The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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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]
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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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PANAMA, R. SAHJRDAY, DECEMBER U, 195g

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Warts'

i tHiiisrrmA5 cheer ;

Concert At .Y-.V".

' eert .wiU tike pluce on Mondr tt
1:30 p.m.. at the Balbo YMCA YMCA-1IS0.
1IS0. YMCA-1IS0. The oroerem wUl Include

the following:
' The Albrook Air Fscce Base Cob
eert Band and Chorue will per perform';
form'; perform'; a. seasonal suites Christmas
Rhapsody and a medley tl earols.
Mrs. Janet Honsberger, contral contral-te
te contral-te will aing Birthday of ,ing
and What Child 1 Thia: She is the
: irtfe of Navy CS-lTred Honsberg Honsberg-r
r Honsberg-r stationed at Summit Radio Sta Station.
tion. Station. Mrs. Honsberger ha studied
v at the Philadelphia Conservatory
of Vocal Arts and Ornatems Con Con-aervatory
aervatory Con-aervatory of Music. ;She has also
sung professionally with Phil Sprt Sprt-lilny's
lilny's Sprt-lilny's All-Giri Orchestraj
The La Boca Chorus will' give
aeverfl selections. T r
-Hans Janowita a well known
' Jsthmiah pianist, will play Inter Intermezzo,
mezzo, Intermezzo, Opus 117, No., 1 Brahms;
"Knecht Ruprecht by Schumann;
.and Romance in Fsharp by
.Schumann. . 1
The Dorothy Chase Dancers will
' yerfont selections from- the Nut Nut-tracker
tracker Nut-tracker Suite by Tjchaikovskyt
The Society for the Preserva-
' tioo; of Barbershop Quartet Sing Singing
ing Singing In America SPEBSQSA will
present O Holy Night, SUent Night,
and Adeste Fidelis. ''
There -wiU be traditional group
tinging f Christmas carols m by
everyone, led by Seymour Barkow
its and accompanied by Robert
Beukema of Radio Station HOXO.
'j Extra narking space r will be

I available at the' parking lots of

;Awthe Chs Manhattan JBanK, tne ca-
Sial Zone 'Credit' Union and in
front of the Balbo Police Station.

' ill!

mi:
To 7hlp Teenagers
fsced court ordered whippings
ior carrying out a bomb hoajc a,t
the Boiling Junior High School
Judge Benjamin B. Campbell
f juvenile court ordered 4 the.
parent to carry out the punish punishment
ment punishment at home, bub told them to
report to the court thatj the
youths were whipped.
The' boy who range In ; age
from 13 to ,15, were arrested Dec.
2 a few hours after a telephone
caller warned authorities at the
school that a bomb had been
Planted in the building. .Classes
were suspended for. the remain
der of: the day .snd ajplice
search turned up no bomb.i
;t Five of the youth told police
Ithey got"the sixth ;boy toake
ithe threar because they didirtot
iwant to attena classes inavpay
Campbell also placed the boys
'en Indefinite probation, wdered
them not to be away from their
homer after dark except when
acobmpanled by their parents,
a told them to report to ithe
probation officer every Saturday
morning. ? j-
"They will spend the day in
eourtCamphell said. "We will
find something to occupy their
time.'
Humphrey Jays lilt
llevis Blackout Fast
' TROYN.T.. DecVlS iuPI
gent Hubert H. Humphrey (EV
Minn.) called last night for A
reappra-lsal of tr.S. relations with
Red China and the immediate
' lifting if a fnews blackout" on
China,- t.
I Himmhw! told th World Af
fairs Council that .the United
'states should Immediately take
.another. Jook t Its position on
;Red China as, pari i a arive to
(counter soviet peneirawon or a
fh Vfrlp anri th mid-East.'
( He said one of the main find
lnes of his recent trip to Russia
, and several ; other f European
countries was that the Soviets
rm carrying out ulans for un
derdeveloped areas of the world
to a degree this country, has, "on
ily begun tomatcn.:::,..n, j&?$v
I This country can -nd ; longer
permit a news- blackout bn Red
i China, Humphrey said. We must
have mora facta about the main
land." t
He said thit "two crucial
i months", were lost in developing
vaccine to combat the Asian
flu virus because of lack of in in-'.formation
'.formation in-'.formation about tht disease that
. was available only on the Chlr
, 'nes msinlaiMi;'-p';.' Aj ;t :;':!
"Even if this health factor did
not 'exist and it does," he said,
the question la: How long ca
even the most elemental con contacts'
tacts' contacts' between a th? weak and
mainland China bebarred?" r..

Plan For Charity
The Paitma Department of So Social
cial Social Welfare has made the follow

ing announcement: -
"As Christmas time approaches,
every effort is being made to in insure
sure insure that -the charitable institu-
tionsv and various communities tn
th community development pro
gram receive some nein tor tne
holiday season. : Volunteer groups
in tiie Republic of Panama and
tne canal 2one nave been most
generous Obi the past' and have
arranged for Christmas gifts and
Christmas; celebrations.
It is hoped that this year this
generosity will vontinue.
"In order to make certain that
there' is. no duplication and as
many projects and the institutions
receive benefits at Christmas
time, it will be appreciated if all
organizations interested in spons sponsoring
oring sponsoring a Christmas project aa a
charitable institution in Panama
or in one of the rural communities
in the interior will contact the De
partment of Social welfare".
Mrs. Georeina de Young or Ame
11a Von Chong of the Department
can be reached at telephone 3-
Siu and will be very happy to sug
gest concrete projects tnat wui be
interest W voluntary groups.
Every effort is being mada to
insure that as many institutions as
possible receive help at Christmas
time.
Three Guys, One Gal
Try Ocean Crossing'
In Oilloon Basket
BL'fcDAk.Tenerife. ' Ca
nary Island Dec;iJ (UPD Four
adventurous English explorers
took off from herev yesterday, on
the erst attempted crossing, of the
Atlantic Ocean ,bv balloon. '1
Thetf Vail o e tt. ihe ; "Small
.Werldrosev into -the jail ibeiore
daybreak "and within aa hour- had
disappeared .ever the horizon, it
wat flying tht Union Jack
Two bundred "Well wishers
braved the. early morning cold to
cheer when ths balToomsts, three
men and a girl, took off on their
3,W0-mile 0irney along the same
soutneroea patn ; d i a z e a oy
Christopher Columbus.
rne leaoer or tne erouo was
Arnold "Bushy: Elicart, 51. He
told, newsmen before stepping in
to tne car aiung oeneayi the bal
loon ne nopeo to land "some
where between the -British Hon
duras and British Guiana some
time within the next one to three
weeks."
"Elicart's companions are. his
son Timothy, 21 a radio and
weather expert; Colin Mudie, 32,
a naval architect and designer of
the balloon's ba sket boat, and
Mudie'a wife Rosemary, 30, a
pretty artist, photographer, sec second
ond second pilot and cook;
r The gondola of the- balloon Is
designed to act as a boat in case
the balolon falls at sea.
A weather report indicated the
adventurers would have north northeasterly
easterly northeasterly winds for 500 miles. The
expedition had : been delayed for
several days by changeable winds.
Eisenhower; Staff
Meet To Discuss
Pfonned Probosals
'. WASHINGTON. Dee.' IS fT7PT
President Eisenhower meet
with, hi staff today to discuss
legislative proposals to th new
Congress.
The, staff conference Is a pre prelude
lude prelude to a day-long meeting with
GOP. leaders Monday concerning
Administration legislative plans.
wnue -. House tress secretary
James c. Hagerty said the Pres.
ldent would meet with hig chief
aide. Wilton B. Persons, and
other staff members.
; It was to be decided at the
staff meeting who would ait in
on the session with Republican
leaders and be, prepared to pre present
sent present in detail -some of the pro programs
grams programs ,y decided upon so far by
the Administrations :
RECENSBURG,i Germany,
Dec.
13 (UPI) A .German missionary
back from 13 years in, Tibet re re-ports
ports re-ports the "abominable snowmen"
of the Himalayas; are really n.tive
priests living nude ; in thef icy
wilderness of nearly inaccessible
mountain ranges.,-'. ;: t. Vv;" 'v
The missionary, the Revk Franit
Eichinger, reported h had photo photographed
graphed photographed one of the priests. The
picture was published today, in
the official organ of the Roman
Catholic episcopate of Regensburg
which said it was the first au authentic:
thentic: authentic: photographs of an 'abom 'abominable
inable 'abominable snowman." ''..!
f The newspaper .published Father
Eichingep's .story of his meetpig
with one of the priests bine years
ago pn a trip through a desolate

Kobbc Program
Special ; parties, shows and
dances have been arranged by the
Fort Kobbe Services Club in ob

servance of the holiday J season,
jurs. yons caiuweu, club director,
announced this week. : Military
personnel from all posts in the
lone are invited to participate.
- Highlights of the Yuletide pro
gram include a White Christmas
party and show scheduled for Dec,
22 at S p.m., and a tree decorat decorating
ing decorating 'party to a start at I o'clock
on Christmas Eve. i
A, trip to Santa Clara for swim
ming and picnicking is on the
agenda for Saturday Dec. 21.
The group wiH leave the 'club at
8:30 a.m., and those "interested
should make reservations by cal calling
ling calling the club. -.'V,
Monday, Dec. 29 will be set
aside as stag night, with the' pro
gram to get underway at 8 o'clock.
1 Regular features will ntitiniiA
throughout Jthe holldayW; season.
These include the home town
parties each Wednesday evening,
bingo on Tuesdays and dances on
Fridays. The December pie night
is scheduled for next Thursday.
Volunteers Donate
Blood For Employ
Of Corozal Store
U.S. Army men oner more
demonstrated their willingness
to come to the aid of their f el el-lowmen
lowmen el-lowmen this week when they vol volunteered
unteered volunteered en masse to donate
blood for a civilian employs of
the Army. ;
When it was learned that Za
chartas Logan, a West-Indian
born employe of the' Quarter
master sales store i at corozal J
fnecaea oiooa aouiuons Deipre,-
he couW tinderga necessary aur
gery at' Goreas HoaBltalhia fefc.
row Drkers-wer1 asked "to helps
Two civilians volunteered but
that was not enough, so the ser sergeant
geant sergeant in charge told the soldiers
working at the sale store of the
prooiem ;
mey ; inoiunteered to a man,
ana more, blood was offered than
was needed."
Those who actually went to
tne oiooar pank to make dona donations
tions donations wer Sp4 Richard Jiolden.
Pf c Julian Pearson, Pvt Ronald
De Willirs, pfc VitoEmeaof U.S.
Army Technical Services, Paci Pacific,
fic, Pacific, and sales store civilian em employe
ploye employe Randall S. Maclain.
License Section
Is Open More Hours
For Plate Buyers
Effectiv Monday; until the end
of the year, the Canal Zone Li
cense Section in the Civil Affairs
Building, will be open continuously
on normal -work days from 8:30
i.m. throORh the noon hour until
4:15 p.m., it bas been announced
by the chief of the License Section.
In addition the office will be
open Saturday,, Dec. 27 from 8
a.m. until 4 p.m. During this time
only license plates will be issued:
The License Section, has arrang
ed the extra opening hours for the
convenience of Canal Zone resi
dents, many of whom work regu
lar office hours.
So far, the License Section has
issued 4,500 .new automobile li
cense .plates. Car owners who have
not already done so are urged to
obtain their, olates as soon as
possible in erder to avoid the last
minute rush. :t
, No extension will be granted for
the.tise of 1958, it was announc announced.
ed. announced. New 1959 license plates must
be used on a? utomobiles after
midnight .Dec 31,
ApplicaUons for license plates
may be made by mail or in ner-
on. Applications" are Available at
the License Section office or at the
office f'the Police Driver Ex
8 miner ia,Bldg.I029 In Cristobal,
Self-addressed envelopes are turn
ished with the application forms.
mountain -ange. The heading on
the story was i"Meeting with the
snowman .0 the Himalayas." :
PSthar i, lichlngar -. dascribMl
the priesHi aa primitive ,ho.
man ba!ng living! the? vwdr tnT
the aubkara : temperatures : and,
wearing breech tleut whenever
he apprMthed travelers.
"In a way which we cannot un understand,
derstand, understand, they are immune from
the influences of .; nature s and the
needs of ituman life,? Father
Einchinger laid. ; rr..
. ,.-i :. .' V i
'i The picture published by ? the
oaper howef the snowman In
lomcirith with ;Wild' hair and eyes
elnittAjLhiif iwi rtnnhl Vinmin
. "The meeting with thia mac

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ONt OF THE, STON'S displayed prominently at Santa Ana Ana-Plaza
Plaza Ana-Plaza last night at the annual Students-Federation1 meet meeting
ing meeting to recall their agitation against US defense sites tn 1947.

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Oligarchy Pharisees kni So On

Andres E. Cantlllo. the Pana-
ttia public, grade school teacher
who is also the secretary general
of the Panamanian i Student
Federation presided last night,
It federation meeting held in
Santa Aha Plaza,. The plaza was
haot well filled.
.Yankee "imperialism" and.
tsanflmftnlan "Oligarcy" Dom
came in for denunciation. "Phar
isees and opportunists -wno we,
Hie people with disdain" were
attacked.
And there was a eall for the
United Nations to manage the
ICanal. eivtng Panama 50 per
cent of the receipts.
The meeting marked the year year-observance
observance year-observance by the federation
bri Dec. 12 of the anniversary of
their successful campaign in
J947 to persuade the National
Assembly to reject the Filos Filos-Hines
Hines Filos-Hines Agreement for United
States rental of defense sites in
Panama. The sites effected were
immediately vacated by U.S.
Military authdrlties.
fcantfflo was one of 28 persons
teleased from jail ; earlier this
week when a Christmas decree
by President Ernesto de la Guar
dfa lifted their punishment., He
was serving 90 days in connec connection
tion connection with Independence Day dis dis-9rbances,
9rbances, dis-9rbances, f
'"Neither ailings nor beatings
will keep us from gaining our
legitimate aspirations," Cantlllo
said last night, :'V u-
He also praised the efforts of
. the visitinr Xatholio Mission
from the Vatican toward 'the;
release of the jailed students
and others held for political
reasons. But Cantlllo com complained
plained complained that the clemency was
pot extended to all.
iSsneaker Pedro Campis Ortega.
a representative of the National
" ..i H'- .'
rasubtd in the grtt supris
and most unlergettabla xpr
: lanea my 13 years in China,;
ftathar lichtnger: said in the
: tfery. 4
''-( ' ' -We
are-living near th tent of
th: "prince of the thousand chief
of the tribe.
''One morning : a torn flax tent
was standing next to ours, on a
spot w h e r the evening before
only ice and show had been cover
ing the f r 0 1 e n ground. The tem temperature
perature temperature had fallen to 22 centi centigrade
grade centigrade below lero.
In the light of the rising. Sua,
a kuman being as never seen be before
fore before .was standing in front of the

tent.-" : -v;. :.:.-:'. ,,V;:c i,-y,:
A ;A thia, tow rag waa hanging

t
V3W
Civic Committee said the Canal
should be administered by the
uniiea Nations1 witn the Pana
manian people getting 50 percent
or the intaKe, 4
Ricardo Rios of "the University
Students Federation said the
students have a noble mission to
save the people who are being
crucified on the tree of social
disaster. Rios denounced the
Treaty of 1903.
Teofaneg Lopez of the Abel
Bravo College lashed put a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Panama oligarcy
and said the workers got a bad
deal in the plan Jor the lands
and homes In New. Cristobal.
Heliodoro Pinzohlof the' High
School Students Union said the
students were the'Iirst group to
insist tnat Panama reainrm its
sovereignty over the canal Zone.

Cofitraiton Bids Opened
For Four PanCanal Projects

low base bids totaling more
than $88,0OQ were offered by
contractors on foiir separate
Panama Canal projects, for
which bids were opened Friday
afternoon in the Administration
Building. j 5
; The work will Include the re re-placemnt
placemnt re-placemnt of electrical distribu distribution
tion distribution system at Balboa Pier 18:
the replacement of -piping 'and
sinks In 35 Panama Canal U.S.
rate quarters; surface tiling at
the Balboa Post Office building;
and the replacement of security
fencing at the Cristobal pier
area,
. The Abright Electrical Con Construction
struction Construction Co. Inc., made a low
base bid of S40.399 for the re replacement
placement replacement of the electrical dls-
1 4
from his otherwise bare body, this
at a time when the nomads and
we were wearing fur costs. I was
told he only wears the rag when
he apnroacnes oeonle.7
He said the nomads had called
in fie stranger to help cure some
members of the tribe who had
fallen ill -and felt his benediction
wast necessary.. The nomads told
the snowman the priest was
a medical expert. In exchange for
medicine the snowman permitted
himself to be photographed,
j But fie covered his eyes because
'he made it known that the eyes
had only been given to him so be
Could look at. the heavens .and
respond to the looks of-suffering
numani,' ui priest said.

CZ Youth Says
Motorcyclist
Dead On Road
eiv.n. a n American youth
from the Canal Zone stated, to
Panama's Secret Police that, he
may have run ovitf the body of
a motorcyciisiwo
thrown from bis, machine on
inw.LT.-.hmian Highway
recently, it has been revealed
that several cars mj
the same thing.
The Secret rouce aie
vestigatingr- the accident which
Occurred aftef darkcw Nov 30
about a mile and a half on the
Colon side of Madden bridge,
The motorcyclist was Mar Martin
tin Martin Luther peters. The Amer American
ican American youth who has been
nuestloned by the Secret Po Police
lice Police is John Michael Brians,
aged 19. PanCanal appren-
Brians was driving his small
Volkswagen car along the hign hign-.o
.o hign-.o tsnvarria Colon when he
suddenly saw the motor cycle
in the road He swerved
to avoid the machine and has
stated that he may have hit
the body which was also lying
to the road but difficult to see.
There is no i evidence as to
how long the body had been n
the toad and several cars could
have passed before .Brians.
Tt was revealed today that
when the -National Guard were
Intraetlcratintr ftt U1C scene pi
ti r h. v-B. rw ,
the accident a far, apprpacnw
tnA .ri-n. aa Ibid to, IWW:
nolntint at the body stili )M
na- in the road, 1
ing in the road,
Th car came on
and, de
pite the light of Brian's
headlights, ran yer the body
and went on its way.
Said Brians' father, Rayburn
L. Brians of the uanais navi
gation Division today: "ine tact
that the other car hit the body
proves that Ik was virtually im impossible
possible impossible to see. Nobody knows
how many cars might have
done the same thing before my
son came along. But he stop stopped."
ped." stopped." Brians was accompanied in
the car by Michael Dare, 17, of
Oatun. ''
IDENTIFY BIRD
LONDON (UPl) A native leg legend
end legend that a bird resembling the
sharp toothed batwinged prehis prehistoric
toric prehistoric pterodactyl still inhabited
the isolated northern marshes of
Rhodesia in Africa has been dis disproved
proved disproved at last, according to re reports
ports reports reaching London. The bird
has, been identified with reason reasonable
able reasonable certainty as the rare whale whale-headed
headed whale-headed stork.
trlbution system at Pier 18. Oth
er base bids ranging, from $45, $45,-600
600 $45,-600 to $62,000 were offered by L.
R. Sommer, W. A. Rogers, Bil Bil-don,
don, Bil-don, Inc., Consolidated Interna
tional Electric Co., and the Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Service Company.
low offers ; on several of the
alternate bMs were made bv the
Electrical : Service. The alter
nates, which cover work con
nected ,'cwith tfte modernization
project; received offers from all
the contractors.
Wright Brothers of Colon en
tered a bid of $30,450 on the re replacement
placement replacement of pipes nd sinks In
Panama Canal quarters, no oth other
er other bid was received on this prot
ect,, which includes renewal of
hot. and cold water piping in 25
quarters on the Pacific side and
10 quarters on the Atlantic side
Also included is the replacement
of. bathtub faucets, installation
or; Kitchen cabinets and th re
location of several electric water
heaters.
A low base offer of $12,742 was
received from Industrias Vnidas
on;, the work of replacing the
Cristobal Pier area cyclone fenc
ing. Othef bids ranging from
$13,400 to $21,711 were offered
by Wright Brothers, C.A. High,
E. O. Hauke. Dillon and Hick Hickman
man Hickman Construction Co. and Cal Cal-vino
vino Cal-vino and Roquer.
The H. I. Homa Co., with a bid
of $2,445. was the only contrac
tor to make an offer on the work
6f oroviding tllff surfaces at the
Balboa post Office building. The
project will Include tile surfaces
on columns and on one wall at

the front pajt of the post office.

Space 1 m

Traveller Loit

But Doctors Say

Mission Succeeds

CAPE CANAVERAL, Flo.,
little monkey with plenty of
today but apparently died

in the wastes ot tht South Atlantic ocean.
The mission was called "completely successful" de

spite the loss of the space traveler. l

The monkey, named Little Old Reliable," was 0; pas passenger
senger passenger in the nose cone of a Jupiter intermediate range
missile fhrt zipped probably 300 miles high and then
plummeted back into the earth's atmosphere at 10,000
mph. f
Ships and planes criss-crossed the ocean in the de designated
signated designated impact area, south of Martinique, for hours
looking for the nose one and the little monkey but finally'
the search was given up.

Instruments tied to the mort
key and which relayed informa
tion back to earth proved tnai
prolonged weightlessness is of
little harm to living creatures.
The monkey chosen for the
mission was one of high in intelligence
telligence intelligence and .most of the
- emotions ommok to humanit
portaCtxprimehleadinf
eventual space JfUghts by
There were squawks Respite
the scientific nature of the
flight. Britain' Royal Society
for thd Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals said the society
"views with grave concern and
apprehension that monkeys or
even any other animal should
be used In these experiments."
Brig. Gen. J- A. Barclay, com commander
mander commander of the U-8. Army bal ballistic
listic ballistic missile agency at Hunts Hunts-ville,
ville, Hunts-ville, Ala., announced that the
search for the monkey had been
abandoned.
"There appears to have been
a mishap," he said, i& recovery
gear with which the nose cone
was fitted.
Barclay said Army and Navy
doctors reported they obtained
"highly useful data" on the
monkey s physical reactions
during the flight.
Barclay said the noss cone of
the Jupiter missile landed about
15 minutes after its 4 am blast blastoff
off blastoff at: a spot 1700 miles down
range in the South Atlantic.
The Army chose for the
NeW Yorkers Face
Paperless Weekend;
Strike Still On
NEW YORK, Die. 13 (UPI)
New -Yorkers faced a weekend
without their voluminous Sunday
newspapers today due to the news
paper deliverers- strixe.
Representatives 01 tne newspa newspaper
per newspaper and Mail Deliverers Union
and the Publishers Association of
New York City were to meet lat later
er later this afternoon. The time made
it virtually impossible for the nine
affected dailies to publish week
end or Sunday editions even if an
agreement were reachea later to to-dav.
dav. to-dav. Tomorrow's papers would have
been the fattest of the year with
a peak load of Christmas advertis advertising
ing advertising aimed at getting shoppers in
to retail stores. There were no
official estima'es,. but the news news-paipers'
paipers' news-paipers' advertising 1 losses were
expected to run into many mil millions
lions millions of dollars.
The deliverers and the publish publishers
ers publishers met separately with federal
mediators twice yesterday nd al also
so also held two joint sessions, but the
time the two sides spent togetner
totaled only one hour and five
minutes. During that time tne u u-nlon
nlon u-nlon negotiators accepted the pub
lishers' wage offer of a $T wsck-
age increase, men resuDmiueo
demands for a 35-hour week and
another paid holiday:
The publishers issued a state statement
ment statement Saying they had told the u u-nion
nion u-nion there could not be "economic
concessions beyond those offer offered
ed offered Dec. 8." They withdrew, an of offer
fer offer to reduce the size of newspa newspaper
per newspaper bundles handled by the deliv deliverers
erers deliverers and' warned that the econr econr-mic
mic econr-mic picture resulting from the
atrike might force withdrawal of
other settlement offers.

Dec. 13 (UPI) A inmrr

stamina was shot into spact
when his missile came down
new venture lnte living apae 1
flights a dainty, soft-haired
little creature 'with a ientl
family life and much the
same anatomical makeup as
manv .d.. : -In
statement released h
than Jiofthal urirf nhtiw t..
ularflurJnj the takeoff, pulae
rate, picked up u the rocket
accelerated.
w But Ban said that after
the missile soared beyond the
pull of earth's gravity, the
monkey's breathing and poise
leiurnea to normal.
Barr said the most significant
;nng from the monky'
flight, recorded through instru instruments
ments instruments attached to the little
beasts body, was that "the pro prolonged
longed prolonged gravity-free state does
not produce significant adverse
physiological change."
The United States previously
Bui mkf int0 space and
Russia has put up a dog.
Lbvelady Chosen
For 12th Term
As AFCE Prexy
odK No- 14 of the American'
Federation of Government Em Employe,
ploye, Employe, today elected the follow-
1959ember8 lts offlcers or
RML?vielady' President; H.
C. Egolf 1st vice president; ft
.Ciicr, zna vice president;
C. J. Genis, 3rd vice nresident;
o. H. Burdick. secretary-treasur,
er: and Chris Skeie, sergeant-at-arms
and J. A. Morales, guide.
As trustees, the unlnn
H D. Raymond, H. 3. Chase,
Frances Longmore, Carol Rigby
Richard K. Erbe, Dave Kelleher
aim Aennem Heliums.
This is Loveladv' rnn.uiift
term as president of lo v
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6)r:
Add this one to the brochure on lush, relaxed living lor
military men and tneir dependents on the Canal Zne: Ihose
ffne recreation facilities they bragged about are here, all right,
slid it you're in the right age group, you can use the. m
Here at the Fifteenth Naval District, they're pretty smelly
situation existing right now about the use of the baseDall dia diamonds.
monds. diamonds. There are two fields, one in excellent '; condition, the
other full and chuck holes and, in general, a mess.
4 Who uses them? Navy men who have gpne.uut for the base baseball
ball baseball team have been informed that the lousy -field is theirs. They
are not allowed on the good one, because that Is reserved for the
darling Little Leaguers. Apparently, nobody nasi told the Little
Ljeaguers however, since the patter of their little feet has not
been noticed there for at least three weeks'.
; Meanwhile, the good field rests in glory while the sailors
txip in holes on the other.
Everybody here knows that complaint after complaint has
ten made to the bosses, from small ones right up to four-trip-s.
But the Little League field remains unusued.
Let the Little Leaguers have a good field, but why are their
own fathers, as well as many other Navy men, supposed to suf suffer
fer suffer recreation-wise in their behalf? It's just another typical
Navy foul-up, only a bit more ridiculous than most of the blun-
"i swear. If thig letter is printed in the Mail Box, I will clip
it out and sent it to my Congressman. Somebody ought to take
some action, i hope every Navy man who is mad at his treat treatment
ment treatment here will do the same,
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Bowling.

CHRISTMAS
ir:

I should like to extend my thanks to the Panama CanaL Com Company
pany Company for furthering my education. They have given me an Insight
tat the history of finance. Now I know how a monopoly operates.
The PanCanal Toyland is a brilliant example of a profit-making
enterprise. And we are stuck to buy there.
In spite of the deferential pay which the military people seem
to think makes us so rich, the majoritv of us Civil Service neons,
cannot afford the extravagant prices of the toys offered here. I have
not vet reached that hapny state of financial affair where I can pay
$70 for a bicvcle. even if it is nearly alt chrome-plated.
My friend, an Armv wife, has a youngster who wants a guided
missile launcher for Christmas. So my boy wants one too. She
bousht hers at Coiwal and naiH S7.2S for it. which still seems op
itni?h for a plastic p1avin?. I found the identical tov. same model.
cm manufacturer, but at a price over ten dollars at the PanCanal
Toylsnrt. ; : ,,
. This is an: example, but it surelv isn't an exoentmn. Kvervthm
thev have inihere ts far above price at anv military store on the
Mhmus. Art those neowle w-e aren't onrrne at a loss just to
give saMle,.aWws. a gs M Chns'm a
m&ri m Wmif owttht W1 our qds that fart a
Aln X maice St f hf'.S -jSMjMis i vsr TV little elves who make
th tov wen nrj triV tHy eisbn? Or that nor ol snt isn t a
millionaire after aD, andfPanCanal "rices wer- tnn hM,?
'-,. Hohdav Howie'.

PSALM OF DWIGHT DAVID

Sir:

Ti-fl ) mr sVnherri- I am in want.
"-. m'-fti )Tp tn H r'nwn nn ngrV rncheS.
TT Uo,tri TflA V"'''" 11 Tt;.
tj. (rpMptn tpr in V nath M unemnoivmerit fn' thU name's sake
'. t"niri 1 -t.iv tt"""'?h the Vulley of Soup Ki'chens,
T "i hi'Trrv, t fpr evil;'
""'Oil rf; Air-t me-
Thon urinninteth m income w!'h axe:
w ftutcomp Ttiwwtll rwr rrl" 'ir"",
111 VA Hs F Tn,.t1 AHviJwi((trBtirtn.
And I shall li1 in the Poor House foreve--
Strike The Lyre.

RAILROAD'S COMMITTERS
Sir:
I notice that the Panama Railroad is offering a shoppers
special to Colon. Since they are in the mood waiving, and the
season of giving is approaching, I think it a good time to men mention
tion mention again the commuter ticket affair that "Affected" (Mail
Box. Dec. 1) wrote about. Everything "Affected" wrote is the

truth. I know because I am a

In that boxcar Nov. 12.
"Affected" made no suggestions on how to better the situa situation.
tion. situation. Here are mv susreestiorfs for a couple improvements which

I am sure commuter .ticket holders will welcome aS the best

Christmas presents they ever got:
1. Make the commuter ticket valid till all trips are used
uo. In that way the Panama Railroad will hot lose any of the

money that was used in the purchase of the ticket, and the
purchaser will get his full money's worth. The way thinss

work now, if you buy a ticket
ar not able to use it that money

2. Put two second class coaches on the commuters train

Monday and Friday. These are
really needed.
PLUG FOR

Sir:
Longtime labor man Louis Damiaml (Mail Box, Dec. 11)
wrote1 a good letter outlining what it takes to make an effec effective
tive effective union. I've met Damiaml only once, and wouldn't be sure
of recognizing him if he came in the door.
I But he has the right pitch. It's the consistent day-to-day
checking, studying watching and conferring by men who take
an Interest beyond themselves that makes a good union. It
Isn't arguing over coffee, crying into beer or even writing let letters
ters letters to the Mail Box. All of these things have their place in
getting the facts, exchanging ideas, keeping up with what man management
agement management is doing and making public opinion for what the union
wlnts.
f But I've seen labor officials come and go in the CLU-MTC.
Believe me It's the wheelhorses who run it, the steady p'uggers,
the men who are willing to come home at night and study a
new law or regulation to learn how it may affect employes.

If there's a great average

unions, they have not come to my notice, on the contrary, the
trouble seems usually to be: "Who can we get to carry the ball
now?" when a wheelhors retires or feels he can't go ion.
i As to what Damiaml says about repercussions against union
people, he's right in general. But not entirely right in par particular.
ticular. particular. I'm afraid it'M true as some people say that now
and again a person who champion's employes' rights conspicu conspicuously
ously conspicuously is simply not on the list of eligibles for Jobs that come up.
There are more ways than on of easing critics out of the pic picture.
ture. picture. 1
Two and a half to five years ago there was a lot of It done

by the Canal organization. I've
the policy could creep back.
Read Our

TT an I n rana e nminni.
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are naaeice m a wnnr w'ii
DIAMONDS
PRICES
commuter ticket holder, and was
for a week and for some reason
Is lost. There is no refund.
two days when more space is
Affected II
PLUGGERS
of these seeking offlcs in the
known of no recent case, but
tlnhnnlxt
Classifieds

Labor News

And
Comments
By VICTOR RIESEL
With the touch of the V poseur
ami ine Eesiure ol the ausieit
Jim Hoffa and his high comman
are now meeting in last year
hotel Miami Beach's fcden Koc,
It isn't that tne leamsiers art
running out of cash. It's just that
they are running their giant u-
nion it a aencit.
If it weren t for the interest
from some $34,000,000 in long
term securities Jim Hoffa, woulo
have the woes of any business businessman.
man. businessman. He's have to dig into capi capital.
tal. capital. At the last count Hoffa's union
was spending about half a mil million
lion million dollars more than it was tak taking
ing taking in. This is the high cost of
living aggressively. Few have not
ed it. But in order to Keep me
reputation inside labor circles
being me wuung po ui ma..
er unions and of being the one u
nion which has continued to add
members, the Teamsters me
spending at the rate of some $8,
000,000 a year,
Faw have been in nis comm.'
house, but based on what year
end figures are availab.e Hotta
and his colleagues have spent
some $4,000,000 tor organizing mm
strikes. This includes donations
to allied organizations" and "su
bordinate ones, loo.
There is little data on tne aoi-
lars spent in the terntic pudiic
r.i.imn't rnunter-offensive of the
Teamsters the cost of chartered
planes and scores of nails ior de
fense rallies, their heavy political
contributions and tne financing w
their intricate publicity set-up. At
mid-vear however, national union
books disclosed that $29,282.01 was
spent for "public relations.
Natnrallv some-of this went to
offset, if possible the public's re
action to the exposures oi me mL
Clellan Committee. What aaaea
insult to this inquiry, as far as
the Teamster leadership is con
cerned, is the high cost oi legai
defense since Hoffa took otuce.
In the first six months ot mis
vear the union soent some $213,-
717.86 on their lawyers, court ap
pearances and appeals.
It is, oi course, sianmiK i
thinlr of the e ant. $40,000,oo
Teamsters Un;on operating in the
red but its total operating in income
come income runs to some $7,500,000 an
nuallv. That's a giant figure but
even that doesn't go far in the
kind of whirlwind spending com
pelled by Hoffa's strategy.
Believe it or not, tiona s union
stays out of the red because ct
the financial wizardry of its 'old
chief, one Dave Beck. He put
millions of union dollars in veter
ans housing and some choice xe
curities. Today this' hrinas the
Teamsters well over $1.200.nou a
year in interest. When tne Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters run out of dues money and
assessments they merely use the
interest payments on all the "pa
per" old Beck stocked up.
But even this may not neip. me
Teamsters fight appears to be
just beginning. Before Hoffa can
swing into the dear, ne must gei
the monitors of his back. At this
moment it seems that only the
U.S. Supreme Court can do thai
if it so decides. And it win nave
to decide.
There are now two conflicting
opinions on the legality and pow powers
ers powers of the Teamster court-appointed
monitors. Federal Judge James
Connell in Cleveland has ruled
that the three man aboard of
guardians has only advisory pow powers.
ers. powers. At this moment, Federal
Judge F. Dickinson Letts, the
man who appointed the monitors,
is writing an opinion which Wash Washington
ington Washington legal circles believe will
either give the monitors more
power and postpone the scheduled
Teamster convention or actually
remove James R. Hoffa from his
"provisional" presidency.
Where there is clash of opi opinion
nion opinion between two Federal Jud?es.
the case goes first to the Court of
Appeals and finally t the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court. This may take a
year, perhaps more.
In the meanwhile, the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters will have to nav heavy le legal
gal legal fees, the cost of the monitors
and special national audits and
the price of a continued conterof conterof-fensive.
fensive. conterof-fensive. This latter will include
organizing and pay hike drives
needed to maintain the kind of
militant unionism Hoffa 's ban banning
ning banning right now at his Miami
Beach Executive Board sessions.
Millions don't grow on trees,
not even for Jim Hoffa.
RICH REBEL Determined
not io let her background ot
great family wealth interfere
with her acting career is wiU
lowy, blond Dina Merrill. Sh
has played on TV with Jackie
'Gleason, with Jerry Lewis in
"The Time of Your Life," had
roles in "The Desk Set" and "A
Nice Little Bank to Be Robbed"
and now hat been signed the
lead opposite Gilbert Roland in
ICjtch MeH You Can."

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Victor Mature's new amour is
Lady Jane Keith, 23 year old
beauty, directly related to Her
Majesty. .Ava Gardner will in
troduce Arthur Weber, handsome
dress mfr, to her km in North
Carolina during Yuletide. .Loia
Fisher, understudy to the leading
lady of "My Fair Lady," has a
new pursuitor,' James Hamilton,
heir to a Midwest railroad for
tune. .Cuban sugar heiress Jew Jewel
el Jewel Cornish is getting the large
rush from Bruce Laffey, stage
mrg. of the hit comedy, "Make A
Million". .Mutual and ABC re resumed
sumed resumed talks to marry their radio
networks. Making a total of 1000
outlets. .Aren t the Steve Law
rences (Eydie Gorme) trying to
keep a-appy event a secret?.
. .CBS radio staffers expect a ma
jor pink-slip storm right after
New Year s. .They say Vic ub
mdne has flipped over Brazilian

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turning returning to Europe "to live and
make pictures" involves two ad admirers.
mirers. admirers. A wealthy Spaniard and
a noted British politico.
Diana Barrymore and Butler
Miles (they met at a publicity
party and had a jet-tempoed ro romance)
mance) romance) no longer speak fondly
of each other. .NBC's Dorothy
Olsen ("Bandstand") can't decide
between Westclox exec Richard
Brown or furrier Hank Terrone.
; .After all those tears at the air airport
port airport (when Buddy Bregma- flew
to the coast) Anna Marie Alber Alber-getti
getti Alber-getti and Sal Mineo cuddled at
the Liviffg Room. .Elaine Stritch
and Don Ameche, who make all
that love on stage at "Goldi "Goldilocks,"
locks," "Goldilocks," practically have to be in introduced
troduced introduced after the asbestos falls.
. .Jack Carter's former wife Joan
Mann undergoes throat surgery, -.
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per is Playboy mag's Vic Low Low-nes.
nes. Low-nes. .Ellen McCown nf '"Ine
Boy Friend" cot a fur coat frnm
ueraid- irice of "Threepenny O
pera ... .a raccoon.
Sherman Adams and riniihl
day's Douglas Black, confabbed the
inner uay. book People suspeqt
Mr. Adams mav be writino hw
memoirs. TW lamt firm mihllth-
ed Ike's 'Crusade in Europe ".
. .ihe feud between London's
Jack Hylton and Broadway s Da David'
vid' David' Merrick is getting out of
hand.'. .Vivian Blaine and her
newest beaumance, Don Todd,
held hands in the Little Club tor
2 hours. .Model Tvonne Schnei Schnei-der.wpn't.re.yeal
der.wpn't.re.yeal Schnei-der.wpn't.re.yeal the hame of the
mystery man sne married last
week. .National Airlines lost
beautiful stewardess Nancy Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, who is now Manhattan's new newest
est newest model-actress. .Pali f Mr
Justice Frankfurter report he was
industrious even In the hnsniiai
If he retires it will be under, pro
lesi. .me 64 It. wh t snrni o
iims year s Kockefeller Center
tree) will cost $25,000 to decorate.
Best-spller Slllhnr fronlr Vork,,
( rne terpent and the Staff")
married a Snanish heat ttv in Ma
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drid where he dwells tifn
Vicki Carlson weds in March. He
is tapt. Bruce McCamish, in the
IN. X. Ott Ce Of the Air Fnrr.
sec'y, .Betty G. Reid, managing
eauor oi im.y. Age, flung a law-
iuh against tong. Powell "for ac accusations"
cusations" accusations" before a Harlem in.
gregation. .Lee Petrillo, son ot
the ex-Musicians' Union chief, is
wooing Chicago's Betty Farber. a
radio net. .Our TWn
ly has abandoned its costly
Lross at the Green" campaign.
Mldtown Crosswalks are atrsin
painted white. .Lenore Lemmnn
nnaiiy iouno the right man. He's
George Reves, the TV Supermatv
. .Powers model Dody Marshal
was so shook-up by Nicky Hilton's
marriage she didn't date anyone
for almost 48 hours.
commentator Ed Murrow will be
tirven rn run tnt. tk tt o l.
At ",c u- 0- oenaie
yn me WDerai Party ticket next
uutc um. .aonny Ingram, a gta-
' "" f" ,n ne jus, is a success
ful 5th Avenue private ieweler.
t s a girl at the Garland Lee
v-mHP:". rop s tne Mutual Net
work veep .if all of Roy Camp
pane las fans bought their Yule
gift liquor packages at his Her
icra store nis problems would be
, we onan
of Irans nephew at Harvard, is
uver. frmre pm,.i .i ot.L
o ..men uver pretty i.aro S nrlair
5he once dazzled Joe Di Maezio
I..!' Sfr Tee Afra, a feattTre
Si l"e ""ni rseacn Diplomat
;nai way aoout Gene Kelly. She
hopes he'll use the new jets to
,Ll11 St. Cyr, star striDte
!?lLW..doe husband
..euuing ai vegas, will shed her
Lurreni in JKeno.
in A str,ke criPP,ed hotel
5 Vn Vegrls' excePl the Star Stardust
dust Stardust and Desert Inn. .The long
'almsgiving weekend (plus the
heavy rain) emptied most of the
.maiuiaiian night places. . Steve
", c" ijcqiea wuu'i request to
?nin ?eh,s Sunday-nighter from
7:30 tO 9. Snme ,. .J. .....
the Anna Lucasta" movie won't
snow nartna Kitt's face. Ju'st
tOritO. KintTAi. n.Mn.. C-L..11
Roosevelt Hospital) gets most of
Ml. P. 11. .MAM. J. .
.iuiii uancer Marsha
-V1 not expected to
renew "Rnh;n Uiwi n k .
f,?..d8J?cei1 1lnt completely'
in "The Renva Tio.r- v..nl.
.ed in Germany. .If Orrin Leh
man weds Mary Morrison' the
in h"u,0 uorian Dennis
wiU consider a whole year wast wasted.
ed. wasted. .The Gabors will be among
the first to appear in liquor ads
tailing jeinaies,
Georaa Jaaiel'a line af...irll..
-- m Aiuti T
wood dinner: "Will Rpgers once
5m ne never met s man he didn t
like. One of my wives had the
same problem''. .Time's Nov.
24 issue belittled conductor Arthur
Rodzmski's temperament. Shortly
sfler, ha died to prova he had

9"ilie Washington
Merry-Go -Round

unreported incident took place ur-
mg the Mexican inaugural cere-
Ul taiC iUCMVIU aUSUUleU tClC'l
rr, arIa. l.iU ... K .4 1inU I
uu U16. pUHUtlillX Vk OUVICI
in eat-aka Ann irilatr4,il n..' TnA
au avas mi c vnB USIl UCU, fV UC
UsTnna.- Ta.: ' 1
co bathing ; beaches more 4mpor-
iam man winning x tne J- Datue oil
U7lt tvifk- Ditaj .. 1
A ... Jt. il-:-' 1 tit 1
aiucikm ffueiegaiea,' senaiorv
and congressmen, were to '.lie
guests at a gala reception given
bv the -Senate and C.himher at
Deputies of Mexico, i '!-X.
But John Foster rnlJ hsrf tn
flV to San Francisro for sneoeh
Sen.v Tom Kuchel of.;California
wasreiaxmg" at? Acapulco. sen.
Homer Capehart, a great booster
for Pan American friendship but
passed over by Nixon as a dele delegate,
gate, delegate, had flown back to Indiana;
while Sen. Barry Goldwater, who
had recently campaigned all over
Arizona denouncing Communism,
jusi man i snow up at the recep reception
tion reception carefully arranged weeks in
advance by Mexican t Congress
men.
However, the President nt th
bUPreme Soviet Pavel Thannv
did. He strode into the Mexican
reception, his six-feet-three-incnes
ana nis distinguished white thatch
of hair tdwerine over- nther
guests. With Kim wasi Smart, to-
cuna amoassador Vladimir Bazi
kin, stationed for nine years h in
Washington whn
, a w a ui avuic
m both North and South Ameri
ca
Mexican congressmen a Kit mil
fed at the absence of American
congressmen, immediately rushed
for the Russians. Television cam cameras
eras cameras closed in. Light bulbs flash flashed.
ed. flashed. Sen. Rodolfo Brena Torres,
president or the Mexican senate,
moved in for a rinse .tin with T a
banov. Either h-
me nussians or else had an un
. ;
erring sense of what would make
the front Daees in Mexican new.
papers. The kleig lights glared
on me display or Mexican-Russisr.
inenosnip. srena Torres loved it
RUSSIAN SCORE
Emilio Sanchez Pierlrae "Act
dent of the chamber of deputies
wasjiot to be outdone. W also
,, .
really been sick. .Paul Kennedy,
lexv 1 corresPnlent fpr
the N. Y. Times, married Diana
- -iwi'
Southwood. .Qren--Roofs report
to The lacnclatn... j
to the legislature wril recommend
, ..... .iimucnu
that narcotic addicts be treated
uuvivtO IX
as ill persons, not rrrminals
Jafck Paris opened at the Debo
nair last weeir w.:Hn .u.
vi, -a aua re
break, he worked as a copy boy
All niarore nan ... a
6n a newspaper, for 2 yearsfe .Os
good Cafuthers will he the n)
reporter to minH the Tim.'
branch in Moscow. .Five Broad
way shows are floundering. Hold Holding
ing Holding out for the .New Year's Eve
oiz.
Monaco official rxMrQll fh n't
rnnce Rainier wnn'f- Ipqva
much coming here. Lives on a
smci Dudget. .Top laugh among
his intimates is Dean Martin's .en .endorsement
dorsement .endorsement of beer. . .The Scott
Brady-Joy Wyman idyll blazed a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. But she signed with Lou
Walters show in Florida to test
her will nower Th t n pi...
lins 4th expect Chaplin," the 5th.
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They did their best ':to aphol(f
American presiige. suimougn tnt
Moving Tl lAQr.Aa ar1tf aIw n.mA t--
Mexican leader rviliteltr rmceri Ine
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Americans had a "faint touch; nf
halitosis which of course t b' y
didn't. But 'the Mericm. Mi A
leanfin for close-ups as they did
wiui me nussians, and snpwea
nowhere near the 'snaln th'ev 'riiM
for the' handsome Presfdeat of thf
Supreme Soviet. f '-x?, A
, lAODynov men made speech.
Hft Called aUentinn tn Riicaiatt .xi.
ntific gains and proclaimed that
uiey wouia oe used tor peace. He
ended with "Viva Mexico!"
Mrs. ; Church; a nrl Varhnrnnirh
jumped in with some stirring
speecnes oi tneir own also cn
peace. Both are. good speakers.-
"For men ami ammnn ii.dMl.
ed to lawmaking," Mrs. Church
pointedly reminded the Mexican
lawmakers, "there is nothing mors
important than maintaining (he
individual liberties of the people."
Unquestionably, however, tha
Russian delegation had icored hea heavily.
vily. heavily. The -newspapers .featuring
pictures of Mexican and Russian
colons, next: morning emphasized
the .scone. .it- -.
MISSING NO TRICKS
Communism is anything but io io-pular
pular io-pular in Mexico, but Russiansas
mdividuals are. This is partly be because
cause because of Soviet scientific victories,!
partly because of the kicking a a-round
round a-round we have given certain Mex Mex-icans.
icans. Mex-icans.
When Gabriel Figueroa, famed'
Mexican motion picture camera cameraman,
man, cameraman, wanted to go to Hollywood,
the American consulate gave him
a long questionnaire regarding pa
political activities. Figueroa refus refused
ed refused either to read it or to go to
Hollywood. It so happens that he
is the cousin of new President Lor
pez Mateos. -.-.
When Dolores del Rio, who has
starred in hundreds of Hollywood
movies. Wanted In lain, .a I
UofScial.
Urement in Mexico Citv tn en,
"er oecause she once Sign
ed a Communist-front peace nett
tion. Kindly BiU O'Dwyer, the ex
ambassador intervened, and sha
"'-'"-v.i nuclei y
was, given, a visas
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Last week? .when President of
1 wcu- rresraent oi
the Supremo Soviet: Lobanov ask.
ea for a vis TrtTetnr unM..
i- through the United States, a U.S
n.ii.- i i. .t.., ... v:a4
wL.uijt n ea lor two pno
tographs, incidated s. lot of red
z i a -y ;
tape, mignt be. necessary
ed U.S. ambassador Rob Hill, one
of the smartest and most popular
envoys the United States has ev ev-er
er ev-er sent to Mexico.
"I may have to take this to the
newspapers," stormed ambassador
Bazikin. ;
"I assume you called me be-
cause you wanted something
done," soothed Hill. "Let me look
into it." a,
Hill decided it would be a 'big
plus to get a top Russian Official
better-acquainted with friendly A A-mencans
mencans A-mencans in America. He prompt prompt-lycut
lycut prompt-lycut red tape W Lobanov's en en-American
American en-American diplomats under Hill
are doing a good job. But the Rus Russians
sians Russians are missing ho tricks. And
1? ".,Ptry lon suspicious of
the "Colossus of the North," A A-mencan
mencan A-mencan diplomats have to be
smarter than the) Russians. For
the Monroe Doctrine today has
become as outdated as the Model
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CNITED 'STATES-AIR 'FORCK Xatin American" Mission Chief gathered at AJbrook AFB Dec. 1 through 4. for the semiannual
Cartbbeaii Mr Command USAP mission conference. Besides maintaining missions in 17 Latin American republics, the USAF
also ia MDresehted on the Joint BrazUian-US Military Commission and maintains a Military-Assistance Advisory Group In the
Dominican Republic. Mai. Gen. Truman H. Landon, commander, Caribbean Air Command, who supervises USAF Latin Amer American
ican American activities is shown with conferees. Front row left to right): Col. William R. Calhoun, Jrv Chile;: Col. John J. Thornhill,
Dominican Republic: CoL Glenn C. Thompson, Bolivia; Col. N. E. Powel, chief .of staff, Caribbean Air Commnd; Mai. Gen.
Truman H Landon.' commander, Caribbean Air Command; Col. Earl H. Dunham, Cuba j Col. Fred O. Easley, Jr., Venezuela;
coL Richard F Weltzin, Argentina; and Col.. James C. Robinson. Jr, Ecuador. Back -row (left to right): Lt. Col John C.
Lavson ParaBuav Col. -Gerald MjClugston, Colombia; Col. James P. Lyle,' Honduras; Col. George W.. Crlss, Jr., Peru; Col.
Clure E. Smiths Jr., Uruguay; ColOscar G. Johnson, Haiti; Col. Philip 0. Doornbos,' El Salvador; and Lt. Col.-Willit G.
Walker, ,t?icaragua.--(0lcal USAF Photo) I v

Army Reserve Unit To Be Activated

In Fort Clayton Ceremonies

An Army Reserve' Air. Defense
Battery bit been allocated and
assigned to Headquarters, -USAR-CARIBv
effective next Thursday,
with" headquarters at Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. Designated the 869th i-AAA
90mm Gun .Battery, the aew. unit
will be attached io the 4th Gun

"Battalion 517th Artillery, for the

use of faculties and equipment.
The l battery will be an early
Ready Reserve unit with 48 paid

drill assemblies per year in addi addition
tion addition to 15, days active duty for
training.

' The public will have an oppor-'
tunity to witness the actual cere ceremony
mony ceremony activating.the battery, which
will be televised over CFN at 7
p.m., Thursday'.KRepresentatives of
the Caribbean Command, U. S.
Army Caribbean and the 4th Gun
Battalion are expected to particip

ate, along with battery members.
The 15-minufc program, first of
its kind to be televised here, will

provide an insight into the vital

role of the reservist m tne u. &.
Army.
Highlights of the unit's lineage
are to be outlined before the gui

don is resented.

Hoifa May. Face
Corruption Charges
By Monitor Board
WASHINGTON,' Dep. 1 (UPI)
Teamster, President James K.
Hoffa soon may become the target
of corruption charges levelled by
the union's court-appointed, board
of monitors, Jt was learned Fn Fn-.
. Fn-. day.-Vji-kiV-ftTr?-1";
The monitors' two-man majpr majpr-!ty
!ty majpr-!ty ( appeared likely to move a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst -iHoff a) personally in the
wakeiof yesterday court order
giving ? them sweeping authority
W clean up' the Teamsters.
In issuing the order, Federal
Judge Dickinson Leets made
plain he felt he could oust Hoffa
fmm ths nniAn nr.iidencv or mul

ish him for, contempt- if he failed

to obeyvithe clean-up orders.
Hoffa,, asked in Miami Beach,
Fla., if he were afraid of losing
his job, promptly fired back that
he was Jnever fraid of anything
let alone losing my job,'
Teamsters' attorneys were cer certain
tain certain to aPPl Lett' ruling. But
I ft apparently will take several
days before an -appeal can-be
made because, of delays "W pre preparing
paring preparing legal papers.
So far. Monitor .Chairman .Mar .Mar-tin;F,
tin;F, .Mar-tin;F, .;'Ponoghue ,;andp his col-
fcague Godfrey. P.i Schmidt, : who
fcrm-'ans-ltnti'Hoffs majority, have
aimed their fire atJHoffa's lieu lieutenants.
tenants. lieutenants. -'": '
The Teamsters' rebelled at mon monitor
itor monitor demands that they bring
charges against one of Hoffa's
Detroit associates, wen Bert
Brennait; based on testimony that
Brennan misused union welfare
furids. -ik ,:''.':
comply i-witii that and nine other
orders ie ,'moaitors say have not
been ;oh(iyd..':yJV ,V l
TWO tliNAOPRS JAILID
LJEWES England .MVfl) A
teenagers was: fsefltenced:. to two
yearsln prison yesterday 'and .an
other sent ; to reform school for
mugging and robbing: British ac
tress Anri ;Todd at t)ie seaside ri ri-sort
sort ri-sort Of gBrigtow. The Sussex as as-sizes
sizes as-sizes "judge r sentenced Ronald
Charmair. a 19-year-old lahowsr
to jail, and Hymwn Atkins, to
the reformatory .for attacking
Miss Todd last Oct. 5 and steal stealing
ing stealing a. hahdbaf, two compacts, a
wallet and .five pounds ($14).
APPROPRIATE SYMBOLS
CHICHESTER, England UPI)
The stofte hlrds atop the gate
posts in front of the inland reve revenue
nue revenue lncbme' tax office here are
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Louisiana Pioneer's
Heirs Sue Producer
Off LaFiffe Film
NE WORLEANS, Dec. 13 (Upl)
-Film moeiii Cecil B. DeMille to-

lay faced court action for super

vising a movie wmcn allegedly
misrepresents the life of Louisia Louisiana's
na's Louisiana's first governor.
Henri Claiborne, great-grandson

of ex-Gov. William C. Claiborne,
filed, a petition through an attor

ney here yesterday asking that

DeMille be forced to testify Jan.
2 at a deposition hearing about

thevfilm, The Buccaneer." -,i
The petition was filed by attor attorney
ney attorney Hugh M. Wilkinson only "hours

before the movie was to have its
world premiere at the Saneger
Theater with a gala parade

viewed by about 10,000 persons jn
downtown New rleans.
Claiborne, of Center Cross, Va.,

had said he would seek damages

if the movie were shown as. it

was. 'No changes were made and
Claiborne kept his-word.

The mm, supervised ty DeMille
and1 directed by his son-in-law,

Anthony uinh, depicts a romance
in the early 1800s between pirate

Jean LaFiUe and a girl named
Annette, described in the movie
as a' daughter of Governor Clal-

borne. .-,y ...
The petitiohncontends it would
have been impossible for the gov governor
ernor governor to have had a legitimate
daughter old enough to have had
an affair with LaFittc
The 77-year-old DeMille, here
for the premiere, replied:
"Certainly no slight on the char character
acter character of Gov. Claiborne was in intended.
tended. intended. He! was a fine governor,
a fine; man In all depiction of
history, whether in pietures or
novels, you' have to tecope,the
salient facts onto a larger canva?.
This was done $ by Thackeray
Scott, Dickens.''.' V ,; ;

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i Capt Juto yelei-Muflos wiU be World War II.

battery, commander, with First Lt.
William J. Joyce serving as exe executive
cutive executive officer.
Individuals whose basic branch
is other than artillery will not be
required to change for a ppriod
of four years after assignment to
the unit. But, the individual may
do so earlier if he so desires.
Personnel of other services must
transfer into the Army Reserve
before1 they are eligible, for assign assignment
ment assignment to the battery.
Persons eligible for the 869th
AAA Battery are urged to avail
themselves of this opportunity to
join a ready reserve unit. All Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Area Ready Reservists below
the grade of captain are eligible
for assignment.
The new unit will meet on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday nights from 7 to 9 p.m. in
Building 207, Fort Clayton.
History shows that the 869th
aaa was formed on June 23, 1942,
at Camp Hulen, Tex., and was tak taking
ing taking part In the Port Lyautey oper operation
ation operation in French Morocco by Nov November
ember November 1942 during the Algeria
French (Morocco campaign. The

battery participated in many of
the European campaigns during

RDMB! rtTPn -J Intrinr Mini.

ter Fernando TambronL muat de decide,
cide, decide, by the end of the month

whether pwball machines, or

here, are to be banned in. Italy.
Last August police decided not to
renew licenses permitting opera

tion oi pinoaa machines in ltaiy i
bars. The licenses expire Dec. 31.

'FLIPPIRS" PATI AT STAKI SENTENCED TO DEATH

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NEW DELHI," India (UPI) A
36-year-old fakir. wa sentenced to
death tola .' beheading a
young disciple before a shrine 1b
Punjab state. The prosecution
said the condemned man, FauTe,
Shah, asked disciple Munshi Ranr,
24, to bow his head in prayer, at
the shrine, then took 4 knife and
decapitated himT

RFC. JOE G. FLORES, U.S. Army instructor at the U.S. Army
Caribbean School, receives a certificate of achievement from Col.
Cecil. Himes, school commandant. Flores was a member of the
original staff, when the USARCARIB School was opened in 1949,
and returned three yeans ago after serving at several other duty
stations. The award was presented for his meritorious perform perform-'ance
'ance perform-'ance and outstanding military bearing. (U.S. Armjr Photo)

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ELKS LODGE PLANS GALA PARTY THIS EVENING
TO INAUGURATE NEWLY-AIR CONDITIONED LOUNGE
The aewly-alr conditioned lounge in th B.P.O. Elks
Lodge 1414 on La Bora Road In Balboa will be inaugurated
this evening at a gala party scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m.
i All Elks Tiaiting In the area are invited vto attend with
their friends. Lodge officials extend a special Invitation to
(Iks members who are assgned here with military forces.

Hijf Club Opens
Per Navy Men

A festive party ii planned for

inw evening ai me rmenui nu nu-vat
vat nu-vat District, marking the opening

of ihe newly-decorated and refurn refurnished
ished refurnished Enlisted Men's Club.
The club is located in the build building"
ing" building" which formerly housed the
Nsvy Exchange, and includes a
new lounge for chief petty officers,
a game room and enlarged dining
facilities.
Tonight's party will feature
dancing, dining and cocktails all
complimentary.
Miss Montoya Becemei
Bride Of Dr. Rames
Of outstanding social interest
this week was the nuptial ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony in the Church of Cristo Rey In
which Miss Julieta Ramona Mon Montoya,
toya, Montoya, daughter of Mr. and Mr
Juan A.- Montoya, became the
bride o." Dr. Anibal Ramos. He is'
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfret

Ramos
Traditional nuptial mulic was
presented by Miss Carmen Lina Linares
res Linares and Miss Carmen Camacho
Given in marriage by her father
the bride was gowned In white
r'ir. The dres wis fashioned
on hee mpire line and was em em-oidersd
oidersd em-oidersd with pearls. Her veil
v of white illusion.
'rs Gracie'a Melendez, cousin
he bride, served as maid of
- and was escorted by Wil-
Mendenon. Flower girls
'rr Luz Molina and Amin Amines
es Amines Ramos Jimenez. The
'- 'rer was Irma del Carmen
Arras, and ring bearers

were Ricado Melendez III and

Eduardo Glelchma.i.

The bridal reception was held

after the church ceremony at the
home of the brldt't uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Melendez
The newlyweds have gone
to Mexico for their honeymoon.

Mrs. Sletkin Tt Host

Mn. M. S SlotVin 5439A tfnrli-

cott Street, Diablo Heights, will

oe nosiess at a meeting oi tne
Book Review Section of the Canal
Zona College Club Thursday morn

ing at 9:30.
Mrs. Thomas S. McKibbon will
be co hoitess.

Children Te Entertain
At Atlantis Sid Meeting
Th monthly mpptin nf the

Atlantic Side Parent-Teacher As Association
sociation Association will be held in the gym
nullum nf the North Margarita

School Monday evening at :30.

Before the business meeting, a

ipecial Christmas programwill be
presented by the children of the
Gatun and .Margarita elementary
schools. Highlight of the evening
will be the rhythm band from the
South Margarita school.
Cray Ladles
Atlantic Side
The Atlantic Side Red Ooss
Gray Ladies have scheduled a
meeting for Monday morning at
9:30 In the Red Cross Building in
Old Cristobal.
Arrangements will be made ofr
th Christmas oartv to be eiven in

the Coco Solo Hospital wards.

All Gray Ladies are requested i
to attend the meeting.

Heeling

Retired Workers Assn.

The Canal Zone Retired Work

eri Association will elect new of

ficers for the 1959 term at a meet

Ing Monday evening at 6:30 at the
usual meeting place. All members

are urged to attend.
Canal Zone Baha'is

The Baha'is of the Canal Zone
will meet Sunday morning at 10

lor the fourth lesson on the study
of Islam. Thi informal discussions
are held each Sunday morning in

tne community Building in curun
du.

Mother, 4 Children

Slabbed To Death;

Police Hunt Youth

EL CAJON, Calif., Dec. IS
(LTD A mother and her four

small children were found dead

all fatally stabbed in their
home last night and police
launched a manhunt for an 18-

year-old boy the family had be

friended on Thanksgiving Day.

Thomas pendergast, 39, an
employe of convalr Aircraft, said
the youth forced him at gun gunpoint
point gunpoint to drive him 15 miles to
downtown San Diego. There,
Pendergast told police, he dis disarmed
armed disarmed the boy, who fled on
foot, and hurried to notify au authorities.
thorities. authorities. When El Cajon police went to
Pendergast's suburban home
here, they found the bodies of
Lois Pendergast, 37. sons David,
9, and Tom 6, and daughters
Diana, 4. and Elient 22. All were
knife victims.
The distraught father said he
had no idea hie family had been i

killed when he came home from

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Ingrid Bergman wis radiant la

white m'nk and spangles at tne
London premiere of "Ion of The

aixth Happiness,;' and few per persons
sons persons at the fiafa occasion noticed

an unobtrusive woman all io

black, with a modest little, per'

sian, lamb wrap, who slipped in
a side door of the Odeon Cenema
and left in the same shadowy
fashion. It was Renee Ashertofl,
the widowed Mrs, Robert Donat,
who'd come to te her husband's
last film perfomrnace. Rrrol

Flynn is alarming hL friends by

spending a vacation in unente
Province, Cuba heart of the Cas Castro
tro Castro country. But in true adventur

er fashion, he even Ioked about
how much publicity he'd get if

the rebels should decide to cap capture
ture capture him. i

Insiders, say it cost Marlon

Brando a fortune (estimates run
as high as $110,000) to get rid of
the director. on his latest flicker

so he could direct himself. .Ma

rie McDonald has twitched to
playing It for laughs. Her newest
beau is Marty Allen of the come comedy
dy comedy team of Allen and DeWood. .
Desplts all the reports that Shar Shar-man
man Shar-man Douglas wou'd toil as publi publicity
city publicity representative for Hugh O' O'-Brisn
Brisn O'-Brisn In London, she says her
three-week trip to the British ca capital
pital capital will be all fun and no gain gainful
ful gainful employment. She doesn't in intend
tend intend to work until after the holi holidays.
days. holidays. Susan Hayward figures to be become
come become one of the richest of the
movie beauties this yr. Shd Just
sold her West Coast real estate
properties for liOO.OOO and she
owns 37 per cent of "I Want To
Live!" a good reason for her to
go to Rome to ballyhoo the pic picture's
ture's picture's European premiere. Sev

eral manufacturers of nome fur furnishing
nishing furnishing are In receipt of corre correspondence
spondence correspondence soliciting free loot for

Jayne Mansfield s new nouse, on
an endorsement deal, and imply implying
ing implying that plugs will follow. .Their
more romantic chums hope Vic
Damone and Pier Angeli will re rekindle
kindle rekindle That Old Feeling while
both sre m New York this week.
Eva Bartok'n most frequent es escort
cort escort in Rome Is a tall, husky and
handsome chap named Robert
Lawrence Lay, but she denies a a-ny
ny a-ny romantic interest In Mm, tell telling
ing telling inquisitive newspapermen he's
"emoloved" as her bodyguard.
(Now I'll tell one'-). .
. The Srdi Set is gabbing about
one of Broadway's favorite ac actresses,
tresses, actresses, who went to a psychia psychiatrist
trist psychiatrist o get rid of her problems
and developed a new one. The
head-sbrinker fell in love with
her. (PS. She decided to find an another
other another couch,)
Show bis Oulr question: Is Glna

Lolobrlflda comDleUly haooy a

bout having Vul iBrynner replace

sne iste Tyrone rower as her co

ttar la "Solomon and Sheba" .
. .One of thf beat dramatl shows
on the Main, Stem foet on two-

fen starting -thit week. .Nancy
Walker and husband Davi' Craig

looked like. H Happy pair a tne
Upstair at the Downstairs the

other nlfht, Indicating those rift

rumors may well be for th- birds
Kin Kendall's description of her
self to the British oress will a

mute her friends on this side of

the Atlantic. "I am goli.u back to

my job it nanny." said Kay s at attractive
tractive attractive titter. "I live quietly in
Locust Valley with a widow who

hat two Children.' She goes out to
work and 1 stay home to look aft

er the youngsters. I m a real Eng

lish nanny. After tuit state

ment. let no critic charge that

Sophia Loreh isn't well cast as

maidservant in "Houseooat.
Local last buffi will by delight-!

ed to learn thit Charlie Byrd, the
jazt futurist whose fame bit
preceded him from Washington, 0.
C.. will appear with Woody Her

man t the Roundtable beginning

Dec. IS. .Otto Premlnger hat

had tevertl chtneet to tell the

screen rights to the Leon Urit
hnnlt "f.xrjdili." which he our

chased months before publication,

but he't hanging on to it. He plans

to mike the novel into r 3v hour

movie.
That ainsina arouo c l ed The

Lonethoremen come by t h el r

name honestly. All four of them
work at Hudson River ttevedoree

between tkow business bookings.
. .The new fad in Greenwich Vil

lage is black eye-patches-whether

or not they're necemry. .Annie

Girardot, one of tne leading ac ac-treuset
treuset ac-treuset of France, it about to
waltz down the aisle with Nor-

bert Carbonnaux, the director.

She's the girl who won tn covet covet-ed
ed covet-ed role of the heroine In the Par Paris
is Paris vertlon of "Two For Th See See-taw."'
taw."' See-taw."' Snvma Shmirai has had Color

camerat follow Queen Frederlki,
her daughter and her M pieces of
ltieoatta all across the United

States and will prwent hei with

the foots ee when Her Majesty's

viit hri ii at an end. . .Carol

Bmce Is maklna the rounds of

the night spots with Milton Rsck
mil. o' U-I and Becea Recd

There's some verv funnv Madison

Avenue-ese In "Rally Round The

Flag, Boys!" Sample: a subur suburban
ban suburban matron dlscussina conmnntty
problems begins briskly, "Now,
garbage disposal-wis. ." . .It
would seem to be mighty strange
casting, but producers of the
Broadway show based on the life
of Mayor Fiorello LsGua" nre

said tc be interested m MicKey
Rooney for the d.

Bv OIWALD JACOIY
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Judge Lifts Strike Ban
Against Airline Pilots

NEW YORK. Dec. IS (UPI)-A
federal 1udge yesterday lifted a
strike ban aeainstthe Air Line
Pilots Association, freeing the m m-nion
nion m-nion to go on strike against A
merican Airlines.
A spokesman for the ALPA said
at the union headquarters in Chi Chicago
cago Chicago that "we have no immedlete
or advanced plans for a strike."
The spokesman said talks had
been in progress since Tuesday
between American and the pllotl
union.
"A strike will not be something"
that will happen overnight, If It
happens at all,' the spokesman
said.
The airline had been grinted i
temporary retraining order Nov,
24 preventing the pilots from go go-inp'on
inp'on go-inp'on strike at a time when
walkouts by machinsts and flight

enpincer had grounded two other

airlines. Eastern and Trans world.
American charged at the time
that the nilots had not bargained
in good faith and had not ex exhausted
hausted exhausted all remedies under pro provisions
visions provisions of the Railway Labor Act.
The court later continued the re

straining order and took under
"dvisement a request by the air

line for a temporary injunction.

In his lengthy order handed

down vesterdav. Judge Frederick
K. Van Pelt Bryan vacated the
original order and denied the com

pany's application for a tempora

ry inmnction.
At the same time, Bryan turned
down a request by the pilots for
dismissal of a complaint filed hy
American against the union,- The
complaint included a $540,000 claim
for damages representing alleged
loss from threats of a strike and
for additional damages, in case
Of a strike.
The nearlv 1,500 pilots employed
by the airline had been set to go
on strike at midnight Nov. i!t af after
ter after a breakdown in more than IS
months of bsrgainlng on a new
contract.
American said the "third pilot"
issue was the miior stumbling
block in the way of settlement of
the dltpute. The pilots were re reported
ported reported to have demanded that a
third qualified pilot be assigned
to all jet planes which the airline
planned te begin operating next
Jan.U.

HOLD MIPICAL CONGRESS
MOSCOW (UPD More than
1,300 medical scientists and physi physicians
cians physicians are attending the first all

Russian congrets of therapeutists

here. Treatment of high blood

pressure tnd thrombosis of blood

vetsels will be stressed in reports
presented to the weeklong meeting.

This comfortable VONO BED folds away

complete with bedclothes
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cwasjjsstt faMiag W. The Vooo Rollwy U ajujek tad ewy M
fold away, with U the bedrfethe inside. Io the daytime you tittply
wheel it out of sight it's fitted with casters. The Rolls wsy bed hsi t
sturdy ina tarn, aa spesiai sprint along the aid and

tot eetoplete somtert.

r r

' 7" "" 1111 tTniwP

The unluckv tknert lookad lilta

a different berson. Hit ttn

gay. His eyes twinkled and he
tooked as unlike hit normal self
as possible.

I nns iy took care of Larceny
'Lou," was hit' opening remark.
''Ha opened the a nf hai-i

tgalntt my six apade contract
tnd rontlmiAri th aitlt In anlt

of receiving the deuce from hit
aprtner.
"1 drew trumps and did a little
thinking. Why did Lou continue
heartt tnd why did hit partner
signal for a thift? Obvlouily,
Lou's partner .held the diamond
king tnd wished for a diamond
thtft or more obviously Lou did
not hold ih diamond Vino- AW Haft

would have shifted and made me

guess ngnt sway..
"How could 1 mike the htnd
if Eait Wftl-a n hftM that ilia.

mond king? Fityl A Vienna
Count I craved two rminria il

trumpi, cashed dummy' t ace of

diamonds, came dick to my own
hind with the lee of clubs and
ran the rest nf mv tt-nmna Thi-a.

diamond discards left dummy
with the king queen nine of
clubt while 1 held the queen and
one diamond nd a small club.
Since East hid started with four
clubs and the king of diamonds
the coup worked tnd I mide the
Ham.

"Sounds wonderful." T ssM

"But 1 would still bewirt of

Larceny lou."

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TODAY'S QUESTION j
Your partner answers yout
four no-trump with a bid of five j
spades to show three aces. wh,t I
do you do?

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Answer Tomorrow

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON -The State De

partment, on new Soviet threats

on the future of Berlin:

"The United States, which has

made no threats, will not be de

terred by threats from defending

its rights and discharging its re responsibilities
sponsibilities responsibilities to 2Vi million free
people in West Berlin.'

MSCOW An official Soviet an

nouncement, on the Berlin crisis:

"It should be reminded that thr

Soviet troops are not in Eastern
Germany in order to show the
Western powers the road to Ber

lin."

WASHINGTON Federal Judce

F. Dickinson Letts, warning the

Teamsters Union he can remove
its president, James Hoffa, if the

union continues to-defy the mon

itors he appointed to clean it up.

Remedies are not lacking in

our judicial processes if the .or

ders of the court are viola violated,
ted, violated, disregarded or ignored.'

NF.W YRK Hrhert A car

former editor of the I.nnlcvilU ICv

Courier Journal, on how IsrscI

has changed the role of the Jew

in worm intirt;
"No loneer fa lha Jour th dnnr.

mat of history, resigned to his

laie. looay ne can not only de defend
fend defend his rights and freedom, but
he is able to contribute construc constructively
tively constructively to solutions of I ho wnrlH'a

jilt."

If the hostess to a small srroun

notices that the women are doing
all the talkine. while. hr man

guests sit back looking bored
with all the feminine, chatter,
the should step in, tnd turn the
conversation toward tome topic
thit will interest the men and
get them to talking, too.
A good, hostess doesn't let such
I situation v arise.

Cheryl To Remain
With Grandmother
Six Months More

SANTA MONICA, Calif. Dee. II
(UPl)-Cberyl Crane, u.-daught
er of actrest Lint Turner, it mik miking
ing miking good OrrtSresS and wilt nmtln

in the custody of her maternal
inndmother for at least tlx mora
montht. '.

Sunerlor Juris- Allan r

said Thursday a review mf rha

teen-ager'i case tlnct the killed

per mowers lover. Jonnny stom stom-panato,
panato, stom-panato, with a butcher knife last
April 4, showed ah wis doing
well..

fh will flintla mavJf a fk.

COlirt while III linr wntilmntkar1.

cuitody, Lynch, taid. :

Neither Miss Turner r Vha.

yl'i fither, rettattrint owner
Stenhen Crane. nhl(nrfi t rharvUn

rmaining with Mrs, Mildred TuT:T
ner, the grandmother. -1 V

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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWtPAPES
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JSTHMIAH CHURCH NOTICES
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Church cf Christ

fein?ca g4a uT&'em 11
1:00 p-aa. -
CaUSTOfJALi' American UflM Matt,
Sorvio gundat Ui $.
UO AAJO; Mouse N WU IIUs 1
BuBda 4i0 OJe 5, ,
Unitarian
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UMiautlAJI
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Matter fate
luitf 'inVlUtttaef
reitgiua.
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" f'
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-, 0:4 4.
Sunday 0,.;ii,',w''" lluO "'
iwuriuiig worenip ,.4g pu,
'iramn Onion "" UW p-m
i Sriliernooil-wv jstonaay
: kJCft ttionui
i WMU-4u Monday I;! pJnV
turn 'Aturt ghuhci
Balboa Height, C. &
ul Artcen Boulgvare
ONtll r BalOO HelgM
Phone sUlhoe iW
Vtltiaai stBeeo. fester .,
Sunday School, i'l?
Morning Worship v
Baptist Training Union
Evangelistic Service ........ '!;
frayer MMting, Wentieadey. I H
f kli Blbla Study tteun-
t!S ir1od"-'liiai
Honda tn nontbl 1
10 OJa
JO PJB)
"ftitWiscw
- laarparita Avanua it Stir Strait
Wariarlta. Canal Zona
Wandall C raraat. Pa
lunda School ,,.'' ,f !JJ j
SaptiM frafeini Union....,,. f :
Svonini .Vwhip WvMji.
fti utharnondrTutadaya" i I0'"
niumarnonn, v-.
Praytr Sarvlcaa. Wadnoaaaya
W H.u. ltt rq rrioaya
fjrtdayo
............ I:U pjb
Salvation Army
tNoN-l)ioMlnattunal vanllrtta
- ' Maatlnta) ..
PANAMA. CJTV V-;.-.'; .' 'i-. I
It Vabruaty Straat, Phon: M M054
11 too Hoiuiaaa Mtaunp
1:00 punoay scnooi .:
' Salvation Maatini
PARAISO, C.I..
Envoy Mn, C. I Moialoy
(Julana Straet
11:00 Holinesa MMtn
COtON CtNTRAL f i
Sr Captain Mra. H. Grant
Uth itraat, Phone SI Ttt
11:60 Holinau Mtalln
?:00 Sunday School
:k Salvation Mttn
C01.0W THIKO jSTRIIT
Sr. Captain S. Tajflo -11:00
Hollnaaa Maatln
t:00 Sunday School
t:30 Salvation Maatlni
RAINBOW CITY. C.l.
envoy J. Olll w
1:00 Sunday School
t:IO Salvation Maatlnp
Union Churthes ;
"ATaav. Oacai W. Olaan, faator
' Balboa Read at San Pablo Itraat ,,
paater'i phono tl4M
Church of flea tSMI
I SP am. Churah Sehool fraa ktif
lOrvicc. Cleans ior an i v
10:80 a m.Worhip Barviel -Church
Time Story Hour for Kindergarten
and Primary Children. Chureh-Tlraa
Cradle Roll ana Nurstry.
. .nn m Pmt Uisti Pallowlhia
' M m.-i:00 p.m. Junior High
Tellewahip.
(:00 p.m. SOnlor High fellowship.
MARGARITA
, Mareafita Ave. and Bolivar Mry.
' Rev. Theodore F-. Franklin Paitaf
. Phonaa: Office, 8-2842. Rea 3-1411
Sunday' Barvtraoi' '
I-4S a ro, Church School. Bua aervlea
' Claanear Nuraery through adults
i Nnrtaf- fot infanta and arnall eWl
! 1-00 'p.m. iinlor Frllowihlp. (
' A complete ichedule nf e"niary ae
i v tM ano oiiiciai niv"n
A
0'VHO .. J
KeV. Wewer m. mncr-.nn, r..
'. Of : 0-470 R -l.10 -; -i:30
a.m Stindav 3chnol ( ...
, 10-40 am Morning Worahlp.
nrfirlal meetlnao and weeiti-daf eM
IHt annmmred

Baptist

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ChNNhM l fa Miaf laltka th Csssl Xdo. gg (kg rarmiaal hIm
, nawl Saik In wrtting fee WogMeaat pM tk lafpaf ? thango
; fa IM aamlag Saturday' (hvrcb pp. r
Miplafen, kutcb aaerafenet ip4 kplalm or ak4 Merm'ta
f 'iaaaa ppf Cola. Ilpkli pi PiMma, art4 troleom at U
tlmia fp pmp nd ama af fk nng tervlt, tni H elvllUp aalgk.
ken, Madi ng mmm .A T;:'r". '.
Ai paklht tarnea. Tk Pipgnig Amarlaia (ltt kolaw. ky aoaoml
aalieai. netltta af kaart pi Mrtkip t4 Pkl Mgwlai iukia.
Hating era rafttg Iraa Ha fa fi. 6MMlMfhMt kdvlnd pply
pag ffwa apairpgMiPM gr Hg tm4m "Otke Ckufakt larrleaa
' A ipoelal littlRg a) ialag4 lor atrvice at Amy pP), Al far kai
aad Navajj atafiana. v--.:V:f,.: ,: r. :

Citblic
ST.. MART'S CMURCB-albaa
Sunda Mamaa
18. a:eo. ipioo
end
ii:v a.m. '
Hoi Day Maaaaat lit. gigg. Ul t at
hd 6:00 a.m
i CanfaaalonaF Satucda. 1-J ta km
Ad 7.00 ta :U0 am Thunxlaj. pafar
Flrat Frldav: :00 ta 1:0a am
Mlraeuloua Medal No ana: tg aai
Catechism! dual attar tb to eaaaa
W1 vunuRf.
Hin Seneoi Bttiap Clap I J g.m. an
Wednesday.
' Y BACfcED BKABT Aaeea
aunaay Him: :, 7:30 g:I em
Italy Da Hawaii Ifll am art Von
p.m. .......
Cohitaeionai Banirda :3t to IW and
rill t 1:00 P.M. Thuroslav oaf or rim
Friday ?:00.p.itv
Panraj HmM Dtiaiu: IM ml a
Irridaya
xataciuan Clpi :U M 44 pja. M
fhunday. .
OUP. U Of fATIMA-Caraada
Sunday Uaaa at 4:00 a.m
Saly bay Man a PiW p.ak.
infawiona: :6P to ba an tat.
arday.
Catachlam Claaai Saturday lit ta II
ST. iOBtlm faralaa
Sunday Maasca at 1:00 and 1:11
Confamionai fiahirda Pda to vi ina
P:30UT:Uk
catacntnn ciaaat Sunday t:0p ta 4:00
Mlrduloua Uadal Nai t aa
onrriday,
vonvan inavucaaaai TPuraday IlPO
P.a., ...
.Z:'&?9toaurn cut'
Suhda Mataa: PM.aBd :M
noiy Manaaii an tips p.
(It it (alia mi Sah
l:M and lit a.a I
Saturday the Maaaat are
CoAfnaionat Sarurdat 10 ta 1:00 and
1:00 ta 8:00 p.m Turd!r bafora finri
riu,T au p.m .
Mlrtculou Maaai Novana and St
Uona or ina Croat! strlda trio a.m.
CttaehMtt Claaai Aftar 140 aiaai an
sunaay .
Thtinda
Convan aaaaj M .a, Tuoaday an I
ST, THERKSA'S CaS
Sunday Mass. 1:30 a m.
Holv Dv Mass. 8:00 ajn. (It H (all
in Saturday 0:10 a.m. I
tattemam ciaai 1:19 ta p:o a an
Monday.
conratnonar p:oo to f :w a nv lunaay.
BT J0HA APTIST OS M SALU
Parliaa ltavra
Sunday Mama J0 and : i.m.
T SIS a,T anpaW i P .aPW vOUNI.i tiimii
Pri. and Bat tint Friday maaai 1:00 a m.
Holy Day aiaaaaai 0:oo a J, to 1:00
p-m. ,.
Canfaanat 1:10 ta 4sM and 1:110 ta
:00 pjn. as Saturday.
Miraeuioua maaai riovanai maay is
Cat'aehlan Claaai 1:10 p.m on Sunday
st, rmcsaisrsi km
Convart Claaai Monday 1:10 p.av
lunday Maati 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mau: l:J0 p.m
Canfaaalonai Saturday tiao ta I: JO a.m
Thunday before Pint ridgy 1:30 m..
waiacniam viaaa: ;ia p.m on aunoiy
Baerad Heart Novant 1:00 pat, an
Friday
convert eiaaa: a: jo ant on inunaay
ATLANTIC S1DB
; ST JpSFH't-Cala
Sunday Mast: :4a, g:00 and 1 :1 a m.
Holv Day Maaaaai 4:41 and 1:00 a.m.
and 1:48 p.m.
conleauona: Mturaay 4:uo ta :oo no
J:00 to 1:00 p.m.
MiracUlouk Medal Novanai Wadneadar
1:15 and t:M pjlt
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 7:11 0.M
Sunday Bvenln Servlcea 7:00 a.m.
Convert Claaai Thle a.m on liondava
and Thuraday
cateeniam ciara: Sunday 10:10 a m ta
u, .m a:uu p.m to :uu pm.
Flrat FrldaXxnoaltlan af Meat Slats.
ed Samamoni all' day Kaaaaltlon at 1:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
Flrat Saturday Devotion to our Lady
of ratlma-The Holy Rosaryi:00 am.
Flrat Communion Irultructloju for chil.
dren Mondaya and Thurady l;M u
i iaa pm. s
MIRACULOUS MCOALCrtattbal
Sunday Maaaea: T.OO, I .M and 0:M a m,
liUpm f
CenfcaalMial Saturday 41 ta 4:00 and
?;M tl:oo pm. Attar ftnaary ac ev-
tlng. v
Mlraeuloua Medal Naeanai iia a
J .-oo p.m. a Monday.
Cateeniam Clean i Arttv S' Maa an
Sunday
"?Vrraf7 soaitiae all day during
the School Year,
rim Saturday! Mate at 10 (ai,
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH In Miritrtl
aunaay ntaaaet: 7 J0, 11:30 a m
sum omuruav iwasa: ., v
Weekday Mamaa;
sawrdiy .. t0 pm. to
Mlraeuloua Medal Novena
Holy Day MasM t JO m.
Confemlon :U p.m. to
every Monday v
Perish Family Roatry end
a .Hull ml I a
1 4 00 a m
1:00 a m
1:0 M
7:00 p.m
1:11 km
4:41 .m
tp.m
every Wedneaday.
DlMiiWoji tnoulry
Oaun
JO n.
aiiy w nan
ltt. Friday Devotion ,,
lat, Saturday Devotlona.
7 0 p m
T:0 pm
IT. YINCKNTR-Ralnbew till
Sunday Mamam g:30 am ng im
Holy Day Maaaaai 40 a.m. nd gjgi.
o m.
tonteMiont. oo to ;O0 and life) t
i.w p.m oeiuraej
Catechind Clas; to 4 m x) unda
vnr.Twrt iiaw-avery Mony at 7
o.m
Mlraeuhuu Madai Mai IM
eg TnaaaaaT. : 7
11 em. eat
IMMACtUTt MNCmiORMn
Hunaav Maw In jn .
Ijoiy oy Mami go a.m
ConfaMinnai ta 1-00 g m. n lei.
irdey . i v
- C!whlvi Clew 40 a m an Mnn...
OUR LADY. OF OOOO COVNgKL
Sunday Mae Jiwo and l am,
Hely Day Maweai :0U a m aid :ti
SohfMion Saturday at 10 gm gog
liter Ml evening devotlJna, p
Bapuama by, appointment i t
Mlraeuloua Medal Novangt ft
rr'.V'-'
Sunday Sehool i i lo pn Sunday
, Kellgloua InatruttlAn Clam far; Chll
drjnj :0 p m a Thursday. I
Sellgieua tnttrutlr for adult (Can.
ducted tn Scants It 7:0 am aa Man.
ay
Convert tnatroetlont by appotnnneiit.

Epitccpil

Th RL Rev A. Hebe, deada B.T B
the Vary Rev, Malaart i, Petanaa,
S.T.I
r.- won .. ,(.:.,..
AAI UN.
TMS CATHEDRAL OP ST.
Ltms
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS '.
7:30 Jn, Holy Communion.
:1 a.m Church Sehool (Molf Cam
union irg Sunday i.
1:30 t-ta. Bant Cammunlea. 3rd Bun-
Batuela Domulleai :U l
lliOQ a.m Morning Prayer and Bar
gian. Holy Communion lei Sunday.
T:W pa. Bvaning same. ..
;: ( WtWJNIlBDAYS l
aJOaatHoly Communio.
71 pn ISratung Prayer,
SOL DAYS
4:0 aja Holy CowmunioR.
4 3 a n Holy Cammuntaa.
. BAtt-t
i lk a.av Momlna Prarei.
l:0 Ml-da Miaaianary Prayara,
cocou
Chatah el Si Andrew
The Rev William Batdarta,
Ptiaat ta Chaf
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7 JO a-m
Family Prayer and
Church Sehool Ill am
(Also Holy Communion tndj
Morning Prayer A- garmofl 11. 0 .m
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion I:M k.u
COaVOBAL
Chapel at The Good Bhapl
The R Clarence W. Ha:
yea.
Prlaat la Cbbrie
FRIDAYS
a:uo a.m. Morning prayer.
(H.C. flrat Friday aeh Month).
QAMBOA
St. Slmoa'a Cbatah
Tk Rev. John Soear. Prieat In Charge
Choral Biicharial and Ser-
SUNUAYS
7:00 a m
3:00 a m
:0A pm
7:00 P
cnuren Bchooi
Eplaoopal Voung Churchman
Church School
Evanaona ano sermon
lermi
MONOAYft TUESDAY
and FRIDAYS -Morning
Prayer and Rely
Communion ,.,
Woman'a Aufary. Bni" and
1:00 e m
7:0 p.m
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 7:00 a.m
Morning Praya ... I'M a.m
Evening Prayer 7 0 p.m
SATURDAYS
family Euchariat ......... f so am
Office af Compline i:M pm
LA BOCA
Ht Pater1 Church
The Aev. John Spear. Prlaat la Chart
Morning Prgyer end Church
School ;.-' am
mon .. ...... I: a.m
Confirmation Claa. ....... 0 am
Choral euchariat and 8r'
Holi Baptlam 13:00 hoon
Baptlam
Cvenlona and Addraaa ....
Srit MONDAYS
Woman' Auxiliary
,,t 1 JO p.m
rHURSDAYS r FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ... ... 0aaj
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven U B Shirley. Prleet In Charge,
THURSDAYS
i 30 a m. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church af St, Mtrgaret
Kapav and Braaoa Blvd.
The Rev. tdwia C. Webater
SUNDAYS
7:10 a m. Holy Communion.
1:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:0 ajn. Morning Prayer. (Holy
COmmimlon flrat Sunday of
the month)
THURSDAYS end HOLY DAYS
t:00-.m. Holy communion.
PAS alt"
The Rev Allan R. Weatt.
1 Prieat th Cherg
The Rev. Devld A Otberde,
Viear ffmerirnt
ST.TNOAVI
:00 .ia, Choral fucharlat Sermon
1:10 ajn, Infant rUptiax.
1 .00 m Church School
Ihe.d t Rutldlnk 131 1
am Youth Fellewahlp
11 in Evsawona and iddrgm
id and gtrTWEDNlSDAYJl
t JO pia Woman Auxiliary and AI-
ta- Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITY
. St. Pool' Chore
rhe V Lemuel B Shtriee, Reetar
The Rev. Carlte O. Morelea. Ant.
a:oo a m, noiyuommunien,
-on em. Sung tuchari! a Sentioh
4 a oi Momma Fvavet and Churer
SeMool ' v :
t:0O nn Holy Baptlam
70 n.m solemn vea
njEBoArs
g :30 a m Holt Commurilef
7 JO m, Evening Prayar and
WEDNESDAYS '
o:o tai Holy Communion
7:0 ty,iu, Evening Preyer
fhUTUSUAY AND FRIDAYS
4:30 i m Hal Communion
HOLY DAYS
g o g ra. Holy Caatnfunioat.
CHRIST CHURCH BT-THE-SJA
Colon, R P.
lOppoiit Hotel Washington)
The Rev. I. Peter Firmer, Rector v
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
- SUNDAY I
SM a m. Holy Communion
:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
1:00 a.m, Choral Euchariat and Sermon
lftja am. Chtuh Sehool . -f
JO p.m. Solemn Evning A genaoB
M6NBAY. tUtSOAY A TJtV'RSDAY
i a.m. Meriting rrayer
m am. Hoiy Communion
00 p.m. Evening Prayer
! ,40 a m. Morning Prayer
:00 a.m'. Ho)y Communion
JO p.m. Evening Prayer AddrM
')'. Friday 1
m. Morning prayar
ajn. Children's Euchariat
1:0 p.m. Evening Prayer
. SATURDAY ;.!,-, .,- H
I '40 a m. Morning Pray v
g oo int. Holy CemmuhloR
g:oo p.m. Evening rrayer
7 eg a.m. o:
Complthl-
' RIO ARA40 : '
;" ,' St. Chriileaher't Churek
i.) lOih Street, Pargti ltn-r
' Ta Rev Clarence W Ravea,
"a rrtm c"?i
i The Rev. Clarear A. CragweN,
' i Atetataal,. .; -1 ? 3
SUN ATI
g:00 a.m Italv Communion.
a.m Sunt Bucharisl and twan
10130 a.m. Morning Prayer and Church

Schoal. I

llg aaaa Holy Baptlam
0:30 p.m. EveneenL and
MONDAYS
I J aJa In and trd. Raman' Anal.
rUFSOAYB -v
1.310) dtraipy Ooughtan at th
'MO a.m Voufh Fellearahia. ...
WEDNESDAYS ;
I 00 a m Holy Communion.
Ifio p m Evening Prayer and Retlgleue
. : butruetlana.
rnunauaii
00 p a. O
trie rriendlv Srit
SATURDAYS
jr ana era, am
au
;ie am. Junior conflmatlan
Claaa.
Other Churches
' CHJJRCH OF tHB MARARRNB
44 Franglpani St, Aihkm CSV
Aav. ETmar O Nalaoo. Padvt
Bob H7 Balboa. tJL Tel 3X01
aunaay acnoai
:4a a.m.
worahlp Service .......... 1
Youth Service i
4t am
41 p m
:30 p.m
M pm
cvanganaut narviea
, rrayee aerrice. woo.
METHODIST
Sunday i I a.m. Panama Waaley.
" 10:3 a.m. Sunday School.
" 7:11 a.m. Evangellea) Servlea
ana nermun.
Sunday 7 a.m. parataa
, to ajn. rarauo aunaay aonooi
fill p.m. Parolee Evangelleal
Servle.
MRTHODlIT NOTICES
Sunday. Oct. llthwl a.m. Rev. Victor
John wateen R D. I p.m. Mr. A. A.
Uvell,
Monaay, Oct. imn o:io p m. prepa
ration Clan. Mr. Oeo, MltcheU. 7:30
p.m. Prayer matting Mr. Pearl Ford.
lueaday. Oct. zm 7:30 p.m. Girli
League. Mr. K. King.
f naay t:io pja.'-cnoir rractica.
CHURCH OFHE MAZARRNB
Margarita Sehool Oymnaalum
Patter Ralph L. Hyeaag
Write i Box Wig Margarita. C.I,
Phone: 1 U8J
Sunday School 1:11 i n.
Momirig Worahlp .. 110 a.m
Evening Service 1JO p.m
RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama P lira 8 treat Baat
iaB. N. Brawn. Minuter
DlvDie Worahlp 1:30 a.m
Sunday School 30 p.m.
Sunday Mamaa 7. 7:4S 11:4
11IU
Rio Aba, RJ?.
Sunday School ...........
1:00 p.m.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meeting Thuradaya at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundew et 4:00 pm Win Vemerial Vemerial-iog
iog Vemerial-iog Balboa Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormea)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Prieathood .Meeting: Sunday S JO a m,
Sunday School: Surlday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 1:00 p.m.
Relief Society; Tueaday 1:00 am.
MIA; Wednesday 7: JO p.m.
Primary; Thuraday 40 p.m.
. Telephone Balboa 4227
Atlantic Branch
Building ZOO. Schoolhouae Road. Gatun
Sunday School; Sunday 0:30 a m.
Sacrament Meeting; Bungay 11:00 a m.
CtlRUNDI) PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Resrtpd CHinrcB"
Milton R Ltldlg, ptlntMer
. Phone Re 83-7116 Of. R3-S103
Sunday School 1:30 a.ht
(A elaaa tor every age)
Morning Worahlp .i....... 110 em
Youth Fellowahip 1:00 p.m
Kavanlna Worshlo 7:00 p.m
Pryer and Prelie (Wed ) 70 p.m.
A church nureey In provioea.
OLb CATHOLIC CHUKCH
St Rapbaet The Arehannal
inpai
I
13th SL Waat No.
Ith
Holy
Euchariat! Sunday
ai
t! I M a i
Tuaedaya. Wednaaday and Thumdav
Saeramattl a Unetloe (Haaltna Bar.
vice) Flrat Sunday aaab aaarigh at
t: n.a.
NaHbat. Christian Chare
PanamA R. P
Rt Rev
t jamea D. D. BUbaa
affirtatlna.
Morning
devotion 1:0 a m
fellowship Worahlp 11:00 ajn
Sunday School 1:00 p.m.
THE CHRIST ADELPHIANB
Panama District
Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Sundey School J a.m
Morning Service 10 a.m.
Adult Bible Classes .each
Monday at V T JO p.m.
riivin s.rvl- 7:30 p.m
visitors are weieomt at all tarvlcas
and class.
BAHAI'B CENTER
4 Flrat Straat
Urbanlraclon CI Carmen, Panami City
informal Talk ana uiaeuetiona
hursdaya...,..,,..........g:00 use.
Caloa. Ith A Freni BtraeM
iBOttalri American Baaaar)
Study Clam
.Thursday. 790 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St.. Paralao, CX
Rev Waldaba H Stewart. Pter
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worahlp Servle
1:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:11 p.m. O 08 pel Service
Mnnd.v 7:30 Vnune PeOBlaa Society
Wednesday 1 7 JO Mid-weeh Christian
Fellowahip.
TAuraday: 1:00 wnou nenearaai.
Friday: 7 10 Women't Misslonery I
eiatjr.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
IS St. Parque Lefevre, Rio Abejo
A. J. Aavtek Ovareaer
Sis. C. Weeks, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:30
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
undav Nlaht Service 7:30.
wdnady and rnaey.
THE CHURCH OP GOD '
llth St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
, Rio Abajo
Rev. William, J. Johnson Pastor
.Sunday Sehool 1:30 am
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7 :30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7031 Eighth Stl, Colon
Mra. L. C. Donaldson, pastor
Sunday School ............ 1:30 a.m.
Morning Worahlp 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7 :3a p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mrs,' M. Hinea Pastor
Sunday School .1. ... 100 a m
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night Service ... ?30 pn
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD -Cor.
Jamaica ds Trinidad ta.
Rainbow Cily
Rev. William Livingston, patlar
Sunday School , I:.10a m
Morning Worahlp ., 10:80 .m
Sunday Night Servlea .... ? JO p.ia
COMMUNITY'1"' CNAPJCt,
Diahie Heignu, C.l.
(neaf D,ft" oehoal). A
, Rev. CittlY. Tkamaaoa, asinlM
. aev g Diaoia neignta
Phases i Heme. I
Gamaaa 111
tauren naiaee ti
Sunday' School
i0 m.
114 a.m
' 7 :00 p.m,
f jo am
7:30 p m
Worship Berv
Servle ........ r.
: Veuth Service
Evangellttlt Servlea ......
Wednesday i Bible Study-
and Prayer Servlea
' Lutheran
RFpttMKR LUTHERAN CHURCH
1 1 Belbee Read at Wight Street
Rev. stolwrl Oatelck, Fallot
' 0. Box lit, Balboa.
Sunday School, Blbig Clam I I.m.
' Divine Servke 10 II IM
Holy Communion, first Sunday at thi
month. s
, Atlantic Side
: CeeO Sale Chapel
Mr. Fraeerirk S. inick, Virar
Divine IsJiic it a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday Of tht
month.

Jewish

lewtv. wdljar keard Big. m l U
goea Aaau Baibaa. Ci, Rabbi Htthaa
ttkln llliector, -Aarvlew
Frida. IJ1 in a.aM.
Je am ...
i gee e'a uatlnga at Jewiah earvtem
jp(ar nv Raaaa Mg futienai,
Canjragauaa Rol Shaerlth laraet Are
alda Cuba and Itth Street, Bella Vleta
Panamt City Bervieoa pm
CKristiin Scientist
1 Chrbttan Sdeiic Churthte
Flrat Charrh at thrift, Bctaatlat, Aaeaa
! lag Ancon Boulevard
Sunday Sarvleaa 11:00 a m. Sunday
School 1:10 a.m.
Wednaaday 1:00 pjn.
Reading Raom 10 Balboa Read Open
daily axeept Bundeyt and holldaya from
1:30 to 11 SO a m. and 1:M ta 10 p.m.
Saturday t 1:30 to 11 90 a.m.
Evening Hour 1:00 to 1:00 p.m. except
Wedneadayt and Saturdaye.
FIRST CHUHCH OP CHRIST
SCIENTIST, Crlatdbal
Alt church aarvicaa will be bald ia
th Ground Floor Room of the Metonic
Temple in CrlatObal (next door to the
Margarita riorum. EntraneO ia en Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Avenue through the Arcade.
Sunday Servlea 11:00 a m.
Wednaaday Evening Teetimonlal Matt Matting
ing Matting 1:00 o'clock.
Sunday School It held tt 1:30 a m.
Reading Roam Houri Monday 1:00
ta 4:00 p.m. Wednaaday 1:00 ta 7:11
You are cordially invited ta attend
the tervleea and to uee the Reading
noom
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC BIDS
. PwimtaM
PORT AMADOR
Sunday Sehool
Morning Worahlp
Church-time Nursery School...
11
1060
10:0
FORI CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building Re.
1M) i
Morning Worahlp ..............
Thursday Evening Mid-Weak
Servlea
Youth Fellowship Sundav ....
10
10 Jg
7 JO
too
FORT K.OBRE
Sunday School
Morning Worahlp
Evening Worship
Worahlp Service. Madden Wye
Worship Service. Rio Hata ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier's FellowshipThure. ..
Officer' Christian Union Thurs.
ALBROOR AIR FORCk HASh
Sunday School
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)..
Morning Worship g:30 A
Youth rellewshla 7..
U S, NAVAL. STATION, Redman
10 iJ
7:01
7:00
I IS
6 00
7:00
101
1:1!
1:30
10-4
I JO
1:30
Sunday School
Mornli
iing worahlp
110
Holy Communion First Sunday
Of Month I
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Warship
(Holy Communion First Sundey
of Month).
Naval Radio Station. Summit...
Calbolle
FORT AMADOR
Dally Mam
Sunday Mamaa 70 A
Confessions, Saturday .. '3o A
Sunday w. 1:00 A
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mam
Sunday Maaaea T:U A
Confessions Saturday .. 1:10' A
FORT KORBB
Dally Maaa
Saturday Maatee
l:M
1:11
1:10
131
?:0
1:11
1:44
!
1:01
.. 4:l
.. 1:04
Sunday Maaaat 10
Monday Nevena Devotions ..
. Confessions Stturdsy . 4 00
A 11141
.. 7:10
A f:10
COROZAL
Sunday Mau 11:11
ALBROOR AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mam Iu
Saturdav Mesa 7:1
Sunday Massee 1:4 A ll:M
Reanlsh 70
Novenar Srvicea-Tumday ...... 7:0g
ConfeaMOna-Saturday 7:Ou
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Redmaa
Sunday Masa t:30
Jetrtab
FORT KORRR
Saturday 3:00
nsn-jwa. nihA
Friday 7:1
ALSROOR AIR FORCE BA8R
Saturday 4 :h
UHO-JWR (Balboa)
Saturday ,. I J
Atlantic Bros
Proisataai
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School-Bid. 361 .... 1:0
Morning Worahlp 10 JO
Prsvar rllnwhlo Mills MS
Tuesday 7 ill
KYBRWednasday-Post hapel 41
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel 7 J
TORT GULICK
Sunday School IJI
Morning Worahlp 10:48
Youth Fellowship. Sunday .... 1:30
Bible Study. Wednesdey 7:30
Ladles Chapel Culldy lit Thurs. 1:10
U S NAVAL STATION. Ceee Sole
Sunday School I ll
Morning Worahlp 110
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Celbelle
FORT DAVIS
Dally Mam 70
Sunday Mass vgjM
Confessions: Saturday 1:00
Sunday ,. MS
rokt GULICK
Sunday Masses ...... I JO and 1:10
Dally -Maaa 4:So
Saturday Maaa 11:30
Confessions (Sat.) 12:00 and 1:30
US. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sole
Dally Mass ,.
Saturday Mam .,,
Sunday Mesa
COCO SOL1TO
4:00
Sunday Mass
11:30
Jewiah
FORT OUUCK
TUaday
7:11
, Greek Orthedea
Greek Ortiiodsa service are eenduet.
ad at the Church of the Anuneletlon.
Via BOlisarlo Porres, Sen Francisco de
ia ctieta, Panama city. n r.. and i
the Church ut tt, Anthony. Avenlda
Melendet. Colon, R.P., on jllernsl Sun.
call the Office of the Army Chaplain
(42-311.
days at I.JO. For further InformaUpn
Seventh Day
Adventist
ly Srvice w all churthM
SJ foiiowit
SATURDAY;
Sabbath School 1:1 a At.
Divine Servle 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4 SO pja.
WEDNESDAYS
Bible etudy
and Prayar Servle
i i .m) p.m
Pacific
Side Paoama
Pastor W
H. Waller- Tal 2a-l-lina
Cuba Verde. Ave. J. F 0 la Owe
No. 17. Chorrlilo llih No 27 Pue
ftio Nuev I A St, beiwaea lid and 4th
gtt. lilo Abajo llth Ne. 17 Cemoot
faatoi I (T D. Wutlma--TL UM
Paklns A. A Ortwil Tel. 1101
Spaalah Chnrches Paclfl Bid raaasai
. rastor neroerw ifuirae ,i,
, Panama. Call Daflln Na.
Pedreaal Nueva Cuarare. l
v AUanilc Side
Pastor 0. A. Jelfiiet Tel. II IHL
TAln.' .'
Crittohat fngtuswllth A Ballvaf Ave.
' CrlatObal Snanlshollth A Bolivar Ave.
Central orfleet
0M4 Cjvllan.Road-reL.i.iHi g gg

"CHAIITMAI IN ENOLAND"
Margarita Union Church
Mrs. John Lingwood of Brazos
Brook, Mirgariu, wilt ipegk -bout
cuitomi tf ftrr nibve Eds-

Und K th Youth Felliwthip oi
th Marglrita church tchodulod
to meet Sunday it g:30 p.m. Mrl.
unswood ill dgscribe lifuiiy,
community nd religious guttomi!
obsarvgd by th Kagllsh people
during th Yuletide senon. Miti
Ana McClalUhd wi be is charge
of the opening divotiom,
on sundiy evening, uee. zi, me
Sunday, School will preient Us
gnousl Chrittmg progrim. in id-
ditiin to the usual recitition and
carolg thg children! choir will
ling ind two pageants will be. pr
senied bv th older itudenti. Mn.
iB. Q. Binders, it. and Mrs. E. t.
McCleigid re in ciiirgr 0f the
progrgm. Mrs. J. L. Lesch it Sun Sunday
day Sunday School superintendent.
The church has glso iet the hour
of 11:00 p.m., Christmas Eve, for
Kg gnnual Chrit.is ciodleught ciodleught-In
In ciodleught-In gsrvlco. The progrira will con contain
tain contain two groups of numlrrs by the
chiir, the Christmas story from
th scriptures, a' brief meditation
by the past or ind the annual co colorful
lorful colorful candlelighting ceremony.
Th gomul conaregitionai meet
inga have been set for Dec. 28 tt
wtuch time election of ofticers
will take place ind Jan. II tor the
reading 01 tne annual reports snu
dliLUision of tng m financial
program.
Toil ibundgy, the pa stir of the
churcii. iiev. iheoaoie trauk-
lin, will continue in hi semi ui
Auvent sermons. lh aannon lor
tnis coming buue'sy is emilieu
"Hsrilas ot tn King special
Advent no Christmas music bat
been planned.
"rh DAY ADVINTISTI
Th Savgnth Day Aavenlilt
Cbur'hei on tn Atlintic side are
ugignraung their regiuuii meet meet-in
in meet-in gi.
jiuinlsters from tb United .Mit .Mites
es .Mites inu cenu.l America wm be vi vi-Bttlng
Bttlng vi-Bttlng on tng innmus ouring tues
ayi ind will speik it tne differ different
ent different lervices..
At 7:3u p.m. tonight a special
geriel ot coior sliues will 0 snawn
uriiiyuig tne nigi.ughis of Lne ie-cent-session
ot the general coiUer-
Cncg wmch wis beid last Juno in
Ueveiaiiu, Ohio.
Sunday morning devotional serv
ice will be conducted b; Kluer D.
C. Frenier from the Central Am American
erican American Union, after wftlcn time
will be dedicated to instruct toe
new otficers tor the coming yair
Kluer A. H. Kuih will again speik
at 3l.uo a.m. thus bringing to i
close a week end of sincere fel fellowship,
lowship, fellowship, Thi pistor of th Atlantic Dis District,
trict, District, fclder U. J itnes, wish wishes
es wishes to extend to each ind everyone
g vgry cordial invititien to it it-tend
tend it-tend these meetings. Admission is
absolutely free.
METHODIST CHURCH
On Yveunetiaay,' Uie tuwtui
Meinoaisi uuuy Suuool oi ruin ruin-uuvv
uuvv ruin-uuvv L.ij, vv.u .sobiu itSAiinuai
wuiiSiuia iJro. am, idaiurmg Uie
piay Xiifialnvas 'Vulaui
tut sunuay M'lioui tiiOial group
1-aUunr uu co'i. on ot, pupeiiuiiiuueut
iviiciiaei n. n rue a wui leau in
uie iugiue Oi caroin, Ouier music musical
al musical item aliu reciuuCus wm sUy sUy-piemeni
piemeni sUy-piemeni tug ptay. inn pretext
iiou slaiOu to cumino'iie at 'I'.to
p.m. .
in Bethel Methodist Sunday ot
Cauvs, ik. t., will pies in a
inrisiuui pageant at me Caliva
Churcn on iuesaiy, fee. 3, com com-uieutiiig
uieutiiig com-uieutiiig at cuu y in.
i ue pageant wul be preceded
by songs ana recitations, aupertn aupertn-teuueiu
teuueiu aupertn-teuueiu Aiau C eigriv anu n.s
giau are Having regular practic practices.
es. practices. At 5:00 p.m. on Viniiay, Lw. ii,
the iVew Providence meinoaisi
auiida School oi uie Gumu iake
area, wul b tne sponsors oi a
variety chriaiing program, wilu
Airs. Ciiza Lgg is' uireciMT of uig
scnolars in plays, rciitions, snu
muncii itsiiu.
Kv. Anaeth Striihsm who
ae.peu organiMu tu recent "RU "RU-iy
iy "RU-iy urahatn campaign tu Panama
will oa tng1 gugst preicner si tn
Wgiiey Mgtnottiit Cnuren in Pi Pi-nimi
nimi Pi-nimi Cuy an bund .v at v ov g.m.
Tng vning sirviC wnicn itaru
at v:ia p.m. wal ting tng lurm
of g rettgatcatory gervlc for alt
mgrhgd couples. A special oruer
of sirvtcg la planned for tnig o.
canon, Dgindmg wan tng plgyiug
of th wgudlng march by Lewiu
Dottin orginiit of thg church, inis
ii g comuineu gervicg tir boih the
prgii and WSsigy Methodist
Cnurcni of thg Paflim circuit.
Tba Kv. Epnriini s. Alphons,
superintendent minister gnd de deputy
puty deputy cbgirmgR will lead thg serv services
ices services gnd oftclit. Kgfresnmants
will bg iirvid la tbg tieddei Hill
liumedigtely. after the evening
lervice.
Ellis L. Fiwcstt prominent- local
pregcugr of th Methodist Church
will b milter of ceremonies at
thg reciption.
UNION CHURCHIS
It wn gnnouncgd todiy by Tony
Wdmblg, president if thg Youth
Council of thg Union ChiTeh f
thg Cinil Zone, tlut Lt. Gov. John
Mcllhgaiy will bg thg ipeikir it
a binquit thig evning, it th
Gimbod Goll Club. This will bg
thg concluding gvint of in all-day
youth cbtifrftrg being hgld un under
der under thg luspicfi oi th Youth
Councils '.: ;..
Thi themg of the conferenig,
"ChrliUim at Work" will gin gin-phaslxa
phaslxa gin-phaslxa fuU timg Chri'ilgnUy in
gvg dir. Ufa. Study groups will
mitt with mowc lar. ia tbg
fild of gduCitloh, labor, grmi4
form ltd family lUi. ChrlitUo
living In ovmmgrit ggrvitg gnd
politlci will bg ovrd in thg gd
dren gt thg gvoolfii bi nc.ut,
- WonhJp girvlcgi, recrntlon, ln ln-cludlfit
cludlfit ln-cludlfit iwinimlng; giettion if of
fleeri for IMS nd thg iiml-for
mil bsniuet wiQ eomlt. 1 th
dgy'i AcUvitiei.
yoiing peopls front Junior High.

Senior High, gnd post-high ag
groupi ol the Canal Zona 'la ion
churches of -liatun, Margarita,
Gambia aad Balbo.. will attend
the contgrence. Trnjj,ortaiion
will be by Hanam Railroad.
fresenl oiflcers of thg Youth
Cou-icil are 'tony Womble, presi

dent; Charles trench, vu-e-presi-
deni; ana Claire Whit,, secieia-ry-treidurer.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
CHURCH
Sunday in the Curundu Protes Protestant
tant Protestant Church there will be i special
speaker at tne morning worsnlp
nour at 11:00 a.m. Tne speaker
will be the Mev. Horace L. Ken Kenton,
ton, Kenton, Jr. Kenton, is he issiclaie
general director of the Latin Am American
erican American Mission with lit dquarters
In San Jose, Costa Rica. Tne mis mis-won
won mis-won w.ln winch .c serves was or
garbed in 1921. The mission some
times is called i servi mission
to other existing evangelical mis mis-lions.
lions. mis-lions. To this end it cirriet on with lo local
cal local and international ministries
in medicine, radio, literature,
education, social lervict, evangel evangelism
ism evangelism Jkid sponsoring of cb u rch
Work in Costa Rica and Colum Columbia.
bia. Columbia. Kenton hn been to the Zone
and Pinimi on 1 number of other
occisIoqe. Severn yean back he
held evangelistic services it the
Fort Kobbe Chipel.
Sunday School for Sp an i sh
speaking people begins at 8:30
a.m. and th English Sunday
School it 8:30. All who attend
these services ire urged to bring
with them ci..ned fooVi clothing
fir the minion projecti it this
Christmas season.
At 7:00 p.m. the Sundiy School
of the church will present their
annuil Christmas progrim. The
program Is under the direction of
John Gough. "And There Wis
Light" is the title of the program.
Thg following Sunday evening it
th time hour will he. tlw 'hrist 'hrist-mas
mas 'hrist-mas Cantata by the church choir.
You ire cordially invited to it it-tend
tend it-tend these Christmn services at
You
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7:30 "THE GLORY OF THE BIG BOOK"
Have you considered the Impact Of the Bible Oil
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Wallop Marlboro 13-6
While Kings Eke Out
3-2 Win Over Brewers

By J. J. HARRISON Jr.

The Carta Vieja Yankees relaxed today with a

comfortable one-and-a-half-game lead in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Professional League standings in the wake of
their crushing 13-6 victory over the Marlboro Smok Smokers
ers Smokers last night.
The Yankee win came after the Kings had eked
out a thrilling 3-2 triumph over Cerveza Balboa in
the first game of a bargain bill at the Olympic Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. The Kings and the Smokers are now deadlock

ed for second place, vile
tnree games.
Showers held up the first game
twice in the sixth inning for a
total of 35 minutes.
All teams rest up over the
weekend, with the Yankees and
the Beermen getting the sched schedule
ule schedule up to date by playing a Nov.
25 rained-out game.
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Everybody's talking about it
what "Flavor Control" hai
done for White Owls! We've
never known a cigar as light
end mild as this that gave so
much flavor!
Get White Owls in the
five-pack so you'll always
' hv that "Flflvnr Cnntr."
moiling on nana, it means t
' bacco, case-by-case curing,
box-by-box conditioning to
' f!v you 'op flavor in every
White Owl you smoke 1
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Cerveza Balboa trails by

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The Yankees pounded out 17
hits off three Smoker pitchers
but Jim Umbricht, the winning
hurler; was laced for 15 safeties
before relief ace Bill Slack came
to the mound in the ninth to re retire
tire retire the last two batters without
giving up a hit.
' Bob Milo, the losing hurler,
lasted only one-and-a-t h i r d
frames but during that short
stint he gave up seven hits and
was responsible for the Yankees'
first six runs.
Humberto Robirison was the
second Smoker pitcher. He gave
up five hits and four runs in
two-and-two-third innings be before
fore before being lifted for a pinchhit pinchhit-ter.
ter. pinchhit-ter. Jose Lisondro, who finished
up, allowed five safeties andj
three tallies.
Milo got the side out" in the
top of the first after eivlne up
a single to leadoff hitter Tony
Bartirome, and the Smokers
were off to a 1-0 lead In their
half of the initial frame on Bill
Gabler's double and Bobby Pres Pres-cott's
cott's Pres-cott's single.
But that lead was shortlived
because the aroused Yankees
came up with a six-run second
inning when ten men went to
the plate to lash Milo with five
consecutive singles and a dou double
ble double by Bartirome.
Tony's two-bagger, with one
out. finished the outhpaw and
Robinson came in to quell the
uprising after allowing a two two-run
run two-run single to Whltey Schmidt.
A single run in the third gave
Umbricht a 7-1 margin and it
was 10-1 in the fourth after the
relentless Yankees jumped on
Robinson for three more mark markers.
ers. markers. Three Yankee runners crossed
the nlate in the seventh as Li Lisondro
sondro Lisondro was touched for four hits
to make the count 13-1. After
that the Yanks were held score scoreless.
less. scoreless. Umbricht, who won his second
eame to make his record even,
tired badlv in the ninth when he
gave 'up six hits and allowed a
free pass which produced Ave
runs. I
Milo dropped his first decision
against two triumphs.
Schmidt was the big RBI
man of the contest with five.
Bartirome had four-for-six,
Bill Parsons three-for-four
and Billy Shantrthree-for-five
to be the leading hitters Ior
the winners.
GeorgeAltamn, Bobby, Pres Pres-cott
cott Pres-cott and Hank Mitchell had
three-for-five to be the out outstanding
standing outstanding batters for the losers.
In the lidlifter Dick Luebke,
who hurled a five-fritter, nicked
up his third win against one loss
to become the winningest pitch pitcher
er pitcher of the season.
He was working on a 3-0 shut shutout
out shutout until the- ninth Inning when
Pepe Osorlo blasted a pitch over
the right Held fence with Clyde
Parris. wHo had walked aboard.
Lubke scored the game's first
marker himself in the third
when he doubled, reached sec second
ond second on two walks and came
home as Gail Henley hit into a
double play.
Henley's single, Ken Hunt's
double, Les Peden's sacrifice fly
and a fielder's choice netted the
other two tallies in the sixth.
The Beermen lost a chance
to score in the eighth when
Herman Charles, battine for
starter and losing pitcher
Winston Brown, got to second
on Carlos Heron's two errors
on one olay.
Barry Shetrone then popped to
short and Dave Roberts Hit a
long double against the fence In
right center.
Charles could advance only to
third however, because, he kept
too close to second base while
waiting to see if the catch would1
be made.
Granville Glads tone rifle
throw to the Infield held Charles
at third, and Peden raced alj the
way toHhe field box seats near
the Visitors dugout to take Hec Hector
tor Hector Lopez' pop foul, and Gonder
flird to rieht Wend the Inning.
Kings rooters who have so fre fre-auently
auently fre-auently seen their team bio
leads in late innings to lose
games, had a big scare in the
ninth when the Beermen made
their two runs, with no outs.
But Reinaldo Grenald rolled
out to short for the first out, and
peden, in another display of hus hustle,
tle, hustle, took a pop foul off the bat
of Clarence Moore for the second
out.
Pinchhittrr Nat Peeples then
singled to center, but I.ulie
made Shetrone fly out to cen center
ter center to end the came, as the
distasted outfielder, who was
h'd hltless, flung his protec-

Cliff Hanger

FIRST GAME
Klnrs Ab R
Austin, 2b .... 3
Green, ss 4
Henley, cf
Hunt, If
Peden, c .
Osorio, E., lb
Heron. 3b
Gladstone, rf
Luebke, p
Totals
Shetrone, cf
Roberts, lb
Lopez, 2b
Gonder, c
Parris, 3b
Osorio, P., rf
Grenald, If
Moore, ss
Brown, p
Charles 1
Thome, p . . 0
Peeples ...... 1
Totals v
Charles safe
Brown in 8th.
Peeples singled for Thome 'In
9th.
Score Bv" Innings
Kings 001TJ02 000 3
Cer. Balboa 000 000002 2
SUMMARY Errors: Parris
Heron 2. Runs batted in: Peden
Heron. P. Osorio 2. Earned runs:
Cerveza Balboa 2, Kings 3. Two
base hits: Henley. Roberts 2,
Luebke. Hunt. Green. Home
runs: P. Osorio. Doublenlays
Austin. Green, E. Osorio; Lopez,
Moore, Roberts. Sacrifice hits:
Brown, Peden, Hit batters:
Thome (Austin). Wild pitch:
i.uebke. Struck out: By Brown ..
Thome l. Base on balls: Off
Brown 6, Luebke 2. Left on base:
Kines 9, Cerveza Balboa 8. Pitch Pitchers
ers Pitchers Record: Brown 3 runs, 5 hits
in 8 Innings. Winning pitcher:
Luebke (3-1). Losing pitcher:
Brown (1-2K Umpires: Huzinger
Metheny. Williams.
Time of
game: 3:09.
Hitting Spree
SECOND GAME

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Carta Vieja Ab R H Po A
Bartirome, lb ... 6 3 4 7 0
Schmidt, rf, cf . 5 1 2 1 0
Jacobs, 2b .... 5 0 0 5 4
Allie, ss 5 1 1 1 3
"Parsons, If .... 4 2 3 2 0
Kern cf 4 1 1 1.0
Patton, rf 1 0 0 0 0
Wilhelm, 3b ... 4 2 2 3 0
Shantz, c .... 5 2 3 7 0
Umbricht, p . 5 1 1 0 2
Totals 44 13 17 27 9
Marlboro
Napoleon, rf . 6 1 1 0 0
Gabler, lb .... 5 1 1 9 0
Altman, If .... 5 1 3 6 0
Prescott, 3b .... 5 1 300
Cobos, c 3 0 0 5 1
Flynn, c ..... 1 1 1 2 0
Bernard, ss . . 5 1 3 2 3
Hardaway, 2b ... 2 0 0 2 2
Brathwaite. 2b . 0 0 0 0 0
Mitchell, cf .... 5 0 3 1 0
Milo, p 0 0 0 0 0
Robinson, p . 0 0 0 0 0
Nunez 1 0 0, 0 0
Lisondro, p . 2 0 0 0 2
Houradou 1 0 0 0 0

Totals
41 6 15 27 8
Nunez struck out for Robinson
in 4th.
Houradou popped out for Li Lisondro
sondro Lisondro in 9th.
Score Bv Innings
Carta Vieja 061 300 30013 17
Marlboro 100 000 0056 15
SUMMARY Errors: Gabler,
Allie. Runs batted in:- Prescott,
Shantz 2, Umbricht, Bartirome
2, Schmidt 5. Allie, Kern, Flynn
2. Brathwaite. Two Base hits:
Gabler, Bartirome, Bernard 2,
Shantz. Mitchell, Schmidt. Dou Dou-bleDlays:
bleDlays: Dou-bleDlays: Bernard, Hardaway,
Gabler; Allie, Jacobs, Bartirome.
Earned runs: Carta Vieia 11,
Marlboro 6. Struck out by Robin Robinson
son Robinson 4, Umbricht. 7, Lisondro 3.
Bases on balls off Robinson 2,
Umbricht 2. Left on base: Car
ta Vieja 8. Marlboro 13. Pitchers
record: Milo 6 runs, 7 hits In
113 innings; Robinson 4 runs
5 hits In 2 23 innings; Umbricht
8 runs, 15 hits in 8-13 Innings
Winning pitcher: Umbricht (2 (2-2).
2). (2-2). Losing nitcher: Milo (2-1).
Umpires: Thofhton, Hinds, Har Har-relson.
relson. Har-relson. Attendance: 5,506. Time
of'game: 2:40.
Cards' Gene Green
Signs Contract;
Gets Married Today
ST. LOUIS (UP1) Gene Green,
51. Louis Cardinal catcher-outfielder,
today had a wedding ring
and 1959 contract in hand.
Green, who will be married
Saturday, be'car.n the first Red Red-bird
bird Red-bird Thursday to sing a contract
for next year and General Man Manager
ager Manager Bing Devine said he had
been given ajjibslantlal in increase"
crease" increase" in salary.
The rest of the Carina! con contracts
tracts contracts probably will be mailed
early next month, Devine said.

tlve helmet away In disgust.
Brown, who gave up five hits,
dropped his second verdict as
compared to one victory. Newly Newly-relnstated
relnstated Newly-relnstated Carlos Thorne work worked
ed worked the last frame for the losers.
Only one batter, Frank Austin,
reached base when he was hit by
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SHARP SHOOTERS Members of the U.S. Army Caribbean School Rifle Team display awards won
at the recent Balboa Gun Club Rifle Match. They also have competed in the USARCARIB and Pan Panama
ama Panama matches. Left to right are: MSgt Raymond C. Pearson, MSgt Robert L. Campbell, MSgt
Robert L. Campbell, MSgt James Littleton, Maj. David B. Parsons, team captain, who took two
first place individual awards in the Balboa competition; MSgt Simon W, Woegens, Sgt. James E.
Wright, Sgt. Thomas F. Metcalf and MSgt Berpard G. Markevitch. (U.S. Army Photo)

LSLTs Billy Cannon Is UPI
Football Player Of The Year

By JOE SARGIS
NEW YORk (UPI) -Billy Can
non, a handson pre-dental stu student
dent student at Louisiana State Univer University
sity University who drilled the defense full
of holes, yesterday was named the
United Press International's col college
lege college football "Player of the
Year!' for 1958.
In a poll of 293 of the nation's
sports writers and broadcasters,
Cannon, who previously was
named "Back of the year," re
ceived 85 first place votes for the
coveted collegiate awards.
Pete Dawkins, Army's brilliant
halfback, finished second to Can Cannon,
non, Cannon, receiving 64 first place votes
while passing star Randy Duncan
of Iowa was third in the ballotin
with 38. Joe Kapp of California
was a distant fourth with 18 votes.
Cannon, Dawkins and Duncan
made up the UPI All-America
backfield along with Bob White of
Ohio State.
Bob Harrison, Oklahoma's All-
America center who was named
"Lineman of the Year," topped all
linemen in the "Player of the
Year" balloting with 14 firSt-olace
votes. V'entynine players in all
received nVntion.
Led LSU To Perfect Season
Cannon's latest selection cap
ped LSU's most successful sea
son. The Sugar Bowl bound
Bayou Tigers, who spent through
10 straight opponents in a perfect
season, previously picked up the
UPI Board of Coaches' nod as the
mythical collegiate champions,
and CQTACH Paul Dietzel was
named "Coach of the. Year" in the
annual poll conducted by the New
Yo-k World Telegram and Sun
and Scrips Howard newspapers.
Cannon received the news of
his selection with humility, while
Dieuel jumped at the occasion to
heap more words of praise tn his
'bread-and-butter' operative, who
will be back agian next year.
It s just too good to be true."
Billy said. "You know, it makes
you feel kind of humble and thank thankful
ful thankful to the boys plaving with you
for getting this award, because
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Forrest Tucker
Peter Cushing
"The Abominable Snowman"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
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Ben Johnson
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there are a lot of good football

players around the country."
Coach Says' He's Best
"His winning of this fward only
proves what I've ben saying
right along," Dietzel said. "Billy
Cannon is the finest football play players
ers players around. If there is a better
one in America. I'd like to see
him."
The 20-year-old Cannon, who is
married and has two daughters,
virtually wrecked the southeast
ern Conference.. He wound up the

San Fijancisc )49'er Coach
Frankie Albert Regigns

By HAL WOOD
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-r-Young
Frankie Albert, hired three .years
ago to lead the San .Francisco
Forty Niners to a championship,
resigned yesterday because of love
for his family. .-
Albert, 38,. failed in his quest
for a championship and will leave
the club after the game against
the Baltimo-e C o Its tomorrow
To date this year the Forty
Niners have a 5-6 record. i ;
"I'm quitting because my fami family
ly family became too, involved in the
game I love," said Albert. "When
my wife and two eldest daughters,
Nancy 15, and Janie 12, ran
out of markets where they could
shop without being insulted, l
thought it was time to get put.",
Suggttt Wilkinson
President Vic Vic Morabito of
the Forty Niner--announced that
a search would be started for a
new cbach immediately. Albert in informed
formed informed him at midnight Thurs Thursday
day Thursday that he was quitting.
"I know exactly the type of
man we are looking for and ex expect
pect expect to have no trouble finding
him," said Morabito.
The name of Bud Wilkinson,
highly-successful Oklahoma men mentor,
tor, mentor, immediately was brought up.

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INVASION OF THE
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circuit's leading rusher with a 6.0
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back in the South in many sea seasons.
sons. seasons. "Last year as s soph, Billy was
an outstanding runner, said Diet Dietzel.
zel. Dietzel. "But this year he developed
into a tremendous blocker, a fine
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But Morabito .would make nq com comment
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Albert said he was leaving the
Forty Niners of the best of terms.
."I'm through with coaching for forever,"
ever," forever," he said, "but I will re retain
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team."
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Alber; said his three daughters
and his wife became too entan entangled
gled entangled in the affairs of the game.
"My eldest daughter, Nancy,
quit coming to the game this year
because she couldn't sit in the
stands and hear her father called
a bum when we lost. My second
daughter, Janie, quit coming
about a month ago. My youngest
daughter, Terry, listened to' the
game over radio and became in
volved in worrying about first
downs, etc.
"To top it off, last week my
wife was sick and couldn't come
to the game against Green Bay.
It was the first home game she
ever had missed. Then when We
won, she decided not to see
any more games because she
thought it was bad luck for. her
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, Panama' professional leaoueS

i earns CV
Carta Vieja :. . .x
Marlboro 2
Kings 1
Cerveza Balboa- 0
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. MONDAYS GAME

At Olympic Stadium:' Carta Vieja vs. Cerywa Balboa
Came time: 7;30 p.m.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS (2)
At Olympic Stadium:" Kings 3V Cerveza Balboa 2'
Carta Vieja 1 3, Mar Ibpre- 6 v ' ;

Balboa Brewings 1

By VICTOR CAREW
Dick Luebke, steady southpaw
of the Kings, registered his thlrti
win over Cerveza Balboa last
night by a 3-2 score In the
opener of the season's flrst.twin
bill. Winston Brown a victim of
his own wildness. those bases on
balls, was charged with his sec second
ond second loss of the season, both at
the hands of the Kings. :
The game was a well played
affair but the Brewers contin continue
ue continue to play the kind of ball that
was largely responsible for
their recent five game losing
streak failure to hit in the
clutches although this was
not the only reason for the de defeat.
feat. defeat.
One of the key plays of the
game occurred in the eighth ln ln-ninu
ninu ln-ninu when the Beermen got one
of their breaks to score a run,
Herman Charles, pinchhitting
for the pitcher, Brown, wound
up on second wnen nis rouer
was fielded by Carlos Heron who
threw bad to first.-
Af ter Barrv Shetrone was re-
tired. Davio? Roberts belted a
long and tall fly between the
Kings' centemeiaer uau nen nen-lev.
lev. nen-lev. and Granville Gladstone in
right that fell to safely against
the fence for a double. When
the fans returned their eyes to
the infield afterswatchln the
ereat efforts of, the speedy fly fly-chasers
chasers fly-chasers to reach, the ball they
were still in time to see Charles
ust about leavin? ,secord base
on his wav to third. He had re remained,
mained, remained, almost on the middle
cushion while Roberts' .deep and
Albert Loney Lone
Gold Coaster Still
In Tennis Tourney
'Albert Loney of the Atlantic
ide remains the lone Gold Coaster
in the "Pinocho" Tennis,, Tourney
at the Olympic courts byvirtue of
winning his quarter-final match a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst teammate Huntley v Dunn
Thursday afternoon. ;
Both boys rnd another boy from
their club were placed in the same
bracket and had to eliminate each
other. Dunn in this engagement
suffered a 6-2, 6-2 setback.'
Loney advanced to the quarter
finals following victories'- over
David Bazan and D. Smythe in
the earlier stages of the tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. But despite his .success V
gainst those opponent,' he played
carefully against Dunn, : who he
considered an unpredictable play-
The pair opened the initial set
with Loney gaining a 4-0 advant advantage
age advantage before Dunn found the range
and was able to chalk 'ups two
fames before losing the set..'. t
Dunn ooenea me secona sei m
more fierv manner, taking the
first point' and the initial game
and led 2-1 before his younger ana
stronger opponent adopted a more
stubborn attitude in pushing
through to a decisive victory; -;
The rest of the quarter final
mtih slated, for the weekend
will feature Pinilla against Barley.
Barrera meeting Barrio ;nd
Juan Fernandea opposing Creslyn
Guardia.- v ; y
Panama Col f Club
M.eetinq Dec. 19
Jorge Boyd, president of the Pa
nama Golf uuot nnouncea yes yesterday
terday yesterday that a general meeting of
the club will be held at 8 p.m.;
Sunday Dec. 19.N r
In announcing ; the mfeetliii,
Boyd especially requested the at
tendance 01 as many oiiiccrs,i,
several matters of immediate lift'
re-t to 1h membership' would
be discussed, v J
tie laid oartleulnr reference on
the 1959 Panama Open; the club
financial report, and activities
scheduled by the Board for the
1959 annuJl Operations. AH mem
ber who are interested in these
activities are requested to attend.

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yuisuca uisieaa of advancing-'
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after the bail wasTftaaVTe"
fVnd "t""1 to the to-
field Pepe Osorio's homer in Oie
Satthrr?ld ha? beenSS
at three runs apiece. t
.r else that was ob-
n toIa COntest v il aa
Stt"" 1 the fact that
although Hector-Lopez, the big
s?elvin tn-e ?ree"' hM
hen $f W .l" has not
been denvering with menn the
bases. We realise that the pitch!
ers throw, their best at hta in
such situations but we feefthat
he Is such- a standout s In this
iie that h should be able to
re on the bases.
u. u rJ?" M0s when
ne didn't have mnh. si i.
"Im: "nnen around to'the
SS;f J11 ow than
Jesse Gonder, and Dare Jtob Jtob-should
should Jtob-should hot make it a Hblt of
ing 1 tt th hi :w

a case m point paftie about ln ?Z
StfPltchinf

KKrK"Hu.W0trike count,
fwWK outside, on '-? ;
the-ihir. pitchf, whiclt-aiao ap. ZZ',
Sf,? wWe.jLOpes, tooka- cut
but was an easy out. v v 5-
, Brewers Just don',t seem to tu
to "ao all otfthe 'thififrs
addition there does not seem to
e i tb't aggressive and Atott&Z
mined spirit among the flayers a
vieja, and the Kings'. . i v
m?n-.thing .that must be: ad ad-muted
muted ad-muted u that retarrfi nt vi

strength W a tetA'V.itais-'haVt-S'l

itrenii oesire, mat thirst, to
win without this' spirit' there is
np. force to jferierat thel-ItroflK
qualities Of the clubi? .vi, ;
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AntnonyPemns: -v,v
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"THIS ANGRY; AEr
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.'fV"THE;::HARIl toAJ&ti-
PRESIDENTE
(No. 1 Pert Ave.
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PAGE SEVE3V
TURDAT, DECEMBER IS, 1958
rm rANAMA AMEBIC AN independent daily .ntwsp apeb
er-Fraser

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Mocis Finals fo Coop
- f ii iiiT-riir-rTnrTT-iUm nrr 1 'H-v.,- 1 1 1 1

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JOEV. WILLIAMS

3H1NGT0N--' However! fan-

ful it my be, the noUon ueyer ueyer-les
les ueyer-les persists; that when-the peo-

elect a, resident ueytre;in-

acea m soft e ilignt uegree oy

SUity and achievement

onfronted wth. similar, respon-

tn .ty. tne basec-au peopie stuui-

avoid any criteria wuicn

ignt? possibly expose tnem v to

id, progressive leaaersmp. mm

usl assiduity, they nscourage

ay attempt to invest me uiuce

itu signmcance ana spienaui.

xample: A club owner was as

want steps were Dewg a.cU

stronger and the owners more
affluent his power were -sharply
trimmed and -eventually, he i.wa
dismissed.,; t 'A
There it a comparablj; miscon miscon-ceiption
ceiption miscon-ceiption concerning the operation

of! the oaseball'mmissioner $ m
fiae. Ford Frick is frequently cri'

US Players Go

To Perth After

3 Days of Rairi

y RICHARD VOUMARD

" MARGARITA LEAGUE 4
" Twelfth Week :
The Voice of j Music Five in increased
creased increased their lead 10 five and one
half points s and now need only
three points in the next two weeks
to tew u pthis haif f the season.
The Hi-Fi Boys took Wright Bros,
for three and one half points and

uo oi me u.a. uavis lud team u j .u i.. t,nk rK

Judge defaulted their mifinal, doubles J"' 7 T "S'

Tennis Touranment when

1 MELBOURNE, Australia

Barry MvKay and Alex

CUP!)
olme-

ticized tor not moving witn ineido of the U.S. Davis Cup team

fnrrp and decision 01 OIQ

Landis. What tb6' critic overlook
is that Frifik Js just much a
hired harid as the league presi presidents.
dents. presidents.

And just as there can never be

fill the vacancy created by the another Ban Jonnson m dwhu,.
"t of.Wul'Harridge, 72- toerecw

U1S juugc r o av a F""1-1-"
of unusual circumstances. He ow owed
ed owed his strengtht o the panic whieu
paralyzed the owners following the
Black Sox scndal.

-old "Auerican

League presi-

Vithat can wait. Right now
. go matters of mucn great
.''iportance U) handle."
ample: When Cleveland'l
k L- ne, in 'ullsome tribute,

.,red: "Getting, man-to -tiu

:nage s snoes is gomg to oe

A' challenge to the leapue a

ran observar comm.ed:
'You know something, Lane's

ght. Old Will was the perfect no-

feattty."

This Wa Intended less as dis-

'Bfagment than as wry admira-

an for tne gentleman s aDiny w
ihction so ong, so serenely in a
scaum where ideas are forbidden
id action mean! impeachment.

SymboUcally, arridge servea
a office splendidly. An inspired

t sting director could not have
oduwd 'i more credible type.

It had the presence and manner
at are popularly associated with
jlisdom Bd resolution. This made
m an impressive figure in a role
Ifijich calle" for no more than a

pinpellinij pictorai projection, n

Puppet PresWtnts

On the personal side, H rridge

one of uie nicest ana most

cent men the sport has ever
own. He was hot the first of

sebali'i puppet presidents, nor

ill he-be -the last, In all 'fair-

jess, baseball, m this -espeet,' is

different from any. other dusi-

ss. A rsure way : to :nm ouy oi

ngers quick is..w' cay-11' 1118 '""

ances where a hired haaa' gave'

Hera to the. bosew tS- !h

ian Johnson war the last league
"Stdent who "uled witH total a ir-

ity and he was the product of

nal circumstances. As found

f.

w thftvAmerican LeaMe. it was

show. s and for; years' he ran

hit wy. But as the leaguer grew

.The owners, naturally, '.ost no
time in rewriting the book when
Landis departed this best of all
possible worlds. The Book under
which Frick serves "specifically
spells out the jxtent of his. autho authority.
rity. authority. .and it stops abrupt!' short
when it cones to the handling of
their dough.
Red Sox Punier
Considering that the league pre presidency
sidency presidency has virtually been reduc reduced
ed reduced to clerical status the disclosure
that George Weiss was contacted
evoked a mixture of surp 'se and
scepticism. The Yanke general
manager is much too forcefu1 and
independent to drowse contented contentedly
ly contentedly in the enervating juade1 of a
rubber stamp. No one could have
been at all surprised that he de declined.
clined. declined. There are also puzzling aspects
to -Joe Cromin's apparent eager eagerness
ness eagerness for he appointment. He has
had a long, profitable and plea pleasant
sant pleasant association with Tom Yaw Yaw-key
key Yaw-key in Boston, so this is a move
he scarcely would hav entertain entertained
ed entertained had he not first made certain
of the owner's full suppon.
Woulded Yawkey be getting rea ready
dy ready to withdraw from baseball?
For years he had spentw ith a lav lavish
ish lavish 'hahd, yel his success has been
limited to- only one championship,
and here tftisrweek, the -wealthy
spdrtsman reacted with uncom uncom-morf
morf uncom-morf public fury to the pl'-yer de demands
mands demands for a percentage o' base baseball's
ball's baseball's gross earnings. "When that
da" tnmes: I quiti" he thundered.
Maybe' that day isn't too 'far
Way. .' if-..

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PANAMA
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rain

halted play for the third, straight

day. -a '-..'i-- .... ...

McKay of Dayton. Ohio, and

Olmedo, a Peruvian living in Los

Angeles, trailed Ashley Cooper

and Meale eraser of Australian,

6-4, 1-2, when rain halted the

match Wednesday.-'

When ram forced officials to

call off Friday's procam. Perry

Jones of Los Angeles, non-playing'

captain of tne American cup

team, ordered McKay and Olme

do to default They had been eli eliminated
minated eliminated earlier 4n the singles di division.
vision. division. ,A.
Leave For ferth
Olmedo, McKay, Jones and

Jack Kramer, the professional

tennis promoter from Los Angeles

wno is coacning tne Yank Davis

Cuppers, jthen left for Perth. The

other members of the squad-Ham
Richardson of Arlington, Va., Earl
Buchhols of St. Louis and Chris
Crawiord of Piedmont, Calif.
already are practicing in Perth
for the interrone final there a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Italy Dec. 19-21.

"We're forced to pull out of the
Victorian Touranment add go to
Perth where the weather is fine,"
Jones said. "We play Italy next

week end and that's our present

ODiective.

"Richardson, who missed the

Victorian Tournment, already is
training in Perth. I sent Buchholz

and Crawford there yesterday

"We'd like to flight out the
doubles here but we cant take

the risk of further rain stopping

our practice for tne matcnes Willi
Italy."
Final Week Of Training

The Yanks begin the final week
of training for their series with
Italy with few, good performances
since'eoming to Austaha. They
failed to win a singles or doubles
title at the New South Wales or
Victorian tournaments regard regarded
ed regarded as high pressure tryouts for
all cup candidates.
Buchholz, 18, produced the best
performance by, a member of the
American squad He reached the
singles .final at the New South
Wales championships before bow bowing
ing bowing to Cooper. ;
Richardson, the most experienc experienced
ed experienced member of the U.S. team, play played
ed played poorly at New South Wales and
did not enter the Victorian be because
cause because of his diabetic conditionHe
was sent to Perth to work him himself
self himself into shape for the cup matche

DeVoU

Brooks
Graham
Johnson
St. John
Totals

Voice

156

f Music
175 149

147 160-163
149 157 140
1B1 1& lb
179 168 168

480

470
446
iL2

515

U 799 813 2423

The leaders were pa

John and Johnson with a 515 and

a 512 respectively. Captain Butz

paced the Plumbers with a 496

series,

Former second place holders.

the Aces dropped into fourth
placed by dropping three points to

tne Gillette Shavers, bpmney lea

the Acer with a 484 and CerrO led
the Shavers with a 483.

The Police Assn. now to be
coumed out of the competition

moved, up into second place with

S iour point aeieat ot tne ceiiar
welling Shrlners. Again 515
and a 512 series was tops, rolled
by Badger, subbing for Captain
Martin and Steward .respectively.
Si Jones, subbing .on the "Shrin "Shrin-ers,
ers, "Shrin-ers, has the' distinction of being
the only one to roll 200 or better
for the night. His 200 game nad
476 series led the Shriners.

Powells lost three to the Naval
Station but held their sixth place
position. Hogan led Powells with
a 487 series while Steins led the

Naval Station with a 462.
There are now only five con

tenders for the championship. Pow

ells. Naval Station and the Shrin

ers have been eliminated from

competition.
Standings
Teams W L

Voice of Music 31 V4 Wi

Police Assn. 26 22
Gillette 26 22
Aces 1 25 23

Wright Bros. 24V4 23Vi

Powells 23 25
Naval Station 20 28
Shriners-' 16 32
High for the Week
Class a St. John 515
Class B. Johnson 512
Class C Copper 401

Shobe
Butz
Janssen

Dougan
Bariram

Totals

Chuljak

Cerro
F. Tom
H. Tom

Yee

Totals

Upp
Moorman
Stilson
Gerski
Spinney
Trftals

Specht
Reed
Carpenter
Jones
Millspaugh
Totals

Ex-LSU Grid Coach
Mike Donahue Dies,

BATON ROUGE, La. (UPI)
Funeral .services were scheduled
today for Irish bom Michael Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Mike Donahue, Louisiana
State football coach three dec decades
ades decades ago. Donahue died at his
home here Thursday at the age
of 84.
The genial Irishman, .who led
tjsu into big-time football with
his teams in 1923 through 1927,
had been 111 for several months.
A native of County Kerry. Ire Ireland,
land, Ireland, he cae to the U.S. with his
parents as a 13-yearr0ld.
He was ftraduated from Yale
University in 1904 and coached
football at Auburn University
for the next 19 years.
His successes at Auburn
prompted LSU to hire him at a
salary, which was the highest
paid a football caoch in the
south at that time.

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Wright 8 res.
135 153
146 172
160 160
145 137
.155 169

161
178
146
112
139

449

496

466

394
463

Whatever
Happened to...

EVERETT MARSHALL

. Everett Marshall, known as
the "Blond Bear of the Rockies,"
drew record crowds back in the
days when professional wrest wrestling
ling wrestling was a aior sport. Many a

time in the 1930's Marshall chal challenged
lenged challenged for the heavyweight title
against the likes of Ous Sonnen-

berg, Strangler Lewis and Jim

Londes. Eventually, he outlast outlasted
ed outlasted them and won the crown
which he defended successfully

ROYALS SIGH MCCARTHY

CINCINNATI. Ohio (UPI)

John McCarthy, on terminal leave

from the Army, has signed a new
contract with the Cincinnati Roy

als at the National Basketball As
sociation. McCarthy, former Cani-

sius star, played for the Royals

two years ago before entering the
service.

741
ii

791
8

736 2268
8 24

749 799 744 2292

(Blind)

Oilier).
135

182
131
167,
130

125
164
131
137
178

166
137
131
117
144

426
483
393
421
452

745
25

735
25

695 2175
25 75

770
Acs
147
153
147
134
175

760 720 2250

189
136
177
161
157

130
109
133
136
152

466
398
457
431
484

756 820 660 2236

Shriners
143 142
v 151 85
148 156
154 122
132 175

135
156
198
200
135

420
392
402
476
'442

728
74

680
74

724 2132
74 222

Fortner
Tully
Guest
Badger
Stewart
Totals
Robinson
Gibson
(Blind)
Brown
Hogan

Totals
Curran
Stinson
Thomas
Copper
Steins
Totals

802 754
Pelic. Assn.
183 149
, 145 134
181 148
155 199
158 157

798 2354

177
158
163
161
197

509
437
492
515
512

822
Pow.lls
158
161
140
145
169

787 856 2466

145
130
140
147
127

153
129
140
179
191

456
420
420
471
487

Naval

773 689
Station
109 131
135 113
147 150
90 146
147 164

792 2254

111
123
164
165
151

351
371
461
401
462

628
89

704

714 2046
89 267

717 793 803 2313

GUN CLUB
NOTES
BALBOA GUN CLUB
With the range filled to near
capacity level, Balboa Gun Club
held the .22 caliber pistol night
shoot Dec. 9.
Match winner was navy chief
I.N. McKee of Rodman Naval Sta Station
tion Station with a score of 569 x 60 1st
expert, Chief L. W. Parks, ?. S.
Navy of Naval Communications
Station, Balboa 559; and expert,
F. E. Wells, Secretary of Balboa
Gun Club 558. 1st sharpshooter,
Dr. I. Fabrega of Panama City
532. 1st -marksman, W. J. Powell
536; 2nd marksman, S'. E.
Menk, U. S. Army, Ft. Clayton
524 with 5 X's, driving home the
fact that points often are not e e-nough
nough e-nough as ties are decided by the
number of shots vithin the X ring
(the X ring being the inner most
part of the bullseye) narrowly edg edging
ing edging out navy ensign M. J. Fetzer,
who also had a 524 with 4 X's.
Future night shooting matches
will be held the second and fourth
Tuesday nights starting in the
month of January and will conti continue
nue continue until further notice.

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In a lone aeries of matches.

Whatever happened to Everett

Marshall? Long since retired

from the ring, he operates a

ranch and feed lot near LaJun LaJun-ta,
ta, LaJun-ta, Colo., and the only rassling
he does now is an occasional pri

vate go with his son.

Balboa Yacht Club
Officers For 1959
Th Bslbee Yacht Club elee
4 efficers fer 1959 at a mnt-.
irtfl held en Tuesday, Dec. 9.
The new efficers far the next
term are as fellewss Paul C!a
man, cemmedere; David Hart
well, vice-cemmedere; Sam.
Moedy, secretary treasurer;
Milte Wright, meeringmaster;
Jehn McCenaghy, railway mast,
r; William Adams, reer cem
medere; Virgil G. Camay, past
cemmedere.

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Administration
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(AVIANCA)
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Traffic Manager
Clipper Cargo
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and for the convenience of the public, the above listed
offices can now be called direct at Tocumen International
Airport.

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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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Miscellaneous
SERVICES

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Resorts
PHILLIPS OeeansWe Cottages
Santa Clare
Mm J-II77 Criftoeel 1-1671.
Houses
Ok RENT: Chalet 2 -room,
oertn, living room,
room, maid's room.
$125.00, Aquilino de la Guardia
No. 12.
FOR RENT: I bedroom chalet,
ardent, pool, barbecue, ranene.
$125.00. Near San Fernando
Hopital. Telephone J-J098.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Office. 2 room
suite with lavatory, excellent
commercial location. Phono J-
6855.
FOR RENT: Novelty and Sou Souvenir
venir Souvenir stand. Chicago Bar, Cen Central
tral Central Avenue No. 18-145. corn corner
er corner of K Street.
HONEST ABI
TOKYO (UPD Japan ha an
honest Abe too. Taxicab driver
Kozo Abe, 23, turned over to po police
lice police a brief case containing near nearly
ly nearly $1,000 left behind in his cab
by a passenger yesterday.
FOR SALE
FRIGIDAIRE
AIR CONDITIONERS
H.P.
$75.00
With Guarantee
Tel. 3-7206
Mr. Arosemena
LIFE INSURANCE
fall
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar life Int. Co.,
for rates and .Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
"ATLAS'
Refrigeration Equipment
Compressors Etc.
AGENCIAS
L A R S E N, S.A.
Phone J-S4M
Opposite Old Balboa Brewery
(Next to English Wharf)
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 38 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile how
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
I IN NlCKXCADrtli.,
i EVERLASTING BATTERY
Foto International
155 Central Ave.
, Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
i Station.
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Apartments

FOR RENT: Beautiful one-bad-room
apartment in El Cangreio,
Madura's Building. For informa information
tion information call 2-2844 or 2-2854, from
9 to 1 2 and 2 to 6.
FOR RENT: Three badreom
apartment, maid's room, hot
water, parage, Paitilla. Phono 3-
2279.
FOR RENT:-Small modern apar apar-ment
ment apar-ment tuitable for married couple
raiidential aection. 50 Street
number 41, Bella Viita. Cloie to
Baturro Store.
FOR RENT: Furniihed screen screen-od
od screen-od one bedroom apartment. 50
St. No. 36. telephone 3-4644,
$75.00.
FOR RENT; Modern apartment
at La Crcsta: two badroomi, also
one small bedroom, living room,
dining room, kitchen, laundry
room, maid's room with lerviee,
hot water heater, garaga. large
yard. Available from lanuarv lit.
Telephone 3-7206 3-3028
for appointment.
FOR RENT: New modern du du-pley.
pley. du-pley. beautifully furnished, two
bedroom' apartment. Refined,
convenient location, $150.00.
Telephone 3-3884.
FOR RENT: Csngrejo, 1 room
apartment, naw house, new fur furniture,
niture, furniture, balcony, hot water. Call
3,1789.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedroom, diningreem.
Independent service. San Francis Francisco
co Francisco 86 Street No. 6, near Reose
volt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Going on vacation
January to May, diplomat will
rent furnished apartment: 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, .2 bathrooms, living-dining
room, inside and outside
porch, garage, screened, small
garden. Well situated, Bella Vis Vista.
ta. Vista. $140 monthly. 46th Street
No. 4-98. Phone 3-6525
POR RENT i Best located small
furnished apartment. Clean and
independent.. Excellent neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. 43rd Street Mo. 1 3.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping room, double couch, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, hotplate, private bath
and entrance. No. 3. 52nd. St.
Tel. 3-0638.
60c.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE : Auttin-Healv Sprite
Roadster. 1958. Telephone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4198, 4 to 6 p.m.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 57 Pontiac station
wagon V-8, air conditioned, ra radio,
dio, radio, power ateoring and brakes,
many extras, Panama 2-1 538,.
Peterson.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Brookwootf 4 door, 9 passenger,
with turboglide, power steering,
power brakes, radio, V8, padded
instrument panel, plastie teat
covers, underrating, electric
windshield wipers, window clean cleaner,
er, cleaner, oil filter, tinted glass. Blue Blue-book
book Blue-book value $2830. asking prieo
$2780. 1931 Model "A", duty
paid 1930 Model "A". Balboa
2-3347. House 719-B, Praao.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1958 Opel $1575,
3800 miles. Coco Solo 36-355.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: Mercury Montclair
1955. excellent tires, radio, good
condition, call 83-3289, Curun Curun-du.
du. Curun-du. BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: Lire new, 1951
Plymouth sedan, 4000 miles,
$1925, w.s.w., two-tone paint,
0599-A, Bayana St. Ancon,
phone 2-2744.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1953 Cadillac
Coupe de Ville factury air con conditioned,
ditioned, conditioned, power window, steering,
etc., clean plastic seat covers,
tinted glass, new rear tires, Leon
H. Hathaway. Apt. 12-E Rous Rousseau,
seau, Rousseau, Wast Bank.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
APPOINTS CARDINALS
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope
John XXIII yesterday appointed
the cardinals of Poland and West
Germany to membership in the
Sacred Congregation of the Coun
cil. The appointments meant Stef
an Cardinal Wyszynskl of Poland
and Josef Cardinal Frings of Ger
many would be required to make
more frequent visits to Rome.
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Blond walnut fable
and S chairs. Dark mahogany
table and 6 chairs. Lane cedar
chest. Occasional tables. Universal
blender, needs bearings. Radio,
recordettc, record playor. Metal
quartermaster chest, table and
buffet. Painted book shelves.
Mahogany lumbar, various sixes.
Phont Balboa 3630. House
761-8 Barnaby Street.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALE: Diningroom act,
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: Dining, room table,
mahogany with 6 chairs, all hand
made. Phone 3-5721. Ricarde
Arias street No. 18, apartment
6.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALE: Hi Fi rdcord player
cabinet, on year old; 12 'A ft.
Frigidaire Imperial, separate
f racier, 3 year plus guarantee;
louvers for .duplex and cottage;
electric fall, Xmas decorations,
books, games; foam crib mat mattress;
tress; mattress; mahogany sideboard; 26"
boys bike and household Stems.
171-8 Gambea. Tel. 6-336.
FOR SALE: Living room sot; 1
Mttee, 2 chairs. 2 1" TV 1 5 1 0-A
Calabash St. Gavilan Area, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Two gaa stoves,
$23.00 and $60.00. 12th street
Rio Abajo, house 26, one flight
up.
YOU GET MORE FROM DECOR
FOR SALT: Bamboo and maho mahogany
gany mahogany table, 4 chairs, ladies fall
clothing, African violets. Balboa
2-3619. A
FOR SALE: II Venetian blinds
for 4-family apartment; dining
room table with 4 chairs In ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Call Balboa 2 2-1443
1443 2-1443 after 4:00 p.m. or see at
0592-D Bayano St. Ancon.
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1975
QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE
The number of Americans
,itv, at lpntt a hish school edu-
i.,tinn ie sv norted to more than
double in the generation from
1940 to 1975. Newschart above
gives past, present and future
fionrM eunnlied bv the Metro
politan T .if Insurance Co. The
trend Is also reflected on the
college leveL The outlook for
ii fnr a two-thirds in
crease ever 1857' in number of
college graduates. mi
SHADED POST u Perched,
atop a mound OI aanauags, vpu i
Ingeman Hansson. of. Skene, i
Sweden, uses hit glasses to peeri
across the desert at an obser observation
vation observation post near the Gaza Air Airport
port Airport Hansson ii member of
the U.N. truce forces stationed
on the Gaas Strip to maintain
peace between Egypt and Israel.

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Miscellaneous

POR SALE: Accordion 120 bate
ood conditio. $75.00, P. L.
Core. Phone 13.2125.' 510-1.
Curundu 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: Baldwin Acrosonie
piano. Light wood. Beautiful tone
and excellent condition, almost
new. $750. Tel. Gamboa 754.
House 116 B ladwin Ave.
FOR SALE: Weaver Spinet pla plane,
ne, plane, excellent condition $350.00,
2620-B, Nieobar Ave., Cocoli.
After 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Genuine German
canaries, guaranteed singers.
Acuario Tropical, Pet Shop, 49
Via Espana. Tel. 3-5411.
Take 3 bateas for the price of 2
you pick your price. Artes do La
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: Modem piano,
Baldwin Acrosenis, light color,
like new, $500. Enquire at Fa Fa-derleo
derleo Fa-derleo Boyd Avenue D4-22.
Phene 3-33.11
Sealed bids will be received at the
Navy Exchange Office, Bldg. No.
24 U. S. Naval Statin. Rpdman.
C.Z. until 10:00 a.m. on 19
December 1958 (time of bid
opening) for purchase and re removal
moval removal of: cash registers, type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, adding machines, calcu calculator
lator calculator and stamp machine.
FOR SALE: For immediate tale.
1955 Ford Victoria 2 deer hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, $1100. Wringer type wash-,
ing machine, now motor;' $50.00.'
Aluminun garden furniture. Rugs.
Cornices. Miscellaneous r. house
and garden, equipment!, 0205
Herrick Read, Ancon. "&?
FOR SALI: Girls kieycre2l'j
1 American. $10.00, 1 English
$30.00. Phone Balboa 36B4.
YOU GET MORI FROM DECOR
FOR SALEt Hollywood style
double bed. Phone Gambea 319,
House 1 67-A. Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 49 Chrysler. 4 ddor
aedan, good tires, runs good,
$175.00 mahogany couch-bed
complete, bookcase desk, nice for
child er perch den $25.00. Call
2-4197 er see house 762-A
Balboa.
FOR SALE. I.FIat Alto Saxo Saxophone
phone Saxophone pnd B-Flat Clarinet. Good
beginners Instruments. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1443 after 4:00 p.m. er
aee at 5092-D Bayano St. Ancon.
FOR SALE: New IS inch, three
speed General Electric fan on
portable carriage. Price $40.00.
New 1 1 cubic foot General Elec Electric
tric Electric refrigerator model No. LAS
1I-RD1. Price $325. TeL No.
3-6899. Panami.
FOR SALE: The perfect Christ Christmas
mas Christmas gift. Movgashel Irish linen
sheet and pillow case sets in
white and pastel colors. Canal
Agencies, Cathedral Plaia.
Test Suit Heard
On Negro Women's
Bid For College
ATLANTA, Dec. 13 (UPI)-U.S.
District Judees Boyd Sloan took
under advisement yesterday, a suit
by three Negro women seeking
admittance to an all-white college
here,
Sloan asked tne plaintiffs and
the defending State Board of
Regents to submit written argu arguments
ments arguments to him by Jan. 1, as the
trial phase of the suit ended. He
promised to render; a decision by
the second Monday in January.
The trial Involving Georgia State
College of Business Administration
in Atlanta took up iV days of
testimony. It was the first of two
suits attacking racial segregation
practices in Georgia schools and
colleges. The other case, involving
the entire Atlanta public school
system,' will be heard next year.
In the current trial, the plain plaintiffs
tiffs plaintiffs charged that Georgia's segre segregation
gation segregation practices made It impos impossible
sible impossible for them to gain admission
to white institutions.
Their attorneys singled out a
registration requirement that three
alumni from the white college had
to certify the capabilities of the
applicant as being purposely de designed
signed designed to reject Negroes solely on
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However, defense attorneys'
sought to prove that the appu
cants did not measure up to col
lege standards and that the suit
was not filed in good faith. They
maintained that the application
requirements were made to up.
hold higher educational standards.
The plaintiffs Barbara Hunt,
Myra Elliott D'nsmore and Iris
Mae Welch -admitted they had
not filed transbript" which are re required
quired required from all applicants

Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lots S00 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuovp-Hipodreme
Urbanization, across the Remoa
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnert.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
Two very comfortable country
homos, including anoxes, ideal
for dry season, week ends or retir retired
ed retired persons, on Gorgona beach,
the pest and nearest from Pana Panama
ma Panama City, 50 miles from the fer ferry.
ry. ferry. $7,000 for both. So them
and make an offer: Telephone,
Balboa 1578 or Panama 3-6376.
FOR SALE: Beautiful property
en upper reaches Pacora River 8
miles from Goofy Lake (Cerre
Axul), on projected road to San
Bias: 108 hectares titled land
and 60 hectares without title.
About 40 hts pastures and 40
cleared : partly fenced; house for
foreman, lumbar and concrete
floor; riyor with clear water, sev several
eral several brooks, ideal climate. Nine
head of cattle average 3 years,
free from ticks and torsalo.
Price: $5,500 including cattle,
$5,000 without cattle. Apply El
Asjricultor, phone 2-1912.
FOR SALE: -Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished cottage 200 yards from Gor Gorgona
gona Gorgona beach, swim, fish, enjoy
life. Wonderful Xmas present
for the family. Phone Balboa
4474.
Two Army Sergeants
Picked To Attend
OCS In Georgia
Department of the Army this
week announced the acceptance
of two members of U.S. Army
Caribbean for Officer Candidate
School. 1
Sfc. Robert E. Locey. of Head
quarters Detachment, U.S. Army
Garrison, Fort Amaaor, ana &p4
Robert L. K. Jones of the U.S.
Army Technical Service, ; Pacific
(Transportation corps). Fort Clay
ton, will leave about Dec. 23 for
training at Fort Benning, Ga.
Locey veteran ot nine years
service including more than a
year spent in Korea, was assign assigned
ed assigned to the 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry, Fort Kobbe, on May 22,
19S7. About a year later he was
transferred to Fort Amador and
has since served as post opera
tions sergeant.
Jones, who has nearly five years
of service, was assigned to Fort
Clayton in May 1958 and has been
serving as movements control spe
cialist at Albrook Air Force Base.
Locey, who is 27 years of age, is
from Washington Court House, 0
hio. He joined the Army in Octob
er 1949. His wife and three daugh
ters, Linda Nell, Peggy Jean and
Karen Sue, are with him in the
Canal Zone and will accompany
mm back to the states.
Jones, 23, Is the son of Mrs.
Charles A. Jones of Shampkin, Pa.
Before coming to USARCARIB he
was graduated from the Army
Language school, Presidio of Mon
terey, Calif., anJ served in Eng England
land England from October 1955 to Novenv
ber 1956.
Both Locey and Jones applied
for ocs feeling that they could bet
ter fulfill! their obligation as of
ficers.
They are career men, and will
be commissioned in the Infantry
upon completion of the 23 week
course. Locey hopes to serve in
Germany, and Jones also would
like a European assignment. I
Train Running Late
Hits School Bus
(filling Two Children
ESSEX, Ont. Dec. 13 (UPI)
A New .York Central passenger
tram running 30 minutes behind
schedule hit a parochial school
bus at a grade crossing near here
yesterday, killing two boys. Three
other students and the driver were
injured. r
The impact knocked the bus
from the tracks, shaking up the
other four students' in the vehicle
but not otherwise injuring them.
James Rupert, the railroad's
station agent here, said the chil children
dren children were stilting dazed and cry
ing in the bus when he arrived at
hte crossing.
Railroaders at the scene said
visibility was poor at the time of
the accident, but ew xoric cen
tral officials said visibility was
good. v
The railroad said the train, the
Detroiter, was running about 30
minutes behind schedule. I had
been due in Detroit from New
York at 8 a.m. Essex is approx approximately
imately approximately 20 miles from Detroit.
The nine students were being
driven to Holy Name School in
The Rev. M. I. O'Neill identified
the dead as Paul Bosse, 7, and
David Purvis. 8.
The driver, Albert Sloack, of
Essex, suffered cuts and abra abrasions.'
sions.' abrasions.' j

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER ."A", IABIO
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PHONI BALBOA 370 :

Domestic Employment
Maid wanted by couple with
"sirfall child, to sleep In. CaH
Phone 3-1601.
WANTED
WANTED: ,.T buy Cocker
Spaniel puppy one month er two
old. Call 3-089S.
WANTED: Band saw and Sand Sander.'
er.' Sander.' Phone Panama 2-6895, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama.
WANTED :-rSmall North Amer-
lean family m El Cangrejo desire
maid who can cook and live in.
No laundry. Top. salary. Call 3'
1242 Saturday or Sunday.
WANTED; Small warehouse
space or set of garages in vicinity
of Exposition grounds or Bella
Vista, contact Donald Halman 3 3-6717.
6717. 3-6717. Spiritual Exchange
Sought By Russian
Who Fled To West
FRANKFURT, Germany Dee
13 (UPI) A Russian novelist,
who. flea to tne west iasi monra
said yesterday he wanted to live
in freedom and work to bring
intellectuals of the East and West
closer together.
Alexander Tscheyshvilli, who
won the Stalin prize in 1951 for
his book,- "Lelo,,f issued a written
statement to the press on his
plans for the future.
"I came to the West to ask for
myself the same rights enjoyed
by every citizen here," he said.
He emphasized that he partic particularly
ularly particularly wanted to continue his li literary
terary literary work and meet other
authors.
"My literary task as I see it,'
he said, "is to bring the 3 intel intellectuals
lectuals intellectuals of the East and West
closer together. The spiritual ex exchange
change exchange of thought can, in my
opinion, help considerably toward
understanding between people.
Tscheyshvilli, who fled to West
Berlin Nov. 26 while attending a
Communist writers' congress in
East Berlin, has been in hiding
in West Germany since last week.

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While House Guests
Driven From Dinner
By Heartbeat. Virus
WASHINGTON Dee. 13 (UPI)
The illness and sudden departure
of two guests, marred President
and Mrs. Eisenhowers million-
aie studded state dinner at the
White; 'House- Thursday night.-
Mrs. Howard E. Simpson, wife
of the president of the Baltimore ;
and Ohio Railroad suffered a.min.

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THr CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL GLEE CLUB (0. E. Jorstad, director) which is to be featured in. the twenty-first Cristobal Christmas Festival Tuesday at7:30 p.m. The singers will pre present
sent present vocal numbers appropriate to the Christmas season, and then join with the band on the front lawn of the school for the traditional tableaux. This is Jorstad s twentieth year as

director of the festival. Atlantic

Holiday Festival At Cristobal School
Features Brother-Sister Performers

Several brothers and sisters will I Also in the band are Carol, play play-be
be play-be participating Tuesday in the ling the clarinet, and Jean, doub-

CristObal Hign SCnooi unsimai
Festival and will represent sever several
al several generations of families in the
Canal Zone school system.
Three sisters, all violinists, are
members of the orchestra. They
are Jean, Carol and Pat Seaman.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 21
hours endini 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
, Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High M S3
Low 3
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High 96 95
,Low 68 14
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(max. iwph) W-12 NW-11
RAIN (Inches) .13 -01
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 81 82
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A brother-sister combination is
Will and Betty Limkeman. Will,
chief electrician, is installing the
speaker system and assisting with
special lighting. He plays the tu tuba
ba tuba in the band, violin in the or orchestra,
chestra, orchestra, and sings with the gle
club. His sister, Elizabeth, sings
in the eirls' alee club and is the
accompanist for the boys glee
club.
The brother-sister combinations
include Frank and Becky Mc Mc-Leod.
Leod. Mc-Leod. Frank is in the band, or orchestra
chestra orchestra and chorus, and also will
sing a solo on the program. His
sister, Becky, is also a member
of the chorus.
Beth Bialkowskl plays clarinet
in the band; her brother Jay plays
the snare drum.
Claire White plays also saxo saxophone
phone saxophone in both band and orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. Her brother Billy is in the
percussion sections of the same
groups.
Several sisters participating are
Mary and Teresa Washabaugh.
Mary plays a French horn in both
band and orchestra and Teresa
plays violin in the orchestra. Oth
er brothers and sisters participat-.
ing are Beverly and Janice Brown
lee, Karen and Randy Coate, Shar Sharon
on Sharon and Kenneth Cooper, Barbara
and Ruby Hall, and Hazel and
Jeanette Kirkland. -Pat
Lawson, Cristobal's Jam
boree queen, plays the cello in the

Kidnap Plot Thwarted In Washington

As Cops Shoot It
WASHINGTON. Dec. 13 (UPD
Acting on a tip from the FBI, po
lice frustrated a kidnap plot last
night in a blaze of gunfire that
killed one of the would-be abduc
tors, wounded three others and
nicked the intended victim.
The FBI's local office tipped off
police late yesterday that a gang
of hoodlums planned to break in
to the home of Felix Marchegiam,
a 61-year old building contractor,
and force him to accompany them
to his office and open the safe.
Five detectives were hidden In
the Marchegiani home while four
others were deployed in two scout
cars at vantage points outside.
At 10:30 p.m. when police had
about decided the tip was wrong
or the kidnap plot had been can cancelledtwo
celledtwo cancelledtwo cars carrying four
men showed up, circled the block
several times, and finally parked
in front of Marchegiani's home.
The Four men, two armed with
pistols and the other two with
sa wed-off shotguns, hurried up
the walk to the front door. One
was garbed as a priest. The oth others
ers others wore stocking maks over their
heads.
Marchegiani opened the door
when one man knocked, caught a
glimpse of the shotguns, and fled
upstairs. One of the gunmen
caught a glimpse of Sgt. Leonard
Kragh crouching behind I sofa In
the living room and opened, fire.
Police outside, who held their
fire for fear of hitting their bud-
INCOMIS REMAIN HIGH
MADISON, Tenn. (UPI) Being
in the Army hasn t affected the
income of entertainer Elvis Pres
ley very much. Tom Parker, the
singer's manager, said today that
Elvis earned about 2 million dol dollars
lars dollars in 1958-very close to the fig figure
ure figure for 1957 when he was a civil
ian. Movies and records brought
in the money.
dies inside, said the entire house
seemed to explode with gunfire.

outstanding actMttea I uie year,

orchestra and bells in the band.
Her sister Colleen plays the clai clai-voline
voline clai-voline in the orchestra.
Esther Miller is a senior who
is playing her last Christmas fes festival
tival festival as accompanist for the glee
club. This is the sixth year she
has accompanied the school chor choruses.
uses. choruses. She is a piano pupil of Mrs.
C. J. Genis.
Will Hyes, also a senior, sings
second bass in the choir. This
year he will give the narration for
The Christmas Story" with the
band at part of the outdoor Christ Christmas
mas Christmas program on the front lawn.
Harry Butz, a sophomore and
first Assistant in Shop class, is bu
sy setting up the scenery for
the tableaux. He sings with the
glee club and will be heard in a
solo on the Christmas program.
One of the interesting orches orchestra
tra orchestra selections will be the "Chil-
d r e n's Symphony," sometimes
known as the "Toy Symphony,"
by Haydn. The toy instruments
and their players are nightingale,
Gerarde De Tore; cuckoo, Claire
White; bell tree, Harry Colbert;
drum, Billy White; trumpets,
Luis Martin and Robert Evans;
rattle, Phillip Sanders; tambour tambourine,
ine, tambourine, Mary Lou Washabaugh; cym cymbals,
bals, cymbals, Geoffrey Thompson; quail,
Tommy Wilson; triangle, John
Waimo; metallophone, D a r e t
Hause; castanets, Carol Agee.
The public is invited to the pro program,
gram, program, which begins at 7:30 p.m.
in the Cristobal High School audi auditorium.
torium. auditorium. Out With Hoodlums
une nancm crumpled dead on
the foyer floor. Two, others, de
scribed by police as "completely
riddled," fell beside him. A fourth,
believed to be critically wound wounded,
ed, wounded, managed to escape.
None of ths police was hit, but
a stray bullet rucked Marchegia Marchegiani
ni Marchegiani in the right shoulder.
The wounded, including Mar Marchegiani,
chegiani, Marchegiani, were taken to Provid Providence
ence Providence Hospital. An "armed and ex extremely
tremely extremely dangerous" warning was
issued for capture' of the gunman
who escaped!
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Federal Reserve Board Data Shows
Fresh Evidence Recession Is Over

WASHINGTON, Dec. 13 (UPI) (UPI)-Federal
Federal (UPI)-Federal Reserve Board figures to today
day today offered fresh evidence that
the nation's economy is emerging
from the recession that gripped
it last winter.
Statistics showed that Industrial
production recorded its biggest in increase
crease increase in five:, months and cons construction
truction construction activity, personal income,
and retail sales soared to record
highs in November.
The increase in factory, mine
and mill activity was credited to
a big boost in auto assemblies,
plus a widespread gain in manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing activity generally.
A major factor in the November
increase, the board said yester yesterday
day yesterday was an end to labor strife
iCHIPPER AT 81 tng
tr.m and etoc at 81, famed
iepera singer Mary Garden
Urave a greeting on the Champs
Elysees m Paris. Darling of
:opers ian'a generation ago,
isbe has Just given her approval
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of autos and other items in Octo
ber.
The Reserve Board said its in
dex of industrial production, bas
ed on a 1947-49 average ot iou,
iumioed three noints'in November
to 141. This .wat two ppinis aoove
the November. 1957. level and .on
ly four points below uie an-time
record set in the boom month of
August, 1957.
The board's seasonally adjust adjusted'
ed' adjusted' rate of auto production in Nov November
ember November stood at 139 per cent of
the 1947 49 average, compareo
with only 67 per cent in October.
The industry's schedule indicated
an even further increase in out output
put output this month.
Th hr.rd noted that production
of non-durable goods, which far
ed relatively well during me Busi Business
ness Business slump, rose to a new record
in November.
Dulles In Paris
To Meet Allies
For Berlin Talks
PARIS, Dec. 13 (UP1) Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles
arrived today to try to marshal a
solid western front against Soviet
threats to drive the West out of
Berlin. .
Dulles, who travelled aboard
President Eisenhower's special
super-constellation "Columbine
landed at Orly Airfield, 15, miles
south of Paris at 9:20 a.m.
Dulles' arrival inaugurated a
week of feverish diplomatic acti activity
vity activity in the French capital.
In the course of a series of bila bilateral
teral bilateral and joint meetings, the for for-eigns
eigns for-eigns ministers of the Atlantic al alliance
liance alliance will seek a common stand
against Russia's decision to ease
tko -waetorn nowerS OUt Of Ber
lin even at the risk of a nuclear
W"1' . II..
The clouds hanging over me
"oronH alliance" were as dark as
was the threatening weather over
France when Dulles' plane touch touched
ed touched down at the windswept airfield
south of Paris.
Diplomatic observers predicted
it would take all of Dulles exper experience
ience experience and skill to re-establish uni unity
ty unity among NATO allies who seem seemingly
ingly seemingly do not see eye-to-eye on the
Berlin crisis.
The NATO council of ninisters
will meet Dec. 16-18 at the al alliance's
liance's alliance's headquarters, the Challlot
Palace at the western end of Paris.

Motive For Tragic
Cull Bombing Told

In Tape Recording
CHATSWORTH, Calif. Dec. 13
(UPD A pattern of twisted mo motives
tives motives began to emerge yesterday
explainine'why two former reli religious
gious religious cult members carried out
a murderous bombing which
claimed 10 lives. Including their
own.
"We will make him (Krishna
Venta. the cult's leader) deliver
a public statement that he isn't
what he claims, that he is not
the lord, that he is immoral, hy hypocritical
pocritical hypocritical and untruthful."
The words wre spoken by
-the two former members,
Ralph Muller, 33. and Peter
Dumas Kamenoff, 42, into a
tape recorder a few hours be before
fore before they had a showdown
meeting Tuesday with Venta
which ended in the-deaths of
the two men, Venta and seven
other persons, including two
children, at the Fountain of
the World colony.
"The people are slaves of the
master? he holds them in bond
age." the recordings left by the
dead men said.
"He doesn't practice what he
preaches," the voices said. They
also accused Venta, 49, self-appointed
messiah. of being im immoral
moral immoral with two women, i Includ
ing Kanenoff's wife, and of mak making
ing making trips to Las Vegas and gam
bling with the cult's money.
"We have dedicated our lives
to this mission, and whatever
may come. This may be our last
night in the world. We are leav leav-ing
ing leav-ing this recording because we
want people to know our mo-
Uives," the tapes said.
The men used 20 sticks of high
potency dynamite to flatten the
main building in the cult's col colony
ony colony where about 70 members
and their children lived. Most
of the members were sleeping in
another building when the bomb
exploded.
Some people ore so prejudiced
they won't listen to the other side
of a phonograph record.
BY WALT SCOTT

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WASHINGTON UPI) The
House Veterans Committee discov

ered yesterday thnt thousands of
veterans drawing, pensions ; on
grounds of need actually enjoy enjoy-together
together enjoy-together with their ; wives either
fair incomes or tubstaniial hold holdings
ings holdings of cash or securities. ir--
A committee survey uncovered
one such ?'nndy'V veteran who.
together with his wife, had a net
worth of 162,096, including $53,296
in liquid assets and' an annual
income of $3,348. -
This particular veteran already
had dr vn i "ion checks total
ing about $5,400. On the basis of
mortality tables, he could be eX
pected to draw another $9,450. His
military service ; lasted four
months, all in the United States.
The survey showed ma many
ny many thousands efj. ss fortunate
veterans an supporting them themselves
selves themselves .miagerly in their eld
age with no incom but their
veterans' pensions of either $M. $M.-15
15 $M.-15 or $71.75 per month.
On the basis of a cross section
of pension cases pulled from Vet Veterans
erans Veterans Administration files, the
committee estimated that close to
20,000 of the 800,000 pensioners
now on the rolls have Incomes,
with their wives, of $5,000 or
more.
About 1C.0OO were "estimated to
control again with their wives wives-liquid
liquid wives-liquid as -rts of $15,000 or more.
At the ether end of the table.
the committee said an estimat estimated
ed estimated 45,000 married pensioners
Soldier Who Spent
Ten Years AWOL
Faces Courlmarlial
FRANKFURT, Germany Dec
13 (UPI) An American soldier
who went AWOL into Communist
Romania for 10 years will be tried
for desertion next week, the U.S.
Army announced yesterday. ..,
The Army said Pvt. Jonathan
J. Morris, 42, of Wheeling, W. Va
would fsce s general courtmar-
tiai here on Tuesday.
Morri voluntarily returned to
Germany on a MmmerciaJ ,ab
plane ficm .Bucharest list 'Sent.
17, Army officials said, and s'l"
rendered to Army authorities. He
landed at Cologne and wrs
brought to Frankfurt t where he
has been held for investigation.
The Army shed no light on why
Morris went to Romania. Official
aid e'etuls of his alleged desr
tion cuJd be disclosed at his pu public
blic public t- ai.
Army records show that Morris
was reported missing from his
unit, the 1st Signal Company of
tne 1st infantry Division, on Nov.
11. 1948. The division was sta
tioned m Bavaria at that time,
but since has returned to the Unit United
ed United States.
Nation's Students
Urged To Speak Out
Against Segregation
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. Dec. 13
(UPD Sen.-elect Kenneth B.
Keatine (R-N.Y.) ureed the na
tion's students last night to
speak out against school segre
gation.
"A unified student rejection of
school discrimination would
leave no doubt of the Inevitable
result." Keating said in a speech
at a National Student Associa Association
tion Association meeting at Union College.
"Your voice will be heard and
heeded throughout the land."
He said students, as "the voice
of experience." might well pror
vwe the impetus needed to solve
the school Integration problem.
He suggested they explain to
their elders "that there is prac prac-ticallv
ticallv prac-ticallv no student who would ra
ther be deprived of an education
than share hi classroom with a
child whose skin Is another col
or."
He urged the youths to speak
up both as Individuals and
through the Student Association
which, he said, could play a "vi
tal community roie" in solving
Integration problems.

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pnsions. About- J 14,000 wtt.ara"
appear to have outside incomes
of not mere than $500 ;

Committee Chairman 'Olin-E.
Teaeu. (D-Ter.') nrooosed to pot.
rect both conditions, at least par-
uauy. He- saia legislation is being
drafted to pare from the pension
rolls some of those who s no -not;
need help md to increase pay
ments for those who need it bad badly.
ly. badly. -.
. The. Wb'te-House-has 'hinted ft
may sponsor; legislation in the
same field,' ag. part, of a drivi : to
cut govenutent spending. Teague'f
proposals, at least initially,prob,
ably would increase total outlayi
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Police
Of American. Ship
SINGAPORE: Dek lS-ftrpfv
The crew of the American
freighter President FUlmora
charged today Indonesian police
in a Sumatra port shot up their
vessel with machine guns- and
rifles and held eight crewmen
captive for several houfs;
The American President Lines
freighter out of San Francisco
reported no one injured when it
arrived here Friday from PelaV
wan, Sumatra, en route to Ma Manila,
nila, Manila, r .y
Crewmen said that
blue-uniformed police at Pelav
wan- ordered; ship's officers te
raise the gangplank of the 7.644,
ton. President Fillmore and re-
fused to allow a shore party ol
eight-crew members to "go bacl
aboard. J
Then they fired bursts. of ;rifti -d
.machine ; gun fire intothi
side ojT the ship. One bullet whi
zed past the head of second
electrician Jess Laskey and bur bur-led
led bur-led itself in a lifeboat i
i "They held us in tferror,' BnV
gme Cadet Harry Young, 19
said. "They would not allow any.
Ana Ia -m. a..iti ....
pcas to mem., v
v't A soon y anyttoriy did, .hi
wUtreetM by a Bnft ofgun-
Th erlw reported that Aftei
two hours, during Ttfiieh r tlm
e ship vainly tried to make ra.
mo contact with Indonesian au authorities
thorities authorities ashore, the -eight cap captive
tive captive crewmen were able to go
back to the ship. ; 7
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