The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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Superior Judge Gonzalez Goes on Trial
In 1955 Shooting of Panama Attorney

TribunftL" ot HnaatMhn
TMterday.oh a charge -of hav hav-Sf
Sf hav-Sf Sf 'aftd injured Panama
. City attorney VirfgHW-Teiada
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Draws 3C3 Pca:ma
V6rkers IdlBalboa r
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-'riie firsts civil detense, filW
trSfng session being ; given Jor
the- Panama and Canal Zqne
CWU Defense Corp drew ,n
'.Judieflce bt, approximately. 300
fy person.-'-- t J l
! The 'program' was notpen
; to the 'We hut f M nt nt-"tto
"tto nt-"tto only for those' with-CM1
Defense Supervisory re-pon --
Aty l?t .both jurisdictions.
t.iT ni urwr shown at tne

' eouinment which permits the
projection -of 16. mm, 'U2
i..-n, th nroiection booth
This v enables thT presentation
; of these training- Jums to tiarge
audiences.. 'V ;f
,' tv,5 i th first f ihree pro-
hat wUl-be -given .this

Pranged by tne waiiHi

Defense: oriice, i ano-iiu. -nrnwntPri "throueh -the
rooDeration of the1 JMotlon, -Pic
ture Service. The pictures shown
vrorttline For Freedom;
Oueratton DoorstepV Operation
Ltw. and The Day Calfea, x.T
vvt Mnndav at' the same
fcniir. 3:00 n.m.-'the second se
lies will be shown. The program
ilf consist of : Facts 4- About
Falloutr Radiation ,petecton;
Self Preservation in Atomic At Attack
tack Attack and Crisis. v
TntAi time should take too
more tHan ohe hour and
! ex-
itiinute.These ntctures. arc
tremely Important especially lor
those whose duties require some
peclal .knowledge of radiation
hazards, and detection, -, J
- In general, however, this In Information
formation Information is important to all
who1 are involved- 'In civil de-
jense wp;- t
) s Progfams and;, other ; mementos
tf. exceptional value; f ;sources
for research on : the construction
period were presented to the Ca-
.. Dal Zon Library-Museum by spe special
cial special guets and Rooseyelt Medal
Holders during the recent: Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Centennial observance. v.
' Harry? W.' Sedwick; of Wilmin3'
ton, Del.,.: who was' formerly Dl-j
trict-r Quartermaster;; at Culebrai'l
presented 'a -. number :. or items
j which he collected during his stay
; on the Isthmus from June 6, J908,
hto -Marfch 1 1916., ',.;: :!
'' .These included a, metal ashtray
with the words "Gbrsona Shops
'.' Sm.oker,JVMay. I?,' 1913,';: Panama
Cartal." and "metal miniature
shovel with the words,' "Pananm,
' Gor?ona; 1904-1913. The articles
were favors giver aay at the
' arewell function marking the clos- ;

V, c .p,-.J- He Will Appeal

He. was on trial f or jcrimmal assault on the late attorney Virgllio

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triaL.ln the nam courtroom
overwhtch- torf -aometimes- pxe-
stdes' t The Hriat continued .to J
dam with' the Dresentation ? of
testirtony. by ihe 1 defense and
theprosecutioa ana is, expect

ed to laskwwwl lorr'1uaHv"V
'fV ; i.i 4t tv,lRalhnjLj)n 1m sin rtnn Rot.iii-

history of the Republic that tht
Suprme -Court Is fitting m
session for a trial of a member
of 'the judicial power,- t
Presiding over f the trial are
Justices Jose M. Vasquez Diaz,
Gil .Tapia", Victor, A, de- Leon,
Ricardo vA, Morales, and- Publio
Vasquez, w ,y
Witnesses testified yesterday
that Gonzalez lapproached s Te-
jada Luna nile the .iatte" was
attending to some business, hi
the office of the secretary,; of
the 'Superior Tribunal- and,' de
manded an explanation of a
letter that TeJada Luna" had
published regarding Gonzalez
the day before, ;
Tejaaa is said
swered, ,"What ..has been, .said,,
has already, been said.' while
gesticulating, with his hands.,-
Accordint to the testimony,
Gonzalez then pulled a gun
from his waist and approached
Tejada and. the -two men en-
gaged .in a struggle while by
standers scurried "f or v eover,
in tne. struggle., Tejada was
shot and : seriously Injured.
However, he recovered fl'om; the
wounds after; several weekstyut
aiea a lew montns, later.-
Navy Identifies
Lieutenant Who
Waf Paii!i(..II?iK4
.The U.S. Navy has n6w re
leased 'the name of the lieute lieutenant
nant lieutenant who was found banged on
Monday morning in the visiting
officers quarters at'Albrooli Ht
was Lt. Dixon Wlllson, 31,' of
Tnla Kan " (
I ThZl ,il,
He "had been, on duty with
the --U.S. Naval mission in 'Bo
gota,, Colombia, and had spent
three,, daya on the Isthmus on
leave,,.', f i-"', ,v v--
iNo-testllt has. yet been an announced
nounced announced of an inquiry which is
being made Into the -'Circum

stances surrounding his $1,377570755 obligations.

ing of the NGorgona 5hopsi??v'
l:i Anpther mtereBting;imemento
presented .by Sed wick, is an V out:
size,;' about ftve'inches itf. diame diameter;
ter; diameter; replica Of an Isthmian Canal
Commission check which is made
of brass and is.n the. shape of a
This appear to be -"gag: r
words Tha- I.C.C. Won't Ul
- Mt" ara ongrkvad. oi HV'vi.'i;
About one and a half ito ; .two
dozen Construction Day progr'ams
and other' mementos including a
program of "Gorgona's last Inde Independence
pendence Independence Day Banquet,'1 : are -niong
the items added to the Mu Museum'
seum' Museum' collection by Sedwicfc. j
Another important contribution
to the museum is a copy ot the
speech made by Theodore Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt to employes of the Office of

offiqe of the Secretary of the1

Lose Your Bike!
Balboa Cops Seek
Owners Of Cycles
Balbba Polile ire trying to
finrT thp ftwriprs nf 30 MrvriM

which' have accumulated inetreat, the Augusta National Golf
their.-lost property. Toom over CP pend the Thanksgiving

tne past two: years.
Anyone wno nas lost e.JDJc.v-
ay morning wnei tne oicycies
cle among the -collection. -i
. "..iJF wren
A" tne macnines not ciaim-
ed will be auctioned la the near
tUture. i,' ft J f
.Police stated today that they
have checked back all the com-j
plaints of lost or. stolen cycles
for the past two years and not
one of the cycles in -their nos-
session- haaf -yet been reported,
of pouce spoKesman said:
Usually we find the cycles just
abkndoned on the "roadside or
inf-some,' grass or proDped up
against a Duiiamg. we can only
assume mat : aosent minded
people or children cannot al always
ways always remember where th(v left.
their cycle. ..It seems strange
people do not value, them more
than ..
Burglary Charge
Cut To Loitering;
Boy, Gets 15 Days
!7-year-old Panamanian youth
aqdismt.i t R0ihn- -Ma.
trate's court today, on the mo motion
tion motion of the Assistant District At Attorney
torney Attorney J. Morton Thomson.
However, a' loitering charge
was substituted against the boy,
Charles Henry Fergus, and. he
rws: nt to Jail for 15 days. He
was found guilty of loitering at
325 A Gamboathe home of All All-thla
thla All-thla Greenldge.
Most Nations Pay
dent, Eisenhower has j reported
that most foreign countries are
1 making scheduled payments on
4U.:. r,M w.. .h
!,, "Jitr, - X ;V
..In hs 39th "report to Congress
on Ihet lend-lease operations, the
President disclosed yesterday that
as jdt Jec, -3t. 1957, the foreign
governments had repaid the Unit
ed-States 944a.348,73 oi tneir to-
i the Assistant
Chief Sneineer i" of
the Isthmian Canal Commission oif
Noi. J6, 1906, this was presented
byi Mrs. Thyra GiV.Sheibley, i .of
Patiami, Mrs. Sheibley's late hus husband
band husband firmer H" Sheibley; was
Clerk of the District Court In,; the
Canal Zone for many years. He
served! with the, Isthmian Canal
Commission as an interpreter in
1906 and i retired from the Canal
organization in 1933 witn 27 and
one half years of service.-
Charles F, Williams, of Balboa,
and Captain John M.1 Davir both
retired Canal employes and mem members
bers members of Chagres Camp No. 1 of
Spanish and American War Veter Veterans,.
ans,. Veterans,. have presented brass
memorial ; plaque, to the Museum
collection. t ,i
Tha plaque,, a memorial to
the U.S.S. Main belonged to


48, an
f Balboa,
was lined $25 by Jndge John
'Et .Deming at Balboa Magis Magistrates
trates Magistrates Court today : When he
' was found guilty of stealing
a 17-cent packet f cream
cheese- from,BalboK Commit
; His attorney, William J.
- Sheridan Jr., immediately
gave notice of appeal and the
judge fixed the' bond at $50.
.. Tht case against .' Egudin,
who has been pharmacist
at Gorgas Hospital for 22
years was heard '-yesterday,
but the Judge took the case
under advisement j and an announced
nounced announced his decision today.
- He J told Egudin e- "I have
carefully considered this case
and I find there Is no rea reasonable
sonable reasonable doubt of your guilt."
, its.'1 'f 1
Eisenhowers Stream
To Augusla; Plan
.Family Holidays
1 AUGUSTA, Ga.. Nov. 3A (UPI1
"-Six more Eisenhowers arrive to-
dav at the Presidfint' virstinn
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D wsennower,-1
,pL.W:..a 7
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state documents between here and
w chin tnn
' i
Th familv hlanneii frIHAol
observance of the holiday with a
bie dinner tomorrow-
The; family probably will be to-
gether? here through most of the
weekend,-but the children have
lu ue uaKK- weir nome in Aiex-
adria v- tart ichool Monday,
The President Himself may not
return to Washington, until' : next
. ucs,u'r
The Chief Executive ha been
enjoying hin I slf immensely-these
past few days, playing golf daily
after spending a good bit of the
mornings in his tiny office over
the golf club pro shop overlooking
the course.
I Through yesterday, the Chief
; Executive had played at least 90
I holes of golf since Thursday aft
ernoon. : Barring unexpected bad
. weather, he was expected out on
the course again this afternoon.
- ZJ! tl'$t grandr
0I David companion.
ice Exonerate
Motorist Who
Knocked Boy Down
Police have exonerated from
blame a woman driver whose
car hit a young boy at Balboa
yesterday. They say the accident
was caused by the carelessness
ot the boy.. j
" The boy is Stephan Allen
el ght-year-old son of Beverl;
Allen of Akee Street; Balbor
Stephan alighted from a schor
bus : opposite, his home, dashe
Into some bushes and then dash:
ed out again and across the roe
into the path of a car driven b
Mrs. Dorothy E. Bitter, VS. N?
val employe of Gamboa.
- A lender struck Stephan's If
but he was unhurt.
Camp No. 1. If was one of ma' i
ny prosented to various camps.
A resolution expressing appre appreciation
ciation appreciation for all "the courtesies they
received in connection with the
Theodore Roosevelt Centennial Ob Observance
servance Observance in the Canal Zone was
passed by the Roosevelt Medal
Holders, returning 'to the States
on the Panama liner neon. fet
A copy of tne resolution, pass
ed by the Medal Holders after
sailing for New f, York,' has just
been received by Gov. W. E; Pot Potter.
ter. Potter. Copiea :of the resolution were
forwarded to him and to Masters
of both Panama Line vessels
since most of the old timers came
down on the Cristobal and return returned
ed returned on the Ancon,
The '," resolution, unanimously
passed, was i. fined by the presi presidents
dents presidents of the Panama Canal Socle

Aerial Warfare Hits Gdtun

Atrial warfare Is being waged
In the Canal Zone with toy
The issue is whether or not
the devotees M the hobby of
flying control-line model aero
planes with miniature gasoline
engines should be banished
from society r whether they
should be allowed to fly their
whirlibugs" within eaushot ol
housing areas. ,i
The opening moves were
made last night at a civlo
meeting at Gatun when Gov.
W. E. Potter said that th
regulations prohibited flying
of powered model planes with within
in within 2000 yards (or 20 football
fields) from high tension
wires and the flying had to
be supervised by a respon responsible
sible responsible instructor approved by
the governor. He said the
planes did disturb some peo people,
ple, people, especially nervous people
and those who bad to sleep
in the daytime.
Potter said he had suspended
these regulations tor 60 days
wnue tne prooiem was beina
aiscussea. i-
Tom Sellers of Cristobal said
the regulations were original
ly aimed at ,fvee-$ight models!
not tnose.'wnich were control
led bylines. f- f
said his neighbor's hi-fi wis
more causa for concern than
moaei planes ands asked wi
there Governor's re
lauon, about hi-fi ha'Ur
To American Dead
Dedicated By Queen
LONDON, Nov. 26 (UPll (UPll-Bntons
Bntons (UPll-Bntons led by their Queen joined
today in a solemn service, of
thanksgiving to honor American
lives lost defending this Island
and the free world in World
War II, ,,
With Vice President Richard
M. Nixon at her elbow, Queen
Elizabeth II unveiled a monu monument
ment monument to 28,000 .Americans who
died in or near the British ? Is Islands.'
lands.' Islands.'
On the monument in the new
American Memorial Chapel of
St. Paul's Cathedral were the
words: ...
"This chapel commemorates
the cohimon sacrifices of the!
British and American people, tne j
Second War and especially those
American servicemen whose
names are recorded on this roll
of honor."
More than 2,000 voices Joined
in singing the "Battle Hymn of
the Republic,"' a solemn remind.
er that regardless of revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary bygones and present differ
ences the free world's two Dest
friends are Britain and America.
Millioris of persons watched the
ceremony on television. ; ;
PanCanal Official
Travels,. Stateside j
On Business Trip'
John pi Hollen, chief of the ece ece-:utive
:utive ece-:utive planning staff of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company, is in the Unit -d
States for a brief official visit
Canal offices in Washington and
fow York. '11
He left over the weekend and
'ill return to the Isthmus witnin
bout ten days.
During his absence, Thomas E.
urrow will act is chief of the
xecutive planning staff.
ties In : Washington and Chicago,
Stepheh La tchford and Frank S.
Wichman, respectively, and four
past presidents of the Washington
Society.: Ben Jenkins, Maurice 11.
Thatchefi David R, Wolverton. and
Andrew "W. Dewling.
While moat of the Rcoievelt
Mdal .Holder who came to
the Isthmus tor the Rootovelt
Centennial left last week on the
Ancon, aeverel are still here
and will tail Saturday on the
Crlitobal. ' 1
The resolution taken aboard the
Ancon said;,
-"That we are most appreciative
of, and 'grateful for, the manifold
courtesies accoraea us wnue -on
the Isthmus, and engaged in such
attendance and participation, by
Gov. W H: Potter and the Pana
ma Canal Company, the Thee-

y braham Lincoln

lip ititei:

A model plane devotee'
Henry De Voll of Coco Solo,
soomed out of the audience
to defend his hobby. He said
the commissaries wereaelling "l
the planes by the hundreds, j
wuikii nceiiiea mi fum iv aiau i
somebody look pretty silly.'
Said De Vpll: ?f'i have. been of'
asomewhat nervous disposition
f 3fc"?some years but I find the
buzzing of these planes exi
tremeiy relaxing." -r;;
Summing ; up, Potter: said it,
sccuicu. uiai, uicy oeiLei
keep everyone moderately hap happy
py happy pr moderately unhappy. He
said the communities must sel select
ect select areas where they wanted
people to fly the planes. v
Ifle added: "Select your areas
an'd teen'in the same placa we
calp send the kids to practice
their Hula Hoopspoy, that's
Dfen a real money-maker.)"
US Navy Diver
Seeking Cessna
I xne u.s. navy is now neiping
m tne search for the Cessna 180
missing from Paitilla Airport,
Panama City since Oct. 31. They,
have sent a Navy patrol chased
the Jasper, round to San Bias
point and a diver complete with
pressurized suit and helmet Is
making dives In the sea between
the t mainland' and 'Porvenlr,
where the plane was' headed l
4 There have been ao-lr-un
ccnflrjjted reportathafe' patch
or ou was seen on tne surface oi
the sea In this area.
i The Navy are combining the
search with their, training op operations,
erations, operations, K
V i . .... ,,: ; 5f
Convoy Of Veanons
For Cuban Rebels
Nabbed In Florida
OCALA. Fla., Nov. 26 (UPIl
An alert road patrolman inter
cepted an auto convoy of arms
Mr Cuban rebels eariy today.
Eight persons, including a Mia Miami;
mi; Miami; soldier of fortune, were ar
rested alter a two-country cnase.
Marion County Deputy Sheriff
Glenn Smith seized one car
heavily laden with machine
guns, rifles and ammunition
near here and two other vehi vehicles
cles vehicles were stopped a short time
later at a roadblock in the out outskirts
skirts outskirts of Leesburg,;
I Arrested in the first car were
Charles Hormel, 43, Miami cattle
exporter with a long record oi
n-runnlng charges, ana Ma Ma-m
m Ma-m Garcia, a Havana woman in
her 30s.
',$mith said the car containeo.
two ;50, caliber anti-aircrart
elms, four machine guns. 65 ri
flei of various makes, and 15, 15,-00.Q
00.Q 15,-00.Q rourtds of ammunition"' for
all the guns. Also seized was a
monitor radio, apparenuy used
tq tune in on police frequencies.
dor Roosevelt Memorial Commit Committee.'
tee.' Committee.' and all others who. during
our visit, accorded us services and
courtesies. to all of whom our
warmest thanks are due and are
now tendered.
-T . .m. ,1,.
"i nat we a so tenaer tne HKe
thanks to Capt, Chas. S. Foley,
Master of the -Ancon and the
staff and employes of the" Ship,
as well as to the staff of tne Pa
name Line in New York and on
the Isthmus, and the staff of the
Panama tanai ornce in wasnmg
ton, D.C., for the malty courtesies
extended us.
f "That we also- tender our warm
est thank to Capt. German, Mas Master
ter Master of the Cristobal and the staff
and employes of the ship, for the
many services and courtesies
corded us by them.



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Panama Chamber of Commerce SDokesmen todav

hailed Gov. Williarri E Potter's
that his policy is ta entourage
the Canal Zone. 5

t The spokesmen saw Potter's statements to a spafsely
attended meeting of .Civic Council representatives in 'Ga 'Ga-...
... 'Ga-... rrv'-:-i.i. ift. .t -i 1 v .

iuii mat my ii i us a reopening or rne way TOWOrOS rUrllrt
meetings between Canal Zone officials and different
groups of industrialists with a view to raisina the nuolit

iof Panamanian products to

the Canal .Zone authorities." ' ',.
-.J Patter 4inderlinefjast night that the Zone'i anotn$ anotn$-maj
maj anotn$-maj purchases must" meet the same standards of quality
astfmports from the ynired States. v

i He made the same point- in an Oct. 15 address" to
tne.Chamber of Commerce, but manv of tb Vnintc' k

sought to make1 on, that occasion went forgotten amid1
political, press-an radio uproar claiming that h ad advocated
vocated advocated breaching the 1955 Renwn-Eisenhower treaty in
sayina that if. PanamA AA Ant nmlit

needed in the Zone V what did
got frmltd

.wtwi; .wti9iwii aiifju tares rnar Tne xone SROUId
make its purchases either in Panama of thl United Sfates
if feasible. -.
It IrX er uproflr' whicn '"eluded proposals that
the US, be haled -Before the World Coart or the United
Nations for non-complicance with, the treaty Potter ob-
"rXe-?nlqt his efforts f0 establisK a friendly approach
in CZ-RP economic5 relations "seem to be getting lost in
an argument on controversies at the. government level,"

The, chamber ot Commerce
oKeamen saia ioaay mat meet-
nigs between C.2. ofiiciai. and
Industrialists were part of the.
original plan when they invited
Potter to address a group of
Panama s businessnen.
Thewave of public criticism
following hig address stalled the
plan, but there have since been
meetings between Supply and
Service Bureau officials and cer certain
tain certain Panamanian, businessmen.
Supply Division '.manager
John J. Barton is on record as
proposing meetings every two
weeks between Panama busi businessmen;
nessmen; businessmen; and Supply -Division
officials on the subject ''What
can we do to help you in busi business?
ness? business? V, -1
Sin6e Barton assumed his post
about four months ago he has
initiated regular weekly panel
meetings attended by Canal
buyers to which Panama busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen can. bring samples of
what they have to sell.
Potter said last night he was
particularly Interested in buy buying
ing buying fresh vegetables from Pan Pan-':
': Pan-': ama. He said the Zone still im imported
ported imported great quantities of ve vegetables
getables vegetables front Costa Rica. "If
they Could be produced In
Panama, I think we should get
them fresher and possibly at a
lesser pricebut that is some something
thing something else again," be added.
There were complaints from Ci Civic
vic Civic Council members about the
quality of Christmas trep. sent
to the Zone. from the States.
Potter said: "I am going to
continue my Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce talk and say ..that
Christmas trees could be raised
In huge volume in Chlriqul. I
want to tell Panama business businessmen
men businessmen they hare a captive mar market
ket market here for Christmas trees. I
offer the selling of thli prod product
uct product to the businessmen of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. It is a major operation
getting our treea down from
the Stales."
He added with a grin: "Why,
we might even go to Costa Rica
for our Christmas trees.",
The Governor announced that
bids -are, being, advertised this
week for the -first five housing
units at La Boca. These will re replace
place replace the houses being removed
to make way for the new bridge
It wa announced that the
consumer price Index for, No November
vember November had risen by three tenths
of a per cent. Medical Items had
fallen slightly owing to a drop
in the price of penicillin but
food had risen by four tenths of
one per cent Food prices, how-
ac-lever, were
stiu 2xl per cent ot
j those in the UA,

" vy"...';...:'."
eetpgs u

re-statemenf of his pledge
trade between Panama and
. t, w
the standards HemnnHf kv

it matter. vhr JhejtonrC

Potter announced that GovT
ernmen employes, can now
nave air-conditiontng in their

work places just by asking for
, Itand paying ,for it.
He saia this wa8 the system
applied in Washington, The em-' P-'
pioye muotbuy i tne air condi conditioner
tioner conditioner ancf thej government
would provide the-space and th;,, th;,,-power.
power. th;,,-power. j ti. j r

lack of toilet facllitiM at n,w
railroad station 'and poor food
and service at the Cristobal
Service center. The ,rn-itnh,i
commissary also mmi mi.
for allegedly, small stocks of
ciotnmg for Both sexes. v
Potter promised that iiirr
would, move into e new Coco
Solo High School next year. He
said however, Jhat all of the
ouuamg wouiamot fee1 completed
"But they will' move In nev nev-ertheless,"
ertheless," nev-ertheless," be Added, "'unless
you parents in you wisdom wisdom-decide
decide wisdom-decide they, would be better ta
stay In the Cristobal school for
a few more months until the
building is completed." ... 3
Bids for the construction t
the new school would be opened
Dec. 29 and the- cost will ba a-
round $2 million.
a if
yivic councillors
Santa C. Potter
V., 4.

Go Climb A Tree:)
The Spirit of Chrlstmarar Chrlstmarar-rlved
rlved Chrlstmarar-rlved on tbe Isthmus laat
night, and the -first grouses,
about the festive season were were-bandied
bandied were-bandied about. "A The subjeat subjeat-was
was subjeat-was Christmas irees and the the-occasion
occasion the-occasion was Governor Pot-:
ter n Civic Council mtetint; at ;
Paeifle Clvle Councillor Con Connie
nie Connie W. Chase said he was
glad to note that treetwere'
to be graded into different
prices this year. Ho presum presumed
ed presumed for S3 there would be
branches on' three Sides of
the tree, for St branches on
two aides of the tree and; tor
$1 you would get stick.
Potter' said the best thing
was te bay two trees and jut
them together te : make one
reasonable one.. ,. t '
Chase, however, bad a- tif
ferent system. He said if
there were branches on two
, aides he stood th tree
gainst the wall; if onlr one
. aide he stood the tree in the
1 eeraet
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Mentirr af latter writart h faeM in tit eanfilnea.
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' ' ;Sir:
Z'." .'.i.u ;m Tk

"i lour "corporation" why commodity
j f:?t. .i..-.

f &m pat answer. He did state that accounting procedures were
revised to show profits for the Service Centers on certain items
Hhrhirk hari Wn lnsins monev before. It's as simple as that.

I Page J of the new booklet, "The Panama Canal, put out by
i "the corporation" for the edification of all us ignorant ones states,
if 'The Canal Zone Government functions as an independent gov-

! i Jit ernmeni AKeni'v . xi raionm'iut

V f v hd slate governments.:. The Panama Canal Company operates as tkaf.-niir..' "imrmtl

- -if mat mis so cauea guvriuiiiem-tuij""u" r

4flP wiUHjjit any say so or recourse by
w vt'w 11 pAmmiinicf eta to

o5-; There is a difference though. We can still come and go as we
:t 3S?4ike. Especially go. It seems to be the policy of the "corporation
umiroM fin nrnffiinr of nrpdeoessors from eetting any pOsi-

firm bv imoortance. The idea is
litrd core of emDloves must go
f'-wMch evidently holds the reins
' Tha niftnr in tha rundr -of
tnm nn tha Anrnn wa rvnlt.inff.

ney? Well I'll tell you whose money. The money the "corporation"
. gets whenever we get a raise or whenever the accounts need a lit little
tle little juggling for any expense whatever. We are the only Civil. Ser Ser-i
i Ser-i vice people of the United States Government who pay for our own
"free" transportation every two years and our own retirement
through our own benevolent "corporation" commissaries. And rent.
Xnd electricitv. And by any other charges which can seemingly
'lefally be collected by our "city, county and state" corporation.

The jerk who wrote about tne empty seais at uie samoa ineaier
' the other day must be one of the clique on the Hill who is so much
- on the insido that he can't see beyond his own well cared for hedge.
J lit nenna hire nur own eardeners Or do it ourselves. The oldtimers

jMjpwn here have entertained the Roosevelt Medal holders in our own
' Way without all the hollow fanfare, pid the "corporation" explain
,' to the Medal holders that they are automatically-kicked out now now-tdays
tdays now-tdays at the expiration of their service, that they have no commis-

- ; aary privileges, that they were banned (not now) from receiving
mail in the Zone, that they have no free entry' privilege, that they
afe unwanted by the new race of government by clique who know
v nothing of how this Canal grew to its present stature? Not
" These Medal holders' helped make news for a week and were
Useful for the purpose of helping publicize Teddy Roosevelt's hun-
aJaftlla a, n m aMa. a. Y a .ak t tUatM nnm konla mt a'rMr Akr titnal

ut. -.11 tu. ..rA
get. little consideration..

v rantmanian inenas Know mis, ana: kdow idh a nui nuninx any-
Y-to. '' :
' V The sad part of aU this is that we have a semi nucleus of assist assistant
ant assistant s ycophlots who bask in f he reflected glorv of this government government-opointed
opointed government-opointed master- race, accepting any crumbs handed out. and above
all associating with thm by going to the exclusive elite parties.
This Is the way inside information is passed on down to the boys
if you're in, man:
If some of these parties are paid for by commissary profits, all
i- the better. In TV Roosevelt's day and untilhe present regime there
v were no psuedo elite class cliques such as We have now on the Pan Pan-l
l Pan-l rtma Canal. V
.f, City, county and state government?' Without vote. Without any
- representation. By a bunch of appointed experts. Ask any Panaman Panaman-w
w Panaman-w Jan businessman what he thinks about Panama Canal juggling of

ttr-..aiA.vuuis ,u aiiuvv vvueicvci iu ia

"Government bv Publicity"

j;? "it Let some of these New Blood experts stay around and find out
v., v hy this Canal really runs instead of making excuses to go to the
'atik States all the time for orientation and further knowledge while their
, assistants who know the work carry on without them After we get
' ... all this New Blood down here with their so-called know how. what
will happen to their sons and daughters after, they grow up in this
.... environment? Will we get some New Blood again?
This sounds like a lot of invective. It is only what many serious
Zonians are thinking. The pendulum swings back and forth through
i i the years and the present situation will eventually be righted But
j it is so hard to wait.
I -i John Zonian.


Under the present setup it would appear that stock in
gonje of the local monopolies, now much In demand, will not be
too hard 1o secure. !i-
While on the subject of the difficulty or otherwise of secur securing
ing securing sue hstock I recall that one generai secured stock In the
eement outfit during the war when he put Its plant on the Ar Army
my Army telephone line. He was. Investigated and cleared. The stock
proved a line investment, as I happened ti)elK;--letter author authorizing
izing authorizing Its sale after the stockholder was back in dear old Florida.
William Worker



"A Parkman" (Mall Box, Nov. 25) is Just trying to ease his
conscience in regard to the truths brought forth by "Hard
Working Citizen" (Mail Box, Nov. 22). A Parkman'? knows Just
as well as I do that there are a lot of Smart Alecs who like to
be noticed, to show off, and to receive praise and consratula consratula-tions
tions consratula-tions for thing they never did take an active part in. This was
the essence of "Hard Working Citizen's" letter.
If "A Parkman" also is deserving of credit, faith will reward
htm in due season.


These museum folks, they she' is grand
A-spendln' all that dough
To show, us how the Injuns lived
A hundred years ago.
And aint that little critter cute?
They calls It Cuna culture.
It may be art to you. mv friend,
To me, s'more like a vulture.
I don't begrudge the finer things
But don't it seem right sad
To glorify the long-dead ones
When livin' Is so bad?
lis black folks here, we sweat and strain,
Put never tts nowhere.
Our bellie. may be empty.
But the Cuna hall aint bare.
t hopes a hundred years from now
The Guilds a hall lor me.
A pretty J'Ouse ;wlth water,
a atall for decency, ,.i. :
v mi-ht put In soma mwiiyV -""me
bred. tprh". a cow
t h-r);- tve r-q it. 'then, O Lord,
I fhrf don't have it now.


IS 00
24 00
It 50
r rubers f Tke ruumi American.
are it a wttlly eeafialaiiriai
ka invariant if if miii h
arrfer rtceiv.
ftatara askprl the chief Of
prices were automatically raised
H hi rnrnnrstj advisors didn t
........- .
fimctioris The only thing left out
tne people rurea son oi m.
to get new mooa. ine oia iojbi
to make way for the new clique
now. Witness Ridge Row.
nna nf niir neW'BiS Shots entertain-
"He entertained. With whose mo
f riAtM t.r
ucoucu iu onun a mini iiiai, it to
Easy To Understand

Labor News

The miracle of many miles of
su our ban shopping areas is thai
tnousauus oi mile store ana plant
owners sua sieep calmly them
m2nLS dreaming oi jingling cash
ireister uespae the uewl
we.rdest twm in labor, goonery
I Xhe tranquillity 01 tnese Sinail
businessmen is not for long. 'Into
are uie targets' of musue ,nea
Who right mis minute are orga organizing
nizing organizing iivaie laoor tederaiions 01
their own.
Mowiy tnese networks, employing
"organizers" whose recoros are
as criminal as uieir ialuls, s
pusiiuig northwaru lrum iew YorK
imo istw Kngianu anu westwaru
tnrouan the surourbia of the land.
mtae are pnvaie "union" net networks
works networks oui so useless are me ca cation
tion cation s laws tnat tnese "laoor ieu ieu-erations
erations ieu-erations are entitlep. to toe lull
protecuon oi tne U.a. Labor Dept.
and the National Laoor iielations
Boaru. It's awesome. But it s
mere is lor example, a con convicted
victed convicted laoor exloruouiSL by me
name oi Louis Lasxy, who laugiil
tne trace to his oue-uuie comrade-in-arms
Johnny Dio. Wnen
one of Lasky's "orkamzeis," was
shot and killed by a besieged coi
poration executive in Lnesier, -n.
X. the other day it was learned
that Lasxy ran 30 or 4u pnvace u u-nions.
nions. u-nions. Wnat haa Hot. been reported is
that La sky also operates an out outfit
fit outfit called the "easLern Males re regional
gional regional Council.".-Of. what? Of
something called the National In Independent
dependent Independent Union Council which
lists its headquarters in Wasmng Wasmng-ton,
ton, Wasmng-ton, D.C.
In Washington you are told Uiut
the national headquarters is in
Des Moines, Iowa. Ine iNiUC pub publishes
lishes publishes a newspaper and its publi publication
cation publication office is in Waterloo Wis.
Its general business office is in
I know little and government
agencies know little aooul tins
National Indeoendent Union Coun
cil. We do know that it nas char
tered Lasky's labor enterprise.
There is no reason to believe that
the National Independent Union
Council knows anything more a a-bout
bout a-bout the Lasky network than the
fact that he has issued a charter
for his "Eastern States Regional
Council." But in the National in
dependent Labor Journal," Novem November
ber November '58 edition, there is a story on
page six about Lasky's council
which says in part:
"This council is extending its
lowrntioD of orsamuDg
to plants
Labor Insurance Trust Fund will
be extended to all affiliated u u-nions.
nions. u-nions. ,
"Louis Lasky "will continue as
director and trustee administrator
and has set up one of the best
plans of its kind in the country.
Director Lasky, who is consider considered
ed considered to be tops in the labor move movement
ment movement in organizing the unorganiz
ed, will' send out organizers and
will organize on one of the biggest
scales ever seen here in the east.
Locals are already being chartsr chartsr-ed
ed chartsr-ed in Massachusetts, Connecticut,
New Jersey and throughout New
York State."
All of which proves that under
our laws anybody can set up a
union in any field like opening a
candy store.' A, check with sever several
al several stale capitals -reveals .that all
you need to do is print the parch parchment
ment parchment charter. There are no. sta
tues requiring state approval or
even registry of the union sea'.
Then to qualify under the Fed
eral Taft-Hartley Law, the so-call
ed labor organization's officials
need only file an afidavit stating
they are not Communists, the u-
nion constitution and a financial
statemet with the U:S Dept. of
Labor. Under the law, this De
partment' acts only as-a reposito
ry, it receives the statements. It
stamps them.. It returns a card
as a receipt for the material.
This card looks very official.
The boys then take it around" the
countryside as "evidence" that the
private "union" it officially ap
proved. The Labor Dept. as well
as the National Labor Relations
Board, Is forced to honor the
Thus these unions can move in
on small shops or factories and
by signing up a few workers can
force a contract out of the em.
ployer. And the boys have moved
in on everything irom Pentagon
missile equipment to barber shoos.
They have even set up a transpor
tation union.
Maybe this will move the public
into clamoring for new laws.
GTASGOW Scotland (UPI)
The Navy yesterday investigated
an explosion and fire aboard the
Rorqual, its newest submarine.
The explosion ad fire Sunday
seriously injured two seamen and
battery acid fumes overcame five
Mhars. Two weeks ago, the sur surfacing
facing surfacing gear failed to function
orooerlv in a 500-foot training
dive. The Rorqual was commis commissioned
sioned commissioned a month ago.


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Let Him
Perhaps you could call mi; a
man of testy temper, but I boiled
slightly over the grounds when
Dr. Charles Malik, President of
the United Nations General As
sembly and former foreign minis
ter of Lebanoncalmly suggested
the other day that the United
States pull a tarpaulin muster
and dig up enough dough to give
the proposed Aswan Dam project
to the Egyptians as a gift.
The tab on this little piece of
baksheesh, Insh' Allah, would on
ly be one billion, three hundred
milion dollars ($1,300,000,000) Rh Rh-mat
mat Rh-mat Allah!
'i The Aswan Dam has been used
as a handy' excuse since 1955 for
the good Colonel Nasser and his
cohorts to turn the Middle East
into a fine kettle of confusion.'
rjJVes offered. In ,4955, to finance
la part of the cost of the dam, and
waen we wuwtrtw in oner, pas

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dfawjrfw HZsisih ahdm
v.. v
ntirely rebuilt recently, by contract, to the
highest bidder, at a rental basis fee of not less
than $600.00 per month. Bids will be received
at our main office, P. 0. Box 536, Panama, not
later than 12 noon, December 1st, 1958.
This Company reserves the light to reject
any or all bids, should we deem it '.onvenient.
The Beer Garden will be place in charge ot
the new tenant December 15, 1958.
Distribuidora Comercial, S. A.

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Build His Own Dam

ser nationalized the Suez Canal,
and a young war started waen
the Israelis, Britain and France
lowered the boom on Nasser. In Instead
stead Instead of letting the people kill
their own shakes, we shoved our
face into the breach and called
olf the-wardogs wnen tney naa n
made. ,y; .... i
Out of this little intervention we
achieved four new enemies Is
rael, France, Br tain, and Egypt
the last-named a country which
admirably knows how to bite a
feeding hand.
Malik, whos country, Lebanon,
is kind of lost in the Middle East Eastern
ern Eastern mess, advances th theory
that .Russia's offer to pony up t 4
hundred million .bucks r to begin
construction on the dam was u"un:
doubtedly t Very' important factor
in: th.;pdUtieHyiUtukB.
MiddlaiEiit!: hut Ke also Udded
and "(he Wjest'i ; poiltio vis f not
Only 2.00
from LA MERCED Church
it, !-330i .', -.

unrtdeemabll. ftink" that's jol

iy decent ot; tne -doctor.
I wonder Precisely how long
people (foreign people) will conti
nue to beg handouts irom the al
ready oppressed masses of Amer
ican taxpayers, -accenting tne mon
ey wmie damning dollar diploma
cy at the top of their lungs, curs
ing the Americans at imperialists,
complaining -because the dole is
hot bigger, and finally defecting
to me nrst enemy who will up
the '.aate?;.';:.-;v
it mu .;b1 arnaiv. citizen of
HlcksviUeV Mb atill eherlahcS the
ide that jinyBody abroad really
wyes us- or our unarming selves,
our'kipanesSj-courtesy and gener gener-osity,
osity, gener-osity, .., :;;'; .. .; .
By our very generosity not en entirely
tirely entirely unmixed witli supposed pr c c-tieality
tieality c-tieality we have earned the' nine
hatred4ht attj' giver inspires in.
IheWeast of the ; borrower. fitwh
come yo aon.i gimme no morer
What have you idone for me re recently?
cently? recently? These f ir twd of the
cliches Which we have managed
, .'And,? fiaallyjf; .ybu -don't shake
out some- more : dough we'll go
play with tta; RdsSiahs.-
The United Arab Republic right
now has worked at murder of na nations
tions nations and people about as heavi heavily
ly heavily and viciously as any dictator dictatorship
ship dictatorship in my memory. The hearty
hatred of the West is evident in
every blood-curdling broadcast of
the Cairo Radio, which is running
u own jinaa several times daily,
and screaming "Kill! Kill! Kill:''
Bioiner passer, aided py nis
chums in Russia, has turned the
Middle East into a stinking stew.'
pot-of blood and connivance, and
the only thing that will eventual eventually
ly eventually settle his grandiose ideas is lor
somebody to slan him down. Ann.
the way things shape now, slap
ping aown iasser means the nec necessity:
essity: necessity: of getting Into a large ar
gument with Kussia.
Buying him I am not
of Egypt, but the man;, who runs
it a billion-dollar dam ls not
going' to make us any more be beloved
loved beloved in those parts,- We- are
Still RoUmis, unbelievinir d 0 g s,
whether we buy 4 dam or don't
buy a dam.
' A free fiift of tha Aawan uinnM
accomplish two thines:
luriper oepiete our already thrcad thrcad-barf
barf thrcad-barf treasury, and give .Nasser
an added potential for war- and
Intrigue, plus a fresh bargaining
posit-on with the Russians.
Possibly Egypt needs the Aswan
Dam. Egypt has been doings o
wen lately, in its various Sxtiipi
around the East, that it seems ab ab-surb
surb ab-surb to think that a man: of
aer's talents can't build such ,.i
simpie mine as a dam. .. -...V-"
Let him build his own" damned
dam. Ml probably be blown up
somedal, anyway. f' 1
Young Jap Loyers;
'XiPEi (UJPI) -iigiited
romance ended yesterday -with the
suicide of a Japanese Romeo and
the near-death of his Juliet. 1 :
j; When Huang Chang-fDS 27, pro proposed,
posed, proposed, to Pai Chu-tzej .'19 her
mother forbade the marriage.
Thereupon, : Hung attempted to
strangle Pai withf hi necktie, hold hold-tog
tog hold-tog it tight until 'he thought she
WMt'ded,--' I..
Thenif hi yft;to Nearby railroad
tracks and Jay ddwn inthe path
ef an onrushlng fprM. PM r
-cevered. .'. 1 -4.. S
. When: she leariied f!.'!ttushg,s
suicide, she swallowed poison.
PhVsieians 'saved her life.'
-The English translation of her
lovef's; Bsme' is: 'lonr bappi-
PHILADELPHIA (UPI)i A merg merger
er merger of Su.n Ray Drug Co. "and Con
solidated Retail Stores' Ine,;-'prpb
ably through an ; exchange of
Stock,, will be voted on by dlrtc-



rlERRY- Go RouriD
' t, DI1BW PDAn.ON "Cl-:.

' WASHINGTON -This writer re recently,
cently, recently, co-authored a book -entitled
"USA-aecond-Class Pewer?" L
the book were being writ.en al of
mis monm, another chapter wouiai
r aaaed paying trlbuu to the en
thusiasm icealisnr, and generosi
ty ox American youth. :They may
be America's best, a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst becoming a second class
If the Russians think that A A-mericaa
mericaa A-mericaa youth Uolely engrossed
in rock-'n'-roll, foo baD, and baton-twirling,
thev, should read the
letters that Tuve been, pouring- in
to' me with money for the rebuild rebuilding
ing rebuilding of the Clinton, ,Tenn., School
House. -. i t
They make you realize that A A-merican
merican A-merican youth takes its 'responsi 'responsibilities
bilities 'responsibilities -seriously. The question of
school integration is not an issue.,
Many contributions come from
southern schools. Chiefly children
want to,telpo'iierr.-y--'.,'.-.-;t-i
Here is a? cross-section of 4he
nail: '-.'M'.'-ix--"--
Tekuji Ono, KaUua High School,
Honolulu y Although we are not
as close as Alabama or North Ca
rolins, we consider ourselves your
neighbors and are happy to help
In your 4ime of trouble."
- '''. V-; ;'. -A-?- '- f:,i";-r
Troon n, Rocky Mount,? N.C-
It is not of, en .that I have seen
such: enthusiastic response toany
project. The: enclosed csshiers
check represents 'one soft drink
per boy, which Pearson mention,
ed, to build a new school, It was
a 100 percent gesture from- the
boys. It is also wi ness to the con conclusion
clusion conclusion that violence is not ,the
satisfactory solution to any prob prob-lem.,'
lem.,' prob-lem.,' A small" contribution but
from the hearts of children."
Delmas OUlv Central City Pub Public,
lic, Public, Schools Kentucky-"Thei facul faculty
ty faculty and students of Central City
B.niAr Junior Hicrh school of
Central Citv.. Ky .. would like to
extend our hearlfelt ; symphathy.
We would like to hafve a small
part in rebuilding the Clinton
school. So we are enclosing a
check for, $43.30 as a contribution
from 433. students." ,;
Student Council Fulton High
School, (FultoiL, N.Y; "We the
student body of Fulton High would
like to contribute $25 to the
pair, of the Southern synagogue
that was' recently bombed and al
soi$25 to- the recently, bombed
school at Clinton, ienn. we wouia
Uke people to know that modern
youth .is aware of ana interestea
in everyday life. We, believe that
owhen people put Asida difter-i
incti ot'j;eligoH: and. race vane! ? ?-5ept
5ept ?-5ept people as they are will there
be a united country. How can we
have a world of peace if there is
such strife within our own coun
Union High school, COIton, Cal
if. "The Students body at' Col-
ton Union High had 'a 'Brick For
Clinton High' sale on Oct. 23' in
which we sold $216.58 worth of
'bricks.' The campaign was sug suggested
gested suggested by our student body presi
dent, Ken Hubbs. He read your
article suggesling the sale and
presented it to the student coun
cil. All agreed this would te more
than worthwhile. Our district su
P'"intendent, Donald H. Mcintosh,
was very helpful with the sale."
Charles Jordan, Director of Ac
tivities. ;
' Some schools have suffer from
red tape. When the childre., of A A-lice
lice A-lice r Junior High School in
Wa! V ion, D. C,,' started to buy
"Frie. .ship Bricks" for the Clin Clin-ton
ton Clin-ton schooli they were stopped by
higher-ups plus the -usual red tape
of Washing on. Andy Levy, presi president
dent president of the student council, took
the matter uo with his council
Which OK'd it. unanimously.
Then red tape 'reared; its ugly
head. The School Board is bound
by a law passed by Congress that
no solicitation of funds can, be
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maaa in a ,D.n: rhrvd Bvithuit
. a nsvuvuaa
tT(MAa 'aHMaanal al t .
Education at i .atatad
wiu will uvi l iH" tnm nnarn nx
vSo while schools 1 all over the
nation were contributing generous-
ly to rebuild the Clin on School
Hmisa: tha anhrtnU in thm n:nMa
capital, supposed!,, tp jet an exam- f
pie to the nation, were hamjrunf
by red' tape.' ?t i -..-...
Most the contributions were
received before the second" school
was blown Vnp at Osage. W.Va.
TLe Osage school carriei 1 about
$91,000, o Ihsuraflce and.. will cost
, wmwm m uiv uiuvu a
about 8200,000 to "; rebuild. The
Clin on school carried about $70, $70,-000
000 $70,-000 in insurance and will cost a a-bout
bout a-bout 8250,000 to tebiuld. v i s4,
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. Fortunately ;thei Atlanta syna-
Poeim VII rnmnlaialv-rnvarari ha,
lnsurance.-sMoney-received for1 it
is being put into a fund to oiier
a standing reward for the anor.
hension of, those- :Who blow up
schools or macei of worshlD.
Some of the most tteneroui eon.
tributions have come from Negro
organizations.' iney nave been ac
cepied ;w. tnauinton e n so l
Board as long as no strings,-art
attached. On contribution ta a.
tablish a Negro scholarship was
re-urned on the ground that there
could be no favoritism either ior
i,ilf alSft.'av ejjro-.4.::.'
In Detroit Frank Seymour, man manager
ager manager of WCHB, ia radio station o-
Serated byegroei;with a Negra
stening audience,' staged a pun pun-He
He pun-He drive to help rebuild the Clin Clinton
ton Clinton l school and collected 81900.
This has been the largest single
vhuuuvu V a i- ilil J IU'
versity Choir in Nashville sent
$100 with this message: "The 100
voices ; of .- Fish University ; Choir
are .enclosing contribution to toward
ward toward .'Bricks of Brotherhood' t
b used inebuilding the-Clintoa
high school.,V,v.;!Howard, Univer Univer-sity
sity Univer-sity in; Washing on, largest Negro
college, sem $500, .Jhe Lomas
Zion African Methodist $ u n d a j
school in Arlinton, Va..sent $2.-17.'-.-"
.' THe Iverage contribution wai
not been large; But it has bees
from the heart.
The fact that" donations' have not
"been .large means that a greatei
number of Americans are thinkini
and working against bombs of bl
:: r ,,
i And the more public opinion li
mobilized against bombs of bigo
try the -more pause- to fh- hate
mongers who touch, them off.
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The very .largeness "of land
mass of Asia produces more
extremes fn climate than any
where else in the world. "The
heart of Asia is almost 3,000,
mile from any ocean. The;
coldest permanently, inhabited
pot is Verkhoyansk In, Si
beria. Some of the hottest sur
face temperatures' Have; been been-recorded
recorded been-recorded near Aden ;in the
Arabian peninsula. Much of
southern and southeastern
Asia; suiters from, tod much
rainfall while ether areas auf
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iVAMr, Nov. 25 (UPlJEasteriir

j Mednwhil. another major -strike; againt National Airli'n'f wa-ntvd almo$t-on

National ? officials jraached ar ajff eanient late :yesfrday With th teraiuonat Associatifiii of Machinists (1AM)

r that-would .run until iOct ii1960"Deta1ls of the agreement

1f :? In "a! surprise movv asieinfileda.five million .dbllaidam'ageysvlfiisarqst. striking
:' mlniondollars''iorleach 'day Ithe 'strike'continuesf -T'nlt r :' '(if if'

The airline Hsfcea tne rcaerw

il- district Court .here to order the

Flight Engineers International
; Assn(FElA)-back to work. r
The company also requested
that the court order engineers
to agree to take flight training;
j for service' en the new' Jet.irv
-, jiners.VrV't t-v'- m'm
- The suit was to be.arguea oe
"fore Federal District, Judge Eiii-
C.;Choate. i jt v:-f:;.--
, Jack Robertson,' prewaenT 01
Eastern's FEIA groups, Said ; the
i Snit was -"completely .: unbound-'
ed," and predicted It would be
.quickly, rejected by the courts.-
, litigation In court is no- waV
tj settlethe matter,' Robertson
: laid. .i!l,-iJ.iSi.
Eastern's flight engineers went
on strike-at 10 a.m; Monday and

Bpsallowed J ii Mannf At ConYiction

Washington (UPi.)-The su-
ortme' Court bat stxucK a oiow
for familv:Deace .in an extraordi
nary ruling -paying tribute ,to the
"instincts : of centuries.? ; :v
, The ruifljg invblyta a girl rom
Dogpatch (Ark.,) and profession
also? dating back a-, number ,of
.centuriesl-'i",-;-,.." :
..It came." about because
.fame Clifton Hawkins was con-
.victed in Tulsa, Okla.. on cbarges;
m iransporung it -y eat-uiu mub
Faye Moudy from Dogwatch,
Ark.,t. to Tulsa, rf 1955 for immor immoral
al immoral purposes, Lola Faye bad been
working in a tavern near a dance
hall .owned bv Hawkins.
, Testimony ; in the case showed
Bawkms' wife, from whom; he
.was separated but not diwrced,
Instructed Lola J"a'ye M bow tp
.'get dates. "a
1 tHiti
.'tekalif: Maine'ttJPB-A iob-
3esa carpenter;' apparently dis-jtrifght-,by.amay.
illnesses, ham-,Je'W5djalwl-tno
aaugnier. to peain i,toaay-
"I couldn't standee pressure

, Hussll Wolcott MosesK.65,i told po

Moses, described" bv" authorities
as "ver mtelligeii'Vwras' arrest arrested
ed arrested on double murder dharges and

tried to plead guilty ; at his ar
. raienment. i.i- ? '" r

However, Muriicipal Judge Sid-
ney JVernick ordered him to lAead
iruoea andi;-lreld1'5'hiiri without

' bail''- ,v
L, Moses himself partially blind,

admitted be, killed, his, 55-year-old
, wife AlLou finU .tbeir daughter,'
Frances, 36,. who suffered from
; cerebral palsy.. Police jaid be, had

oeea uoaer a aocior i care tor a
eryotis. condition,
Moses was quoted as saying he
, arose about 5 a.m. feeling 4,nerv 4,nerv-ous
ous 4,nerv-ous andyupset.". He said he went
to a woodshed at. the rear' of the
home and jgot a hammer.
Moses; said he went to his wife's
bedroom where she was asleeo

. rfand hitJier. on the left temple. She

. acremea ana leu ro we, iioor,
and he" hit her several times,
-Moses said. Vv" i '.'
He said he then" walked to his
daughter's room and struck her
several times on the, head. Then
he wenf to the" home of mortician
Robert Dolby and told- him his
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in Marino, Italynear Rome."" -s-

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craft "mechanics of the Interna
fional Association' of Machinists
The' twln strikes ouickly shut
down the' big airlines: lucrative
operatibns.v 1fl
Eastern officials reported that
onlv 500 of its 7000 personnel in.
Miami would be working tonight
as a result "of the strikes. ;.
4 The flight engineers dispute,
iirewin for more than a year,
fr hinges on the qualifications of
the third man in tne crew a-,
board aU jet aircraft, fastem
expects to put its first Jet pas passenger
senger passenger planes,; DC8'v to ?
11' Airline- said it' '''considers
essential' 1at the third cockpit
cfewmeiribcr aboard-jet passen passenger
ger passenger planes .be" trained5 pilot and
has oiierea 10 give me iugm. cu.
glneers.pilpt training.
; Unfortunately for the. erstwhile
husband, the wife turned state's
evidence and testified against
him. Among other things she con
fessed she- herself was a prosti
tute botb 'before and after tneir
"marriage.' '1' "
Hawkins' wagf eonvincted of vio
lating thef Mann Ai; which for for-bids
bids for-bids transportation of women
across state lines for ? immoral
nurnoses. But the Supreme Court
nullified 'his' conviction' yesterday
on grounds a wife cannot testily
against her husband. He now goes
' The 'court's opinion, written by
Justice Hugo L. Black, noted that
the rule against testimony by a
sdousp in a criminal case sprang
from commonlaw based on "the
persistent instincts of several cea
tunes." 1
Black said this rule "might be
modified some day if reason and
experience dictate but the court
wouia not oisiurp, n ; pow.t ;
He pointed out that a nusbana
.jmiloruier Taefl:.hKws
, ''The basic- ressoh .the, law has
reiusep iq. pii wue am-1
band or husband against wife in
trial where life or liberty b at
stake twasj a. belief that such a
policy ia neceXsary to foster fam family
ily family peape, not,only for the Oenefit
of husband, wife and children, but
for the-; benefit of the, public as
"Such -a, belief has never been
unreasonable and is not now."
From1 Study Course
At Fort Bel voir
Clayton J. Murnhv. chief of the
manpower divisiop, U.S. Army
Caribbeslif G-i'Seetion. has return
ed from a three-week course of
study at lhe U.S. Army Manage Management
ment Management School Fort- Belvoir, Va.
The school is a semce-administ-
ered institute for senior officers of
the Army and selected civilians in
responsible' Department of the Ar Army,
my, Army, positions. The course empha emphasizes
sizes emphasizes learning through exchange
of idea's and Wnerieiwpfe nH is
patterned closely after Harvard
University's advanced hf a n a g e-
meni program.
LJUBLJANA; .Yugoslavia (UPI)
President Titb Sunday -inaugurated,
an 80-mile section of a
modern' highway- "which- will- cut
across Yugoslavia from the Ital Italian
ian Italian border io the Greek frontier,
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or .wife por may testify tor eacn


!wereo b announced sJater
The !eneineerhavA contended
tnat such ., requirement, was a
move cm the. part, of the larger
Airline.'; J?Hots Assn, to swallow
up the engineers' union,,.' ,4 1 1
r :Meanwhheihe Air Line
lots Association bowed : to
, federal' court order and order ordered
ed ordered pilots ol American Airlines
tto disregard a strike deadline
and continue flying. :
I .. h J. d
' The ALPA acUon .Jialted-a
walkout of Hfil pilots of Ameri American
can American Airlines, whifih hart hann cef
iorone minute before Jnidnlght
. Air-travel was already, CMppied
strikes -which, grounded Eastern
for the Thankseivinfir holldav hv
Airlines and Trans-World- air-
About one third .of. the na nation's
tion's nation's domestic airliners 600
.planes have been grounded
because of walkouts in the aid
The strike aealnst American!
would have left only one of the
couniry-s lour major air carriers,
United Air Lines, still In the air.
The ALPA had proceeded with
plans to launch, the pilots' itrike
against American despite a" tem temporary
porary temporary restraining order barrinr
a strike that was issued in New.
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the ev of the-busy Thanktzivinff Day holiday.

flight engineers
and asked
York by Federal Judge Frederick
Bryan Monday- mgnt.; f"s".
C. N. Sayen, ALPA .presldenii,
said the eourt Order "has i-not s
yet been effectively ? seryed. 'in
the associationi and ithereils
questioij whether the action? has
been orc-Derlv brought fe lH
But -sayen said thatf out -bfl
respect''for the processes of. the
federal courts, the ALPHA would
"adhereto the order' and re request
quest request American Alrliiies pilots to
do likewise,. .;f.
Sayen Padded the tALpK iloes
not "believe there is ahy;bteis''
for the Action of AmericaftAir AmericaftAir-lines
lines AmericaftAir-lines In seeking the restraining
order. ?"'
Meanwhile. Leverettf tEdwafds,
chairman of the National Med Mediation
iation Mediation Board, had waited In a
Chicago hotel room; hopeful of
arranging a, last-minute agree
ment between the airline ana
its pilots.: 1
. ; The pilots authorized a strike
against American to back de
mands that a third pilot be as assigned
signed assigned to the cockpits of airlin
ers instead of a flight engineer.
American retorted ; that it
has of fered senior pilots, a $2 V
704 annual wage for piloting
turbine propeller planes and
$27,650 f or ilying jet crafts.
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J,udge Bryan's -order directed
tin ? pilots' to postpone their
strike untU Friday, when attor-r
neys for the opnoslne sides were
to appear before him.
The Eastern and TWA strikes
already had air terminal, in
cdhfusionMallroads nlannins to
put on extra equipment, and the
inqepenoent Airlines Association
offering Jn Washington to pro-
iuui to ease tne tieup.
Other air:trike developments
? A-"
Fears at Eastern'R heo
ters jh Miami that the strike of
550 flight -engineers and 5383
mecnamca would last u n t i 1
Christmas and that Florida's
rich winter .tourist trade would
suiier; Although Eastern ppeN
atesti;l03 airports serving 123
cities, Fldridaiwas exDected t.n h.
burtJnbstiby the walkout. When
me siriKe came, Eastern was
flying -140 trips dally in and out
of Miami. v
Estimates at TWA's Kansas
miy neaaquarters that the five-day-old
.strikeNof 6700 machin machinists
ists machinists would keep 30,000 persons
irom getung nome for Thanks Thanksgiving,
giving, Thanksgiving, i t
Efforts' at Indianapolis to
get some of the nation's prettiest
pickets the striking stewardess stewardesses
es stewardesses of Lake Central AiriineA
kiss and make up with the AL-1
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Taberl Confident
Demos Yori'l Go

'WatiHfWC'l'UN.-Noyr26 (UPI
Kept? John. Taberjs eonndent tne
new Democratic congress won't
go on a big spending spree
There is going to be a lot of
disaDDointment on the Dart of the
treasury raiders," the Neworkj
tiepuoucav saia loaay.
Taber is senior Reoublican and
former chairman of the House An-1
propnanons Committee and one
of the leaders of the congression
al ecnomy oioc.
He predicted many Democrats.
especially Southerners, will win
forces with Republican conserva-
nves in tne new congress in a oe oe-termined
termined oe-termined effort to -hold down
spending because thev are scared
ot tne heavy Demacratie majori majorities
ties majorities that, will control the new Con
TheSe Democrat, he laid, ire
frightened because they know a
congressional spending spree
would endanger both the economy
of the country and Democratic
cnances for winning the president
tial election in 1960.
Meanwhile, fresh evidence Aev,
eloper or concern by some Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic lawmakers over the onr.
rent record-high peacetime spend spending
ing spending by the treasury and the 12
Duuon aouar leaerai deficit in
prospect for the 12 months end
ing next June 30.
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Announcement has been made here of the' wedding of Miss
gaily Marcella Harrold, daughter of Lt. Gen. and Mrs. Thomas
L. Harrold, and William Nickisher Jr., ion of Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Nickisher Sr. of Balboa.
The -nuptial tows were exchanged Saturday in the post
chapel at Fort McNair with Chaplain Emmett Walsh officiating.

The bride wore gown of bou bouquet
quet bouquet taffeta, the bodice 'and skirt
(ineled with inserts of Chant illy
a.. Long, 4ce sleeves were point pointed
ed pointed at thwrists, and the aisle aisle-wide
wide aisle-wide skirt" draped into a chapel
train. Her veil of imported silk il illusion
lusion illusion was held in place by. a
matching headpiece, and she car carried
ried carried a cascade bouquet of white
General Harold escorted his
daughter to the altar,
Mrs. Rosemarie Kenealy, sister
of the bridegroom, served as ma matron
tron matron of honor, and Miss Mary Lib

ert and Miss Maria

bridesmaids. They were gowned

in emerald green taffeta, the
frocks fashioned with portrait neck
lines and ballerina skirts. Their
headpieces matched their dresses,
and they carried bouquets of autumn-colored
shaggy chrysanthem chrysanthemums.
ums. chrysanthemums. Miss Diane Boulger served as
flower, girl.

William de la Mater was

man, and groomsmen were Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Harrold and Raymond Nick Nickisher,
isher, Nickisher, brother of the bridegrqom.
Following the ceremony, a re re-ceDlion
ceDlion re-ceDlion was eivin at Fort McNair.

where Generaf, Harrold is servin?

as commandant of the National
War College.
The newlyweds wili make their
home in Diablo Heights. Mr. Nick Nick-ishr
ishr Nick-ishr is employed by the Panama
Canal Company.

Ambassador Harrington
Entertains Visiters
The Ambassador of the United

Girard were states in Panama Julian Fiske

Harrington was host today at a
reception honoring members of the
Hong Kong Trade Commission.

Colltg Club Announces ..,
Plans for Holiday Tta
The annual Christmas tea for
members and guests of the Canal
Zone College Club will be served
Monday afternoon at three o'clock

best at the Balboa USO-JWB.

D3 "0" D S LI
remind its members and members of other clubs in
the CANAL ZONE with reciprocal privileges of the
traditional THANKSGIVING DAY dinner that, they will
be serving from noon till closing. Prices $1.75 per
person with children's portions at half price.

Mrs., J. Bartley Smith is chair

man tor the holiday vent. i

The program following the tea

will feature music by concert pian
ist Pfc. Leo Juffer. :

All College Club members are

invited to attend with their guests
Garden Club Plans
"Old Year's" Dance

The management committee of

the Pat Morgan Garden Club has

announced that plans have been

completed for an 'Old Years

Night" dance. i
The semi-formal affair' is plan

ned for the evening of December

31 at the Hotel Washington in Co Colon.
lon. Colon. The orchestra Sonoramica will
provide music for dancing.

Invitations for the dance
being issued On both sides of


Miss Beck Honored

Miss Stephanie Beck, daughter

of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Beck ot
Cristobal, has been elected floor

representative to the house coun

cil at King Hall: freshman wom

en's residence at Denison Univer

sity, Granville, Ohio.

American Lea en Pott
To Sponsor Dane

Vice Commander. Vern Sawyer
has announced that Post One of
the American Legion, Fort Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, is sponsoring a dance the

evening of December 5.

The dance, to begin at S p.m.,

win leaiure music Dy the Air

Force combo, The Ambassadors.
There will be no admission charge.
Circus Man Crushed
By Irate Elephant;
Judge Weighs Fate
GROVES, Tex. (UPI.)-A mur murderous
derous murderous female elephant that
knocked down a circus man and
deliberately crushed him to death
was manacled in heavy chains to today
day today while authorities pondered
her fate.
In the most recent of several
attacks on humans, Dorothy, a
regular performer with the Hagen
Brothers Circus, reached out with

her trunk yesterday and knocked

down Donald Lloyd, 28, as he and
another clrcu worker, talked by.
. Although the elephai.t was
chained by one leg at the time,
the big animal managed to butt
Lloyd with her head and then de deliberately
liberately deliberately stood on her head on

top of the prostrate man. Lloyd's
head and chest were crushed by
the weight of the animal and he
died within an hour.

Deputy Sheriff Martin Carey
said circus employes told- him

Dorothy was not provoked into
the attack and that the elephant
had attacked other persons on

several occasions.
He said the animal had an act

in wmcn she stood on her bead

beside a circus performer.!
Shortly after the attack on

Lloyd of 1340 Dayton St., South
Bend, lnd., Dorothy was taken be behind
hind behind the circus and heavy chains

were manacled to three of her


There she remains, staked to

the ground. Carey said an order

from County Judge James Kirk-

land would be necessary before

any action could be taken.

Mathematics Mazd

Answer 9 Previous Puiile


1 Decimal unit
4 Puts two and
two together

.12 Fourth

2 Hebrew
3 Ordinal
, number
4 live' Vf

Sand hill

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Arabian tiiioV ?mtfetie

13 Thrash', ."brie V, :

14 Pert in a play
it ,.. direction.

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capacity 5r P",;'; Muaea: v J 43 DUtani) : J

lt Not tompetent ::??mttn iar. 28 wow poUon 43 Soog for one

11 Mounds used
by golf ere :.
17 Young ben .'
If Saltpeter .. ..-23
23 ..-23 Ascends "5,

18 Slim'

20 Eye parts
21 Equal score
22 Heraldic band
24 Pace
25 Indian

27 Wire measure Rr,r-'

. 30 Tends off
32 Calm
34 Metric
35 Musical
38 Cigar residue
37 Lampreys
40 Partner
41 Coterie
42 Kind ot tie
45 Destroyers
49 Cardinal
II Small child
52 Toward the
sheltered side
53 Diminutive
54 Greek letter
55 Propels a boat
58 Malt beverage
57 Knight's title
1 Makes lace ;

29 Result of

31 Pact
38 Governed
38 Jewish tribe
40 Specks",

44 Ship's'-

48 Poker stake
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48 Asterisk
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The swimming party held last

Friday night was a very wet, 'out

successful, evening. Several of the

boys present were conspicuous

only because of the length of their

bathing suits. Contrary to rule a

willing Pat Peck was thrown in.

Bruce Spurlock the brave one

actually dived off the tower,

while Annette Rentz was merely

content to hold her nose and

jump. Jim Selby finally went off,
but it took several courage-gath

ering hours and the combined

threats, pleas, and shouts of all

present to make him do it.

Jinan (Jox was only one of ma

ny who ran faster than they had

ever run before to avoid gome in

clothes and ail; Madge Mnith nar

rowly escaped the same ate.,. A
wild game of football was played

in the shallow end of the pool

while several of the less brave

souls tried to decide whether to

join in or not.

The refreshments were delici

ous, and although the weather
was cool, everyone present had

an enjoyable time.

The CZJC girls volleyball team

has emerged as undefeated cham champions.
pions. champions. Credit goes to all the mem members
bers members of the team and to Captain

Helen Nita.

Our two would-be DJ's reckless recklessly
ly recklessly want another list of their tune
hits printed... I have a feeling that
the two Bills think they will only

live once so why not make the

most of it. Here is this week


"Too Young to Tango" An

nette Rentz.
2. "I Could Have Danced All
Night" Barbara Bishop
3. "Yaketty Yak", Sandra Jones
4. "Billy", Millie Gibbs
5. "Naughty Lady of Shady
Lane" Coach Brown (This one is
a special request. Congratulations
. "Take Me Out to the Ball Ball-game"
game" Ball-game" Ed Napoleon
7. "Queen of the Hop" Eileen
8. 'What Can I p0?" Bruce
8. "It's All in the Game" Dick
10. "Too Young" Barbara Car Carter.
ter. Carter. Familiar scenes around JC: Al

Thompson studying economics for
his own devious ends...Elma Kent

with a sunburn.. .Proofs of Dictur

es being offered for insnection ..

C.W. and F.W. on the merits of
the European versus the Canal

one educational systems..

Here is a bridge hand that is

noteworthy for what did not


The three no-trumn contract

was reasonably normal as was

the opening spade lead.
South won that trick in his

own hand and promptly laid
down the jack of clubs. East
allowed it to hold, but took the

second club, whereupon South
was' unable to develop the club

suit ana wound up down one.

North promptly commented

that South might have made the
hand by means of an unusual
play. He could have led the eisht

of clubs and let it ride. East

would win with the ten. Then

South could play the iack of clubs

and overtake with .dummy's
queen and, while East would set

two club tricks, the king of dia

monds wouia still be jert in
dummy and the balance of the

club suit would be good.
North's suggestion was indeed
Ingenious and would probably
have brought home the bacon,
birt; a really alert East could still
have been the contract?
The play would be really re remarkable.
markable. remarkable. East : would have to

auow isouth's eight-spot to hold

tne nrst club trick. Then, when

south continued With the jack of
clubs East would still have two

stoppers if dummv overtnni-

while if dummy, played low East

wouia simpiy noid off again,

" -

by Dorothy Killgalten

JOTTINGS IN PINCIL t because she Wi things dull a-
(way from the limelight.
When all the bills are in, "Por-! r There's nothing like sentiment;
gy and Bess" will nave cost &am Eddie Fihser Just bought an x x-Goldwyn'
Goldwyn' x-Goldwyn' close to 38.500,000 but pensive gold trinket for Elizabeth
the veteran producer doesn't even Taylor irom the same jewelry
blink when he hears the stager- firm that sold him Debbie's en en-ing
ing en-ing figures. .It's quite likely Ca- gagement ring. ,Yul firynner's
ryl Chessman's lawyer will be acceptance of the Tyrone Power
asked to testify before a grand role in "Solomon and Sheva" for
jury in an effort to unravel the which he'll have to fly to Madrid
mystery of just how those Chess- means the cancellation of more
maa manuscripts ever got smug-than 450 newspaper radio and
gled past the guards at San Quen- TV Interviews as well as pre pre-tic.
tic. pre-tic. -v.- 'jsiierea and tfcwr 'iMptoiMt uppear.
A friend who helped Ann Sher-,ances shceduled in iO U.S.-cities
idan move from her midtown sub- part of the ballyhoo lor, hit
let to something more permanent flicker "The Buccaneer."
was invited to join her in a house-1 One Manhattan department store
warming toast. The concoction he plans to spend $10,000 on the dec dec-reports,
reports, dec-reports, wa,s -Ann's own' design; -orations for' just one Christmas
ein and atout. .Sonhia I.nmn window, "i .Jack Anrirewa rhf at

was the girl most wanted for the Cavanaueh's restaurant must he

lammine lead in the lum version unaer tne speu ot an those recent

of Art Buchwald's "A Gift from

the Boys" (and pretty odd cast casting
ing casting that would be. since the sir!

should be completely "colloquially
American) but apparenty she's

out of the running because the

picture will be shot in Italy and 27

record album covers. He's writing

a coo oooa 10 De uuea 'Hecipes -for
People Who Hated to Cook".
'. .TV puppeteer Chuck MeCann'
will waltz down the aisle with Su Susan
san Susan O'Connor a model on Dec.


Seml-Annual USA F Mission Parley
To Be Held At Al brook Dec. 1-4

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wn miasm


It you feel old before your time or
aufter from nerve, brain or phyaica.1
weknei. yeu will And hipplneso and
health In a new American Laboratory
method which reatoree youthful vigour
and vitality. It lea simple home treat treatment
ment treatment In tablet form prepared by an
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to take. It ecte directly on your
fiends, nerves and Tltal orfane, ani
works so well you can see and feet
new bodily power and vigour In a
short time. Because of its natural ac action
tion action on flands and nerves your brain
power and memory often improve
This new fland end vigour restorer
called Vl-Tabs thae been tested and
proved In the United 6tates and le
now available et all drug-stores here.
Get Vl-Tabs tablets from your drug druggist
gist druggist today, put them tptest and eee
the big Improvement. Teke the full
bottle, which lasts eight days. It will
make yeu full of vigour, energy end
vitality, end yeu will feel yeare
Jounger. The large else which lasts U
aye ie very eeenomieai

Headquarters Caribbean Air Com

mand announced this week that it
will hold its semi-annual USAF

Mission Conference Dec. 1 through
4, at Albrook Air Force Base.
The conference held in conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction with the School for Latin A A-merica,
merica, A-merica, USAF, graduation on
Thursday, Dec. 4, brings all of the
CAirC's Latin American mission
chiefs to the headquarters to dis discuss
cuss discuss mutual topics of their opera operation.
tion. operation. During their stay at Albrook the
mission chiefs will be briefed by
Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon,
commander, Caribbean Air Com Command,
mand, Command, and his staff.
Also scheduled to arrive at Al Albrook
brook Albrook with the mission chiefs are

Gen. Epifano Ovando, Chief of the
Paraguayan Air Force, Maj. Ka Ka-nulfo
nulfo Ka-nulfo Gonzalez, director of person

nel for the Paraguayan Air Force,
Col. Cerruto Calderon, Chief of
Staff of the Bolivian Air Force,
Col. Jorge Vigil, inspector of ma material,
terial, material, Peruvian Air Force and
Capt. Jose de la Luz Guerrero, as assistant
sistant assistant maintenance officer for the
Nicaraguan Air Force.


Klim is nourishing because it's pure
milk from the finest cows. Babv's
Klim formula is easier to digest too.
And every tin gives you milk of the
same high quality, Kuh always keeps
safe and pure because it's specially
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Maj. Gen. Morris R. Nelson,
Chief of the Air Section of the
Jdint Brazil U.S. Military Commis Commission
sion Commission will also attend the confer conference.
ence. conference. USAF personnel assigned to La Latin
tin Latin America that will attend the
conference include: Argentina, Col.
Richard F. Weltzin; Bolivia, Col.
Glenn C. Thompson, Jr.; Chile,
Col. William R,. Calhoun; Colom Colombia,
bia, Colombia, Col. Gerald"1 M. Clugston; Cu Cuba,
ba, Cuba, Col. Earl H. Dunham; Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic, Col. John Thorn Thorn-hill;
hill; Thorn-hill; Ecuador, Col. James C. Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Jr.; El Salvador, Col. Phil Philip
ip Philip O. Doornbos;1 Guatemala,- CoL
James H. Havef; Haiti, Col. Os Oscar
car Oscar G. Johnson; Honduras, Col.
James P. Lyle; Nicaragua, Lt.
Col. Willie G. Walker; Paraguay,
Lt. Col. John C. Layson; Peru,
Col. George W. Crlss Jr Vene

iuela, Col. Fred O. Easley, Jr.:

Uruguay, coi. ciure smith, Jr.
Personnel from Headquarters U-

Ar wno will attend are: Col. rt.

b. Fallows, Col. Howard E. Conk-

nn, Lt. Col. Warren G. Craig and

coi. Henry Koebi.

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The chairman of the Council of
Gamboa Union Church, Julian S.

Hearne, has announced that a
Thanksgiving Day service will be
held st 9:30 a.m. tomorrow. It is

in accordance with past practice

that on this family holiday a reli religious
gious religious service open to the commu community
nity community should be held. The minister,
the Rev. Walker M. Alderton, will

use as his topic, "Three Thanks


The concluding session ot -a stu

dy course on the New Testament

will be Held today In the church



Ralbea-Cece Sole
In keeping witbk the president's
proclamation for the celebration
of Thanksgiving Day in the United
Slates that each go to his own
house of worship to give thanks
for the blessings of the past year.

a special service will be celebral-Western manners1

ed tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock
at Redeemer Lutheran Church in
Holy .Communion will be celeb'
rated in conjunction with the serv service,
ice, service, especially for those whose
Sunday schedule ,may impede fre frequent
quent frequent communing. The service will

ne m charge of the Rev. Robert

r. uussick, acting pastor of the
On the Atlantic side a Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving service will also be held at
the Coco Solo Chapel at 10 o'clock
on Thursday morning. Seminarian
Frederick S. nlick will preach the
Visitors are welcome at all services.

(UP1) The


VIENNA (UP1) The Czech

Communist Party organ "Rudo

Pravo" has criticized Prague

Deauiy gnop owners who intro introduced
duced introduced light blue and pea creen

lipsticks as following "decadent

New York Dentist
To Visit Panama,
To Conduct Clinics

Dr. J. A. Camara, a dentist of

New York, will visit Panama from
Nov. 29 to Dec. 1. His visit is

sponsored by the Pan American

Odontological Association. A grad graduate
uate graduate of the University of Maryland
Camara took post graduate work
at Philadelphia and Northwestern

In addition to membership in

several professional associations
he has conducted exhibitions and
clinics at various congresses in

eluding Cuba. Mexico and in the

United States.

The executive secretary of the

Pan American Association says of

nis visit.

"The Pan American Odontoloal-

Cal Association, organized more

than 2tf years; ago, has as its ob

ject tne "establishment of a closer

cultural and professional inter

change between the dentists of

North, Central and South Ameri-


Our scholarships, enable ade

quately qualified dentists of Latin

America to study in our universi'

ties here, post graduately.
"Our clinicians and" lecturers vl

sit the various centers presenting

cunics ana lectures on tne most

recent advances in dentistry.
"In this marker we have been
attempting to maintain the 'good
neighbor policy' in dentistry."

Sophia's husband, Carlo Ponli,

risks arrest as a bigamist u be

returns to his native land.

Britisher! regard the John

Wheeler Bennett biography of the

lata King George VI (father of

Sueen Elizabeth II) as something
' a shocker. In it the seemingly

miin .monarch is portrayed s a a-vid
vid a-vid for power. .Ira Wallach. co

author of the Broadway olav.

"LirinK to Me Only" is collabor

a ting with composer David Baker;

on a tropical revue which theyll

uue tuet ready Bennett Cerf!)

Wring Out the Old.". .Friends
say Erin O'Brien's skin trouble

is oneot tne big reasons for her
separation from husband .Timmv

Fitzgerald. She thinks it will clear

up once they're apart. .Nell Hef Hef-ti,
ti, Hef-ti, the great arranger and trum trumpeter,
peter, trumpeter, is about to turn maestro.
But not on a jazz kick; surprising surprisingly
ly surprisingly his orchestra will be strictly
for dancing. He '1 tow? the iliotel

ana campus circuit witfi a crew

tagged The Band with the Sweet

Gracie Allen who "retired"

from show business and left

George Bruns to his own devices
on a pretty dull TV show, is apt
to take on a few video guest shots

All That Bubbles






John XXIII will receive the shah
Of Iran next Monday, on the final
day of his itate visit to Italy. The
shah arrived in Italy Thursday,

PARIS (UPI) Win experts

ana so minion other Frenchmen

were horrified today by British

court's ruling that sparkling white

wine may be called champagne,
no matter what its origin;

now can xnis oe7 moaned a

spokesman for Maxim's. famed

Paris restaurant -whose vine list

mentions 875 varieties all

French. "The only true cham

pagne comes from th country

arouna Kneims...
"Spanish champagnes? Impossi Impossible!"
ble!" Impossible!" j-
"Where would such a thine be

sold?" demanded a winegrower

from the traditional champagne
country. "In a beanery?"

A spokesman for the wine

Industry compared non French

"champagne" with "Scotch-type"


Champagne is mor than a

method," he said. 'It is first of
all a region, with a certain kind

of vsoil and weather and tradition.

Tru champagne is as inimitable
as Scotch whisky.'

The London ruling specifically
authorized a 23-year-old vintner
named Michal Grylls to pin the
"champagne' label on Spanish
wine, A court not onlv found in

his1 favor but directed the plain-

mis one British and two rrencn
Wine, societies -'to pay about
$70,000 vin costs, ,

Lunching at the Colony the oth

er day Mervya LeRoy iatrodu.
ed his two companions as FBI
men but hastened to assure Gene
Cayallero that none of the chic
patrons was under Investigation.
The sleuths were rnnfppina -with

him because they're technical ad advisors
visors advisors on his current production,
"The FBI story." .' .
Piano genius Andre Previn just
might be serious about writer Do

ry, Langdon. They've had dates

on both coasts and phone calls in
between. .A new actress named

Asia Mercoolova can thank the

Philadelphia critics for her new

billing In "Whoop-Up," the, Main
Stem-bound musical.; She's an ex exotic
otic exotic Whit Russian lass who en en-tranced
tranced en-tranced the reviewers to thr point
where they described her n "a

girl of blinding dimensions with
a walk as provocative as her

Bme" and "the state's answer

to Brlgltte Bardof to cite t just
two examples of hew the boys
lost their heads.
- Barbara Button's dates with
Jimmy Dauilaa-Land the v tha

lAnlr -mi .AL -.1. i ..LV. i.

i-unvmcea memoers or ionaon s
Msyfair set they're really in love.

.is tnis a good Idea or a bad

one, Arrangements are in. the

works to screen "A Night to Re Re-niemberM
niemberM Re-niemberM aboard one; of the bitf.

gest ocean; liners.' The picture is

au aoout me sinking of the Titanic
ne of the great sea desasters

3f efbfafflepf;
hW.. 'Allan Nixo8f, fintfiusband
of MarieuWilson; now condqdts
Sunday; bus excursions that, take
in movie stars' homes and a pic picnic
nic picnic feature. ,One of, the Peter
Lind Hayes' comedy writers is
Genrtre tliuu

san Hayward was in Chez Vito
the other night, and the violinists
serenaded her with all Jane Fro Fro-man
man Fro-man s songs. They confused her
with the -singer because she play,
ed Jane in the cinema biography.
A new Broadway star is looking
for an apartment with e a.if....

ice elevator and. if nossibl. nn

aoorman. er current admirei1 a
famous movie star refuses to vis

it ner uniess ne can be assured of
complete privacy.

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chafe and galling,
loo. Absorbent
cornstarch base
Clings close, keeps

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Madlesne M.nana Skin Cfesm kelee heel
painful tunbum. lu psUa kuieUa hiwmmIsi
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Opallery; Faces
Drunkenness Charge
er Former showgirl Gregg Sherwood, ac acquitted
quitted acquitted on four counts of battery,
faces sentencing next Tuesday on
a plain drunkenness" charge..
The wife of auto heir Horace
Dodge was convicted of drunken

ness yesterday by -.. municipal

court jury of five men and seven
women after three hours of deli deliberation.
beration. deliberation. The trial began Nov. 14.

The same jury acquitted the
shapely blonde of battery charges
stemming from i a spitting, name name-calling
calling name-calling brawl with police on the
morning of her .arrest, last Aug.

Farmer Sotr Bringi
Dad Back To Life
In Crude jttrgery

St. Paul doctor rested in "pretty
good" condition in a hospital to today
day today following an emergency op operation
eration operation by his son. a farmer.

It happened on the kitchen floor
Of the Robert F. Olann home nam

here Sunday. His father, Df.
Charles A. Olson, choked on a
piece of ham while eating dinner.

ine ainner, KODert said, was to
clebrate his father's 25th weri.

ding anniversary to his stepmoth-

"There was comrlte tlnnrvoe.

of breath," Robert said. Then.

Robert went on,, he and his broth broth-er,
er, broth-er, Charles L. Olson plaied the
father down on the floor.
"There" Charles said, 'he in
effect 'died.' Then we decided my
brother had to operate."
Although the some 30 people at
the dinner "thouiht it wai a rir.

tie thing to do," Robert said he
grabbed a paring knife and cut
an incision Into the windpipe.
"Then I stuck my finger into
the opening so some oxygen could
get into my father's lung," Rob Robert
ert Robert continued. Next, the farmer,
turned . doctor said, a fountain
pen barrel was used as an air
passage into the trachea, or wind wind-PIP.
PIP. wind-PIP. '
After some noundins and tnnu.

ing ; about, the boysi said their
father was breathing again. "My
brother brought him back from
the dead,':, Charlei added.
Charles effort was made
to sterilize the oarlne knife

the fountain pen. "In a case of

Chicago columnist Irv Kupclnet

wss arrested on a charge of drunk

driving along with Miss Sherwoodfextreme emergency, one must act

shortly after they left a party in
the early morning. He faces trial
on the misdemeanor charge Dec.
10. '

Maximum sentence Mist Sher

first and think about steriUiation

Had Robert ever done ni

erating before, "No," he said,1
''but -we'd been -exnnteri n it

Woo! faces on the drunkenness Kmedlcine) all our lives: and we

conviction it $23 fine; 'knew something had to be done."

' For tlie Beit ' -: 1
in hewi entertainment v
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON ,

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Abu Sd TtmpU Htadi
Conduct Fill rtmon al v '.
- .Twenty-two candidates particip participated
ated participated in a fall ceremonial conduct conducted
ed conducted Satnrriav-bv Illustrious Pulcn-
tate Charles P. Lavalle and the.
Divan officers of Aboa Saad Tem-
pie. This was the first ceremonial
to be held In the new Working U-
mts Building otr Gaulard Highway
.-The: candidates included, from
Balboa. G.: C. Abel, J.W.E. Bour Bourgeois.
geois. Bourgeois. J.-X Daily, R. Harned,
ti AiS, Marti- from i Albrook V Air
Force Base;, -A Fi Cunningham,
J: B? Peters .JfRi A. Williams.
T. Es Hallifax; front Curundu, J.
s.' Catneu, CaEi Slater & u. vai
entine Srf jtrom J Panama City,
J. H. JL. CU Jr H. M. Kaschei;
from 'Rodman Naval Station, t it,
K. Burgess, O. ?. Keller, JtW
Harvey from Fort- Gulick, -J. L.
Borgstrom; f r b m Howard Air
Force -Base, P. H, Browo;;s .-from
Los Rks, R. vE,vBudreau; from
Diablo- Heights, m M. Martin;
from; Fort Clayton.- G. .',Schuet5.
Cocktails tand dinner dance
party were "enjoyed after th er-
eraoiual at the rort Liaytoa UUi-
1 it--'.-'"".'f(':j'.-"i1
The ceremonial this year was
highlighted by the presence -of a
number of "old timers' who were
still on the Isthmus after attending
the Roosevelt Centennial : observ observances.
ances. observances. Nobles from v several tem temples
ples temples were included among those
attending the Tevents-a ;t.i
.. i i
Hona i Kong 'Mission
Feted Af Reception v t
The British. Ambassador and La Lady
dy Lady Henderson .entertained at the
Embassy today at a reception hon honoring
oring honoring members of the Hong -Kong
Government Trade Mission,,, who
are visaing the Isthmus on a tour
of Latin American countries.
Ayina Club1 Party )
At Legion Tonight ; :.
Members of-the Buccaneer Fly Flying
ing Flying Club and the r guests will at attend
tend attend an informal' buffet; supper this
evening at the American Legion
Club at "Fort Amador. The event
is planned for 7,p."m.

US Living JGoM Held; Steady


v:te Hftir staaav in October. 4or
h. MAnrta v-monm itf va rew..sbut
strikes lit th ante industry, cut
factory w6rkers'? buyiug ; powders l
per cent;' the Labor Department
reported yesieraay. ..j
i in. aeuartmeni said lower food
new carl in(f some ntBel; items.
1 -AAtfthef 'Cbnsum-
ef price dex remained at Sep-tenertj.level.ptr-tft
or tne 'oase vei"u
TWs meahf it took $12.37 Wbuy
wbat $10 would, purchase
The report iheaht a one cent
houny pay cut lor 220,000 work workers
ers workers at Weitingnouse, Deere a
Company-.! CMcagoTransit Au Authority,
thority, Authority, ConVair Dff'
ral Dynamics, ;and bther aircratt
plants, theiLaWr Department
Wages 'U ese orkeri are
tied to .the Cos.t-of-Uvmg moex
escalator clauses in labor-management
contracts. The pay reduc reduction
tion reduction reflected a two-tenths pf 1 per
nt ?ppiitift.ii the August index,,
which then-leVelledi off Via Sen-i
'.'('.. z
A&otoer Contingent of Boose Boose-velt
velt Boose-velt Medal Holders, who visited
the Canal. Zone for. the Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Centennial observance are
booked1 to sail from Cristobal
for New York: Saturday aboard
the Panama Liner Cristobal, j
The centennial guest are
Mrs. Charles L.1 Bleakley, Miss
Nell 1 Brogge, -Mr. 1 Archlev H.
Bum. Mr. Martin 1 J. iCahi, Mts.
Lea K. Dugan,' Mr and Mrs.
Frank1 J,' Gerchow, Mfir? and
Mrs. Cajrl O. Hot tman, Sr., Mrs.
M. B. ftuff, Mr. and Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert J. Huntoon, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter D Jones, Mr. "Arthur T.
Lutheu M3,.iMazie; c,;, New New-comb;
comb; New-comb; Mrs. Cecilia; M. P?innetcr,
Mr. and Mrjt.. R. A.;Patterson,
Mr.; an4; M".: Joseph ,B.. Samp Samp-sell,
sell, Samp-sell, Msi-; Frahk,P; (Sasse, Mrs.
-Winifred Sealey," Mrn. Josepli. H.
Stllson, U.Mr"'FrMik P- Wagg,
Mrs. A.,iT S.r Walters, and'J. Mrs.,
Albert ..Wilson ,. .
Included on the passenger list
are 20 Canal employes and dependents.-
-They re Mr. t and
Mrs. Stephen t A.s Blssell and
three iehlldrenMr, and Mrs.
John P. Corrigan, r Jr.; Mrsl
Margaret eLon; Leonard dor dor-don
don dor-don Mr.', and Mrt: Eugene L.
Hudson and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Cornelius S. ; McCormack;
Mr. and Mrs. James J. RecclaV
Grace M. Stuart and 'daughter;
,nd Mr. James T. WlggtM; ;j


Oi l,
CurundUk Women's Club
To '.Enterlain Husbands ;
Members of the Curundu Wom Women's
en's Women's Club will introduce a ."first"
wuen, they entertain their hus-
bands Friday in the
Reservations and further infor
mation may be obtained from
Mn. Lily Blumberg,, JB-6235;
Clayton NCO Wivta
Announce 'Bak Solo
A. home-baked goods and white
elephant sale will be. held at 'Jad-win-
Hall, .Fort Clayton, beginning
at, 9 ; aW-ir. at.urday. under the
used to purchase, spores equipment
and trophies, for, the post's Youth
Council, ; u .-. V' 1., :
iFree coffee'' witt be served, and
cookies,, cup cakes; brownes and
caxes wiy oe-ouerea lor saJe
Pwblie Is InvitocL '.";,,.
To Musowm Events
JIembersof the ..National Mu
seum .Society of Vanama have ex
tended an open .invitaUon to the
public to attend lectures and. film
showings this and .tomorrow eve
ning at .the Museum.- which is loc located
ated located at Avehida Cuba1 and V Thir
tieth Street. n v
The- Museum Society will have
an open meeting mis evening at s.
followed at 9 p.m. by a lecture
and color slides on "peoples of tne
IDarien in the Path of the New
Highway' : by Otis lmWueni
. bcneouiea tor xnursaay evening
at 8 is a film on Manama, witn
commentaries by Dr. Alejandro
menaez and Jfmnp Dade.
Embassy, Residence
Of Costa Rica Changes
It has been announced at the
Embassy of Costa Rita in Pana
ma lhatias oi the first of Decem
ber, the residence and Chancelle
ry at the Embassy will be locat located
ed located at Firs.t Street, Parque Letevre,
final.. The new telephone number
wm be Panama -U27.
In A Row
tember khd October.
Another, i.lou.uou workers, most mostly
ly mostly in, the auto industry, will not
leceiye any increase uecause the
inaea;' remained the same .las;
staoility achievech by pMaks
ofrforces',.-;,f fi-liliS.J
- We are just teererine in this
situation,', he said. But he added
that November living costs prob probably,
ably, probably, will not change added that
November-, living .cpsts, "; probably
wilL;not,.cbanga, iignificantlv from
the October level:
.v; Bu uau auuic CUVVU1 aglll
hews for holiday shoppers; citing
cheaper prices for s turkeys and
toys tnis year,

sponsorsniij ot .tne t on Clayton fc """s u) umwuig
NCD, Wives Club, -.H .'-' roachine. It had reamed the farm
.v-rV. an1 nearby, woods, coming often
Proceeds IroW thV eventwiil be to, ( n5use j 811 kfy

V. RiloV Mot nt (h.

xuK5iuv b inuex meant wo nave'

m '.'..lIai.i.i -i rrr'

,The averages-factory- worker'svcomoetPnt "C.leuY

weklv "tn1f.hnnik t.-r- foil a?l,,l -a- u.::"u,jl'',-? 5 acnecb

cents last months from the Sen
...& rT iwl
tember record. The pay cheek of
the average worker with three d; d;-pendents,
pendents, d;-pendents, after deductions for fed federal
eral federal taxes, was $76,58.
The. drop in earnings, which re-
lauced buying power i-y about 1
per cenim Tjciooer,i- stemmefl
from strikes in auto and auto
parts plants and the effects of
such .. disputes, which ' cut into
overtime and the average factory
worc weeK,
. ..laca Bertie- M tncluiioil in Mils
column shoMld b7 tiibrHiHacJ m
tva-writta-j form and mail-4 m
th- bos nuiribat ti'stod daily in So So-cUI.
cUI. So-cUI. and Otbtrwist ; W dOliVtrid
fcv hsnd to rho oHic. Noticci o
mttings cannot b -ccopttd b?
t.lph.M4; f?isMy $
Garni and M Irf.r a r; Society
The Canal Zone' Gem and Mni-1
eral Society will, have a regular
meetini pridaf evening' at; 7:30 it
the, Club Building 57 ih Balboa?
The program will be presented
by R. H. Stewart and Miss Lvdia
Czapek. ri; r;.' .".v';
Members are urged to brine
rock specimens to be tested for
fluorescence.; ; a J
f ANKARA, f:Turkey;'UPI) A
Cdurt nf appeals' f today Upheld
a 6-month and 20-ttay, orison sen
tence for Necati Akgun a news news-naner
naner news-naner vublisber accused of nrint-
ing an insulting open letter to a
government official. ; Akcun nub
lishes the Daily Paiaryeri in.Bi-
iK rxovmce oi- western Anato
iliaV'.;,; ;fr.,?f V'5 hNf

Of Cripphd Pel u
Deer Up For Ruling

-PRESTON, Minn. (UPI)-A d
cision' was awaited yesterday
from State Attorney Gen. Miles
Lord on whether- ai huater could
be prosecuted for shooting a crip-
plea pet deer that bad been raised
py a larm family.
The deer, named; "Spike,"-vas
killed by the hunter when it hob
bled, a way from the protective em
brace of Mrs. Glen Hahn and her
two cnuaren, wacy, li, and Paul
1 . -'v. ; v
The, family had- taken care i of
me i-year-om aeer since a veter
jrin mpuUtod its left front
Mrs. Hahn said two hunters saw
the deer from, their car on Nov; a,
opening day of th ( deer season,
and one approached and asked if
he could shoot it. She said the
hunter told, her J' "it we don't WU
mm somebody else will.";. ,.
. Mrs. Hahn aaid Spike darted
away from her and the children
and tne hunter fired killing-it.fJ
. Hahn filed a complaint with Fill
more County Attorney J. F. Her-
ricK, woo identified Uie hunters as
dames oMiiuiisun ana -uary ttui ttui-sank.
sank. ttui-sank. Herrick asked Lord for a
ruling on whether the area where
the deer was shot could be con considered
sidered considered a stockade or corral,
which would make the shooting
moenieanor, under state law.
The huntpr whn u. j
could be jailed Tor W days, and
fined $ipo, if convicted.
lax Disputant Says
Doesn'l Fear Jail
In Evasion Case
. Cincinnati! nMn ttdtn -ru".
Rey. Maurice McCrackin, 52, de-
CiT f ",BT? o tear oi jau" as
m was locked up againyesterday
jtiuoiug iq answer a fed fed-f"1
f"1 fed-f"1 .court charge in an income
tax dispute .with the government.
. Presbyterian minister had
L ,g"rriea lnt0 tne court of
: juge jonn h. Druffel for
the third time (Rnt h
, ... "uiwucu
bucui wnen mm he pkiiM. .I...
lm sel f after today noon by
Msmng jus own recognizance for
'"j"", pyaswering in-
ignoring, an Internal
ucvcilUB Qervice Kllhnnanri
. The Dacif ist, M atAb ti .IiTj
rm , -v.. .o oLcau-
usea to xuscuss with the
Court h ".: "1
. l,'".""1 lu pay income
taxes, which he objects to "because
..t 1 armaments.
I have no fear ot Mail t
wJudge Druffelfold him "You're
fnhJ6 '.very Pious utterances
wthe pubtoc press and then you
come here and do not speak."
McCraokin reiilied tha h
not plead "unt tLi
ti. 8 materials to de-
" uj viie wona.
7eek minister was re
leased from jail without bond 'af 'after,
ter, 'after, three court -annnintoH ..
tui ucariiiE mis ivseir
If you suffer, from Gottinf Up
Night, Backache, Leg Pains, Lou of
Vigour, Nervouniew or weaknesi, yon
ihould help your Proatat Gland Im Immediately
mediately Immediately with Rogena. This medicine
makes you fee) younger, stronger, and
able to sleep without IsterrupUon.
Oet Rogtna from, your cbemlst today.

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Second Blizzard Hits West

With Snows, 100 MPH Winds

CHICAGO, 111., (UPI)
The: West's second blizzard in
a week slammed across the
Great Plains yesterday with blind
ing snows and gale-force winds.
Along its edges, me siorm
churned up 100 mile per hour
winds which ripped Denver sub suburbs
urbs suburbs and prompted weathermen
to issue tornado warnings for
south central and southeast Mis Missouri,
souri, Missouri, extreme southwest Illinois
and extreme norm central Ar
kansas. 1
In the West, an unknown ele element
ment element called "component X"
joined with smog and fog to
shroud Los Angles, while the
temperature went into the 80s in
, v Xhe U. S: 1. Weather 'Bureau is issued
sued issued blizzard warnings for North
Dakota and Northwest Minnesota
and cold wave warnings for 10
states in the nation's midsection.
Temperatures were expected to
f al to 5 to 10 degrees below-zero
in the Dakotas and Montana -aura
ing the night and to 15 above in
the Oklahoma panhandle.., .,
The buzzard a worst lury swept
North Dakota, where visibility
was zero and travel impossible
through the win-whipped snows in
many areas.
Schools were closed across tne
state and: students at the Univer-
Dakota Agricultural College were
urged to stay on ; the campus
pending a ltup in' the storm,
Minot, N.D., residents couldn't
see a half block through tne
swirling snow.
The, Weather Bureau reported
the snow-laden winds had been
clocked at 50 to a gale-force 60
miles per hour aiross the Pa
kotas. Highways filled up rapidly
with drifts and road. crews gave
United States

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up the battle to keep them clear.
There were no early, reports of
blizzard deaths, howver, primari primarily
ly primarily because Dakotans are expert
in weathering snow storms. -The
snow was expected to eet
Up to seven" inches deep in north
ern JMonn Dakota and ranee un
to four inches or more elsewhere
m the snowbelt. Early indications
were., that the blizzard did not
pack the lethal punch of the
storms which swept the West and
Midlands last week leaving more
than 50 percons dead.

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Notice of Special Meeting of Stockholders

Notice is hereby given that ft Special Meeting of Stock Stockholders
holders Stockholders of TRANSAMERICAN IN13USTRIES, INC. will be
held in Panama City on December 5, 1958 at 4:00 o'clock ,in
the afternoon, in the office of the company at No. 33 Cen Central
tral Central Avenue, for the consideration of the following:
1) To amend Article 3 of the Articles of incorporation (as
" amended), so that the total -number of shares which
may be issued by the corporation be 6,000,000 6hares
having a par value of $0.10 per shart,
.'" '. - ...
2) Tb amend Article 6 of the Articles of incorporation so
as to change the name of the Resident Agent of the
3) To amend Article 11 regarding the requirements for
providing any increase or decrease in. tlje cftpltdl stock
of the, corporation, In the issuance of shares of the cap-
,ital stock n,qt approved by ihe Board of Directors prior
to September 1, .1958, fbr any merger or dissolution of
the corporation, or for any sale, mortgage or pledge of
any substantial portion pf the assets of. the corporation;
4) To amend .Article regarding the requirements for a a-,
, a-, .. mending the Articles 6f Incorporation;
' 5) To amend Articles 1 and II, Section l of the By-Laws,
' tegarding the registered office of the corporation and
the' place of meeings; v' .4 1,
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To amehd Article II, Section 2 of said ByLdws regard

ing the annuaj meeting;

7) To amend Article II, Section 4 of the By-taws regard regarding
ing regarding .the notice at. meetings;.
8) To amend Article III, Section '4 of the By-Laws rfegard rfegard-,
, rfegard-, ipg the special jneetings of the Board of Directors;
9) to amend Article III, Section 5 of the By-Laws regard regard-,
, regard-, ing ;the quorum required for meetings of the Board of
iDirectors for certain matters; -
10) To amend Article VI, Section 1 of the By-Laws' Regard-.
ing the form of the certificates of stock;
11) -To amend Article 10 of the By-Laws Indicating' the re re-'
' re-' quirements for the amendment of the By-Laws;
12) To amend Article VI, Section 9, regarding the require require-iv
iv require-iv ment? for approving Increases or decreases in the cap-
" ital stock of the corporation, the issuance of shares,
' i the merger or dissolution of the corporation or any sale. -merger
or pledge of fcriy substantial portion of the as as-'
' as-' sets of the corporation;
13) 0 elect the Board of Directors for the ensuing year;
l4j To consider for1 ratification, approval and confirmation
, : all resolutions previously adopted by the stockholders
and by the Board of Directors and all actions taken
thereto; : i
15) To transact such' bther business as may properly come
before the meeting or any adjournment thereof.

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are rioneer desirn. Thev
.At 1 .
NAGOYA,' japan (UPI) A
speeding train rammed a truck
loaded witte'bfehjy flairunable oil
yesterday killing- 3 -persons knd
injuring 29 others in the, collision,
and fire thaD followed, i Reports
from the scene "ai -' ICariya, 10
milea. from Nagoya, said the el electric
ectric electric trajHrjamrappV the truck
broadside 'at as 'crdss'irig. Oil
sprayed over the coaches and ig ignited.
nited. ignited. -J t :
congressional committee reported
today that the federal govern
ment wpiud. have 147 billion dol dollars
lars dollars available for spending during
the fiscal year ending June 30. j
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Juried rniou Gel cquainied lidlts :r:

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1800 1830 1860 1890

5408,000 12466,000 31,443,000 62,947,000
tnark has whistled upward at a spectacular rate to pass the
175 million mark, 17 million more than were around when
President Eisenhower was inaugurated in 1953, almost 170
million more than the post-colonial states boasted in 1800
when Napoleon Bonaparte was France's first consul and
reaching for an emperor's crown. Thirty years later saw the
first Mormon Church organized by Joseph Smith in Fayette,
Seneca County, N.Y., and we then numbered over42 million.
In 1860 the Civil War clouds were gathering as South Caro-

1958 ."'-A


1920 v v 1950;
105710.000 f 150,697.000

Una seceded from the Union which embraced over SI million.

Ellis Island opened In New York as an unnuiTwm.
1890, when the population was almost 63. million, to abet the
great flood of foreigners which helped push the figure to over
105 million in 1920, the year the League of Natlona began In
Geneva, Switzerland. More than 150 mttlloaol t f ft Jhe
news in 1950 that Brink's, Ine., had been robbed of
395.12. And this year the counter clicked on while the Pioneer
moon rocket sped up and up and up eymbollc, perhapa, ol

America's, population or ine luiure.

Nurass Panama and tho Canst:2on'' sot. asioV their traditional ;whlt farb ja$t wek .to;don party frock for a

i .vuaiiiu iiinuii Muiivi nm-mm ri anc jactn, cnivui uiw division i nunmg aervice, international ipun
oil of Nuraea, in London. Her Viaitto Panama wa a part of A tour of Latin'Amerlca, Members'of -the National Nuraea

Aaaociatlon and the Isthmian Nuraea' Association attended ?thd-:gMDgjthatr

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Germany, judging from this snowy scene. But relax the' "blizzard" coloring-the water water-iron
iron water-iron U really heavy toam caused by pollution of the Nockar Wver with industrial wartea.
w v"L """id nbv water being oumnef inln the river locks, then blown about by w.nds.






to Sen Jose, San Salvador, Guatemala,
Mexico City and New Orleans

Lv. Panama 1 1 :45 AM
Ar. San Jos 1205 PM
Af. San Salvador 2:00 PM
Ar. Guatemala 2:55 PM
Ar. Mexico City 5:45 PM
Ar. New Orleans 6:55 PM
(Tues.p Thors., Sat.)

See your Travel Agent, on
Call B, 1 El Cangreo
Tel. 3-6644

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Reliable information on the
millions of dollar' worth of
burled treasure still to be discov discovered
ered discovered is included in a new book
placed in circulation this week
by the Canal zone Library.
The book, entitled "Dig for Pi Pirate
rate Pirate Treasure" tells of the peo people
ple people who are finding treasure
left by pirate and buccaneers
and about sunken galleon
khotyh to be loaded with treasure
and atlll waiting to be diacover-
The book was written by Rob Robert
ert Robert I. NesjnlthV one 6f the' orld'a
lev real authorities on'.treasure
hunting and a consultant to
treasure hunters the world over.

pe numbers among hi friends

most 01 ine serious sua auuceiw-
ful treasure hunters of today.
. The material in "Dig for Pi Pirate
rate Pirate Treasure" came directly
from them and from many1 un unpublished
published unpublished manuscripts and; doe doe-umentar
umentar doe-umentar source. .

i'Thf contplete list of pmeV

oooks loiiows:

NON FICTION The Mil Millionth
lionth Millionth Chance, James Leasor;
Athenian Adventure, C. P. Lee:
New Look at Christmas Decora Decoration,
tion, Decoration, Gratia Liitaite; Dangerous
Fathers, Carlyle Marney; Pat Patrick
rick Patrick Henry, ft. D. Meade; Faith
for Personal Crises, Carl Michal Michal-son;
son; Michal-son; Dig for Pirate Treasure, R.
I. Nesmlth; Instructions to
"-ng Tennis Players, Susan
Noel; Snakes in Fact and Fic Fiction,
tion, Fiction, J. A. Oliver: The Atlantic:
a History of an Ocean. Leonard
Outhwaite; Jewelry Making for
the Beginning; Craftsman, Greta
Pack; The Fashion Dictionary;
Fabric, sewing, and dress. M B.
Picken; Curtain up at Sardl's.
Vincent Sardl; Of Stars and
Men; Human Response to an

Expanding Universe, Harlow

FICTJON The Secret. Alba
fle Cespedes; A Dangerous In Innocence,
nocence, Innocence, V. E. Lincoln; Pharoah,
E.. J. McOraw; Enter Laughing,
CarJ Reiner; A Cottage in Gall Gall-lee.
lee. Gall-lee. E. H. Samuel- Th naw. rw.

vlding, John Selbv; The Bright

Koaa to rear, r. M. Stern;
Backlash, M. L. West.


Unrest Threaten
Italy's Economy
ROME, Nov. 26 (UPI) A
Wave of Striken and lahnr unrtil

swept Italy today and threatned to

paralyse me nation's entire econo economy.
my. economy. The cabinet scheduled a morn morning
ing morning meeting to 1 examine the situa situation
tion situation which in tha Tift it 94 h Ski it

deteriorated to a point where Italy

was iacea wiin nation wide rail
way, post, telephoned, telegraph
shipping, dock, state-employes
and AewsDanei hieni itrik

Orders went out last night for
rsilwaymen snJ postal workers to

urine ior z starting tomorrow.
Simultaneously all of Italy'i
merchant marine sailon wr rat

led on to strike in protest against
two shipping companies in laying

011 two liners wnose crews had

struck for higher pay.
Tha unreal nrH to nowsmnir

men, the Rome Press Association

aeciaea in a.n extraordinary as
mhlv tn trik "a tntin mi

alble sad wi'hout notice". No date
or length of time, for the strike

wzre announeeo.
Trade unions representing state

strikes if the government did not
Immediately satisfy their de

mands for more pay Niad better

woncing conditions,
N I A t COtTL Y k Ml STA K I
BORDEAUX, 'Frsnc'e. (UPI) -The
French election Sunday near

ly cost on eonfused voter 35T

when he placed an envelop co" co"-Uining
Uining co"-Uining a check for that amount

in the ballot box instead of a nil

lot. The envelope was discovered

later n a vote eoi tner. wnn nso

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imKUUUUNVl UUCOlJ V Misi Beck to'Jh members, Seated from: left-.are Mrs.' Kathryn McNamee,-vice

president of the Isthmian Nurs;,Mr:-Ruth de'Pere, president of ,the"National Uurses; JVIiee Beck; Mrs. Alma Tracy.

Point Four nursing; consultant; Miss Cecilia Wensing, Isth mian board rnember! and Mrs. Rosa tl Perez, director of

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elation attending- the meet-

ing took the opportunity, to I

get acquainted with each

other as well as with their
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jCnUUL IUUK r guided tour of tho U.S.' Army Caribbean school where Latin American officers, cadets and
enlisted men art trained "Irf modern defense methods. Here, Capt. Frank M. Edgar, Instructor In' the engineer sec section,
tion, section, explains fundamental In bridge building to, from left, Mrs. James Ledue, Mrs. Leonard Killip, Mrs. E. J, Berger,
Mra. Anthony Bars), Mrs Charles Perrj," Mrs. Albert Soils, Mrs. Raymond WHson, Mrs Cuy Trask, Mrs.iDennl
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sleepy motoristi conaiiU of a
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grip (drawiitf, top) nothing
happeni. But ai the drowsy
driver's hand relaxes (drawing,
bottom) the metallic halo sets
off a horn in his ear and auto automatically
matically automatically engaies the brakes.

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Blue Team Favorite To Beat
White All-Stars In Finale



Enthusiasm over the All-Stat,(Paln Bowl foot football
ball football game has been gaining morndtttiim ever since it
was announced earlier this year and the Bowl com committee"
mittee" committee" officials are preparing to handle1 a record
crowd at Balboa Stadium tonight ....

On paper the "Blue" team looks
the besi ana snouiu De usieu
3-toucnaown tavoriieSi.ihey came
out ot ine player selection meet meeting
ing meeting with the uiree wp yiu tak takers
ers takers in i'hil Cage, Cart xuuie aim
fccitn hung) tuey jhCkcuup out
ox tne top nuesmeu iu ivuss i avor avor-jie
jie avor-jie ana nave one oi we omy two
real ouistanuing enas on tne Canai
Zone uus year in jC s iun'j
.cut in a single game ol this sort,
particularly siuoe neuner team uas
nau mucn time 10 tieveiop wo
many onensive plays, we lecorus
ana staustics oi. uie past season
are usually cai$,asiaes ana tne re results
sults results are, more ptten ; tnan notr a
thrilling contest wnere ine un unexpected
expected unexpected manages to' occur wun
magazines amazing regularity.
'ine 'White" team was noi too
tlignted in talerit and in some
cases,. belie the final statistics ot
the 1958 season. Charlie French,
Balboa High School halfback
ranked fourth in yards gained this
season with 303, but was out of
one game this season with a
sprained ankle that limited his I
activities in at least one other
Don Alexander was a bad trail
er among the yard-makers of 193V
but he was the big spark on an
otherwise hapless team that move,
or less depended On this playcr
and Bill Gibson for their offensive
Gibson is out with a knee in
Sports Briefs
(Peahed) Walker has sigied to
coacn the Montreal Alouettes of
tae Canadian Fooioall League's
Big Four next year. General
Manager Gorman Kennedy, who
made the announcement Monday,
also said that Jimmv Dunn and
J.B." (Ears). Whitworth, Walker's
assistants, will ;be retained: ,;
CHICAGO f DPil-iRudyukich,
the former Soutrern California
quarterback obtained on waivers
from the Washington Redskins,
has signed his contract .with the
Chicago 'Bears'. Room was made
oh the roster for him when end
Bob Carey was olstced on the in injured
jured injured reserve list.
Service Center Jheatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:30
Air Conditioned
"Desire Under The Elms"
Sophia Loren
Anthony Perkins
In VisLi Vision!
In Cinemascope & Color!
Al Hedison Patricia Owens
Vincent Price
DIABLO HfS. 7 -.00
Lex Barker Marl Blanchard
Ell Wallach Robert Keith
"The Gay Crooners Show"
5:30 and 9:00 p.m.
"Something of Value" and
"Affair of Dobble Glllis"
James Cagney
Stephen McNally
In Cinemascope & Color;
Special Matinee Tomorrow
'10:00 a.m. Only
Audie Murphy
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For the Best
in news and entertainment

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jury, but Alexander's 31.3 punt punting
ing punting average will be even more ef effective
fective effective if he is called upn the Kick
the "White"- team out of trouble
spots. Because of a weak front
line Alexander rarely stood any
closer than 15 yards from the line
of scrimmage, and sometimes
farther to do his kicking. With
the added strength of a well-balanced
line Inat includes Tony

Dyer, Louis Taber and Bob Fear-
on, the Junior 'College back should
be able,tt) better his season aver
John Boseman and,-Bon Hum Humphrey,
phrey, Humphrey, both from 1 "CHS ranked
among.Tb 8 Ipp producers of yard
age inSthe' season and both are
playing tonfrht f orpine "White"
Balboa' Stadium .will (men its
gates at 6:15 p. mi and.; pre-game
cerembnie&Swill -start -at 7 when
boa Hh-Schodj1)ahdr opens with
a concert. The introduction of play
ers, cheerleaders and game offic
ials will fblloWhd the kick-off is
slated for 7:3vp-n.:'
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Cub Holds First
Elimination Trials
LastSundaV at Pacarai Sir striD
the Isthmian Sportswear Clpp;;hed,
11s iirsi eiimmauon iriais.
The track used was rectangular
in shape, two laps giving 1.3
miles. AIL of the races were, on
pavement. C'afs were run" two at
a time, matched in class.
Before the racing started, ft &
rigidjisafety check was made. f,
Suchll)tislj vas safety belts, hel
mets, and eooo tires were re
quired!' Brakes, alignment and
the like, as Safety musts were
Two;CQ2 fire extinguishers, bor
rowed from 5th'fl1v Canal. Zone be be-partflipt,
partflipt, be-partflipt, weVer. kept available.
Rain Held .things- up for the first
nour or so out tnea the flay clear
ed for a ''good time of racing.
Race results:
Drfver,' car, and time4'
BUI Brown, (VW) wonvefr Ro.
Jiey Seelfy (Karmen Ghi$.-K mift.
7 sec, -.WP
Bildd Weishaar, (MGTC) losl
to Frank Kremer (MGTD)
min. 59.2 sec.
Bill Brown (VW) -beat Sewell
Hatcher (MGTD) 2 min. 5 sec.
BjH BroWiiVW) won over Steve
Day (ReSault Dalphine) 2 min. 52
RodneySee1tyr-(Karm,en, Ghia)
lost to Mike Brians1 VW) 2 min.
4 sec. ., 1
Bill Brown (VW) wa(' beaten
by Mike Brians (VW) 2 rffin. B sec.
ri acc c .
Hifnter Dare nidAi heat t.r).
Kelly (MGA) 1 hifn. 52 7" sec.
Hugh Priest (MGA) won over
T. J. Kelly JIGA), 1 min. 53 sec
Class f ft' r.
Ed. BradySCMdrgan) lost to Paul
Elia (Austin Healey) 1 min. 59.3
Budd Weishaar. (Alfa Romeo)
won over Paul Elia (Austin Hea Healey)
ley) Healey) 1 min. (fi?.8 ec
Bob Harvey, (Jaguar) defeated
Paul Eliai(AystiftirfHealey) 1 min.
48 see.- -.. ....
Mike Brians (,VW) won over
Frank KremP tfMGTD) 2 min.
4 sec. ' i: f;-1
Hnnter Dare (MGA) beat Hugh
Priest (MGA) 1 min. 50 sec.
Bob Harvey (Jaguar) defeated;
Budd Weishaar Alfa Romeo 1 min.
52 sec. I
Trophies were awarded to the
winner in each class. j
Following the elimination trials
there were some two and four
races, dragging, and members
did the timing for motorcycles!
whichbelonged to members of the
Motorcycle Club who had come out
to watch the event 1
All toft, Paul Elia did a (ine
job of planning. The first elimina elimination
tion elimination trials were a success- This
was the best spectator -'response
they have ever had.

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BLUE ALL-STAR TEAM (First row, left to right). Keepers, Burch, Feld, B. Sanders. Bruce Ranklil,' Q. Aie.xah&eV, Reynolds,
Morris. (Second row) I. Sanders, Kullg;, Lomedico, Cicero, W. French, Fulleton, Crookev T,uttler J. Corf iga'n,"' Cage and Favorite:
(Third row) Coaches Moser, Horine, Brown and manager Al White. 1 . 'j.yn''

Ernie Banks
Captures NL
MVP Awarcl
BOSTON, Nov. 26 (UPD Er Ernie
nie Ernie Banks of the Cubs ran up ,a
near landslide lii, winning the
National League'Simos -valuable,
player award with the; highest
number of points in four years.
The s 1 u g g lng, 27-year-old
shortstop polled 283 points in
the annual balloting by baseball
writers announced here yester yesterday
day yesterday while Willie Mays of the Gi Giants
ants Giants finished a, far-back second
wih 185 .points. Hank Aaron of
the Braves polled -168 points to
wind up third.
Banks thus became the sixth
straight member of the Negro
race to win the National
League's tMVP award. Since
1947, when Jackie Robinson
became the first Negro to play
major league baseball, Negroes
have captured the MVP award
eight times.
RobinsOiijron it in 1949. Roy
Campanella won It in 1951 and
again in, 1953. Since -then, nVhas
been Mays, Campanella, 'T)6n
Newcombe, Aaron and Banks.
"Ooohhh. man' exclafihed
Banks Jubilantly when reached
at his Chicago home, "isn't mat
some thine! I'm. tickled to
death." .'
His manager, Bob'"6cheffSng,
aid from Phoenix, Ariz., that
"They picked the right man.. I
wish I had eight more like him."
Schefflng added that Banks,
who has belted more homeuns
than any other shortstop in Na National
tional National League history, "still has
not reached his potential as far
ns hitting Is concerned."
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Robert Taylor In
"Valley of The Kings"
Jerry Lewis in

row, lefto to right) C. French.

row) Humphrey. Palumbo. T. Cunning". E. Scett. T. Womble. Snoderass. Fearon. (Third raw) Glbbs.

and Schoch.

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PALM BOWL TROPHY i Charles .French (left), Don Alexander (right), co-captains of the
White All-Stars, and Phil Cage, captain of the Blue All-Stars, seem eager to get possession of
the Palm Bowl game trophy' which will be presented to the winning team by Governor Wil-'
11am E. Potter tonight at the Balboa Stadium. v

Turf Publications Proclaim
Round Table Horse of Year!;

Table, who during the year set a
world 'record by skyrocketing his
earnings to $1,336,364, was hailed
"horse of the year" yesterday by
the Morning Telegraph and Daily
Racing Form.
Jn the 23rd annual poll of staff
members conducted by the turf
publication, Round Table received
19 of the 34 votes cast with five
each going to Caluipet Farm's Tim
Tarn and Wheatley Stable's Bold
Ruler, four to Christopher T. Che Che-nery's
nery's Che-nery's First Landing and one to
Ralph Lowe's Syndicated Gallant
Round Table, owned by Mr. and
Mrs. Travis M. Kerr of Oklahoma
City and their daughter Nancy,
also was voted the top handicap
horse in the country and tne na nation's
tion's nation's best grass performer.
First Landing unanimously was
chosen, as the best two-year-old
colt and the: best of his genera
tion. -while. Reginald N. Webster's
Quill a .selected as the top ju
venile "filly,
Tim Tam the Kentucky Derby
and Preakness Stakes winner who
broke down seeking, a sweep of
Probable Bowl
Lineups Jan. 1
NEW YORK, Nov.26-(UPI)-Here
are the probable lineups
for the major bowl games.
Rose Bowl -i x-Iow vs. x-Ca-Ilfornja.
' :C .,:.
Orange x-Syractise ys. xr
Sugar Bowl xLoulsiana
State vs.- ClemsMt. -1
Cotton Bowl x-Texas Chris Christian
tian Christian vs, Air Force Academy,
Gaior Bowl Tjexas ys Mist-slsslppi.i':v-''i.l''..i!W.-.i;
, -vif-
x-DerioM team already has
ellnehad invitation.! ., I t Lb-

Peterran D.: Ness. ,D. 'Alexander.

1 ' J . (i-ti-..?' . t
. :- v.-
the triple crown in the Belmont
Stages, was the turf publications'
top three; year" old .while Mrs
Charles 0. Bay's Idun was ; sel selected
ected selected the best three-year-old filly.
Bornastar, owned by J. Gra
ham Brown, was the top handi handicap
cap handicap mare; Bold Ruler ihe best
sprinter; and Mrs. Ogden Phlpps'
iej? me oesi sieepiecnase nqrst
"' r
Pepe, a 6-foot-2 senior -end at
North Carolina State,- will play in
the ; East Wesf Shrine football
game at San Francisco, Dec, 27,
and in the annual Senior ; Bowl
game at Mobile, Ala.:Jan, 1 He
will- te the first Wolfpack player
ever to pky in the East-West
Shows at 8:30 and 9:
A Gay Crooners Production!
t ;o M O R R o vy $
AH seats ... . v 35c
rii-Oii the' 'Screen vJp
"Mister5 Rock And Roll"

Liitz. Ratheeber." jBosman. A-
' ;
Round Table who ratad in ttvo
states and Mexico durine, 19S8
was out of the money only twice
as he swept to 14 vfctories'ln 20
races with four seconds.;; He
earned $662,780 this season, n rec.
Ord for handicao horse and wnn
11 Stakes.. The fniir-Vear.ntfl. tnn
oi prjicequillo had the best of
saaaie.serace. Wi shnmaiiof
rode Round Table in. most of his
Ti r nt n 1... iir'Ili ti f
vav,ca...y.m wuue mrmatz, ismael
Valenwela, Johnny Longden, Wil William
liam William Hartack and Eddie Arcaro
.aisu rone.
'It' will be Canal Zone football
at its best tonight at" Balboa
Stadium as the all-star Blue and
White teams1 take the field for
the first Palp Bowl game to be
played for the .benefit of, the
ynited Fund.- .: ,.
, Forty-four of fdotbail
players :in the Zone will be on
hand ;to thrill .the spectators, in
whatr)romises,tch be an out outstanding
standing outstanding contest, t High ranking
Zone officials, football queens,
cheerleaders,: a vdrill team and
band will be preshent for f the
evening activities.' '' -v:-'
The wlhhln team' will Be' pre presented
sented presented 'thef vlotdr's' -trophy' by
Governor potter," While awards to
the participating individuals will
be, presented by Philip a Steers,
vuHipwoiier, ranaoia uairai.
Wlht a special train bringing
fans from, the, Atlantic Side to
join with the ..Pacific? side en en-thusiastSi
thusiastSi en-thusiastSi a packed' house 'should
be. on hand ; for., .'the opening

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pajvama. pkofessionAl:league::

Teams UMJCixB'
Cerveza' Balboa
3t .0 :
MarJboroiif f;
King 'I k
O, 0.
'A .'1', k mm 1 Air ."V
1 f
Totals iK.o.V O
At Ofyttipio. Stadium: Kings


Came time.jSO

At Olympic Stadium: 'Carta Vieja vs. ;'Cerveza" Bafboj
(Postponed- wet grounds)

. My Conrodo Sai geinrU

Only five.two-Vear-Old fillies
were entered1 ft he $2,000 add added
ed added seven iuflong ,wiremi6 Naclo Naclo-nal''
nal'' Naclo-nal'' Clwsic which vill berun ori
Nirvana;' TItitaf Jabalina, Do-
mitila and Marilyn are the
youngsters entered for the event,
Each win carry 112 pounds.
' Neasham Belle, a highly rat rated
ed rated Chilean-bred mare which is
entered to compete in the Dec.
8 Mothers Day Classic, has not
. yet arrived on the Isthmus but
is expected to be here soon.
According i reports, Neashan)
3elle is a top flighter In her na,-
tive Chile.- 'She will race here
under the colors of the Stud
Venezuela with Tomas Black
burn in charge of her training.
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The main event tor the Siu
day racetrack program will be
the Hong Kong Chamber of
Commerce Handicap. A drawing
will be held among the .Various
series to decide, which gtoup of
.horses will vie for, the $1,00Q
horse racing will be held locally
bfisinhlng oh Friday with the
25th running of the Firemen's
Corps Classic; Six second and
third series imported thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds have fteen entered for the
$3,000 added one mile and one one-quarter
quarter one-quarter feature.
Dependable arid Constantino
are the early co-favorites to car carry
ry carry away the major pdrtion of
the purse.
1 .''' 600 '
Carraway. which anoarentlV
fell from exhaustion in the
homestretch during the running
of last Sunday's Colon Junior
Chamber of Commerce Handi Handicap,
cap, Handicap, had to be destroyed that
same night when it .was ascer
tained that the mare had suf
fered a broken spine.
oOo I
Jockeys Arquimedes Alfaro
and Emilio Darlo were the only
NEW YORK ( UPM--The Louisi Louisiana
ana Louisiana -"State Tigers, "who hope to
climax their best college football
season in 50 years by-winning the
Sugar BoWl'game farft't? today
topped United Press Internation International's
al's International's next-to-last weekly; ratings of
1958 by a vUde margin. s ? i
. Louisiana State, the 7, nailbn's
pnly majorti,jMpdefeated t untied
teanv, received, 30. first-place
votes and, a, total., of ,33? .point;
.after ending its regular season
(10 0) hy.-crushing, Tulane Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 62-0. While the Tigers re received
ceived received only 17 s points less than
the .maximum Dossible .total of
350,l,loWa ladTancedfrorai ajxtlr jto
a l-second-piace tie wun Army.
Each had 246, points. ..
The 55 outstanding coaches, who
rat; the teams,' for tjfp Wlllde Wlllde-term
term Wlllde-term ine the national champion
when they cast their final,' 195S
ballots next week. ;
i Syracuse, which will play. Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl,' was
the only newcomer in the top 10
this week. The upstate, New .York
school took over 10th place in
making its first appearance : of
the season in the select group.
Purdue dropped from seventh to
nth, .'.-si'- v.-.-.
Sooner Fifth r -i
Auburn was fourth with 223
points and Oklahoma was v fifth
with 210. Wisconsin r Was sixth
with 179, Texas Christian : was
deventh with 150,. Ohio State .was
eighth with 85, the Air : Force
Academy was ninth with 76 and
Syracuse followed with 64.
Iowa's Rose Bowl bound, Hawk Hawk-eyes
eyes Hawk-eyes received three,; first place
votesv after ending their regular
season, Saturday with i 31-21 vic victory
tory victory over Notre Dame, r Army,
idle la st week end while Prepar
ing for its Saturday, finale a gainit

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UPI Football Ratings

CV AV; i L Ptc.
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o- 1,:0 'loco
ft 1 '-,.
'(Black) y Carta VJeft'-
riders suspended ever the past
weekend.' Alfaro got four meet
for-crossing Grimllda on the
backstretch with Ml Locura
while Dario was set down'wita
a similar penalty for closing out
his entrymate Argyla while rid riding
ing riding Tinela.
Nogalino and Loberfa were
suspended for 14 days because
they bled from the nostrils aft after
er after their respective races, Sun Sun-fair
fair Sun-fair also got 14 days for fin fin-ishing
ishing fin-ishing lame. Mococoa got 14
day for the same thing.
Canoe got four meets and Ga-zapo-
two for refusing at the
start. ". -..

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With three meets left In this
month, El Dia's selector Damian
Samudio is leading by ;U points .,
ver:nashr Lay.: La Estrella de
fxJ third, 18 points off,
the lead while last month's
come-ffom-behind Winner Ro-
berto Madurd of li Fija, ii 24 m.-"
points behind the leader.-
; oOo f -.' ...
t:,F.6ur throu'ghDridnatavS colts'' "r.
arrived, at the President' EembW'-y
Haras Sah'jose in Chirlqui. They """
win be among the group of two-
year-olds to be auctioned next
February-, Products ; from the
Haras San Miguel ahd the Ha- ""
ras Carinthia will;-also be in- ""
eluded in the sales'. 'f -The
quartet that arrived yes- 1 "!!
terday are sons of Count Cur Cur-ley
ley Cur-ley out of Cluanle, Apprise and
English Mary and an offspring ;;t
of AprontesH-Siteet Smoke.
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Aviadorak Sideral and Mr. Jack
were shipped to Chirlqui yester-
day. Aviadora will be use.a for
breeding purposes while the two 1 i
native horses will most likely see
service as cow ponies.,
1 oOo
Track manager Pablo A. Th'ay Th'ay-er
er Th'ay-er is expected to return. from
Buenos Aires where he bought a
large number of Argentine colts r
and fillies.

Ny. ?nd Ohio State divided ihe

ieniaining iwo first-place votes. 5
Only 19-team wAr ''

on the ballots this week.- Purdue

was inn with .62 points. Clemsoni -.r.
California, Notre Dame, i Florida ij;-,;
MississiDnt. O k 1 a-h o hi a Rtot.

Georgia, Tech and Pittsburgh fol'

luwca in in a i .oruer. ...o

f- 'Many; Season' Finatas .
While Armv fa'pklPt v vtr est. iff

Philadelphia .". Saturday, Aubun .;.
will play AlabamA, Oklahoma wf
meet Okahoma State and tb. :

Cn)lstian will visit Southn
Methodist In other trariiHnn.i
ular season final. Th.
Air Force Academy,, which, ranki

wun Louisiana state ,and Syr' -cuse
as the sumrisp tpnm nt h ...

1958, campaign, ends its regular '

schsuu K8inst coioraao Saturday
The other members of the toi
10-Louisiana State, Jowk, Wis
consin. Ohio Stato!aiwt t

r M Hiiivuab
nave ended their remlar im .. ,'

With the final ins haiutina .M
for next week, Ihe latest ratingi
showed: three Midwestern tnm
two -each from the Soufh am

East and one each .. from thi
Southwest, Midlands and Rockj
Mountain areas in the top io.
' Each coach- select in i. i. rt

the order he rates them natvm ."
ally! Points are award
9-8-7-5-4-321 baali foi a Ct
from first through tenth place.,
Today incantd J25
At b:oo p.m.
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MISMATCH Bi Joe give a'saufcage-siied entry TR.onc-

over during the Kational Fox Hunter WeE



Miss7 The bigger to houna was nonpius Jr.."!?
f Heinle at a hunt how. where he didntv belong.


Baioaa jseerettes,
liuouea rami
Mountain Dew
.n,.m Averages

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' 1.). AnntrnCLtll'LeS

a, but U h i elbeijn

went WAfT&i1

tow T waoe her debut wun
for USA, """"JUn handicap for
. W aerateli Wv next

2rAanmce; 'Fori

Maxine wwuvw rn,iMl led

IE 'Helen Winkler returning
to: 559, neieu """" Wev-

to the l&ld a say
iouOi 512, U handicap.
Balboa BttreMe 4
Mountain Dew 0

. x...- nf George Dili-

i-v Even vne uu 7 ...

u.ith sio and Mabel

S bet ered example wltt

S rwltt :5,:Th.ndicap. For tte.
cellar dwelling Mountain u

was Baos anaronei w" r-
cp. 7'. :. ;
Clidden Faint V4
The Buyers' went on a buying
nree and grabbed off ome
Soici bargain, jy gngTt
hot streak of Glldden Punt. The
bargain kitty of 14 pins the Buy Buyers
ers Buyers picked up in eacVgame ineant
& point, because they won the
opener by 12 andtied the lut one
Without .the 14 handicap i the re re-iults
iults re-iults would have been diterent
' Virgtaia Nessler, wase .Head
Buye : with a package of 547 handi
ftp pin. TheWa Lowande bought
herself a nifty 514 handicap' ?et,
and Betty Brown bargained for a
509 handicap Two of the Glidden
Paints brushed on smooth sen,
Reggie Schmidt 506 and Rose Las Las-tinger
tinger Las-tinger 538, bo h handicap,

Grinker 550 and Ray Burton 524,


Rain Washes Out

3 Straight Games



Notice lot of lum lace

Pro League circles today? ..

Ail tnat gloom is because:

three straight -ralned-out games

since Sunday: And frustrated

baseoaii people are wonderlne if

tne weatner ut even let od

enough to get the schedule bacic

"But mixed -with the 'disan-

polntment was hope that the.
game scheduled for tonight! at
7:S0 af the Olympic ?talium

-, The Kings plan to send right

hander Bud Black, lLittle Rock,

wass AA oouinern Associaoori)

against Carta VleJ a righthander
John Anderson, .(Buffalo, Class

aaa international League
In recent seasons the loop had

scheduled its opening for the

first week .of December, usually

a qrie; montn than November.

But this year there are four
teams, instead of three, and to
get Mhe 72-gante s e h e dule
through la time for th Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Series, set to. begin in Ca Caracas
racas Caracas early in. February 1 an
earlier start was decided.

"The opener should have been

played Nov. X9. but had to be

postponed for the next night be

cause of wet' grounds i

- Marlboro whipped Carta Vleja

4-1 Nov. 20 m the delayed inau

eural and Cerveza Balboa's -l

conquest of the Kings the next

night whetted fan, appetites for

more games. (

But baseball-huncry folk are

II Bandlttot 4 Mix Masters S UI waiting to see another con
'iim Ei Baudittos are storing l-.test; Saturday was open date

wy a lo.. ot wot ineee nays, auuiaunaay s kujm jaariDoro ,w

ciiis weermey smppea ute ih was' rained out. so it was reset

Masters of au tour points. it' ;i fdr Monday, but the rains again

rumorea mai iney uitena iu bUicu math it. nnt

first place, inasmucn as mey are, Last nlptht Cerveza Balboa was

omy one P"1ku': to hav met Carta Vie a, and
nnale did the MaxMasiers oifer a- th. m.

ny resistance but stul lost out by B

la sucks 1

Aii oi the renegade band were

up to par, male ana lemaie, rat

Carter ol luai Miner aiu, uinny

Uassler 530, Sal Laquidara 572,

ana J. Carter iu9 aa naiiaicap.

But Jin Sal's set there were a 212
game and S42 scratch ailair. J. also got himself a. 2C, 20D

Return Match

On Tap Sunday

... i
Football Fans Take Sides
In Annual Army-Navy Clash

Before the campaign comes
to a close Feb., 5, there may be
quite a few postponed : games
squeeted in as part of twlnbills
on dates originally set for sin
' gles. ( i x 1 i

. With the exception of Carta

For tne ftuxMasiers it was strio Vleja. the clubs- all have their

ly a family affair; with Wiley Wu- squads eOinplet; t7 ;

aam&ou suiacKinu ott o2H pins ana The Yankees-are, making ax-

'AhtfJi)i, both handicap:

Keel Kraw J Woedptckers 1

the eve-

the Kool Kiew managed to ... v
in, rt inn Thau tnnk thd BIURT

In the closest duel of


come out on top. iney look tne

hd utter by 40 pinarepeaiea then"
9po game tor a 12 pm pickup,, and
the MixM asters won the last one

Bantamweight champion Ed Edwin
win Edwin Sykes and former 118 118-pound
pound 118-pound king Melvin Bourne are.
training Jot a ten-round re return
turn return bout at the Colon Arena
Sunday night. The weight lim limit
it limit is 120 pounds.
" Bourne defeated Sykes in a
ten-rounder in a National StaJ
dhim fight several months
!'ago"irf ' ;
U The champion earned his ti ti-.tle
.tle ti-.tle by kayoing Claudia Marti Martinet
net Martinet ever a year ago. The crown
rhad i been, Jefg vacant when
Bourne, who had ruled the di division
vision division for some five years;
made ? more than the 118 118-pound
pound 118-pound limit for a champion championship
ship championship match with Claudio.
Although Bourne whipped
Martlnei, he automatically lost

his dladen on tne scales.
In Sunday's six-round semi semifinal
final semifinal r featherweights Arturo
iPuntlllita) Smith swaps!
punches with Valentin Brown.
' Veteran Chocolate II meets
David Wright In one four-t
Toundet at. 150 pounds, and in
the curtain ratee, also set for for-four
four for-four heats, 126-pounderS Jose
Feres and Carfos- Thompson
wiU face eich other. t
I General admission is $1.



l7 Jdl tASCAM' U

77S(4Cascarella. a right-handed

pitcher, put i five, seasons in tne
major leagues with the Athletics,

Army and Navy tangle next
Saturday and praitically every everyone
one everyone in the nation will take .des
except a' handful of other teams,
which will be concentrating in instead
stead instead oh taking a trip to a bowl.
"Although the traditional service

classic between the Cadets and

the Middles at Philadelphia fig

champions closed out their season
with a 31-21 triumph over Notre
Dame; Oklahoma wrapped, up its
11th straight big Eight confer conference
ence conference title with a 40 7 triumph
over Nebraska; Auburn ran its
unbeaten string to 23 games with
a 21-7 win over Wake Forest;

Wisconsin defeated Minnesota,
27-12; Indiana held Purdue to a
15-15 tie; Ohio State beat Michi Michigan,
gan, Michigan, 20-14; Duke edged North
Carolina, 7-6; Rutgers massacred
Columbia 61-0; Dartmouth won
the Ivy League crown by beating
Princeton 21-12, and Harvard;

licked Yale 28-0.

ures to overshadow all other foot

ball business on Saturday, the i

Air. Force Academy, Clemson and
possibly a few other teams can

clinch bowl, berths depending on
how they fare this week.

. Army, wnich nas won seven
games and has only a 14-14 lie
against .Pittsburgh to mar its sea season
son season record, : undoubtedly will be

at least a one touchdown favorite
against Navy, a six-game winner
this year but a two-time loser
to Tulane and Notre Dame.
The Black Knights own a slight
edge in the inter-service rivalry

tnat dates back to 1890. since

then, Army has won 29 of the

games. Navy 2 and five of the

clashes wound up in ties. Navy

won last year's game, 14-0.

' Odds Te Out Window

But all the odds and blackboard

calculations go out the window
when the two academies get to

gether on the gridiron. No matter

what has gone before, either
Army or Navy automatically con

siders it successful season if it Methodist

a a

rangements! to bring down an

additional inlielder, which would

bring the team to full strength.


MIAMI,?-fla (UPI)-Chartes J
I McLennan and Frank E. Kilroe,

two of the nation s outstanding

. a a 1111 ...

ler .ot a gold star on theH- report "J-fS SKSSm'SS

caras, Decause eacn one on Doini"'" -' c-t, VJLZZZJi.
teams went over the 500 mark. ,?. everybody

Kool Krew Tom Thomas 5471 vorH?L iw J? i'i:

Dee Thomas 502, Conely- Cain 584, 7"s "J, "i
Connie Cain 528' and Frank Per J1"' H IJSl
rales 549. WoodpeckersFred Ep-7?i nS,
nlev 528 Andv sterl sis. Audrev Kentucky Derby and gth to the

pley 528, Andy Sterl 518, Audrey'

peiy 532, Lee Massey 559, ana
Shep Shepherd 506.


ta cnt., senators and Keoiegs,

He came up to. the As in 1934

with a 12-15 record ana wouna h

up at qincinnau in '38 wun 4-.
He had only one winning season.

$-8 at Wasnragipn in laooj
while he was a pretty fair jour jour-n.v.nn
n.v.nn jour-n.v.nn nitrher -vho might have

UVJ jiiwas f-

nrninnevd his career he nnaiiy

decided his tslenUJay elsewhere.

Whatever happenea w .w .f
carellae Now 51, he's vice presi presi-dent
dent presi-dent of the Laurel, Md., race
track, scene of the recent $100,000
Fi?ht Results

Jt : unifM prm irnvriMiiviivi

t Leicester, Eng. (UPD-zora

. 191 Vi. Cbanaier, atiz

itoDoed Joe eyaraves oiu

alft ().

NEW YORK (UPI)1 Victor,

Zalaxai' 156, Argentina, stopped

Frank Keating, 151, Wallinglofd,!
Conn. (8).
CHICAGO (UPDt- Charles Saw Sawyer
yer Sawyer 149, Los Angeles, stopped Wil Willie
lie Willie Dillon, 4g, Chicago (7).
Curley (UPD-Curley Monroe, 139, Worcester,
Mass., outpointed Johnny Beans
134V4 Philadelphia (10). : v: :

for a Sugar Bowl berth opposite
Louisiana State, could belo rush

the invitation with a wrap-up vic

tory over Furman. LSU agreed to
servo as host team in the Suaar
Borl alter completing its iirst
perfect campaign in 50 years by
mauling Tulane, 62-0.
There ii a good chance that
Gator. Bowl officials will extend

formal invitations following the
'results of next Saturday's games.

The Air Force Academy and
Clemsqn also are under consider consideration,
ation, consideration, for the Gator Bowl game
at Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 27 as
well : as Pittsburgh mississippi
Texas Georgia Tech Vanderbilt
Florida and Mississippi Southern,
the nation's No. 1 small college


Mississippi Southern, owner of

an 8 0 recordn fin.shes us season
against Chattanooga on Thursday,
in other Thanksgiving Day ton-

tests. Pittsburgh faces Penn

State: Texas meets Tex. A and M;

South Carolina opposes Wake

Forest; Brown plays, Colgate and
Pennsylvania meets Cornell.
"Besides the Army-Navy strug struggle
gle struggle on Saturday, Alabama plays
Auburn;" Baylor meets Rice;
GeorgiOaces Georgia Tech; Mis Mis-sUsippf
sUsippf Mis-sUsippf goes against Mississippi
State; Florida plays hosi to Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, Fla.; Oklahoma State meets
Oklahoma; Southern California
opposes Notre Dame; Southern

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wins ythls one

The Air Force Academyn which
rolled up a 45-7 margin over New
Mexico last Saturday, meets Colo

rado in its season wind-up next
Saturday and a victory virtually

will Insure Ben Martin s Falcons
a spot in the Cotton Bowl at Dal Dallas
las Dallas on. New Year's Day' opposite
Texas Christian.
Texas Christian won the South

west Confernce championship

anp; tne accompanying cotton
Bowl berth 'by defeatinj Rice,
21-10, last Saturday.
Clemson. a leading candidate

tangles with

and Vanderbilt



Rom pairings Compltt
The pairings for two of the four
oldest bowl games were Complet

ed Saturday when California won

the right to oppose Iowa in the
Rose Bowl and Syracuse was in

vited to meet Oklahoma in the

Orange Bowl.

California moved Into the Rose
Bowl withe a 16-15 victory ov jr

Stanford while. Syracuse, sailed

into the Orange Bowl with 15-12

win over West Virginia.
In other games, Iowa's Big Ten


Cia Henriquez S.A., Apartado 459, Colon
Isaac Brandon aV Bros. Inc. P.O. Box 387, Panama City


Safety Pins 4 ? 0
The Safety' Pins were plenty

sharp and stuck the Question
Marks for all four points, snd they
are now br three points out of,
first. Tom o.aith was the sharpest
of the Pins, because he pinpoint-,
ed -his ball against the maple pins :
for a 520 scratch and, 586 handi handicap;
cap; handicap; Kathy Bathurst ;broke, into
tU Balaiii rtt4n Mrirtt i stl A WaV4i

iMCG t ovavih tuu)fr nuu uiw uiuui- isH ffiT

cap, ana jonnny aiy timsnea tne rh w... ,-- .tr.icht you'll make no mistake putting it


Id a


f.mtiv where the father is d i s t i n c t i v e addition to book

" ... j i I r ..

a Green wresuer ana sneives. ine our woru im u,

Hob with 519 handicap. Navy

found the solution to join the

club, and the closest was a
Bea- S roue with 482.

Gymkhana Junday
41 Kobbe Hangar 4

tract limDlv be- on your Christmas gift list.

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Th Panama-Canal land

Club will hold e .gymkhana
Sunday, Nov. 30, at Hangar No.
4 t Fort Kobbe beginning at
1 p.m. (a gymkhana is a test of
skill wlhout speed).
Troph e will be awarded te
he first thrie pi winner
Interetfed partle may con contact
tact contact Mr. Kleischmann Panama
2-0311;.. Douglas, fort Clay Clay-ton
ton Clay-ton 4127; er Mr. Osborne, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2 w. -

a 7

WW L J 4

. ..Ha. it nan m

uy ,,.";, i hnrki th nrose-of the smrited Mullin artistry

liltcly to DC ailOgetuer waicn nas eniueuisiieu our swung
pages for more than 20 years,
along with autobiographical pas-

And if the gents had not res- sages, engagingly revealing, and.
ponded in the indicated manner as they concern Father Milo and
here biology as a sc.ence would his wonderously desperate horse
have been set back seversl cen-playing spouse, delightfully and
turies. The younger son of Mr. .warmly affectionate,
and Mrs. Milo Mullin appropriate-1 Essentially this is a book any

lv became a cartooner, ana can icisureiy anu aosorDingi

this may not be tne ultimate m
deviation, how many 56-year-old
men do you know who spend sll
their time drswing funny little
pictures? Most of us sre merciful mercifully
ly mercifully weaned at 10 or 12.
There is s small erotic group,
comprised of arty analysts, who

would defend this gentleman on

the ground that tne tunny liuie

pictures, as ; well as tne mung
sentimental and rebemour ones,
are so superior as to establish him
mm an authentic genius in his

field, at the same time, grudging

Along i he Fairways

, , 'Iieia, at uiE name uiub, i
' Thi. isnina nf 'nrhfnctinnal ni1r lv ortmittinB onlv a thin line SepSr

Caudill as club teaching pro is ates the luminious f r o m ,; the
announced by the Summit ; Hills looney, and who, can tell for sure?
Golf snd Country Club. If you're ever been in Gene
Caudill halls from Charleston, Leone's famous restaurant oil
West Virginia and is ndw serving Broadway, you no doubt were
a hitch in the United States Ar-confused for some minutes, un-

T.rtin? ave-aaes -(Men) Tun-j my at Fort Kobbe. ;,ble to determine whether you haa
m 168 Laauidara 167 Smith 163 He new Summit pro will be a-stumbled upon a road fompany

tin 1CB TnniiKlara

rTHf Hosier ,137 Batbhurst

134, Williamson 130. i
Slaaper 2 Rebel 2
The Sleepers t started out w th
a healthy 854 garteto ;ake the firs
. chapter, in wTiich .Tu.nt
turned a 203 game,.. At this, stage
o: prociedings the Rebels rebel rebel-led
led rebel-led in no uncertain way, with, a
916 game, which insured them two.
points, because the league 'leaders
won tbeiast one by only 28 sticks.
This even split gave, the Sleep Sleepers
ers Sleepers a one pint lead on the top rung

of the ladder of standings.

vallable for lessons to one and all

beginning this week end. Any golf

er desiring a lesson may make
arrangements by calling Summit
Golf Club, 4-388.' v

Summit Hills .Golf and Country,
Club will be the scene of a mix mixed
ed mixed scotch foursome, golfer tourna tournament
ment tournament this Saturday -Nov. 29 with

tee time set for l n.m

nsment Is open to all


Louvre by mistake, what with a

nrnfimion of oil paintings and

marble statuary peering critical
over customers' shoulders. at the
braccioie of beef and pear sabs-

Obviously a mixed up character

himself, Signor Leone today nost
ed a screened assortment of fel
low out-oatients summoned to ce

Th.s tour-Hebrale the publication of a new

Tithmian hnok, titled "A Hand in Sports".

The, hand, not too. surprisingly,

All golfers planning on playing, being the personal property of Wu

In Snmmit'i nonular Fnlf tnurni.ilard Mullin. .

ment need, only to line up a part

also turned In a 511 ser Ter and si.n the register -at Wei Nostalgia on the Reck.


nA 5.1 handicfio set and he

ablv sunpor ed by Mr,, lead oX
kegler, Bob Mathias, For the R J J-sis,
sis, J-sis, the leadoff and anchor, jmeu
also turned in 5 C series, ,.'Gen.e

cub on Saturdsy. ,f v J. Even in a world where sanity is

Another one cr Chef Tony's da- not frowned uoon a an affects

Hclpus bufet :tupoer will bejtion, and children keep, a .reaoii-

servefl st o ?.,?. w n mu!"tc; ur.aDie pace wiui uie caienoar in av

dancini being' offered at I P.m. taining maturity, this would be a

enjoy, though It will sppeal prl

manly to sports fans whose favor favorite
ite favorite nutrition is nostalgia on the
rocks, with an evocative dash of
Mullin. For a nightcap, there are
interesting personal reflections

stirred by individuals and events
that pass in colorful review.
The book also presents some
cartoons that are new to us
They date back to the artist's
California period. The contrast is
striking, mirroring; as it does, an
unrelenting striving for perfection.
The present notably high jaalily
of craftsmanship and composition

admirably attests to his success.

Publisher's Obstacle.
We found ourselves studying one
of the early Mullins with a necial
interest. Though it is- not designat

ed as such, and very likely Wil-

lard himself is unaware of its his history.'
tory.' history.' this was the cartoon which

first recommended his work to

our department.
On the whole, the text concern concerning
ing concerning the artist and his sketches is
good stuff and presumably accur accurate.
ate. accurate. One flagrant departure from
fact, however, must be noted. The
claim; that he spent $5.50 postage
in submitting copies of his work.
Ig that were true we'd never hear
the last of it, v
As a best seller, "A Hsnd in

Sports," aces, a discouraging

obstacle. There are more Mullin
originals in ,' bomes, clubs, col colleges,
leges, colleges, bar rooms, bowling alleys
snd bookie joints than Univac can
count. How does a publisher soft soften
en soften a prospective customer who
glowingly says; "I already got a

Mullin. of my own?"


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Army Eight-Point Choice
To Defeat Navy Saturday

NEW Y0RK (UPIV Ubbeatenl
Armv was made an eigni-poim.
choice over wice -beaten Mavyj
tnrfav for Saturday s annual
service football classic
Texas was installed
point pick over Texas A and M in
Thanksgiving Day's nationally nationally-televised
televised nationally-televised game.
Army, spearheaded by star nail nail-backs
backs nail-backs Pjete Dawkins and Bob An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, is anxious to avenge last'
year's 14-0 upset when Navy
sprang a "jitterbug" defense linebackers popping in and
out of the line even as signals
Were Caled.
indications are that similarj
Navy tactics this Saturday, de designed
signed designed to halt the Dawkins-Ander-ion
running threat, will be coun coun-tred
tred coun-tred by a Cadet passing attack
led by Joe Caldwell. The Cadets,
wi o peat Notre Dame, 14-2, are
aware' .that Notre Dame took
mostly to the air in its 40-20 tri tri-umph.'over
umph.'over tri-umph.'over Navy.
Texas also is likely to face a
passing attack, since the Texas
Aggies' own one of the nation's
ton tossers in quarterback Charlie
Miistead. .-if.
Both the Thursday and Sato-;
rlav hrnfcramn will be heavily
spiced jJrith "old rivalry''. :ganmf'
those blood and thunder bat battles
tles battles where they start by throwing
the record book out the window
and finish, by ripping down the
goal posts.
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Here's how the odds makers
" vc t,...o
Virginia Military i ; point
Virginia Tech; Pittsburgh 6
renn Mate ; Pennsylvania 7
Cornell; South Carolina1 7
Wake Forest; Brown 14 over
Saturday 1
Georgia TeckjtW Georgia,
evn;' mce 4 oye uayior; Air
Force WcadamyCi'wilh possibly a
bowl bid hanging on the out outcome,
come, outcome, 7 over Colorado; Auourn 7
over .Alabama, Houston 7 over
Texas Tech: -Mississippi 7 over
Mississippi State: Vanderbilt 7
Sver- lenAessee; Nptre IJame 10
vei Souijpern California Arizona
Stale 14 over Marquette; rlonaa
14 over Miami (Fla.); Oranee-
Bowl-bound Oklahoma 1!) over Ok
lahoma State; and Clemson 35
over Furman.
JmiSj, Saturday is the last of the
rfegmst 1958 season, with only
snnfahandful of regular games
next week and thfen the bowls.
Forddy Kennedy New
USAF School Plans
Champ Despife Snow
Forddy Kennedy got' an assist
from an ea.rly snow stprm and
today he's Michigan State's first
NCAA cross country champion.
The Spartans have a wealth of
NCAA team titles they made
it seen Monday, but they nev nev-ier
ier nev-ier could' quite take the individual
crowu. Warren Dreutzler finished
second in 1950 and Hanry Kenne Kennedy,
dy, Kennedy, Forddy's older brother, was
second- in 1!55.
:Torddy. had. led MSU to the
IC4A"' and BigA Ten titles earlier
this season, placing first in the
Sastern meet and edged by
6wa"s Deacon Jones in the Big
Ten. Now came the big one.
'Wjbuldn't it be nice it it rained
or snowed," Kennedy said Sunday
nighty "because if it does, it
would help rat."
He got his wish a two-inch
snowM! that had turned slushy
by race time at the apoioximate-lyvipufi-ile
route ovr Michigan
Static new olf course. It was
madl'ip order for him and he
won by 4P yards.
It was-" an .11 Michigan day.
Central Michigan's Ed Vander Vander-heuvel
heuvel Vander-heuvel was second and Western
Michlganis" -,. Art Eversole was
ihird. Western ws second in the
team-totajj,, and Central Michigan
was 10th.
In addition, it gave Spartan
Coach Fran Dittrich, an MSU
harrier and broad. jumper. in the
mid 1930s, the grand slam of
cross country in his first year as
head coach. Dittrich was long longtime
time longtime assistant to Karl Schalde Schalde-man
man Schalde-man who retired earlier this
Notre Dame, the defending
champion, fell to, .fourth place.
Max Truex, individual titlist from
Southern Cal in' 1957, was ineligi ineligible
ble ineligible this year.
The Spartans finished with 79
points and Western Michigan ha
104. Army was, third with 111 and
the Irish' three points up on that.
Iowa State was fifth at 125. The
second five were Kansas. 144; In In-rtna,
rtna, In-rtna, lft; Iowa. '202: Arkansas,
239 ami Central Michigan 240.
Sports Briefs
Steve iBrooks ran his meet lead leading
ing leading victory total to 14 Monday
wnen he scored a triple t Pim Pim-lico.
lico. Pim-lico. jhe veteran rider from Mc Mc-Cook,
Cook, Mc-Cook, Neb., scored on Sure Proof
($15.20), Judge Ray K. ($7.00.)
and, Comes A Tide ($6.60).
HAVANA (UPD-Ramon Mejias
and. rookie Leonardo Cardenas of
the Havana team in the Cuban
winter baseball league have been
traded' to Cienfuegos for Chico
Fernandez, Frank Herrera and
"Pedro Cardehal. Mejias Is a
member of the Pittsburgh Pirates
and Fernandez and Herrera play
for the Philadelphia Phillies dur--itrgthe
major league season.


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tires, Balboa 1297.
FOR SALE: 1953 Volkrwajtep.
Deluxe, duty pid. ExcellentVon ExcellentVon-dition.
dition. ExcellentVon-dition. $100 under average' re retail.
tail. retail. Robert Wehnar, Box 622,

Southeaistfern" Conference
In Grid xWrap-Up Week'

week m the Southeastern Confer
ence and those traditionally throw-away-the-book,
intra-state finales
are next in sight.
Top ranked, perfect-season Lou
isiana State has salted away the
conference title' and g6ne into
hibernation until its Jan. 1 Sugar
r i j a '..''i...r..i1....M'!
b6wl bids are the main stakes for
The always-exciting climaxers
find Georgia Tech. at Georgia,
Mississippi.-' State at Mississippi,
'Tennessee. at Vander bilt, Auburjn-
Aiaoama at Birmmgnam ana r lor-
ida-Miami at Jacksonville.
Georgia Tech lost its chance for
a major bowl when upset: two
weeks ago by upstart Alabama,
but a win over, unpredictable
Georgia ould nake t a fairly
successful sea soit or the Jackets
Tech' appears' to have a tougher
defense and deeper 'crop of half
backs but Georgia has the power
and the kicking. Tech scouts
brought back awesome offensive
reports after Georgia's 76 0 rout
of TbiHidtVv
Mississippi is reported to still
be in line for a Gator Bowl bid if
the Rebels can take care of Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi State. ..;wpuld appear
that thefitebels- Bavie! the balance
to "do it fiut.jState has a vCfunching
line and quarterback Billy Stacy
a combination that almost upend upended
ed upended Louisiana State.1
Once beaten, thrice-tied Vander Vanderbilt
bilt Vanderbilt has been generally overlooked
by the bowls but a win over un
predictable Tennessee' would" give
tn? Commodores their best record
since "1948.' QMSftfrVftf Boyce
Smihh, halfback Tom Moore and a
pair of fine guards give Vandy
the edge. But Tennessee, appar
Miguel, ,a dappefc Spaniard who
looks like a prize fighter, ruled
the international golf world today
at the end of a tournament which
proved conclusively that Ben Ho Ho-gan
gan Ho-gan no longer is the killer of the
Hogan the four-time winner of
the U.S. Open, at 46 still thinks
he can win that title a record
fifth time. He said so just before
the International Trophy and
Canada Cup championships
opened here.
And then he proceeded prove
that the feared "Hawk" has
dulled claws. 5 ;
Resembles Retired Cop
You might be able to seek an
excuse that it. was trying for the
players to go 72 hoies in lour
days in this mile and a half high
city. But Hogan is,-. a man who
prides himself on his condition
and never -dissipates.
And it was Harry Bradshaw, a
45-year-old Dublin pro who looks
like a retired, New York City cop
corporation and all who plod plodded
ded plodded .through the rarefied atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere tOi tie the younger Spaniard
at. 286' ijWw-
Each of .''.them shot a final
round 70.. Hogan finished up with
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Latter Plaxa. a CA8A ZALDO Centrtl
4th of July Ave. A J St. LEWIS
household- EXCHANUE l. rea.

COLON OFFICE; tSth Street, and Amador lunre Ma.

Home Art!
FOR SALE: Modern furnirura
including lamps and three large -rugs.
Phone: 3-6775V:-'
FOR SALE: i( Mangelironer.
Used three times. Bargain, for
quick sale, leaving. Phona 1-
775- i"
FOR SALE New 36" gai stoVa
$120, inspect t U.S. Army,
transportation depot, hangar No.
4, C.2. Call 3-0099;
FOR SALE: Hoover $10 Elec Electric
tric Electric Ironing Machine (Mangle)
$50. Two fans and mixer, tele telephone
phone telephone Biggs Panama 4-1092 or
1 CHICAGO (UPI) The Baking
Soda Institute :wjll sponsor "Na "National
tional "National Indigestion Week," to, be begin
gin begin Thanksgiving Day.
ently heading toward its worst
won-lost mark in 50 yearshas
tiKsH rvin Bfarflinff tinRptX this
fall witness Mississippi State,
Alabama and Misissippi.
Fourth ranked Auburn is after
its 24th straight without a loss.
The defensively tough Tigers have
only a 7?$tf-with, Qeorgia Tech
this fall to mar a perfect string
that dates back to mid 1956. A
steDned-UD offsnsB aftd. the return
to health of Several key backs
makes Auburn the favorite. Ala
bama, which has given every one
trouble this fall, already has as
sured .Coach Paul (Bear) Brvant
fof a winning season and .an upset
win over AUDurni' wouia make
Bryant thf -biggest man in the
Florida has been, cajled the best
three-flme loset in the nation. The
Gators mnf e coa d only t4-
Auburn as a Southeastefh defen
sive power.' Those losses include
a three-pointer to- Louisiana State
and a one-DOimer to Auourn. Mi
ami has been the' Southeast's
greatest disappointment this fall
(BUDAPEST,- Hungary (UPD (UPD-The
The (UPD-The new Hungarian parliament
will convene next Wednesday for
the first time since the Hungar
ian election NoV. 16, it was an
nounced yesterday. The 338 depu
ties will etect a new presidential
council and a new Cabinet, but po political
litical political oservers expect no major
changes in the present Coaimu
nist leadership. The vote 4ast
week went 99.6 in favor off the
Communist regime. Balloting was
only for or against a list of party
a two over par 74 for a 91
which left him tied for seventh
place, a matter of five shots
There was a day when, if you
put the "Hawk" that close to the
lead you could expect him to
come swooping over those final
holes to victory. But while he
was close all the way he never
could- give it thai old garrison
finish. v-
Ends Up Seventh
t; i- ;
Ben shot; sf 72 tn the first round
which left Him three shots behind
pace-setting Miguel Sala, the Co Colombian
lombian Colombian who is so thin the Mex Mexicans
icans Mexicans call him ''Spaghetti." The
second day, Bradshaw took the
lead at 140 and Hogan's 73 left
him five shots behind. The third
round leader at 213 was Bel Bel-gium'
gium' Bel-gium' Flory-Van Dotick and Ho Ho-gan
gan Ho-gan 'with "TT,"" was f only four
shot away..
In the old days, that was like
eating mince pie for the little
man from Dublin, Texas.
Yet it was Bradshaw, a 45-year
old from; the. 'original Dublin,
back1 on tne'ould sod who made
the big run while Ben labored
through with a 74 which left him
buried in a seventh-place tie.

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SERVICE Ave. Tiveli No,
eta la Ossa Ave. l FUTU UUMI
ee u uasa ave.
na Lefevra I Skreet FARMACIA
Make aemaena happy this X'mai
with a haaring i4 to. hear the ,.
ioyom seunels el Youletide, All
types, sizes tt shapes at Crawforsl
We have receive' a ner ship shipment
ment shipment of perforatesl hardbaartl ar
' pekbeardf with its cerrespendinfl
' aecesories. Thousands of uses in
S heme, shop or office. Visit At
vanida A-vanida Eley Alfaro No. H-159
. FOR .SALE : -Carbed ( $5.00. ca camera,
mera, camera, deluxe electric manile,
console, sewing machine. Crystal.
' Panama 3-6526.
FOR SALE- 2 new 1957 APEX"
electric dryers, one automatic
dish washer and five 1957 new
air' conditioners at five away
price o make room far stew
models. Tropelce S.A. 45th St.
4 and Via EspsAa. Tel. 1-1285
FOR SALE:, laby Grand
style. Phona Balbaa 1630, after
5 p.m. j
FOR SALE: Whirpool Imperial
'automatic washer, excellent con
dition, price $145. Baby bath-
iaerro, $10, Qrts. 23I7-A, Cu Cu-rundu,
rundu, Cu-rundu, Tel, 83-4181
"KIDDIVILLE", Via Espafia No. i
37-182. When doing your Xmas
shopping, atop In at Kiddivill
and see our display f American
and Carman toys, Xmas decora decorations,
tions, decorations, act.' All moderately priced.
We also carry infants and chil children
dren children clothing and footwear, and
many other items, appropiata for
FOR SALE: Large air eompres eompres-sor
sor eompres-sor with 2 h.p. motor. 5 p.c.
chrome dinnette set, quarter quartermaster
master quartermaster beds without mattrssr
wooden Hiboy Camel saddle, Bal Bal-ihoa
ihoa Bal-ihoa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: Phorographic
1 Christmas cards, $15.00 per
hundred. Your negative or ours if
available. Foto El Halcc-n tele tele-phono
phono tele-phono 3-1179.
r"OR SALE:- 30 Metat Uuvera
Approx. Sit 32"x72" 2 Metal
Louvers Approx Sis 50"x66'
$100 each or will negotiate a
sale for entire' let. May b seen
at ELKS CLUB, La Boca Road.
C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
The Caribbean Forced Net
work has announced the fol
lowing sports broadcasts lor the
weeK, -v;
Radio &
Thursday, Nov. 27." Foot
ball: Cornell vs University of
Pennsylvania, 1:15 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 28 Preview of
Army-Navv Game: 3 n.m.
'Saturday, Nov. 29 Football:
Army vs Navy followed by Notre
Dame vs University of South
ern jamornia, 1:15. p.tru -v.
.Sunday, Nov. 30 Football
San Francisco Forty: Niners vs
aaiumore cjoits, 1:45 B.m:
Banday, Dec. 7 Football-
New York Giants vs Detroit
Lions, 1:15 p.m.
. Stateside football scores: Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, 11 p.m.. CFN NEWS:
Sunday, about 3 p.m. at end of
pro football game on radio;
Monday, 6:45 p.m. on Sports
segment, PANORAMA.
Thursday, Nov. 27 Fight of
the Week, 10 p.m. (Rbry Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun vs Ralph "Tiger" Jones).
Friday, Nov. 28 Wrestling,
10 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 29 Football
Notre Dame vs IOwa, 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Dec. 3 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fights, 10 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 4 Fight of
the Week, 10 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 5 Wrestling,
10 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 6 College
football, 3 p.m.
Former Budget Han
Extend Term
Of US Officials
NEWARK, N.J. (UPI) For Former
mer Former U.S. Budget Director Perci Perci-yal
yal Perci-yal F. Brundage recommended
last night that the elective
terms of the president, vice pres president
ident president and congressmen be extend extended
ed extended to six years to relieve politi political
cal political pressfure in government.
Brundage said if this method
were adopted, "we would really
have a donnybrook every six
years, but during the other five
I think Ive might get more atten attention
tion attention to business and lest influence
exerted by pressure groups and
Brundage made the comment tn
a prepared speech before the 28th
annual meeting of the New; Jer Jersey
sey Jersey Taxpayers Association here.
MOSCOW (UPI) -rThe Soviet
army newspaper Red Star during
the weekend accused Tu rke y.
Iran .and Pakistan of a "short "shortsighted
sighted "shortsighted policy" in negotiating
with the United
fens pact.
States for a de-


EST ADOS UNIOOS 14S Central Ave.
- Juste AJraunena Are. and Si St.
Real Estate
FOR SALEv tota 500 and 1.000
meters, im the Nuav Hipodram
' Urbanisation, across tha Remen
Racetrack. All lata 'with atraat
frents. sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. : McBarnatt.
TaL l-257. I. ;
Farm in New Arraijan, 6 hec hectares,
tares, hectares, modern house, 2 floor. Tel.
FOR SALE Special Ian beat
for Drive-in, market, boite, af af-ficet;
ficet; af-ficet; 50th and 16th Streets.
Phone 2-0193.
Dancing and guitar lessens, exer exercise
cise exercise far ladies. Atlantic teenatara
Club, Coco Sol. Registration
November Thursday e Friday
from 2 to 4 p.m. Mrs. Dohalson,
Tel. Coco Sol 753. s.
MOSCOW (UPI) Th Soviet
ship Ob left Kaliningrad yesterday
for the antarctic with a team -of
Soviet scientists, the official So
viet; news agemy Tass reported
today. ... .,-! .-
Pin Pals
Hi Hos
Cherry Pickers
Jon-I Cols
Wing Ding
Pin Pals 4 Hi Ho's t
The Hi-Ho's were low-lo' when
tha Pin. Pals took all four credits.
The Pin Pals strengthened-, their
position on top of the heap, kick
Kelley .1 waAxeally clicking with a
209 sineleton and 553 scratch, and
590 handicap ana nis partner boo
Brakke bolstered the Pin PTs
success with 504 handicap. The
Hi Ho's were left out of the inner
sanctum but M. Wilson was nearly
admitted with 478.
Peppers 3 Jesters t
Th Jesters, did -not enjoy the
humor of the treatment handed to
them by the Peppers, who iook
three points. Fran Canady had a
real- spicey series, 501 scratch and
612 hdep,. and he ws ,the. spear-.
head for the Peppers atiacx. nay
Land and Bill Burmesiter with
their 509 and 547 series hdep, en
deavored to cast aside the rep-
pers, but had no success.
' Stinftert 3 Win Dbf 1 ...
. The Wins Dines., although lode
ed in 1st olace started, out as if
they were first placers, when they
took the measure of the Mingers
by 104 pins. However they lost
their winning touch and the Sting Stingers
ers Stingers stung them for 4he remaining
three markers. .,
Doh McGuire. blasted a 201 and
526 scratch, and lady Bea Ballard
helped Don and the Stingers witn
556 Handicap lioc ana marg wu wu-bhrn
bhrn wu-bhrn with assistance of Charlie
Jackson, were the Wing Dings
Standouts, with 504, 532 and 533
sets handicap.
Cherry Pickers I
Jon I Col 1
Norreen Jones was the on ef
fective weanon that the Jon I
Colls had to offer, and while her
533 series was tops, it was not
enough when the Cherry Pickers
had three devesting pickers when
Georgie Beaver and nis little wo
man upset 562 and 550 pins nana nana-icap,
icap, nana-icap, and Mike St. Michael sunk
542. All of this resulted in the
Cherry Pickers having three ere ere-dit
dit ere-dit chits, and the Jon-I Colls one
chip. V "A-..--.
Lucky Dreamees
One Eye Open
Gutter Gals
The Roses
Alley Cats
.Outside of the
all seven teams are in a scramble
for the top spot.' Three teams are
tied for first place, and the quintet
in seventh slot is only four points
.011 tne pace. I
levHea 4 roadside
In a match that could turn the
tide in the Coffee and Donut Loon.
the. Beauties swept all four points
from the heretofore leaders, and
forced the ; lattep lassies Into 1
triple tie.
The ladies of pulchritude charm
ed the tenpins off the lanes, four
of them going into the 500 class.
Jean Sullivan solved 527, Daphne
Bauer bowed with 520, The! ma
Futsal felt no pain in getting 529

WANTED-Salesmen lor alec ;
; Meal appliances articles and Hi-:
Fi accessories, Apply Tropeleo,
S.A. 45th Street and Via Espafta.
alcoholics anonymous;
drawer1 "a". diablo
box 111 i. cristobal, cx
tmHt BALBOA 170
FOR SALEi 1957 Joknson 15
h.p., vMt. extra tv tankSwMew"
condition, never used ( in salt
waNr, SS2S.0O. TfJ. rM5, 4
' Balboa.". . j f
' ST. LOUIS. Mo. tUPIKBaroIa
Pippin said today he didn't bag
any deer on a recent hunting trip
butjdid shoot his car's exhaust
pipe. He couldn't get the auto
started.. after-.smashing the ex exhaust
haust exhaust pipe when he hit a tree,
Pippin jaid,-'. so. he took; dead aim
and shot the pipe free.
LONDON fUPD-A bank that
opens in thr plush Mayoir dis district
trict district next week will .try to at attract
tract attract lady' customers.. The Bat'
clay's Bank branch will have a
woman manager;, .a ladies' writing
room and a powder room decor decorated
ated decorated in pastel shades, ',
and Miml Metzger finished the job
with 506. The only Broadside to
get self satisfaction was Betty
McCloud with her 542.
One Eye Opn 3
Lucky Dreamers 1
A see-saw condition, proved s
nightmare for tine Lucky Dream Dreamers,
ers, Dreamers, because the Dreamers bowl
ed eoodc names but just were not
luckv. On the other side of the

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scormg-iaoie, mp, une yr "jjDtav.f J6, It .wai announced today,
o u-t-f I tUook advantage of f the

breaks winning the opening .game
by 11. the. last one by. two and tne
TP bv three. The Dreamers, mar
gin was-ten tenpins in- the mid middle.
dle. middle. The little gal with a big ser
ies was Anne Hill with a mighty
602 hdep, and only regret was
that the series went wasted in
the Lucky Dreamer's cause.
All of the One Eye Open joined
the deluxe column, M a r ee 11 ai
Plucker 538, Louise Broadhurst
509, Nancy Mokray 556, Prissie
Reade 505, and Vi Wolitarsky 525.
Of course, there were heroines for
tne: ireamers. because beside
Ann Hill; Joan Prusinowsky had
527, Jean. French -516 and Eva
Lee ,503.
Martians 4 Alley Cats 0
.The Martinans invaded-the,
haunts ec the Alley cats and 'wan 'wanned
ned 'wanned the. kittens for all -four1 points
without too much -difficulty. The
ringleader of the invading hoarde
was 'Thelma Guibert with,' a, cos-.
mic5"B02 series.-ana bv nersfde
was Bev Jackson with '567' weap-1
on, and firna Foster 511. The omy
kitten that fought back was Mary
Lund with her 507 weapon.
Roses 3 Gutter Gals 1
The Roses took the first Chapter
from the 'Gutter Gals,- alias Lane
Ladies. However the Flores, re
laxed and the Gals snapped up the
second game. With all. honors
even, the Roses rallied and look
the next two points.," Both teams
uiaiaueo iwo in ine euiftj eiaas,
Gutter Gals: May Calbott 5200 and,
Leone Stikler 507. For the1 Roses.
Dolores, legalised 504 and,: Anita
Fassons 509. - '.,,., :- ;-
Farley Predic!$T
GOP Nomination
For Nixon In '60
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CHICAGO) Nov. 26v(i?PI)'J 26v(i?PI)'J-Former
Former 26v(i?PI)'J-Former Democratic N a ti o n a 1
Chairman. James Farley has pre predicted
dicted predicted that Republicans will homi-'
nate Vice President '.Richard M.
Nixon to run for president in 1960.
Farley, speaking yesterday in
Chicago, said New York Governor
elect Nelson Rockefeller; could be
discounted as a GOP presidential
Rockefeller. Farley 'said, is at
'his highest point politically now
and still faces two sessions of the
state. legislature -before the 1960
convention. ; 1
Farley, formed U.S. Postmastei1
General and. contender, for the
Democratic 'nomination,. to, the Se Senate
nate Senate in the recent elections,. Said'
Rockefeller, would .have to make,
ah excellent record ar Governor
to sustain hi popularity. v.n
v Nixon, however, .will 'not-'-b
faced .with the controversial -problems
of a governor or a U.S.
senator in the next-' two years,
Farley said. ,',: ...1
The former Democratic chair chairman
man chairman said his nomination for the
senate -was blocked bv- Gov.
Averell Harriman and political
leaders Carmine de Saplo 1 and

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IrL'D love Leads
Model To Sail;
Thence To Jail
course of true love led to jail
here w4ay for Marge Cator
17, an Attractive London" mode!
stowed away on the luxun
liner Himalaya In a vain attempt
to .join- her. Australian sweetheart
ar Sydney.
Margo, insisting "I have no re regrets,"
grets," regrets," was imprisoned pending
deportation to England when the
ship docked here. She had slept
on deck and -lived on chocolate!
and cakes given her by passen
gers for 12 days before being dis
covered by ship's officers.
Asked to name the sweethjar
for whom she dared the stow stowaway
away stowaway voyage, Marge tossed hex
head 'and told reporters, "That's
my secret."
-"The captain scolded me wher
I was discovered and locked nu.
in an. isolated hospital," she said.
"They did not treat me roughly
"You way, think it foolish
me to .stow, away, but to me get
ting to see my sweetheart is thi
greatest thing in the wold. O
course, I am very sorry to hav
caused so much fuss,, but I have
no, regrets'
Hungarian "parliament will eon
vene. next Wednesday for the firsi
J tiisia :tn-."4-h.. natinnal alaiiHftns
today's Opening
WEW YORK. Nov. 26 (UPI)
Stocks- resumed, their advance a
La moderately active opening to
had left prices down sharply fror
the recent record highs. .
A long list gained. Most change
held to fractions and the volumi
lightened from recent sessions
possibly because of the impend
mg. noaaay wmcn wm do sireicn
ed -to a long week end by man:
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Advocate Asbestos t.90b
Amer Cyanamid 31
Amer Motors 35'
' Am Tel and Tel 193
Anaconda Copper 57
Arkansas Fuel 39
Atlantic Refining 419'
AVCOMfg. 1
Bethlehem Steel ; 47
Bicroft Uranium 89b
British Pet T 7-18
Burroughs 35
Canadian, Eagle 7b
Celanese 26
Cerro de Pasco 43
Chance Vought 48
Chicago. Gt West 46b
Chrysler' 51
Cities Service 57
Coastal Carlb 1
Creole. Pet 69
Crown Cotp and Seal 25b
Cuba Venezuela Oil
DuPont 197
rtErPasd Nat Gaa 31
Eversharp 22
Fairchild Eng 10b
Fargo Oil i 9
Felmont Pet 7
Gen Dynamics 63
Gen Elec 67
Gen Motors .,. 47.
, Gen Plywood 20
fcGetty Oil. 28
Gulf Oil 1172
Harsco Steel 38
Hayden Newport 12
Howe Sound 11
Imperial Oil 43
Int PetrnlAum 1ia.
Martin Co. SI
New Eng T and T 151
Northrop 28
uiin Matnieson 37.
Pancoastal 5
"Pan Tarsal S.m
Phillips Pet' 44
Pure Oil 39
RCA, 39
Reynolds Melal 66 V
Royal Dutch. Shell 50
i oan jacimo 31 O
.,' Shell T and T 2a
Signal Oil and Gas, A 40
', Sinclair Oil 60
. Socony Mobile 48
, Sperry Rand 22!
Stan Oil N.J. 57'.
,, Sterling Precision 2
Superior Oil 1770b
Texas Gulf, Prod 33
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United Aircraft 62
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' "r hristmas GOOD TURN" is in operation under the auspices of Canal Zone Boy Scouts f
"America Booths have been set up near civilian and military commissaries in the Canal Zone
.S!S to donate food stuffs. The' food will be distributed at later date to various
Panamanian orphanages. Mrs. George F. Clementson and Roy A. Jerdini of Panama City re receive
ceive receive a Circular describing the "Christmas Good. Turn'' program at the entrance to the U.S.
Army Commissary at Corozal. Boy Scouts are, left to right, David MusBr'falCseAnpdhSrJ

CZ Scouts Launch Christmas Good Turn' Drive

, The Canal Zone Council of the I

Boy Scouts of America has ap approved
proved approved a. community project
known as ''Christmas Good Turn,"
Hrhich will comprise the collection
nd distribution of toys and food
atuffs to various orphanages in
' The term "Boy Scouts" iircludes
Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and Ex Explorer
plorer Explorer Scouts. "Christmas Good
Turn" is to be accomplished in
three phases.

Phase I, which is currently in
effect, envisages the collection; of
toys by the various scout organi organizations.
zations. organizations. Each scout is encouraged
to donate at least one of his own
personal toys which is in an oper operable
able operable condition to the toy collec collection
tion collection drive.
Phase II, which was begun on
Nov. 24, consists of collecting' i i-tems
tems i-tems of food stuff. Collection box boxes
es boxes or booths manned by older
boy scouts and explorer -scouts
will be established at astrategic

locations at the Panama Canal

Co, and miliiary cammissanes.
Commissary., pa'rons at these es establishments,
tablishments, establishments, willbe permitted to
donate; items of staple or canned
food stuff to the Boy Scouts.
The food wili be stored vat a
central location until Dec 22,
at which time, it will be distri distributed
buted distributed equitably among the va-"
riout orphanages, based on the
number of orphans within each

Dulles US Will Use Force
To Keep Berlin Lines Open
WASHINGTON, Nov. 26- (U PI) -Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles $aid today the United States will use
all means, including force jf necessary, to keep open the
road, raj and air communications to Communist-encircled
West Berlin. t -H V
ti Meanwhile Soviet foreign minister, .Andrei Gromyko
has met wifh East German leaders in Berlin to discuss
current political questions, the East German radio an an-.
. an-. bounced today

rh dramatic announcement

of uiomyno 8 visit to uie capital
oi tne Kast Germao "iiemucra
tin teume'a Eepubiic" did not say

when- uie taas tooic piace. It

said the Soviet loreign

had been there "in receui, uajro.
; The current political ques-

,Vions undoubteaiy concerned

the new Communist urive
take over the whole of parti partitioned
tioned partitioned Berlin.
The radio said Gromyko met
...H.I, ..t norma n Premier Otto

Grotewohl, foreign minuter i-o-

that Bolz and commuiuBi. r-j
hofis Walter Ulbricht. Soviet am.

bassador MikhaU G. pervuknm

also sat in on uie meeiB.
a-hfl broadcast said Gromyko

Atiri th East German leaders

"had an exchange of views on

current political quesuuu
ceming the two countries. .

A spokesman ior mc
embassy In East Berlin sa d
n,nmvVn was nht in East Benin

at the present moment.

The announcement
i.ti rnmmnnist confer-

ence came as the U.S., British
and French commandants in
Berlin met for two hours and
five minutes in the Komman Komman-datura
datura Komman-datura building in the Amer American
ican American sector to map plans for
defense of the city should the
Communists tako any overt
actions. . !..' .r. .r.-The
The .r.-The Western eommandants,
accompanied by thei troop com commanders
manders commanders and political advisers,
convened to study among other
rnmmimist threat

tn ntprfire with Allied trams

runninft from-Benin to wesw

riprmanv Tt was their first ses

sion, since Soviet Premier Nikita

Khrushchev's Nov, 10 speecn
threatening; to turn over occupa occupation
tion occupation powers to the East German

The East German Communists

accused the United Stajs of
shipping war material from West

Berlin to West Germany aooara
Aiiferl trains and the West brac

ed for possible Redr attempts to

board ana searcn mem,
SAC Due To Fire
Missile Next Month
v a uriTrNTiTJ; T?.in AIR FORCE

nARW rnlif Nov. 26 (UPD

Lrhe Strategic Air Command, the

country s urst aeiense- agamai,
aggression, will go into the mis missile
sile missile business early next month
urhpn it. fires its first ballistic

missile here at the country's
newest and largest missile range.

A Thor intermemaie-range
ranc ballistic missile (IRBM)

capable of flashing .1,500 miles

through the Bkies nas Deen cnos cnos-en
en cnos-en as the weapon to signal a
start of a new phase of the na nation's
tion's nation's missile and space age pro.

fc .T.Biinp.hinc of thA IRBM at the

Pacific: missile range will be by
the 704th Strategic Missile Wing

of the Strategic Air uommana s
first missile division. It will be

the first time a Thor has been
fired by the SAC crew as part of
its operational training pro program.:
gram.: program.:

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'. Luciano Yanes,: of the- Island of
Rio Azucar in San Bias, is a hero
today in his village because of
bis outstanding accomplishments
at the Institute of Mechanical Arts

in Divisa

The story involves a pig and
chickem, and exemplof et the re
tultt of the co-operative etf orts
of the Government of Panama
and Point Four. -; s
v r..
In 1957i the lervicio Coonerati.

vo In eramericano de i Educacion

(SCIL E) established a course a

vocational agriculture at Divisa

under the supervision of, George
L. iReisner, Point F6ur technician
now stationed at : Bangkok; Thai Thailand.
land. Thailand. ..: :ii

' As part; of the course, it was

aeemea necessary ao sponsor su

pervised : projects,' jn which the
students would; acquire practical
knowledge, apply the theories they
were learning in the classrooms,
and begin small agricultural en en-terprises,
terprises, en-terprises, even though they were
still in school.
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In this manner, SCIDE wish wished
ed wished to help in the 'formation of
future farmers in Panama.

YaneSj abiding' by the rules "of

mese supervised projects, receiv received
ed received a Hampshire suckling pig, with
the understanding that it should
be crossed later 6n with a full-

bred hbe of the same breed. Since

there are no hogs now beinc rais

ed in San Bias, he -had to raise

his pig on the school farm until
the time camitor., it: to be: cross-.

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' This aecempiished, the animal
wa broopht to Panama City and
nt bv olane from Paitilla Air-
.port to Nargane, and from ther
in a mall canoe to Rio Azucar.

. Jerome Casely, vocational api apiculture
culture apiculture professor at the school, ac
companied Yanes on the trip .to
install this beautiful hog, weighing
approximately 4Xk pounds, in its
new home on the Island, where
the young student had prepared a
cement-floored sty -to lacilitate
cleaning. i ;
Next to. the sty, Yanes built an
excellent chicken-coop where he is
developing a nother project which
he started with 30 chicks.

This first protect of Yaneamet

With some difficulty.

.taseiy learned at this on the

same night he got to the villaee.

when he called a meeting to ex explain
plain explain the. reason for his visit, and
the effect that Jhig project' would

nave on tne agricultural develop-

meni 01 tne isianas.-

Caseiey wat told: that year
before,-when .Yanes brought hisX
hen project to the island, torn

tjclsagreement arott among the
t-f lr.U.k:.. TL. ... k'

far as to try takhig the thick
ont away from him.
This-was riim tn th tart tkot

raising of animals in laree Quanti

ties is forbidden oir the 'Islands for

sanitary reasons, because they are
heavily populated and : there is

tvery little space available.

aven so, once me islanders

were informed of the details of

the project that was .. ,: about to


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Hong Kong Group

Showing Slides i
At CofC Friday
Through, the courtesy of the
Chamberv of Cflmmerce, the Hong
Kong -Government Trade Mission.

now visiting Panama, is giving

an exhibition of slides of Hong
Kong at the Chamber of Commer Commerce.
ce. Commerce. Building, Avenida 5-33 A-18 at
8 p.m. on Friday.
The general public is cordially
invited to attend.

begin with this hog they gave their
approval The explanation wa; :
translated into the San Bias lan language
guage language by t)avid Torres, a native
teacher, n - ',,
Later, rsorae of the inhabitantg
of the island spoke tot thank SCIDIJ
for the aid given them, in helnine

with their agricultural develop? 4

uiciH. uuiiic ajsu pi umisea 10
take advantage -of the lessons thejf
will get from the project in the
hands of Luciano Yanes, a son of
San Bias, and an honir student
of the Institute of Mechanical
Arts at Divisa, u

US Banks Have
Assets Of Nearly


comptroller of the currency re

ported yesterday that as of Sept.
24 the ,599 active national banks

in the united States had assets

of nearly $122,500,000,000.
This was 14 million dollars be

tow the figure reported for 4606

banks on June 23. the data of llu

preceding call by the comptroller

Iemand deposits in the national

banks rose by $1500,000,000 to

?56,600,000,00. Time deposits to

taled $39,200,000 affincreasa of

so million dollars.

During the period between calls
the rport said, the banks hriAsrH

their holdings of U.S. government
securities by 683 million dollars
to ; $35,300,000,000 or 28.S per terit

in- assets,

I Weather Or Not

This Weather Mnni-t tnr 9i J

noura enaing x a. m. today U
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Crlstebai

, High, 90
Low v 14
High '99
Low n 63


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RAIN (inches) : .88
- (irtnerharbors) 82


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