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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. 1 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER U, 195
ITTB CEHTI

tlSMta's-Toarjil' m"1 SAi' Flying Dinners

' Several f thou s a n d excited
' 'youngster- were -able to get a
glimpse OI earn viauo no ."
made pre-Christmas rounds on
' the Isthmus thanks- td rmy
aviation units; based at Fort
Kobbe.- ; '
' Old St. Kick' had a whirlwind
tour of holiday parties on his
schedule, and since' his-usual
transportation is not suited to
the tropics,, he took to uie air
- In H-13-H helicopters provided
by the 937th Engineer Compa Company
ny Company aviation) (IAGS) and the
aviation. section, 1st '.Battle
Croup, 20th Infantry.
i The busy rounds began Sat-
lirday morning witn an appear-
?nB at Rsihna stadium: where

- the Canal j Zone Council, Boy
Scouts of' America; sponsored

their "Christmas Oooct Turn
nnrtv for several Panama oc-
Dhanages. First .'. Lieute n a n t
- Charles A. 8pencer of the 937th
-piloted the Jolly gentjon this
.The same morning Cant. John
R. Beier or tne Daiue -groups
.another helicopter trip, tnis
time to Fort Gullck for a party
ini4 w th KCTi and nffi-
cers' wives. And a full compie-
-jnent of kiddies rrom tne post
turned out on the Little League
ball field to give the visitor a
roaring 'welcome.
'Another appearance on the
Atlantic side was next on
Santa's schedule., Beler took
him to Coeo Solo where a gala
par;ty was in progress for ehil-
ilren of Navy personnel Mov Moving
ing Moving with the Coco Solo Naval
"Station, the, Cristobal Harbor
Defense1 Unit and Galeta Is
iand radio station. A women's
' committee also had Arranged
this holiday affair.
Before the morning Ttfas, ver
the jolly old gentleman i Jwd
:-annf.Vi Aat : vi.hla ) timi t

, JOTS hoddc, no,ii;api'i nomas

R." Smith .f the batue group's
' aviation section f piloted Santa
in a chopper; About son entnu entnu-iastic
iastic entnu-iastic members of the small
.fry aet,r were on hand ior, the
xun, arranged oy iner post
.xouth Activities council.,
To wind "up a frantic after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, St, Kick doomed down at
three more -partiesi Smith took
him to" Los Elos, where the tra tra-f
f tra-f xJitional community holiday -fes-'
tivitles were being held, f and
Captain Beler loadid both San Santa
ta Santa and his sack of goodies into
'copter for trips to Farfan
and summit Nayai Radio sta
tions.
Dn Moridav. It was ud In the
air again for Santa. That after-
noon 1st Lt Wallace H. Frank -Jin,
battle fcroup aviation sec section,
tion, section, deposited him In front -of
the Fort' Amador Theater. This
party, highlighted by Santa's
appearance, was sponsored by
the, post Youth .Activities. Coun Council.
cil. Council. 1
'Yesterday morning the -very
young group at Fort Amador
also had a chance to register
last-minute requests with the
happy old man from the North
Pole, when Smith brought St

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This' afternoon there's still
another hoUday affair In the

oiling, Beier u .due to aeuver
Santa at Quarrv Heights, .where
children of military personnel
from the post, Gorgas Hospital
and children of Panama: Canal
Co. members of the Quarry
Heights Officers' Club, ,wili-be
holding a party,
' That wUt about wind up the
Canal Zone, schedule for, Santa
until tonight, that is. Army
aviators won't be giving him. a
helping hand when he : makes
this, annual, tripr but there s no
doubt that he'll arrive as sched
uled, using his own secret meth method
od method of getting about ;
Color, fi Ught
Residents of Margarita claim
that their- housing area has
the best Christmas lighting ef effects
fects effects on the whole Isthmus this
year." 4 ?
Every house Is ablaze with
color and light at dusk and
some residents have; spent sev several
eral several hundred dollars to put in-:
trlcate displays and floodlight floodlight-lny
lny floodlight-lny on their awns androofs.
.Furthermore, they-'xefute the
suggestion .that has been made
in other areas, that their mag magnificent
nificent magnificent lights are the product
of a highly r developed instinct
lor "Keeping v up with the
Joneses,'?
"Nothing tOf the 'sort," snort
ed civic -councilor Tom Sellers
today "without wishing to brag,
we have the best community
spirit, hx, Margarita and there therefore
fore therefore .the prettiest gardens, and
the most spectacular lights
The General ;
Caribbean: Command. person
nel 'loaaT rweivea r special
hoJidaywereeting from Lt.'Gen.
Ridgely Gaither, Commander in
Chief Caribbean, eitingC their
unified effort lir successfully
sions, during .1958. ' J
The full f text of Gaither's
message is as follows;
"The yule season brings to a
cessful 'year f oirttie 'Caribbean
command and the Armed
Forces jnCthej Canal Zone; i
"Dunnr io8 we have ; lacea
our challenges with unified ef-j
fort and a singular purpose
foremost In our minds. Each
success- attribute to the : ln-
amouai snorts -or every mem
ber of the Caribbean Command.
We are -extremely- grateful for
our varied accomplishments ana
cherishvour esteemed relations
with our friends in the Repub
lic of .'Panama, Latin .America
and the Canal, Zonev (-
rtMv Dast'w elehV months' as
commander ih chief, 'have been
most satisfying and I take great
pleasure In "extending 4a each
of you and j your 'families "my
warmest greeting for a very
merry Christmas and a happy
and prosperous new year."
H. SAUNDERS

' Christmas dinners will ; take

to the air here tomoitow.
An entire meal w complete
from "soup to nuts'' will be
flown from Fort Kobbe to Rio
Hato, ready to be served piping
not. Tnese special arrangements
were made for. a-- group ot 16
soldiers from A Company, .1st
Battle Group, aoth infantry.
who are members of a guard
aetaenment at the wo Hato
training site ? i
'The food, prepared at the
company mess -hall, -wilt be put
in heat-retaining thermite cans
and loaded aboard an L-2Q for
the flight, .Capt vEldon O.
Basham : of the. battle group's
aviation section is to pilot the
aircraft, andf Capt. Robert S.
McClenaghan f JrY- company
commander, vWiU make the trip
to wish me t men a Merry
Christmas and a good 'appetite
lor tne turKeyjand trimmings:
PC Governor
Holiday greetings have been
extended to aQ employes" of the
Canal organization and their
families by Oov. W. E. Potter
and members of his staff. Best
wishes ifor' : the;1 holidays and
New Year were also extended t6
other UJS. government agencies
on the Isthmus' and to the peo people
ple people of Panama., .,
The complete text of the Gov Governor's
ernor's Governor's holiday message follows:
iAs 195 fast fades Into 1959,
I. take real pleasure in again
expressing year-ena apprecia
tion 'to tr dedicated group, of
employes making tup the Canal
Zone government nd the Pan
ama Canal COion the Isthmus J
m uaiti, and1 in New York And
Washington v
""That the past 1 months
have seen many milestones and
changes destined to leave their
imprint on the future history
of the Canal, and the Zone none
can doubt. You have just rea
son- to be proud of the I loyal,
efficient manner in which, this
waterway so vital to world com commerce
merce commerce and the economic- se security
curity security of the United States is
operated J.
"Grateful to vou all for- a
truly rewarding association, the
staff: joins me in this sincere
expression of thanks for the
past and yery t best wishes for
tne days ahead,
'; '?On behalf f all members of
the company-government warm
est holiday wishes are extend
ed to .members of the Armed
Forces, to representatives and
employes of auxiliary agencies
in xne z,onev ana to our friends
and neighbors in the Reorihlic
of Panama.. To you and your
families, a' most Merry Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and Happy New Year."
TheophilusH. Saunders figures
this is no time of the .vear for
anyoi.e to lose money f
..u C 1..'. u. i..
, so im i uvyuij uhi uic person
who left an appreciable sum of it
lying around carelessly in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa branch of the National City
will come around and claim it.
The "77-year-old Jamaican, who
has a peddler's permit to sell al almanacs
manacs almanacs and Christmas cards a a-round
round a-round Balboa, found the money in
as packet in the bank around noon
yesterday and immediately turn turned
ed turned it over to the assistant man manager.
ager. manager. ,
The money was counted and put
sway for safepkeeping in the hope
the owner would return to look for
it, -t k
, Whea the, bank closed af 3 p.rrf.
and still no one haJ appeared to
elaim the money, Saunders called
Your Community Network and.ask
ed the management to make lhe
announcement on the air, r
Saunders did not jive the a a-mount
mount a-mount of money he had found, but
he gave his home address so that
he could be found if someone call called
ed called in to the say he had lost som
moneyj
Up to this morning at 11 a.m.
none bad called th radio station
or had shown- up at the bank to
report the' loss... t x
Saunders, who retired from ser service
vice service with the Panama Cnal build building
ing building division 11 jeari ago, said
today:
"Whether rich or poor, this Is
no time lor anynoay to. Me mat
amount of money."
'"My .Christmas is provided tat,
and the 'person who lost the mo money
ney money probably intended to take
care of his Christmas with it,'
Saunders said. s
Saunders, who lives 'alone with
hit wife at U-68 West 17th Street,

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I AG S H ere
Relays Signals
From Atlas
Headauarters of the Inter
America Geodetic Survey Fort
viayton,' sam today mat an
Vanguard Minitrack stations In
Cuba and South America have
been receiving reeular tracking
data by radio impulse from the
Alias satellite as it orbits in
space.
None of these stations, how
ever, has received telemetry in information
formation information (data on cosmic rays,
micro-meteorite dust, tempera
ture ana other factors), which
is being provided ,by "jtatlons
elsewhere. 1
All data received from the
Vanguard stations in Quito,
Ecuador: -Lima. Peru and An-
tofagasta and Santiago, Chile,
are being channeled by radio
teletype to the-Quarry Heights
radio communications center.
From there the information
Is relayed to the Army Com Communications
munications Communications Center in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. -I'
IAGS last Tear was assigned
tne tasK or proviaing an oper operating
ating operating agency for participation
or ujs. Army cariDbean in con
structing and operating Mini
tracx sites, i:
' Each Minitrack station Is nrj,
erateet by a 'groue of 20 mllltarv
and, four civilian technicians
from the Army Man Service and
xm .navai jsesearcrt, wiDoatory;
Theyare assisted by .Interested
individuals from the Interna
tional Geophysical Year com
mittee vt'. each country where a
station Is located.
The Quarry .Heights relay
center: wag expanded last year
in connection with igy actlvl
CZ License Section
To Open Saturday
The license section nt Mie Civil
Asairs BuUding in Ancon will be
open Ksturaay from 8 a.m. until
4 p.m., it has been announced by
J. W. Hare-thief of the license
section.
Te special Saturday ooenins has
been arranged lot the convenience
of the gerlral public and will be
for the issutnee of licence plates
onlv.
The office will remain open con-'
timiously from' 8:30 a.m. to 4:15
p.m. on Dee.,29, SO and 31, Hare
snnounced,,
' Canal Zone automobile nwnr
have been reminded that after
midnight Dec 31, 1951, they will
not be permitted to operate their
ears in the Canal Zone without the
new 1959 license plates,
says he oava S7 month fv th.
rental of the small cornor, room
they OCCUpy. But h hH nmuiH.H
for his Christmas holiday In his
ip.w a montn. annuity and the
profits t h maker: frnnt ; tha u
of his'calendars and' Christmas
cards. So he has the deepest sym sympathy
pathy sympathy for the person who lost the
money, even though 1 he may be
riCh. .... I -'m
According In Ssnni1er fk.f i
the Spirit Of Condwlll whirh ahnnM
exist noy .only at Christmastime,
my u jer rouna. v; ,. ,, i;
Doming Gives Driver
Benefit Of Doubt
In Stop-Sigh Case
it 1 1 1 i
Judge John E' Ieming today
dismissed a case against a mo motorist
torist motorist charged with falling to
stop at a "halt" sien because he
said that-the position of the
sign was such that a motorist
eould be in, some doubt as to
whether the sign applied to him.
The motorist was Harry An Anthony
thony Anthony Boland, 58. American; and
he was charged with falling to
stop his vehicle at tth Street,
Curundu,' near Its Intersection
with R-ll road '
v Boland said 'there used to be
two ?stop" signs at the intersec.
tlon'but -one was taken away
and the anele of the Temainimr
orte did- not make it clear That
it applied to traffic travelling in
the direction he- was e-olne;:
The judge said he would be
given the benefit Of the doubt.

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WHAT'S IN, YOUR STOCKING? That's what three-year-old
Willie; Uanforth As trying .to ftod out as he peers Into the over oversized
sized oversized sock, sister Pat, 5, left for Santa. The jolly old gentleman
will have-'a busy time tonight, filling all those stockings hung
by the fireside, and happy, faces like these will be visible all
over th Tsthrnna ns ,t.h., vnuncrat.fira 1a1v In 1nr ctft and

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Danforthrlivratr-Foft Kobbewhert Dad lotftant'prthe jstfboalieightj'stalemtntA;-
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Colon Boxer Who Worked Over Girl' Girl'-Father
Father Girl'-Father Must See The Lady No More

A young professional, oexer from
Colon who "worked overvihe leal.
ous father of his sweetheart when
he was told he' could see her ( no
more, was lailed' at Cristobal Mag
istrates Court yesterday,
And this time it was judge ioren
S; Hillsinger wi1 told him to stay
way irom the girl or take an additional-term
in jail r
The boxer was Roderfclr Alber-
ger Simpson,-19,' f Panamanian
who fights under the name f Ro
derick McKay, at Colon Arena,
He and the girl'r father, Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance Division, worker George
Tapper, 44 of Rainbow City were
jointly charged with .disturbing
the peace by fighting.
Tapper, who had igly bruises on
the side f his face, said Simpson

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NAVY ORPHANS PARTf Olrls from the San Jose Orphanage In Panama City prepare to "dig
in" to heaping trays of Navy chow at the sailors' annual Christmas party for orphans at the
Fifteenth Naval District chow hall. About 55 girls were treated to the dinner, gifts, candy and
nuts. Lending a helping hand to the pint-sized diners are, at left, Navy Boatswain's Mate First
class, Howard Whitaker and,, right, Seaman Upnej E. Figyetedo. (Navy Photo)

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haa been trying to see his daught daught-erton
erton daught-erton Monday. He told him in no
uncertain terms to clear off and
ffever darken his" door 'again,
whereupon Simpson- became vi vicious
cious vicious and started hitting him.
Tapper could not defend himself
against the rangy professional box boxer
er boxer and tried to pull himself close
t$ Simpson to lessen the power of
the blows, tearing Simpson's shirt
in, the process x
The judge, found Tapper not
guilty and Simpson guilty.
t Simpson was oraerea to jbu
until p.m. Jan. 2 with an ad additional
ditional additional two weeks Jail, suspend suspended
ed suspended on condition that he no longer
molests any member of Tap Tapper's
per's Tapper's family.

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wanai zone aurnonnes, union leaders and, politicians,
continue in disagreement over the Single Wage Plan.
Balboa Heights today declared that the implement
tion of the plan will fulfill "in substance and spirit" tKt
1955 US-Panamd treaty.
,. Loco' Poke$man earlier branded the plan cr
US betrayal" of the treaty, and no retraction of this
charge was forthcoming following today's publication of ;
the regulations which will implement the single waqe a-'
greement.
A Local 900 spokesman's views on the "substance
and spirit of the treaty has caused h

retention of two pay scales under the Single Wage plan,
so far removed from the intent of the treaty as to be un- 1
acceptable to the unions 7

The canal Zone Civilian- per
sonnel Policy Coord inatlnir
Boara. yesteraay issued ,to the
various Canal Zone agencies
and employe unions and organ
izations advanc cooiea. of the
final draft of the Secretary of
the Army's regulations c which
are expected to be signed lu the
rear future, according to a.Bal-
:vA
The new' regulations." when
signed," will represent the : final
step in over two years f prep
aratiori .of policies, legislation,
and detailed procedures imple implementing
menting implementing Item 1 of .the Memor Memorandum
andum Memorandum of U. n d e r s tandings
Ho, Ho, Who?
A faith-shaking happenstance
set Cecoli youngsters on their
heels last evening. It was a
double exposure for Santa Claus,
and the kids saw red.
Apparently the Santas got their
radar signals garbled.
Wait Watson, whose long white
beard has suffered the strain
this season, was leaving the Co
coll Theater in the suitable attire
after dispensing goodies to the
children; Lo and behold and ho,
ho ho, another Santa sleigh and
all, just happened to be passing
by.
Disgruntled kiddies accused
Walt of being an lmposter.
Some swore they heard mis mischievous
chievous mischievous laughter mingled with
the tinkling bells as Santa No. 2
sped into the night.

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"

Plan
Heached of the 1955 Treaty, the
statement continued, ..a

Treaty v

w, t xecunve Qrder aignel
by President Eisenhnv. t.

Provided for ;th. Sewtaryrf
the -Army to issue detailed Z

ment Of the nnifnrm ma,T

nf. MWida.?rf ef.rnder'i,'S
that JeeisJfltlan nrrtiT' M...1.4

Si-4 if ? Sevsrnment in
existing r waee nraaticM in t
Canal zone;to certain, principles

The first of these- princlplea
required hat the basic wage fof
any given!, grade level will be tha.
cam -faw mmw ... ... ,:iv.

for appointment to the position ""
without regard to; whether tha

United states or of the Repubae
vi rtuinmi. . t
It also required UJS. Govern-
ment agencies to evaluate, elas

"u hiub ail positions in
thetCanalone without regard

w we nauonauiy or the in
cumbeht or the nronoserf Inonm
bent. & '

The Balboa Heights state $
ment said the new refutations
fully implement the first prin. t
ciple by reqoirinr each ef the

Canal Zone agencies to estab
lish uniformity of the job
classification standards and
nniformtty of compensation

m an positions except the t
listed lit the appendix of ie l v

draft of the new regulations.
These exceptions include of ft-

cers and employes whose ap
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Traffic Mishaps i
Denlleina del lzi
The IssfiriBl line Relna del
Mar bumped the side of Pedro Mi
suel lojcks yesterday during a
northbohnd transit but the damage
she sustained was reported It M
very minor,
This was the second accident the
Reina was involved m during her
pre-Christmas visit to Panama.
When she was berthing on Monday
at Balboa, a FanCanal tug which. ;
was assisting her rammed her
side; but main the damage was 1
merely some lost paint and a dim
nutiVe dent. h
The 20,324 gross ton British lin
er built two years ago, was net
delayed by the chapter of acci acci-dentSf
dentSf acci-dentSf although her captain, and
some,-crew members left her by
lauclt at Cristobal to give evi
dence at a spot inquiry held by the ?
Panama Canal Company 1
The findings of the inquiry have,
not been announced, t , k
Its Christmas
To add to the merrirnent
of, your Christmas you're alt
excused tomorrow "from
worrying about the world as
mirrored in the Panami A
merican. Ka paper, but a
merry Christmas to all ot
you. Sack Friday with the
holi d,g.y. Jtiflffjc iatPitl
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CHRISTMAS, DEGREES, 55 MINUTES NORTH

Even" though we're on the Isthmus

Everyone says. "Merry Christmas!"
, Just as nonchalant as if they lived In Maine.
The children'r cheeks are glowing
Even though it isn't snowing
And the grown-ups are hoping it won't rain.
There are Santa Clauses Jolly
And Imported wreaths of. holly
And living-rooms replete with Christmas trees.
There are 'colored lights put up
And a ribbon on the pup v
While Panama enjoys a summer breeze.
All the children In their beds
Find that dreams just fill their heads
Of all the dandy gifts they might receive!
But poor Santa's out of sorts
In his red Bermuda fhorts
'Cause he knows it's too darned hot for Christmas Eve!
But he bravely does his duty:
Gives each child his share of booty
As he calmly sits upon a cake of ice.
And he fills up all the socks
With candy, toys and blocks
While Mother gives professional advice.
Then he stops to mop his brow;
Says, "J must be going now,
"Cause I have a lot of other stops to make."
Then his face gets somewhat glummer;
He says, "It feels so much like summer
I hope I haven't made a big mistake!"
"But in case my timing's right.
I hM better sav tonight.
I wish you all a Happy Christmas Day.
"And if L come back next Christmas
To your hot and humid Isthmus,
You can bet I'll drive an air-conditioned sleigh!"
F. G. Keith, Jr.
Inter-Amedican Oeodetic Survey, Christmas 1958

CHRIST IN CHRISTMAS

Sir

A th ViolWav season arjDroaches I cannot help but wonder

at the time, effort and money put forth by us all to celebrate
inmth.ntT ofcmit. which we know verv little. We all accept time

off from our Jobs to celebrate eur two most important national

1 oiways but ao to tooth-cleaning. She keeps

nnj o ui V,Z :r:C"BuX..V, "CL an accurate

4

hnwino hpfnro Oftd in Braver to thank him for the blessings he

ha given tisrwwairyot us'hanlMgivlng means- only-a-
turkey dinner and a holiday from the office.
Even more tragic is bur substituting Santa Claus for Christ
in our lives t Christmas. How pathetic that we are pagan
' enough to allow the birth of Baby Jesus, our Savior, to take a
liack at to a fictitious, red-nosed, bearded man. Christmas Is
pot Santa Claus Day. but Christ's birthday. The day our loving
food gave us the most blessed present possible His Son to be
our Savior from death and sin.
It's a shame we cannot let Santa Claus have his part in
trChrlstmas without abandoning the beautiful Christmas story.
vBut how can we celebrate Christmas without Christ in our
olives? Can you imagine' how empty and pointless it would be
to celebrate the birth of Joe Dokes if we didn't know Joe?.
Knowing Christ is what puts the meaning, the warmth of love
tand plving to Christmas.
The world is becoming too full of agnostics, atheists and
vhe smart realists who refuse to believe the Bible and acknowl acknowl-edse
edse acknowl-edse God in their lives. My heart aches for these poor crea creatures
tures creatures who have hardened their hearts to the true meaning of
'life and must exist with their own self-sufficiency r without
the comfort of knowing their Creator and Savior. These people
t&o smugly assert their lack of faith and disbelief by the fact
that God cannot -be proven in a test tube or by mathematical
'"figures.' They speak of the Bible as beln? the work of men and
containing fictitious tales. These opinions come only through
Mack nf knowledee.' I challenge anv nerson of such opinions to

investigate th historv and authenticity of the Bible. These

ponie are omv Tjaraaine ineir uwu lmiumuur twui me

J)T fiOO. Ally inieiHKCJll person Miuwn uint uuiIumk in uvc"
" without creator and nothing is made without a maker and
fcthat evolution definiteiv has Its limitations.
i ",-( Often because of lark of proper tralnine and knowledge,
we refuse to think of God to worshln and elorify him then
' N.flnallv to deny his belnp. These noor people are like a blind
ian standing in tront of a beautiful building saving "there h
no building for I cannot see it. God is God and how can we
i- vxfict to he able to nut him in a test tube for our own stis stis-f
f stis-f 4a,etibn? He Is even too great and powerful for our comDreh"-
'sio but I'll never, understand how humans can live- in His
wvorld. ee His astoundlnr creations such a the lovely starry

Ttky. heir a choir of dedicated voices Droclni.r.ing "How Great
iTTriru Art,s to reallzp what God has meant lo and done for so
' "ma"" of our outstanding and great men and yet not believe
itn Him
Z His word tells us that we must accept Him bv faith. We
Mtin do this with so many things of leaser lmnortance. ro why
. Jlot. w)th God? How many p' u completely understand the
' Jfrn-flon 6t a human life or how a brown cow eats green grass
" nd give white milk? We cannot explain these things, but we
I -ilo not deny them. And we do have God's Word the Bible.
C"T'e"chn6t"cTeny.
j Historians, ren'ogists and scientists have proven without a
m! doubt thPt th Bible is true anrf authentic and is also the ln-
; 4 BTlre' infallible Word of God. Th further back into time we
;' 4 RP. the more lrdeMble this fact becomes. And this is what we
have to prove God' love and plan for us.
1 J I'm sure that if each non-believer were to read only the
, ? portion of the Bible that tells them of their eternltv of suffer suffer-'
' suffer-' ln In hell, they would be scared into becoming Chr'c 'ans. But

I Una it, much more pleasant to accept my God and Savior be because
cause because 4fthp peace, joy and happiness and evidence of their
lovip.w.care that comes with bellvlng.
I hope that we mav .al) work to put Christ back In Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and have the Joy In our hearts that this aeason should
brin,'.'
' ."'!'-'Y .-' M.S.
Sir: V;
Receiving a Christmas card bearing the words "The gift of
God is eternal life" (the re?t. and most important part, was
left off V inspired me to write this poem. Let's hope we'll all
put Chrtat ek Into Christmas, and remember that, "The gift
of Ood l eternal life, through jesus Christ our Lord" JRom.6-23.
.v.,.? !. ..,- Christ Is Christmas
. .It eempd that families long ago
United in a Christmas glow,
Remembered Christ was born the King, King,-When
When King,-When Christmas came exalted him
But times have changed, and memories dim;
4 Now few of us remember Him.
Commercialized throughout the land
It'a Santa Claus that takes the stand.
But Christ was born to savi. from sin
So let u put our faith in Him
a And when death take us thrnirh the door
' t We'll know we're His forevermore.
. .... Verona

By ROBERT C. ftUARK
In the midst of Yule, I have dis

covered a depressing statistic

which is that, on an annual basis,

seventeen million Teenagers will
have spent nearly ten billion

bucks' worth of their own mo

ney quite apart, the statistic

says, from anything their parents

spent on them.

By 1965, it says, the number of
pimpled people will have risen to

Iwenty-four million, snd they wiu

blow about fourteen billion clams

on personal purchases

This, it seems to me, puts Santa
Claus in a dreadful portion, since

a population of such amazing
wealth can scarcely be content
with the usual Santa sndard with

skates or catcher's mitts

I say it's depressine. because in
my callow youth Christmas was a

date on which you received pre

sent not npra"w laviched by

parents during the year, and
which you were certain! v u"ble
to afford out of a two-bit allow allowance,
ance, allowance, if you had an allowance at
all. And onportunities for easv out

side earning as. for instance

baby-sitting, were by no means

common.

I don't know how far you can
trust a stpt'stic net to turn rd
rend von. but (ccordin to one

study, the a"erae wppVIv income
ioijay fne a lS-year-oH bov is over

fnur (inllprs. n"er p!ht ir'inr
e, nver 1. fcrV t i. with dr's
ipVii -lltiv J5v"i with jn-

nut'on fhiit's piess o' monev.
I know n" familw t'ree cn'i.
rn wh'en Ms on iv
"liar', in r"fn tpr th npro",i-

-nrp ''"' rhores ?rf'inl the

"loiisp. with hon-il',T,nve SV

n fnr Turfni"vprn Vmrp priA
beyond the cell, including grades

at schon'

Out of this steady income, the
Vids keen rnnms nici'r

'S var. "''"b in he lr'en. end

From a n",-,nfns'','-ble in

come, they iw Jor Tne'r sdotis
auiomen. social rs at a a-musement
musement a-musement pirk. Chrinias and

ith'''", m-a'ns. rP""rds and e-

ven their dpntal sen'"".

That is ro s poln-'ed e

't sound', s e te ',?n mck

the t- 'or "nr?l orthodon

tic work. V make th srrts nay

for each filling as it becomes
necessary.

I ventured to the mama mat

having a tooth filled was rough

enough without having to dip in

to your fun money, but tne ma mama
ma mama pointed out, with some rea reason,
son, reason, that the penalty drecreased
their consuotion of candy, in
the interests of general health,

an accurate log, this mother, and

showed a. sham decline in cavity-

plugging since lhev childer felt
simultaneous aches in both fang
and pocketbook

This purely proiess.onai ap

proach to instilling virtues of
thrift and self-sufficiency into the
young is admirable, I suppose,
but it would also tend to reduce

certain closeness between par

ent and child.

Something, it seems to me,

must vanish from the nest when
the fledgling is out catching his
own worms, to' spend as he

sees fit.

T know that today, as an adult,

that there is nothing want in the

way of. gifts to make Christmas
memorable, since it is obvious
that if I wanted a new red sled

I probably would have already

bought if for myself, being a
wage-earner.
There is nothing left today of
the delicious anticipation of the
one big day out of 365 when good
little boys and girls received
their heart's desires or did not
receive them, and so gave way
to heartbreak. I should imagine
that Santa Claus, to today's rela relatively
tively relatively rich young, is in no wise
a man of such imnortance as the
St. Nick of my time.
I suspect th ngs were a great
deal simpler in the pre-pre-tele-vision
days, when a sack of can candy
dy candy and a dish of Brazil nuts

meant something festive, even if

sania missed the chimney and
forgot to leave the bicycle or the
doll.
There would alwavs h anoth

er year when he would surely get

nia aaaress book untangled.

A DasH.of This-A Jigger of That;

IX W 'f t

i Strviea,

Waiter Wmchell

In Mew

York

FIRST NIGHTS

A shapeless mass sighs and

chuckles groans or yawus claps.

nanas and then scatters into me

neon brilliance of a Broadway

night exchanging' airy notnings.

ine theatre is leu to twisiea play

bills and the darkness. Within a
few hours the decisions in dailies

will determine whetnei a snow

will long endure. .The audience

accepts a premiere as a social e-

vent, an opportunity to appear

well-groomed in pudhc. for crea

tive artists, nowever, nrs

night represents a profound per

sonal experience a time oi lear

nd hope. Months, and possiwy

years of toll, are compresseu

within several crticai nours

wbich may seem like ages.

it im r.nrop S Kaufman's con

sidered opinion thai the wsy to
face an opening night is to take

general anesthetic. In tnat

way. yon can nave your teeui us

ed and play open at the same

time. Then stay quiet for sever

al days before reading the reviews."

The foregoing is not an idle

flippancy. Playwrights accept tne

challenge of first nigr.ts wun an

the equanimity of a killer await

ing the executioner. .Kautman
co-autlored "The Solid Gold Ca

dillac" with Howard Teichmar

Following the premiera Teichian

dropped ver to Kaufman s apart

mentwhere the tension was spi spi-raling.
raling. spi-raling. For jver an hour, the co coauthors
authors coauthors paced the room without
saying a word. Finally, Teichman
broke the spell by murmuring:
"Nice day." Whereupon Keufman

groaned: "I was a nice day
when they hurned Joan of Arc."
Thespians must face opening
night executioners. Playwrights,
no less frightened, have more
freedom of movement. They hava
the privilege of going to Europe
or Jumping off a bridge on the e
ventful evening. .Robert Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood once confessed: "On the
day 'There Shall Be no Night'
was to open I rose at 3 a.m.,
dressed and took cab o Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania Station. T boarded the
train for Washington. By the
time I got there, I thought 'What
the hell 'id I do that forf I was
just churned up too much. It was
a disgraceful piece of escapism,
I concluded. I haJ a glass of o-

range juice and a cup

and sent a telegram to

aid: For some reason have
ione to Washington and will be
oack at noon.'

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quated e-quated premieres with criminal e e-vents.
vents. e-vents. Ben Hecht has compared
it to a mugging. Eugene 0 Weill
described it as a form of murder
and S. N.. Behrman is of the opi opinion
nion opinion that "opening nights are a
combination of sadism and bar barbarism".
barism". barbarism". .The premiere -terror
goes beyond the dread verdict of
critics. It includes numerous ln ln-corrigibles
corrigibles ln-corrigibles Mr. and Mrs. X.ippy
who gab during a performance,
the monumental boraa who are
habitually tardy and the kettle kettledrum
drum kettledrum section of coughers. Such
notorious nuisances compelled the the-ifsdally;
ifsdally; the-ifsdally; serene Helen Ha "is HQ
publicly protest: "Maybe5 we
should get someone to establish a
chair in a university to teach peo peo-pie
pie peo-pie how to behave in the eatre,"
Inidentally, neither supreme
talent nor extraordinary success
can deaden the agony of the pre premiere
miere premiere ordeal. Several years ago,
Miss Hayes moaned: "I 'can't
bring niyself to think of the
strain of another opening 1 night
on Broadway." n
For performers the first night
is another planet. It is made of
grease-paint and surrounded by
imagination, skill, vanity and am ambition.
bition. ambition. Actors are like other peo
pie, only different. They are a u u-nique
nique u-nique breed who require artistic
magic as well as physical stamina.-
They are dedicated people

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As Rex Harrison noted: "All day

I build toward the premiere. You
wouldn't 4e -an actor if you were
bovine, so there always has to

be this nervous tension. After the

show I wonder why my stomach

muscles haven't gone 'whoop dur

ing the day. No ouestion about it

an actor's toughest critic is hit.

stomacn.

Ethel Merman is a rarity. Her
stomach doesn't go "whoop" dur

ing a first night. There nave

been many yarns about her a

mazing tranquility jan opening
nights. Nevertheless, the star

wasn't alwavs a cool chicv.

Miss Merman, reached the Broad Broadway
way Broadway ,heans by, wMmming ? a a-crM
crM a-crM 4 Mii Song ("IVe Cot
Rhythm") in "Girl Crity." "As

she records the event in her me

moirs: "It's very hard for me to

stand back and take a con, calm

look at that first night. It's still
like thunder in the back of ; my
head. I didn't know what was

happening to me. .When I fin

ished that song a star had been

born. Me. I still didn't get the
meaning of what had happened.

I knew people were beating their

hands together and I l.ad to sing

encore after encore but' all the
noise and excitement made me

SlUggy;"- :,-
' At intermission, George Gersh
win came backstage and counsel

ed: "Don't ever let Anybody give

you a singing lesson. It 11 ruin

you." 1

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WASHINGTON Limousines

drovt slowly up to the east wing
the White House. A livened foor foor-maa
maa foor-maa helped out. ladies in evening

gowns and men in white tie and

tads. 1

They filed into tht lower White

House where naval and milita

ry aides with gold braid on thair
shoulder! earelully lined thera up
in the order they would proceed
in to dinner.

It was the first of tha ffiril

WhitA Hmi ttiniura dim)

! of the Washinaton social

especially ? select this year be

cause they hava been cut -down to

uve. This waa the dinner for uc

Supreme Court. '&r& )4vi-.

Justice Huso Blackoldeit mem

ber Of th 'court in nnint at

ice, arrived promptly, a few, min

utes oerore eight with Mrs. Black

ana was told by an aide whera to

Stand. -i;''

Other justices. William O. Dou-

glas. Tom Clark, John Harlan,
William J. Brennan. Charlea Whit.

taker. Potter Stewart jrrivwirh

their ; wives, promptly; So did the

mree' retired justices of th emirt

ana tne other guests 78 in all.
All stood in the main ballroom

waiting tha'entrv nf thcit- hnt.

But theirhosts did not appear.'

aiiauies ucaea ov. lva min

utes is considered a polite time

ir me aeiay an official White
House dinner, or at the most ten.
Guests arrive ahead of time.

They do not keep the President

waiting, and he does not keep his

nertt s. i)u Pont III, scion of

me great chemical e o m n a n v

stood patiently. Not far awiv

too? the Supreme Court Justice,

nuuira ureonan. wno naa

wntten the devastating nini.w

lorcing wu ront to divorce itself

from General Motnri. Krhvmm

Justice Tom Clark who first

mea me suit aeamst Do Punt

Some guests wondered whv Mr

Du Pont was invited to th s.i.

preme court dinner. But he and
his family had contributed teu..

423 to re-elect Ike in 1956. and ne

stood patiently in line waiting to

greet me man oe ne put in the

wnite House.
WIALTH VS. THI LAW

Richard Mellon of Pittsburgh,

who with his family dominates
the Aluminum Corporation, the
Mellon banks, and the Gulf Oil

company, also stood patiently

Justice Black of fiie Supreme
Court had attacked his companies
when in the Senate and the court

naa consistently handed down rul
ings in opposition to the Mellons
economic philosophy.

v Mellon personally gave $33,000
to elect Ike in 195S and with his
family gave 1100,150. He stood in

omp ff1 P"mPrt.n

.fot iar -away atooa Winthfop
Aldrich, former ambassador to
Great .Britain, : former ; .neadyf of

m vnaae name ana uncle of gov.

elect Nelson Rockefeller He had
tapped hisv friends : for $2,000,000

lor rn nepuoiicans in rais

ea almost as much in 1952. He
too differed with the Supreme
Court's economic rulings, but he

stood in line waiting to honor the
court a dinner, ,
- Nearby waa John A II. Olin. ;

head ot the Olin-Mathieson Che-

mical Corporation, which gets an
average on oalf a billion aolinrs

nually in detente contracts- trom

tne Eisenhower administration al
so Spencer T. Olin, .chairman ol
tne tiOP finance tommitteeineiT'

family gave $53,550 to re-elect Ike

at the last eie cuon and they too -stood
ia line to honor th Supreme
Co!rt which has riiled consistent
ly against their companies' econo economic
mic economic philosophies.
' Patient aiso'wae George Wide'
ner, the m portrait collector, and
racehorse owner. He gave -24,200
to le-elect Ike and came to pay t
homage to the Supreme Court.
There were also Harvey 'Fire v v-stone
stone v-stone of the automobile tire fami fami-ly
ly fami-ly whose company haf faced an
antitrust auit,. and Elizabeth. Ar,
den, who entertained Mamie 1 at
her Maine Chance reducing ranch
in Arizona;" and the Howard Simp
ions-he's president of the Balti
more aha Ohio Railroad; and the
Harold Tinneys whe own one' of
the ritziest places in Newport
They U waited. The Eisenhower
didn't appear.
Speculation arose that perhaps
Ike wanted the first families of
upper-bracket America, to get bet better
ter better acquainted with the Supreme
Court justices who had ruled a
gainst upper-bracket AmertcaTri
nally at $:30, an unprecedented
half hour late, the President and
Firtst Lady, appeared. :
THI CULPRIT
Howard Young, a house guest,
had arrived late. "It was terri terrible,"
ble," terrible," ha confided. "I couldn't get
into my evening clothes. They had
to send two men to help me."
Young, an art collector who had
entertained the President at .. his
Wisconsin camp, had kept the big
$100,000 contributors waiting .30
minutes. Mr. Young himself gave
Ike only $500.
Dinner began.. Suddenly two la la-dies
dies la-dies became ill. Mrs. Simpson suf suffered
fered suffered a mild heart attack and her
B. and 0. husband escorted her
from the table. Mrs. Harold Tin Tin-hey
hey Tin-hey suffered stomach upset and
left the table with her husband.
Washington hostesses consider it
bad to have vacant places at a
formal dinner. But the guests pre
tended not to notice.
Downstairs, -, however, a new
batch of guests began arriving.
They were invited for 10 p.m.. and
when you get invited to the White
House you arrive on time. They
did. But they too 'waited.-'; They
waited not half an hour but an en entire
tire entire hour, .v '-,',-'-:v
These guests included memberi
of flio Court of -Appeals, the) Just Just-ic
ic Just-ic Departnient, ,the cream ejt the -Washington
Judiciary ISO of them.
But they waited.? By the time they
got upstairs they were furious.
A 10:50 they were finally 4 per
mitted upstairs for the musicale.
Shortly threafter thi President
said he;had to go downtairs to
see that i the Army .chorus got
champagne' and cookies. He then
slipped off to bed. i ; I

LABOR NEWS
And
COMMENT

By VICTOR RIESEL

'Twas the night before Christmas, and in jubilation, ( (-.
. (-. The labor chiefs toasted the state of the nation. -The
unions had called lor landslide elections.
Spending money and. hours to back their selections.
The voters had answered their hue and their err, '.f
And. the Democrats' star rose high in the sky.
Except for New York State, the G.O.P, knew v -.
, That by I960, they had plenty to do.
Executive 'suites are "already preparing
To match labor's tactic with their kind of daring.' r ;
They'", build a machine that businessmen hope
Attracts' ail the voters more strongly than COPE.
The country ii now firiancially aound.'
There'll be mUlions of jobs to go all around.
But laboi" still has a few pressing chores V
like ripping some unions from the mobs' greedy pawl.
George Meanyi the man who ean challenge these foei.
.He stands up for- his rights wherever he goes.
, He insists that his colleague aU do the same.
And urges and prods thera and calls them by namel
i.n''N Schnittler and Inight,
04 Carey On Mintoni Let' make the good fightT
i.E0 ,t0Pf minute, for we must remember
W have tht trust of each rank-and-file member.
"Dubinsky; Potofsky and the Seamen' Paul Hali,
:4.uckmar' Schoemarin, we must stay on the ball.
, The work' not yet done. We'U have holes in our head. V
::T;T..;B':fH5 the mob, aa we.did the Red."
- Out in Detroit, In Solidarity House. '''
Walter Reuther was calling Jim Hoffa a loue.
: The language wa itrong for the man with red hair;
. 1 A To the public, howver, Hoffa mealed.. " ? I
&y.; Hell make urc that each cop wear a Tmo hield.
-rtBut bere t' a. tage word'-from 'Irish Mike Quill,',
":'U J couldn't do it,-Jim never will, rk '?V."n

Comes pring. Dave McDonald will demand from Big Steel -A
new union pact that will make the firm reel.
Hell threaten to shut the mills with a iMV,

And the hniaaa will tall him "Vam rf mm' ill it t

ai nayes, tne Macninist, is gating at. tr.
? If not that he' thinking of living en Mr.,
Hi members are vital in America' race
- Te fly faster than Khrushchev in outer ipice.

7'

;'ia!.tiBwta,- thai metter'bf Shaketpeareaa IUom,
Has headache these days with th non-union, mine;'
He' ready te battle to him it' a pleasure 1
4 -A Per he can retaliate f measure for measure '.,
". "-;' '-.'t: '''';'' 's:',:" ii"r:.'-i;-:,!''';'''!fV;'''i''.,-l''.)!V'-'ii-'r:!'S' vi'-,',';V..'.4-
H Cheer to Bob Kennedy, he a marwlth no fear,
. Still tackling the Mafia and the goon they hold dear,

- io mow now me nooas put some unions in chain
';V -Continue to be one of Bob's greatest aim.
'V! H'J ,;if ; '-- r -. '-'i ,--.'' :it::ii iv-tyt'!
; Wow on final word to bur nation' top leder
,,: f ,:. Te city folk, country folk, newspaper readers,
; '. To the people who eheriih democracy's mlrht.

"Happy Christmas to all and to all a ggsd nigbl.'Li

I.. '' 1 .' .'- V

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ACTIVATION CEREMONT Lt. Gen. Rldgely Gaither, commander In chief i' Caribbean,:-right,
jtnd Capt; Justo Veloz-Mufloz, battery commanding officer, exchange salutes following pre pre-i
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'New Labor-Management Techniques
In US Useful In LA Says Burrell

T O
NEW'YOEK (USIS) Two
Central- America indusjia
have, said tbat many of the labor labor-jnanagement
jnanagement labor-jnanagement innovations: gaining
ground ; in the' United 5 States were
" JppUcable' to Latin AmericS,f-
; .They "were finrique Burrell,'K of
Tanama. and Trino Araya, of Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica. They were speaking for
tnemDers'pf tneir lop managemcnv
.group, which made a suc-weeK
study and observation tour of -U.S.
,-
..comtbere,;.';,;'1; '- :;:fi '4"
; mm ?tnur was under ; the; auspices
. TnrumaniBemeui xu uviuauj-
of the International Cooperation
Admifaistratibfl (Point Four).-
Both Burreli and Araya s i i d
their iroup had been particularly
.sH htr th "svstem of mul-
f ni mfltiagement" which, while
relatively new in- the United States
was "unknown m-iAwa num. num.-"
" num.-" ca. They said that in the opinionj)f
their group tne system
' management and labor represent represent-"atives
"atives represent-"atives ln a firm a -sort of un unofficial
official unofficial board of directors", oper operating
ating operating with its president and ofuc-.
lal board ef tdweetorv i art peat
Trte forward- lb .ttmprowaf aum aum-'
' aum-' anVelattons iacliiiptiy. H y.
Th't tw,6 Central American in
duBtrialists-'said that the -multiple
management system would be ap ap-i;nv.i.
i;nv.i. ap-i;nv.i. narHniilarlvrin industries
where -the personel i .jnore" high

ly, trained, unaer sucn a syhioiu,
they-saidj a sense -of particpaUon
in the industry is given the work worker,'
er,' worker,' management is,; made -more
, conscious ot the problems faced
by turn, and : teamwork between
both groups ls promoted. A much
teamwork develops,? production
; ; and sales increase, with a conse conse-!'
!' conse-!' quent benefit to- the ; worker ; in
ii terms oi higher .wages rand. a
f more elevated standards of living.
'I Araya said that.Min mahy-
f riixr.rivfilnt)p(l countries such as

those of Latin America, we' must

work;wita labor as a tea m as is
bappening in the U.S., now-'-. i :
Burrell and Araya concurred in
the view that anything that would
' tend to divide labor -and manage management
ment management in Latin America ould.-,on-ly.
worX tovthe detriment oi both
In' thi( connection,- they noted that
' the conditions under which labor
". developed in the U.S. are not p p-..
.. p-.. plicable to Latin 1 America. ;
t They said that Latin American
mangement Is attempting to avoid
. the mistakes male by U.S.,mana-,
gement in years gone by,, and h
sincerely desirous ,of adopting
many of the measures adopted by
U.S. industry to rectify aucher-
The two spokesmen said, their
group hafUalso ben deeply im impressed
pressed impressed by the current .trned in
Ameriean industry and business to
train its personnel to specialize not
only- in management but other de departments.
partments. departments. m'
1 They said that this Increased the
efficiency of operation of many In-

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dustries which heretofore- had us used
ed used a haphazard system of choosing
their, executives and management.
personnel,; w;'
. This, tooi they, added, would: be
aonlicable in Latin America.
The Panamanian-Costa Rican
group In the course -of its tour
visited large,, lactojies j ana com commercial
mercial commercial operations in the cities
of Chicago. Boston, Baltimore,
and New York: lso both Houses
of Coneess, and the Departments
of Labor and Commerce in Wash
ington. They spent a fweek at the
Second Inter-American A Manage Management
ment Management Conference at White Sulphur
Springs, West Va.,. held under the
auspices of the, Pan American
Council 6f the Comite Internatio
nal de Organization Scientifique,
- Other members of the- Panama'
nian Kroup. besides. Bureel in
cluded Jorge Arias; Ricardo Brin
and Mario de fiego.
Belgians Gathering
Mushrooms Trapped
In GroKo Collapse
BRUSSELS, Dee.' 13 CUPI)
An underground grotto in
corner of Belgium collapsed to today,
day, today, apparently wiping out part
of a group of villagers collecting
mushrooms: for Christmas- din
ners..
Eighteen were burled and
feared dead. The broken body of
an? eight-year-old girl was the
first to be recovered from the
humid, dark passageways of the
grotto, .. ,.(-: w
. About ISO persons from the
quaintly -named village of Zlch
en-Zussen-Bolder, lnvthe north-
east- corner of thecountry on
the Dutch? border, were gathers
ing mushrooms when 4he dlsas
'Mostciaw.ied and Scrambled
their "way to safety through pas.
sages and air shafts.- Twelve
were hospitalized with serious
injuries.: Dozens of others were
treated at, the site for cuts and
bruises,
i Rescue teams from Holland
and Belgium converged on the
spot within a half hour of the
alarm being given.
.- ':.';';. '-::' ; 'u
' But ft police spokesman said
"it would be a miracle if anyone
is alive" sunder the tons of rub
ble which tell on the muddy
floor in v which mushroom
thrive. -

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Gulf & S. American
To Build 5 IJow,
Modem Cargo Ships

. NEW ORLEANS' Gulf and
South American Steamship Co.,
inc., tonay signed ? a long-range
contract. with the U.S.' Mairitime
Aumuustrauon providing for the
construction of five new, modern
cargo vessels. .......
Tni new 20-year oneratin? sub.
sidy agreement was. signed in the
offices of Capt; Thomas A. King.
Gulf Coast .director of the Mariti
me Administration, rather than in
wasnington as is customary. The
symbolic, entering into oi this
agreement here in New Orleans
emphasized the fact that Gulf and
South America is domiciled here
and other U.S. Gulf ports.
The five new vesseis, which will
operate Over Gulf and South Am American'!
erican'! American'! route betweeen Gulf ports
and the west coast of South Am America,
erica, America, will: be constructed, two in
1961 and three in. 1963, replacing
the line's present fleet of five C-2
type vessels. .
The five new thiol will be a mo
dification of the C2-L-M5 design
conceived by Lykes Bros, Steam Steam-ahin
ahin Steam-ahin Co.. who toeether with- Graea
LinC'liilritly ewn Gulf And South
American.
Crippled RP Tanker
Has Difficulty :
Slaying Afloat
NAPLES. Italy. Dec. 24 fUPn
United States naval authorities
said today the badly crinoled Pa
namanian tanker ilirador 4a Is Is-kehderun
kehderun Is-kehderun harbor, it Turkey, was
having difficulty in keeping afloat
aespite tne aia of tne pumps of tne
U.S. dei troy ot John IL Pierce.
; They said in a Dress release that
the U.S. destroyer had been sent
from Rhodes Island, to assist both
the Mirador and the U.S. Naval
tanker Oklawaha, after the ex
plosion and fire board the. ?ana
manian -snip last Wednesday."
Information from "the John R.
Pierce received here,5 they said,
showed three lives were lost.
The AmericaHvictim; was Iden Identified
tified Identified as Roy Beck; second engin engineer
eer engineer who died inrthe flames aboard
the Mirador-were Greek eitizens,
the naval authorities said.
The U.S. naval tanker Oklawaha,
longside the Mirador at the time
of the explosion, : was c b a d 1
scorcnea out ;othi
nerwise indamag-
ed, they said.
LEFT FOOT FORWARD
DES MOlNES,fowa,lUPr) A
thief who took $1,040 worth of shoe
samples from the car of salesman
John Schroeder 1 of -1 Lancaster,
Ohio, later dumped hir loot in dis disgust.
gust. disgust. ,
Every shoe was for the left foot.
W$u

On display for the

VaJ ri-ll III j JUJ
II:ni:B;Besi j&vilf
ByCoard 0 RoyI
NEW YORK (UPI) t f The old
man and the Sea' -was named the

best moving picutresof 1958 yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the National Board, of
Keview of Motion Pictures, :--
iiims oi ine mdeoendent. non
profit organiiation, said the movie
version of Ernest; Hemingway's
best-selling- novel was chosen be because
cause because Jt is one of th few movies
that have dealt with the dramatic
tneme of the individual .the
universe A -a' : v; H'i t.Yfc
The board chose "Patter. Pan-
chali," an Indian film, as the best
foreign movie shown in the U.S.
-John Fori war named" top df-
recior or tne year for1 "The Last
Hurrah.' The best actress award
went to Ingrid' Bergman for rThe
Inn V of : the Sixth HaDDiness."
Spencer Tracy wai named best
actor of the year lor two movies
"The Old Man and the Sea, and
"The Last Hurrah
Kr? Walsh was voted the besf i
suopomng actress tor ner roie in
"The Horse's Mouth, a British
comedy 'starring-Alec Guinness.
Albert Salmi was named the best
supporting actor for his perform performances
ances performances in "The .Brothers Karama Karama-zov"
zov" Karama-zov" ?and "The Bravados.'
The board gave a sneeiat nost
humous citation to the late Rob-
ert Donat for ''The valor of his
Performance in "The Inn nf the
Sixth Happiness." He died shortly
after completing his rale in the
Movie.

Sincere (Best
wishes for a
Yflerru Gkristmas

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Kay, Learns She, 1 -Rex
Didn't Lose t t-All
All t-All On Flop Play
A LONDON (UPIV-Actress Kay
Kendall teamed with relief yes

terday frt she and her actor hue hue-bapd,"
bapd," hue-bapd," Rex Harrison, weren't
broke after, all
' Miss Kendall tearfully 'ted
newsmen Sunday she and Harri
son had lost "all eiu saving
everythmg" ma London play
.that closed after 12 days.
t Her hnsband, however, disclosed
yesterday "that we haven't lost a
penny." He explained' that he bad
farmed out part of hii $11,200
half-share a the play, 'The
Bright One" and "no individual
has suffered a real disaster."
: Miss Kendall had the lead role
in the play that Harrison directed
im his time off from starrins in
the smash-hit London run of. My
Ja Lady."
llknew that Rex had under
taken to find half the money for
The Bright One', and I thought
tbat oneant our money," the ac-
tres explained.
E50
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wHe Mwer take your edvlce seem
to pet olonn eeywow?
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first time in

most talked about car of the year

Bob Hop? Jgnpres

DoeVResr Orders
I"
On GI Sfiow Tour
TORREJON, Spain (UPI)-Bob
nope, ignoring doctor's orders to
"take it easy,' pushed ahead to today,
day, today, with a -jrueling Christmas
wur u. g. oases overseas.
aope was hospitalised briefly
after, his arrival in Spain Sunday,
following an attack of dizziness
apparenuy Drought on by, high
blood pressure and exhaustion. He
was up and about again, however,
in time to play a scheduled show
lor ma troops.
He refused to cut down tf 12.
day, 10 show schedule of his
tour of bases in the Azores, Mo Morocco,
rocco, Morocco, Spain, Italy, Germany and
"The doe said I wasnt getting
enough sleep," Hope said" "We
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got only a few boors rest beforeilhey TaB apprecfate"ur
leavini New icrsev. and nothint ine ?

at the -Azores. Then I played a
benefit golf matdi when-1 should
have been in bed, and. man. it's
been murder.
"But I love ft We play in han hangars
gars hangars and have to scream our
lungs out, we get rained on some sometimes,
times, sometimes, but I lov. it The serviee
people are great audiences,, and
SATINA CmtZS.YOU

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Ask for your fret ticket for
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Merry ChrUtnuu aid
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vHopo had eeJy eJht hours e
broken deep ia the first n heart
of bit tour. He was 4S minute
late -to Ids first show la Spsia
because ef his brief stay la the
hospital, but he laughed it ft

"The doe counted my
useles, and figured Yi
oarding mem,MOw said.
bees
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..vVZDNKDAY, DECEMBER 24, 191

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MISS PATRICIA QUINN
ENGAGEMENT OF MISS QUINN TO MR. THOMAS LIONETTI
IS ANNOUNCED HERE TODAY BY HER PARENTS 1
Mr. and Mrs. Marc P. Quinn of Balboa and La Paa,1 Bolivia,
announce tne engagement of their daughter, Patricia Teresa, to
Mr. Nicholas Thomas Lionetti, son of Mr. and Mrs. Domenico
Lionetti of Cliff side, New Jersey. 1
Mis. Ouinn is the granddaughter of Mrs. Patrick J. Quinn
end the late Mr. Quinn of Tom's River, New Jersey, and of Mrs.
CataUna Garcia de Paredes Escobar and the Ute Dr. Lisandro
Escobar of CU. Colombia.

The bride-elect was graduated
from Balboa High School in 1935
and attended the Universities ot
Pennsylvania and Colorado, where
Che studied drama under Stella
Adler and Lee Strasberg. She re recently
cently recently appeared on the New Vork
Stage in Maxwell Anderson's play
"The Golden Six."
Mr. Lionetti,. a recording artist,
has appeared in summer s t o c k

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and until recently was the singing
star of the television program
"Hit Parade."
No date has been set for
wedding.
the
Plan Art Announced
For M si Bricefio's Wedding
Miss Roselene Therese Briceno
will become the bride of Mr.
Brack Gillium Hattler Jr. at a

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double ring wedding ceremony Sat
urday evening at seven o'clock in
the Virgen del Carmen church.
The bride-elect is the daughter
of Col. Julio E. Briceno, Pana
ma's Ambassador to Brazil, aed
Mrs. Briceno. The bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Brack G.
Hattler of Golf Heights.
Miss Briceno will be attended
by the Misses Dolores Bricenu,
Elaine Greene, and Pilar del Va
lie. Her maid of honor will be
Miss Patricia Hattler, sister of
the groom. Flower girl will be lit little
tle little Lidia Garcia de Paredes daugb
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Raul Garcia
de Paredes, and ring bearer will
be Harmodio Arias III son of Dr.
and Mrs. Harmodio Arias Jr. A A-rras
rras A-rras bearer will be Nino de la
Ossa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jose
A. de la Ossa.
Best man to the groom will be
Mr. Sergio Bettancourt and ush ushers
ers ushers will be Mario Galindo, Paul
Duran Jr., and Robin Greene.
Besides the parents of the bride
and groom 'padrinos' will be Pa
nama's Foreign Minister and Mrs.
Miguel J. Moreno, U.S. Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador and Mrs. Julian Fiske Har Harrington,
rington, Harrington, Assemblyman and Mrs.
Aquilino Boyd, Assemblyman and
Mrs. Juan B. Arias, Dr. and Mrs.
Harmodio Arias Jr., Dr. Roberto
Anas and Dame Margot Fonteyn
de Arias; Panama's -M i n i s t er
of Commerce and Agricultu
re and -Mrs. .Alberto
Boyd, Dr. and Mrs. Gumermo
Chapman, Dr. and Mrs. Francis
co Fabrega, Mr. and Mrs. Virgi-
ho Perez, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
T. McGrath, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
T: Mosher. Mr. and Mrs. Rov
watson, Mr. and Mrs. George A
nas, Mr. and Mrs. Raul Garcia
Paredes, Mr. and Mrs. James
Plan, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Duran.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bennett, Mr.
ana Mrs. Luis F.. Marnnz. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Fidanque, Mr.
and Mrs. 0. L. Richards, Dr. and
Mrs. J. J. Vallarino, Jr., Dr. and
Mrs Frank J. Raymond, Minister
Councellor and Mrs Arturo Gon
zalez, and Mr. and Mrs. William
Boyd.
(Continued on fact 8.
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To our students and
many friends "Merry
Xmas and Happy
Dancinr Feet."
HARNETT & DUNN
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13 Greek
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83 Abstract being
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2 Shield bearing

N 1 Screen
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Camvetes
g He it one of
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cinema
' performers
I He r- in
motion
pictures
12Iroquotan
' Indian
IS Silkworm
14 Hone color
15 Lohengrin's
bride
16 River in
Switzerland
t? Ireland
II Irritate
20 Dinner course
12 Dutch city
2S Expire
24 Neediest
28 Sacred song
22 Scottish
alder tree
13 Route (ab.)
34 Falsehood
I 35 Perched
! J Social Insect
39 Pitch
40 Breathe
noisily in
sleep
43 Reconstruct
45 Uncle Tom's
friend :
47 Capuchin
monkey
, 48 Paused
i 81 Make a trip
58 Against
t 58 Wise bird
88 Be borne
1 88 Roman road
' 60 Scottish
sheepfold
8 Sound of
disapproval
4 Tidier
, 8 Closest
Age
1 Telegraphed
I Mountain :
crests
Coconut fiber
Unusual Gifts In
Cause No Undue
NEW YORK (UPl)-You think
you have Christmas package prob problems.
lems. problems. What if you had to ship a
hippo or a girafee?
Yet these and other rather nard-
to-wrap gifts are among those
handled during a Yule season oy
railway expressmen, who like the
postmen, seem to get the job done
despite the o ds. A visit to Rail Railway
way Railway Exprss general headquarters
here to see what people are ship shipping
ping shipping left me agape.
Now the man w no gave tne hip
po had a purpos it was sur-
Hus at- tne Central Park Zoo in
Jew York and the children of
Denver were without one. So A.E.
Johnson, a Denver oil executive.
bought "Bertie," a mere infant of
months although he already
weighs 1,200 pounds.
Bertie, in wooden crate with
identifying photograph on the out outside,
side, outside, made the trip to his new
habitat in 42 hours, coddled all the
way. because the New York ship
pers! warned t that he has never
been Sway from home before and
is bound to be lonesome. He won't
need any food: lust a drink of wa-
ter.'
'We handle thousands of ani
mals each year." said E. Bovkin
Hartley, vice president in charge
of traffic. "The heaviest load is in
December." He said the 'company
has shipped dozens of types of ani'
mala from, giraffes to flying
squirrels, but burros and deodor
ized skunks are favorites for
Christmas living.
Burros used to be a iproblem.
they chewed up their destination
tags. But a savvy expressman
thought of putting the tags in
smaii tin cans.
dliri&tmaS areetitifyi
in Panama and
er one
A ,1 .1
rea
lizei that
luable
more va
Let the warm
tW of Christmas
cheer brighten
your holiday!

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PANAMA

i Answer" to Pravlout Punlo

21 Damp 41 Withdraw
24 Free ticket v 42 Night before
25 Algerian -.- 44 Diadems
Seaport 46 Idolize
26 Preposition 48 Incursion :
27 Rip i, 49 Grafted (her.V
21 Singing volet 80 Plant part
30 Prevaricator ,52 Corruption ,-

16 Weight 31 Simple. 83 Biblical v
deduction '37 Cuddles garden.
11 Snicker 38 Former 84 For fear that.
19 German river Russian ruler 87 Small tumor

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Asisorted Packages
Alarm For Shippers
In December, Hartley said, the
company handles some 16 million
packages or 69 pjr cent more than
the volume in any other month.
It ships dia mom bracelets ar eas eas-ually
ually eas-ually as irhinestones. This, Christ
mas it shipped a $15,000 mink
coat to an Iranian princes.',' f
Once it handled a basket of an anthracite
thracite anthracite coal lumns with each
lump individually gift ,wrapped-ri
irom a granamoiner in Carbon Carbon-dale,
dale, Carbon-dale, Pa., to he:' grand-kiddies in
Cleveland. The children were lone lonesome
some lonesome for a touch of home as they
knew it at grandma's.
Last year the company got a
call to pick up a .package at a
New York address. The truck
driver arrived to find the custom customer
er customer lived in a third floor walkuD.
He lumbered up the stairs,? and
me woman asked immediately:
"Did you bring a helpers" she
pointed to a foot locker-size car carton
ton carton on the floor.
"Lady, I can andle that," said
the expressman. But when he
tried to lift the package, he called
his ssslstant. Hi
"Ma'am," he said, "I don't
know what's in there, but it feels
lik6 rocks. i
"That is just what it is,,,!,Sh
said. "It's a special collection l'm
shipping my daughter for her rock
garden." ., ;
CHALLENGED TO DUEL j'
TAIPEI (UPI) High school
students Lu An-nan and Liu TiehJ
irate over flunking their English
examination, challenged their
teacher to a duel.
Both fled, however, when police
approached.
to all my j-rienJ.6
tke ddnat JEa
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Opening lead T
The hand h6g goes out of his
way. to find excuses forstelling
the play from his partner. South's
excuse for his two-heart bid was
that he dldnt kndw whether to
bid two or three spades; his ex excuse
cuse excuse for. his four-hesrt bid was
that he wanted to conceal his
spade 'fit from the opposition.
His excuse for standing for the
double was that he expected to
make the contract and he would
have 'gotten away with it if East
had not made a spectacular play
at trick two. t
East won the opening diamond
lead and looked over dummy care
fully.: His partner had raised dia dia-roonds
roonds dia-roonds so South was marked with
a singleton. Hence there was no
second diamond trick. West prob probably
ably probably held something of other in
spades but dummy's spades lay
ovw him like a tent.
-West probably held the ace of
clubs ut that would keep.
Hene the! '. only chance to beat
h hand would bo tdet a spade
trHc. ' '
East led his Singleton sonde
rishr tin to dummy. This killed
West's kin which was dead any anyway,
way, anyway, hut it ?ive West a chance
tn taire the firn hert trick and
"ivp East a ruff to defeat the con
tract.
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Nort eUat Seth West
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wnat do you. do?
A- KedanhU. ftAa. ilatl.
sJmhvb toed hut mI m mk
do alnmt aarihlac m winh
last. j ,v. A j..v i.; 5 t
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WM bida two riiamnrulc afwt
North, and, East pass. What do
you do now?-
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Because the Smiths live in the
same building that houses their
small business, some of their cus
tomers feel they ought to "open
up" at any hour -'i
But business hours should be
respectedeven when the owner
combines his home and office,
business place.
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Onpball'i Soup.
The juices of different tardea
fresh vegetable are bltftded into
this famous drink. Youll love its
; lively flavor, end thrive eo its
vitamin-packed goodness. At
mealtime or between meals V-S
gives you the refreshment
you want, and die nourish
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WELCOME v TO THE FOUCE LODGE Canal Zona Police
Chief Maj. B. A. Darden, far right, welcomes Col. Bolivar
yallarinQ, Commandant of the Panama National Guard, at
. the annual Christmas whlngdlns;: hosted by the Zone's law
enforcement officers -for those of Panama. Behind-' them.'
right to left, are Xt. Col. Raul Arlas. aide to tlii President
of Panama Chief of the Panama Becret Police Hector Val.
f des and Capt. Oaddia Wall, Commander of the Balboa Police
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Lana Turner's new Mexican ro romance
mance romance is Armando Sotres, tall
dark and Johnny Stompanto type.
. .Famed lyricist Otto Harbach,
86, is in New York Hospital for
major surgery. .This week's
Judy Holliday item is jaszman
Gerry Mulligan. .Erskine Cald Caldwell
well Caldwell has completed his 35th book
and Warner Brothers will produce
the film version. The titleV "Clau "Clau-delletagUsh.'V
delletagUsh.'V "Clau-delletagUsh.'V .The U.S. gov government
ernment government is scheduling1 a Jan. 5
trial in an effort to collect a mil million
lion million and a half in Federal; in income
come income taxes from Charlie Chap Chap-Ian.
Ian. Chap-Ian. .it's a .vicious cycle; police
say. v The ..Gendarmes blame- the
rash" of bank Twists m the tUtw
York area on people who, read a a-bout
bout a-bout the other bank robberies-
or hear-them described-on the
radio and get ideas w Delia
Reese's next' album,; A'The Story
Of The B,lues" has an- advance
sale of lOO.qoo copies. you
want to keep posted on jour
waistline, Oartiers will sell you
a gold-trimmed tape measure for
mere $150.' :" "'i-k',;
Broadway producer David Mer Merrick
rick Merrick is doing his bit to keep our
four-lecsed friends employed. His
current revue, "La Plume De Ma
Tante," has. in its cast an Ara Arabian
bian Arabian stallion, snd his forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming musical, "Destry," will fea feature
ture feature a mustang which Andy Grif Griffith
fith Griffith .will ride. T. ; .Yule note: A
New York dealer just shipped
1,200 Christmas trees to Bermu Bermuda.
da. Bermuda. ..Ex-Queen Saroya's newest
dancing date; Don Antonio Muhoz
Caberro, is described as a hand handsome
some handsome Spanish millionaire, which
is pretty nice casting. .The Do Doris
ris Doris Dowling Robert Blumofe di divorce,
vorce, divorce, originally predicted here,
is now cooking officially. Doris,
previously headlined as Artie
Shaw's seventh wife, is charging
her film executive husband with
cruelty and "asking $2,000 a
month temporary alimony, v
Hang the expense there's t
'comedian named Arthur Walsh
on the West Coast who'll do any anything
thing anything tfor a laugh regardless of
the cost. His act includes a fran frantic
tic frantic imitation of Johnnie Ray, end
twice a night he, rips a shirt off
his back. He estimates the bit
eosts him' almost $2,000 a year.
i .the girl dancing cheek-tccheekj
with Afir Khan at El Morcco the
other night was Ginny Taylor,!
the beautiful divorcee. He didn't
seem to be a bit self-conscious
because she was several inches'
taller than he.
1 Robert Morse and Tammy
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by Doroihy Kiligalkn
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Grimes, two of the : brightest
young faces in show business at
the moment, made their theatric
al debuts together in "Victoria
Regina." Not on Broadway at
their Newton, Mass., high school.
. .Someone has persuaded the
proper person at the United Na Na-tions
tions Na-tions building to have the ladies
lounee inraved five timer A

with what would seem to be the

most appropriate perfume: Lan
vin's "Rumeur."
Young millionaire Peter How v
ard, whose recent wild party in
Rome got him booted out of Ita
ly, aroused unusual interest from
the U.S. Customs officials '.when
he returned to his: native shores.
He stood on the cold pier for-1 a y
long, Uong v timt whilo i-X M t f
Sam's', boyS- went1; ver his Jug Jug-gage
gage Jug-gage .with the .proverbial fine fine-tooth
tooth fine-tooth combs. -They didn't Indicate
what' they 'were1 looking for,' hut
they- fount! nothing except the
standard items; anJ eventually
let him .pack-up and go. He was
soon' thawing out in the cosy and
expensive warmth; of "21,
Elizabeth Taylor la stiU living
in Linda Christian's Hollywood
house, and the Mease isn't tup till
next Summer, so Linda will spend
the holidays' with her sister A
riadne. ; v
It's a show bit oddity, but the

tional on Broadway) have no

roao" manager, xney snare the
duties of making hotel and' plane
reservations contact disc jockeys,
set up press interviews, and e e-ven
ven e-ven do their own bookkeeping.
George Sanders has become so
intrigued with his autobiography"
he's startled everyone -wiu ,his
writing need. H AthA ntt W,m
first draft in a matter of a few
weeks, a lip the most experiene
ea 01 aumors would Md difficult
to dUDlicate. At Unn
premiere of Horst's' pictures of
the last 5S vein AitaU Ittiiu
Douglas made her entrance t at
me Mgitianus tiauery weartn
me jnamDocner areas m which
he Doaed f nr her nvrtnlf 11
years ago; and it didn't look the

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'SOMETHING NEW hag been added, a Christmas "Cupcake" Tree made for the Fort Gulick Browniej by Mrs, Dwain (Austin. Mrj." C.
W. Italph. doel the honowrin presenting this unique Emblem X Chri stmas to the Browniei at a party held yeatrday at Fort .Gulick.
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BAGHDAD, Iraq; (UPI) A
Hun earUn ; mission arrived here

today' to negotiate the eighth
trade agreement between Premier

Abdul Karim Kassem and a Com

munist country since he overthrew
the royal regime last July 14. The
old Iraqi regime had broken dip-

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1954.

NEW FILING 5YSTEM

recently implemented in

-A new system, of filing, developed by United, States Army Europe, wm
TTnlferl RtAt.es Armv Caribbean under th aecis of the Adjutant Gen-

oral ttrarpartr Mnna than Son mllitarv nersonncl and civilian emnloves in the-command

already have received instructions on the hew system of filing. Discussing the filing system here
:aro a fey .of the persons who Implemented the system in USARCARIB. Left to right are Capt.
iErlward M. Turk, Sfc. Welter Nazarenko, Sgt. Frank Ortiz, C. Leigh Stevenson and Col, C. A.
Be.nll, adjutant general, USARCARIB. (U Army Photo)

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VENTUBA. Calif. (UPI) Po

lice aaid today Mrs. Olgt Duncan,

30. : an expectant mother, may

nav Been Dunea auve 07 iwo

men aUecedly hired to kill ber ny

her husband's mother.;

Th body of the attractive Can

adian nurse was uncovered Sun

day in a shallow, hand-dag, grave
in a construction area about 10
miles north of here. She was clad
only In a nylon bathrobe.
Augustine Baldonado,. 25, who
broke down under intensive ques questioning,
tioning, questioning, told police Mrs. Elizabeth

Duncan, 54, hired mm ana Liuis
Move. 22. for $6,000 to kill Olga.

He led police to the grave, cov

ered by six incnes 01 airi.

"Maybe she was alive when we

buried her," he said. "I don't

know. We strangled ner ana 1

think we killed her before we put
her in the ground, but I'm not

irt."

Authorities said it appeared the

Mzarre case developed from a

trinvla between Olea. her hus

band, Frame, ana nis mower wnu
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wii arraia 01 iosuik ner jou, a

prominent Santa Barbara attor

IHUy.: ail wee, uie mwu-wm
mother eonfessed to police that
h earrled out a bold plot of pos

ing' as her own daughter-inrlaw

and getting ner son s marriage
annulled. '
District attorney Roy Gustafson

uestioned Mrs. Duncan late Sun-

lay night but he refused to say if

the woman denied Baldonado's
charge that she hired the two
men to kill her daughter-in-law.

Mova denied the charges, police

said. He buried his face in his

hands and muttered, "I don't see

why he (Baldonado) would say I

ha4 anything to do with it."

In Benito. Manitoba. Canada.

Olga's mother, Mrs. Jessie Kup-

cyik, was reported to have col collapsed
lapsed collapsed from shock and a heart
attack when she learned that her
daughter had been slain.
Elias Kupcyzk, 61, Olga's fath father,
er, father, refused comment on the brutal
slaying. He said he planned to
leave for here shortly to arrange
burial for his daughter.
Duncan was unavailable for
comment.

SMALL POX OUTBREAK
HEIDELBERG, Germany (UPI)
A hospital today reported six
cases of smallpox amone mem

bers of its staff in one of the

rare outbreaks of the disease in
Europe. Three of the victims were
physicians, including two women.
Only one of the patients was de described
scribed described as in critical condition at
the Ludwig Krehl Cinic.

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SANTA GIVES BUBBLE SOAP to children from Panama's School of Special Rehabilitation of
the Deaf,. lind and, Mentally Retarded. ,Sd. 5 Elias Amberths from Headquarters,. USARCARIB,
Is shown with Pfc Leonardo Joudry who later exchahsed his red suit for the uniform of th
'63th Military. Police Company. The party was sponsored by Chaplain (Maj.) Edward A. Koz Koz-lowsky,
lowsky, Koz-lowsky, post chaplain vt Fort Clayton, assisted, by; ihe 534th Military Police Company of Fort
Clayton and Chaplam (Capt.). Lewis Karry, postchaplaln of Fort Kobbe, assisted by -the. mem mem-"
" mem-" bers Of the Catholic chapel of Fort Kobbe. (U. S. Army Photo).

Hear Major Address
On Foreign Affairs
MOSCOW; Dec, 24 (UPI) A
major foreign affairs address is
expected to be delivered before
the Supreme Soviet tomorrow or
y I.
Plans fori the address followed a
request by a group of deputies
that the goverhmeni, report on the
Geneva nuclear conferences and
the Berlin question.
The deputies asked that the gov-,
ernm6nt: inform the Supreme
Soviet "on the actual situation on
the .flti$eaj teste: conference and
what i ,the obstable to tjie con con-clusion
clusion con-clusion of 'i at agreement ,onthe
cessation 'of tests,' -i'ivj v
It also!equestedadvice on de developments
velopments developments ity, Berlin.
. i Normally FOreian Minister .An

drei' Gromyko answer such' inters

eiauoDv;;i.;y. -fy
V ; The request came at the conclu conclu-,
, conclu-, iioh pf a -four-hour session devot devot-,
, devot-, ed exclusively to a 'debate on pro pro-;
; pro-; posed educational reforms. ,
! Tie speaker! unanimously to to-a
a to-a Sorsed Premier Nikita KhruBh

t vTthM'-l iffoiect to reduce the com com-!
! com-! pulsory. school period to eight
. yeas arid, combine academic with
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t ,! Writ 'minor revisions In the project,
: ?'y$& aenii -th. debate was tlie
; 1 Ti "-essity to : integrate; academic
r-i economic life to prepare skil skil-v"!
v"! skil-v"! ; led workers, technicians and en en-'&'h
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LIVING PROOF Of course there is a Santa Claus. Here's the jolly old fcent himself as he arrived 'at the Fort Gulick Post
Theater to reign over a holiday party. (U. S. Army Photo).

Red Chinese Send Military Troops To Supervise Peoples Communes

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A HAPPY SANTA CLAUS (played by TSgt. Thomas p. Plna, 6700th Support Sq., Albrook Air Force Base) is surrounded by
100 eager guests at the final party of the 1058 Operation Christmas campaign, held last Saturday at the Carib Lounge, Here
underprivileged youngsters selected through the courtesy of the Panama Welfare Ministry line,up to. receive their gifts of
toys, clothes, cake and ice-cream, during theif Christmas party. (Official PSAT Photo) "

TOKYO, Dec. 24 (UPI) -"Tens
of thousan&s" of Chine e Com Communist
munist Communist army men and officers are
being sent to the nation's newly
organized 'people's communes" 'o
tighten control and helo boos pro production,
duction, production, the Communist Peiping
radio repor.ed today.
The radio "at present lens of
thousands of People's Liberation
army men are being sent to the
countryside to help in the work
of checking up on and consolidat consolidating
ing consolidating the people's communes."

The radio also quoted a "recent
directive' irom the general poli political
tical political department of the Chinese
Communiit army which said this
latest move was part of "an im important
portant important political task confronting
the whole (Communist) party.'
In another move reported to tonight
night tonight by the radio, the Commun Commun-is's
is's Commun-is's said about 1.3 million govern government
ment government cadre members who were
sent o the count -yside last winter
and spring "to temper themselv themselves
es themselves through hard physical labor"

were now being returned to their
ci'v jobs.
The city workers, of them white
collar personnel, are returning
with "strengthened relations"
and new respect for the working
masses, the radio said.
The officials who were sent out
to the farm areas helped set up
schools, factories, nurseries,
health stations and other neces necessary
sary necessary establishments in the com

munes and to aid the peasants with
their technical skill, in addition to

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doing ordinary unskilled physical
labor.
Though the radio did not say so,
Observers here felt that the places
of the office and administrative
personnel being returned from
the countryside were being filled
by army personnel.

Social and O titer wise
-CenKnuiJ

Mr. and Mrs. Grady
Announce Open Houm
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Gra Grady
dy Grady of Margarita have invited their
friends to call at their home to
exchange season's greetings to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. The Grady's Christmas
open house is an annual event in
the Margarita community.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitehll
Announce Son's Birth
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Mitchell
of Lafayette, Ind., announce the
birth of their first son December
6. He has been named Randall Jo Joseph.
seph. Joseph. Mrfc Mitchell is the former Misa
Ruby Lillian Pabon of Cristobal.
The baby's maternal grandpar grandparents
ents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Pabon of Margarita.

Caribbean' College Club
Holds December Meeting
The Caribbean College Club's
December meeting featured Christ

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mas music presented by a quartet
composed of Mr. and Mrs. O. E.
Jorstad, Mrs. Frederick Saur and
Mrs. James Pfau. The group was
seated a round a table center centered
ed centered with a lighted candelabra in
the style of madrigal singers.

Mrs. Pfau narrated, and Mr.

Saur Was the accompanist as the
group presented eight carols.

New club members who were

introduced were Mrs. Andrew Stoh

rer and Mrs. W. I. Hollowell.

Mrs. W. F. Grady, presiding at

the meeting, announced the re-

7t MILLION HOUSEHOLDS

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Cen Census
sus Census Bureau predicted today that
the nation may have as many as
76 million households by 1980 50
per cent more than the 50,400,000
tallied last March.

cepit of a, check, .for $500 jo
used for an annual scholarship a-
ward in the memory of Mr. flee-

Grant.

tor M.

Committees for the Penny So

cial, planned for February 7 at
the Hotel Washington, were in introduced
troduced introduced by Mrs. Wrenn. Pro Proceeds
ceeds Proceeds from the social will go into
the educational fund which a a-wards
wards a-wards the scholarship.

Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Out and her committee
from a table decorated with a

dark green cloth, with a center

piece of angle carollers and axylo-

phone made of white feathers.

Other decorations included a cnoir
of silver angels against a back

ground of Christmas green.

Mrs. Grady reminded members
of the next board meeting to be

held at 7 p.m. January 8 in the
Margarita Service Center.

Christmas Dinner
At Amador Open Moss

A special Christmas dinner will
be served tomorrow from noon to
3 p.m. and from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m.

at the Fort Amador Officers O O-pen
pen O-pen Mess.
Visitors will be treated to free

egg nog.

The club will be closed Friday,

but will re-open for parties Sat

urday.

Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT

BALBOA 6:15 & 8:10
Rock Hudson '-
Dorothy Malone
"The Tarnished Angels"
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Jos Ferrer Oena Rowlands

"The High Cost of Loving"

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Dane Clark Ben copper
"THE OUTLAW'S SON"

GAMBOA 7:00
The Abominable Snowman"

MARGARITA 7:06

Mark Stevens John Lupton
"GUN FEVER",

PARAISO 9:00
"THE CAMP ON BLOOD
ISLAND"

SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"The Silken Affair" and i
"Tartan's gavafe Fury"

CAMP BIERD 7:00

Walter Brennan, Marlon Ross

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ttent establlsb-ttent of a "Country Store." at Albrook Air Force Base. Scout Master Louis G. Blakely and Assistant Scout Master Jimmy V. Higgins
are shown inventoring part of their -merchandise prior to having it delivered to orphanages in Panama City. (Official USAF Photo

Nine Pacificists
Call Off Rollies
IWAFFHAM, England iVTl) iVTl)-Nlne
Nlne iVTl)-Nlne pacifists decided they bad
had enough yeterday and were
freed front Jail on their promise
not to stage any more "ban-the-bomb
demonstrations.
' Another 22 refused to make
any such promises. They will
spend Christmas la prison.
Forty-flve of the pacifists, meni-
)irs and supporters of the "Direct
:tion Committee : Agaihst Nu Nuclear
clear Nuclear War," were Jailed Saturday
a er they squatted in front of the
main gate at a project where
aunching pads for Thor rockets
.re being built.
Fourteen were released" Sunday
when' they promised to stay away
from ... th ... .. --..

De Gaulle Still Has Not Accepted
Ike's Invitation To Visit The U.S.

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BRUSSELS, Dec. 24 -(UPD-
The White House said today
that French Premier Charles de

Gaulle had not accepted President

Eisenhower's
United States

epted l
tion to

visit the

However, it did not rule out the

possibility that he might do to la later..'
ter..' later..' A report from Paris today quot quoted
ed quoted authoritative sources as saying
that de Gaulle had accepted the
Elsenhower invitation and would
visit this country early next spring.
White House press secretary
James. C. Hsgerty'told reporters
"we have received no acceptance
of the invitation from Premier de
Gaulle. .In any form."

Hagerty pointed out 'that the
President first extended his invi-

cretary of State John Foster Dulles
when he was In Paris earlier this
month for the NATO council meet meeting.
ing. meeting. "The President would be de

lighted if the Premier could see

his way clean to visit this coun

try," Hagerty said, "but we were

received no acceptance.

When the invitation was first
extended last summer, de Gaulle
was too busy establishing his new
French government to leave his
country. Acoording to Hagerty, de
Gaulle at that time could not see
an opportunity for a visit in the for

seeable future.

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Soviet Social
Science Teachers

Get Reprimand

MOSCOW fITPn Th. finll

Union's social science teachers
were told yesterday they were fall
ing short of their job to "unmask
bourgeois ideology and modern
revisionism."
The Communist Party newspa newspaper
per newspaper Pravda counseled the teach teachers
ers teachers to get out among the people
and learn more about the prac practice
tice practice of Communism in daily life.
"All teachers must systematic systematically
ally systematically visit industrial enterprises
and collective and state farms to
study life and work f workers
and collective farmers and to do
mass work among the working
people,' it said.

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F:irst Victory Of Season
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.

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raBalrxJa Beemen today that Christmas is not al already
ready already here.
Xmas cheer came to the Panama Professional
League cellar dwellers last night when they defeated
the champion Carta Vieja Yankees 7-2 and dropped
the Yanks into a tie for the lead with the Kings.

The win was the first for the
Beermen in their last four
games and it was the first tri triumph
umph triumph for ace southpaw Pat
Scantlebury, who had dropped
two straight decisions. Pat
hurled a neat six-hitter.
Cerveza Balboa is now three
eames out of first place and two
games behind second place Marl-
bprevlous to last night the
Beermen had not won since Dec.
15 'when they -defeated the Yan Yan-k6s
k6s Yan-k6s 5-4.
Thev went on a three-game
winless streak by losiitg
Marlboro 6-3 Dec. 17, to Cara
Vieja Dec. 20. and to Marlboro
6-2 again Monday night.
The Beermen were erratic in
Monday night's eame commit commit-tine
tine commit-tine five errors, two of them by
stat infielder Clyde Parris and
a particularly costly one by
their "big man," major leaguer
Hector Lopez.
The team had appeared com completely
pletely completely disorganized and even
the staunchest CB followers had
begun to sink to the depths of
desoalr.
But last nipfrt It was a differ different
ent different looking Cerveza Balboa club
that faced the Yankees.
Manager Leon Kellman, who
had looked bad behind the plate
in Monday's game, benched
himself for Nat Peeples, who
usually plavs the outfield, and
infielder Clarence Moore was
sent to right field.
The new lineup clicked as
the Beermen uroceeded to
lash Yankees pitching for 12
hits and although they made
three errors none proved dam damaging.
aging. damaging. The team appeared re relaxed
laxed relaxed and confident and as
Scantleburv said after the
contest, "maybe we have got
over the jinx and will be in
there fighting right; to the
finish from now on."
The Beermen jumped on lefty
Ray Hyde, who was making his
league debut, for three rung In
the second inning on a single by
Parris, a walk to Lopez, Hyde's
error on Peeples' attempted sac sacrifice,
rifice, sacrifice, a wild pitch, a base on
hp Us to Relnaldo Grenald a force
bv Moore and Scantlebury's sin single.
gle. single. Singles by Parris and Lopez
nd Grenald's blast over the
fence In left field In the third
accounted for three more CB
markers and when Moore hit
safely Hyde was yanked for Bob
Frederick who Induced Barry
hetrone to fly to left to retire
the side.
The score was 6-1 In the bot
tom of the second when Spider
Wilfielm singled, moved to sec second
ond second on Bill Kern's Infield out
and scored on Billy Shantz hit.
Herman Charles' roundtrlpDer
over the left field fence in the
sixth with the bases empty gave
Pat, a 7-1 lead and the Yanks
plated the last run of the game
in the eighth when plnchhitter
Gair Allie walked, advanced to
secimd on Tony Bartlrome's sin

CASA SPORT, S.A.
MUEBLERIA EL DIABLO

INDUSTRIAL MADERERA. S.A.

the victory-starved Cerve-

gle, to third when Whitey
Schmidt forced Bartlrome and
scored on Dave Jacobs sacrifice
fly.
Bill Slack worked the last
frame for the losers.
Parris was easily" the out outstanding
standing outstanding hitter of the contest
with four singles in five trips to
the plate.
Pete Mesa, the righthander
who was released by Cerveia
Balboa after his disappointing
start in Monday's game, has
been acquired by the Kings.
All teams take a Christmas
holiday until Sunday when the
Kings play Cerveza Balboa in
the interior town of Aguadulce
and Carta Vieja engages Marl
boro at Colon Stadium.
Dodgers Trade
Prize Rookie
For Repulski
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 24 (UPI)
The Los Angeles Dodgers turn turned
ed turned the other cheek today on their
youth program, and acquired a
30-year-old power-hitting outfielder
in a pre-Christmas trade for prize
rookie George Anderson.
Rip Repulski, one-time flash of
the St. Louis Cardinals who hit 13
homers for Philadelphia in 1958,
will take up the assault on the
shallow 250-foot left field screen
at Memorial Coliseum.
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The' Phils gave up Repulski and
two farmhands, pitchers Gene
Snyder, a lefthander, and right righthander
hander righthander Jim Golden, to get Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, who had a brilliant minor
league record at second base. An Anderson
derson Anderson is only 24, seemingly in
keeping with the Dodger youth
program.
But E. J. (Bunit) Bivij,
Dodoer general manager, said
"with Charlie Ntal, one of the
best second baseman in the
business, we fust didn't hive
spot for Gtorge.
"And believe me, Anderson He-
serves a chance to play in tne
majors."
Roy Harney of the Phils said,
"we've been dickering for Ander Anderson
son Anderson all winter. He's a classy in infielder
fielder infielder with great potential."
The Philadelphia club had its
biggest problems in the infield
during the past season.
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BRANIFF TOURNEY WINNERS Braniff stewardess June MacAdam presents trophies to the prize winners in the-Br an an-iff
iff an-iff International Airways Golf Tournament recently1 completed at the Summit Hills Golf Club. Russ Chaffman took top hon honors
ors honors in the championship flight while Fort Amador's Ethel Pera ntie was the winner among thefair sex. Braniff a Panama
manager, Robert C. Hatch and Mrs. Hatch, are standing in the center of the large group of gojfers who gathered 10? the oc occasion.
casion. occasion.

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Cerveza Balboa Ab R H Po A
Shetrone, cf . 5 0 0 5 0
Charles, 3b .... 5 1 1 1 5
Roberts, lb .... 5 0 0 11 0
Parris, 2b .... 5 2 4 2 4
Lopez, ss ..... 4 2 2 4 1
Peeples, c .... 4 1 0 3 0
Grenald, If .... 3 1 1 0 0
Moore, rf . . 4 0 2 1 0
Scantlebury, p . 4 0 2 0 3
Totals -39 7 12 27 13

Carta Vieja"

Bartirome, lb . 4 0 1 10
Schmidt, rf . 4 0 0 4
Jacobs, 2b ..... 3 0 0 3
Parsons, If .... 4 0 1 5
Wilhelm, ss . 3 1 2 1
Kern, cf 4 0 0 1
Shantz, c 4 0 2 3
Clark, 3b .... 4 0 0 0
Hyde, p 0 0 0 0
Frederick, p . 2 0 0 0
Allie 0 1 0 0
Slack, p 0 0 0 0

Totals
Allie walked
8th.
32 2 6 27 11
for Frederick in
Score By Innings
Cer. Balboa
Carta Vieja
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010 000 0102
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SUMMARY Errors: Hyde,
Charles. Grenald, S h e t rone.
Runs batted In: Moore. Scantle Scantlebury,
bury, Scantlebury, Shantz, Grenald 3, Charles,
Jacobs Earned runs: Cerveza
Balboa 6. Carta Vieja 2. Two
I base hit: Lopez. Home runs:
I Grenald, Charles. Doubleplays:
i parris, Lopez, Roberts. Sacri
fice hit: Jacobs. Wild pitch:
Hyde. Struck out by Frederick 2,
Scantlebury 3. Base on balls off
Hyde 2, scantlebury 1. Left on
base: Carta Vieja 6, Cerveza
Balboa 7. Pitchers record : Hyde
6 runs, 6 hits in 2 23 innings;
Frederick 1 run, 6 hits in 5 13
innings. Winning pitcher: Scan Scantlebury
tlebury Scantlebury (1-2). Losing pitcher:
Hyde (0-1). Umpires: Hinds,
Matheny, .Thornton. Time of
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Balboa Tops Cristobal 3-7
In School Loops First Game

BalbiaHigh School moved into
undisputed first place in the young
interscholastic baseball se a s o n
with a 3 to 1 victory over the tra traditional
ditional traditional rival, CHS, last Monday
evening.
Each school semed to be bat battling
tling battling to see who could make the
most mistakes early in the game.
Since this was th first time Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal had beei. under the lights, it
was expected that they would
have trouble with pop files. The
Tigers certainly served notice to
one and al that they will be tough
this season when they get a few
games under their belts.
On the mound the fans were
treated to a good display of early
season pitching as big Mo Schoch,
senior veteran, and 'plucky'
freshman Brian Lutz of Cristobal,
matched pitch for pitch. The
rookie from CHS went all the way

Few Surprises Registered
In Reynolds' Golf Tourney
Second Round At Panama

The record-breaking 1959 G.
A. Reynolds "King's Ransom Ransom-House
House Ransom-House of Lords" golf tourna tournament
ment tournament now being played at the
Panama Golf Club went through
the second round matches over
the past weekend with only
few surprises being turned up In
both the championship flight and
the men's second flight.
Dalton Rides Again
In the championship flight, Gor Gor-die
die Gor-die Dalton, runner-up in the recently-completed
Dunlop tourney, and
more recently, setting a record
54-hole first round play when he
defeated young Sandy Hinkle,
knocked over another player in
his march to the final round when
he defeated Paul Moran by a score
of 3 and 1.
Dalton was again in fine trim,
shootine Dars on both nines to de
feat his oDDonent, who was of
equal handicap allowance. Dalton
appears to be playing some of his
finest golf of the season, and ap apparently
parently apparently improves with each
match.
Also in the championshio flight,
1958 Isthmian Amateur Champion
Bill LeBrun found himself in a
slight 'bind' against young Rollie
Gleichman, to whom LeBrun gave
7 strokes. He was able to finally
defeat Gleichman on the 18th
creen 1 up. Gleichman gave Le
Brun trouble all the way around,
with Bill having only a 1-hole ad
vantage at the turn. Gleichman
played very well, while LeBrun
seemed unable to score well
enough to obtain a definite advant advantage
age advantage at any time.
Dalton vs LeBrun Sunday
The wins by Dalton and Le Brun
place them against each other this
next weekend in the lower bracket
of ttfe championship flight. Bar
ring all upsets, the winner will
probably appear in the final round
against the winner of the upper
bracket in the same flight. Le LeBrun,.
Brun,. LeBrun,. with a handicap of 4, will
be again pitting himself against
stroke disa vantage by allowing
Gordie the difference in handi
cans of 3 strokes. Daltoh's 7 handi
cap will no doubt be lowered
after this tourney which will in
clude his low scores, but LeBrun
will still be faced with Dalton and
3 strokes this weekend.
In a surprise result. Rev Val
des. medalist in the championship
flight, was forced to default his
match with Dr. "Negr.o" Arias due
to official business which prevent
ed his attendance at the club. Both
he and "Negro" have handicaps of
5, and the mteh would have been
quite interesting,

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in his first interscholastic outing
while Schoch gave way to Jeff
Kline in the seventh to have his
win preserved. .,
In the scoring department, the
Buldogs drew first blood. Lead Lead-off
off Lead-off batter Charlie French worked
Lutz for a walk. Morris, one of
the leading hitters for Balboa last
year, followed with a line drive
down the first base line, scoring
French all the way from first
Garcia, newcomer in the BHS
line-up, got on by error and scor scored
ed scored Morris Kirkland flied out, but
was followed by a single by Gary
Ness. With men on first and se second,
cond, second, Lutz made an excellent
move to second, and caught Gar Garcia
cia Garcia so far off second that he had
to try for third and got thrown
out.
Cristobal got their run in the
sixth on a double by Lutz, a single

Vallarino Defeats DesLondes
Joaquin Vallarino, playing with
a handicap of 11 and an advant-
ge of 7 strokes in handicap al
lowance, won a surprise victory
over young Jimmy DesLondes by
a score, of 2 and 1. DesLondes
played well on the "out" nine,
coming around the turn 2 up. He
blew' No. 10 and No. 12, took 13
and lost No. 14. The players went
into No. 16 all even when Des DesLondes
Londes DesLondes took No. 15. The tide turn turned
ed turned on No. 16, however, when Va Vallarino
llarino Vallarino shot a par 3 while Des DesLondes
Londes DesLondes took a bogey 4. Vallarino
then took the game in hand by
taking No. 17 and the match.
The difference in 7 strokes didn't
seem to affect DesLondes until the
'in' nine, when he apparently
'tightened up' and found himself
at the 'point of no return' with no
alternative. It was a toueh loss for
DesLondes. one of the finest of
the Panama Club's younger play players,
ers, players, but it was also a fine win
for Vallarino, who has improved
considerably during the past se several
veral several months. He was the runner runner-up
up runner-up in the second flight in the re recently
cently recently completed Dunlop tourney.
.'eff Kline continued his winning
style in the first flight of men's
play when he defeated Ashton 5
and 4. Kline had a 3-stroke ad advantage
vantage advantage in handicap which he turn
ed into a victory.
Other matches in. the champion championshio
shio championshio finished with the following re results:
sults: results: Htrrington defeated M. A. de
Janon 2 and 1 Dr. Massot defeat
ed Olsen 2 and 1
The match between Colonel
Hurr arid Roberto Torres had not
been reported by press time.
In the second flight, in the se
cond round matches; results were
as follow:
Berger defeated Chandeck, 4 and
3
Paz Rodriguez defeated Henry
Fidanoue 2 up Baldwin defeated
Stan Fidanque 5 and 4 Dr. Correa
defeated Pio Araneo 4 and 3 Chick
Klinedefeated Julio Valdes 6 and
4 Bob Chandler defeated Dr. Ca Ca-rriro
rriro Ca-rriro 4 and 3
B. Davis defeated Carjos Orillac
5 and 4
J. J. Vallarino III defeated Dr.
Vivas 5 and 4
In the ladiei flight, Beverly pul pulled
led pulled a surprise when she defeated
Kav Purdy by a score, of 2 and
1. Rev had ah advantage of 6
strokes, but she plaved hard, and
won over a very fine woman
eolfcr. It was a victory of which
she can be proud. hln the other
rilatch in the ladies' flight. Ginny
Senn defeated Phyl Mansfield by
a score of 6 and" 5. Dilfer and
Serin, will play the final, round at
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by Tiger lead-bff batter Wilder,
and a bulldog third sacker that
must have been listening to the
march music coming from the
stands.
Freshman star. Brian Lutz. led
both teams in hitting with a neat
2 for 2.
John Minris lead the Bulldogs
in this department with 2 for 3.
Longest blow in the ball game
rang off the bat of Joe Garcia
when in the third inning he kcock kcock-ed
ed kcock-ed out a long trouble to left center.
With a total of three games play play-edin
edin play-edin the intersholastic league Mo
Schoch has the distinction of being
the only pitcher with a win to his
credit, and he now has two wins
and no loses.
There are no lCague games over
the vacatidn period, but BHS takes
on the Ft. Amador Troopers in an
exhibition game next Tuesday,
Dec. 30, 7:30 at the Balboa Sta
dium. There will be no admission
charge and the public is cordial cordially
ly cordially invited.
The box score;
CHS
Wilder 4
Humphrey 3
Vinas- 8
Ab
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Kulig 6
Bruce 9
Cotton 2
Tom kins 7
(Palumbo-7th)
Hernandez 5
Lutz 1
Totals
BHS
French 8
Morris 4
Garcia 2
Kirkland 7
Ness 3
Ammirati 6
Scott 9
Thompson 5
Schoch 1
(Kline-7th)
Total
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26 1 4 18 3
Ab
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3
2
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3
3
2
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0 0 0
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11 2
1
3
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23 3 5 216
Score by innings: '.
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BHS 2 0 10 0-0
Errors:
CHS: Humphrey-2, Vinas-1
BHS: Morris-1, Schpch-1 -Walks
by Schocbl
Kline 0
Lutz 2
Struck out by Schoch: 9
Kline: 2
Lutz: '7
Official Scorer: C; Fitzgerald.
CHS, Atlantic Teen
Club Unofficially
Open Night Swims
Splashes could be heard all ov over
er over Cico Solo Saturday night when
the Junior High Class of Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School and the Atlantic
Side Teenage Club unofficially o-
pened night swimming at their
pool in Coco Solo.
Things got started with a bang
with relays of boys struggling in into
to into dresses (what dolls!) and girls
into dungarees and shirts (what
messes!) racing across the .pool
(what a sight!); Many games
were offered with the spectators
enjoying them as much as the
participants.
The High School group showed
their under classmen that they
were the better as far as hang
ing clothes on a clothesline ol
course we do not want to be ac
cused of recommending either
(heir style or method to the Can
al Zone housewives if you want
your clothes to dry.
The Junior High crowd seek seeking
ing seeking revenge showed their upper
classmen that they cotild "Get the
Pigs to Market" the fastest-Hisy
be not in style, hut fasti All in all.
despite a strong dry-season wind
a wonderful time was had by all
of the 160 who attended the first
Splash Party at "Coco Solo- Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Pool. .- -2 i"iv,'.
'Refreshments were served lat later
er later in the evening at the "Tiger's
Den Snack v Bar' adjoining the
swimming pool. Appetites were
as large aj the group that attend attended.
ed. attended. .'
Night swimming will be official officially
ly officially started at the Coco Solo Pool In

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

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Carta Vieja' .... x 3 2
Kings ....S...J.2 x 3
Marlboro . 2 2 x
Carveza Balboa 2 1 2
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- SUNDAY'S GAMES (2)
At Colon: Carta Vieja vs. Marlboro (10:QO a.m.)
At Aguadulce: Cerveia Balboa vs. Kinga (2:3p pm.)
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT T:'
At Olympic Stadium: Cerveza Balboa 7, Carta Vieja 2.

Balboa Brewings

By VICTOR M. CAREW ,.
Leon Kellman's Beermen won
their fifth game of the season last
night' when they slugged out a 72
win over Billy Shantz' Rummen.
The loss, for Carta Vieja places
them H in a first place tie
with the Kings. Pat Scantlebury,
after having failed to win in his
first three starts, scattered six
hits for his first, triiimph.
Manager K e 1 1 m a n, still snuf
fling his lineup in an attempt to
ind a winning combination, naa
Clarence Moore in rightfield apd
Nat Peeples behind the plate.
Taese, changes looked good last
night. Moore started his basepaU
career as an ourfiflder but has
since been playing the infield. He
is slated for a tryuut with the
Cleveland Indians his spring as
a shortstop. Peoples, in previous
earinaiens here, has been uses as
4 catcher periodic tlly.
The Brewers came up with good
hitting to go along with the good
pitching, bjr -Pat in winning their
second same over Carta Vieja in
(iVft.decisionv'Jhirdbaseman Her-J
man unanes ana neinaiuo vrrc vrrc-nald
nald vrrc-nald "blasted four-ply blows off
southpaw Ray Hyde who .was
making his first apperance ot tne
season. ( u
The Beermen have been beat
en three times by each of the
other clubs. They have wen once
from the Kings : twice from
Marlboro, and: new twice Carta
Viea.
iThe Brewers'. Pete Mesa, after
an impressive relief stint against
the Smokers on Dec. 17 when he
whiffed five of the seven smokers
to face him was given the start
ing assignment in the game played
against Marlboro last Monday.
The big righthander threw hard
but couldri't find the plate and
walked the first four batters to
face him. Mesa, counted upon bet
fore the season to contribute in a
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whether to release Mesa-'
him and the big right lander wai
immediately signed by the Kingi,
The League will be In recast
throughout the remainder ef the
w",bew the Christmas
holidays. Activities will be re
sumed en Sunday, when Cerve Cerveia
ia Cerveia Balboa f and-th Kings meet
in Aguadulce while Carta Viola
end Marlboro battle ever in Co Colon.;
lon.; Colon.; ; A.
Raul Arango, president of thl
Panama. Pro Loop for thepast H
years, tendered his resignation to'
the League yesterday. Don Lul
has been one of the most ardent
workers in ,the Interest of profes profes-slonal,
slonal, profes-slonal, baseball this country, Hls.
leadership will be sorely missed
by his colleagues as well at fang. I
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Sports Schedule
Theollowing fliortirontt,
will 'be broadcast over. the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean forces Network : -durtof
the holiday season!
Radio V' t
Saturday, Dec. 27 Bltte-Orey
Bowt Game, 1:45 p.ntf v&i -i
Sunday, Dec. 28 Pro foQK
ball championship, 1:45 p.rM- C
Friday, Dec. 28 Wres'tliniV
10 p.m- V "'U 0 M
Thursday, Jan. 1 Orangij.
Bowl (Syracuse vs Oklahoma)
12:45 p.m., followed by, (Cotton
Bowl (TCU ts Air rorce Acade Academy)
my) Academy) an dRos Bowl (Iowa
California). v. :"
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. 6even of the President Remon racetrack's Mt
native thoroughbreds -vyill compete in thef annual
$5,000 added one- mile and one-eighth Christmas
Classic 'tomorww'iite JU

ly enlarging 5 6ielt. Ruben Vai Vai-quez
quez Vai-quez will do the booting on the
i'JD". Stabte ice (
' Uttle Apache ; will most likely
boK dowft under hit 122 pound

weight assignment, He will have

Amado credidio aboard. ;,
vTkSr-JJart Carbtnla't hefty, Mo Monaco
naco Monaco .'Menu a cure thing to wind
up a distant last. He will be rid ridges
ges ridges by Haras Carlntbia "contract
rider; Jose Ulloa. h. --
The hoMay spirit will prevail
at the racetrack also. Six lucky
fans will tak h6me door prixes
as. follows '.-.;f
A first ori of $100 nd a
second pritt'ojf $50 for the club clubhouse
house clubhouse patrons. For attendants oi

th main grandstand, prizes of

!$100,- $50 and two of 25.

Racetrack Tips

" "' TheHafat; Satf : Miguel'i entry,
of Romancero and Nirvana will
; probably go off the mutuels ta-
vorite-but JJencd, lat year's ur
set winner, and promising Titita
are. sure to be heavily, backed in
."the mufueli 'iHb.. v .vx !.rff:-x
Routers Lady Edna and Apache
' don't figure" id be dangerous this
time because of the high weights
they will htvef to tarry, tady Ed-
f na, winner of seven straight rac
es this year before losing her' last
two, will tote 119 pounds and jock jockey
ey jockey Ruben Vasquez, while Apache,
an impreasivs winner hla last
tims out, will pack 122, ,
' The Wo-year6ld'Nirvana !ina
Titita will go Under 4 feathery
W and 303 respectively and 'Will

be ridden by Sar.dlno Htrnondei
: and. Fernando Alvarer.'

Romancero, reportedly having
.teg. trouble,vwillave'.: leading
jockey Brsulio Baeia aboard. Be Because
cause Because oljiis ereat tlass,' Roman Roman-cerd
cerd Roman-cerd is sur to attract the major majority;
ity; majority; of the totters, 'Ttiisi despite
the reports f hir leg ailment.
Henco should be ,the second
choice because of his. recent ea easy
sy easy victories in which he demon demonstrated,
strated, demonstrated, that he is enjoying the
best form 'of -his successful ca career
reer career Panamanian jockey Heliodo Heliodo-r
r Heliodo-r Gustines, now atarr ng in Mexico-
after "having a difficult time
finding. the 'winner'f circle attne
Wesident Remoa ractrck oval
before his departure has been
contracted especially to guide the
Stud Los Siete star, k
Gustines. if has been reported,

will also remain on the Isthmus r

io guiae rernuiBrio in ine j,wo
added New Year's Classic. GustK

rtes was sent for-when Baeia no-1 1 Nebrisca

. tilled the. Stud Los Siete oroorie- 2 Plucky

tors that he would be unable to 3--Pardine (e)

riae either Henco or Perdulario. 4 Folletito

Braulio will be aboard Siete yl 5 Chi to

' Medio on New Year's Day. ft El Agheila

JL,ady Kdna, once, undoubtedly I 7 Sicabu

the classiest router among the 9 Coltro

natives; is alsv eufferins from lfl Henco

bad leg. She has a pair of 3lpw-lll La Desjree

By CON R ADO

1 MaeSe
2 Don Cirilo
8 Pardine ()
4 Folletito
5- Chit6 :
ftZumar
7-Nedrey ()'
Abolengo
9 Mondtsir'

10 Rofnancer6 (

11 La Desire Artie

Nebrisca

Plucky
Granidero
Buscapleitos

Darnel
El Agheila
. Sicahu

Cerveeero
;Artigaa

Titita

Priije

ets

Panama Tribune Tips
ty LUIS ROMIR

Martlet

Don Cirilo
Sunsque (e)
- Buscapleitos

Dr. BiU
Zumar

Nedrey (e)
Mondesir

: Nirvana (e)

Artie Princess

it it it

Race Track Graded Entries

1st Rate Sth Sariea Imp. I' t$ Purs 1400.01 Pool Closes 1:00

1-Pingal
4 The Gipsy r
J Plauadoi j
4 Ml Locura
5 Ben My C.
ftRecife
T-Martlet v
8 Maese :
9 Nebrisca '

1st RAC! Of THI POUBLI

. i. Talavera 111 vastly improved
I. AKtret 106 Early speed 6nly
Crlsuan lot .-Distanc will help
A. Louriess Wix Distance handicaps
F. Sanchez 105 Not good enough
V.i Castillo 115 Impressive win last
R. Vasquez lis v-Last doesn't count
B. Baeza 113 Usually close up
JI. Gustines 112 Hard to beat nere

2S1

4-1

25-1
,50 J
$1
;u
31
2-i

2nd Race "Special" Imp. ; Fi. Purse $4.00 Pool Closes 1431

, .IndRACi.OP TMI POUil,

1 Hlgland P.
2 Plucky v
3 La Fama
4 Amelia.,,
5 Chiuaa
ft Don' Girilft
7 Camakas
MMagUa
9-Maniart s

' J. PhUlipa'113 -Impreisive debut
J.' jBaminitgiHig P-Could tcore again
::; C. BovU Utt Return from layoff
S. Hernandez. 104 Reportedly improved
F. JusUniam 109x Has shown nothing
Ji Ullda Ll9 -Enjoying- great form
F. Alvart 110 Can run; fractious
J. Talavera 112 Hat good workouts
H. Guitinti 10ft C6uld win first here

5-B
3- 1
15-1
H
20-1
5 2
4- 1
M
2-1

,. tie'
8 El AgheUa
ftZumar
T-El Fakir
8 Venganta
9 Mikel

.
r t

itkn St. CemiMiit
H. Gustines 113 Mutuels favorite
J. Talavera 112 N-Form indicates
R. Vaquej 115 Could score now
B. Baeia. 114 Jockey will help
F. Alvarez 109 Better this time

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

7th Race Sth Series Imp. I Pisr Pum 1M0.M

2nd RAC I O PTHI POUBLI
B. Baeza 110 Long overdue
A.- Perez 115 Distance may help
L. Tufion lOSe Early speed only
J. PhilUps 108 Could surprise
H. Gustinet 103 Handicap indicates
C. Quiros lOlx Must go lower
J. Talavera 112 Could get up here
R. Vasques 112 s "Enjoy ing good form"

Peel Clem 4:10

1 Sapristi 1
2 Ringside
3 Julio Verne
4 Destello
5 Sicabu ; v
Geyser
7-Nedrty
MDagon ...

3rd Race "SpUI" Imp. ft Pi.Pir. $458.00 Peel Closes 1:00

1- ticenciidd S. Hernandez 104 -Usually dUappoiatt 201
2- Mulchen A. Perex 1W Frattibuf not likely 251
3 Porro 1 F., Alvarez, 10ft Sizzling workout 31
4 Granadero B. Batza 113 Could make it here 3-2
8 Damajuana A, Credidio lOft Rate good chance 31

ft (Pardine R. Vasquez 115 Seems bet of, group 1-2

7 (Sunsque H, Gustinek 10S Could be winner, too 1-2
ft (Argosy R. J, Talavera 112 Rate chance also -. 1-2

4th Race "G" Natives

7 Fgs. Purs S27S.
OU INULA

Pm) Cleees 2:30

1 Silver Girl S. Hernandez 113 Good, recent races
2 Identica B. Aguirre 108 Rider handicapa
3 Rock'n Roll F. Justiniani lOOx Early speed Only
4 Buseapleitos r t. Baeza lift Barely won list
5 Solito v A, Credidio ill Should improve her
ft-Folietito 3. talavera U4 Form indicate
7 Okiland D. Barret lOix-Eirly speed ftnly

31
51
15-1
2-1
2- 1
3- 2

50-

5th Rate "C and D" Ntt. I Pfts.Purae S415.00 Peel Closes 3:M

1 Chito H. Gustihe 10ft Should score here 32

2 Daniel B. Baata 101 Razor-sharp form 2-1

3 Dr. Bill F. Saftchaz 109X Better this time 31
4 Tinela S.i Hernandez 103 -Could take it all 5 2
. 5 Don Brlcido J. Phillips 110 Distance to liking 4-1

ft Black Bee D. Barret 105x Not good enough M-l
4th Race 5th Series Imp. 7 Ps. Purse 1500.00 Po Closes 3:40
1st RACI OP THI DOUBLI

1 Germanlo J. Phillips 105 Could surprise 8-1
2 Town's wall Carvaial 105 Must be considered 51

aClrnn C. Ouiro lOtx Would pay off here 25-1

4 Rarsnoa A. Credidio 108 Not against these 10-1

, 31
. 2-1
15-1
'10 1
21
55-1
... 3-1
U3-1

' ..V ; 4- ,V.

8th Race 3rd Series Imp. I Fii.Purse $450.00 v

QUINIEUA

Peel Closes 4:40

1- rEngUsh W.
2 cervtcerd
$-Philllpioon,
4- Emlly Mary
5 Abolengo
ft Charicjeia

7 Kadir-

G. Sanchez 108 Doesn't, seem likely
F. Saneehz I02x Usually close up
A. Credidio 104 -Would surprise
J. Talavera 108 Rate good chance
V. CAttilld 110 Disunce to liking
F. Justiniani 99x Good recent races

J. Phillip 110 Mutuels favorite

8 Siete y Medio B. Baeza 115 Excluded from betting

15-1
3- 1
10-1
5-2
21
4- 1
3-2
xxxx

fth Race Sth Series "Imp. 7 Pgs. Purse 500.00

ONI TWO

Peel Closes 5:15

1 Manuela Pe.
2 Vergnieux
3 Brote s
4 Coltro
5 Neeful
ft Artigas
7 Alucinado
8 Mondesir
ft Otorongo

A. Credidio 110 Rates good chance 4-1
J. Ulloa 112 Usually close up 41
F. Sanchez 103x Needs Rolando Cruz 10 1
H. Gustines 115 Could score again 3-1
A. Perez 110 Not against these 10 1
G. Rivera 110 Excellent workout 4-1
F. Alvarez 110 Ran well in last 10-1
R. Vasquez 115 Form indicates 2-1
J. Talavera 105 Would pay off 20-1

10th Race "Christmas Classic" Purs $50"0.

Peel Closes 5:40

1 Apache A. Credidio 122 -Weights handicap 5-1
2 Monaco J. Ulloa 122 -Much inferior 25-1
3 Titita F. Alvarez 103 Distance may help 3-1
4 Henco H. Gustines 114 Enjoying rare form 5-2

5 Lady Edna R. Vasquez 119 Not this time 5-1
ft (Nirvana S. Hernandez lOi Best early speed 3-5
7 (Romancero B. Baeza 114 Mutuels favorite 3-5

11th Raw "Special"

Imp. 4 Fas. Purs $ 450.00
ONI TWO

Peel Closes.

1 Luciente V. Castillo
2 Rodolfo B. Aguirre
3 La Desiree B. Baeza
4 Reina M. Guerrero
5 Artie Princess R. Vasquez
ft Cheyene G. Sanchez
7 Last Dust F. Justiniani
8 Princess G. F. Alvarez
9 Tsrasca F. Sanchez

113 Would Surprise again 51

115 Peruvian-bred racer 15-1

108 Jockey should decide 3 2

100 Brief early speed 301
115 Form indicates 2-1

109 Excellent workout 3-2

lOOx Apparently off form 10-1
112 Reportedly classy 3-1
109 Early speed only 20-1

Hard-riding Heiiodoro (Papl-

to) Gustines, who is second In
the jockey standings In Mexico
at present, returned to the Isth.
mus Monday afternoon for the
holiday season.
Daring his stay here, Gus Gustines
tines Gustines will ride Henco in the
final elassie raee of the year
the $5,000 added Christmas
Classic and Perdulario In the
New Year's Classt. Both hors horses
es horses are owned by the Stud Los
Siete.
Henco was an upset winner
lat year when he hit the finish
line two clear lengths ahead of
Romancero and Esteban. Ro Romancero
mancero Romancero beat out Esteban by a
neck on that occasion. Esteban
ha developed bad legs since
then and ha been out of com competition
petition competition for almost a year.
This time Romancero win a-

gftln be the bie favorite to win

despite his dislike for distances

of more than one mile. Hi en en-trymate,
trymate, en-trymate, speedy Nirvana, fig figures
ures figures to set a sizzling pace that
should soften up Henco, also a
sprinter, until leading jockey
Braulio Baeza decides to make
his move with Romancero.
It will be interesting to see if
either Henco or Romancero will
be able to hang on when dis distance
tance distance loving two-year-old filly
Titita comes up fro an expected
homestretch bid.
0O0
Nine -more two-year-old colts
arrived at Tocnmen airnort
Monday. They are the Chil Chilean
ean Chilean products Brandal, Jnrue Jnrue-tito,
tito, Jnrue-tito, Marie Chantal, Alndldo,
Remendon, Jnanita, Philiolno,
Marietta and Corolarto. Marie
Chantal. Juenlta and Marse Marseille
ille Marseille are fillies.
These thoroughbreds, all of
which possess excellent blood
lines and are well proportioned,
will be auctioned aome time
next week.
0O0
Because of the great success
Khown durin? two trial meets,
the one-two that was previous previously
ly previously held for the third race will
be held in the eleventh race be beginning
ginning beginning tomorrow.
0O0
Arquimedes Alfaro topped the
list of suspended jockey over

the last weekend. Alfaro waa
Set down rht ma.t.

. lur repeal
edly crowding and carrying De Dependable
pendable Dependable wide with Ragazza in
Sunday's tenth race.
Ta14 n .

."" xwrangTiez, wno crogse crogse-Meiendex
Meiendex crogse-Meiendex thr fwinn.

With Embassy in the same race.
drew ft fntir.m s.ia-M

imvv Fruoub.

Jockey Alejandro Ycaia nf-V
so netted four meets for be'-'
Ing disrespectful to the padT.:.
dock judge and also refusing
to ride Joyero in Sunday'-s
eighth race after agreelnr to
replace Ruben Vasqnei. Mar- -ens
Hurky had to be snbstU
tnted at the last moment. Vi"
- Carlos Harry, Black Beel-.'
trainer, drew a tS fine for not
naSve fill correc colors on thl
Paquetito and Pichoto got IS
days suspension each for being
lame after their ra. tr.J

hwvu, SJVWIS
was also set down for two week
because she bled from both
nostrils. Full Mpon was sus-.'i
pended for 20 days by the vet veterinarian
erinarian veterinarian after she f1nfhl V,..

. -- wAAv,vt Aac&
race completely lame.

Narval, which is only permit-',
ted to race couoled with anoth another
er another horse fnr effeota v..i.

because of, tendency to refna "i

at the start, has four mo
chances before he will be rulee"
off.
The Panama Gambling Con Control
trol Control Board recently ruled thai
fractious animals that have t
be excluded from the betting 01
be coupled with another horsi
will be ruled off after they havt
refused five times (not neces
sarily consecutive).

A Merry Christmas and ft
lucky day at the raees to all I

RED CHINA GITS MISSILES
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) Na.
tionalist China's military inform a,
tion service reported today Rus Russia
sia Russia had given Red China air-to-ail
missiles to offset the Sidewinder
with which the United States hat
equipped Nationalist China.

9

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MJe ari1 liappy Co lake litis opportunity,
to widlt a(( our good friends and patrons

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10th Race 118 Mile
f f ... ; v

Purse: $ 5:000.00 Pool closes

1. APACHE .....A. Credidio

2. MCJNACO ......-.-.-J. Ulloa
3. titita ;r;..t
4. HENCO ... H. Gustines
5. LADY EDNA R. V6squez
6;-(N IRVANA .. ................. .$. Hernandez

'7. (ROMANCERO

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1st. 2nd 6th, 7th RACES

OUPLETAS

ONE- TWO

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QUINIELAS
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4th and 8th Races

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122 1st prize $100.00 i
103 2nd prize ............... 50.00
114 ll
119 $1
10i GRANDSTAND :

.B. Baeza 114 1st prize $100.00 :
;'j ' ; t-- 2nd prize 50.00 ?

PLJ 3rd prize...... 25.00 ll

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Traffic Offenders
Pay Various Fines

in baiDoa loun
Dewitt Earl Myers, 35, Amer American,
ican, American, was fined $15 by Judge John
E Deming at Balboa Magistrates
Court today for following another
vehicle too closely on Roosevelt
Avfnue on Dec 23. .'.
Found guilty of overtaking an an-'othe
'othe an-'othe vehicle with his bur and 111 111-'
' 111-' terferi-.g with traffic coming in the
: opposite direction. Andres Gra Gra-le?
le? Gra-le? 40, Panamanian was fined $10.
D'lving without a license yester yester-',
', yester-', day' brought a $5 fine to Hermes
I Asuncion Vargas,. 29. Panamanian.
' Edwin Secuadio Velez, 25, U.S.,
was fined .$15 for starting his ear
r Curundo Read-before it was safe
to Ho so. : ; ,';" ..'
US Wheat Shioments
And Use Of Dredae

Destined For Egypt
CAIRO; Dec. 24 (UPI) The
United States agreed todj to re relume
lume relume wheat shipments to Egupt
lor the first time since 195 m the
second friendly gesture towards
President Gamal Abdel Nasser in
the last three days.
U.S.' Ambassador. Rymon.2
Hare and Economics Ministers Ab
del Moneim Kaissouny signed the
agreement this morning in Kais Kais-lounty's
lounty's Kais-lounty's office.
Under its terms, the Umtfd

Stales bricc- '"."- .. j.i
Arab Republic 25 million dolars
worth o' American wheat and
flour. Payment will be. m Egyptian
'"Egypt must import wheat to
feed its people,, and Nasser charg charged
ed charged the United States was trying
to "starve" the Egyptians when
the wheat shipments were supend supend-fd
fd supend-fd Under the agreement signed to today,
day, today, Egypt wul get 200,000. tons
Bf wheat and 100,000 tons of flour,
the shipments will begin around
March 1, 1959, and wil be com completed
pleted completed within three months.
In another, gesture two days ago,

the United States allowed Egupi w
rent the world's largest dredge to
enlarge the-Suez. Canal.
That gesture,, like several others
was not reported in. the Egyptian
press. It was a question whether
the wheat sale .will be either.

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Crowns; 7 More Titles On Tap

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By MILTON RICHMAN
North Carolina, Kentucky and

Auburn already have claimed col college
lege college basketball's first three ma

jor tournament crowns and just

so no one will feel left out for

Christmas, seven more big titles

are being made available this

week.

Five Major tournaments start

Friday and two more get under
way Saturday in a sudden boom

of court activity that promises to

affect the national rankings and
keep basketball fans buzzing from
coast to coast.

Second ranked Kansas State,

which handed St. Joseph's its first

loss of the season, 68-55, last Sat

urday night, will be on view in

the Big Eight touney which be begins
gins begins at Kansas City Friday nilht.

Among the others in that tourna

ment are Kansas, Iowa State,
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State.

Holiday Poet I va I Starts
Other tournaments startinc Fri

day are the Holiday Festival in
New York,. Southwest Conference

in Houston, Tex., Evansville, Ind.

invitational and the All-College at
Oklahoma City. On Saturday niaht

the Far West Classic opens at
Corvallis, Ore., and the Queen

uiaaiic at Buffalo. N.Y.

Sophomore York Larese. a Tar

Heel from the sidewalks of New

York, helped North Carolina cap capture
ture capture the Blue Grass Festival Tour

nament title. Larese notched 16

points in an 81-77 victory over
then netted 24 points in a 78-61
triumph over Northwestern Satur

day that won the crown for the

ar -Heels.

Kentucky won Its own invitation invitational
al invitational tournament by defeating West
Virginia, 07-91. The Wildcats thus

avenged a loss to the Mountain Mountaineers
eers Mountaineers in the finals of the same

tourney last year. Jerry West of
West Virginia set a new tourna

ment-record With 36 noints. Sid

Cohen, a Brooklynite, led Ken

tucky with 19 points. The Wilu Wilu-kats
kats Wilu-kats thus extended their winning
streak to 13 games dating back
to last season.
Wins Own Teurrwy

The Citadel won its own invita

tional tournament with a 93-77 tri

umph over Miami (Fla.). Dick

wnerry paced the winners with
23 points.

Tp-rinked Cincinnati, which en enjoys
joys enjoys a week off and then partici participates
pates participates in the Dixie Classic next
Monday, continued unbeaten with

a 57-50 win over St. Louis. Oscar

Robertson was limited to nine
points in the first half, but then
notched 18 more in the second
half to pace the Bearcats to their
triumph.
Fourth ranked North Carolina
cut down Kansas. 66-63, and fifth-

ranked Michigan State rolled to

an 80-55 victory over Nebraska
in a final tune-up for the Dixie
classic tournament.
Sophomore Davey Miller, who
hadn't scored a point previously,
netted seven points in an overtime
period to lead Oklahoma State to
a 63-59 win over Ohio State in the
consolation game of the Kentucky
Invitational Tournament, while
Notre Dame ended a four-game
losing streak by beating Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, 61-53, in the consolation
game of the Blue Grass Festival.
Utah Upsets St. Mary's
Archie Carroll scored 20 points
in leading Texas A and M to a 74-64

victory over Wyoming in Die Blu-

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Singl

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mingham Classic consolation MtHtioi'-wfrc
tent ; nt..i..

test.

In other games: Washington
toppled Iowa, 81-68; Butler
knocked Tennessee from the un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten ranks, 81-66; Illinois came
from behind to defeat New York
University, 83-78; Brigham Young
licked Santa Clara, 75-65; Utah
State upset St. Mary's (Calif.),
79-63; Wichita beat Southern Cal California,
ifornia, California, 82-70; Villanova kept its
slate clean with a 74-67 win over
Duke; Southern Methodist downed

Minnesota, 67-58; Miami of Ohio

upset Pittsburgh, 88-75; St. John's
beat Virginia, 90-71 and Oregon
State topped Indiana, 73-69.

15th Naval Dist.

Festive Christmas music will

resound through the residential

areas of the 15th Naval District

this evening as a bus load of Navy

officers and theii wives tour the

streets singing carols.

The trip, will start at 8 p.m. at

the Quarters of Capt. A. R. St. An

gelo and co f inue down the hill to
the home of Cavt. and Mrs. C. K.

Miller for a "wet-your-whistle"

stop.

The carolers will proceed back

un the hill to the residence of Capt.

and Mrs. E. S. Bathke, and, after

a second stop for refreshments,

will conclude the e'lmng by sere serenading
nading serenading Rear Admiral arid Mrs
George Wales.

(Continued from Page 1)
pointments are made under
other laws or regulations such
as the Canal Zone Magistrates,
persons in the active military
service assigned to duty in the
Canal Zone, the district attor attorney
ney attorney and assistant district attor attorneys,
neys, attorneys, general officers of the
Panama canal Company, the
bureau directors, and staff of
the Governor-President of the
Panama Canal Company, and
heads of services of the Health
Bureau.'
In addition, a few occupation occupational
al occupational groups which are in the ex excepted
cepted excepted service In the united
State,, are also excepted from
merit system appointment re re-aulrements
aulrements re-aulrements in the Canal Zone.
These include hospital interns
and residents, attorneysteach attorneysteach-ers,
ers, attorneysteach-ers, and consultants and ex experts,.
perts,. experts,.
. The transition to the netr

uniform wage program will
require the redesipnation or
regrading with accompany In
wage rate changeg in tevei1
thousand positions. )',
, The majority of Canal Zone

employes will have only minor

changes in designation I their

Miscellaneous

Buy 4 stereophonic records el
tame price end get one FREE.
AGENCIAS- DIAZ, 37th Street
No. J-A. i. f

Stereophonic records, Christmas,
classical, populars. AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street No. 6-A. New

shipment lust arrived,
nitos. t ",' v

CANARIES
FOR SALEi Canaries and Para Para-heat,:
heat,: Para-heat,: just arrived from Holland.
Phone 3-627K 50th street, be between
tween between 94th and 95th.

Gives your family comfort for
Christmas. GIBSON AIR CON CONDITIONERS
DITIONERS CONDITIONERS from H h.p. up,
low amp., and regular units at
prices and terms to fit any bud budget.
get. budget. TROPELCO. S.A.

FOR SALE: Webcer Regent
Tape recorder, i moths use, late
model, 3 apeeds, $150.00. Phone
3-4776, Panama.

FOR SALE Combination radio,
45 record player, RCA battery,
like new, $25.00. Balboa 6356,
or 6361. after 5:0Q.

Real Estate,

FOR SALEt Lett 500 and 1.000
, Meter, in the Nuave Hipedrome
- Urbanization, across the Ramon
Racetrack. AK let with street
fronts. sewage; water main and
' electricity. Call W. McJamett.
Tel. J-256T.

Inr in Civil Service competi competitive
tive competitive positions or who are
. serving in excepted positions
but who have personal com competitive
petitive competitive status as. a. result of
an earlier Civil Service ap appointment
pointment appointment -wiir' automatically
acquire Canal Zone Merit Sys System
tem System status upon recomenda-
., tion of their agency..
The commitment in the Me

morandum of Understandinars

Reached to afford citizens of

Panama to participate in train training
ing training programs in Canal Zone

agencies Is also" set forth In the

araro or regulations.

FOR SALE One High-Fi RCA,
3 -speed record player. Table
model with cabinet and one
Spanish guitar new. Tel. Balboa
2-3307, house 0861 -B. Balboa.

fcVKRLASTlNG BATTERY
Fold; International
155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad
Station.

The New

S IP

NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewflnder System

a v avavojaav

1. 1 SI Mil N.

Manama Col6n

Jobs Available
WANTED:
Experienced operators for corrugated
carton machinery to operate the follow following
ing following equipment:
S & S Corru gator
Hooper Multi-color Printer Slotterg
Specialty cutter-creasers
Semi-automatic Taperg & Gluers
Semi-automatic Stitchers
Fully automatic Folder-Taper
Please write full particularg and
experience for an interview to
MR. JEFFRIES,
Industria San Antonio, S.A.
Box 5540, Panama, R. P.

their rates of pay;

Others will receive small m

creases to adjust.thelr new des

ignations and classifications to

th new system.

Similarly, others will receive

small decreases but their pres

ent rates of pay will be saved so

long as they remain in the po

sition which they occupy at the

time of the wage conversion.

Future "new employes in these

positions will, of course, receive

the new lower basic salary for

the position

Both citizens of the United

States and non-citizens will be

affected equally by these chang
es.
The basic principle for the es.

tablishment of rates of pay are
set forth in Public Law 85-550

of July 1958.
This requires that the deter determination
mination determination of the wage base be
derived solely on the basis of
availability of applicants and
employes in a given grade lev level.
el. level. Thus If all positions at a glv
en erade or pay level can be fill

ed from Canal Zone area sourc sources
es sources than a Canal Zone wage base

determines the rates of pay for

all positions in the given grade

or nay level.

Similarly if It Is necessary to

recruit sorftp or all employes at

a triven grade or pay level from

U S. recruitment sources then a

U.S. wage base Is paid.
All persons in each grade
therefore will receive the same
basic ware irrespective of his
nationality.
The new Secretary of Army
regulations provide fbr the es establishment
tablishment establishment of an Independent
Manal Zone Board of Appeals to
review and determine appeals
of employes from adverse agency-
decisions affecting their
grade, pay level, or the classifi classification
cation classification of their position.
The five-man board of ap appeals
peals appeals will toe appointed by the
Secretary of the Army and will
include one Civil Service repre representative,
sentative, representative, two agency represen representatives,
tatives, representatives, and Mm employe mem members,
bers, members, the latter'appolnted by the
Secretary of the Army, from In In-service
service In-service employes of Canal Zone
agencies. V
These appointments will be
made shortly after; Feb. 15 so
that the new board can com commence
mence commence its operation t the time
of the establishment, of the new
wage nlan.

Item 1 of the 1955 Mmoran

dum also reserved to U.S. citiz citizens
ens citizens Increments, labove base nay
repVesen.tlnrn' overseas differ differential
ential differential plus a tax differential al allowance.'.
lowance.'. allowance.'. ,v
These benefits are express expressly
ly expressly provided for in the t new
regulation and m the new
ware and salary schedules ;
which will be established MK
der the new uniform wage
plan. 'iM-r'A r
, The requirement for the ex extension
tension extension of the Civil Servjce Re Retirement
tirement Retirement Act to citizens of Pan Panama
ama Panama employed In the govern government
ment government .agencies in the Canal
Zone-also authorized In Public
Law 85-550 of Jul f 195 nnd
became effective Oct. 5, 1958.
v'. ft'jf'.yi,''
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One of the most Important

commitments in the 1955: Me

morandum was the offer by the
United States to afford equality
of opportunity, to citizens of
Panama for employment in all
U.S. Government positions in
the Canal Zone for which they
are qualified.

The new regulations contain
detailed instructions to the
Canal Zone agencies to im implement
plement implement this equality of op opportunity
portunity opportunity commitment by es establishing
tablishing establishing the Canal Zone
Merit System. The right was
reserved to the linked States
to determine and fill security
positions by U.S. citizens only.

The new merit system regu

lations provide, for an lnde

pendent Canal Zone Merit Svs

tern conforming vto principles
and operating procedures of the
CivH Sendoe Merit System, of

uie unuea states,

The local, program will e
administered by the Canal Zone

civilian Personnel Policy Coor
dinating Board through the fa

cillties of an independent staff,

uie ventral Employment office

The board which was infor

mally established locally in

Juiy i& is composed of the

heads of local agencies and will

be headed alternately by the

uovernor or the canal Zone
and the Commander In Cltfef,

uanoDcan uommancu
The adoption of the new
merit system on Jan. 19 will
require that all future ap appointments
pointments appointments mast be on the
basis of merit and fitness for
all Cnal Zone positions with without
out without regard to nationality
Th" only txceptlonsv permit

ted to this policy under the
new regulations is for appoint appointments
ments appointments to security positions in
whlchjonly UJS. citizens may be
appointed and to a few admin administrative
istrative administrative positions listed in the

appendix to the regulations.

.. The policies and procedures

oi uie canai zone Merit Sys System
tem System must be approved by the

uivu service commission and
the work of the board and of

the new central Employment

uince win De reviewed pe

riodically Dy xne vs. emi serv service
ice service Commission.

The new regulations require

unas f unuea otates civil Serv Service
ice Service standards for employment

cjigiouiiy must pe met for all
in-service and future emnlovea

ux unniu z,one agencies.

In gome cases this will re require
quire require that employes must
meet t. higher standards of
qualification than has been
required in the past under
local standards.

This- requirement is neeassarv

because of the policy expressed
in the July 1958 law authoriz authorizing
ing authorizing interchange of U.S.. citizen

employes oetween the Canal
Zone Merit System and the Ci

vil Service merit system of the

united states.

-Local agencies will have one

year after Jan. 19 in which to

recommend present in-service

employes for Canal Zone Merit

system status

. Generally employes must meet

the same requiremtnts as in
the United States Civil Servlcfe

System for conversion to their

new status.

Recommendations of employes

by itheir agencies will be re

viewed and approved or disap disapproved
proved disapproved by the Canal Zone Ci-

vuian personnel policy '-'Coordinating
Board following which

me emDioye wui ne nounea i oi-

flclally of his change la status.
To be eligible for conversion
the employe must have served

In a non-temporary appoint

ment ;rfof "at least six months

and must meet the qualification
requirements' established by the
board for the occupation in

which he 11 employed. S ; 4,

, Employes who are now sers-

Also the regulations provide

for protection of veteran re

ference nd competitive status

rights under the. Veterans Pre

ference-Act of 1944,- as amend

ed, and the Lloyd-LaFoUette

aci or iia, as amended.

'.j. ......

Detailed instructions as a to

the processing of adverse per

sonnel actions are set. forth in

the new regulations. ;

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
;t DRAWER "A-, DIAILO' '
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CXf'.
HONI BALBOA 3709

'Dogs?

TOR SALIt -4 WplieV eotker,
Spaniel, mother one month old.
Call Balboa 2405, House No,
2235, Car Street Balboa.N v ?

Protect your komo

ty against hraoct

Prompt sciontifie ; trutisMiit

emorgoncy or Monthly bedfetl
: basis. Telephone Pronto ServiceJ
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 177T,Y

end properW
e-asaete.;.
Neatntent ea

FOR SALti Throe' Springer,
Spanial male popple still UH,
Meat Christmas gift. Call 3v
93d. - V

Miscreant's Menu

.;.MTurkeyt'-topi':ti nienu for din dinner
ner dinner tomorrow at the Casa Wall in
Ralhoa. a hostlerv known until last

year as the Casa Darden, and also
referred to as the Balboa Pcjce
Station. L, i. '( ', t
Christmas dinner, -. like otner
meals, will be sent in from Canal

Zone eatery, since me nosuerj ou

no kitchen,
. r rtniv abma' 17 a smaller num

ber that for some holidays-!, will
partake of tomorrow's festival
meaL Bus besides turkey they'll
have dressing, cranberry sauce,
potatoes, carrots and peas, with ice

Most of the guests are serving jail
terms for misdemeanors. But at

least two are former Gamooa con
victs awaiting trial for recent bur
glaries.

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WELCOME, SANTAl Kelly 'Himes represents' the youngsters of;
Fort Gullck as he greets St. Nick at the post children's party.;
That's Dad, Col. Cecil Himes, post oommander, performing
the Introduction. (U.S. vArmy--Photo)

Legion Junior Baseball Loop

To Hold First Pacific Side

Team Practice Next Satur

day

Ttae first Paclfi sld team prae
tdce of the newly formed, Ameri American
can American Legion Junior Baseball League
has been (scheduled for this com coming
ing coming Saturday, Dec. 27 at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium beginning at t p.m.
Three teams have been select selected
ed selected to represent the Pacific Side
will field one team to complete

the Junior Baseball' League.
Practice is expected to continue
throughout the remainder of the
Christmas holidays and en Into
January so that all players will
be in top notch condition for the
Jan.-17th opener to be played at
Balboa ''-"StsdiumA v f "t

Teams and nlsfers whe will be

gin practice this coming Satur Saturday
day Saturday at Balboa Stadium. ,,

Teams and players who will be begin
gin begin practice- this coming Saturday
at Balboa Stadium are: Betram

T. Clayton Post Nfc. Seven, Ed Cor Cor-rigan,
rigan, Cor-rigan, J. Cunningham, John Hern,
Jose Ortii, Frank Stewart, Carl

Marvin Methener. Dtltm Dombros-

ky. Bob Flumach and Lloyd

tiumach. v

Panama Canal Post NOi One
(Team A)r Charles 'Bradshaw.

unico Martin, -Joe Lasuneer. ai

lan scow, Kicnara Moms, aua

Batcheldor. Jimmy Barnes. Ray

Amatev ueorge camny, Arcme

Carroll, Don Rogers Valentin

peer, Jim jmce, Sims Allen.

PabamavCanal 1 Post i No. tme

(Team B): Frank Baggott Frank
Bright. Ed Solan. Carlos Kiamco.

jsck Pearson, w. wombig Asa

Bsrieyj Tom Bright. Tom Collin,
Dick McNatt Charles Racer. Guy

Lord. Aloert White. Don Eattan.

xne louowing Doys nave neen
elected to represent the Atlantic
side: Jules Damioni, Edward
Greeh. '-Bob Geddes WlUIam Will,
f aiifinaa P Wli n nam Yu T AVsntlvat

Joe Weir, Lennart Hakanson. Louis

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- (A Colon girt who. was described
Si a "spitfire' Was sent to 1ail Inr

60 days by Judge Loren B. HUlsinr

er ai vrisrooai magistrates court
today after she had caused an up
roar in, Cristobal and injured two
policemen s v
The girl, Karfll del Valle, alias
Maria smith, 21-year-old Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was arrested in Cristobal jor
disorderly conduct. As the officer
was-taking her :to the; patrol ear,
she ecratchel him on the nose
kicked his shins and his arm, tt
was stated in court today, i
She was sent to Coco Solo hog
pital for a routine medical check.
On the way, she kicked the police
man driving the car, in the neCfc
Shg was given 30 days on the
charge of disorderly eonrluet. mnA

IS days on-each charge of battery

BKainai tne police ouicers.
- She will xo to Gatun women!

prison,
Neither nolieemnn rMiirirnt hna.

pitalization.

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Flnriiia Builders. Inc.. of St. Petersburg were the successful

low bidders on the Capehart housing project to provide 330 j

familv units for Pacific side Army posts.

The contract was let in Washington last week was ?6r $4. $4.-694.444.
694.444. $4.-694.444. The Federal Housing- Administration will allow a maxi

mum insurable mortgage of $5,424,852. Under this arrangement.

optional extra items, such as outside patios and, car-ports for

all units will be inciuaen.

CTnrMQ RnlliWc said lahnr will he hireH InrallT nnH thv'll I

need from 50 up to 300 people, depending on the phase of the

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Comprising a total of 330 liv living
ing living units, 30 will be built at Fori
Amador 54 units at Corozal, 130
at Fort Clayton, 16 at Quarry
Heights, and 100 at Curundu.
Modern in every detail, these
new residential quarters are ex expected
pected expected to be completed in a
maximum of 20 months follow following
ing following the starting date.
Tn addition to the construc

tion of the dwellings, Florida
Builders, Inc., will build the nec

essary extension oi existing util utilities,
ities, utilities, such as sanitary sewage
nnllection svstems. storm drain

age, water and electric distribu

tion lines, to serve me vanuuc
locations.
The housing project Is an
extension of the Capehart
Housing Act, known as Title 8
of the Federal Housing Ad Administration's
ministration's Administration's Armed Service
Housing Mortgage Insurance
Program for Armed Service
housing on Government-owned
property.
Florida Builders, Inc., was in incorporated
corporated incorporated in 1945 with John T.
Haynsworth as president. Prior
to this time, Haynsworth was
successful low bidder on several
government housing projects in
the Florida-Alabama-Georgia a a-rea
rea a-rea during World War II. Hayns.
worth guided the firm during
the period of 1945-47 in contract
construction of homes in the
St. Petersburg and Gulf Beach Beaches
es Beaches section of Florida.
Since 1946 the company has
built in excess of 5000 residen residential
tial residential units in the $10,000 to $20, $20,-000
000 $20,-000 price range.
John C. Shelton, president of
Florida Builders, said:
"We will set up a concentij concentij-tion
tion concentij-tion and pre-fabrication man manufacturing
ufacturing manufacturing facility along with
general offices for the admin administration
istration administration of the project in the
Las Cruces lumber yard at Ft.
Clayton.

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Robert O. Hinson will be proj project
ect project manager for the Canal Zone
job.
"The plan and design of the
units are exceptional from the
standpoint of room size, storage
facilities, and general liveabili liveabili-ty,"
ty," liveabili-ty," Hinson said,
"Each unit will contain
three bedrooms and two baths,
there are two large storage
closets, living, room, dining
room and kitchens equipped
with factory-finished cabin cabinets,
ets, cabinets, range and refrigerator. In
the laundry area, each unit
will be fitted with a combina-

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Constructiion details call for
all-masonry exterior walls ; and
masonry in terlop-partitions.
Roof members ;will be- factory factory-built
built factory-built trusses constructed of in-sect-repellant
pressure-treated
fir. lumber.

The toof coverlnes will be of

built up asphalt saturated
composition, known to the trade
as 20 year bond-type with ap applied
plied applied gravel exposed surfaces. 1
Window and sash will be mod modern
ern modern aluminum fiames fitted

with full-opening, glass- jalousie

components,

AN ARCHITECT'S DRAWING of thefour-unit, two-story quarters to-be constructed at Quarry
Heights under 'the multi-million dollar contract for military and civilian housing which has
been awarded to Florida Builders, Inc. Four such structures will be built at Quarry Heights.
Single-story units wllk be built at Fort: Amador, Fort Clayton, Corozal and Curundu.

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