The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Uth TEAR

Oxonians i p a

jJvtPost Early

ForCIrUfmas

' Zoiiltn who, Taft T lending
Christmas package orear.da'by
boat wall to friend and relative-
off tht Isthmus should
not delay .la getting their
f Chfistmas correspondence -Into
the mail, Canal Zone postal ol ol-flcralt
flcralt ol-flcralt warned today '
- The last possible Hat en
: which mail for Europe can leave
the Isthmus and reacn Europe
; befortr Christmas, is Pec. fi,
This la also the last knows
' date -for Christmas mall for
t ths States,, in order that dt-
livery mave be .certain -, by
''.Christmas.
The Ancon of, the ."Panama
1 line: leaves Cristobal Dec.": but
tht next northbound sailing of
the Panama Line 4s not ( until
PvlT. !" v
7' It iav" possible, postal fJK

dais aald, that were jw P"
snail ahipments to the United
States on other lines in the
week of Dec. 7 to 15, but. there
:1b no definite date .uiese
at thift. time. 'n
- An additional' ten days rls al-
u.meA thnse who are-sending

'v cards -or packages -by air mall,'

V which would maKe? tne last aaw

focjDsthmian departure 'on Dec
KWJka' insure Christmas deliv-
ery.
33U:i:n Slinls
e j
V,.4,., 1 Wr' lour

' Latin- series students frem 17

1 '. front th "I'S ; Army vatwiDeaa

School fSj'lWy Iet,n" l

' rarMAnf htitl Tcet)tiorr mark-

V lug th successful completion c
, 70-week courses 'which started in
July of. this, year; as well i as sey sey-ralvAhnil
ralvAhnil sey-ralvAhnil eourses.wuL JtMa Held

in the- Post Theater starting at 3
1 pm Attendant iH be' bj'invi-
tatim,nly.
' fctudents rom fcohvia r3f
rnxta -Rica. Cuba. Ecuador,. El
; Salvador' Guatemala, -Haiti," Hon-
. aurasr -Mexico, iicrasu
y ia, Paraguay, f eru, Uruguay --'ntrarit-nd
the United Stales
rnmnosa the current fradusting
i class Awsrds will bepresented
' to th honori atudent s of t ah
course.- '
toiplomstie1 'tepresentatiyes f
most nations (With student anroll-
' cd in tht School, will participate
in tht v ceremonies.- Two athletic
awards 'will be presented to 'the
g invest outstanding athletes sjy
ig. Genj Milton L.-Ogden, 'dt'
puty commanding general of tl
- USArmf Caribbean Commani
iiuslc will be presented by the
. 79th Army Band-under the j direc direction
tion direction of CWO Ernest K. Hich. ; f
K Bfshop-Jesus Serrano f Colon
will offer the Invocation and ben
ediction CoL Cecil ; Himes, the
Commandant of the US Army
Caribbean School, will make the
introduction and Ogden will make
the graduation-apeech-and present
tht diplomas. i.

VFV: Again ;Sfiorisors Essay?

Contest To rSkfecfiiGenerah:

.i
The 'Panama f Canal department
- Veterans- of Foreign- Wars; again
: it sponsoring an essay .contest to
elect "Admirals and Generals for
T' a Day" in connection with the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Command's Ar med -Forces
Dty celebration tm Jan. 10.-
,Tbe, competition, is "open W boys
and giris enrolled in., the 'junior
- high" schools at Balboa and. Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal or in the 7th and eighth grades
at St. Gary's SchooU ..-.f.
, Each contestant, is to; writs a
short essay 2 words, or ',lesf
on., "what. Armed r orcts Day
- Weshs to Me." Entries, will' be
-.collected by school officials .and
must be mailed to the VFW -con
' test' committee before Dec. 23,
according to George "W. Love,. V
FE project offiser.- i t
I vTht winning youngsters'- will:
SHOPPING
DAYS TO
CHRISTMAS
READ OUR ADS

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JwHIRLINa AKD? TWIRUNG, In nonchalant fashion arVf these .kiddi'9s,among.lhose -participatlnr Inthe HulavKoop Contest sponsored by the Caribbean
. Armrand Air Force'Exchangr Service,' Nearly 250 young (enthusiasts battled it out. in the .enduranco rcompetjtion,-in weather o hot-that ,some of the

'vne Ahmit mtAmaii.frv and not-so-small irv danced: cvrated aMdelnAnstrat6da1eeil,iskllv lnvttoe:'f4m'';enetitH)',rim

"".TnhnR wriirht.- Jr.. USARCARIB chief of staff:Col. Walter J-Preston. Jr,.0-1: Lt. Col. Claxence A Dooley executive-off icer"'Of the

and?Maj AlvinE.- YTeber.'central exchange offlcerv-(U.S

Gfr.bca Penitentiary Guard Jailed

FcrJtcirns Egss
A, uard. at Csmhoa .Tenitsnua.
ry vdioiihstrucled prison 'to
helphim steal-eggs-from the pe pe-mtentisry
mtentisry pe-mtentisry fpenhouses, s'wsa's jailed
forf20Pday ty- Judge' John1. Pern,
ins atf JBalboa Magistrates, Court
Tt iiiT(r. who' will lose is Job
when-'ht;''comesi.outof jail,4s E-
duardo i Un iJnaz 24, ranama-
HeVa4 accuse! stealing fouri
4;WouId:Be Tunny;
BujTArmy Settles
FoHTriplenMaybe
; There -was great excitement this
morning in the Public1 Information
Office of the U.S. Army when
cnmohnlvi reoorted that auadru-
plets had-been-born-in CocoSolo
ThMe .was-also sreatreioicmg
in the PanCanal PubhciJnforma-
tion Office as. tne news iiasnea
around because it's years since
they had -anything 'more specta
cular than twins, in vueweeiuy
"stork report. T- a.,
ed -and found to be wrong.? It ap-1
parentlr stemmed Irom news or, a
woman who had not. given birth
unf .' W.it V IaaItaj) : 'j.ttiMifrW ..Jill
she
might be' in for triplets.
4
eSft'Mwtr fiws.str-ntlgnta"
rank, for 'two ays tf fficial ac-v
j tf vities en Ms sides an the lath'
mosses they takt'tvee. the ho-c
nbrary, i--!ns'of U.S. "Army
rbbin, i Caribbtan jAir Com- i )
mand itndthtlStht.NavaJ' 0

-'Hieir-ltlfier'aryiOr.Frlday.tJanJDiaz facUon.lnMhe National' As

9, liDcliideg -courtesy call at the
Cabal sZone ."Governor s ioiuce,; Ar
mvt Navy and- Air Forcef head
quarters. A luncheontours 'of lser-
vicb installations :anp: an appear-.
ance 1 oven the Caribbean 1 f orces
Network .lalso: are on .the agenda
for that-day-. -- .V-, v
The -,VlP,TOUlinexfor)'ithe. yodth1
ful 'admirals and generals' VwuT
continue n Armed Forces -Day,
whm winners i and their, parents
will be- guests at the ceremonies
scheduled lor tort warn as-weu
as Albrook Air' Force Base.
Each winner -Js-to -receive S-spe-Flal"v"Miiftcate,
svmbolisfnrhisi a-,
chievmemV Dutmg their' of filial
rounus 'te youngsT,erB(lwiuDe' mk
rimTa-ninri..hv escorts ,retresfehlllnE'
the, VFW f andthe''tju-ee ? services;
-.. TiniY trune inntni,yearuiaii me
eompptfl ton -has-been sponsored by
tht VFWvJLast year pthose chosert
4s 'Admirals' and .Generals, for.
Day'wereSherta .Beynolda Aid
Frsnk w RybicKt jx othtvom m.
Mary's (School; Jo EJla Jenkins
and John Wj, Carlson of iBalboa
and:Carj)r-Bruland. andRaymoad

"V
I)
Froni PcnHens
i V twJ il rf? n t 3
ioMn-tztt valued if S?8ttVwf-Ji
Tht court was told that Jt' hid
:beea noticed that tbt' penitentiary
hens dii-not1 seem to- be layinir so
wellorecently It was- tht- custom
for a "trusty" pnsoner-to.be sent
up to tht henhouses 'every day to
collect the -eggs and' clean- -out
the houses
'( It, was found when an !nvestiga
tion Was made-thatv some dozen
eggs were hidden in a sack 4n a
corner of one of the .houses-All
the eggs .were lightly marked ith
a pencil and put -back in the sa ck.
r Later, piaz was caught with
them and it came to light that he
had instructed the henhouse pri prisoner
soner prisoner to hidti; the eggs in the sack
for lum..i,
Vice-President Dial
Hits RP: Regime
At Press Meeilng
Vict '".'President Temistocles
Diaz complained yesterday that
he la not summoned 'to aptena
cabinet meetings as providedo by
the constitution. ', -.
Diaz,- who .broke with1 Presl
dent de la. Guardia -ind the
National; Patriotic. Coalition last
vear- aired the eomplalnt at a
press conference held 'at; the
casfi del Periodista.
The Vice president alsa toot
issue 'with tht rate at which-
new J,cedulas" are- being .issued
and ''denounced the new elec electoral
toral electoral Jaw as tantamount to -'i
dictatorship because It only
provides for the recognitiori. of
two political parties.- However
he 'predicted that a united 'op
position. jrront lnoorporating' 80
percent 'pf the populace wui pe
fprmedv. .-i
Diaz also said that he favors
the., .'restoration i of political
riglfts' to twice ex-President Ar Ar-nulfo
nulfo Ar-nulfo Arias :and said, that ''As
semblymen representing: the
jsembly will ; present a-' MIL' ,io
time;. 3
-lte critidlzedthe -"pollcy-'of
selfishness" shown by- the V S:
State." Department", on, treaty
matters -with Panama as' "in
J Diaz also "branded doarV'ie-
centty negotiated by the- De la
dus(rdla;admmlsu:ationas un-l
produfitlTe'.aha : burdensomejjf'f
...max w.1 ftrtnmnnnl" 1. tiv; a
large group of ..fnepds 'arI cfcl
.'lowers' who heartijy app.au 4ed
ever jr, time Tie op through.', ani
svenng"' question.' ,ii
A ... 'iT,1:, r,
HuriHhgBqhriedijH
"-'far- t uilA.
In Rip;HatO"Afea:
. Huntings will- be, banned" in' .the
Rio Halo" area early'. -next 'month
dHe -to '.'training requirements,
Headquarters',, USARCARIB an
nounced, '
.k The 'restriction will be ,ln 'effecl

PANAMA,: R,T- FRIDAY,

4'
Army Photo

BotFj6m ; SkyC I aims' Fourth

Thap fourth eatk-br EfihtninSv: V

to- be recorded ,m, tht -Canal Zone
during tne past three5 montns, oc oc-urred
urred oc-urred yesterday Thanksgiving Day
when a lightning .bolt struck a par party
ty party of boys cychnfalong .Gailiard
Highway.,
jne 1 vicumv was M-year-oia t ei ei-ton.
ton. ei-ton. Hayes Marshall, an American
ana ttnei adopted .son ot ueorge j.
Marshall. a U.S. Navy employe
living at Rodmah and working in
the Motor iransportation division.
Felton and three other-' Doy
wer ndlne their cvcles sihele file
early' yesterday .'afternoon and a
light ram-was faliing.it v
Felton and Francis- J. "VVoodraz-
ka, Jr. 14 of s;-Coco Solo were
bringing up the -tear when the
lightning 'struck.' The two boys
were pitched from their machines.
Woodrazka was unconscious : but
came round quickly. Felton how however,
ever, however, lay, still
A firs rig v front sCorbiai' wfcs
called : and artificial jrespiration
was tried on Felton without re result.
sult. result. He wag'., taken to Gorgas
bo&pftal. and pronounced iead on
arrival- -'--su'
The two boys- who escaped the
lightning art Don? Michael y Mc-
Comas, 14, of J anan and Ronald
Vyman, 12,yof Cocoliv
Tht other lightning victims In
this season of heavy--electrical
-storms have, been-, a tugboat man
struck vbUe on ta J barge iff, the
Canal, a farmer on 'Madden Lake
in a. cayuco, and' a boy fishing at
'ort Amador, k .i'-
Funeral ervicesrwiil be held at
9 a.m. Tuesday "sti the Sacred
Heart Chapel to.-Ancoh,lo'FeltOB.
: The Rev., Jamer Power will con
duct the services which will be
followed by burial-at Coroial-Cemetery.-
'
4n addition-to'-.the.' Requiem
ft- v
4 : :v.:-. :

I.K1HTNING LAST-iTlie' sizeof thlrf :h6lei maie1nNthe,;soilk

'concrete of O alUard. Highway 'yeBterday by4;flaih?pf.-Hfljt-t
tjing iwhich'- killed a boy y ellst,,' can be .measured byv the'
Inch' ruler placcd alongslde.jTheole '-is aboutvsix', inches deep;-

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NOVEMBER M. 195Sv;.V

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- -FELTON MARSHALL
Mass. on. Tuesday,? a rosary serv service
ice service 'will be held Monday at 6:15
p.m.. at the Gorges MortuaryXha-
peL.;-- 'v;:;
" Felton-wasatt -eighth grafesiu
dent at Balboa Junior Hi gh
School. HeVwasta 'member of Boy
Scout Troop 13 of Cocoli andplay andplay-edi
edi andplay-edi Withiithe i'-'fT en e r Baseball
League at ;Cocoli r-s
t -' '. "v i,,;
eis:-silrvived'byAhis pafehts,
Mr. an Mrs George Jf Marshall,
of Cooli., . , f .;
A LeonardTrpy; $4&Pt
mecaniwhixhaTgt4AMvJ9bk:
Magistrates; vCburt iM? ;wn
drunken' giving on lnanjtsKivm
'.The case "was. continued A until
ni vj 2 n m. Burlev entered
a plea ,of not guilty
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first prizes"- to 30
were awarded by Col.
D700th Air Base Group
Congressman
GctSTastricok
At PG Projects
Hen. Elford A.'.Cetferbertf-CR-
Mich.), now visiting the Canal
Zone; had a busy- schedule to today
day today which 'included both' brief
ine and inspection 01 various
Canal Improvement projects.
-The Congress m a n .... i a
member of the House Mer Merchant
chant Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Committee which handles
Panama Canal legislation.. He
and his wife arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday on the Panama liner
Cristobal and will return to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow on the same ahip.
He called this morning at the
office of Gov.- W. E- Potter to
discuss various Canal affairs
following which, he Visited the
Canal model room ", at riablo
Heights for a briefing on vari vari-qus
qus vari-qus Improvemehts't; and plans
clvftti hv I.t. Col" flfT:, H. Brown.
Jr., Engineering and Construc
tion Director. ; .
", An bn-th-spot; Inspection
was later made of- the new
lighting system at Pedro Mi Miguel,
guel, Miguel, Locks. New lighting for
the locks arid a lighting ays-'
tem for Gailiard Cut eare a a-mongr
mongr a-mongr the improvement .pro .programs
grams .programs already approved, 1 and
underway t- Increase' tht ca
pacity of the CanaL-
s Cederberg tandH;, party.; of
Canal official jater f boarded
the; launch' Diana.at' Pedro Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Locks. 'for: a -: trip through
Gailiard Cut 'where- a liectiori is
being 'widened arid two teachfes
Just north-' of Pedro toli'guel are
scheduled for widening to' the
imineuiate imure.'!1,'.'
K -visit to 'Pedro Miguel and
MlrafloreS,' Locks to v see the
eontrast-in the eld and new
lighting rsystemst is planned
1 for -tonight if the Congress-
i mans -schedule permits. .:
n nederiwff't hnm.: 1 lr p
City where he served s mayor
oeiore nis -exertion tp congress
fof'the, first time Iff 1952
' He Is a World War JI veteran.
He, 'rjarticipated in' the -Normandy
invasionaild.'lateri'serv invasionaild.'lateri'serv-td
td invasionaild.'lateri'serv-td in the; campaign In- France
and. Germany -.
1 ..i.s&mnmmfimtmimdmiu(illfM ittjeiiwt-'r
CillWaljDjniand
Voflhlnlerlor
For Y(H Dcclofs
A'bilF presented tft the National
Assembly Wednesdsy bythe luc
la Gnardia 'administration would
make':it oblieatorv for alf newlv-
graduatd' doctors to render on
yesrf service in rural -areas be before
fore before being' granted permission 'to
practice theif 1 profession at will,
' ia MraeSint". "Hat 1 mtietitH i'a
only required to give one1 year; or
service in a .government hospital
before being granted their licenses

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VI ESIIIMIV V VI af
,.. .v s.-i 1 -.;r-
At Rotterdam Losl

Anti-Union Suit

ROTTERDAM, Holland,

fled boycott of "flogs' of convenience" ships by Rotterdam"

uubhworKcrs is nor in conrucr wirn tne exisnng couecnvt
labor agreement between Workers and port employersr

T w i n wqs rmca.roa.qy qy rne presiaenr or tne Hotter
dam District 'Coitft wo gave his decision in a law; tuit
submitted by the cooperating employers.
Court President Dr. J G. L Reuder rejected the fm fm-ployers'
ployers' fm-ployers' appeal. He refused to consider the boycott an un unlawful
lawful unlawful strike and turned down a reauest to fine the uniant

OGflW tor each doy of the
, Tlie ruling paves the way
boycott ships saiJing v under

decided upon by the International Transport WotkersFed
eration recently. ) : c

The boycott was planned
The Socialist and Catholic u-
nions in Holland decided to join
the boycott action. The Protestant
union however will not, participate.
The employers feared they will
be the -victims of Ihe fight be
tween unions and "flag of conv.
niente shipowners. They prefer to!
hipownw, They ( prefer to.
jprobll)y.jnUrntUon.
' -r- -V .
soiytvine
aJk-negotia
' Meanwhile ait LondosK Belleian
unipa1. leader umer'Becu schedul scheduled
ed scheduled a meeting wlth4he press later
today to publicist the boycott.
t .The beyett' will affect an es-'
I mated H million tons of shin shin-ping'
ping' shin-ping' at ports around the .world.
Already' the British Transport
workers Union has pleaded its
support for the boycotts celled in
the face of pro est by world ship
owners who) claim it is unconstitu unconstitutional,.
tional,. unconstitutional,. ' ;
Becu and his counterparts in
the British trade union movement
made it clear : today that they
plan to press ahead with the boy boycott,
cott, boycott, which will be-directed, from
an international headquarters In
Rotterdam.-
Union leaders in London said
dockers at ports around the world
were ordered' not to handle flags
of' convenience shipping 'for four
days so as to publicize the danger
that half the world's merchants
Army Flying Ppivn
S;t''V.
. A special ChHstmas ?Vsriety
showA'Get-;AwsyvFlronim All,"
is scheduled to 'open in the Canal
Zone on Dee. ;4, Special Services,
USARCARiBo announced.
It is being sent to the Zone ttn;
der rthe suiPices: of the Profes
sional Entertainment Branch of
the Department of Defense add
Department of the Army,; Special
Services. ,
The shoWi -produced, by David
Durston. former producer ef -the
TV show. Your Hit Parade, fea
tures five Kir Is, and sit men.-They
will be flown here from the States
bv special mission aircraft. and
wUl 'open performances at' Fort
Kobbe.
Show date at For CTaVton,
P."WtCu1ickoAlbrook Air A FoW
Base, '15th .Naval District, oRod
man Naval Station, Gorges' snd
Coco Solo 'hospital s wiln be' an an-pounced
pounced an-pounced later. t.r u-v
Jims production is in aaaition
to the USO Christmas movie and
'.'Rolling Along. which wjll ap
1U tJltUVIlJt v
Second Shipment
Of Panama Meat
Sailing To States
. A second shioment of Panama
meat for consumption in the Unit United
ed United States, was shipped overland to
Cristobal yearly today by tht Pa
nama, Abatoir 0 await transpor
tation to New York.
'The, shipment totals 50,000
pounds, and is consigned to two
New York. firms.
The first, shipment, which 'total 'totaled'
ed' 'totaled' 20,000 pounds, waa madt re recently,..:
cently,..: recently,..: v

FITK CEMTI;

Nov. 28 (UPI) The plon
boycott;
for.the Rotterdam union! V
fflaas.of-' convemence ot
to last from Dec. M. :
... . in
fleet could be -sailing under1 "run
away nags in ten years time.
Thtv admitted th kk;.. j

Jsttrtd in Panama, Liberia, Hen.' 1
dures and Costa tie( eftevpay I
beve gnlan rats. But -they I r
Jfld tht-unlen .-thieetieit wea-

tnil. ertw tWiS VJ
-tf aeurity .nd -"i i-.
. iKemandtat under X $

niMuu ...a j. j..p ......
'l.t AVI
!' international
already- vttAtA t tt.-..j
iatl SutDePment that
tioitent pi au nags of con con-venience
venience con-venience shipping is owned direct direct-J
J direct-J hy Americans,' and that Amer Amer-wan
wan Amer-wan finance is involved in 70 per percent
cent percent of the fleets. . f
Conviclsd Burglar -;
Has Unfil Monday 1
To Gel Appcsl Fund
v George' A If onset Poison; Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, a Gamboa Penitentiary pris pris-iner
iner pris-iner who wants to appeal a fivt
year burglary sentence passed on
mm Just over a, year ago lias so
f sr not been- able to raise tht
fundr necessary to start the ap appeal,
peal, appeal, -.....v.... r
.He has until Monday tb find the
$65.08 which be must pay fpr '!a
transcriptioh of court. docufteaU
at the District Court at Ancon.
i .'?' n4 has-.tiollected only
wjv irora a group 01 symphathii.
- Poison was ;ohvidted of first
degree burglaryovUlast year
and sent !to) the;penitehtiaEy for
five years. The items mentioned
in tne charge werttftwo,! jeweled
rings :'uu. s.t'watch.'.v: -V -; ; l
Me applied fo an anoeaf "htV
forma pauperi.tf This .was refu'
SO; a he ground that 'the Joior
ma-pauperis, provision in appeal
procedure apphea only, to, p'.S: Ji Ji-tizens.
tizens. Ji-tizens. However,- -the 1 appealTwas
extended and .fellow-prisoners at
the penitentiary put iip the Initial
XZ& appeal bond which had te .be
posted -. with the Ancon Court; ; -t
'Pohon salao applied tt takt a
pauper' oath appeal on an ear earlier
lier earlier burglary ; conviction, handed
down a- year ago in August, but
thik was denied because, it was
'requested, toe late. The elfenst
involved office furniture at Biia-
bioi:m. -.
NegrdWliite Kiss
OniBpshivagerJ
Laiidej Bf trilici
) L0S.07iV'''Tlit; first
pjy on the British stagela
whicft a white girl i klssed-bj
a Negro man 'waa hailed brtti brtti-tics
tics brtti-tics today fpr lta -'honesty and
dignity.". ; .' yvJA-
The play, "Hot., Sura m ar
Night" by British playwright
Ted .Willis, opened, ats the West
End 'Theater ;' last nights, -its
theme of 4 Negmnoy ana wnit
rhi .fallini in love struct home
to taan. Brltona who -still- art

disturbed -by race riot in toni f

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Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR. It IKS I L

Within a few dayaIn the bead
juaner of least one of fre
ident Eisenhower's advisers, se several
veral several men wiU talk aOoui apeae
parley to head oL- one whale Oi
an industrial war looming grimly
in 1959. : '
This war will be a "class" war,
it seems to some f us who -won
purple nearU covering, the tear
gas and brick-and-bat conflicts of
ancient strikes. Insiders' see trouble
coming as boJi sides line up labor
people chout "fascist" at business businessmen
men businessmen and Industrialists return -the
taunts with' charge thai union

leaders are "SwalisiSv
For sometime 7 all this has trou

bled oqe of the men who will be
dropping in on Secretary of Com Commerce
merce Commerce lwis Strauss. The visi or

will be counselor Arthur J. Gold

Dei'S, as practical a man as any

who has had his peace of mind

trouD'ed with a touch of evange

"""i r : -i.- i u v..ui, t i,,lr rt,,! fvr I lism Mr. Cnlrihnrir snpnial ponn

sei 10 me Artrtiu, oeueves inai

the on;y way to ofs;e: the coming

strugle tot power is a labor-man
agement mmniit. meeting.
Attorney' Goidbefj "talked of re

cently in a. university speech. Then

ne saia:

rot following F. D.R.: and making the Truman administration pos-

jcible.
The old boy is not doing loo well pumps hard to supply enough
tygen.
ADaughter informed m she saw the freeze in California on TV,
jirid it sure laid the gardens low. Our lowest here so far, 37 degrees.
22tst doesn't go for the rest of the State, to the north
A lot of mv friends won't get greetings cards this Christmas,

"for I can't see to address them

JII lJU3iU, WlQiJIItg Mill AfXfciij vv.,

-tiosperous New Year.

and a happy and
Pop Wright.

RAINBOW CITY LITTLE LEAGUE PARK

ttril-wftrWn riiiirpn" (Mail Box. Nov. 22) starts out his let-

with "we. Who in Rainbow Citv gives this back-biter authority

SJ represent the townspeople a a whole? tJ
"He stated that the Canal Zone Administration did not do much
.?.lot the Rainbow City Little League oark. Doesn't he know that it
rest the government money to remove the trees that were on the
field? And who would have paid for repairs to the loaned trucks
had they been damaged? .....
The only thing that gets community support in Rainbow City is
oitiething like.what happened som time ago between a white police police-rtiaJi
rtiaJi police-rtiaJi and a local-rate woman, t ,
Rainbow City has enough carpenters, painters, laborers and
other artisans to complete the Little ball park in a month. But they
krt too lazy, hypocritical, too "whiteman" hateful to face the facts.
- .' "Hard-working Citizen" states that "these gentlemen are uplo
their tricks again." What gentlemen? What tricks? As for his cracks
about Mr. "So-and-so" (which I take to mean Jefferson J. Joseph),
AKT is he the only one on the Panama Canal who gets his picture taken
wtth Governor Potter? Who else in Rainbow City has the governor
been photographed with? And has Col. Nicker son made no appear-
M ahce in any other local-rate community? "Hard working Citizen
should have been grateful for the opportunity to hear a man like
th' NowtetSPmektell "Hard working Citizen" something. Joseph is
m-lBavuw, and the people of Rainbow City are going to miss a good
man.Xet "Hard-working Citizen" take a good look at Jo enh s
achievements during his past five years as president of l" Rainbow
r;i. rivir rminAil nd comoare them 10 years from now with what

Rainbow City since his departure.
- Does "Hard-working Citizen" know how the dirt go on to the

Little League field? Does ne Know wno pruuuicu Wic ..v
' enc or who arranged for the deliverv and storage of same?
rfhis dngrateful -Hard-working izen" should corne to karn
that in every organization there is a leader. Not all of us are : hard hardworking
working hardworking with ouf backs. Some of us are hard-working with our.
briiM- Always-prepared Citizen.

UTILITIES

Sir:-

n.onlP tfoine to have to subsidize .the big

shots' light and gas billa by paying for more light and gas than we
use ourselves? Many of us who work are ust not at home long
enough to use the amount shown on our accounts.
When the men come to read the meters they often do not get
close to them to see the figures. They just write down what they
feel like, and we have to pay for their laziness.
' The other day I got home to find my gas turned off. When I
called the compahy they told me they had had to remove the meter
oecause it was not working right. I had to go out and spend $2 for
dinner Why could they not have let me know beforehand that they
were going to take the meter out, and why could they not have in installed
stalled installed another one in time for me to have prepared my upper?
If we could get another utdities company m the republic 1 m
sure wf would see a rapid improvement in the Fuerza y Luz'a ser service,
vice, service, in the face of competition.
Fed Up Panamanian.

TIRED OF BEING SNIPED AT

Sir:-

In the last few months the repeated sniping at civilians by mili military
tary military persons sending letters to the Mail Box has become tiresome.
One complains that civilians working for military agencies here
have nothing but gravy. Another aays the civilians should shut up
and not complain if they don't like the CFN's radio and TV fare.
These writers must be most unfamiliar with the law governing
military establishments. Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe the
NFFE will confirm that regulations say plainly that duties that can
be performed by civilians will not be done by the military. In other
wiu-riV th Tlnitpd states does not want to waste its young healthy

manpower at desks, at drawing boards, at maintaining gasoline

toraee, repairing ordnance ana a iois or omer auuci.
This means the military is relived of such work, some of which
0wt pretty wearing and dificult. But it also means that every post is
ff "cluttered with civilians" in the right of some military men and
iTfnmen hf fhvnnie pve.

Sm : Military-civilians in World War II were taken prisoner on Wake
fstand and the Philippines. Here in Panama they built bases and
SItiitioBs and military could never have finished, in time to be of use.
T-JUomst every time you read of a military test plane going down
with loss of life, you'll fine a few unsung civilians listed with the

Scad. Civilian observers lost their lives in early tests of the pig
oats.

. : So military people who get hit with civilian allergy might well
take a look at overall defense policy and then ask themselves what
they'd do if they were running the show.
I'd hire a few more civilians to free more men in uniform for

Their specialized duties things a civilian can't do until all of a
if andden he's popped into uniform
Bored With Bleaters.

n't

CANAL ZONE CITIZENSHIP

The construction of the Panama Canal was beean during
Theodore Roosevelt' administration. There were offers made
for the needed land to the Colombian ReDUblic. but thev were

declined. A Colombian revolution In 1903, apparently contesting

the refusal of Americas offer, succeeded in establishing the
Mftepubllc of Panama. The Independence of Panama was lmme lmme-JJ3ditly
JJ3ditly lmme-JJ3ditly recognized by the United State eovernment. which secur--Jtt
Control of a atrip of land ten miles wide across the Isthmus.
"Tway this is the United States territory called the Canal Zone.
,It'has tremendous commercial and strategic importance to the
United States.
The Canal Zone is 55$ aouare miles in area, In which we
have many towns bordering the Canal, everyone of them leas
than a mile from the Canal. Now. considering that the United
States government owns and possess this area in perpetuity, whv
is it that the thousands of children who were born in these so so-called
called so-called local-rate towns after 1903 not considered or being re re-cotnired
cotnired re-cotnired as American citizens?
In all the other United States possessions, namelv Alaska.
Pperto Rico, Hawaiian Islands and the Vlrnln Islands, these
, people enjoy the rights of all American citizens, because they
avare born on United States territory. The $64,000 Question Is,
- whjy does this not apply to the local-rate towns in the Canal
Zone?
If the present Panamanian government really wants to helo
: to take the cat out of the bag. so that the rows can be properly

"In the recent past. I see a

hardening of, at itudes nd retro retrogression,
gression, retrogression, rather than progress and

under, tauding. Management is

tougher, unions are tougher, and
the end product is not necessarily

good lor either side.

Goldberg, who also advises the

United Sieel Workers of America,

added: "Each (side) feels i-must

take a firm stand in behalf of its

principles." No man so high in la

bor's councils has ever spoken so

bluntly and many believe, so

objectively. His warning should hot

go unheeded throughout the land.
"If this hardening of attitudes

which I see is .not due to econo

mics, then what is its cause?" he

a;ks. "Frankly. I'm not sure that

T know, but 1 know that it existf.

Perhaps it is a- by-product or our

political scene. For however suc successful
cessful successful collective bargaining may

pper-oiv-the sur.aca in organiz

ed industries. .politically, legis

latively, philosophically, labor ani
management today stand apart and
the deeree of polarization of view

points in these areas is far great
er than in collective bargaining.4'

Out of his experience in dealing

with truly vast powerful national
forces on both sides, Goldberg

comes up with the observation that

there is a new generation of exe

cutives on both sides. They are

strangers to each other.

The men who sat long hours a-

round -& instead of across con conference
ference conference tables during the war, mu

tually planning to save our land
and crush .Nazi and Japanese armies.-
are mostly, gone. The hew

executives, the new labor chiefs
have been growing apart for over

a decade now. They know each oth

er only as, men -in recent wage

battles

What Goldberg suggests is that

they be brought together regular

ly by the government and isolated
so they can talk to no one but
each other for two or three weeks

at a stretch.

And if this doesn't liappen?
". .if we ake no step, if we

make no effort, the alternative is
discouraging the widening of
the chasm, a hardening of attitu attitudes,
des, attitudes, all leading to an eventual

militant class consciousness the
absence of which has been one of

the strengths of democratic Ame

rica."

Goldberg's plan, distributed to
over 100 nrominent labor and busi

ness leaders and educators, call-

for the Secretary of Labor and
the Secretary of Commerce to co-

chair such sessions.

To the lone summit parleys, Gold

berg would have the two Cabinet

members invite labor's high com

mand and tne preaenn ana
boards of directors of major cor-

oorations. AH this, the labor law

yer will raise shortly when he
drops in to meet the new Secre

tary of Commerce.

Secretary Strauss xens me xnai
h is interested in Goldberg's pro

posals but that he and Labor Se-

cretary Mrcneu woui" nave io
consider them jointly. Mr. Strauss

officially the caretaker of tne.
land's commercial interests, is
eager to work for Ubor-manage-ment
peace, but does not want to
insinuate himself even slightly into
Jim Mitchell's bailiwick.
However it's done, the vital thing
is that the prophetic voice of Art
Goldberg be heeded.

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The Washington Merrv-Go-Round

- -ly DRiW FEARiON V X)

WASHINGTON Th U.S. Navy

on' most matters is one, of the
frankest outfits in Washington. But

there ir on thine the Navy just

Will- not talk about Congressional

junkets. J

Its spokesmen get red in the

faee, stammer, squirm, and duck.

But they will not reveal the names

of congressmen flying iq Navy
planes, especially congressmen

who sit on the appropriations com committees
mittees committees which vote them money.

At least the Navy will not re

veal this super-secret information

when it has been properly alerted

by superiors in the Defense De Department
partment Department and by irate congress

men who don't want it revealed.
One Navy spokesman did answer
a query last week regarding se senators
nators senators flying to a NATO meeting
in Paris on a Navy plane for
Thnaksgiving in-Europe. Appar Appar-ently
ently Appar-ently he considered thif a routine
request; Mundt of South Dakota
Dlrksen of Illinois and Young of
North Dakota were flying to
Dublin, Paris, Rome and Lisbon
with a return through winter-resort
Bermuda. Their wives, ha said,
were accompanying them.
He was in error regarding Mundt
The senator from South Dakota
was slated to take the rip with
Mrs. Mundt. but at the last min minute
ute minute dropped out.
WHY THI WIVES
The Naval spokesman explained
as an afterthought that the sena sena-tors
tors sena-tors would inspect 6th Fleet faci facilities
lities facilities in the Mediterranean, since
there are no NATO meetings ih
Rome or Lisbon. He also explained
that the wives were going along so
the senators could be properly re represented
presented represented at social functions.
He did not need to explain that

all the above senators ; are mem

bers of the Senate Appropriations

committee and for that, reason the

iavy was going out of its way 10
make them happy.
After the above information was
published in this column erro erroneously
neously erroneously in regard to Mundt. a
deluge of squawks began to rain
down, on various parts of Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. They rained on this o'fice for
saying that Mundt had gone to

Europe when he had not. -They

also rained on the Navy's press

relations office for admitting that
any senators with wives had flown

to Europe.

Later he called again, still un

derstandably unhappy.

"Murray 'Snyder." ne said: n-

ferting Ip the assistant secretary
ot .defense who used to help' handle

""' "7 """"" sywflfflMyp l'jr t"'TTfE8ar relations
nn'JFcalla: .attentiooio- ruilnehV the

comptroller-general that the law

makes t clear that the 'account-

aDUi y Of military transportation

TflnaflyTlt was "i

Wher congressmen, including both

Houses ana both political parties,
la d- also flown to Europe.

It was from this point on that-is ne ?oe responsibility of the

iE'J sP.okmen clrtma P-, Appropriations Committee.' There-

nawGKL iui tiic iiKiuca vi au mem- ? iore we cannot talk

bers of congress who flew to Eu

rope in Navy planes, the Navy
refused to talk. Alter three, or four
hours of consultation,, with higher higher-ups
ups higher-ups in the Pentagon, the Navy stat stated
ed stated officially that it could say no nothing
thing nothing except to; give OutJheames
of Navy personnel who had ac accompanied
companied accompanied the senators.
: v.THiY VOTE THf OQUGHl

"On the party with the senators

were Rear Adm. Jack McCain,
chief of the legislative office; Brig.
Gen. J. D. Hittle of the Marine
Corps, also of the legislative of office;
fice; office; Comdr. R. E. Elliott; and
two yeomen," said the Navy spoke
man. .
The legislative office is the group
which the Navy keeps on Capitol
Hill to answer Consnessional aues-

Jns and generally keep congress

men and senators happy.
"Can you tell us what route the
senators' plane took?" the Navy
was asked. i ;

. "Wfe are instructed to give no

lurtner detaus.
Can you say why the senators
plane went to Dublin where there
Is no NATO meeting?"
''No. we cannot answer that."

,,At this point tht naval spokes

man apparently still did not know

that the Navy had sent three planes

to Europe, all carrying congress
men. '

P;ty the Navy spokesman. He

nas to get alone with Pearson.

And few minutes later he phoned

to volunteer the fact that there
was one further piece of publish publish-able
able publish-able information namely, the
Navy had supplied three planes.
"The matter has been taken. Up
to the highest authority in the Pen Pentagon,"
tagon," Pentagon," he explained unhappily,
"but we can give no names of ci civilian
vilian civilian passengers."

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The last surviving signer of
the Declaration of Independi
ence was Charles Carroll, who 1
died Nov. 14, 1632, in Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, at the age of SB. He
added the words "of Carroll Carroll-ton
ton Carroll-ton (Md.)" to his signature on
the Declaration to distinguish
himself from his father and
cousins of the same name.
When he waa more than 90,
Carroll turned the first spade spadeful
ful spadeful of earth in the building of
Ihe country's first railroad, the
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"And if you embarrass the Ao.

propriations Committee," I could

no. neip ruDDing n in, "you mieht

get your appropriations cut."

"i cannot comment," replied the

iNavy .spoKesman.

A naval spokesman, I thought

iu myseu, earns nis salary,
HIRK'S WHO WINT

Meanwhile this xolunin. has been
able to ob.ain the, names of the

other junketing solons and what

planes they took to the NATO meet
mg-
One plane, as previously report

ed,, carried only the three potent
Republican members of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Appropriations committee. Why:

three itepublicans and their wives

miuuiu occupy one wnoie piane is
not known, but you can guess.
The other planes were more

crowded. Ten Congressmen, most

wun wives, were listed to fly to

Paris lor Thanksgiving, the trip

arranged dv tne House Auminis

iration committee; Wayne Hays

XWW, irrankv smith (Miss. J, Ar Ar-mistead
mistead Ar-mistead Selden (Ala.), Isidore Dio-

mnger (N.Y. ), Eugene McCartay

(Minn.), George McGovern (S.DJ).

aU Democrats; with Jackson Betts

(Ohio Gordon Canfield N.JA

Karl le Compte (IA.), and Robert.

Coroett (Pa J, Republicans.

Seven senators listed for another

plane Were venerable Theodore

Francis Green ik.1.). who has no

wife; Estes Kefauver (Tenn.), who

aid no; une ms redneadea wile
Nancy,; Henry Jackson (Wash.),
whd has no wife; Herman Tal Tal-madge
madge Tal-madge (Ga.) and wife; all Demo Democrats;
crats; Democrats; with Tom Kuchei Calif.)
and wife; Roman Hruska (Neb.),
and Jacob Javits (N.Y.), Republi Republicans.
cans. Republicans. The above were all listed
for the trips, though Dollinger pre previously
viously previously stated that he was paying
for his wife on a commercial line.
The office of each of the above
was called to see whether any con congressmen
gressmen congressmen or wives had dropped out
but either the offices were closed
or the secretarial staff pleaded ignorance..-'
-v
The Navy, meanwhile, continued

to say nothing.

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HOOP SKIRT Thf influence
of the hula hoop is beginning

. w oe mm ui ine lasnion wona,
'Judging irom this spring, X959,
design by Neal of California.
to n jure i dftling satin band
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Moroccan Regime
s Ori Verge
Of Collapsing

RABAT, Morocco (UPD The
Moroeean government ru oo the
verge of collapse today because
of unrest among rebellious tribes tribesmen.
men. tribesmen. Premier Ahmed BalafreJ
was expected to resiga during the
Balafrel et yeiWlif with JOtf
Mohammed V and said he would
make an "important statement"
today. It was considered almost
" certain "this- refef red to-his resig resignation.
nation. resignation. 1 Balafrej's tesignation woolfl
' blunge this fledgling nation into
its second government crisis in
eight months. He solved the last
one by forming a' government
May 12 following the resignation
of Prmier Si Bekkai.
The crisis was reported pro

oked by a Vcabinet split over
.Whether ;i crackdown should b
fftrderedB tribesmen who 5 have1

been stirring up anti-government

nrest lor tne-pasi montn,

Cssrd Sil$ To lesrn

Vhy Hacloar Davice

Vcnl 0(1 On B-47
LAKE! CHARLES, La r Nov. 28
(UP1) A military board of in

quiry sought --today to determine
what'-causedii nuclear device to

explode in a B-47 bomber Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, killing the pilot and severe severely
ly severely burning the navigator.- :
The stratojet was under a 15 15-minute
minute 15-minute alert on a flight line at
Chennault Air Force Base near
here when the rocket-like device
went off. V L -1
The : Pilot, Capt Joseph' T.

Lyles of Bossier City, La., died

instantly, me navigator, as w,.
Dnlurt W Simnsnn of Sacrimen-

to, Calif,, was dragged from, toe

plane by fa grouno : crew, ms
clothing in flames. He was rush rush-a
a rush-a h ir tn-Fnrt Kam Houston's

v. u u.r t 1 v
Brooke Army Jlospltal in San An-.

tonieVTex.i ior?.treatmem ox se

vere burns. . : ..Mi
Firefighters doused the flames
cVinnMv iftr th rnlnsivm set

firtftin )lanef and as the air

isr wts 'evacaaigu. uuier air

craft in the area were removea
as a precautionary measure.
Air Force authorities said there
was "no danger of a nuclear ex explosion
plosion explosion and no Harmful radiation
was present."
Doctor Who Became
Dad Alter Age SO
s 98 At Death ;
POPLAR BLUFF, MftltUH)
Drjttjohi D. vHlIingerjwho fbe?

came a tamer twice aiier ne was
BO r$d,,djed here late yes

terday.

HfiHiheeR :whe nracticed medls

in r.linfnn Tnwi. until A Vt&T

ago, moved here early this year

with his 38 year oia wue.
The colorful doctor, who enjoyed

fanrino lh cornet, would have

been Win December. He was one

of the oldest practicing physicians
in the country.
ti.11frA insi married thrftft

AJUUUlfei' wrmv ... w v.
mo nri Tiari" neven children bv

his two previous wives and two

by "his latest j wife, ;Both of the
latest 'children were born after

Bullingerwas 90.
H erodited his Ionff life to

hard: WorlQitemperate: living and
kindness toward his wives. Com Commenting
menting Commenting on his childrn's births

after he was 90, Hullinger once
said, ?'A fellow ought io have a
big family and that't what I'm

starting5 on. I'm- just, as good a
man as any 60-year-old and still

can, do a good day's work. l

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TOKYO (UPI) An kvestigat'

by Japanese and U-.S. military

police was under way yesterday

in the deaths of two vTokye- resi residents
dents residents who were .'hit by; an auto-

mobiie driven or ogt Jacoo uu uu-chinsky,
chinsky, uu-chinsky, of Nw Vork, An. Army
announcement'; Said .-Duchinsky
swerved 4is -automobile Tuesday

night ta (void bitting, a bicyclist
and knocked down 'two Japanese

civilians. They were- i pronounced

Commerce Dept.
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Economy Comeback

WASHINGTON fUPH The

Commerce Department said today

the nation i economy was contin continuing
uing continuing its comeback from the re recession.
cession. recession. .' i

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income continued strong" ia' the

rising aemana generated an in

crease in new factory orders. :

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ticle in the November issue of

"Survey of 1 Current Business,"
that the business upturn has been
accompanied by relative stability

of retail and wholesale nricea.

u saia consumer spending was
maintained 'at hieh rate in Sen-

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2 Killed In Fiery
Ikliple-Ychlcle; 1
Turnpike Collision
SOMERSET, Pt : "(UPI Two
persons were killed and a third
was injured yesterday in fiery'
multiple vehicle colHsion in the
Alleghemy Tunnel 'of the Pennsyl
vana Turnpike.
The dead were burned' so badly
that immediate identification was
impossible.-However.-atate troop troop-rs
rs troop-rs were checking out a name on
a prescription label of a medicine
bottle found in the glove compart
ment of the death car.
Mrs. Dorothy Weiss, 58y Chicago,
111., was taken to Somerset Com Community
munity Community Hospital. Her condition was
listed as fair.
. The violent chain-reaction pileup
occurred at about 11:15 a.m. and
was followed by a gasoline feti
fire that engulfed five- vehicles
and sent dense, black smoke'bil smoke'bil-lowing
lowing smoke'bil-lowing through the tunnel.
Heavy Thanksgiving holiday traf traffic
fic traffic was jammed for a mile in
either direction when the tunnel
was shut down. Alternate
routes were set up between the
Somerset and Bedford turnpike in interchanges.
terchanges. interchanges. State police said three passenger
cars, a three-quarter ton Dane!

truck and a tow-truck Dulline the

cab section of a tractor trailer!
were destroyed in the crash inH

ensuing fire.

In Harnsburg, the Turnpike
Commission indicated a sixth ve

hicle a tractor trailer may have
touched off the accident.

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Strike Paralyzes

All Of Italy's Rail

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ROME (UPI)-A 24-hour nation

wide strike by hundreds 01 thou

sands of railway and postal work

ers paralyzed train. transport and
halted all mail deliveries through throughout
out throughout Italy yesterday.

UBiy a lew. trains with emergen

cy crews of soldiers and special

ists were able tO:Operate along the
n.t!nn. ID rtl .'I !,

io,auu-miie rauway network.

The walkouts, called in nric

demands for wage increases, be began
gan began early Wednesday. Thev affect
ed several hundred th.mcunH

workers belonein? tn trala un

ions. I

Some cities alsn pvnar;m.

shipping walkouts and bus anrt

street car strikes. The hie nnrt

city of Genoa was hit hardest by
the series of walkouts.

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RECEIVES AWARD Charles Rentz, 16, (right) receives his Eagle Scout award from Canal Zone
Gov. w. E. Potter at a Canal Zone Council court and bridge of honor. His parents, CWO and
Mrs. Medicus D. Rentz, of Port Kobbe, witnessed the presentation. -

ley M. Kennedy,; deputy govcrnol?
of District D!. Panama region,

International Lions gav an aaV

dress entitled "Scouting and the

Lions" during, which he recounted

early 'days as a scout anu explain explained
ed explained the objectivei of ; tue' Balboa
Lions in sponsoring' .TrQop No. 1 T

oi uurunau. ;,;t : -.ny '.,
TK. nthar lanattm .ceut1

Two leaders who have been in r,ri Wid.ll. iruntd tlx Cold

scouting more than 40 years on-1 p,im ,wrd Both K,nnadv avid

ly a few years after the move -I widtll have Mmt associatad wilh

ment began in the U. S. werel Troop No. 7 for many years,
featured during the program. Wes Trcou No- end the Balbea

Court and Bridge
Of Honor, At Tivoli
An estimated 30P scouts, explor
ers, adult leaders and parents at attended
tended attended the Canal Zone Council
court and bridge of honor las?
week evening at the Tivoli Guest
House as more than 22 youngsters
received honors.

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and bowling. He is an officer of
the Curundu Protestant Church

Voutb -Fellowship Group, .

Rebrt K. Arthur Explorer' of
i Post No. 5, Ancon,1 received his
gold palm award, in addition te
the eagle scevf rank "won pre-,
iouily. from Cerl Widtll,-?'s
chairmen of the council leader- r
shp and training "eemmlWee,: W
.'..A silver ualm award a 'higher

w4 wontlwith the eagle Went"s v

to John Ames of Troop mo. s, An An-cpn.
cpn. An-cpn. This was presented by Sgt.

Jack Morns; member, of the coun council
cil council advancement committee.; '
Joseph Ai Wertz;, institutional' re re-presentatives
presentatives re-presentatives of the Balboa Liens -club,
awarded -Star ranks to Ewal
Wiberg,' Troopi No, 1. Margarita;
Russell iSexton.i Troop No. 5, Anj
conNSattl)iel: Tiylor and Michael
Fuloft Troop No: 7, Curundu; WU WU-liains
liains WU-liains tatrfln Troop No. 10, Gara Gara-boaf
boaf Gara-boaf POttglas'Stovar tand Williairis :
Allerl, Troop No. 15, Albrooki Airi

Force Base; John JNickerson t.jaitt

T)1n Turn FvnlnMr' Shin'' NrtL

17. Fort CJaytonj George Thomp-"

son, Troop wo. zo, uaiooa; ana

L.on handled arrangements for

the lienor ceremony. Scoutmast Scoutmaster
er Scoutmaster of the troop is Eliexor Lugo.

Two hew eagle scouts received
their insicnia of rank from Canal

Zone Gov. W. iEf ?Qtem Charles
Rentz, f6, of Explorer Post No. 16,

Fort Kobbe. attainea nns rans

after six years of effort as a cub,

a scout' and finally explorer, at
is senior crew leader in the ex explorer
plorer explorer post, equivalent to presi president.
dent. president. In his junior year at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School, he plays left
tackle on the Bulldos, will pla
tackle in the Palm Bowl game, is
jumps high hurdles in track, is
a sergrant in the ROTC unit,
Dlavs teenage baseball and is one

I of the leading members of the 1st

uapust unurcn Youtn reuowsnip
in Balboa.
Rentz was a counsellor 1 ast
summer at the Canal Zone Coun Council's
cil's Council's camp and also has counselled
for two summers at Camp Tabo Tabo-ga.
ga. Tabo-ga. He has been in scouting in
Germany, the U.S. and the Canal
Zone. As a scout at Fort Gordon,
Ga., he was a patrol leader and
then troop senior patrol leader..
He. is a charter member of Post
No. 16. v ; ''
Llewellyn Zent. 13. has achiev

ed the rank quite rapidly during
two and a half years in scouting.
Llewellyn is currently senior pa

trol leader of Troop No.: t and hat

nem uie responsiDiuues or aen
chief, assistant patrol leader' and
patrol leader. At the'iVaUey Forge
jamboree he was assistant patrol
leader of the Canal Zone ''Battling
Boa" Patrol. .
Zent was born in the Canal zone
and has lived here continously. He
has been an honor student through
out school, is president of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High freshman class, was
home room representative for his
eighth gratle, elected, by the fa

culty -as 'an outstanding student,

James Ramboj Troop No. 21, Bal Bal-boa.'
boa.' Bal-boa.' '' '-"j;' ',
Brig. Gen. George ,F. Schlatter; ."
president of the council, gave lift
awards to John Burns, Troop No.
1; Harry Foster; Troop No. 5; Ro Robert
bert Robert Schultz, Post No. 5; Joseph
Peddrick, Allan Hesters and Ro Robert
bert Robert Widell, Troop No. 7; and
Harry Munyon, Troop No. 10. i
Rudolph Burda of Ancon, accept
ed from U.S. Judge a, Guthrie F.
Crowe a National Court of Honor
certificate for heroism tawardedrflds-'it
his son, Rudolph, Jr., for hiss c-T
tion in saving James Trimblv

from drowning on August 22, 1856
The younger Burda, now attending
school in the U.S. was then a mem
ber of Post No. 3, Balboa, v
Flanking Burda was Alfred ; J.
Gauvin, Panama Canal Depart Department
ment Department commander of the American
Legion, representing Legion Post
No. 1 which sponsors the explorer
post.
Master of ceremonies for the ce ceremonies
remonies ceremonies was U.S. District Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Rowland K. Hazazrd. The in invocation
vocation invocation was given by Rev. James
Power, CM. Our Lady Fatima
Chapel, Curundu, the benedect'on

was pronounced by Rev. Milton v
K. Leidig. Curundu Protestant

Church. i

Running Ship

Captured By ROK
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) A spy spy-running
running spy-running North Korean vessel w .s
captured by a Republic of Korea
warship in the Japan Sea Tuesday-after
a battle in which four
Communists were killed, it was
announced yesterday.
' A Navv announcement said the

Red vessel had picked up antes antes-pionage
pionage antes-pionage agent when' it was inter intercepted
cepted intercepted in South Korean territorial
waters off Korea's east coast U-o
miles south, of the demilitarized
zone.
Four Reds were killed and
two ;, more captured. Also seized
were k Russian.- made machine machine-gun
gun machine-gun -and 1 several- other weapons,
fln antttv of S erenades, and a

and 'fhas won trnnhiea for boxine. rubber xafl and South Korea

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Peps John Attends

Solimn Requiem

For 5 CsrdinaIsC;; ;
s Vatican city fUPn Pone

Joha XXIII attended traditional

solemn reauiem man in w. -.

. rhnnel veterdar .in "memo

ry of the nve noman-'camouc
cardinal who died' during the

pas year. r,
; Sixteen cardinal and three car
dinali-elect attended the mass re
cited by Eueene Cardinal Tisser-

ant. dean of. the sacred college.

A symbolic catafalque was erect
ed :in the chapel for the cere
mony. t ,

, .The- requiem was In memory of

the following cardinals, au oi
whom died in rome since No

vember, 1957;
Adeodato Giovannin Piazza,

seertary of the sacred consis-

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The novel that belongs to young lovers of today
TlARJORIE MOnNINGSTAR
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sical musical numbers were filmed away from the company's Bur Bur-bank
bank Bur-bank atndlo: According to Ray HelndoW, Warner mnsical ,,
SSctSTfif M musical Pt for "MARJOEIE MORNING MORNING-STAR"
STAR" MORNING-STAR" vere filmed on location at Scaroon Manor 1n the I
AftIf"MABJORIK MORNINGSTAR,'' a Milton Sperling pro- 3
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directed by, Irvmg Rapper a.ndtstarrlnr'Gene Kelly, Na
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DAY SUNDAY sit the "DRIVE-IN'' Theatre.. 'v .t

Samuel Strjtch, archbishop of

Chicago, who died as he was

about to take up new duties as

pro-prefect of the sacrea congre

ration for DroDaeauon oi ine iaiin

Celso Constantini, chancellor

of the holy Roman church.'

Edward Mooney, archbishop

of Detroit.

Hungarian Solons
Vpl To Keep :
Dob jn Power"

BUDAPEST' (UPD The new
Hiineaeian .Parliament -v o t e d

unanimously yesterday "to keep
the Communist regime of Presi

dent Istvan, Dobi and Premier

Perenc Muennich m power.

In its first session since me

treneral elections earlier this

month, Parliament re-elected Do Dobi
bi Dobi and Muennich and then agreed

with a snow or nanas, to me con continuance
tinuance continuance of the full governmnt

which ruled before the elections.

Ths nnp-hnur session was at

tended by Bela .fcovacs, who has
spent eight years in Soviet pris

ons and was named agriculture

minister in the short-lived 1956

revolutionary government of exe
cuted Imre Naev.

Kovacs, the former leader of

the right-wing Smallholders Par Party,
ty, Party, has been nominated and el

ected deputy 'in an obvious ges
time to the I nation's peasants

While Communist officials said
Kovacs had become "very milch
Impressed" i with wthe, regime, he

was reported by other sources to

have refused-:SO fsr:to cooperate

with,, the Communist government,

xnp a-eginwv announced
the 'elecftions thil: balloting -lor

single list of r Communist candi
dates Had favored &thr govern
ment by 99.6 per cent

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LAW V. GRADUATE 'Antonio

Dudley Jr. tabove))-son of Mr; and

Mrs. Antonio Dudley ox ranama

City, ''graduated : recently as- a
bachelor of laws from the Madrid

University; Dudley, who attended

grade' school at Colegio La saue

and later graauatea irom me na national'
tional' national' Institute, is- a former pre president
sident president of the Panamanian stud

ents Association of Madrid in W57

was cited inthe SDanlsh cress act

ivities on behalf of the f 1 o o d
victims of Valencia. Dudley will
remain in Madrid' to- .continue

studying at the university for. his

doctorate ', t

Melalvorking Firms

Scraping Capital

From The Bottom

.NEW YORK! fUPIY-tMetalworkv

in?, comnames' ar rounoing oui

the hnttnm in their canital spend

ing through ;witKisome;ij specifje

groups such as farm machinery,
plBPtrnnipi and rail equipment al

readv charting increases, Iron

Art said vesteraay.

These findines were drawn from

the first in a series of quarterly
reports on capital appropriations

for the J40 billion dollars, a year

metalworking industry made ror

th trade magazine by the Nation-

nal Industrial 'Conference Board.

Martin R. Gainsbrugh, the eon
ference board's chief economist.

said the metalworking sutwey is

an extension of the board's ap-

nronriations survey for all 'ma

nufacturing concerns' launched

in 1958 under the financial spon

sorship of Newsweek magazine.

Gainsbrueh said Iron Ag

survey supplies information verti

tally or within 36 segments of -an

industrial sector, wnue we .news .news-week
week .news-week survey deals with horizontal

trends among major industrial

groups. ;.
The first report, of Iht metal
working survey showed capital ap

propriations plans for future
spending in the first half of .'
198 were ; almost- $1,200,000,000 or

58 ner cent belw- th jimilarl.951

But yeMo-ytar?lBclin torj

theiecoild vfluart.c:a95& was

somewhat less thai .for -the first

quarter.

"My 8 Angels." now in rehearsal

at the Aneon Playhouse under the

direction : Of Mrs. Priscilla Reade,

was adapted from Albert Husson's

Comedy, '"La Cuisine des Anges,"
br Sam jnd Bella JSpewack, au

thors of such previous hits as "poy
Meets Girl," Kiss Ma Kate," and

Two Blind Mice.'' '

' The scene of the' nla'y is French

Guiana, where a father, mother,
and daughter are trying rather

feebly to- make an': honest living.

fielpped by three parolees from

Devil's Island, this turns out to be

simpler and gayer than most peo people
ple people would suppose; for the van-

fc-.O V .VUC 1B I.11CQO .UUCC
affable convicts, two serving fife

terms for. murder and the third 20

years for exceptional business en

terprise. : .:'

All. however, are. idealists who

oeueve passionately in the robin robin-hood
hood robin-hood of man.

' Father is in trouble 'with his cou

sin. Henri, Trochard. for misman

aging .his; small store.'' Daughter

is in love with Henri s nephew.

Paul, who wants to marry a richer

girl, "My 3 Angels" tells how the

cgree roiucKing convicts, by pool

their, professional skills, eli-

Z6ny.TWiOf 'Angels' Hold

New Guild Shows Spotlight

States both as actor and director.

He was a member of the Dakota
Plavmakers at the University of

North Dakota, and he had an acti

role in a Theatre Arts motion Die

tore at UCLA.".

. Bob Armitage plays the role of

JUies, a wife, murderer wno is a

tvat decorating a Christinas

minate Henri and. Paul, and lav the

groundwork for happier days.

; witn no scruples, and with ab

solutely nothing to lose; they can
afford to' be amiably ruthless with
evil people and tenderly kind to

tne gooa.

This hilarious comedy of hannv

homicide beneath the Christmas

tree Is-largely in ,the hands of

tnree weal thespians, all of whom

nave naa previous stage experi

. Cameron Stewart, who arrived

on the Isthmus in -September to
teach science in Balboa , high

acnooi,

one

counting

tory.rTUi.it fh;iWaCter
Slezak made famous-'ia the BroaoV
way productioHv Stewart" hashad

considerable, experience in the

lent 11
able

with orchids filched from the

Governor's garden and a chicken
from a somewhat more mysterious

source.

'Armitage was a member of the

University Dramatic Society at

UCLA, and while with the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Little .Theater he played lead leading
ing leading oles in -'Here' Today," "Time
for Elizabeth," and "Affairs of
State." He also directed 'Room

Service."

Alfred, the third angel, is also

a gentlemanly, murderer. This is

a .role ihat will .exploit, iarl Aim, Aim,-quisf
quisf Aim,-quisf s fine talent- for ''comedy. He
has previously been seen in "The
Tender .Tjag' and "Girls of Sum Summer.
mer. Summer.

My 3 Aneels" is built arduhd

these, three1 jolly criminals who
steal with innocent relisn, embez-

with infinite grace, forge with ar

tistic enthusiasm, and murder wit

methodical -gentility an in the

of kindness, benevolence, genero

sity, and humanity."

The. Theatre Guild will bring

this zany trio, complete with halos

and stripes, to the Ancon Paly
house on Dec 8.

:n, science in iialboa high
bolj, plays jhe'irole. of Joseph,
of the neatest V jugglers,
uting loolf:s4'thetticinanS;

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ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED TODAY
OF MISS HENRY, MR. MAURICE MULLER
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Henry of Zephyrhills, Fla., formerly
of the Canal Zone announce the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Helen L. Henry, to Mr. Maurice E. Muller, son of Mts. Edna
Miller of Peoria, 111.

Doctors' Wive
Entertain Hoi bands
Members of the Doctors' Wives
Club have scheduled a supper
party for their husbands Ahis eve evening
ning evening at the Quarry Heights Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Club. Dinner will be served
at 6:30 p.m.
The wives of interns and resi

dents will be hostesses, with Mrs.
Bonnie Tanquist chairman.

Dane Party At Camboa
Tomorrow Evening
The Gamboa Golf and Country

Club will be the scene of a gala
holiday Dartv tomorrow evening.

The dance party is scheduled to

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begin at 8 p.m., and will feature
contests, with prizes, anl music
by Panama's Louis Armstrong and
his orchestra.
Kobbo Officers' Wivos
Nominate Ntw Officers

The nominating committee's

slate ot officers lor 195S was pre

sented to the membership of the

Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives Club

during a coke party at the Kobbe
swimming pool. Hostesses for the
occasion were Mrs. W. J. Mariet

ta, chairman, Mrs, E. V. Allen
and Mrs. Edward Chasteoey.
The pool cafe was decorated

with eaily-colored polyhefrons and

other geometric shapes. A floral

centerpiece of red hibiscus was

arranged in a native straw hat on

the coke bar and was flanked
with trays of fingertip hors d'ou d'ou-vers
vers d'ou-vers of miniature frankfurters en
croute, dainty baked ham sand

wiches and strawberry tarts.
During the business meeting,
Mrs. Ernest Knight, chairman of
the nominating committee, present presented
ed presented the committee's choices for the

five major offices of the club. The
selections approved, the official
balloting for the officers will take

place at the December 18 lunch luncheon
eon luncheon meeting at the Fort Kobbe
Officers' Club.
The new slate includes Mrs.
James H. Dickson, president; Mrs.
W. H. Grady, vice president; Mrs.
James H. Hetherly. secretary;

Mrs. G. E. Airall, treasurer; and

Mrs. William D. Froeschner, as
sistant secretary-treasurer.

Special committee chairmen ap appointed
pointed appointed during the meeting were
Mrs. Ernest Knight, who will be

in charge of the Wives' Club tea
dance Dec. 27, and Mrs. Richard
L. Murnighan, who wUl head the
Officers' Wives gift-wrapping serv serv-ice
ice serv-ice during the pre-holiday season

at the Kobbe Service Club.

New members who were wel

comed to the club were Mrs. At

vin McKenna, Mrs. Tagold Horan

yi, Mrs. Leo McGoff, Mrs, Tadd

McMillan -and Mrs. Edward Turk

Mrs. Charles Spencer was a guest

at the meeting.

Door prizes of beach towels

were won by Mrs. Arthur Dodson,

Mrs. Thad McMillan and Mrs

Chester Tuckerman.
(Continued on Page T)

RESPOND TO GRITS

TUTATTl'lt Yla fTTTJT Wlit

in a word? Fred Copeland, rpoud

owner ot mree Aiassao Maia
mutes, was dismayed that 'the
sled-toting dogs v ouldn't respond
to "mush, mush" when they wert
being urged to pull the family
wagon. Noticing the dogs were
adaoting themselves well to life
in the South, Copeland found the
magic word. Now the flogs race
away to the cry: "grits- gritst"

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TNI CILItATIII

Spencer TAey is : .patient at
Hsrkness. .One of Eddisu Fish

er's closest pau has been snop snop-nina
nina snop-nina for a New York apsrtment

for the crooner. Eddie will even

go for co-operative, be s so an
xioui to clear out of Hollywood,

Uz will follow soon afterward if

she desn't accompany him.
Nora Eddington, Flynn, who en enjoys
joys enjoys the distinction of being the
ex-wife of both Errol Flynn and
Dick Haymes, duetted at Goldie's
with photographer's model Jim
Horn. .William Zeckendorf's of

fer of $45,000,000 for the Shubert
empire represents Clint Murchin-son-Paul
Getty money.' Bill's act

ing as front man.
Ava Gardner's friends report

she's bored with Europe and in
a mood to return to California to

accent some fabulous independent

film deals so get ready for the
will-she-or-won't-she' return to to-Frsnkie?
Frsnkie? to-Frsnkie? After expressing her dis

tress over Tyropt Power s aestn,
she went shopping attired in an
allblack costume starting with an
over-sited tam-o shanter (almost
like a pillowcase) and ending in
a tight hemline that barely reach reached
ed reached her knees.
An intersting off -camera scene
followed the televisied portion of
the "Mardi Gras" premiere at

the Paramount Theatre. Gary Cro

by'S date, glamour gin Charm

utes while Gary was interviewed

by the m.c, and when it turned
out she wasn't even identified.

she gave Gary what for and left

the scene of the crime in a smt.
(A snit is even worse than a huff).
Minor musie world ca sulaty :

Cannonbll Adderly is in Maha.-

tan General Hospital after surge
rv. .Senator Jack Kennedy "slay

ed" the girls on the MGM lot

wnen ne visnea oroiner-in-iMw re
ter Lawford there. One authorita

tive hand described it as "the

most devastating experience since

yui nrynner."
Those nubile ashtrays in mid

Manhattan look but exactly like
giant trombone monthpices. (Gee,
Dad. it's a Selmer! ). .Queen, E-

lizabeth's jazz buff cousin, Gerald

Lesceiles, is due in tiotnam on
the first of December to scout U.

S. musicians, ani thi cool pa-

laees are wavting for him. .Mil .Mildred
dred .Mildred Savage's fascinating novel,
'Prxiah,!',will be filmed by Josh

Logan n location la- Connecticut,
making a fl&ck of 'Eastera actors

happy. ,.
The State Department plan! a
major Shakeup of the handlers of
American talent for iT Cultural
Exchange Program.'. :The Peter
Finches (he's the thesoiah. she's

ballerina Tamara) have had It.

She'll seek the divorce. .Jsekie

Paris doesn't open at the Debo Debonair
nair Debonair on E. 56th St. until Dec. 4,
hut It's sure thing Diana Barry-

more will be on hand to cheer.

Edith Plaf has resumed h eror eror-maaca
maaca eror-maaca with" ainger Felix Marten

an attachment so serious it

drove her to the point of a break breakdown
down breakdown wben th tiffaii ioim

months agot She now visits, him

daily on we set of bis new film,
"Attempt to jEscape," and neither
one appears to. want to make a
secret of ihtir-eranri naninn

The famous team of Stump and

oiumpy iney oia songs, dances
and comedy have reunited after
a three Vear rift, and will ha hnnV.

ed on TV and jn the night clubs.
Off stage Stump is James Cross,
Stumpy is Harold Cromer. .At .At-ornev
ornev .At-ornev General Lefkowiti h

helped elect Nelson Rockefeller,

ana ms price for campaigning so
vigorously in the recent elections
will be the next Rni.hii. ...

oralty noT&ination, Jla'd ., love to

ase on sod wagner.
Julius Monk plans to revive the
career of singer Tammy Grimes,
who mad a snlh uHth h. i

e.al crimes I few season) ago.

ucu iiaea oui or we theatrical
picture. He'll fashion an act for
ner at his Downstairs at the Upi
stairs. .Although Lawrence Welk's
music may make you tranquil, his
physicians are asking the buoyant
bandleader to take another rest.
. .In the movie varum, nf "Th

Diary of Anne Frank," fans will

nouce magazine photographs of
Garbo, Ginger Rogers, Deanna
Durbin, Ray Milland and Anna
May Wong tacked on the wall o-

ver Anne s nea. Those were the
real Anne's film favorites. .The
"Suxie Wong" east expressed con considerable
siderable considerable nilxr.Ument nvpr thm nr.

tonality of their leading lady,

e ranee wuyen. They sajll she's
friendly sometime nHHlv rhillv

when she hits another mood.

Helena Rubinstein, the cosme cosmetics
tics cosmetics queen, it convalescing at Doc Doctors
tors Doctors Hospital "West tide Sto Story"
ry" Story" opened in. Manchester. Eng.
land, to 14; curtain calls and looks
like another smash American hit
for London, A Broadway producer
made a pass at a showgirl in her
apartment the other night and
she shoved his hand into an elec electric
tric electric kiln she uses for making cer-
amii 1-wlr Th -wminHoil Jji.

bandaged paw s ?the .result ot
thario has been passing off the

carey ness wiui cieanung fluid.
. .A ton ia'it atar m foreed in anh

mit to n humiliating procedure
whila hi orks in New, York he
hat to report to the polica every

two aayi ana snow nit arms to

prove- were are no needle marts,
RID STI1U NEGOTIATIONS
NEW DELHI (UPI) India Is
negotiating the purchase of 215, 215,-000
000 215,-000 tons of steel from Russia for
21 million dollars, i t was an

nounced today. Steel, Mines

and Fuel Minister Sardar Swar-
ininffh xaM nivmnt wniiM he

made in Indian rupees wh'ch
Russis would use in turn to buy
Indian goods.

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BolboaT. Plans
Christmas Films
For, Next Week
The fialboa Y.M CA p.5 O.
will present two films appropriate
to the Christmas season an Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Dec. 4 at 7:45 p.m. One is
Holy Night, the story opening ?0u
year before Jesus came and de depicting,
picting, depicting, the events that led up to
and include His birth.
The other film deals with, the
escape into- Egypt, showing the
arrival of the Three Wue 'Men
from the East,: Herpd's anger and
the flight of the Holy Family..

, these rum presentation are o-
han irt tUm miKli" u,itltn,ift ihfifa

fuii iv ttvt ,iywiiVKimuu, MiaiK
and Will be shown in the VMCA
auditorium- .
Christ For Youth
Fellowship Holds
Program Tomorrow
The Christ For Youth Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship wjU i journey to ,the warship
place of the Panamas Salvation
Army in Guachapali tomorrow at

7:30 p.m. to hold a evangelical

Tally. -

The program will include inspi inspirational
rational inspirational gospel singing; personal
experiences in testimonies; and, a
message by Brother Bertley Springer.

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION
: NEW YORK (UPI) Contractors
celebrated the topping out of the
4S-story Time and' Life Building
by hauling a 35-foot Christmas
tree to the roof and lighting it.

"If you like chicken, you'll love

this chicken noodle soup!"

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noodles xoked with

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(III In Korea Brands
Selling Of Plane,
Flshsf Aj Piracy
PANMUNJOM Korea VtTPn

The United Nationt Command
yesterday denounced as "outright
piracy" the capture of two South
Korean fishing boats this month
and last February's hijacking of
a South Korean airliner by the
North Korean Communists.
I The charee was made at the

89th meeting of the Military Armi-

sulk uuiiiniisBiun ny Uivu uaiei
Delegate, Rear Adm. Iran 11.
Nunn. of the .United States.

Nunn said the Communists
seited two South Korean fishine

boats Nov, T ,in International wa

ters and demanded' me immediate
return1 of J the boats ahd ; their

crews.

Ill 'alsd Walii dertandei thi; re

turn of the Korean National Air-

lineirnDOi airliner snditt targo
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wuitn was mjjcira pv irmeu
Communist agents last Feb. 16.
The Communists claimed Ihe
fishing : boats were : eiptured by
armed patrol craft for intruding
in North Korean territorial waters.

Maj. Gen; Kang Sang Ho, tho
chief Communist delegate, said six

fishermen had been released but

that six others nad expressed the

desire to remain in North Korea.

Kang claimed the six were "dis

placed persons", who were taken
to South Korea during the early
days of the Korean war.

(Several hours -after the meetinfl

the UNC announced that the Reds
had released one fishing boat and
its six man crew. It said informa information
tion information on the release was delayed
because of poor communicationa
at the turnover point in Taejin
South Korea.)

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The monthly meetjnf. tl the
, Newcomers Club wit held. t ine
Furl. Guiiclt Service Club, 'with
Mrs.-Marvin Nolle ami Mr. Roy
. Linduuiit tctina as hostesses."
x Gueat apeaker at the meeting
was Mrs. Atlia of the Central Fa
brie Shop in Colon, woo discuss
ca ine nuiory 01 iaunci ana un
played many samples. v

' Guests who were introduced by
Mra. W.. A. Reinheimer. included
Mrs. .Cecil VHim.es, Mrs, p. r M.
Judson, Mr, f, G. Cmrs, Mrs.
C ,D Jody, Mra W. NorritH Mrs.
J.' Balcazar, Mr. A. 5wnry,

Mrs; Ross Kuttler, Mr. J. An-
feles, Mrs. E. Brown, .r. R.
ownsend.. Mrs. W. Crlsi. Mrs.
G. Downing,. Mra. L. Kiiltp, Mrs
Van Buskirk, Mrs. R, Broadbent,
Mrs M. Stinson, Mrs. Jose fcste
ras, Mrs. L. Baiub, Mrs: .1 o n
winne, Mr,. T. Simon and Mri
J, Doltott. -
Refreshments featured pumpkin
pie topped witn whipped cream
Winner of the door prize was Mra
D. Keelan.
Club member who attended
were Mr. Daniel Mr. T. Gove,
Mrs., tUXraig; Mr. .J. Lint,
Mrs.' Jn Boniface, Mra.JA. Bar!.
Mrs.' R. Moore, .Mr. W. Wnitseil,
Mrs 'I. Lehmann,; Mrs. G. Hen-

ning;; Mrs. D. Kloe, Mrs. R. Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Mrs. D. Eglinton, Mr. E.
Berber, Mr. V. Crtchfleld, Mrs.
W. Pollard, Mrs. R. Daugherty,
Mrs. R. McClekn, Mrs. E, Brown,
Mrs. L. Clark and Mrs. J. Fra-
I MrsVieakeVTo Attend- V
i Rehabilitation CenfeMnce
Mrs.. Eleanor- Becker, rehabilita rehabilitation
tion rehabilitation chairman of the American
Legion Auxiliary's Department of
Panama,- is scheduled to attend
conference, sponsored by tne
auxiliary next Monday and Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in Louisville, Ky.,
.The rehabilitation conference
and t child, welfare conference
will be held at the Sheraton Seer Seer-Bach
Bach Seer-Bach Hotel in Louisville. Featur Featured
ed Featured speaker will be, Mrs, CKarle
W. Gunn of Portland, Ore.; ntion
41 Auxiliary president, who will
report on her recent trip to Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, where the visited hospital
and child care centers.

Group Will look
Into Jungle Window
-a 'k A meeting of i.the PanamacCa PanamacCa-aal
aal PanamacCa-aal Natural Hittory Society 4 will
be held Wednesday. Dec. 3, at tlie
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center in Balboa, at S p.m.,;
v At this meeting William M.SCo M.SCo-an
an M.SCo-an will speak on the subject
"Through Jungle Windows." The
main part of the program will he
an hour-long 16mm Kodachrome
movie made by Kosan in local
jungles.
Among the outstanding things to
fee seen through, his "jungle win windows"
dows" windows" are excellent close-ups ol
howler mohken, two-and three three-toed
toed three-toed sloths (including a baby
three-toed), the flight of the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful blue morphs butterfly in ex extreme
treme extreme slow motion, and the baby
king vulture still in the downy
atage which wa found on Barro
Colorado Wand, .-.
Hi colored movies are. the first
ever taken of the young king vul vulture
ture vulture in the pre-flight stage. Ci'nt Ci'nt-photomarerBgrah
photomarerBgrah Ci'nt-photomarerBgrah of the parasol
ants in action will take you
through magnified jungle windows,
also Mowing the leaf cutting tech techniques
niques techniques of single busy ant. V
It is expected that there will
also be a tp recording of a few
of the "voices to be heard ia
our local jungle.
Kosan is well known' to local
group for his lectures and films
on "Fort San Lorenzo", and "Doc "Doc-tor'
tor' "Doc-tor' Holiday."
is Because of the popular demand
tor this leeture, this session of the
- Natural History Society will -t b
, an open mieung. Servicemen and
i. their dependents; a well at rii
Sent of the Canal Zone and thi
.public f Panama are invited.
CHUCKLE HEAD

, CHICAGO (UP) Siiaa-truce,
, Wt.warret,a' by "pel-ice win
found uUV lying by a'sidewalk
collection p4," dressed in Santa
r CJau ami and 'mumbling "H'ray
.for ;hristm.;,-
took HlblN&llMLACE .-
HALIFAX, N.C. tUfi)-Airman
Jolm V. Mallol of Seymour.John
on AFB, N.C., faced number
of Ai6tr vehicle charge today
i, Weaut it mt carelesi 4beut
. the biding spot he picked,
Mallei, being ehased ky fogh fogh-"
" fogh-" way paOdlMa. awemi into the
courtyard of building Her and
' parked behiad the truetur. It
1 wa the local highway patrol ata ata-tioa.;
tioa.; ata-tioa.; 1 -. - .i
RULIS OUT INMATII
. SPRINGFIELD, 111. (Upl) -U-linoia
Atty. Gea. Latham Castle
ruled yesterday that junior col college
lege college cannot include la their en en-rollnieat
rollnieat en-rollnieat figures for state id pri.
on inmate wba tlkt televised
course.

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""out uu worxer at the Win Win-charger,
charger, Win-charger, Co. plant got a head
' the.lr Thanksgiving holl-
. day Wednesday, thanks to an ani animal
mal animal friend.
Wficial give employ the

cnoirt of staying an the job or
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h o ana atyd.

Miss Louis To Perform
In Celltft Product an
Miss Terry Lee Louis, daughter
of Mrs. and Mrs. Charles Louis of
Cristobal, has been named a
member of the caat for, a play to
be presented 1 by the v Theatre
Playshop of Beaver College, Jen Jen-kintown.
kintown. Jen-kintown. Pa- f 1
The tomedy, "The Bald Sopr
no", by Russian -playwright Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Iocesco, will be in Its 1 pre premiere
miere premiere Ib the. Philadelphia rea. ;
Miss Louis is a sophomore stu student
dent student at Beaver College and is ma majoring
joring majoring in liberal arts. v
AHantic-Side PTA V "-
Hear Diana Chiaii Cruber '
Mra, Diani Chian Gruber, well well-known
known well-known authority on the native art
o' Panama, v'tg guest speaker at

Parent-Teachera Association 'this
week at the v North Margants
School;
i '
Mrs.' Gfuber explained to her
audience how she obtains the ma
terials all 'found in-- Panama,
which- she- uses in her art work.
She exhibited samples of bateas
tapestry and' native potterv.
During the PTA business meet
ing, the membership committee
reported that -the association now
list 231 members.
Evangelists Here
To Visit Friends
And Lead Services
Rev.' and Mrs.' Truett
Rev.-and Mrs'Ewell pean -Tru-l
ett arrived on the Isthmus this
week to visit friends, and fala-l
tives and to conduct evangelistic
iervicesy i .'
A special welcoming- service
was given in the.r honor at' tne
Evangelistic Center in Colon. Rev.
Trueit will deliver the ; evangelis
tic message at services Sunday
evening at the Foursquare f. Gos Gospel
pel Gospel Church at Rainbow City. The
program also will feature signing
with guitar accompaniment, v The
public is invite to attend.
jars, rrueii is me tormer uar uar-lefte
lefte uar-lefte Tuttle, daughter of Rev, and
Mrs. T. J. Tuttle of Colon. She
spent most of her life in Panama
with her parents, and attended
Canal Zone school. She was
graduated from Cristobal H i g h
School in 1954.
- Rev. and Mrs. Trueet married
while' both were attending L.l.F.E.
Bible College in Los Angelas, Cal Calif.
if. Calif. For the past 'few months, the
coupie nas Deen eonqucting evan evangelistic
gelistic evangelistic iervleet in Txa

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FAREWELL BOUQUET Fathef John F. King, receives a Spiritual bouquet" and "return
ticket to Panama? from Tony Raymond, at a farewell dinner Sunday at the Strangers Club,
Colon. Bishop Jesus Serrano and Father Robert R. Vlgnola, are at Father King's left.

Father King
At Farewell
Father John F. King, was guest
of a honor at a farewell dinner
Sunday evening t at the S rangers
Club, Colon prior to his departure
for a hew assignment; in Philadel Philadelphia,'.
phia,'. Philadelphia,'. Pa'. Over 300 friends, attend
ed and bid Father farewell and
godspeed, u.;,
Master of ceremoiJ.s Tony
Raymond- introduced the guests
seated at Father King's table in including,
cluding, including, Bishop Jesus Serrano,
Father Robert R. Vignola, Father
James J. Murphy, Mayor and
Mrs. Raymond.

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of Balboa, Also Father Jose Ochoa
Father Rafael Chen, Father j.
Terence Mooney and. Father Al Alfred
fred Alfred Pehrson, ;
Following a very delicious buf buffet
fet buffet served by John Surany, a short
program was presented. A few ac accordion
cordion accordion selections were played by
"Rusty";.Fleld of Holy Family
-parish Id Margarita. A recitation
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OrchM Chapter, O.E.S.
. A snowing of slides on "Stars
in Germany will nighlight- the
meeting of Orchid Chapter. Order
of the Eastern Star, tnis evening
at 7:30.
The meeting has been scheduled
as an initiatory meeting.
Cam And Mineral Society
The Canal Zone Gem And Min
eral Society will have a regular
meetine this pvi-nine at Ml a
the. Club Building 57, Balboa. The
program will be presented by R.
H. Stewart and Miss Lydia Ca
pe.
Members are invited to bring
rock specimens for fluorescence
lest.
of a "spiritual bouquet" and a
"return ticket to Panama" to Fa Father
ther Father King on behalf oi all present.
Pa her King expressed his appre appreciation
ciation appreciation and thanks aad remarked
about his many years in Panama.
Father Vlgnola, who succeeds
Father King as superior of. the
vrncentian Fathers on the Atlantic
side, thanked everyone for their
devotion and assistance to Father
King. In closing, he' p-e enled
Bishop Serrano, who gave Father
King a rosary for his mother
which had been blessed by the
late Pope Pius XII. All present
then formed a line to bid farewell
personally to Father King.
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UNION CHURCH

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The -hit aF th inHn.irtot n
reau. Navy Capt. Geoffrey Thomp
son is scheduled to addre the
mens fellowship of the iiargari iiargari-ta
ta iiargari-ta Union Church Monday night.
Thompson's' add-ess will follow
a supper to be served by the
church women at 8:30 p.m. John
Bruland is in charge of arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements. All the men of the com community
munity community are invited. ;
- On Sunday, the pastor tf, the
Mareanta ITninn rh
do-e E. Franklin will hppin n
Advent series of sermons, the
sermon for Sunday is entitled The
Kin2 of Glorv In kninr with th
general theme the kingship of Je
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ies series are as fellows; Dec. 1, Await Awaiting
ing Awaiting the King; Dec. H. Heralds of
the King; Dec. 21, Homage to the

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p m. and the Yomh Fellowship fori
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Everything, teems a -little quicker
in the Army-Navy game; the- 59th
edition of which will be played be before
fore before 182,000 at Philadelphia's Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Stadium and millions f
television viewers tomorrow.
- linemen ; get; off the. mark and
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fti and harder than the? do
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college game. With Cap! Pete
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part of the field. These two run,
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ARMY. TIID ONLY BY Pitts
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a token appearance, goes into this
Navy battle with what probably
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With Joe Caldwell handing the
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Harry Wlaters, the clear-'em-out
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Earl H. Blaik throws the book at
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Napoleon, rf
Bratnwaite, ,2b
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Altman, If
rrescdU, 3b
Gabler,. lb
Mitchelf, cf
Cobos, c
Robinson, p
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a-Ni&ez struck out for Robin Robinson
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Robe, is, lb
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Marlboro 100 100 00 2 6 2
C Balboa 000 030 23x 2 14 3
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Errors: Peeples, Parris, Gonder,
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GONDER BLASTS ONE YONDER The Cerveza. Balboa welcome committee is large and jubil jubilant
ant jubilant as happy teammates congratulate Jesse Gonder after the catcher smashed a two-out, two two-run
run two-run homer off HuAiberto Robinson in the fifth' inning of last night's game. Gonder's blow
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ers' hurler.
Humberto Robinson, winner of
six eames aeainst the Brewers
last season, was no puzzle to the
Beermen last night, as they hit'
. i i T 4m
saieiy agains v nun in every iu iu-ning.
ning. iu-ning. Leonardo Ferguson and Jose
Lizondro who followed Robbie to
the mound also gave up hits in the
amines they Ditched.
Maranda. a bit stiff at the start.
improved as the game advanced.
and made eood use of his fast
hall. The stocky French-Canadian
allowed only six hits and two un
earned runs. Robinson, on the oth
er hand, allowed 11 hits over the
the six innings he toiled. Although
he was lifted for a' pinchnitter in
the sixth, a face saving exit, his
end was virtually decreed in the
fifth when Balboa tallied three
times.
In this frame, after Barry
Shetront scored wr-Clydt Par Parris'
ris' Parris' sacrifice fly, Jesse Gonder,
newly acquired Brawar b a c k k-stop,
stop, k-stop, beltad ena of Robbie's of offerings
ferings offerings ever the right field fence
with Roberts on base to put K;s
team ahead 3 to 2. This was a a-no
no a-no ugh to tag the defeat on Hum Hum-'
' Hum-' barto.
The Beermen pack such power
in their lineup that the club is al
ready being compared with the
great General Electric of the past.
They have picked up 14 runs on
25 hits in their two games played
so far. Brewer pitching has al
lowed three runs,, two of which
are unearned. Manager Leon Kell Kell-man
man Kell-man never had it so good in his
years as a pilot, and he has won
with a lot less in previous' sea
sons.
Gonder, in his Pro Loop debut,

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Brewings
showed good Kitting ability at the
expense of one of the best hurlers
in the league, Robinson. One
thing has been observed over a
long period is that Robbie is
rough on right hand hitters but
the lefties are rough against him.
From the looks of thing? there
aren't many bright spots on the
Marlboro club. Several of the
regulars on this club do not seem
to be able to keep pace with the
hieh calibre nitchinc that they
are meeting. Manager StaWord
Graham might have to seek some
Duneh and some Ditching depth in
order to successfully battle,, then
opposition. It would appear as If
Robbie is going to need a lot
more and better help than Leo Leonardo
nardo Leonardo Ferguson if he expects to
continue his mastery over the.
Beermen.
Hector' Lopez doesn't seam to
have that monopoly over the of offensive
fensive offensive departments of the i
league any longer. His rivals
may be found among Las Pa-
den, Pumpsie Green and Gail
Henley of ths Kings; Barfirome
of Carta Vieja, and his team teammates
mates teammates Parris and GoriJer.
The calling of balls and strikes
was a very erratic atiair l a s t
night. We hope those guys in tjlue
make some effort to improve be before
fore before the fans beiome disgusted
JUst as the fans have demanded
better players and four clubs so
will they be eventually demand
ing better umpires The league
should not lose sight of this situa
tion Missing a pitch or two is a
normal thing, but to miss as ma
ny as were missed last night is
downright incompentence
SUNDAY ACTION
HARRISBURG. Pa; (NEA)
An effort will be made to include
basketball and hockey as sports
permitted in Pennsylvania on Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Arrives
Cristobal
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, . Dec.
, .Dec. 13
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....Dec. 8
....Dec. 15,
.i .Dec. ZZ
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PANAMA
2-2904

Mar Word

Unbeaten

Cerveza Balboa, the only un
beaten team, in the Panama Pro Professional
fessional Professional league; and the Kings,
who looked sharp in beating the
champion Carta Vieja Yankees 4-2
Wednesday night,, meet, tonight at
7:30 at the Olympic Stadium.
Last night Cerveza Balooa man man-St,ti
St,ti man-St,ti iA.-bu jVeuniau put a braud
new Dattery 'on uiapiay wmcn
proQucea maliaiit resiuis as ngat ngat-nanaer
nanaer ngat-nanaer Georges iviaranaa losseu a
six-mudr anu catcner Jesse Gon
der smashed a two-rim nouier in
an h i win over the mariooro
omoKers,
Selected to open, on the' mound
forme ueermen, as tney sees
uieir. tniru-.iitra)iat victor-' is
Pete .Mesarf.'-,a:ameflfo,T,Onea
uassiiicauon ifaciii'c ,XCost'
-League.. . . ,. -Mesa
will be opposed ,hy Dick
Luebke, San Anionio, Class AA
Texas League. A win lor tne
Kings, who have a i-1 won lost
recoru, would create (.tie with
each of tonight's participants own owning
ing owning a 2-1 sl.te.
KeHniaii pulled a neat trick
last nigit wnn he banthed
himself and inserted nawcomer
OO'.it.sf In rifth position in tne
nnaup.,
In his initial at-bat, in the first,'
the backstop, wno arrived here
Sunday, grounded out. to the pitch-.
er, .but he gave an idea that be
was no pokey at the plate .when
he' jingled sharply to center in
tne iourth.
In the bottom of the fifth inning
the Beermen were; trailing 2 0,
Maranda being joe victim of two
unearned runs scored off him in
the first and fourth frames.
:Barry Shetrone ied tf for Cer
veza Balboa with a- single to right
He reached third on JJave Rob Roberts'
erts' Roberts' hit to right and losing hurl
er Humberto Robinson got big
league? Hector Lopez on strikes
for the first out.
Clyde Parris' sacrifice fly to
center scored Shetrone to make
the count 2-1; then Gonder level leveled
ed leveled off on a Roninson pitch to rsend
the ball far o 'er the right field
fence scoring Roberts ahead j l
him. The blow put the Beermen
out in -front foV the first time in
the .contest, 3-2.
r' 1 ...
. Lope twfrtrun roundtripper o o-ver
ver o-ver th right1 field fence in the
t seventh gave Maranda insur
' anct. with a 5-2 marg:n and'thev
.contest becama a breexe for the
French Canadian from Quebec'
whan his 'mates scored thrice'
in the eighth to make it 8m
,.Qendeb.,a lefthapded swjhfee?
who had bee'n playing for the;
Leon blub' of the Nicaragyan win
ter-league up; until about two;
weeks ago, is also an outfielder.:
' Bobiliisorf, who InYd been botherV
ed throughout the game with a
blistered middle finger, allowed a
total of. Jl hits before being lifted
for, a pinch-hitter in the seventh.
The Milwaukee hurlpr was fepon fepon-sible
sible fepon-sible for three runs, while ; Leo Leo-rtardd
rtardd Leo-rtardd Ferguson, the second; of the
three Mfrlboro hurlers used "in
the contest, gave, up, three safe safeties
ties safeties and five tallies. X
Jose Lizondro came to the
mound in the eighth to hold the
winners liitless.. ,'.
II

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- s Editor CONRAD& SARCEANT-V k

PANAMA' PROFESSIONAL LEAGJJE "H" 1

Teams
Cerveza
palboa x 1 1
M
ar,borO 0 x O
K
'"gs ...0 O. V
Carta Vieja ,...;0 vO a

i -Totals o, 1 1 2 '.4 4 "I:

TONIGHT'S GAME -At
Olympic Stadium: kings (Luebkef vs.' CerVeza
Balboa (Mesa)-.".-
Came ime;7! 7:30. i
' LAST NIGHT'S RKlJLj :.
At Olympic Stadium: Cerveza Balboa: 8, Maribor2

FINAL CALL FOR
V
This Saturday, those hm
Jiave.not registered, but Who are
cuime iv yiay in me ravuic xiiv xiiv-tle
tle xiiv-tle League, should report" to the
Little League Stadium at 8 o'clock
in the morning.;. Also, all 12 year
old boys who have registered,
should report for their' tryout. tryout.-The
The tryout.-The auction-of all candidates, for
flip T.ittln Jj'aVUK an1 P r m
League will be held .Sunday af-
fprnnnn T n m at tha flivit Af.
fairs Ruilrtinff Thio mopfinfr n
coroance witn pnue League rules,
is restricted to the managers-
coaches, playe agent and the
board of directors.
At the beginrfing of each rea reason,
son, reason, each manager receives 10,000
erfldits. in artrtitinn tn his nnpv.
pended credits from the previous
season pins z,uu credits lor any
Doy missmg 'irom nis last- years
roster, by virtue of illness, change
oi resiueavpeic.
...HVifli these credits,' the man'ag"-'
ers ma ana Duy tne engiDie candi candidates.
dates. candidates. The player asent serves "as
the auctioneer, endeavoring fo
draw the managers into comne-
tive bidding. The buying price of
each players is a confidential and
flnsplv ffiiarrind IpauilA -tecrpt in.
der no circumstances, is it permit permitted
ted permitted to divulge to the boys, or any
outside source, the" amount.' of
credits expended for any player.

inext weeit, a iist win oe publish
names of the teams, and mattag-
ers to wnom the players should
report. j
This is the 20th anniversary of
Little Lpspiip and the.. Sth frtr ilio
Pacific Little League; the grand
daddV of all.thn T.ittlp Tspiip nn
the Isthmus. Little League began
in Williamsport. Pennsylvania, in
hl930 as a three-team league ;of 36
boys. .. !,
In the 20 years, Little League
has mushroomed from a single
league qf three teams to 4,7G
leagues of 22,288 maior league
teams, not counting the farm af-

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From ;frfTw 'TrtAiil a;m
Williamsport Littie League is now
international 'in &ope. In fact
mmg 1957. and 1958, the fabulous
i-uue iaguers from Monterrey
Mexico won the the Little League
World Championship.
Little LaPllA ttal 'tffnntAfl aaw.
tification of Incoporation persuant
mi iue jaws ot JNew YorK State,.;in
1950. It is strictly a non-profit or organization'
ganization' organization' and the International
administration" o bi a i n s approxi
mately37 tpei- cent of the, total
opera tine budget, f mm th fnn.
chise iees asef against the
local leagues The Remaining 63
per cent is raised through nation

al 8ponsorsnip royalties and con-
tnbutions, 't;.t' if ,,"'--
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ulated itfterestin the sport of bait
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lished bythe,"AthleUc Institute, An
iat pniy 28 pers cent included
baseball in their program,' and as
a SDOrt hasphflll rnnkorl frtni-tt,
lowing .basketball;" football : and
u-acK. in, 195,; 63, per cent of the
schools participated in competitive
baseball,, ahdwas' second as the
mosi popular -sporti oreceeded on-
continuing.
The naniB of Tjttln TjflPii anA
Little League; Baseball as well as
the emblem are-registered in the
United States Patent Off ice and
cannot oe used 'Dy any organiza organization
tion organization without thft1 artnrnvat nf Ma.
tional Headquarters,': in William-
spori rennsyivania.
tThe bat manufaptiirpM ronArfnd
that of 4,316,244 bats sold last year
2,017,116: were of the Little League
types. VThis shows" the impact of
ILittle t League tequirements fof
baseball equipment.
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Melendez

ttostigador,

LobolToiMitcK

Five first series imported thoroughbreds will
battle it out over one mile for a 51,000 purse tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at the President Hemon racetrack in
the afternoon's main event. V$?rXT"T

Light-weighted Melendez and Lo

bo could go off the .mutuets favor-kacer
ites but stretch-burning Embassy

and sprinter Bacancito and Hos
tigador are auo lure 10 ne neavi
ly backed. v : ; :
If Melendez hits Ms best stride
early, he should be able to get up
In time because Hostigador and
Bacancito are almost certain to
race each other- into the ground
in a suicidal battle for the lead.
Both Bacancito and Hostigador
are front-runnert and do their
best while in front." ". : ;
Embassy, which is no s 1 o w
coach, has good speed, can go the
distance well and is also stout stouthearted
hearted stouthearted but the "experts" are of
the opinion ihat washecUup Bias
Aguirre will be too much of a
Race Track
Jackav
Si.
1st Race 7th
Serbs Imp.
First

I Pot-Pur" 400.00
Race of the Double

1 Thunderstreak
2 Pansl
8 King John
4 P. Vanidad
5 Mi Locura
J. Talav,115
A. VcazallS
D. Barret 102x
R. Cruz 107x
A. Lourless 113x
A: Credidio 108
F. Justinian! 102x
6-Edith Piaf
T Grimilda

2nd Race 7th Series Imp. I Fgs.Purs $400.00

Second Race
1 Lanero J. Jimenez 110
2 Recife V. Castillo 115
3 Nedrey J. Talavera 110
4 Lady Edna F. Alvarez 10H
5 Clarucha' C. Ruia 113
6 Valdina Jeep A. Credidio 110
7 Mi Cautiva S. Hernandez 105
8 Best B. ; Baeza U2
3rd Raee "Special" Imp.
Pg.
ONI
1 DfiaT"Llndi,v.''Baeill2
2 Sunsqde A. Icaza 115
3 Camakas J. Perez 115
4-Eros S. Hernandez 110
5 Barloa J. Cadogan 115

' 4th Race-"Special" Imp.

1 Joyero G. Sanchez 110
2 Calacha C Ruiz 112
3 Aldar J, Samaniego 116
4 Pardihe J. Talaverl 115
5 Darhajuana B: Baeza 110
6 Don Cirilo A. Perez 112
7 Amelia A. Alfaro 105
t Cuquita R. Cruz 102x
5m Racv"6"
1 Mellizo
2 Don Manuel
3 Silver Sun
4 Pilluelo
5 Okiland
Nat'i
es' 7 Pgs.
F. Sanchez 112x
. V, Justi. lOOx
S. Hernandez 108
A. -Credidio 113
: D. Barret. 105x
ith Race "Special"
1 Pocas Pilchas
2 Granadero
8 Martlet
4 Licenciado
5 Palave
imp.
first
J. Talav. 105
B. Baeza JIB
A. Ycaza-115
R. Cruz 103x
J.. Ulloa Hi
B. Aguirre 108
8 Dona Flora
7 Mulchen
8 Nebrisca
. Ai Peres 103
C.' Iglesiarf 113

!..-;: 3'- tf ',:r -Ff;-
7th Race 1st Series '$. Puria flOOOOO v Pool -Clesef 4:10

1 Melendez :S. IMmmf. m'maiirM tSSdn' -1
2 Lobo M-tedidier 104 Cbuld score af price
3 Embassy , B?' Aguirre' 113 Despite washed up rider

4 Bacancito r- Alvarez no
5- Hostigador by ;Baez; 112
SerlM impi VPgi.
Mi Race 7th
1- Fifito
2 Introduction
8 Zutphen
4- Curale"
5 Jump Quick
8 Semipleno-
A.Louriesi'll2x
B. Baeza 115
Hernandez 105

Ci, Quiros lOOxR-an well in. handicap ...

, B. 'AgufrretHS
i A.iCredhJid I05
tth Race Sth
Series,.!
mp.
1 Mondesir
2 Germanio
3 Vergnieux
4-Homan
5 Tatin
8 Diocese'
T Manuela P.
I Geyser
B. Aguirre 11$
J. Phillips 105
J. Ulloa 112
"F. Alvaret 110
J.' Rodriguez 113
. A. Credidio 110
A. Alfaro 108
B. Baeza 112
10th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Pes.
.-.-.- jiyy. tj--
1 Bucalemito A. Perez 111
2 Emily. Mary A. Credidio 104
3 Evening Star F. Alvarec 114
4 Charicleia S. Hernandez 108
5 Pan Tostado B. Baeza llf
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11th Race 4th Series Imp, 1 Pgs.
1 El Aeheila S. Hernandez 113
2 Behader J. xaiavera na
, 8 Sabiondo A. Alfaro 115
4 Julio Verne J"e Rodrig. 108
; 5 Joes Fiddling A, Credidio 113

Bacancito

Embassy,
handicap' for the Veteran Peruvian
to avercome. ... ,,
: .Leang jockey Braubo Baeza
IWU1 gUIUe UDSUJSWf nnut uu
line Fernando Alvarez Ml be a
board Bacancito. Amado Credituo
will do the booting' on Lobo and
Sandino Hernandez will attempt
to get Melendez off to a fast start.
Several other orosDective thril
lers are included on the card but
the ninth race, which u also a one
two event, should be the day's
best if the scheduled starters per
form to exDectations.
Tatin, Homan, Vergnlaux, Dio Diocese,
cese, Diocese, Manuela Pedraza, Mondesir,
Ceyser and Homan wilrtangle in
the nintft. At least tour i ine nors nors-es
es nors-es shape up on paper with a good
chance to win. v
Graded ) Entries
Comma
Peel Closes 1:00
in fight to finish EVEN
Distance in favor EVEN
Hopeless case . ,25-1
Refuses at start r 5-2
Could hang on here 5-2
Refuses-.--at start 10-1
Early speed only lft-1
Pool Closes 1:30
of tha Doublo
Not against these 2-1
Would surprise 10-1
Distance to liking 31
Last doesn't count 3-2
Could surprise 25-1
Would pay nice odds 5-1
Distance to liking 4-1
Will fight it out 3-2
Purse 950.00
TWO r
Pool Cletes 2t00
Fastest at getaway -,. v
Unknown .quantity
Has fair workouts
In fight to finish
Showed nothing in debut
'EVEN
41
S-l
EVEN
25-1

Strides

Pg. Purse $450.00
GUINISLA ,

Pee Closes 2:30
Poor race last time
Usually refuses
Excellent race in debut
Mutuels favorite
-Jockey may help 4
Rates good chance
Depends on. start
Not against these
5-1
10-1
2- 1
3 2
3- 1
5-2
'5-1
10-1
Purse $375.00 Pool Closes 1:
Distance to liking
Could surprise
In fight all the way
Enjoying ton form
Early speed only
3-2
8-1
2-1
2:1
2-1
i

Pgs. Purse 50.00
Raca tf the Oeuble

Pel Closes .3:40
Nothing recently 25-1
Dangerous contender 2-1
Form indicates 3-2
Could make it here 5-1
Returns ih good shape 5-2
Nothing to indicate! i 25-1
Depends on start -M: ",f 5-2
Fractious! can run 5-2
52
3-1
2-1
5-2
52
1 favorite distance
-Jockjejr wijlelp.
Purse 400.00
Pool Closes
4:40
Poor ride In last
2-1
32
501
41
i'M
'100-1
Jockey may decide
Nothing in months
Mer only handicap
4iure to finish' -last

7 Pgi.Purtt J500.M
1 ONE TWO

Pool Closes 5:15
Not with Aguirre
Begging for rest
Dangerous contender
Returns in good shape,
-rMutuels favorite
Would surprise
Enjoying great form ;
Wet track would help;
5-1
25-1
JS-2
81
3-2
10-1
3-1
4
Purse $400.00 Peel Clem 5:40
...... .... ,. ,.
Enjoying top fdrm 24
Ran well in last 1 10-1
-In fight to finish 2-1
Not good enough ; 15-1
-Mutuels favorite P-VJM
Purse $400.00' Peel Closes
- Showing improvement
wetter this week
Won easily in last
Usuallyi ;close i up i
Early speed, only ;

41
' J
2-1 J
2-1
2-1
.10-1
101 1,

JOE WILLIAIvis

NOT AIMED AT SPORT. There is
always an anticipatory smacking
04 gosiippy 4lips wuen an inveiti
gative agency, such as our State
Crime "Commission rolls its collec collective
tive collective eyeball in the direction of the!
sport. The commission chairman
Jacob Grumet. has summoned 100
parimutuel workers of the Jamai Jamaica
ca Jamaica track, for qu zoning. But -the
very, nature of tueir work and the
large number called yiecluae any
possimuty mat race iixing, jockey
collusion or kindred rogueries are
involved. There is no conceivable
way a parimu uel worker could,
through the machinery of his de department,
partment, department, abet, a. rigged betting
coup. ;
COLD PLAd SCANDAL: It
seems more likely Grumet's gim gimlets
lets gimlets have come across irregulari
ties in the staffing of the depart
ment. Possibly enforced kickbacks
by men who got their lobs through
influential powers, inside or out outside
side outside management, a nefariously
sordid practice in any field. One
that cannot be too searchingly ex explored,
plored, explored, too vigorously prosecuted.
And if this is the case here, we
wish Mr, G. and his G's happy
hunting and a full bag. Obviously,
it is a measure of our low charac character
ter character that we had hoped for some
thing more melodramatic. Who
doped Marshall cassidy? woo useo
a needle on t rancis f. uunner
What knave inserted sponges in
the delicate nostrils of Jimmy Kil-
roe? Things like that a Perry Ma Mason
son Mason addict can dig.
MORS TO COME: But p.rh.p
we ask too much too soon. Our
information is that the Crime Com Commission,
mission, Commission, has been examining va various
rious various aspects of the over-all racing
picture since early summer, that
this ii a continuing operation with
the parimutuel department angle
only the first step. Both the flats
and the trotters nave been under
surveillance. If any evidence of
larcenous racing or track-side
book making has been uncovered.
CHAIRMAN Grumet remains sen sensibly
sibly sensibly mum on the subject. It seems
safe to assume, however, that he
has made careful note both of
the flagrant form reversals at the
trots and the meaningless, slap-on-
the-wrist suspensions that follow follow-ed.
ed. follow-ed. v
..outplayed in line4, prince
toR colors are. wrrtge tnd black.
A horse named Black Gold won
the '24 Kentucky Derby. This may
explain the Tiger band's halftime
Racetrack Tips
B CONRAOO
1- Pangal
2- Lady Idna
3- Dona Linda
4- Don Cirilo
5-Malliio
4- Mertlet
7 Bacancito
5- Fiflto
9 Tatin
10 Bucalomite
Thunderstreak
Best
Eros
. Aldar
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salute to Major BUI Corum's mint
juled classic Saturday. Tie Tigers'
loss to Danmeub can be explain explained
ed explained on a more solid premise: They
aimply-got beaten by a better
team, wnich, as predicted here
Was, not noticeably impeded by the
enemy's single wing. Even though
the'. Hanoverians were fending a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst this type of attack for the
first time :hi .season they had
more 'Speed and punch down
front. and. that, in brief, is where
they .wop. The specific key was
the; superiority of their interior
linesmen, who, in clutch situa situations;
tions; situations; overwhelmed their counter counterparts.
parts. counterparts. .,n '.-

THE BIO PAY: You can't be
sure at all times whether a P'ay
orisinates with the coach or the
quarterback, whe'he" the hands of
Esau" are directed Dy inner -wisdom:
or the voice' of Jacob: In
any case: Dartmouth's Bill Grundy
made a daring fourth-down call,
with three to go on the Tigers 43,
that wrapped up the game in the
final quarter. This was a screen
pass from kick formation which
moved, the ball to the .27 and a
first down and eeherated an ins
pired, second-wind drive that was
not to be oeniea. naa we can
boomeraneed the Hanoverians
inieht haVe had trouble. At the
time they led by only one" point,
13-12.
PRESTIGE AT STAKE: As far
as the ast is concerned, Syra
cuse vs. UKianoma in me urange
Bowl will be. the most significant
of the many New Year Day s
muscle ongies. The prestige of he
sport in our sector will be on the
line. Coach Ben Schwartzwalder
says this is a better team than the
'56 edition which lost to Texas
Christian, 28-27, in the.Cotton Bowl.
mat team was mosuy jimmy
Brown. This team has greater
depth and can do more as a unit.?.
It almost has to be better trwn the
team which was torn to remnants
by Alabama in the '53 Orange
Bowl massacre, mis, incidentally
will be the fifth Miami invasion
for Coach Bud Wilkinson and his
Sooners. They'd save money by
buying a winter home down there.
To Be Resumed
Af Balboa Sunday
Classes In Fencing will be re resumed
sumed resumed this Sunday. Nov. 30 at 2
p.m. in the gymnasium of the Bal
boa Y.M.C.A. All memDers Of tne
former arouo are encouraged to
come out and assist in the reorga
nization of the Fencing. Club.
Classes are held once weekly
and are conducted by Charles
Walsh. Instruction is free. Any
Canal Zone, Military or civilian
men and women interested in
learning the art of swordsmanship
are invited to attend the opening
class this Sunday.
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other Ideas. The White team defeated the Blues, 8-0, in the first annual Palm Bowl game at Balbo- -H'" rticeeds
from the game were turned over to the. United Fund. (Photo Bill Kirkland)

MAJOR LEAGUE
R.C. Nehi
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Wynn
Fuerza y Luz
Seymour Agency
Lucky Strike
P A A
H. I. Horn a Co.
Pan Imperial
15 29
High Averages
Coffey 193
Schmidt 193
Soyster 185
The "underdogs" rose up and
smote the favorites in the Major
League and further proved that
the ball, or I should say pins, roll
and bounce in many ways.
Seymour Agtncy 3; R. C. Nahl 1
With Curly Bates enjoying his
best bight in the league so far.
Seymour Agency trounced the
league leading R.C. Nehi. Seymour
Agency lost the last game as Cur Curly
ly Curly ran out of gas white Phil Ves Ves-cio
cio Ves-cio threw a 204 game and Bill Al Allen
len Allen 191.
Seymour Agency: Boyer, 515;
Hassler. 509; Bates, 627; Soyster,
585; Schmidt, 498.
R. C. Nehi: Vescio, 518; Klumpp
435; Allen, 547; Kaelin, 512; Cof Coffey,
fey, Coffey, 567.
H. I. Homa Co. 20 Wynn 2
With a few breaks, good or bad,
H. I. Homa Co. could have won
four points from Wynn. H. I. Ho Homa
ma Homa Co. dropped the first game by
31 pins; won the second by S and
the third by 20, but fell 5 short in
the total pin column. Bud Balcer
rolled 629 for H. I. Homa Co. to be
high for the night.
H. I. Homa Co: Charters, 472;
Schneider, 533; Thomas, 506; Bal Balcer,
cer, Balcer, 629; Rogers, 489.
Wynn: Dube, 542; Hinely, 498; A A-mato,
mato, A-mato, 497; Graham, 532; Bell, 565.
Lucky Strikt 3; Fuerza y Lux I
With four members totaling 500
or better Lucky Strike smoked
three points from Fuerza y Luz
Fuerza y Luz won the second game
when George Winquist scored 230
and Joe Bieber, 206.
Lucky Strike: Soto, 559; Mor Morrow,
row, Morrow, 543; Luttenberger, 520; Matz Matz-ger,
ger, Matz-ger, 489; Damian, 584.
Fuerza y Luz: Gleichman, 494;
Fernandez, 434; Bieber, 579; Fis Fis-tonich,
tonich, Fis-tonich, 566; Winquist, 533
Pan Imperial 2; P A A 2
Pan Imperial had four men to
over 500 and stood off P A A in the
total pin column to win one game
and pin total by 10. High scorers
were Joe Bureoon for Pan Impe Imperial
rial Imperial and Ted Melanson for PAA.
Pan Imperial: Albritton, 525;
LaBeau, 415; Prusinowski, 513;
Burgoon, 556; Kunkel, 541.
P A A: Lowande. 450; DeLuca.
548; King, 510; Melanson, 590;
Lane, 442.

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Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceaosiee CHiM
Saute Clara R. 4 f Phono Pa Pa-J
J Pa-J aama MITT Cristobal l-17s.
Hew York Secretary
Facing Murder Count
In Fiance's Death
NEW YORK (UPI)-r-An attrac attractive
tive attractive 26-year-old secretary today
faced a first degree murder
-u ....... 4nr tlavintr hw Itlitor
whom she had accused of attempt-.
ing to kill her and tnen commu commuting
ting commuting suicide.
The dramatic turnabout in the
case came Tuesday when the FBI
rejected the police version that
former Air Force Lf. John Con Con-well,
well, Con-well, 28, of Hbrnell, N. Y.,: killed
hjiiisell after criticaly wounding
Miss Lillian Freiberg because she
allegedly wanted to end their ro romance.
mance. romance. Conwell was found dead in his
automobile in the "parking lot at
Brooklyn's Ft. Hamilton on Nov.
9. Miss Freiberg, semi conscious
and bleeding from two duuci
wounds in the stomach and onej
in the thigh, was found four feet,
from the car.
A guard who discovered the
double shooting quoted Miss Frei Freiberg
berg Freiberg as saying: "John Conwell
ghot me."
The FBI entefted the ease be because
cause because the shootings took place on
government property.
After, intensive investigation and
study of the autopsy report on
Conwell, the FBI disclosed that
Conwell could not have shot him himself
self himself as Miss Frieber had
charged.
Immediately- after the startling
FBI disclosure Miss Freiberg was
arraigned in a wheelchair on a
trst degree murder charge.
According to he FBI, miss
Freiberg killed-Con well and then
hot herself three times in a vain
attempt to commit suicide. When
she found herself still alive she
tried to put the blame on Con Conwell.
well. Conwell. It V
a KTAtft UCARINfi
n i nfcrfiw"" :
ciTtrriM TTnalsnri MTPT Met-
H worker William Gregory today
credited an Elvis Presley rock
- .n far mslnrihtf his
hearing. Gregory, dear for -eight
years, saia eoraeuunB
click" while the song was blaring
on the radio during the weekend.
He said his' hearing suddenly re re-turned.
turned. re-turned. LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Expansion Valves and oth other
er other refrigeration accessories
at lowest prices1 in town
AGENDAS
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Phone 2-3492
Opposite Old Balboa Brewery
(Next U English Wharf)
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Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
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GOVERNMENT
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on new cars
AGENCY -DEHLINUER
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Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
35 mm. Camera
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FOR HINT: Unfurnished aver averment:
ment: averment: Larft lirinfroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, two eea'roems -with two
baths, kitchen, atrivare entrance,
locked sartft. Phena 3-087.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
livingroom, bedroom, kitchen
and bath, $65.00. Inquire, ja janitor
nitor janitor at T1-U2, 4th of uly
Avenue or shone Hopkins, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: J- Two bedroom
apartment, independent service.
Ave I No. 43 San Francisco da
la Calata, Tal. 31221.
FOR RENT :-Canjreja ana bad bad-room
room bad-room apartmant furnished in new
house, with new furniture. $85
Call 3-1789.
Labor Union May
Ask Rights Probe
Of Employer Appeals
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A labor
union may ask the Federal Civil
Rights Coifimission to investigate
appeals to race prejudice by em
ployers resisting organizing drives
in southern plants.
AJ Hartnett, secretary-treasurer
of the International Union of Elec Electrical,
trical, Electrical, Radio and Machine Work Workers
ers Workers (IUE ), said his union -was con considering
sidering considering such 1 step.
General Counsel Jerome D. Fen Fen-ton
ton Fen-ton of the National Labor Rela Relations,
tions, Relations, Board last week refused to
issue a complaint against a Bay
f .ings, Miss., firm which raised
the racial issue during an UE or organizing
ganizing organizing campaign.
Fenton said that the company
issued statements that the union
would require Negroes to work
alongside whites i.. the plant if it
won the 'NLRB election. While
not condoning the firm's actions,
Fenton said it was not a violation
of the Taft Hartley Act. His
ruling cannot be appealed.
A new election has been ordered
on other grounds. The union lost
in the first balloting.
"We're going to keep on trying
to get this board to recognize
racial nrejudie for what it is
an unfair labor practice," Hartnett
said.
Football Results
IAST
Brown 28L Colgate 6
Cornel, 19 Pennsylvania 7
Penn State 25 Pittsburgh 21
7 SOUTH
Virginia Tech (VPI) 21 V.M.I. 16
Morean State zo Virginia siaie o
MississiooirSouthern 20 Chattanoo
ga 13
South Carolina 24 wake Forest 7
Allen 3 Bethune Cook 2
William and Mary 18 Richmond
15
Suscuehana State 14 Benedict 6
Hampton Institute 21 Virginia U U-nion
nion U-nion 12
Fort Valley State 18 Albany (Ga.)
State 2
Presbyterian College 22 Newberry
0
Lenoir Rhyne 22 Catawba 0
Savannah State 44 Paine College
12
Ft. Campbell 19 Austin Peay 0
Tennessee State 18 Kentucky State
6
East Carolina 20 Guilford 0
Tuskegee 24 Alabama State 20
Tennessee Tech 14 Middle Ten
nessee 0
MIDWEST
Cincinnati 18 Miami Ohio 7
SOUTHWEST
Tulsa 25 Wichita 6
Texas 27 Texas A and Mo.
WIST
Utah 12 Utah State 7
Santa Monica 53 Mesa College
34
Atlantic-Pacific
Twilight Baseball
Merger looms
roeetlnfj f the officials
of the Atlantic Twilight League
at Margarita last Monday night
hopts were expressed that the
old. Isthmian Baseball Lea g u
might teen become a reality
once again.
Another meeting, scheduled
for, the: Margarita Service con con-tor'
tor' con-tor' this coming' Monday, Dtc.
1, will be attended by repre representatives
sentatives representatives ef me Pacific; Twi Twilight
light Twilight league with ust that pur purpose
pose purpose In mind.
Officials of both leagues a a-gain
gain a-gain stress to the Canal Zone
baseball Public the necessity of
having all fans in attendance
at these meetings as the wish wishes
es wishes of the fans will be adhered
to as closely as possible In an
effort to v make the league a
success, the Monday night
mooting, the. second of the
year, will be called to order at
7 O'clock.
REACHES TENNIS FINALS
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -(UPD
Shirley Bloomer of Britain
reached the finals of the Argen Argentine
tine Argentine tennis championships Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday by defeating Karol Fageroj
of Miami, Fla., 6-3, 6-2.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1957 Taunua
Deluxe, two-tone, wsw tiros,
radio. Excellent condition, $1250.
Call Albrook 7108.
FOR SALE: Leavins town. Ford
'50, duty paid, 4-door, excellent
condition. T. V magnavox, book
case, metal desk, flower pots and
misc. Tel. 3-6579.
FOR SALE -1956 Ford. 9 pas passenger
senger passenger country tcdan, excellent
condition, 99-A,- Gambaa, Tal.
6-372.
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick sedan,
excellent duty paid, $675, 1950
Ford two door, radio, excellent
tires, Balboa 1297.
FOR SALE: 1953 Volkswagon
Deluxe, duty paid. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. $100 under average re retail.
tail. retail. Robert Wehnar, Box 622,
Colon.
FOR SALE: Ford Station Wagon,
9 passenger, vary? good condi condition,
tion, condition, 2L000 miles. 5738 Sibert
Street, Diablo.
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BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
Teams , 4 Woii Lost
Pabs. Blue' Ribbon 29 19
Grecha Music Store 28 20
Camel Winston Salem 28 20
Ideal Bread 28 20
Dillon Hickman Cont. 27'a 20'4
Canada Dry .. 26 22
Boyd Brothers 26 22
Turco Products 24 24
Ba.-.s Shoes 22 Vi 25V4
Paper Mate Pens 21 27
Pascual Cookies .16 32
Ebonjt Balls W ;36
Leading Averages: Men Nickisn Nickisn-er
er Nickisn-er 171, Rudy 167, Hassler 165. Lad Ladies
ies Ladies Rudy 158, Metzger ISOGlud
137. ...
P'abit Blue riibbor t Bate Shoes 2
Rolling on the bowler's delight
lanes 9 and 10, the league leaders,
Pabst Blue Ribbon, d e I, e n ding
champs and Bass Shoes put on a
battle of "500." Every member,
of both squads r acked up the C.
set, with "snap-shot" BJackIe.Mil BJackIe.Mil-ler
ler BJackIe.Mil-ler doing it the scratch and
others handicap,.? a v;::?!
The jfabst Pinsters-hald tb come
from 'behind, bee ausfe ? they drop.
ned the first to BaiS by-13 "AMF's
and the second stajriza by 2. Com
inp hark s irons in uie niKiiue
night session, Pabs. won by 42 and
e',a; out the TP chit by 5. The
Blue Ribbon Rollers for Pabst wer
Blackie Miller, 543, Mimi Carter
518, and her lesser half Dee 521,
Harry Rouse 523 and Queen of the
Bowl. Lena Burchett 577.
For Bass Shoes, Claus Kleisch-
man and his frau Elsi 513 and 554
Bettv McGuire had a star spang
led series of 562 and her boss man
Don 523. and Gamboa's Jim Cat
ron 515.
Camel-Winston-Salemt 1
Turee Products 1
The tri brands of 'garettes, Ca
mel Winston and Salem had the
wallop when it counted and they
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 it 7:55
Keith Larsen Jim Davis
"APACHE WARRIOR
COCO SOLO
7:00
Ben Johnson
- Jan Harrison
"FORT
BOWIE"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
na Andrews, Linda Darnell
"ZERO HOUR"
In Vista Vision
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
Jesse James vs. The Daltons"
GAMBOA ;: 7:00
Glenn Ford, Shirley; McLaine
"THE SHEEPMAN?
In Cinemascope St Color!
GATTJN 1:00
(Frank Sinatra Mltzl Gaynor
THE JOKER IS WILD
in VistaVlslonl
MARGARITA 7:00
Clint Walker
Virginia Mayo
"FORT DOBBS"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"BREAKTHROUGH"
PARAISO 7:00
Gene Kelly
LES GIRLS"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
" SERENADE"
SANTA CRUZ
"G ABT'
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In Cinemascope & Colorl
"CODE TWO"
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"BIRTH OF THE ROCK"
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FOR SALE: Electric clothes
dryer: automatic washing ma machine.
chine. machine. Servieios Allan, Para
Avenue No. 7.
GUN CLUB
NOTES
Baiboa Gun Xb will have its
trap and skeet roiige open tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for thftse who follow the birds.
Traps will be open for practice
shooting for beginners and others
at 10 a.m.
At 2 p.m. a registered trap
shoot will be held of 50 targets
thrown from 16 yards and 25 tar targets
gets targets from handicap. Some time
during each 25 targets thrownone
will be a red bird, which, if bro broken,
ken, broken, will give the shooter a tree
string for those 25 targets.
Hptristratinn of this shoot will
be held, over until after Jan. 1
scored "wins" in the first two
rmmrl. But the Turco Sultans
smacked the tenpins enecuveiy to
win the nightcap, and came migh mighty
ty mighty close to an even split, falling
short bv 21 sticks.
Jerry Hill of .(Jameis pacea, ine
cisarrillos with 20o0 single, 527
scratch set ana 567 nanaicap. now
ever he needed help lrom Henna
Pate: who Dlaved an important
part with a 549. handicap, tour oi
the Turcos were in there; Voc
Ortiz 533. Pat Bailey 550, Time-
niece Ernst Zischka 563. and capt
ain of the works, Mildred Neeley
522.
Ideal Bread 3 Ebonite Balls 1
Althoueh one .team. Ideal Bak
erg are tied lor second, ana ine
other Ebonite lodged deep in the
basement, there was only pin dif
ferent in the Handicap, xne rra
cas between the two evenly match
ed teams was nip and tuck. Ebo
nites saueezed by the opening
round into the win figures by 12
ticks.
The Ideal Bread Loaves ma not
loaf and took the next game by
to. Gdinr into the finale with
two Din deficit, the Ideal ;.Breaas
Karl the ideal score. 9 better than
the Ebonites, and this also gained
thum the TP. Ebonite Bruce Mor
row and Freddie Martinez shared
the honors with 539 and 528 nandi
nan inH turn nf the Tdeairdld UKe
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wise. At ua'TCies oub ana
Freund 507, botn nanaicap.
Grecha Music Store 3
Pascual Cookies 1
SDottins the Cookies 98 sticks.
the Grecha Central Avenue record
players, overcame the kitty and
" .. 1 Alt fill.
won tne tirsx won ny ivi. ib
Grecha s played the wrong tune in
the mid game and took a trounc trouncing
ing trouncing from the Pascual Sweets. It
was nere mat a rascuai .vmnue,
Mim Smith went wild in the latter
innines for a 202 scratch, the best
in Balboa Lanes for November for
ladies. Grecha Record Players re
peated the first game tune to in insure
sure insure themselves three markers.
Grecha's standout was Don Ru Rudy's
dy's Rudy's Scratch of 527, but it was Bev
Hallidav that took the handicap
Jionors with 564, followed by the
otner maie-conungciiis m
Rudy 557 and Lou-Glud 547. The
only Pascual to do tht trick was
Bowler of the Month Bowlerette.
Mim Smith and her 558.
Dillon-Hickman, Contractors S
Seyd Brothers 1
The Boyd Brothers Insurance
Penguins failed to take out the
proper policy to protect them a
gainst the onslaught of the Dillon
Hickman contractors. Working
hard, all of the five Dillon-Hick
mans bowled into the 500 class,
but they slipped in the second" ses session
sion session when Boyd Brothers collect
ed their $nly premium of. the eve evening.
ning. evening. The D and H contractors. Shir
ley Cavanaugh 505, brother Glenn
McNall 557 Trudi Garni' 531, Bob
Carlin 548 and Turkey Winner Lee
Clontx 511. all handicap. The vo
licv writers of Boyds were two
dolls and a guy. Nita Karst 541
and Ginny Deveau 503, and Curly
Bates 551.
Paoor Mate Pons 3
Canada Dry Hi-Spott 1
The bugaboo of too much handi handicap
cap handicap and smooth flowing Paper
Mate Pens proved the undoing of
the Canada Dry soft drinkers. The
Canada opened, up as expected
and chalked up their first win, but
later events decreed that this was
all for Canada Dry. After the first
game it was all Paper Mate Pitt-
mas.' '(.'' tiV -:
The Pens had four styles that
wrote -into the records 500 handi handicap
cap handicap series. Tex Ritter 520, Carmen
Flores 515, Ernie Wolitarsky 560,
and Hank Dauphin 568. The Met Met-ger
ger Met-ger family, George and Miml plus
Manny Fernandex carried off the
scoring laurels for Canada D-v.
George had a 524 scratch and 575
handicap. Miml 532 and Manny
536 both handicap, ..

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Miscellaneous
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HEAR YE HEAR YE
Make someone happy this X'mas
with a hearing aid to hear the
joyous sounds of YeuletiaV AM
types, sisos shapes at Crawford
Agancias.
We have received a new ship shipment
ment shipment of perforated hardboard or
peckbosfd with he corresponding
. aceeieriek Thousands of Mies hi
homo," shop or office. Visit AL
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venida A-venida Eler Alfaro No. II -1 59.
FOR SALE-2 aew 1957 APEX
electric dryers, one automatic
dish washer and five 1957 new
air conditioners at live away
prices to make room for new
models. Trapelco S.A. 45th St.
and Via Esparia, Tel. 3-1215
3-61 57
FOR SALE: Photographic
Christmas cards, $15.00 per
hundred, Yeur negative or ours if
available. Foto El Halcon, tele telephone
phone telephone 3-1179.
FOR SALE: 30 Metal Louver
Approx. Sis 32"x72" 2 Metal
Louvers Approx' Sixe 50"x66"
$100 each or will negotiato o
sale for entire lot. May be seen
at ELKS CLUI. La Baca Road.
FQR SALE: Utter Spinet
plane, in good condition, $300.
32nd street No. 7-1 1, apartment
121, Calidenia.
ii I 1 m II .1
Oustanding selection of beautiful
and exotic U.S. and European
Christmas ornaments, decorations
and lights ideal for hornet,
stores, clubt and organisations -at
budget pricas.
American Supply Ce. "J" Street
13-0.
FOR SALE: Girls 20 Inch bike,
good condition. Phone Balboa
2-2444.
FOR SALE: Girie bicycle 26'.
Good condition.' $12.00, Phono
Balbaa 270S.
FOR SALE: CHIMB CLOCKS,
large, a a c a a I a n walnut
$22.50. Call Panama 2-5432.
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Tourney
Playoff Tomorrow
At Summit Hills
Russ Chaffman. Anibal Galindo
Don Hauso, Jim Hinkle, and Jea
Kline Jr. will tee off Saturday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 1:00 p.m. in the biggest
play-off in local golf history in
quest of the medalist prize in the
first annual 1958 Braniff Interna International
tional International Airways Golf Tournament
now being played, at the Summit
Hmos ooif and country Club.
lee time lor'this play-off was
originally scheduled lor 9:00 a.m.
but as a convenience to two of the
golfers the starting time has been
changed ta 1:00 p-m. ; ?
Many of the first .round matches
have already been played, but the
Summit course will see plenty of
action tnis week-end with ever
half of the first round matches of
the Braniff Airways Tournament
still to be played by Sundown Sun
day, Nov. 30.
Ruth Tortorici, a lefthanded
swinger from Brazos Brook, cop copped
ped copped the ladies medalist honors
with a very fine 78 to edge her
Brazos mate, Geo Burns, by one
stroke.
Official starting time for all
matches has been set for S a.m.,
Sunday mornings, unless other
starting times are agreed upon,
Atlantic Side Final
Junior Baseball
Tryouls Tomorrow
Final trvouts. on the Atlantic
Side for Junior Baseball will be
held tomorrow morning beginning
at 10:00 a.m. at the Coco Solo
ball field across the street from
the Teen Club.
All eligible boys are to report
to Ted Finnerman, player agent
in' charge of Atlantic Side tryouls
and fill out their Junior Baseball
application. Players are requested
to bring their own glove. All oth other
er other equipment needed for the try try-outs
outs try-outs will be furnished by the
League. 1
Cristobal High School students
who are trying out for the hied
school squad are also eligible for
the Junior Baseball tryouts, -however,
those players picked for the
varsity squad will be automatic
ally dropped from Junior Base
ball. . :-: ...
All eligible boys are urged "to
report for the Saturday teyouts
as this will be the final session be before
fore before players are assigned teams.
'.To- be eligible a boy must be in
regular attendance at Cristobal
High, School and must have ben
born September 1, 1941 or there
aner. r
'ABBOT GUEST SPEAKER
MACOMB, 111. (UPI)-k.Dlck Ab Ab-bot,
bot, Ab-bot, Western Illinois cross coun country;
try; country; coach, will be guest, speaker
at the National Association of In Intercollegiate
tercollegiate Intercollegiate Athletics Cross Coun
try Meet and Clinic at Omaha,
Neb., Friday.

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"TAJDOSlWV-ltt Canjyl Ave.
Tl uJT KT7': Tnlnrl
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Let. 500 end 1.600
. meters, in the Nueve Hipodromo
Urbanisation, across the Reraon
Racetrack. AH lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. MsBarnott.
ToL I-257
FOR SALE :S pec Ul largo local
"M Drive-in market, baita, of of-.
. of-. ficosv 50th and 16th StrooH.
Phone 2-0H3,
-'FOR SALE!Heuse 2 floon,
well voptilated. centrally locat located,
ed, located, lew pricedr $7,000.00. Con Contact
tact Contact Panama 1-2330. San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Cane 91 Este No. 49.
Lessons
Dancing and guitar lessons,, exer exercise
cise exercise for ladies. Atlantic teenagers
Club, Coco -Solo.f ftegistratian
November Thursday eV Friday'
from. 2 to 4 p.m. Mrs. Donation.
Tel. Coco aoro 753.
Football
Roundup
AUSTIN. Tex.. Nov. 2T rtTPIV
Texas, paced by the running of
halfback Rene Ramirez and full
back Mike Dowdle. staeed its
best scoring spree in three years
to crush its ancient rival, Texas
a and ji, 27-0 yesterdav.
A crowd of 52.000 fans, nittine
in a co)d misting rain, and a na national
tional national television audience saw
coacn uarrell Roval's Ijwehorn
dominate the clash from the start
of the 65th in the series of grudge
battler between the two schools
aaung nacK to 1894.
COLOMBIA, S. C, Noy. 27
(UPI) South Carolina halfhai
Alex Hawkins shot three touch
oown passes jto, halfback m a t e
AIM IJlirm T7PtM-H tli Talri
Gamecocks to a 24-7 Victory over
waxe rorest oeiore 16,000 fans;
Rniwnvir v v... ttti
Quarterback Billy Holsciaw set
two Southern Conference records
and scored a' touchdown yester
day m leading Virginia Tech to
a 21-16 victory over Virginia Mil
nary insuiuie.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 2 lVP
corneii, wnicn tumDied from I
n ii i .. . y
vy League hampionship eonten
tion bv lnsiniy it lat two nn.
, a " v nw Anav,
regained some of its lost prestige
oy Deaung a traditional rival by
upseiung iavored Pennsylvania 19
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 27'(UPI) 27'(UPI)-Penn
Penn 27'(UPI)-Penn State, outplayed pathetical pathetically
ly pathetically in the first half, introduced a
sensational sophomore trio of Jim
xk.err, won Hoax and Don, Jonas
in the final 30 minutes today' to
wipe out a two-touchdown deficit
and shatter Pittsburgh's final
Dowi nopes with an almost incre incredible
dible incredible 25-21 victory.
Tivoli Avev : ;
PANAMA k
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YoWr Community
' 840 Kilocycles
: PANAMA

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WANTED: Sales moo for leei
ttical appliances articles and HI.;,
Fi accessories. Apply Trapelco,
SJk. 45th Street and Via Etpala.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS v
PRAWER "A". DIABLO) :
tOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX 7:
PHONE BALBOA 170
BdattrHvlotors
fOR IALE-1nohsorJ-IS
h.p., with extra ruol tanks. Now
oondirion, narer' used I" oalt
water, $123.00, Tel. 1-1125,
alhea.' ';- r-
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1952 I.I.A. fiold
Star 500 e.c, $225.00. Sao or
call rooks Claxtoa. Tel. Pana Panama
ma Panama J-J493.
WANTEP
WANTED TO BUYVolkswa-;C
: tann95 of, Whlte1lirraid.
Phono J.lSOr I-709V lr.
Echovorrja. .' . y" '- 1 S
WANTED TO IUY!950 jta jta-I95S
I95S jta-I95S Chevrolet, otaadard shift,
cheap but cash. Phone 2-0740,
Mr. Diai. :'r
Los Angeles
Despite Controls
tOS ANGELES. Nov. 27 (UPI)
-Smog inlhe Loa Angeles basin
area nas neen worse una year w
snv var since 1955 despite some
70 million dollar spent on control
devices, according to ur a. w.
Haagen-Smit. r
Haagen-Smit,. professor of bio-
organic chemistry at California
institute of xecrmoioey at irasaue-
na and consultant 10 mo couwj
Air Pollution ?,v Control District
'APCD). vesterdav ..said climatie
condition were mostly to blame
IQf 1 Ulli yvm i ueuac ,fju t. .i
has brought outcries from eiozens.
"One effeet of unusually high
temperatures Is a heavy loss-' of
gasoline vapors rrom caroureiors
and automobile gas-tank vents be because
cause because gasoline starts boiling at
about 92 degrees fabrenhelt."
He said another weather pheno
menon causing intensity, of smog
in the area was low inversion le levelsbands
velsbands levelsbands of hot air hovering
near the.: earth that act wee lids
over the basin, preventing air.' po pollutants
llutants pollutants from escaping.
Haagen-Smit laid a new county
ordinance limiting ;the use of fuel
oil in: generating plants during
smog months will eliminate "all
but oen of the major sources f
smog." '' '::,'V'-
INSTALL PATRIARCH f
DAMASCUS, U.A.R. (UPI)
Theodoseos- HL -73, was made
new patriarch.. the :a'n elen t
Greek Orthodox see of Antioch
during 'tiie weekend 14' At three-i
hour coronation .' ceremony. Anb-
oih is the seal of the church for
the entire East, and North and
South America.
Front Street k ;
COLON
Sfine Gklha
N
EVERY. FRIDAY
. from
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
' Network ;YCN
1090 Kilocycle
COLON

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WANTED: Ir)fUih4oaaish
eacrttary., bcollont salary for
riht aorsoo. Aoply Peikard,.!.
a Lihro, S.A., Colea. -
WANTED: R.fri9atl.n
chanie for. houtohold ref rifora
tors, freeaers aad air caneitionora
aaie salary plus oorcantafo of
income. Aoply iti parson to HaU
, man, $JC Via EspaKa Ht 1. ; l
SERVICES
I
TEUEVISfON HlViei
We eopair lrr your homo
wodoe'e pretead to tearanto
efc work; Wo tuarantao it
. r PHONE THE EXPERT.!
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
; Tol. 21905
TlvoH Avenue No. 11-25 1
Protect your heme and propao.
ty otaiaat Insect 4 a as a f
Prompt scientific treatment oa
omerancy oe Nwatkly Kudfot
hasis. Talapheno Pronto Service,
Panama 1-7977 or Colea 1777.
Natforidl Museum
Plan Lectures,
Film Jhoyings
Ar4vkeivat tha NatimraTyVri.
wn4 f ,Psnama for this evening
wocneuo, concluding tne
yuoci v.nco on juuseum week, hart
been nnounef4 .-.
At S Mi evenln. iW
v m.uo wut: speaa on "Mariana
Arosemena and will be follow.
ff At pm by Prof Ruben Da
ri ,Carlei, who will discuss "Old
Panama, at past and Present"
The Museum will h mt.
itors Saturday and Sunday from
2 to pm, and films on the Cu Cu-na
na Cu-na Indians will be shown during
PAY INCREASED
b BAGHDAD Ira? (UPI.)-lraql
Premier Abdel Karim Kassea
has increased policemen's pay, $S
t a month. Kassera previously
increased pay of soldiers and mi mi-Bp
Bp mi-Bp government officiala S and
plans- to help small landowners
iy's Opening
STOCK
' ate. mir-m-:
NEW YORK, Nor. II (UPI) W
Stocks continued te rise today on
large, volume. ;
The gain ;eame after the mar market
ket market registered its' "beet rise in
year m tne pre-noiiday session ;
Wednesday. Previously three dave

of decline' had driven prices down J

jr?:"'..':
ACF Ind 4874
Advocate Asbestos 1 ssh
'Amer Cyanamid S2
Aluminum: IiOd a
:; Anter Motors 35"
AmwTeTand Tel 196
: vAnaeond Copper 58V4
Arkansas .Fuel 3gb
Atlantic Refining 42
AVCO-Mfg.. 8'.
Bethlehem Stel 4g4
Bicroft Uranium 89b
British Pet .! VM
Burroughs ssTa
: Canadian, Eagle Tb
Celanese, 174
Cerre de Pasco 44
Chance Vought 80
. Chicago Gt West 4616b
Chrysler S2 :
Cities Service 59V4
Coastal Caribe IW
Creole ftel J 7014 x
i Crown Corp and Seal- 16
vCuba Venezuela Oil P l
DuPont 193
- El Paso Nat Gas 32
Eversharp 28
, Fairchild En 10
, Fargo- Oil-. I 11 6b
Felmont Pet ,7b'
Gen. Dynamics 65
Gen Elec 69
Gen, Motors v
. Gen. Plywood 20
V 'Getty Oil ; ' 26Veb
Gull -Oil J19b
Harsco Steel "... 38b
Hayden Newport 13b
' Howe Sound 12
. Imperial 'Oil ,' 44
Int Petroleum 1 48Vib
Lorilland 83
. Martin Co. XD32
New Eng. T fend T 154
Northrup 29
Olin Mathleson S8
Pancoastal ' 5
Pan Israel S-1S
Pantepee Oil 1
Phillips Pet 45
Pure Oil 1 ' 40b
RCA'1"'' "V,v.-': 4(m
Reynolds V Metal .' U
Royal Dutch Shell 5Cr
. San Jacinto 1 32Ub
SheU T and ,T ' 22
Signal Oil and -Gas. A 40
Sinclair Oil - 62
' Socony Mobile ; 48
Sperry Rsndi '' "25
Stan Oil NJ. S8
Sterling Precision 2
Superior Oil -" 1800b
Texas Gulf Prod 33
Underwood 18Mb
United Aircraft 63
' Unit Canso Oil 1Mb
US Rubber 45
US Steel- 84
Westinghouse 66
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Western Allies Almost Certain To

Khrushchev's Free Gity' Plan For Bgrlin

WASHINGTON. Nov. 28 (UPD The Soviet Union was on notice

threatened into turning free West Berlin over to "hostile domination" b

The Western allies began consultations which Toresnaaowea virtua
Day maneuver to force Britain, France and the United States outof
The Russians said that if the Western Big Three refused to agree
Mctor in East Berlin and force the Allies to' deal with the puppet East
The United States lashed back in a sharp statement declaring tha

tricking the Allies into leaving West Berlin "in favor ot what is canea

today that the United States and its Allies can be neither tricked n6r

y the Communists. x
lly certain rejection ofuSoviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev' Thanksgiving
est Berlin and turn it into a "demilitarized free city.""
to the plan within six months; the Soviet Union would withdraw from its
German Communist regime.which they refuse to recogniie.v

tthe Russians apparently vant to "keep their grip wv East Berlin" while
a 'free city'." ., .- ';,. :.

: Jiit U.S. itstement, issued latei
ttrdy, made it clear that the
Russian maneuver will fail lor
two reasons
1. Britain, Fance and the Unit Unit-ti
ti Unit-ti States "solemnly commit committed"
ted" committed" to the security of West Ber Berlin
lin Berlin and its 2,250,000 inhabitants
ho have, "convincingly and cour courageously
ageously courageously demonstrated the good
fruit of freedom."
I. This country will not age
to Rusi' pulling out of it
treaty obligations in Berlin nor
will it enter into any agreement
,with the Soviet Union which,
whatever the form, would have
the end result of abandoning the
people of West Berlin to hostile
eminafion."
British and French officials sup supported
ported supported the U.S. .view.
West Berlin's Mayor Willy
Brandt denounced the Russian
Koposal as a bold Communist
owr grab that would put the en en-Cre
Cre en-Cre ity at the mercy of the Reds.
. West German Chancellor Konrad
Aaauer expressed "complete
confidence" that the Allies would
stand by their "guarantees to West
Ieriin. .. .

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100. 2:45. 4:45, 6:55, 9:10 pjn-

Out of the sun.

the st or s.

end the space

beyond!

West Berlin leaders and citi citizens
zens citizens alike rejected the Soviet
proposal to esiabl)ih "neutral "neutralized
ized "neutralized free city" In West Berlin
and called it a cunning Soviet
power attempt to swallow n n-low
low n-low another part of the f r e
world.
Grandt warned the Western pow powers:
ers: powers: "Do not put yoiv head in the
sand. The naked existence of 2, 2,-900
900 2,-900 nnn nponlp who live in West

Berlin is at stake. The Soviet goal

is absolutely clear all oi Benin
is to be incorporated into the So Soviet
viet Soviet zone'
Brandt said the United States,
Britain and France must back up
the city with their military might
and announced he would fly short shortly
ly shortly to Washington to discuss the si situation.
tuation. situation. He said the Allies have given

mm

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iv of II

their solemn ple'dge to defend the
city and "we cannot release our

Allied friends from this responsi responsibility."
bility." responsibility." Brandt's warning was echoed
by Ernst. Lemmer, top representa

tive ox me west uerman govern government
ment government in Berlin. He said West Ber Berlin
lin Berlin would never agree to become
a no-man's-land in the middle of

Germany and Europe.
Meanwhile East German deputy
premier Hans Loch said the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union will defend East Ger Germany
many Germany against any Western attack.

Japan Crown Prince
To Wed Commoner;
It's A Love Match

Dasher, Group
To Attend Parley
In Washington

A erouo of U.S. Army Caribbean

officers, headed by Maj. Gen.

Charles L. Dasher, commanding

general will leave by plane to today
day today for Washington, D. C., to re represent
present represent the command at the U,S.
Army Commanders conference.

Arnnmnanvinfi Dasner Will De

fnl William E. Eckles. comptrol

ler; Col. John F. Schmelzer, G G-3;
3; G-3; Col. Louis D. Farnsworth Jr.,

G-4; Col. Walter J. rreston jr.;

G-l; Lt. Col. Albert c. uavies oi
the G-2 Section; Lt. CoU Thomas
M. B. Hicks, information officer

and Daniel t snyaer ot tne comp comptroller's
troller's comptroller's office.

The conference ii to run through

Tln K

' Kovoral nth fr nfficers. heading

lor the U.S. to attena conierence

nr 4rr tomnnrtrv rflltv will irpnm-

nanv the narfv. Amnnff them ere

Col. Ferdinand J. Tate, IAGS di

rector, who is gomg to wasning wasning-ton
ton wasning-ton for mapping discussions with

tha nffir-A rhipf pnffinnpx ana ue-

partment of the Army; Col. Joseph

K. vivas oi uorgas uospuai, to
take part in medical discussions
at TVnartmant: nf the Armv level:

CoL Lewis A. Walsh, Caribbean

Command J -4, wno is to attend
thn Infantry r.nnfarenrp at Fort

Benning, Ga., and Lt. Col. Arthur
W. Dodson of the Caribbean Com

mand J-3 Section, who will be on
temporary duty in the U.S.
Mai. Edmund G. Heilbrnnnpr.

USARCARIB secretary general

stan, pians to taice a snort leave l
the U.S.; Maj. William S. Skinko

ot lAixb will take saiety and ad administration
ministration administration sources at New York
University and Chaplain 1st. Lt.

KODert ii, XNeison, AiorooK Air
Force : Base, is returning to the
U.S. for medical treatment at
Walter Reed Hospital.

TOKYO, Nov, 23 (UPD Jap Japan's
an's Japan's Crown Prince Akihito be be-name
name be-name Art M BOA tndav .to a. oret-

ty young commoner in a love

match-xnai Droxe ,oio yea

tradition ana orouni joy vu
the nation.
The Imperial House hold

rvmnnii announced after a 42

minute meeting that Aklhttp,

94 toHI niarrv 24-vear-om mi

r.viWn Rhrwia. datholic-educat

ed daughter or a weaitny dub
finnr mill executive.

uvu'tw;wi w m.
The 38 word announcement

shattered a tradition mat oe-

cron in fifio B.C.. when tne leg

endary Emperor Jimmu, ae ae-nf
nf ae-nf the sun soddess

Amaterasu, ascended the; throne

Of Japan. WO commoner eve
has reigned as Empress of Jap-

. ......

It was a love match. Akihito

met and fell in love with mi

chiko two summers ago on a
tennis court at a fashionable
mountain resort. He fought the

traditionalists and lnswteo ne
be allowed to select his own
wife.

Wedding plans were not im immediately
mediately immediately announced but there
was every Indication the mar marriage
riage marriage would come between May
and December next year,, pos

sibly on Dec. 23, tne princes
28th birthday.
Aklhito's friends, teachers
and high government officials

said there was no aouot ai
was a true love match which
had no parallel in Japanese

history.

Tyvr1i -mada. K tafament In a

denunciation, -of West Berlin as a
disruptive force in the' middle of
East Germany.
He supported the Soviet demand
that West Berfin become a "neu

tralized free city" ripe for a Com Communist
munist Communist putsch. I

Thw h warned tht Wttt,"a-
: gainst ggrotsivt acts. H -sap-.,
paired to b saying that any
Wtttern allied ut of fore to-f
support tho Jsolated Western out,
post her would be met by force.
"The Soviet Union has given a
rpnpwAd apri'mis warning tn all

aeeressors."' Loch said accordihs

to a story, carried Dy tne nasi

uerman news .service aujn. ;
"She has stated that' any attack
nn nnr rnnhlii whirh is firm

part of 4he socialist camp, will be
: j i i. i i i it

cunoiuerea mv aiiacK on nerseu.;

Informants Claim

Soviet Weapons

Arrive In Iraq

JERUSALEM, Israel, Nov. 28-
(UPI) Unconfirmed reports here

saia tooay targe quantities of sov soviet
iet soviet heavy arms and planes have
arrived in Iraq. :
According to. these reports, a
Soviet military .mission already is
instructing Iraqi armored and ar-
tillorv unite In fViotw tii-A- i..

-' J UU41U UX UIVU,,. UOV
t The reports added that both the
Soviets and Iraqi authorities aire
. : i : 1 r .

uivuiging. any inimmauon a
bout thes arms supplies.

SnowySleet And Glaze Move From jTexas J

Eastward; 30 Cars Pile U pi In California

CHICAGO. Not, 28 (UPI) A Tast snowstorm swept the nation's midsection, from -Texas lnts

the Ohio Valley today and weathermen Issued heavy anow warnings for much of the East..-1

A special bulletin issnea oy tne unicago weaer?Jiureaa-warneo-i now accumulations f
four or more inches from central Missouri through southern Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, West "Virgi.
nia and Into Pennsylvania. .',,' :

South of the snow area, weatnermen warned of ireennr ram, aleet and -rlaie from. southeast.

Oklahoma through1 northern Arkansas, southern Missouri, Tennessee; Kentucky and West Vlrgi--nia..
,'..-,. "i -- '- " y v

Thl miir5tT- nlnlffn referred to

ov iocn was containea m yesier-

dav's Soviet not 4o the East

(;prnun snvprnment;

' TjipVi isirt: th Soviet demand

that the West: surrender its rights

m uerun jias asi Germany

compn support .

.Cdhal To Replpce

Fender Systems

At Both Portals

RMs ar beins acceDted bv' the

Panama Canal Company for ; the

replacement oi tne eiectncai ais ais-tribution
tribution ais-tribution system at' Pier 18 in Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Plans and snecifications were

issued Nov. 25 and bids will be

opened Dec. 12.

Th work consists essentially of

the .complete rewiring of power

and lighting facilities; construc construc-tion
tion construc-tion 6t new platform and catwalk;
replacing of switchgear; and the
removal and disposal of electrical
x i : .u: :

materials peruneui w uu iiujci.i.
: AUn. inphwlp.d i thn relocation

ftf tAlsnhnna cahinpts- thf slinnlv-

ing of all labor and materials re

quired to maintam. temporary
lighting and power facilities for

proper operation of rier is during
the construction work under this

contract; and the furnishing to the
Terminals Division of certain elec electrical
trical electrical receptacles.
Copies of bid. schedules and spe specifications
cifications specifications may be obtained in the
office of the Designing Engineer,:
Balboa Heights.

Freezing rains and snow dur

Ing the night made driving

hazardous from Okianoma ana

Kansas through the central
Mississippi and lower Ohio Val-.

leys. -.
More than 20d traffic acci accidents
dents accidents were reported on slippery
Kansas City. Ma, streets. At
least 30 persons were hospital hospitalized
ized hospitalized during the early?- hours of
the storm. . ; :
A northern California fog led
to a 30-car s pileup near San
Francisco yesterday, injuring 32
persons in the most spectacular
of the traffic accidents which
marred the Thanksgiving holi holiday
day holiday scene. V v
. The .log ws ,part of the bad

weather which subdued the: joys

of traveling .in. many parts of

the nation. But traific was re

ported heavy in spots.

Deatns on the highway

mounted slowly, the earlv rate

rurining at a little less than

three an hour since 6 p.m
Thanksvinig Eve.

A United Press Jnternational

count yesterday afternoon show showed
ed showed 62 persons dead 'in traffic

Accidents. Fires took 12 lives,

and 10 of ttie dead were chil-

T
O
D
A
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Weather Or Not

Thie nrafhr rnnrt for tj 9.1

hours ending 8 a. m. today Is

preparea Dy tne meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal

COLOR by DC LUXE
fWocW mi Wrctf Nf
; pp POWELL
I WENDELL MAYES

High 89 84
Low, 74 77
HUMIDITY:
High 98 95
Low 65 74
WIND:
(max. mph) NE 17 N-15
RAIN (Inches) .12 T
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 S3

BALBOA TIDES
SATURPAY, NOV. 29
High Low
5:15 a.m. 11:39 a.m.
5:47 p.m. 11:56 p.m.

'Around The World'

Said To Be Theme
From Opera 'Orlov'

VTTTTMMA TJnir SH YtTPI'i Film

actress Elizabeth Taylor, widow

of producer Mike xoaa, is Deing
.no5 fnr nni million dollars in a

ornnnds that the

theme tune in the movie "Around

the World in u nays waa awien

from a Viennese operetta.
viannscA hnrn Mrs Johanna

Kahn claims that the tune ussd

in the Todd production was com

pletely piagiarizea irom tne oper-

tt urinv written dv ncr uc

ceased father Bruno Granichstaet
ten, a famous composer.
Composer conductor Vlctoi
Vmtno U lintpH as one' nf the CO'

defendants in. the suit filed by

Mrs Kahn
The suit was filed last week by
Vienna harrister Leo Lane on be

half of Mrs Kahn, officials of the

Vienna Commercial court saia.

ing performed In Austria, was

written in
Th Austrian comboser died in

Hollywood in 1940. His daughter
has been living in Miami Beach,
Fla, but lawyers advised her

that the suit must o tuea -in a
court in Vienna,, where-her la th-

No date has been yet iet;- for

the trial.

-ILOJII-

RELEASE!-
12:57 2:36 4:42 (t:48 8:57 p.m.
"0.75 0.40

dren.' Other: mishaps tilled 9

persons, for a total of 83 acci accidental,
dental, accidental, deaths. i, ,'

Fog along the coast in Cal

ifornia shut down, airports and

was responsible lor xhe multi

ple -smashup -at- the. south end

or we New carquinez- Bridge,
35 miles northeast of San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. Three of ; the- 32Dersons

hurt were' in "serious- condition.

The California.. Highways Pa Patrol
trol Patrol sai,d,a:car-went out of con

trol ,on the moisture-slickened

highway and went broadside- a-J

cross a, aiviamg. .strip- Ap

proaching : drivers .lound them

selves in :. a; serlesv:! collisions

whentheyWed tohalt.

The; NatJwal Safety: Council

at Chicago madevno- estimate

of Thanksgivlng.3iollda.y deaths,
hut noted"that an average' of

u persons aie in t trallic non

holiday penods- of th- same

length from 6 p.m.r-.Wednesday
ttt-mid-mghtjSunday at

mis time or year.T inriS5.7K' the

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SIX-FEET-TVO
OF MAD-DOG

KILLER!

With the lynch-mob
at his heels

...w his own
father
shoot him
down?

mm

Van HEFLIN O Tab HUNTER
j CINEMASCOPE TECHNICOLOR! ;

Cuban Governmenl

Claims

In Rebel Clash
HAVANA. Nov. 28 (UPI)

The government claimed vic

tory today in a clash with in insurgents
surgents insurgents near Quanta namo
while, the rebel radio said anti anti-government
government anti-government forces have encir encircled
cled encircled the loyal garrison of San Santiago
tiago Santiago de Cuba.
An army communique said 25
rebels and two soldiers were

kllied in the clash at Monte-

sano, outside Guantanamo. The
report increased the1 number of

rebels the government says it

has killed in the past three

weeks to more than-1,000.

At the same time, a v rebel

broadcast said the Santiago

garrison has failed in five at attempts
tempts attempts to break through an in

surgent cordon encircling the

eastern provincial capital, Cu

ba s second city.

Although there Tvas no direct

official comment on the rebel

claim, the supreme electoral
tribunal cast doubts on it by
scheduling elections in Alto

Songo, a Santiago suburo.

Residents of Alto Songo were
unable to vote with the resc of
Cuba on Nov. 3 because rebel

saboteurs had burned the of

flees of the local electoral
board. The insurgents had since
claimed the capture of the

suburban town.

CoyalEals Turkey

llubbylshiier

Suit Is Vifhdrovn

WASHINGTpN, 'Nov. Js'CUPI) Js'CUPI)-Andy
Andy Js'CUPI)-Andy Knutson, the Oklee, Minn.",
hotel man who. would rather- see
his wife at fome 'then politicking
in'' the nation's capital, rappeared
today to have a1 alight lead in his
campaign for reunion.
Knutson, 50, and his 45 year-old

wife, Rep. Coya Knutson (D (D-Mmn.),
Mmn.), (D-Mmn.), ate Thanksgiving dinner
together yesterday in a Swedish
restaurant.
The tableside teunion came a a-bout
bout a-bout just 24 hours-after Knutson

dropped a $200,000 alienation of
affections and slander suit he had
filed against his-wife's male: sec secretary.
retary. secretary. J
Knutson's attorney: B en ediet

Fitzgerald, J'., said the only thins

the hotelman was interested in

now was a reconciliation., withhis
wife. o.
i For at' least 45minuter yester
day, the. Knulsons1 put bygones, a a-side
side a-side to partake -of a traditional
turkey. dinfteMtogether Waitress
Alice Kassel, who ; served the
couple, said they "seemed pretty
cheerful." ;
Kfirt son's campaign to get his
wife out of Congress and back to
their little hotel in Oklee began
when Andy demanded publicly that
Coya drop her political "career.
Coya refused and entered : the
prim ary election- in s a bid for a
third term in: Congress. Hubby An Andy
dy Andy voted against her in the prima primary
ry primary but she wonrrenomination any-
He voted for her In the Nov. 4
elections but not enough other Peo People
ple People did and Coya was defeated by
a Republican. .

UP counted 554- lraffie'deathi

lor the. holiday jperioJL-'

a xieavy .snow. w amine wai

issued -Xormio&cf "ftrfetern Kan Kansas
sas Kansas and the 'Oklahoma Pan-
handle, and -locaJly heavv snow

was kxpected on southern,' Colo

rado,- the- product ;of: : a.-atornt

deyelopwsr4o,tbe central-Eock-ie-s.
freezing ?ratont' sleet waa
expectfd for Oklahoma "and 'In 'Into
to 'Into Missouri todays, ;

At,Cclcaeo, weather fore

casters said freezing, tempera- 1
tures- prevailed from Ney Eng-.
land' into -northern Mississippi
and Alabama,-. -and j -smrthwest
intoi the plalnrnf -West.Texaa.

remperalure3-, -dropped- below
zero 'from Xake -Superior to the

northern 'Rockies. ; r t ? i ., f

i ur.( iorce jjencoptep res res-Cued
Cued res-Cued onevOf two f ishsmen who
have rbeenjnissin in smaa

skls onJUkft-SuperiofcHilmar,,

rtttik.ww,n,, ,oo, ,jnoyianorMinn.,
hadjsurvived gales. and -iub-zernT

temperatures.- for ctnor than 24

naursr, and was ., taken to a
Duluth hospital. Richard Ham Ham-marr
marr Ham-marr 2.6, .Also & vHovland, was
still, missing.

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