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PANAMA, R. P SATURDAY, DECEMBER M, 1958
, Former President Dr' Arnulfo
Arias yesterday broke his long
elf --Imposed silence to describe
the National Guard as "a can can-1
1 can-1 eer." He held a press conference
in his home. ., .
However, after-a pause he said
i he was not? talking about ithe
troops and the conscientious of.
fleers but about the chiefs and a
tmai; group of officers,
' Arias, who returned to Pan
imi last Thursday after a stay
f several months In Argenti Argentina,
na, Argentina, also hinted broadly that he
N will again make a bid for the
presidency from which he wa
; Aegarding the Apolitical rights
of which he was. divested In 1951
by the National Assembly fol following
lowing following his second overthrow;
Arias said he had not thought of
asking the National "Assembly
to restore them, adding;
- It will come. God is great. 4
Ho We ver, Arias- sidestepped!
questions as to whether he in intends
tends intends to run for office again
or if he will support someone
else. "We will cross that bridge
when we jet to it," he said.
Arias opened the press confer,
ence,-which was also attended
by a large group of his follow followers,
ers, followers, with a ', statement which
1 T am here f eadyv lit ever1, to
give the country every construc constructs
ts constructs effort; that' mavbe?neces-'
eary tolifnt from the depths in
wiff sfncerely welcorHe all
atrl6tle, honest ana weu-mten-I-.iioned
elements who- ,want to
pjoin our continued aopfcett lor
better Panama Sy
W want to state eleariy-th&t
mo are not involved in any per-
' nonaiist -move ment. We are
pledged only with" God and
Country, asjwe have said before.
...Much' water will run under
the bridge before a aennite poli political
tical political soluon Is arrived at.., ;
. s We'ffl ocntlnue to he Inter
ested m the development of po
litical'-events, aitnougn an irre irresponsible
sponsible irresponsible group momentarily has
deprived us -, apparently of
- But, they will never deprive
me of my patriotism. I shall
( continue v. struggling., for my
' people, to raise the cultural
and spiritual level of Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians and to cooperate to towards
wards towards establishing Institutions
h which' will recover for us the
- respect of other nations.
, "I want to reiterate that I will
alwavs 5 be readv to continue
struggling? for the achievement
01 the aspirations -;(oi tnemen
and women -of our country). ,-.
-We -1mustfbe' optimistic and we
must not falter, Panama, despite
. her present ills, will becomes a
'! vain America's little golden cup,
. if God and our people so deter-
mne wnjaitn ana tenacity."
'- PLAY SUlTi-Chlncse beauty'
Chen Ling models a sack play
' suit in London. The' oriental
' i print suit has elastic bands at
' wy ana owonuf (
Local; 907: Again- Prof esfs,
'Area : Of Recruitment' Pay
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local 907 has again objected oubliclv to the "area of recruit
ment", basis for setting Canal Zone salary levels, and has declar declared
ed declared its aim to be a single salary table for the Canal Zone, based
substantially on Stateside pay rates for equivalent Jobs., -In
Its December bulletin the union, which has previously
protested the proposed method of implementing the Single Wage
Law, declares: t , 1-
"None of the, commercial enterprises operating fat the ter
mlnal cities, Panama and Colon, can rirhtly. be compared with
the operations ef the Panama
ernment. ". r i1- -- t
' "And one cannot compare
of the United States with those paid by the government of Pan Panama."
ama." Panama." S, i t' i
The bulletin continues: ; -The
first country has a year
ly budget of many billion dol dollars,;
lars,; dollars,; while the second has a
yearly budget of a few millions.:
"By the same token it would
not be fair to demand that a
second-rate store pay salaries
similar to those paid by a
"Th UJS. Government is our
employer and as such our em employer
ployer employer has salary scales for UJ3.
ciuzens. it is lust ana iau mat
these salaries be paid to Pana
manians, since Panama and u.s.
have already agreed that, there
will be equality of treatment for
citizens of both countries in the
The bulletin eoes on to Eive
the Local 907 opinion on Army
and Air Force local-rate credit
unions, and on a couple' of in
stances of desegregation on the
f We have observed with satis
faction that a Credit Union will
be established for local rate em.
ployes of both Army -and i Air
Force activities stationed in the
"Local 907 supports this idea
100. Usurers have exploited
us long enough, The habit f
saving, 'small' sacrifice to a a-told
told a-told 'big sacrifice will prove
highly beneficial to all of us.
For lis Rcfocalioir s
one of the bir tanks of the Bal
boa, tank farm was completed by
the Maintenance Division this
week in an unusual processinot
uniuce trie peeling of a banana.
Each "peeliflgwelghed aboutcSO
tons." '-; 1 r ' 1
The tank," Which holds 1,000
barrels of oil, was encased in a
reinforced concrete walL This
had ,to be removed before the
tank scheduled : for ; relocation'
because of the' Balboa bridge
work could be moved to its new
Recognizing that the Job
would have- required a ,. lot of
work If done bv air hammer nr
other routine methods of breakKfclowever, this year no organlza-
ing up neavuy reinforced i con
crete, carl 1. Browne, Acting
Maintenance Engineer, and Ray
Caldwell,. General Forman.- de devised
vised devised the wholly new sch?m.
xne plan consisted essentially
In cutting 4'! channels partially
through the wall, cuttingjthe re reinforcing
inforcing reinforcing steel, hitching a bull bulldozer
dozer bulldozer to the individual slabs and
pulling them over in a peeling
process wnicrt eventually .bared
the' 'tank' for moving.
The reinforced concrete walls
around many of the tanks used
for gasoline storage were placed
Just befote' World War n-as ,a
protective, measure : against pos-
sioie iragmeniation Domomg.
The enclosures, called splinter-
proofing, were designed to" pro
tect; me ramus irom puncture oy
fragmentation bombs, except di direct
rect direct hits E Fortunately, the pro protection
tection protection devices were never test tested
ed tested in actuality and not even a
pop gun went oil near thern
nisiB nr'is nt'nT k watlnnal GnaM mechanic looks over
turned over Thursday while,
the 18 girls was more than just
Vthe overloaded chlva was traveling too fast when
Canal Company Canal Zone gov
salaries paid by the Government
Local 907 Is pleased with
changes at Gorgas outpatient
clinic. Dr. Milton Elsenhower was
instrumental in bringing about
"The elimination of segrega
tlon was one of the points pre
sented by Local 907 to Dr. Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower during his fact-finding
mission 'this year. Local
907 officers complained of
Gorgas out patient clinic hav having
ing having separate sections for U.S.
and non-U.S. employes. This
situation .has been changed
with a new appointment sys system
tem system and only one waiting room
"A similar change took place
at the Navy Exchange Canteen
in Rodman. There Were two
separate entrances at this place.
Today there is only one hall for
ootn. UJ3 'ana non-u.s,
"We are proud of this im improvement
provement improvement as this proves to all
our fellow workers that respec respectable
table respectable and firm presentation of
our problems Is the way to solve
Injustices' of. which we com complain."
plain." complain." Sanla Gels Assist
In Leller Reading
WAONTtfPli''' T tie
Washington Post Office's dead let'
mt otiice- aaa nnstmas pro&-
At usual, fhoussiids ft tettefs
addressed to San Claus were
"But something had gont terrib terribly
ly terribly wrong. .,
Every othef, year ono volunteer
oraanization or. another had come
forward to do the job that busy
Fost Office clerks had no time
tor dot Read the letters..
Members of the enrganlratlons
would spend hours reading letter
after letter in sesren of ones from
needy children. The- organizations
then,maie certain that those Chu.'
Wren's Christmas days were far
nemer than tney ordlnaruy
Would nave Deen.
tlon seemed interested.
The flurry and sparkle of the
holiday season filled the city.
Shonpers hustled down the rich
streets in the shadows cast by
the- marble government buildings,
quickly, the letters never would
pile1 of sacks crammed witfr let letters
ters letters that began with" the scrawled
words "Dear Santa." 1 A 'V
, "Unless something were done
otiickly. ; the leters never would
be read. The Post Office would
Duni tnem aiter tnnstmas, --
Clien Wednesday k happened
A srmin of Pentatnm naval of
ficers volunteered to do the lob.
They would read the letters. They
would investigate apparently
needy cases. They would distnD distnD-ute
ute distnD-ute clothing and toys in time fox
Santa ClaUs bad come through
1 after alL ,
carrying ,18 Panama City high
snajcen up ana ner injuries were saia to do sugm. i-ouce saia
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NOT PABL.BftNTAlt; hut probably the. biggest Santa '9aus on
ed by the Armament Section of the UJ5. Army Caribbean School
close to 40' feet high, Jt
Thm r,hristmas decorations
put up this year in the wards,
and muhlie rooma : tt 01
gas Hospltaii 'WUi. oe seiecwo
Monday morning by a igroupt Of
prominent. Judges, : .1,
J Th erniin- asked to: msnect Jand
win' tha'. winhinr exhibits, "wilt!
include-; Mrs.- w. r.. rouer, wu
of the Governor ;ot ; tne uenai
Zone; MM. Kidgely Gaither,
wife of the commander-in-chief of
the Caribbean Command; Mrs.
Charles L. Dashers wife of the
commanding generat of the U.S.
Army Caribbean; Mrs. Truman
H. Landon, wife of tbecomman tbecomman-der
der tbecomman-der of the Caribbean Air Com Command:
mand: Command: Mrs, Georee H. Wales,
wife of the "commandant of the
the wreckage of a chlva which
school girl student. Only, one of
injuries were said, to be slight. Police said
iVtwerved out -d -control and turned, over
.;; ..'," : '." ''"...,; -.' ''!', ;'
15th Naval District;- anil Mrs. Ju Julian
lian Julian Harrington, wife of the U.S.
Ambassador to Panama.
. The, group will, make a tour of
Inspection, visiting the" OB and
Gyn building, the chest building
and all occupied wards accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by 61. u Thorns 9 'G. Faison,
director of Gorgas Hospital; Maj.
Robert Hughes, Gorgas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital training officer; Miss Esther
Garrett, Red Cross director at
Gorgas; Miss Beatrice' Simonij,
chief nurse; Mrs. Rita Gribbons,
assistant chief nurse and a group
pt Gray Ladies. 5
. decoration i the hospital build buildings
ings buildings with? yuletide -scenes and
trimmings" ha been done by .ths
nurses, patientsv members of the
Red Cross and the Gray Ladies.
The: work was coordinated ;; by
Miss Garrett. ";- :.;v'.
Final results of the fudrins
will be" made public short after
the tour of Inspection and awards
will be made to the-winnin g
wards and tud clinics.
The Christmas dec6ratfcn con
test, which has become an an
nual, affairs, is only one of the
many events scheduled for I the
patients and personnel of Gorgas
Hospital during tne 'holidays
For the past week- there ;have
been Christmas parties, carol
singing,, musical, programs,' and
special Christmas movies includ included
ed included on the recreation schedule,'
There will be Christmas music
programs Sunday by the iKing
Harmony Trio from Gamboa. and
songs by the La Boca Chorus un under;
der; under; the direction? of Miss Emily
Butcher. Other events scheduled
for Christmas week include ca carols
rols carols Monday- night it I o'clock
by the Gamboi Singing Teeners:
a Christmas visit by. members of
Post No. 7 of the American Le Legion
gion Legion Auxiliary at 8 p.m. Tuesday
and, carols at 6:S0! by ; the fort
Kobbe Chapel Choir,' 'Lr
.-i Ht-U'..'.(',:' '".v y;'x"
On Christmas eve', Santa Claus
will visit the Hospital at o' o'-carols
carols o'-carols will be sung by the Parai Parai-so
so Parai-so Fine Arts Chorus: 0 and a
Cbristmsi party will begin ( at
Distribution b?" iiftsc wilt'i.belcoolDay O w and "Christmas
'held-at ia o'clock Catlitnai BocrW-vrr.r --jfv
1 '.. -. "..!. ,: :-r ---v ";,.:r. .v .;:v ;:.)- v.v
the Isthmus. Santa was erect
at Fort Gullck. Santa stands
morning and a Christmas enen
house will start at 2 o'clock ; in
the afternoon. Movies will be
shown at night.
Aw y & 4
JEATURED VOCALIST Mrs.
anet Holsberger will be fea featured
tured featured vocalist at the Fort Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe 6 e r v I c e Club's annual
"White.Christmas Party' to be
held tonight. (US. Army
The' sixth annual ''White Christ-
ms Show'f will be staged at Fort
Kobbe Service Club on Saturday
Servicemen, their families and
guests will be entertained by a
variety of talent on this occasion.
Violin soloist Teodoro Tirelli will
open the proeram witlK renditions
of "Joy of Love V 4The Old Fe-
lowing him will be Eduardo Char-
pentier with flute solos of Schoen
Rosmarin",;' VValse Bluette"- and
Pianist Hans Janowitz will play
"Waltz in E Minor", "Night in
Vienna"; "Malaguena and "Ri "Ritual
tual "Ritual Fire Dance', Mrs. Janet Hols Hols-bergeri
bergeri Hols-bergeri wife of CS1 Fred Holsber
ger who is stationed at Summit
Radio Station, wilt be the featurd
vocalist. She will be accompanied
by Janowitz iq "What a Night for
Singing" and. 'Temptation". ;
v For boo fans the Gav Crooners
will be featured, j Their numbers
will include "Maggie", "Daddy
Cool, Day O' and "Christmas
fwyw W ammmmmm
Luce AutomoDile c
i Headlight' Safs 1
CAMBRIDGE. Moss.: Dec.
the Smithsonian Astrophysical
oiea visual ngnnnq reports or America s 4 Ka-ton Atlas
satellite from arourd the world.'
Optical siahtiias were reoorted ta tha flhprvnfnn
from strategically located Operation Moonwatch stations
tor computation ot orbit and a study of the huge satel- :
lite s hehavior in spqee. f j
Early visual sightings were feportea from Texas
Capetown, South Africa, and. Woomera, Australia. t
. The observatory also had received radio tracking re-'
ports horn California, New York State, Florida, Massa Massachusetts,
chusetts, Massachusetts, Chile nnf Japan.
However; Smithsonian assembles only optical sight
A Moonwatch observer at Dal
las, Tex., reported seeing the At Atlas
las Atlas at 7:25.20 pjtn." yesterday.1 ..
The observer said the sky was
cloudy but he was able to see
' the Atlas? which looked "qnite'
-bright,- lika, an automobile
A' Swatch, observer report-
ea seeing tne new satellite at
McAllen, Tex at 1:23 p.m. yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, J. s-y
Ari unofficial observation from
Big Spring, Tex., described the
"speaking moon" as appearing
"steady white" in 'the-Sky,
From the Moonwatch ; station
In Capetown, an observer report,
ed a gightinrat 8:00.11 t.m. ves
terday. He said the Atlas flash
ed in view for 55 seconds, alter alternating
nating alternating In brightness at four-sec,
'59 Favorable Year
For Vorkingman Vorkingman-Sccrelary
Sccrelary Vorkingman-Sccrelary Of Labor
Secretary of Labor James P,
Mitchell believes 1959 wiQ be a
"very favorable year for the
Mitchell predicted continued
high earnings and a stable price
level during the next 12 months
He made tne comments on a ra
dio program last night.
The Secretary said umemDloy
ment might rise in Janauary and
February from the 3.833.000 re
ported for Noevember because of
the seasonal increase in jobless
figures when cold weather pre
vents outdoor work. Jobs also
would increase next year, per
haps to record-breaking levels;
"the cost of livine seems to have
levelled Off," he said. "The rise
in the early part of this year
seems to nave been halted and
the outlook is for a very stable
Stands Bv Ruling
On Jel Plane Crews
.... i a'
WASHINGTON, Dec.-20 (UPD-
(CAB) said today it Is standing
oy its present rule that Jet air airliners
liners airliners should have two pilots and
a flight engineer for 4 minimum
saieiy, ; ,i
I ;, ft
CAB Chairman James R. Dur-
fee outlined the board's position
on the "third v man" dispute be
tween pilots and engineers unions
in a telegram to Gov. Leoy Col
lins of Florida.
The engineers struck Eastern
Airlines last Nov. 24 partly over
tneir aemana mat tne. oiiru man
in the jet cockpit be a flight en engineer.
gineer. engineer. Eastern, following recom recommendations
mendations recommendations of a v White : House -mergency
board, wanted to have
11 three men qualified pilots. ;'i
' '' ''KnXty
Collins asked the federal; gov
mum .o.uaJjsUons lor transportj
icrtwi r(i-''(!,.w ,-)-.
ernment on Dec, 12 to set mini-
20 fUPH TeehnTclflM of
Observatory today assem-
lifer llev Year f
1W WIM MllUUliaUii f,fVi-
AVI ahm fS YS,t
day.. Federal emnlAwif wr mt,
ting us calendars and for 1959
inwinamm riven u uiai inm
new calendars have- been "Barto- 1 1'
nized." .4," I n
For the first time anyone now V
on active duty can remember
the usual calandar put out by
the Supply Division does not
show three months at a tune. It 1
shows only one.
This, the scissor wielders say,
may sound like an economy. But
as a result, every office orders
three instead of one.
The scissors snippers yesterday
were cutting and pasting the ea
lendars so they can see three
months at a glance with tha ;
current month., in the middle
same as always. ;y
Some offices Will use the, bulle bulletin
tin bulletin board, others have special
Youthful Stowaway 1
Relurnx Home After
A young Colombian stowaway
made a smart about-turn tot
home In the Panama Canal yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Fifteen-year-old Rodolfo Hinca
pie, whose home is in-Buenaven-tura,
stowed away aboard tha
Ciudad de Santa Marta when sh
passed through his home port.
He was taken to Punteranss,'
Costa Rica, and back to Panama.
Yesterday, without going ashore,1
he wa transferred from the Ciu Ciudad
dad Ciudad de Santa Marta to her sister
ship the 0udad .de Barranquilla,
whose immediate destination is
USE NSTU. ZONE.
AToid the Last Minute
Bustt Be Sure Your
K pu'istmas Cards and
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READ OUR ADS ;
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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
T. Mail Isx h an M forum tor rasasrt of The Panama America.
Utters art ncsivsd gratefully ait aro kandlsa is wholly cbnfidsntial
If contrikirts a latter don't so Impatisnr if It doesn't appear ths
next day. Letters aro published in ths ordtr rtcsivtd.
riease try to keep ths letters limitsd to ons Ms lanth.
Idsnrrry of IsHsr writers is hsld in strictott confidsncs.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinion
expressed in Isttsrs from readan.
-TH'E MAIL BOX
' LEAVE AND COFFEE BREAKS
' The general manager of the commissary division would do
well to have someone look at the dry goods wholesale section at
Mt Hope. Rightly or wrongly, the Local Raters have the im impression
pression impression that they are not welcome to the same coffee break as
the VS. Raters take. There are also some misunderstandings
about leave. Local Raters, who like to plan their vacations in
the light of .their family circumstances, school vacations and so
on just as US. Raters do, feel they are being obliged to take
their leave when they are told to, regardless of these personal
considerations. Whether they are correct in this assumption or
not, it is not doing anything for their morale.
LAND LEASE CHRISTMAS
The char, 'able response from a number of your Canal Zone read readers
ers readers has alreaoy assured some degree of Christmas attention for some
needv Land Lease families here on the Pacific Side.
Persons or organizations may still contribute anything from old
clothing to a package of rice by contacting Dal Heilman, Canal Zone
bush patrolman or Dick Williams, sanitation inspector.
Contributors should receive an extra feeling of satisfaction in
knowing that they are providing joy and badly needed relief to some someone
one someone in their own backyard. ..
It has been properly stated that one can please every one part
of the time but one can never please everyone all the time.
With a mature oDservancc of the situation in the Panama Area,
including the Canal Zone, it is believed by our firm that as a business
enterprise m Panama we can not reasonably complain about bus bus-mess
mess bus-mess activities conducted in the Canal Zone until we have in being,
and have demonstrated our ability to provide, services for equal or
lower prices ana with quality equal to or better than those perform performed
ed performed in the Zone. .
Rome was not built in a day, neither can a really top notch ser service
vice service organization build its copability or its reputation for integrity and
quality in a day or a year. u
In the military services there is an old axim that says "He who
gripes about the chow is a candidate for mess officer."
So this is an invitation to "Gypped". (Mail Box, Dec. 16), to
start immediately as our service manager, at good pay, with a mu mutual
tual mutual hope that the service can be improved and that "Gypped" does
not get accused of being a robber withim the first three months on
the job. Let "Gypped" come over and get acquainted in Panama.
He'll be surprised at the good he finds."
v Telerad, 8.A.
BEER AND BALLING
t visv rrPived the following letter from George M. -Shay,
manager of the international division of the Joi.Schlltz Brew Brewing
ing Brewing Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; r
"We certainly appreciate your interest in the tale or Amer American
ican American beer in Panama and the Canal Zone, We were happy to
have your letter as it gave us an opportunity to -once-more pro protest
test protest the exorbitant import duty on American beer Imposed by
the government of Panama. rr ... ,
"We have checked again also with government officials re regarding
garding regarding the sale of American beer In the Canal Zone. They
have assured us that no Americans are forced to buy foreign
beers and that Schlitz and other American beers are available
on the Army and Navy bases and in the Commissaries in the
"You mentioned in your letter that the Panamanian beer
has alcoholic content of 12. Most foreign breweries refer to
the alcoholic content of their beer in reference to the Balling, a
beer with 12 Balling usually has an akohol content by. volume
of about .4.50 to 4.75 per cent. This is about the same as the al alcohol
cohol alcohol of American beers." :
I must thank the general manager of the commissary divi division
sion division for the beautiful cutout windows of the shoe section, and
also the shoe display. The Idea Is good and also budget-saving.
I'll bet my bottom dollar It Is a Stateside' Idea, and not local.
Take my word for it, the shoe building has a new look and
Is more attractive. Also I must say the sales clerks there have
about the most courteous approach In the division. More power
to the general manager.
Everybody's always talking about the large number of Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone cops and hew they seem to, be everywhere just wait waiting
ing waiting for some poor slob to sin.
Well, I'd like to know, if law enforcement is so strict here,
why don't they read a sign on the door of the Balboa Clubhouse
the one which says "No Dogs Allowed" by order of Somebody
I like dogs as much as anybody, and they're fine friends to
kids when they are kept in their own back yards. But I must
aay, It unnerves me to be sitting in the Clubhouse Just ready to
sink my molars in a steak, however tough, and look down to see
some bedraggled hound eyeing me with longing Interest.
Furthermore, when I have my kids with me. thev insist on
petting all the pooches, climbing from their seats to wander
alter trie aogs. Ana it's a pretty long trip to get their little
hands sanitized again. Meanwhile, I take the chance that -the
woman will come by and dump my once-warm dinner in the
O horrors, let the folks in the club that prevents crueltv to
animals consider my problem. Those darned dog are giving
me, a, ouman oeing, a pain.
By VICTOR Rl MIL
In a series of unpubiicuJed, pri private
vate private conversations witt. ms vo vo-weoiy
weoiy vo-weoiy conservative auv sen, Prc Prc-siaeiit
siaeiit Prc-siaeiit lUsennowei bus oeea uis uis-cu&kind
cu&kind uis-cu&kind posioie lws wnicu coma
tarow tue Drake an laobr's
streamlined political machine.
Whatever ine president decides
wm siisw up saarpiy in tne special
laoor message ne wui aenu iu con
gress late in Janaury or early
h'rnm out of these conferences
comes word mat ne i tusiurued
uv tne DUe-drivuis success ot la-
uor's political lorces and generai-
smp. Tne rresioeni Knows auiim
tacucians mien ne sees tnem. Ami
ineir smasn tnrougn in tints
wun loo years ol traditional lie
puDiican victories has starved
.Vint hp had not decided whether
he will pusn xor iav wmcn wuuiu
turn a government Key oi. laoor a
treasuries auu aisu pi event me u u-nions
nions u-nions irom using tneir headquar
ters, manpower, pnones ana ousi ousi-nes
nes ousi-nes agents in tne 19 eiecuoa.
Ami. hi uiose with whom tiie
President has talkea in oti-tne rec
ord sesions is Postmaster Gener General
al General Artnur Summerfield certainly
one of the Kep. Party's moot
influential strategists. The Post Postmaster,
master, Postmaster, traiditionaly the tactical
general of the party in power,
wants th President's stamp of ap
proval on a series of laws wnicn
would take la Dor out jf politics
and out ol a lot ot otner acuviue
most recent talks.
Xll ajiio Vi. a.-
it was learnea the Postmaster in indicated
dicated indicated tnat he would Decome a
political iigntimng rod and araw
labor' fire with puDUc proposals
that some tougn laws be passed.
Tne .rresiaeuis """-
oMa Rut the Postmaster General
made such a speecn.
Tnis be unleasned recently be be-the
the be-the fationai Assn. of Manutctur-
lore 3,0w ueugineu ueieai,e4 w
ers' annaual muustriai congress
ine INAni now is ueiyiu iubuiwv
"knrlrrio nf thnUKSlldS' Of CO"
pies of tne talk. Anr this is a
speecn wun a uuui-ui sieuge nam nam-mer,
mer, nam-mer, for Mr. Summerfield says
m part: 1U
"l leel. .deeply about the po po-iu:,i
iu:,i po-iu:,i nnmch nf tha nraanized Dart
of American labor, gathered up
I I 11- 4lllmla aV rillsrK
in pnaianx, iia uiuuuuj u
and thousands of trained poUtical
manipulators drawn up in oattle
formation to seiie control over our
t .u;i, it i. tush time
, .1 UillUL ifc io -o
that, the American people, oe oe-roand
roand oe-roand that the poUUcai,acUvity of
orgamaed labor, be .brought withjij
reasonabli bounds and .clerly
governed by law-j"t as the poli poli-.
. poli-. n nther indivi-
duals end groups in this nation are
I think it is absolutely un-Ame-
i l.kno Vtmaaa tA M Der-
ncan ior -
mitted to spend union due. in po po-i!i.i..,
i!i.i.., po-i!i.i.., rt. that are often m
wanTbirmurt b. corrected by
L .. t. i-sxnn to believe
iners is -
that President Eisenhower was a-
ware of tne comeius x ---merfield's
speech befor it was
made. There has bten no repudia repudiation
tion repudiation of it. . 'L .....
It was this p p-ed
ed p-ed AFL-CIO president Ge9r8e
and threaten to launtu ...... r-
ty .... i. it. Jalnoinir
Thern is more io iiS
of America s wi"", -' '--k
copies of the Summerfield speech
than is apparent. The flatter
is reflected oy ousiness
. inn if nnftSlbie.
l ?irt"Z hat the White
House will be swamped with de
mands for union curoing
. i : .rtainat Kiimmer-
jor sianuii'n :
.. . i .!- i.i.in Hirninns is
neia ourms ";::;; nt
a one-man pn1nT,,
" v nu.kaii Tr m it-
La oor jamcs min.i"".
u., v.. ..I rt aaan thp Prest
cnei iibb i" jcv
ine himself hean in coiuc
with Vice President Richard Nixon
who in this Dnie is nuu-wus
r. II ,na ant an Mid (lOllT.
' it aofolv on the
you can vim.v -".
net. They're backin the same wo-
posals the rresiaem sen. uV ...
trt ppiisti me racKeis uu ,w
a.faDiiarii union democricV BO
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M. 4AaMttaJ nrAnfitailil.
Here. too. yon'v a wvi-w of
the in-fi?htlnif at ne two u.u.r.
Open from 9;C0 a.m. io 9:00 p.m.
and (luring noon hours
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Bombs Are Federal
By BOB RUARK
There's been a lot of talk late
ly about new legislation on a Fe Federal
deral Federal level to cope with bombings
and other voiience in civu rignts
Lyle Wilson, a pundit frined, pos posed
ed posed a question the other day to
the general effect that if local law
is deemed sufficient to deal with
bomb outrages inlabor disputes,
why isn't it also sufficient to cope
with identical violence la civil
Wilson did not commit himself
on this point. Neither has anybody
else made much of a straight
black and white portrait of the
bom business, which should not
be confused with beatings, threats
property damage, theft and other
Labor Secretary James Mitchell
has said that Federal law couldn't
cope with all the allied nastiness
of organized terror in the labor
business, but that it should be
left to a local jurisdiction.
Wilson also quotes George Mea Meany,
ny, Meany, president of the AFL-CIO, as
more or less going along with
Mitchell, the while complaining
that the local-level boys don't
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During the Americas Revo Revolution
lution Revolution the name "cowboy" was
given to tome American Tories
who stole from the colonists.
No one knows when the term
was first applied to men whose
work -was tending cattle. It
iss, however, become the pop pop-ilar
ilar pop-ilar name for men Who take
:are of cattle, particularly on
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24 the boat
27 and night
30 Ant, for
S2 Science of
36 th light
37 War god
40 Fish parts
41 Legal matters
52 River in
t Greek goddess
5 -de camp
6 Color red
7 Make a
24 Game ot
25 Arrow poison
27 The tract
28 Measure of
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make too much effort to clean
labor's stables. This would be an
intimation that the local level
boys can-be, at' 'they' say, 'fot to,
dealt with or had.
Leaving out all other aspects of
violence, it is my idea tnat any
thing involving a Domo more le lethal
thal lethal than that of the stink variety
should be a Federal responsibili responsibility,
ty, responsibility, as much as kidnaping or cros
sing state lines or espionage.
Consider the bomb;
Nobody ever made a bomb by
accident; You cannpt buy a bomb
in a prosper store. A bomb is use
less to slaughter deer or duck. A
bomb is not a weapon of self-pro
tection, 'since it blows up the pre premises
mises premises you're protecting. A bomb
does .cot, fit the clothing.
Itf short, there Is no excuse
for a bomb unless you plan to
blow ud something with it, on
purpose, and that argues a callous
disegarflf for the innocent 'by
stander. t You can, at least, point
a pistol witn some degree oi ac
curacy. r .
By deduction, I would venture
that anybody who makes a bomb
makes it with m a 1 i t e fore-
Anyone who plants one does not
really csre who trips the trigger triggering
ing triggering mechanism,' be it eat or child.
Anyone who throws one auto
matically assumes the onus of ore
meditated murder by explosion or
nre, apart from property destruc destruction.
tion. destruction. .'
There is not one tiny tittle of
excuse to be offered by the coun
sel tor tne defense in a bomnias.
Counsel cannot say that defend defendant
ant defendant didn't know it was loaded: it
went off by accident; the eat'trip-
pea me trigger; tnat ait went
biack or red and boom I You
can't alibi a bomb any mora than
you ean aubi armed burglary, be
cause a guy in your house with
a gat in his hand certainly it not
looking ipr tne men's room ait the
nail park. ;s, ;
Not the least vicious aspect of
the bomb's-potential it its ease
of manufacture, and Its complete
lrresponsaoiuiy or destruction in
the hands of a crackpot as well
as a' ealldused prlminal.' '
The gentleman who decided,' at
the last moment, not to blow uo
the plane he was riding, but blew
himself up in an airport' terminal
a few months ago li indicative of
tne. capaciousness of the bomb bomb-chucker,
chucker, bomb-chucker, or the time-clock bomb-
WASHINGTON My wife doesn't
like it a Dit when 1 write about
her,: but X hope the won't ooject
too- much jf today I write toout
her latner. -f
For today the U.S. Army Field
Artillery is dedicating t plaque
in memory of her tatuer, km,
Dan. T. Moore, who founced the
Field, ArtiUery s Scmj of Fire
at Fort Sill, Okie. ;
,The founding of the school
came 'about in an interesting
manner. As in the case of our lat
est artillery development, the mod-
ein missile, we got our know-now
from the. permans.
"The Kaiser's army In the early
part of tnis century had" develop developed
ed developed indirect artiicry fre a means
of hitting a target from behind a
hill witnout actually seeing It
No non-German had ever been
admitted to the Germ a artillery
school. It was highly secret, But
Teddy Roosevelt, then President;
was on friendly terms with the
Kaiser and tola him: '1'bave a
young cousuvln the American ar
my who wants Jo come over ana
study ;n your artillery school.
Will you let him eomef"
. The Kaiser reluctantly, agreed.
Young Lt. Moore gave the ap appearance
pearance appearance of a good-natured, unen unen-ergetic
ergetic unen-ergetic army officer, Uiou'gh ; a
tually a genius in ballistics and
mathe natics. He had been edu-cat-.d
in Germany and Switzer
land, spoke German as veil at he
'After attending the German ar-
' I I ,aa. n, n u
iiiery scnuoi n uiu isuo iu iv, uo
brought back to the United
States the complete German artil artillery
lery artillery system, founded the School
of Fire ti Fort Sill, and got the
system installed in the American
armv and ready for ve before
America entered World Wat L
My wife was born in Germany,
which caused her considerable
embarrassment during two woriii
wars. She grew4 Sup in Army
camps, which causes her conti continued
nued continued embarrassment when I write
anything critical of the Army. It
is her claim that Army and Na
vy officers should be able to take
a few rides in government planes
and take their wives along, too.
She comes by tnis view Quite
honestly, for her great-grandfather
was also in the military missile
business and also played a part
in the early: days of field artine
ry. And the irony-is that the em
bryo of the present missile which!
Khrushchev boasts can shoot 8700,
miles, was actually brought to
this country by my wife's -fore-
consisted -of attaching the caissons
and the ammunition to the same
vehicle that pulled a. cannon.
Previously the French had re
fused to turn this over to the A-
mencan Ambassador. : But when
Tyler Jarought It back: tha UY S.
Army was so enthusiastic that it
ignorea me JUmgreve rocket and
concentrated on tne then' revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary itock-traU tystem of trtu
Bombs also have a habit of creat
ine epidemic, especially amoua
that weird breed the papers call
"mad bombers." When that de
lightful child from Denve- killed
a whole Plane load of neonle be
cause he was mad at his mother,
I'm lure a whole congregation
of creeps licked their lips ami con contemplated,
templated, contemplated, an exit in a blaze, not
necessarily ox glory. .
As narcotics belong to the Trea
sury, as espionage belongs to the
FBI. so say I that the bomb does
not belongs to the local law which
can be bribed, Intimidated, or bea
ten Into quiescence. .
sible for its manufacture and uaa
it immune from all excuses ex
cept insanity, I see no reason what
soever why bombing cannot, be
come t Federal responsibility, and
no reason why its ownershio or
employment cannot be subject to
the supreme penalty that the law
aiiowi tor premeditated murder.
SU1 DRIFTS AIH0RI :J'MCU
WHITBY. England (UPI) An
empty r British submarina a a
found drifted ashore yesterday at
ssnasena, ; two v miles north of
nere. The derelict had been lost
by a tugboat that was towing it
in the North Sea. It was tha Vni.
I stile, sold recently by the royal
It was this system which hit
grandson, Col, Dan Tyler Moore,
further modernized when he round rounded
ed rounded the Fort Sill School of Fire.
History, might have been a lot
different had the armv r onn.
trated on the original Conereva
rocket back In 1820 instead of the
horse-drawn cannon. But fortu fortunately
nately fortunately or unfortunatplv w didn't
have the technical know-how to
develop rockets and probably
couldnt have done to for- many
In the end, of ipourse, we wait waited
ed waited until after World War n to
aeveiop rockets ahd then import imported
ed imported the txpertr from Germany. V
DONT, OFFINO THI IRASS
During World War I; my father-In-law
was imptHentiy ; warmina
a chair in the War Department
wanting to go overseas. One night
he came home to find his good
looking young sister-in-law in the
arms of the Chief of Staff of the
Army, Gen. Peyton C. March.
Moore, then a brigadier gener general,
al, general, exchanged hot words with the
Chief of Staff, showed him to the
door. Shortly thereafter he was
transferred to combat duty in
France in command of the 349th
Field Artillery Regiment, a Negro
My father-in-law was born in
Montgomery, Ala. He appreciated
mo active amy. ne aia not ap
preciate serving with a Neern out
fit. The race problem in the ar army
my army was a lot different then frdm
that of today. Shortly after the
armistice he accepted the perma permanent
nent permanent rank of colonel and reslgn-
When I wss trvlns fn
Moore's daughter to marry me,
I got to know him -well. This
didn't help much with his daugh daugh-ter;
ter; daugh-ter; for she had a mind of her
But I did have th n1nr.
knowing a rough and ready, old
lasluoned armv officer, whn nnu
honestly thought that a pacifist
Was akin to a Cnmmnni.t and
that William Howard Taft. when
Secretary of War nnder Teddy
san Antonio toaayv iouent as a
young lieutenant in the battle of
Bladensburg when the British can-
tured 4 Washlnetott in' 1812. At
that time tha rocket's red glare"
was no singing -matter, '; Actual
rockets were used over Baltimore
harbor by the British, thereby In
spiring the StarSpangled Banner.
Afterward Daniel Tyler went to
turope and brought models for
the deadly Congreve rockefa devel
oped by the French, back to the
United States. He also brought
back a trunktotd -of charts for
the radical new French artillery
system developed at Mett, which
- M : a a .i
- vAjciaaovTvnvuauiev 'vasaFYejii was araitor 10 CIS
of Col; Danyler-iMoorf whose country because he believed fin
grave is Jaeing" commemorated at cutting the military budget. I
ioon was a litue lonesome
when he got out of the army.
Like many an Army officer, he
dl?.n tJcnow what to with him him-self.
self. him-self. The Army was his life. He
loved it and he didn't know how
to do anything else.
I write about him now not
mllv Vufaiia'ai a -nlann. I.
-j -- jii.uv ia w
ing laid upon his grave, but be because
cause because he was symbolic of the
meri and officers who make up
the backbone of our fighting
force, courageous, restieas, some sometimes
times sometimes hot-headed, underpaid, but
dedicated to their country.
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TOR MEM3ERS OF NAVAL OFFICERS WIVES CLUB
The Naval Officers Wives Club held a Christmas coffee
meeting this week at the quarters of Mrs. G. B. Raser at Quarry
HeiDecorations on the buffet table, arranged by Mrs. E. S.
Bathke, followed the Christinas theme.
The meeting was called to order by the club president, Mrs.
W S. Rodimon, who welcomed Mrs. H. L,. Still and Mrs. R. Lfahy
as new members, and Miss J. Ellis, guest of Mrs. E. T. B. Sullivan.
Gifts of food to be presented to Asilo de Bolivar, a home for
the aged. In Panama, were displayed. The meeting closed with
the drawing of door prises 1 4; "v
Mr. ind Mrs. Lrsn
Announce Son's Birth
Mr. and Mrs. William Larson
announce the birth of their son,
William Emil, on December 17 at
Mrs. Larson, the former Miss
Mary Virginia Cunningham, attend attended
ed attended Canal Zone schools. She is the
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Sports Car Club
Members of the Isthmian Sports
Car Club will have a Christmas
dinner-dance party this evening at
6 p.m. at the Community House.
Fifteenth Naval District.
Rodman EM Club
Plans Fastivitie Tonight
The annual unit Christmas par party
ty party for Navy menJtheir dependents
and civilians attached to Rodman
Naval Station will be held this ev evening
ening evening from e p.m. to midnight at
the Enlisted Men's Club on the
A buffet dinner will be served
at 7:30. i
Music for dancing will be pro provided
vided provided by Al Martin and his orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. A highlight of the evening's
entertainment will be a three-act
floor show, featuring calypso sing
er Lord Dehdious.
Elks Breakfast Sunday
Features Charitv Raffia
Elks breakfasts on both sides of
the Isthmus tomorrow morning
will ha sprvpri from It tn 9 a.m..
concluding the activities whicti
have been held in connection with
the charity raffle.
B.P.O.- Elks 1542 of Cristobal a
1414 of Balboa have invited all
members, their families and guests
The raffle prizes will be award'
ed Sunday according to results of
the Panama National Lottery.
Miss Mickey Lavallee, who is
a student at the Worcester City
Hospital School of Nursing at Wor
cester, Mass., is spending the
Christmas holidays w'th her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred A. La
vallee of Balboa.
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Garden Ctob Plans
TVi Pat Mnr0n ftarden Club
has extended an open invitation
to friends on both sides of the
Isthmus to attend an Old Year's
Night semi-form aJ dance the even evening
ing evening of December 31. The party s
planned for the Washington Hotel
The Sonoramica orchestra will
furnish music for the dance, which
will continue until 6 a.m. the mor morning
ning morning of the New Year.
Judge Sets Hearing
For Six Defiant
MnNTfiflMKBV. Ala. CTJPI1
Six decant Alabama officials will
present arguments Jan. 5 in fed-
oi1 oniirt hon nn whv thev
should not be required to surren
der voting records to tne uvu
tt c ni.trirt .TnHcrp Frank M.
Johnson Jr. Wednesday set the
kA4intf far him rnurt nnrl Helaved
until Jan. 9 a Rights Commission
hearing scheduiea to De neia nere
today to secure the records.
Tnhncnn vcsiiprl Kuhnp.nas to Cir
cuit Judge George Wallace and
registrars E. F. Livingston ana
Grady Rogers of Macon County,
T W Sncnrpr nnrl W. A. Stokes
Sr. of Barbour, and M. T. Evans
Thn civ tioH i-sfiicPfl tn fpstifv at
a Civil Rights Commission hear-
, tan nop k.h mm romniainis
A n 1 A voting
rights in Alabsma. ine oeiiance
of the six forced tne commission
to abruptly halt th meeting.
Wallace contends the subpena
for Hm is not legal since he is
a duly elected state judge.
The Rights Commission called
the delay strictly part or a "legai
procedure.' A spokesman said
"the situation sneaks for itself."
Johnson also ordered the six
state officials to file written briefs
no later than Dec. 31. Johnson
said he aoproved motions for a
court hearing on the subpenas be because
cause because of "legal grounds" and the
"opportunity phould be granted all
parties concerned to be heard in
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Songwriters Bob Wanea plans
to go into court wifliout a lawyer,
to try to defend his-right to pen
a tune tiuea ; vLoiita : aespue ou ou-lections
lections ou-lections from the publishers of the
novel of the same name. RCA Vic-
Am. aittiwrillin rr t-n tVAt iiiTn rnA.flffht
Wlm UUtTUlfU IrV VV tUVU
will withdraw its record of the
song. . Photographers model. Vic
Cutrer gave Eleanor Holm a pre present
sent present every hour on the hour on
her birthday.' They're in a very
matrimonial mood. . Julia Meade
is wanted for the fern me lead in
a Video series called "Ail Around
the Town" (a title borrowed from
one of this' column! headings),
tarring Dennis. O'Keefe. . '.Old-
time comedian Bert Wheeler au
ditioned for the role of the sheriff
in the Broadway musical comedv
production of rDestry . .Mrs.
Jimmy Doolittle is in town from
San Francisco to do her-Christmas
shopping.1 There are rumors
that the' General plans to yretire
after the holidays, out those who
know him believe he's too dyna dynamic
mic dynamic to stay inactive very long.
Jerry Wald's ulcer prevented
him from accompanying "The
Sound and tne 'Fury to town for
advance screening, so it was di director
rector director Martin Ritt's happy duty to
unveil the print. Those who caught
the preview pronounce it an un
qualified hit bound to delight
author William Faulkner. And Yul
Brynner (with HAIR) is said to
be absolutely stunning. Jf rjenas
who met Biilie Burke at f ennsyl
vania Station when she arrived
for rehearsals of "Listen to the
Mocking Bird" were startled to
see she had ordered a wheel chair
to convey her from the train plat
form to her car. The ebullient
Miss Burke explained she simply
was tired of tramping through
"dingy railroad stations" under
her own power. .Commoner Joan
Collins has a big edge on Princess
Margaret of England; she can
see Group Captain Peter Town-
send whenever she wishes. Ana
that's just what she's doing.
Those all night bashes tossed by
Gary and Lindsay Crosby may
delight the playgirl-starlets, but
the boys' landlay isn't amused. She
wants the young Crosbys to vaca
te their apartment in .favor of
some more conservative tenant..
The sensational trial headlines in
the Mary Astor diary case would
have made an eye-catching dust
jacket for her autobiography (and
the publishers were all for it) but
the actress wouldn't allow it. An
other notable departure from the
pattern of theatrical life stories:
Mary actually wrote her nook her herself.
self. herself. .The Mel Tormes expect
their baby in March. . The cam
paign among Republicans to win
the Presidential nomination for
Henry Cabot Lodge is quietly gain
ing momentum. .. After seeing
scenes from the 17,000,000 flicker
version "Forgy ana Bess," Ira
till 9:00 P.AA.
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THE VOICE: OF';
by Dorothy Kiilgallen
ffprshwin ) nimtprl ia rnmmpnt
ing: "It couldn't be better if they'd
spent 514,000,000," i :
Harpo and Chlco Marx., who will
do a fumed comedy series for tn-
gush TV, will try out their rou
tines for live audiences at the new
Montmartre Hotel in Miami
Beach. ,Jack. Paris, hitting the
come-back train at the Debonair.
ls a big" click. K Local jazz
buffs are buzzing over the rough
job George Frazier did on : critic
Nat Hentoff in a Jazz Quarterly
article, .Mickey Lallan,, out, in
Hollywood for film-making," tele telephoned
phoned telephoned Barbara Miller of the La
tin aurter ensemble to assure
that atems linking- him with Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Rush were just studio bally-,
hob. He read her mind- when be
said ''Tear up that poison pen let.
ter you're writing me" because
sne was right in the middle of
it when the phone rang. She and
Mickey (formerly a principal in
west side atory J have been dat
ing since they were both 14-vear-
Carol Hanev wanted to rln thu
lead dancer role in the upcoming
off-Broadway version of "On
the Town" but her manage r,
wouldn't let her, so an unknown
called Wisa Dorso gets the Dig
break.' .Vivian ("Say Darling")
uiaine met textile tycoon Don
Todd at a oartv and hells rana
Obviouslv Ben Gasp likes his la.
dies built on heroic lines. His re J
cent ex-wife. Esther Williams is
I Juno-e&que, and his new flame,
moaei reggy jacKson, is a tow towering
ering towering six-footer. . .Jackie C.nnean
now 44. intends to film his nwn
life story and call it "The Kid"
even tnougn unaries Chaplin re refuses
fuses refuses to give him permission to
use tne famous title. Jackie rea reasons:
sons: reasons: "After all. I was th child
star of 'The Kid' and Chaplin
made $17,000,000 from the picture.
If he wants to sne me he'lll to
comejto the United States to do
Mrs. Norman Winston wrr tne
hat-of-the-week at the Tnlnnv the
other day. It was a bright red
ciocne puued so low over her eyes
fascinated onlookers couldn't fi figure
gure figure out now she managed to find
her wav to her table narrvl
Zanuck has come up with a switch
on tne old No comment" phrase.
When he's fed up with newspaper newspapermen
men newspapermen and Dhotoeranhers he inct
snaps, leave me alone. I'm the
TIDAL WAV! ITRlfcfS
HUASCO, ChUe (TJPI)-A tidal
wave carried away more than 45
yarns ot tne sea wau in the har harbor
bor harbor area of this north Chilean
port yesttrday, causing conster
able damage to th docks but, no
ft ; r w- x
4 By OSWALD JACOB Y
Written for NEA Service
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Norih East South West
1 ,Pasi. 1 Doublt
Pass 1 ;3N.T-. Pass,
Opening Iead-3 V
Put yourself in the position of
South. The game is duplicate and
you decide to respond one dia diamond
mond diamond to your partner's opening
duh. Yon expect, that your part partner
ner partner will rebid one heart and that
you will wind up at either a club
slam or 4o-trump game.
Instead of this pleasant devel development,
opment, development, West doubles and East
bids one heart. If you Jump -in
clubs ; you wilt' wind up at some
club contract and will make ex exactly
actly exactly five odd, What's wrong with
that? Nothing in rubber bridge
but in duplicate you need those
extra points for making four no-
Anyway, this South thought he
needed wxtra points and jumped
to three no-trump, Maybe, West
would shy away from the heart
suit and lead a spade.
West did nnen the three nf hearts
and South Wished he had raise
clubs. Still there was nothing to
gam irom looxing gium. He played
the ,four of hearts from dummy
and now East went fntn 9 huririlo
If seemed inconceivable that
aouia wouia nave leaped into
three no-trump .without a heart
stopper, Maype h was tne single singleton
ton singleton ace., East played the seven of
nearts ano soutn cashed his single singleton
ton singleton nine.
Now South had his tnn
and East had a lot of criticism
from his partner,, but I am in inclined
clined inclined to svmnathixe with V.asr
He did have a real problem and
iois oi experts would have made
tne same wrong guess.
o The biddint has been:
I A jjoudm a m i
4 4 Pass t
You, South, hold:
AK188I VAJ884 tl a8l
A Bid four hearts. If year
i. ...miiw ivwIm far a
lam this will aneoanna klas.
Otherwlae ha will ilmplr to to
four spades. There art sw
thlnn a biofl douWea!
Your partner continues with a
bid ot five spades. What do you
By Communlsb, Says
LITTLE 'ROCK, Ark. fUPI)-A
former member oi the House wn
American Activities Committee
termed the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored
People a "Communist infiltrated
oreanizauon" in testimonv be
fore an Arkansas legislative' coun
cu em integration;
The toraclMs trying to link so so-called
called so-called 4 Infiltrated si organizations
with racial unrest' which led to
tne central ; High school Tntegra
tlon crisis in Little Rock, last
Hearings were scheduled to end
J. B.. Matthews of New York
told:, the council, Wednesday that
ne ouierenttatea between com
munist front organizations con
trolled by the Reds. :.and Com
munist infiltrated Organizations
created for other nurooses.
Matthews was director of re
search for the House committee
from 1938 to 1945 and also was a
staff as'istant to, the late Sen.
Josenh McCarthy. S v
"Communists have so 'Infiltrat
ed the NAACP it has become a
more effective organization for
the Communist line than many
Communist front organizations,
Matthew M : ',V . .r j
He named the SouthernvReon
al Council as a group with Com
munist sympathizers in' its mem:
bersnip. He said one of tne mem
bers of the council is Mrs. L.C
Bates, v Arkansas; NAACP presl
dent and an active lender in In
tegation of Central High School
in seDtember. 1957.
Matthews said the Southern
Conference Education fund : has
be6n cited as subversive by the
Senate .internal security subcom subcommittee,
mittee, subcommittee, and named L.C.1 Bates as
a member of that organization.
RCStui Riwt: r
" MTLFORD HAVEN, England
(UPI)-A British cesstal lifeboat
rescued the six-man crew olthe
Belgian trawler Suzanne Adrienne
which sank' yesterday about 21
miles northwest of here fter a
After 35 Years In' Uniform
Col fiavmnruf T.' Mill ITSARfa.
rib engineer, will retire in Janua January
ry January after 35 years in uniforfm.
, voi. : tm, wno n returning to
the United States for iur retire
ment at Fort Jackson, S.C left
the Canal Zone-Thursday accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his wife, Gladys.
The Commpndation Rihhon Met.
al Pendant (First Bronze Oak
ieai uuster) was awarded him
by Major General Charles L.
Dasher, commanding general,, this
Hill served" as Engineer officer,
USARCarib and aa nnst F.mrineer
of Fort Clayton, Fort Amador,
i on aoddc, r orc uavis, Fort Gu-
lick. Fort Sherman inH the Pnt
Of Ouarrv Hejchta rnml nA
Curundu during the period Sept
2,1956, to Dec. 18, 1958. 4 V
Th citation accompaying the
awaW pointed out that he was in instrumental
strumental instrumental in the establishment
of emergency power for essential
communications and operations,
and the. v establishment of fire
fighting protection. He was also
effective in the construction of a
modern Army, chapei and estab establishing
lishing establishing the project s for family
housing in this command.
Hill also holds the Bronze Star
Medal and has credit for partici participation
pation participation in the Middle Europe' Cam Campaign.
paign. Campaign. He is a-. memhei nf the
Society of American Military En-
giueers.vine American society of
Civil : Engineers, ; the North, Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Snpietv nf Rnoineei-a the AJ
sociation Of the U. S. Army arid
me rennanem international Asso Association
ciation Association of 1 Navigation Congress,
an Intej-natininail assrtpiattnn intet.
ested in the development of m,a-
rmme ano uuand waterway com commerce
merce commerce and their facilities.
He has a bachelor of science
degree from the U.S. Military A A-cademy,
cademy, A-cademy, a. bachelor of science
degree in civil engineering, from
the- University of California; ; and
was graduated from the Engineer
School,: Command and General
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Hill To Retire
Staff School and the Industrial
College of the .Armed Forces.
- i i
After retlrememV Colonel and
Mrs. Hill nlan tn reside in Kavaa.
nah, Ga., where he is to be as
sociaiea wiw ue uiamona loo-struction-Company.'
Lt. Coh Donald 'F. Rogers,
chief of engineering division, US USARCarib
ARCarib USARCarib Engineer Office, is re replacing
placing replacing Colonel Hill. , w
RICARDO G. BRIN, tice-pres
ident and office manager of F.
Icasay Cia BAj who returned
to Panama, thi, week after
six week; tour of the United
States r as a member of thi
Panamanian "Top Manage Management
ment Management Observation Study
Team" sponsored by the Interi
national Cooperation Adminls.
tration. During his tOur.'Brla
visited several factories, uni universities
versities universities and associations in
Washington, Boston, New York
and Baltimore. He also at attended
tended attended the second Interameri Interameri-can
can Interameri-can Management Conference
neld at the Greenbrier HoteL
White Sulphur Springs, West
Virginia, Nov. IT to 22.
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TBI PAKAMA AMERICAN AX CCD I? INDENT DA1LZ KIWI A.
f AuA tit
34 Students : Make 'A; Honor Roll,
' A total of S4 itudenU made the
'AW honor roll at Balboa H i g h
School during the aecond six-week
period of the first semester wniie
. H3 made tne b- booot xouif
lt liati lncloo V-'ii V
. ? "A HONOR ROLt. j
,.K Barbara !An iarbaraiBartlett,
Bath Bennet,: Robert Bowman, Da
vid Browner "Nancy Browne,-, ma
Irioa Clare,sfDpyid Egudin,-. Kay
Flowers. Vickf HflV i eacne Ho
bie, Mary Lee Kiheaid, Richard
- Lawaon. Naomi Litvin. Carol Lund,
James Marshall Charles Nicker-,
on,. Joan Payne, -ewm v riercei
George Rambo, Ruth Roper, Jaua
fcrki Linda Sikorski. ; Grace
Vale, Harry. VanLobn, 3 a m i i
Ward, Sarah Wnftener; feRobertia
WidelL Uvia Wmstead,; ; Carol
2elnick,: John Zelnick; JJewellyn
'Sherry i'''' Acker, Dave Adams
Margaret' Alexander, Patricia Al Alexander,
exander, Alexander, Sims AUen, William Ar Ar-chibold,
chibold, Ar-chibold, Gisella -Arosemena; Rob Robert
ert Robert Arthur. Naney Askew,, Bever
ly Austin, Sharon Avery, Larry
Bailey, Richard Ba.Uy. Har at d
srenaa Barnmouse, joan Barrett,
Susan Barrett, ,? Patrick Bartlett,
Lewis Batemaa. Dale Bathke,
Kathryn Beesley, 'Judith Beeby,
Carl Berg,. Peter Berger, Carole
BernhardCMike Bettsak, Charlene
Bishop, Joseph Bond, Lynn, Bot Bot-senmeyerj:
senmeyerj: Bot-senmeyerj: Marion. Bradley, Ann
Brasweu.MarUM Brown, uaiys
Bremer, .WJlllan Browder, Robert
D. Brown, Joanna Brown, Lloyd
Brown, Ruth Brown; Walter
Brown, Ray Caldwell, Patricia Cal Calhoun,
houn, Calhoun, Hugo Castro, Elias Chaiu Chaiu-Ja,
Ja, Chaiu-Ja, Robert Chandler, Rolando Cha Cha-nis,
nis, Cha-nis, Charles Chase,' Ana Cheung,
Patricia Chisolm, Sandra Clinely
Ann Cobb; Helen Cooper, Mary
Coppenhaver, Osiris Cornejo, Ro Roberta
berta Roberta Covairt, Kathy Cox, Barba Barbara
ra Barbara Coy, Silvia Cruz, John Cun Cunningham;
ningham; Cunningham; William Daily, Sandra
Daubin, Donald David, Susan Da Davis,
vis, Davis, Marvel Davison, John Dent Denting,
ing, Denting, Carol Dempfl, Patricia
Demniv. Charles Denton': Bob Dil-
fer, Dale Dombrowjky, Michael
Dubbs, Tom Durfee, John Dwo Dwo-rak,
rak, Dwo-rak, Sylvia Kakes, Leslie TEast TEast-gleston,
gleston, TEast-gleston, Catherine Egolf, Eve Ei Ei-tenmann,
tenmann, Ei-tenmann, Peggy Elkh, Mary Es Es-slinger,
slinger, Es-slinger, Lynne Fanton, Michale
Fanton, Jetiabel Feraud, Fred Fl Fl-danque,
danque, Fl-danque, Jo-Anne Fields, John Fin Fin-lason,
lason, Fin-lason, Curtii Fitzgerald, Mim i
FitegeraW i 'Judtth ; v Flenniken,
James Forbes,' Sara' Kay :Ford,
Elizabeth Foster, Ralph Franglo Franglo-ni,
ni, Franglo-ni, Betty Friese, Rosanne Fulop,
Roy Candy; Ralph XJlazer, Donna
Grady, Beverly-Gramlicb, Lottie
Handy, Danielle Harned, Christine
Sarrison, Anne Haskell, Jeannine
erbert, Elaine Herring,, Grady
wood, Virginia Egan, Cecelia Eg Eg-Hinkle
Hinkle Eg-Hinkle Tomas Ho. Diana Hoenke,
Carolvn Holeerson.. Judy i Hot2,
George Hovan,' Christine Huff,
Fred Hunter, Marganta Hurtado,
Joy Jackson, Pedro Janowitz,1 Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Jansen, Sally Jones, Yuko
Kawakuri Mike Kelly, Glen d a
Kent. Carlos Kiamco, laelyn King,
Jane Kintner,' Barbara Klipper,
Carol Lam, Judy Laming, Charles
Lavalle, Anita1 s Leonard, Frank
Leves, "Louis Lbmbana, Buy tord,
Janice Malone, Virginia Mauldin,
April McGuire Pat McGuire, San
dra McKay,. Haydee Mendes, Jane
MiUer, Marjorie Wilier, Martha
Miller, Charlene Morency, Sandra
Morency, Peggy Morgan, Fred
Mowlv, Manuelita Moses, Earl
Mullins,: Shirley Murphy, Carolyn
Musselman, Morris Nahmad. Vi Vi-vian'
vian' Vi-vian' Nahmad, Gary-Ness, Jeanne
Nickerson, Claire iDonnell.
Art O'Leary,1 George O'Masta,
Douglas Pajak, Joe Pensinger,
Sharon Pheian. Mirna Fierce, un
da Poole, Thelma ; "Pruittj Sally
Randel, John Reade, Frank Reich-
art, Judy Rettinger, Mary Ridge,
Joe Rodriguez, Pat Rose, Frank
Rybicki. Jo Salterio. James San
iel. Cindy Sanborn. Ruth Schmel-
zer, Robert Schultz, C. Schwarz
rock, Helen Sims, Marilyn Smith,
Solomon Smith, Phyllis Snee, Dick
Snyder. Sherry South, Carol South'
well,. Janice Spencer, Nancy Swen-1
son, Carole 5ymonfls Aaa rapia.
Pat Tate, Lane Thompson, Shirley
Tillman, Cloris Toledano, Solly
Toussien, George Trail, Dona Tta Tta-savage,
savage, Tta-savage, Mary urner, Peggy Val.
Flora "Vales, Juan Vecchione Ma Marilyn
rilyn Marilyn Ward, Marjorie Watson, Ha
rold Watters, Emily Weber, Bar
bara west, Dolores wneeier, Mai
com Wheeler, Ray Wilson, Tony
Womble, Marg Urrutla.
In observance of the Fourth Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Advent of St Paul's church
the members of vSt. Vincent's
Guild of Acolytes and the Youth
Fellowship will make their month monthly
ly monthly Corporate Communion at the
9 o'clock Eucharist
On Wednesday, Christmas eve,
there 'will be carol singing at 11
"p.m. and at 11:45 p.m., balssing
ot the crib and Holy, Eucharist.
STONE BRITISH VEHICLES
NICOSIA, Cyprus UPI)-G;reek
Cyprios stoned British mili military
tary military vehicles after Gov. Hugh
Foot refused reprieves far two
Greek terrorists sentenced
terrorists sentenced to
Many H5ckl, Nancy H l e g a 1, 1 death, unconfirmed reports said
Charles HilUlances BMarlilSrtdtfay?
. COMMANDERS Daring mentaward-ceremonlee at bead quarters for the 4th Gun Battalion, S17th Artillery, all the
1 omit's commanders .gathered for a "family portrait." Left to right, are CWO Jean R. Morris, battalion motor officer during
the temporary absence of lit Lt lrrlnr T. Sheppard; Capt. Joseph P. Bednars, A Battery commander; Capt. James 8. Angles,
B Battery commander; Capt. Joseph E.r MueKerman EL C Battery commander; Capt. Maurice E. Kinnett, D Battery eom eom-mander,
mander, eom-mander, aaid Lt CoL, Wendell P. Knowles,-battalion eomman der. (U.S. Army Pholo)
CF.NEVA.Dec. 20 (UP1) The
Riff Three conference on nuclear
tests rcesses today for Christ
mas in an- atmospnere ol nope
that it may eventually: produce
some worthwhile l result.
rpippat from the United
States, Britain and Russia head headed
ed headed for' nome after a :brief closing
session. They, will reassemble Jan.
A Russian demand lor the
riaht to veto control measure.
has deadlocked efforts to produce
treatv banning nuclear tests.
Secretary of State John ', Foster
Dulles expressed confidence yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, however that agreement
ultimately can be achieved.
The 10 nation conference on
means of averting surprise at attacks,
tacks, attacks, bogged down .by Russia's
refusal to limit it to technical is issues,
sues, issues, adjourned indefinitely yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Government officials In Washing
ton said, today the United States
hones some basis catt be found
for resuming the -surprise-attack
talks, but the prospects- appeared
Defensive Role Of Ready Reserves
Stressed In CFN Activation Program
A' Ready: Reserve unit the M9th
AA 90mm Gun Battery became
operative in U.S. Army. Caribbean
Thursday and for the first time
in the Panama area; activation
ceremonies were televised over
CFN. v '..;-..
After presenting the unit guidon,
Lt. Gen. Kidgeiy uattner, com commander
mander commander in chief. Caribbean Com
mand. stressed the important de
fensive role of the unit in the event
of an emergency.
' He' said the activation culmin
ated the efforts of many people.
"Activation, Is only a start, how
ever." the eeneral declared. "The
small group of men receiving the
guidon of their battery are the
nrnt of what I am confident will
be a fully-manned and trained
unit in the not too distant future.
The work of recruiting members
must now begin in earnest."
Others participating in welcom
ine the reservists were Maj. Gen.
Charles L. Dasher, USARCARIB
commanding general; Col. John
F.- Schmelzer, USARCARIB G- 3
and Lt. Col. Wendell P. Knowles.
commandine officer of the 4th
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. At the conclusion of the formal
proceedings, members of the bat battery
tery battery held the "first of 48 weekly
drills' scheduled for the coming
year. Battery commanding officer
is Capt. Justo Velez-Mufioz and
executive officer is 1st Lt. William
In opening the 15-minute pro
gram, Dasher expressed the hope
that televising the activation cere ceremony
mony ceremony would Drbmote better un
derstanding as to the vital role of
we: Army Reserve as well as that
of the individual reservist.
The U.S. Army Reserve provid provides
es provides units that are adequately or organized,
ganized, organized, trained, equipped and
available for mobilization during
emergencies, he said, and with
the National Guard and the active
Army forms the Army team.
"That team must be ready to par participate
ticipate participate in combat operations in
support of war plans," Dasher
staiea. "such is the ultimate ob
jective of the U.S. Armv Reserve
jective of the U.S. Army Reserve
Anti-aircraft. Artillery Battery
weing activated Here".
Gafther, who was deputy com-v
manaing general for reserve
forces at Continental Armv Com
mand before takint over command
in this area, also emphasized the
value of reserve training and the
importance of attracting new men
to the Army reserve program.
The organization of the 869th
was outlined by Schmelzer, who
nrBH all alislkla rae ar.ri 4nin
and explained the function of G-3
in relation to rserve affairs.
Knowles assured the new bat
tery t complete support and use
me oifin Arniiery s racuities.
Set. F. c. Renner of the CFN
staff, program commentator, read
the general order activating the
869th. He introduced the following
reservists wno mane up the unit:
Velei-Mufioz, Joyce. M. Sets. Al
fred E. Genther. Charles N. Little
and James A. Lower. Sp4 Robert
E. George Jr., Cpl. Frederick A.
Durling Jr., Pvts. 1st. class Wfl Wfl-Ham
Ham Wfl-Ham L. Bennet and Otis R.
Thompson and Pvt. Gflberto T.
Galther traced the history of
the unit to June 1942, when it or
iginally was activated at Camp
Hulen, Tex., as the 63rd Coast Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery Battery. After a short pe period
riod period of training at Fort Bliss, the
outfit sailed for Port Lysutey,
French Morocco. While in Africa
the battery psrticlpated in the Al
gerian-French Morocco campaien.
as well as a subsequent campaign
As Part of inn Seventh Armv
the unit landed in Sicily in Aueust
During early 1944 the battery
was in Italy, where it engaged in
the Naples-Foggia campaign later
it moved northward to engage in
Uie Kome-Arno campaign.
Disbanded in 1944. the unit was
allocated to the Organized Reser Reserve
ve Reserve Corps at Houston, Tex., in 1947
snd was designated as the 869th
Coast Artillery Gun Battery.
Crosby Clan Adds
One By Adoption,
Another By Stork
LOS ANGELES (UPD-Dennis
Crosby, 24, one of crooner Bing
Crosby's sons, is the new father
of a 7-year-old boy today and
hopes to become the father of a
baby girl early next year.
Crosby formally adopted Franz
Nicholas Gregory Von Douglas -Ittu,
son of his showgirl wife by
a previous marriage.
' "This will make our marriage
complete and we hope Santa
Clans will bring us a little girl,"
Pat rSheenan, Crosby's wife, said.
Crosby and the former Las
Vegas showgirl were married
May, 4 ,nd the is now expecting
Celler Proposes Bill
To Make Segregation
Enforcement A Crime
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (UPI)
The author of the 1957 Civil Rights
law said today he will introduce
a bill that would make it a crime
to enforce racial segregation in
public schools and colleges.
Rep. Emanuel Celler (D-N. Y.)
said nis measure would implement
and speed up enforcement of the
Supreme Court's 1954 decision that
segregation in public schools is
Celler, chairman of the House
Judiciary Committee which han-'
dies civil rights legislation, told
United Press International that he
will introduce and hold hearings
on his new proposal soon after
Congress convenes Jan. 7.
He said it stands a good chance
of passage in view of the number
of new liberal members entering
However, other sources said that
while such a bill might win House
approval, its prospects in the Sen Senate
ate Senate were poor.
Oiler's proposal would make It
a violation of law to require se segregation
gregation segregation in any public school and
subject those who do to fines or
jail sentences. But Celler said he
doubted there would be any need
to Impose jail terms for violations.
Th Court's ruling was based
on constitutional grounds. It held
that refusing admission to public
schools because of race violated
the Constitution's 14th amendment
guaranteeing equal protection of
HULL OF A MISTAKE
LONDON (UPI)-BritJsh Euro European
pean European Airways apologized today
for mispalcing Hull, a city of
The airline blamed a printer
for putting Hull 30 miles at sea
on a new map illustrating BEA
The Best Christmas i
for you and the family
MIL LAMM '59
(Will be on display at the Fort Clayton show Dec. 27)'
COLON MOTORS INC
...and will appreciate your cooperation and
patience during the service Interruptions on
December 21, which are necessary to make
improvements in my services in the follow
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH WOTIC
XMAS IN THE CHURCHES
Church of Christ
SALBOAl ML klbm Reed,
Serioss Sunday 109 am ue
CRISTOBAL: American JJ0-
iB.na un. 110 a .as
eUOABAJO: House Mo. HU let Si
iatwon Blvd. as
lira warn war
... 9.44 aa
ll:UU a.m a.m-t
t a.m-t M pjn
7:00 p m.
1 JO p m.
mST BAFT181 CHUBCB
Balboa Halfhta, C. Jfc
627 Anton Boulevard
Orawei 'B' Balboa HalaWs
Pbont Balboa 1717
William a Beeby. Paatat
Baptist Training Union ....
Evangelistic Service ........
Praye Meeting. Wednesday.
W M.a Bible Study Thufa-
nSn B'totoernood (liat
Monday tn month)
7:00 a m.
7 JO pm
rlBST BAPTIST CH11BCB
Margarita Avenue at W Swaai
Rev. WendaU C Paibat, PMtar
Baptist Training Onion
7 .00 o.m
Prayer Service, Wadnesnaye
W M.U., III
O.A.. R.A, Sunbeams,
I JO pm.
Major A Mrs. W. Bishop
15 February Street. Phonal M100J4
Jl:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
1 M, Salvation Meeting
Sdf Mmf c.U Momlay
11:00 HoUness Meeting
Sr. Captain Mm. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone 38-743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sundey School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7 :30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY. C.Z.
Envoy J. Gill
3:00 Sunday School
7 (BO Salvation Meeting
BAThe V. Oac W. Otaan. Mat
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Pastor's phone 2-1486
Church office 2-3236
. huI 7 K to 4:00 p.m. After Rosary aacn eve eve-9:30
9:30 eve-9:30 a.m. Church School rree ous
irlce. cusses ior . w
10:30 ajn.-Worsnip erv.c.
Time Story Hour
itil Primary Childrei
and Primary Children. v.nurcn
Cradle Roll and Nursery
. M Dntt High FCllOWanip.
6 30 n.'m8:00 p.m. Junior High
'ITfe-Scnlor High Fdlowshlp.
Marearita Ave. end Bolivar Hwy.
Re.WTheodor. E. Franklia Pastor
Phones: Office, 3-2842. Res. 3-1498
,U,".nChur:ch School. Bus service.
Clssses: Nursery uuuu,.,
11 uu a.m. Biui."" i .n .hit
Nurren for infants end smsll chll
lloT pm. Junior Fellowship.
6:15 pm Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of auxiliary sc
tjvltl Tand official maetlnp as an announced
nounced announced from week to wee.
GARTvBW.Ik M. Alder-, Partor
O" : 6-470 Raa -1SI
1 30 a.m. Sunday School.
10:40 am. Momlng Worship
Official meetings and week-day tl tl-Titles
Titles tl-Titles as announced.
1 M f-.-
Chrckes at rhe many terrka to lb Canal Zmi, aad the terwlsal artlee
news desk in writing by Wedneedat mm af the UtM of say akeaejee
tor the earning Saturday's ehurek pate.
Ministers, iiartk sscretsriee aad ekaalalas art asked Weran the
ef Panama aad Celea, Republic af Panama, extend a welcome at all
times ta men end wemen of tka armed services, ana' la eivillaa Mkjk
bait, friends aad arrangers.
At a public service, Tka Panama American litta balaw, by Maaml
aatiena, notices at kauri at worship aad atkar rafular activities.
Listing art rotated tram time re rime. Denemlnetiens bavins eat
a ar twa eengreaetioni an Hated ander "Other Ckvrakat a Sarvicaa.
A iparial listing ia included far tsrvicsi at Army pattt. Air area batai
and Naval statlone.
ft. HAXn CHURCH Balboa
Sunday Kaaaaai 1)00, 1:0a 10:00 and
U:00 a.m. .......
Holy dm Hawaii aa aw.
and a:00 p-m.
Coofaatfona: aaturday. 1:30 to J too
and IKK) to 1:00 p nv Thuraday. bate
Tint rriaay: irvo to a:uu p.m
Miraculoua Uadal Nov ana: 74)0 am
Catacnun auaai anar mm iv
Mlgb scnooi anray win tp-n. m
SACKED BEAST Ancon
Sunday Uaaaaai a. T30 A :J0 am
Holy Day maanaai. f M a.m. and 1:00
Goniaaatonai Saturday I JO to l0 and
1 7 Ut t 1.00 p.m. Thunday batora WinX
rriaay two p.m.
Saerad Haart Davottonai tM m
Catachiam Claaai S:lt to :tt pm an
OUR LADY OP FATIMA Caraada
Sunday MaM at S:00 a.m.
Holy Day Man at 8:30 p.m.
Confamlonai (:00 to (:i pm on Sat
urday. m ....
Cataatuam CU aawojur aw m w
BT. JOICFM Paralaa
Sunday Masaaa at 7 KM and I
Holy Day Mam at 8:00 p m.
KM and till am
Waskriiv Hum! ..KMam
Conlamfonai Saturday SJ0 to 4 JO and
In -in tn t-in.
Cataenlam Clami sunaay a:oo to aaw
Uada) Novanai 10 asm.
ST. VINCENTS Paaam City
Sunday Mane: 0:00 and 8 JO am
Holv Dan Maaiaa: 1:30 and 5.-00 D.m.
(It It falls on Saturday the Mum arc
1:00 and 1:30 a.m.)
Confessional Saturday 1:00 to COO and
10:45 a.mW7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursdays batora rum
rnfliv 7 :ao n.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and Bta-
Hons ol the Crcaa: Friday 7 :C0 p.m.
cataenwm uasei jumt m.v am
Convert Clami a aw p.m. jiiimaay ana
ST, THERESA'S CaeeB
tifiriiv Masa: 8:30 a.m.
Holv Day Mass: 6:00 am (It It talis
m Saturdav 8l30 a.m.)
Catechism Class I s:u w e:uv p.mu on
Confessions! 1:00 to 1:30 am Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SAULS
"' Parana Lefevte
m.,t,Amw Mian: 8:30 and 8:10 am
iik iim Mami 8:30 Man.. Thurs.
h .. a. rint svidav mam: 6:00 a.m.
fiaW Da Maaaaai 4:00 am to 4:00
Confesslone: 1:30 te 4 JO and TiUO
Miraeuious Mada Novanai Prlday 10
"'Catechism Clasa: S:S0 p.m. on Sunday
Convert Clam: Monday 7 JO pm
i fioo am
r. umi & n.m.
Z.LtJ.d.' a.tunlav t:30 to 7:80 pm
Thursday before Fteat Friday W PJ"
1 PattuN lasjasjA a 'ImBSl t HID D.OI. nil wihuwj
S.ersd Heart Novanai 10 am on
I Friday. .... .wu
Convert waaai jv
, ST. JOSIPH'S-CoMb
Sunday Masses: 4:45. 1:00 and 8 :15 am
Holy Day Masses: a:a in
T t .il n m
ConesslSns: Saturday 40 to liOO and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Meoal novena swj
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
R.prari Hnrt Novena: rnaay t.w
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 pm
Convert Class: 7:15 pm on Mondays
and Thursdays. ......
Catechism Class I aunaay lu .ia a.m. h
11:45 am 3:00 pm. to 4:00 p.m.
I rtrmt rHilavCxnnsitlon of Most Bless.
led Sacrament all day Reposltloo et 5 JO
I a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our iaay
nt FtlmaThe Holv Rosary 5:00 a m.
rinrt rnmmnnlnn instructions ior cnu
dren Mondays and Thursdays e:uu to
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
nnd. v Masses: 7 KM. 8:00 and 19:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 4:00. '00 em end
Confaaslonai Saturday 4fl0 to 1:00 and
lraculous Medal Novenai 1:11 and
! Catechism Class: After 40 Mam on
Flrt Expogitlon aU day during
the School Year.
Mass at 4:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:30. 9:30, u:b a lu
First Saturday Mass:
Savurday .. 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses' 7:30 a.m.
Confession .. 3:45 p.m. to
Parish Family Rosary epd
7:00 p m
4 set p.m
7 :00 p.m
Discussion Inquiry Group 7 JO pm
1st. Friday Devotions
1st. Saturday Devotions
7 KM p.m
ST VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Mamesei 6:30 am. and 6:00
Holy Day Maasesi 6:00 em. end 40
Confessions! 40 to 6:00 and 7 DO to
4:00 pm Baturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a m. on Sundh
Convert Clasa every Monday at 7:1
Miraculous Medal Novenai 70 era
bacred Heart Novenai 7:00 om on
Sundsv Mass' 4:18 a.m
Holy Dsy Miss; 5:00 p.m.
: a:fo 10 iw pm on aat
4:00 t a on Mpnday
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
6s m hoe
Sunder Masses: 70 and 4 JO ant.
Hely Day Massea: 4:00 am and 6:00
I Caafeaslons Saturday at 70 om' and
I after all evening devottuaa.
stspusms oy appointment.
Miraculous Medal Novanai 70 nm
Sacred Heart Novena: 70 njn on
sunaay scnooi: 1:30 pm. op Sunday,
Religious Instruction Clasa for Chll.
I dren ; 4:00 p,m. on Thuraday.
neuaious instrucuon ror sauna icon icon-ducted
ducted icon-ducted in Spanish): 10 Dm on Morr-
aw la 1
Convert Initructlona by'aprwtataent
Tba St Bar. B. Habat Oaadaa, S.TA.
The Vss7 Rev. Main art J. Petaeeesi,
THE CATHEDRAL 0 ST. MTH
7 JO am Holy commimum.
9:15 am Church School (Holy Com
munion 3rd Bunday).
9:30 am. Santa Communion, Ira Bun-
Escuela Dominica) P:l a m
11:00 a-tn Morning Prayer and Bar
mon, Holy communion in aunoay.
7:00 pm svenina sm v
8 JO a.m. Holy Communion.
7:oo p re. Kvaruna rraysr.
1:00 am Holy Communion.
1:10 a m Holy Communion.
1:11 am Momlnl Prayar.
11:00 Mlo.day Mlasionary Pray era.
Chorch ol St Andrew
Tba Bav William W. Baldwin.
Priest In Charge
Holy Communion ,. f JO am.
Family Prayer and
Church School I JO am.
iAlao Holy Communion fed.
lornlng Prayar as Samon 11M am.
Sunday each month.
Holy Communion ......... a ton am
Chapel at The Good Shepherd
The Rev. Clarence W. Hay as.
Priest la Chares
8:00 am. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
at. Simon's Chntcb
The Rev. John Spear. Priest tn Charge
Chora)' Eucharist ana eer.
Episcopal Young Churchmen
evensong ana Derm on
and FRIDAYS .
MMnni Bravo anal MftIV
Communion J:M a.m.
Evening Prayar 1:00 pm
Woman's Auxiliary. Ind and
Family Eucharist ,.....-..
Office of Compline
St Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear, Priest la
Mnmlna Prava and Cntiren
mon 1: am.
Confirmation Oass JO am
Choral EuehSrlst and Sar-
Evensong and Address
, 7 JO p.m
, 1 JO pm.
Woman's Auxiliary ...
Tmminivi tm FEAST DAYS
Hnly communion mm-
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ten. U B. Shirley, Br) est la Charge
4:30 a m. Holy Communion.
Church of SI. Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
7 50 am. Holv Communion.
9:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday 01
the month 1
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy communion.
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A. Osborne,
8:00 a.m. Choral Kucnarm as Barman
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 rn. Church School
(heid In Building 131)
5:00 m. Youth Fellowship
7:00 i m. Evensong and Address,
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
7:10 pm. woman s Auxiliary ana u u-tar
tar u-tar Guild Matting.
The Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley, Re-tot
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales, Asst.
6:00 a.m. Holy communion
a 'On a m Suna Eucharist At Sermon
10:45 e oi Mornlna Prayar and Church
11:00 nocr Holy Baptism
70 urn solemn
8:30 a.m Holy communion
7 JO p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
:H in Holy Communion
7:00 D.m. Evening Prayar
THURHilAYS AND FRIDAYS
S:30 cm. Holy Communion
6 '00 a.m. Holy Communion.
(Onnoslte Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J, Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
MONDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY
5:40 s.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 s.m. Holy Communion
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
5.40 am. Morning Prayer
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:10 p.m. Evening Pryer A Addrtlt
8:40 a.m. Mornlnt Praver
!:0 in). Children's Eucharist
;00 p.m. Evehlni Prayer
5:40 f.m. Mdrnlng Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
7:30 p.m. Office of Compline.
t Christopher's Church
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Bev Clarence W Hayes,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. Crafts ell,
6:00 am Holy communion.
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Svrmnn.
J"0 am Morning Prsy
4:10 em Iveaootui sued Bum,
i M bjbvim ana are, w asanas' An
aao bob. faaiea Deugniert af aaa
f iSO am. Youtb FaltewsAhv
i:oo a.m. Hoiy communion,
tiOO m tvanlat Prayer and ReUfleui
f :M pm Olrlt Frltndly Sodety.
1 3D m Junta conflnuuaa Class.
ctTCBca op m rasaunb
441 franilpaol St Aneoa, CJL -Rev.
Rhaat O. Nehma, Paatat -Box
Balboa, C.X. Tel. H401
Sunday School ,.,,..,...,. 1:41 aJ
Worahln Sareiea 14:44 ml
Youth Service .,.., 4: pm
Evangellstle Semee t:M pm.
rrayer stmaa, woo. .... rissi pjst
Sunday! am Panamd Wesley.
in;au ija Hiinaav bcbihu.
7:11 pm EvangaUeal Berviea
fliinjtaw V a m Parauua
IV am raraiso aiuniiay aoran,
7:15. pm para iso cvangeueat
a J nj. ,iwk a Dm, VUmi
John Watson B.D. T pm Mr. A. A.
Mondsv. Oct 10th 4:30 am. Frapa
ration Clasa. Mr. Gee. MlteheU. 7:80
p.m. Prayar meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday. Oct. 21st 7:30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
Friday 7J0 pjn-cneir rracnea.
CWURCH OP TUB MAXARBMI
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Bysong
Write: Box 5019 Margarita. CJL
Phena) S-13W ...
Sunday School t'aa a
Mnrnina Wwahhi ;.. 11.-00 S
Evening Serviea .... 7 JO p.m.
NATIONAL "BAPTIST CHVRCM
Panama RJPlro Street East
S4lna Worship am
Sunday Masses t. It llstf
tin Abajo, RF.
10 p m.
MaanHnea fhuradava at 7:14 am and
Sunday at 4:oo pm. wua maaaart
808 Balboa Road. Balboa,
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAT SAINTS (Mermea)
Chanel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday S J0 am.
Bimitae BatuMh Bunda 10:00 am
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 40 am
Kellet Society! wesoay sw am.
MIA: Wednesday 7 JO m.
Primary, Thursday 4:00 pm
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Building' WO, Schoothouee Road, Oatun
Bunaay ocnooij runu.y ".
Sacrament Meetlngi Sunday lltoa I
C7JRUNTJU PROTESt4!fT CRVRCJI
A Warm BnrM CkitfA'
Mltoa K.TLaldlg, alWstat..
ia aa.ma Of. ss-lloS
Bundav Sehool JO am
(A clasa for every age) -Mornlna
Wsrshlo ......... 1 a
v...Mn. wnrahin .7:00 am.
Prayer and Prate (Wad.i t0 pm
A ehurch nursey ta aranaaa,
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCB
Holy neharuti aunaay
Tueadara, Wednaadaye a
Meat latlbatJ CSwhM
. aasnea, u n
THE CHRIST ADFXPHIANS
BMnit Hall Rainbow City
Sunday School ....... J
Morninj 6ervtoa 10 am
ijh ami. ri.HM aaeh
Y :19 a.m
r,..l Q.I.H.. 1 JO D as
Visitors era welcome at all servleei
a. PM tBrraat
Urbantiaclon El Ciaman. Panamd Oty.
informal Tawa ana
rainn. 8h A Front Streets
(upstairs American Sasaer)
Etudy Classes Thuradaya. P
BETHEL MISSION CHTTBCH
Espalsba at, raraiaoi v..
uf.M.ha si. atawart Pal
Sunday) 11:00 a.m. Worship Barriea.
1:00 pm Bunaay acnou.
e.ia nm. rtumal Berviea.
Monday: 7:10 Young Peoples Jfjejatr
Wednesday: 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday I :oo cnon tieneanau.
Friday i 7 JO Woman's Mlasionary So
THE CHURCH OF GOD
15 St- Parque Lefevre, Rio Abao
A. J. Anvtek Overseer
Sis. C. Weeks, Pastor
Bunday Morning Worship 11:90
Sunday School 1:00 p.m
Nunitav Ntaht Service 7:30.
Weekly Service. Nights: Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th St (Monte Oscuro Rd.) -Rio
Rev. William J. Johnson Pester
Bunday School 4:30 am.
Morning Worship 10:10 s.m.
Sundsy Night Serviea .... 7:10 pm.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth St, Colon
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson. Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ......... 10:10 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:10 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mrs. M. Hlnet Paster
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 am.
Sundsy Night Service .... 7:10 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad Its.
Rev. William Livintstoa. pastor
Sunday School 9:10 a.m
Momlng Worship 10:30 a.m
Buhday Night Serviea .... 7:30p.m.
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near Dishla school)
Rev. Carl V. Thempaog. Minister
Box 31. Diablo Hlgnts C.Z.
Phones: Heme, Gambe BIT
ranMb Balboa aztl
eansseey aipie nioyi
prayer Bervtca...w. yaw
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHUtCD
Balboa Read at Wight Street
Rev. Robert F, Oosslck, Pastor
. P.O. BoS (86, Balboa.
Sunday Sehool, Bible Claee 4 a m.
Divine Service 10:11 a.m
Holy Communion, tint Sunday af th
. Coca Sole Chapel
Mr. Frederick S. "lick, Vlrar
Divine Service 11 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday et th
Tr:-;' ,:' v..,.-.' a
Jssrtsa Welfare Baare ana sa.C La
oea baad. Belbaa. X RabW Matbm
Servle sTltdav.-taal slb. awkaaaa.
KelMeaiHh tarsal Ae
iba and lath aaat. Kla
rawuno viw asrvisee IM am
' CtekHaa' Beisaaaa' CtaMkai
Ftrat Chares, at ChrM. Saieaust, Aaeea
p una swuievera
SundaV Sarviaaa 11:0a a.m. saaadav
Readlna Room 404 Balsam Read Oeam
dally eaeept Sundays and holidays tram
:M ta 11:10 am and 1J0 p 1:04 pm.
Saturday! 4:10 to 11:34 am.
Evening Houre 4 04 to 4.-04 p.m. saieept
nwain) ea) aaiuroaye.
' FIRST CRIIRCR OP CIOUST
All ehurch aarvleea will be held ia
the Ground Floor Ream of the Mason ie
Temple tn Criatobal (next doer to the
Margarita Florist). Sntrenee ia an Bal
boa Avenue through the Arcade.
Sunday Barrage iiaa am- ;
Wadnaadav Evanlnl TaatlsBenJal Meet
tag 1:00 a'cloek. .
Sunder Seheol la halt at t:ta am.
Readlna Raeaa Hours Monday 1:00
ta 4.D0 p.m. Wednesday 1:04 ta 7:11
You are eerdially Invited ta attend
the aarrieaa and se use the Reading
Ports and Bases
ma ait inns.
sunaay scnooi an
Morning Worship ,.. 14.60
Church-time Nunary Seheal.., 10:04
aunaav aoneei taniuaiaa Ha,
1941 7. 40
Morning Woxahlp ,,a.i..M.. 14J4
Thursday Evening Mid-Waal
Youth FellowehiB Sunday .... 44
sunaay acneei ee
Mornlna Wceahia 14 J4
Evening Worship 14
Worship Ssrvice, Maddaa Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Hata .... 4:15
Christian Youth Fallewahia .... 4:04
Soldier's FeUowship-rThurs. .. T0
Offlesr'a Christian Union Thurs. 8:pa
ALBROOK AIR FORCB BASS
Sunday School ................. twi
Anuit Bipie cum incw ciuoi.. wv
Mornlna Wenhia 9 J4 A 10:45
US. NAVAL STATION, Bedmaa
sunaay acnooi ;v
Morning Weeahlp .............. US)
Holy Cconmunioa First Sunday
18th ND HKADOOARTRRS CRAPRL
Mamus worsaip aiaa
commuruea rirei aunaaj
Havel RadU Station. Summit.,. SiBt
11111 Mesa 4:10
Sunday Masses 7:00 a:sa
Cnnfaailana. Baturda ...8:10 7:90
Sunday 44 1:3
uauy ataaa ......,.,....... owe
BnnSa Mamae 7:41 as 40
Confesslona-Saturday .. 4J0 at 44
Dallv Mam ana
Saturday Masses 40
Hiinilav Maasea 1:00 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .... I'M
Cenfessloda Saturday . 4:00 es llSO
Sunday Mass 19 law
ALB HOOK AIR FORCB BARB
Dally Mass aw
Raturdav Masa 7:00
Sunday ussisa riaa es i.vm
O.S. NAVAL STATION. Redpvaa
Sunday Mass ....,,..
ALBROOK An FORCB BAM
Sunday1 School Bldg. Ml ....
Praver FallowahTo Blda. asl
Tuesday T 4
KYSBWednssday Pott Chape! 4J4
Choir Practtta Wadnaaday
Post Chapel .................. TM
Sunday School ..v.. :14
Morning Worship 10:44
Youth TallowshlB. Bunday .... 4:30
Bible Study, Wadnaaday ...... YJ4
Ledlea Chapel GuUd. 1st Thurs. 140
D.S. NAVAL STATION, Cote Sola
Sunday School 4J4
Morning Worship 110
Holy Communloa Ftrat Sunday
Sunday Masses g:w ana p:o
DaUy Mam 4:10
Saturday Mala 11 :M
Confasslons (Sat.) 11:04 and 4:W
U.S. NAVAL STATl6n, Cose Bala
Saturday Mam .................
Sunday slam ...................
Greek Orthodox services are aonduet-
td at the Church af the Anunoiation,
Via Ballsario Porraa, $aa Francisco da
la Caleta, Panama City, RJ, and at
lha Chdrcb of St. Anthony, Avenlda
Melendet, Colon, R.P., en alternate Bun.
can tne utiice ot tna Army Vhapisia
days at 1:30. For further inldnnaUetv
Weekly Services in aU thurchee
. as llw(
Sabbth .School 9:10
4:10 a rA
uivine oervice 1
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MA 17 thftrriia glut V ?
bio NuevO 1 A St. Patwdea ifd and 4A
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PahamA Call barldn No. a
Pedrfaal A Nueve Guerarf
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Cristobal kngllshltth A Bolivar Ave
Cristobal Spanish isth A Bolivar Ave.
484 CavUaa RoadVTel, Af 34131
Chipliini st vtrioui Ctsal Zsfts
muiury iBsUUations hiva bisr-
Bad sa 4xt4niiT4 rtliiioui pro pro-frsm
frsm pro-frsm durini tbt Chrutmit 148-
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Sp4clil CathoUt ChriitntM set set-iviti44
iviti44 set-iviti44 at Fort Amador will rIiB
at :0 p.m. tomorrow with ctroi-
ibc by suoaay scbooi enuartB w
lowtd by s Yulttids party at
QuarUrs U B. rrom 11 to U.SQ
p.m., Cbriitmas Xvt. 4oaf4iioni
will bo bald, to b4 foUowtd uj
carols by us cbolr and aoiama
midnight maia. slIorHiBi maivi
wiu m btid at 1:10 on Dae.
and 11:J0 on Dae. M asd T:M on
Protaatant obMrviBeM Btf aa
Dae. 14 with t proatntatioa of tba
cttmitmaa story mm at tna sun
day School buildini Oa tomor
row at a.m.. Chnitmas suBday
School wUl bo bold, to ba follow-
d by 10 o clock worship; mutie
wilt bo provldad by the cbapai
choir. Tha Sunday School children
will present a Chriatmaa paieant.
''Chrutmaa is For Everyone" oa
the chaper lawa at : 10 la the
evening. Carouag feativitiea will
besia at I p.m. on Dee. 23, and
obeervaaes of Chnitmii Eva wul
take place at I a.m.
Pert Clayteat Cathalle oiaerv
anaat will Bpeti wttti the tratll tratll-trenel
trenel tratll-trenel Chriatmaa Ivo mMrslfht
mata et Hilt, On Chrlstmaa
Day, two maaiaa era seMeVilet)
tM and ISill a.m. A mamlnt
mail en J art. 1 la t take pleea
.at 1:10 at fBrt Clayton and a
HiSS ma44 at Cereael will eon
elude the helldey warehia.
Two activities af scheduled to
be held for thoao of Proteatant
(41th oa Ghrlatmas Sunday. .At
10:15 a.m.. the traditional Sunday
aervlce will be held with muiic
provided by the chapel and Junior
choira. At f p.m. choir anthems
will be sung by the two choirs and
will be followed by the high school
group piay, "jno noom in tne
Hotel." The youaier set will en
fast ia nogtwide caroliai oa the
mignt et tne aaro at T'.ao o ciock.
Chriitmai Eve cindlelifht nrvie-
es will take place at f o'eloclc.
Concluding the aeaaonai rroten-
tnt lervlceg will be the watch'
night services held at T on Dee.
Catholic Berionaei and depend
onti at Fort ICobbe have a cboicf
of thrw morning measei tomor
row. Th times are: T:45, 9:15
aad 11:4S. During the next
three mornings l:lg miiwi will
be held followed by two eonfea
liofial Deriod4. 1:30 D.m. and I
and midnight mats en the 4th
Two meites are scheduled lot
Christmas morning; and January
t o'clock and 11:45 a.m.. I and
11 a.m. respectively.
A Christmas pageant by the
Sunday School at 7:30 p.m. and
caroling at the Services Club at
8:30 ire scheduled for tomorrow.
At 3:45 p.m. Dec.i 22. the senior
choir broadcast will be carried by
CFN. A 10 o'clock candlelighting
service is scheduled for Christ
mas eve with conclusion of the
Christmas religious observance
the following morning at 10.
, Confessions will be heard at
Fort Gulick Chapel at noon and
6:30 p.m. Christinas eve and,. Dec.
37. At 11:15 p.m., Chriatmaa. eve
caroli will be presented by the
choir, preceding a high mass of
the nativity at the Catholic Chapel.
Low mass is scheduled at. 10 o' o'clock
clock o'clock the following morning,' Low
and high masses will again be
celebrated at 8:30 and 9:30 a.m.
Dec. 3S. The Catholic season will
conclude Jan? 1 with the 11 o'clock
A Sunday School pageant and
Christmas exercise at 7 p.m. to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow aet off fee Protestant
holiday aeason. It is to conclude
on Dec. 24 with evening caroling
(1:30 to 10:30) followed by refresh refreshments
ments refreshments at post chapel, and the
candlelight service st 11:30.
Services st the Balboa Union
Church thia Sunday morning at
10:30 a.m. will celebrate th birth
The Cruiaders ehoir. under the
direction of Mra. Lawrence Horme
will aing "Underneath The Stars"
by Brown and "Hark Mow O
Shepherde" by Ferno.
The adult choir under tha direc
tion of Nell V. Brahstetter will
sing "And the Glory of the Lord'
and "Hallelujah Chorui" from
"The Messiah" by Handel and
lira. Maxwell T. Smith will sing
an Offertory solo "He Shall Feed
Hii Flock" alio from The Mei
The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen. pastor
of tne Balboa union cnurch will
preach a special Christmas ser sermon,
mon, sermon, entitled, "From Manget to
evening at 7:30 p.m.. a
"Once Upon a Chriatmaa
va." will be presented.
The pageant is being directed
by III44 Loii V. McClure, director
of lhriiUiB education.
Further notice will be given re regarding
garding regarding the traditional Chriitmai
service which begins with caroling
on tha church atepa at 10:30 p.m,
and U p.m. aervlce in the iane
tuary featuring "A Service of Ca Caroli
roli Caroli And Candlea." r
AxriBjepieRtt are ujddnriy to
soil aa euboratt asl iraprdtsJvt
lunrij ChHstmas service i
fBursliy at 5 a.m. to usher la tla
Chriitmai dwn. ' .v'
All choiri of the church are rd rd-hiarilag
hiarilag rd-hiarilag to take pirt in the
grand procdsiion aid the grand
million, both of which be a de departure
parture departure from the traditional order.
The combined chain will render
the appropite muiical lelictioni
and Chriitmai caroli amidit the
linglng of (he congregation.
The Rev. Sealeyri lermon topic
for this service will bat "The
Wonders of ChitpUaas.,,.'J,:.
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wHi;,rwHf iru w. ist av( f
iceai at 11 a.m. and at 7:10 p.m.
itev. Beaiey i sermon topic v wiu
be: "A aonf of Croat Magnitude"
and at the night serviee, ; "The
Inni of Ixelusion sod Inclusion''
The nnual Chriitmn cantata
will be sung tomorrow evening
In the Curundu Protestant
Church. This servlct will begin
promptly at 7 p.m. Music by the
choir will beeln with tha Dm.
phecy of the coming of Christ,
His birth, the adoration of the
shepherds, and the visit of the
Wise Men. .. i v-v
Thert Will be a number of art.
los, both men and women, dueta.
tastruroentsj muale including
the violin and ; trumpatv The
gcryice wui Dtgin wim cong rega rega-tioflai
tioflai rega-tioflai singing of the traditional
Chriatmaa hymns. Th public la
invited. t j
Tomorrow momlnt at a- a the
Spanish Sunday School will
meet tinder the direction of Mr.
ana Mrs. wunarn Eve. The Kn.
liah Sunday School will besln at
b.-su wim a ciaig ior every age
The ehoir will sins' "it Came
Upon A Midnight Clear" under
the dlrectioh of; Mrs. Harold A
noipn 8i me Morning worship
eervice. ourinr wis service-at 11
a.m. Mr. and Mra. Harold Cas
per, wno win work witn tne mis.
sionary radio station TONA in
Guatemala, will be presented to
the congregation. Mrs. Casper
will play a violin number during
the aervlce. "What t)ots Christ
mas Really Mean" will be the
subject of the ihornimr message
by the Rev. Milton K. Leldlg.
The Youth Fellowships of the
chureh will meet at 6 p m, un
der the direction of adult lead-
are ana worxen.
STEAK RCSS RISB
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to an allrtime record of 45 centi
a pound, up 300 per tent linte the
iwai oc me year.
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THE END OF YOUR SEArlCH FOR A FRIENDLY
8:20 & 10:40 CHRISTMAS SERVICE
"THE GREATEST NIGHT OF ALL THE YEARS"
No life in all history has seen a man born whose life
is a challenge to all venerations, like the life of Jesus
Christ Some men have challenged the people of Ills
day, but Christ alone has challenged all men.
ADULT CHOIR CHAPEL CHOIR
CHILDREN CHAPELMr. R. L. Snyder 10:40 Service
9:30-SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes tor all ages)
Teaching the whole counsel of God in a spirit of
dedication and consecration: both you and your
children will be able to tell the dlfferertce. 1
6 :30 -BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Where eyeryono learns together and makes practical
the teaching of the Scripture.
7:30 CHRISTMAS CONCERT
ADULT CHOIR AND SOLOISTS
Mrs. Robert Chipman Directing
Mrs, Delmas Swafford Organist
Everyone Welcome Nurseries Provided
. YOU ARE I NVITI D TO WORSHIP
. YOU ARE INVITED TO WORSHIP
8:30 Spanish SUNDAY SCHOOL English 9:30
Christ is presented every Sunday as the Saviour. He is
hot a seasonal character in our S. a teaching. Your
family needs to corns whero the Bible is faithfully
11 :00 WHAT DOES CHRISTMAS REALLY MEAN?
You will want to hear this message from God's Word.
What does Christmas mean to those outside of Christ, to
th Christian, and to Ood. Come and hear the truth
6 :66 JfiT CADETS AND HIGH SCHOOL
7:uO-CHftISTMAS CANTATA by the CHOIR
, yeurheirt Will rejoice to heir the message Of Christmas
'. in Music. Sblos,' instruments,! numbers, and cOnRrega cOnRrega-jtibnal
jtibnal cOnRrega-jtibnal singing will inspire you, v' : r i
- Redeemer Ralboa
'Balboa Road at Wight It.
Sunday, DeJ tl, f p.m.
f CHRISTMAS EVE
. Candiellght Service
with Holy Communion
Wednesday, Dec. 24, 11 p.m.
Thursday, Dee. 18,
. : ' T
Ceee Solo Chapel
Coco Solo, Canal Zone
Sunday, Dee. II, 7:30 pjn,
' CHRISTMAS EVE
Wednesday, Dee. 24, (:30 p.m.
with Holy Communion
Thursday, Dee. 25, loioo a.m.
"OH COME UfcT US
tlton ft Vleken. Am't Pastor
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Garden Club Set
For Old Year's:
Dance December 31
' The Pat Morgan Garden Club
of Rainbow City announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday that reservations for itn
Old Year's dance may still be
made through member of the
The semi-formal ''Old Fashion Fashioned
ed Fashioned Ball" will be held at the Wash.
, ington Hotel, and dancing stsrts
at 10 p.m. lasting until 6 a.m. The
Sodoramiea oreheitra will furniih
the musix. s
Patroni will be, allowed to bring
The U. 8. Army Caribbean of officers
ficers officers were promoted this week.
Headquarter!, USARCARIB an
nounced.' . f . f
Receiving promotion to major
wai Capt. Joe K. Proctor of the
U. S. Army Minion to Bolivia.
Promoted to captain wai Jit
Lt.- James H. Hetherly assigned
to Company D, 14th Armor at
Fort Kobbe. -. -
saii. Liquor, beer and light re refreshments
freshments refreshments however, will be avail available
able available it the hotel bar.-
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tnair own macki, a spokeimanduring the evening.
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- REENLlSTMENTS within tbt past few days, the 4th Can BttUOoa, 111th Artillery, hat
had five nambere of the organisation reenllit In the U.S. Army. Shown here congratulating
one of the reenlisteea, Tta Isaac Martin, C Battery, la Lt. Col. Wendell P. Knewlee, battalion
commander. Other reenlisteee, left to right, are Sgt. Robert 0. Link, A Battery; Pfe. Walne B.
Koakl Jr., Headquarter! Battery and SpS Raymond G. Crawford and Sp4 Thomas I. Napier,
D Battery. (17.8. Army Photo). r'.
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STJARTERMASTKK AWARDERS In certmonlek held In the office of Lt Col. Russell W.
nger, chief of the supply division, 17.8. Army Caribbean Quartermaster Section, four
employes were presented 'with awards for suggesting time and money saving Ideas. Those
who received cash and Department of the Army Suggestion Award Certificates, shown with
Heehlnger are (left to right): Henry 8. Lum of S3 14th Street, Paitllla; Lionel G. Williams
of San Miguel; Miss Bertha Jane Mclntire; and Herman E. Pena of 12 Peru Avenue, Panama
City. Lum is a statistical draftsman, Williams a supervisory supply clerk. Miss Mclntire a
supervisory clerk; typist and Pena la a property aconnting clerk. (U.S. Army Photo).
Chlnssc Reds Admit
Unrest In People's
TOKYO (ITPIV-Communlst Chi China
na China admitted yesterday that serious
problems aod doubts had devel developed
oped developed ever the "people's com communes"
munes" communes" system which forced a
half-billion Chinese peassats into
giant labor camps.
The 'all-powerful Central Com Committee
mittee Committee of toe Chlaase Communist
Party acid in a re solution con concerning
cerning concerning the communes that there
were many "skeptics and doubt doubters",
ers", doubters", especially among the urbaa
Intellectuals aod "capitalists."
The committee aaid a disunity
of views had developed between
the party and the people, and
among party members t a e m m-eelves
eelves m-eelves by driving the peaoaata too
hard and too fast.
The party ateroly ordered its
members "to tidy up the peo people's
ple's people's communes in their areas"
by April, 1158. It gave no indies indies-tion
tion indies-tion of what would bapen te them
after that deadline.
The 33-page r e a e 1 a 1 1 e a was
adopted Dee. 10 at the same
meetings that resulted la Com Communist
munist Communist bits Mao Tse-tung'i decl decl-munist
munist decl-munist boss Mao Tserung's deei deei-to
to deei-to devote full time to his job as
psrty ehsirman, The resolution
was broadcaat vosterdsv bv the
Communist New China news
u nointinf out the wMmi
the committee ssid that "alien
class elements. .have smuggled
themselves into the leadership of
the commune operations.
There bss been sneeulstie thit
populir dissatisfaction over the
communes prompted Mao to re relinquish
linquish relinquish the time-consuming gov-
nuneni cnairmanMip so ne eould
concentrste bis efforts on ironing
out difficutlles connected with the
ew countrywide system.
Recent travelers la Communist
China hsve reported much discon discontent
tent discontent among the people over -the
commune aystem with its forced
labor, drab camp life and destruc destruction
tion destruction of the ismiiy ties that have
been the backbone of Chinese cul culture
ture culture for generations.
VANDENBERG AFB, Calif.
An Air Force spokesman, on the
auccesstul firing of two so-ton
Thor Intermediate range ballistic
weapons into the .Atlsntic lad Pa Pacific
cific Pacific oceans:
"The missiles went right down
the pickle barrel."
VE WILL BE
s TOMORROW r
From 9 -12 and from2 6
Take advantage of these extra shopping
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Murderer 01 Models
Calm At Sentencing
SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI)
"There sfe some crimes so re-
voltinr that the only proper pun pun-i.hm.nt
i.hm.nt pun-i.hm.nt ii the death penalty. As
I sat here and heard tape morn
ings 'In which the defendant tow
bow he Wiled these girls, I aa
shocked. I hope 1 never have to
hear such testimony again."
Superior Judge John A. Hewick-
r;-a veteran 01 cnmmai uuu,
utterea tnose woros yeeterasy
he sentenced Harvey M. Glatman
to death in the gss ensmoer.
Glatmsn, Si; ol l-oi Angeies.
heard the death penalty without
showing enjr outward concern.
Tfia iusared television repair
man was as calm io the face of
death ai he was in relating w po po-lii
lii po-lii officers how he kidnaped
and raped three young Los Ange
les area models curing a one yesr
period, forced them to pose in the
nude while he photographed them
and then killed them.
He itrengled tn attractive wo
men wltn a rope ana aumipea
their bodies in isoisiea oeseri
YES...! We have
for every occasion
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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. Dr. Dale
Alford,; write in candidate who de defeated
feated defeated U.S. Rep. Brooks Hayi
(D-Ark.) In the November elec election,
tion, election, on efforts te deny him s
seat in Congress:
"D-Day has arrived in this cold
war to test our American tradi traditional
tional traditional way of life. I pledged 'o
tho voters. .to fight for our
stales rights. I was honestly
BERKELEY, Calif. Mrs.
Madeleine Hampton, after her
husband shot to death Wolfcans
Ludwig Mars, whom she loved:
"l never had a real lover until
Wolfgang came along."
WASHINGTON a.B. OH n
Johnston (D-S.C.I. after commend.
ing Jerome B. Caplin, brother of
cartoonist AI Capp, for his frank
ness in admitting past Commu Communist
nist Communist Party affiliations before the
Senate internal security suWm.
"Go. and sit) an mare."
NORFOLK, VsJudge Savory
E. Amato, dismissing disorderly
conduct ebsrges lodged against
woman for kissing a ssilor in
"If kissing is disorderly, there
are lot of people in trouble."
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; 11-18 Centrsl kynl (BesidaAmSdoV'ThfAtrs)
Only the body of blonde Judy
Ann Dull. 19, wai" accidentally
discovered in a shallow grave
near Indio north of here. The body
was lo badly decayed that police
were unable to identify her and
Jt was not known, she had been
muraerea uniu uiavmsn i arresv
He led police to the remains, of
his two other victims after his
urrest. only .Dieaeneo nones re remained.
mained. remained. f
The victim s, sntriey Ann
Brldgeford, J4. mother of two
children, and Ruth Rita Mercado,
14. had been listed by .police as
missing until Glatman was caught
whilev be attempted to ewiuex a
fourth victim. .'!'-':'
Then he told police all and
with no apparent remorse.: since
h i irrit he has insisted that ne
wsnU t die in the gas chamber
rather thin spend life In prison.
' He refused to plead -hwoewlt bt
reason of insanity and a eeurt-
te6iated STChlstrist bail ruled
he i legally saae, although1 two
deens psychiatrists have indict indicted
ed indicted they believe him insane. ;
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tai Uikoyan arrived yesieraay oy
plane from Moscow to participate
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tai Mikoyan arrived yesterday by
olahe from Moscow to psrticlp
in ceremonies marking the found
ing of the Polish Cemmuniat Par Party
ty Party 40 yrs ao.
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Second Place Carta Vieja Tries To
TBS VAX AMI AMERICA!? AH IKDEPEXDENT DAILYKEWSPAKW zii
Yankees To Battle Brewers
In Rescheduled Ball Game
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
The second-place Carta Vieja Yankees, a half
game behind the league-leading Kings, today looked
forward to a win over last-place Cerveza Balboa to tonight
night tonight to move into a tie with the front runners.
Tonight's contest is the game that was postpon postponed
ed postponed last "Sunday. The Yankees' Bob Frederick (0-0),
and Cerveza Balboa's Georges Maranda (2-0), who
should both have been starting hurlers in last night s
rained-out bargain bill, will open on the mound.
Carta Vieja should have played
Marlboro In last night's lldlifter
and Cerveza Balboa was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to meet the Kings in the
afterpiece, but heavy rains which
fell early In the afternoon left
the grounds in an unplayable
condition. i, .
The schedule will still be two
games behind after tonights
Both teams in tonight's con contest
test contest were losers In their last ap appearances.
Carta Vieja dropped a deci decision
sion decision 6-2 to the Kings Thursday
to lose the lead, and Cerveia
Balboa was defeated by Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro 6-3 Wednesday.
According to an unconfirmed
report, Jesse Gonder, Cerveza
Balboa's hard-hitting receiver,,
plans to quit the club and re return
turn return to his U.S. home next week.
"Personal reasons" is the ex explanation
planation explanation given for Gonder's
b h hr rbi pact.
proposed departure and it is be believed
lieved believed that he is dissatisfied a a-bout
bout a-bout the general front office office-player
player office-player situation.
If the catcher leaves, the
burden of the backstopplng
duties will fall on manager
Leon Kellman, and the State State-sider's
sider's State-sider's explosive bat will be
surely missed by the team
which has enough troubles al already.
The Beermen, picked as the
team to beat by the experts be before
fore before the season started, became
even bigger favorites when they
won their first two starts.
But they fell Into an early early-liimn
liimn early-liimn and droDDed five
straight games before they could
win again- ana ai present
are two and a half games off
tvi- nor with a 4-7 record.
The club's poor showing has
put the harried Kellman in
the front office doghouse, but
the general feeling seems to be
that the veteran pilot Is not at
fault and is the victim of a bum
Although three key players
Hector Lopez, Clyde Parris and
Gonder are among the batting
leaders, the team as a unit has
not been coming through.
(Include- all games).
Pitching has been shaky, key
hits have been lacking and
shoddv fielding and baserun baserun-ninr
ninr baserun-ninr have contributed greatly
to the team's setbacks.
Actuallv though, the CB posi position
tion position in the standings Is not so
They have played only 11
games and have 25 left to go
The team has good potential and
the picture could change com completely
pletely completely over the next couple of
,.vk if thv find themselves
!262 and get off on a reasonable
I winning streak.
YES...! We have
ly TRIVOR SIMONS
Intericholastic baseball got un underway
derway underway with very little fanfare at
Balboa Stadium Tuesday night
with the Bulldogs from BHS taking
the first game against Junior Col College
lege College in quest of a repeat baseball
This year's interschool sched
ule consists of an unprecedented
12 games per team with Cristobal,
Balboa and Junior College each
listed to play, the other six times.
The purpose of this move was to
satisfy the complaints or many
varsity players who claimed that
a six-eame schedule hardly pro
vided the necessary play to justi
fy getting into shape.
And speaking ot getting uuo
shape, the Tigers from Cristobal
High have been staging a losing
battle with the weather and, with
the season already underway, have
not had an opportunity to play
even one intersquad game. A pair
of Blue and Gold games and a
scheduled contest against Army A A-tlantic
tlantic A-tlantic all went down the drain
when the clouds opened up on
the Gold Coast.
Coach Ingram has managed to
set his boys to do some running
and throwing and most of them
will be in shape physically; how
ever, without a test under fire the
Tieer coach has been unable to
settle on his No. 1 team and pick
out his first line pitchers. If there
is not any change in the weather
conditions on the Atlantic Side, and
no change seems immediately
forthcoming, the, Cristobal Tigers
will probably go into their first
game of theseason Monday night
without any certainty or oieir ca
Dabilities under fire.
With little to go on as he has
seen so far, coach Ingram win
probably open his interscholastic
season on reputations alonge
Brian Lutz, freshman sensation
with a fine pitching record in teen
age ball, will more than likely
draw the starting assignment. If
Lutz starts it will be his first
start in varsity competition. His
two most reliable performers and
the hie euns of anv Dossible user
attack, are Donald Humpnrey ano
Humphrey did most of the eaten
mg last year, Out will proDaDiy.
be twice as valuable for tnis year s
team at second, base. Humphrey
has always been a good glove man
and has a fine throwing arm. Ku
lig will be his double-play partner
but Keith's baseball powers aren't
limited to the infield, inougn .were
is no denying he will field and
throw with the best in the league,
Kulig is a good moundsman too
and might just draw the start
ing role. If he does Jim McGloin
will be shifted into the short-stop
position: but if Kulig remains
short-stop, McGloin will still be
in the thick of things, seeking
earn the first bse position. Dick
Vinas is another hold-over from
the 1957-58 club. He plays a good
outfield, hits well and providi
the Tigers with a second left-hand
But this is all speculation for
Ingram has not even finished cut
ting his squad much less selecting
his top performers for each posi position.
tion. position. And so he meets Balboa High
Monday night in an undecided
status, banking heavily on his re
turning letter-men to bolster the
inexperience of the many newcom
ers that will try to bring Cristobal
their second varsity title of the
1958-59 school year.
Dalton Defeats Sandy Hinkle
In Marathon 54-Hole
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GARRIDOS IN THE NEWS Gil CJonzalo Garrido, Panama's
Physical Education and Sports director (right), ; and his son
Gil Gonzalo Jr., have made news recently. The elder Garrido
who was a star professional ball player up to about 12 years
ago,ihas been Invited to Spain to have a picture of his life
filmed. Now occupying a seat in the National Assembly, Garri Garrido
do Garrido traveled extensively' in Europe two years ago, where he
served as a baseball Instructor. Young Garrido,-an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding amateur league shortstop, has played ball in Europe and.
may accept an offer from the San Francisco Giants to Join
their organization. '; V
Gordon Dalton. in a tremendous
ly strong finish, defeated Sandy
Hinkle by a s ana score a marathon-
54-hole, first round match
in the 1959 A. .. li. Keynoias
"King's Ransom-House of Lords"
tournament, which was completed
The match between 1 these; two
had developed a .large amount
of interest Hinkle missed win
ning the amateur championship of
tne ls.e ranama upen oy miss
ing a 3-foot putt on No 18 green,
and is considered one of the fin finest
est finest of thev new crop of younger
players on the Isthmus. He has
played in and made a fine rec
ord in several golf tournaments
on the East Coast and recently
participated in the Mexican
championship, and returned to the
istnmus only tnis past sunaay
from Colombian tournament play
to play in the 1958 King's Ran
som-House of Lords tournament.
Dalton's victory was somewhat
unexpected, since Hinkle plays
with a handicap of two, and de
spite Dalton's five-stroke advant advantage
age advantage due to his 7 handicap it was
presumed that Hinkle a master
of all the golf shots, would polish
off the "Las -Cumbres tenor
- In the first 18 holes, played
last Sunday, Dalton has his young younger
er younger opponent down 5 before Hin
kle was able to finally pull even.
The second 18-hole affray, played
Wednesday, also ended in a tie
at the end of 36 holes with Gor
die: taking advantage of his
III.WIIIIII I II I I I I 'l i 1 1' '
strokes to keep even with
ST. LOUIS (UPI) Slater
Martin of the St. Louis Hawks
holds the record for having play
ed in the most (88) National Bas
ketball Association playoff games
during his career.
MUSIAL GETS AWARD
NEW YORK (UPI) -Stan Mu Mu-sial
sial Mu-sial of the St. Louis Cardinals has
been chosen 1958 winner of the
Sportsmanship Brotherhood's an annual
nual annual award for outstanding sports
Victor Mature in
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LOTTBfRY NIGHT 1
with Kurt Jergens
By VICTOR M. CAREW
In attempting to diagnose the
reason or reasons for Cerveza
Balboa's disappointing showing
after the club was rated one of
the strongest favorites to' win we
have had to listen to different o o-pinions
pinions o-pinions from some observers.
The diagnosis was broken down
into several factors and the con con-cesus
cesus con-cesus is ,that the .club is hurting
hitting and catching. The unstea unsteady
dy unsteady play of Clarence Moore at
short was given great considera consideration
tion consideration but the observers feel that
imnrnvpmnt in hitting and Leon
Kellman's return to duty behind
the Dlate would more than com
pensate for Moore's shortcomings.
Many feel that the club has
not ben hitting consistently e e-nough
nough e-nough and result the
greater percentage of Beermen
left on the base wer aboard
before two outt were made.
There is no denying the fact
that this has been the case and
It certainly stacks up as a rea reason
son reason of tremendous Importance.
Another reason of equal signi
ficance, as agreed upon by the
keener observers, is the matter
of the catching. After the club
acauired the services of Jesse
Gonder. Kellman benched himself
because of the better hitter that
Jesse is. Kellman felt that the
sacrifice of smart receiving and
fair hitting for greater power
and fair receiving would nave
made matters eas for the club,
but this has not developed.
An impartial comparison of
these two receivers discloses that
Kellman is better, both mecha mechanically
nically mechanically and in the matter of hand handling
ling handling pitchers, not to mention his
ability in making plays in his a-
rea. One of the symbols of re respect
spect respect for a smart receiver is the
confidence his batterymates place
in him by seldom shaking oft
hjs signals. Pitchers working with
Kellman have learned to rely al almost
most almost exclusively on him to sig signal
nal signal the pitches on every hitter.
Leon is one of the better catch catchers
ers catchers in the league when it comes'
to knowing the weaknesses of hit hitters.
ters. hitters. Gonder has not shown great
mechanical ability and the pitch pitchers
ers pitchers shake him off quite frequent frequently.
ly. frequently. Whether the calls they shake
off would have been more help helpful
ful helpful than those they threw is hard
to determine but what we aim ttf
i i i i 1 1. . .. J I
esiauiisn is inai puuiieis, rejjaiu rejjaiu-less
less rejjaiu-less of their ability or experience,
generally look forward to throw throwing
ing throwing 95 percent of the calls of the
In addition to all this and still
on Hit matter of catching, we
can also point out that Kell Kellman
man Kellman is very adept at coaching
pitchers who suffer control trou troubles.
bles. troubles. It has often been said
that he knows how to nurse a
pitcher throughout a game in
order to tt the best out of
him. i '!":','
These are some of the tangi
bles and intangibles with which
a catcher should be equipped if
he is .to be considered a part of
the down-the-middle strength of
the club. Gonder, no doubt about
it is a good hitter, and. from an
offensive standpoint is an asset
to the club. We believe his utili
zation in another position, at
times, maybe the outfield, would
probably turn out to be more
helpful to. the club. Thse observa
tions impress us as being logical,
although they cannot be consider
ed a positive cure for the ills of
The final 18-hole session found
Hinkle nlaying steadily and well,
but Dalton was completely "on
his game and in the words of
Hinkle: "Gordie shot par golf at
me all afternoon, and with 5
strokes, that's murder." The
match was close, however, with
Dalton's putter, despite the hea
vy downpour at the Panama
Club during .early afternoon work
By virtue of his win over the
very strong Hinicie, Dalton a a
vances to the second round of
the tournament, where he will
meet Paul Moran. who also has
a 7 handicap. v
Other matches listed for play
in the Second round of the tour
nament this week end at the Pa
nama eourse are:
unamwonsnpip Mignu vames
(5) vs Dr. A. (Negro) Arias (5);
J. J. Vallarino (11) ts Jimmy
DesLondes 4); T. M. Ashton 5)
vs Jeff Wine 8)J, Torres 0) vs
Hurr 5); M; A. de Janon, 11) vs
F. Harrington io; or. Massot
7) vs J. Olsen 8); LeBrun 4)
vs Glelchmann 11.
Second Flight: Chandeck 13
vs Berger (23): C. ,. Pax Rodri
guez (16) vs H. Fidanque Stan
Fidanque (19) vs Baldwin (19)
Dr. Correa (16) vs Pio Arango
(17); J. Valdes (15) vs C. Kline
(13); Dr. Carrizo (16) vs Bob
C. Orillac 18); Dr. Vivas (12) vs
J. J. Vallarino m (18).
In the ladies' flight, Bev Dilfer
will meet Kay Purdy, and Ginny
Senn win play Phyl Mansfield.
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LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
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7 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1951
TEE PANAMA AMERICAN
MS INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Moore -Calls Tighter Of Year
AWard My Richest Reward'
C.F.M. Radio-TV ;
The Caribbean Forces Network
has announced the following sports
schedule for the week:
Sunday, Dec. 21 Football:
Cleveland Browns va New York
Giants, 1:45 p.m.
Saturday, December 27 Foot Football:
ball: Football: Blue-Gray Bowl Game, 1:45
Fridav. DecAmher M Wrt.
' ; Teem Standing
- Taae Battarv :.. '.. ... ..27.. IS
Chirks' Beauty Shoo vv: 27 IS
-Mimmax -, ii 21
APA 21 21
1 Tahiti, Jewelry"? "y-'
Colonial Insurance 18 24
S Tasm, Nn I 18 24
b SDaldi-e Dot v 1 2?
, x.' i; i High Averages j
5 Baker v
' Damiaa ,
, Jiitchusson, m
"V Tate Battery 1
Colonial Insurance 1
J-V.lr.nio1 TnturOfi IKXUed
selves a non-shut-out policy and
woo the .middle fame from Tas Tasco
co Tasco Battery. This also enabled
Charles Beauty Shop to tie Two
Battery for the first half title in
v the Pacific Cosmopolitan Mucea
League.Bud Baker and Ed Lo Lo-wande
wande Lo-wande sparked Tasco Battery whil
Bob Toland and Hay Thompson
Wielded the heavy pencils, for toe
; policy writers.;; r ; j i
Tasco Battery: Balcer 581, Lang
884, T. Lowande 393, Ev Lowande
865,iDamian 562. ;? ;. 7
Colonial Insurance: Klumpp 453,
Blind .384, Keeler 422, Thompson
509, Toland 527. ) '
Charles' Beauty Shop 3 Minimal
Sine taking, on. a, sponsor. Mi Mi-nimax
nimax Mi-nimax has pnly won one and. teat
five. In this, match the 42 pin nan-
1 dicap fonly figured in the first
came. Each, team had two men
over 500. Ai Eoberta' and Fplger
for Charks 'Beauty Shop aqdM
Coffey nd Ted Schmidt for Mini Mini-max.
max. Mini-max. ' ''. ,-..., :
Charles? .Beauty .Shop: ; A, Ro Roberts
berts Roberts 5554 B, Robert? 48S ,u"
Beau 390 LaBeaii. 494, Folger
Minimax: T: Schmidt 513, Gunn
406, Rogers 483, R. Schmidt 465,
t APA Team No. 1 1
The 'only "unsponiored. team in
the league.1 started right out to
ground APA; but fell off after the
first game and APA zoomed back
to captures the sepond and third
games. Earn Best and pick Soys Soys-ter
ter Soys-ter scored their best' totals to lead
APA Voile aU three wf the mak
contingent, of Team No. 2 cored
way over 500, but they, couldn't
off set five, Bcom(pf Best and Soy-
Mitchus 411, JPrusinowkV; 474,
SoeMTAlbritton W,Dube 536,
TahW Jewelr tpaWmf' .Del
. V v'
The "iirst forfeit occurred when
the Dot couldn't put three regular
members on the alley With three
poinU wrapped up,.Thelma- Camby
"preceded to set high acorea lorthe
women by rolling gamei of 1B1,
207, 196-584; This'-terrific aerks
also givei her high average in toe
Ta'JerMmoSOl, Bor Bor-jis
jis Bor-jis 356, BirtQUr.46,, Caniby.SM,
Jfunea 479. V v.. V
. i4tn Tr.tf WnVnmfl 389. Ri
ley 381, Thompson 76, Blind 5r
for the nouaays ana wu
t1x schedule on Jan. 7, 1959.
three -winning counters. Even in
the game they- lost, the MixMaa MixMaa-ters
ters MixMaa-ters were close, losing by 18. The
Woodpeckers after the first game,
found the pickings very kan. All
of the Masters, joined the "500"
handicap, and Wiley .Williamson
also had a scratch varity. Leon
Smith ,322, Corky Boyle 520, Dan
Kooster- 500, Ann Williamson and
WiW 53.4 all ttmriirin Tha nnlv
Woodpecking bowlers to do- the
pick, were we,iwe pieysv witn
Audrey getting 526 : and. espoto
508. Both handicap. -' ..
, MARGARITA BOWLING
V -' LIAGUR
" '''S'Thirttenth Weelt'''--'-i ;
cide the first half champs, it is
still a battle between Gillette and
Voice of Music. The V M Boys
couia nave ciincneq it oy wanning
Gillette but had to settle for. one,
which means that they need one
: . . l Ia mn t
pouii nEii 10 iock ii up. incy doui
have tou?h competitors to bowl
next week so here i luck to both
of .them and may the best team
come out on top. In this week's
competition St. John led the V-M
while Yee was tops for Gillette
wixn a az. "
The Aces moved uV into third
nlc hv tilrinff thra (miti WHffht
Bros. Plumbers. This Aces squad
could be the .'earn to watch next
half. Soinnev led the Aces with a
574 followed by Upp with a 548
and they took Class A and Class
B series respectively; this week.
Bartram led the plumbers with' a
529 series. ;
' Pnwall mnvari n nntrh Into
rfifth place by taking three: frdm
the faltennR Police Assn. After a
nart anil crava th next 4M wal
the best the Cop could muster.
In the.Mttie' lor.tne cellar J k
eprnt th SbHners are doomed
tn that nnt tn huttlinff tha Nav
al Station they took a split and
am- tinw fmir nnlntt awv o the
best they can do is tie for sev seventh
enth seventh place. 1
Teams -"' Won Lett
Voice of Music -324 19V4
Gillette 29 23
Aces 28 24
Police Assn. 27 25
PowpIIs 26 26
Wright Bro. 25 26W
navai siiauon j iu m
' High for the Week:
Class A Spinney 574
' Clasa B Upp 548
Claas C tF. Tom 464
Valeria Mysle y'
wvxi ..... .qisvvv.ui J. I v s
Brooks ri68 14T 126 441
Graham 174 187 ill 472
r IfjOBBI ARNAV
r ? MIXED LEAGUsV ....
Safety Pina 4
Sleepers ( f..
Vvaiu 21 19
XVUVI ............ t .am
. ..v 14
' J .CIaanert .1
With Johnny Ely, custodian,, of
the Kobbe Lanes breaking looae
with a 533 scratcnt ap --
iViaa Uoffim 1 a a dill SfU6U
Pina pinned down their position
more securely, won
ed off the runnerup team S to l
iu. i.t ui th, Klppners col'
ill UIO v, b
thai nniv winnlne marker.
i.k Tin hail adaauete httP'
from the Smith, Family, Tonr SIS
' and Jean 514 ano irgm
) Bathhurst with her 538 all handi-
, ... fhrn thraa '.nfalee Sleepers,
wero the chief pit kriotkers; Bob
Mathias 503, BiU Wells 537 ;; ana
' Ralph TunstiU 509. All handicap.
el b.iitA 1 Kul Knw 1 .;
. m,. tri Randittnft. went oast the
. Kool Krew quintet in the race for
the Dunting. 'py .. winning a m
The Kool Crew, put on a hot and
ni( Hamionttationv ranciBB- from
T75 to games.- .Their. hiflh
, mark" waa- lse the- only, winning
.Th -hoiii .ef.the .Banait.
tos, war Jack Carterr with a 2U
ingleton, 525 scratch and 564
f handkap. Ginny Hasaler heldup
her end with,i3si handicap, and
v Sal Laquidara was not far behind
" rith Kin hanrflran. One of the
weaker aex members of the Kool
Krews got Into the. luneugni, wuu
' i h.nfiinan :aL. Hc .man..Gan-
ir tmmmA ma. ami : Tn mnile
Thomaa .tucked. fcway.. 533and,
i f ranK put OH ue-iaues aua.uau
? The .T, pulled a mild surprise
, !n the' Menlng act byetttng the
" n.k.i. Uniniiw 4Vui "Mtrii" fell
back into their losing habit by
cropping roe m mra
I Both sides had one member each
. miiinff in von 5C handicap
class. Rebel Gene Grinker besides
.rolling 551 handicap, came iip
with a 506 scratch. For the los
n. Will Bee be broke Into the
' charmed circle with 617, 1 v
t M'x-Mastera 3
' i VtfandaaeJrara 1 .
" -r The1 MixMailers were ml mas
ters in mixing up the wood at the
' end of the lanes, Because aner
' tha flr.l timt.. thev. niled nn a-
tough wood to walk away, r with
19ft 117 11 iM
Clontl . A: 166 136 175 477
Tanacan' 1M' 1M 11(1 47?
135 135 188 458
161 183 185 529
758 737 S47 2342
14 14 14 i 42
772 751 861 1384
159 131 171 461
175 157 164 469
812 787 742 2341
124 193 147 464
125 H71 .140 436
175 182 161 525
165 136 145 446
142 194 158 494
731 871757 3364
15 15 15 -45
746 891 772 2409
Stoppw . i
j1 :;TW .i
By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK (UPI) When
Archie Moore was named fighter-of-the-year
Wednesday he said,
"it's the richest reward of my ca career."
And when'writer-announcer Sam
Taub was designated-winner of
the James J. Walker Memorial
award for long and meritorious
service to boxing, he said, "Bat
Masterson would have got a great
kick out of this,"
Light heavyweight champion
Moore of San Diego, Calif., and
Taub of Brooklyn were voted the
ring's most coveted plaques at the
annual meeting of the Boxing
As fighter of the year,
ancient but amazing Archie won
the Edward J, Neil Award for
outstanding contributions to the
sport during 1958. He climaxed an
unbeaten string of 16 bouts with
an electrifying defense against
lanaaa s won Durelie at Mon Montreal
treal Montreal last, week.
Will Get Plaques
Moore, 42, or 45 and Tub, T2,
will receive their plaques at the
writers' strike curtailed dinner
next month. Because New York's
newspaper strike would prevent
tne proper sale ot tickets, toe din
ItUVrLiirtu rTlixlM t,lva xne leam represeuiuig uib u .a. winy uamsun iuun. tup nunura in mo
uMfl i,1n4rf Vmrt rlkinn Pntf. Pnurlins Tan with tha Kiimnl Spruica aersraoafjnn rnmina in
aecond The wintjing keglers arejf left to -right, kneeling : Sp4 Leonard Wasieloskii MSgt. Arthur
ir.nKim artrl Rf rhr1. MiliciA Sriint Rn hum Wat tha tno mndal man., anil in riitinn to a
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(U.S. .Army Phoj6(
Gatun Elementary School Kid
To Present Xmas Water Show
ner originally slated for the
Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Jan. 11 11-will
will 11-will be shifted to more modest
qiiarters at another date.
Before Moore flew home to San
Piego Wednesday, he said: "I'll
certainly be back to the writers'
dinner, no matter where it's
staged. And I'll wear my fanciest
tux. This is a greater thrill, hon honestly,
estly, honestly, than winning the title. I
thought I deserved the title before
I got a shot at it. But this award
comes out of the blue completely
little Taub was also delightful delightfully
ly delightfully surprised at Hs Walker award.
The one-time assistant to the late
Bat Masterson long-ago peace of officer
ficer officer of Tombstone, Ariz. de declared:
clared: declared: 'Bat would have got a
great kick out of this. He and T
were very close friends when he
was an editor on the old New
York Morning Telegraph, and I
was a sort of assistant to him."
Finds Masterson Dead
It was Taub who found Master Master-son
son Master-son dead at his desk on Sept. 24,
Little Sam, ah editor for several
years on the old New York Graph Graphic,
ic, Graphic, now writes boxing for the Nev
York Daily Sports Bulletin- and for
Ring magazine. He has been re
cording secretary of the Boxing
ling, 10 p.m.
Saturday, December 2T Fight
of the Week, Jl:15 p.m.
Writers' Assn. nearly 30 years. Ho
was a pioneer in fight-broadcast- :
What brought Masterson out of
the wild west and into Now
Taub explained: "Teddy Rose
velt brought Bat to New York al
a' marshal some time before 1908.
When others came into control.
Bat lost the marshal's job and
then did what he liked best went
to work on a newspaper, the Tel
egraph. He was a zealous cru crusader
sader crusader against crookedness In
AND THE PUPILS?
EASTHAM, England (UPI)-
The local board of education or ordered
dered ordered an inquiry today into com
plaints that the High Colliery
County School is so cold that
ink freezes in the Inkwells.
in -YSi' .-IV'iO) fi)T-b w
FSH Wi POUITRY
Vf GETABLES o fHUlTS JUICES
BIRDS EYE quick-frozen foods are farm farm-fresh
fresh farm-fresh and llavorsomc. Grbwn exclusively
for, Birds Eye, these rcady-to-scrve
quick-frDzen Birds Eye foods-are care carefully
fully carefully selected, cleaned and packed td
meet top-grade U. S. Food Standards.
Enjoyyour favorite" fruItsiregettbleS,
fruit juices, fish and poultry; all-year
'round regardless of seasoik.
Stock The Best; Get some today I
SWIMMING GROUP Pictured above are members of the synchronized swimming group
that will participate In the Gatun water show Dec. 23 in the Gatun pool. Front row deft to
right): John Pettier, Robby Thomas, Orrin Clement, Wally Brians, Bobby Aldrlch and Louis
Austin. Back row tleft to right) : Susan Shirk, Ginger Thomas, Diane Asbury, Linda Benton,
Judy Paulson, Katry Pennington and Mary Clement.
The atudenta of Gatun will pre- Fettler, Abel Borsellino, Jules pa
- - lac siuuruia ui untuu mix. fi-
' t BfUl VUiiBUUAO wvn
1 Kti AAA lm l Y-i ha X m AM 4
:ii Ti. i ii Zii luesaay, uec. n i.m p.m. i
!22 ?SS HI the Gatun swimming pool. The Ga:
tun; elementary scuqoi vuorus
composed of the fourth, fifth and,
sixth eradea will sine a selection
of Christmas carols. s
A ctoud of fifth : and sixth
vraAarm -J -1 Jnda BMltnn. Susan
Shirk, fiineer Thomas. Kathv Pen
nington, Mary Clement, Diane As
bury and Mum coguen, Koooy
thomas, Jimmy Woods, Louis Aus Austin,
tin, Austin, Bobby Aldrieh. John Fettler,
Orrin Clement and Wally Brians
will perform a aeries of syncror
mzed swimming pauerns.
Buddy Goguen. and Mickey Cun-
Aincrham. hiph acliool students. Will
give, a diving exhibition. An inter
esting variation of racing win ne
performed by a--group of high
scnooi eiuaenu in uie new rave
Tha mmiii I, MmAniiul tjt Pamela
TherioU Charlene- Graves, Cookie
Graves, fameia jonnsion, vicme
'-. 168 140151 459
135 139 .139 413
-N- 153 1T2 155 480
; ' 16 175 180 Ba
- 159 173 173 505
. 703. 101 t00 3334
. 141 157 137 435
116 116 116 348
130 131 146 407
, 147: 118 169 434
Ul3l 135 169 435
lWiW 737 M5
miani. Bobbv Rice and Bobby Ged
des. There will also be a short
The swimming awaroe and tro trophies
phies trophies for the winners in the Sum Summer
mer Summer Recreation swimming prog program
ram program held at the Gatun swimming
pool this past summer win oe pre presented
sented presented to all the children by Mr.
?MTailifTj' ia flipivl. Actor
Georee: Raft and Cuban contrac contractor
tor contractor Chile. Mendoza awaited a rep reply
ly reply today, from heavyweieht cham
r,tn Flnvd PaffaranM in Mialr t4O0.
000 offer for a February '.title de-
canaa .it .Havana... .if.'-ft.
Reft, Aart owner of a plush Ha-
van hotel, announced the offer
In Miami last night; and said Pat-
trami'a manafer v neeraed. ."very
interested" when the guarantee
i ma Ha to him bv teieDhone.
"The bout would be, staged .to
bolster Cuba's sagging .tourist
trade. Raft Mrolained: and neith-
a a a Jt a
er ne nor nienaoia expeciea o
make any profit. The tourist trade
has dwindled because of the revo
lution. ";:v.V., VA'l- ;H''v'i'
, .Preferred dates for tbatrfttt
' The challenger could ne select selected
ed selected by Patterson and D'Amata,
preferably from- among the top
three contenders, Raft said. And
the bout would be staged Iri the
new zz.ouo-aeai Havana bpons
Palace. It probably would be tele tele-vi
vi tele-vi -Ad to homes In the United
Iva Benton and Mrs. Nellie Graves
during the program.
The program is being prepared
by Larry Ames, Physical educa education
tion education instructor, and Mrs. Alice
Leftridge, recreation asisistant at
Gatun. The chorus will sing under
the direction of Mrs. Doreen Bar Bar-nett
nett Bar-nett and Mrs. 1 Helen Rushing of
the Gatun Elementary School.
To, Be Closed
Thi fcewllng centers at Balbea
will be eloseel te the publle two
dayi during he coming holiday
son, it has been amwunced
by the Supply DlvUlon.; t i
The centers whi do cimk m
Christmas ve. Chrlttmat -day.
New Year's Eve. and .-New
.Year's Pay, h.vwat announced.
Qosed For 0eaiilig
The 6hin will e eleaeel for
repair and eleanlhg from sail
day Monday,'. Dec. 22. :
CAtPIR INTERS OPIM i
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Billy
Casper Jr., of Chula Vlata, Calif.
ha antaraA lha Xlrd annual 14fl..
000 Los Angeles .Open, beginning
Dec 31. Casper,-who -won more
than 340,000 last year, was goll-
dora's leading money winner oi
SILVESTRE & BROSTELLA, S.A.
i i iportsauter
daUy at 7:00 p .m.
Your Community Network YCN
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Minimi iiiiiiii 'TlHiP I Ct xTt.tf.afJIsS!f U
"?VkP; 1 1'Jr a,pfft$ mt.
. m m
No other drink satisfies more than a -fine
Scotch ... and in White Horse,
Scotch Whisky reaches
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TEC SLA' DAT AMERICAN
SATTTRDAY, DECEMBER to.- lSSf
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
V "L 'O. I L'-'. L -VOli' : TELEPHONE MMQ'r
PHILLIPS Oeenioe CoHifM
w. cur. .
ami I-1IT7 CrtfhAjl
fOt RENTs I bedroom rosi rosi-itnct,
itnct, rosi-itnct, mtii' qurtr, r9.
FOR RENT: Wool for offieo
r livinf ipirtmeiit for a baeh baeh-lor,
lor, baeh-lor, osy to furniih, njit El F F-n.m.
n.m. F-n.m. Horol. Tol. J-3421.
beme It Dot, tbi if Miggl
B0)pflfOjtoiM0 iVflt JDttMtediVOM.
iter, CaStri MB -0oj
in the twckagiM of freh
Gibraltar Life Ins. Ce
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-055S
Monday thru Friday
9:00 a.m. to 12:00
t: 00 p.m. to 5:00
9:00 a.m. to 11:08
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES CP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-498S
All Types of Auto Insurance
155 Central Are.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
With built-in Universal
I ( 1 ii'ij "I
Wrtiim, tomtit rwMnllni imfi
FOR RENT: Well located apart apart-mantt
mantt apart-mantt 4 of July Avenua Ho. Tl Tl-352
352 Tl-352 facing Quarry Hichti en entrance,
trance, entrance, for information call tele tele-phtne
phtne tele-phtne 3-331 S andf 2-4204 or
iame building apartment No. 9.
FOR RENT: Beautiful one-bedroom
apartment in El Cangrejo,
Madure'i Building. For informa information
tion information call 2-2844 or 2-2854, from
9 to 12 and 2 to 6.
FOR RENT: Going en vacation.
Diplomat will rent completely
furnished apartment, from Jan January
uary January to May, In Bella Vitta. Liv Living
ing Living room, dining room, two
porchet, two bathrooms, three
bedrooms, very cool. Exceptional
opportunity. $110.00 per month.
No. 9, 46th Street (former) or
4-98 (Modern). Tel. 3-6525.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, maid's room, hot wa water,
ter, water, garage. Phone 3-2279.
FOR RENT: El Cangreio. fully
furnished 1 room apartment, new
furniture, new house, balcony,
hot water. Call 3-1789.
Sentenced To Life
Nay Seek Retrial
PENHAM. Knelanrl TIpi- 9f
(Ui'I) Counsel for an American
airman lentenreH in life i
sonment for poisoning his wife in-
aicaiea loaay ne might seek a re retrial
trial retrial on the strength of newly-un-
coverec. oeiense evidence.
Capt. Neil Kasden, who defend defended
ed defended M-Sgt. Marcus M. Marymont
m a cnnrl martial that onHo
his sentence yesterday, said the
new evidence was found In papers
left by his wife Mary, 43. Mrs.
Marvmnnt Hfprl frnm
- "i uiovuil aii"
soning June 9.
wIf these papers eontaln what
we think they contain we will have
grounds for further proceedings,'
Kasden refuged to say more s s-bout
bout s-bout the papers whose discovery
was tnnounMwt ft Mi
Xmas, Classical, Populars
NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED
37th Street No. 6-A
OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY
AND EVERY NIGHT UNTIL 10 P.M.
LEAVE TOOB AO WITH ONE OP OUB AGENTS OB OCC OPPICES AT 1J ST "H" STTTET, PANAMA UBH3UA PRECIADO T gtreel Me. AGBJCIAi
INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONE8 No. S Lottery Place CASA ZALOO Centrel Ave. 4) LOUHDES PHARMACY 182 La CarraeqnUla PAKMACIA LOM LOM-BABDO
BABDO LOM-BABDO No. tt B" Stnet a) MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A J St LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvoll No. A FARMACLA EST ADOS UNIDOS Itf Ceatral Ave.
FARMACLA LUX 164 Centrel Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee., do la One Ave. No. 41 FOTO DO MY Juste AMtemeoa Ave. end IS St.
t ARMACIA VAN DER-JIS 60 Srraet No. S3 FARMACLA EL BATURRO Parana Lefevie f Sareet FARMACLA "S AS" Via PORRAS 1U NOVIDADE
ATHIS Beside the Bella Vtata Theatre
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.
FOR SALE-1952 MGTD new
top, new battery, good tires, good
condition, throughout, $995.
SP4 Priest. 84-2154 during duty,
FOR SALE: 1957 MSA Roadst Roadster,
er, Roadster, spoked wheels, ww tires, low
mileage. $1495. SP4 Priest. 84 84-2152,
2152, 84-2152, during duty hours.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Brookwood, 4 door, 9 passenger,
ALL accessories. Priced far under
bluebook value, 1930 model A.
Balboa 2-3347 house 719-B.
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.
FOR SALE: "58" Chevrolet
"Impale" 8,000 miles. Loaded.
Take small forreign car in trade.
For information phone 86-3296
after 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Dodie Coro Coronet,
net, Coronet, four door sedan, five good
tires, excellent condition. Phone
FOR SALE:. Mercedes-Bens
190SL sports coupe convertible
in like new condition. Taxes paid.
Priced for Immediate sale. Call
Mr. Keevert at 3-7234 or Hotel
El Panama room 418.
ape why your tiwet en the
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
COLON OFFICE) ISth Street and Amador Gaerrer No. IUZL
- P O R S A L E
Household furnishings and ef effects
fects effects of the late Harry T. Hart
including. all types of furniture,
tables, dressers, chiffonier.
, chairs, wooden' liquor cabinet,
Chinas rags, porch shades, sofa,
clocks, electric tolochron, marina
and : 400-day wglass dome,
linens, China, glassware, kit kitchen
chen kitchen tableware, kitchen utensils,
binocular, ash trays, desk, elec electric
tric electric hot pad, electric iron, soep-
tone plaques, table model radio,
lamps, bamboo shelves, Chinese
table, Friu'dairt, 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
bo viewed from nine to twelve
noon, Saturday, December 13,
1958 and nine to twelve noon,
Saturday December 20. 1958.
written bids may be submitted
either at the place of sale or by
mail to the administrator:
: Robert A. Engelke,
CO W. I. Sheridan, Jr..
Balboa Heights, C. Z
On or before December 23, 1958.
Dated at Ancon, Canal Zone
December 8, 19 5 8.
FOR SALE: Large Double door
mahogany Wardrobe with full
length Mirrors on each door. Can
be seen at 24 1 -A Coco Solo or
FOR SALE: New Bell t Howell
tape recorder model 775. New
Zenith Transoceanic, portable,
radio, phone Balboa 2384, after
FOR SALE: Hollywood double
bed; Servel refrigerator; studio
oueh. Call 2-3225 or Qtrs.
0763-H, Williamson Place.
FOR SALE: Complete house of
, furnishings, eeramies, 12 ft. re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, mahogany beds, im im-perred
perred im-perred China, crystals, HI-PI, TV,
paintings, rugs, stove, suitable
tor any home, lamps, book,
bookcases. 5 sofa, 20 chairs,
breakfast aet, 10 piece mahoga
ny dining room suite, I kitchen
Mbinet. mh. Itemi, wardrebt.
CaM Mlk MsCafretty 1-0140.
iW fAtlr Vamfcf MJ
hogany drop leaf dining ruble, 4
"'?; AWe vfeJers, ialboa
Gives Your family tomfort for
?J!r,V-.G!1'S0M.AIR CON CONDITIONERS
DITIONERS CONDITIONERS from h.p. up,
low airip., and regular unit at
prieeeand terms to fit any bud-
set. TRQPELCO, S.A,
NEW One-cent stssrp win be
issued to commemorate 150th
anniversary of Abraham Ua Ua-coin's
coin's Ua-coin's birth. It -.fcatssea the
famous beardless Iineoln poo
trait painted tay Gecrgr Peter
"' .' "" i1"- :
mm states .mm
WE WILL REMAIN
till 9:00 P.M.
for the month pf
WIN $2,800.00 in
Ask for your free
FOR SALE Lionel O Gage, elec electric
tric electric train, 2 engines, 12 cars, 50
track switches, accessories, good
condition. $55.00, Apt. 0263-A,
Gamboa, phono (-586.
FOR SALE: Llm Oak T. V.
Dolus 21 inch, like new. Coee
FOR SALft largo 20 feet.
Deluxe, 60 cycle, up-right f rosi rosier,
er, rosier, excellent conditien. Used lets
then one year, phone, Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 3293. -v-U
FOR SALE: Guitar. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4251. y
FOR SALE: Small Upright
piano, standard key board, very
good condition and tone $375.
Dodge Kingsway sedan 1951,
RCA, HI-FI player console power
tools. Gamboa 6-336, house'
FOR SALE: New 24' TV tube
RCA Silverama, 82-2127.
FOR SALEs 4-Spsed Thoren
. turntable. No. TD-124, with
gray tone arm, Pickering diamond
stereo cartridge. Brand ; new.
Veigtlander prominent 3! mm
camera, F1 :5 lens, 100 mm tele
lent, with filter, sunshade and
viewfinder. Like stew,: Phone,
FOR SALE: A Lionel train, 1st ft
good condition, Balboa 4480.
FOR SALE: 2 electric train tots,
complete. Full sis pin ball ma ma-china,
china, ma-china, good condition. Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1294, House 712-D. Balboa.
FOR SALE. Stereophonic rec records,
ords, records, Christmas, classical, popu popular
lar popular AGENCIAS DIAZ 37th St.
No. 6-A, open nftes.
FOR SALE: Christmas tree In
all sixes en sale now. Choice so-'
lection of U.S. and European)
Christmas tree ornaments. Also
Christmas decoration and lighter
for homos, stores, clubs and orga organisations.
nisations. organisations. American Supply Co.,
"J" St. No. 13-06. v
FOR JALEt-T-Hpbby Horse, Kc
etranef Rattan couch, electric hair
dryer, all In excellent condition.
FOR SALEi laby erahids.
sage, bouquet, delivery any any-where,
where, any-where, U.S.A., Panama, Canal
Zone. Telephone Pan. 4-1241,
'Buy 4 stereophonic recerde of
Sam price and get one Ff.EE.
AGENCIAS DIAZ, 17th Street
FOR SALIt Beautiful Hew
Japanese kroca, da ease evening
wrap. Reversible whlto and silver
black and gold. A lb rook 86 86-.4291.
.4291. 86-.4291. :
FOR SALE. Beautiful Moncay
painting camera. Kodak maga maga-ine
ine maga-ine I mm. Mouse 6333-A, Loe
Stereotihonre records, Christmas,
classical, popular. AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street No. 6-A. New
shipment, lust arrived, open
FOR SALEt Canaries and Para Parakeet,
keet, Parakeet, lust arrived from Holland.
Phone 3-6271. 50th street, be'
tween 94th and 95th,
FOR SALE i American flier
electrical train with 4'x8 table.
FOR SALEi Boy'o 26' English
Hercules bicycle with gear-shift.
Practically new. Panama 3-0098.
FOR SALE: RCA Whirlpool 1.1
e. ft. refrigerator, 4 month old
$1 80.00, new SO gal. Glas fined
gas water heater, never been
mod $100.00. Curundu 3281.
FOR SALE) One girl bicycle
Raleigh, I speeds, large die, 28
inch, like new $35.00. Phone 2 2-3652
3652 2-3652 after 4:30 p.m. daily of
anytime Saturday or Sunday.
FOR SALE: RCA HI-FI blond
console, like new, $85; phone
Balbe 281 5.
, u .
FOR SALEt lots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodreme
Urbanisation, across the Ramon
Racetrack. AD Iota with street
- front, sewage, water nuin and
electricity. Call W. McBsmstt.
Boats :& Motors
FOR SALEl-Bot, See Babe, IT
6' long 74" Beam, Cabin. 35
HP Johnson, Controls, trailer.
Hull fiberglassad. Cbink deck
and gunnel Varnish and fiber fiberglass.
glass. fiberglass. Complste outfit for fish fishing,
ing, fishing, water sking or sporting. Pric Priced
ed Priced for quick sale, call1 83-2127
after 4:00. Qts. 2151 Curundu.
Linda Gels Custody
Of Two Children
With Tyrone Power
' l6i ANGELES J Defc 80 (UPI)
Actress Linda Christian, ex-
wife of the late Tyrone Power, has
been given custody of their two
daughters and has filed a claim
in their' behalf for a share of the
estate, estimated at five million
Miss Christian. Power's second
wife, was appointed guardian of
Komms Frsncescs, 7, and Tsryn
stepnanie, 5, by Probate Judge
Harold W. Schweiter yesterday.
1 She promptly field a petition for
$1,300 per month from the estate
for the two children. Power's will,
made known 10 days ago, did not
provide for Miss Christian or his
first wife, French actress Annabe
The will of the actor, who died
of aheart attack in Madrid last
month, specified the two women
had been provided for sufficiently
wnne ne uvea.
The will called for a six-way
split of the estate with assets going
to his widow, Deborah; her un unborn
born unborn ehild; snd Romina and Ts Tsryn,
ryn, Tsryn, m "well at ate mother gad
H. A. McConaughey
To Dc CLU-MTC
The Canal Tone ntra! Lafwr
Union-Metal Trades Council, AFL-
CIO, will have' as special guest at
its meeting tomorrow morning tt
8:30 h. a. Meumaugney, lormer
Canal Zone employe. McConaug McConaughey
hey McConaughey was president, of tfee Canal
Zona CLU-MTC from 1930 te
1995, wage and grievance mem member
ber member from 1922 to 19S5, and legis legislative
lative legislative representative from 1928 te
The nnust election of effletn
will take place during the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, which all delegates are urg urged
ed urged to attend, vgi the CLU MTC
meeting room to, me iodustrial
5 Dead, 21 Hurl
In Mexico City
MEXICO CITY, Dee. 10 fUPI)
A gas explosion ripped through
Mexico City's swank La Ronda
restaurant last night, killing five
persons snd injuring 21, four cri critically.
tically. critically. ;' .' : ..
Red Cross officials said one of
the victims was an American wo
man who has not yet been idenn
fieri. The other dead were Mex
icans, including two members of
the L.8 Ronda band. -:--"...
The exnlosion. aooarenflv rans-
ed by a blocked, gas pipe In the
kitchen, blew a gapmg hole in the
floor and knocked out a Section
ot the front' wall of the buHdinf,
Two ears parked In front of the
restswrant were damaged, a per
fume shop next door was devast
ated and the windows of four
shops across the street were shat shattered.
tered. shattered. -'i 5 'jV-vv. i
Javier Barros Sierra, Mexican
Communications Minister, wss In
the restaurant celebrating Ms sp-
nomtment u the cabinet when the
explosion occurred, but neither he
nor any member of his; party was
1nlMSeaia4 i '-(
Wanted secretary,' fluent hs In-.'
j. glish typing, dictation, shorthand,
file organization. Appy Hacienda v
Telcdan. Calls 29 Est e Ave-',
0; nida Mexico, above Llnde g Ma-"
. dur. Tel. 3-1104.
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONI, BALBOA 1709
Dr. Antolne Raymonder has re recently
cently recently returned from Europe and
he is back again In his office
on Tiveli Avenue No. 18-106.
HUOSEWIVES! CaH S-2219 er
Inquira at No. 33A26 7th Con.
. tral, Panama and you will be Sure
: Bet, t good maid for your
WANTED: Oood cook. Avenl Avenl-I
I Avenl-I nida Manual Yci No, 25, Ur Ur-banisacion
banisacion Ur-banisacion Campe Alegre.
FOR SALE: Three week old
puppies. Pur Bred Springer
Spaniel. Inquire 60-4647, 48th
Street, Bella Vista. Tel. 1-6936.
FOR SALIt Lambretta Scooter
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.
Green budgie bird-named fTep.
Balben 1444, reward.
WHITSTABLE, England (UPI)
PoUce. dvertiigd today ftm an
ZT TiLT Pwaa notes 10
2-M- ,-hK- re retained
tained retained te the looal ubU library.
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
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New QHearts ttiei 'VW -r
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4 Retojnlnt from Log Anfeles ;'. 27i.8t'1'f
.x Seattle nnu Retnrn. S885.BS
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t'J.! u"eed. Can NAT
IRS 103. Colon. 1057, 7th St.
WANTED Snare drum. Tslee 1
Phona 2-1744. Balboa,
"Mte er gelding, auHabla fat i
Nen-ag.r, Call Balboa 4416.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO SUYs Used geedf
"l1";" k erlb. Nlephene
J-0943 or 1-1146,
GOP Liberals Start
For Senate Fight 7
vVASHINGTON, Dee. (TJPI)
liberal Republican Senators wen
atteirmtinff 'tnrljiv: in iwmit ni.i
for a. showdown vote in Januari
on control of their party' Senatt
Sen. George &. Aiken (R-Vt.)
a leader of the Liberal blocv saii
he had been assured thst Presi
dent i Eisenhower will not inter :
yehe, in the jotra-party fight wit!
Conservative) Senators. --f
r Aiken eisp. said he told fti'i
dential Assistant Wilton B.' Per Persons
sons Persons that the Liberals would no
Sens. Slylef Bridget (N.H.)r ant
Everett ?M, pirksen (m.),
Conservative leadens, might aav
made witii, the President ;
Bridges called on the Pwilden
erward .tbaf Eisenhower hope
uw power fjruggie between the
two GOPbtocs could be com
promised without' pllnterini Xa
; But Aiken gait the tlbenlt fa
fight He and others in the liber
eamp tak 4he position tha
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Russia Fights War Of Nerves
ing To Win West Berlin
" BERLIN Dec. 20 (UPI) Russia intends to test the west s nerve to tne limit in
her efforts to wrest Berlin from the Western orbit, Western observers believed today.
Th- rhrvers said Soviets may be bluffing in their war of nerves against the
Dosition of the Western allies in isolated West Berlin but if they are, they apparent-
" L. .X... 4.U. Muff xsllAri
Iy intend to see how tar tney can go
After a period of leaving threats of a
the bluff is
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East German puppet, the Kussian nanu ui..
to Western Europe to their
puppet has started showing
u, lc tu- Russians themselves who are telling the West that "aggression"5
orrainst East Germany and any attempt, to break a blockade set up by the Eaat Ger-
jonmaa under that headine will be met with devastation in a war
mans apparemij v... - .
which will not be limited to Berlin or East German territory.
.r...rhi !n washlneton, the produce some sign that Khrush.
3SSPto3S5orW to extricate hm-
sen irum ine dcuui uiuis
M-jiJ Of at AS
ready today to offer Bunla firm
guarantees agains" '"y--,--
German military might if the
Kremlin will agree to reunlfica reunlfica-.
. reunlfica-. tion of Germany under free
elT?eTarantee might well ln ln-i
i ln-i dude a Western
' ,o to the aid of Russia if it
k shosld ever be i"ack?i b
surgent German m"""'8'
i which the Eussian profess to
Hieh officials said they believe
occunled East Germany nas
ached the point where a e e-rious
rious e-rious explosion is ft definite pos.
Si thought this might force
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush Khrush-?hlv
?hlv Khrush-?hlv to agree rlmS
on western terms .S
fears of German military mignt
could be set at rest.
The Washington visit next
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and man, .ePuuj'il"",:
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Closing Dale For
Story Contest Put
Oil Until Dec. 31
Closing date for the short story
contest for service-connected writ writ-rs
rs writ-rs has been extended to Dec. 31,
according to an announcement
front national headquarters o the
fArmed Fories Writers' League.
which is sponsoring the contest in
cooperation with Boys' life Maga Magazine.
zine. Magazine. Entries should be addressed to
the editor, Boys' life, New Bruns Brunswick,
wick, Brunswick, N. J., with a posting date
not later than midnight, Dec. 31.
The Canal Zone-Panama branch
of the league will hold a critique
at its next meeting. Jan. s, on
manuscripts submitted locally to
the Boys' Life contest. Plans also
will be made for the AFWL na-l
tional yearbook of the best short
stones of 1958 written Dy service
and league members. A session on
script writing for motion pictures
and television will be conducted
at this meeting.
Fort Kobbe and West Bank
writers are urged to attend in or
der to reach a decision on tne pos possibility
sibility possibility of folding monthly meet meetings
ings meetings for writers at the Fort Kobbe
Service Club. y.
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ALSO THE MARVELLOUS
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Cardinals, 700 Oilier
In Audience By Pope
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Pope John XXIII today receiv
ed in audience the two new Amer American
ican American cardinals and some 700 A A-merican
merican A-merican bishops, priests and lay
pilgrims. Later tooay tne carui carui-nals
nals carui-nals take over their new titular
Richard Cardinal Cushing, Arch
bishop of Boston, presented 450
members ot his arcnmocese ana
their friends to the Pontiff. John
Cardinal O'Hara, Archbishop of
Philadelphia, presented 150 of his
flock to the Pope.
Another 100 Americans living or
visiting in Rome were among
the group, rope jonn gave tne
whole group his apostolic blessing.
Afterwards the two cardinals
attended a luncheon given by U.
S. Ambassador and Mrs. James
D. Zellerbach at their Rome res residence.
idence. residence. The American pilgrims attend attending
ing attending the audience today said they
were impressed with the simplici simplicity
ty simplicity of the Pope and the warmth
of his welcome to them.
talk seriously about solving the
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles was reported to oe pre
pared to revive the German free
elections offer made to the Rus Russians
sians Russians late in 1955 at the Big Four
foreign ministers' conference
which followed the Geneva sum
Close 12 Schools
In llew YpACily
NEW YORK (UPI) Fire Inspec Inspectors
tors Inspectors yesterday were nearly fin finished
ished finished with a top-to-bottom eheck
of this city's 2,000 public, private
and parochial schools.
The inspection began shortly
after the Chicieo parochial school
fire, in which 82 lives were lost.
It was aimed at nreventint a
similar disaster here.
So far, all or part of 35 schools
have been closed in the safety
campaign headed by Fire Com
missioner Edwavd Cavanaugh Jr.
Twenty-three have been permitted
to reopen after eliminating lire
hazards. Of me 12 which still re remain
main remain closed, none are public
In tome in stances, tfct closings
placed a heavy strain on th city's
already crowded schools. Public
School 179 on Manhattan's upper
West Side was shut down from
Dec. 9 until last Tuesday because
of combustible material stacked in
the cellar and other hazards.
Twfl-tfifofs el that school' 980
students were shifted te Public
School 163, and the rest went to
Pubbc School 101 v ;
. In all eases where the Schools
were closed for any lencth of
time, the students were reas reassigned
signed reassigned except in one ease. The
Hum School of Performing Arts
in Manhattan was closed for five
davs. but its classes were to pe
cialized that the students could
not attend another school.
EX PRESIDENT SELtS HOMRThe1 home former president finrtqu A. Jimenez was sold
last week to the Louis Martinz Co. reportedly tot the- sum of approximately $100,000. Located
opposite Hotel El Panama Hilton,, the company plans to build a seven or nine-istory office builds
ing at the site with the Chase -Manhattan Bank occupying the ground floor and mezzanine.
Broadcasting Ban Snapped On Levine;
Soviets Say He Violated Censorship
. NEW YORK, Dee. 20 UPI UPI-Irving
Irving UPI-Irving "R. Levine, NBC corre
spondent in Moscow, has been
barred front broadcasting from
the Russian capital charges
he violated Soviet censorship,
NBC-officials, said today.
Levine was allowed to continue
to use cable and telephone facili-
uesr JBU saw. ..
Levine, m a message telephon
ed to NBC offices in 'New York,
said he had been called to the
Soviet ;Foreigi Ministry yesterday
and informed by a deputy-chiai
of, the -press department that jef-
fective today, he ho. longer could
' He was told he violated censor censorship
ship censorship Dec. 2 in radii- interview
with' Sen, Hubert H Humphrey,
(D-Minn), then; in Moscow
NY News Delivery Strike Continues;
S1.5 Million Daily Loss; 15,000 Idle
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Calif. Brush Fire
Alter 6-Day Battle
8 AN JUAN CAP1STRANO, Csl
if Dec. (UPI1 Pirefighters
last nieht broueht under control
r.alifnraia's worst brush fire of
the vear after an intensive six
Richard Johnson. U. S. Forest
Service fire prevention officer,
called the blase, which blacken
ed more than 100 square miles
of brush, "one of the granddad
dies of all tames."
Official control was announced
at 8 n.m. last night after a crew
of 2,700 men halted the advance
of several major not spots aiong
the northern perimeter.
Johnson said, however, that
scouting parties and several crews
would be held in tne area until
fh firtf luhntantial rainfall
Nineteen homes and cabins
were destroyed in tne maie
which broke out Sunday between
this historic mission town and
Lake Elsinore. consuming an. av
erage of too acres ef timber an
A special task force of fire
fighters was flown to the north
ern outbreak yesterday with or
ders to stay there until the Job Job-is
is Job-is done.
Johnson said the lines have
held tight since last night, aided
by lack of wind and a high humi
The fire was started by
youth who accidently fired
tracer bullet into ths brush.
NEW YORK. Dec. 20 (UPI)-
The pre-Christmas newspaper de
liverers' strike, which has forced
the suspension of nine major
New York City dailies, was
stalemated today, with little pros prospect
pect prospect of a -quick settlement of the
11-day-old 5 walkout,-
Business was- feeling the pinch.
While retail department stores
were erowoed with s hoppers
some mercnanta admitted saies
were not up to the anticipated
Women's Wear Daily a trade
RcV-t4wa' tales; liave be-
gun to suffer under the eclipse
of fashion and promotional ad
vertising. It was being admitted
m some retail circles that sales
were suffering more than most
merchants would admit publicly.
"Branch stores, helped by In
ceased advertising in suburban
newspapers, were helpinr to 1m
prove the total department store
Levins said he protested that
Humphrey, as a visiting .senator,
should not' be subject to censor
ship. ;He was told that because
the broadcast was under the aus auspices
pices auspices of a correspondent, it was
sunject to censorsmp.
me jnbc correspondent was
told thafxthe action was against
mm personally and was not di
rected at tne network. He was
told that the temoorarv denial of
broadcasting facilities: was intend intended
ed intended only- as a punishment for cen censorship
sorship censorship violations and net as a
means of ousting him.
Read: story ch pag3 6
Ohio Medical Student Who Renounced
Citizenship Regains ; U.S, Passport
VIENNA Dee. fUPIV-Allen
H Sobul a 28-year-old American
born medical student whofave up
his U.S.S. citizenship here last
June, has changed his mind and
regained-hi VS. passport.-' t:
SobuL of Cleveland. Ohio.- in.
diated Ms cltizenshin June 2 at the
American !onsulate.hv Viennaaf-
ter a; formal official declaration
and a sworn oath of renouncement
before State. Department officials.
The dark eomplexioned Ohioan,
who says he is a '"conscientious
objector," atatedt at the time that
he was against all types of 'Isms'
wneiner it was-JUommuninvv Na-
He added that he did tint tntnA
to fight in any armv-and wa in.
tetested only i devoting his Hfe
To Bellied Proxy
For 7-Year Term
to umsritarian-work.' Hi said
that he felt he could accomplish
his mission better by ivisg up hi
' Sobul. -who It of' medluB trfslil -i
and has dark wavy hair also dis-
closed at the." time that he had -written
to professor Dr Albert
Schweitzer asking to ioin. the lat
ter'f medical staff, at Lamberene,
nwiiava. illm aiuiiiiri uiin -.-ivaex. : vm ,.
iected." u )
State DepartmW officials here
said the Ohioan -had a change M
heart a Jew weeks agoand went :
to the Consulate asking to TSgaia
hia U.S. eitizenship. Sobul. wh'
naa oeen a man. without a oun
try for several months, said he
had made a mistake and now felt
he eould carry out Mr-humanita
nan principles by remalniBf aa ?
: After an exchange eorrespond
ence between State- Department
Sobul's request was approved, and
ma erazensnip zvaioreo,
were showing the effects of an
almost total blackout of promo
The publication added that, so
far as could be determined, de
partment etores "were .heading
for a loss week in sales volume,
and for many it would be a con considerable
siderable considerable drop in sales as com compared
pared compared with a year ago,'
Publishers, of course, were tak taking
ing taking a heavy; loss -in .advertising
and-.' circulation revenues. Editor
and Publisher ..' said that direct
business losses to the newspapers
the first week were estimated at
easily 13 million dollars.
"Every week day the papers
don't print," the publication add added,
ed, added, "is costing the struck nine
more than $1,500,000. Big Sunday
papers mean a total of about $3, $3,-800,000
800,000 $3,-800,000 lost."
In addition to the striking, deli deli-verymen,.
verymen,. deli-verymen,. about 15,000 furloughed
employes of the newspapersre
porters, printers, pressmen and
the like were idle without pay
picture. But the downtown stores as a result of the shutdown.
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levine was told lifting of the
denial of broadcast facilities would
depend on how well he abided
by censorsWp rules in future tel.
ephone calls and cable messages.
NBC said in New York it was
asking the Soviet embassy in
Washington for clarification of the
Moscow .press office action, be because
cause because the action -is confusing.
Of Nazi Camps
Treated Ih N.Y.
NEW YORK (UPIV-A group of
27 Polish ; women, maimed for
life by Nazi concentration tamp
medical experiments, arrive to
day for treatment.
xne women are the last of a
group' called the "Ravensbrueek
rabbits," which the Nazis used as
human guinea pigs at the notor-
loua concentration camo.
They are being brought to the
united states for plastic surgery
and other treatment by the Hiro Hiroshima
shima Hiroshima Peace Assn.; the same or.
ganization that brought the Hiro Hiroshima:,
shima:, Hiroshima:, maidens here for. treat
The trip was worked out In Sen-
tember with tha i Polish Associa
tion for Concentration Camo Sur
vivors. A Pan American .World
Airways plane picked them uo Is
The women were subfeete to
Injections of various substances,
so that their reactions, could be
observed. The Nazis subjected
some to bone grafts and other
experiments that' left them
scarred and handicapped.
PARIS Dec. 20 OJPIV -Trend!
electors will name .Pr e m i e r
Charles De Gaulle to a seven-year
term" as President tomorrow.
making t him the most powerful.
r rencn cniet ot state since Napo Napoleon
leon Napoleon III. Jr,
The Cpllege of 81,508 "Grand
Electors will cast ballots in
town halls throughout France," its
territories .and the new French
Community of Nations.
The electors Include all the
National Assembly deputies, all
senators, mayors, and municipal
councuiors oi- me larger towns
and special electors chosen by
municipal councils In towns with
population of more than 30,000
The outcome !s a fbreenne enn-
clusionDe Gaulle bv a landslide.
wis two opponents are Commu
nist George. Marrane, 7i. mayor
of the Paris "red-belt suburb of
Ivry, and Albert Chatelet, 75, Sor Sor-honne
honne Sor-honne science professor out un
by the anti-Communist left,, ei either
ther either was given a chance i
The Ministry' of the Interior1 es
timated De Gaulle would receive
about 8Qvpercentof the vote the
same percentage wiw wmcn, ne
orjais supporjesr had won In
three previous elections. .
The first, Sept. 28, approved
the Fifth Republic's constitution
and the other two, Nov. 23 and
30, filled the new National As Assembly
sembly Assembly with pro-De Gaulle depu
Heads or Wales,
200 Miles, Away
Charlie the homesick:- horse' If
going to be home for Christinas..
At the moment he's ton bee
line track lor his home' in rWafesv
some 200 miles from where' he.
started, o 1 e d d I n t steadily" on
across rivers, railroad and high;
' 'Tctildt)..- automobile association
patrolmen and farmer have bee
trymg to catch him, without avails.
Charlie keeps plodding on.
The horse was taken from
mountain iara in Wales and
brought to the farm of his new
owner, .Mrs, Anna Tomkin,. 48
who lives near here. That w.
tnirts .months ago.
Thlf week'CtiarHe w off. Of
flcials plotting his, course said M
was taking. Kead-toaight line
His; homing" asnnct nao: every
one nuzzled, except Charlie. He
nfwwn .ipimi -nii.n snviTH. inn
eral, towns. and two main railway
linest and swam' eight rivers.
eante-rintf westward at a steadv 28
miles a dav. But so far. no one
has ffotten near snmich so eatel
I laminar t motorists uraenng on me unersuHe row
1 from Baltimore Wav Oin Jtarnson, of ttie OMo
' met of Highways, sets up the first, bin LTB.m-Hiark
the few.-tbes;aa4.r -.,
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today, Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company t v
(max. mph) SE-1Z
RAIN (inches) 6
WATER. TEMPt :
(inner harbors) 78
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