain, Hia wilt,
tiled ia Superior. Out Monday,
directed ala eyes be lives to the
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that a 1 blind penon could ae. 1
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used wtthiD 84 to 4 noun of
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havt nad to prepare special doc documents
uments documents Md mide their exiatence
known to bis wile or aome other
eloie relitivt betort hie tyes
could have been removed attar
hia death.
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the United States which have facilities-for
the. corneal triniplmt
operation that could live light te
the blind,
Ia his will, Power alio directed
the bulk of nil. estate, yated lim limply
ply limply as in excels of. $19,000 be di
vided equally and placed in trust
for hii third wife, Deborah, Mi
mother and iiter, 'and hit three
ehihJren-one yet unborn,-
French actress AnnabeUi, hii
first wifei and IJhda Ohriitian,
hia lecond, were net provided for
in the will. s i
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Slack's 2-Run 9th Inning
Homer Defeats Kings 5-4;
Brewers-Marlboro Tonight

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Br J. J. HARRISON Jr.
5 Righthander Bill Slack, a chunky chucker from
Ontario, Canada, was still receiving accolades today
for providing most of the heroics in the dramatic
Snth inning of the game in which the champion Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja Yankees fought from behind to edge the
Kings 5-4 last night.
The Yankees, now tied for first place with the
Marlboro Smokers, will take over sole possession of
the top spot for the first time this season if Cerveza
Balboa defeats the Smokers tonight.

Cerveza Balboa righthander.
O co r g es Maranda has been
named as the starting pitcher to
oppose Jim Hardison, who like
Maranda, is the owner of a 1-0
record. ,
Maranda bested the Smokers
Humberto Robinson 8-2 on Nov.
27 for his lone win, and Hardi Hardi-gon's
gon's Hardi-gon's solo triumph came at the
expense of Cerveza Balboa Dec.
t by a 5-3 score.
Cervez?- Balboa who trail by
two-and-a-half games, won their
first two contests and theri leu
into' a prolonged slump to crop,
their last five.
Slack, whose stocky build
and hitting ahilHy remind reg regular
ular regular Pro Leagot fans of an-,
other Canadian hurler, ; .BUI
(Barrilito) Harris of Nova Sco Scotia,
tia, Scotia, slammed a homer over.-tfte
tight field fence last night to
the bottom of the ninth with
runner aboard to drive In the
tying and winning runs. f.
The lefthanded swinger, who
stands five-ten' and weighs 175
wounds had entered the game
in the first half of the ninth in
relief of starter Bob Frederick.
With one out, Frederick had
Just given up a plnchhit homer
to Ellas Osorio which, put trie
Kings in front 4-3. issued a free
pass to Frank Austin and a sin single
gle single to Pumpsle Green.
The 25-year-old Slack made
Gall Henley hit Into a second-to-short-to-first
doubleplay to
retire the Kings.
T tvi vmt.tnm of the ninth
Mamavlla Osorio, who had come
to the hill in that frame for Bud
Black, retired the first batter,
Spider Wllhelm. on a, fly to left.
But pinchhltter Gerry
Thorne, swinging for BUIy
Shantz, was safe on Greens
bobble of a roller. Pitcher John
Anderson came In to run for
the alow-footed Thorne and
Slack "whacked Osorlo's second
offering over the fehce in right
to give the Yankees their sec second
ond second straight win.
Henley's two-run homer and
Carlos Heron's sacrifice fly M
the third frame had given the
. n laorl onri T"av Ja
cobs' double plated Whitey
Schmidt, who had walked and
reached second on a Black balk
in the bottom of the same in-
nln?-
It was 3-2 In favor of the
Kings in the sixth when Gair
Allie doubled and came home on
Bill Parsons' single and a 3-3
balleame In the eighth on a walk
to Tony Bartirome, a bunt sin single
gle single by Schmidt, an error by
Black and Allie's force of
Schmidt at second.
Elias' fence-clearing smash

PAMAFOtO PORRAS
Across from the Chase Manhattan Bank
Central Ave. 22-37 P. 5 de Mayo

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Sleepy Tirne' Charlie

in the top of the ninth gave
ih. Kiiin nhAi-tlived 4.3 ad

vantage before Slack settled
matters In dramatic fashion.
All of the loser's runs were
earned, while the Yankees push pushed
ed pushed across two tainted markers.
Slack picked up his second win
against no defeats. Osorio drop dropped
ped dropped his second as compared to
no victories.
Frederick gaye up the Kings'
itrht v.n. and their four runs.
and Black was responsible for
three YanKee manners anu ium
qf their five hits.
Player tempers flared last
nierhh nn various occasions after
the umbires made calls on close
plays. Several irate Kings ians
jostled chief arbiter Willie Wil Williams
liams Williams as he made his way tor the
dressing room after the thriller
was over.
A group of sports writers who
witnessed the incident will
sugeest to league secret-ry
Carlo'" Delvalle that pfee
protection be provided the men
in bin un to until thev leave
th" park following eames.
The season's first doubieheadr
er is on tao tomorrow with the
first contest beginning at 5
o'clock ::it-:-f-
- Cerveza ? Balboa spltyr the
w'rtps in the lidlifter and Carta
viftla engages Marlboro In the
nightcap.
SHORTS
Scixtt Wat Pilot
mfw vnnic fTTPT
Vic
bivu nt Philariplnhia. the Unit
ed States xno. i tmaieur piayer,
srvri a nilnt in the Air Force
Hnrinff World War II with the
rank of first lieutenant.
Good Tennis 'Muddtr'
KF.W YflWK fUPI Herbie
Flam of Beverly Hills, Calif., gen
erally is regarded as tne worms
top tennis player on rain-soaked
clay. He is especially sharp at we
nai nn "nff" rniirtt and hi vol
ley! are worked up by careful ap-
proacn snots.
Lions Roarad
DETROIT -r- (UPI) The most
points the Detroit Lions ever
scored in single game was 59
against the Cleveland Browns in
the 1957 National Football
League title game.
Da-It. Yaunalf
NEW YORK (UPI) Charles
(Old Hoss) Radbourne, famous
"irnn man" nitrher of th ore
1900's, hit a home run in the 18th
innins on Aue. 17. 1882. to win a
1 0 decision.

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Slack's Whack

Kings
Austin, lb .
Green, ss .
Ab R H Fo A
4 11 7 0
4 0 12
4 1 1 .2
Henley, cf .
Hunt. If .
3 113
Peden, c S
0
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1
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2
1
0
0
0
1
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Heron, 3b ..... 2
Gladstone, rf . 4
Friend, 2b . . 4
Black, p 3
Osorlo, E 1
Osorio, A., p . 0
Totals
32 4 825 8
E. Osorio homered for Black In
9th.
(f) One out when winning run
scored.

Carta Vieja
Bartirome, lb . 3 1 0 0
Schmidt, rf . 3 1 1 5 0
Jacobs, 2b .... 4 0 1 2 1
Allle, ss 4 1 1 2 3
Parsons, If .... 2 0 1 3 0
Kern, cf 4 0 0 4 0
WUhelm, 3b ... 4 0 0 1 2
Shantz, c .... 3 0. 0 4 0
Thorne ...... 1 0 0 0 0
Anderson 0 1 0 0 0
Frederick, p ... 3 0 0 0 1
Slack, p ..... 1 1 1 0
Totals 32 5 8 27 1

Thorne reached first on error
fnr Shantz in 0th.
Anderson ran for Thorne In
9th.
Score By Innings
Kings
Carta Vieja
003 000 0014 t,
001 001 0125 5
SUMMARY Errors: Friend
i, Jacobs, Black.' Gfeen. Runs
batted in: Henley 2, Heron, Ja:
cobs. Parsons, AJlie,. E. Osorio,
Slack 2. Earned tuns Carta Vieja
3, Kings 4. Two base hits: Ja Jacobs.
cobs. Jacobs. Allle. Home runs: Henley,
E. Osorio, Slack. :, Doubleplays:
Wllhelm, Bartirome; Jacobs, Al Allle,
lle, Allle, Bartirome. Stolen bases:
Schmidt. Sacrifice hits: Heron,
Hunt. Wild pitch: Frederick.
Balk: Black. Struck out by: Black
3, Frederick 1. Base on balls:
Off Black 4, Frederick 5. Left on
bases: Kings 8, Carta Vieja 6.
Pitchers record: Black 3 runs, 4
hits in S innings; Frederick 4
runs, 8 hits in 5 13 lnnmisa.
Winning Ditcher: SlacK z-o.
Losing pitcher: A. Osorio (0-2).
Umpires': Wiijlams. Hilzinier,
Harrelson. A tendance: 2,183.
Time of game: 2:20.
Ma for Co'lene
Basketball Ratings
xripw vnnir rnpn The Unit
ed Press International major col college
lege college basketball ratings first place
votes and won-lost records through
Dec. 8 in parentheses:
Taam
Point
21 (2-0) 314
10 (2-0) 300
3 (2-0) 194
(1-0) 132
1. Cincinnati
2. Kansas State
3. Kentucky
4. Michigan State
X Nnhv name
1 (1-0) 101
6. North Carolina State (3-0) 99
7. (Tie) West Virginia (3-0) 7fi
R Nnrthwestern (2-0) 76
9. St. Louis (2-0) 60
1(1 St. John's N.Y. (1-0) 52
Second 10 teams 1, St. Mary's
Calif., 46; 12, Kansas. 43; 13 tie,
Utah and Xavier Ohio, 42; 5,
Texas Christian. 37; 16, Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, 31; 17, Mississippi State,
W; 18, Oklahoma State, 26: 19 tie,
Texas Tech, Marquette and North
Carolina, 22 each.

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khana gymkhana held at Ft. Kobbe, Hangar No. 4, on November 30th. A gymkhana Is a difficult test of
a person's driving skill. (Photo by a Eugene Thiei)

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By OSCARFRALEY.

xtipnr vnnir nrpi) Horse
racing went to sea today and tor
the first time in the history of
the turf a "boat race" doesnt
mean that the "fix" is in.
Some time tms evening, "-''
the S. S. Uberte is rouguiy xoV
miles at sea, the sea-going spec
ulators concernea wun "im "improvement
provement "improvement of the breed art go-
ing to piunge just j-"" t.--
. ."n-i-innt nr Hialeah. It' racing
with all the trappings right down
to pari-mutuel machines.
EVn tnougn me jiui-
strictly from ceUuloid.
To bored patrons of the sea-
lanes this can De me
thing since Eric int i nea wou
match race trom wuiuuu.
cause this is horse racing, right)
down to boots and saddles, ana,
even more important, how mucn
did the winner pay.
There will be pan-mutuel bet betting
ting betting with valid machines supplied
bv the American Totalisator Co.,
which handles all the regular
race tracks. There will be odds
boards and a regulation payoff.
All of which is handled by what
is known as Cinemaraces, ,nicu ,nicu-ing
ing ,nicu-ing filmed horse races.
Bat On Numbtrt
How it operates is as slick as
David Harum with a good horse-.
Each night the ship puts out an
eight-race program. The horses
are given names but actually you
bet only on the numbers which
the horses, carry.
After a 15 minute betting pe period,
riod, period, the ticket-issuing machines
are locked just as at the ordinary
race track. Then a passenger
spins a wheel, such as you see
at county fairs, and the wheel
stops at a number,
i Assuming that the number Is
four, the bonded employes of the
"track" go to a film vault con con-lainine
lainine con-lainine boxes much like a safety
deposit vault. The vault contains
groups of film fr races of from
T M .i u.. ru. on.
$ 1M bjr NCA My IM.
i aiiAou tatra aiftnff mv

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Its First
7 to 12 horses.- If it is
a 12-horse
view the
race, ngnt in puouc
steel container
the 12N- horse
number four in
bracket is with
drawn.
Then that race is
start to finish until
number is post:d.
run off from
the winning
Meanwhile, an accountant has
determined the odds on the Vari Various
ous Various horses according to how
much was bet on each. one. These
odds meanwhile are flashed on a
miniature tote board and, when
the race is over, the payoff be begins.
gins. begins. "Fixes" Seemingly Impossible
Specualtion immediately be
came rue as to how someone
could go about putting in the
"fix." It is, seemingly, impossi impossible.
ble. impossible. The races-are sealed in Tow Tow-son,
son, Tow-son, Md., and nobody knows
which race is in which sealed
box. The "tote-afloat" makes cer certain
tain certain that the payoff is honest.
The maximum bet, as the Lib-
erte makes its man horse racing
voyage, is 15. No races are used
over and there is always a freshS
supply of new races in the sealed
containers.
Programs similar to those in
use at every track are ready for
each -night's play. The names
given the horses are, of course,
fictitious As example I bet on
somethng called "Brigitte" in a
dry run Monday night on. the the theory
ory theory that she should outstrip, this
field. Her number was e i g h t,
which, it might be added, also is
a good round number.
Number nine won.
So, as you can see, this isn't
greatly different from ordinary
horse racing. Like in the second
rare T chose numher four., named

"Sweater Girl," on the assump-lOf

tion she Was a stand out. Num Number
ber Number five won.
j As I said, it s just uke regular
horse racing.
mad mbny on dates !H

VW Club

Gymkh

ana
This oast week the four month
old PanamaC.Z. VW. Club had
the busiest week of its short life.
On Sunday, fiov. 30, at Fort
Kobbe, the Club held its first
gymkhana. A gymkhana is a dif difficult
ficult difficult test of a person's driving
skill. The course is set up with
a series of obstacles, slalom and
garaging events. Contestants are
timed as they challenge the
course. The person with the .short
est time and fewest faults win3.
On the ramp area in front of
Hanger 4 at Fort Kobbe last Sun Sunday
day Sunday there'' was" an event for the
men and a separate one for the
ladies. About 20 drivers compet competed
ed competed in the events, The winners
were:
Men's Event
1st Place Claus Kleischmann,
Panama. ?
2nd place Werner Wolf, Pana-
ma.
3rd Place Mr. Edwards.
Ladies' Event
Ust Place Jeari: toouelas.
Fort
Clayton.
2nd Place Erna Farkas,
Clayton.
$rd Placer-Claudia Davis,
Fort
Bal-
una. v
Each of these espert drivers re
ceived an engraved trophy.
During the afternoon, the Fort
Kobbe Boy Scouts ; wld j refresh refreshments
ments refreshments to the contestants and 'the
large crowd of spectators.. The
profits from the sale of refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were placed in the Youth
Activities Fund of Fort Kobbe.
An important at this event
was Capt. Moreno of the Guar-
dia Nacional traffic section in Pa
nama and his wife.
On Monday, Dec. 1, at .:30
p.m., the Club held its largest
meeting to date in the Panama
Room of the El Panama Hilton
Hotel. The meeting was extreme extremely
ly extremely well attended and all present
enjoyed the two guest speakers.
The first, Sgt. Robert Engelke of
the Canal Zone Police, spoke on.
"The small car versus the big
car in modern traffic."
The second speaker was Willard
G. Malsie from Philadelphia.' Mat
sie with his wife has just complet completed
ed completed a 15 month tour of the United
States, Mexico, Central and South
America. They made the entir
trip in a Volkswagen Kombi. ( ,:
They had the station wagon
QuiDDed with a generator, refri
gerator,: and many other comforts
homl.
During their lourney
hev had to use the car as a ho
tel room only eight times. They
had a very interesting and excit-J
ing journey, running into revolu revolutions
tions revolutions along the way, at times us using
ing using river beds for roads where
rio roads existed. v' j
Mrs. Malsie said that she would
gladly make the trip again. They
sr. now looking at a man of Afri
ca. When Malsie was asked when'
he was going to stop traveling
and settle down; he said, "When
ipy wife is too old 'to push r a
wheel chair." ' .'
The next event of the VW Club
will toe-the big Chris'mas Pirty
at the Tivoli Guest House n Dec.
13 at 7;00 p.m. It will be necessa necessary
ry necessary to make reservations for this
dinner'dance. For information or
reservations call Jerry Schoeh at
Cuundu 5193 or Mrs. Douglas
at
Fort Clayton 6127.
Winning Hi Clot Ones
v. NEW YORK (UPI) Carl
Hubbell, Hall of -Fame pitching
ace of the' New York Giants: won
five:,l-0 games in 1933 when he
pitched a total of 1? sTiutout s ana
had a, l.N earned run average.
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PANAMA PROFESSIONAL Lf AGUE V

Teams M: CV...K
Marlboro ... . x
Cartav Vieja 1 1
2
x-,
1
0,
2
2
x
1
Kings ,t..,, .1
Cerveza, Balboa 1
7
Totals,
TONIGHT'S
At Olympic Stadium: Csrveza

Marlboro'XHardison 1-0)

Game time; 7:30
TOMORROWS GAMES
At Olympic Stadium:;.
Cerveza Balboa" vs. Kings
Carta -Vieja vs. Maflboro
' Came time: 5 p,m.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT

At Olympic Stadium's.

Baylor Head Football Coach
Sam Boyd Resigns Under Fire

WACO. Tex. (UPI) Sam Boyd.
head football coach at Baylor' the
past three seasons., resigned un under
der under fire yesterday.
Boyd and his enure coaching
staff were involved in the resig
nations and Baylor officials said
satisfactory financial arrange
ments would be worked out wun
both Boyd and the assistants for
he rcmainlngportions of their
The official announcement s was
made by Baylor President W. R.
White at a press conference, but
the news of Boyd a decision r. to
quit leaked out prior to the press
conference and was broadcast
over a WACO, radio station.,
.. The group of newsmen waiting
to g mto Dr; White's office for
the conference heard the news
first on a newcast.
Under fir
!Boyd had been 'under fire lajst
year when his Baylor team,' tout
edas the Southwest Conference
championship favorite, flopped in
to the cellar instead;
This season, it again wound up
in the cellart ;wihnmg onIy three
games although its spectacular of offense
fense offense .extended all of its oppo
nents but one:conference cham:
piOn ? Texas Christian, which won
2Z-fl.

.urlt wnue, wno naa inea imxiirecior aner me season.;:

bring peace within the Baylor:
family- and stave .off the furore
that, enveloped the school, it id its

ilumni groups in: the ; past lOVprivate business.

Balboa Brings

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XilC tl wj iuoo nwow k.U kJ O I
Kings against Carta Vieja last.
night was tne lourtn iast or iaie
inning, defeat suffered by. them
so;far. One pf -the, uriusuais, -in
baseball occurred When ;carta
Vieja's relief specialist,' Bill
Slack, dumped one of Alberto4 O j
sorlo's del'verli",? over the rHrhk
field fence In the bottom of the
ninth, with .'John. Anderson,
pinchrunning for Gerry Thome,
on : base, to transpose a 3 to 4
deficit to tfyto 4 victory;. It is
rea.llv ft rare occurrence' iiot 1
pitcher" td win i a game;willh 'Jilsi
awn home run.
i nere were mMuawiuri.uwi
contribute"! to the- Klngs defeat.
Bu Black's balk with Whitey
Schmidt on first "base :,ln XM
third inning was' dueMargely to
converted' flrstbaseman Frank
Austin's failure to be playing the
runner on the bair. Aftef plate
umpire Willie Williams t wayed
Whitey Schmidt to secpnd, ,Iav
Jaoobs shot a double Over Ken
Hunt's head neainst "tne leit
field fence driving in; WhlteyJ
. Another contrlnuHng lacior
was Pumosie Green's erratle
nlav at short. His error f
Thome's slow grljitindet proved
to be tostly Jafter Slacks look
hlr now; famoois .emt'?
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jobs. ,
: Thererhad been-, reports thai
Boyd would be offered the ath.
letic directorship,' Jjut'Dr. Whitt'.
ana lacuity committee i chairman
Abner McCall said that the coach
was never definitely offered thsti
post although it was discussed in informally,
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great athjetes. returned to Ml
alma mate"-' in 1950 when George
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head coach and ; athletic director
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DIABLO HI40THS .
MAJOR, LEAGUc
Teams , W L.
RG NEHI ,.'35i4
Wyon FrictioK Proofing 33 19
fuerza y Luz 28 24
Seymour Agency 23V4 26',a
Lucky Strike ... 25 27 .;
JP.A.A. 25. J...
H.I. Homa 18K wt
Fan Imperial ... 31,4
H'gh Averages
Bill Coffey 190
Ted Schmidt .185
Bud Balcer I85
Mae Lane ;. 1?
High team series P.A.A.-2871
High team game P.A.A. 104?
High 3 games Balcer 68T
High single game charters 2S5
. EC Nehi continued their lead
at the halfway point in the league
by downing Pan -Imperial 2 to
14. Wynn's Friction Proofing
gained on the leader by taking
a 3 to 1 victory over Fueria y
Luz. The P.A.A. "Jets' swamped
Seymour Agency 4 to 0 and es established
tablished established a season high single
game of 1042 beating their for former
mer former high game of 992. P.A.A. s
2871 made them the pacesetters
in this department.
Vbowling by hitting 659 which in-
ciuaea wo gam" w
Balcer posted a 687 to ieaa n. i.
Homa to a 3 to 1 victory over
Luckv Strike and boost his team
out of the last place slot. Balcer;
and Lanes big series moved tnem
into the second spot in the aver averages
ages averages as Coffey, Schmidt and Soy Soy-ter
ter Soy-ter had series below 500.
Pan Imperial M
Albritton
150
132
157
149
187
146
202
439
463
582
471
555
(LaBeau
140
197
180
170
170
198
145
183
Prusinowski
Bureoon
IKunkel
Totals
841 828 841 2510
RC Nehi Vh
158182
Vescio "'
219
146
159
17i
130
559
500
506
519
467
Klumpp
173
181
Allen
161
182
167
186
161
170
iKalein
Coffey
Totals
841 880 828 2549
Fwrll
y'-Lui 1
163 191
149 128
168 179
168 169
170 170
Sullivan
Leidner
Bieber
Fistonich
I7fl 532
184-. 461
141, 48S
173 510
Gliechman
161 501
Totals
V818 '837. -837 2492
Wynn's Friction Prooflna
Dub
195 194
215
584
felinely 5
173 151
167 179
156 170
181 157
169
167
182
204
493
513
Amador
Graham
508
Bell
542
Totals
872 831 937 2640
Seymour Agency 0
Boyer
195 191 142 523
160 181 143 484
JHassler
Bates
190 159 159 508
150 156 157 463
Kchmidt
Soyster-
- 182' 155 153 490
Totals
877 842 754 2473
P.A.A. 4
160 187
ftLowande
IbeLuca
159
162
171
165
246
m
55Q
567
589
659
155
230
214
167
233,
IKing
166
210
246
fvfelansdn
Lane
Totals
- 926 1042
Lucky Strike 1
154 185
903 2871
Soto
186
173
181
142
206
325
5 tO
498
415
581
Worrow
166
201
157
149
162
fcuttenberger
160
124
213
vietzger
pamian
Totals
817 854 888 2559
H.
Homa 3
202 204
charters
fOieischmann
188
594
494
459
6H7
453
189
165
246
190
159- 146
163 131
220 221
143 125
Pope
Balcer r
Rogers J
Totals
992 889 811 2692
LATIN AMERICAN
BOWLING LEAGUE
At long last, some one heard
bur desperate cry to stop Gulf-
Sride. It was Cerveza Balboa who
inally turned the trick, It wasn't
i complete shutout for Gulfpride
hey managed to take one Point
Ivhile Los Cerveceros grabbed 3.
Part of the concrete. wall that Los
retroleros tried to penetrate came
In uie siiape oi xturicnauer witn a
34 series and Di Paulo with a 517
eries. It is easy to see that it
Vas a rough night for1 the oil men.
ligil bringing in 419 pins and Bee-
ei xviiiuK a wo ocucb.
Marlboro shook Mercurio out of
iecond place when Hernandez.
me of Mercurio's rough Jewels,
auea to snow up oue to a Back
Injury. This takes nothing away
rom tne tact that Marlboro had
pretty good night with Dead
Eye (Guided Missile) Gomez tear
ng 489 pins down and Martinez
bowling a 465 ser.esv For the : Jew-
filers. Vargas oiled a 382 and
parnhart a 377. t
La Mascota and Crawford Agen Agen-les
les Agen-les split up the niehls bountv
ftach team taking two points. The
Haberdashers that were outstand
ing are La Grange with 441 pins
And Opio with 385. The Zenith

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salesmen of more resources were
Spiroa. With a 452 series and iu
randa managing to get 388 puis
in the down position, n
Volkswagen must wing a lot oi
National Radio, although Nation
al Radio Aad a two-man Hanoi
cap the, carmen came out re resembling
sembling resembling a battleship with all
euns firing, and ended up with one
of the highest games bowled so
far as well as one of the .highest
3 game, series.
Leading Volkswagen in t h i s
bowling spree were Waldron with
a 487 series and Serna with 445
pins to his credit. For Nation! Ra
dio, Hodge "and Michel had a pret
ry good mgnt witn 416 and 409 re
spectively. But, let's face it, Los
Lecheros from Volkswagen were
just too much and took all four
points.
Team Standings
Won .Last
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Gulfpride
Marlboro
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Cerveza Balboa
Crawford Agencies
La Mascota
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DIABLO'S BUSINESS
WOMEN'S LEAGUE
Teams Wen
Rudesheim's Contract. 32
Balboa Beerettes WVi
Glidden Paints 25
Rogers Rompers 23i4
Shoppers 19
Mountain Dew 17
Lest
16
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31
Averages: Rudy 154.
Schmidt
152, Mitchusson 150
Rudesheim I Mountain Dew 1
Rudesheim Contractorettes got
sweet revenge when they took the
measure of the Mountain Dew by
a 3 to 1 count. The last time these
squads met, the Mountain Dews
took all four from the League
leaders.
The Dew drinkers started oul
with a 61 pin win, when Elenir
Borgis shot a 174 and Mike Ward
tossed a 181. However, the Mount
ain Dew s success was short liv
ed, because the Rudys swept the
remaining- three points, with the
TP, being decided by the slim
margin of 10 tenpins.
Mountain Dew Mike Ward was
in ecstasy with her 578 handicap,
and Captain Borgis bagged 532
handicap. The starlets at Rude Rude-heim
heim Rude-heim were three fair ladies, Alar Alar-Ma
Ma Alar-Ma Vveyermutu Sou, Gwenn Sack
507, ahftJMuriel :'Mitcb'; Mlfchu
on '527,
, ait.
handicap.
- Roger' Rompers 3
Baieoa Betrettes I
The Balboa Beeret.es were dealt
a shock by the Roger's Rompers,
formerly Buyers, who had three
rollers that went over 500 handi handicap
cap handicap and harvested three points.
The Cerveceria Cuties, did man manage
age manage to solve one point, when ihey
look the middle game. The three
gals that spilled the beers were
Wanda Riley 500, Ginny Nessler
52a and Tnelma Lowande 512, all
handicap. For the Balboa bow bow-lerettes,
lerettes, bow-lerettes, with hubby spurring her
on, Marilyn Gayer was tops with
553 handicap.
Glidden Paints 3 Shoppers 1
The muli colored Glidden Paints,
climbed a litie closer to the sec second
ond second place, when they nabbed
three points from the hard press pressed
ed pressed Shoppers. Although both teams
are the one two outfits regarding
low handicaps, the Glidden Paints
are pushing the top teams, while
the Shoppers are pushing the base
ment aggregation.
The cttrtain opener was one of
those Alphonse-Gaston acts, both
teams tried to give the game to
the other. Eventually the Shop Shoppers
pers Shoppers nailed it down by 13 pins.
Then Scarlet O'Schmidt took
charge with a 201 game, and Glid Glidden
den Glidden glistened for a win by 101
maples. They continued their su su-premecy
premecy su-premecy by taking the last one.
Reggie Schmidt starred for Glid Glid-dens
dens Glid-dens with 518 and jolly Lil Gunn
fireballed tne pins witn an even
500, but the outstanding job was
turned In by a rookie, Sara Na-
siatka, new permanent member
of the Glidden stall, witn a smney
516. Airforce wi e, Maxine Nichol
and Army, wife, Inez Davis, shar shared,
ed, shared, iden ical honors for the Shop Shoppers
pers Shoppers with 504. All scored handi handicap.
cap. handicap. KIDNEYSmost
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MONTREAL. Dec. 11 (UPI)
Promoter Eddie Qulnn said to
day a return performance of the
great Archie Moore-Yvon Du
relle ring classic is a must" for I
Montreal next July. ;
And Truman Gibson, sresident
of the International Boxing
Club, agreed with him.
A classic It was one of the
ring's greatest as Moore per per-hapa
hapa per-hapa the oldest active cham champion
pion champion in boxing annals climb climbed
ed climbed off the canvas four times
last night (one from a slip)
and became the sport's all all-time
time all-time kayo king by blasting the
Canadian champion with four
knockdowns for an llth-round
knockout.
it was with good reason that
Durelle, the fighting fisherman
from New Brunswick, burst Into
tears In his dressing room from
heartbreaking; frustration; for
he had been almost as close to
becoming light heavyweight
champion as a man could In
the first round and again In the
fifth session of their blood-and-thunder
battle.
Moore admitted he' talked to
himself after hla second knock knockdown.
down. knockdown. "Hey, 'old man,' this can't be
age catchin up to you. You just
can't let this happen with the
all-time knockout record to be
won," ne said to himself.
' Whether Archie will be 42 or
45 Saturday, his birthday, he
carved a niche In boxing his history
tory history with his amazing deter determination
mination determination and surprising dyna dynamite
mite dynamite that many a future
youngster will envy as he
learns how knockout No. 127
was scored by the patriarch
from San Diego, Calif., before
8,484 frenzied fans In the Mon Montreal
treal Montreal Forum.
That thrilling knockout boost boosted
ed boosted Archie out of a tie with the
late heavyweight challenger, W
L. (Young) stribllng at 126 KO's
during their careers: 204 bouts
m 23 years for Archie, and more
tnan 230 in 12 years for Strib
ling of Macon, Ga.
It'll' be a long, long time be.,
fore tnybne else approaches 127
Cristobal Baseball
Inlersquad Game
Tomorrow Might
By TREVOR SIMONS
The Cristobal High School base baseball
ball baseball Tigers, plagued from the be beginning
ginning beginning of practice session with
stoppages due to rain, will play
their first imergquad game to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at Mt. Hope Stad Stadium
ium Stadium with game time slated for
7:30 p.m. This "Blue and .Gold"
game will serve to show coach
Dave Ingram what his starting
line-up will be for the fast ap approaching,
proaching, approaching, 1958-59 Interschool sea season.
son. season. Returning from last year's squad,
Don Humphrey jar Keigh Kulig
figure to be two Important men
for the Tigers. The Tigers will al also
so also benefit greatly from freshman
pitcher, Brian Lutz who made
great strides in Teener league
ball before coming to the "CHS
varsi'y squad.
Dick Vinas, Cristobal's good
left-handed chucker, give the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers a pair of good throwers with
which to seek their second varsi varsity
ty varsity crown of he young school
year.
Coach Ingram is expected Io
make a few shifts in his team's
line-up moving Humphrey out of
the catching slot and onto second
base to provide a snappy double double-ulay
ulay double-ulay combination with Kulig.
George Cotton, sophomore, is ex expected
pected expected to assume' the role of
first string back stop.
Alonj The Fairways
W0A Christmas Special
at Panama Saturday
An impressive turnout of lady
golfers is expected at the Pana Panama
ma Panama Golf Club Saturday, to parti participate
cipate participate in the special Christmas
tourney sponsored by tne Pana
ma Women's Golf Association ev every
ery every year at this time.
All players will .be competing
for the President's Cup donated
by outgoing PWGA president, Pat
Waring. In addition two big beau beautiful
tiful beautiful turkeys are up as prizes. For
t those whose putts refuse to fall
in, there will be "white elephant"
prizes since every member par
ticipating is requested to bring a
gift-wrapped prize worth aporoxi.
mately $l. !.
A luncheon and election of offi officers
cers officers will follow th tournament.
The lineup of players who have
signed up is as follows, however,
matches will be. arranged at the
club Saturday morning fori those
not listed helowr'.i-.-
7:50 a.m. P. Mansfield, M. Aus Aus-nehmer,
nehmer, Aus-nehmer, R. Wallace.
1:00 a.m. G. Senn;, C. Glicken
baus.' v, t," -.m
1:10 K, Purdy, P. Trim, E, Per Per-antie.
antie. Per-antie.
8:20 C. Bishop, J. Sullivan, M.
Vaiianno.
8:30 B. Dilfer, M. Dalton -8:40
F. Twomy. E. Mon'ealh,

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SWING YOUR PARTNER It looked like modern dance
night on the basketball court. The cameraman caught Arlen
Bockhorn, left, of the Cincinnati Royals and the swift
Knickerbockers' Frank Selvy in weird, ballet-like positions
at Madison Square Garden in New York. Royals won. 115-113.

I by
JOE WILLIAMS

WASHINGTON Maybe if you
listened hard enough you really
could hear the rallying cry of the
blue eagle, the sonorou. echoes of
the Rooseveltian ode to the com common
mon common man, the endless happy tread
of the marching boondogglers.
For here today, within a short
pipko-ff throw of the Capitol dome
another group of dissidents were
hammering out another new deal.
Baseball was on the threshold
of an economic revolution. The re reminiscent
miniscent reminiscent battle hymn was: Share
the wealth.
And there is every indication the
drive will succeed, and the draft
system which baseball was em employed
ployed employed for gener?fions will be jet jettisoned,
tisoned, jettisoned, and in T s place a self self-serve,
serve, self-serve, cut irate, open market will
be installed.
Under the present system a big
league club owner can wait four
years (it used to ba seven) before
he-, decides whether a player can
help him. Under the new, he would
have to make up his mind at the
end of one, or forfeit all proprie proprietary
tary proprietary rights.
Not since Ban Johnson elevated
umpires to human status and di directed
rected directed that they be treated ac accordingly,
cordingly, accordingly, has baseball been fac faced
ed faced with such a momentous break
with orthodoxy. .a break which
is designed to end lavish bonus
payments, sharply curtail, if not
eliminate, farm or development
operations, reduce scouting activi activities
ties activities to a minimum; in short, to
put everybody in the same boat,
the haves and have nots, the dy dynamos
namos dynamos and drones.
Even George Weiss, the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees general manager, who cha characterizes
racterizes characterizes the uprising as "self "selfish
ish "selfish and socialistic," and who is
here to submit an alternative plan,
"more reasonable and practical,"
is practically resigned to defeat.
"Ther are more losers than win winners,"
ners," winners," he shrugged bitterly.
The Easy Way Out
Weiss would continue bonuses
but with stiffer enforcement pro provisions,
visions, provisions, including income tax
check. The suggestion appears to
have enlisted no considerable sup support.
port. support. There are two other propos proposals,
als, proposals, on calling for total unrestrict unrestricted
ed unrestricted draft, the other, a Dodgers' ins inspiration
piration inspiration by the way, introducing
an exception.
Which is this: If a player is not
called up at the end of his first,
year in pro baseball, he is to re remain
main remain draft-free and the property
of the original owier for the next
three years. Because it promises
a development program of sorts
this One is favored.
Now what is back' of all this?
It this a long-lait confession by
baseball that it has been running
a worn down, outmoded store? Is

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it a manifestation of desperation
produced .by spotty attendance,
racing ano pro lootball inroad v
decaying franchises in former
strongholds, of .the sport?
Or is it simply a shameless ad admission
mission admission that the easy way out,
being less a strain on purse and
performance, is much to be pre-
lerreq.' Trial, whue slanted legis legislation
lation legislation may not be as admirable
as achievement through energy
and initiative, who cares, as long
as it pays off?
A statement by one of the more
vocal sponsors, insisting that: "The
very fact the two opponents in the
last World Series are against us
ought to be proof enough we are
on the right track," somehow does
not immediately suggest nobility
of purpose.
Demagogery has a more consist
ent record for serving selfish in interests
terests interests than truly corrective mea measures,
sures, measures, and if the Yankees and
Braves take a' dim view of this
philosophy, it would not be alto altogether
gether altogether incompatible with Americ American
an American precepts of free enterprise."
Good for tha Game?
Since the sentiment for what
Weiss calls "grab Bag" basebnll
extends to the National League :.t
would not be wholly correct to say
that the Yankees' long domination
activated the trend. True, it hasn't
been a deterrent, and not many
American Leaguers can be count
ed on to reject the share the
wealth doctrine.
As an exarriple of how a change
ir. climate can affect a baseball
man's thinking in a situation such
as this, there is young Lee Mac Mac-Phail,
Phail, Mac-Phail, recently appointed general
manager of the Baltimore club.
With the Yankees he was a
staunch defender of the status
quo; now he is listed as aggressi aggressively
vely aggressively opposed.
It is quite possible that a new
deal is exactly what baseball
needs. We don't profess to know.,
What gives us pause is the un un-statesmanlike
statesmanlike un-statesmanlike approach through
which pettiness and envy show all
too clearly. In spite of which, how
ever.it may still work out just
grand. We hope so. If it doesn't
you kiss the game goodby.
New York Grid Giants
Sign Cinci Halfback
CINCINNATI (UPI) -The New
York Giants Tuesday signed half halfback
back halfback Joe Morrison of the Univer University
sity University of Cincinnati, an early Giant
draft choice, to a professional
football contract.
Morrison was signed by Giants
General Manager Ray Walsh who
came here for. the transaction. No
terms were announced.

America's
Hif New

MELBOURNE, Australia (UPI)
America's Davis Cup hopes hit
a new low on Kooyong Stadium's
rain-drenched courts yesterday
when Barry MacKay and Alex
Olmedo were knocked out of the
Victorian tennis championships
by Spanish and Australian nlay nlay-ers.
ers. nlay-ers. Andres Gimeno, 22, a slim
Spaniard who is bracketed with
Earl Buchholz of St. Louis as the
surprise of the current Austra Australian
lian Australian season, pulled the tourna tournament's
ment's tournament's biggest upset by ousting
MacKay, Gimeno won the first
two sets Tuesday before rain
halted play and went on to de defeat
feat defeat the husky lad from Dayton,
Ohio, 6-3, 8-4, 10-12, 13-15, 6-1.
Mai Anderson, the Australian
who won the United States sin sin-tries
tries sin-tries title in 1957, dropped the
first set Tuesday before the rains
came. He bounced back Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and ousted Olmedo in an another
other another quarter-final 4-6, 6-2, 15 15-13,
13, 15-13, 6-3.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
Cristobal Gun Club ended last
week with their regular 1st Sun Sunday
day Sunday trap and skeet shoot. First
event was a string of skeet with
Lopp, Casanova, Johnston and
"Shorty" Schnexnayder participat-
was a near perfect score for three 1
of the participants and the fourth
fn : j
Second evont was a itrinff nf
single trap with Casanova, Lopp,
Johnston. Williamson and Damia.
ni participating. Damianj was a
nrsi time trap snooter i under tne
able and expert coaching of "Shor
ty" Schnexnayder) and made and
excellent showing. We hope this
young man continues to show in
terest and the same enthusiasm
as he did this past Sunday. The
club welcomes all newcomers who
have a desire and interest to
shoot.
nc uiuu niru imHi t;vein was
a round of double trap with Lopp.
I Casanova, Schnexnayder, Johnston
ft ti .1 T" ' HAT il
Th H,tA A ;!
,.-.vj v. c poi iiuipaiuig
This was no doubt the most excit
mg eveni oi tne day.

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Davis Cup Hopes
Low In Australia

Anderson, ranked second only i
to Australia's A'hley Cooper a-'
mong the world's amateurs was I
ruvian living in Los Angeles. But
Gimeno's triumph over MacKay,
Who played so well In a losing
cause against Australia In the
1957 challenge round, was a real
shocker for Captain Perry Jones
and his Yank cup forces.
Gimeno s triumph was parti particularly
cularly particularly noteworthy because
used the weapons which United
States and Australian players
developed to dominate interna

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TROPHY PRESENTATION Trophies were awarded first place
winners in the Summer Recreation Swimming Program by V. F.
Bright, President of the Summer Recreation Board, Friday at the
Balboa Pool. Receiving her trophy from Mr. Bright is Florence
Thompson. The other winners are, left to right: Ann Powellson,
Harry Van Loon, Patsy Albritton, Pat Rogers, Andy Jacobson,
and Jody Summerford.

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decades the power serve and
net volley.
Rain Interrupted the MacKay MacKay-Gimeno
Gimeno MacKay-Gimeno match three times and
finally washed but the last part
of the program for the second
straight day. High winds also
hampered the players.
Christ Crawford of Piedmont,
Calif., and Buchholz, who gain gained
ed gained the final of the New South
Wales tournament recently be before
fore before bowing to coooer, were
eliminate earlier in the Victo Victorian
rian Victorian singles.

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Resorts

PHILLIPS Octarrtloe Cottages
Santa Clare d "? 'V
..ma 3-1877 Criatobel 3-K73.
Genell Bliss private Guest House
en Santa Clara Beach . modern
conveniences . new Sun Deck
...PUyiround with barfcecue,
badminton. pingpeng, "n.
etc Accommodates 8, Navy
i2. ..
Baldwin'! furnished apartments
at Santa Blara Btaeh. Telephone
Smith, Gambea 302
Rooms
FOR MNT: furnished house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping "Km. double teuch.re teuch.re-frigerater.
frigerater. teuch.re-frigerater. hotplate,
,nd entrance. K.. 3, 52nd. St.
Til. 1-0638.
Rouses
FOR RENT: Completely f-r-niihtd
three bedroom house ad adjacent
jacent adjacent re Golf eauria. Urn liv liv-ingroom,
ingroom, liv-ingroom, diningroom, bar, porch,
tarracot and gardens. Ayailabla
Fab. 1st. Na. IS. fUth Street,
Gelf Haiihti. Telephone 2-1459.
Commercial Sites
FOR MNT: flee. 2 room
tuita with lavatory, excellent
commercial location. Phono -CI55.
FOR SALE
FRIGIDAIRE
AIR CONDITIONERS
i H.P.
$75.00
With Guarantee
Tl. 3-7206
Mr. Areaemena.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,
for rates and Information
TeL Panama S-0552
ATLAS"
Refrigeration Equipment
Comprestori Etc.
AGENCI AS
LARS EN, S.A.
Phone J-S491
Opposite Old Balboa Brewery
(Next to English Wharf)
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES VV TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile tow
Phone 3-49X4 3-4985
All Tvpes of Auto Insurance
if NICKliLCADMln.i :'
EVERLASTING BATTERY
Foto International
155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
Station.
The New
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With built-in Universal
Viewfinder System
Panama
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Apartments

FOR RENT: Furnished icrttn icrttn-ed
ed icrttn-ed ana bedroom apartment, $80
rant. Tel. 3-4644.
FOR RENT: Beautiful ona-bad-room
apartment in El Cangrejo,
MadUro'a.-Building. Far informa information
tion information call 2-2844 or 2-2854. from
9 to 12 and 2 to 6.
FOR RENT: Screened apart,
ment, three bedrooms, two bathi,
maid's room, dining and living
rooms, enclosed porch, aarafa.
Call Colombia 3, telephone 3 3-1875.
1875. 3-1875. FOR RENT: Thro bedroom
apartmant, maid's room, hot
water, garage, Fartilla. Fhona 3 3-2279.
2279. 3-2279. FOR RENT: Small modern apar apar-ment
ment apar-ment suitable for married ceupla
'1 residential section. 50 Street
number 41, Bella Vista. Close to
Baturro Store.
FOR RENT: Brand new one
bedroom apartment, most reason reasonably
ably reasonably priced in Panama, vary cool,
close to shops and. transportation,
will furnis soma .on) request.
Call 3.7493.
FOR RENT: Furnished screen screened
ed screened one badroom apartmant, 50
St. No. 36, telephone 3-4644,
$75.00.
FOR RENT: Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street No. 13..
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
at La Cresta: two bedrooms, also
one email bedroom, living reom,
dining room, kitchen, laundry
room, maid's room with service,
hot water heater, garage, large
yard. Available from lanuary 1st.
Telephone 3-7206 3-3028
for appointment.
j FOR RENT: New modern du du-pley,
pley, du-pley, beautifully furnished, two
bedroom apartment. Refined,
convenient location, $150.00.
Telephone 3-3884.
FOR RENT: $85 furnished
apartment, 51 St, number 30.
Call 3-7069 or 3-6480.

Georgia Judge Rules Against
Oiierv on NAACP Oraanization

ATLANTA, Dee. 11 (UPI)-An
attorney representing the state of
Georgia in a college integration
case tried unsuccessfully yester yesterday
day yesterday to use it for uncovering det details
ails details of 1HAACP operations in the
state.
Federal Judge Boyd Sloan rul ruled
ed ruled that B. D. (Buck) Murphy
could not ask a former NAACP
secretary specifically where the
organization gets its money for
Georgia operations.
The issue eamt up during ques-tinnine-
of Mrs. Marion Moore,
one of five Negroes who tried to
reeister at Georgia State College,
an institution for white students in
Atlants.
The'Neirroes filed suit after the
eolleeo reiected their applications
as incomplete because they did
not contain the required signa
tures of three alumni.
The plantiffs were running near
the end of a long list of witnesses
in the important civil rights ease,
one ot two pending in iieorgia uu
the school issue. The other in
volves the entire Atlanta public
school system.
The defending State Board of
Regents built its case around the
character of the Negro applicants
and their admitted failure to com comply
ply comply with all entry requirements it
the rnllece.
When Mrs. Moore took the stand
as a witness for the plaintiffs,
Murphy cross examined her
sharply about operations, of the
NAACP Atjanta office. 'He even
asked her who made out checks
and where the money came from
Murphy was tryl g to show that
the NAACP promoted, backed and
financed the efforts of tne Ne
groes to break Georgia s rigm
school segregation policies.
Mrs. Ioore, wbo was secretary
to 'jaripest NAACP Atlanta head
J. C. Calhoun until twp years ago,
acknowledged that letters con concerning
cerning concerning the Georgia State case
we-e prepared and mailed from
the NAACP Office In downtown
Atlanta.- ?"""
At one point she said there was
no NAACP connection with the
case bill later recalled that Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun told her the NAACP might
help finance a prospective law
suit.
JUROR DRINKS EVIDENCE
DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI)
Juror Richard S. Carter was ex excused
cused excused from duty after he admit admitted
ted admitted he drank a can of beer sub submitted
mitted submitted In evidence in a burglary
trial.

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ATHI8 -Bald Ui Bella Vista Thaetre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 Pord $150.
Mr. Grete, Panama 3-0010. Ext.
12.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: Austin-Haaly Sprite
Headmaster, 1958. Telephone
Balboa 4791, 4 to 6 p.m.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 57 PontW: station
wagon V-8, air conditioned, ra radio,
dio, radio, power steering and brakes,
many extras, Panama 2-1538,
Peterson.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
Open Committee
Meeting Slated
For Tomorrow
Dick Dehlinger, chairman of
of the 1W Panama Open cham championship
pionship championship committee, announced
today that there will be meet meeting
ing meeting of the 1959 Panama Open
Committee st S:30 Fr Way eve evening
ning evening at the Paname Golf Club.
All committee chairmen and
members are urjently request requested
ed requested to attend. Matter concern
ing the 1959 Open wnierj requir.
immediate attention will be dis discussed
cussed discussed by the committee at
large to determine operating po policies.
licies. policies.
crucnilLE TAX TRIAL
LOS ANGELES Die. 11 (U?IV (U?IV-A
A (U?IV-A $1,242,532 suit for federal in income
come income taxes, against' comedian
Charles Chhn is siaiea tor
in ii s f ai T.ourt .Jan. 5. R. a.
M.irton internal Revenue Service
special assistant here, Said Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday that Ue English-born actor
oweK'the.j!neyv otf, earnings up
... ill nirq i4iai I'h in.
until' Aprils iU( iM w
lin moved 16 Switterland.
or
An earlier witness engaged in
a brittle argument with Murphy,
who naa asxea ... .meg ww'.
man if. he were a. communisx. ?
The, Rev.' Samuel W. Williams1
said, irnphaicaUyi.ie was Aotf
labeled the, infprenc an Jftsolt
and said he "had question for
the white attorney, who hs rep
resented the state in a numoer oi
segregation matters.
"Aire you a member, of the Ku
Klux Klan?" Williams asked.
Sloan ruled both questions out
of order.
Frisco Area Rocks,
Rolls In Tremor;
Damaqe Is Slight
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 11 -(UPI)
A sharp earthquake fol fol-lnmed
lnmed fol-lnmed hv aeveral aftershocks rock
ed and rolled San Francisco and
sn.milp area for several min
utes early today, but caused only
minimum damage.
tw iTniversitv of California
seismoeraDh in Berkeley said the
tremor measured between 4.7o
and 5 on the Richter scale and
was centered 18 miles southwest
of Berkeley in Daly City.
niv ritv i a suburb on the
southwest edge of San Francisco
that suffered widespread damage
March 22, 1957, from a quake that
had a Richter reading of 5.25.
Today's quake was first record recorded
ed recorded at 1:49 (PST) and kept Hie
sensitive needle jiggling for seve several
ral several minutes. It was felt in down downtown
town downtown San Francisco with a rolling
motion about 1:53 a.m.
Residents of the Westlake area
of Daly Citv said, the quake was
preceded by s 'loud explosion."
William Benn, a United Press
International teletype; operator
who lives in Westlake, said the
shock woke him up.
"I heard a loud report," he said,
' and then there was a sharp jolt.
It seemed to me it was sharp as
the one in March.
"Some figurines we had on a
shelf fell to the floor and 'our
pictures were crooked. I went out
into the garage and found all my
tools fallen to the floor.
The quake touched off minor
slides on Highway 1 which rung
along the coast. However, the
road was not blocked.
CLOSI POUR SCHOOLS
NEW YORK (UPD-Four more
schools were closed Tuesday by
Fire Commissioner Edward F.
Cavanagh Jr. because of fire hai hai-arde.

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COLON OFF1CB: 15i Street end Amador
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Blond walnut table
, an ( chairs. Dark mahogany
' table and 6 (hairs. Lane cedar
chest. Occasional tables. Universal
blender, needs bearings. Radio,
recordatttv record player. Metal
quartermaster chest, table and,
buffet. Painted book shelves.
Mahogany lumbar, various sizes.
, Phone Balboa 3630. House ;
:r; "761-1 Barnaby Street.
FOR SALE: Bargain, Singer
sewing machine, 5 drawers, per perfect
fect perfect condition $50.00. Phone
3-6290.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALE: Diningroom set,
Chinese closet, side board, table,
chain, in good condition. Apply
No. 10, 94th Street, San Fran Fran-clsce
clsce Fran-clsce de la Caleta, Tel. 3-2196.
FOR: SALE: Bargain, baby strol stroller,
ler, stroller, almost new $15.00; original
price. $55.00. Call 1859, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALE-. Pay bed (living
.room sofa without arms) white
and cold tweed, $25.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 3537.
FOR SALE: Dining reom table,
mahogany with 6 chairs, all hand
made. Phone 3-5721. Rleardo
Arias street Ne. 18, apartment
6.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 26" fishing boat,
axcttflt' condition. Can ba seen
' ar' Tairiri;'jPjie 3-3151
nytimei;
Communists Hold
US, German
In Close ((islody
. BERLIN, Dee. 11 tVPD Esst
German Communists nerd a v.t.
Army flyer and a West German
civilian pilot in close custody io io-hv
hv io-hv with the aonsrent intention
of playing thenT off against the
continued refusal oi tr.e west io
extend recognition to the Commu-
nist regime. ;V 'j, ..
The American pilot was Lt.
Richard -Mackin j 27, who, par a a-chuted
chuted a-chuted 'into. the East Gjrman zone
le,e3,when nis.fcmall army cour cour-rier
rier cour-rier plane ran out 6f. fuel on a
routine flight. The Gsrman cap captive
tive captive was Georg Genth, of the
West German Port of Luebeck,
who force landed his ME-108
sports plane 200 yards inside the
Communist zone yesterday.
It was expected the East Ger German
man German regime would be as secre secretive
tive secretive about the German pilot as
they have been snout Lt. Mackin.
Since Mackin vanished, the Com Communists
munists Communists have admitted nothing a a-bout
bout a-bout him, beyond formal notifica notification
tion notification to the U.S. Army Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters in Heidelberg that the leeu leeu-tenant
tenant leeu-tenant is in their hands.
Human Space Travel
Nay Become Reality
During This Century
WASHINGTON, Dee, 11 (UPI) (UPI)-An
An (UPI)-An eminent Scientist has predict predicted
ed predicted to ttie House Spaoe Committee
that men will be travelling
through space by 198 at almost
the speed of light.
The speed of light Is 186,000
miles a secondfart enough to
reach the planet Pluto 3,582,000,
000 miles sway in less than six
hours.
The U.S. moon rockets so far
have achieved a maximum speed
of less than 24.000 miles an hour.
George J. Feldmsn. Space Com
mittee chief counsel, did not give
the name of the eminent scientist
in disclosing the prediction. But
a committeeispokesman said the
scientist wajtyhe head of one of
the foremost technological univer
silies in Europe.
The prediction was one of the
most optimistic to come irom a
noted scientist. However, others
nave forecast that within 10 to
20 years men would fly in nuclear
powered space ships to the plan
ets of the solar system.
- U.S. scientists already are'trv
ing to develop a nuclear powered
rocKei engine considered by ma many
ny many rocket experts as a major key
iq interplanetary nignt,
MONK I Y RB.Lt NTS
FRANKFURT. Germany (UPI1
(Bitter cold yesterdas forced a
monkey down from the too of a
17-foot church spire where it had
endured 24 noun of shivering
freedom from a 'Frankfurt zoo
cage. The monkey had escaped
when a veterinarian entered the
cage to give the animals injec
lions.
But after spending all night in
freezing temperatures, the mon
key decided that freedom in the
cold, cold outside world wasn't
WOTtnwnue.

In da la Oua Ave. NO. 41 rviv irvin rT 1 1 HIIJV.WIIMIIVWU ;

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Gnenera No. H.iil
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Accordion 120 base
good condition, $75.00, F. L.
Corn. Phone. 83-2125, 510-B,
Curunda) Hra.
FOR SALE New hot wate heat heater,
er, heater, still jn crate, glass lined bot-'
tied gass $90.00. Mr. Sweeney,
phone 1-7344.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred stal stallion
lion stallion "Tony" at stables near Old
Panama. Telephone 4-1015.
FOR SALE: Westlnghoiue
regrigerator, new 60 cycle motor,
$115.00. Call Balboa 3425 or
see at house 5426-A, Diable
Hts.
FOR SALE: 2 pair new drapes
length 60" with 136" with hooks
for traverse rods. House 502-A
Parita Place, Ancon, Tel. Balboa
1321.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALE: Living reom sot: 1
settee, 2 arm chairs, 1 coffee
table. Phone 2-3776, house
2247 Carr Street. X4
FOR SALE: Baldwin Acrossnie
piano. Light wood. Beautiful tone
and excellent condition, almost
new. $750. Tel. Gambea 754.
House 116-8 ladwin Ave.
FOR SALE: Weaver Spinet pia piano,
no, piano, excellent condition $350.00,
2620-B, Nicobar Ave., Cocoll.
After 4 p.m.
FOR $ A L I
'Household furnishings and ef effects
fects effects of the late Harry T. Hart
including all types of furniture,
tablet, dressers, chiffoniers,
chairs, wooden liquor cabinet,
Chinese rugst porch shades, sofa,
clocks, electric telechron, marine
and 400-day wglass doma,
linens, China, glassware, kit kitchen
chen kitchen tableware, kitchen utensils,
binoculars, ash trays, desk, elec electric
tric electric hot pad, electric iron, soap soap-stone
stone soap-stone plaques, table model radio,
lamps, bamboo "shelves, Chinese
table, Frigidaire, 12 cu. ft., 60
cycle, dinette wfour chairs,
'poker set, pistol, automatic, Colt,
25 caliber, etc. etc.
Such Heme are located in the
quarters of the decsdent, 027J 027J-B,
B, 027J-B, Gambea; Canal Zone, and may
be viewed from nine to twelve
noon, Saturday, December 13,
1958 and nine to twelve noon,
Saturday December 20, 1958.
Written bids may ba submitted
, either at the place of aale or by
mail to the administrator:
Robert .A. Engelke,
CO W. Sheridan, Jr..
: Balboa Heights, C. Z..
On or before December 23, 1958.
Dated at Ancon, Canal Zona
December 8. 1 9 5 8.
YOU GET MORE FROM, DECOR
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
Philco television, very cheap.
Phone 2-1140.
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL
FOR FURNISHING TIRES AND
TUBES
Panama Canal Company invites
proposal for furnishing 47 items
(approximately 1000 tires and
900 tubes). Sealed bids will be
received in the office of the gen general
eral general manager, supply division, for
opening in public at 10:30 a.m..
Daeembar 16, 1958. Additional
information and invitation P-59-21
may be obtained from the
above office, telephone 2-2777. :
FOR SALE: Water heater, gas
wall type, very good condition.
Recently checked and overhaul overhauled
ed overhauled $35.00. Can be seen at Hal Hal-man.
man. Hal-man. S.A. Via EspaXa No. 1.
Record Cutting machine for sale
plus supply of record blanks.
Brand new equipment. Going
cheap. Telephone: K. Jones, Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-1541.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALE: Modem piano,
BaldWin Acresonls, liqht color,
like new. $500. Enquire at Fe Fe-derieo
derieo Fe-derieo Bovr Avenue D4-22.
Phone. 1-33 nr.
Domestic Employment Agency.
We offer our service to Canal
Zene residents. B Avenue No. 73.
Phone 2-1535
POR SALE: Genuine 'German
canaries, quaranteed singers.
Acuario Tropical, Pet Shop, 49
Via Eipafti, Tel. 3-5411.:
Take 3 bataas Ut the price of 2
you pick yeur price. Artes de Las
Americas. Automobile Row.
SIGHT MOON VOLCANOES
EDINBURGH Scotland fmT
Scottish astronomer Patrick
Moore said today that a number
of British observers had seen ev evidence
idence evidence of volcanic activity 5 on
the moon before such tctivitv
wag reported recently by Soviet
scienwsi .. a. jcozyrey.
LIGHTING HITS PLANE
COPENHAGEN (UPI) A U S
naval plane based in Iceland was
hit by llKhtnlna- while flying in
to a storm on the west coast ef
Jutland. The plexiglass of the
plane, a twin -engine Neptune
I was aplintered, injuring one of
u ien-man crew,

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Real Estate
FOR SALE: tot 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodrome
Urbanisation, acres the Reman
Racetrack. All lots with street
floats, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W, McBamett.
Tel. 3-2567. !?
IN PAITILLA, opposite the new
schools. "LA INVERSIONISTA"
is building, house and lets to
your style, easy payments, LA
INVERSIONISTA,' upstairs, Gaia
do Ahorros. Tel. 2-3639.
FOR SALE:- Leaving Isthmus.
Two very comfortable country
homes, including anaxei, ideal
for dry season, weak ends or retir retired
ed retired persons, en Gorgona beach,
the bast and nearest from Pana Panama
ma Panama City, 50 miles from the fer ferry.
ry. ferry. $7,000 for both. See them
and make an offer: Telephone,
Balboa 1578 or Panama 3-6376.
FOR SALE: 1092 M2 lot at
LAS CUMBRES, Avenida Los
Caobos and 7th Street, lot No.
578. High and level. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-1869. from 12:00 to 1:00
and from 4:00 en.
Dogs
1
FOR SALE: Week eld Pure Purebred
bred Purebred Springer Spaniel puppies,
46-47 48th Street Bella Vista.
Phone 3-6936.
,;:The story of a young woman'gj
TWo-yeaf trip arouna yie wona
accompanied by her small son
is told in ''Give Mev Tne World,"
a new book placed in circula
tion this week by tne -canai
Zone Library.
Leila Haoley, the author oi
the book, was 25 years old, rest'
less and bored with her success
ful career when she set off for
the Far East with her 6-year
old son. This is a factual ac account
count account of her experiences before
ana alter she and her son Join
ed the four-man crew pf the
Schooner "California" for a,,trip
arouna tne woria.
Tne complete list of new
books and their authors- fol'
lows: :
NON-FICTION Only a Tril
lion,1 Isaac Asimov; The Invert
teorata, L. A. Borradlle; Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, M. W. Childs; Israel To Today,
day, Today, Ruth Gruber; Give Me the
World, L. E. Hadley; Anatomy
of Me, Fannie Hurst;, New Bot Bottles
tles Bottles for New Wine, J. S. Hux Huxley;
ley; Huxley; Stay Slim for Life, I. J.
Kain; Daughter of the Gold
Rush, Klondy Nelson; woman's
uuiae to Better Living 52 Weeks
a Year, j. a. Schindler: The
Complete Book of Absolutely
Perfect Baby and Child Care,
E. G. Smith; The A.F. of j. in
the time of Gompers, Philip
laii; ana practical Yacht Con
structlon, c. J. Watts.
FICTION Theme lot Ballet.
Vlcki Baum; Looking Glas
Heart, Myron Brlnig; Gideon's
iwonin, jonn creasey;,rThe
Brbnc People. William Eastlake:
The Trouble With Lazy Ethel,:
E' K. Gann; Angeliaue, Anne
Golon; Servant's Problem, V. P.
Johns; The Unknown Soldier,
Vaino Llnna; Let No Man Write
My Epitaph, Willard Motlev:
nd The Once and Future King,
a. wnii.
MISCELLANEOUS Mvsterv
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Smith; Job Guide for Young
workers, iwoa-ia. U.S. Em
ployment Service; and Your In
come Tax, 1958, J K. Lasser.
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LOURDES. France MIP11 Pone
jumi aaui nas ordered a one-
weeK postponement of the cente
nary services at the shrine of St
Bernadotte here, it was announc
ed yesterday. The announcement
said the closing ceremonies had
neen moved back from Feb. 11 to
reb. 19 to avoid a conflict with
Ash Wednesday observances.
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Eisenhower Scoffs At Report
Ot Russian LPo erecf Flight

WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (UPI)-
President Eisenhower scoffed yes
terdav at reports Russia, had
flown an atomic-powered plane.
But he saw no reason to douDt
the Sovieu had an B,uu-mue Bal Ballistic
listic Ballistic missile with a five-megaton
nuclear warhead.
The President said the United
States possibly could produce an
atomic plan now mat wouia rise
a few hundrefeetBut 'he said
U.S. scientists saw no point Jn
such a trick since it would, hae
no practical value.
Discounting the Russian report,
printed by Aviation Week maga magazine,
zine, magazine, Eisenhower told a news con conference
ference conference there was no intelligenc
information or reliable evidence
of any kind that Russia had beat beaten
en beaten the United States in the A A-plane
plane A-plane race.
On the other haml.' lie said he
would not refute a second1 report,
said to have been transmitted to
him from Soviet Premier ,Nikita
S. Khrushchev by Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey (D-Minn.), that Russia
had an 8,700-mile H-bomb-carrying
ballistic missile ?-'!...
' "I would know no reason what
soever why this could not be
done," he said. Eisenhower1 noted
in this connection the United
States had tested successful? its
6,000-mile Atlas missile.
The presidenuai news comer comer-ence.
ence. comer-ence. the first in five weeks, pro
duoed these other major develop
ments:
The President bluntly brand
ed as not true' former President
Truman's charge that Eisenhow
er stood idly by during the 1952
presidential, election campaign
while Sen. William js. jenner (K (K-Ind.)
Ind.) (K-Ind.) called Gen. George C. Mar
shall a traitor. Eisenhower said
he long had regarded Marshall as
a great man.
. iEisenhower decried as "rep
rehensible" the refusal of Alaba
ma officials to turn over to the
federal Civil Rights Commission
public records on Negro voting
registration He said it was
rather sad sort of thing" because
it was part of a general refusal
to obey the laws of the land
The President pledged the U
nited States to stand firmly be
hind its decision to remain in
Berlin in the face of Russian de
mauds that the Allies get out. lie
said this country was duty bound
to help maintain the freedom of
West Germans.
Eisenhower challenged the
Democratic Advisory Council to
propose new taxes to meet the
costs of a vast spending program
it proposed last week. He said
many Americans. would be star startled
tled startled by the costs -of the proposed
Democratic program s T'
The President took a highly highly-guarded
guarded highly-guarded view of a variety of re recent
cent recent reports of startling Russian
NAMED GRAND MARSHAL
PASADENA. Cftlit (UPI)
Governor-elect WUliani A. Egan
of Alaska has been named grand
marshal of the t 70th annual
Tournament of Roses parade on
New Year's Day. -Egan and his
wife -will' arrive here Dec. 28 to
attend the coronation and ball
for this year's rose queen, Pama-
la Farther. :
REDS VISIT POLAND
WARSAW (UPI) A 13-man
East German Communist dele
gallon led by party chieftain
Waiter Ulbricnt arrives toaay to
demonstrate Polish East Ger.
man friendship -in the face of
East-West tension over the fu
ture of free Berlin.

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PEGLIO. Italy (UPI) -Outsid
ers who marry local girls of this
Alpine community will have -. to
pay a special tax. Peglio's may mayor
or mayor imposed the tax ; yesterday
under a 16th century decree atir
thorizing the village to apply an
honor taxation on any malt
from ;outside,. the community who
mirnea sun irom ims lake
Como town.
ADENAUER HAS COLD
BONN, Germany (UPI) Chan
ceHor Konrad Adenauer. 82. ha
a slight c61d and will remaic
home for several days, his physi physicians
cians physicians said yesterday. They said
they believed he caught the cole'
while" attending an election rally
in West Berlin last week, where
tne ireezmg mapc.
progress in the developments ol
scienuuc weapons, ne lerx uu
mpressron me Soviets naa done
little not .accomplished by this
country. ,',
on the report Humphrey gave
him of his eight-hour talk with
Khrushchev in Moscow. But if the
Russians do have an 8.700-mile
missile and a five megaton H-
bomb the President saw nothing
amazing, in'that.
"Weinow that tfaev have a vat-
ry fine technique and we know
also, they have exploded bombs
of over a megaton in size," he
said. "We hay. done.- the. tsame.
Wdk Via Vea ale a, an Am ex ofull 4-.1-.
an iCJJM. of sufficient range."
Todays Opening
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US Unemployment Curbed
By Factory Strike Settlements
' WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 (UPI) Tha government re reported
ported reported yesterday that strike settlements which tent fac factory
tory factory workers back to their jobs last month helped hold
down the usual sharp November rise in unemployment.
The Census Bureau reported that unemployment
throughout the nation rose by 28,000 to a total of $3, $3,-833,000
833,000 $3,-833,000 last month. However, this change was within the
range of statistical error in compiling the figures and was
not regarded as significant.
Last year, when the recession was gaining momen momentum,
tum, momentum, unemployment climbed from 2,508,000 to 3,188,000
from October to November.

The Labor and Commerce De Departments
partments Departments reported that.Novem that.Novem-ber
ber that.Novem-ber employment fell 653,000 to
64 653,000 because of seasonal
curtailment of farm activities.
But the number of manufac
tnrlnr jobs increased by 155, 155,-000
000 155,-000 to 15,697,000 instead of
showing a customary drop. The
increase was attributed to set settlement
tlement settlement of strikes in the auto,
' metals and machinery indus industries.
tries. industries. Also helping to hold unem unemployment
ployment unemployment at the October level
was the fact that fewer house house-wves
wves house-wves and students went looking
for Christmas jobs. About 160,000
persons got Christmas jobs in
stores but this was partly offset
by" the usual cold weather lay layoffs
offs layoffs for 100,000 construction
workers.
Average weekly hours of fac factory
tory factory workers rose by 12 minutes
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the ?4
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Manama Canal Company:
' Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 91 4
t Low 73 77
HUMIDITY t
High
' Low
95
57
95
76
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-19
RAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82
NW-17
.50
83
BALBOA TIDES
FRIDAY, DEC. 12
Low
10:49 a.m.
11:11 P.m.
4:29 a.m.
8:05 p.m.
TODAY
75c.
1:35, 3:05, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 p.m.
BARDOTS
FIRST
DCS
PICTURE!
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Prohibited For Minors
Under 18 Years Old
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to 39 9-10ths hours in a better-than-season
rise. Earnings of
factory also went up by three
cetns an hour to $2.17,
Both of these factors boosted
average pav for factory work workers
ers workers to a record high of $86.58,
an increase of $1.62 a week.
The seasonally-adjusted rate
of unemployment fell last month
to 5 9 per cent of the entire la labor
bor labor force a 10-month low. This

figure had been decreasing since
it hit a recession high of 7.5 per
cent. It usually ranged from 4 to
4.5 per cent before the recession.
The generally favorable Job
report noted that the number of
workers unemployed for 15 weeks,
or more has declined by 400,000
In the past three months to 1, 1,-200,000
200,000 1,-200,000 In November.
US Toy Warehouses
Emptied By Sudden
Boom In Business
LOS ANGELES Dec. 11 (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The toy business, dragging its
heels through the long summer
while the' nation recovered from
a recession, has taken on the as aspects
pects aspects of a boom.
Manufacturers who met a wave
of caution from their retail out outlets
lets outlets cut production when early
Christmas ordering fell far below
expectations by late sifmmer.
The trend now has been re reversed
versed reversed and retail jobbers have
splashed in orders that have emp emptied
tied emptied wholesale warehouses and
caused speedups in assembly
lines to meet an increased, de demand
mand demand for toys that began only a
few weeks' ago.
Pensick and Gordon of Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, largest manufacturers rep
resentative west of Manhattan,
regard the early trend as a "gen "gen-eneral
eneral "gen-eneral falldown."
"Retail outlets played it too
safe, they ordered too low," ac according
cording according to AJ .Gordon, who with
Sam Pensick has been dispensing
toys in the West since 1925.
Gordon said the late ordering
meant retail dealers i possibly
would have toy shortages as par parents
ents parents swept through their stores in
last-minute shopping sprees.
He defends the dealers and ex explains
plains explains their caution was based on
I the recession in business in gen general.
eral. general. However, he also feels they
j did not make allowances for the
I fact that the toy business always
! makes a spurt in December when
nearly 75 per cent of the toys are
sold for the year.
"There never has been a bad
year in. our business," Gordon
adds. "People buy for their kids
whether times are tough or not.
In hard times toy prices ate down
and they, still buy everything they
possibly can for the kids."
Tickets Can Still
Be Reserved For
'My Three Angels'
The Theatre Guild has announc announced
ed announced that reservations and tickets
are still available for the remain-
i ing performances of the current
production "My Three Angeles,"
showing at the, Ancon Playhouse.
The comedy will be presented
this evening. a well is the nights
of Friday and Saturday", Monday
and Tuesday.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Kathy Wilber,- Balboa 3426.
between the hours of 10 a.m. to
1 p.m., 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
JEREMY CHRISTMAS
Jt RAP 3HAPC IT HAP ID

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OF THE I g WORK AWD AP SSlSttV: t RIN.M TWPlRaWQai JUST IN JT 1

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THREE NATIONAL VICE-PRESIDENTS of the AFL-CIO In the UUnited States visited the
Isthmus this week en route to South America While here; they called at the office of Gov.
W. E. Potter for brief conference, Left to right are James A. Suf fridge, president cf tha
Retail Clerks International Association; Richard F. Walsh, president of the International Al Alliance
liance Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes and Motion Picture Operators, United States and Can Canada;
ada; Canada; and William Schnitzler, secretary-treasurer of AFL-CIO.

Storm Adds Sixteen More Inches Of Snow

Before Weather
NEW YORK, Dec. U (UPI) -A
marathon storm hit Oswego,
N.Y. with 16 inches more snow
yesterday before the sun Came
out and the city's six -day ordeal
ended.
The city of 23,000 lay paralyzed
unaer 20-io0t drifts and average
snow depths of more than six
feet. Snow had fallen off and on
for six days and from 60 to 62
inches had piled up since Sunday.
But the storm appeared ever
at last and the mammoth cold
wave gripping the nation's east eastern
ern eastern half was. eating.
Temperatures got down to .34
below zero at International Falls,
Minn., and were expected to slip
below zero last night from the
Mississippi to the Eastern Sea Seaboard.
board. Seaboard. But warm, moist air was
shoving against the Arctic air
mass and the worst of the cold
wave, appeared over.
Across the cold belt, snows and
sub-freezing temperatures were
blamed for at least 25 deaths.
Traffic accidents on iced high highways
ways highways killed nine persons in Illi Illinois,
nois, Illinois, three in Indiana, two in New
Jersey, and one each in Iowa and
New York state. Three men died
Red Korean General
Demands Return
Of War Prisoners
PANMUNJOM, Dec, H (UPI) (UPI)-A
A (UPI)-A North Korean general startled
United Nations command officers
today by demanding that the U U-nited
nited U-nited Nations return more than
27,000 Communist "prisoners' who,
he said, were "illegally abducted"
during the Korean War.
Mai. Gen. Kang Sang Ho, chief
Red delegate at the 90th meet
ing of ih Military Armistice Com Commission
mission Commission at Panmunjom, made. the
demand to counter a U.N. de demand
mand demand for the immediate release
of 48 South Korean fishermen
seized by the Reds since CJovem CJovem-ber;.
ber;. CJovem-ber;. U.N. officers, in the first unof unof-f;cial
f;cial unof-f;cial reaction to K ng's demand,
dismissed it as a piece of .ass
propaganda." They pointed out
that the 27,092 Mortb Korean and
Chine: e nrisoners who rejected
repatriation during prisoner of of-war
war of-war exchanges did so voluntarily.

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shovelling snow,' two ill' Iowa and
one in Michigan, and two Chicago
transients froze to death. In Ohio,
cold-sparked fires killed three
and a man was killed by fumes
from a defective furnace.
Although the warmup was be be-ginnng,
ginnng, be-ginnng, Great Lakes captains
were fighting a desperate battle
to et rhir ships to clear wa water
ter water before the locks frees fight
for the winter.
Two Coast Guard let eutters
and a sea-going tug were trying
to smash paths for 11 ships
through a nine-inch ice field in
the lower St. Mary's River separ separating
ating separating Lakes Michigan and Huron.
The temperature was 12 below
zero and frost haze cut visibility
to zero:
Condition eased on the St.
Lawrence Seaway, A lakes freigh-
Engineers,
Eastern Officials,
Agree To Meeting
MIAMI, Decv 11 (UPD Eas Eastern
tern Eastern Air Lines met with its strik.
ing flight engineers today to set
a time for getting together On a
surprise proposal anno unced
yesterday by union officials.
Jack Robetrson, head of Eas Eastern's
tern's Eastern's flight engineers, declined
to give any details of the propos proposal.
al. proposal. He said it would be left up
to the company to determine
when the meeting should be
held.
The engineers and Eastern's
mechanics walked out Nov. 24 in
separate disputes over a multi multitude
tude multitude Of issues. The double strikes
caused the airline, one of Amer America's
ica's America's largest passenger carriers,
to suspend operations. ..
Negotiations have been under
way off and on about two weeks
between the company and the
mechanics' union, the Interna International
tional International Association of Machinists
(IAM).
Capt. Eddie R 1 c k enbacker.
Eastern's board chairman, ar arrived
rived arrived here yesterday to take per personal
sonal personal charge of negotiations.
A federal mediator tried to get
the engineers and company to together
gether together yesterday morning, but
the engineers did not respond.
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ter, the Selkirk, cleared the ,Sou ,Sou-langes
langes ,Sou-langes locks vest of Montreal
and headed for Massena, N.Y.,
where officials expected no diffi difficulty
culty difficulty in locking it through.
At Oswego, the snows ended
iutt t panie began to creep in into
to into the snowbound city.
A blinding storm started at
midnight and the snow kept com coming
ing coming down steadily until 11 a.m.
Before it stopped, police Capt.
John Hagehy admitted "fear is
starting to creep in."
After as much snow as the city
could espect in a whole month,
residents were beginning to won-
aer 11 me storm wouia ever end.
Fears mounted as the heavy
snow cover beean to crunch
through the roofs of homes.
One' of the caved-in roofs was
in a boiler manufacturing plant
employing 150 persons. No one
was in the plant, however, be
cause the storm had closed down
practically every industry and all
tne schools in the city.
As the storm raged on, police
waded through hip-deep snow to
get two expectant mothers to hos hospitals.
pitals. hospitals. A 22-month-oId girl was
dead on arrival after she was
carried through the storm to a
hospital. .A state of emergency
remained in effect and police and
Red Cross teams used skis to get
food to stranded homes.
When the snows ended, towns townspeople
people townspeople turned out en masse to dig
out. Calls for emergency fuel and
food deliveries continues, but po police
lice police and volunteers who had been
working 18 to 20- hours a day
were able to fill most of the de demands.
mands. demands. Federal Retirees
Got Half Million
In '58 Annuities
WASHINGTON, Dec. 11 -(UPI)
The federal government tpaid
out $507,606,149 in annuities to
more than 312,000 retired civil
servants in 1958, it was reported
yesieruay.
The Civil Service Commission
said 51,840 new retirees were add added
ed added to the rolls for benefits under
the governments retirement pro program
gram program under which participants
contribute about 6M ner pent nf
their pay..
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members ..who apparently lost
their lives along with Venta and
seven omer persons, including two
children, in the blast which rip ripped
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yesterday.
fhree persons, Including two
girls, were seriously injured.
Flash Fire Burns
Six Making Repairs
At Navy Tank Farm
A f)alrfir wfifnti VmV..'
suddenly in an empty gasoline
storage tank at the U.' S. Navy
tank farm on Calota Rnit ru.
tobal Monday sent six men to the
wco Joio Hospital for treatment
of burns, according to reports re received
ceived received today.
The workers were nrpnarlno ih.
tank for insnprtinn wVisn osia va
pors apparently were ignited by
an electric lan.
Onlv one of the men. AManHrn
Luna, a Panamanian employe of
the Naval Fuel Depot, required
hospitalization. He was reported in
eood condition at the hosnitsl to.
day.
Three fire rigs from Coco Solo
were called in pvtinpiiieh tha Mi
The flames first appeared to be
under control, then burst-forth with
renewed vigor before finally Being
put out. ...TV
An estimate nf the ilamarai hat
not yet ben revealed.
The five other injured men, who
were treated fnr copnnH.HoorsD
burns on the face, arms and hands
were listed as Joseph W. Nelson,
American, a supervisor;, Arthur
r.vans, Panamanian, a fireman;
Gaston Lefer, American, an elec
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and Arthur Stekart, Panamanian.
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