The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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PANAMA, R. f FKIDAY,, DECEMBER 19, 1958
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s iVoice From Outer Space May Be Ike's

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" CAPE CANAVERAL Fla., Dec'19 (UPI) ;An Ameri American
can American eateNito weighing nearly 4 tons circled the earth
today, apparently ready to broadcast on "cue the voice
if President Eisenhower. r, S
The mighty Atlas satellite,' three times as big as
"Russia's gr0atest space effort, was a double propaganda
victory for the United States.
It showed the abljity of American science and tend tended,
ed, tended, to downgrade previous estimates of Russian rocket
power. N -
-The 8800-pound ; satellite roared Into the skies at
6:02 p.ni. yesterday. It was a bulls-eye on the very first
s try by1 the, Aif Force.,
An automatic guidance system, In use for the first
time on a' satellite .ehoot, performed perfectly, and, the
Atlas was guided, rather than, thrown'; into exactly the
'orbit path 'that; had been planned, ;

The Atlas carried in it nose
"cona-s communication system
designed to record, messages from
atationa on the ground and -play
them back at a specified time.
The Dofonso Dopartmont hint
"ed atronely that Piwsldont EU
aonhower'c yo'e nUaht be one
of the irt raiayad back Irom
space. 'j j. i, 1 ,J
aive rocket engines attributed to
feet kmg,- twice, as long a the
average highway bus, and' la.
. wjtweighs Rsia.SPUtik.j J,
hichdied'-earli 0,18
Sputnik III weighed 2925 pounds.
The Soviets at present' have no
satellites in orbit. The United
States hai four; t
.i.ifi niir aM the Atlas
mnns,lrates Russia did
... ...ni nnssMK the mas-
u.Vttt ncrlnii 1 attributed .to
it when the Sputnika were put Jn
, to orbiU -r".t
jj-'S-r j !'
The firing ulckenod ripeul
tion that this country it noaring
the point whore it ouW put a
man into space. Some
lnt.d eut that the Unite.
States now has met capability
but the problem still U now to
got the space traveler back, a-
Some military" experts lone
have feH the reputed Soviet, lead
in missile development iwas exag
iw heUeve" theXUnited. States
v hadMtoe- capabBity Kput a satelr
litl in orbit-before Russia,; ) but
that u.!. misue ppugim eiui.j
had not been pointed toward, a is-
Tfie Defense Department; ,an-;
- nounced the aitellite called
"Score,"! for Satellite Commimica..
tiins Orbit Relay experiment
would Swing ? around the: earth
once- every 100 minutes for about
20 days. It was reachened 2sta 2sta-fute
fute 2sta-fute mUes from the arth af its
farthest point and 118 miles at the
closest;-sfe;f;.. ,4 ; ,..
Scientists said the bis asmb asmb-ly
ly asmb-ly should be plainly visible in the
southern ipart of the United States,
fcinine most brightly 1 at dusk. 5a

Russian

"o2tnimr;' t tannched Oct.
BOhere-shaped, 22.8 .inches In
speed, 18,000 mph: maximum

SPUTNIK II: launched Nov, S, 1957: weight 1118 pounds;
eone-snaped, 15 feet longt orbit time, 103.7 minutes; speed, 17, 17,-:
: 17,-: 800 mph; maximum height. 1020 miles; minimum height 40
miles. .Burned out April lX'''"'
SPUTNIK III: Launched May IS; Weight, 2925.53 pounds;
Vcbn'e-shapedr'll.S feet longji orbit, time, 105.21 minutest speedk
14 746 mph r maximum height 1120 miles:: minimum height, 128

I":

EXPLORER It Launched Jan. 5L 1958. Weight, 80.8 pounds;

M tube-shaped, 80 inches long; time ot orbit, s ll335: 3 minutes;
i Speedy 19,000 mph;1 maximum height, 1509.9 miles; :i minimum
y .i height,1 218 2 miles. Expected stay In orbit 8 to 8 years. 'V r. v-A
:? S VANGUARD Ir Launched March ;17 Weighty ,3-25 pounds;
r sphere-shapedo 6.4 Inches in diameter;': orbit time, 134.25 min-
tites; speed, 18,365 mph; maximum height, 2458 miles; minimum
s S heleht. 409.1 miles. Expected stay un at least 200 years.

tWA- IXPLORER'IIIr Launched March 26; Weight,' 81 pouhds,
tobe-ahaped, -ty -inches long; orbit time, 115,7 minutes; speed,
18.000 mph; inaximum height, 2000 miles; minimum height 100

miles.-' seueveu ournea up- m 4vm,-.-"---'-if -..
'U,X: EXPLORER IV: Launched July 26. Weight. 38 Pouhds: bul

let-shaped,. 80 Jnch.ee long Expected to stay in orbit s I-' to ; ,10
fet;-' years..- i'-- 's-y- vyV.wi,r'.,.-.'i. i? ; i-,
ATLAS MtssiLEr-Uunched Dec.i 18; weight, 8500 to 6700
i iii, pounds; orbit time, about once every 100 minutes; speed, 17,100

mpn; maximum neignvezs miles; minimum neignt 118 miles.

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TRIPS

Without confirming w danylng
that Eisenhower's vole' was. In In-velvad,,
velvad,, In-velvad,, Defense Doptrtmant of of-ficlals
ficlals of-ficlals said they hoped M rio'
gar th tap recorder Into ac ac-tion
tion ac-tion about 4 p.m. today.
The satellite's messages were to
be' received by four specially
quipped stations at Los-Angeles:
Ft. Huachuci, Ariz.! Ft. Sam
Houston, Tel., and Ft, Stewart,
a n u j
It was expected that if the
rtunkstrons experiment "aucceed-
ed. the. recorded transmissions
frim satellite orbiting the earth
at a peak altitude of 625 miles
would be made available to com
mercial radio networks for broad:
cast and probably, to the Voice of
America, ,.
j ft i fJ'.i'if' .; -''M 'i ." : '-
. The broadcast recordings would
put a dramatic highlight on a
communications tost that could
lead to a future of limit loss
military- and civilian, ums of sa sa-tollitos
tollitos sa-tollitos .for communications and
television relay.
The' 150-pound payload in the 8,
700-pound satelliti includes a tape
recorder which can store up as
many as 1680 words.
The (four ground stations sent
messages to the satellite which 'it-
will return to the station on re
cept of a coded signal,
tracking; .(stations are receiving
transmission irom- the sateuue
on 107.970 and 107.940 megacycles,
bur. the communications relav svs
tem frequencies were closely
guarded secrets for the moment.
Officials said the coded signals
which would trigger: the tape rec recorder
order recorder into! action here, too com complex
plex complex to be deciphered by. eaves-
droppers,';4!; 1
Ham operators with -sufficiont-,ly
"sophisticated" rocoivors will
bo able," however,' to listen to
the talking satellite once the fre-i
quencies have boon made known.
ARPA director Roy Johnson
said at Cape Canaveral that the
satellite was a "great step
ward .in cemmunications"
for-
:.Y;
1957: 1 weight, "184 a pounds:
184
diameter; Orbit time, 96 minutes;
height, 560 .miles;,f; mimmum
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20 aays.
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Santa

By Toy-laden Albrdok Plane

By JUIC R.JP, THORNTON
For hundreds of orphan and
hospitalized children la, David,
Santa Claus became a reality
Wednesday as two United States
Air Force cargo planes loaded
with' toys and gifts, touched
down at' the local airport, for
the 15th consecutive year.
Tne c-54 and c-47 airplanes
were met by tne governor ox
Chirlqui Province, Federlco Ba-i
gel, and David's mayor, Manuel'
Garcia, along with a throng
of eager children. t j
ants Claus was the mam,
attraction the moment lie ap appeared
peared appeared in the plane's hatch hatchway.
way. hatchway. Spotting the red suit,
children dashed past airport
guards to embrace the jolly'
gentleman, and could not be
pacified till he had lifted
each one into his arms s. in
turn and taled with' them
about everyone's favorite b
ject i Christmas.
The gifts that were now be
ing unloaded into trucks had
been collected oy aoy scouts at
Albrook AFB in a drive lasting
several weeks. The broken items
collected "were mended' and
painted by, the air base's lire
department crews, ;
First stop was tne Ban Jose
Domlneo de Obaldia hospital.
cakes, canay, ice cream, ana
tovs were nassed 'among the
children in twa waroa oy an-
ra (alia Armand J. LaBeue,. a
veteran of three JJAJila trips)
and hi nrttva Including Xt. CoL
Claude A. 'Babb; Chaplain
(Mai.) Bernard r. schumacner
Capt. Victor -H., Boladof, Capt.
James A. Powers: 2nd IA. Rica
ard E. Betron: CWO Leonard B,
Rice, TSgt. James J Cole,
James Evans, Raymond A. Gar
cla, Lewis J. Peters, Thomas P.
Pina, Joseph V. Rodrlguea and
SSgt. joe u fiiiiot. j
From there the caravan mov
ed on to the 1 Guarderia Infan Infan-til
til Infan-til (Red Cross Day Nursery)
where more toys and 1 sweets
were passed out by a busy and
warm Santa. .
. Hula hoops weraa- big hit.
The older children made a
, scramble for the court yard
where there was more room
to swlnr the brightly-colored
hoops as the procesison moved
on. v -
The Home of the Miraculous
Medal, a' Catholic;: orphanage,
wasNthe last stop on Santa's
list Here 03-sirls. raneintr in
aires from four to 48 years, were
treated to a visit from "Mister
Whiskers" himself.
With the. toys and ice cream
vnne. it was tne i airmen s iuru
to be treated-to a meal of Ideal
dishes and dessert, unexpectea
entertainment was provided by
the girls : singing Christmas
Carols v and several v tamuiar
Stateside show -tunes In Eng
lish such, as "Mary.-, and -VHar
rla-an. That's' Me" i the latter
hrinflrine- down the house with
moused lauenter ana comraenu
of "Where did they learn that
one?"
The feeling of all tne cnu-,
dren was summed .up by a
young lady from, the orphan-,
age 1 who addressed the g ath- ;
ertog in English saying "It
is my honor and pleasure to
speak for ail the girls here
at the' orphanage" and in
tbeir name, I wish to thank,
most sincerely, you- gentlemen
of the Air Force; and all the
good people v at the Albrook
Air Foref Base. We ask God to
continue to bless all of you
for your kindness to us over
all these years."f i
Since there was still 'time be
fore the flight hack to the ca canal
nal canal Zone, th governor invited
evervone to ride to the town of
Boquete, not far distant, to see
more of the beautiful mountain
country where coffee. Is grown,
After an enjoyable visit- the
group was returned to the air-
oort to find the.. C-47 loaded
down I, with oranges:; that ; had
beeh delivered ..as a gift.V 1
if-
Now that the snnual Christmas
tree has been selected and borne
home in triumph, Canal Zone re residents
sidents residents have been reminded by
the Canal Zone Fire Division that
their responsibilities for a safe aa
well. as a joyful holiday are only
beginning. v
i In a special memorandum to the
public, Fire Chief W. G. Dolan has
listed the following M uiurit
'which should be takeo by every

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THAT PERSONAE TOtCBH-Operation Christmas brought personal greetings' from 'Santa to
several hundred happy Chirlqui children as "'Mister-Whiskers, visited, the San Jose de Obaldhi
Hospital, the Guarderia Infanttl (Red .cross Dy Nursem and the Medalla Milagrosa Orphan

age in David.' Among the gifts

games. Candy,' cake ahd Ice cream were another" treat given to
loads, flown from Albrook, helped spread rChristmas cheer.

GHRI
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79th Army
The 79th Army Band, will pre present"
sent" present" a special Christmas concert
from 3:30 to S p.m. Sunday, at the
Fort Amador bandstandV
,
Christna music will be played.
Such old favorites as ".Jingle Bells'
arranged hv Morton iGould, ;The
Children's March" by tdwip Fran Fran-ko
ko Fran-ko Goldman- and "March of the
Toys" from "Babes .iBjToyland"
by Victor Herbert wii).; De piayea,
together with popular" numbers
such as "Rudolph the Red-Nosed
Reindeer"1 and "Santa Claus Is
Coming to Town.'; , v
Carols will also be featured,' and
the strains of "Noel'', and 'Holy
NightV will be wafted on the -dry
season .breezes. .fe 4 ;
Seats will be provided for those
who wish to attend. Admission is
free and the public is invited.
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Christmas will beginVTuesday
ftrnnnn fnr thnnanrit nf Canal
Zone school children who will ,put
away their, books,.! exchange gnu
with their schoolmates and leave
for home, on a 10-day, Christmas
vacation. : :,!y,v, .; -..f,;'-
householder'Ilorithc iare": -'lad ;
maintenance trees to keep the fire
hazards. of. Christmas .time at, s
.ininimum)-;f:z ?6i'-$,vii '.vms '.vms-:
: '.vms-: Stand the tree in. water in s
shaded part, of the room. Before
placing It in Wateri cut off about
one, inch of the end of the trunk
for the absorption of water ;:;;
' Be sure the tree is well-suoDort-
ed on a firm stand and is placed
J sway, from .radios, ;
V sets- or

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of toys were roc'clnir hqrses, hula hoops. tricycles, Idoils and

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The annual holiday will offic officially
ially officially begin after the last class
Tuesday afternoon, Classes will
be resumed on Jan, 5, the first
Monday of the New Year.
During the past week, Christ Christmas
mas Christmas music programs have been
given in most of the schools on
both sides of the Isthmus. In
many of the classrooms special
Christmas, parties will be held on
the day before the holiday is 4o
beg111-. (
KofC Council
Continuing the -practice establ established
ished established in the past few years, the
Cristobal Countil No. 1689, Knights
of Columbus, will sponsor Christ Christmas
mas Christmas parties for two villages on
Galun Lake.
!flans have been made for one
group to go by train" to Frijoles
and hold a party in' that village
for the children and their parents
on Sunday. The group will leave
from Mt Hope station on the 1 o' o'clock
clock o'clock Strain ith toys,! and refresh refreshments
ments refreshments for the villpgers. ;
Another, group will leave, by
launch from Dock 45 at 9:30 p.m.
to go up the lake to"Ouipo with
toys Snd refreshments to stage a
similar party for the villagers and
children, ;
FireslBeg
other sources of heat. Locate the
tree some distance away from
the electrical waU outlet so that,
there will be no danger: S from,
sparks "when the: lights are dis disconnected.
connected. disconnected. Avoid the use of flam flammable
mable flammable decorations on or near the
tree. Use only electrical deyiles
such aa tree lighting sets, decora decorative
tive decorative lighting outfits and extension
cords which have been I pprOved
by the Underwriters Laboratories

to David

everyone as two cargo plane
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CHEER

Volunteers from the Council are
asked to meet at 9:30 tomorrow
morning to help sort the toys and
prepare the Christmas packages
inai wm oe aistriDuted at the par parties.
ties. parties. ; n .
Tips For Santa
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) A solu
tion to the problem of trying to
keep youngsters from immediate immediately
ly immediately identifying Santa Claus" as just
uauay m a iunny reo suit witn a
phoney-looking beard and mous
tache was. offered todav.
Hollywood make-up expert Max
racior oners wnat he calls.
practical formula to help fathers
play the big role more con
vincingly.
Strap on enough pillows to pro-
uuce a o6-uicn waisi.
Wear a 16-inch long beard,
busy moustache and a shoulder
length wig of pure white hair.
? Place walnuts or pieces f
sponge s rubber m yiur cheeks of
change 'your facial contours and
disguise your voice.
Raid your wife's dressing table
and apply heavy dry rouge to
voir cheeks and nose and care
folly draw wrinkles under your
eyes and on yor forehead with
an eyebrow pencil,
i n n i Says
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or other recognized authorities.
Also be sure that all. wires are in
good condUion and, not frayed.1
' Dp not ooerate toy trains, mo motors
tors motors or engines under or near the
tree. Do not leave tree lights burn burning
ing burning when no one Is in the house
or when everyone has. retired.
rrom time to time Inspect the
tree -and- relocate the 1 gs away
irom those, spots where the need

State Department

Holds

.-: .)
No Bar To Ships

WASHINGTON, Dec. 19

bassodor Ricatdo M. Arras said today that in his opinion
the new 12-mile law of the sea does not affect in anv wnv 1 :

the U S.-Panamj 1903 treaty,
ne ertiphasired that this
official statement.

This viewpoint apparently is the same as that of the J
United States. Informed sources said yesterday that the -h
State Department would issue a statement later today
that in effect reflects Arias' viewpoint.
The Stato Department's position is that the 90VJ
treaty guarantee all ships using the Canal free access-
to it. Arias said. that the 12-mile law still guarantees all .a
ships frer access to both the Atlantic and Pacific en-' m 3i,

trances to the Canal.
Arias was called in late yester.
day by the State Department for
talks on the- 12-mile-, bill -thai
President Ernesto de la Guard1, a,
Jr., signed into law yesterday.'-
" Jtte ald he told assistan-?ec
retard of SI t f or jrttJmeri jrttJmeri-car.'
car.' jrttJmeri-car.' Affajrs, -iy" Rfvubottom,
' feet the-beatyr i'A
' ' f "-ft, ' "t
i Aria pointed v our. that the
Panamanian--194(- Cdnstitution
specifically stated that all .inter .international
national .international agreements will he re respected.;
spected.; respected.; He said that this ob obviously
viously obviously included the 190S U.S. U.S.-Panama
Panama U.S.-Panama treaty; ;
It seemed possible that the
ilnited States would aenniese
Jn 12-mHa law on the condition
.that ships utnr the Canal are
guaranteet iree access on boH
coasts. Arias said that the hill
guaranteed this. ; '; -'
LAt the I"'-natt)nal Lay of
the 8ea c m 'ncev at : Geneva
earner w 'j r Panama was
one of the itriegthat favor,
ed a 12-mil limit. .
The United States bellve in
the traditional three-mile lim
Army Reenlislmenls
In Panama Area
Indicate Increase
The Army reenlistment rate fw
the Panama area indicates an
mcrease of 7.5 percent as com
pared with the previous montn,
the USARCARIB Recruiting Office
announced this week.
During the month, 20 out of a
possible 92 eligible individuals re re-enlisted
enlisted re-enlisted for a rate if 21.7 per
cent. ;
Percentages by posts and top
units for the month of November
were: Military Missions 100 per
cent; Quarry Heights, 50 pe-cent;
Fort Kobbe,' 33.3 percent; Fort A A-mador,
mador, A-mador, 23.1 percent; Fort Gulick,
18.1 percent and Fort Clayion, 16
percent.
The following men ireenlisted
during Novembei; Military Mis Missions,
sions, Missions, M-Sgt. Frank O. Brace;
Quarry Heights, Sp5 Louis M.
Louchart; Fort Kobbe, Cpl. Rob Robert
ert Robert L. Scott and Sps4 Emilio Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, Edgar N. HUrston, Lawrence
E. Lawson and Ricardo Rivera Rivera-Gonzalez;
Gonzalez; Rivera-Gonzalez; Fort Amador, m. -Sgt.
Gilberto Acevedo Gutten-ez, SIC
Edward J. Croghan and P'c. En Enrique
rique Enrique A. Fischbach; Fort Gulick,
M Sgt. Alberto Crooke and Sp4
Walter E. Moxle Jr.; Fort Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, M-Sgt. Robert L.. Wranek,
Sfcs. Charles" Smith," Em 11
Menk, David J. Lynch, Gene W.
Fowler and William J. Hargrove,
Spl Ronald T. Kievit and Pfc.
Grver L. Hall.
Chief Dolan
le are turning brown.
Remove the tree fm the house
when it turns brown or, when need needles
les needles start dropping off in excess.
Do not store the disarded trees
in the house v ;
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Help busy old Sahta Claus by
discarding the wrappings, ertons
i ana packing material ; whTcn (ae
company Christmas gifts hi metal
1 trash cans

12-Mile Law

(UPI) Pnnomnninn nrtJ

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was his opinion and not an
s 1 i

it that stems from the days of
wooden sailing ships .wheit
snore batteries could not hit
target more than three milea
from shore. i e

Informed -rourf? said, hm"' J A

. .vviku o ta ies- is concerned, t atr i
places. Panama's territorial wa- t
ters at three miles V f

Article 24 Ireadsj ,No ehatwre t

either in the government or in
the laws and treaties of the Re-,
public of Panama shall, without
consent of the united States, sf
feet any rie-ht nt the rriiifj
States under the present con convention...
vention... convention... that now exists or
mav hereafter exist:.
The 12-mlle law technically
would seal off the Canal Zone
ISm dlrct access to open sea; -Theiiew
law states once a hip
from the canal leaves the three
mile mark it enters into Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian j.wa ters.
re Sociefv
MembersWrangle :(
Over Group's Funds
Rival erouos witnin the T,on? T,on?-hor
hor T,on?-hor Friendly Society o' fH- A.
Tantic side are engaged in liga ligation
tion ligation over tHe management of the
group's funds.
One grotfp is critical of the Hand
lint o the 'unds by rtioe in col col-frol.
frol. col-frol. Factions are centered in Rain
bow Ci y ad Colon.. t
The sum o about i.S00 hs W
Imnounded in the Cristobal Divi Divi-sion
sion Divi-sion of the U. S. D'rtct Cort,
pendins outcome of the wrangle:
After a hearing in court carter
ftns weefc. it was arranepd for tN
two grouoi to get together, wih
p'r attorneys, and iron ot tnf
',ifferrenfe'. to avoid rteoV
'he society retsury. A fenr,,lje fenr,,lje-lection
lection fenr,,lje-lection of oft,"rn mV be heM.
Attorney Wil'm J. Sheridan,
Tr., is representing one grouo, st
orney D. A. Leon, the other.
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HOW TO HIT
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'to my problem because I really
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: forget a flw of the good hits you make, and also proves you

do not lose as mucn as you unius. jru, ivc, j
keep playing what you can afford. ?, X

Many of you were probably thinking 'that? the chosen
numbers I gave was just losing propMittorWiyell, I SY,e
you the actual account In part one, and It wasn t : quite; as

you uie actum wwiuu
bad as the "doubting Thomas"
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the cost of them, the loss or gain, and then the, average won ot

lost ior eacn wee. Ana uuiiy, wn iooi uiu"u -i
the total net amount won or lost for every .week;:; There should
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that the average weew loss or prom. cm i msuiui
without counting how many dates you played. Remember also
that if you play one dollar a week for the rest of your life,
you will not average one dollar a week lostr after you get your
first hit. Each hit keeps the average losses under the dollar.
There is only one fact about the Lottery that I began
building upon. From that one fact I was able to apply my own
knowledge and action without worrying or losing sleep because
I knew exactly what I was playing and losing and winning.
You would be surprised to know what your liquor money would
do if you stayed sober long enough to use it for a project that
could spout green oil toward you, instead of the rusty hangover
waste that leaves you dry as a desert. I mention this not to
have you stop what you are doing but to show you that it
does not require very much cash if you can stick to it without
getting disgusted too easily. ,i M tl
Heavy losses and failure is due to human failure not follow following
ing following rules and regulations that point the way to better prospects;
and this is for all pursuits and endeavors, (oh-oh, I better
watch myself, or else the "befuddled" one might need a dic dictionary.)
tionary.) dictionary.) Many people stick to the old customs and habits they were
raised with, and never seem to accept something new when it
is shown to them. Those people wbuld still be living in caves
if everyone remained satisfied to be old-fashioned. Imagine a
caveman parked with his spiked war club and female at at-tachmen
tachmen at-tachmen in a nice beautiful hollow rock waiting for a monthly
visit from one of the social salesmen selling a new-fangled home
appliance called "special hardwood- battleaxes guaranteed to
silence any charging battle-axe." Ye,' the old-fashioned ones
many times are linked with this modern view lot pace setters:
"narrow minded people are always dwelling in that wasted
category classified as the used beer department."
I said there is only one fact about the lottery that gave
i ... amAtViinir tn tort. with v.vrv chance number has hit

MIC iv"v.v.."a . ."
. :wfaen each lufnrMlktut

f- u many times-r- ana wm nit again, inai
andvtnore titan Jftst-a prpbabllity that
t-.' it r'MrtaiBtv.. Nov. the onlv thina tha

; Since we have no supernatural knowledge or uie numDers
thatYare going to be drawn, I constructed the next best means
of learning what to play, and how td play without ever
thinking if was impossible, and not. letting clrcunstances tryto
k shake me Itibse from my stubborn consistent, determiiULt4:I
knew if I Stayed ona few number each wk'rl-eimS
did hit. How could I fail to hit? of course, I was not winning.
' With the hits, I was building slowly and adding gradually
untll an "unlimited" amount came within my reach. The more
drops of water you put into a glass, the fuller It becomes. After j
'I poured tnough drops of cash outward, the glass' wM full.
.The tide turned, and I didn't haie-to feed thtullglass

"anymore. SUM glass, begani minting tne green siuir ana. sii' i
. had to do was wait all of my time and labor and planting
"'was done. It took years, but what financial venture doesnt?
The "befuddled'1 one should be thankful that I do not let
"Just A Woman" interpret my letters before they appear here.
- Heh-'Heh! her interpretation would create a muddled puddle of
v befuddling subtle rubble that would stubble the "befuddled"
into a huddled cuddle with an encyclopedia.
I wish to compliment "Just A Woman" for her mastery of
first class English words which were well-chosen and to the
-.point eventhough "befuddled" didn't get the skeptical drift
of air she was blowing out of her lofty brainpipe.
Yes, she shows a special degree of educational culture that
" was not acquired as a receptionist of any institutions that ate
protected by the National Guard and referred to as a "House
nf Amor."
Z Sorry I ran out of time to address you fully "Just A Woman.
but my nejft letter will be built around you. and probably
envelop though tfulness. Ponder over this important question
s that most very human being asks first .as a child, then as a
mature insignificant mortal who feels quite weak at the thought
of being encased in a casket underground "Why are you
here on earth?" You will admit that the law of probability
shows you will "fbllow the way of most flesh, at a mathematically
chosen time you are not aware of if you knew In advance when
I your exit is to take place, you'd be scared to death long before
the grim reaper is ready for you. The chosen numbers to
pursue are:
38, 52, 42, 22 and 02
Now read this paragraph carefully and as often as you find
it necessary to do so, in order for you to remember it, because,
it is not the brass key to the chamber of contented commerce
on K Street. These words will help-you to get your fingers on
the silver key that opens the "Green Door" where few are
X- privileged to enter for as little as a dollar per week. This Is
the first and most Important step that gains the same
"inside secret passage that gave me the. proper control of
, myself as well as control of the tempting hot tomate known as
; the lottery of beneficence.
Let these words sink in deep. The amount of money
received on hits Is not touched for awhile it is saved for
future use. For the purpose of showing how much and long
it is to be saved, I am going to use actual figures and facts on
. the hits recorded by the chTjsen numbers during the first
quarter of 13 weeks. The entire amount of the three hits $25
- for a person playing -one dollar a week is to be squeezed tightly
for the purpose of using it as the ammunition necessary to
blast the way clear for building and expanding to mora tickets
more action on a higher level without spending more than
, the one dollar from your own money each week.
Hits made In the second quarter are added to the $25 and

must also be saved. You will

, that keeps every company going proper preparation for
, staying in business being ready to increase when finances
allow it. There is no excuse for not saving the hits, because
they are separate from the regular weekly spending of the one
dollar. -When the entire amount saved -from the hits has
reached at least $52, then you will be ready to use this extra
hoarded "bank" for more protection, to cover expenses when
profits fail to appear. The $52 are not being saved for the
nearest dress in the PX or the nearest spigot In a tap room
not yet. If you have both ears open and patience to hear
then you might have the will power to do what you hear
and then maybe you will wind up by opening your own dress
shop or snackbar maybe. How you are to put the $52 into use
is not ready for me to reveal now.
Although nobody Is. expected to have hit .hree times by
' Blavlnt the enosen numbers up to thi second ouatier, you can

at least be following the progress in order to sejt a clear way as
to how ytu can stay w.iMn your mai.i and expand without

toirg eeyena na. you can aiio.-i yi.u riu see in flue
time how to play save expand and then finally come
: out better than some old timers who have been here more than
' 20 years and can sadly say they lost 20 or 30 thousand 1 1 1

I X will nroceed onlv on the
playing account as shown here
with chosen numbers for the
research into the laws that rule
Probabilities are Just aitrue

THE LOTTERY
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ma iar TiirT.iire of a lot 01
black, and some devils looked
snowea me mt concti,
did feel brand new after I
the lottery Is what! call condi
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thought it was. Your account
invMt. h'kmmmt of tickets.
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s me one iaci x Knew,
each number will hit,
t remains unknown is
'
then be experiencing one thing
facts from. the week-bv-week
through the process, of time
purpose of proving that my
the Mathematical Averaees and
to. follow or.,safety,j.afe,.the

Labor News
A And -.
Comments

By VICTOR RIISIL
Hand ma my Party card. At
least vats Mafia chief says the
newspapers in uie t.v. are Com Communist
munist Communist troublemakers digging up
all Jiat nonsense spout au invisi invisible
ble invisible government and things under under-world.
world. under-world. 1'his sajie sociological an analysis
alysis analysis comes from none other than
Joe Proiaci, dean of the Mafia
grand council and veteran of its
clandestine clambakes since the
early Twenties.
frofaci, made this observations
wmle discussing news p ape r
charges that, the famed Ap lachin
cook-out was national crime con
vention. All this is of interest at
this minute because the Dept. of
Justice has just succeeded in de
naturalizing the dean. It took al
most two years to get this far,
it will take years more to win a
deportation order and there you
have the lead to a story which
should make the Congressmen's
faces as red as Profaci's opinion
of our joiu-'aU.
per, an tnrougn tne last ses-.
sion of congress thare was a
simple bill in the hopper which
could have been used to cut
deeply into the labor rackets
'.if it had become law. The bill,.
known a S-345,' would .have,
wiped out the power of the mob
to use ancient legalism simply
at a stalling tactic in deporta deportation
tion deportation cses. Few paid any attent attention
ion attention to the bill despite the Justi-.
ce Dept.'s efforts to ruh it
through.
So. it takes up to five or more
years to move against the men
who really are the powers in tne
labor rackets. Joe Profaci is ty
pical. Almost two yecrs, ago, the
Immigration and Naturalization
Service started proceedings a
gainst him. Profaci viewed the
case with justified disdiin. He
knew it would take yea's. It has.
Yet Joe Profaci is the symbol
of what has so aroused the nation
since the exposures of the corro corrosion
sion corrosion and corruption inside some
captive unions.
Not too lone ago. for examde
the record shows that when Pro Profaci
faci Profaci was questioned he had on him
a number of cards of- various
union officials throughout the east
ern part of the U S One of Ro
bert Kennedy' investigators learn
ed that these were the personal
cards of officials in seven locals
in tnree international unions
stretching from New York to Chi
cago.
When Kennedy had Profaci on
the McClellan Committee witness.
stand and asked the significance
of these contacts, Prtfaci .said it.
would incriminate mm u ne an'
swered.
You would lose no currency by
wagering that Mr. P. has con contacts
tacts contacts beyong these mentioned but
three international union make a
significant combine just by them themselves,
selves, themselves, if Profaci had been deport
ed earlier, his influence in these
outfits would have been severed.
At least 1 minor skirmish in this
vast battle would have been won.
There is the case of Profaci s
colleague and fellow crime v con
vention aeiegate, viiruenovese, a
gourmet who can cater to his own
tastes, for he is rated by the boys
to have some $30,000,000. Mayoe
it's less. But it's a lot, no matter
how you count what he has made
out of his invisible occupation, v
Years ago Immigration agents
started to move against Genovese.
Finally on Sept. l, 1955, the Jus Justice
tice Justice Dept. was able to denatura denaturalize
lize denaturalize him. Now, more than three
years later, after many le g a 1
moves, Genovese still is free if
that's what you can call it.
He it in New York Federal
Court being tried on s serious
narcotics conspiracy charge. It
will be mere years before the
can be deported, whether or not
ho is convicted on the' current
rap. Gerovete, Ike Profaci, utt
rolls on and on with his appeals.
Genovese, like Profaci, has far far-flung
flung far-flung contacts in some interna international
tional international unions. '
Literally, there are hundreds, of

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The Washington Meriy
- Ly 0REW PEARSON

WASHINGTON In the past
two years there, have been a to
tal of 84 schools and places of wor
ship bombed or dynamited in mis
lafld which guarantees free edu education
cation education and freedom of religious
worship. i
The bombings range from the
synagogue in Atlanta to Jehovah
Witnesses in Boston to the latest
bombing of "The Fountain of the
World," a small religious cult in
California which took seriously the
constitutional right of all Ameri Americans
cans Americans to worship as they pleased.
The bombings also range from
Clinton High School in Tennessee
to the Osage, W. Va., Junior
High School, to. countless threats,
scares, and rumors which have
sent children scurrying out of
buildings all the way from Peo
ria. HI., to Arlington. Va.
Sen. Estes Kef auver, returning
from a NATO conference in Eu
reWUstaireebsldiliX if
"People just can t unoersisva
these bombings. They tell, me, 'of
course you spend a lot of money
for underdeveloped countries, but
at the same time you kiu scnooi
children and worshippers. You
have lots of money but you have
not heart.'
"These bombinzs." worried Ke
fauver, "have hurt as abroad
more than any other single devle
opment in recent history.'!
CLINTON RISIS FROM ASHES
Rev. Billy Graham, who has
caused millions of people from
Madison Square Garden to Latin
others with similar contacts. They
are deportable. If they were dis dispatched
patched dispatched abroad, their influence in
American labor circles would be
cut. Sure there would be newcom newcomers,
ers, newcomers, but not with the power of
the old black guard.
Yet, red tape has so shagged
the Justice Dept.'s powers that
only 12 men of Profaci's stature
(including Murder Inc.' Joe Ado Adonis)
nis) Adonis) hsve been deported since Ju July
ly July 7, 1954. If S-345 had become
law, we'd have had more law and
wrder. ;
If Cabinet members and leaders
jf the two big parties can't get
together on one big anti -racket
iaw ut s at leat ave a lit t or
lust to tide
us (ver the criminal
'Hal wave.
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America to think more about
their God and their fellow ..men
Sunday commemorated an occa
sion when a lot of Americans
thought about school children and
the problem of hate.
He preached a sermon in the
unbombed gymnasium not far
from the bombed-out schoolhouse
at Clinton, Tenn., giving thanks
for the pennies and nickels the
dimes and dollars that have pour
ed infrom- school children and
plain people from Venezuela to
Hawaii, from Maine to California,
to help rebuild the Clinton school.
If Billy Graham had a chance
to read the letters that have ac
companied these dimes and dol
lars: he would not have to-write
a sermon. The letters themselves
would be a sermon.
Or if the Voice of America
Could broadcast these letters to
our. critics abroad, there might
be better nuderstanding of tne
fact that Americans. 4o not... live
for hate. n
The Voice might also interview
a erouo of students who csme to
usee me from nonnwooa men
School in Silver Silver Spring, Md
bringing a eheclc for $18T tor;we
Clinton schoolhouse. ;
- 1 1 A ORIAT STORY
These young people, seven of
themi had worked out their col
lection strategy as carefully as
if it -were a military campaign
They' had borrowed a large dis
olar coke bottle from a' local Co
ca-Cola dealer and hung a "sign
on it. "Give Up a coke to Buy
abrick." Then they got permission
front their history teacher; miss
jkatherine Lynch, who was in on
the strategy, to make a financial
appeal to every English class.
' "We picked the English cla3s
es.'f they explained, "because ev
ryone takes English, That way
we covered the entire school.
'."Sometimes the kids only had
their luncheon or milk money
but they gave it anyway when
we told them what had happened
t, Clinton.".
Misx Lvnch told me how David
Mermelsteih had passed the bsnk
at the lunch hour to one seven-year-old
who was clasping thin
dime.
"Don't you want to give a dime
to the -Clinton school?" asked
to the Clinton school?" asked Da
vid.
Obviously the seven-yew. '? old
didn't. : .-r,.-
I was waiting to buy;-ome
candy," he ''laid wistfulLy. '
- "But these kidi down in Ten
nessee don't have a (School of
heir own. Don't you Want to hlep
them? That dime v wffll buy V
whole brick for, their new school.
You can buy candy some, other
The seven-year-old put bis dime
into the bank. ,
Note The story of a bombed bombed-out
out bombed-out building is always news.
Newsmen and photographers glock
ed to Clinton. Tenn..1 when the
school was blown up. It hit the
front pages all over the country.
The story of a built-up school H
not news, It doesn't make for dra dra-matic,
matic, dra-matic, gruesome pictures. But. the
manner in which little people all
over the nation chipped in to help
rebluld a schoolhouse is, never never-theless,
theless, never-theless, one of the biggest stories
in, the nation
HIGHIR AIR FAR 1ST V"
The big airlines are quietly
prodding Chan Gurney, the stub stubby
by stubby little vice chairman of the Ci Civil
vil Civil 'Aeronautics Board,' to under undercut
cut undercut his boss and get himself, ap ap-iointed
iointed ap-iointed as CAB chairman.' i' v
Behind this battle of personalt personalties
ies personalties is a' much more Important
battie for higher fares. For if
Gurney is able to juggle the CAB
chairmanship away from James
Durfe, the price the nubile pays
for air travel is sure to go up.
Durfee, Republican from Wis Wisconsin,
consin, Wisconsin, has been chairman of
the CAB ever since 5$.
But Durfee made the .serious
mistake of opposing' airline' de demands
mands demands for a fare increase. Hs
suggested they could induce more
people to fly, thus bring profits
up by holding the fares down.
A a resulL the big airlines ire;
pulling strings to replace Durfee!

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cerease. Gurney is campaigning
for the post as vigorously as he
used to run for his old Senate
seat, in South Dakota. Airline lob lobbyists
byists lobbyists are helping him bring pres pressure
sure pressure on the White House staff.
. Meanwhile Durfee has sent word
to tne White House that he will
resign from the CAB if gurney
succeeds in taking tne chairman'
ship away from him.
Note: Both" Durfee and Gurney
are Republicans,- although the
South Dakota lame duck was ori
gins uy appointed -to the CAB by
ffesiaem lruman.
SOVIET SlCRET POUCI
, Behind the;puter of red-haired
Iva iSnerov as Soviet secret police
chief is believed to be a back back-power
power back-power struggle of great importance
to' the ..Kremlin. .
The Central fttelligence Agency
is still uncertain what Serov's re removal,
moval, removal, means. But -our exnrti
are "convinced ft had something to
uo wim ine inner struggle.
It's pretty well known that the
challenge to Premier Khrush Khrushchev's
chev's Khrushchev's authority comes from tha
Stalinists, whose lesder appears to
De me Dnitie'Old Bolshevik, ex ex-aforeign
aforeign ex-aforeign Minister Molotov,
From his banishment in Outer
Mongolia, Molotov hat been slip slipping
ping slipping into Chins to confer with
Chinese Communist boss Mao Tse-
tung.
The two hard-hitfjtn Rai4.1aaUia
distrust; Kruschehe Vs : softness to
ward xugoslavia, Poland and. late lately
ly lately Hurieiafy. Thev favor mnr.
rutHlesi policy behind the Iron
Curtain, a more belligerent poli-;
cy toward the west. 1 v1
One suspicion is that Sernv bail
been in secret contact with Molo-J
iov ana was nastuy assigned to
"other duties" for fear he wicrht
turn the secret nolice ovei- t th
Stalinists.-
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LONDON (UPI1 Dailv Tl:
graph ' columnist Peterborough
claimed today he overheard a
phonograph record sslesman tell
a clergyman when he handed him
recorajv -,-? ':r'M-.s'
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At the eleotfen of the Canal Zone
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Monday, Stephen ,A.- CampoeU
was re-elected president fpr se-

Others, elected tor serve with
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pool, Liverpool, rvite-presHent; ; Harold U
Levy,1 general' secretary; Ernest
Cummings, assistant secretary. J.
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elected); ire-elected); A. N, ;Burgess A.. V.
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demonstrations against William
M. Rountree, 'assistant "Secretary
of state; last MondaycThey were
awaiting Rountree's first-hand re report
port report on the Middle East situation.

They, also disclosed mai ivouu ivouu-tree's
tree's ivouu-tree's 'arrival in Baghdad. -was
rAoA Yiv rinHn? in Basra in

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TJni Trani,' Mvernment of

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was the chief concern ot Miooie

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14th, has been heset from the be

ginning by pressures, 'irom iue
Communists and from the sup-
4-. nt PraeiHent flamal Abdel

Nasser's United Arab Republic.

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have predicted the Communists
probably would take over, in a
matter of weeks if the pro-Moscow
drift there is not stoppeo.
, They said Capt. Wasfl Tahir
MCArtijnHtf ai oifo nnH t.hfl man

who allegedly-shot pro Western

strong man Nuri Es Said in the
revolt, wag a Communist.
The sources said the Reds also
had infiltrated the Economics
Ministry headed by leftist Ibra Ibrahim
him Ibrahim Kubba, the propaganda, and
censorship departments and the

mgn court.

Washington observers said the

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FRIDAY, DE.CEMBEB 19 195

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MISS ROSALIE ANN RADEL

ENGAGEMENT OF MISS RADEL TO ROBERT MEIER
IS ANNOUNCED TODAY BY HER PARENTS
Mr. ud Mm. George L. Radel of Gatun annonnce the
enrarement of their daughter, Rosalie Ann, to Mr. Robert
W Meier, on of Mrs. Violet M. Keiser of Torrence, Calif,
and Mr. Fred W. Meier of Arlington Heights, 111.
Tho bride-elect was expected to arrive on the Isthmus
today to tpend the Christmas holidays with hef jwrents. She
will return In early January to resume her studies at North
Central College in NaperriUe, 111.
Mr. Meier is attending Northern Illinois University at
DeKalb, HI.
No date has been set for the wedding.

Mr. nd Mrs. O'Conntll
Announce Son't Birtti
Mr. and Mrs Edward F. 0'
ConneU of La Cresta announce
v. Mrth nf thslr wcond child,

thVfirttisoit,. DwiWth. Baud

Fernando uiuie. "X 3 j
been iiameiXawrOT Gerard.
Mr. O'Connell is t member of

the Point Four Mission in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. M'cUnvion
Visits Farenfs 7
Stevo Maduro has arrived from
e States to spend ,the Christrnag
holidays with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Felix Maduro of Bella
Vista.. v,;fr. ; (
Mr. sM Mrs. WIUox
Visiting On Isthmus
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Wilcox
ef' San Rafael, Calif., are visiting
for three weeks with her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Gallardo in El Can Can-ffejo.
ffejo. Can-ffejo. Mrs. Wilcox is" the former Miss
Eleanor Willians, member of a
well known family which former formerly
ly formerly lived on the Atlantic Side.
Servicemen's' Birthday
Party At USO-JWB
A party honoring all servicemen
who have December birthdays
will highlight weekend activities
at the Balboa USO-JWB Armed

Forces Service.-Center. The birth birthday
day birthday celebration Is planned for
Sunday evening at 8.
A special group of Junior host hostesses
esses hostesses will attend the party, and
an -ensemble of Ringing, guitarists
will provide entertainment.
Homemade cakes will be serv served.
ed. served. Military Children
Invited To Party
The Fort .Amador Youth Coun

cil will sponsor a Christmas par party
ty party for Army and Navy children
Monday afternoon at 3:30 at the

Fort Amador Post Theatre.
Boys and girls, ages ne

through ten, are invited t the
party, which "wflf feature' Christ

mas carols, movies, refreshments
and gifts.

Sports Car Club
Changt Party Place
The -Isthmian Sports Car Club
will have a Christmas dinner dinner-dance
dance dinner-dance tomorrow evening at Sat
the Community House at the FuV

teenth Naval District.

The party was originally to be

held in the Police Lodge on Chi-'l

va Chiv? Trsu.

Mrs. Hamilton Returns
To Isthmus Wlfh Mother
Mrs. Stanley Hamilton of the

Tlvoll Guest House returned by

plane Thursday after a month's
visit in the States.
She was accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Ralph R. Jones, of
Winchester HI., who will spend
soma time here.
(Continued on rage l

BIAS IN THE CHURCHES

LUTHIRAN
. .Balboa Coco late

The schedule for special Christ

mas, services and church activities

has been, announced at Redeemer

juumeran Junurcn in parooa py pi

acting pastor, the Rev, Robert Jf

uussick. ; r

The annual children's program,

irepared. and presented by the

unday School, will take place

on Sunday at 7 n.m

The primary department, wmcn

has been guided by Mrs. Robert

,

Quote Unquote

VANDERBERG AIR FORCE

base, Calif. (UPD Maj. Gen.
David Wade, commander of the
First Strategic : Air Command
Missile Division, on the United
States' successful launching of a
10.000-mile-an-hour Thor missile:
"We can't say how pleased we

are that it got off. It was every

on as successiui as we nopea It
would be. We are real fcroud."
WASHINGTON President Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, proposing an extension
of the present high school term:
"I really believe we could do
well by including what we call
junior college, or certainly some something
thing something near it, so that they (stu (students)
dents) (students) can enlarge themselves to
the extent of their capability in

a good high, school system even

u iney never nave the urge or
opportunity to go to college."
WASHINGTON Sen. Styles
Bridges (R-N.H.), on the impend-

ing liberal-conservative struggle

for GOP leadership of the Sen Senate:
ate: Senate: i
'I still want to avoid a fight
and am hopeful that something
can be worked out. Now It's up
to this other (liberal) group."

Gussick, will open the hour

service with songs and recitations.

The older classes will then follow
under the direction of Donald Date

superintendent, each presenting a

section wmcn wiu locus aooui ine

manger crib in the sanctuary,

On Christmas Eve. the parish

will' celebrate the birth of Christ
with the traditional candlelight
service. The service begins at 11

p.m. and interspersed with weu-

known Christmas carols and ends

with the celebration of Holy Com
munion. -..v. ; '. ;

' Christmas Day the regular fes festive
tive festive service will be sheduled for
lft-1S m ;

- On the Atlantic side the following
special services are being planned

under the direction of Seminarian

Frederic! 8. Illick. Lutheran ser

vices are held in the Coco Solo
Chapel at Coco Solo.
On Sunday evening, the Sunday

School will present a enntmas
pageant at 7:30 p.m. under the
direction of Mrs. Edward Fethers-

ton.

Christmas Eve. the candlelight

service will begin at 6:30 p.m. At

the Morning serviee on Christmas
Day at 10 oxlock Holy Communion
will be celebrated.

The annual Christmas party of

the League of Lutheran Women

will take place on Sunday, Dec.
28, at :30 p.m. After pot-luck sup supper,
per, supper, a program in keeping with
the season will be presented. The

guests of the evening are all single

service prsonnel who hav made

this parish their church home.

'r UNION CHURCH
Margarita-...'

Participation by all age croups
is the keynote of the nnual Sun.

day School program of the: Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Union Chuuch, Songs, la la-citations
citations la-citations and Scripture portions
will be featured by the little chil children
dren children while their older brothers and

sisters will be doing the same hut

aiso snaring in the choir. x
The upper classmen will add

ueir hit with a play and series

of tableaus. The time set by the

program committee is Sunday ev

ening at 6:30. -w-

On Sunday, the morning service

will center about the Christmas
theme. The title of the sermon to

De given oy the 'pastor, the Rev.

Theodore e.- Franklin, is "The

Tender King". There will be sie

cial Christmas music. The mornin;

services are scneuuiea ior :ao a.
m. at Coco Solo and 11 a.m. at

jHargama.") m- xsyt:t.

Dec, 28 has been: set as the time

for the nnual conere rational meet.

ug. xms meeting will seal solely

witn ine lection vm officers and

will: follow the morning service

The second session pertaining to

annual reports has been scheduled

lor Thursday evening, Jan. 15.

, ,.. BETHEL MISSION ... ...

Paralso '

The Bethel Mission- Church ih

Christmas eve service v. at the

church on Dec. 24.

The service will be devoted to

the singing of carols, the reading

of the Christmas story v ana a

Christmas message by the Pastor,

the Rev. Waldaba H. Stewart.

The serive will be preceeded by

a candlelight procession beginning

at 10:30 p.m.

services scneauiea ior sunaay

are: Sunday school at 9:45, Divine

worship at 11 a.m. gospel service

at 7:15 p.m.

Other activities of tne weex wiu

include a Christmas program on

Thursday at 7:30 by the Faraiso

Sunday school.

FRENCH BEADED BAGS at fabulout low prices to clear by the end
of the year as a lae shipment just arrived
-reSw dWi lobtAi aJbM)dmsufd og
SPANISH "MANTILLAS" in black and in white
SPANISH lace BLOUSES with sequins
Petit point JEWELRY Petit point BAGS
Also Italian ceramic JEWELRY
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
AT EL PANAMA HILTON HOTEL

Coya Jcb-llLfn!ing;
Cc.i!!:3 Dccldos
Pell Should Sfsnd

- WASHINGTON (UPIJ Con

gresswoman Coya Knutson kept a

smile on her faee despite a hurt

iook m ner eyes and saia "I'm

going to, look. Ior: a Job.";.

- uceu wwuug gin au
: life." the blonde. 45-vear-old

Minnesota uemocrat said in

tone ot resignation. 4Tve alwa v

had to earn my bread and- but

ler," ,J.?wv., .:f.--.,:".:;: a

Until Wednesday afternoon.

Mrs, Knutson had clung to a.fee-

Die hope that somehow she might

oe awe to nom on to her seat
in the House despite the Nov. A

elections returns' which gave her
Republican opponent a 1,390-vote

margin. -,

She had protested to the special

House t Elections Committee that

sne Hist j because her ommnents

aupea ner nusoand into issuing' a
"come home, Coya" appeal.. Her
husband, Andy, assured the com

mittee mat he now wanted Cnva

to stay in congress. t

Ht said he had become "steam

ed up'Vby stories that Mrs. Knut

son was ."running around" with

her young administrative assistant

lories ne now ; oeueves to be

untrue.

BUI the five-man : fommitt

unanimously dec ded WednxHav

uui 10 intenere witn run vntaic'

ukuiuii m oya snouia go
home.' 1 i i

It agreed that "n1nittlnn. At

uie juiutsons' lami v nm had ,inn.

tributed to her defeat, but said
there was no- evidence the Repub Republican;
lican; Republican; who won the election, Odin

juuugeii, was curectiy involved.

lunniEs

ST. LUKE'S
Ancbn

The Rev. Carl llmi hhii ..u

brate his first service of Holy
Communion at th. dth..i d

.11 C MitlBl IM PU
Luxe,; ;Ancon, Sunday morning at
7:30 a.m. ':

At the 11 o'clock xarvlo th.

special preacher will h tK. d...

John H, Townsend.

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English Jury Finds
US Sergeant Guilty

Of Poisoning tWife

A It-man court martial yesterday
night found M. Sgt. Marcus M.

Marymont of Hobbsville, N.C.,
guilty of poisoning his wife and
committing adultery with a pret

ty young British woman.
Tnatemrt martial deliberated
five and half hours before de delivering
livering delivering the yerdict. 1

Marymont, 37, could m aen aen-fenced
fenced aen-fenced to death or life lraprison lraprison-ment
ment lraprison-ment on the murder charge.

The court did not Immediately

pais sentence.

The trial lasted nine davi dur

ing which Marymont denied the

charges and testified he did not

see a British druggist last May

about buying -arsenic.
A British druggist from Maiden Maidenhead,
head, Maidenhead, home of Marymont's gist
friend with Whom he carried on
an' 18-month romance, testified

two days ago that the dapper
mustachioed sergeant had in inquired
quired inquired about buying arsenic in
his store.

Marymont was accused of poi

soning bis wife, Mary Helen, 43,
and of committing audultery ith

Mrs. Cynthia Taylor, 24, a fashion

snop manager from Maidenhead.

Marymont sat between his two
counsels, his hands clasped be-.

lore mm aa uie verdict was

delivered.

SANTA CAMS EARLY to & Gt. flutlclc Brownies with three and all. Clockwise from the lefU, Nancy Parsons,' HariynQ Borgstront,

Susan Himei, Joanne Hapensted, Christine Ralph, Carol BeaU, and BecKy ma.

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oirs, entitled "And the Bridge is
Love," was placed in circulation

tnis wees By the Canal Zone Li

brary.

in this book, Fran weriel tells

not only of her marriages to
three famous men, Gustav Mah Mahler,
ler, Mahler, Walter Oropius, and Frana
Werte, but also gives n intt
matt picture of creative life in
Vienna between the wars and
tells a dramatio story of the dis dissolution
solution dissolution of a rich culture.
The complete list of new books
and thei rauthora follows:'-.
NON-FICTION In God We
Trust, Norman Cousins; Trigger
Marshal, Homer Croy; The Great
Age of Discovery, r P. S. Herr Herrmann;
mann; Herrmann; The Insolent Chariots,
John Keats; Doctors to, the
World. M. C. Morgan: Journey to

Java, H. G. Nicolson; On Love,
Jose Ortega y Gasset; On My
Own, A. E. Roosevelt; The Com Complete
plete Complete Guide to Tropical Fishes,
Earl Schneider; Paris Sketch Sketchbook,
book, Sketchbook, Ronald Searle; Religions
of Man, Huston Smith; How to
Bring Up Your Child to Enjoy
Music, H. H. Taubman; and And
the Bridge Is Love, A. M. Werfel.

FICTION Things About
Clarissa, R. S. Cook; The Presi President's
dent's President's Wife, E. F. Corbett: The

Face of the Tiger, Ursula Cur-

tiss; Three's company, A. L.
Duggan; The Late Uncle Max,
Mary Fitt; Admiral Horiiblower
in the West Indies, C. S. Fores Forester;
ter; Forester; Warlock, O. m; Hall; The
Burning Man, Stephen Long Long-street;
street; Long-street; Who Told Clutha, Hugh
Munro; Engaged in Writing, Ste Stephen
phen Stephen Spender; and Bird of Fire.
H. C. White.

Russian Writer

Who Fled To West

Not Anti-Red

FRANKFURT, Germany (UPH

Alexandaf' Tscheyshvili, the!
Stalin Prize winning author who

defected to the West from the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union three weeks ago, said
yesterday he was not anti-Communist.
"It .If impossible to deny all the
Soviet revolution has brought
about including freedom move move-vents
vents move-vents fat many couatires of the
world," Tscheyshvili said.
"Since our revolution Russia
has flourished and there is a
strong desire for education in all
fields."
TscheyshvfB expressed Ms views
in an interview in his hotel room,
the first he has given since he

walked loutof a Communist writ writers
ers writers congress in East Berlin Nov.
26 and escaped to West Berlin.
He was flown to Frankfurt by
U.S. authorities.

1 "The only reason I tame to the
West is that I wanted to com in

contact with' the West, -to speak

wun ine people," tfiv novelist
said,' v-

Sfudenls Queslloncd
On Smoking At Scene
Of Chicago Tragedy
CHICAGO (UPl) Police con conducted
ducted conducted painstaking questioning
yesterday of 21 students ho ad admitted
mitted admitted where 89 children and
three nuns were killed in a Dec.
1 blaze.
Authorities meanwhile saw little
hope of identifying two boys who
Were seen smoking In the stairwell
shortly before the fire swept
through the school. fTwo other
boys who claimed they saw the of offenders
fenders offenders later said they only saw
them from the Tear and would be
unable to pick them from a group.
Police Sgt;. James Kehoe. who

revealed that 21 students owned

up to smoking forbidden cigarettes,
said the youngsters denied they
had sneaked cigarettes on the day
of the fire; Ten detectives and
five ftremen were asigned to re reexamine
examine reexamine tiie students.
Another. 72 boys whose daily Job
was to, take classroom wastebas wastebas-kets
kets wastebas-kets to the basement also were
to be quizzed. Testimony- at a cor coroner's
oner's coroner's inquest has indicated fire
experts believe the blaze started
in an alleged rubbish heap in the
stairwell
Church authorities, however,
have denied that rubbish was al allowed
lowed allowed to accumulate in the area.
Their, position ran counter to that
of 85 students.,

WHAT'S IN A NAM I?
MOBILE,- Ala. (UPI) Police
JAILED George A,' Million yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, on a charge of passing bad

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HAVANA (UPI)-The rebel rad radio
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volt, will .revise all of the nation's

contracts with foreign business
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sions given to foreign companies

to operate in Cuba," "a rebel

broadcast said. The new govern government
ment government it referred to aiiparently
was the one the rebels hope to es establish
tablish establish here.
Meanwhile, the army reported
that a loyal patrol' killed 30 rebels
this week in a clash at Gibara
on the north coast of eastern Cuba.
A Similar report Wednesday said
20 insurgents, had been killed in
jprevious clash, v
The rebel radio said an Insurgent-column
killed three loyal
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tack, attack, on three ieeps near San
Felipe.Jn Camaguey province. It

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rently currently in Rome filming "Herod the
Great," is working under territic
mental strain, worrying about lor

ing his sight .Paramount execu executives
tives executives have faith that. Debbie Rey

nolds will prove to De a cinema
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cionfi hr for an offbeat role

(Clean-cut American girl Debbie
as a "beatnik") opposite Tony
Curtis in "The Rat Race." Her sa salary
lary salary for the film will be impres impressive
sive impressive competition for whatever ali alimony
mony alimony she gets from Eddie Fisher
. .The Judith Anderson play,
"Comes a Day," may recoup its
$100,000 loss with a lush movie
deal. .Ana Maria Albergheti con confides
fides confides to chums that she's been of

fered the starring role in Jule

Styne's Broadway version of "One
Night of Love." She'll confer wth,
the librettd writers in Hollywood
. .Bobo Rockefeller's most ard

ent admirer is Jerrold Kushnick,

& lswycr I
Neal Hefti took out an injuction
to halt the release of the new al album
bum album by Hendricks, Ross and Lam Lambert
bert Lambert because of one of the tunes
on the disc. The trio have been
enjoying great gd fortune fit fitting
ting fitting lyrics to a score of Basie ori originals,
ginals, originals, but they neglected to get
Weal's permission to toy with his
"Little Darling". ."The Seven
Deadly Sins" is turning out to be
the biggest box office draw in
years at the City Center They've
scheduled 14 extra performances
between n -- and Fe'b 1. .One
of the great ladies bf the theatre
was left standing with' egg on her
famous face a few nights ago w)en
a young "method1 actress just

walked off and left her' onstage
alonft in the middle of the scene
The "method" heroine had a bit

of a hangover from commiserat commiserating
ing commiserating .with a group of thespian soul soul-mates
mates soul-mates who'd opened to bad no notices
tices notices the night before, and she

."just didn't feel like" continuing

. .Broadway jcutups now refer to

Rockefeller Center as "governor s

Island.

the best aeller lists had it of ewer

than eiebt ehostwriters. i v

The aillv but amusing Mttle book.

"1,000 Names and Where to Drop

Them." sold out its first edition

of 10,000 copies in the first 48 hours

after publication. There i one on

almost every desk in the local ad'

vertising agencies, for one thing

. .The latest Broadway gag has

it that Mrs. Mike Todd's devil

may-care credo is "Liz, and Let

Liz."

Jeanne Donnelly, once wooed by

Cornelius Vanderbilt Jr., is mak

ing the Embers scene with play

wright Aioert ueicn. uen. ae
Gaulle is toying with the idea of

a dramatic surprise flight to

Washington some time during the
Christmas holidays. '.One of Hol-

luwood's present problems is the
length of Important flickers. "The

wun's story" ran more than three

hours after Its first cutting, ;

There were two red bereti in the

Roundtable's checkroom a couple
of nights ago, but they weren't e e-vidence
vidence e-vidence that a brother act was in
the club. One belonged to Truman

Capote, who was there with a
group of friends; and the other

had been checked by Errol Flynn,

wno occupied a table inches awav

from George Shearing's keyboard

with Julie Wilson as his vis-a-vis.

Social and xWther,Wide

Arrives Par Holiday ..
Miss Joyce Collinee il expect

ed to arrive tomorrow to spend

the Holiday: season with her .par
snts, Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Col
(linge of Dia lo Heights,

She is a graduate student at the

University of California at Berke

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business meeting and Christm.is

party Monday evening in the par
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After Twelve Years

HONG KONG, Dec. 19 (UPI)
An American turncoat soldier,
Richard G. Corden, of East Pro Providence.
vidence. Providence. R.I.. crossed into free

dom from Communist China to

day, because "I have been away
ffom home for 12 years."
Corden, a sergeant first class
in the U.S. Army, was one of the
21 Americans who refused to re return
turn return home after being held pris prisoner
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Lawyersville again. The-chap she
no longer1 adores still holds Sassy
under a managerial contract she
signed years ago, and she wants
out. r .Literary note: Shelley Win Winters
ters Winters is taking pen. in hand to do
a byline piece on the -young dis discovery
covery discovery Mallie Perlpns, her co-star
in "Diary of Anne Frank."
Tony Canzozneri has returned to
the helm of the Broadway restau restaurant
rant restaurant bearing his name. He was
supposed to open, a place in Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, but the deal fell through
i .Ingrid Bergman and Lars
Schmidt may spend part of their
honeymoon in the United States
his idea. .Susan Kohner, a young
movie actress, is making John
Saxon forget his favorite waitress
the girl he almost married. :
The million-dollar lawsuit fcv

Leon Navaro againslt Dimitn

iiumKin over me true authorship
of the tune, "The High and the
Mighty," is being staged in the
rIew York Supreme Court. Thus
far, the, only thing Judge Thomas
A. Aurelio has decided is that he
likes the song. He -ordered a piano
brought into the courtroom, com commanded
manded commanded Navaro to play the theme
and was so charmed he asked for
an encore. .Mrs. Larry LeSeuer,
wife of the CBS newscaster, is lu lu-Uabying
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ready have returned to the Unit

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Central Commillee,

Radio Moscow Says

MOSCOW (UPI) -L Former So

viet ; Premier Nikolai Bulgaria,
bitterly attacked by Premier Ni Ni-kita
kita Ni-kita Khrushchev earlier this week
for "anti-part activities, yester yesterday
day yesterday addressed a meeting; of. the
Communist Party Central, Corn-,
mittee here. .
An official -Tags' News Agency
report broadcast by1 Radio Mos

cow, disclosed Buiganin's speech
but no information was released
on what the former premier, told

the central committee.

Western observers here had et-

oerted Buleanin and other mem

bers of the "anti-party group" to'

be ousted from the powerful Cen Central
tral Central Committee if not from the

Communist Party itself following

Khrushchev's attack early this

week.

Mdscow radio yesterday listed
Buleanin as "chairman o' the

Stavropol Economy Council"
Buiganin's latest job since he left

the post of premier last spring.
Stavropol is in the Caucasus.
Bulganin last was reported se seriously
riously seriously ill in a Moscow hospital.
It was believed he was just re released
leased released from the hospital to ad

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yesterday.
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After he gave up the' premier premiership
ship premiership to Khrushchev last March 27,

Bulganin was made president of
the state bank. In August he was
shifted to the comparatively mi

nor post in the Caucasus.

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Gifis sot food, clothing and toys

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NEW YORK (UPI) Federal

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tract deadlock that ha ; halted
publication of nine y major daily

newspaper!, yesieraay- scneauiea

intnt meetinf between. puousn-

era and striking deliverers for

Monday. ' V
-Meantimt. mediator Herbert L.

flaber said ne and hit men would

continue meeting separately wua

both sidei. .

"if circumstances warrant, an

earl er ioint meeting wiu M

held," he said.
Thn outlook anneared dim 1 for

an early. settlement -of me nine-

day strike against parers serving
a metropolitan population of U
million. Losses In pre-Christmas
advertising and wages have

lars. Store sales also J h v'e

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Usher said he hd notified bom

sides by telegram of the joint
meeting to be held at a pm. Mon Monday
day Monday in the offices of the Federal
Mediation and' Conciliation Serv

ice. J
Barney G. Cameron, chairman
fit th Publishers' Alsociation of

New York City, said the publish

er! welcomed the eau xor a joim
meeting. ,
"The staggering sums lost m
the past nine days by the news newspapers
papers newspapers end by the ,15,000 newspa newspaper
per newspaper workers' forced into idleness

by the swine ean never oe recov recovered,"
ered," recovered," he said. "It is, toe late
now. Nonetheless we want to get
beck to -work. Afre're ready to

talk."

Negotiations reached an im

passe earlier this week when the
newspaper- and mail deliverers
union refused to vote sgain on a
contract that had been rejected

previously. The publishers said
that only 35,i per cent of the eli eligible
gible eligible union members voted the

the first time. r n
'Businesses went down into the
subways in an effort to bolster

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ment, Department, food, clothing and jewelry

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luy

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dow!. It emphasized that window

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strike.

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snace filled with advertising that

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PARIS (UPI) European

statesman attending the Paris
conference .said he asked U.S.

Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles how he feels.

'Verr tired by evening," he

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North-South Bill to Outlaw Bombings

Is Drafted By Democratic Senators

WASH>ON (UPI) Senate

Democratic whip Mike Mansfield
f Mont.) predicted today that
the Senate would pass a "Narth-

-South" bill to outlaw hate bomb
ines regales of what the ad
a muustrafioo doe on civil rights.
'. He declared his personal sup

TXrt for a contemplated bill to

make illegal the interstate ship ship-ment
ment ship-ment or possession of explosives
if they are to be used for attacks
J on churches, schools, synagogues
or other public buildings.
Th measure was drafted by
' Sens. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.)
, and Sam J. Ervin Jr. (D-N.C).
1 It will be introduced when Con-
gress reconvenes next month.
Under its provisions, the perpe perpe-'
' perpe-' trator of a hate bombing would
t be liable to the death penalty if any
1 loss of life resulted from his ac activities.
tivities. activities. Mansfield said in an interview
' that he believe "there will be no
! dissension in our party when it
comes, to considering legislation to
' cope with these reprehensible hap happenings."
penings." happenings." "A NoHh South bill like the
Kennedy-Ervin measure will meet
! with approval," he said, "without
regard to any other civil rights
' legislation the administration or
others may offer."
Civil right legislation was
touched on only briefly at Presi-

dent Eisenhower' White House
conference with GOP congression congressional
al congressional leaders Monday.
Attorney General William P. Ro Rogers
gers Rogers indicated only that he favors
legislation to extend the life of
the Civil Rights Commission for
two years, and to give his depart department
ment department subpema power to get voting
records.
Republican leaders think Rogers
is taking a "cautious approach"
and will not outline any detailed
civil rights program until he is
sure of his ground.
Sen. Paul Douglas (D-Ill.) wants
to see legislation passed which
would deal with civil rights in a
major way, including toe "hate

bombing" problem.

RECEIVES APPOINTMENT
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi

dent Eisenhower yesterday ap

pointed James E. Webb.- former

Democratic administration offi

cial, to he a member of the ca

reer executive board. The eight

member oard, created earlier

this year, is headed by Arthur S.

Flemming, secretary of Health,

Education and Welfare.

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NEW YORK (UPI) Tragedy
has come once more into the life
of actress MarMvn Monroe. For

the second time in 15 months, she
has suffered a miscarriage.
The actress' nress agent, who

revealed Wednesday night that

the miscarriage occurred earlier
this week, said that Miss Monroe
was in good physical condition
but was "terribly depressed."
The blonde actress, who in inherited
herited inherited the glamour throne once
held by such Hollywood beauty
queens as Jean Harlow, Betty
GrabLe, and Rita Hay worth, was
under a doctor's care at her
Manhattan home today.
It was known that since her
marriage June 29, 1956, to play playwright
wright playwright Arthur Miller, Miss Mon Monroe's
roe's Monroe's fondest wish has been for a
child. Two previous marriages
were childless.
A year ago last summer, she
was rushed to a Manhattan hos hospital
pital hospital from the Millers' summer
home at East Hampton, on Long
Tsland. because of complications
that developed during early
stages of pregnancy.
Doctors were forced to operate
and she lost the child. For months
the actress was despondent and.
friends said she couldn't beajrvto'
talk about the. tragedy.

Murder By Mother-In-Law Suspected
In Disappearance of Pregnant Woman

SUMlADAIUUinA, bid mnr

The Coast Guard has joined in) Der bn

ing Olga Duncan, 30, whoso moth

Hide and demanriiui a reduction

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the search for the body of miss-t 1 nut.' AtrD WiRiiatafani 'nn.

er-in-law confessed carrying out. a
bold plot to end her marriage.
Police and FBI agents already
have undertaken an extensive
search for tho young expectant
mother who complained in letters
that her mother-in-law, Mrs. Elis Elisabeth
abeth Elisabeth Duncan, 54, strongly op opposed
posed opposed her marriage.
Olga has .been missing since
November and It was feared sh

may have been murdered.

wsed tho reductign because "of

;jie oisippearance of this man's
ivife' and the fact that a "homi "homicide
cide "homicide charge may be involved."

Judge Richard ; D. Heaton

agreed with Duncan that the pres present
ent present charges against Mrs. Duncan
warranted a reduction in bail. Shi
Was freed oh $5,000. bail until a
Dreliminaxy hearing set for Dae.

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Duncan said later that he and

Frank Duncan. 29. who married his wife had separated several

Olga last June, made a dramatic peeks after' their marriage but
courtroom appearance Wednes- continued to see each other up
day on behalf of his often-wed until her disappearance. He said
mother and succeeded in having his mother positively has denied
her bail reduced from $50,000 to any involvement in Olga'i disap-

$5,000. bearance.

rne eiaer Mrs. uuncan was ar arrested
rested arrested last Saturday on charges of

forgery, perjury and filing false

statements toend her son's mar

riaee to the attractive Canadian

nurse.

She admitted to authorities that

she paid a man $60 to pose as

Duncan while she posed as Olg

They traveled to nearby Ventura

and obtained an annulment of the

marriage on grounds that It hid

not been consummated.
Duncan, confident and square

shouldered, appeared in Ventura

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shows how a bad double," phis a

bad play, enabled South to. mak

an unsound grana sum.

If South had bothered to id

five no trump to check for kings
he would probably have con

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loentinuM with a bid of four
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Am TmnaewW.

i Ten glrla and five boya were
born at Gorga. Hosoital durlns

the period, ending at midnight
Monday, Dec. '15. During this
same' period 17S patients were
admitted and 187 were discharg discharged,
ed, discharged, according to the hospital re report
port report '-v.-

. Parents, ot the girls are Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn Hamilton, of Ft.
Kobbe; Mr ..and Mrs. Eustace A.
Laurie, of pamboa; Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas 8. Jacks, of Cnrundu;
Mr. and. Mrs. E. R. McArthur,
Sr., of Gavilan Area. Mr. and
Mrs. William J. Balllargean, of
Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs. Victor
R. Calena, of Panama; Mr. and
Mrs. Wayne H. Nellis, of Balboa;
Mr. and Mrs. Lorland C. Hall, of
Carrasquilla; Mr. and Mra. Ver Vernon
non Vernon Larry-sawyer ,of Albrook;
and Mr.-and Mrs. Robert Allen
Caldwell, of San Francisco.
Boys -were? born to Mr. and

Mrs: Edward J. Humm. Jr.. of

Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. Edward J.

Husum,.Jr., of Balboa; Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney A. Thorpe, of San
Miguel; Mr.' and Mrs; Ramon
Collazo. of Tort Kobbe; Mr. and
Mrs. Adam R. Basallua, of Pan

ama; ana: Mr. and Mrs. Bascom
Carl Morris, of Locona. v

Club Altamira

Holds Elections

Morning t

Nomination and election nf ffl.

ers for the Januarv-Juna issn tern

of Club Altamira will h hsM thi.

Sundayat the usual nlace

ness it was announced yesterday.

in. was aiso saw tnat this would
be the last meeti-fr ft tha t...

and members are being urged to
be present at 11 a.m., the hour
scheduled for the meeting.
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TOKYO (UPI) A brief earth-itMO lYlOr JYiemUerS
To Continue Efforts
For -French Algeria'
ALGIERS, Algeria UPI)-lGen.
Raoul Salan told the European
colony of Algiers yesterday that be
would continue to work for a
"French Algeris" in his new post
ts inspector-general of the French
armed forces. J
Salan spoke it a brie' ceremony
at city hall at which ,he was
made an honorary cltiiea of the
cky Jie ruled through one of its
most turbulent periods.
'His departure was part of the
pattern set by Premier Charles de
quake : hook tall b'iilinge" i,
Work Ort Pfons
downtown Tokyo today buts here)
was no -eport e, majw damage.
For Dec. 31 Dance
ine quase mt at 3:M a.m.
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Gaulle for closing out the military
regime which had supervised Al Algeria
geria Algeria since the revolt of May 13.
Paul Delouvrier, former finan financial
cial financial head of the European Coal
and Steel Community, take over
as De Gaulle's civilian delegate delegate-general
general delegate-general in Algeria.
Gen. Makrice Challes will take
command of the 400,000 man
French army in the campaign
against the National Liberation
Front (FLN).
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With less than two weeis r
maining members of the Rio Mar
Oneii till 9:00 P.M.
soiial club are working feverisnly
to comolet olans for the cluon
"OM Yenr's Hop" at Balneario
Balboa in Juan Dial.
Several surprises is being plan planned
ned planned for the enjoyment ot the
guests, a spokesman said.
Maestro Willie Moro will play
for the dance which will begin at
9 p.m. Dec. 31 and end at 6 u'
clock New Year's morning.
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"Army Caribbean is presented with certificate for sustained
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California Forest Ranger Dies
Fighting 5-Day Old Brush Fire

San juan capistrAno, Ca

lif.. Dec. 19 (UPI) Southern Ca

lifornia a worst Drusn lire oi me

year claimed its first victim la it

nieht when a forest ranger Was

enveloped by flames in a Drier

flare up along tne soutneast cor

ner. The fire still was not under

control today.
Joe Adams, 34, District Ranger

for Prescott National Forest, A-

riz., was leading a Hopi Indian

Hotshot" crew along the fire's

perimeter on a scouting mission.
He climbed atop a rock for a bet better
ter better view when the wind made a

sudden shift, surrounding him with

flames. Forest Service officials

said he apparently died, ;nstantlyi
The gigantic blaze has swept o o-ver
ver o-ver some 100 square miles of hea heavy
vy heavy brush, and destroyed 19 homes
and summer cabins since it broke

Serine Mew
Vorld Records ;
HAMILTON AIR FORCE 'BASE.

Calif. (UPI) Two Air Force Fr
104 Starfighters, world's fastest

and highest climbing fignterm-.

terceptor planes, have set uve new
world Urae-to-climb jrecords, jt wa.s
announced yesterday. 3
Mai. Gen. Hugh A. Parker. West

era Air Defense Frce command command-er(
er( command-er( iohouneed tlieiw marki werg
set at Poiiit MflSuySCalif .. by two

pilots from the; 538th Fighter-ln-

terceptor squadron parson Air
Force Base, Wash. v d
Thev also established maris, for

which no previous stecord existed,
for tWO' adaitibnalfhfeights includ

ing a rcumb to nz.ogo.s feet ui i

minutes 26.03 seconds.
The F104, already Iiolder of trie
world 'speed record at 1,404 miles
an hour and altitude record. ol
91,243 feet, becomes the first plane
to hold: speed, altitude and time-to-climb
marks, previous time-to-climb
records were held by the
Navy' F4D Skyr ay, built by Dou Douglas;
glas; Douglas; ' v r.li
The pilots were 1st Lt. William
T. Smith CarmeL Conn., and 1st
Lt. inar K.yEneoldson, Moses
Lake, Wash.
The flights were -timed by the
National Aeronautics Association
and will be submitted to the Fe

deration AeronautiquB Intern
tionale for-authentication and
worldwide recognition.

out Sunday between this historic
mission town and Lake Elsinore.
"Richard Johnson, U.S. Forest
Service Fire Prevention Office,
said control was expected late this
evening. He said about "70 or 80
percent" was presently under con control.
trol. control.
Firemen said the flames that
balckened an estimated 100-square
mile area, including parts of the
Camp Pendleton Marine corps

base,. were touched off by a trget

practicing rifleman in the tinder

dry back country of the Southern

California coastal section.
Most of the uncontrolled line
beyond this historic Spanish mis-;
sion town was, deep in. the unin uninhabited
habited uninhabited mountain area.
U.' S.' Forest Fire investiator V
woodj Stone said Jerry Stewart,
21-year-old .Marine, had admitted
he1 started the fire inadvertently
Sunday during target practice;
Stone "said Stewart was unaware
thai a glowing-hot tracer bullet
was among ammunition he was
using in. the remote area where
.the five-day-old conflagration
staged.. . .. s $
Directors of some 2,000 firefight firefighters
ers firefighters mopping up trouble spots in
upper Bell Canyon said they ex expected
pected expected to "contain" the blaze
by this evening. Four Marine he helicopters
licopters helicopters flew in fresh fiahters dur

ing the -day to relieve others who
had fotght the flames throughout

tne night.

CLU-MTC To Have

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As Special Guest j

' Nomination 1 and election '' off le

ers for the January-June 1959 term

ui ,iuu Aiiamira win De neia mis
Sunday at the usual place of busi

ness it was announced yesterday.
It was also said that this would
be the last meeting, of the year
and members are being urged to
be present at 11 a.m., the hour

scneauied for tne meeting.
ACTRESS TO MARRY
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actress
Sheree North and Dr. Gerhart R.
Sommer, a Beverly Hills psycho psychoanalyst,
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In Bargain Bill

. Kings Meet Cerveza Balboa
: ' By J. J. HARRISON Jr.

Carta Vieja supporters hoped today that the
Yankees will be able to find the range of newcomer
Charley Beamon and come up with a win over Marl Marl-boro
boro Marl-boro in th first game of tonight's Olympic Stadium
Pro League doubleheader.
A Carta Vieja win and a Cerveza Balboa victo victory
ry victory over the Kings in the seosnd tilt would give back
the Yanks the half game lead they lost last night
when the Kings defeated them 6-2, sparked by Ken

Hunt' three-run home.
Carta Vieja win sencT Bob
Frederick (0-0) against Beamon.
Starting hurlers In the atter atter-plece
plece atter-plece will be Georges Maranda
(2-0) for Cerveza Balboa and
Dick Luebke for the Kings
The curtain raiser will get; un underway
derway underway at 6:30 after Panama
Coffee Queen Ana Elena. Boyd,
to whom the twlnblll Is dedicat dedicated,
ed, dedicated, throws out the first ball.
7 Frederick, who has ; seen i only
relief duty so far. will make his
first starting appearance while
w. -.miii ntmonent is making

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his loop debut.
Beamon, who had a 1-3 recora
with the Baltimore Orioles this
Season, Compiled an even 4-4
mark with the Caracas club of
the Venezuelan Association be before
fore before coming to Panama last Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon. . t
Up to Nov. 28 the Negro right righthander
hander righthander had a 3-4 crd.Sn:
zuela and it was reported that
his Caracas employers released
him because they were far from
being impressed with Ms work.
Bat Beamon, who picked up
hi. fourth victory by beating
Gavilanes last Saturday night,
appeared to be gaining form
when manager Stanford Gra Gra-t
t Gra-t ham signed him up.
Last night Bud Black, who
turned in a fine seven-hit pitch pitching
ing pitching job, gained his second tri triumph
umph triumph at the expense of the
YBnkees.
The game, which was the
shortest of the season, was play played
ed played In two hours, three minutes.
The tall righthander, whose
teammates pounded starter Jim
Umbricht (the loser) and, Bill
Slack for a total of 11 hits and
turned In three doubleplays,
struck out two and walked three.
Black was igiven a 1-0 lead In
the second on singles by Pump Pump-gie
gie Pump-gie Green and Les Peden sand sandwiched
wiched sandwiched with a walk to Gail Hen--iey.
The score was 3-0 In the third
when Green tripled to right cen'
ter and trotted home on a base
" hit by Henley.
The Yanks deadlocked the
fcrjunt 2-2 in the fourth on Dave
Jacobs' triple off the right field

fence, a walk to Galr Allle, and
singles to Bill Parsons, Bill Kern
and Solder Wliheim. ail witn
two outs.
The Yankee rally was halted
When Parsons tried to gcore
''from second as he saw right
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SUNDAY 21st DEC.
At 3:45 p.m.
The Farewell Performance
THE
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First Game;

fielder Granny Gladstone mo momentarily
mentarily momentarily juggle the ball on
nrihUim' hit
But Parsons underestimated
that rifle arm of Gladstone's for
he was cut down at the plate for
the third out on another great
throw from the Kings" gooo.
flelrt.nn-hlt. flvhftWk.
In the sixth, the Kings took
the lead for keens. Green drew
a pass, Henley filed to left and
Peden's second -single moved
Green to second. Hunt's long
homer over the left field, fence
followed to make the count 5
and Ellas Osorlo and Carlos He
ron whiffed to end the Inning.
siArk mho hutted for Um
bricht in the seventh and then
took over on the hill, ave up his
first run of the season in the
eighth. The stocky relief artist
allowed three safeties.
Henley fanned and Peden. who
had three-ror-iour in the eon
test, singled again. Hunt cot i
free ticket, Ellas was reurea on
a pop foul to third and Heron's
single to center scored Peden
from second, for the last tally oi
the game.
in the nintn isiacK maae
Wilhelm fly to left, forced
pinchhitter Gerry Thome to
fly to deep center and obliged
Slack to pop up to the catcher.
The Kings were kings, for at
least a day. '-'
Sports Briefs
OPTIONED TO BUFFALO
NEW YORK (UPI) Veteran
forward W s 1 1 y Hergesheimer,
waived, to Montreal and then 're 'reclaimed
claimed 'reclaimed again by New York, has
been optioned to the Rangers'
Buffalo farm club in the Ameri
can Hockey League.
ALOUETTES SIGN LINEMEN
GREENVILLE, S. C. (UPI)
Coach D. C. (Peahead) Wallcer
has signed two linemen from
South Carolina schooli for his
Montreal Alouettes of the Canadi
an orofessional football league.
Signed were end Ray Stiminski of
Furman and guara coney uauiss
of South. Carolina.

Bud(dlng) Champs!

Carta Vieja Ab
H Fa A
0 S 0
Bartirome
Schmidt, rf
Jacob. 9
AU1, ss .
Parsons, If
Kern, cf .
Wilhelm, Jb
Shantz, e .
Thome .
Umbricht, n
Slack, p .
Totals
34 a T 34 7
Kings
Austin, 3b .
3
9
3
1
0
0
0
Green, as . j
Henley, cf
Peden, .
Hunt, Jf '. .
Osorlo, E.,.lb
11
Heron, Sb .
Gladstone, rf
Black, p .
Totals
32 11 37 14
Thome file out for Shantt In
9th.
Score By Innings
Carta Vieja 000 200 000 J 19
Kings 101 003 01X U 1
SUMMARY Errors: Green.
RBIs: Peden, Henley, Parsons,
Wilhelm, Hunt 3, Heron. Earn Earned
ed Earned runs: Carta Vieja 2. Kings 6.
Three base hits: Green, Jacobs.
Home runs: Hunt. Doublepiays:
Jacobs, Allle; Allle, Bartlroms;
Umbricht, Bartirome; Ausnn,
Green, E: Osorlo. Stolen base:
Heron. Struck out by: Umbricht
6, Slack 1, Black 2. Base on oaiis
off: Umbricht 3, Slack, 1. Biacs.
3. Left on base: CartaVieja 7.
Kings 5. Pitchers record: um
bricht S runs, s nits m e innings,
winninar pitcher: '. Black (2-0).
Losing pitcher: Umbricht (2-3).
Umpires: Hinas, Masasny,
Thornton. Attendant 1,900.
Time of gained 3:03.
Junior Baseball,
Final Tryouts
Tomorrow A.M.
Final tryouts for American Le Legion
gion Legion Junior Baseball are sched scheduled
uled scheduled for, tomorrow at the Balboa
Stadium' beginning at V a.m.
League officials announced
that 15 vacancies still exist for
the Legion league on the Pacific
Side. On the Gold Coast the
team has already been selected
and are going through' weekly
practices getting in shape for
opening day Jan. 10.
All boys who report to this
Saturday's tryouts will be as assigned
signed assigned to one of the three Jun Junior
ior Junior Baseball teams on the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Side and team work outs will
beeln early next week.
Team practice Is expected to
continue right un to opening
day of the league at which time
the roster, will be cut to the
maximum of IS players.
All boys attending Balboa
High School are eligible provid providing
ing providing they were born Sept. 1, 1941
or thereafter.
The majority of this year's
Junior Baseball league will see
action on the weekends with all
games to be played at Balboa
and Mount Hone Stadium.
Eligible players from last
year's Junior Baseball teams
need not report for tryouts as
they are automatically members
of the teams they played on,
however, all of these players who
are Interested in playing this
year should contact league
chairman George Black (2-1524)
or Mol le la Pena, player agent
(2-3170).
Whatever
Happened to...
WILLIAM J. CLARKf
Bill Clarka believes be It the
last surviving member of the
fabled Baltimore Orioles ef the
1890's. A catcher in those rowdy
days under John McGraw, Clarke
played six years with the old
Orioles, who were noted for their
ruggedness and had a major
league career extending from
1893 through 1905. In '97, after an
injury sidelined him, he turned up
at Princeton as baseball tutor.
All told, be coached the Princeton
nine for 34 years.
Whatever happened to Bill
Clarke. He celebrated his 90th
birthday last fall and still, lives
in Princeton where he and his
wife run sa antique shop en Nas Nassau
sau Nassau Strea.
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PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

Teams CV K At
Kfngt Mw.x 2 2
Carta Vieja 2 x t
Marlboro MMM.2 2 x
Carveza Balboa 1 1 2

Totals 6 6 7 23 23
TONWHrS GAMES (2)
First Came: Carta ViJa; (Frederick 0-0) vs.
, Marlborv (Beamon O-O)
Second Came: Cerveza Balboa (Maranda 2-0) ya.
Kings (luebke 3-1 )
Came timet 5:30
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
- At Olympic Stadiumi Kings 6, Carta Vieja 2

Balboa Brewings

' tf VICTOR M. CAREW
.-Bud Black Ditched the Kings in
to first nlace in the Panama Pro
Loop with an impressive 6-2 win
Over the carta vieja x an&ees iasi
night. Black paced himself well in
registering the seven-hit triumph,
Big Jim Umbritch, who has been
Manager Billy Shantz' starting
ehoke in me majority et me ele eleven
ven eleven games playsd by Carta Vieja
was the loser. j
oOo
Kn Hunt's hot bat ont!rtui
.to spit fir as the hardhitting,
leftfieldir belted n Umbritch f
firing ever the leftfield fence to
drive In Pumpsle Green and Les
Pedtn. One thing that can be
said ef ne Kings Is that they
petsest consistent trie hit hitter
ter hitter in Oail Henley, Les Pedtn
and Ken Hunt.
oOo
Carlos Heron is the most im improved
proved improved player in the League. He
has steadied at third and is doing
well at the plate. Granville Glad Gladstone's
stone's Gladstone's shotgun throw to the plate
in the fourth inning to cut down
Bill Parsons who tried to score
from second en Charlie Wilhelm's
single to right was in plenty of
time ahead of Parsons although
Gladstone did not field the ball
cleanly. It would seem as if the
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2 6 6 .545
2 6 6 ,55o
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Carta Vieja thirdbase eoack had
never beard of Granville.
Although Carta Vieja has been
winning they haven't been show showing
ing showing much long ball power. 'Maybe
they haven't turned it on yet.
Gair Allie is probably a good
hitter in other parts, but to date,
batting in the cleanup spot for
Carta Vieja,. the fine-fielding short
stop has not justified the confid confidence
ence confidence that Shantz has in him.
Les Peden it making a serious
bid to ran away with the batting
.title. When Black faces Carta.
Vta tn night Is generally a
rough one for Tony Bartirome. Bartirome.-Groan
Groan Bartirome.-Groan showed great spoad on tha
bases, in the third when he tri tripled
pled tripled to left canter, r
j1 . oOo
Tonight's doubleheader should at
track a good-sized crowd despite
the Christmas season hustle and
bustle. A Marlboro triumph over
Carta Vieja and a Cerveza Balboa
win over the Kings would'-really
tighten things up.
Dick Luebke will be shooting for
his fourth straight win over the
Beermen and Georges M aranda
will be doing his best to halt
Luebke's streak and at the same
time pick up his third victory oi
the season

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CHICAGO. Dee. 1 (UPI) Tak
ing a title away from Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams never is easy trick, but
Rocky Colavito of Cleveland
managed it by winning the Ame American
rican American League's slugging cown in
1958.
Colavito captured tha title with
a ,620 slugging average, according
to official statistics released here
by the American- League. Wil
liams, who won the crown with a
.731 figure in 1957, wound up in
fourth place mis year with a .584
mars:., .
Enjoying his bast season W
the majors, Colavito compiled his
slugging average by collecting
303 total bases in 489 times at
bat. He batted .303 and among
Ms 148 hits ware 41 homers, 26
double and three triples.
The 25-year-old Cleveland out
fielder also drove In 113 runs, sec
ond in the league only to Jackie
Jensen of the Red Sox, who knock
ed in 122. Only others to dirve in
100: or more runs were Roy Siev
ers of Washington with 108 and
Bob Cerv of Kansas City with 104.
Mickey Mantle of the Yankees
and Cerv finished in s tie for sec second
ond second place in the slugging depart department.
ment. department. Each fashioned an average
of .592.
Williams, who won the batting
crown with a .328 average, was
fourth, followed by Sievers with
.544, and Bob Nieman of Balti
more with .522.
For the second straigh year,
Mantle drew the most walks. 129.
He led the league in 1957 with
146. Mantle also drew the most
intentional walks this tear. 13.
outfielder Jim Lemon of Wash
ington and Mantle tied for the
leadership in most strikeouts with
120 apiece.
Little NaNio Fox ef the White
Sok fanned the toast number ef
times, 11 in 155. games, and set
a major league, record by play playing
ing playing 98 straight games without
striking out.
Minnie Minoso of Cleveland was
hit by the most pitches,, 15, to be
the leader in that department ofr
the second straight season. Team
mate Lopez of Kansas City hit
into the most .double plays, 23:
Teammate Roger Maris was the
toughest man to double up. He
grounded into only two double
plays in 150 games.
.Fiw hrnifl four different maior
league records iuririk the 1958
campaign, in addition to nis striKe
out mark, he played the most con
secutive Barnes at second case.
513; he led the league in chances
accepted for .a record-breaking s-
venth time, and he cracked anoth
er mark by leading the iircuit
in singles for the fifth time in his
career.
ILIGIBLf FOR PLAY
EVANSTON.'lll. (UPI) Floyd
Campbell and Dick Becker have
raised their grades sufficiently to
become eligible to play on the
Northwestern basketball team.
They missed the first three
games of the season during the
probationary period.
NAME SHRINE OFICIALS
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Offi
rials named for. the Dec. 27 East East-West
West East-West shrine football game in San
Francisco are: referee, James
Cain; umpire, James M. Mitchell;
head linesman, William P. Sloan;
field judge, Williams J. Settle;
back judge, Everett J. Bannister.
Service Center Theatres
- TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 ft 7:55
Steve Cochran
Diane Brewster
"QUANTRILL'S RAIDERS"
in cinemascope ss color i
COCO SOLO 7:00
Dene Clark Ben Copper
'"THE OUTLAW'S SON"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Cornel Wilde Jim Davis
- ''MARACAIBO"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"Pirates of Tripoli
GAMBOA 7:00
Leslie Carofi
f Maurice Chevalier
"GIGI"
In Cinemascope fc Color!
GATUN a 7:00
Don Taylor Glanna Beagle
"LOVE SLAVES OF THE
AMAZON"
MARGARITA I'M
"APACHE WARRIOR"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
It Came from Beneath
The Sea"
PARAISO 7:00
Michael Ray Jot Lansing
f "THE BRAVE ONE"
In Cinemascope Ss Color)
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"FIRE OVER AFRICA"
SANTA CRUZ 7:01
'"OREGON PASSAGE"
and "HIGH SOCIETY"
CAMP BIERD V 7:01
Gary Cooper Begrld Gutrie
"THE ADVENTURES OF
MARCO POLO v ?
Owl Show 10:30 djh.
'Jesse James vs. The Daltons"
PARAISO w Tuesday,
December 23rd v
"THE TRINIDAD STEEL
pflckets ea -sale date ef Show

v BUrting 1:00 p.m.

fditprs CONRADO SARGEANT,

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BALBOA MIXED LIABUI
Teams v.. .-...W....L.
Diiion-jtuciunaa Coat,
Canada Dry
Camei-Winston-Salem
Grecha Music Store
Pabst Blue Ribbon
36
231
35
,35
'34f;
-33
32
30
30
27
25,
25
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27
27ia
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30,
33
Bass Shoes ..
Ideal. Bread '
Boyd Brothers Ins,
Turco Products -Pascual
Cookies
Paper Mate Pens
Ebonite. Balls ','.-
26 34
25' 35
16 44
Leading Averages
(Men)--Alva
rado 191, Nickisher 170 Rudy 168.
(Ladies) Rudy 155 j Metager 149,
ami in im. 1
Besidea the regular reoutine of
KnocKuig aown ine jnapie pins,
we league rouea lor me tradi
tional' Christmas Turkeys, 'Mary
morrow oi uie lowiy roomies sur
prised herself and others to win
one of the birds. Lee "turkey
uontz a bachelor repeated his
Thanksgiving performance by gain gain-ine
ine gain-ine hia teconit turk". "j rT m
ing bis second turkey:
Besides the turkey eombetition.
the rest of the keglers received
x-ascuu uooKies ana me; lanes
were bedecked with balloons to
give a real cnristmas atmoDshere,
aiso ine leaeue nresented a
Christmas stocking, filled with
green stuff, and silver,. to the Cus Custodian
todian Custodian of the Balboa Bowl-a-erna,
iouie veoano.
DHIon Hickman 3
Turco Products 1
With, the big boss. Wilson Dillon
spurring tne Dillon Hickman Con
tractor bowling crew, the leaeue
leaders retained (heir position at
tne top ot loop by spanking the
Turco Products for; three noint
However the Dillon-Hickmans Had
no easy task. They opened with
a o pin win, aespue lurco f Biu
Nickisher shooting 205. Undaunted.
Turcos came back strong to even
the match. But Mr, Turkey,: bim-
seu, Lea Uontz went gunning and
brought down 222. to finish' with
608 scratch and winnin
number m the'-turkey lottery.
On the bowlers favorite lanes,
9 and1 10, everybody went overl
500 handicap. For D and H. Shir
ley Cavanaugh 554. Glenn McNall
ss, xruai Garni, 551, Bob Carhn
527 and Lge eioi M&. 'irdi.
had in the scratch division Bill
Nickisher with 508. and in the
Handicap, same Bill 532, Vic Or
tiz 556, .Pat Bailey 538 and Ernst
Zischka 568.
t Boyd Brothers 1
Canada -Dry 3
The Boyd Brothers Insurance
Company of Bowline cot off to
good start, whipping the Canada
Dry sippers by 21 pins. However
tne Canadians pulled themselves
together and chalked' art 80 pin
advantage, xney Kept uo tne on
slaught, and again whipped the
Boyd Brothers by 93 sticks
which meant three credit tabs in
the win column. Four of the Can
ada Dry bowlers were about e
ven. Mannv Fernandez, and Bruce
Hassler 4with Identical 532, Mimi
Metzger beat out her. head of the
household, George, 542 to 522.
Curly Bates and Paul Karst up
held the prestige ot the Boyd
Brothers with their 519, and 521,
All handicap.
Pascual Cookies S -Pabst
Blue Ribbon Beer 1
Week by "week the Panama Pas
cual Cookies are getting better
and better, and the fact that they
were meeting a. formidable oppo opponent
nent opponent in the Pabst Blue Ribbon
Beers, did not deter the cookies
from winning, three out of four.
They took the first two chapters
quite easily, and then two Pabst
Pinsters .flashed good form, and
won their solo win. Three male
cookies rolled ; tasty series; Rolf
Dietrich 586, Bob Blaney 525 and
Joe Bieber 532. Only one Pabst
Blue Ribbon Beer brewed a
foamy series when West Bank
Dee Carter keeled; aver 527
scratch and 581 handicap.
darnel Winston Salom I -Paper
Mate pens 1
Paper Mate Penr went dry v v-cept
cept v-cept in the middle try; and lost
three points to Los Cigarillos de
Camel Winston Salem, whose
boliche" was of top quality. Ar
my Lindy Lindenberg had the
Established

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SCOTCH WHIS

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turkey fewer, but tfnW
144. game ruined the nighf Lindy
had 205. and 208 games for' C 55T
scratch and 611 handicap to fin finish
ish finish as- runnerun in th Turv...
Derby Sarg Jesse Pate and Mr.
Moneybags for the .league and
506 and 503 handicap. Only one
wPL1,tto w to the -select
group with 508, also hand!-
Creeha Musle" Store
Ebonite 1
m the win eolumn the Ebonltea
did not fare sd" well, but in the
turkey shoot their member, Mer.'
ly mary morrow wt We jsckoot,
and the Morrows will, hve a tur turkey'
key' turkey' dinner 'it hft mutiul h..
Pi ... ,"CWo, VI I II 0
eague. This was a battle of fiv.
century series, because every one
wh over me top,, with, two Gre Gre-5
5 Gre-5 bbin? cratch honors, Loa
Glud 517 snd Don Rudy 537, The
uaBHieni occupying fibonites gave
ih a rougn ireatmeni
n the besnnnintr
erechas got coins in tii ....
ond jrame winning by 26, despite
nanamgfioonites 98 maples per
game. The Grecha Music turned
On full volume in fW lo.
when they overcame the 00 t pin
deficit anLthe w handicap to wia
the last game and total rins for
three points. Ebonite Series: Bess
S16?",' MY Morrow i 574.
rreauie .Martinet 529, Burt De.
yeau522 and Bruce Morrow 521,
afl handicap. Grecha ? Musical
Scores: Vi Rudy 514j Bev Hni.
day 572. Helen Glud sal. T, ai4
559 and Don Rudy 564.
oass Shoos 3 Ideal Bread 1
.IF,e w' nother battle of
"500" sets: Basil having n ...
rollment and the Ideal-Brt
having four. The opening v bout
was an easy one for Bass with a
73 surplus. JThe next one was
close but Bass, prevailed by only
four stubs of lumberioso to 926,
Ideal Bread made their bid in
the closeout by 917 to 88L jj
Law Jim Catron wss '.the Bass
Leader with 572 ComSta Don Mo
Guire tallied 555 and his ladj Bet.
ty ,526 Makintf hiiwlkj f;
pnww(David Claus KleischmflS
el,- Eli finished 510.' The big ecor
nomy joai ot a series for Ideal
Bread was Earl Freunds. 576.
Tom Liles raised 557 sad the twt
gals Doris Barnes 518, and Leu
Freiind 508. All handicap.
Basketball
Results
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Army 75 Amherst 5
No; Carolina St. 82 LaSaUe 86
Connecticut 72 Colgate 57
C.C.N.Y. 66 Queens N-Y.) 4
Bostog U. 61 Massachusettts 58
Villanova 91 Temple 69
Adelphia 62 St, Francis (N.Y.) 44
Holy Cross 77 St. Anselm's 58
Delaware 60 Lafayette 58
Northeastern 68 Harvard 48
Fordham 80 Syracuse 75
South
Navy 53 Maryland 50
No. Carolina 70 So. Csrolina 57
William a Mary 72 Davidson 58
Louisiana St. 78';Loyolt (La.) 68
Louisville 56 Wittenberg 49
Soutnwestn (Tenn.) 67 Sewanes ST
Vanderbilt 70 Wyoming 65
Miami (Fla.) 92 Florida 82
S.E. Mo. SU 71, Spring Hill 59 1
Midwest.
Cse Tech 98 Mt. Union 74
Hope 5 Indiana Central 69
Michigan SW 74 Notre Dame 58
Evansville 98 Valparaiso 82
Cincinnati 112- Coll.; of Pacific 68
Toledo 106 Western Michigan It
Dayton 93 Texas Southern 77
S.W. Mo. 70 Cen. Okla. St. 64
Hamline 68 St. Olaf 64
Creighton 81 St. -John's (Minn.) 58
Westminister 84 Mo. Mines 41
: Southwoat ;
Sou. Methodist 59 Oklahoma 51
St. Edward's '- 61 Southwestern 51
Ariz. St U. 64 Ariz. St. College 71
Watt
Southern California 72 Hawaii 41
St. Mary's (Calif.) 78 Aedlands 57
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Z-Eric 7 G. Kui 1U wReturw fromVliyoft;
- S-Cypress Bull A. Treats 11J In new hand now
t-Recife TaJavera 110 Good recent racei

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' A. Alfafo 115 Form indicates- v

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-1-E1 Aghella" 1.' Phillips 115 '-Should, beat these
. 2Venganza' 1 A. Jordan ll2x -Must go much lower
i a Doicese A. Pere 108-Mutuels favorite -4-Baranoa"'
' A. ,Ycaza 113 Rates, fair chance
5-Towns WallS. Carvajal 108T,-Could surprise
6 Zumar 'J. Talavera i05 Usually ..clpse up
- 7 Cleron r CV Quiros I05x Has showti nothing
&-Mifcel -. R Cristian 113 Could make.M here

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ONE TWO

, A. Alfar 113 iw-Nothing recently

2 Folletito R CnsUan 112 nan weu in
tOkiland D, Barret 105x -Jtot good enough
Identica B) Aguirre 113 Jockeyj handicaps
5-MaTylin J. Ulloa 115 Should score again
'6-Silver1 Girl B. Baeta.110 -Jockey may elp
7-Pichoti J. Talavera 106; Good early speed
8- rSoUto V. Castillo 115 Dropped s another calsa
9- Rock'n Roll F, Justinia. 103x Would be upsetter

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QUINIELA

Peel Closes 2:30

Quickie;, Michaux, Horacio:
To Match Strides In Sprint

Sevpn second leries imported thoroughbreds will

match strides tomorrow afternoon in the featured

$750 seven furlong sprint at. the President Remon

racetrack.;

Three of the entrie1 Quickie,

Horacio and Behader .are winr

nera their last timet out wnue

the prospective mutuels favorite,
Michaux, was an impressive sec sec-nnrt
nnrt sec-nnrt tA the classv Denendahle, 1

' Also entered for tne seven-pan

el dash are Rosita Maria. Sputnik

and Playboy aU of wnictt are

considered rank outsiders. i

Leading lockey BraHllo ,Baexa

will guide Quickie which is re returning
turning returning to. action following her
brilliant s head victor 6ver Eve-

nlne Star in the $3,000 added one-

miie-and-one-eigntn MOinersv .uay

Classic. "-; ;
'Arauimedes Alfarowin attempt

to reneat his Brest ride on upset

winner Behader; Ruben Vasquez

replaces Baeza aboard: Micnaux

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guel Dorses.
Horacio, as usual, will be boot booted
ed booted by cagey Chilean saddlesmith
Julio Rodriguez. Stout hearted

Playboy will have longsnot spe specialist
cialist specialist Felix Sanchez in the pilot

house. Sputnik will be guided by
Serando Carvalal and Rosita Ma

ria will be ridden by Fernando

Alvarez.

Several other interesting races
are included on the card. One of

them is the eighth for three-year-old
imoorted colts and fillies jn

which Damajuana, Licenciado, Pa-

lave. Mama uia. (jranaaero, nut

chen. Aldar. Pardine and Argosy

foyal will matcn strmes.:

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2 El Aghella
3 Marilyn
4 ButeapUitot
5 n,bL Pile (e)
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10 Celtro
11 Martlet i

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Sliver Girl

Gwecamaya
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SMOKE SIGNAL
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1 Guacamaya
2 Full Moln
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4 Buscapleitos
5 Don. Vito

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A. Alfard lM'vFs'stest at getaway
A. Lorless 113x Could make it here
. H. Pitty 105x Has good wbrkouts
B. Baeza 113 Returns from layoff
F. Sanchez 105x Has beaten" better

. E; Dario 108 Good' early speed

7-Bagdad A. Gonzales 10s L.acxs eariy speea
8-Xanganica ,t C. Quiros lOOx -Bad legs hamper
MGuarare J. Phillips 105 Worse than entrymate

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l-The Squire ", B. !Baeza 112 f rJockty nay help. 3-1
2- Riscal V. OrtegallS- T-Nothinf in months 30-1
3 Don Dan! T'. Alvarez 115 -Best early, speed 3-1
4j(Doble FHa J. Gongora 120 t-Seems, much the best 1-2
5-Zutphen D. Barret 100x-Entrymate should win M-2
6-Narval) S. tSarvajal 106, UsuaUy gets, left 10 I
T-Lucky Test) 'R-'".!, yWCommeaid 10-1
th Raee 4th Series Impl P. Purse: SoOO.OO Peel Closes 3:40
vVla RAC E OP : THE (iDOUBUE f

1-tonia.Pet F. Sanchez 103x-Could go' all the way
2 Trirreme ? B.; Baa 114T -Jockey insists v
SNdw? theft u'3. tala vera 114 Would, pay niee odds
44Mpiictte A. Valdivia 18 Form indicates v. .-
Sr-Paquiro' A.;Alfaro l05 Cguld get up here
16-Red. Label Q. Bravo 11? -Lacks early apeed

2-1

54

10-1

EVEN
. 4-1

,15-1

v 7th Race Sth' Series

tM'M9?1;pU'!l- Closes lill

4 -iH-Xlstularl t B.' Aguirre lis jocxey. kuis cnance
I : 2-SaprisS ; A. Alfaro 106 -Should make it now

10-1

3-2

- 25-1
101
5-1
- 3-1
' II

- .3 Uesteuo j.-rnmips iiu uira bpcc.
siGeyser A. Lorless 105X Would p$y off; 0
. 5-E1 Fakirs F: Sanchez 105x Distance' td liking
eVNedref 'n h talavera HO Despite hort sprint
7-Ringside .. A. Perez 113 'ar make it; her
8- Julio Verne Jose Rodrig. 113 Fair effort in last

Ith Race "Special"; Imp. 7 : P9e. Purs $450.0(1 oeJ Closes 4:40

1 Damajuana J. Talavera 110 .Impressive win last
2 Ocenciad J .Phillips 105 Poot Tace last time
8-Palave J, J,. Ulloa 110 Has good workout
4 Mama Lola E. Dario W(). Not against these -'Swm.idTn':''BBali
USryrFiXin indicates
6-iMulcheii yf..-v j K ?e?, Wroafly.. fractipus ;
1 7-iAIdif A, ' B Aghre 110 --Rider hurts chance
(Pardine !J R. Vasquez 115 Will fight It out
9i-fAirgosy Royal A. Ycaza 113 s r-Rate good Chance too

The Stud Calif a led the buyers
yesterday at the auction of Chll-ean-bred
two-year-olds ;at the
President : Remon racetrack's
paddock with the purchase of
two handsome colt.. k-
The vminffsters are the bay

Zulu and One For Me. Zulu, a
n1t.t.1nr Ifflid" of his Sire MlO

Sea, i out of the good brood

mare Kaou. one r or jae w grey

8on of Meyerling-Karin. ,

The most lmbresslve looking

i.nif irri isrt the most exDen-

sive, Montesco, was bought by
the brothers Aanlo and Clinio

Qulntero, Tnis leggy pay son
Terek-Manuela, was sold for
t nun

Tanarik, a bay offspring of
Tabano-Lolra, went to Maximo

Solano. -
TWaf n .Via- a brown" by Flex

ton-Mozueia, wa acquired by

Ramon Navarro.

rlfljm. a huskv bay daugh

ter of My .Chum-Digital, wag
hniiorht. hv tula H. FarruKia;

Alberto Pereira made the only
bid to 'feet the nlceljt-ullt brown
filly Mis Brunette.- a daughter
of Lucky Lord-Acacia.

Arancei a nay con oy iy
Chum-Antartlda and Tierral a
bay son of Chimilto-Tijerlta,
were ol to4 Arturb Vial nd

Carlo Salaiiar. respectively.

Cypress Bull reappears this week

under tne training 01 eotero

(Rumbita) Ruaas,

15-1
3-1
25-1

3-2

15-1

i-1

2-1

2-1

i m Race Snd Series' Imp' PW PuriJ$750:00: f Peoi Closes 5:15

Quickie i a' B. Baeza 116 Hard- to beat here
V 2 Rosit Maria F. Alvarez 405 i-tMust go lower h
. Sr-Sputnik i Si Carvajal 105 -nNot -goodMenougM A-
:rV 4feHoracio "4 J.-Rodriguez 110 ;WiKk fight h out ;
frMichaut Mv;lt;-Vjqeil-llSFofm:tindlM
i siay'Boy Sanchei-iaox'WWould1 payi.offw
' ,ehaM';:kyAlliW Doesneem-likely

mS, 7 Ps.:Pure 1450.00 Plol Cles :40

lariinan'y''l;-BAzi:il0mey 4H''heWr." 4-1

1 2-ArticP i"B.' Aguirr 112 "ii-Rider eliminates V
:;' S-iLa Besiree v-.A.; AlfarO 106 J-Could all the way

' -ColtrO j Rv Visquez lir Seems irtsur thing" EVEN

'.-s-cheyene-. !G. Sancher 110' Better -thi -wek v-. 2-1

21

151

30-1

5-2
EVEN
.10-1
10-1

rfReina'iF'SancheOxoorirecent taci'&; 1S.1
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11 Race 4th Sefiet Imp. ?f P. Purse $400.00"; iOol Clesefc v

1

1 Mi. Locura) A. -Lorless lOlx Early speed only

2--Pangal -? J. Talavarx 113 .Would urprie h
" 3 Maese B. BaeM 113 Rate good thanee
, 4-cNebriscas i R. Vquez 112-i-Can run; fractiou
' : S Mart'flt'" ; :;A,;-.V!ia S-:42S1wttld. bt.sie-'-:!-kvV
SNefful i v A.- Perez 110 Rates Jamong best here 1
,.7-Loberi ,v A, Alfaro; 106 .Nothing .in age

15

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Mirlman. a four-year-old

Chilean-bred black colt owned

by the Stnd Rio Grande ana
trained by Eustacio (Taehito)

Garcia de rareaes, is tne sec second
ond second racer on which positive

resnlt have been obtained

since the insUtutlon of saliva

and nrlne teats locally.

Th donins: took niace last

Saturday when Mariman went

on to win the,ixtn race unaer

tne RUiaance or leaoing jocney
BrauMo Baezai The first racer to
be doped since' the tests went

into operation was pon L-ucno,
Which also waa ridden. byBaeza

Marlman'a trainer was not

susoended because he estawisn

ed that h mi not In Panama

City on th dav of the race. He

tirea Enrique Munno, Manman s

groom, .after learning of the re
suit of thOiest?- '4

The Pftnania Gambling Con

trol Board warned Tachlto that
the next time any horse trained
by him 1 found to be drugged he

will be held responsible ana wui

be suspended fo one ya.

Hard funnina native half-

breed Daniel -changed owners

for the ele-hth tlm in nw carew

He 1 now owned and trained by

Tachito Oajrcla de Pareoe.

. tromislf r tnthiand Prince,

which makel 'Hi debut next

SuiiHay, is a three-year-ota cnu
ean-bred bay colt by Prince. .

Dr; Bill will race under the

colors of the Stud Muacycles. His

trainer is now Jose Oscar Men

doza....Plchoto's new owner is
Mr. Loretta Samuels. Oevaldo

Henrlquez continues to .train the

native eoit, s

Barloa. Amat. Argosy Roval.

Carlyle. Pichoto, Rutilante and

El Aithella will race with blink blinker
er blinker thl weekend.
Jipl Japa -was destroyed yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning after suffering
a fractured shoulder bone in
an accident. The injury was
sustained when the native colt
fell during; a workout. ;
y OOO

-The weiKht-for-aeo system has

been abolished for open classics

next year. All tne open classics.

beginning with the $3,000 added

New Tear's Classic, will be hand

icapped according to the racing

aecretarv'a inaarmenz t w

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wins and a dead-heat, leads his

nearest comoetltor, by 95 vlcto

ries. Fernando r Alvarez Is the

runnerup with 53. Baeza has a
total of 240 for the year with
five meets still left. He should

easily ton 250 triumnhs like we

predicted over two montns ago.

."' -"Va ,iv. 1

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SANTA MONICA. Calif. fUPlW

Paul Dietzel of Louisiana state,

1958' Coach of the Year, heads

s list of six top football mentors
who wilT anneaf at "a three-day

Instruction clinic Feb. 12-14. The
ethers are j Duffy Daugherty of

Michieran State. "Pete Elliott of
of California, Eddie .Erdelat of
Navy, Forest Evashevskl of Iowa

and Bud Wilkinson 01 oxianpma

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- ' f ; THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE ?
',1 F0R INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
?JifOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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A Resorts Aj

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, PHtum omm
lea Ctara ft. 4a P. "a-

Houses

' ttkiT. 1 bedroom resl-

, "j, UH MM it

: fleece, irwu
Phono J -us.
Commercial Sites
FOR RSNT: Office
'tee Celpae. S.A. Automobile
Row, Centrally leeated, spacious.
. Oil 2-0625.
. .!
FOR RINT: Space in Chicago
1 er" for llina novelties and
H.rirt article.. V'4'
Ave., corner of "K St. Available
Immediately. Inquire Agencies
Tiyeli, Ttl. 3t611I, Camera do
Cemercio Building.

FOR RENT: Ideal far an office
I or living apartment for a bach-

olor, easy ""' "r
u-1.1 t.i 1.1421.
Automobiles
FOR SALE: Mercedes-Bene
190SL spertt coupe convertible
in like new condition. Taxes paid.
Priced for Immediate sale. Cal
Mr. Koevers at 3-7234 or Hotel
El Panama room 418.
OUT OF OAS
ATLANTA (UPI) Policemen
C. B. Wooster and E. F. Slices
. a- thoir mirsnit of
naa o iuwiuvu ........ 1
speeding hot rodders yesterday
When Hiey ran oui m s-
HOT AND C0LD

' EDINBURGH. Scotland (UPD (UPD-ti
ti (UPD-ti ftnthri indtr of the Court

f of Sessions here, adjourned a case
yesterday because. the courtroom
was! too hot. Last week he ad adjourned
journed adjourned another case in the same
'coutrtroora because It was. oo
cold. "'

FOR SALE
FR1GETTE
AIR CONDITIONER
FOR. AUTOMOBILE
' $270.00
. RATTAN LUX
FURNITURE
Tel. 3-1293
.LIFE INSURANCE
;, call
,- JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Hhj.elt.or Life Ins. Co..
IfcrTates aid Information
Tel. Panama 8-055J
m. Monday thru Friday
$ 9:00 am- to 12:00
; 2:00 p.m. to 5:00
J Saturday
9:00 a.m. to 12:00
Automobile finance
Government Employes
C Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
, Used Car
i GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
IJDW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
, on new cars
Iagency dehlinger
No. 43 Automobile Row
5 Phone 3-4984 3-4985
AM Types of Auto Insurance
ibl.nicb:elcadmii.m
everlasting battery
Foto International
185 Central Ave.
; Corner "K" Street
;1 block from Railroad
1, Station.
iThe New
S IP
NIKON
a.
With built-in Universal
Vlewflnder System
ft id
I (',1 'if-''!!'?' BieM Motx
Ptnmti!0' Colon

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)art merits
FOR RINTtJ Tw bedroom
apartment, livinf room, dining
room, laundry maid'i room and
farago. In Alberto Navarro St.
No. 53, II Canoraio, Tal. 2-0850.
FOR RENT: J bodroom apart apart-mont,
mont, apart-mont, maid's room, hot water,
farago. Paitilla. Phono 3-2279.
FOR RENT: 0n bedroom (air
conditioned) apartment, apply
Fete El Halcon, across Hotel El
Panama, telephone 3-1179.
FOR RENT: Well located apart apartment
ment apartment 4 of luly Avenue No. T1 T1-352
352 T1-352 facing Quarry Hifhta en entrance,
trance, entrance, for information, call tele telephone
phone telephone 3-3318 and 2-4204 or
same building apartment No. 9.
FOR RENT: Beautiful one-bedroom
apartment in El Cangrejo,
Madura's Building. For informa information
tion information call 2-2844 or 2-2854. from
9 to 12 and 2 to 6.
FOR RENT: Going on vacation.
Diplomat will rant completely
furnished apartment, from Jan January
uary January to May, in Bella Vista. Liv Living
ing Living room, dining room, two
porches, two bathrooms, throe
bedrooms, very cool. Exceptional
opportunity, $1 1 0.00 per' month.
No. 9, 46th Street (former) or
4-98 (Modern). Tel. 3-6525.
Easl-Wesi Delegates
Suspend Conference
On Surprise Alfacks
s GENEVA (UPIV-The East and
West gave up indefinitely yester
day in their drawnout effort to
organize a world wide warning
system against surprise attacks
The deadlocked 10-nation confer
ence on prevention of sneak at
tacks held the last in a series of
fruitless meetings which beca
Nov. 10, and then suspended the
talks without setting a date for
re-convening.
Western delegation chief, Wil William
liam William C. Foster of the United
States, said his government would
work "as energetically as possi possible"
ble" possible" to get the talks underway
again.
Foster left Genevg for tyasnirig tyasnirig-ton
ton tyasnirig-ton yesterday by Air Force plane.
Soviet First Deputy Foreign
Minister Vasily V. Kuznetsov,
head of the Eastern delegation,
blamed the West for the confer
ence's lack of progress so far i He
charged the West tried to Use
the talks to snoop out Russian
military secrets.
Although he contended the West
was trying to bury the conference
permanently by not setting a re resumption
sumption resumption date, Kuznetsov did not
rule out the idea that East and
West some day could find a for formula
mula formula for continuing the talks.
The concurrent three nation
conference on establishing a nu nuclear
clear nuclear weapons test ban canceled
its session ydsterday and was
scheduled to adjourn today for
a Christmas recess until Jan 5
The conference currently is in dis dispute
pute dispute over a Soviet demand op op-nosed
nosed op-nosed by Britain and the United
Stales for a virtual veto in oper operation
ation operation of any control scheme to
police a nuclear test ban.
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With A Small Down Payment. .. J
you may give a wonderful Gift!

BEAUTIFUL WROUGHT IRON AND MAHOGANY ij
a. LIVING AND DINING ROOM SETS

LIVING AND DINING ROOM SETS

MAHOGANY CARVED BEDROOM FURNITURE
in complete sets and individual pieces at
prices that defy comparison

National Ave. 41

LEAVE lOU AO WITH OlOS OF OCT AGENTS OB OCB OFFICES' AT 1J 3T "H fTTEET. fANAMA URRESIA MECIADJV-T Wnet He. it t AGENCIA8
INTERNAL OE FUBLICACIONES-No. S Letter, PU CASA ZALDO Central Ave. Ai LOURDES r.SlwS"iLiS:'
BAJROO No. it "ft" Street MORRISON 4th of Jul; Are. A J St. 9 LEWIS SERVICE Ave. TivoU No. 4 0) EARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOSI CaM In.

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FARMACIA LUX 184 central Avenue
FARMACIA VAN DEB-JIS St Street No-
ATMS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
EB-JIS 50 Street Nov
Automobiles
FOR SALE:
1956 Chevrolet Hardtop, tutone,
radio, WS Wall tiros, stand,
trans.
1956 Dodge 4 Door, tutone, ra radio,
dio, radio, WS Wall tiros, radio, stand,
rrani.'
1955 Oldsmobilc, "8" Holiday
4 door, hardtop, tutone, WS
Wall tires, power steering 6
brakes, air condition. Perfect
condition.
1957 Ford Fairlano. 4 door, tu tutone,
tone, tutone, WS wall tiros, stand, trans.
1956 Chevrolet, hardtop, 4 door,
tutone, radio, WS Wall tires.
1955 Buick-tutono. hardtop, ra radio,
dio, radio, WS Will tires, stand, trans.
1954 Ford Taunus, very good
condition.
AUTOS EISENMAN, S.A. Open
all day. Next to Coca-Cola Co.
Tels: 2-2616 2-4966.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet. 4
dr. Sedan, totone paint, mileage
7400, $1,875 b 1957 Opel
Reckord. mileage 6500, $1,425.
House 8573-B, Margarita phono
3-1391.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel Air hardtop. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Duty not paid. See at Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Hotel, Schreeder Room 362.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1952 MGTD now
top, new battery, good tires, good
condition, throughout, $995.
SP4 Priest, 84-2154 during duty
hours.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1957. MGA Roadst Roadster,
er, Roadster, spoked wheals, ww tlret, low
mileage, $1495, SP4 Pri.it. 84 84-2152,
2152, 84-2152, during duty hour.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALEt -s ISSlTCblvreW
Brookwood, THoof, y paiirtioer,
ALL accessories. Priced fir under
bluebook value, 1930 model A.
Balboa 2-3347 house 719 B.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
vi. J' 11 1 1 't
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1954. 4
door sedan, automatic transmis transmission,
sion, transmission, radio, signal lights, mecha mechanically
nically mechanically perfect. Call Navy 2201
till 3 p.m. 3218 after 3 p.m.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: -l "58" Chevrolet
"Impels" 8,000 miles. Loaded.
Take small forreign car in trade.
For information phono 88-3296
after 3:30 p.m.
BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
FOR SALE: 1955 Dodce Core,
net.' four door sedan, five good
tires, excellent condition. Phone
3959.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1958 Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth sedan, like new. $1,925.
Phone 2-2744. 0599-A Bays no
Street, Ancon.
' BUY A VOLKSWAGEN
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EASIEST TERMS
TRADE INS
Big Cash ;, Discounts
Tel. 3-7348 3491X

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U a, FARMACIA EL BATURRO Farg no. Lefevre T street WA
COLpM Off ICE 1 15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. (

S3 FAKMACIA EL BATUKBO Faro.
Home Articles
FOR SALE: 1958 Automatic
washer "Norge", Walter Bryner.
Albrook 6285, after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE
Household furnishings and ef effects
fects effects of the lata Harry T, Hart
including all types of furniture,
tables, dressers, chiffoniers,
chairs, fi wooden liquor cabinet,
Chinese rugs, porch shades, sofa,
clocks, electric telochron, marine
and 400-day wglass dome,
linens, China, glassware, kit kitchen
chen kitchen tableware, kitchen utensils,
binoculars, ash trays, desk, elec electric
tric electric hot pad, electric iron, soap soap-stone
stone soap-stone plaques, table model radio,
lamps, bamboo shelves, Chinese
table, Frigidaire, 12 cu. ft., 60
cycle, dinette wfour chairs,
poker set, pistol, automatic, Colt,
25 caliber, etc. etc.
Such items are located In the
quarters of the decedent, 0273 0273-B,
B, 0273-B, Gamboa, Canal Zone, and may
be viewed from nine to twelve
noon, Saturday, December 13,
1 958 and nine, to twelve noon,
Saturday December 20, 1958.
Written bids may be submitted
either at the place of sale or by
mail to the administrator:
Robert A. Engclka,
CO W. I. Shoridan, it..
Balboa Heights, C. Z.,
On or before December 23, 1958.
Dated at Ancon, Canal Zono
December 8, 1 9 5 8.
FOR SALE: Largo Double door
mahogany Wardrobe with full
length Mirrors on each door. Can
bo seen at 241 -A Coco Solo or
Call 36-494.
POR SALE: Refrigerator, gai
stove and livingroom set. 17th
Street, Rio Abaio, House 2276-6.
FOR SALE: Bamboo table w6
chairs; 3 bamboo chairs, dresser,
kitchen table, couch wend ta tables,
bles, tables, Mixmaster. Roaster. House
247 1-D, Cocoli, after 4 p.m.
Phone 25-3184.
FOR SALE: Matching maho-.
gany Vanity and chest of draw
ers. Tel: 2-1591, 0926, Ama Amador
dor Amador Road.
FOR JALE: Horiiontal deep deep-'
' deep-' freeier, 9 cubie feet,. 60 tvde.'
$100.00. Phono, Balboa 2-3272,
0920; Amador Road.
FOR SALE: New Bell fr Howell
tape recorder model 775. New
Zenith Transoceanic, portable,
radio, phone Balboa 2384, after
3 p.m.
FOR SAL!: Hollywood double
bed; Serve! refrigerator; studio
couch. Call 2-3225 or Qtrs.
0763-H, Williamson Place.
. FOR SALES 6a stove, good
condition $15.00, see Gomes,'
Mote res 'livoll. i
FOR SALE: 4 p.e. Living room
et: sofa, 2 arm chairs with up upholstered
holstered upholstered seats, wooden, handles
and legs; small wooden table
with glass up. Like new. $90.00.
Call Panama 4-1330 after 5:30
p.m.
FOR SALE: Complete house of
furnishings, ceramics, 12 ft. re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, mahogany beds, im imported
ported imported China, crystals, Hi-Fi, TV,
paintings, rugs, stove, suitable
for any home, lamps, books,
bookcases, 5 sofas, 20 chair?,
breakfast set, 10 piece mahoga mahogany
ny mahogany dining room suite, 3 kitchen
cabinets, misc. items, wardrobe.
Call Mike McCafferty 3-0140.

The conflict between violent father -an
even more violent son.,, in
"GUNMAN'S WALK"
Released Tomorrow and Sunday
at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre

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Columbia Pictured "GUNMAN'S WALK," Btarrinf Van'
HEFLIN and Tab HUNTER and co-starrlnr Kathryn Grant
and James Darren, Is the story of A mad-aof killer, and of
his father who proved himself faster with a gun. "GUN
MAN'S WALK" released bejlnning tomorrow at the-"DRIVE-IN"
Theatre, scored with Its eye-poppint; action
and blisterlnr dramas A ClnemaScope-Technicolor produe
tion, "GUNMAN'S WAXK" is an excellent audlence pleaser.

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Miscellaneous
Sealed bids will be received at the
Navy Exchange Office, Bldg. No.
24 U. S. Naval Station, Redman,
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: 1 tingle Innerspring
mattress,, power, lawn mower,
large standing fan, never boon
used. Tel. 2-3022. after 6:00.
FOR SALE: Lionel O Gage, elec electric
tric electric train, 2 engines, 12 cart, 50
track switches, accessories, good
condition. $55.00, Apt. 0263-A,
Gamboa, phone 6-586.
FOR SALE: One 66"x88"
Woven Vicuna Rug. Peruvian
silver picture frames. All brand
new. Must be seen to be ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated. 41 Street, House No.
2-20, Panama.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Servel
Bar, for boat or patio. Excellent
condition. Works on A. C. or D.
C. current. Home Tivoli Guest
House.
FOR SALE: Lime Oak T. V.
Delux 21 inch, like new. Coco
Solo 36-722.
FOR SALE: Large 20 foot,
Deluxe, 60 cycle, up-right freei freei-er,
er, freei-er, excellent condition. Used lest
then one year, phone, Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 3293.
FOR SALE: Guitar. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4251.
FOR SALE) Small Upright
piano, ttandard key board, very
good condition and tone $375.
Dodge Kingtway sedan 1951,.
RCA, Hi-Fi player console power
tools. Gamboa 6-336, house
171-B.
FOR SALE: New 24" TV tube
RCA Silverama, 83-2127.
FOR SALE: 4-speed Therent
turntable. No. TD-124, with
gray tone arm, Pickering diamond
stereo cartridge. Brand new.
Voigtlander prominent 35 mm
camera, Fl ;5 lent, 100 mm tele
lens, with filters sunshade and
viewfinder.r Like stew. Phone,
Balboa 2-3069.
FOR. SALE: A Lionel train. In
good condition, Balboa 4480.
FOR SALE: 2 electric train tett,
complete. Full tixe pin ball ma machine,
chine, machine, good condition. Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1294, House 712-D, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Christmas trees in
all sixes en tale now. Choice se selection
lection selection of U.S. and European
Christmas treo ornaments. Also
Christmas decorations and lights
for hornet, stores, clubs and orga organisations.
nisations. organisations. American Supply Co.,
"J" St. No. 1306.
FOR SALE: 16 m.m. movie
camera, Victor, prime condition,
$30; G.E. wringer type washing
machine, new 60 cycle motor
$35; golf cadfdy-cart, Used twice
$25; wire, recorder, as is, $10;
model lir plane, gasoline motor- X
driven.' $10; call Balboa 6339.
FOR SALE: 4 pc. Rattan living living-room
room living-room set, quarterns r beds
with mattresses, 3 pc. Samtonite ?
Luggage, baby play table, high'
chair,41 tmall diningroom table,'
wooden dressdr, calf Balboa 2 2-3782,
3782, 2-3782, iitfilEZa
Advt.
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Real Estate

FOR SALE Lots 500 and 1.000
meters, In the Nueve Hipodrome
Urbanisation, across the Remoa
Racetrack. All loH with street
fronts, towage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBarnstt. -Tel.
3,257.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Beat, See Bebe. 15'
6'' long 76" Beam, Cabin, 35
HP Johnson, Controls, trailer.
Hull fiborglassed. Cabin, deck
and gunnels varnish and fiber fiberglass.
glass. fiberglass. Complete outfit for fish fishing,
ing, fishing, water eking or sporting. Pric Priced
ed Priced for quick sale, call 13-2127
after 4:00. Ots. 2151 Curundu.
Beautiful fiberglass 17 ft. cabin
crusier, fully equipped, 35 h.p.
lohnson motor, trailer and many
extras. All like1 new. Lest than
$1500, ABERNATHY, Panama.
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: New original crates
1 ton. air conditioner and Norge
washer and dryer. Stevenson 2 2-0629,
0629, 2-0629, Ext. 24.
Gives your family comfort for
Christmas. GIBSON AIR CON CONDITIONERS
DITIONERS CONDITIONERS from 4 h.p. up,
low amp., and regular units at
prices and terms to 'fit any bud budget.
get. budget. TROPELCO, S.A.
FOR SALE: Hobby Horse. 3 3-atrand
atrand 3-atrand Rattan couch, electric hair
dryer, all in excellent condition.
Phone 3-5396.
ON THE ROCKS
PHILADELPHIA- (UPI) There
was plenty of free whisky on the
rocics nere toaay.
A tractor trailer loaded with
barrels of cam whisky upset on
a bridge over the Schuylkill Riv
er, splitting many barrels and
blocking traffic! Firemen washed
away the spilled whisky with
hoses.

CHRISTMAS CARDS!
The greatest assortment in town V
MORRISON'S and LEWIS SERVICE
' ' .;.-' y Vv. -i ;
(Both across from ths old Ancon P.O.)
and 's.'
CASA ZALDO de CALlDQNIAij
, (Near Tivoli Theatre) V

SHOT'S

Tivoli Ave.
PANAMA
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Your Community Network YCN

: 840 Kilocycles
PANAMA
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Wanted eecretary. fluent In In ,'

glish typing, dictation, shorthand,
file organisation,, Appy Hacienda
Toledano, Cairo 29-Iste Ave Ave-c
c Ave-c nida Mexico, above Lindo tV Ma Ma-duro,
duro, Ma-duro, Tel, J-H04.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A": DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709 :
Dr. Antoine Raymonde' hat re- 1
centlyreturned from- Europe and
he it back again in his office
on Tivoli Avenue No. 18-106.
HUOSEWIVES! Call 3-2219 or
inquire at No. 33A26 7th Cen Central,
tral, Central, Panama and you will be sure
to get a good maid for your
home. .i : :
Domestic
ent
WANTED: Good cook, Avenl Avenl-nida.
nida. Avenl-nida. Manuel Ycasa No. 25. Ur Ur-banixacion
banixacion Ur-banixacion Campo Alagre.
WANTED: Maid to cook and
house work. 9080. S Street and
Roosevelt, Colon.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Three week old
puppies. Pure Bred Springer
Spaniel. Inquire 60-4647, 48th
Street, Bella Vista, Tal. 3-6936.
Motorcycles.
FOR SALE: Lambretta Scooter
6 h.p. 660 lbs. capacity with
aluminum compartment in the
back and protective canopy for
the driver. Call from 8 a.m.
4 p.m. 2-0690.
Small gold rosary, reward offer
ed, Balboa 2-1435, Balboa 2 2-1483.
1483. 2-1483. V '. v.;.
Green budgie birdnamed !"Topl
pie." owner can." Identify! Calif
Balboa 3444. reward.-
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Front Sfreet
COLON
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EVERY FRIDAY
from
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
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SERVICES.

. Protect your home and proper
ty against insct d a m a g e.
' Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
CAMERA REPAIRS. All makes,
all work guaranteed. Call NAT
ERS 103. Colon. 8057, 7th St.
WANTED
WANTED Piano in Very good
condition. Call 3-7594 after 2
p.m. Arosemena Family,
WANTED: Snare dram. Tele.
phone 2-1744. Balboa o
AVANTEDf-Yourig riifing horse,
mare or gelding, suitable for
tean-ager. Call Balboa 4436.
rus Governor
Reprieves Creeks

About To Hang
ulJi' Cyprus (UPI)-Gov.
Sir Hurt Foot dashed dramatical-

to repneve two Greek under'
Sround gunmen less than 10 min-
han8Oo0re'theyJ wer 1 10 have
hanged for murder.

i esi was Hearing the last

, onsiantin onsiantin-ides
ides onsiantin-ides and Yiannakis Athanassiou,

uuuuibh oeiore tney were
to mount, the '. scaffold, when
Foot s official limousine rolled in in-to
to in-to the prison yard.
"Your lives are spared," 1 the
governor told the condemned
men.
J,0Lh5d fSiected a last appeal
only Wednesday. !: But the execu execu-bve
bve execu-bve council met this morning and
exercised the royal prerogative.
Constantinides nd Athanassiou
killed a third Greek, Pantetis
Poyadjis, in July, presumably be-

laute Li if n nnnv.nanriai pav a

"de?rund considered him too

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Todays Opening
STOCK PRICES

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a full week of advance ha par.

riea. tne maustxial average into
recoro; high ground and utilitieg
to a new high for 28 yiars,
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issues and some blocks running
upward, from l.OOu shates.
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Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Gt West
Chrysler
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Coastal Caribe
Creole Pet
Crown Corp and Seal
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DuPont
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Felmont Pet
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Gen Elec
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Gen Plywood
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Hayden Newport
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8:00 Country Aiharlea
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On Maneuvers Here

Hi Exercise Banvan Tree,

- conducted in Panama by the unified Caribbean Command next Feb. 15-28, the De Department
partment Department of Defense announced yesterday.
The exercise will include Strategic Army Corps and Tactical Air Command
t(?XRAC) strike force elements from the U nited States among the more than 000
Army and Air-Force personnel and 140 A ir Force aircraft taking part.
TFor the first time In either an exercis e or actual operation, an airborne battle
fjrouV will be flown directly from the United States to an overseas area and execute
' sj, parachute assault against enemy forces on arrival.

Tbe' concept of the exercise Is
Based on rapid reinforcement of
(h. .commander-in-chief Caribbean
.vrxmm fnrosi are encased in com-
u.f?n. n Aesressor who has
mMw-a surprise penetration in the
McUriiy of Rio Hato, intent on
leiiimT the Panama Canal.
ivW Rids1y 0mmr. com
liiiiWler-in-ehief CribbMn, will
' nvt4vrall opwational eom eom-fnaral
fnaral eom-fnaral of all forces engaged in
''Exercise Banyan Tree while
- ihey ere in the Caribbean Cem Cem-vand
vand Cem-vand area.
iSTRAC forces In Banyan Tree
Will-be a reinforced airborne bat battle
tle battle Troup from the 82nd Airborne
' Division, Continental Army Com Command,
mand, Command, equipped with Honest John
TAc'forces, in addition to the
troop-carrier- airlift force of 75 C C-130
130 C-130 and C-123 aircraft, will con con-6?stof
6?stof con-6?stof a composite air strike force
element of F-100 tactical fighters,
GLU-MTC To Have
HAMcGonaughey
As .Special Guest
H. "A. McConaughey, former Ca Canal'
nal' Canal' Zone employe and labor lead leader,
er, leader, will be a special guest at a
Meeting of the Canal Zone Central
Lboij' Union-Metal Trades Coun Council.
cil. Council. 'AFL-CIO, Sunday morning at
8:30. .
The annual election of officers
will be conducted during the meet meet-tog,
tog, meet-tog, which will be held in the
meeting riom of the Industrial
Heigl. All delegates are urged
to attend.
McConaughey served the organi organi-tation
tation organi-tation in official positions during
his residence-en the Isthmus He
wig sresident from 1920 to 1935,
wage ahd Xrievance member from
1922 to 1935, and legislative repre representative
sentative representative from 1928 to 1932.
Veather Or Not
This weather report for tha 24
hours ending S a. m. today Is
prepwed r the Meteorological
and 'Hyd'ographlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
1 1.'
Balboa Cristobal
TEMtERATCRE:
t Hig ?2
tow T4
HUMIDITY:
High 3
w 60
WIND:
(max. mph) N-16
RAW' (inches) T
WAtER TEMP:
(iniwr harbors) 80
85
J8
100
79
N-18
ao
82
SATURDAY, DEC. 20
High
11:31 a.m.
11:56 p.m.
, Low
5:1 5a.m.
5:31 p.m.
bin
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XMAS DOUBLE
P ATTRACTION!
i-The epic saga of the men
j whose courage gave birth
t to the Golden state
Starring
BRIAN KEITH
RICK JASON
e RITA GAM
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A picture that guarantees
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B 57 bombers and KB -50 tanker
aircraft for inflight refueling, from
the th Air Force.
In keeping with the concept of
the exercise, and as part of Phase
1 and 2 of Banyan Tree, STRAC
and TAC will conduct a joint mo mobility
bility mobility training exercise in combat
deployment of Army and Air Force
strike forces from the United
Stated for reinforcement of U. S.
military commands overseas.
Phase 1 will bv the marshalling
of the STRAC reinforced airbone
battle group and the TAC C-130
and C-123 airlift aircraft at Pope
Air Force Base, North Carolina.
Phase 2 will b the air deploy deployment
ment deployment of the battle group to the
overseas drop zone at Rio Hato
and deployment of the TAC
fighter, bomber and refueling
force to bases in the Caribbean
and the Canal Zone for operation
in Panama.
Phase 3 will begin on D-Day,
Feb. 19, with air attacks against
the Aggressor in the airhead ob objective
jective objective airea, followed by the arriv arrival
al arrival of the airborne assault force
from the United States with the
paratroopers jumping at 7:30 p.m.
As Phase 3 progresses over three
day period, the C-123 assault air aircraft
craft aircraft will land troops and equip equipment
ment equipment at the Rio Hato airhead es established
tablished established by the Airbone Battle
Group.
The STRAC force joined by troop
from U.S. Army Caribbean will
attack out of the airhead and tac tactical
tical tactical air operations will be conti continued,
nued, continued, supporting the U.S. forces
in their drive to push the Aggres Aggressor
sor Aggressor off the Isthmus.
In a further exercise of tactic
al redeployment of forces, two,
rifle companies of the Airbone
Battle Croup will be picked up
from the airhead by C-130 troop
carriers during the third day of
combat and flown to Howard Air
Force Bate in fht" Canal Zone
for simulated emergency employ
ment elsewhere.
Phase 4 will be the marshall marshalling
ing marshalling and air movement of forces
from the Canal Zone back to the
United, States,,, During this phase
ill U.S. based Army troops will
receive jungle warfare training in indoctrination
doctrination indoctrination at Fort Kobbe, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by U.S. Army Caribbean.
Mai. Gen. Charles L Dasher
commanding general of U.S. Ar-
my Caribbean, has been named
Maneuver director for Phase 3 of

Togetherness Travels From Panama
To Balboa Jail Eyes Gamboa Pen

Two young men who roomed
together in Panama, and who
were jailmates in Balboa until
Wednesday awaitinst trial, will
become pen mates in Gamboa
soon if any one of three charges
of burglary against Steve Au Augustus
gustus Augustus William,, end In convic conviction.
tion. conviction. Williams, now 26, well known
in law enforcement circles as
the "Tivoli diamond ring bur burglar."
glar." burglar." The description fits a
crime he committed in 1951
and for which he served time
at Gamboa. He has not itn
at large very long.
He is now accused of having
stolen a purse containing cash
from a policeman's home in Ga Ga-vllan
vllan Ga-vllan Area, and clothing and
other stuff from another Gavl Gavl-lan
lan Gavl-lan Area home and one on Ca Cable
ble Cable Heights. He was wearing
some of the stolen goods when
caught.
Panamanian Williams will al also
so also be charged with returning to
the Canal Zone after deporta-tion.-
His roommate, Esteban Saave Saave-dra,
dra, Saave-dra, 17, Panamanian, was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced in U.S. District Court on
Wednesday to 18 months in
Gamboa pen for taking an elec electric
tric electric iron and several pairs of
pants from the maid's room of
a Balboa Heights house.
Saavedra is known as the
"maid's room burglar" because
he has been connected with a a-bout
bout a-bout eight crimes of this na nature.
ture. nature. Williams' theft of a woman's
$1500 diamond ring from a Tlv
oli Guest House occupant seven
years ago led law
enforcement
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iraininz exercise, win d
Banayan Tree by Gaither with
the mission of conducting ground
operations at Rio Hato. He will
have ooerational control of all Ar
my forces in the exercise during
this period.
During this phase, Ma. Gtni
Truman H. Landon, commanded
of the Caribbean Ar Command,
will have operational control of
all Air Fore forces in the area,
with the mission of directing tac tactical
tical tactical air operations against the
Aggressor.
In addition to the STRAC force,
the major Army Forces in the ex
ercise wil be the 1st Battle Group
of the 20th Infantry. U.S. Army
Caribbean, which will also provide'
the troops playing the Aggressor.
The Air Force forces, in addition
to TAC, will be from the Canb
bean Air Command at Albrook and
Howard Air Force Bases.
Military and civilian observers
from the United States and of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, including diplomatic repre representatives
sentatives representatives of Latin' American and
other foreign countries residing in
Panama, will be invited to attend
the exercise.
t
Duque, Bazan
Oppose Free Port
Al Tocumen Airport
Both the manager of the Co Colon
lon Colon Free Zone and Colon Assem Assemblyman
blyman Assemblyman Jose D. Bazan have voic voiced
ed voiced their opposition to a sugges suggestion
tion suggestion to convert Tocumen airport
into a free port. v
Free Zone manager Manuel E.
Duoue said the Plan would be
the economic "death, and .ruin
to colon." However, ne saia me
plan could be put Into effect if
the proposed free port fs tt be
run as a branch of th Free
Zone.
The plan was suggested re.
cently by a Fanagra official as a
means of Increasing Panama's
tourist trade,
Bazan said no such step
should be taken until the propos proposal
al proposal has been given proper and de.
tailed study. He said he feared
that the proposal would serious
ty affect the Colon Free Zone
and the economic rehabilitation
plans of Colon officials. t
officers Into an investigation
that sounded more like the
treasure-hunt game.
But the rlne. at last, was
found hanging carelessly on a
nail in the Panama firehouse
down by the big market.
By that tlm. the law had al
ready caught ud with Williams.
who said he had sold the ring

for about $1.50. To him it had 'tificatlon tags sent to the States,
appeared just like a piece ofj several were caught last year,

uuaumie jeweiry.
j ie man ne sola 11 TO was II-
nally located. But he in turn
had disposed of it as a trinket.
After It had been passed a a-round
round a-round a bit more, it came to rest
on a firehouse nail.
Reckless Driving
Nets American f
Fine Of $50 w
A fine of $50 for driving a
half-ton truck with reckless dis
regard for life and property was
imposea in jsaiDoa Magistrate's
Court today on Ezra Smith, 42,
an American resident of Ancon.
Smith is a locomotive operator.
He was driving the truck along
Gaillard Highway near Paralso
at :is p.m. last Sunday when
he lost control of it. The truck
left the road near the Paraiso
Hill water tank and careened
down the embankment for 250
leet cerore crasnmg into a
ditch.
Damage to the truck was light,
but Smith was taken to Gorgas
with a cut face, bruises 'and
other minor injuries.

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BARBARA HOPKINS singing "I Got The Chicken Pox For Christmas" while Elizabeth
Fennel Joan Ammirati, Susan 'Trim and .Marsha Sutherland look on. These girls are students
of the Dorese Waltes School of Dancing and will appear at the Balboa Theater at 10 a.m. to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow on the Boy Scout's "Christmas Good Cheer" benefit show. The price of admission to
the theater is an article of foodstuff, which, will later be distributed among the orphans of

Panama.. .':..

Merrill Lynch Poll Lists Top Events
In American Business News For 1958

NEW YORK,
Dec. 19 (UPI) (UPI)-bull
bull (UPI)-bull market has
Wn voted the too business news
event of 1958 by the managers of
the 126 offices o' Merrill i,yncn,
Pierce, Fennef and Smith, winth winth-ro
ro winth-ro pH. Smith- directing partner,
announced today.
The Poll, conducted by the
Merrill Lynch bi-montly paga-
zine. Investor's Reader, was taK-
en before yesterday's dramatic
proposal by Amancan leiapnone
and Telegrapn. co. oirecwia u
Local Fishermen Aid
US Study Habits
Oi Migratory Gulls
Flshernien out making catches
in Panama Bay have also been
bringing in something) oesia
seafood. Now and again, they
catch a sea gull with a steel
Identification band on Its leg.
vAt the'quest of Jose A. Alvft Alvft-rado,
rado, Alvft-rado, superintendent at the na national
tional national Fisheries Cooperative near
paitilla Point, the fishermen re re-move
move re-move the bands from thtr birds
legs and let them fly back to sea.
Alvarado collects the identifi identification
cation identification bands and sends them to
the address each one carries. In
this way, he is cooperating with
agencies of the Fish and Wildlife
Service of the U.S. Dept. of the
interior. The American agency is
making constant studies of the
routes of migrating Diras, to
learn tneir ieeaing xiuu
other data.
This year, seven or eight
banded gulls have been caught
I in Panama Bav and their iden
tO0i ana sent to wasnington,
Youth Arraigned
For Burglarising
Army Toolshed
probable cause was found in
Balboa Magistrate's Court this
mornine in a hearing for an
iR-vear-old vouth from Arrai
Ian. Rafael Rangel was bound
over for trial in U.S. District
Court ori a charge of burglar
izing a toolshed on the Army's
Empire gun range.
The stolen property Involved
several Items, including macne macne-tes,
tes, macne-tes, and canvas for making
targets Some of it was recov
ered at Ami jam.
The property was stolen from
the range toolshed on the west
bank of the Canal about June
9.
Two other young men were
reportedly involved in Its dis
aDDearance. i
Ball for Rangel was set at
$200, but up until noon it had
not been posted.

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split the stock and hike the divid
end. .,
A Mernll Lynch spokesman said
this event undoubtedly would have
ranked high in the. poll.
On the bull market smith said
what surprised many of the of
fice managers was the vigor Vof
the rise, which so far has man
aged to shake off even the custo
mary technical reactions, wners
in the listing of top 10 business
stories were:
"Rapid recover- from the
shortest;, but steepest postwar re
cession! 1 ' 1
"The Federal Reserve's early
return io tignter money poucies:
"Weakness In the bona mar
ket spearheaded by this summer's
collapse in governments..
"Continued high rices and
the outlook for more of the same
promoting widespread inflation psy
chology; 1
, "Marein reauirements hiked
frnm SO tit M M cent.
. "Record peacetime spending
and a record peacetime deficit.
-"Small cart hog the 1358
highway- bringing joy to Amen,
can Motors and importers in- oth otherwise
erwise otherwise disappointing auto year.
. "Stock market volume soars
to a 28-year'high;
Prof. Baxter Gives
Accounting Lectures
For Zone
A-series of two-hour lectures on
accounting theory, sponsored 'by
the Office of the Comptroller will
be started Tuesday by Prof. Wil William
liam William T. Baxter, of the London
School of Economics, in the Train
ing Center on Corozo street.
Part nf the in-service trainm:
nmeram. the lecture series will
bee attended primarily by em
ployes of the Office of the Comp
trnller. Other buVeaus of the com
pany and government as well as
the Army, Navy and Air Force
have been invited to designate
emnlove to attend.
The classes have been divided
into two groups. Baxter will give
two lectures each day from Dec.
23 through Jan. 5 except Sunday's
Christmas and New Year s Day.
Baxter, is exDected to arrive in
Cristobal .Monday1 from New York
aooaro tne ranama nner Ancon
by his wife and son. He Is pro
fessor of accouting in the London
School of Economics and present presently
ly presently is a visting professor at Colum Columbia
bia Columbia University.
He was born in Grimbsy, Eng
land, is a graduate of the Universi University
ty University of Edinburgh, and attended the
University of Pennsylvania and
Harvard University on a Harkness
Commonwealth Fellowship.
He is a member of the Institute
of Chartered Accountants of Scot
land, is the author of several bocks
and articles On accouting and was
euitor oi btumes in Accounting in
London in 1948. He has also held
the post of lecturer in accouting
in-the University of Edinburg and
of professor of accounting in tne
w.. :a ry i m i,. -.
university -in apie iowd.
BY WALT SCOTT

.
"Farmers add to income and
surpluses as they, prepare for ni
try. at fewer controls with lower
supports."
Cristobal Employes
Volunteer Blood
For Fellow Worker
Seven employes of the Naviga
tion Division in Cristobal came to
the aid of a fellow workman this
week when they volunteered to
donate flood for Cecil G. Meyers
a veteran employe of th Marin
Bureau. i
The men offered! to act as blood
donors when they learned that
Meyers needed blood donations
before he could undergo surgery
at iiorgas Hospital, :
Those who reoorted at Coco So
lo Hospital this week for the blood
donations were Elwyn Jones, Hen
ry Madeam, Alfred F. -Smith. Fer
nandoDuffus, Justo Vargas, Otto
U ijuarless and Hubert V. Hutch
inson.
. Meyers, a boatswain who has
been employed by. the Navigation
Division on the Atlantic side since
1927, underwent surgery yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. His condition was reported
as good this morning. 1
Stanley George Grizzle, 32,
Panamanian, drew the stiff est
punishment meted out in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court today -fivedays.in
jail for vagrancy.,
He was found in the VFW park parking
ing parking lot in Ancon.
Joseph Augustus Watley, 5u,
Panamanian, a bus driver who
f flowed too closely, was fined
$20.
A fine of $15 was given an another
other another bus driver, Joshua Cor Cornelius
nelius Cornelius Mason, 65, Jamaican,
who moved his bus on the road
without making : sure it could
be done safely.
Aura Ijneida Qulros, 28, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, who trespassed in the
Balboa commissary annex, was
fined $10.
Valentine Scothbut Reid, 49
Panamanian, who was driving
with a piece of tin in the left
wing window of his car, was
fined $5.
Trespassing in the Curundu
Dump area brought $5 fines a a-piecetfor
piecetfor a-piecetfor Eric John Alexander,
30, and Luis Montalvo Espino Espino-sa,
sa, Espino-sa, 18, both Panamanians. :
Francisco Misruez. 54. Pana
manian, was convicted of driv
i"K a wuck mat lacked a wind windshield
shield windshield sticker,. but imposition of
sentence was suspended,
Cops Give Clothing
To Sharp-eyed Kid
Who Solved Theli
An eight-year-old Panama
lad, whose sharp eyes helped
Panama and Canal. Zone detec detectives
tives detectives to solve the theft of a
Christmas package, received a
box of clothing this week from
Balboa detectives.
The stolen Christmas package
was i a man's -ahirt all fancy
wrapped as a gift. So far, it is
th only Christmas theft renort
ed on the Pacific side.
It disappeared y from, a Cable
Heights home.
Later, the sharp-eyed boy saw
a man discarding the Christmas
wrappings. in Panama, The lad
reported wnat ne had seen,
Serafln Guerrero. 29. Panama
nian, is now in Balboa jail a-
waitlng trial lor the burglary. ;

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MdMeaifCbldiWar- Break

. .. v su.xt AIUVf-lCAU OlllVIKIS Hill WN
day Soviet deputy premier Anastas I. Mikoyan'a Tlslt to Washingv

ma m vieh i luc Dcrun crisis taa ovner
Cold War Issues. . i
- They said there was evidence to suggest that Mikcyan'may'
be entrusted with the mission of trying to arrange a face-to-fae
meeting between Premier Nikit Khrnshchev and President
Elsenhower to talk over major East-West disputes. , :
.Khrushchev has expressed informally his desire to visit Wash,
ington and talk with Eisenhower. U.S. officials said he mav be
more anxious than; ever now that the 15 NATO nations at their
Paris meeting solidly rejected his demand that Britain Frane
and the United State get out of West Berlin by June jfc

Some officials here are 'eonvinc
ed the Russian premier finds
himself committed more deeply
on the Berlin issue than he hao
intended and facad with an un unyielding
yielding unyielding Western front in which
he was unable to develop, any
cracks. -
They think he may be, seek seeking
ing seeking soma face-saving way out
f the deadlock ... and Mikoyan
may bt the advance agent to
arrange It. t
.. Stato npnartmont Afftriflla anlH
the Russians -gave no real clue
to tne purpose oi Mikoyan's vis visit
it visit when they asked Wednesday
for a visa fo- him.J
Meanwhile in Paris," NATO su
preme commander Gen. Launs
M. Norstad warned the Soviets
that they face the risk of "total
annihilation'' by the West's nu
clear oecerrent u tney commit
aggression in Europe. 1
"There must be absolutely ne
misunderttanding about the de determination
termination determination of this ( alliance to
use nuclear Weapons in case of
agaresslon." he declared.
Norstad delivered this warning
in an address to the assembly of
the seven-nation West European
Union alliance whose members
are Britain. France.; West, Germa
ny, Italy, Belgium, .Netherlands
and Luxembourg,
In delivering it, he pointed up
a similar threat given by the
council of the North Atlantic al
liance last night in a closing
communique at the end of its
three-dav Paris session. J.
Mikoyan is an old line Bolshe Bolshevik
vik Bolshevik who. became the Soviet Ui
nion's chief expert on internation international1,
al1, international1, .trade. ; .-
He is also a close friend of
Khrushchev, a member of the So Soviet
viet Soviet Presidium, and a staunch ad advocate
vocate advocate of increased trade between
the United States and Russia.
. He will be one of the highest
ranking Soviet fleUli fovlslt
the United State since World
War II.
White said the Soviet foreign
ministry asked the U.S. Embassy
in Moscow for a visa for Miko Mikoyan
yan Mikoyan so-that he could come to
Washingtin to be the guest of .So .Soviet
viet .Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Menshi Menshi-kov.
kov. Menshi-kov. The Ministry said Mikoyan in intended
tended intended to come to the United
States at the beginning of Janua January
ry January and stay about two weeks. It
did not state any specific purpose
for the visit. A spokesman for the
Soviet Embassy here said he
knew nothing about the trip.
White said Mikoyan would be
given a visa of a type ordinarily
granted diplomat "visiting the
United States temporarily for un unofficial
official unofficial purposes.'
He said no plans had been made
as yet for any conferences be between
tween between Mikoyan and -high Ameri American
can American officials because the Soviet
official had not requested such
talks..
But White said ha was sure
i Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles and other American offi officials
cials officials would agree to confer
with Mikoyan1 if ha so desired.
White noted that Mikoyan, 'as
deputy chairman of the Soviet
Council of Ministers, presumably
will want to pay the costomaryt
courtesy calls on appropriate A A-merican
merican A-merican officials. He has followed
that procedure in other countries
he has visited.
In any contacts with. U.S.
officials, .Mikoyan was expected
, te ret for his pat objective
Increased trade bteween the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union and the United
States.
Under the terms of his visa,
Mikoyan will be barred from re restricted
stricted restricted areas as are all other So-
EASIER TO GET PAPERS
"
LONDON (UPI) Moscow ra radio
dio radio said yesterday some Sovie ci citizens
tizens citizens would find it easier to get
their morning newspapers.". A
broadcast said newspaipers would
be sold on trains, trolleys and
busses in Moscow and three other
cities. Heretofore, newspapers
could be purchased only at news newsstands,
stands, newsstands, i.r

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viet officials unless they have spe special
cial special State Department permission.
wiu ne me second visit to, :
he United States for the.63.year-
ld Mikoyan.
' He fame to this country in 193$ i
as a member? jtf a. ttl. j.i...
tion and had some complimentary
comments to make about wht
he saw.
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