The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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

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' ,.SFC SAM ORTEGA from .the Engineer. Section or the VS. Aimv
Carlbbeans School, Fort Gullck: proudly-tells two f 'his lchH lchH-'
' lchH-' dreovllttle.Dave and' Betty Ann, Jthatc they have'two little sisters
anda. brother, all born recently at the Coco 6o1q Hospital. Or
tega says' that it this continues,1 -he' will -probably'have to- stop
.' using names and tatt uunimemBers. ' ;V&. Army- Photo)
- -' wist.? .... .",;. .',
tfl Umbers F or ,6ucfc. Trpesf

Fund

hi
Orbits-$2594
'K

i! ( : 4 4
l Thr Canal Zoom. United, n y:
- ;terd'went over the top .with
tlZlfiH hic is $2,594 abovi its
1a,000 &okl, V mamhg the 1959
campaign as r complete success.-

ComOLroller atepuen -v. mww
' sort reported ;t
mt.ri.- h'nni u went. .GoV; VW. E
; Potter and, ther members of. the
fund's "execiv .board at'ineeli:
' : tog" .yesterdly;-?v:':Kf.;t
y.The Governor, wa ;mgh vin his
praisVAf the military: and Civilian;
;thronBhaww; new. they? would
ior. a caU Jmportanti as this
; ? he' saifef ind; proud: of them.;
; The 'i announcement of the fund
report. was1, quicfclj ; followed, py,
: motion maae Dy njnin ""
; chairman of .the UnitedV Fuhd ;bud:
.4 get; 'jtnd lailons- egftmittei -for.
execunye ooaiv appro(f u w 20
tnbuuon .01 junns parwcipm
vjng''gen;ciet.i; $fV&;X&
, Mm alXaM(rf board aothwlr r
uHm fer' ajui ..ofKcTa1. te use
Hi itCshWed last yaari;
,J-'far' pay WMacla.!i,
Wfiyj-BMafeHtM .taf
? aclt alioeatad, 4m 1a".$SW $
. t rt .iump sum wouio w
theneardvi- nsttogXof ;all
. cations W. heiven to;.ach;aeency
'. ; which Sncludes their;. approved tatd tatd-f
f tatd-f gets hsetetile4nvetiga.
fidh'of eict-Wsetscyftirinemberi
omdsighatw may nay
v i beeD TkiU$?itsj : ; www
:v This mlf !Htr4; igeneies;f
, ware : Canal' Zon CifWtrr1 i Cbm-
mtt :. Itni-M lntrnaiMl
tann' Service WMMW
? ;The, it;: agencies -and their:
, American' Red Cross. $23.0001. t.
American ; 'Seel Hy gif e Assor
) 'AQantit Religious fWdrkers .Asr
Bov Scents. $H,03ft;;,v i?Aft,:.if,:.;
' Csnil -Zone. Cancer Cbmtnittee,
1 ,Canal zone4.Committee for,"Aid
to Physically Handicapped rPaf

people a-a DUHiness ; nrnis
sHccessJffiur-Ap e,opM;iame

, Board (tatini AmericanpBmwuni.
. ti)r$2,500;'J'r: :
CanifcEefltvSiunmeY: Recreation.
nn.rA't Tt. j. rtv: er am iWv:

1 Coroials,,; Hospital Y Occupation 1
; nd RpcipaUM TUnovxaBSi iZone,

' S l(rternationtt Bf y S6ut'l$S,6l;
' .International' Girl Scoti; t?.p50;
. lnterHtionl.' Social Sivieei-, A A-merican
merican A-merican Brsch.'ICi.: 179.93: ;

,iYTr''Natiohal ftmtlfa'-AM(m
ftCi ,:'.Salvafl;n,Afniyt.trob;

: umteo,, seaman 5eryice,-.,ioi.-
untied' sryic prianiiations,
Inc.-, $15,900:;
: t TMcV4U0,01.4tV;.V.V.(
v T0Ul.campigH"7'osts s lot" 'the
19SS i campaignre $4,S8S.I This
included aN viraigi nsterial
costs, y administrative -i inromotion

j ana eainipaign expenses

1 eaimpaign expeBses.,y
KKtv;'V..:';-.f1.;r:.;'.V

Thinking ip names-, for- th

triplets 4- whieh. j broHghv-' the
number I his s children io ilO
was one vf the' biggest prooienu
facing -A- Port 'Oultck' soldier
when, the babies arrived-at Co Coop
op Coop Solo Hospital Monday morn
ing. "But it -isn't true, 'as some
of, his Jrlendr claim,'-that the
infants -f wlll he given1 jnumbers
instead of "riamev M: .tj.
PnS- ,amw,OrtegaisslgnwltP
the UB. : lArmx.1' "Carlh bean
School haihelped select names
fop all hisyojingstra since the
first,, was 'bora" in -1941, But this
time ne usn niam gave up, ana
tcld Vhis wife; r "Mommie, ''I'm
leaving 'thla up to yoti.,
Jylommle ;chose- double names
who came Into: ttle jwprld 6:24
Ma, 'Ma t Iaten, : arle.car?i,ee
hfts, heen aelected,' 'for;helorie
by,; born M ?:$t im;i wnfle; the
younges.t I MUhe triorh04' ari ari-rlved
rlved ari-rlved at 08 .iunt&Ued
arolAnnes; njfe'VwKS
'The i? bapies!:;stllI:Vek i-.
cuba;tc!i:-aad nroatoiwS: ftot
be; ,relese4Atrom jjh
wneni-iMrs. .ortega Qes;.nome.
Thisp wills lv: .the -yeaold
mother chance i vto expand the
stock i; r,T.baby .necessities vsle
.had : ohj 'handl 'T ;
'if-TnOrtegas'werev,npfcnpr,e'-paredWysirice?,,
doctori y at,Coc6
Solos ,na ac-''siris:
blrth i and vther Already 5f were
Wo sets ot -twins in -thiamllyi
? Only i twoppf ythelfliiherf chtt-
4ren.haver:bMnVSing)-;ih? the
CanaavzoheE wlthe : jOrteaas.
Sihce -he:thri:r:making
.1i)r;Ti0llaiv4,--An:Wlt
au the- brothers arid : sis sis-ters
ters sis-ters probibljr wont get.togetheT
untUAthe" UAt.AfmvTCitibbean
two7bedrppm h6use a:rprt;Gu-
iick. -am : wxm pine zmaamgm zmaamgm-panslorfc
panslorfc zmaamgm-panslorfc fit thei :f amilv theMifr
mMie (,n,mgr,aequaie
hdusing ,3wW toe -arrangectf-'
.KarttirJMari .JCarK ieethd
Caroltl'AnnivaTe'Mrs',QrtgJi,s
fifth: 'Sixth and -seventh, feltMk.
P3ti had .-j three "iichUdrert by
i?'wrlom',inirriaB;
: ue rosier or nis youngr pnes
reftds Charlotte Anne-, born in
iv5? Mary:,jane na Sam, Jr.;
twins who' arrived in l4Bi feet-
ty-Apr; who .bOwe diirlhg
lfl65twinsjani(5e:H: Jimmy,
Dorn;jn ,i96 Dove, :957 rdt
thret more mouths o feed, pd
six -more kittle feet to' be? shod
appalllhi vto-4hli! IJSAfe-
CARIB t School, ; instructor? Not
a.Plfcr,TOe;easygotng Colbrfdo
f my .; UUl; VU1&6;,J -ii,"
Christmas ;is 'coning ini w. sball
have snow-jobs fronusHt the sales
.departments .from here' 'out.
Some;,nf.;-tW,liadg:i,that;ip?out
season Are-s the' Broadway
set would-, say real tf&tmn.V
Take, for lnstsnee, the liieitc
codktaa : sUrrer with?: an electric
bulh on; the-stirring ehoV-f or, stir
ring cocktails, in blackouts, 'ftt
r Despite the f act' that practrcal

- wie ; Dana new J trt

.''Does i tne prospect f o f

K wnpjem ne. oc-, so) e loses ownership Of tron: :tcommf ndei; tat ;.jpflrtobal I been

rn f.Sn i rittxH Ch firtm ne fZiuini Ti v -a I U sV 1 T U M i ; Cs

ly nobody.ever haa'.pccasfon to stir
t..y.-, .Vi:;;.. ,'i

Fcb?22 Is Date
UnJfied;CZ AVagc
fb.Ce Effective;':"
, ,..- ( n r
" This ,'vnif led-wage' system is
expected tte effective for all
' employes by Feb. 22, 1959,
Canal aanouhcement said to- :
day. ; ; j .. i-'
. Canaf Zone planning has
kept abreast of development

i of the new regulations and will
Implement them as soon as an- ..
tnortty j is reeetvea irom ine
Secretary of the Army, J he an--
nonncemcnt added:
t'The major task facing local
agencies, is the. establishment;
of a. new Central employment
Office which willjhave the re-
sponsibility for employment iri
, all IT.S. Government agencies
in the. Canal .Zone. The new
v off ice will be established in th
'.near iyiure, as soonas annr-.
"ityjs received by each s of the;
Participating, agencies.

BHS Girt Fillings Rattling- A$b:r
bat s Deing Dene About Jbrook? :

E&ITOR'S OTE: The fa-
clflo Civic Council, With Sam Sam-Roe
Roe Sam-Roe it-president1 te-Uy mad
Shblie this recent essay by f
albda High School junior
Jane Shanard.' It. Is published,
with: the- permislson of BHT
.principal T, F. Hots
Up, .NiiiairittAlAfeiW'.
" Tb Wane that blow the "dust
off the roof t Balboa High
School at frequent" intervals. Art
like th weather everybody
talks, about, it but anything
being dona about it?,
An average ,01 20 times a nay
Ali ; Force llgurea)'. planes rang
ing 'in siz'-ps to-C124s land
and -take off at "Albrook Field,
andl each vtimethey jar th
fillings out of the, teeth, of stu students
dents students and ; teachers atwBalbot
High- and Elementary schools,
And this has been : gome on
since. Balboa High was, built at
the edge of the, airfield. In 1842,
and high school students were
housed in the elementary schol
and Jheir teeth: started- rattling.
when,; the ,'Air : Force ut in the
field in 'im.f'M'fr::
According : to 'ah t Alt Ferce
Ispokesmstn, f m !ilofi Mrs in
structed: to fly over, the schools
at an aratude 300 feet.
That's ;CS00 & feet-f;abpve r the
ground- and doesn't- leave much
roorh 1 for humtn and mechan mechan-ical.mrror.
ical.mrror. mechan-ical.mrror. x ..
The AlrForce doesn't like the
situation any better yttian stu
dents, parents1 1 anb teacharfc
mere j I uanger-' tai them -also,
as th$ airfield Is -suriounded by
hills As v well as, schools
Whati isir being done about it
except .griping? The rumor tht
Congress has appropriated mon money
ey money to' -construct additional facil
ities,, at' Howard' Flejd is untrue,
adicording 4 to ? thevAif h Force
spokefiman.:y''V?- - t.':
After talking lt to death
since -1922,? It seems 'about time
to, generate;; a Ittiractlcnnie-
ve
nACar:
Come Arid Get1 ty
;There'c:aUdw!by?tlie name
of Hodge in Locona who owns ope
more, ea than he thinks he does.
NovV 30,'vri h ticket 6404, he won
an Opel lii a; raffia Icoriducted by
the "alumni society of the Divisa
Institute, of Arts, and Crafts. He
has pot vet returned" xip to Divf Divf-sa
sa Divf-sa toj coUect d, ;,: :':..
Legally if he does nof pick up
the Opel at Divisa within 60 davs
(producing rh winning ticket when
cocktails: In the. dark '.'this thine
sold right out shortly after it' went
6A .sale: in a New. York stores jf
' Tha real itrok of genius in the
liquor line,, however, is not en the
narktt ye becaui., of ta jind li.
censing difficulties;. This,.. -Is the
portable martini, ; ; in the handy
vest-pocket;; ; or; r handba y size,
clothed in a, transparfnV .waled
elastic '.'ehv'elope..'i;-.w'.i:'v..v-,',r1
tei-iiwri&zp 'Mi
i The brainwave; for. -thus '.pack '.pack-ging
ging '.pack-ging cocktails ior portage be-
Veen. Case" came from the Win

ieSota Mining and' Jianufacturiii
- ';til..'Vl'.V!.',vk,,n; ;,

SVRcVIVOAS from' the tuna boatr Royal Pacific which struck rocks' and foundered off the coast
of .Ecuador are,-TMfen here as' they vrlved at A lbrook Air Force Base last' night. Thev were
flown lnby,U.jB. navy.pjane from the little port of Salinas where thev made their way to

iij.wuiMvw ,-xLci viiciiiin wimtiacBBi ca imp did w a last roosuv iareweu

" ( fh'"
fore the Uawi.of -aver Ages,-the
martin' of rror, ahAXady iuck
caWhup with'us -i
If, every, student,." teacher, and
parent would write letters
pointing- 'out the danger in
herent in scnools situated oft
the; edge ofan Aie Force-field
useovby alktspes otuniUtaTv
and t civilian aircraft, Cro-onM,
of- he "u.s,f but; fiom south,
America we a,- get. acuui k ''
'ft -'i CI A IS V. J
'Left mitt 'to IrV-jV Potter:
governor pf 'the Canal, Zone, an
Neil 'McElroy : U.S. Secretary of
Defense, today; Mariana- may be
too iaiei j v.
Officers of ; thehewly-elected
Pacific CielCounfcli:. took office
this week.. They are flam, Roe,
presldenl;; Rpger C. jHAckett,.
first ylce-president; ; W. H. Ess Ess-lmver:
lmver: Ess-lmver: 4' second: .vice-president:
and pat Lebrun" secretary, v,,
m
a.
'f-'i'.-hi-
m, V). r
w. ; .. ..
The;pr6motjonpfa'p
Gj Xfolarf: Jtojthei position: f
Chief of kthe,, CanaI J5ope Fire
Division nd M Capt. a J. ... A.
Taber ;tcvhtf6f assistant to
the. Chief t tbfr Cristobal: Fire
District': were V announced this
week'-'-by .-the--CiYil.'. Aifairs Dl-
Capt.'. Dolari has been'. Acting
Chjef of ih ? Canals Zone- Jire
Division slmev the retirement -of
CaptWUllm'J HasswtillJ in
September. previously he t was
Marshal an" the .5 Fire Division
and 1 also Drlllmaster.i : in a this
capacity, tm-i jrAin.,r charge of
the V trainlpg l,of f 'e w firemen
employed ? a si titmAt of the
consolidation of t governmental
fire ;fightlng activities, 4a, -the
CahalZonCv:t;:f'';' .:'',:
Si-' ij v'--rt?.:'.;t',
He was born-in Brooklyn And
wai; .employ iAiXt Fire t Divi-
sionin July i4x H nad at attained1
tained1 attained1 the rank of lieutenant
when Ihe i left the Fire- Division
in 1952 to head the Canal Zone
Cny'U Defense ? orgariIzation,:"j:a
pdst ihe eld ; until iJunt 1956,
f capt:;fTabertwa4 bdrn lij 3o 3o-lorivahd'hai'
lorivahd'hai' 3o-lorivahd'hai' been rnember 6f
the Fire: Division lnceU934i All
ol hi service, has been on,, the
Atlntld lde,Ta ; has, been Star'
.1 vviiit.ii nmwa .iiiv. uuivenveff
filnt-- that tnclrjes the -drink with
owing repulaUon,;apparen,ly
,Litiior companies ;r said -; -to
be'.'invf stigatinf ; he: poajbility vof
marketing the pocket f cocktails.
They're only being distributed tn
friends-as,tiH- by; the Mlnhe.oia
company; now., .One difficulty :n
marketing y j a Js w. requirement
that; a tax atamn mui' .'. ba de
stroyed h opening; At4r?ent,1
mej Dag can oe scissoneo or nir nir-ten
ten nir-ten open any where on it, surface,
A fioiid pitch thought 'up by

1 one .purveyor of spirits, Schenley
v-

Tuni Boat's Siren. Blows
Vessels Ghostly Requiem

"The story of the ship that died
was told last night In Panama by
survivors from a tuna clipper
which struck rocks and foun foundered
dered foundered off he eoast of Ecuador.
The ship was the Royal Paci Pacific
fic Pacific of. 250 ton capacity, and' '12
ot Jier crew were .flown to Tanz
ania yesteruCMn uja-fiaval
plane. Among them was- the'.
chief engineer,. Haskell X- Wha-
ley; 39, nf Gainesville, Texarf.
He said that when the ship lay
rolling on the rocks with her
bottom- torn open, the crew
which had totally abandoned
her heard the compressed air
whistle blowing r regularly. All
night, ionp; the whistle blew, at
Intervals while the crew fought
for, their lives lnithe swift cur
rent,,.
" ......'., ,'l '..
a,ld Whalen "' seemed to us
as if, that ship was really dying.
She was blowing her own whistle
just as if some ghostly hand was
pulling. J;he whistle -tord." ,'
' That was not the only ges gesture
ture gesture of the dying vessel. Of
her own accord, she launched
and anchored a 1 motor boat
whichsgot the erew to safety.
It was -1, a jn. Wednesday when
the ship crumpled headlons: onto
the rocky coastUnefpear Guaya Guayaquil
quil Guayaquil and foundered withip ,20
minutes. The crew managed to
launch?;he-two lifeboat skiffs,
with electrl'kliwincries about 60
seconds' before, the? power shut.
om .VtThe large, sttuf held ten
men ,and,;then small:. One .. four.
They began to drift swiftly out
to sea in a, strong current th
men vvbegan to tow This jwst
managed to .keep them ifr the
sam position.
rney ., nao a s speea boat on
board, the Royal pacific, but did
not have-time to launch it and
presumed-it would have been
washed overboard or smashed.
When -dawrt broke they were
still rowing in the same position
but .they managed to get close to
th,Wrecfc "... X wv ''!,
. They saw to their amazement
that the sneedboat had been
lifted off .the derk-by the swell
' and been launched without a
scratch. Furthermore, it was
anchored. One weighted end of
a heaving line which bad been
stowed in the speedboat bad
fallen overboard onto the rocks
and firmly anchored the boat
? All night long.:-
They hitched the skiffs to the1
speedboat and were well on thelr
way to the small port of Salinas
when' they were taken In tow by
an Ecuadorian fishino- boat.
Reason for the accident Is said
to be that the helmsman went to
leep and failed to call the nav-r
igator' at midnight as : he had
, inatructed. WhAley was
wnen tne snip struct;
W ;hame," :Js a fancy 'Christmas 'Christmas-time
time 'Christmas-time vodka decanter aimed di directly
rectly directly afc deadbeats who stop by
to cadger drinks. The base of the
bottle i, a- metal bank with slots
labeled HwW.'lr "tipV'U and
VI.O.U;V;:''Attcbe(l"'ia. ahf. iiito iiito-matic
matic iiito-matic .pencil and-, a pad of IO.U4
li,nkj" ;yg:;.
y Vicuna, a sot-td(ic$ fabric, U
growing reputstion, V: apparently
has soomed to record popularity
In c:hr11nii hlivln On atnnt
reports vicuna salei to be three

Umes as, high as they were in

"Have you ever broken a plank
across your knee?", he said.
"Well multiply that by a thou thousand.
sand. thousand. and' that's what It sounded
The owner of ihe Royal Paci

fic-was lso among the survivors
'btitstavd in' Salinas,, He! Js
Capt. AndyMorthlaftd ef-Lagu-
board,were the fish,' captain,
MMsey H, Diegas, of. San Diego,
. Others flown "in yesterday
were; Eugenlo Rosarlo, of Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico; Michael Schweizer,
American; Manuel Concalves,
Portuguese; Joad Fario- Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese Juan Hilark), Partuguese;
Manuel E. Silvacorto, Portu Portu-euese:
euese: Portu-euese: Jorge Carrera, Panaman
ian; Luis Antonio Herrera, Peru-
vlan; Angei camppziano, span span-lard.
lard. span-lard. Government Debt
1 Social Seciirily
Overdue $1r600r00
! A crowing deficit in Social Se
curity contributions for federal em
ployes laces the government oi
Panama, la. v t employer Ju the
R.ih1ic which is already lit ar
rears for this year to the tune of
$1,600,000.
. .,
.Earlier this year the govern government
ment government issuer1 bonds to cancel
debt .: $9,000,000 to the" Social Se Security
curity Security -Fund, -according to Adolfo
de Silva, chief of thP Fiscal De Department
partment Department of the Social Security
Fund.
,De Silva, speaking to the Pa Panama
nama Panama Rotary Club yesterday, point
ed out that the bulk of the Social
Security und'a resources are pro provided
vided provided by deductions from salaries
of insured employes. The employe'
contribution,! 4 percent .of his sa salary,
lary, salary, is matched by his employer.
The government of Panama, as
employer,, must Watch,, deductions
from the basic salaries of all gov gov-trnment
trnment gov-trnment employes. In 1959 it is
estimated that the government will
have to match contributions of 4
percent of $83,230,000 in basic sa salaries.
laries. salaries. The fund, de Silva reported, ex expects
pects expects to psy approximately $2,100.;
000 in old age and disability pen pensions
sions pensions and $2,912,000 in sickness,
maternity, and death benefits in
1959. -r-
J '
' Constant efforts by. the Fund's
management to improve and ex expand
pand expand N;n fits provided for the insured-were
'discussed bv de Sil
va.
eStions
the 195T Oiristmas season. Vicu
na smoking; jackets run as high as
avu; lounging roDei,.7DU.
Ana ri... I.t fk.t li..
just been .announced,, though not
necessarily as a Christmas gift
idea, is a telephone c with a built-
in sanitizing system. According to
tne joanco Telephone Co., of Mew
York, which developed the phone,
an automatic, radiation unit emits
ultra-violet rays that kill baoteria
and .viruses within seconds after
the mouthpiece is returned; to it
rest It keeps the conservation

cleaik-

12 Mile

Law Is Headed
, ..... .'
t ... .
For Presideticia

' A' Dill whirh milA mnk

totally surrounded by the Republic of Panama a tart

of junior grade West Berlin
the Nutmul Assembly last

smoothly tor the desk of President Ernesto de la Gunrrlin

Jr.

Whether the President will seek any changes in the
re8t form of the bill before signing it into law could
notlbe learned today.
By extending Panamanian territorial waters to 12
miles from the present three miles, the hill will hnv tU.

effect of placing nine miles

waters between the Canal Zone's three miles of jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction and the .open sea. Thus, it will be impossible for a
:hip to approach or leave the Canal Zone without pass pass-ng
ng pass-ng through Panamanian territorial waters under direct
Panamanian jurisdiction.

By- unanimous vote the Na National
tional National Assembly passed the
measure last night In second
reading. Usually the passage of a
bill in second reading is tanta tantamount
mount tantamount to enactment, alnce the
thlnd'andt final readmg-Jfcs more
. The bill provides that the ad administration,
ministration, administration, of the territorial
waters will be in conformity
with Panama's existing trea treaties.
ties. treaties. v
In a committee report recom recommending
mending recommending the measure tfor pas passage,
sage, passage, note is taken that the
measure will not affect the
three-mile area to -seaward
granted to the United States at
both the Atlantic, andi 5 Pacific
entrances of the Canal. ;
The report edd. however, that
the bill, if It becomes law, will
vlve Panama a nlne-rnlle zone
of full sovereignty at hath ends
of the Canal between the end of
Csnal 7one Jurisdiction and the
high seas. '(
When the bill was introduced
into the Assembly bv Deputy A A-qui'ino
qui'ino A-qui'ino Boyd on Dec. 1 it pore al also
so also the sienature of oneiDeouty
of each of the major political
factions in the Assembly
Besides Bovd. who wa porelen
Minister until late last May. the
deputies soonsorinor the measure
were Mann! R. Arias E. Dioge Diogenes
nes Diogenes Pino. Alfredo Alemanj Jr.,
nom'nro Diaz Q., and Mario J.
de obdla.
After the hill was sent to com committee
mittee committee for study two members
n the oresit, cabinet. Foreisrn
Minister Miuel Moreno.- and
Education Minister Carlos j Su Sucre,
cre, Sucre, testified before the ,body
and suggested certain changes.
The text as aoproved yester yesterday
day yesterday is different from the.otlgi the.otlgi-nal
nal the.otlgi-nal in some respects. j
It provides that the Chief Ex Executive
ecutive Executive wijl administer the law;
(a in accordance with the
onnatltntlnn
(b) In accordance with exist-
In treaties:
(c) In accordance with the
commitments of the United Na Na-lon
lon Na-lon Conference on the Rights
of the Sea held in Genera in
1958. and
(A) In accordance with Panar
ma's position with regard to her
historical waters. (This has ref reference
erence reference to Panama's long-taken
position that she has special
rights In the Qvilf bt Panama V
The law at initially introduc
ed had the approval of Panama's
delegation to the conference on
Right of the Sea.
, The committee report took
note that the additional son
of nine miles added to Pana-"
ma's territorial waters embrac-,
es an area rich In fish. v
Fat In Fire
Brings Rigs
To Red Face
Oraciela Marmalejo, a Canal
Zona maid, had a face as red
as the fire rigs she brought out
on a false alarm yesterday.
She. left some overheated fat
on a stove and neighbors; see
ing emoke issuing from the
kitchen window, called the fire
department. Oraciela is maid to
Charles C. Duffy of House

0765-G, Williamson Place.

Limit

th Cnnn 7nna mm m-mtm
passed the main hurdle in
niqht and aooeared headed
of Panamanian territorial
. ....
It also note that
otner nations hv t....
thir territorial waters to ia'
ffillV.1011? hBs named were:
k'riot' Guatemala. Rtv"
Llu"a eaudi-Arabia. r
, ldb preamble to th law as
introducep;said also;
th?V ?,.?t IraPrtanee' for
the republic ; to declar. th.
extends its sovereign rights in a
inn- I'-S ftone ot territorial sea a a-Iong
Iong a-Iong all its coasts, without prelu.
dice to commitments In taterna.
nnTcUr8"" ,n forc"
innocent passage of foreim
nh. M Th.ich use the Panama" a"
lane." intern.Ional navigation
h.w.ev?,r' Pme press comments
have indicated that if the law
were passed it would permit Pan Panama
ama Panama to stoo jmd board suh
JiIds approaching or leaving the
mofeling Plons
p? P'scused
At Monday Parley
A Pre-blddlng conference td
f iTemdelilnthree rmer fJa fJa-rZSPF
rZSPF fJa-rZSPF Coco solo into
hieh school, will befheld at 1-15
of0 H board room
of the Administration f,Buildlne
at Palboa Height. '7
..tI ion!TRctor; who are inter-
m hi h',1 ?een announc announced
ed announced by Lt. Col.. Robert D. Brown
HnU ?ngIn5er,n .Construc .Construction
tion .Construction Director: i -VjD.'
Any changes to the project
that mayAbeeOme desirable as a
wV, ii hat conference will be
included in an addendum which
17. Bidson the work are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to be opened the afternoon
Of Dec. 28 In the board room.
I Atoid the Last MinoteA
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' THE MAIL BOX

' THAT COUNTER CLOCKWISE KNOB
"SU'y sincerest empathies to "Bored" (Mail Box, Dec. 7.) The
"t, nasty persons who ouunu "tioied- ana forced him to watch those
hillbillies on "hometown, USA" should be prosecuted.
I'm taking it for granted that "Bored" wi tied, since any man
of common sense whose hands are untethered would certainly turn
his set oft to shut out a program he finds "cruelly boring. I take it
for granted also that his TV set is of the same basic construction as
mine having a knob which when twisted counter-clockwise deprives
it of the power needed to cast a picture and pick up sound signals.
' This same knob can be used for shutting out the other three pro programs
grams programs "Bored" mentioned, thereby conserving a small portion of
the electricity he is so interested in.
Sympathetic.

' CFN-TV needs someone to le their side for a change. "Bored
(Mail Box, Dec. 7) complained about such programs as Juke Box
Jury. I say leave it on. What would we get if they took it off? An An-.
. An-. other program like Mike Wallace?
There are quite a few of ur women whose husbands are on shift
work We have children so w can't go out evenings, and CFN-TV
furnishes entertainment to pass the-time of what would otherwise
be a mighty lonely evening. .
When there is a program on I don't like, I get on with doing the
chores 1 previously put off to watch a program I do like. I'm not
saying CFN-TV has the best programs in the business, but let us be
thankful for what we get.
When I came down here from the US just three and a half
months ago the programs in the town I came from were not any
better, and we saw just as much "One Moment Please." All day we
would watch Liberance and cartoons, and news, yet the people were
glad to have TV for its own sake, and in hopes that in time it would
improve. The programs up there are sponsored, so things work out
about the same whether the stations get them for money or for free
(as in CFN-TV.)
I urge CFN-TV to keep on trying. They are doing their best,
and are helping some of us pajs lonesome evenings.
i Satisfied.

Sir:
Please allow me enough apace to tell "Bored" (Mail Box Dee.
7) what I think of his Jealousy. Wonder where he is from Way
up yonder from New York, I betcha.
Most likely "Bored" wag watching his neighbors' TV when
he saw this "proud hillbilly bunch" because "Bored" is too tight
to afford a TV Why doesn't he spend 25 cents once in a while
and go see a movie? There he will get what he pays for, some sometimes
times sometimes a N.C. Hillbilly. (Liz Taylor).
Man, "Bored" should get to know us hllllblllys better, then
he could start living like people. We have Just a little more than
"four cement walls" to rush home to at night.
Yes we are mighty proud of N.C. and more proud of being
a "hillbilly". Yes, I am a N.C. "Hillbilly who was on "Hometown,
USA."
Y'all Come.

WOOF
Sir: i ..
As a representative of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals, I protest the use of our Panamanian beef as dog food
in the United States. I shudder to think what satanic ingenuity will
be used by these Statesiders with regard to our Balboa beer.
Dog Lover.

LODGE
Sir:-
On a recent visit to a certain
faithful, hard-working brothers of

up after years of faithful attendance appareniy because thev did not
belong to the community clique I don't think this sort of discrimin

ation is what their lodge teaches.
r A lodge is looked un to bv the
of, but if the Grand Msster does

have in mind thee will be many Brethren, including myself, who
will not return. The deal I saw was not in accord with the precepts
of the fraternity I joined. I am ashamed of it having occurred, and

I nope the unnecessary wrong can
OUT TO
"Sir:

The following are the actions of a typical Panamanian
'couple in a dining room as observed and compiled by waiters
of different eateries in Panama City : Let's call this couple Juan
and Maria.
The couple makes an excited entrance and without wait waiting
ing waiting for the captain or headwaiter, chooses a table in the dining
room. Naturally the table chosen is in the station of a waiter
who Is at the kitchen awaiting orders of two other parties.
Juan looks around, sees other waiters who seem to be idle,
so he takes up a spoon and whams the table with it while Ma Maria
ria Maria stares daggers at the supposedly idle' waiters. A captain,
summoned by the spoon-rapping, arrives breathlessly, sets me menus
nus menus before; the couple and waits. Juan then sweeps the silver
to one corner of the table, hands his menu back to the captain
without looking at it and grunts, "Un hibol." He doesn't say
what kind of highball he wishes, but the captain who is sup supposed
posed supposed to be a magician is supposed to know just what he wants.
He glares at Maria, who. after reading the entire menu says,
"Nada,"
The Cap starts away from the table, but Is Immediately call called
ed called back by Juan who snaps, "Tralga pan," (bring bread). After
a few minutes a sweating waiter arrives with a Scotch and soda
(this is what the average Panamanian means by "hibol") and
bread, sets them on the table and stands in readiness to take
the orders.
Juan sends htm back to the Captain for his previously dis discarded
carded discarded menu. When he returns Maria, who by this time is
through with her inventory of the menu and all the other la ladies
dies ladies present, flips ash off her clgaret and coos, "Un Alexander."
The waiter with a shake of his head, sweetingly skates off to
return with the "Alexandeer."
Be now stands fearfully with pencil poised to get the or orders.
ders. orders. Looking at the trembling waiter, Juan smiles smugly and
ays "Cambia este hibol, yo qulero soda dulce." (Change this
drink I want sweet soda). The poor waiter Jigs away'and re returns
turns returns with the drink, but not before receiving- a tonnle-lashlng

from the bartender who has to change the drink without col collecting.
lecting. collecting. Orders are given, the food is served and eaten in silence
with the waiter hovering around the table hardly paying any
attention to the other customers tor fear of an eruption in his
absence from the direction of Juan's table. He is suddenly call called
ed called to another table and as he moves away there is a musical
tinkling coming from Juan's vicinity. Looking back he sees
Juan with his now-famous spoon inserted in an empty glass
banging away. When the waited gets there, Juan says "Agua."
(Water). The waiter looks at Maria's glass which is still almost
full She smiles sweetly at him and murmurs, "Nada." Juan
gets his water.
Maria then asks for a change of glasses because she has
discovered an animal of some kind swimming around in h
glass of water. After closer observation the animal turns out
tcrbe a piece of bread crumb. The glass is changed and peace
reigns.
The meaiover, Juan pays his bill and they leave in a
1858 Caddy. Looking back at the waiter we see his lips move
to form a few explosive adjectives. This is because he has taken
ttj Juan's tip and found It to be thirty cents. He sighs dejected-
lyr aes a drink of water and tuiW back to the other eaters.
The captain now comes out of hiding and moves briskly
ftbo;:. glancing at the waiter every now and then as if to say,
'..V. men who works as a waiter in this country is doing it
' f .ie for some sin he committed earlier in life." End of
eaLjce.

TEACHINGS

J
Lodge on the Isthmus I Raw two
the lodge droooed from the line
i
people sJs something to be proud
not do somethine about the case I
and will be corrected.
Hiding My Head.
LUNCH

THE

Labor News
And
Comments
By VICTOR RIESIL
If vou want to measure the dar
ing ol Sen. Barry Goldwater, don t
just watch him pilot his jet plane
into the wild blue yonder. Wa.it,
as I did, for the flying Arizoman
o come out of the clouds. He put
both feet firmly on earth the other
day in a talk with this columnist.
He called for a summit conierence
with his hardest hitting opponents
George Meany, Walter Reuther
and other politically active labor
leaders as well as with the na
tion's business chiefs, who tan
very minute are swinging into a
wide-open offensive against lanor s
glittering machine. i
The Senator believes that only
such a parley of politicos from
both sides can head off a bitter
ballot box war which would leave
the U.S. in the ripped condition
of England and France. In those
nations both' sides have polarized.
They are in two camps. A big
labor party operates on the left.
A big conservative bloc is on the
right. And in the middle the in independent
dependent independent voter is lost like an an ancient
cient ancient sigh on an old Venetian
bridge
Sen. Goldwater, now probably
the most influential Republican in
the upper house, believes America
would suffer if either power bloc
eventually gains control of "our
centralized government.
"I can't believe that a man like
George Meany doesn't understand
the dangers of either group running
the government," Goldwater said,
somewhat musing aloud as I lis
tened. "I believe, too, that the
corporation executives will under understand
stand understand the ultimate dangers. The
problem is not to have any one
man or group dominate Washing-
ion.
The Senator said that shortly af
ter our conversation he would send
a formal letter to Arthur Goldberg,
the AFL-CIO's special counselor
who many of us think is its ultra
special philosopher. Mr. Goldberg
recently called for a summit "UN
type assembly" conference of A-
merica s labor and business lead leaders.
ers. leaders. He wants them to get to know
each other and try to head off
the great industrial war insiders
believe will break out In the next
year.
Goldberg, America a most pro prominent
minent prominent labor lawyer, already has
talked to U.S. Secretary of Labor
Jim Mitchell and U.S. Secretary
of Commerce Lewis Strauss about
hia plan to get 50 to 60 union and
business chiefs together in some
hotel, lock the doors and have
them put in some togetherness"
weeks. Both Presidential cabinet
members are reported to be en enthusiastic.
thusiastic. enthusiastic. Goldwater's message to Gold Goldberg
berg Goldberg will urge a sort of Geneva
type" twin set of conferences io
end attacks which surprise on one
and to agree on the testing of new
strategic political devices;
"I hear a Tot about stopping la labor's
bor's labor's political activitjy with some
new laws," Goldwater said
while outlining his letter to this
columnist. "Even if that would be
desirable you couldn't do it. You'd
need penalties and that's not the
way. Labo is going to be terri terrifically
fically terrifically politically active through
its Committee on Political Action
(COPE). And nom we see mne
ment already starting to do the
same.
"You can't really atop either.
But if we all sit down labor.
management and political leaders
and point out the dangers of two
big blocs fighting each other un until
til until one is in control,, maybe we
can get reason out of both sides
in their selection of candidates. If
we fan't. then Congress will be
filled with the spokesmen of one
power bide or the other.-
"The man who wants to run
for office without typing up to ei
ther side will be wiped out. Lonk
at what happened to the Liberals
m Britain. They have six seats
now. Not so long ago they were
a mighty party."
Just what does the flying Sens
tor from out of the West mean hv
"reason"? Mr. Goldwater says he

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The Washington Meny
By DREW PEARSON

WASHINGTON The long-sup
pressed story can now be toiu
how military protocol and a slow
boat to China delayed critical rein reinforcements
forcements reinforcements from reaching the
Formosa Strait at the height of
the Chinese Communist threat.
The reinlorcements were order ordered
ed ordered by President Eisenhower last
August after urgent warnings tnai
the Reds might attack Quemoy,
Matmi. and even Formosa itself.
The details were left up to the
Joint Chiefs of Staff who agrteo
to rush F-100, F-101 and F-104 fig
era to the troubled area.
Going .through; channels, tney
flashed a message to Adm. Harry
Fit.- our Pacific commander, who
is supposed to handk all military
mnU in hi! Mat 1W1PK.
ivv.a .

But unfortunately, the admirali"""-", ru

happened to be away on a cruise.
Rather than violate military cour cour-tesyAa'ft::ii&t
tesyAa'ft::ii&t cour-tesyAa'ft::ii&t waited for
him to return; to nil neaoquaners
four daW, ltr,v Yet the emergen
cy waJ,irowing more serious, by.
the hour:
SOVIETS ESCORT ESSEX
The Joint Chiefs also decided
to move the aircraft carrier Ex Ex-sex
sex Ex-sex from the Mediterrenean to
the Formosa Strait. Although the
orders were received Aug. 25, tne
carrier didn t arrive until Sept.
16 22 days later! It took four
days just to reach the Suez Canal
where two Soviet subs waited
brazenly to escort it.
does not want to pilot anybody
but nimsen. He simpiy uiinw uw
by both sides talking it puty they
might agree to come into. a. dis district
trict district and throw their money and
manpower behind -a qualified no nominee
minee nominee who. won't necessarily
pledge support to the side that
backs him.
Both sides would naturally seek
their own political champions, but
they might at least forego complete
allegiance to get qualified inde independents
pendents independents into Congress, and the
state capitals.
We may yet see Barry Goldwa Goldwater
ter Goldwater and Walter Reuther break
bread with each other instead of
chewing each other out.
by Zeiss Ikon...
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Containment Policy

By the time the Essex finally

showed. .up, the crisis had cooled; school fire could be repeated a
off. The Dig carrier steamed a-'gain in most public scnoois. iviore
round defiantly for 12 days, then than 2,000,000 school children Are

quietly departed the Far Kast
The Army was even slower res responding'
ponding' responding' to the crisis; A month
after a Nike battalion had been
ordered to Formosa, it still hadn't
reached the port of embarkation
in the United States
Yet the Army and Navy have
been beating-the drums about their
mobility to fight small wars. Ol
me American nrepower mat was
musterea to meet the Formosa
crisis, the Navy supplied less tnan
10 percent. The crisis was over
before the Army got any signific significant
ant significant reinforcements into the area.
litKKi i.iv, .m
Negto leaders are planning to
campaign Tiext for, integration of;
ijjuuuc uuusmg. iney win argue
that Federally financed housing
should not be segregated. They
will also complain to President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower that his"- housing boss,
Albert Cole, is supporting segre segregation.
gation. segregation. . -.
New York's defeated Gov.- Ava Ava-rell
rell Ava-rell Harriman claims he'll sit in
Albany during Nelson Rockefelle Rockefelle-first
first Rockefelle-first legislative session, to. see
"that these fellows do what .they
promised to do ". .'White House
aides have been searching the gov
ernment for jobs to be given de-

jeaiea nepuDiicans. secretary or i eavesaroppmg equipment in
the Navy Tom Gates may be aslBerlin that the world, has ever
td resign to make room for ajwen. Virtually every word, every
lame duck. Several lesser jobs, cable, that allied diplomat rM

including ambassadorships, wUTbis'or peak is carefully recorded with

jureiea. . : ; ine latest electronic devices. The
The Russians are having trouble State Department and the Penta Penta-witlj
witlj Penta-witlj the r jet airliners,"The -A-jgoh are trying to jam this eqiiip eqiiip-merican
merican eqiiip-merican Embassy has learned that ment electronically, But in' the
the reoent crash of a 65-nasseneer meantime all -personnel have heoii

Soviet jet liner was the third such
tragedy. .Air Force intelligence
has also learned that a mammoth
Russian rocket 'blew up four
weeks ago after" only 30 seconds
in the air. .The Air Force has
not been able to confirm the re

port that the Russians have fired Dulles and Secy, of Commerce
a space rocket beyond the moon, j Strauss have been feuding behind
There is evidence, however, thai j the, scenes over Soviet trade
the Soviets tried to launch a moonjStrauss favors increased trade
rocket a year ago and again four i with the Soviet bloc. Dulles fears
months ago. Both attempts were I this would strengthen the Commun
failures. . ist economy.,, They are trying id
The Air Force has been autho-.woi'k out a compromise to submit
rized flr launch two more moon; to President Eisenhmver : via.

rockets after the Army has hnd
us iwo tries, 11 tne Army reaches
the moon, the Air Force probably
will shoot for the planet Venus,
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Ition warns that the tragic Chicago
now being taught in substandard
classrooms which average over
50 years old and constitute danger
ous;' fire hMsrdsj Moreover,, the
floors of many old schools were
soaked with linseed oil .and other
flammable preservatives in years
past. Though nonflammable floor
wax is now used, the floors in
many cases stilj contain heavy se
oiments of. the old combustible
material.
FOREIGN FLASHES
Soviet dictator Khrushchev
boasted at an Albanian Errtha&v

FOOTNOTESffeception last week that he Will

force President Eisenhower to
meet him at a. "summit" confer conference
ence conference within the next six montns.
Khrushchev '-said the Russians will
cause so manvc crises th'at Eisen
hower win be, glad Ho sit down
and talk with hims ; .The! Presi
dent is trying -to warm up to E-
unioiui imsjer. jn ine
advice of Secretary of State John
Foster Dulles, Ike is beginning
to look on Nasser as the possible
answer to communism in the Mid Middle
dle Middle East. Yet Nasser is still ac
i-cpiiug massive itussian arms
shipments.
The Russians have installed the'
greatest collection of wirAi firming
(urgently advised not to discuss so-
crets on the phone or to use the
cables for anything except routiue
messages.
WASHINGTON WHIRL
i president Richard M. Nixon wasn't
the only prominent American who
wrote Congressman Brooks Hyai
lof Arkansas expressing regret-ovor
his defeatby the Faubus forces.
Only 200
PER WEEK
Weeks

U n red retted ;

,By BOB
'at (
'O.
It does not really seem possible
that 25 years have passed since
the 21st Amendment was ratified
by -the State of Utah, formally
ending the silliest experiment this
country ever embarked on in internally,
ternally, internally, that is. -But
23 years ago from this Dec.
5th, the Volstead Act died, and
some of the more flagrantly idiot
ic memories- of the Roaring
Twenties died with -it. True,'- it
drowned to death in light wines
and 3.2 been which was all the
rapidly "lonverting "bootleggers
had handy at-the time, but dead
it was.
I would, have been a junior in
college at the time, and amply
old enough to have sampled the
aeugnts of prohibition. I had
been briefly a bootlegger a n d
certainly an aid and comfort : to
bootleggers. ,,,"
I had alsc accidentally invented
one of the classiest' home-brews
ever to come out of a fraternity
house shower room. It seems that
a bar of Naphtha laundry soap ad
ded a certain je ne sais qiioi to
the heaving brew, reaching re reluctant
luctant reluctant maturity in the fratern
lty's moist bathing caverns.
We mostly made our i own. sin
from grain alcohol, juniper drops.
and a fervent prayer against
blindness. Medical alcohol, was
best, even though ; we sometimes
wondered ) oreciselv what it was
drained oft, and when mixed with
grapefruit juice and ginger ale
tasted almost pleasant
But thf standby was.1 co. the
white mule of song and story.
If you had an honest, decent
bootleggeriand we had Cousin
I'red and a few others on the
Durham road leading out of Cha Chapel
pel Chapel Hill they would give you credit.-
This ensured the quality of
the stuff, because if you dropped
dead or went blind you obviously
didn't pay. A credit 'legger was
as good as a pure-foods stamp on
the fruit jar. you knew he had
faith in his product.,
I suppose the people in the big
cities tippled 'in imported smug smuggled
gled smuggled grog or hand-hewn stuff
that bore, imported labels,, and
later sent you .raving but about
au we knew down South was sim
pie alky, home-brew, and com
most of it tasted horrible
straight, so a certain technique of
downing it came into play. You
Hays also received letters from
Harry Truman. Adlai Stevenson.
Land from Mississippi's fair-mind-
red governor, Jim (ioleman. .Nix
on was the only one, however, who
leaked his letter to the press.
First business firm to offer help
in the campaign to rebuild the
bombed-out high school in Clinton,
Tenn., was the Sunroc Corporation
fo Pennsylvania, which pleged two
water coolers. Others that have of
fered assistance without seeking!
recognitor include the Structural L
Plat. DWbrlii.4a Tm..'..,:' Al.-.!
vj a ijAiuvift uiBiuuiET.. sua ini
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A n n i Vers a ry
RUARK
took a mighty slujf of the stuft
helS if in the mouth swallowing
and then: shoved it down your gut -let
with m tidal wave of coke;"oi
ginger ale. If you did it right,', all
you could taste was the residue
of fusel oil .on the teeth. I still
flinch when I, see a paper cup.
Perhaps I had youth on my side,
but. I cannot, seem to remember
any tearing hangovers from;
honest white mule. For one thing,
enoueh of it made vou sick; for
another. it, was not complicate J
with a lot, of artificial flavorioi
and junk.
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time, the young found it necessary

to. drink. Perhaps It was emuia-

tion of parental boozing except
neither one ot mine dranK per
haps it was just smart-alecking.

All that I know;li we did, and
certain dormitories and fraternity -houses
achieved a curious pres
tige according o how much earn
they wmmt-M vSZ-'H
Bat it took a long time drink drinking
ing drinking became legal to. quit feeling
guilty about it.- ? v;
Apart- from the.' Saturday night
s'uff in the ; fraternity h o u s e s,
most of my social tippling, had
been performed in the back seits
of cars, surreptitiously in a booth
at a shsdy hamburger joint, or in

the shadow of a tree outside a
dance hall. Or sneaked from un
der a blanket or a slicker -at the
football games.
Let the frantic drvs rave on.
but it seems to me that the bil

lions of dollars' in taxes and em employment
ployment employment that the reversal of
Mr. Volstead's little whim have
reaped is a. little better than see seeing
ing seeing the cream go to tire Capones -while
the customers went blind or
crazy. v
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something : of the Ers of Wonder,
ful Nonsense, but prohibition isn't
one of them. 1 '.,

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For School Construction Bill

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ice were these three bluejackets from the 15th Naval District, who are (from left) YN2 Martin
C Greenberg, advanced to second class petty of ficer; ICC George B. Batterton, given a $30-per-month
proficiency pay raise; and HM2 Kenneth S. Snow, also upped to second class petty offi officer..
cer.. officer.. (Navy Photo) '.-'-

Santa Tomas

Fifty Years Of Service And Education

t Fifty years ago in 1908, the
President of the Republic of Jose
Domingo de Obaldia, by execu executive
tive executive decree opened the School of
Nursing at Santo Tomas Hospital
with Miss Louise Brackemeier as
the first director. The director to today
day today is Mrs. Elvira Maria B. de
Higuero, who is now studying at
Columbia University in New York.
In her absence, the assitant di-
rector, Miss Rosa Elvira Perez,
is in charge.
! To helm commemorate the anni anni-.
. anni-. versary, USOM-Panama (Point
, Four) is entertaining at the U-
nion Club Sunday evening.' The
-point Four advisor since 1954 has
been Mrs Alma I. Tracy, of Na National
tional National City, California,
' Since i95llalhe request f the
government of Panama there has
been a Point Four nursing educa education,
tion, education, advisor at the school, asll
as nursing t advisors in related
nursing 'services, where student
nurses -have education experience
fsvrhltrie "nursine service and
care of tuberculosis patients). Miss
WbU'ma McKnig&v of Minneapo Minneapolis,;
lis,; Minneapolis,; Minn., is the Point Four tu tuberculosis
berculosis tuberculosis nursing advisor. She
came t Panama from the Alas Alaska
ka Alaska Native Service HospifaL Miss
Evelyn Zimmeumt'Df Spring
Valley "New York, was the advi advi-nor
nor advi-nor for -psychiatric hursing serv service.
ice. service. She returned to the United
States ihk May When her project
was completed. Consultant service
in the public health nursing serv service
ice service areas where students receive
experience is provided by the
World Health Organization.
Today the standards -; ;of the
school require graduation f r o m
secondary, school for admission.
Thus the student nurse may enter
the University, ; ff Panama? she
to disires.
The reconstruction of the old
Santo Tomas Hospital was tegun
with the administration. ,bf Dr.
Manuel Amador Guerrero; Presi
dent of Panama in 1905.' Nursing I
service was administered ny tne
Sisters of-Charity until 1906 when
Dr. ugusto S. Boyd, chief sur surgeon,
geon, surgeon, Santo Tomaa Hospital, sug suggested
gested suggested bringin ginto Panama grad graduate
uate graduate nurses to improve nursing
care. A group of German nurses
was brought to Panama' to re replace
place replace the Sisters of Charity. Do Dona
na Dona Maria de la Ossa de Amador,
wife of the President, selected 8
or 10 young Panamanian women
to begin nurses training.
Since the first graduation in
1912, of 4 nurses to the present
time, 781 nurses have been grad graduated.
uated. graduated. The school of nursing has
carried on two other important
aspects of educational preparation
In nursing. From 1913-1934, a two two-year
year two-year course for midwives was
conducted, graduating a total of
89 trained midwives. These were
not graduate nurses, however. In
1935, a post-graduate course in
' obstetrics and midwiferjUot grad graduate
uate graduate nurses was begum To date,

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Nursing School Celebrates

a total of 168 professional nurse
midwifes have been graduated
In the early days of Santo To Tomas
mas Tomas there was substantial assist assistance
ance assistance from the Panama Canal au authorities
thorities authorities in accordance with the
so-called Taft agreement. Decree
71 of 1905 of the Panamanian gov government
ernment government provided that the super superintendent,
intendent, superintendent, two assistants, one chief
nurse and two nurses would be
paid for bj the Canal authorities.
This agreement was abrogated by
Panama in 1924.
In 1923, the Rockefeller Founda Foundation
tion Foundation reorganized and modernized
the School of Nursing, but follow following
ing following termination of their adminis administration
tration administration of the school, there Was a
gradual lowering of standards.
Admissions reached a peak of
102 students in 1951, at which
time the emphasis was upon num numbers
bers numbers admitted rather than upon
standards of selection. As a re result,
sult, result, approximately half of the
students admitted withdrew before
termination of the course.
In 1951, the Republic of Pana Panama
ma Panama asked for technical assistance
for ''the School of Nursing, and
other nursing services from the
United States Government.'
There has been an ICA Nursing
Education Advisor in the School
of Nkrsing since that date, as well
as Nursing" Advisor! in reUted
nursing services, 'it
The School of Nursing provides a
full three-year course which grants
a diploma upon completion. There
Is a. full-time faculty of 15 grad graduate
uate graduate nurse instructors, plus an ad additional
ditional additional large group of associate
instructors from the medical, nurs nursing
ing nursing and technical staffs of the
Hospital; professors from other
schools and from the-University
of Panama-, as well as instructors
from the Department of Public
Health of the Republic.
The chief objective of the
School of Nursing is to train nurs nurses
es nurses who will be professionally com-
Christmas Season
Brings Ava Home;
Chiari Comes Along
NEW YORK Dec. 12 (UPI)
Ava Gardner arrived bacK in the
United States yesterday for the
Christmas holiday accompanied
by Italian comedian Walter Chia Chiari.
ri. Chiari. The movie actres, wearing a
gray wool overcoat trimmed with
gray mink, said she planned to
spend about three days in New
York and two days at her fam family's
ily's family's home in Smithfield, N.C.
After that, she will fly to Califor California
nia California far Christmas, she said.
Chiari planned to remain in the
United States for two or three
days and then return to Rome.
The sultry screen star refused
to discus heir romance with Chiari."-
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petent in the curative and preven
tive aspects of illness and to de
velop their social conscience as
memebers of the community.
Point Four (ICA) has not only
given technical assistance in the
development of the curriculum, but
nas provided audiovisual aids and
other equipment, needed in a good
school of nursing.
Nurse instructors have been sent
on ICA scholarships to the Unit
ed States and other Latin Ameri American
can American countries for advanced prep
aration in nursing education and
nursing service administration.
nursing service administration.
for approximately 28 nurses (grad
uate) by ICA and SCISP funds.
There are 77 basic: students and
10 post-pgraduate students enroll enrolled
ed enrolled in the School of Nursing (his
year.
Red Chinese Bombs
Fall More Heavily
On Quemoy Islands
TAIPEI. Dec 12 UPI)-Com
munist Chinese artillery pounded
the Quemoy Islands yesterday
with incendiary and qigh explo
sive shells fn the biggest bom
hsrdment in more than a month.
The Nationalist Chinese Defense
Ministry said Red shor guns
hurled 4,358 shells to the offshore
islands in the 24-hour period.
The shelling was light until mid mid-afternoon
afternoon mid-afternoon when the jds unleash
ed a massive saturation bombard
ment of about 4,000 shells.
Nationalist artillery returned the
Communist fire. Defense Ministry
sources c.ai.ned that the Nation
alist counter bombardment silenc
ed some Red guns.
During the past week the Com
munists have steadily increased
the intensity of their artillery as assaults
saults assaults on the alternate days they
nave -elected for bombardment.
The Reds fired 1,447 ehells on
Sunday, 4063 on Tuesday and 4, 4,-358
358 4,-358 on Thursday.
Since ,Wov. 1, the Communists
nave bombarded th offshore is
lands only on odd numbered di.
or the month, restin
ng their Soviet
alternate days.
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A key member of the House E-
ducation Committee said yester
day chances, were favorable for
assage of -school construction
ill at the. next session- H Con
gress: ' i
The statement was maoe oy
Rep. Cleveland M. Bailey (D-W.-
Va.), chairman of a subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee which handles school aid le
gislation. He said many foes of
federal school aid have retired or
where defeated in the: November
elections. v t
Bailey told a reporter he ex
pected a variety of new school aid
bills to be introduced next year.
He said his subcommittee would
consider them without delay
He also said federal aid for
school construction could give a
lift to areas suffering from un
employment, in addition to pro
viding needed classrooms,
Bailer's statement added fo
mounting pressure within the
Democratic Party for school eon
struction legislation. The Demo
cratic Advisory Council included
federal school construction aid in
its "state of the union program
issued Sunday. However, the
council Is made up mostly of Dem
ocrats outside Coneress.
A new school construction mil
could face serious hazards .- if
moves are, made to par aid to
districts operating 1 segregated
schools. The House in 1956 and
1957 killed school aid hills after
anti-segregation riders were at
tached. The 1957 measure, how
ever, lost by only five votes.
The administration shelved Us
school construction proposal this
year in favor of a new science
education program which Con
gress approved. Bailey's subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee last spring revived the ad
ministration's 1957 fl,!i00.000,000
construction bill. But the full Ed
ucation Committee, on an evenly
split vote, refused to aonrove it.
Bailey said his subcommittee
also will review operation of the
new science education law. He
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The Administration asked for
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Congress voted instead for a 295-nullion-dollar
loan program;
Former Publisher
Wins Legal Victory
In Unpaid Tax Case
Fox's new tax bill will be. But

The U.S. Tax Court handed form former
er former Boston publisher John Fox a
major legal victory yesterday
which will result in a shsrp re reduction
duction reduction in the government's on;
million dollar tax claim against
him.
Tha court cleared Fox of civil
charges -that he was negligent in
preparing several income tax re returns
turns returns and that he intentionally
disregarded? Internal Revenue
Service rules.,
In an opinion by. Judge Norman
Hetjens,. the court ordered the
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originally; fixed at $1,076,000 in un unpaid
paid unpaid taxes and penalties for the
;year094 through 1953.
Official Tiald it might take
some time te estimate hew much
Fox' new tax bil will be. But
they said the effect of yesterday's
ruling will be to chop the sum
down considerably.
The tax court unheld Fox In re
jecting IRS claims that $175,565
in stock dividends and $216,152
from gas sales were personal in
come and not that of ms now now-defunct
defunct now-defunct Boston Post.
Fox also wss found correct In
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Lollipop Clue Leads
To Youthful Killers
01 Teen Deal Mule
NEW YORK, Dec 12 "(UPI)-

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COLON'S M1Y0R Jose Maria Vives (left), inspects the Battalion staff of the Cristobal High School ROTC unit during a recent
rivip i-if hrinor a ; the school Shown-left to right above are' Vives; Colon postmaster corolg Ferro; Capt. A. L. Swaney;
SSrt Lt. ColSn aSSiJSffi! off tee?" thfunlt; Cadet'captJopAmb
sponsor; Cadet Ma J. Louis Martin, battalion executive officer; and Cadet Capt. Irll Sanders, battalion operations officer.

FUTURE ARMY OFFICERS ROTC students froni Balboa High
School are Instructed by members of B Company, 1st Battle
(Jroup, 20th Infantry on the U.S. Army's modern weapons. Here
they learn the operation of a 106-mm recoilless rifle. As a part
ol their regular training they also have received Instruction on
the machine gun and other automatic weapons.

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Rare Plum Pudding, Canned In 1823,
Is Just Bully Beef, Hoary At That

LEATHERNECK, England Dec.
12 (UP1) A band oi scientists
yesterday carefully chiseled open
the world's oldest known tin of
preserved food and found a hoary
slab of bully beef instead of the
135-year-old plum pudding it was
supposed to contain.
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The "plum pudding" was to be
the piece de resistance of a
Christmas dinner with a history.
The dinnei was composed of four
cans of preserved iood, including
the "pudding" canned in 1823.
White coated scientists, news newsmen,
men, newsmen, photographers and guests
Watched closely as the 135-year-old
tin which had survived iwo
Artie explorations and a ship shipwreckwas
wreckwas shipwreckwas opened with hammer
and chisel inside a sterile glass
case.
But instead of plum pudding-
which is said to imp-ove with
age-they found a foul-smelling
greasy slab ot beef which noDoay
cared to sample.
The other cans centained reast
mutteft 'dating from 1849; a 58-year-old
plum pudding and choco
late sealed in 1915. All turned out
to be all right -and actually tasted
rather good, according to those
who sampled them.
The dinner was arranged by
the British Food Manufacturers
Industries Research Assn, in the
cause of science-and not in the in
terest of good eating.
The 135-year-old can with the
1823 on it still legible was the last'
to be opened. When it proved to
held bully beef instead of pudding,
Miss Jean McNeil Caird, donor of
the tin exclaimed:
"Oh, horrids. I used it as a
doorstop for years. I am terribly
disappointed that it's meat."
She emphatically turned down
the idea of sampling the contents.
Miss Caird, of Edinburg, Scot Scotland,
land, Scotland, is a descendant of Capt.
John Ross, who found the seven-
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Union Churches Plan
Sally At Gamboa
All Day Tomorrow
Young people of Gamboa Union
Church are busy preparing to act
as hosts to a Yotuh Rally to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. The delegates to the meeting
with some adult sponsors will re
present the youth classes and so societies
cieties societies of the four constituent
churches of the Union Church of
the Canal Zone Balboa, Gamboa,
Gatun and Margarita.
Registration will begin as soon
as the first delegations arrive by
early morning train, and continue
as others come by auto. The pro program
gram program proepr will begin with an
assembly for morning worship. It
will continue with addresses and
discussion on the theme of Christ Christian
ian Christian vocation. Alternating- with
other such periods during the day,
will be singing, recreation and a
business meeting with election of
officers for 1959 with time out
for lunch.
At the banquet In the evening
it is expected that Lt. John D.
Mcllheney will be the honored
guest, and speaker. After a song song-fest,
fest, song-fest, Wesley Townsend will take
charge of pary which will
feature stories, floor games, and
folk dancing.
About a hundred registrants are
expected from the four churches.
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Police said yesterday the vital
clue that led to the solution of the

killing of a 14-year-old deaf mute
was a lollipop. :
A lollipop was found near Oscar
Figuerog Jr. last Friday uight as
he lay dying of a stab wound in
an hast Harlem street. Tie bo,
a deaf mute from birth,' died on
tbe way to the hospital.
The candy led police to believe
me slayer was a youngster. They
questioned more than 250 children
in the neighborhood.
Eduardo Rodriguez, 9, told po
lice he and Mario Peppo Rejos.
12, killed the afflicted boy in a
fight.
Eduardo said, he and Rejos
were leaving a candy store wilh
some lollipops they bad bought
when they bumped into Oscar and
accidentally knocked an empty
pop bottle out of his hands, Oscar
was going to turn the bottle in lor
a nickel deposit.
A fight broke out, Eduardo said,
and when the deaf mute boy sot
enough of a beating, he ran. But
tduardo told police, he and Pep Peppo
po Peppo chased Oscar, caught up with
him, and Peppo stabbed Oscar in
uie neart.
Russian Air Force
Pilot Who Escaped
Becomes US Citizen
ALEXANDRIA, Va. Dec. 12
(UPI) A one-time Russian air
force pilot enioyed full U.S. citi
zenship today a decade after he
made a dramatic escape in a
plane stolen behind the Iron Curt Curtain.
ain. Curtain. Peter A. Pirogov, 37, was nat naturalized
uralized naturalized along with 96 others in
Ceremonies at federal court here
yesterday
"The great thing about Ameri America,"
ca," America," he told newsmen, "is that
nobody in this 10 years tells me
'you are Russian and you don't
have the right to do as we do'."
Pirogov and another flier, who
since has returned to his home
land, stole a' plane and flew into
the U.S. lone of Austria in Oc October,
tober, October, 1948. They came to this
country the following year.
Pirogov and his, wife, also a
Russian-born naturalized citizen,
live in nearby Fairfax County
with their three daughters, lie
now teaches Rus$ian at the State
Department's foreign service
school and at Georgetown Univer University's
sity's University's institute of languages and
linguistics.
Capt. Gilbert Lilly
Takes Top Honors
At Clayton School
Cant. Gilbert E. Lillv was hnn.
or student in the- officers' class
which completed training at the
U.S. Armv Carihhpan nhpmifal
Biological and Radiological School
rori ciavton. ast week Ho c
assigned to the U.S. Army Tech
nical services Facific.
THE LAST RIDE
FUKUOKA, Japan (UPI) A
crowned express train served as
the "ride" for a Knwan hnrn
mobster. Thugs stabbed him to
death before horrified naespnuorc
last night. Police identified ti"
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Etchika Chourean
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Fort Gulick, are putting the finishing touches on a Dodge Engine Just prior to their graduation
Friday. From left to right; Cpl. D. Orsay E. Wellington Jr. from Rio Abajo, Panama, Cpl.
Luis, Angel Garcia from Panama City; MSgt. Miguel A. Deyne, TJ.S. Army Instructor,- nl
Cpl. Victor Manuel Perez, Jr., from Panama city. (UA Army Photo).

Tn ninnnrt nf Win "Christmas
rinnd Turn" nrosram. the Canal
Zone Council ot ine Boy Scouts of
AmR-ica made a recent progress
report to the Operating Commit
tee.
To date, the Scouts have food
collection booths operating at Co Corneal
rneal Corneal Commissary, Fort Kobbe
Commissary, Balboa Commissary,
Diablo Commissary, and the uam uam-boa
boa uam-boa Commissary.
Collection boxes aire established
at the civilian and military com commissaries
missaries commissaries on the Atlantic side.
Albrook Troop 15 has been man manning
ning manning the collection point at the Co Coronal
ronal Coronal Commissary; however, this
responsibility ha? been taken over
by Curundu Troop 7. s.
The Curundu Troop 7 Scouts are
niannins a house-to-house drive to
rn n T r n w from 2 D.m. to
approximately 4 p.m. Thjs house
to-house drive will provide the re
irUnf vf r.nnindu the oooortuni
ty to contribute food items and
stable goods, as well as toys, in
cnrwnnr n! Thristmas Good Turn'
guui
Point-of-Sale placards are on
display in the various military and
Civilian commissaries on ure r r-ifif
ifif r-ifif idp Adult Scout Leaders. s
well ,as Scout from various troops
on the Pacific side appearea on
CFN Television at 6:30 pfm. Dec.
10. 1958. The television appear appearance
ance appearance was to acquaint the general
public with "uinstmas u o o a
Turn."
Toys have been received from:
Albrook Troop 15, Navy at Fort
Ajmador, Fort Kobbe Boy Scouts
fi-nm St. Luke's Cathedral. Boy
Scouts from Diablo, an'd the Boy
Scout unit at oamooa.
Boy Scout leaders report that
collection of food stuffs at the var various
ious various commissaries are doing fair fair-lv
lv fair-lv wpll- however, in order to in
sure that the various orpnanages
in Panama have a Merry Christ
mas all personnel, born military
and civilian, are encouraeed to
support "Christmas Good Tur"h"
with donations of food stulfs, toys,
or both.
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly
wood hasn't had a rich rebel with
a cause since Grace Kelly played
a small role in "High Noon,"
starred in nine films, won an Os
car and then, for an encore, play
ed The Palace.
But the town has one now a
willowy, 5-foot, 7-inch blonde, nam named
ed named Dina Merrill. And, strangely.
Dina has a resemblance to La
Kelly. But the Dun and Brad Brad-street
street Brad-street ratings of the Philadephia
Kellys and Dina's husband and
parents; I suspect, have little re resemblance.
semblance. resemblance. Dina, who pronounces
her name Deena, has an even
richer background. Much richer,
MAMA IS HEIRESS Mrsv Mer
rieweather Post of the breakfast
cereal millions. Papa is stockhold stockholder
er stockholder E. F. Hutton. Husband is Tan Tan-ley
ley Tan-ley Rumbough, Jr., president o
the American Totalizator Co., and
of the Metal Container Corp.
But Dina, like Grace, isn't go-
wg io- ue uemea an acting career.
"Who my family, is," she saysj
"has nothing whatever to do with
whether I can act."
So she tries to keep mama and
papa and hubby out of the act,
but it's rather difficult as Grace
Kelly discovered.
THAT DINA CAN act, and
something should be done about
it, seems to have become sort of
a TV crusade. TV performances
have won her- two big breaks.
The day .after she played an
eight-minute role in Jackie Glea-
son's "The Time of Your Life,".
Jerry Lewis signed her for the
role of a Wave in his jew Para Paramount
mount Paramount comedy, "Don't Give Up
the Ship."
When Dina played a WAC lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant who upset Phil Silvers,
Fox signed her for two movies,
"The Desk Set," and "A Nice
Li'tle Bank to Be Robbed." Only
"Desk Set" has been released to
date.
Hitchcock Proves

Release Tomorrow at
"DRIVE-IN" Theatre

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Paramount filmier, '"VERTIGO," starring James STEWART
and Kim NOVAK, the latter In two toles, is due to arrive
tomorrow, Sunday and Monday at tho DRIVE-IN. The
;;fere.-ry'; :;.. ,s. :-.;x V 7;."'; -i '.'A ':y.;d.', 1
Filmed In Technicolor and Vista Vision In beautiful San
Tfanclscn and nearby Monterrey, "VERTIGO" tell a com com-pletely
pletely com-pletely absorbing, breathtaking story that is true to the
Hltchrock tradition of iuspense-wlthout-horror." ( f, i?
Barbara BEL GEDDES It co-starred ; Tom HELMOR8
" and Henry JONES featured. ; :;" Advt.

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.JaLiJ

landed her last, role, however,
ane was on a yacht in tha
Mediterranean with her husband
when her agent radioed her.
vou yuu report Havana, uuoa,
Mondav lead onnnit niik.rf
Roland in 'Catch Me "If You
can?"
Some actresses' T Vnnw wnrlr nl
vertime n thm pn finrt
yachting on the J Mediterranean,.
am iina jumped ship, with hub hubby's
by's hubby's blessing, and reported for
work Monday. That's how serious
She is about the aetintf hit"
i UNLIKE CRACE KELLY, Dina
married and hppnmo Sviam ha.
fore Tthe bfipimp n jcvuii hp
kiddies are 11, '9 and 6. Two boys

ana a gin.
Like Grace, of course, ,h
hopes to win an Oscar.
If she does, I've got a great !-v
dea for! topping the-Kellys. Dad
Hutton and Husband Rumbough"
get together and break the bank
at Prince Rainier'g Monte Carlo.
With that compu ing machine
company Rumbough heads, it's
possible, you knowv

HOLLYWOOD AND Grapevine::
Linda Crista! is saying "Nd, no,
no" to reports that her "marriage
to Bob Champion is headed for a
divorce court. She's the' doll who
stripped to the waist for a roman-
tic scene with John Saxon in
some film designed for foreign
v"i ? n v Crbsby
took over Frank Sinatra's old a
pax meiu c . ulvd. Broth
er Lindsay will move in with him
r i i. t i e i i . u
WJJf 1 ae cnecKS uui oi me Army.
. .A filra b'oaraphv o"M'oIi o"M'oIi-ni
ni o"M'oIi-ni is in the works. All the blar
a'nis were imade with the lalii
dictator's family nj Rome.
Suspense Master in
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TOE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT' DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Desperate Man'Tranquilized'
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MESS SERGEANT HONORED Receiving congratulations from Capt. Joseph Gj-ezaffl, command command-lrtg,:ottcf'0kmpan:lst
lrtg,:ottcf'0kmpan:lst command-lrtg,:ottcf'0kmpan:lst Battle,Group, 20th Infantry, Frt Gulick, is Sfc. Ernest W.-Smith,
former-mess sergeant 4or the company. He was presented with an official letter of apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation Jn'-TeCOgnltlort. of "his" job performance: Smith soon Is to leave for duty in the VS. 1st. Lt.
Paul-A. 'Buga,', company executive ofjlcer, made the presentation. (U.S, Army photo)

Teamsters Ordered To Obey

Monitors

Appointed

ASlBmbfONDec? Up'l.-i
Fpderat Judge ,T. Dickinson Letts
ordered the Tteamster Unwa yea yea-terday,
terday, yea-terday, t comply promptly, with
the flean-up orders of a eourt-ap-pointed
bpardvof memtorj or f ace
a new )tih crackdown bj the
court. ,v
Letts issued a series of, rulings
sidinjj completely with the twor
memberi niajority. of the monitors
in v their showdown fight with
Teamsters Presiden .. James It.
Hoffa..i. t t" -,t 1
, He ianaed the; scheduled mid'
March' teamsters' convention de designed
signed designed "te shedi the 'monitors I 'Ac 'Accused
cused 'Accused Hoffa and his subordinates
of trying to "frustrate and block"
the cleanup' drive and ruled that
the watch-dog group had the pow
er to issue orders that must be
obeyed.
Letts made plan he t felt he
could remove- Hoffa and liis asso)
ciates from office or punish the rn
for contempt of court if they con continued
tinued continued to;, defy, the,, monitors Hr,
appointed last. January as an af af-termatclx
termatclx af-termatclx of an anti-Hoffa suit by
rank-and-file union members
'Remedies are not lacking in
ur iudicial orocesses." he said.

"if the orders of the court are fice

violated, disregarded -or ignored."
Letts' ruling was certain 'to
have, a sharp i impact on future
Teamsters operations.Hoffa had
contended that the three-member
monitors, board had power only to
recommend not order .reforms
in the giant, 1,500,000-member u u-nion.
nion. u-nion. In bringing the dispute before
Letts last month, Board Chair Chairman
man Chairman Martin F G'Donoghue ac accused;
cused; accused; Hoffa specifically of defy defying
ing defying the monitors on 10 specific
orders. He told the Judge Hoffa
has been giving the board a run run-around.
around. run-around.
In siding with 0 Donoghue,
Letts told the Teamsters he ex expected
pected expected "prompt compliance" not
only with the 1Q existing orders
but with any "future demands ot
the monitors, He also issued some
specific orders of his own.
He ruled invalid certain provi

sions in the Teamsters constitu constitution,
tion, constitution, regarding, ehgiblity of union
members to become candidates
for union, office: He said the pres present
ent present system enabled "local : labor
bosses" to control Teamsters lo locals,
cals, locals, by restricting the number of

members eligible to run for of

Western Democrat Says Congress May
Add To Power Of Civil Rights Group

WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 tUPI)
A key-western Democrat predict predicted
ed predicted yesterday Congress wdl i beef
up the powers of the federal civil
rights eommissionr if southern of officials
ficials officials refuse-. to cooperate with
its investigations of voting rights
cases. V, , ,. "'
The forecast was made by Rep.
Byron G. Rogers (D-Colo ), a
.mk.i. t nt thm TTnuxp mdiciarv

subcommittee which handles civiW

rights legislations, He saio xne re refusal
fusal refusal of, Alabama authorities to
turn over ; voting Tecords to the
commission" this week indicated
they had something to hide.
Such defiance,; he told, a report reporter,
er, reporter, makes, Congress ."suspicious
and increases chances that legis legislation
lation legislation will be t passed to insure
local t"cooperation" with the new
commission.
For' one 'thing; Rogers said the
commission could be authorised to
apply drcttv to federal courts
for orders which would make lo local
cal local official '.abide by subpenas
for records -of testimony; The com
mission now Inust ask the Justice
Departmeptf to seek the court ord order
er order a step, which has been .taken
in the Alabama tase.t
But JRogers, held out the-possibility
ofjevep more drastic ac action.
tion. action. ,''"' it ,J 1
He" said thatif. "better cooper cooper-ation
ation cooper-ation in, the South'- is not forth forth-coming,nGongress
coming,nGongress forth-coming,nGongress i probably would
enact-theso-caUed, "titled three"
provisions which the Senate struck
out of the 1957 civil fights law. ;
It"weufdrautboritiJie the Justice
Department W,eek feder. court
injunctions to- prevent denials o
i variety of civil rights., As n n-nally
nally n-nally passed, the 1SS7 law limited
the 5cpartmf ifjucbon au authority
thority authority .to.caset involving Voting
ouestion" hut that Congress .would
extend the We of the commission,
now due to expire next fall. Pre-
PARHJfOVT TIACHIRS
NUMADX Japan I CPI) -Two
hundred school teachers on a sit sit-down
down sit-down 'strike were chased from
Education Hall today by 1,500 an angry
gry angry .iparents. iThe teachers, were
protesting plant to set up a Hew
system-for Tating their; efficiency.
It'iCti&JflWI 'HIAD;v
PARIS UPI) -David .,Shoen-
brun, Paris correspondent of the
Coli ..ibia BroaJcastmg System,
has been elected president of the
Anglo American Press Associa

sident Eisenhower called for an
extension at his news conference
Wednesday because the commis commission
sion commission was delayed in getting organ organized.
ized. organized. Senator-elect Kenneth B. Keat Keating
ing Keating (R.N.Y.) said he' would intro

duce an extensions bill in the Sen Senate
ate Senate and expressed confidence that
it would be passed. He said the
commission should be continued
beyond June 1, I960; to llow
time for "judicial proceedings
which are bound to result from
the Alabama hearings.' v

Labor Official Cool
To Teamsters' Raid
On AFJCME Locals
WASHINGTON, Dec. 12' (UPI)
Labor Secretary James P. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell said yesterday policemen,
firemen and other municipal work
ers "deserve a better fate" than
membership in James R. Hoff a s
Teamsters Union.
Mitchell told a news conference
public servants are entitled to
labor leaders in whom they can

have respect and: confidence. He

said Hoffa doesn't fill the bill.
Hoffa announced in Miami
Beach that the- Teamsters wAulrt
launch a drive to draw 10 million
public workers, including police policemen
men policemen and firemen, into the union,
which already is the nation's larg largest.
est. largest. Meantime, the American Fed Federation
eration Federation of Slate, County and Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Employes, an AFL-CIO u u-nion,
nion, u-nion, served notice it would fight
Hoffa's campaign. A Spokesman
said the Teamsters already have
raided federation locals in some
cities.
The spokesman pooh poohed
Hoffa's goal of 10 million public
workers. He said there were only
4,500,000 state, county and muni municipal
cipal municipal employes, including some
who are supervisors or already
in the teachers and firefighters
unions'. The federation has 200,000
members.
Mitchell said he would be dis displeased
pleased displeased with "any attempt by
Jimmy Hoffa to enlarge his juris jurisdiction."
diction." jurisdiction." However, he said there
was nothing to stop public serv servants
ants servants from joining the Teamsters
if they wants to.,
The secretary said employes
charged with maintaining law and
order should not -have the right
to strikev

COSTA MESA, Calif., Dec, 12

(UPI) Tranquilizers .secretly
slipped by police to a chemical en engineer
gineer engineer threatening his former wife
with a shotgun were credited to today
day today with leading to the man's
caoture.
Charles S. Miller, 44, of, .Los
Angeles, held his wife. Alice, 44,
captive in her mother's home for
more than three hours' Wednes
day,; ignoring her Die is and those
of a priest who tried to talk the
desperte man into surrendering
to s bolice who surrounded the
home. v
Miller's twin daughters, Sally
and Marilyn, 12, fled the home

when .Miller entered brandishing a

snot sun and announced :
,'Tve reached the end of rav

rone and this is the only way I
can get any action."

He battered a hole in a door

with the eun and rushed into his
Wife's bedroam where he threat threatened
ened threatened her.

Police, called by Mrs. Miller's

mother; who- also fled the house,
said Miller insisted on talking
with Sheriff's -Lt. Robert Parson Parson-son,
son, Parson-son, whom he knew.
Parsonson, who made the 50 50-mile
mile 50-mile trip in 35 minutes, bought a
supply of tranquilizers at a drug
store and then went to the home
and to the bedrom window.
"Charlie? Parsonson said, 'you
wouldn't shoot me, would you? I
am the only friend you have.'
"I'd hate to do it," Miller an an-swered,
swered, an-swered, "but I'll have to shoot
you if you come in."
Parsonson put some of the tran tranquilizers
quilizers tranquilizers in a rup of coffee and
offered it. to Miller, who at first
refused but then accepted it and
drank about half the contents.
"It. just relaxed him,' Parson Parsonson
son Parsonson said. "Didn't knock him out
or anything."
When the lieutenant offered the
slowly relaxing Miller a cigarette,
Miller's fi n g e r slipped off the
shotgun's trigger and Parsonson
grabbed him.

DENOUNCES POOLS
LONDON (UPI) A Laborite
member of Parliament today de denounced
nounced denounced Bntain,'s privately-owned
football pools that pav fortunes
every week and urged the gov government
ernment government to set up a national lot lottery.
tery. lottery. Marcus Lipton filed in the
House of Commons a proposal
calling for an end .to the unlim unlimited
ited unlimited cash winnings paid bv ?
private pools, some of which run
as high as $600,000.

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Attorney General Louis J. Lefkowitz charged yester yesterday
day yesterday in a.cpurt action that an automobile sales company
had systematically short-changed servicemen returning
from overseas.
Mr. Lefkowitz said that Supreme Court Justice Felix C.
Benvenga had signed an order permitting him to brinsr
suit against Bonded Auto Sales. Inc., to revoke its charter
and apply for appointment of a receiver.
Bonded Sales, formerly of 97-71 Queens Boulevard.
Forest Hills, Queens, is at 1036 Northern Boulevard. Roslyn
Heights, L. I.
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touch with servicemen abroad offering to deliver auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles and accepting deposits.
pany, tried to induce the serviceman, upon his return, to
pany tried to induce the service man, upon his return, to
take a different car. When he declined and asked for his
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MRS. POTTER ENTERTAINS AT GOVERNOR'S HOUSE
0R MEMBERS OF .THE ENGINEERS' WIVES CLUB
Th Governor's Houm wit the teen of the holiday meet meet-v
v meet-v lDf of th Engineer's Wives Ctuk, with Mrs, William E. Pot Potter
ter Potter acting a hoatesa.
Guests ware served champagne on the terrace, followed
hy tea In the home. The serving table waa eeniered with
an attractive arranfement of wild orchid. Appropriate piano

and violin music wan preaenwo mnni m

Mrs. Potter received her guests
'wearing a frock of soli pink gist gist-d
d gist-d fabric, with wllite accessories.
She returned to the group the
money which normal y is luted o
cover expenses lor club meetings,
and the Audi have b;n preseated
to Goroial Hospital for Christmas
ClThe party was at.ended by 28
guests, representing P?11" C?"
nal Company Engineers'
the host group, wives of the With
Aviation Company Eajpneera,
IAGS, Engineers' Wives of Fort
Clayton and Navy
Wives. Each was p-esented min miniature
iature miniature novelty Christmas tree to
wear on her dress.
The door prisma pair of silver

at the B.P.O. Elks Lodge on La
Boca Road will be inaugurated at

a em party Miuraay evening

:30.

il Elks visiUng in the area,
Elks who are assigned-here with

the armed lorces ana ineir inenai
are invited to attend.

1 Like It Here,1
Zoo Lion Shows
CAIRO, Egypt -(UP1) "Bol "Bol-bol,"
bol," "Bol-bol," a lion at the Cairo Zoolog Zoological
ical Zoological Gardens, is a stubborn lion.
Stubborn like a mule.
And that's why "Bolbol -(his
name means nightingale) is
still at the Cairo Zoological Gar Gardens.
dens. Gardens. When ioo officials decided to
move him to the Alexandria Zoo
they didn't reckon with Bol Bol-bol's"
bol's" Bol-bol's" strong attachment to his
Cairo home. The lion plainly re refused
fused refused to leave his cage.
They tried persuation but (ail (ailed
ed (ailed miserably. They tried to prick
him out of the cage, with iron
spears. The guards waved re revolvers
volvers revolvers menacingly. They opened
up ort him with water boses. They
starved him and tried to lure him
into a waiting truck by placing
meat outside the cage.
After six hours of resistance,
"Bolbol" was triumphant. Wet,
hunitru a fin nnnvprt but tri

umphant. The zookeeper decided

to send anotner lion io Alex Alexandria.
andria. Alexandria. The second choice went
along without complaint.

branch candles kks, was won
by Mr. Ruby.
Asslting Mrs. Potter were Mrs.
Robert D. Brown Jr., Mrs. Peter
Grofa and Mrs. Harvey C. Jones.

Dell And Wardrakw
Raffled Par Charity
Members of the Caldron orga organization
nization organization who have been telling
tickets for the ralfle of I doll and
its ex'ensive hand-made wardrobe

have announced that he winning

ticket will be drawn during the

bingo party Monday evening in the

Balboa (Jiu&nouse, upstairs
The raffle Is conducted annual annual-lv
lv annual-lv by the women's group as a

charity project, with unds going
to aid in research for spastic
children. Besides he do' I and its

clothes, two others prizes will be
awarded during the Monday draw
ing.

Elks Inaugurate
Newly Decorated Leung
The newl air-conditioned lounge

Meeting

Atlantic Side PTA
The monthly meeting of the
Atlantic Side Parent Teacher As Association
sociation Association will be held in the gym gymnasium
nasium gymnasium of the North Margarita
School Monday evening at 7:30.
Before the business meeting, a

special Christmas program will bp
presented by the children of the

Gatun and Margarita elementary
schools. The rhythm band mm

the South Margarita school also

will perform.

Retired Werkeri Asm.
The Canal Zone Retired Work
an Atsrwlatinrt will plprt npw of

ficers for the 1959 fo-um at a meet

ing to be held December 15 a:
the usual place. All members are

urged to attend tha 6:30 p.m.
meeting.

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REEL TWIST Art follows
life for actress Barbara von
Nadv. Born Countess Barbara
radasdy in Hungary 19 years

I no, she fled the Russians dur during'
ing' during' the 1956 Hungarian revolt.
She found sanctuary in Austria
and was discovered by Director
Anatole Utvak, who gave her
an important role in "The Jour Journey."
ney." Journey." Fate's twist: The film is
backgrounded by the Hungarian,
revolt ot 1936.

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CLAD TIDINGS Umbering
up as the tide comes in at
Miami Beach, Fla., Carol Jane
Abney brightens the see-side
at this' resort. "A student ot
ballet in New York, she likes to
keep in shape on vacations.

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world.' The oaly two ladies In the

ton 25 at this writing are Jon!

James and Dinah Shore. .Alexis

Smith aad Craig Stevens are con considering
sidering considering adopting a child.
Eva Bartok is ailing. '.Susan
Johnson, who rides onstage on a
motrocycle in one of the scenes

in "Whoop-Up," had trouble stop

ping the thing during one Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia performance and. almost
rode right out into the audience,
They may substitute a bike be before
fore before the show comes to Broadway,
Duet at the Griming: singers
Jill Corey and Robert Clary, .fnir .fnir-teen
teen .fnir-teen member of the cast of "My
Fair Lady" are going lo psychia
trists. .Isobel Bobbins' greatest
fan is still Henry Morgan. Wher Wherever
ever Wherever she works, he sits at a table
for one and looks like a Portrait
Of A.Man Carrying A Touch. Eva

Gabor is preparing a nightclub

act in which she II sing and dance

appropriately assisted big two

singing and dancing boys.
There ought to be a few novel

features emanating from the next

Press Week held oy the couture

Group. For the first time in the

organization s history, men's fasti
ions will be shown, and Victor Le

bow will tell the fashion writers

how the men of America shomd

dress. .The late, late show in

THE CILIBRltllS

All Khan's friends say he is

amused" about the rumors that

he'l not getting along with ine
new chief of Pakistan. He assures
everyone his job isn't at all in
jeopardy. .Tha bi surprise in

The r lower urum aong is L,ar-

ry Blydeh's singing and he was
a last minute substitute. He's
such a show-stopper Rodgers and
Hammer stein have given him
two additional songs.

When he says 'i do", in "The

Remarkable MrrPennypacker,' it

will be the first time ciiiton weoD
has ever portrayed a bridegroom

on or off the screen, but he will

made a stunning aisle waller.
Mary Wills, who did the wardrobe

for the picture, commented, "Clin

ton is one of the qnly two men
in Hollywood who can wear an As
cot tie and look smart instead cf

foolish. The other is Cary Grant.
(Oh, come on, now Mary! How
about Fred Astalfe?). Alae
Guinness, who yearns to play the
life of Mahatma Gandhi, has been
warned by his doctors not to diet.
Hollywood studios are bidding
for the screen rights to "Fire In
My Blood," the autobiography of
a fenvme fatale named D e n i I a

Braun, just out in London. To hear Moscow must be offering vintage

her tel it, Deniza was quite a films. When Joshua Logan enter

swingitt' chick in the '30s; sne tained the visiting Soviet movie
claims to have chased Hitler out group he asked them whom they
of her hotel room and fended off wanted to meet while they Were
Mussolini in the back of a cab. .fin New York and they asked for

Pulitzer Prize winning play- Reginald Denny.

wright William Inge has seen

"Comes A Day" three times. He's)
flipped over the performance of
George C. Scott. .Music lovers
ogling the cover of George Shear Shearing's
ing's Shearing's new "Latin Lace" album will
be interested to know that the
beauty decorating it is really two
people: the hips belong to one girl,

the face to another. ,. .Epic Rec

ords dropped their plan to wax

Errol Flynn singing "Bawdy Songs

Of The South Sea.

One of the big Broadway car

dealers slipped Sway quietly, leav

ine his agency with huge deficits.

The inside reason for his takeoff

was pressure exerted by bookmak
ers to whom he owed a fortune.
Those in the know believe he bet
on an average of $1,000 a day-'
with most of the money coming

stright from the company Mil.
Eydie Gorme is apartment hutn hutn-ing
ing hutn-ing in Arlington, Va. She'll spend
her spare time there with husband
Steve Lawrence, who's now sta stationed
tioned stationed with the Army in Fort Mey

er, Va.

Perry Como didt' jai funny bit

with a teleprompte'r boy who goof

ed in the, middle of a song on
the taping for his next show. It
should rock the home viewers if
they don't cut it. .The platter
bsuiness continues to bea man's

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Opening lead K

Hildergarde Neff,, who has been
auite out of the show business bic-

ture since she played in "Silk

Stockings" on Broadway, is cur
rently in London recording an al

bum of songs. .Real estate note

the purchase, of a not-exactly-Bohe

mian $30,00(1 house Is one of the

out-of character things Jack he
rouac has been able to accompl

ish since the publication of his

various beatnik efforts.

If enouah soenders like produc

er Mervyn LeRoy continue patro

nizing the IRT, the Transit Autho Authority
rity Authority may have no deficit worries
by the end of the fiscal year.

The LeRoy unit has been film

ing a short sequence for luc

r fli story" up st the Kingsbridge

Station during the past few days,

ana wnat won reiane auer retaRe,
principals and extras have pour poured
ed poured more than. $38 worth of tokens
into the turnstiles. (And then
didn't go anywhere!)
Gary Crosby's pals whisper he's
just aching to do a flicker with
Bing but is too ishy to suggest

it to Dad. .If you're collecting
aliases, make a note of this one:
The rock 'n' roll outfit known as
The Peanuts record for another
label under the name of The Goobers.

Hard Luck Joe does even worse
at duplicate than st rubber bridge.
He took his ace of clubs, went
over to dummy's king of hearts
and fines ed his queen of spades.
West Won his king and led back
the nine of diamonds whereupon

two diamond tricks and a ruff

set the haqd.
'There I, go again,' said Joe.

"The finesse had 4d ,b wrong
and West had to come up with

the killing shift. I s iieli

shouldn't have tried the trump

finesse, but I thought we would

need the overtrick if the king

hud been righy
"Guess is much too mild a
word,' yelled North. "We were
at a fine contract. Furthermore,
nn maftor hiiva tha far At lav

East and West had, a cheap save

ai live ciuos ana .nigm nave tbk tbk-en
en tbk-en it st other tables. You should

have played your ace of spades

and given yourself the best

chance for your contract."

North was right. "Joe should
have been satisfied with the
four-spade contract and should
have played the spade ace right
away.
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Marine and fisheries, which handles Panama Canal legislation,
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STUDENTS FROM PANAMA 'At W Radio Repair' Course at the
TJ.S. Army Caribbean School,- Fort Gulick, are seen working on
a, project that all the students look forward to: building their
Own radios which they' get citato, home With? ihern. Both Pah-
amanians graduated Friday. From left to right: Sgt. Roman Cente
ho Bustamante from apira, Panama; Sgt." Jaime CorveraTarifa,
guest instructor from Bolivia, and S-gt. Roqu F. Aguilar from Pa Panama'
nama' Panama' City. (U.S. Army Photo).

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for I tther Clrtte ;
Mrs.'Ar.hur W. Smith will be
fcos.ess at-a meeting' of Either
Circle, of Balboa Union Cnurch
Monday evening at 7:30 at .her
borne, 6202 Pequifli, to Rios, As-

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The autoi&t who has to ask

directions from a. stranger should
look for a mart to ask instead uf
stopping his car'te-sk a woman.
1 Women, are reluctant to talk to
a strange man who' stops his car.
So he should hot put her In the
embarrassing position of having
to talk to a stranger or seem rude
by cutting him off ihort.
Philippine Official;
US Envoy Discuss
Formal Base talks
MANltA, Def7ll (t)PI) The
Untied States and the Philippines
today drew up. a list of various
approaches in a renewed effort to
find a. basis for reopening recei recei-sed
sed recei-sed negotiations on the question
of American military bases here,
Foreign Secretary Felixberto Se Serrano
rrano Serrano and UJ5, Ambassador, Chr
leg Bohlen' met at th Foreign Of Office
fice Office behind closed doors for the
third time in exploratory talks tow
-arris hammering out a workable
approach to resume formal discus
sioni to revise the 194? Miliary
Bases pact between the two counties.-
,
A communique issued aftur to today's
day's today's two hour meeting he'ween
Serrano and boheln said the two
continued to thresh out the thorny
ornblem o iurlsdietiort over Am

erican servtremen violating Phil

ippine lawsv
The nutsandinas .formula on ia

rlHrtlction w.hrih Serrano s n d

Bohlen .discussed,; has ... these two

mam points:." ,,

The IT.S. Will agree' to acknnw acknnw-ledge
ledge acknnw-ledge the .Philippine Jurisdiction
over sll offenses "ommitted by
American military personnel who
are off duty but within base areas.
In exchange for the acknowledg acknowledgment.':
ment.': acknowledgment.': thf Philiopines will allow
the U.S. through, its base orti
minder to certify the. on dutv'or
off duty status of the offender,
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Queen's Cousin Told
Mexican Divorce
Hot Valid In Britain

LONDON, pee 11 (UPI) A
British court rejeii ed the Mar Marque
que Marque I of Milfortl Hveni Mexic Mexican
an Mexican divorce yesterday and ruled
he still was mar-let to an Amer American
ican American woman under British law.
The Marquess, a 'cousin of
Oueen Elisabeth and once a close

friend of Hungarian actress Eva j

Bartok, was iitfiu uppeo as jus
ttce Arthlan Davles rejected nil
petition for acceptance' of the
Mexican deoree obtained in 1954
by Mrs. Romaihe Dahlgren Simp Simpson,
son, Simpson, of Washington, D.C
The 29-year-old peer and man'
bout-town refused to comment
on the decision. 'At the time he
filed his petition, there were re reports
ports reports he intended to marry Miss
Bairtok, but they have not been
seen together recently. Miss-Bar
tok, who has been married four
time, had a baby earlier this
year but has refused to name the
Mther.
. Milfo-d Haven married Mrs.
Simpson in Washington in 1950.
In May 1954, while the Marquees
Was living in New York, his wife
went to Braves ;in Chihuahua
State, Mexico, filed a divorce pe petition
tition petition allediit incomes tibilitv.

and obtained divorce decree .the

next day. )

lilting her will &e Mrio Maxwell
Smith.
: The devotions will be led by
Miss Lois McClure. Members ire
reminded to bring Christmas gift!
for their aunshire sister. -.
Bnask Party. Is vvv
a pened '
, The fnaraanian Snack .party,
to have been given by the Cook Cooking
ing Cooking Clazi of the fnter-A,mei-icn
Womia'i Club tomorrow evening
at the home of Mrs. Teres Bur Bur-rell
rell Bur-rell in Golf Heights, has been can
celled due to unforeseen circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, it was announced today.
It -'.iirT. in 1 Mpmwt t. iH-; f. c.
TassCcrrbt Rcpcrf
On Chinoje Uprising,
Execution 01 Spies'
L6NDON.' TLlecV' 12 (UPh 'moJ-

cow radio yesterday, reported the
discovery "and liquidation of what
it called an "American-Chiang
Kai-Shek' spy ring in Red China's
Kwantung province where an

temoten uorismg was reporteo
Wedpesdiy,

A Tiss news agency dispatch

from, Peiping said the Kwanrunt
weylnce peoples court sentenced

'ive agents to eeatn, gave tJnson
term's to others and Icquitted, six

wno voiunTrny surrenoerea.

Press dispatches Wednesday

night from Portuguese Macao, of

the Kwantung e o s s t of south

China; resorted a Hungarian-tyte

unrising aid taken place on the
Red offshore island of Lapo ear

iy Tuesdavf -

' According to the Macoa reports

there were .aminos nf rebel iOn von

the nearer Communist island, fol

lowed by heavy Jroop movementft

gunfire and public execution of
three, met). -. v i'.-y,.

Macao residents watched the

executions through binoculars. nd
telescooes. ; --"pi-'-:

Peinlhff ndio so far hit icnnred

the reports but tass, in its 'Rus 'Russian
sian 'Russian language service broadcast

from Moscow, gave what might

be back-handed connrmatlon of

th unrest. .r:V

Tas uttoted the Peinlng news

oaoer Nan Fane Jih Pan that

public security oresns, with the

active suonort of -the population,
hav arrested eroup of Ameri-

can-Chlang KtShek spiel '' and
saeurs in Kwantung nrovlnce..
j "The Kwantung peonies .court
ienrnced five of iha ngent to

deeth nd the remainder to vsr

tous terms of imnrisonment, The
court scouitted six o the asa'nts

who Volnntstily surrendered to the

Hate -securitv bodies and confe'
sjrt their guilt.

.. -Th fnteneesf iiavbeen car
ried,ot.'" ,

WIS Exhibit Mzrks
Hall Hundred Years
for RP Nurses School
In helping to" comroemor. te the
5oth .nrivers :-v of the lurshg
school at SantO Toma. ; Hospital,
th United States Information Serv
ice hat Installed an .ppropf into
exhibit in iU window on Central
Avenue . ;'
! The exhibit; I largely pictorial,
shows a Photo of- u nmies who
graduated in lta from the fiura fiura-inf
inf fiura-inf school: :AlUgracia- latsalio,
Bertlna Arboleda. Baudella Ma Ma-hi,
hi, Ma-hi, ink Mtl- fliret Gulller-

mlni Aparlclo, Maria, Rebeca O

U Tspriem, imewa Agusun oe
Dignous, Mikril McU Sara E.
Adams and Evelia A. Gsrcla, ae ae-corapanied
corapanied ae-corapanied by Major Edgar. A.
Bacock. s

Other photos i)6w'-a' group -of
nursing students in the united

Mates auri g cesses, aoo n
eus Red fro? t :ses in ttfion.

l Some of the books that are tied

i miw th vhihit irK- Amen-

cin Nursing, Its Jistory nd ln ln-tererotationV
tererotationV ln-tererotationV "Clafa Barton, Red
Cross Pioneer" i "Prictical Nurs Nursing";'
ing";' Nursing";' "The Story of Nursing,"
and "Manual for Nursing Serv

ice Administrators.'

Longshore Leader

Harry Bridges Weds

llisei Steno In Reiio

. oiin nv ne. 12 fUPlV

Longshore leader Harry Br dges

mA u mm m tar "urniin m fit-ai

prettv Nisei brido for tonl

overcome Nevada's law against

interracial marriages. :

Bridges, it-Vear-old prijident of

the InternaUoi.l lonwr imen

ma t.rhmiiman' union wea

tl-. V.Uf Wilrlrl -SftWtril. 35

Wednesday ,ftr jud8 ordered

fit AAnn v iiurr tn irjt inrm

cense.

' "Mv wife sure had t stand up

to a real test, right at the start,
ttmr wid. "I'm Wr. proud of

her now than I was before.
m said the M-year-old Nevada

law prohibiting marriage oetween

a Caucasian no an urimmi

came as a "complete surprise,'
tk new Mrs. Brdses is a see

wrfsr In a San Francisco law

fii-m. She wis born in LOs An

geles.

"t think iii-'aeTi derision Is

wonderful.", she said, 'but I

think it is deplorable ,. that the
ease ever had t' come up."
Distr'c' Judge T'1or Wine uo
held Br'dges, assertinp a Haht to
"rry "U right of th indlv
iduat. not of the acf." t

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gy VICTOR M. CAREW
Leon Kellmari's Cerveza Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, after losing five consecutive
games, unleashed a 14-hlt attack
against the league-leading Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro In picking up ar9-4,win last
night The 14 hits represented
baseblows of every category and
tbe Brewers' David Roberts fi finally
nally finally displayed the type of hit hitting
ting hitting that is expected of him as
he homered and singled to drive
In three runs.
oOo
Georges Maranda, although he
.weakened in the late frames, was
able to survive the Marlboro up uprisings
risings uprisings because of the comforta comfortable
ble comfortable lead he enjoyed throughout
the game.
ooo
Reinaldo Grenald, inserted
back into the Brewer lineup,
collected two base blows, a
long triple and a double. Ev Every
ery Every Brewer hit safely In last
night's contest.
oOo
Marlboro's starter, Jim Hardi Hardison,
son, Hardison, was not given a chance to
settle down. The righthander
was clobbered for ten of the 14
hits and seven of the nine Brew Brewer
er Brewer runs over the four innings he
was around.
oOo
The league's decision in sched scheduling
uling scheduling both games in tonight's
doubleheader for nine Innings is
a correct one. It has always look looked
ed looked funny to us to see four-different
teams Involved in a dou
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bleheader and one of the games
limited to seven innings.
oOo--
The Kings have established.
good precedent In releasing
Owen Friend and Joe Tuminelll.
Joe never should have been pick picked
ed picked up. As a player he is through.
Owen Friend's performance was
of the kind that didn't require
any study to drop him. Regard Regarded
ed Regarded to be a power hitter, although
not a good bat, and a polished
glove man, the veteran infielder
was a complete flop with the
Kings.
There are a few other import imported
ed imported players that could also be
given their return tickets to the
States.
oOo
The Kings' Godwin Moore
handled the third base traffic
in Wednesday's contest against
Carta Vieja In an intelligent
manner, although Gil Garrido,
one of otir outstanding second
guessers, thought otherwise.
This second guesser felt that
Moore should pot have held
Hunt at third after Lea Feden
sinrled.
In such plays, for Garrldo's in information,
formation, information, no coach can antici anticipate
pate anticipate a bad throw and the fact
that the throw turned out to be
bad could never mean that
Moore did the wrong thing. As
we have always maintained, sec second
ond second guessing does not reaulre
any vast knowledge of baseball.
Anyone can second guess, but
not everyone can manage.

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mood when breakfaat begun.

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As Sportsman Of

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

Teams CV M K CB W L Pet. OB
Carta Vieja x 1 2 2 5 3 .625
Marlboro 2 x 2 1 5 4 .556
Kings 1 1 x 2 4 5 .444 1
Cervez.a Balboa 0 2,1 x 3 5 .375 2
Totals 3 4 r 5 17 17

TONIGHT'S GAMES (2)
At Olympic Stadium

First game:

Kings (Luebke 2-1)
Balboa (Brown 1-1)

Second game: Carta Vieja (Umbricht 1-2) vs.
Marlboro (Milo 2-0)
Came time: 5:30
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium: Cerveza Balboa 9, Marlboro 4
Along The Fairways.

PGA MEETING
Jim Riley, President of the Pa
nama IjOII ASSUC1HUUI1, jtcoicl-
day released a resume of the min minutes
utes minutes of the recent meeting of the
Panama Golf Association.
One of the most important dis discussions
cussions discussions held at the meeting was
the establishment of tne piaying
date of the annual isthmian Ama
teur tournament. The tournament
usually has been played aunng
the summer. Discussion invoivea
the setting of the date ust prior
to, or just after the annual Pana Panama
ma Panama Open Championship, with the
belief that the Panama Open
greatly stimulates local golf, and
that "the annual Isthmian Open
would benefit by such a playing
date. The matter was tabled,
however, until the next meeting
date. ,
The use of loud speaker and
walkie-talkie facilities during the
playing of PGA-sponsored tourna tournaments
ments tournaments was discussed, with it be being
ing being approved by the executive
committee.
Th annual membership cost
wan discussed by the committee
chairmen and offcers, and it was
approved by the executive com
mittee that tne annual w
raised from $1 to $2 per person.
The additional cost will permit
the PGA to provide awards for
the Isthmian Amateur as well
as provide other facilities at PGA PGA-sponsored
sponsored PGA-sponsored tournaments.
It was approved that all 1959
PGA-sponsored tourneys will pro provide
vide provide for necessary assistance by
the PGA to local clubs, to conclude
'pairings' and furnishing starters
and scorers, with remuneration for
the latter to be paid by the PGA.
iwisirvn reeardine the conduct
ing of PGA-sponsored Senior and
Junior Golf Championships on the
Isthmus, on an annual basis, was

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tabled until the next meeting, for
study by the tournament commit committee.
tee. committee. 'I
President Riley, in answer in
to question from the floor, an
nounced that the PGA was direct directly
ly directly interested in an emphatic ef
fort to improve local golf condi
tions through obtaining more spon sponsored
sored sponsored tournaments for local clubs;
striving to establish a uniform
handicapping system throughout
all Isthmian clubs; the promotion
of senior and junior golf tourna
ments and players; procuring golf
films, for showing at local blues
at a pro-rated,' nominal cost.
He emphasized that the PGA
desired to assist local clubs in the
conducting of tournaments and es-
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clubs; and particularly mentioned"; Si

tne turnisning ot starters ana
scorers. Riley also mentioned, in
his remarks, that it is desired to
meet with club representatives for
the discussion of uniform rules of
etiquette (beyond those mentioned
in U.S.G.A. rules), With particular
reference to the observance by
all players, of the rules of cours courses
es courses other than their own, when
playing in open tournaments. This
subject has been the source of
many complaints by member
clubs.
It was also approved that the
By-Laws be changed to require
that all Panama Golf Association
officials must also be registered
memDers oi a mcai gou ciud.
Jimmy des Londes recommend recommended
ed recommended to the Board that it study any
means of reducing present tour tournament
nament tournament periods of qualification and
play, while Dr. Herb Mitten rec recommended
ommended recommended that the PGA commit committees
tees committees be enlarged through addition additional
al additional club representation. Boh mat matters
ters matters were placed under study by
the executive board.

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By PETER UE II RSAX
FRANKFlRT (UPI) By
landslide vote, European sports
editors from both sides of the
Iron Curtain picked Australian
miler Herb Elliott yesterday as
the i ports man of 1958.
The lanky, 20-year old runner
became the overwhelming choice
because of a double feat a phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal 3:54.5 mile at Dublin's
Santry track on Aug. which he
followed up with a 3:38.0 record
for the 1,500 meters at Gothen Gothenburg,
burg, Gothenburg, Sweden,' Aug. 28.
In a United Press' International
poll reflecting Australia's emer
gence as a leading power in
world sports, America's continui continuity
ty continuity as 4 producer of great cham champions
pions champions and Russia's sudden de decline
cline decline in sports, Elliot finished
way ahead of Californian decath decathlon
lon decathlon champion Rafer Johnson and
Australian Swimmer Jon Konrade. j
No Russians In Top II
The Russians, whose Vladimir
Kuts won '" the title, in 1S57 and
1956, finished out of the top ten
this time.
Brazil's world champion soccer
team ws fourth. Then came the
best European, French Eyelist Ro Ro-ger
ger Ro-ger Riviere. He accounted for
something like a four minute minute-mile
mile minute-mile of biking by covering a
record -. shattering 47.346 kilome kilometers
ters kilometers 29.426 miles In one hour.
Lazlo Tabori of Austria was
sixth, followed by the top-ranked
woman and first Iron CurSain
athlete Romanian1 high jumper
Yolanda Bala's.
Jn the six years UPI has been
polling'' European experts on their
sportsTman of. the yew choice, it
was the wst ume a r-uiupmn
did not win the title;.
CoHtinut Tidtion
nut in Bickinfc i Elliott, editors
continued; the tradition of placing
the yeaFa besRmiooie aisiance
runner, on. top. Elliott succeeded
such greats, of I the jtrack as Kuts,
Sandor lha'ros. Roger Bannister
and EmiSUKatopek as- spor'sman
of th vear. 1
Johnson, who set a fabulous
world decathlon record of 8,302
points in the United States-Russia
track meet at Moscow Juiy ti n
totaled 5oo ooints including nine
first .nlp votes. For the second
year running, an American iouk
second place a year ago, pole
vaulter Bob Gutowski had placed
Johnson's total reflected strong
support from Iron 'Curtain experts
who considered him the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding member of the touring United
States track team. Hungarian
sports writers, for instance, ac-.
counted for three of Johnsons
first-iplace votes.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
BALBOA
Christmas is iust around the
corner and undoubtedly there are
some who hoDe "Old Santa"' will
brine then, their first shotgun, or
some husbands arj lucky enough
to have wives who will buy them
a new- shotgun.
Some husbands may evey buy
their wives a shotgun. Anyway,
the Balboa Traip and Skeet range
will be open from 10 a.m. to
p.m. tomorrow for any who care
to trv out a few o. our guns to
ksee what uvey woum nice tor
Christmas. ' i
It will also be open same time,
Dec. 27, for those who wish to try
out their new guns received on
Christmas. Experts will vtoe on
hand to give advice on ; how to
make you" new gun fit you so
you can hit what you are shooting
at.

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every tint'

Beer Party

Cerresa Balboa
Shetrone, cf
Roberta, lb .
Lopez, 2b .
Qonder, e .
Parrl; 3b .
Osorie, P., rf
Grenald, If .
Moore, as V, ,
Maranda, p .
Ab
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9
2
8
e
2
a
2
0
Totals
41
9 14 27 8
Marlboro
Napoleon.rf
Brathwaite, 2b
Nuftea . .
Houradau, sa
Altaian, If .
Prescott, 3b
Cpbos, e .
Bernard, ss-2b
Gabler, lb .
Mitchell, cf .
Hardison, p
Ferguson, p .
Hardaway ,
Llzondro, p .
Hardy
Totals
34 4 8 27 11
Hardawayr struck out for Fer
guson In 7th. : io(!
Nunez walked for Brathwaite
In 8th ...h
Hardy struck out for Llzonaro
in 9th.
, Score By Innings
Cer. Balboa 130120002 14
Marlboro 100 002 0014 8
SUMMARY Errors: Hardi
son, Gabler 2, Houraaau z. kuiu
batted in: Parrls, Altman, Ma Maranda.
randa. Maranda. Roberts 3, P; Osorio,
Moore. 2, Cpbos 2, Gabler. Two
base hits: Shetrone, Gpnaer,
Grepald, Gabler, Bernard. Three
base hits: Grenald. Home runs:
Altman, Roberts. Doubleplays:
Parris, Lopez, Roberts. Earned
runs: Cerveza Bai&oa 8, Marmo-
ro 4. Sacrifice hits: Moore, wua
pitch: Llzondro. struck out: by
Hardison 3; Ferguson 2. Maran Maranda
da Maranda 5. Base on balls: Off Hardi Hardison
son Hardison 2, Ferguson 3, Maranda 5.
Left on base: cerveza Balboa 11,
Marlboro 8. Pitchers record:
Hardison 7 runs, 10 hits in 4 in innings
nings innings (pitched to 3 batters- in
5th); Ferguson 0 runs, 1 hit in 3
innings. Winning pitcher: Ma Maranda
randa Maranda (2-0). Losing pitcher:
Hardison (1-1). Umpires: Hinds,
Matheny, Williams. Attendance:
1,926, Time of garnet 2:53.
Dunlop Prizes
To Be Awarded
Tomorrow PiA.
The men's awards recently -com
peted for in the 1958 Dunlop golf
tournament at the Panama boll
Club will be awarded Saturday,
Dec. 13 at 6 p.m. according to
an announcement by the club
tournament committee yesterday.
In the chamipionshio flight. Cap
tain Charles Kade defeated the
1957 champion, Gordon Dalton, to
beepme to the 1958 titleholder.
Gordie becomes the runner up.
Both will receive beautiful silver
awards from the Doel Agencies,
sponsors of the tournament.
In the men's second s 1 i h t,
Earle Fidanque defeated Joaquin
VallaTino to become the winner
for 1958. Both will also receive
silver awards from John MayleS,
manager of Doel Agencies, who
will represent Billy Doel, Presi
dent of Doel Agencies, S.A.
The women's championship was
won by Mrs. Louis Jones who
deviated Mrs. Mansfield in the
36-hole final round. Both bf the
ladies will be awarded silver a a-wards.
wards. a-wards. The medalist in the men's
championship flight was Jack Lai Lai-lv:
lv: Lai-lv: in the second flight,, Mike Ms-
riuro, and in the Is dies' flight,
Kay Purdy. Each of the medalists
will receive awards.
The men's trophies will be a a-warded'in
warded'in a-warded'in the "Mache'ero Bar"
at the irear of the club. The' la
dies awards will be made at a
date to. be announced later,
I03BE TANKERS VS. TIGERS
An exhibition, pre-season base base-hall
hall base-hall same between the Fort Kob-
be "Tankers" and the "Tigers"
will take place at the Fort Kob
be Little Leaeue Ball park Sat
urday at 2:30 p.m. The game will
follow tanis rwes ana competi
tive events planned by D Com'
pany, S4th Armor, on the occa
ion of Its 182nd Anniversary.
Coached by Specialist Five Al-
vin Rollins, Specialist Four John
K. Jones and Private First Class
Robert Mizell, the "Tankers,"
sponsored by D Company, 34th
Armor, carry with them the high
hopes of the entire company as
they go into their first serious
pre-season competition.
DOLAN DIIS
1'CIIICAGO'' (UPI) Alvin J.
(Cosy) Dolan, who played base base-bail
bail base-bail witb the New York Giants,
died Wednesday. Dolan was bar barred
red barred frWbaseball in 1924 for al allegedly
legedly allegedly attempting to bribe a Phi
ladelphia player, to throw a gamt

Walbps Marlboro 9-4;

Season's First Bargain

Bill Scheduled Today

, Pro League fans planned early suppers toddy so
as to be in their seats at the Olympic Stadium by
5:30, the starting time for the first ga'me. of the sea season's
son's season's first doubleheader. :'KfM ".
The Kings, with Dick Luebke (2-1) tslated to
open on the mound, play Cerveza .Balboaf. (iVinston
Brown 1-1) iathe lidlifter and Carta Vieja TJimlJm-,
bricht 1-2) tangles with Marlboro (Bob Mil6i2-0) in

the afterpiece.
Last night Cerveza Balboa
trounced Marlboro by a 9-4 score
to end a five-game losing streak.
Profiting from the smoicer loss
was Carta Vieja, who Is now m
first place by a hall game over
Marlboro.
neorees Maranda went the
route in hurling an eight-hitter
for his second win against no
losses'. The righthander struck
out seven and walked five.
Jim Hardison. the first oi
three Smoker hurlers, lasted on
ly four innings as he sunerea
his first setback to make his
record even.
Hardison gave up ten hits ana
spven runs Leonaroo Ferguson,
his successor, permitted one hit
and no runs m three irames oe oe-fnr
fnr oe-fnr heiner lifted for a pinchhit-
ter in the seventh. Jose Lizondro
allowed three hits ana two tal
lies. ;
Consecutive singles by Hec Hector
tor Hector Lopez, Jesse Gonder and
Clyde Parris gave the Beermen
a 1-tt lead in the first inning,
and the score was tied In the
bottom half of the initial
frame on Georee Altman's so solo
lo solo homer, his third.
Cerveza Balboa took a 4-1 lead
in the second and the Smokers
never caught un after that. Bar
ry Shetrone's double., followed by
Dave Roberts first roundtrio roundtrio-oer,
oer, roundtrio-oer, Reinaldo Grenald's triple
and Clarence Moore's infield out
nroduced the three markers.
An unearned run in the fourth
made the score 5-1 and the
count was 7-1 in the fifth when
two more tallies crossed the
Dlate.
m tne bottom or tne sixtn
Ferguson walked after Marafida,
had retired 13 batters in a row.
Altman's single, Bobby Prescott's
walk and Marcos Cobos' single
plated Ferguson ana Altman and
made the score 7-3.
in the top of the ninth Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza Balboa Increased their
margin to'9-3 as two more un unearned
earned unearned runs Came across and
back-to-back doubles by Mani Mani-to
to Mani-to Bernard and Bill Gabler in
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the lower half brought tar the
fourth Smoker run. ; i' -:
With two outs Maranda then

gave up a walk to Eddle Plapo-
leon and a single to Eugenia
Houradau to load the bases but
Altman was retired unassisted at
first to end the game.
Go In Braniff
Golf Semifinal
Medalist Jim Hinkle and Don
Hause tangle in thev top 'match
in the semi-final roun.d of the
1958 Braniff international Air Airways
ways Airways Golf Tournament, this
week-end at Summit Hills ,. Golf
Club. . .:.
Russ. Chaff man 'has glready
moved into the finals-with his
three and two victory ove Tom Tommy
my Tommy : Jacks. These two golfers
played thirty six holes last Sun Sunday
day Sunday to permit Chaffmitn to get
in the match. r V,
Chaff man'g service duties sent
him to the States Jor ten days,
play Jacks, The congenial Jacks
giving him only last Sunday to
refused to accept a, default,
played Chaffman, was beaten,
and lost a sure Braniff prize.
An Interesting match is on tap
in the fourth flight. Ted Jordan,
who eliminated one of the two,
,hottest teenage golfers now
oiaying on the Isthmus, .Robin
Morland. will tarjgle with, young
Morland's CHS schoolmate, Babe
Afarquard. These two youngsters,
on successive weekends, cou'd
prove to be the undoing of any
golfer.
A feature match, expected to
draw, a great deal of attention,
is the Cleo Burns'-Ethel Peran Peran-tie
tie Peran-tie match.
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W6fse each time out 10-1
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Seems immpossible
Looks like sure thing
Not against these
Has beaten better
5-1
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Weight may handicap
Enjoying top form
Not good enough
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Returns In good shape
'Rates fair chance
No. 1 contender
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Not off debut
Danger card
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Enjoying good form
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Could improve here
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By CONRADO SARGEANT
Only four newcomers vwIH
break into the picture this week weekend.
end. weekend. They are the Chilean thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds Zapaton, High Day
and Plucky and the native Du Dudoso.
doso. Dudoso. Zapaton, which la scheduled
to make his debut in tomorrow's
sixth race, Is owned by the Stud
Buena Fe and trained by Luis H.
Farrueia.
I .High pay, a reportedly classy
iive-year-ofd chestnut off offspring
spring offspring of High Born-Matty, is
owned by the Stud Yenesuela
and" trained by Toman Black Blackburn.
burn. Blackburn. High Day is entered for
Sunday's tenth race.
Plucky, a bay filly owned bv
Chusac and Poyser and trained
by George Poyser, is scheduled
to make her debut in Sunday's
eleventh rac$.
Dudoso. a two-year-old chest chestnut
nut chestnut colt by All Baba out of Yo Yo-Janda,
Janda, Yo-Janda, Is owned by the Stud 4:30
and trained by Juan A. Jimenez
III. He is entered for tomorrow's
fifth race.
oOo
Many changes were registered
at th? President. Remon race racetrack'
track' racetrack' offices this week. Lark,
Don Cirilo, Dr. Bill, Domitila
and Sahri will race without
blinkers while Cleron, Artigas,
Zapaton and Cprvecero will per perform
form perform with hoods.
Dr. BUI was acquired by the
Stud Los Angeles. Jose O. Men Men-doza
doza Men-doza Is his new trainer.
The Stud Los Siete's Llcencla Llcencla-do
do Llcencla-do has been turned over to Leon
L. Salnten for training. . .Stan .Stanley
ley .Stanley Cox is Rutilante's new train trainer.
er. trainer. The speedv filly was recent recently
ly recently bousiht by Jorge Haynes.
Camakas new owner Is Bus Buster
ter Buster Brown. Alfredo Smith Is m
charge of the training. .The
Stud 92's Tanganica. and Gua Guarare
rare Guarare have changed trainers for
the umnteenth time. This time
Tuan Pfia Blanco has been
P"t in charge of the animals.
The Stud Rio Grande this
week sent Cleron to a new train trainer.
er. trainer. Norman Kenny is the unim
pressive Peruvian-bred colt's new
handler.
Silver Girl Is now listed as the
wroerty of Ismael Sainten with
Leon L. Sainten still her trainer
. .The Stud Corzo's Introduc
tion and The Squire are Once
more being trained by James
Walnt.
Oo
Alfonso Carbonell, the veteran
Panamahian jockey who resides
m Lima, Peru, received a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous ovation last Sunday
after winning the last race on
the program at the San Felipe
track aboard Imper4oso s
Carbonell asr' sidelined for
several months after a serious
spill early this year in which he
had several broken ribs, a frac
tured collarbone and a badly
shattered leg. Doctors predicted
that Carbonell would never ride
in races again.
The winninpr mount, Imnerlo Imnerlo-so.
so. Imnerlo-so. Is a son of the British stallion
Etherion which was a successful
campaigner at the now defunct
Juan Franca racetrack.
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The Fernandex-Jurado Im Importing
porting Importing firm this week bought
two more British thorough thoroughbreds.
breds. thoroughbreds. They acquired the
three year old colt Smart
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Don Lucho,

Clash

In $650 Feature

, A field of eleven third series imported thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds are scheduled to dispute a $650 purse over six
furlongs tomorrow afternoon in the main event at
the President Remon racetrack. ; C V

Don Lucho, a fighting second to
the improved Guadalcanal his Inst
time out, Shapes up as the pios pios-pective
pective pios-pective mutuels favorite with Bu Bucalemito,
calemito, Bucalemito, an easy winner in his
previous start, the probable sec second
ond second choice.
Emily Mary, which holds a re recent
cent recent victory over Bucalemito, and
As You Like Her, which showed
improved form in last Monday's
Mother's Day Classic, shape up
as dangerous contenders also.
Distingo, English Wonder, Beha Behader,
der, Behader, Cervecero, Charicleia, Narco Narcotico
tico Narcotico and Abolengo round out the
list of entries. Of these, Chari
cleia won her last start while Be Behader
hader Behader and Cervecero were second
last weekend.
Leading jockey Braulio Baeza,
Don Lucho's favorite rider, will
be in the pilothouse this time. Jo Jose
se Jose Talavera rode Don Lucho in
his last start in which he lost by
three-quarters of a length to
Guadalcanal.
Hustling Guillermo Rivera will
do the booting on Bucalemito. He
also rode Bucalemito tq victory
in his previous trip to the post.
Amado Credidio will handle the
reins on Emily Mary while Ale Alejandro
jandro Alejandro Perez wiir guide As You
Like Her.
The secondary attraction is a
virtual match race in which Sie
te y Medio, unbeaten in two local
starts, will attempt to keep his
string going against the speedy
Homan. The latter cakewalked to
victory his last time out.
CFN Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
The Caribbean Forces Network
has announced the following
sports broadcasts for the week:
Radio
Sunday, Dec. 14 Profession Professional
al Professional Football: Cleveland Browns
vs New York Giants, 1:45 p.m.
TV
Friday, Dec. 12 Wrestling,
10 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 14 Professional
Football : 1955 c h a m plonshlp
game, 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 17 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night fights, 10 p.m.
' Thursday, Dec. 18 Fight 'of
the week, 10 p.m.
Catch and a yearling filly by
Zucchero out of High Trial.
This pair will leave the British
Isles en route to Panama tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. oOo
Best, Tatln and Don Danl
have been scratched from to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's card while King, El
Fakir and Paquetito will not par participate
ticipate participate on Sunday. Nedrey re replaces
places replaces Tatin In tomorrow's sev seventh
enth seventh race while Ben My Chree
takes Paouetito's place In the
Typographers Handicap on Sunday.

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Bucalemito

The Siete y Medio Homan clash
will be the tenth race-on the ele eleven
ven eleven race'programThey will con contest
test contest a $600 purse over seven fur
longs. Red Label and Chacotero
are also entered for this sprint.
Most of the other races on the
card are of the "hard-to-pick" va
riety and the moonshooters mav
go home happy for the second
straight weekend.
Pacora Drag Races
Highly Popular
The drae races held last Sun-
day at Pacora air strip proved to
be a huge success as was evi
denced by the large attendancp.
Over 50 .automobiles and 20 mn-
torcycles were counted at one
time. Inspections started shm-tlv
afterward, on the strio which was
arranged for ii ruDs.
the results of the event were
as follows:
Foreign Cars
(Ovr 1300 CC)
Driver, car and time.
Posey, Triumph TR'3, 18.6 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Covington, Austin Healey,
seconds.
Elia, Austin-Healey, 18.7
18.'
sec-
onas.
Negron, Triumph TR 3, 18.8 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Cannizerro, Triumph TR-3, 1!1.0
seconds.
Pierce, Triumph .TR 3, 19.7 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Holmes, Porsche, 20.0 seconds.
' Dare, MGA-BLlown, 20.0
iare, MUA-Staodard, 20.4
onds.
Kelly, MGA-Sta'ndard, 20.9
ond.
J. Keller, MGA-Standard,
second.
D. Keller, MGA-Standard,
seconds.
J. Velez, Triumph TR-3,
seconds.
Perez, Triumph TR-3, 22.6
onds.
sec-
21.0
21.7
22.6
sec-
( Under 1300 CC Class)
Brown, Volkswagen, 23.2,
sec-
onas.
Street, Volkswagen, 24.2 seconds.
Gary Latz, Austin A-35, 24.3
seconds.
Chas Latz, Austin A-35, 24.7 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. American Cars
Driver, car, time.
Brooks, 58 Pontiac, 17.9 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Preston, 55 Chevy V-8 (Modi (Modified),
fied), (Modified), 18.2 seconds.
Feller 58 Buick, 18.4 seconds.
O'Neal, 58 Ford, 18.6 seconds.
Williams, 55 Buick (Modified)
18.8 seconds.
Grayson, 56 Chevy V-8, 18.8
Rogers, 57 Chevy V-8, 18.9 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Smith, 55 Mercury, 19.5 seconds.
Laatz, 55 Chevy V-8, 22.4 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Bruin, 48 Buick, 22.6 seconds.
Summers, 53 Studebaker, 23.9
seconds.
Garner, 52 Ford V-8, 24.0 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Motorcyclat
Nellis, Trijmph, 15.0 sconds.
Wilson, B.S.A., 15.8 seconds.
Gibbs, Trijmph, 16.0 seconds.
Maloney, Triumph 650, 16,0 sec seconds.
onds. seconds.
G. Laatz, A. J. S., 16.6 seconds.
Bailey, B. S. A 16.8 seconds.
Davis, Harley Davidson "74,"
182 secorids.
Priest, A. J. S., 18.8 seconds.
Gable, Indian Scout, 19.3 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Thorn, Allstate, 21.9 seconds.
The Isthmian Sports Car club
furnished helmets for those desir desiring
ing desiring them, and members of that
club timed the runs.
The Isthmian Sports Car Club
Is having a gymkana next Sun Sunday
day Sunday at Pacora Air Strip, egin egin-ning
ning egin-ning at noon. Paul Elia. activities
chairman, has seveta! interesting
events planned for this gymkana,
and it should prove to be highly
successful.
PGA Meeting Set
For Monday P.M.
At Diablo Center
Jim Riley. President of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Assoria ion, announced
yesterday that a meeting will be
held of all PGA committee chair chairmen
men chairmen and members at 7;30 p.m.,
Monday evening, at the Diablo
Heights Service Center. The meet meeting
ing meeting will be held in the conference
room on the second floor of the
Service Cen e-.
Riley, in announcing the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, said that, discussion will be
on dates and places for certain
PGA tournaments, especially the
Isthmian Amateur for 1959, and
urgently rcUurested the at endance
of all members and committee
chairmen, as well as officers of
the PGA..
JOHNSON RELEASED
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPD-The
Milwaukee Braves have .given vet veteran
eran veteran relief pitcher Ernie Johnson
his unconditional release. Johnson,
who had a 36 23 record with Mil
waukee, had bpen assigned to the,
uraves' Lom- vine farm club Be Before
fore Before the winter dralt meeting.

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FACING IT SQUARELY Toronto goalie Harry Bower came up with a big save and a face
full of ice chips when Boston's Vie Stasiuk drove in for a closeup shot. Toronto's Harry
Cullen moved in too late for anything but sight-seeing.

Ycaza, Most
Jockey, Also
(Rprntd from Th
NEW YORK NEWS)
By WES GAFFER
Manuel Ycaza considers fate
something to be detied rather
than placated. The young Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian jockey, the most penaliz
ed rider competing on the na
tion s major tiaci-.s. in again mu mu-ing
ing mu-ing a broken collarbone, the sec
ond time in less than three
months that the shoulder has been
injured.
He came up with the fraeture
a short while after landing a con contract
tract contract to ride for the Cain Hoy
Stable of Capt. Harry F. Guggen Guggenheim.
heim. Guggenheim. The captain's fortunes are
on the rise with the coming of
age of the get of Turn To and
Dark Star and fearless Ycaza ap appears
pears appears to be a cinch to enjoy a
very profitable 1959.
HOWEVER, HIS chancas de
pend upon how long he remains
fearless. His fellpw jockeys and
the stewards of half a dozen race
tracks have done their best to
try to redue the fiery 21-year-old
to the general level of faint fainthearted
hearted fainthearted incompetence.
Ycaza had been penalized a
total of 55 days for infractions
real or imagined, starting with a
20-day vacation imposed by the
Hialeah stewards after the run running
ning running of the Flamingo. Many dis dispassionate
passionate dispassionate observers felt tha Wil
lie Hartack, who howled "foul"
at the end of the 100-grand race,
was as much to blame as the hot hot-tempered
tempered hot-tempered Latin rider.
BUT SUCH IS Manuel's repu reputation,
tation, reputation, jockeys of runnerup horses
claim foul for fun if they are
within 10 feet of him at some

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Penalized
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stage of the race. Most races
have their share of unintentional
roughness, usually ignored, that
looks bad when viewed at a show-
ingW the film patrol.
Ycaza, unfortunately, winds up
with bad revews most of the
time, such is his reputation.
That fact was never more evi
dent than during the showing of
the films that led to his last sus
pension 20 days for interference
and his decision to finish out
the year riding in California. It
was on the coast that he suilered
the fractured collarbone and con concussion
cussion concussion that .grounded him lor
what was left of the 1958 season.
HE WAS RIDING in the fir-t
race at Tanforan when his mount
ran up on the heels of a horse
ridden by an inexperienced hnv.
Ycaza was thrown to the track,
escaped even worse injuries w'in
the rest of the field avoided hit hitting
ting hitting him.
It was the same collarbone that
was damaged during a particu particularly
larly particularly rough race at Belmont
when. Manuel stubbornly continued
to drive through an infinitesimal
opening to get at the leader. He
ws in tight against the eventual
winner, hit reapeatedly by that
horse, but the stewards held the
other rider blameless and Manuel
lost another photo contest.
HIS 20 DAY suspension a'.so
was handed out at Belmont as the
result of 2-year-old race. All
the "tewards saw in the films
was Ycaza's mount crossing, over
and interfering with a horse rac racing
ing racing behind him. They were blind
to the tactics that forced Ycaza
to move inside and completely ig ignored
nored ignored the incompetent riding of
the apprentice rider who wound
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No. 22-06 Central Ave.

Junior Baseball

Final Tryouts
Set Tomorrow
Final tryouts for American
Legion Junior Baseball are
scheduled for 2:00 p.m. at the
Balboa Stadium. All boys at attending
tending attending Balboa High School
who were born September 1,
1941 or there after are eligible.
Following; the tryouts players
will be assigned to teams and
practice will begin next week.
Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO
1 Dona Flora
Valdina Je
2 Alucinado
3 Noticion
4 Monaco ()
5 Radical
4 Festival ()
7 Mondsir
8 Don Cirilo
? Don Lucho
10 Sit y Mdio
UFifito
Amah
Folletito
Dr. BiH (
Guirare
Mauricio
Vcrgniiux
Eros
Bucalomitc
Honrnr
Th Squirt
up as the winner of the heat,
But their myopia didn't temper
their judgment. They slapped ar
unusually severe penalty on th'
Panamanian, that cost him, ii
adddition to his normal ridin;
fees, many mounts in a series 6 '.
rich stakes races.'
If past performances hold Up
neither injuries nor stewards wil
stifle the gritty, hard ridin?
Ycaza. You can bet nobodj
hopes Manuel retains his for 11
more than the bettor, who know i
that Mamie1 can' stand losing...
TEAM TO ENGLAND
NEW YORK (UPD The Darf
mou h Rugby team will leave f 0
England Friday for a series 0
fouf matche-. including contest ;
Oxford and Cambridge. The tearr
will return home Jan. 3.
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Gas Motors for
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Model Airplane
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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SERVICES
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Resorts
Baldwin's furnished asartmil,,r
at Santa Blara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa J02
PHILLIPS Oceenside CeMifea
Santa Clara de 9. W"
nama J-1 877 Crittobal 1-1673.
Rooms
fOR RfNT: Furnished house house-kcepina
kcepina house-kcepina room, double touch, re re-trioeratot,
trioeratot, re-trioeratot, kotplaU,. private bath
and enhance. No. 1, 52nd. St.
Tel. 3-06J8.
Commercial Sites
fOR RINT: Office. 2 room
suite ith lavatory, excellent
commercial location. Phone 3-
6855.
Three Of Eighteen
Pa'nCanal Positions
On Atlantic Side
Only three of the positions
available with the Cana or organization
ganization organization are on the Atlantic
side of the isthmus, according
to the transfer-vacancy duu.
of the Personnel Bureau.
These positions are marine
machinist with the Industrial
Division; physical therapist with
the Health 3ureau; and retail
store supervisor with the Sales
and Service branch.
Five of the Pacific-side jobs
are with the Health Bureau.
They ire kennelman, occupa occupational
tional occupational theranist, staff nurse, bi bilingual
lingual bilingual stenographer, and den dental
tal dental attendant.
Other openings are chauffeur
with the Motor Transportation
Division; clerk-stenogr a p h e r
with the Office of the General
Counsel; clerk-typist with the
Electrical Division; dictating
machine transcriber with the
Engineering Division; substitute
distribution clerk wito the
Postal Division; guard with the
Locks Division; office helper
with the Office of the Comp Comptroller;
troller; Comptroller; wireman with the Locks
Division; upholsterer with the
Maintenance .Division: and
electronics mechanic with the
Electrical Division.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama (1552
ATLAS
Refrigeration Equipment
Compressors Etc.
AGENCIAS
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Phone 2-3492
Opposite Old Balboa Brer ery
(Next to Emrlish Wharf)
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' residential section. 50 Street
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one email bedroom, living room,
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Russians Reported Softening
Toward Nuclear Test Demands

GENEVA, Switerland
(UP1) Authorities sources said I
here yesterday Russia was soften softening
ing softening its opposition to the U.S. de demand
mand demand that nuclear explosions for
peaceful purooses be exempt from
anv future test ban.
Easing of the Soviet stand was
reported by sources at the three three-power
power three-power nuclear conference which
completed its sixth week of test
ban talks yesterday with a harri harri-bargaining
bargaining harri-bargaining session lasting 2'4
hours.
But another Geneva East West
meeting, the deadlocked confer-
ence on surprise attacks, heard
the sharpest and most intemper intemperate
ate intemperate Soviet outburst agaiist the
West since that 10-nation gather gathering
ing gathering not underway Nov. 10.
Soviet First Deputy Foreign
Minister W. W. Kusnetsov, in an
old-style cold r blast accused
the West of "Trojan horse" tac tactics
tics tactics that wo'inl increase the dan
ger of suipiise attacks. H a!
ledged to fen ft out the location of
Soviet missi'e sites.

WANTED
STEEL SHELVING
Send Offer Prices and Sizes
P. O. BOX 1411, PANAMA

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

INTERNAL DB PUBLICACIONES-No, 3 Litter, Ploz. CASA ZALDO-Centa.1 Ave. LOURDEB 'HABMACl-wi ""SVE
BABDO No. 26 "B" Street lr!UBR180N4th of July Ave. J St. LEWIS S EBVICE-Ave. TlwU J.; 4 "MlJVSJ.S-f 1
. rABMACIA LUX-164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fro. d. la VtZJKiClAkfVU PORrS 111 NOVEDADM
KARM AC 1 A VAN DhR-JIS 50 Street No, S3 FARMACIA EL BATUBBO Pargne Lefevre T Sfreet VABMACIA "A via ru JtKAS ill NUVEVAUM
A THIS Beside the Bella Vtate Theatre COLON OFFICE: 15th Street ssd Amador Guerrero No. 14221.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: Austin-Healy Sprite
Roadster, 1958. Telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4198, 4 to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 57 Pontiac station
wagon V-8, air conditioned, ra radio,
dio, radio, power (tearing and brakes,
many extras, Panama 2-1538,
Peterson.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Brookwood 4 door, 9 passenger,
with turboglide, power steering,
power brakes, radio, V8, padded
instrument panel, plastic teat
covers, undercoating, electric
windshield wipers, window clean cleaner,
er, cleaner, oil filter, tinted glass. Blue Blue-book
book Blue-book value $2830, asking price
$2780. 1931 Model "A", duty
paid 1930 Model "A". Balboa
2-3347. House 719-B, Prado.
FOR SALE: 1958 Opel $1575,
3800 miles. Coco Solo 36-355.
TOR SALE: 1955 Buiek Super
Riviera, power steering, dyna dyna-flow,
flow, dyna-flow, radio, wsw, etc. One own own-ner.
ner. own-ner. less than 25.000 miles,
must see to appreciate. Duty
paid. Household Exchange, 41
Auto Row, phone 3-4911, 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348. FOR SALE: Mercury Montclair
1955, eicellent tires, radio, good
condition, call 83-3289, Curun Curun-du.
du. Curun-du. Priesl Will Give
Nobel Prize Money
For Refugee Camps
OSLO, Dec. 12 (UPD The
Rev. Georges pire, who won the
1958 Nobel Prize for peace, said
yesterday the award would spur
him on to further and expanded
work among Europe's refugees.
The Dominican monk made
the statement, in the traditional
Nobel speech, which is the only
obligation expected from win winners
ners winners of the prize. The speech
usually is delivered on the day
followine the awarding of the
nrize dlDloma and medal.
The Roman Catholic priest
said the prize would signify "a
renewal for the better of all that
has happened since 10 years
ago."
Father Pir? received his diplo diploma
ma diploma and medal in recognition for
the refueee resettlement work
he has done in Europe over the
past decade. He donated the
$41,25(1 prie money toward con
structlon of two refugee camps.
Nuclear oonltrences sources
said the Rnxsiaps, who prevmnslv
had insisted tha a nuclear test
ban allow n exceptions, had mv
at least let the door open for
compromise.
Conference sources said the So Soviets
viets Soviets thus far had not commited
themselves on the issue formally
in the treaty negotiations.
But they were understood to he
coming around slowly to the T'.S
and British-backed idea that tests
that were limited strictly tr.
I peaceful purposes should not
be
barred
Conference quarters pointed out
that the phrasing of the first East East-West
West East-West accord reached here over
the week end. on article one of a
i-4 1 I...... I I 1 l. l
I ic.-u nan ueaiy, nan already pavea
me way tor potential exemptions.
Prior to the current Geneva
conference, the West let It be Un Understood
derstood Understood that it wanted any East East-West
West East-West tesl ban agreement to per
mit within certain limits testing
for purely peaceful uses and
needs.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Blond walnut table
and 8 chain. Dark mahogany
table and 6 chairs. Lane cedar
chest. Occasional tables. Universal
blender, needs, bearings. Radio,
recordette, record player. Metal
quartermaster chest, table and
buffet. Painted book shelves.
Mahogany lumber, various siies.
Phone Balboa 3630. House
76 1 -B Barnaby Street.
FOR SALE; Bargain, Singer
sewing machine, 5 drawers, per perfect
fect perfect condition $50.00. Phong
3-6290.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALE: Diningroom set,
Chinese closet, side board, table,
chairs, in good condition. Apply
No. 10, 94th Street, San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco de la Caleta. Tel. 3-2196.
FOR SALE: Day bed (living
room sofa without arms) white
and cold tweed, $25.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 3537.
FOR SALE: DininK room table,
mahogany with 6 chain, all hand
made. Phone 3-5721. Rlcardo
Arias street No. 18, apartment
6.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
, FOR SALE: Hi Fi record player
cabinet, one year old; 12'i ft.
Frigidaire Imperial, separate
freexer, 3 year plus guarantee;
louvers for dfuplex and cottage;
electric fat', Xmas decorations,
books, games; foam crib mat mattress;
tress; mattress; mahogany sideboard; 26"
. boys bike and household items.
171-B Gamboa, Tel. 6-336.
FOR SALE; Living room set; 1
settee, 2 chairs. 21" TV 1510-A
Calabash St. Gavilan Area, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Two gas stoves,
$23.00 and $60.00. 12th street
Rio Abajo, house 26, one flight
jJ
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALE: Bamboo and maho mahogany
gany mahogany table, 4 chairs, ladies -fall
clothing, African violets. Balboa
2-3619.
FOR SALE: 4 pt. Rattan living living-room
room living-room set, quartermaster bed
with gnd without mattresses, Ca Carnal
rnal Carnal Saddle Ottoman, 3 pt. Sam Sam-sonite
sonite Sam-sonite L u g g a g e, overstuffed
chairs, baby high chairs, large air
compressor with motor. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3782.
Latin Am. Schools
To Have Christmas
Programs Next Week
Christmas carol singing, pag
eants and musical programs are
scheduled for next week in the
Canal Zone Latin American ele
mentary schools on both sides
of the isthmus.
The programs will start Tues
day in the Pedro Miguel School
where a musical program call
ed "Christmas is Here" will be
presented at 5 p.m. on the
school lawn. The entire student
body will participate.
On Wednesday the primary
grades in the Rainbow City ele
mentary scrool will give a
Christmas music program at
1:30 p.m. in the Rainbow City
gymnasium. Members of each
class from the primary grades
will sing accomp a n i e d by
rhythm instruments.
The students of the Paralso
elementary and Junior High
School have made plans to
present two programs Thursday
one at 10 a.m. and another
at 1:30 p.m. Both will be held
in the Paralso gymnasium. On
the program are a pageant
"Christmas Here and There,"
carols, songs by the glee clubs
and dramatizatipns by students
from all grades.
"Christmas in Many Lands"
Is the theme of the pageant to
be presented Friday bv the stu
dents in the Santa Cruz School.
Carols will, be sung bv the in
termediate grades' glee club and
the junior high glee club. The
program will be given at in a.m.
and at 1:30 p.m. In the Santa
Cruz gymnasium.
The intermediate grade stu
dents of Rainbow City Elemen
tary school will present a Dro-
gram 6f Christmas songs Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Dec. 22, at 1:30 p.m. in the
Rainbow City gymnasium. At
this time each class will sing
a song and the glee cIud will
present a group of songs.
Parents and friends are In Invited
vited Invited to attend all programs.
1 UTTLg LelXi
It's much better to sit fight
than to try to drive in thot condition.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE : Accordion 120 base
good condition, $75.00, F. L.
Corn. Phone 83-2125. 510-B,
Curundti Hts.
FOR SALE: New hot wate heat heater,
er, heater, still in crate, glass lined bot bottled
tled bottled gasa $90.00. Mr, Sweeney,
phone 3-7344.
FOR SALE: Thoroughbred stal stallion
lion stallion "Tony" at stables near Old
Panama. Telephone 4-1015.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse
regrigerator, new 60 cycle motor,
$115.00. Call Balboa 3425 or
see at house 5426-A, Diablo
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 room tat: 1
settee, 2 arm chairs, 1 coffee
table. Phone 2-3776, house
2247 Carr Street.
FOR SALE: Baldwin Acrosonie
piano. Light wood. Beautiful tone
and excellent condition, almost
new. $750. Tel. Gamboa 754.
House 116-B Jadwin Ave.
FOR SALE: Weaver Spinet pia piano,
no, piano, excellent condition $350.00,
2620-B, Nicobar Ave., Cocoli.
After 4 p.m.
FOR SALE
Household furnishings and af affects
fects affects of the late Harry T. Hart
including all types of furniture,
tablet, dressers, chiffoniers,
chairs, wooden liquor cabinet,
Chinese rugs, porch shades, sofa,
clocks, electric telechron, marine
and 400-day wglass dome,
linens, China, glassware, kit kitchen
chen kitchen tableware, kitchen utensils,
binoculars, ash trays, desk, elec electric
tric electric hot pad, electric iron, soap soap-stone
stone soap-stone plaques, table model radio,
lamps, bamboo shelves, Chinese
table, Frigidaire, 12 eu. ft., 60
cycle, dinette wfeur chairs,
poker set, pistol, automatic, Colt,
25 caliber, etc; etc.
Such items are located in the
quarters of the decedent, 0273 0273-B,
B, 0273-B, Gamboa, Canal Zone, and may
be viewed from nine to twelve
noon, Saturday, December 13,
1958 and nine to twelve noon,
Saturday December 20, 1958,
Written bids may be submitted
either at the place of sale or by
mail to the administrator:
Robert A. Engelke,
C O W. Sheridan, Jr.,
Balboa Heights, C. Z
On or before December 23, 1958.
Dated at Ancon, Canal Zone
December 8, 1 9 5 8.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
Philco television, very cheap.
Phone 2-1140.
FOR SALE: Genuine German
canaries, quaranteed singers.
Acuario Tropical, Pet Shop, 49
Via Esparia. Tel. 3-541 1.
Take 3 bateas for the price of 2
you pick your price. Artes do Las
Americas, Automobile Row.
FOR SALE: Sacrificing furni furniture,
ture, furniture, lamps, kitchen utensils etc.
Leaving this week. Tel. Balboa
3275.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALE: Modern piano,
Baldwin Acrosonis, light color,
like new. $500. Enquire at Fe Fe-derieo
derieo Fe-derieo Boyrl Avenue D4-22.
Phone 3-33rr.
Record Cutting machine for tale
plus supply of record blanks.
Brand new equipment. Going
cheap. Telephone: K. ones, Pa Panama
nama Panama 2-1541.
FOR SALE: One boys bicycle 24
inch, 2248, Las Cruces, St. Bel Bel-boa,
boa, Bel-boa, Tel. 2-M70.
Sealed bids will be received at the
Navy Exchange Office, Bldg. No.
24 U. S. Naval Statin, Rodman,
C.Z. until 10:00 a.m. on 19
December 1958 (time of bid
opening) for purchase and re removal
moval removal of: cash resistors, type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, adding machines, calcu calculator
lator calculator and stamp machine.
FOR SALE: -For immediate sale.
1955 Ford Victoria 2 door hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, $1100. Wringer tvpe waah waah-ine
ine waah-ine machine, new motor, $50.00.
Aluminun garden furniture. Ruga.
Cornices. Miscellaneous house
and garden equipment. 0205
Herriclt Road, Ancon.
FOR SALE: Girls bicycles 26"
1 American, $10.00, 1 English
$30.00. Phone Balboa r684.
FOR SALE: Hollywood style
double bed. Phone Gamboa J 19,
Hpuse 167-A, Gamboa,
The
Judge's Bench

Rlcardo Enrique DetFreltai,
38, Panamanian was fined $5 by
Judge John E. Deming at Balboa
Magistrate's Court today for
driving a truck on. Thatcher
Highway without c 1 e a ranee
lamps or reflectors.
VERNITA Dec. 12
EARLY BRIDGE P-l

LIBREBIA MtECIADOT Street He. IS 0 AGENCIAS

Real Estate
FOR SALE Lota 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nueve Hipedrome
Urbanisation, across Hie Remee
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts, sewage,, water main anal
electricity.. Call W. McBantatt.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
Two very comfortable country
hornet, including anexet, ideal
for dry saason, week ends er retir retired
ed retired persons, en Gorgona beach,
the bast and nearest from Pana Panama
ma Panama City, 50 mile from the fer ferry.
ry. ferry. $7,000 for both. See them
, and make an offer: Telephone,
Balboa 1578 er Panama 3-6376.
FOR SALE: 1092 M2 lot at
LAS CUMBRES, Avanida Lot
Caoboe 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 oil.
FOR SALE: Beautiful property
en upper reaches Pacora River 8
miles from Goofy Lake (Cerro
Ami), on projected road to San
Bias: 108 hectares titled land
aitd 60 hectares without, title.
About 40 hts pasture! and 40
cleared: partly fenced; house for
foreman, lumber and concrete
floor; river with clear water, sev several
eral several brooks, ideal climate. Nina
head of cattle average 3 years,
free from ticka and tersalo.
Price: $5,500 including cattle,
$5,000 without cattle. Apply El
Agricultor, phone 2-1912.
FOR SALE: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished cottage 200 yardt from Gor Gorgona
gona Gorgona beach, swim, fish, enjoy
life. Wonderful Xmas present
for the family. Phone Balboa
4474.

Little Rock Featured On CFN Show;
Tape May Be 'Monitored' Nationally

Little Rock and the state of Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas will be spotlighted on
CFN's "Home Town, U.S.A." pro program
gram program to be broadcast' on the net:,
work'g radio and TV facilities net
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. It is ex expected
pected expected that this will be one of the
biggest shows in the series of 14
programs honoring cities and state
back home. Dozens of Arkansans
already have asked to be on the
show.
Following the broadcast another
"first" will be chalked up far the
series, when all th show's parti
cipants and many otner natives
of Little Rock and Arkansas will
DarticiDate in a special Chritmasi
party at the rort KODDe service
Club, which will ne tapeo ana ior ior-wairded
wairded ior-wairded for possible use on Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Eve on. the National Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting Company's "Monitor" ra radio
dio radio program
Th Little Rock Chamber of
Commerce has already furnished
special films and material for next
Wednesdays saiute to us cny anu
the state of Arkansas, ana uov.
Orville Faubus already has writ
ten his congratulations on tne pro program!
gram! program! and the party to follow, to
be hosted by tne ciud s aireciui,
Mrs. Dorns Caldwell.
Mrt. Caldwell says this should
be one of the club's biggest events
of the ye.ai including the Inter International
national International Jazz Festival last sum summer
mer summer that drew nearly 2,000 per persons
sons persons before the last note was
sounded.-
Arkansans who wish to appear on
the program should immediately
call CFN at 87-5108 to book their
appearance on the program, be because
cause because only a limited number of
persons can be interviewed during
th half-hour hroadeast. and it is
expected the demand will be hea
vy. The enure snow, as usuai, wiu
Early Bridge Work
Will Not (lose
Thatcher Highway
Rumors that the earth -moving o o-perations
perations o-perations in preparation for the
approaches to the new bridge o o-ver
ver o-ver the Panama Canal will close
Thatcher Highway were found to
be groundless today.
Pan Canal sources said that
the first job which will be under undertaken
taken undertaken by the firm which is awar-

ed ,the contract, for mat seen w.
the earth moving, will be to con construct
struct construct a detour road.
Parts of Thatcher Highway
come directly in line with the
planned approaches of the bridge
but at no time will the highway
be closed until the detour is rea ready.
dy. ready. The detour road will have a
permanent tairmacadam surface.
Rumors that the highway would
be closed seem to stem from the
fact that ,the Thatcher Ferry It Itself
self Itself will be closed for a period

during the coming dry season

annual repairs. .' :
Most years, the repair's can be
carried out at night without stop stop-nine
nine stop-nine the ferry but this year there

is more work than usual to be
done and it is believed the ferry

mav be out of action for a
The dates of the closure
be announced later.

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 1
. DRAWER "A", DIABLO -BOX
1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
- PHONE BALBOA 1709

Domestic Employment
WANTED s Experienced cook.
Recommendations needed. Phong
3-3136.
HUOSEWIYES! Call 1-2219 at
inquire at No. I3A26 7th Cen Central;
tral; Central; Panama and you will ba rare
to get a goad maid for your
home.
Maid wanted by couple with
small Thild, to sleep In. Call
Phone 3-1 60V y-''
WANTED
WANlfe: Competent hair sty stylist,
list, stylist, male er female. Apply Nine
Beauty Shop, Via Espana Ne.
1 1 7. Opposite Panama Hilton
Hotel.
WANTED: To buy Cocker
Spaniel puppy one month er two
old. Call 3-0898. .
Wanted by mature couple modfern
furnished apartment, air condi conditioned
tioned conditioned for December and January.
Phone 2-2123. r
WANTED: Band taw and tend tender.
er. tender. Phone Panama 2-6895, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama.
Wonted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: One twelve
gauge shotgun; one large calib caliber
er caliber pistol; one .22 caliber pistol.
Prefer used, call Balboa 2-1312.
RELIEVED OF DUTfES
VIENNA, (UPI) The provincial
omrminist government of Sovak Sovak-ia
ia Sovak-ia has relieved Ernest Sykora of
his duties as education minister,
Radio Prague "said today. Sykora
has held the post since 1953.
be filmed as it is televised and
flown back for possible showing
on TV stations in Little Rock and
around the state of Arkansas.
The request for tape recordings
of special -Chritmas activities in
the Canal Zone for use on NBC's.
ed only a Jew days -ago, so due
to the deadline given for receipt
of the tapes in JNew York, Little
Rock and the state of Arkansas
will be the only "Home Town. U.
t.A. program to oe ottered. tne
coast-to-coast broadcast. A special
Christmas choir will provide back
ground music for the Fort Kobbe
party.
Little Rock is the largest city
in the state and has a population
of more than. 88.000. Irs on the
south bank of the Arkansas River
and within the airea are manufac
tured such items as cottonseed oil,:
lumber products, furniture and
many other commodities.
Arkansas was the 25th state ad
mitted to the union "and is known
as the Bear State. The state flow
er is the apple blossom' and its
motto is "The People Rule. Its
chief 'cities are Little Rock, Hot
Springs and Fort Smith. Its citi
zens are known as some of the
most stubborn people in the world
as they, themselves, will readily
admit.
Military participants on the
"Home Town, U.S.A." program
honoring Little Rock and Arkan
sas are requested to wear Class
A" uniform, with tie, when they

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service Arrives
Cristobal
TELEPHONES:
MULUA" Dec. IS
"YAQUE" j. ....Dec. 20
"SIXAOLA" Dec. 27
"tLUA" ....Jan. 3
"YAQUE" k A Jan. 10
"SIXAOLA" . .Jan. 17
. Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service ; Arrives
. Cristobal
"COMAYAGUA" ....'... ...Dec. IS
"FRA BERLANGA" ..Dee. It
"METAPAN" .... De. 28
"SAN JOSE" Jn. 5
"PARISMINA" Jan. 12
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A; FEDDER SERVICE
"RYFJORD" ...Every (15) Day
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
i and' Seattle, h v
SPECIAL ROUND TRD? PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return 1248.0
To Los Anrelet and San Francisco and (
Returning from Los Angeles ......... I270.M
To Seattle and. Return .................. 1365.00

for.
few
CRISTOBAL 2121
will

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We repair In your heme
:we Wt fKotend to guarantee
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PHONE THE EXPERTS;
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Protect your borne and proper
ty against Inuct da mac.
Prompt scientific treatment ea
emergency or monthly budget
basis, Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 er Colon 1777.
CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
all work guaranteed. Call NAT NAT-ERS
ERS NAT-ERS 103. Colon. $057. 7th St.
Today's Opening
STOCK 'PRICES
NEW YORK, beeb 12 fUPH
Stocks opened irregular and mod
erateiy active In the final cession
of the week today.
ACF Ind tlVkl
Advocate Asbestos 2.95b
Aluminum Ltd. 3214
Amer Cyanamid 53Vi
Amer Motors 354
Am Tel and Tel 200V4
Anaconda Cooper 59
Arkansas Fuel .' 38vi
Atlantic RefinifTtf a&a,
AVCO Mfg. 12
BetWehem Steel 49.V4
Bicroft Uranium 89b
British Pet ( 7 "7-19 ;
Burroughs 3714 I
Canadian Eagle 7b i.
Celanese 1914
Cerro de Pasco, 454 1
Chance Vought 48Va
Chicago Gt West 43b
Chrysler 1914 1
Cities Service 62
Coastal Caribe 114 B
reoie Fet
Crown Corp and Seal
Cuba Venezuela Oil
DuPont
El Paso Nat Gag
Eversharp
Fairchild Eng
Fargo Otf
Felmont Pet
Gen Dynamics
NGen Elec
Gen. Motors .'
Gen Plywood Plywood-Getty
Getty Plywood-Getty OH
Gulf Oil
Haractf Steel
Hayden Newport
Howe Sound 7
201b
38
23b
10b
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7
64
71
47
21
26 Vi
122 Vt
38b
13
13
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59
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33
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32
42
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2
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41
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72
49
31b
21
39
60
47
24
57
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1790b
31
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62
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Int. TeV irfsjl
Lorillardte -'fA ;
Martin C;fC$
New Eng f: n4T
Northrup y
Olin MatMeson
Pancoastal
Pan Israel
Pantepec OH
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch Shell
San Jacinto
Shell T and T
Signal Oil and Gas, A
Sinclair Oil
Socony Mobile
Sperry Rand -Stan
Oil N.J.
Sterling Precision
Superior Oil
Tetfas Gulf Prod
Underwood
United Aircraft
Unit Cinso Oil
US Rubber
US Steel
Westinghouse
Wheeling Steel
44
81
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69
50
appear on the show. Families art
cordially welcom on the progran
particularly the, children. This i;
a program for everybody in the
Canal Zone and all are welcome
to take part in it.
PANAMA 2-2904

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Douglas Hails Johnson's Call For Congress
To Take Searching Look At Nation's Economy

WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UPI)
Sen Paul H. Douglas (D-Ill.),
said today a proposed congress congressional
ional congressional investigation of inflation
should 'be broadened to include
the problem of unemployment.
Douglas made the suggestion
in hailing Senate Democratic
leader Lyndon B. Johnson's call
in San Angelo, Tex., last night
for the new Congress to take a
searching look at inflation.
Johnson (D-Tex.) indicated
the studv should be conducted
br the Joint Economic Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, now headed by Rep.
Wright Patman (D-Tex.)
Douglas said he did not know
whether he would be chosen to
head the committee in the new
Congress, but other Senators
indicated he was the probable
selection under arrangemnets
whereby the chairmanship re revolves
volves revolves between the House and
Senate.
Douglas said Congress should
consider unemployment and how
to reduce it as well as how to
prevent inflation."
An economic i n v e stlgation
with Johnson's influential sup support
port support probably would become the
Democratic Party's major busi business
ness business inquiry of the new session.
The Senate Finance Commit Committee
tee Committee last session began' a study of
Government credit and moneta monetary
ry monetary policies. Boomed as a sweep sweeping
ing sweeping investigation at Its outset,
the study faded to become an
attention-getter.

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Johnson said an Investiga Investigation
tion Investigation conducted more than 20
years ago by the temporary
National Economic Committee,
headed by Sen. Joseph C. O

Mahoney (D-Wyo.), was the
most searching economic study
in history.
"It seems to me that we need
to take the same kind of search searching
ing searching look once again," he said.
"The situation with which we are
confronted has no precedent. We
are going to have to bring to together
gether together our best minds to find
solutions."
Inthe wake of the Nov. 4 dem democratic
ocratic democratic election victory, Johnson
outlined a general 12-polnt leg legislative
islative legislative prftgram for the 86th
Congress.
The only economic goals list listed
ed listed Involved problems of distress distressed
ed distressed areas and action to control
high interest rates.
Johnson made no direct ref reference
erence reference last night to the liberal
legislative program outlined
last week by the Democratic
National Committee's Advisory
Council.
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the new Congress will be "in "intensely
tensely "intensely partisan" and added that
"under no circumstance would I
presume to draw a blueprint of
the next Congress or to plot its
course."
The Senator emphasized that
Inflation requires attention from
all levels of Government and

from an the people.
Johnson said the inflation of

Khrushchev Said
Deadly Serious
On Berlins Future
MOJSCOW, Dec. U (VTl The Soviet Union's warning to
the West against trying to shoot its war into West Berlin was
issued to show the deadly seriousness of Premier Nikita Khrush

chev's proposals on the 'future of Berlin, diplomatic observers
said tod".
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Kussia, in an autnonzea declaration oy me omciai iass
news agency, said last night any attempt to force a war into

Berlin could lead to war "with all its disastrous consciences."

It said an attack on East Germany would be considered an at attack
tack attack on the Warsaw pact nations led by Russia.
In Washington, the State Department said the United States
would not be deterred by Soviet threats from defending its
rights in Berlin.
Khrushchev, in an interview with the newspaper "Sued "Sued-deutsche
deutsche "Sued-deutsche Zeitung" of Munich, repeated the warning today and
said the West could have only one motive In maintaining mili military
tary military forces In West Berlin "to prepare a hot war."

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Diplomatic observers noted the gently to make the Paris trip

without endangering his health.

American officials said the
four, western powers were firmly
agreed on the necessity to reject
in blunt terms Russia's Nov. 27
demand that the Big Three pull

tneir troop,, out of west Berlin
and agree to establishment there
of a "demilitarized free city."
However, they have yet to a a-gree
gree a-gree on what kind of counter counterproposal
proposal counterproposal to send Moscow in an
effort to sidetrack Khrushchev's
Berlin campaign and get him to
discuss anew the broad problems
of. German reunification and
European security.

the past year does not fit econ

omists' classic pattern because
prices continued to rise in a pe period
riod period of unemployment and par-

uauy cut oacK production.
He said "we have no clear cut
idea" of what causes inflation,
or how to prevent It.

Russian warning came on the

eve of the NATO foreign minis ministers
ters ministers conference in Paris where
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles meets the foreign minis ministers
ters ministers of France, Britain and West
Germany this weekend.
The statement reiterated the
Soviet Union's determination to

carry out its plan to turn Berlin
over to the East German Com Communists.
munists. Communists. It indicated that Soviet
leaders are disappointed that

their proposals have failed to

bring a formal Western reply.

In Washington, President
Eisenhower and Dulles plan planned
ned planned today to put the finish finishing
ing finishing touches on a U.S. proposal
for Allied strategy to keep
Berlin out of Communist
hands.
The President's meeting with
Dulles was to take place a few
hours before the secretary leaves
by air for Paris,
. The 70-year-old secretary
spent the past week In Walter

Reed Army hospital for treat treatment
ment treatment of an inflamed colon. His
doctors said he recovered suffi-

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Kubitschek Sees Unity- Of 'Thought
Impelling Americas To Ban '""Poverty I

WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UPI)

President Juscelino Kubitschek of

Brazil told the '.Committee of 21"
today that a "deep-rooted unity
of thought" is impelling the Am American
erican American .Republics toward stamping

out the bane of poverty.

But he siid "while the fester festering
ing festering sort of underdevelopment
persists, America cannot be
political unit discharging to
the full the role she is fated to
play in the community of na nations."
tions." nations." Kubitschek addressed the final

session of the committee wnicn
has been meeting here more than

three weeks to consider tne eco

nomic problems of the Americas.

The conference grew out oi a
proposal by the Brazilian Presi President
dent President for a broad attack on un underdevelopment
derdevelopment underdevelopment known as opera operation
tion operation Pan' America.

Meanwhile East Germany's
official newspaper attacked
West Berlin Mayor Willy
Brandt as a "Quisling" today
Jn a veiled threat of personal
vengeance should the outspo outspoken
ken outspoken Free Berlin leader ever fall
Into Communist hands.
The party organ Neues
Deutschland taunted Brandt.

with the claim that "Eisenhower
and Dulles" would bp unable or

unwilling to protect him.

Florida U. Dean
Coming Tomorrow
To Visit Students
Dr. J. Paiil Reynolds, dean of
the College of Arts and Sciences,
Florida State University, will ar arrive
rive arrive tomorrow to visit .the' .FSU
program in this area and coun counsel
sel counsel students enrolled in the pro program.
gram. program. Dean Reynolds will be avail available
able available for counseling students or

prospective students Monday and

Tuesday, 'Dec. is ana id., inose
who wish to arr'ange interviews
should call the FSU director at
87-7137.

On Tuesday evening, Dec. 16,
Dr. Reynolds will speak at Jad Jad-win
win Jad-win Hall, Fort Clayton, to stu students
dents students enrolled in the local
courses. Wives of students, a a-lumni,
lumni, a-lumni, former pupils and other
interested personnel are invited
to attend this. convocation, which
is scheduled for 8:30 o'clock.

Kubitschek, poraUin? the- group- griMiiecheduWtW :ABril2
for starting Operation Pan Am-. Schmidt safd: 'J ."

f also wish to express

38th Balboa High
Christmas Program
Set For Thursday
The 38th annual Balboa High
School Christmas program will
be presented Thursday night,
Dec. 18 at 8:00 p.m., at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Theater under the direction
of Victor A. Herr.
. This year's concert will feature
a mixed chorus of nearly 300
voices, the largest chorus In the
eight years that Herr has con conducted
ducted conducted the Christmas musical.
On addition several student so soloists
loists soloists will appear: Sally Randel,
harp; Kathy Cox, flute: Naomi
Litvin and Malcolm Wheeler,
clarinets; Vena Bennett, joallne
Clare, Phyllis Snee. Ella Carter
and Millie Dejernette, sopranos;
Frank Bright, tenor; and Sam
Rodriguez. Randy Gangle, and
Herman Wilkinson, baritones.
Selections on the program will
be extremely varied. Including
Greek, French, Spanish and
English carols along with more
serious works by R. Vaughn Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, Bizet, Host and Bach. Un Unusual
usual Unusual accompaniments will serve
to enhance most of the selec selections.
tions. selections. Admission to thls concert is
free but tickets must be obtain obtained
ed obtained In advance. Adults only will
be admitted and may procure
their tickets at the Balboa High
School office between 7:15 a.m.
and 4:15 p.m. Monday through
Friday. Tickets will be honored
at the door up until 7:55 p.m. at
which time non-ticket holdings
adults will be admitted. There
will be no reserved seats.

Both AFCE Lodges
Meet Next Week
The Atlantic side branch of
Lodge 14, AFGE will hold its
monthly meeting next Monday
night at Margarita Service cen center
ter center commencing at 7:30 'p.m.
The Pacific side branch of
the lodge will meet at Balboa
Service Center next Wednesday
at 7:30 p.m. One .of the main
items on the program will be
installation of new officers.

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erica "on the road to success." de

clared: m
'Operation Pan. America owes
much to you. You have made the
seeds sprout. I believe and hope
that the continuation of our labors
will result in the strenghtening
of this hemisphere, demonstratine

irrefutably, that Pan American

idealism is not a merrv wordv

structure but that it builds activ

ely and positively.
Kubitt chtk's statement 1 was:
reed by the chief of the Brazil Brazilian
ian Brazilian delegation, Frederics Augut
to Schmidt, known as one of the
principal architects, of the Brail Brail-ians
ians Brail-ians plan.
Schmidt pointed out that while

Brazil first proposed thfr plan to

stimulate "new American solidar solidarity"
ity" solidarity" the committee had turned it
into a common effort among all
parties.
"Operation Pan America no
longer belongs to us," he said.
"Accepted, understood, and spons
ored by all, it has become a great
and noble idea that sprang from
the common inspiration of our
continental idealism and arose at
a particular moment when Bra Brazil
zil Brazil was on the aert to receive it".
The fiery Brazilian delegate,
who touched off some of the
sharpett exhenget of the confe conference
rence conference with his insistence on bold
and massive development -efforts,
appeared optimistic- ami
conciliatory.
Referring to the technical com committee
mittee committee established yesterday for
the study of specific "projects and

to next plenary session of the

rpkasurey. and my 4 confidence- iif

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planning,, art-planning,, confidence that It hiuit'

primarily on the proof "we: bavi

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apd ,unitef-apd to enter Jnto r-diseussions with,
the greatest of frankness an
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