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H'V w,ft r 'J .. - fanama; r. p., Saturday November msi . t ... ;
ji,!,.., '. '' ' '" "' ' nn anrrg-;
EVERYBODY HELPS TJdo Becker, 23, a "perman globetrotted
who Is workttie ;or walking or thumbing '.around the world
without a care and
Glabehoiter Fromj German
LivesOt Nothing PeFDap,
Miimhr tii Swiss boy travel
" liafi founcnfie -world on the :heap
Who Starieitt -lSinnnaiis wp j
' nnirt'1ivs for"Z3 eetlts a
day attd.much heperin other
' ountnesf v ' ' .'
That wi flothina sccoralna to
Syoung German aioot-rronvr
Imw in Panama. He lives en no nothing.
thing. nothing. Absolutely nothing. i
Twenty three-year-old Vdo Beck
The formal transfer of Parcels
nit of the Panama canal
' romoanT land and quarters meruit umpany-ti
KJwVriftobal, CoV 'BmS fe A'
and de Lesseps Mea to xne n
Af gnMi u scheduled to
villus, waj w rr. r j i
tile tilace at 10 a.m, Monday,
anha Ministry of Forpign Eelar
' This iormal action follows
; Study and approval of the
, transfer 1 documents- by tne
- RaMmitmii a! Panama
Govw W, X. Potter, s President
' of the Panama Canal Company,
' will sign-the deeded an auxll-
BrrMmftnt otf utilities nipt
the Panama. Canal Compajtf,
and Jalhte oe ,uartua,- dr.,
m -.iffTi a vir-e Mlhister1 m
charge of the Ministry of Pi Pittance
ttance Pittance and Treasury for the Groy Groy-,
, Groy-, trnment of Fanama. v ?
Th transfer 'further imple-
mentj the 1955 Treaty "betwa
the vnlWd state ana ranu. j
,. two parcels1 of land We
transferred to Panama, In No-
yember 1957 ,V which' Included 1
Tboth- theBotel Washington,
and the CIon HospIUI proper-
i The 'transfer to .tak place
Monday morning' will, t Include
mllefi'th remaining Panama
Canal quarters to Colon. Parcel
comprises -the -principal resi residential
dential residential area known as New Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, while Parcel 8 includes
the. Colon Beach and de Lesseps
txea. ... 1 :
The total value of the Colon
properties transferred or to be
transferred nnder the 1955 Trea.
ty has been nnrlsed at approx approx-laihtely
laihtely approx-laihtely $14,000,008,' .?)-, 'V f
tfA'l DAYS TO
READ OUR ADS
wimoui any money.-
fice in Munster,' Germany,,-, last
year -.when he realized he had
been pushing ':a; pen in tat same
office for seven, years,
So he walked Into his boss' of
fice and said "I quit," and walk walked
ed walked out into the sunshine. The fact
that he, had absolutely no money
did not daunt him and he set oft
across Europe doing odd jobs for
a bed and a meaL
. it ..-",.,.1 ...v1.,..
This led him to Iceland where
he worked on a fishing boat and
earned himself : enough money to
Uy to' New York, l
... v. 'v; i v .. y -I
He could rftot work in the
Statas but htMayt pettplo wara
so kind ho slept in his nt only
n two nights -during six months
-and did not h'ava t buy a t,n t,n-gle
gle t,n-gle meal hKaose he recalVad so
many invitations from rpeopla
who stopped him In tho ttraal.
In Costa Rica a large- United
Fruit Company train stopped spe
cially lor mm -as ae- was walking
the track, and the dnver shared
his iunch with mm,
"'IT Panam City he met a Ger German
man German exile Who made him wel welcome.
come. welcome. When he arrived in Pana Panama
ma Panama three days ago he had $2 as
his : sole worldly wealth. 7 He siUl
has $2 in his. pocket.'
In Concepcion, th'iriqui,, a man
he met on the tram insisted en
buying him something; So he set settled
tled settled for a hew pair ,a pants and
shirt-," : ;.?..v.; .s-f",'. ;
',JIe hoperto work, a "passage-'on
a ship td Colombia,' otherwise h
ays he will walk "down the
COS St T . .
He'if'iookiSa forward to "Hi
waii." Tokvo. Australia.' India anrf
iinaiir nomev-au- tpniothht 7
t wntilrl 'hiv. V.i' lm ,...
old if L.had waited 4 until, I"had
ine money pefors setting ."bucrv he
wnlfJ 1 twrfr v (
Fcr Cocb;"S4loTcu-Fcr Inspection r : -Of
Prospective bidders for the re remodeling
modeling remodeling of the three former Navy
buildings into a Junior S e n I or
High School at Coco Solo will i
conducted on a tour of the build
ings Monday according to the En
gineering and construction Bureau
of the Panama Canal Cnmnanv.
au contractors, suocontractors,
suppliers, v'and other interested
parties are invited to attend ihis
inspectioftr tour in order- vto fa-
mihariie themselves t with the
scope of the work and the -condi.
tion of I the buildings. ? S ::1 x
Prospective bidders are-request
ed to assemble at the, Coco Solo
vService -Center, Bunding No. !100,
Several of thewencineers4; :and
architects, who worked on the de
signs for the- school, building will
De present to answer questions and
point out exactly, what work is to
oe oone, 1 neiore the tour Begins,
Drier, taiK. on Ua antut
Lef IA peol
egon Off icial ; Believes US-Cifizen Kids
Living In RP, Will Get CZ; School Rights
5 A Wsblnrton official of the American Lerion is confident the Lerioa will lucceed In a
mlwion f. makinf it possible for all US-citizen children liTinf in the Republic of Panama to
have the opportunity to et an American education at the Canal Zone' American schools.
. ; The Lerion set this tarcet for itself after the Barents of: several such children fonnd lhi
year's higher CZ tuition fees
A meeting has been called for 7 pm Wednesday at the Ameican Legion hall, Ft. Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, to .eollect as many facts as possible on tho children involved. .
Invited to the meeting, which
has been called by Waldo GUley,
department child welfare chair chairman,
man, chairman, are:
XaH U.S. citizens living, in
the Republic of Panama who
have children currently attend attending
ing attending Canal, Zone schools;'
2. All U.S. citizens who had to
remove their children from Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone schools because of the
high tuition costs;
1 Widows of U.S.citlzen Amer
ican veterans whose children are
UJ3. citizens, and have .been
registered as such at the UJ5.
4, All other US citizens inter
ested in this schooling-issue.,
Owen Franklin, -assistant oi
rector of the Legion's national
child welfare division in Wash
ington Has written Claude -E,
Campbell,- natlonal executive
committeeman from the Depart
ment of the Panama Canal
Zone, and Panama Canal De
partment commander Alfred J
Oauvln stating: 1 tt
. "It looks like m. good bet at
this nolnt that the children'-
,, bout whonVw are eOn'Xrned
Mtn'Siir. InlortiliAiia PJm. ill
e by current policy, and while
it all remains to be "seen, we
hate a lot of confidence In ac-
Fund Drive Closes;
VIitf 1 f 2 Per Cenf
Although the 1958 United Fund
campaign winds up tomorrow
night as of today the Panama
Canal Company Canal Zone
government was jthe only agen
cy to meet the fpre-campalgn
dollar goal. V, ' ''
Latest figures show that' the
company-government has col collected
lected collected 165,034, or more than 112
per cent of Its goal of $57,900.
,The only other agency within
hailing distance 'of Its -goal Is
the special gifts section. Clay
Randel, Panama City insurance
man who is chalrmaning the
Special Gifts campaign. noted
mat less than $350 stood be
tween it and ftoal attainment.
"W have ollected $24,658.60
cents of our $25,000 goal," Ran Randel
del Randel noted, "and we 1 hope to
reach our objective before the
curtain rings down on the ram.
paign on 1 Sunday.. Included in
tne special Gifts account is the
si,040 collected from last
Wednesdays Paint Bowl football
Actually Randel's committee
has collected D8.8 per cent of its
dollar goal. It's that close.
Other ; attsnclea'theif cnlW
tions and thrtr sroals. reported as
or Friday.' were:
Afmv, t20.4O0 cpller'ted, 74 per
cent 1 us voai nf 127,600.
; Kaw, 4 Mil,, 68 per cent of Its
goal of 7.300. r
v Air. Forcer $8.28478 -per cent
or its goal f 17,200.
rtn Bias &sident
' ' q K 1
Instructions are being awaited
from relatives in the United
States on servlcesfor Herman
Blumberg,, an American resident
or the Atlantic!! Bide f who died
weanesday afternoon; In Coco
' Mr. Blumberr who ;was 85
years old, was admitted to the
hospital on Nov.. 20 after being
Jlown to the i',zoneby military
olane from the San Bias Islands.
He hid been residing on Santa
Isablla Island, and his occupa
tion listed on the hospital ree
ords was that of baker and tur
tie fisherman. ri,'!
; He was born la Douglas, Mlch-
ican. A sister, .; Mr. Beth D.
Gate,- of saelnaw, Michigan,
ntts peen.;.: notified or his death
and 7,one health authorities are
awaiting word from her before
i1""' Wor before
making, wrangement, for lerj-
fcrun tw truth and ths
beyond their means. '.. ;;'
eomplishinr our mission.
.x rAccorauigiy we wouia like 10
get such facts as the number of
(U.S.-citlzen) children in the
Republic of Panama which, are
Second In Series
Of Civil Defense
. The second in the current se series
ries series of moving picture training
programs : being given for? the
members of the Canal Zone and
Republic of Panama Civil j-De-f
ense Corps will be shown at the
Balboa Theater Monday at 3:00
The pictures to be given Id this
program will be: "Facts About
Fallout," which define, radiolo
gical activity. It explains the
danger of radioactive fallout to
people, livestock, and crop, in
eluding food and water supplies.
The picture shows the precais
tionB which can be taken to
minimize that danger, j
Radiation; Detection,1! ?; the
Mei-uun, lumrsnow ine jange of
radiation detection instrument.
how monitoring; Is done in the
"wu, wn use 01 nroier.uv i nr.K
ing; and the process of decen-
taminaiion, Thlg flln was origi
MB,uy proaucea for in; -irmui
Forces Special Service' Weapons
The next film on th mnmi.
will be "Self Preservation in an
Atomic Attack m thJ fn
three service mn AerwA..!
what individuals should do to
air or underwater explosion The
ft, T 11180 nown.
"c ..viuKram will h ,int.i
5ll8..filmi 18 ctual showing
or ths tremanHn... 1
Which atrnrk "i"cane
rinn -7. : --. ,uKi-uiu in
It particularly iVinViael 1
i t.1 ,,nd.ustxy can be used
in time of crisis to sunnlv nur.
onnrang water. It -la m docu-
mm or ,unusual inter-
.The showing of the four pie-
fill A-i r'
wiu iice nin,uies.
OVer 300 nnnl nHfr....j il.
first prdgram on Hoy. 24. and It
.77,, an oul number
ha fffn,e In both
communities will see the inform inform-atlye
atlye inform-atlye picture On Monday.
fpss Of WafTr,
TWO-Vear-Olrf' AlirnttH--. vaMaa
Price suddenly found he was
thirsty .yesterday and he asked
nis momer jor a drink: Mrs. Ed Ed-na
na Ed-na price, went Into (tha kitchen
of their home, : Quarter 8396.
Rainbow 'City, to fetch, a glass
of water, K,
Byt Augustln could not wait
Hi mother heard him nni
and found hi was takw 1
wlgs from a bottle of cleanlnp
She rushed him to corn finif
Hospital where1 he was treatc
ana aamitted lor observatior
He is not seriously ill.
His -father is Stanlev Rlchar
Price, employed by the Mainten
ahce Djvlslon of the Panam
Frank (Ahab) Violette Seeks Great
-.rrv" ntZT.u m lM 5?n for tlie rett'iUver marUil In Fanama Bay,
much as Capt Ahab sought thf great white whale Moby tAek aewsi th. waters of the
world, ''-i1 ..;;.:(.- ; "'; u.- i-j., ..,, : ''. .a..
:.JVaJU?r, Gn. f Mnny? MeConaghy'a Vlklng.lia4 reportedly
y!i?f,iP ,eTd U7,r rUn ,ml,M mth of Coeos Point. WithilT minutes of
! n raiMi Plm tt- was ff iv hi SeH for ft wttdesvous with
IL lu. -ll,Ifxpert D,ck ,Robln Pnama Bay't allver
-..' Vlnlll la Jiu Kaolr Ryu' l,.t1.'lL. Ll'-i; jW Ai
f vrAecording to radio reports, Fletcher landed th. tM bilwi hm
for ftve hours and minutes on a 71 lb. test line. ,.vZLTSiJK
:i,; zr r
country U $afM Abraham Lincoln.
, ..v. -.
deprived of an American educa education
tion education by the current policy, their
names, and as much of the de details
tails details of their circumstances as is
Three Panamanians pleaded
guilty at; Balboa Magistrate's
Court today to vagrancy on an
lsianov m Madden Lake. They
were Manuel Cecillo Perez, 39,
Colombian, Andres Alveo, 23,
Panamanian,, and victor Man
uel Rivera; 18, Panamanian. Po
lice explained that the trio had
erected a Scaffold and were cut
Alveo was fined $5; Rivera was
put on probation for a year; and
Perez who was already on pro
bation for a similar offense, had
his probation revoked and was
fined $5 for the first charge and
110 on the second. j
' Iflglo, De.la Rosa; S9, PanV-rhs,nlan.-1raa
ing a -taxi which his license did
not entitle mm to drive.
" Sergio Urriola. 38..: Panama
nianwas fined $10 for driving
a ous -witn restricted license
and a further $5 for overcrowd overcrowding
ing overcrowding the hus, J
Jose De Leon. 37, Panamanian
was fined $10 for driving? with
defective foot brakes.
Pedro" Serrano 28, Panaman
ian, was fined $15 for driving a
taxi without a license. He was
also charged with falling to
pass to the right of a vehicle
coming in the opposite direction
Imposition of sentence was sus suspended
pended suspended for a year and he; was
put on probation for a year.!
Branford vDovle. 39. Panama
nian, was charged with failing to
have a lighted rear light on his
tractor trailer; but Judge John
E. Deming suspended imposition
of sentence for a year.
On Bridge Details
Set On Wednesday
A ore-biddins ennferpnr in rii
cuss plans and, specifications for
construction ot the. Balboa Bridge
west approach grading will be
held at 2 o.m. In the board room
of the Administration Building at
uaiDoa ueignts, on Wednesday.
Any changes 'to the croiect
which may become desirable as
a result of that conference will be
included in an addendum which
will be issued on or before Dec.
1 :-; 1.,
Silent But Rich,
Buys Rare Table;?
LONTJOn" fUPI) An anHoim
liouis a v laoie yesterasy 1 was
turned over to a mysterious worn
an in black for $99,960. rtf
It took her just 90 seconds' to
buy the marquetry table,, one of
ix hke it in the world, t Chris Chris-le's
le's Chris-le's Auction Company. The price
ras a world's record for such a
iece of furniture. -'
The woman never said 'a, word
f the sale. An employe of Chrif
e's bid for her against furniture
ealer Frank Partridge.
il. ... el
bh m evidence mis anernwn. 't I
IN LAST RITE
The people of Colon turned out
in thousands yesterday to pay their
last tribute to Max Bilgray, both
s-s the man and as the symbol of
the gay Colon of yesteryear.
And on tht day of his funeral,
a fittturt typictt of the hard hard-tengued
tengued hard-tengued soft-hcartad philnthr.
. A I,, ft.. ft! I
pir cam 10 ugni. n naa iijn-o
II the checks for money h
intandtd to donatt to charititt
and individuals whom he always
helped ai Christmas time.
" Said Rabbi Nathan Witkin today
"Perhaps he had a premonition of
his death and signed the checks
early to make sure the money
was distributed as usual this
Max, -who died Wednesday nigh
at the age of 73, was accorded the
full honors of a Bombero luneral,
and a Colon fire engine served
as a hearse as the cor.ege wound
through the streets of the city and
thousands lined the pavements in
silent tribu e
v A service was conducted at his
home on 9th street. Several hund hundred
red hundred oeoole crowded into the house
nd vjnany more had to wait out-
sme. une service was- conauciea uy
RabbD Witkin who spoke of Max's
philanthropy and his love for his
adopted cit yof Colon. He said the
bestwav t keen his memory 4.
live Seas 'fit give, tfr-1fo poof and;
needy a he had .done, unosten
tatiously- and often anonymously.
Thi cortege, with an honor
guard ef Bomber, paused at.
the synagegu of Kaal Kadoih
Yaamkob. Rabbi Witkin mounted
the front tp and conducted a
short service for the throng on
On its journey through the city,
the -cortage had an escort of out
riders- of the Nacional Guard.
When It reached the border with
Cristobalthe National Guard rid riders
ers riders fell back and their place was
taken by Canal Zone police motor
Mr. Bilgray was buried in Mount
Hope cemetery, where a third ser service
vice service was conduc ed at the grave graveside
side graveside by the rabbi.
In Atlantic Flight
CAPE CANAVERAL Fla.. Nov.
29 (UPI) The United States has
made its first full range firing ot
an intercontinental ballistic missile
caoable of carrying a deadly hy
The news that this country has,
alter many setbacks, achieved the
so-called "ultimate weapon" was
jubilant made known by missile
experts after a powenui Atias mi missile
ssile missile thundered skyward from the
testing center at Cape Canaveral.
Russia claimed successful ICBM
flights more than a. year ago.
Official announcement was ex
pected about mid-morning, prob-J
ably from. Washington.
A spokesman for the Convalr
astronautics, division of General
Dynamics corporation said the
ocean-spanning flight was a com complete
plete complete success.
Even' before ithev announcement,
any doubt was dispelled by broad
grins on the faces of test officials
and a champagne party thrown
spontaneously here by.Convair and
Air Force missile people.
- Sources in Washington, who ask
ed not to be identified, said the
missile covered a 'distance of
5,50ft nautical, mues (6,300 statue
miles) and smacked into the South
Atlantic within 30 miles of a tar
get area set up for it.
rllns were nothing more s
'" ."Ji'i -Hu- t
t ... .r
Or Deal' Date
BERLIN, Nor. 29 (UPI) East German propo'janr t
faerhort Eisler set a Hot Jim. l J.nji;.. 1.1
Wests departure from Berlin or acceptance of. torr j.
nist controls. . ? -Eisler
said. "From Jun 1 loo L II'
Western powers w.JI have to
W Qfl 't! I,B$er?inn "'eC09n,2in9
mJ, u?' v V!.mp,nB fu?itfve from Amew iuitiet,'
made his implied threat to. int.rfc u 1 V,
fic after West officio!, .CSS
the Soviet proposals on Berlin. 7 T
The Soviets AemnnA fk.i .L. W.-i. i
k. Ji. j ii ,;
rne ciry and the Western
neutrahzed free city" ripe for a Communist puts h
. The Communist press indicated today the Con- -nists
plan sucha takeover. 1 wji.....
Statements by t.S. and Ger German
man German leaders indicated today
that the West will insist that
there can be no change in the
situation of divlded Berlin until
all Germany ts reunified.- ---Vice
president Richard" nt
Nixon, Chancellor Konrad Ade
nauer ana west Berlin's1 Mayor
Willy Brandt all. took substan substantially
tially substantially this line in rejecting Soviet
Premier Nikita Khrushchev's de demand
mand demand that Wet Berlin' be, con converted
verted converted Into an undefended "free
clty"i-surrrunded on all sides by
.American officials in Wash Washington
ington Washington said the West may call
for a new Big Four conference
to deal with the reunification
or Germany through free elec elec-tions
tions elec-tions a proposal repeatedly
rejected by the Russians.
These officials said, however
that no decision i$ likely un il
af er the meeiing of the Atlanti. Atlanti.-Pact
Pact Atlanti.-Pact council Which opens in Paris
two weeks from Tuesday.
Brandt and Nixon both pointed
out that "free ci'y" proposal
would only complicate the situa
tion by creating 'three Gerraanys
where now there are onlv
which the West hopes can some
day be made one.
... Brl'",r 'ttly oppet
2? ,r.! id
minly-vffild, Communist threats
that th altcrnativ Is a renew renewed
ed renewed blocked V th Rd-cireld
Brandt said; last night that the
only kind o' freedom West Berlin
wants 1s freedom from the Com Communists
munists Communists who have dominated its
uieunes tor tne past 13 years.
( mxon assumed West Berlin of
"undimished American support"
agaius me unreal oi a communist
Four iS.: engrssmn flw
Int th eity to dmostrat Am American
erican American dtrmlnafion to remain
In th Western outpost.
Communist : East German lead
ers irom Premier Otto Grotewhl
down renewed their campaing of
threats and oleas o trv to fore
out tne west on the basis of Rus
sia's plan to turn the three West
ern sectors of Berlin into a "free
city witnin six,' months, with Al
West Berlin leaders demanded
we united States, Britain and
France save "the free sectors, by
force if necessary.
NixOO set 1 a cable tn RrinHt
naumg west Berlin as a "great
-"I as?wellss other members of
the U.S. government are following
ui oeyiopment with intense at attention,
tention, attention, ,iid 1 want to assure you
in these difficult times that may
ue.Deiore you or the undimin undiminished
ished undiminished American support of Ber Berlin,"
lin," Berlin," Nixon said.
, U.S., Congressmen Wayne L.
H4ys (D-Ohio)r Isidore Dollinger
ana frank c. Smith (D (D-Miss.)
Miss.) (D-Miss.) flew in from London for a
four hour visit and assured
Brandt they were behind him.
"W have right ef access to
Berlin and we should Intiitt up.
on It," Hayt said. One thing
th Communists respect is force.
W should take a strong posi position
tion position and not retreat from It."
. Rep. Karl Le Comnte (R Inwal
also flew in- Sen. Bnurk. Hipltn-
looper (R-Iowa akeady has been
in Benin lor two days.
Hays, a member of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee mid
Brandt "we won't allow Khrush-
chev to nibble away tho free-
Homi ei tola citJ,,
yield to negotiating with our
0ur outho,;itiej if itywi:h
"ic-TTesrern rroops leavd
"..u nueusuer reipct'-i
' ri. i "ers 'tt t.: i
. me Sovitt. p an for krim
would l..v. thtPclty .7ewr than
Adenauer said he could assur -So?
Tee A1'ied trZi :
In Paris, a government pokes.-d
man said flatly, the Soviet orX
Posal made Thursday was "uT
acceptable." y 8 un"
rjLtfXT' I Brltish PoHesmari
left the Soviet 'opoaal, but
niLH1.f1!oor Pfn tor East-West
wS.. 1UUS 0D ne 1UtUj.e g
SmentPart f 'n aU Germ
The Foreieii Offir. ct
insisted hDwever," Rucould
LU" nat.Tlly "' tht S
ments. cupaion agree-
Grotewohl, echoing Khrushchev'!
charge that West Berlin is
cancerous grow.n" that mwt (
tVed 0lef three" fr
sectors of the-isolated city a hold
war basUon that could cause An
atomic war. D
Grotewohl argued that th v'ua.
if the West pulled out. ,f.
..in ft-br?a.dcst tatementK;.$o
w 1 bstird to beiieye the
West had rights in. Berlin any
wUF.u agreements a
in rle mide by Khrushchev. Nov.
vriicii we current ifim
However, said Grotewohl, (he
East German gove.nment is wU-
.fi.- 0mae the "reat conces'
sion of allowing West Berlin" to
become a demilitarised free eity.
This, of course, would tav
East Barlin jn Rd hands and
th. ntir eity, 110 mils bhinf
th Iron Curtain, would bo sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by Soviet troops, mak making
ing making free Berlin rip for a putsch.
American officials said in Wash Washington
ington Washington the Western Allies may iro iro-pose
pose iro-pose a Big Four meeting with
Russia to try to former out a
solution to the overall (Jarjnaa
problem, including the thorny is.
sue od dividend Berlin.
They .said this was one f the
approaches being studied by' tag
United States, Britain and anct v
as they pondered, an ansr t
the Soviet Union's dimmrlrfiu '
Allied withdrawal from West Ber
un im creation oi a flemmilita A.
uefense Secretary WeU HMe1
Elroy, who had just returned from i
a meetine with Prxirint
hower in Augusta. Ga n tho
new military budget, was" asked A
by reporters who met him at the V'
airport how he and tho Prosidunt
viewed the Berlin situation,:
Mcilroy doseribod It1 as one
"roducod ImiMdiecy" new
that the Soviets have IndttatooV
there will b six-months
broathor before any imilatorel
soviet aetlon.v s-'-.:...-.,? fnh'n U-v
But the defense 'Urf.;aftr"te 1
was oing to be difficult t put a
check,rein on defense spending
because, of the 'obvious necessity1
o: maintaining stronsi : military r.
forces in fact ot tontmuini Soviet '
preisurv .. ..' vV
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' RAINBOW CITY LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL PARK
'j A few letters have appeared here on this subject. Only time
will tell whether their effect is good or bad. It is not the inten intention
tion intention of this writer to enter into any controversy on this matter,
lJAt to attempt here to attract some help that Is sorely needed
in the completion of this park; and I don't mean that of the
"civic leaders" solely.
"A Parkman" Mall Box, Nov. 25) wrote an intelligent let letter
ter letter and "Easy to Understand" (Mail Box, Nov. 26) in his confu confusion
sion confusion directed his last statement at ''A Parkman," when it should
Have been directed at "Hard-working- Citizen" (Mail Box, Nov.
22). who is really worried about "laurels," "picture-taking" and
Beckford, who is in charge of the construction of this base base-bill
bill base-bill park, is now worried about its completion. He speculates
new on whether the cooperation he is receiving from certain
teachers and office men will continue. I have assured him it will.
It is gratifying to see these teachers and office men handle
atehovel, a wheelbarrow, a rake, a hoe or a spike. Not that these
men are above this type of work, but many of them have no
tfSidmi who will benefit from the construction of this Little
LtaguejPafkJ There have even been contributions from persons
Who live in the Republic, and who have nothing to gain person personally.
ally. personally. ITjiere has been, too, the very splendid assistance given by
the Canal organization and certain U.S. Raters,
'j What I am getting at is that there are many residents of
Rainbow City who an more familiar with this type of work,
whose children will benefit from its construction, and who the
sponsors have time and again aided. This type of person has
not yet lifted a hand in the construction of this park. Neither
rjihnual or financial.
ii Speaking of financial assistance, the fund raising commit commit-tt
tt commit-tt of the Civic Council is sponsoring "A Movie and Command
Btrformance" at the Camp Blerd Theater Dec 10. For the com completion
pletion completion of this Little League Park the sponsors have printed
jJfoO tickets ard have set their goal at $250. They are hoping
the response is not similar to what the building of the Park is
receiving. I hope Mail Box readers buy a ticket.
m "Hard-working Citizen" should take the advice of "A Park Park-ttkn"
ttkn" Park-ttkn" and either forget about our civic leaders, or come o one
o our public meetings and have it out with them. At least
ttiere will be a change of administration of the council in Jan January
uary January next year, so he won't have to worry about one fellow "rub "rub-bfog
bfog "rub-bfog shoulders" with the officials of the Canal Zone. Admin Administration.
istration. Administration. i Attractive signs have been erected at the site to inform the
residents that we are building a Little League Baseball Park.
Tpls has not brought out any new faces. I am hereby making a
SSrsonal appeal to readers, to come out and give Beckford a
ind. Their help may produce a future Hector Lopez or Hum Hum-berto
berto Hum-berto Robinson, two Rainbow City products.
I In closing, I wish to say that I honestly hope that the com completion
pletion completion of this park is not lost, in the controversy of letter writ writ-ln,'but
ln,'but writ-ln,'but will stimulate those that have not yet lent a hand to
a worthy cause.
l want to hand down a small piece of advice to store clerks
In Panama Citv shops. And I want to warn them that soon
orie of them will get a sudden poke on the nose if they go on
frustrating me with their over-attention.
If you pause just for a moment, outside a bazaar or store,
you are immediately accosted by an invariably scruffy fellow
who breathes persuasively in your face "Want to buy some some-t'ing?"
t'ing?" some-t'ing?" a phrase which does not seem to me to help the
situation at all.
If you do happen to see something in the window which
you like despite the efforts of the salesman to drive you away,
you dare not take a close interest in it because this will excite
If you refuse to be discouraged and actually go into the
shop, it is possible to subdue the shop clerks somewhat by look looking
ing looking straight into their eye (this is most essential, look them
straight in the eye and they are strangely abashed and have
been known to start squirming in obvious discomfort). However,
they will still follow you around, standing right in front of you
and still breathing affectionately in your face and murmuring
"Want to buv somet'lng?"
It is necessary to have a great deal of patience at this stage.
After makine a couple of circuits of the shop round the coun counters
ters counters and finding that whatever you try to look at, all you are
really aware of is; a beady pair of eyes and a sickly, grinning
face, the best course of action Is to run quickly In & diagonal
line across the shop.
It must be remembered that the salesman has In most shops
to go round by the counters in order to catch up with you. When
he arrives,, panting but triumphant, turn away again and make
a quick series of zig-zags up and down the shop. It Is all a
auction of stamina. With a little perseverance, you will proba probably
bly probably learn how to get a few moments peace in a Panama store
even if you have to resort to a swift dot on the nose or the rap rap-Id
Id rap-Id application of a chloroform pad.
You might even get around to buying something sooner or
At a recent affair given in honor of the visiting hign labor
officials, a conversation with one of the distinguished guests
broueht out some harsh facts. He is of the opinion the local
Administration has us pegged right. ."weak and undecided."
This outsooken gentlemen, whom I met for the very first time,
went on to say: that a progressive labor group needed two basic
essentials: "unity of purpose" and "labor-minded" "hands at
I was told quite bluntly the labor council here lacked both
essentials, and consequently we were a flop. I led with my chin
when I asked: "What do you suggest we do?" He asked how long
I worked here (26 years) also how long had I been a member of
my union (19 years), then he answered: "Brother, if you don't
know what to do. nothing I tell you will help." With that he
turned and walked on.
Not ever having been an active union man, I urge those
who are, through the medium of this convenient column to take
stock of our position, and work to raise labor's position from
Its present low status. I ask members to remember, a good
strong union group will be accorded respect and careful con consideration.
sideration. consideration. A weak group will be dominated, and pressured.
Wake up. for the fake of those who must and wish to live out
their working lives here.
Just Two To Go
JOSHUA B ro!"s ..
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In New York
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Top tch-tchat in literary circles..
That novelist J. P. Marquind, who i
got his diverce last week, will
wed again, ine widow of the pre-, :
xy at the Brandt and Brandt A A-gency?.
gency?. A-gency?. .Ray Anthony, parted
irnm Mamip Van Dnrani hll'i
new flame. She is! Cindy fconroy,
a plush carrot-. op. .Marion uran
do tells pals that he finds Evelyn
m ulii uiti'UbiituKUj cuii ve-e uu
She has a Columbia U. degree .
Ballerina Helen Wood of the last
'Follies' gets her daily dozezn roses
from Wall Streeter H. Purcell. .
Roddy MacDowell and Anita Pur-
dy, the deb, make the Press Box
resemble a lover's lane. .Julie
Newmar's current pursuitor is Wil
bur Kane, ex-grid star at the Univ.
of Penn. .John Jacob Astor's
intimates .at East Horizon gaped
at his new amour, a blondoll from
Yurrorj he calls "Leesa". .A lead
ing jazz singer got herself bounced
from her nightclub .job for coming
on stage yelling to the audience:
"You're a bunch of B. .!"
Long before anyone mentioned
him as candidate, the WW col'm
of Dc. 27th 1957 itemed: "Nelson
Rockefeller held a big secret meet
with GOP biggies at Binghamton,
N.Y. recently". .Peter Howard,
who offended Italian authorities by
That Party In Rome, has it Ba-
aaad for Anita Ekberg, whose
photo got that event on Page One.
He'd marry her if husband Tony
Steele would let him. .The Mario
Lanzas will deny it, but don't they
always?. Didn't Mrs. Walter 0
Keefe beat him to the altar (with
a coast businessman) a month a a-go?.
go?. a-go?. News Ace Barry Faris and
Kay Lawrence, Associated Press
doll, a very steady duet. Duke
Ellington stars at Copa City about
Jan. 15th. The new owners govern
the Lucerne Hotel, Miami Beach
. .Such a feud between Sherry
Britton and the "Drink To Me On Only"
ly" Only" producers!
Composer Richard Rodgers' love lovely
ly lovely dghtr Mary (she writes songs,
too) and Stephen Sondheim (ne
did the lyrics for "West Side Sto Story")
ry") Story") are an every-single night night-i'.em.
i'.em. night-i'.em. .Bobo Rockefeller's local
date, Gaston Sigmund, is dating
a different looker every night (un-
til Bobo returns) so ho particular
girl can claim him. : .bociame
Harcourt Amory and his estranged
wife (Dita Douglas) wore that Re Re-consmile
consmile Re-consmile at Maud Chez EUe, Could
be after a few more trysts. .Aly
Khan is stalking, curvy, Barbara
Hunt, ex-wife of stockbroker Wm.
Hunt. .Jessica Alexander, Singer
Sewing Machine heiress, and Car Carlos
los Carlos Alemany, South American
minf, delighted the Teddy's crowd
with their goo-goo talk. .Don't
invite Zsa-Zsa and Marie McDo McDonald
nald McDonald to the same Powder Room.
A Times editorial spanked the1,
polite for not enforcing the no no-parking
parking no-parking rules. That night their
trucks were ordered to "keep mov moving"
ing" moving" and tickets were handed press
cars. .Josephine Premice of "Ja "Jamaica"
maica" "Jamaica" (she married a banker's
son last week) shrugged off his
kin's frowns. Her father-in-law is
De Coursey Fales, chairman of the
board for the Bank of Savings. .
Sinatra spent many of his nights
at Miami Beach in the Shore Ho Hotel
tel Hotel to appreciate Cookie Gonzales'
vocallure. .Billy Keea s luntey
Dinner for actors (away from
home) starts at 5 p.m. Thursday.
Pat Wells, cute London Express
reporter, is in Florida seeing her
summer-romance. Rex Rand, rich
nwnpr of radio-tv stations. Rex
dodged many a gal trying to hook
him from the eligible bachelor
Patrice Munsel, whose jewel-box
was emptied by thieves, got her
first new bauble (from her groom)
an emerald ring (45K) surrounded
by diamonds. .The Tropicana (Ve (Vegas)
gas) (Vegas) signed Roberta Sherwood to
star on its Jan. 6th show. .Chris
James, the freckled cutie on the
Jackie Gleason frolic,, swaps pup pup-pylove
pylove pup-pylove notes with West Point Ca Cadet
det Cadet Carl Hanson. .Bobbe Fidler
(ex-wife of the H'wood air report reporter)
er) reporter) wrote Harwyn chums that she
weds H. Nacio Brown, jr. in early
'5 .A hit rocknroller is lucky
to sell 100,000 copies of sheet mu music.
sic. music. But Irving Berlin's "White
Christmas" sold over 150,000 last
week. .Leona Gage ("Miss Uni Uni-verse"
verse" Uni-verse" for a few minutes) and her
new husband dwell in a 50ft trailer
in North H'wood. .The Sherry Sherry-Netherland
Netherland Sherry-Netherland bellmen shattered an an-o'her
o'her an-o'her illusion. Named Jack Benny
DsDit outraeed nrotests sgainst
its theme. "Lolita' the bestseller
ahnut a erowuD's affair with a 12
vear old "Nvmphet," has many
classical precedents. Shakespeare
"Juliet" was a teenager. So were
Dante's "Beatrice," Petrarch's
"Laura." Thackeray's ''Becky
Share." Shaw's "Cleopatra," Poe'sl
"Annabel Lee." et al. .Omar
Khavvam. Rdbert Herrick and
John Donne, three of literature's
most passionate poets, penned their
torrid love lyrics st lasses of gram
mar-school aee. .Boccaccio's "ue
cameron" features many neroinei
of love affairs, aged 14 and under
. .So do most Oriental love sto
ries-, ancient Greek myths and e
ven the Bible. .Ironically, at most
newsstands you can buy the Me
mnirn of Casanova" (for 35c) in
which History's No. i Heel boasts
of his 'amours with many adoles adolescents,
cents, adolescents, among them his own daugtr
SOON Bella Vista
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I reckon Mr. Krushev not
Khrushchev, the man can't spell
his own name, and I resent it
has finally tripped.' He must have
been loaded when he shoved out
the latest ukase that Russians
could only buy one drink per head
in all the Soviet bars and grills.
Mavbe when he sobers up he'll
think better of it, because in that
climate the only thing that keeps
DeoDle mobile is a generous ra
tion of potato juice.
Krushev's campaign, says he,
is designed to sober up the Rus Russian
sian Russian people, who evidently have
been drowning their troubles in
drink. They can still nibble at the
wine jug, he says, because that is
a Russian custom, but they got to
lay off that hard stuff.
I would not know if this is be
cause of a' shortage of toasting
vodka at the Kremlin dinners, or
just another one of Mr. K's peri peripatetic
patetic peripatetic efforts to stir up the ani
mals so they u know tne keeper
gives patented blowout protection in the
regular tire and tube price range!
changes sudden blowouts to safe s-s-slowouts
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DAVI D : Naranjo y Airoscmcna SANTIAGO: JulioSpicgcl
CHITRE: JoscCaridcLAS TABUS: SilvcrioViliarrcal Jr.
Life Easier For You
By BOB RUARK
is still keen.
I was particularly intrigued with
one statement. Somebody sugges
ed that if a muzhik were only al allowed
lowed allowed to buy one glass of booze
at a given restaurant, he might
take his trade elsewhere. Said St.
Nikita, no mean hand with the
jug himself:. "Let them. If there
are lovers of five glasses they
will nave to go to uve restaurants
ana wmie mey ma ice tne rounas
they will sober up."
This is where the Russian men mentality
tality mentality falters. Certainly they are
abreast and even ahead of us in
certain fields of science and in intrigue,
trigue, intrigue, and they are matchless
for manpower. But they do not,
still, savvy some of the elemental
things oi life, almost basic as
er been on a proper pub-crawl,
whether on Third Avenue in New
York or more especially on & Sun-
day) morning in London, By
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... -V 1,1 M
- Not Me"
planning your campaign early, and
circling fueling points on the map,
you can collect your load in Jig Jig-time,
time, Jig-time, and' waste no more than
five minutes per pub, if that.
Also, our man reckons without
the guile of a man who is realty
out to beat the one-drink curfew
This fellow has an amazing num number
ber number of dodges. He will, foi in instance,
stance, instance, pick up five teetotallers,
whether friends or strangers, con convoy
voy convoy them into a saloon, and drink
the entire ration for five. Or he
will adorn himself With a fancy
hat and a false beard, sneak in,
knock back his rat. on, and then
reappear, sails beaiti, saps hat.
A really good fluick-chauge artist
can be fried before you can spell
Arusnev tne nard way
but he will punish the people
'who facilitate drrmkenness." I
will, not cite him prohibition, be-
'cause the Russians tried Vol
fulERRY- Go? Eloiirib
WASHINGTON' Diplomatic In Intelligence
telligence Intelligence from Moscow .rerxHv
that Premier Khrushchev has
1'unched a gigantic new diploma
ic ofensive against the west be
cause he's con vinced the United
States is paralyzed, as a result of
the elections. 'i: :
Khrushchev believes he can lake
risky chances of the kind he nor normally
mally normally would avoidr because the
Republican President will be busy
battling the new heavily Democra Democratic
tic Democratic Congress .during the next two
years. This explains why the Rus Russians
sians Russians ar making all sorts of de
mands on nan a dozen fronts-
Berlin, Geneva, the United Nations,
the MiddleEast. -
Simultaneously. Khrushchev hai
revived talk of a : summit confer
ence.. It's reported that he Intends
to make an all-out drive to force
Eisenhower into meeting with
termsv. v w . .
The one Democrat who had
more to do with elec'lng 14 new
Democratic Senators than any o'h o'her
er o'her quietly packed up his Washing,
ton office last -week; andx went
back to live in his old Kentucky
home. He is Earle Clements,1 for former
mer former Governor of .Kentucky,' for former
mer former Senator from Ken ucky,
until a few days ago, the operaU
ing eeniuSjof,th,ei Senate, Dejiujcr'
tic Campaign snimittf tl I J q?
Officially George- Smathers,
handsome senator from Florida,
was chairman of that, committee.
BUV behind the scenes, Clements
sat in an obscure room on the
third floor on the Capitol, talking
on the long-distance phone, 'rais 'raising
ing 'raising money for -candidates, doling
out money to candidates", encour encouraging
aging encouraging candidates. When he wasn't
on the long distance phone, he
was crisscrossing the 'USA by
plane, helping candidates.
No Democratic strategist in
years has worked so efficiently
and unobtrusively at bolstering his
party's political strength, and with
But with the Democratic major
ity in the Senate higher than in
20 years, homespun .-Earle Cle Cle-Clements
Clements Cle-Clements closed his office and
went back to Morganfield, Ky.,
which he enjoys more than the
socill salons of Washington.
Congressman Brooks Hays of
Arkansas,? who wqrkl -at; religion
instead of just talking about it,' is
not going to challenge the, .elec
of "write-in'J; Cohgressmfin
' AlfordTaf tMr Lfttle- Hock
School Board. "I accept the ver
dict Of the voters," says Hays,
who is chairman of the Southern
Baptist, Conference. ? t t-I
I t-I HoweVer, Atheuoutjai-n tCiiAl-
gressmeh don't : feet the same
stead's brain baby after the gtv-
olution, and.it didn't work in Rus-
sia. either. But if there is one
thing' that wiU destroy Russia's
vast network of pohticnl machme-1
ry, it will be an attempt;to ride
herd on venal wasters and saloon:
keepers with an eye ior a fast ru-
There are two things on earth'
that no amount of regimentation!
r- t. ,u. .11 i,
way of a man with a maid. The
other is the grim determination
of a man who wants to drink his
Castles may tumble, -cabinets
may fall, but old Single-Purpose
CharLe will get his load, in ours
experiment into aridness, and e e-ven.
ven. e-ven. today. in our, "dry." states, I
imagine the incidence of actual
drunkenness was higher than in
modern New Orleans, where they
don.' t close at all except at the
By all accounts Russia is a
gloomy place, unless you are a
cab.net member's mistress and
that's a sfiaky career, consider
ing the average, rate of 'downfall
and a mild bit of the stuff is
the least they can allow the serfs
in the .'collectives. ,
As a -matter of act, the whole
news story was silly There
aren't enough .public drinking hous
es to accommodate many more
ircvyie man me inemoers OI if a
NKVD, and if there were the pea peasants
sants peasants wouldn't, have enough dough
to patronize them.
Meanwhile, long live the Czar!
Even if we have to sneak it in
the gents' room. 1,
1 i i . 1 a 1
entirely rebuilt recently, by contract, to tht l:'r.
highest bidder, at a rental basis fee of not lets
''- t '
than $600.00 per 'month. Bids will Be received
. .1 j v.; :"ftM. tJM W-X-fiK 'tsY ..i,,:
at our1 main office, P, C. Box 536, Panama, not
later than 12 noon, December 1 it, 1 958. 5
This Company' reserves the right to reject
any or all bids, should we deem it convenient.1
' Tha Baar Cardan will bt place J in charge or
the new tenant December 15, 1953. j
Distribuldora ComcrcM, Si A-
way. And if the '.Northern Con.
.ressmen will My u the ck
ground; and not make it as .nt
grauon uiue, Congressmen ironi v
the South may Well create a pro
cedent reeardina AHrwH
;fhey ijiave discovered thai
i a a write-in" ea
mate, .but a "stuck-in" candidate
Furthermore, it look as if th
Arkansas law was violated. Pinal-,
ly. the Alford "stick-in" race sets
a precedent which could uptet
any congressman in the South,
Here are; the inside facts:
r Fef,'1JrTh 'te-in" ballots
ior Alford were actually stickers
marked with Alford's nsme and
A beside it, which were past pasted
ed pasted on the election, orms by his
supporter, in olher words, these
ballots were already marked to
indicate a preference and there therefore
fore therefore violated Arkansas law, Sec
tion a-832, which says: J'Upon -re
ceiylng his .ballot; the "voter shall
proceed to mark it (himself) by
placing an X in the appropriate
Miliar. '.:, r
Thus there was nn "art t
tog," because aa X already was
V4 we ,m utvw aucxers nanaed
out to Littje- pck trs. ;
2.- The stier itself was
illegal,; because v it was attached
W Japerjclip)to an unsigned
advertisement,-.rku this-' case i
"Vote for Alford' card. Section
3-H-if tbe;iArkansai atatutet
says 2! W! advertisement: V .may
be printed or distributed.,.unless
(it) plainly bears the name or
names and post office addresses
of the individuals. .or groups
sponsoring and bearing1 the cost
of 'Same, : j
; Feet .V The most flagrant
Violation of aU occurred in the
handing out of the sti a. I ach ached
ed ached cards right at the pulling sta
tions by Alford workers.' Section
3-1414 of Arkansas law declares:
"It shall be. unlawful for any per person
son person to attend any Voting place on
election day and hand out, or
give away,, any campaign cards.
. .or other articles for the purpose
of influencing the electors to vote
for any candidate." v
Fact 4 There was no'arty"
or "independent" designatiV on
the Alford voting stickers, anoth another
er another infraction of Arkansas law.
r - a.J k AAtf J.J...1. IITJ 4lia
name' of each candidate in the
general election shall be his par-
ty designation, or the name ''In ''Independent'
dependent' ''Independent' if he represents no of official
ficial official party J.' ':
i Fact .. EveryoneVjn Atkin;
sa3 who has attained the age:; of
reason knows that ; Gdv. '' Faubui
liii)lieaW-'XKotb1'rite-iir cam cam-'piign.
'piign. cam-'piign. 'thbugh Faubihir was fcarf.r
ful not to show his 'hand openly.
lu 'doingo Taubui Violated
signed pledg W the Denjocratie
palrty" of Arkansiao; TAisatoffwial
pledge; signed by the governor
n- Mol !S 10i ttorll-
k candidate for the Demo-
ratie nomination for the office
rtinvt that -Dumnratie i
Pf-im,ry elections to be held on
juiy 29 and Aug. 12, 1958, I here.
by pledge myself to abide by-the a
resuit of said prfmary elections
nd t0 gupport att the nominees
Thi, is why Southern Coftgress.
men nriva4lv indlfnint. ,r
HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTE
" Gwynfor Evans,
sader for Welsh
a i parlor cru
from England, called at the White
House to see President Bisennow Bisennow-er
er Bisennow-er the other day but got Only -as
far as Ihe President's dpor.- The
door was supposed to have- been
opened by the President's close
iriendr Sen. Frank : Carlson- of
Kansas: But diplomatic r-protocol
prevented the President from see seeing
ing seeing a British citizezri unless he was
cleared by the British Embassy:
The ,;Emb8Ssy, betng nsjrmpathe nsjrmpathe-tic
tic nsjrmpathe-tic 'with Evans views; didn't do -any
, clearing;. Vr.Th new- Space
Agency will launch "at leasK six .4
fllllC 1IIVVU iUVAtJfti-MIBII WHV T
up with a rocket shot at the pla planet
net planet Venus, v ,The Democrats plan
to narp ?on Ei'enhower's lack ; of
leadership as the main' theme for
thai iQfifl ramnaiffn. -This, decision i
based on a post-elecCon survey
which indicates ,'nar tne waaer'
ship issue was ithe Wggest factor
in the recent Democratic land landslide.
slide. landslide. The vo'ers' most common
complaint, according to the- nv
vey,.wa that no one seemed to
have a-firm hand on the rudder.;
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V ;; rat panAma American' an independent dailt newspaper
'Elijah To Be r
At Balboa School;
MATT mEWGOl &m
A' 'CETtFlCATB :'.OF ''i!ERIT"va"awftdy Care Pood Crusade to Philip L. Dade, Federal area Chairman of the Federal
Setvice Jolni; Cruiade by'Goy. WilllaraJE, Poster In a jjrel ceremony this week, at Balboa Heights. Similar certificates were
awarded to representatives of the, Armed Forces who headed, the campaign in their respective services. John Edmonds'onr
acting mission chief of -CARE-Panama, at the same Ime, awarded certificates to Potter and to .William Schmitt, manager
of the Balboa branch of the Chase Manhattan Bank. Schmitt received the certificate for handling the accoynts of tha cam-;
paignv Left to. right are Edmonson; Schmitt; Dade; Duncan Laird, Jr., Air Force representative,;- pdr. R. A. Sexton.avy
representative' Potter; Lt. Col. Claude A. Babb and MSgt. E. A. Gerald, Air Force representatives;' Col. Thomas.. J. Hender- -sonJ,
Army; Capt. Jlobrt F. Legge,;Navy and Capt;'3Y- ? -Hall, Army. Col. p. A. Beall, Jr.; of the Army, also received the. cer-
Escaped Killer f orces Teenagers
To Drive Him; FBI Get Into Hunt
:';mIjrfreesboro,' i'a ni.
(.UPl) v An escaped, killer be be-UpvpH
UpvpH be-UpvpH nlanninc an assault oaiiie
countv iail here kidnaped three
teen i aged boys f yesterday vtfd
fofced them to drive him W Bir Bir-'
' Bir-' mtaghMM.Al.4 .f'. j.
FBI gehts .'flumped i into the
four-state hunt 'for convl6ted mUr mUr-,
, mUr-, derer !-Spem;6, Edwards; ''35, who
fled from a prison? road -gahg in
Georgia? Tuesday, kidnaped add
shot one, hostage, handcuffed a
highway patrolman to a tree, and
then kidnaped the three teenagers-near
Deason, Tenn. j
The boys, Bwight' Throneberry,
IT, Enos Carter.V 18 and Simon
Wirnp.r Jr. 16 tame home from
Birmingham yesterday and told farm
their story to FBI agents. ,
They said, that Edwards uriv
ing a stolen highway patrol car,
stopped them last night, held, a
gun on them-1 and forced them to
drive-him to Birmingham. In Bir Birmingham,
mingham, Birmingham, they said their car de developed,
veloped, developed, engine trouble and Ed Edwards
wards Edwards left the.ip.
' ''tiii.Wiiai& fkwt.yisi$$
them; i$M got out, ', and,: began
hitch-hiking; They added that he
wardsi' fanned ont 'OVer a w,iia
area;7he. mam. conern. ?.was tor
the county jail. where Edwards'
younger brother,; Harrys 30, is
being held on -a murder charge.
In 1947 Edwards broW into this
same jail and freed an older
brother, Alfred, who' fled with
him- to Georgia. s f
Near Swainsboro, Ga., Edwards
Shetland killed Garland Fields, a
Gorgia Buread of Investigation
agemV'tPolice said he shot Fields
seven times rin the back. 'B o i h
Sperice was sentenced to : life im im-captared
captared im-captared later 4ntftgunbattle with
police at Augusta, Ga. Alfred was
sent 'toi-a rmieiital hospital, and
Spent was- sentenced to life im im-nrisonment.
nrisonment. im-nrisonment. '.i ."' :"' --;
He' served 'it years of-4hiS sen-,
lence oeiore waunng ; awaty j;rori
the prison road gang at Dalton,'
Ga., late1 last1 Tuesday i
Edwards' trail of violence and
his past.' history" led officers to
conclude immediately that he
meant to free Harry Edwards
from the jail here-: ; -r
Hary, held on a; charge 'of kill'
ing his father in lawr-' said
would refuser to leave the jail
even if his brother should -shoot
hi way ."in. 'Police mounted a
round-the-clock guard on the jail
as soon as word -reached them of
Edwards' escape: in Georgia.
When EdwardS'fled the Georgia
camp he took with him as hostage
Hubert 'Turner, 47,. and forced
Turner to drive him to -Tennessee.
; Turner was slightly injured
whed a shotgun 'wielded bv? Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, in the car accidentally dis discharged
charged discharged during the wild ride.
Turner said Edwards forced
him to -drive. thrnnetTsTennpssp
into Kentucky,, and locked him un-
life trunk of the car for 13 hours
headed back; to"
Highway, patrolman Tom .More,
28. 1 stoDDed, ;;the vcar; last night,
inkC a h non Cpuntry, Tennes-J
see and actually na aawaras un under
der under arrest. But Moore, said he,
lowed .the convict to return to
Turner's car to get, a pack of cig cig-arets
arets cig-arets "and he just got ; the drop,
on jme.':' ,K- .-i ..-
Edwards taped Turner's hands
and handcuffed Moore to a tree
before he drove in Moore's patrol
car But the highway patrolman
managed" to reach a knife in
Turner's pocket, tree Turner's
hands, and, the ex-hostage freed
Moore with; an ax froma nearby;
With Bitter Words
'PARIS;-(fjPi) Former f reinW
Edouard Daladier, the last survive
ine "man of Munich," bitterly
Withdrew fram,ijolitic yesiarday.
Fa victim ft theGaulHst electoral
'vide. -i r '.:
'! Dai'adief resigned as mayor of
Avignon, a job which under the
French system went, hand-in-hand
with being deputy from the Vau Vau-cluse
cluse Vau-cluse Department. ;
He had been in the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly 40 years, "the wild bull of
the Vaucluse." -
But in Sunday's primary, elec elections
tions elections he ran third among the can candidates,
didates, candidates, and to have maintained
his candidacy in next week's run'
off -would have risked "not" only
possible .humiliating de feat for
himself but also victory for the
So he withdrew. Today he re resigned
signed resigned as mayor also.i saying, "in
all France a new right wing, ag
gressive and hidebound, triumphs
in covering itself with the name
and pre s t ige of General De
"The formation of a new gov-;
eminent will be difficult. Soon,
doubtless, fearsome adventures
will come." -,r i
He indicated he was quitting
pontics for v good, He is 74.
Dead more than a decade are
the two other chiefs of govern government
ment government who signed the Munich
agreement of'1938--'Britain's Ne Neville
ville Neville Chamberlain a&d Germany's
Chamberlain went- home saying
the agreement carving up Czecho Czechoslovakia
slovakia Czechoslovakia -' meant "peace in our
Daladier went home expecting
r'ots but instead was greeted with
cheers. The war caWe less than
two years later and daladier
F$w Phonies Manage, Passes
For Army-Nfavy Grid! Classic
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (U?I.).-The
Naval Academy received a re
quest this week for a press pass
to Saturday's ArmytVavy- football
gam scribbled an the back of a
John Cox, Navy's sports publi publicist,
cist, publicist, dropped it into his fo t f of
messages from fak. reporters,
photographers and broadcasters.
The file is labeled "phonies."
Since he took over his job nine
years ago, Cox has received hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of notes from phonies try
ing to get tickets to the grid clas classic
sic classic by masquerading as newsmen.
Occasionally it has worked. He
noticed at the 1950 game that one
member of the working press
wasn't working in the writers box
high above Philadelphia's Munici
pal btadium. i
"Where'd you set your press
ticket?" Cox asked.
"Bought it outside the gate.
the spectator replied.,
someone had obtained the pass
by claiming to be ; a newsman,
then sold it outside the stadium
at high scalper prices.
: Some of the phomwant more
than press passes. One self-styled
free lance pflotograBherTWrote; IT
kdo not, need or want a dressing
room pass tr sideline oass. But I
'-' use a pass for anything
He also asked for a game pass
a food pass and a railroad ticket.
Some of th fakes get mad
when they're turned down. One
"press syndicate':, wrote:
'".Vc are : terribly busy at' this
time and we have no, time for
foolishness! When are you going
t(j provide ils with' working press
accommodations to the Navy foot
ball games,1 alter the season is
over? Whoever heard, of such
nonsense? Just because there is ,a
sellout we get no vorking press
accommodation! What rot! What
stupidity! We covered thousands
of sellout games. So what?"
The headquarters of that "syn
dicate" was a cold water flat in
Cox and Joe Cahill, his West
Point counterpart, alternate in
handling press passes. This year
it's Navy's turn. Cox has passed
out 600 passes fo Saturday's
game alter carefully investigating
the applicants' credentials.
ATLANTA (UPI) Mrs. Allen
Parker and Mrs. J V. S.mither S.mither-man
man S.mither-man put out a fire in a firehouse
last night. They passed the
station shortly after the entire
crew had gone out to answer; an
alarm and turned off a burner
under four scorched steaks; the
firemen had been cooking when
the call came in.
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Christmas season will continue
Tuesday with the production of a
one-hour version of the Mendels Mendelssohn
sohn Mendelssohn oratorio "Elijah:" in the
patio.' of the dalboa elementary
The words oLEliiah' are from
the 'Old Testament and five tne
story of the prophet. Bartholomew
arranged the "words, in the Eng
lish version, and sent those ar
rangements to Mendelssohn to use
as he worked on the comoositirm
of the various musical numbers
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en given regular annual productions in
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not before been given in a public,
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by the local college chorus and
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with it, and the small orchestra,
is free. Neil V. Branstetter. su
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sic music for the Canal Zone Junior Col College,
lege, College, will conduct the oratorio.
On Ferry Crossing
CORNWALL, Ont. (UPI.) A
baby boy, born of Canadian par parents
ents parents and n the back seat of a
Canadial registered car aboard a
ferry crossing the international
border, is an American but uis
mother said he wouldn't be much
'xne child was bom to Mrs. Ver Veronica
onica Veronica Cook of St. Regis, Que,, as
the car ferry, owned by the St.
Lawrence Power Development
Corporation, crossed the bound; ry
immigration officers ,xred over
the immigration act and then de decided,
cided, decided, that the infant was a U.S.
citizen because the ferry is regis registered1
tered1 registered1 in that countiy.
However, L.G. Scully, local im immigration
migration immigration officer, said the CookS
could aiply through normal chan channels
nels channels for the child to be registered
as a Canadian although the birth J
wouia De registered in AiDany,
Mrs. Cook said she had expect expected
ed expected her son to be a Canadian and
would take the necessary leM
steps to have him declared one.
. She said that since the ferry, i
called the John J. Walsh. -she will
probably give her son the same
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AMBASSADOR AND MRS. PLACER
VISIT THE GAITHERS AT QUARRY HEIGHTS
The United States Ambassador to Paraguay, Walter C.
Placer, and Mrs. Placer were house jruesti ef Lt. Gen. Ridsre Ridsre-ly
ly Ridsre-ly Gaither, Commanding Chief Caribbean, and Mrs. Gailher,
at their residence at Quarry Heights over the Thanksgiving
Ambassador and Mrs. Placer arrived on the Isthmus Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening and left for their home in St. Louis, Mo.,
. on Thanki,ving evening.
Mtss Valdes Attends
Conference In Montevideo
' Miss Elsa Vajdes, director of
Social Welfare in Panama, left
Scout T Shew II ales
Of Summer Cam Activities
Two local representatives of
the Girl Scouting program will
show slides taken during their
summer camping activities Mon Monday
day Monday evening at 1 at the Diablo
The girls, Martha Miller, Senior
Scout, and Christine Huff, Girl
Mariner attended the Girls' Ail-
Second Vice-President of Peru and; state Camp at Osito Rancho. Big
Mrs. Carlos M. Pasaldan and Pe- Bear Lake Calif
ruvian Senator and Mrs. Antenor
I Fernandez Soler. Mr. Pasaldan is i All fiirl Spouts. Brothers and
yesterday by plane for Montevideo president of the delegation from, other interested persons are invit-
UfUguay. &ne will auena a cumei-ireru lur me inauguration ui meied to attend the Slice shUWUlfe
ence of the Inter-American Insti President of Mexico.
tute for Children, to which she is ;
puncheon Fetes -Admiral
" Admiral Enrique Lagreze, who
tsSoon to leave the Isthmus, wis
fiiest of honor at a luncheon given
at the Union Club Thursday by
the Director of Posts and Tele-I
Supreme Court Justice Frankfurter
May Have To Retire From Hard Work
raphs. Catalino Arrocha Graell. WASHIN6T0N Nov 29 (tjpi),Cour(, and possibly Its hardest
Supreme Court observers express-1
ed fear today the illness of TG year-1 A statement issued last night an an-niH
niH an-niH .Tiiai kaHy f rankfinthrr mav nounced the Austnan-born jurist
force his retirement after 20 years had suffered a "mild heart disturb
. . iniA" nH uiiii n a rlAClVit I Tfl
as a schol
ar w,th a human touch" is the
oldest member of the nine-Justice
Tmr Uair Dahlia
"Thenex'. meeting of the Isthm-
l TAietmactp" f'lllh tfl hp rivlfi
MXt. Tuesday in the Fern Room1 on the nation's highe:
Z?..th.-vTinii r.npst House, will Frankfurter-known
feature a debate by four mem members,
bers, members, Jim McNamara, Miles
Gebm, Jim O'Rorke and Ted
The meeting will start at 6:31)
nd" Ralph McClain will be toast toast-mister
mister toast-mister of the evening.
sSft.Mott will conduct "Table
Topics'1 and Al France will act as
iMBmembers desiring to attend
IhOMtK. call Cdr. S. E. Taylor,
Pinhtr. Party Horors
US Mine Workers
Will Hear Results
Of Contract Talks
anre and was in a nospjtai tor
rest and observat.on. The state
ment, read to newsmen by a court
aide, said Frankfurter was "rest "resting
ing "resting comfortably and doctors are
pleased with his progress."
But persons close to the Court
said the illness might be enough
to push Frankfurter into the retire
ment he could have enjoyed with
full salary since 1953 when he turn
ed 70 and became eligible tor the
life-time s'ipend of $35,000 a year.
Frankfurter himself said in 19o3-
he was "never of the view that
striction would have deprived the
WASHINGTON, Nov. 29 (UP!)- justices should automatically
i. m wnrtAr. fiiiv tire at 70" because "such a
to the union's 200-man wage policy I' country of j tome .of the most fruit-
ineTvmDassaaor oi feru in ra- ;.nmJ n tu, 3rpatst men
.j t i- i....lt fnr a npui rnntrar rnvenilfi some 01 lne. greaiesi men
lrtegui entertained at. a din- most o he nation's 186,000 son ha;X's se :cretary Mrs. El El-er.
er. El-er. party. Wednesday evening hon- coal miners. sie Dougla, said Frankfurter nad
rag, aistinguisnea visitors irom informed sources p r e d 1 c t e d been tired lately from "over-exer-tjfeir
country. Lewis wouid report a dead lock tion" and that the hosoltal wr.s
jThe honored guests included 'he:exists between the union and the the only place where he could be
industry over tne umw s aemanu assured of a complete rest.
BBHHMsflslHsSMsSBHMBsl that operators agree to stop hand-: it was not known whether
t I ling non-union coal. Frankfurter, who lives here witn
The wage policy committee,1 his invalid wife, actually suffered
t'.SOON Bella Visia
TBfEsA WRIGHTCAMER0W MfTCHELL
composed of UMW officers and
rank and file delegates, usually
meets only to vote on acceptance
of a new contract or authorize a
UMW spokesmen were tight lip lipped
ped lipped about the purpose of the meet meeting
ing meeting of details of negations so
far. But it was learned that thjre
is no contract or final agreement
at this time.
the heart disturbance Monday
when he consulted his physician
after complaining of feeling 'til or
at some time earlier,
BETROIT (UPI) Burroughs
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GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
' The "roueh cut" of "RillD
Round the viag,: Boys I" that wi.
screened for ma exnlbiior. the
otiier mornim wis olenty -r
rougn. very iikely soma of. the
lines and bits ot risque busines
win be deieted Dy. tue time me
mcture reaches the oubUC. waie
who utehded the preview actually
blushed itt the darK. .Robin Baiu
Is most hxely to tucceeo. Contesi
results aren't to be aanounceo
until Decemoer, but ,lo eet oti
DlsDutes beiftf thr Musicians'
Board include a claim against
Jacke Cooper for some arranging
and copying that allegedly nevei
was paid lor, and a inference o,
opinion between Sugar Ray Robin
son and a couple oi musicians who
showed up late for a rehearsal
date. . .ueorge c. scott rate3 as
a new n.'oaaway matinee i a o i,
judging from the number of fans
who wait around me Ambassad
or Theatre after 'hit performance
in speed Lammn's "i;omei a
Day' H' alio received another
splendid accolace; Noel Coward
went back to congratulate mm
the olher flight.
American oil in.erests comit comit-ted
ted comit-ted to invest about a million dol
lars in Argentina are wo Tied a
bout internal Strife in that coun countryand
tryand countryand well they might be. North
Americana haven't the faintest
idea of how wild tt gets down
there when they start bu'ning
buses and shoo ing peopla. .Har .Harry
ry .Harry Guardino, who ail but steals
"Houseboat" from Sophia Loren
and Cary Grant, will, appear in
the forthcoming Broadway play,
"The Squirrel Cage." He .. just
might become as big as Ben Gat.
z-.ru, ior. instance.
Lionel Hamp.on, on tour, re reports
ports reports an amazing swing from
the frantic stufi to the sweet and
gentle strains. Hamp says the
Bhow-Bloppci's at this point are
old standards like "The Mora I
See You," "Sisy AS Sweet As
You Are" and "Serenade In
Blue." (All is not lost. Next week,
Cole Porter 1)
Sinatra will be so pleased to
hear this, Frankie Avalon, a 17-year-old
singer, takes irade paper
"Frankie now means Avalon" t
Dakota Staton's outburst of tern
perament at her Capitol recording
session the other day won her
new honors as "The Maria Callai
o. iaiz." t v
She threatened to walk out, said
Feller threa ened to wall out, and
Dakota's boy friend got into the
act by insisting on his choice if
musicians being used on the
date. Lots od sparks flew.
George Sanders plans to devote
a whole chap er of his memoirs
to the events surroinding the
death of his friend Tyrone Power,
with whom he was playing a duel duelling
ling duelling scene before the cameras
when Ty was stricken with a heart
attack. .Pre viewers feel Elaine
Stritch's manager ought to sue the
p-oducers of "The Perfect Fur
lough" for the way sne s pnoto
graphed in the airplana scene. It
looks at though ihe has akin ble blemishes
mishes blemishes and a double chin nei neither
ther neither true.
Frank Costello Just may decide
to do the smart thing and work
out a deal with the government
whereby he'll "voluntarily" exile
himself I -am thr United ' States
within the next 1 momhi.
. luwaa, who uraw rave
reviews wnefl in appeared in
Damn Tanee" iu. iw a
ioni ago, ii now working m a tn
Av... ureti ahop. i :- e- ;
Gerry Aiuiligah may htva a big
tilm iuturf, lu. 'a small non-ipeaa
.ng role in "1 Want lo Live. ne
.ias ii'tmendous audience impact.
. ,Wba an odd idea Marguerite
iaa u considering a TV series
mai wouia east net ai an opera
itar. married to professional
Billie Holiday and,. Decea Re-
co-ds appear to have a problem
jbout disc royal ies. .In "Ivy
Jazz Band Ball," under the direc direction
tion direction of stati. jiubLn will feature so
many jazz greats they'll spread it
out in three ballrooms, '.The
U.S. Information 'Agency in seve
.al languages to be distributed
ill ovei.1 the world.
Max Baer. son of the former
boxing champ, is as tall as hit pop
and even better looking, me film
irms want to sign him, but he's
bent on com Die tine his courses At
Santa Clara law, school, he's a
senior.. .Heavenly quote attributed!
o Porfirio Rubk.'osa: "It's absolu absolutely
tely absolutely impossible for me to work.
I simply don't have the time for
it's puzzling about the Jeff
They were aupossed to be on the
verge of matrimony, but he makes
no secret of his flipping over Bet
ty Abott, the script girl who used
to date Rock Hudson. . .Desl
Arnaz is using some pretty strong
language at the Las Vegas gam gamine:
ine: gamine: tables esoeciallv when he's
Janice Harper is going over In
a great big way with the Copa-
cabana audiences. And it's so
shooting, the way she doesn't chat
between songs. Her numbers are
tasteful, too. .Jack Raymond, a
writer, is the most faithful suitor
for lmogene Coca backstage at
her play. He -turns up almost night
Three U.S. Army Caribbean of
ficers this week received notice
Named lieutenant colonel was
Mai. William W. Tennyson. Trans
portation Corps, USA Advisory
Group, San Juan, P. R. Promot Promoted
ed Promoted to the rank of captain were
1st Lts. Maurice E. Kinnett, 4th
Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery,
Fort Clayton and Mearien G. La Lamar,
mar, Lamar, Inter-American Geodetic Sur
vey. Fort Clayton.
Flrat T 1 1aa T Una,
list mi. mwmm mvr m wiitaiiL t
now at Fort Benning, Ga., named
captain, will be assigned to the
USARCARIB School, Fort Gulick,
early next year.
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A wodsiej wfcete eowt' milk in powdee form wtth atMae)
. vltanttlM A ssmel D ernel torn.
Tti wtK wHfc Mtmm, hssMosi watee
4 besV h llM1
AsA yt0t sttaf iM-t
HBflt (CANADA) ITP wma so tOm Unit WH, Tr f,
Some US Senators
Just Won't Move
To New Building
W ARHTNfiTnN ( UPI 1 -r- S e V-
eral senior senators- have, turned
thti":kat m -that new 2S mil
lion dollar office building, appar
ently preferring comton ana tra tradition
dition tradition to modernity.
Thar wit nn indication the
senators feared their constituents
would resent their living in ine
lap of luxury in th new building,
scheduled to open early next
They Just seemed to orefer their
old Senate Office Building, which
has been the site lot so many
vtiii f-ir ie wativn nearineg.
Mpations lobbvine. and eld-
i ; the cm in irost senator!
al questions, seniority will govern
the selection of suites in the new
hnildinff Thl will cive the first
pick to the chairmen of the 15
ltandin Senate committees.
The Un'ed Press International
took a poll of the 15 veteran to
see how they stood on the moving
The poll showed that e'eht
pUnned to move, one wai unde undecided
cided undecided end six chose to stand pat.
The stand-oatters include such
Alri.flmatoc t Sen i rrl HiVdpn
ft)-Arlz.), Theodore Frarr-ls Oen
(D-n.i., and James E, -Murr
AccoHin? to one reoort, Sen.
ttstes Kefauver (D-Tenp..). Si'b Si'b-eonimittee
eonimittee Si'b-eonimittee c'm" left thg
clsion no to Ms offic staff. B'it
Sfter they hH vod to ehS"e
nUces. h ord-r" a nei election
which reversed the results.
ly OIWALD JACOIY'
Wrltien ttr HIA tervlse
, Both vulnerable
tenth West Kerth test
1 Pass 1
l ti.T. Pass S A
J Pass 4
A i Pass Pass
Opening lead A
Tik i lrtnlf if th Biuilh km
only.-. You open the bidding with
one clubh and your partner e
snanda nn Vm.
w 1CVIU W
ou. no-trump and, he-jumps t
uiree cmos. wnat oo you do
If .VH hirt hfB nn fmnk
- V uuiliu. c
ecyone will pass, and East am
nesi win run oti six spade tricks
' Ernest Rovere'of San" Francisco
never even considered that three
no-trump., bid,, He knew that he
had no spade stopper and his
nartner'a hi kA nf .i.
. uww sraavTTU VII W
either. Ernie simply bid three
aiamonas to see wnatt would hap happen.
pen. happen. .- V' V;., .v. '.V J
uuver Adams of Ix,, Angeles
This bid could not be read as
lnvtutipn to play diamonds. OlUe
hid ilmritr hiri hairf ,A
ed in clubs; Instead, it gave Er-
ne u uuunnauon ne needed
to jump to six clubs since it clear
ly told him that oilie held only
or.e spaae. ,,
All very eMy when you look a'
both hnrt hut Ihm ...
duplicate and only one other pai-
reacneq me nam.
T M-m usiiiiii i in i
i yu.uth, hold.- v
AAJ! Wi Agfa
ijlrjrj" 'M take;
fm ehaaee sSm tlak mm.
Otor QUESTION i
hi J!!Jrirtft'lr ues with a
' Answer ttmm-m f
. Answer te Previous Puzzle i
jr ; has many
t-.I'I!""1' 1 Created
lis narrow mflrm .
4 Winglike part
It Anoints- --
Floor Show, Dance
To Be Held Sunday
At Balboa USO
n mmm vaMaaci tiic stva iiuw
show is scheduled for tomorrow
at the USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center in Bslboa.
PfC Al Hazan of Fort Amador
is the show headliner and master
of ceremonies. He has arranged
a fast, lively array of talent
which Includes Miss Vena Ben
nett, vocalist; Joe Sabbath and
Miss Sonia Aliponga, dancers;
Pfc Art Perlinger of 4th Gun Bat
talion. guitarist; Luis Tovar and
his Carnival Dancers; and A-2C
Frani Koehllng of Albrook AFB,
Dancing will follow .the Ihow.
All servicemen and their families
as well as residents of the Canal
Zone and Panama are invited to
MT. MIHANA IftU'Tt
OSHIMA, Japan (UPI)-Mt. Mi Mi-hsra
hsra Mi-hsra erupted suddenly today,
spitting fireballs 600 feet in the
air and forcing about 40 moun mountain
tain mountain climbers 'to flee for their
lives. Police said all escaped and
no one was injured.
You never have to wind a Mldol
But' i Mi4a itftftt MMin HmtH fH iMt.il u.i
p M ittft wSiS M )u mi a
Swlis with your MM. Utht wik it. 100
Mrpref. Shck-prucicd. Antl.iMMii,
Ufibrctktbl nwiprin(. TIM worry-fret
tick! ': ;
If Mm 1
' CtawenriiMl i iy
weg WtAYOi YOU tJs2aVt TO wind
. '' "i'fl -li v. Dlstrlbsitor o
' :fT 81K Is COtOK
Removing gooey from, small fry
when, eating in a. restaurant is
simplified fl you suds a wash.
cloth and pack it in a plastic
cosmetic bag and alio it into your
purse before leaving home.
Hang a saner baa from the
cord hook on your vacuum. It's
a handy catch -all for dim too
large for the vacuum to devour
ana the collection is readv for
the rubbish when you've" complet
er your rounus. r-
An old pastry brush makes a
fine tool for cleaning crumbs
from toasters and grills. Discon Discon-neci
neci Discon-neci appliances before cleaning,
Tar, asphalt and blacktop are
menaces to shoes in any new
housing development. If you get
trapped in the goo, first scrape
soles carefully. Then swab oft
with mineral oil.1 TakertoU of tl tl-bow
bow tl-bow grass, finally, scrub soles
with a good, rthick detergent solu solution.
tion. solution. Rinse, And, next time watch
your step. lk
'Circular lavatory links ar ww
in the market. They can be set
in any counter top and feature
one-lever control for water flow.
Wax youf snow shovel, "tow, "tow,-and
and "tow,-and have the handy man sharpen
its edge, Makes shoveling easier
at SHOW won't titla nn nn ilia
Ibladi. T'T r.
ALMOST PLATTINf D
VICKSBURO, Miss. (UPI) -Montle
Bailey, of Brandon, Miss,
was knocked down and run over
by a i-ton packing roller yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, Hi got up and went back to
his construction job after doctors
said they couldn't find anything
wrong with him. i
' It Certify
1 l eioth
if Route (so.)
it iu is
1 A r.rtttA (tier 1 11 txl.l.tlu
1 1 rtercf wun j j Brittle
- it Ooddess of the j( QrtAip 0( ggxJlve
II Paid notices
t If Mut of
10 East (Fr.)
. II Pewter coin ot
i 15 AUo
I 17 Water
. 1 Dtvotee v, ;
!- 40 Canine animal
42 Male, child'
43 Drop of eye
. flUid iVi' :
4S Woody fruit
' weojtfvi'te'.; :
U Look after : 21 Hasnih .;,
IS hihllcst weed ill Mountain pool
-41 Hindu -'
1 44 Bimboollkl -
v body .- 41 Very (IT.)
14 Mariner's 48 Storage crib
oirecuon 4gisina trr.)
t Qreek letter
r-T- n. rr-rT"--(
K7T. :7 t-T
r- r uir;
0 yen knew; Hi lay of
vietorfou Chriition llvinfl?
Ii your Murt filled with
(llBf ( taoOiry?
. NO MATTM
5SWHO YOU ME
CHRIST MAKES LIFE
S- -1' 1
tlUlfAOOII MOM SAUOA U.ITAnOH
wWhwa H. leafcy, Pa
tlto p- Viektn, Ast't Paster
StAOIO OUTttT-MOXO, 1S4 KC
W rtraM CltfUt .
Crucified UltM Cemlnt AtM
tiiten m "Mann in The Morning"
Oilly S:0O S.M. HOXO
lhe End ot aoiu- Search for Friendly Church'
8:20 4 I0140MORN1NO WORSHIP
. "THE COMINQ OF THE MAN OF SIN"
In n series oh Thessalonians it i clear thnt the
Christian has only one protection Main satan, when
that's gone the world, will see uncontrolled evil
sfarnpaiit on .tlve earth. ''; t,.r.
: Children'' ChB,nel.IM lUu Snyder t-h':.
9 130 SUNDAY SCHOOL glasses for all ae)
no wonder thr children like it it's traded; Bible)
centered, consecrated teachers stdeQuate ..facilities;
all combine to make 'Bible-.stndv tleasan.tAdults..Uki
t It toov-aa seen by the larw "tdult? 'attendnc.!
6:30-BAFT(STrTRAlNINQ UNION v
"Learninit by doins;M iff an effective' principle In in-
stniction. Trainins: union thrives on your puttlni: in into
to into practice what you learn from Ood'a word. 6 de department
partment department for all awe.
7 :30 "HOW Q00D MUST ONE BE
TOGO TO HEAVEN?" k
God's standards are higher than man's and can be
attained only-in Christ. ;
Touth choirGospel alnclni8pecial music Baptism
Yj Everyone Welcome NurserltsPfovided v
QUIIN MANDA EXIGE ;
II utitA ; I;,
'S Ave., Mdrt 'iireet
Daily at 7:00 p.rri v
HOG Your Community llelvork
1090 K loo yoles.
COlpON .- 1 .'.
; PANAMA rAMERICAiSi
VAN FILL YOlitt NEEDSl
lATTRpAT, K0VIM2ER JS, 1JSI
TBI PANAMA AMERICA AS INDEPENDENT f)ATlT NIWIPAPEB
r. -. -v
Church of Christ
4ALjOA,' 0451.. Raiboa Road'v'
Sewice Sunday 10 .M JO ilgp) a-Bf
-1 Mi pjn. .v.
CjUSWU At Amfcican Legion Kiti.
Service fcunuay itt.00 UflU
R1V ABAJV. rlouea kg. M JW.H
- Sunday 4 44 Ml .
I ' j '"' ''J'
fcdmund o. !"""" ."!..'
" bdIM luOftUl ......
riMt BATTIM Cllllhi'M
albo Utfeht C z
. W Anton laultvird
-'n hne Ualhflf 1727
WlllUti a SMby. Pmim
sunay' School ;.:;.!!.;.'....
Mornin Wonhip 21S !2
Baptist Training Onioo .. :
EvangelWtW 6rvlc i , . J '30 p m
Pry MMtint, WdJv. 1:0 0n
W MS Btbl fludj Xhur-
Mn' Brmhrhnnd IUM
Mnndiif l ionUiH .., f
1 1HI HAMlST CMiCII
' Mir Avnu 8lr1
MurMI-Hs Cii '
Rtv. WndH C Prkt( rAMi
euims 8itiuo,-fr. ..' i.jlt.iV If 4i 4
lornlw mhl ,... U:0 w
BtDtiM lYainlnil Unjoft.y. Am w
Evwir-'Wftrhi "i.i.Y.t, I4nm
Sn MowiIihiU iJuodaVitiji Iw i.t
Praf Srvn, ,W(lnJy tA0m
G A ft A ftimbMiM.
' UMIMI) ;,.- ,14
Miior Mil HMto
TebrUnry Sttet, Phont:
i 11 :II9 Holinew Meeting .' : .-"
J'60 Sunday School f i -i
1.59 Salvation" Mtfto C
- .... M
PAR AISO, c.as,
Envoy A Mn. t. U' Moselty
11:00 HoIinel Meeting
Sr Captain A Mn. H. Grant
Wth Sireet, Phone 38 743
; 11:00 Hollneta) Meeting ,',
3 :IKI Sunday School it ',
1:30 Salvation Meeting
COIQN TKIPD feTREKT .-'
Sr Uaptain S. Taylor
11:00 H"Hne Meeting ;l
3:00 Sunday Sehoftlv r
7:30 Salvation Meeting ..
R'VHfW CtTY, C.Z.
Envoy J. r.lll
. 3:00 Sunday,' School i
The Rev. car W. fMtw
f Silboa Road at Ian Pablo Street
pastor' phono I-14M
Church office JI23I
.m.-ChUfcli School rreo bua
trvice. Clal for all agoa.
l:0 ajtij-Worihip Service -Church
Timt Story Hou !, Klndorgarten
and Primer Children W dhoreh-Iim
Cradl Boll and Nuraery
:00 p.m.-Pt High rellowihlp.
:80 .m.-:00 p,m- Junior High
'S'oTVw ionlor High rollowahlp.
. Mrgai ite, ;AWvSHt.lftfAi r
Sev Theodore e, Franklin P
Phonoat pfflco. I-JM1 Ra
otliy Sei-vleeal f ';i'""f u'Hv;
11:4.1 a nv chiir(;chopt ilfcMMe
ClaHBdi Nuraery theoutni eMic
Niin for. infant and email ehl!
-W pm. Junior rellowahlp,
1R om Youth Fellowship, ; v
A cranpl'' vhediile of Mixlllary ac
MvtHe andv, official meeting. -.pa a.
tinunred from: aeH 'ly: VetS.y 'ufj.v ;
Rev. Walker M.' Alder'att Paalar
c" P-470- Res 4-130" -
;.' t'W Mi Sunday 3chnol-k, Vt- ".
ID-ill m Morning WorhlpV -Offletali
meennae an week-day atl
.. v .U ijo,
v auu. M .-r
r .-r tf
9lO(l D U
ISTtlMI A W
V tkurtkoi tk mi attk fc) tk Cal IM, tad tko lormlnal cKiot
- aw dtk M rrHin kf W4Mttf MM St tkg Mktt Mf cbiSflM
, ht tk cMit gtainfaf'l thrck flS. j-v -v---'-JI',";-
v Mlnrtrerii knrck crtgrit aal tkaplaini tea ttkat) (nUriai tk
f Panaaip (n1 Col, Rtpuklk f ( g woWonn oil
; tintta imb and vmm at tko rmol) gfwM, lad tWIIig Mlfk -r
I kora, frioiid ad atrangara.
' Al l pHklki ttrvw. TIm Paaamg AmortMit lliti ktlow, by tanml ,'
Satltnt, Mticgi t hpufi f vorfkip M kM rffular getlvHioa.
. Lartiaga ar rartttS irM HtM tt Mutt. OaMmmofiaiu kavlng suit
M two cdnfrigMaiM rk ka 4u "Otkot Ckwrtht tkrvUo
.Apcrtl lifting M totUM HrtrvtMg at Ar Mf patHi Au lares kaiM
it Naval gtatiaai.
nr. aiAava L'Wat H Baibu
Sunday WaMaai 7:00. g:00. 18:00 and
Huiy Day Haaaaat t M. tm, lilt a-a
nd a .on u.ai
Confanloiw: Saturday.' i:M la tit
nd 7:00 to I H Thunday. before
first Friday i 1:00 le S.-00 p.B.
. Atlracuiaua Modal Navena: 140 pa
a Miuwlara ,. -.
Catacbimt claat' aftat tba.lM aua
High School Study Club JO p ax an
. Sunday alaaaaa: tS. 7:10 a l a M
Holy bay aaaaaaa: gdi a m anj 1:00
g.ni . f
ConMaalsna: Saturday 1:39 to W and
i.U tA liOO p.n, Tkuraaay befora Firm
Friday ,liO0rpan, -
Sacred Haari Oavationat O0 pja. a
uatacmaat Clan: a:ia to : p an
mumday. ; j
OtS LAOt V PATJMAupjtda
- Sbnddy Mart !! 1:00 aim.
Hols Oat- Maat at I JO e.ni
ConattoiMit-a:00 to :tt jav on Sat
vatacniam ciaaai uniroay a jv u iv
' J0tKMftabjav i
Sunday Massae at 7 and 1:11 a.aa.
' Holy bat Man at1 0-00 pea.
Wakdav Maaaae -'
Confawiionat Saturday 1:30 u 40 and
Ceiarnlua Claaai Sunday tut to i
e m f
Mirtcuioua Medal Novanai 1M p.
.in Prlday.' 1 1
Convert liuttruetlontt Thunday t:00
:. ST. VINCSNrS Panaaia City L
Sunday Masaeai 41)0 and I SO a.m.
Holy Day Maaan. g:W aS 8 .-00 o.m
III It fall on Saturday tn Maanca are
1 00 and :30 a aa i
Confaniont: Saturday I:M to' t:00 and
1.00 lo 8:00 pm Thuredav before Pirin
rnoay nao p.m
MiraOulou Medtl Novtna and St
Hon of the Crora: friday 7:10 p.m.
Citechium Claaa: After 1:30 man an
Convert Claaa. 0:00 p.m. Tuaaday and
. ST. TrlERKSA'S-taeaB
Sunday Maaa g JO a aL
Holy Day Mam. 0:00 ajn. lit h fall
m, Saturday-.! .30 a m i
Catechism Claa: J:80 ta tM p.n. an
it i i I-
Confanlonat Jl:00 to 1 .10 a.m. Sunday
..ftTIJIlAJtAPTWfc I. SALLk
' f" ipar4utfvta
Sunday Mam 4 3(1 and 1:3b am
Week tav Maaa'. 0 30 Mon ThuM
fl and Bat riral rnday ibaa: 4:00 a m
Holy Day Maaaaa-, 0:00 a.m .to 4:00
Confeaalonai 1 30 to 4:M and taiO u
4.00 p m, on Salurdly
Mlmnilnij Medal Novanai rrtday IM
Cetecnism fclaiw. 3:30 p m on Sunday
d'l rHKKIPS ttoea
Convert Claw: Monday JJ0 p.na
Sunday Maaat 7:00 a.m.
. Holy bay Mas: So p m
Confeamotio Saturday t ao to 7:30 p m
rhumdaybafora PirM Prway :lo pm,.
CaterhIMn Claaa- IS pm on Sunday
SacrmA Heart Novene' 7:00 PM or.
Convert Claaa i 1:30 O.m on Thunday
Sunday Massea. ;t. ouandl:i5a m
Holy Day Ma! It4l and 0:00 ajn
inrt 4 4 o.m
Cotifenslons: Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
:oo to :oo pm
Miracumua Medal Novanai Wedneaday
4 15 and, tM p m j (
Sacred Heart novena. rnaay p.m
Snnrlav Cvenfna Service 7:00 o.m
Convert Cla' 7 HI p.m' on Mondayn
and Thirradava.. ,.,::
Catechism Clan. SuoJay. I0:1 a m to
ll:4o am 1:00 p.m ."to 4:00 p.m.
rirdl 'flilatenflltlnn ftf Mnat Slam
ted' Sajremeni all dayj tteaoaltlon at t:30
M;m Saturday momma v..
Firnt paturaay uevoiione ta our ioy
t raiima Tna hoiv nwarv-:oo a m
Pint Cnmmunion instruction (or chil
dren Monday end Thuoday 4:00 to
Sunday Uihm; 7:00, t-00 and 10 JO a.m.
Hmv'bav Maate! :60 :00 am and,
:1S o.m : -t"
cnnfeanonil Saturday 4 AO to 1:04 and
Miraculoua Mtdai Novanai 'f 210 and!
coo om on Honaav k '
L- Ctrhlsm CaWi After :0"yaa an:
rimt rnaay Bxpoattton an; qarurtngj
Pint Saturday! Mas" at f;0 am
HOLT f AMILV CH11RCM hi Margarita!
Sunday .Manse. 730. OJO. 2l: ah.,
mmWl WP".Sil :o
Saturday TT T:00 p.mt f" :l
MIraculoua Medal Nnv,na
Holy (Day Masse- t'JO a.m.
iConfeadon i:4S p.m. to
, Benediction ;,-,,.,.,,,
avery Wednesday. x
placuaalon Inquiry Group
lt. Friday' Devotion
1st Saturday Devotion ,,
4:4 p m
, St VINCMTS-SalObew
Sunday Mameea- 1:34 am.
and I KM
Holy Day Ma! 40 i n. and I MM
9 m "-j,1
Confentonai 4:00 to 4:00 andvliM U
M p,m, Bamrday, s'-
: Ctochlm Clat 10 4t a m. an tundki
- ConvaH ciaaa-avary Monday at liof
, Mlraeulou Uadol Havana t 16
Sserad HaArl Marraltoi IM i, M
.'::'-'- '--"" '; -.fTr ''.''''"'-'"'.''i.'.vi'
i Mundav Mas- 0:l OM t...i
sHoiy Day Mat 144
ConfaloiM: 0:M to I 00 paa. an gak
.Inlay '4 - .... ,-
Cslerklsm ft- 4-00 ft on Monday
OUR LAftf OP tMMM COUNSEL.
f?v? '-"'.TF;' "i-tlaoiea-.; V''..','
Sunday lluui i.na anil a s Z
,M ta : ataaaa!.- 4 :0o am. and ':M
mw. vvyfi.Hp uvTvuune, i
oapusnia ay appoinuneni
, Mlraeulou Medal Novana rba- a m
oft T.-esday :-. ..-..t..
narreo noan novanai inp .p.ii
imoay senooii a ao pm. on Sunday
neugioua inamiction ciaaa for Coll
-rrn. in n on inuraoay.
neugioua .Instruction for adult Con.
nucieo in onanism i no p.m an Men
crmvaH Intmietiona ay appointmani
GHll RCH.v NOTICES
Tba RL Rao R. Mekat tSeadaa, S.T 0
' fbl Vary Rev, Mainart 4, Feteraoa,
S.T.C Deaa .,
' iftuin. la ''r?V'
THt CATHEDRAL Of ST. Lt'KS
y SUNDAYS ; j
J.N a m. Hoiy communion.
:ll ajn Church School (Holy Coffl
Siunion Ird Sunday I.
4:10 ajn. Santa Communion. Ira pun-
day -- ' :
Eacueia uuminuai : ai
v II o a J Morning Prayer and Set
anon, Holy Communion 1st lunday.
7:00 ,pjp, 5,svning aryiaa., , .,
it JU a at.. Holy Coinmunloaj.
7:00 pro Evening Prayer.
4:d0aM Holy Communion.,
ilil a a Holy Communion.
" DAILY J,
i.U aav Morning Praye.
li:00 Mij-da Missionary Prayer.
Charch at St. Andrew
The Rev William BaWwtn,
Prleal la Ckatg
Holy Communion 7 JO m
family Prayer and
Churoh Sohool IJ0 ajn
I Also Holy Communion tnd.
Morning Prayer ai Sermon 11JW a.m
Sunday ach month.
Holy Communion ......... i:w la
Chapel at The tiood Shepherd
"The Rev Clarence W Hay,
, Prtaal la Charae
g:IHJ a.m. Morning prayer.
(H.C flrt Friday eech Month).
t llanl'l f notch
The Rev. John Soear Prlesl In Charge
Chorai' tuenarurt and Ser-
Church School ...........
gplacopal Young Churchman
venRona and Sermon
7:00 p m
and f HlDAVS f, -. ;
Morning pray ar' ana noiy
Rvknina Praver a
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS ai THURSDAYS
Holy Communion j
Morning Prayer i.u. .(a:ooam
! Evening efr J;00n
tamily Eucharist ......... ; am
Office of Compline .,..,. 4:00 pm
OR 4 'at Jlhurlk
The Rev. John Spear, meat in Charge
Morning Prayer ana tnurcn ;
School ...,........ 0:00 ajn
Confirmation Claa :0 am
Choral Eucharist nd Bar-
Hniv Rabtlsm ...... 12:00 boon
Evensnna and Address .... 7 JO pm
3rd MONDAYS t
rHURSDAYS ar, FEAST DAYS.
Holy Communion M m
, PALO SECO
Chapel of th Holy Comforter
Ven. L, R. Shirley. Prleei tla Charge
1:30 am. MOiy communion.
Church at SI. Margaret
Eapav and Rrato Blvd.
Th. Bam. B-dwrlM ir. Wlhlt.r
7:30 a.m, Holy Communion.
:30 a m. Church School Service.
1.M am. Mnrnln. PrBvr. i HOiV
Communion flrlt Sunday Of
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy communion.
The Re. Allan R, yVantt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Oskom,
a:00 a.ib. cnorai r.ucnrii ai mvrmur
0.30 a.m. Infant Septum. '-
3.00 n Church School
iheio H Rulldlrii 131 1
5:00 p m Youth rellowihlp
7 no m. rMMinne and Addraa.
2nd and 4tb, WEDNSSDAYS .
1 .30 o in woman a nunuary an w
to: Guild Meeting.
l Paol'i Chaieh
The vn. Lemuel R Shtflcv. ReHeV
The Rev. Carltoa O, Morales, Asst.
0:00 a.m. Holy .Communion ......
a-fu. m a..na ASM.ha)pir li Set niort
10:4a a oi Morning Prey and Church
12:00 norr. Holy Baptlern
7-00 ..m Solemn v
lOJESDAYn -. oov -8:30
a m Holy Communion
7:30 om. Evening Prayer, and Sermef!
toi la Holy Conununion
7 :00 u-n.. Evening Prayer
l'HURi.;;AYS AND FRIDAYS
130 m Holy Conununion
00 a.m. Holy Communion.
Christ chukch" ry-thf-sea
Colon, R P.
. (Opposite Hotal Washington)
The Key. Jam peter Parmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry. A, Slake, AMbrtaal
0:o a.m. Holy Communion.
l ..to a.m. Morning Prayar.
:ot a m vnorai sucna
ariat and Seem on
10:30 a.m; Chureh School:-
1M p.m. Solamn tvanaMI
4:00 a m. Holy Communion.
7:40 a.m. Mamlng Prayer.
4:00 pjn. Kveniny Prayer..
:. . rrRDNRSDAY
?:(4 ajn. Holy Communion. 1 -:00
a.m. Morning Prayer. --v
:S p.m. Evenin Prayer and Sermon
- . FRIDAY
100 K m. Morning prayar
00 a.m. Children' Bueharlatt
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayar.
4:00 aitl. Holy Cemmunloaw
7:00 a.m. Momina frayer.,
l:0 P m. ivenmg prayar, --0
a.m. Comnllna land Meditation
MUNUAT, TUESDAT e THUHHUAf
io an a jo ,- .
' RL rkrtdopher'l Ckdrek-
" 10th Street, Perdue Lef evra
- The Rev Clarenre W, Hayea,
i: P?? c'JLiJJ.
The Rev. Clarenre A. CragweR,
- Aa.UI.al .
Sundays .,. ,-:$r.::?
I PO a.m. Holt Communion.
7 '30 am Sung tucherlst and farmon,
10:30 a.m. homing-Prayar and Church
1140 aoon Holy Rptlam.
o:sv am avenaong ana aarmon. :
7 Jo .m 11 and Srd. Roman I Jsuad.
aao ra uniar Daughter mum
' ,' king.
- .ww wwb. .wwm I.HUWmifli
WEDNESDAYS ... .4 vv
4:00 am Holy Communion.
I iW pm Evening Prayar and RaHglou
4:00 pa i
t OO B.m
4:00 pa Girl Friendly Society.' ..
isi ana ara, pingietona.
n a u nun i
4:40 ajn Junior Confirmation Cut
CHURCH OF THS MASARKNt
4. rrangtpanl St, Amtou C.JL
Rev, Elmer O Nebeo, Pasior
Roa 20T Balboa. C.Z Tel 1 101
-Sunday School 4:44 am
......S f :w lot
... 10:44 am
........... 4:40 pm
-we ....... 1:40 p.m
' Youth Service
' Evanaellsti Bervie
Prayer Service. Wed. ,140 p.m
ftunday: 4 am. Panama Wesley.
in:au a m aunaev ocnooi.
., 7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiao
io a.m. faraiso Sunday scnooi
" 7:lS p.m. Paraiao Evangelical
Sundav. Oct, 19th a.m. Rev. Victor
John Wltaon- B.D. T p.m. Mr. A. A.
Monday, Oct. 20th 4:30 p.m. Prepa
ration Clal. Mr, Geo. Mitchell. 7:40
p.m. Prayar meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tueeday. Oct. jut 7:30 p.m. Uirle
League. Mrs. K. Ung.
Friday 7:30 p.m. cnoir practice.
church orlrii mazarenr
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pallet Ralph L. Hyeong
Write: Box 1014 Margarita, C.I,
Sunday School ...... :4Aem.
Morning Wonhip 11:00 a.m
Everting Service ...i...... 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama 8 P 13rd Street Bat
ata k. N Rrswa. Minletat
Divine orahip :I0 a m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Mame 7. 7:45 11:43
Rio Abajat BP.
Moating Thursday at 7 40 o.m. and
LSundav at 4:00 pm Win Memorial
wo ssnibve noan. Daiuo,
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Raiboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 440 ajn,
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 4:00 b.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday 0-00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Samoa 4227 1 "' i,
Building 200. Scboolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday scnooi; sunaey :ao a.m.
Sacrament Meeting! Sunday II 40 a.m.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH,
"A Wsrm Hearted ChRpch"
MUton R. Leldlg, Mlnlater
Phone Re 48-7111 Of. 43-I10I
Sunday School 444 .m
I A claw for vry eg)
. Mornin WorshlD 1) ;0 ajn
tVouth FlloWhln . .sf,, .... 40 .m
Eevenihg Worhlr 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Prated (Wed i 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in proviaea.
OLD CAfHOLIC CHL'HCH
St. Raphael The Archangel -'
13th 8L Wait Na, 1
Hl, uh.rl. Monday ial IM B.m
TAieaday. Wdndav and Vhttrdav
"luwani-nt -of UnetloD IHaallna Par-
vie) Pint Sunday ai aack month a
Maaat Rabbet. CkrittW Ckstrek
w m m
Rt Ray T .I'nas. D. D.
MOrning aevouon ......
4:00 a m
II -no a m
Scout Hall. Rainbow City
Sunday School 4 a.m
Morning Service 10 a m
MnnHnv at 1:30 P.m.
Divine Service ..." 7:30 o.m
Visitors are welcome at all lervices
4. Firt Streei
OrbanliaclOn El Carmen, Panamd City
Informal Talk and Oiieupaton
Thursdays. ............. ... 4:00 pm
Coioa, 4tk at Front Street
(upstairs American Raiaar)
Study Classes...... Thursdtv. f-JO p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St., Paraleo, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba ft Stewart, Pasior
Sunday! 1140 a.m Worship Bervice
4:00 p.m. Sundey School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People. Society
teMtnndav: 140 Mid.weok Christian
Thtiraday; 1:00 oiou. neneanki.
Friday i 140 Woman' Missionary So
THE CHURCH Of GOD
14 St. Parque Lefevre, Rio Aba
A. J. Anvlck Overseer
Rli. C. Week,. Ptor
Sunday Morning Worship 11:30
Sunday School 3:00 p.m,
Sunday Nioht Service 7:30.
Weekly Service. Nighu; Monday
wedneaday ana rnaay.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
14th St. (Monte Oecuro Rd.)
Rio Abalo -Rev.
William J. Johneoa Paator
Sunday School 0:30 a.m.
Morning Worship T040 a.m
Sunday Night Service w,V 7 40 p.m
i THP CHURCH' OF GOIV. ?
1 70? Flghth St Colon s
Mrs. L. Daaaldaan, Pastor -Sunday
Srhool .i..'.. ...... 4:30 a.m
Morning Wonhip 1040 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... .7:30 pin
THE CHURCH OF GOD .'
i New Providence-,. &'
Mn. M. Hinea Paster V
Sunday School .,,,.,,..,,,10:00 4,m
Momina Worshio 11 00 m
Sunday Night Service '.M 440 pjn
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD 1
Cor. Jamaica At Trinidad St.
' Rev. William Mvlngftan, Paster
Sunday School .v.v.-.'. 4:30 a.m
Morning Wonhip ,. 10 30 am
Sunday Night service .... 140 p.m.
i v,i elallatoaa4gj
i fibbl -Hlghla. CX.
x (near DlsMo school)
Re. Crl Tkematoa, Mlnljtat
BOX 3. Dlbl0 Height C.Z.
Phoaes: Hem, nambo 217
Ckavck Ralbaa 4171
Sunday School 10 -00 a.m,
Wonhip Senrlc ,....,.., 11:00 a.m
Youtn servicf t. ...,., 740 p.m,
Wednesdavt Bible Study
and Prayer Servlc ..
140 p an
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Raiboa Read at Wight 4tret
' Rev. Robert F. Guulck, Paste
P.O. Box M, Balbot.
Sunday School, Bible Class I .r,
Divln Servlc 10:11 a.m.
' Holy Communion, tint Sundey at th
AUantl Sid li
,' .V','' '', Sol Chepel -i,
tut. Preaerlrk S. Illlrk, Visa
, Divine Service II a.m.
Holy Communion, last Bund f th
month. . i-'i in
Jowl wlfr Hoard Hid Itt.x i
on Roail Balboa. C.L Rabkl Nathan
Bervt Friday 1 JO bjb. ksturn..
4 am v
IS luting ai .ewlsb services
ini'er Poet Rasas and Station I.
Lontrekalion KOI Shearith larad Ave
lid Cub and Mth Street. Balls vu.
Psnaml City Ber-flres :uo p.m
Chrlitlaa Science Churrhaa
FlrM Church at Christ, Scientist, Ancon
' bov Ancon nouievara
Sunday Services 11:00 a.m. Sunday
School' 4:30 a.m.
Wedneaday' 1:00 p.m.
Readina Room 301 Balboa Road Ouen
Jally except Sunday and holidays from
9:30 lo 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 to t:00 p.m.
saturoay; :ao to ii:ao a.m.
Evening Hour 4:00 to 1:00 p.m. except
Wednesday and Saturdays.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
All church aervlcea will be held in
I be Ground Floor Room of the Masonic
Temple In Cristobal (next door to the
Margarita riorum, entrance is on Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Avenue through the Arcade.
Sunday Bervice 11:00 a.m.
Wedneaday Evening Testimonial Meet
ing 1:00 o'clock.
Sunday scnooi u neia at i.mu a m.
Readln4 Room Hours Monday 2:00
to 4:00 p.m. Wednesday 6:00 to 7:13
You are coraiany invited to tuena
thl services and to use the Reading
Posts and Bases
' PACIKIC SIDk
-' '' Prateaual
ChurCh-time Nursery School .
Sunday School (Building No.
Thursday. Evening Mid-Week
Youth Fellowship Sunday ....
Worship Service. Madden Wye
Worship Service, Rio Hato ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier' Fellowship -Thurs. ..
Officer' Chrlstln Unlon-Thurs.
ALBROOR A1H fOHC'fc BASL
Sunday School .
Adult Rihl CIM (NCO Club)..
Morning Worship 1:30 At
US NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School .
oly Communion First Sunday
I BUI ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning worship ............
(Holy communion First Sunday
Naval. Radio Station. Summit...
Sunday Mae 7:00 A
Confessions. Saturday ,, 4:30 &
. Confessions Sturdy
...7:45 i 4:00
.. 440 440
v Saturday Muse
Sunday Masses ....... 8 00 A-
. Monday Noven Devotions ....
Confession Saturday.. 4:00 Jj
ALBHUOK AIR FORCt BASS
Dally Mae ".,
Saturday Maaa ..............
Sunday Masse 7:45 12:00
Spanish 7 too
Confessions-Saturday . ,
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday Maaa 440
Saturday ., 4. -On
Friday ... 144
ALBROOR AIR FORCE BASE
USO-JWB (Balboa I
Sunday School Bldg. 213 .... 0:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg, 153
Tuesday , 7 :'KI
KYBB Wednesday Post "hapel 4:31.
i Choir Practice Wednesday
vPoit Chapel 740
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship t 10:45
Youth Fellowship. Sunday .... 4:30
Bible Study. Wednesday 7:30
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thurt. 140
O S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Sol
sunaay scnooi i:av
Morning Wonhip 11:00
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
Daily Masa ,,,
aunoay ...t a
Sunday Messes ,io and 9:30
Daily Masa 4:30
Saturday Maaa 11:30
Confession (Sal.); 12:00 and 4:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo 1
Daily Man 440
Saturday Maaa ................. 1:30
aupoay waa ;ou
Sunday Max 11:30
i Greek Ortt.ooox. erviea ar Conduct Conducted
ed Conducted at The Churidi nf. (as amjn.l.llMi
Via Sll,rlo Porra) Rap -Frinelsro de
io -vaieta, rename tny, n.p ana at
ih;: Church "Of, St, Anlhnny, Avenldn
Melendec Colon-, R.p.y on allern(e Bun Bun-call
call Bun-call Ihg Ofllc of U)Army--Chplin.
it 4.30. For further Information.
j Seventh Day
Weekly Services in ill ihurehe
a .... fUwi
. Sabbath School 440 a.m.
Divln Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4:44 PJ.
Bible Study and Pray Servlc
, Paetfl Sid Paotml
Plslor W H. Waller-Tel IIS-I-350
Cabo- Verde. Ave J, F de li Osaa
No. 17 ChorrlllO 45th No St Pua.
bio Nutvo A St. between ird and 4th
St. Ri Abe lltb Ne. 47 Gimboa
ma f rijuiea.
pastor Q,iD. wiinama Tel. a-gso
Paator AT. A. Crliila m Tal. a ml
Spaalah- Churehe plft Bid Ppai4
: Pastor Norberto tluiroi
Panama. Call Derlln No. 4
Pedregal A Nueva Cuerare.
Pastor O. A. Jeffrlee-Tel. I4 424L
Crlstribal FnglUh-llth at Bollver Ave.
Cristobal Branleh-1th aktBollvif Av
0M4 Gavllan Road-Tel. I-U54 ea 14131
To Claim Refunds
From Income Taxes
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The
governors of 48 lUtes have been
urged to claim from the federal
government an estimated 50-mll
lion dollar representing, income
tax refund! due but unpaid to in individual
dividual individual taxpayer.
Joseph A. Schafer, certified
public accountant and former
agent In the Internal Revnue
Service, wrote the governors thil
this money present rejunds
due l1. million taxpiyerg over
the past 10 years.
ine leaerai government is eu eu-titled
titled eu-titled by Uw to onlythe correct
ind actual amount of income .ix
base u- prescribed rates." he
wrote the governors, "ana any
overpayment of federal income
tax is an unnecessary imposition
on the taxpayers,"
"If the claimants cannot be
round to receive their refunds,
then the unpaid overpayments
must rever to the state treas treasuries
uries treasuries under the escheat laws.
Schafer wrote that the refunds
have not been pajd for a number
of reOsons including death, mov moving
ing moving without leaving a forwarding
address, omission of address on
the fax return, giving in errone erroneous
ous erroneous or illegible addrt-., or in incomplete
complete incomplete or unclear name on the
Schafer wrote that as of 1952
the federal government had ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated more than 1,200.000
unpaid refunds of prior years
amounting to more than $37,700, $37,700,-000.
000. $37,700,-000. "After a diligent search less
than 50 thousand of thoe taxpay taxpayers,
ers, taxpayers, were paid about two million
dollars." he wroC. "It is very
doubtful that the remaining 35
million dollars will ever be paid
back to the rightful owners
Since 1952 many more millions of
unnatH refund, have been "t,,JH
to. that list necause me rmniiui
owners cannot be found for one
reason or anothev."
Schafer suggested that each
atate eovernor take "immediati'
action" to recover "any unpaid
income tax refunds due its citi citi-leni'by
leni'by citi-leni'by the federal government."
01 Filibuster Rule
WASHINGTON (UPl)-Sen. Wil
liaui ranger (Kim.UJ yesieruay
it---i a p.ouilai R'titr to ,n sena sena-luis
luis sena-luis aK.ng t.ieiu to main ine
senate s pivsem ulil usler ruies in
me ut-xl session1 01 Congress.
ranger am nis teiusr in oehalf
of tne present itule U was
promt. .d by letters ot lour otuer
senators advocating a change, lie
renrred specilicaliy to Sens. Ja Jacob
cob Jacob K. "Javlts tR-N.Y.), Paul H.
Dougus (U lll.), CllU'oid P. Case
(R-N.J.) and Humbert Humphrey
Ltnger, a senator .inc. 1940,
said tne Senate Is the only for forum
um forum In the world where "free and
untrammeled debate can still be
"If they change the rulj, they
will rue the day," he said.
He quoted the late Sen. Charles
L. McNary (R-Ore.) as saying
"unlimited debate never prevent prevented
ed prevented a good bill from becoming law
but stopped many a ,ad Mil from
He noted that a Sen. Harris of
Tennessee in 1841 opposed efforts
to change the unlimited debate
rule. He quoted Harrises saying
the rule is a guarantee to the
states and individuals of the con constitutional
stitutional constitutional protection i civil lib liberties.
erties. liberties. Langer said his letter was sent
to members kcluding those elect elected
ed elected Nov. 4, and the new Alaska
Senators elected this week.
COMMITTER MBITS PRIDAY
UNITKD NATIONS N.Y. (UPI
Th General Asemblv's mal"
political committee met Fridoy
frr te t. 000th time since the
United Nations opened for busi business
ness business in 1916.
Buy PHOTO for all of your home,
farm orahnp tool iieeils.llic quality
bra ud preferred ly profeutiAnnh.
PANAMA AUTO, S.A.
The revival meetings which
uave been in pr.Ogtess at the First
slhmian Bapust Church since
as, Sunday morning will be
wrought to a close tnis coming
junuay night wiJ) Dr. Parks ot
tie Uniteu States as preacher.
The series given by Dr. C. A.
Uexander has been a great bles-
iing to hundreds of people who
.a me each night.
Dr. Parks whose preaching en engagement
gagement engagement on the latnmua termin-
j.e on Sunday night, when he will
being the closing message in con connection
nection connection With the campaign, will,
return to the United States on
The following are the services
,is;ed for Sunday:
9:45-Sunday School for all ages.
A good knowledge of the Bible is
necessary for right living. The
Sunday School is the Church teach
.rig the Bible.
11:00 a.m. Revival meetine with
Dr. Parks as guest preacher.
b:uo p.m. Training union.
7:00 o.m. Revival meetinif. This
will be the last service In con connection
nection connection with the special cmapaign
which began last Sunday.
Friends and the general public
are invited to share in these serv services.
ices. services. ST. PETtR'S CHURCH
Tomorrow, the first Sunday in
Adven', the ecclesiastical ear,
xegiris. There will be i choril
eucharist at St. Peler'a Church In
La Boca, starting. J0i30 a.m,
The Rev. Cla-ence W. Hayes of
St. Christopher's Church, Rio Aba Aba-jo,
jo, Aba-jo, will officiate as celebrant and
preacher In lieu of the Rev. John
Spear, pries', in charge, who is
away for the weekend.
Male members of the church
are particularly invited lo attend
the celebration in annual observ
ance of Men and Boys Advent
Corporate Communion Sunday.
For the feast of St. Andrew,
8:30 Spanish SUNDAY SCHOOL English 9:30
Let us Invite you to a S.8. that is continuing to erow.
Your family will find that the Word of God is studied
in e.very class.
1 1 :00 "THE BIRTH OF ISAAC"
His birth is a type of the believer in Christ. This beauti beautiful
ful beautiful picture in the O.T. should encourage you to live for
6 :00rJet Cadets and High School
7:00 WHY DID JESUS MARVEL?
Only twice is it recorded that Jesus marvelled. Why?
Come tonight, and hear the answer. Brinp; a friend.
Jpf -:t-m ..j-3;m i4iJ:-
I i fP' y?00 ae iMf honM tvnr
I '"'"r pepufcy prite I
ISmooUr shaving await you-closr, afr ihavoa, tooll tooll-j
j tooll-j Now atart your day with the (deal khavlng combinti0n i 1
7 t now eversharp-schicr INJBCT0B prooiilon racor 1
V 1 rf s ana BBthntie 4CHICK INJSCTOB blsdog. I
By. :j Tour good appearance dpndi on It I I
P.O. Box 1900 Panama
holy communion will be celebrafr
ed in Pedro Miguel at 1:30 Uob
uy muming nv rainer srtear
CHURCH OP CHRIST
The Cristobal Church 6f Christ
will hold a dedication service for -their
new house of worship, at
three o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
The Church recently purchased
this building from the Chrigtiak
Science church in Cristobal, Thf'
building is located at the corne
of Thirteenth and Bolivar Avenu -across
from the bug lot.
The speakers will be Dr. Hal
Haws M. D of Gorsa Hosnlta!
and W. W. Burrow, regular mia-i
ister of the church.
The public is Invited to itte'nS
this service. There will be no CC4
lections taken. J-r
RUMORS DSNIIO "'
MADRID C1TPT1 Aplnr AaM-O,
Sanders yesterday denied repota
."i "u ocuiia nuiiic, W1VWW
of Ronald Cotman. would b mai1
ried in Madrid on Christmas tv. I
Miss Hume was 8cheduled"t4f
rive in Madrid Dcc 5 tj gpen'
the Chri-trijig holldipg wits'
Sanders who is working on th; th;-film.
film. th;-film. "Solomon and 8heb4." ,San-,
ders said no date hat Beeru get -for
the marriage, 'AaFfweddlnfi1
plans may have been altered by,
th death of Tvrone Power on aAj
outonor set of tn? nroduiofc,No
IB. Kxtenslve re-filnf wfll b -necessary.
Every facility of this chiireb
is dedicated to Drovidinp
and youi family thdUgplrRusk'
uiu i.m: M nappy uier j
f AGE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
, SATURDAY; NOVEMBER 29, MSt.-T''
ffings To Try
v; Fir st Ela'ee ; Asaiiist 4MarliOT0
Hunt-Peden One-Two Punch
Gives Team 6-3 Victory
To fie Cerveza Balligli
The Kings get an opportunity to take oyer sole
possession of first place in the Panama Professional
Leagueidnight when they tangle with the Marlboro
Smokers at 7 30 at the Olympic Stadium.
Lefthander Dick Donelly, Yakima, Class B
Northwest League, will open on the mound for the
Kings. His opponent on the hill will be righthander
Jim Hardison, Salt Lake City, Open Classification
- Pacific Coast League.
.The Carta Vieja Marlboro
contest which was rained out
last Sunday and Monday, will be
played tomorrow morning at 10
Last night southpaw Dick
Luebke permitted seven hits,
before being relieved by Stanley
'Arthur in the eighth, to gun
credit for the win as the Kings
save Cerveza Balboa its first
lo of the season in downing
them 6-3 Luebke struck out four
V nd walked one.
-The Kings, and the Beermen
with,, Identical 2-1 won-lost rec records
ords records are deadlocked for first
place in the standings.
The Kings have now won two
. games and In each Arthur has
' c?me in to preserve the victors
for the starting hurler. In hw
.latest appearance, the .small
Righthander, who de initely
manager Les Peden s No 1
i fireman, retired the six batters
who faced him in order.
Losing pitcher Pete Mesa, a
righthander, started for the los losers
ers losers and lasted, two and two two-third
third two-third innings, while giving up
four runs, five hits, four bases
on balls and strikine out four.
Justo Hudson followed him to
Peden's double with Piunpsie
Green, who had hit a two-bag-cer,
and Gail Henley, who walk walked
ed walked on base, put the Kings out
In 'front 2-0 in the first inning.
. Ken Hunt, who along with Pe Peden
den Peden shape up as the loop's most
awesome one-two winch, dou doubled
bled doubled to lead off the third and
Le promptly singled him home.
Peden himself crossed the
plate in the same frame to make
the count 4-0 on Carlos Heron's
two-base blow to center.
In the bottom of the fourth
Clyde Parris blasted a Luebke
pitch over the fence in center center-field
field center-field with Barry Shetrone, who
had singled, ahead of him and
It was a 4-2 ball game.
Hudson's, throwing error on
Hunt's sharp grounder to the
rieht of the mound and Gran Granville'
ville' Granville' Gladstone's double in the
fifth, provided the fifth marker.
And the score was 6-2 in the
sixth when Green walked, reach
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ed second and third on consecu
tive passed balls and crossed the
plate on Nat peepies' error. (
Things looked bad for the
winners in the seventh. Lueb Luebke,
ke, Luebke, who began to tire, gay,e up
a leadoff roundtripper over the,
leftfield fence to Relnaldo
Grenald making the score S-3.
van nsorio batting for Dave
Roberts doubled to right and
Arthur began throwing hard in
Hudson lined a. .single off
Luebke's glove and the danger dangerous
ous dangerous Shetrone came to the plate
t.n smash a wicked liner with
basehit written all over it, to
But firstbaseman Ellas Osorio
made a sDectacular grab of
Shetrone's drive and threw to
second to retire his surprised
brother Pepe, who had been on
his way to third and failed to
get back in time.
Dick forced Clarence Mooie to
eround out tn second and that
was the last of the Beermen's
Anselmo Correa, who took over
for Hudson in the sixth, per performed
formed performed a praiseworthy feat by
striKing out reaen in tne sixm
and makini? the slusrelnor catch
er ground into a doubleplay in
Cerveza Balboa catcher Jesse
Gonder, the batting hero in
the game which bis team beat
beat Marlboro 8-2 the night
before, looked anything but a
hero last night.
The backstop went hitless in
four trips and was charged with
two passed balls.
WINS BERWICK MARATHON
BERWICK, Pa. (UPD Robert
Carmen of Pittsburgh pulled
away from Browning Ross of
Camden, N.J., in the final mile
to win the 49th annual Berwick
Marathcf Thursday. Bob Seaman,
former UCLA star, was third,
Jack Barry of Philadelphia fin
ished fourth and Johnny Kelley,
former Olympic runner from Bos
ton, wound up fifth'.
MAHJOme. . Cttryom
toM Iff stout o-
but th wu fAM
Jacques Sernag in
WW INTO HEW
Green, ss .
Henley, cf .
Gsorio, E., lb
Ab R H Po A
4 2 1 3 0
3 10 0
3 O 0 14
5 2 2 1
Peden, c 5 1 2 4
Gladstone, rf 4 0 1 4
Friend, 2b .... 4 0 0 0
Heron, 3b .... 2 0 1 1
Luebke. d .... 3 0 0 0
Arthur, p .0 0 0 0 8
Shetrone, cf .
Moore, ss . .
Lopez, 2b ...
parrls, 3b ...
33 6 7 27 12
Gonder, c .
Peepies, rf .
Grenald, If .
Roberts, lb. .
Osorio, P., lb .
Mesa, p . .
Hudson, p .
Charles . .
Correa p .
3.4 3 7 27 10
Charles grounded out for Hud Hudson
son Hudson in 5th.
Score Bv Innings
Kings 202 0110006 7 1
C. Balbor 002 00011003 7 3
SUMMARY Errors: Heron,
Hudson. Moore. Runs batted in:
peden 3. Heron 2, Parris 2, E.
Osorio, Grenald Earned runs:
Cerveza Balboa 3, Kings 4. Two
hase hits: Peden, Green. Hunt,
Tisrnn rcladstone. Parris. P.
Osorio. Home runs j Parris Gte-i
nald. Doubleplays: E. osorio.
Oreen: Correa. Lonez. P. Osorio.
stacHfice hit- E Osorio 2. Lueb Luebke.
ke. Luebke. Wild Ditch: Mesa 2, Correa.
Passed ball: Gonder 2. Struck
out bv: Mesa. 4. Martinez 2.
Luebke 4. Arthur 1. Correa 3.
Base on balls off- Mesa 4,'Lueb 4,'Lueb-ke
ke 4,'Lueb-ke 1, Correa 2. Left on base:
Kinrs 9, Cerveza Balboa 5.
Pitchers record: Mesa runs. 5
hits In 2 13 innines: Hudson 1
run. 1 hit in 2 23 Innings; Lueb Lueb-irp
irp Lueb-irp 3 runs 7 hits in 7 innings.
Winning pitcher: Luebke (1-0).
umpires: Comgan. Hiizm"er,
Thornton. Attendance: 5,156.
Time of game: 3:02.
SIGNS REDBIRD PACT
ST. LOUIS (UPD Hank Kuhl Kuhl-mann.
mann. Kuhl-mann. a rangy catcher from the
University of Missouri, signed a
$30,000 contract Thursday with
the St. Louis Cardinals. He was
assigned to Rochester of the In International
ternational International League.
SELECT TOMMY MONT
MONTGOMERY. Ala. (UPI)-
Tommy Mont of Maryland has
been selected as a replacement
for Floyd Schwartzwalder of Sy Syracuse
racuse Syracuse on the North coaching
staff for the annual Blue-Gray
football game here Dec. 27.
Schwartzwalder was forced to
withdraw when Syracuse accep
ted a bid to play Oklahoma in
the Orange Bowl.
RIDES THREE WINNERS
NEW YORK (UPI)-Bobby Us-
sery stole the show at the Ja Jamaica
maica Jamaica Race Track Thursday
when he'rode three .winners on
the holiday program. His win winners
ners winners were French Bleu ($14.30),
Moony ($28.20) and Warriors
I TO DA Y ENCANTO 35 20!
Gregory Peck in,
in Cinemascope Color!
Gene Raymond in
Service Center Theatres
T O D AY
BALBOA Air Conditioned
1:30 3:50 6:10 8:30
in Cinemascope St Color!
COCO SOLO 7:00
Jerry Lewis David Wayne
"THE SAD SACK"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Tom Ewell. Mickey Robney
"A NICE LITTLE BANK"
(That Should Be Robbed)
(Dana Andrews, Linda Darnell
in Vista Vision
MARGARITA v 7:00
Carl Mohner )
"THE CAMP ON
"THE TRESPASSER" and
Alan Ladd In
"THE DEEP SIX"
CAMP BIERD 5:30 & 9:00
"The" Gay Crooners Show"
"BIRTH OF THE ROCK"
AU Seate ... 35c.
And fen the Bcreen
.I'MR. ROCK AND ROLL"
DANGEROUS BUSINESS (1) Number 55, driven by Jim Massey, collides with the guard
rail durtag a 150-mile Nascar Sweepstakes in Atlanta, G. (2) The car starts smoking as it
turns over on its 'side. '(3) The chariot turns over on its top as 56, (4); Bill Morton at the
wheel flips into the air after swerving to miss 55. (5) Number 56 starts the first of four Bomer-
saults' (6) An alert photographer rushes to pull Morton out as his mount settles qn ita top. ;
Massey escaped uninjured. Morton 'was reported in a critical condition in a -hospitaL
Constantino Tops De fieri
In Firemen's Corps
By VICTOR M. CAREW
Pete Mesa, burly righthander
for the Cerveza Balboa club, was
a big disappointment to the fans
in his debut last night against
the Kings. Pete was charged
with the 6 to 3 loss after being
slapped around for' five hits,
good for four runs, over the two
and two-third innings that he
worked. His control was poor
and he looked like everything
but a pitcher from the Pacific
It was evident from the very
outset that Mesa didn't have it.
Although .he is known to possess
an elaborate repertoire, the big
fellow Was throwing a tame fast
ball whenever he got behind the
Fans were wondering why
manager Leon Kellman went a-
long so far with Mesa. Two of
his recently arrived pitchers, Pat
Scantlebury and Chuck Page,
are still working themselves In
to condition, and Winston Brown
has been sick wtih the flu lor
the past few days.
This left George Maranda who
worked the night before and was
not available, and Justo Hudson
and Anselmo Correa, two 'very
promising but young huHers.
However, when he did yank Me Mesa,
sa, Mesa, both Hudson and Cofrea per
formed very creditably over the
remaining six and one-third in
nings of the game.
From the outcome last night
it is believed that Kellman will
resort to some new strategy in
the future. Nat Peepies. Brewer
outfielder, seems so bent on
swinging for the fence that he
is hurting his club a great deal
by not delivering the singles ttnH
doubles that are expected of
Ben Martin Gets
Plus Pav Raise
AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo.
(UPD Ben Martin, on tthe verge
of an undefeated season in his
first year as head football coach
at the Air Fore Academy, had a
new five-year contract apd" a pay
The Falcons, if they defeat Colo Colorado
rado Colorado University today, will
finish their first major competi
tion year' with only a tie with
Iowa to mar their record, and be
in line for a bowl hid.
C API T OLIO
35c. i tOc.
THE JOKER IS
with Frank Sinatra
. with Cbrnel Wilde
. ,.i t, .. -..IT
" lirr III Mill II i
Jesse Gonder's work behind
the plate was far from from im impressive.
pressive. impressive. He just couldn't seem
to hold the ball. Clarence Moore,
Brewer shortstop, and Peepies
were guilty of errors that were
too simple to condone. Neither
of these two players, so far, has
shown ahy steadiness in their
To date John Anderson of Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja and Mesa are the pitch pitchers
ers pitchers that have looked the worst
in their initial efforts. Anderson
lost form after two innings and
Mesa just didn't .show any. Inci
dentally, it is against these- two
that Les Peden has looked. ,so
good. Against Winston Brown he
was limited to one harmless
The announcements made over
the public address system in the
stadium are not heard by most
of the fans in the grandstand.
The league should check this,
Today, we limit ourselves to :
stating that the umpiring, nar-
ucuiariy at home plate, seems
to be of Class c standard oper operating
ating operating in an AA League.
Tops Small College
NEW YORK (UPI) Mississip
pi Southern today topped the Uni United
ted United Press International small col college
lege college football ratings for the 10th
The Board of Coaches which
rates the nation's small colleges
for UPI gave--coach Thad (Pie)
Vann's Mississippi Southern club
32 first-place votes and a total or
366 points. ;j
The ballots were based ; on
games played through last' Satur Saturday
day Saturday and did not include Thurs
day s clash between Mississippi
Southern and seventh ranked
Chattanooga. After this- weekend's
games, the coaches will cast their
final 1958 ballots and select a na
tional small, collge champion.
Miami of Ohio, with one first-
place vote and 226 points, was
runnerup for the third straight
week. Miami played Cincinnati, a
major school, Thursday.
Northeastern (Okla.) was third
was a first-place vote and 173
points. v East Texas State was
fourth with a vote for first and
159 points. Arizona State College
was fifth with two tirst-piace
votes and 149 points.
Montana State College was
sixth with 145 points, Chattanooga
seventh with 137 and Wheaton
(111.), eighth with one first-place
vote and 104 points. Bufalo
(N.Y.),.' with a first-place vote,
and St. Benedict's (Kan.) tied lor
10th with 89 points each.
Middle Tennessee State headed
the second 10 group with a first first-place
place first-place vote and 62 points. Califor California
nia California Poty'a'tSan Luis Obispo, Con Connecticut,
necticut, Connecticut, Bowling Green '(Ohio),
Gustavus-Adolphus (Minn.), Kear Kearney
ney Kearney (Neb.), West Chester (Pa.')
Teachers Memphis State, Sewa-nee-
(Tenn.) and Wittenberg
(Ohio) rounded out the top 20.
T I V Oil
35c. i i i ri m ,. 20c.
with -Robert (Keith
with; Phil Carey ,?! 1
i5c. m, ,-,,;;
LAW TS. BILLY
Stretch burning Constantino
came from fat back to score a
half-length victory, over De Dependable
pendable Dependable in the $3,000 added one
mile and one-quarter Firemen's
Corps Classic yesterday after-
i noon at the President Remon
The four-year-old bay son of
Ref ucilo-Santa Sofia was a trail trailer
er trailer until three furlongs out where
he burst into third, place but did
not really hit his best stride un until
til until straightened out in the home homestretch.
stretch. homestretch. With only one furlong
left, Dependable led by two
lengths with Critico second an another
other another length in front of Cons Constantino.
tantino. Constantino. But the deformed Arf
gentina colt laid "back his ears
and fairly flew down the final
sixteenth to score by a half-
Dependable wound up a full
ten lengths ahead of third place
finisher Crltir.a Mtehtrtna Wa
dir and "playboy -trailed in' that
Constantino, owned by the Co.
cocha Stable and trained by Ar
turo Phillips, turned the ten fur furlongs
longs furlongs in a creditable 2 or ls
over a, somewhat slowed down
track. He returned J3.60 to win
and $2.60 to place. Jose Ulloa
gave Constantino an impeccable 1
Braulia Baeza with three clean
wins and a dead-heat in the
nightcan led the riders as usual.
The dead-heat occurred in the
eleventh race when Frijolito
came up again after he had ap apparently
parently apparently been beaten to gain the
tie with Eneanoso which was
ridden by Baeza. Amado Credl-
dio rode Frijolito.
Jose Talavera and apprentice
rider. Rolando Cruz scored twrf
victories each to be the runners runners-up
up runners-up in the saddle department.
Mayrita's $17.20 win odds were
the day's best straight payoff.
1 Mouche $3.40, $2.80
2 Mar Bravo $4.40
1 La Desiree S4.60, $3
2 Mauricio $4.20
First Double: S7.60
x THIRD RACE
1 Silver Girl $3.60, $8.40
2 Rock 'N' Roll $4.20
1 Mayrita $17.20, $3.60
2 Victoria S2.20
1 Black Bee $9.80, $4.80
2 ffapa $11.40
1 Trirrem $5 60, $3.20
2 Apache $4.40 :
1 Double i)m $7.80, $4.80 v
2 Amah $4.80
Second Double: $36.60
1 Cheyenne $5.60, $2.20
2 SanHllan (excluded from "btt "btt-tinr)
tinr) "btt-tinr) 3 Coltro $2.20
t Michaux $2.80, $2.40
2 Horacio $.V2(t ,'
1 Constantlno $3.60, $2.60
2- rpepnitflrl $2.80 ?
i F.I.EVFNTF FACE
1-Frilolito S3.9A $3 40
1 Vnlnpso $2.60, $2.40
:' MR! ROBERTS
with Henry Fonda
1 i -. Alsoj..,:..,;.'.'
with Alan Ladd
and Marlsa Pavan
v Editors' CONRADO
PANAMA' PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE 7
Teams CB M K CV W -1 -" Pet
Cerveza Balboa x 1 1 0 2 1 6
Kms 1 x O 1 2 1 '667
Marlboro.... .,,0 0 x 1 ,1 A soV
Carta Vieja ..,.0 0 0 x 0 ..2 .000
Totals 1 1 2 6 6 '
. ; : TONIGHT'S GAME,; I :,
At Olympic Stadium:' Kings (Donnelly) v,
' j; Came tirrie; : 7:30
.. TOMORROW'S GAME'
At Olympic Stadium :,;Carta Vieja vs. Marlboro
Game timer 10 a.m:
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium:' Kings '6, jCerveza Balboa 3
TAXCO, Mexico (IUPI)- Medi Medical
cal Medical authorities in the'United States
may be confused today at the sta status
tus status of Sam Snead's ailing back but
now it Can be told what happened
to the slammer from the West Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia hills. r, .. i
Sam is a Voodoo victim.
T. 1U J. ... T i
irj. i occiiis mai uuiiug me inter
national rropny goit matches,
Snead wasn't exactly whaj you
might call the most cooperative
man on the premises. At one point
when a Mexican newspaperman
approachr,1 andrasked: him wheth whether
er whether he was Sarn Snead he, curtly
replied "no" and turned and walk'
ed away. :
v i x
But he monkeyed with the wrong
customers when he told off ( two
rhotoKraphers from Torreon.Which
is in the canyon and desert conn
try of northern Mexico. They
didn't take it sitting down.
Talk of Mtxico
The s'.ory of their reaction-and-action
was related to me by Sen Sen-or
or Sen-or AntDnio Castillo at his pictures picturesque
que picturesque hotel Los Arcos in this mount mountainside
ainside mountainside silver town, where even
the goats have to wear rubber sol soled
ed soled shoes. It is a tale which is cur currently
rently currently the talk of Mexico.
"Those two photographers were
Tarahumara Indians," explained
the ever smiling Senor Castillo.
''Now, you must understand- that;
these are a very-, primitive? pee-s
pie still in a 'country which isr as
it has been for a thousand years.
"They are a very proud people,
for all of that,',' he added, "apd
make very strong medicine Called
perote out of a special kind of
cactus. It -is a stimulant, and
makes Ihem very strong."
Senor Castillo looked VP at a
large red and green parrot bask basking
ing basking in the sun. at the top of a Ja Ja-caranda
caranda Ja-caranda tree in the patio of his
hotel and smiled again.
": Malt Littla Doll ;; :; ;
"The two men Snead what you,
say, 'told off,'- for .taking pictures
during a practice if ound were tof
these very proud Tarabumaras''-
' i v 1 1,
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A Gay Crooners production I
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he continued. "So that night,
while having their dinner and pos pos-sibly
sibly pos-sibly a litUe bit of the perote; or
"i jif someimng iiKe te
yuui "ey maae up a little
Sepor Castillo laughed ; hUgel
Ilkti thp nrrtk M-BrCnafari t V
na-saiov-i nw bdds Hescfibini
Slammin"Sam's Tyrolean chapeau i!77v
in quick, graphic gestures,'
J'And then." he saidwitR ""
chuckle, "they stuck pins 4 in it."
You can laugh and shrug off
this story if you will. But suffice'
it to say that two days later Snead
had torwilidraw from the Canada
Cup championship with pains in
his 'back;-. J : ':$:;
"It feels," 'Sard moahetf, "just
like somebody1 was stabbin' me in
the hack.' --t ':- ;M Vi
Down here they know somebody
To Buy Pirates'
PITTSBURGH (UPI) .'- The
University of Pittsburgh wfll; bity
historic Forbes Field, home of tlia
Pittsburgh Pirates since 1909, for
about 2 million dollar, Pitt Chan Chancellor
cellor Chancellor Edward H. Litchfield aa aa-sounced
sounced aa-sounced Friday-
In describing the iraiftc?s'!
"virtuaUy, completed,' Litchfield"
said the university would lease tlu
field back t& Uie. iPiritei fOritn
next five years,- or until a ,municl; t ..
i. Z0IWlJWy1 forsajtjja,;
uaiipart us: DTO" given oy I at
boardiflif trustees is "expectetft
er-pf tneF,iratesfiand- theFotbeiii
Field tCoownet M mumi-tr
cFormt ,JiBprsvl of tte'VPitt
JFprbei Fields wUh. A, seating
poity, f shghUxor' than ;34,04Eii.
second oldest Darlc. u i in.
I ated..i tt.lhfi' heart W-tiie?c!&y,i
civc center, tne uakland .district,
only a stone's throw from Pitt' ."i
Cathedral Learning. i K '..
riraie spoKesman -said the team
would remahi in Pittsburgh. JjJ
"Plans f ell-' fori the -lul v,to re j
...wux uwc, tic; Bill,- ,, uu It IB.-x-.rKUMtf
nopea w wm ne. usmg-t t mumci
not cfBAi;,,. )n Ull.k,,..!. ...Uk: -.
!'" atHuiuiu 1U L 1 l.tUUi W1UIIU
tpe next five 'yttxti;:.-.--':,ftPyKy-.Until
thi season; the- Pittsburgh
Steelerl of the National Footoall
League "had rented '.Forbes Field
for its home ''games 't ne steeiti&
now play in4 the eprtwling ,Pitt
'iitchfielj said Ptt would; use'
r oroes r lew, sie oi tne 1959 All ;
SUf garhe,;;i!'or athletic'i, torn. V
mural and varsity snorts, -when It
is ,not in use by Mhe, Pirates, i
iVI'Under suctt an tarrangeme Y,Z
ne taidg c the Piratei' would con
tinu to use the fielo; ana iK-H v ; .,,
versitv would. hn asMired: that fha
property Itself, ultimately woula .Je i
available tos im for etfsenyal earn, k V
pus devefopmeftt:,Wv;' ".:..(.',,( ,'t
The land deal involve tt adre. -si
Plans call for- H to be used for
Six -new professional schools... Jha VV
irinsaction,; will i be simply ons -tsf
muio tirp towftru- fmo orueriy.. rev
aiizauon oi me university's reae .'
velopment plan. Litchfield ssll ;
vi i 1
: Mi l
ATtKDJT, NOYEMBUR t9f 1951
TRS rAIAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPJOTENT DAILY KIWSPAPEm
-,v- aaaW "- J,j'--iv
To Win Home Football GamesA
1 L : : : l
Division Leaders To Play
By JDE' SARCIJ,
-The Baltimore ColU and Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Browns National Football
: Tn rilvUinn::T- lMrfers. iareback Lennr Moore -and a -rugged
heavy choices U w'n home gamesdefeAstve unit will -lead theColts
Sunday agaihsf Disorganized andiagainst the Forty-Niners before,,
crippled rivals. jsllout crowd of 57,557, Unitas,
BalUmore, leading the runrup, sidelined for two weeks with
Chicago Bears (6-3) by : two cracked ribs, returned to acliofl
games in the Western Divsion,Jajagsinst. the Rams last; week and
a 13W point favorite' to clinch at, threw two touchdown passes to
11 least tie for that crown by whiD-i bring his ;, season total ; to. 14.
ping the San Francisco rorty-
Ninerii rnarh Frankia Albert's
Forty-Nineri (4-5) lost to the De
troit Lions in 1 playoff for the
Western title last :y ear but never
got untrcked this season. ,-r
. Each of the 12 clubs will have
two more-games after Sunday's
action. The Colts (8-1) cn clinch
the Western title outright if the
Steelers (5-4) help them take a,
1 three-game lead by upsetting -Vxe
Bears at Pittsburgh. The' Bears
are 34 point favorites but Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh is hot and has swept its
last four games. '-
Browne Big Favorite
; .: .?.'. i,f.s.-.?- ri.lii-x i
1 Cleveland, a game ahead of the
New York Giants (6-3) in the
Eastern race; is a 13' point fa favorite
vorite favorite to defeat the crippled
Washington Redskins (3-6). The
Redskins have been ;hmpered all
season by injuries and "several,
' Including quarterback Eddie Le Le-baron.
baron. Le-baron. were hurt in last Sunday's
SO-0 loss to New York. The Giants
ar nine-point choicest fof -theifi
home game with the Philadelphia
Eagles (2-6-1). '
, In Sunday's other game, the
Los Ancrelea. Rama (5-4 Kara sev
en-point favorites to defeat" the.
Cardinals (2-6-1) at ChicagOvvThe
Lions (4-5-1) and i Green Bay
Field & Stream
Tie Dog Downj Net Up
By JOE STETSON
, Dog Editor
YOU. can't be too careful when
you tie down, a dog.
Not many 1-years ago' a well well-known
known well-known Great Dane breeder .tied
her Dane to the foot of the, bed in
, her, .hotel room and returned to
find him hanging" out e window
A few years back, a. valuable
field trial winner wa left in a
fenced-in enclosure gn,,j long line:
: left long W give the dog as. much
enough to enable himto reach the
'fence at its nearest point, but- not
long enough to reach the ground,
en the-other side 'when he man:
aged ta, climb the fence,-:'.??"'.i
Not' wishing to, leave an un-ent-red
dog in a car with the wind
ws closed., a dog show exhibitor
left the windows open and tied
the dog to the steering, wheel i
need not fill you in on the result
-1 have never witnessed the ae
tual hanging of a dog, but do not
believe the neck is broken in most
instances. How, then, do .they
1 eome to their bitter end? Un
doubtedly by ia combinatioii ,pf
strangulation and-or' death : -from
exhaustion: or heart failure Id' the
struggle to obtain relief from
their oredicament. M
It behooves everyontj whenevet
s dog is being. listened, to' make
cerUin that the ; dog cannot, by
the greatest stretch of the Imag
' ination, find .itself suspended., b
the :lead alonej V ?"4, ( .:.' -fi
A doe should be tied down rath
. er than tied up. When a dog- is tied
to something higher than his
length from the ijoor or ground,,
he may somehow get' himself en
tang'ed 'and hung. If there. ,is- a
: window : involved, be sure he is
fastened to something immovable
short of the window. t r t
Tie to the floor of a car rather
than something closer to the win win-dow
dow win-dow and with a short lead.
SOON Bella Vista
D MUIR LTD
Packers, (1-1-1) are idle after
piaying inursaiy wun4' veiruii
wwning,V24-14. v i
Quarterback Jobn unitas.'nait
tin runs and 6 on passes. The
Forty-Niners also will hdve to
try to cover "Unitas' other .key
target, T Raymond Berry. He ; has.
caught; seven touchdown passes.
Must Stop Van Brocklin
The Redskins gave Cleveland
(7-2 a i stiff tussle at Washington
two weeks ago. The score was
deadlocked when- the Browns
scored 10 points in the last three
minutes to win, i0-10. Jim Brown,
Cleveland fullback, scored twice
and boosted his rushing yardage
to n all-time season high in that
gained .'JiiAVnbw" has 1,229 ards
and needs .,two touchdowns to
break Steve Van Buren's season
New York must atop the
league's; 1 busiest passer and one
of its best throwers Norm Van
Brocklin. Van Brocklin, who has
thrown 308 passes and completed
164 for 2,010 yards -so far this
season, beat the GianU with his
wav '-at- Philadelphia early in
the" season. He gave-the Cleve
land .defense, fits last Sunday
wnue nis warn JDowea, 24-14.
The Bears also face .one of the
'league's best and -most exneri-
encea passers in Bobby Layne of
tne steeiers. coacn Buddy Parker
says his Steelers now are capable
of handling any team in the Eastf
em race except the Browns. They
nav proved it Dy whipping the
Redskins, Eagles, Giants and
Cardinals in their last four starts.
Tops In Fielding
jit IL For 1958
MONTREAL. Nov. 28 f IIPIV
the, Miami Marlins wer award.
ed the International Lea cue' Wn
iribbon for fielding today and cer-
imeo as tne JNo- defensivr team
in, thfr circuit this yeair -even
though they wound up fifth in the
standings. .. : .-....
Miami led the leaeue with a .979
fielding mark, two points better
man tne .vt i percentage posted by
the .runherup Toronto Maple
Leafs, according to official, aver averages
ages averages released at league headquart headquarters
ers headquarters here.
The Marlins had three individual
fielding leaders in first baseman
Frank Herrera, third baseman
Forrest Smith and shotstop Bob Bobby
by Bobby Micelotta. Herrera paced all
first basemen with a .996 -figure:
Smith was best at third base with
.982 and Micelotta's '959 mark
of all the outfielders. .992.
'Ray Noble of Buffalo led the
catchers with .996 and Rudy Mi Mi-narcin
narcin Mi-narcin of Toronto paced the pitch pitchers
ers pitchers .with his 1.000 average on 47
NAME JACKSON MANAGER
MILWAUKEE, Wis. Nov. 28 -(UPI)
Travis 1 Jackson, former
New York Giant v shortstop, has
been named to manage the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves' Eau Claire, Wis
farm club in the Class C Northern-
XjPmbwp. He reniapeii !- Rnrrlnn
Maltzberger, former Chicago White
BEAU CONTINUED COM I BACK
HOLYOKE, Mass. (UPI)- Mid
dleweight Jimmy Beau of New
Canaan, Conn, continues his come comeback
back comeback when he- meets Milton' Ebbs
of Newark'N-J., 1 -next Tuesday
nignt,. beau was recently dischare
ed IromeirFowe.. afters
I three" and one
ne nau year nitcn.
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4 To"; some,: the' proposed open
draft is pie-in the sky stuff, a
warmed-ove"- baseball version of
the discedited.f Townsend Plan; to
others it represents a bold, ret
sourceful sep in the direction ,of
sanity and solvency. ? .: fc K,(vi
These- two snarpiy contucunf e
deologies crash head on at the an-
nual basebaU meetings in washv
ington next,week, promosing' .to
led significance' and suspense to
what is generally and intermina
we exercise -in, no num. rnewrc.
And unlike, past, proposals of
similar impart.' this one does-not
aonear to have been given the
smoke-filled room, or Last Hurrah
treatment Even in the best in informed.
formed. informed. land imosf intluential.
. .baseball tircles; there Vi admit,
ted douhf as to itt fate:- .,
Open draft would mean Just
that. All legalistic restrictions
would be off. A major league club
would have a chance to draft a
ny player from any minor league
ciuo ,at tne end 01 one season s
Let's' take Mickey Mantle as an
illustration. As .a Yankee discove
ry, he played his first year in the
brambles with Independence, Mo.
He'-waa only 18 and patently un un-ripe,
ripe, un-ripe, for the big time, so the Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, next season, moved him to
, Under open draft they would
have had to bring him up from
Independence before the drawing
started, or lose him. along with
their original cash Investment. .
which, by bonus standards, hap
pened to be trifling. Instead of de developing
veloping developing in the farms, it would
have had to be catch-as-catch-can
with the varsity.
The new draft deal would mean
the end of the farm system from
which baseball's finest teams of
the last generation came. In its
place, we would have what
George Weiss, general manager of
the Yamcees, morosely cans tne
"grab bag system," equally serv
ing incompetents and competents
There 1 would no longer be need
of scoutin staffs and-the shor
seasonj -league' spwSsored; by th4
majors to introduce tuzr cneeKs
to competitive baseball, would be
rendered pointless. And the bonus
player would be one witn Nineveh
and Tyrus Raymond Cobb...which
might be a good thine -at that.
granted Nineveh, and, Tyrus didn't
UUJCtl. ; ):!' .','-7!.
TH usual "reliable source"
tips us off that Oregon State's
Tommy Prothro is beaded back to
his alma matev .Duke, ; as head
coach ... one factor bringing him
Prothro, the o'd Phillies', manag manag-South:
South: manag-South: the health of his dad, Doc
er ... and from the Blue .Devil
point of view, a dismal drop in at attendance,
tendance, attendance, r-
Harry Gotkin, the Brooklyhite
who ships basketball players to
North Carolina, did Big Jim "Ta "Ta-tum
tum "Ta-tum a favor, too ... when he also
sent Al Go'dstetn and end of All All-America
America All-America dimensions ..
But for a quirk In the weather,
Elgin Baylor, the, franchise saving
rookie Of the Minneapolis Lakers,
might be" a pogo-cat$ing football
pro like his old teammate, R. C C-Owen
Owen C-Owen j. Elein first: showed uo
on the Col'ege of Idaho campus
In mnililnM U UninAil tWil Hail
he reported and the coach utook
the boys inside to get i little1 ex exercise
ercise exercise on the haedwood ?.i Elgin
looked so good spinning the round
ball they wouldn't, let him put on
nads : again.;, --ii'f'' iH t;'-.',
Football scouts not enamored of
Iowa's Randy Duncan;, as a 'pro
prospect ...they doubt his "ability
to throw the. long ball... ,r,
- Baltimore guard rArt ; Spinney
was giving tackle Rosey Grier of
New York a tough time..with Rot
ey finally grumbling at the re referee
feree referee to "Watch i that man. he's
bo ding me." ... so when the ref
adjusted his bifocal! on ; Spinney
on 'he next play, Art put ;; his
shoulder to the 280-pound Rosy and
jolted him a full four yards: back
and into the air ... then -turned
sweetly and" asked, -"How f was
that?",.. '":M-tt;x,?i; :
- In Chicago we found a notice
able lack of enthusiasm for ny
BasiUo-Robinson re-match ... best
summed up by restaurateur Gib
by: "You read the book twice.".,.
The old switcheroo: the San
Francisco Forty Niners released
line-backer. Marv Matusrak, t who
Went from an amazing all-pro set
son in ,'57 to uselessness in:'58 i;
because says Phil Bengton, "His
lees ate .shot tat ithe age. of 27)"
...and becaue 'they had a chance
o pick: up Jerryr Tubbs, dropped
by the ChiCards f. so now who's
ucDOsed to he interested in Ma-
uszakT -The Cardinals, of course.
"The Cleve'and Browns.; say the
pros, are running into trouble be because
cause because of .Paul Brown's insistence
on sending in the play ... evey
other team gives the VB me op
tion of changing his play on tho
- Inasmuch as no club owner in
hi' right; mind would invest lav
ishly in a green pea's potentially,
ur even spend time on him as a
Irishman, A knowing that af.er .onq
season ne may ioe mm to ar n:
val club ownci, private enterprise;
would become a mark of stupidi stupidity,
ty, stupidity, rather than progressive suiv,
in- :ta -r
"I have enough confidence in
our organization to believe the
Yankees an win no matte,
what, Weiss irowned. "Our oppo
sition to the open draft is based
on the welfare of the games as a
whole. We. regard the scheme as
socialistic quackery, a reckless
menace to: stabiUty,. which, if a
ttopted, can lead only to chaos and
the minors, or 'little fellows,' for
whom this thing is supposed to
be a jife saver, will be the fir
' It was pointed" out', that since
the' mino-s have 'the power to ac accept
cept accept or reject the proposal, com
mon senEdvould argue against
tneir Knowingly and wiuing em
bracing such a disagreeable fate.
"Whd cam tell?" grumbled
Weiss. i "Masochisn seems to be
fashionable these days."
The gentleman, of course, ma-
jftred in $14.75 words at Yale.
Minors Wont Along
Each of the 16 major league
clubs has strong minor league af affiliation.
filiation. affiliation. Normally, the minors par parrot
rot parrot the sentiments 0' the majors.
If they depart from tht script in
Washington, it will reflect a 1st-
And there is some indication of
possible deviation. All three minor
league members of the commit
tee, which made a preliminary stu
dy of the plan eventually voted for
it. In fact, without their votes it
would not be on the agenda.
, Signifcantly, the majors are pre.
pared to compromise. The Boston
Red Sox favor giving the plan a
bheiyear's trial" ThY a n k i e s
would keep the bonus but police
the narments as check on hanky
panky. George Trautman, boss of
the minors, speaking long distance
from Columbus, Ohio, told us:
"Many of our people seem to a a-gree
gree a-gree any change must be for the
line of scrimmage ... while the
Browns, once the play is called
have Ho hammer against defenses
that stunt and stack...
.Doubt if any other team has an
Indian contingent like the Giants
...Phil King, called the Chief, is
one-sixteenth Cherokee; Cliff Liv
ingston is one-eighth ; Red man ...
Charley Conerly claims one-thirty-second
Indian blood and Don
Chandler went to an Indian school
on reservation in- Oklahoma
and played in the Junior Rose
Bowl with an Indian jaycee team
known as the Sycamores."., which.
Don explains with a grin, means
"white man" in Injun talk...
You don't hear any -more grip"es
from Notre Dame about telecast telecasting
ing telecasting restrictions they've beamed
seven Irish games in a row on loc
al, regional and nationaljrv
The deluge of e'figy-hanging a a-round
round a-round the nation doesn't per urb
Forest Evashevski of Iowa..."Be Iowa..."Be-fore
fore Iowa..."Be-fore they ever get around to me,"
he says, 'I'm going, to hang one
right in the fronts yard, and pin a
big 'Me on It'l.y y 4j :
: The Ivy Leaguer who's got the
pros mos' excited is Jake Croutha Croutha-me'
me' Croutha-me' hard-nosed Dartmouth half
back... already beini bombarded
with queries by the LA Rams ...
in his Junior year. yet...
Between you'n'me, the pros
might also check on the future
grid availability of Bob Reif nyd
er... whose Acnuies tendon ruined
his senior 'year...; not to mention
What Would Happen
t wi mm
VBy MURRAY 7DIPERMAN
Coheriy is what'a known in the
trade as a "Third down" quarter
back. K A
Take the ; New York Giants'
game against the Washington
Redskins in their last outing.
They were stymied in the second
quarter '; on the; i Skin 24, third
and nine yards to so for a first
down.,Bob Schnelker came back
to the .huddle and Charley asked
him,:, -VAre they Viving you' that
5 .t..' .T ..
. Schnelker nodded.
' Conerly faded back. Schnelker
darted straight down 12 yards,
cut sharply in and put up his
hands ; in time to catch a bullet
from Charley! First down,
Three plays later, it was third
and seven on the Washington 21
Conerly threw a flair pass to full
back .Mel Triplett for 11 yards
;fir,ston; Two plays later
he wrapped1 up, the march with
touchdown to Schnelker.
Again In the third quarter, it
was third ana seven on the Skin
31 as the Giants broke their hud
dle. Conerly watched Chuck Dra
zenovich, the middle linebacker
Drazd moved to the outside, dart
ed back to the center, then went
to cover the end.
., As he did so. Charley "auto
maticked" (changed the signal
orauy) and whipped Frank 1 Gif
ford through a big hole in the
miHrilA tAFfitnrv VaA4Ar1 Kir T.i
zenovich for 12 yards and a first
Three plays later, it was third
and four to go on the Skin 13
COnerly dropped back to pass,
located Gifford down the middle
alley hit him for a touchdown.
"That," said Allie Sherman, the
Giants' assistant coach, "is the
mark of a pro. Getting that third
down play is the difference be
tween winning and losing."
"I don t know where Charley
gets 'em from,'' says Alex Web Webster,
ster, Webster, the sidelined halfback, "but
he always seems to have that
good play in the back of his
Conerly, of course, had the ex
cutJon to mke it come off,? He
might throw the first down toss
in the dirt. But on third and 15
when the chips are down, he's
never off the mark or hardly
"Third down is toueh!" exclaims
t-naney. "you almost always got
-to pass. Funny thing. Sitting on
tne Dench it looks to me like the
other guy Is completing the third
aown play most of the time."
As long as Conerlv is Ditchifle.
the Giants win and stay within
range of the Cleveland Browns.
This Sunday they meet the Phil
adelphia Eagles at Yankee Sta
dium. The Eagles have a better
than fair third down tosser in
Norm Van Brocklin.
On the notion that the Giants
have greater incentive and a bet better
ter better defense, the pick is New York
24, Philadelphia 20. t g
The Pittsburgh Steelers, with
a good chance .to nip the Giants
for second in the Eastern Divi
sion, host the Chicago Bears. The
Bruins with the bruising attack
are the logical favorites, but we
can't discount the way the Steel
era have rallied 'round Bobby
Layne. We make it Pittsburgh
it), cmcago 28.
ine los Angeles Rams, en
route home and practically, out of
the Western ebase, atop off to
meet the Chicago Cards. The
Rams have the take-charge of offense
fense offense to outscore them, 42-24.
The high-riding Baltimore Colts
can clinch at least a tie for the
Western title by lopping off the
San, Francisco Forty Niners
They're at home the second week
in a row with Johnny Unitas back
in harness. That's enough to
merit Colts 31, Forty Nmers 13
xne Washington Kedskins came
close against the Cleveland
tirowns a couple of weeks ago
But they couldn't win on inspir
ed play, and they don't figure to
come up that high again for
Cleveland. Jimmy Brown and
Company- should rider 34-20.,
Things .; are looking ;. ub. w
were five and. om 4ast Week,
bringing the season totals to 3tt
right, l6wrong, ,two ties, for
percentage "of ijBtt-.'&V fi ivW
- .: err i '",;-X:S
HIALEAfc Fla. (NEA
Jimmy Jones pays more than
normal attention to two younger
members of his 55-borse string
quartered here. The two are On
and On and Numo, shaping up as
usual Calumet Farm candidates
for the Kentucky Derby.
But as he does so, the quick quick-moving,
moving, quick-moving, pleasant Jones still talks
of Tim Tarn,, his big one of this
year. Tim Tam won the Derby
and Preakness, broke down in the
Belmont Stakes, was retired.
"Of all' the big ones we've had,"
Trainer Jimmy says, "Tim Tam
is the one which still leaves 5 a
question. That horse was just
starting to come along. He was
to become a realty nig
horse. As good a horse as you
could find. I'll never know how
good he might have become."
Sports Editor Of
Detroit News Dies
DETROIT (UPI.) H.G. Salsing-I
er, retired sports editor and col columnist
umnist columnist for the Detroit News, died
yesterday in Ford Hospital where
he had been confined for .. month.'
He was. 73.
Known to millions through hit
column, "The Umpire", Salsihger
was described as the dean of
Michigan sports writers and one
of the best known in the nation.
He had been the News' sports
iHitor sine 1909. His wife,
Gladys, and son, Harry Jr, a
member of the Detroit News edi edi-toriM
toriM edi-toriM taff, were with him when
In recent months Sajsingr s
column had not appeared on News
sports pages, but during the last
World Series he agreed to give nis
views on the games played be
tween the New York Yankees and
the Milwaukee Braves.
Called "Sal" by his friends and
sports figures. Salsirger was in
old pro of reporters and colum
Writinf was his first and only
love. Salsin.ier turned down invi.
tations to direct great soorts en
terprises and countless bids to ap appear
pear appear in public and on radio and
He worked on new-.oapers In
Springfield, Dayton and Cinrin Cinrin-npf.
npf. Cinrin-npf. Ohio before joining the
Salsiner covered the Detroit
Tiger d"rine tu gln'nus vers
of Ty Cobb Mick Cochrane;
Wunk frreenberg. F"dy York,
Birdie tebbetts and other greats.
By TERRY BRENNAN
Wrltttn for NEA Service
I was a freshman at Notre Dame
in 1945, played on and off, had nev
er really been first string.
Because of an injury to Phil Col
lella, the number one left half halfback,
back, halfback, I was moved up to his posi
tion for the Tulane game, the sev
enth of the season. We were a top;
heavy favorite, but at the half we
were behind, 6-u. it looKeo line a
dark day ofr Notre Dame in the
New Orleans Sugar Bowl.
After the first few plays in the
second ha!f, Quarterback Frank
Danciewicz called atear play to
ihe right. Frank Ruggiero and
Elmer Angsman led the way from
he backfield- nd, tne guards.
Fred Rovai and Johnny Mastran
gelo, pulled. I could see the four
cutting down the defense, until
I was 15 yards into tne seconaary.
, The safety was the only one left
as I moved down the sideline, and
he came over a little too last as
I cut back, and there was nothing
but open field from this point on.
The run covered 50 ysrds. It was
a tremendous thrill for me, my
tint touchdown in college footba'l.
We kicked the extra point to go
ahead, 7-6. The final score was
Tuesday -night was the second
.22 cal pistol match in the cur current
rent current series held by Balboa Gun
Club. From a field of 24 shoot
ers, scores were high in an
classes with the match being
closely contested and In doubt
right up until the last shot was
Match winner was Sgt. P.
Nuanes, U.S. Air Force, Albrook,
with 559 out of a possible score
of 600; 1st expert Sgt. B. E.
Gregory, U.S. Army, Ft. Clay-
ton 555; 1st sharpshooter
Chief L. W. Parks, U.S Navy,
Naval Communications station,
Balboa S56; 1st marksman
Chief W. J. Mohr, U.S. Navy,
Rodman Naval Station 548; 2nd
marksman W. J. Powell 535.
The next night. 1!2 pistol
match will be the second Tues-I
day night of December with
match starting at 7:su,
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iUS Hopes UN May
Force For Peace
SAN FRAOJCISCO (UPI) A
ranking State Depaitment official
said today the United States is
hopeful the United Nations can
make progress next year toward
creation of a permanent u.JV
Francis 0. Wilcox, assistant sec secretary
retary secretary of state for International
Organization Affair;, said the
force should be modest in size but
prepared "to move quickly when
a crisis arises." He said the force
should be designed to- carrj out
patrol and observation functions
rather than combat operations.
Hi an address to the National
Council for the Social Studies and
the World Affairs Council of
Northern California, Wilcox said
Russia could do much toward im-
.u..(;..nnoce nf trip Unit
prqvinB tuuui. -fd
Nations by supporting the idea
of a peace force.
He said such a Soviet endorse endorsement
ment endorsement of the proposal 'Scould help
add new vitality to the peace( ma machinery
chinery machinery of the organization
Unfortunately, Wilcox said, the
Soviet Union has adopted a cyn cynical
ical cynical attitude toward the United
! "The truth Is the USSR does not
want strong or an effective
United Nations," he said They
c-'culpte that; any peace ma-cV-erv
designed to promote law
Sri or.'er in the world won M be
Jninrcal to their own f elfish inter-
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W to- 259,016 tons, represent ng
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USSR Demands Talks
On Nafo Inspection
To Prevent Attacks
GENVA (UPI) Russia and its
satellites yesterday' proposed a
plan tor limited ground and "open
skies" inspection in NATO and
Warsaw Pact countries to prevent
Immediate western reaction to
the proposal, the first concrete of
fer made by the Communists at
the conference to prevent surprise
attacks, was highly skeptical.
western conterence sources said
the offer was linked to a Soviet
demand for discussion of political
maintains the conference was
called to discuss purely technical
The Communist demands for po political
litical political discussion were contained in
a formal "declaration" from the
Soviet government outlining the
Kremlin s policy stand presented
by Soviet Chief Delegate Vasily V.
The declaration was not made
public, but Soviet sources said it
took the West to task over out
standing East-West cold war is
U.S. British and Soviet delega
tion chiefs at the parallel talks on
a nuclear weapons test ban mean meanwhile,
while, meanwhile, met secretly-for 30 minutes
to consider another Russian pro
posal maae rnursaay night. The
nature and scope of the Soviet
plan had not been disclosed.
The Eastern proposal on sur surprise
prise surprise attacks came unexpectedly.
Until yesterday the Communists
had made no concrete offer and
has stalled discussion by refusing
to consider technical points intro introduced
duced introduced by the West.
ROBBERS KEPT BOOKS
VIENNA (UPI)Police yester yesterday
day yesterday arrested four alleged mem members
bers members of a teen-age gang of book bookkeeping
keeping bookkeeping robbers who carefully
registered their loot in an old
ledger. All thP bovs were 14 "ers
i old. Police said their record "book
contained a rule to "shoot only
on orders of the boss." Thev stole
I tools, liquor, fishing rods and
other goods durmg their crime
spree, police said.
LA JOLLA, Calif. (UPI) Some Someone
one Someone stole a spot!iht from a po police
lice police patrol car yesterday while of
ficers William E. Guitte Jr. and
Vane W. Estergrcn were off mak making
ing making a routine check of a bar.
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FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS S Street No. tl FARMACIA EL BATURBO Paraj ae Letevre T Street riRMACIA "1 AS- Via POUtAt 111 m KOVKDADU
ATHIS Beflde the Bella Vbta Theatra COLON OFFICE: Uta Btraot and Amador Goerrera No. .
FOR SALE: Leaving town. Ford
'50, duty paid, 4-door, excellent
condition. T, V magnavox, book
cask, metal desk, flower pots and
misc. Tel. 3-6579.
FOR SALE: 1953 Volkswagon
Deluxe, duty paid. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. $100 under average re retail.
tail. retail. Robert Wehner. Box 622,
FOR SALE: Ford Station Wagon,
9 passenger, very good condi condition,
tion, condition, 21.000 miles. 5738 Sibert
FOR SALE: 1957 Studebakar 2 2-door
door 2-door Sedan in excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. New tires, low mileage.
Easy terms available. Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 2-2517 from 8:00 a.m.
12:00 noon and 2:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Renault
Dauphine, duty paid $995, 1953
Singer sports car, $150. Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 3140.
FOR SALE: 1941 Ford todoor.
must be sold, $100.00, Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 5253.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker.
4 door sedan, radio, 6 wheels,
excellent transportation. Reason Reasonable,
able, Reasonable, phone Balboa, 4424.
FOR SALE: 1958 4 door pas passenger
senger passenger Brookweod Chevrolet Sta Station
tion Station Wagon, power brakes, pow power
er power brakes, power steering, turbe turbe-glide,
glide, turbe-glide, tinted glass, radio, padded
instrument panel, seat covers,
V8, window cleaner. 1930 Mod Model
el Model A $125. 1931 Model A $225.
Phone Balboa 2-3676. House
FOR SALE: 1958 Plymouth se sedan.
dan. sedan. 4000 milas, WSW, two-tona
paint, $1935. Like new 0599-A
Bayano Street, Ancon. Phone 2 2-2744.
2744. 2-2744. FOR SALE: Ford 1952, coupe,
radio; duty paid. 2103-A, Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 4156.
Claw At East Face
Of US Capitol
WASHINGTON Nov -a itdt
Wrecking crews are fast tearing
down the east from the U.S. Capi Capitol
tol Capitol but the American flag, wnich
uies mere nours pay, will
wave uirougn 11 an.
J. Cienrffn KtaumT-t .k:i.. -r
the Capitol rebuilding, said plans
nave been made to keep the flag
flying night and day through" the
reconstruction of the east front.
iniuaiiy a temporary staff will be
erected just behind the traditional
location, at the hi r ih. j...
, j w uc uuiue
and angled outward.
The east front
exactly duplicating the old front
except it will be made of marble
instead of the crumbling sand sandstone
stone sandstone it now consists of. The iob
wn lane iwu years.
Summer Recreation Trophies
To Be Awarded To Swim Meet
Winners At Balboa Pool Dec. 5
V. F. Bright, president of the
Summer Recreation Board will
present trophy and medals awards
to first, second and third place
winners of the Gatun and Balboa
"Weekly Swim Meet Program"
which was held this past summer.
The presentation will take place
at Balboa swimming pool at 7
p.m. on Friday Dec. 5. Following
the ceremonies, all children who
participated in the Summer Re
creation Meets will enter "swim
for fun" events.
Both Atlantic and Pacific side
youngster earned their awards by
participating in six weekly swim swimming'
ming' swimming' meets, in which they scored
points for act event they placed
first, second or third. The pro program
gram program was sponsored by the Sum Summer
mer Summer Recreation Board, in coope cooperation
ration cooperation with the Division of
Gatun Awards Winnars Includa
11 and 12 Boys
1. Dick Dugan
2. Ivan Klasovsky
IS and 14 Boys
1. Pamela' Theriet
IS i H Boys
1. Bud Slaughter
2. Albert Goguen
i Yr. Beys
1. PauJ Goguen
2. Joe Oberholier
'. 7" and year Girls
1. Judy OOberheltier
2. Barbara Geddei
V 7 and I Girls
1. Steve Radel
2. Michael Benten
3. Brian Plaisance
t a 10 yaar Girls
1. Linda Benton
2. Ginger Thomas
3. Audry Duncan
9 and 10 Beyt
1. Bill Wray
FOR SALE: Electric dothes
dryer, automatic washing ma ma-china.
china. ma-china. Seryiciea Allen, Parti
Avenue Na. 7.
FOR SALE t Refrigerator 9 cu.
ft. $50. Curundu 3190.
FOR SALE: Mi-Chair $12.00;
bathinette, $12.00; crib, $25.00r
Available Dec. 14. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-6355.
FOR SALE: Deluxe eleetria
ironer, sewing machine with ca cabinet
binet cabinet and attachments. Retina
FOR SALE: On (1) Simmons
six piece bedroom set; one
(1) RCA Portable 45 Hi-Fi rec record
ord record player; one iguaro bambea
coffee table; one bleached ma mahogany
hogany mahogany low chest of drawers;
seven (7 wicker porch chain.
Please call Curundu 83-3126.
FOR SALE Ladies golf clubt
$20.00, hobby horse $30.00,
25 lbs. C02 extinguisher $10.00,
8" eirc. saw new 1 Vi h.p. motor,
4 Joiner new V h.p. motor
$150.00, 1 531 -A Calabash Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Accused 'Fatal
Gels Trial Delay
CHARLOTTE, N. C. (UPI) A
brilliant voune social case wnrlrpr
has been granted a three week
delay n her trial here on charges
She tried to buv thf rvirB nF a
detective to "arrange a fatal ac
cident" lor the wife of a state
highway patrolman; sht loved.
The trial of BarHara Ann Mai Mai-sey,
sey, Mai-sey, 22, of Greensboro, N. C, ,wai
set up to Dec. 19 in Recorder!
Court. She origin 11;-. ai to havg
gone to trial today.
Miss Massey, a top honor stu student
dent student at Wrke Fnri.st. Pol Wo
one time, is accused of payine
ouu 10 unanoite Jje'ectre Rich Richard
ard Richard Ruth to kill Mrs. Frances
Smith, wife of Highway Patrol Patrolman
man Patrolman Ransome Smith.
Authorities said the woman first
cont .ed another. .iotte man
for the job. The man, a police
informant, contacted officers, here,
and Ruth, disguised as a hoodlum,
played the role of a "for hire"
killer. He signed the warrant
against the woman a week ago.
Authorities said Miss Massey
had fallen in love with Smith af after
ter after she met him while attending
sessions of court in r.runA
Officer, said Smith had no know
ledge of the pay off. but Smith
resigned to avoid any reflection
on the highway patrol.
2. Danny Holcomb
3. Tommy Goffin
1. Cookie Graves
2- Michel Goguen
3. Gayle Fettler
Balboa award winnars includa
1. Florence Thompson
2. Karen Gordon
7 4 8 Girls
1. Ann Powellson
2. Twila Darden
3. Pamela Grosi
7 and S Girls
1. Jody Summerford
2. William Rnhln
3. Pinhatsj HjT.II-i
71 "f i?"!n- varies
"f"1! Jerry inisnolm
. 10 Girls
1. Patsy Allbritton
2. Vivian Kosan
3. Zoe Ann Bierman
and 10 Boys
1. Andy Jacobson
2. Duncan Summerford
3. Kevin Yocum
11 a 12 Girls
1. Maggie Mahoney
Vogt.Gail A,lbritton' Christina
3. Jane Holgerson
, 11 and 12 Boys
1. Jerry Mann
2. Roark Summerford
3. Stewart Brown
W a 14 Girli
1. Jn Walker
2. Francis Yost
13 a 14 Boys
1. Harry Van Loon
2. Gordon Bosweli
3. Jim Wilson
IS and H Girls
1- Pat Rogers
2. Beverly Bqwman
3. Rachel Van Dyke
1 and UBoys
1. Ray Caldwell
a Kenneth Mackenzie
HEAR YE HEAR YI
Maka aomaone happy this X'msf
with a hearing aid. to haar tha
joyous sounds of Youlatida. All
typts, sixas flr shapss at Crawford
Wa haro racoivad a now ship-
mailt of parforatad hardboard or
Backboard with Hs corrospondinfl
aecasories. Thousands of uses in
home, shop, or office. Visit AL
MACENES MARTINZ, S.A., A A-venida
venida A-venida Eloy Alfar No. 11-159.
FOR SALE: 2 new 1957 APEX
electric dryers, one automatic
dish washer and five 1 957 new
air conditioners at give away,
prices to maka room for now
models. Trepelco S.A. 45th St.
and Via Ispaffa, Tel. 1-1 2S5
Save Money by buying your
X'mas presents new. Fuller bushes
make excellent well appreciated
gifts. Far the balance df Novem November
ber November we offer a mans hairbrush for
half price when a ladies brush is
. purchased vice versa or even two
similar brusher are bought at the
ame time. There is nothing mora
. appreciated that will last as many,
years as the guaranteed. FULLER
BRUSH PRODUCT. See also th
Toys and Decorations and other
Quality Items at Crawford Agen Agencies
cies Agencies en J St.
FOR SALE: Girls 20 Inch bike,
good condition. Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: Girls bicycle 26".
Good condition. $12.00. Phono
For tha Hard of Hearing.
Examinations with Audiometer.
Dr. Marcial Dial's Clinic
Rochet Street. Phone 2-2541
Make your loved on happy this
X'mas. You still have time to
order her an Electrolux Vacuum
Cleaner direct. You save on direct
Verder prices. While they last we
hjye a selection which we will sell
, at only a few dollars above the h
direct order prices for we have
the duty cost invested therein'
and part of which wo will rest
while they last. Make us a deposit
and wa will lay one away far
See also tha Floor Polishers,'
Kitchen Machines, Fuller Brushes,
Decorations Toys, etc. at Craw Crawford
ford Crawford Agencies ori Street.
FOR SALE: Record player. 11.
Tel. 2-1723, No. 1556. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Fancy Wall Clocks;
German, various atyles. Call Pa Pa-nami
nami Pa-nami 2-5432. U
FOR SALE: Westinghouse dry dry-er
er dry-er 115 v., good condition, plat
glass mirror 24x30, 557-A Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Hts.. Tel. Curundu 22131
FOR SALE: All household
goods, motors, 60 cycle. Barbe Barbe-oue.
oue. Barbe-oue. drill and accessories, desk,
sawing cabinet, washing ma machine,
chine, machine, driving equipment, etc.
etc. etc. Phono Balboa 2-3676.
FOR SALE : Youth bad with
Prinsj and mattress in perfect
condition, almost now. Ave. Peru
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
WILL HOLD ACTION
The Panama Canal Company will
offer for sale at public auction
583 lots of general cargo Includ Including
ing Including sports equipment, textiles,
ledies handkadchiefs, sawing
machines, personnel effects, rugs,
tires and other interesting Items
starting .t 8:30 a.m., Saturday,
December 6. 1958, in Building
No. 40, Industrial Area, Balboa.
Detailed list of the items for sale
have been posted en bulletin
boards of Canal Zone Post Of Offices.
fices. Offices. Copies may be obtained
from the Storehouse Branch, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, telephone 2-1086
Items to be sold will be on dia-
play for the general public at tha
above location from December
2 through December 5, 1958,
between the hours of 7:00 e m
to 11 0 a.m. and 12:00 aeon
te 4:00 p.m.
MOSCOW-Soviet Premier Wilt Wilt-ita
ita Wilt-ita Khrushchev, on what Russia
would do if the United States did
not recognize his p-posed free
city of Berlin:
"We would be extremely sorry
but that will riot .top us from executing-
our plans. There is no
other way out."
LONDON Mrs. Richard M.
Nixon, on learning her husband,
the vice president, had to bor borrow
row borrow a tuxedo to attend a Thanks,
giving dinner with Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth because he didn't bring one
"This is the first trip he ever
went on that I didn't nark far
him. and' it will never hSDDen
again.. Somebody in Washington
... forgot to pack it and it
i i- y ;
GRAFENWOHR, Germany Germany-Rock
Rock Germany-Rock 'n' roller Elvis Presley,
on being promoted to private first
els in the Army:
"I'm proud to; have a stripe."
FO SAltLota 500 aaeT 1.000
meters, In tho Nuevo. Hipidrem v
Urbanixation, 'aeroas the Remoa
Racetrack. -AH. lets with vstraeii
fronh. sowage, water- mailt and
electricity.. Call W, McBamett.
Tel. 9-2567, ;
FOR SALE: House- 2 .. floors,
well ventilated.-centraUr locat located
ed located low- priced..-$7,000.00. Con-
tact Panama 3.-2330 San-Francisco
Call 91 lata No49., ,
FOR SALtM-Land in Utib 5 Vi"
Hts., 5 ctt, M2. Apply Tel. 1-
Wanted to Buy
TYPEWRITER, PORTABLt wanfL
ed to buy. Any make considered.
Telephone K. Jones, Pans ma 2-
Charlotte, North CabliiTa, Next
CFN Home Town, JJ.SoAi' Feature
Lecal residents of the "Qeen
City of -the south" charlotte,
and the entire state of North
Carolln, will face the crN radio
and TV microphones and camer cameras
as cameras next Wednesday night at 7:30.
when another "Home Town,
U.S.A.' program will be televised
locally and filmed simultaneous.
ly for the folks in the Tarheel
Fifth in the "Home Town,
U.S.A." series, next Wednesday
night's production is expected to
attract more people than any .of
the four earlier shows. So. many
folks from Alabama showed up
for the program spotlighting
that state and the ifjityof Do Do-than
than Do-than that it was not possible to
have ther all,, on the show.-But
they all enjoyed a party In their
honor later at the Fort Kobbe
Immediately following! .the
program next Wednesday eve evening,
ning, evening, North Carolinians in the
Zone are Invited to attend a par party
ty party again at the Fort Kobbe
Service Club, hosted by the
club's director, Mrs." Dorris, Cald Caldwell.
well. Caldwell. There will be music, re refreshment
freshment refreshment and special Caroli Carolina
na Carolina motif for all homesick Tar Tarheels.
Anyone may appear on th
"Home Town, U.S.A." show hon honoring
oring honoring his home state. All he has
to do is telephone CFN at Fort
jDlayton 87-5108 at least two days
prior to the program and give
the station his name, organiza organization
tion organization and Jiow many-" arp in his
Children are' especially wel welcome,
come, welcome, to give grandparents and
other, relatives a chance to see
how much they have' grown.
Films of the program are "air-i
mailed back home for possible
showings ,on television outlets
within the particular, atate.
WANTED-Salesmen for elew
Meal appliances articles and Hh!
Fi- accasseries. Apply Tropelce,
S.A, 45th Street and Via Espalia,
- ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS"'
, DRAWER "A DIABLO
' BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONI BALBOA 1709
Just arrived beautiful Italia
- dolls.. Vary low prices. Wo aeeet.
. down payments. Athis next Ba-i
Ha Vista Theatra and Mr ether
store in Mini Mav ;
WANTED TO BUYt Volkswa Volkswa-gn,
gn, Volkswa-gn, 1956 en, without duty paid.
Phona 3-1301 1-7096. Sr.
: WANTED, TO BUYt 1950 te
J 953 Chevrolet, standard shift,
cheap but cash. Phena 2-0740,
Betlnrflnn' neyfc Wnrinnsrlnv
nifrtit. CHoma Town TIRA" win
be produced and written by CFN
staffer, Pvt. Jim Fihley. The se series
ries series will continue t.n .feature
CFN'a radio-TV producer, Jim
Fattison "The Old Hometown,
er, himself," along with the
"Home Town, TJJS.A." orchestra,
conducted by CWO Herman En En-glert
glert En-glert and the 778th Air Force
Band from Albrook Air Force
All participants on "Home
Town, V.8A. are irequested to
br at the -CFN : itudios at FOrt
Plavton not. lutef than tmbv
on telecast date. This will ajKfw
tne snow's producer a chanc. to
talk with them and let them
know Where Hheyll bHntervtew bHntervtew-ed
ed bHntervtew-ed ori the' program."
', ... V-';
Usually, participants are In Interviewed
terviewed Interviewed not more than- two
minutes for each Jamily or Indi Individual
vidual Individual i to Bialte sure tha ev-.
erybody has a chance to appear
on the show.
Members of the military are
requested to wear Class "A" uni uniform
form uniform with tie. This will more
quickly identify the show with
the armed forces which is the
effect the show's producer la
trying to achieve.
Next to be spotlighted, on the
program will be the city iof
Omaha and the state of Nebras Nebraska.
ka. Nebraska. .
NANCY- t.O$ES POWER!
TOKYO CUPD Kancvw fhe
latest of the' off-seasoft Pacific
storms, .lost much power yester yesterday;
day; yesterday; and was downgraded from a
typhoon to a tropical storm. The-
storm, which caused at least 15
deaths in the Philippines" earEer,
was not expected to threaten any
big land areas.
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
WANTEDr .vingnsh-Spinieli c
t eecretary. Excellent salary for- :
. eight person. Apply Peikard, Zo M
..a Libra,, S JL Colon, v '"1
. WANTED: Refrioeration
.., chanlatJeeheusehold Tofrif ara ;
, tors, freexerj and :air conditioners ':
" Basic salary plus percentage 'ei i
income. Apply sir parson let Hala ",
: man S.A. yia spana ,Na, ;lr:, -f;--J
L -jEtkTfTstON SERVICI
,'ft Npair ia your omo
we don'f -pretend to auaraflhse
- tmt work. Wa uarante : yy :
m PHONI THI EXPERTS
v f.KAWORD ACENCIES
ivolft Avenuo No. 11 JO
CAMERA REPAIRS. AH makaa-'
' all wetk-tiamiliMel. ''Htr
ERS 103 Colon, 1057, 7th Street. :
HARLAN, Iowa (UPC) -t'Mr.'1
Kenneth Blum gave birth- to her
third child" on Thanksgiving Day,
Her first was born on New Year's
Day and her second a Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, -..-,' ,
UABDiii j. wales (UPI) When.
nnlipe xtnnnarl a rlrlvar unH eVrl
Sis name, he replied ""Alfred The
ureal;-in '! ceun -yesteraay tne
man produced papers : to prove
that hisVartual name i Alfrnd'
The Great" Curtin.
I Nevertheless,, he was fined $28
tor flrunken,, drmng. i
FLAGPOLE TURKEY DINNER
&ne'a been uo
her attemot to
beat the world's
LONDON (UPI) An auto
nr1r.rl In tin 'MarcloKnn. MtMn
lyesterdayi)ore this. sign:,
4-no niM eignais too, told."'
A OR RENDOUiV CHOICE T-
HART.TNfVrfW TTnolaurl TBT
Residents j of this village were
faced today with what is,' for
Englishmen, a horrendous' choice,
vuuocu .uiera:- tie waite iaid
electrii'itr aiinnlia hsiun't A v
up with the. expandina?. population
ana "tnere't -not chough 'eleclri-
citv for ue in hv Wi. 'Vi-,Tir
set-and? aabielectric tea kettle- on
ai me ame time."
fWEATHli FLUSHES SUSPECT
WASHINGTON' (UPI) The
weather Mid votorrf. .. -A.t ih-
Dolie nan hcsiv itnuKio f j- j
aince mesaay wnen slaying sus-
pvKi, j a mes juacKey, 31, who" had
been" bidinr in th mimA
,himself itp with tthe explanation,
f. -waa. roi oia. :
BITTER 1ECTURE LITTER
WUPI)-'-s. Owners of' a theater
where 500 members of the Sussex
Count Wmnm'i Tntihf. i
---- j s uoM.ut.c wua at
lecture n keeping Britain clean
"i- "er reportea today that it J(
took KPVprsl Omnlnno. -Mr 1
DIANAPOUS (UPD-Mauri f
Mirbv. : 17. .ate. her turkevV"
in her enclo sed perch !,i j
i 71 fo6t flagpele. J
there 104 davs in I i
hours to sweep up the litter the I
TREED Wheajihe 'averagejj
Hollywoo, star i fieU tempera
. hi 1. nit lit' .1 .. M
iiiciiuii, iivvi jwrc ncreijr, 'wants
off the. set But.S usan, 275 275-pound
pound 275-pound black be v climbed
tree: The mtfvte cast of the
"Bat Masterson V series took
couple of houih te getbeti
down to work' oh looatioiv.
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"The man daddy is bringing home to dinner is a child
psychologist, so I'm going to put you kids
to bed a little early tonirht!"
MuttpV Ufe to tilled with braises.
Rfllrs weald leave h home Hke new.
A. Oaseineds. taut tho frhl eloe'
t.m. u.s. t. on.
"Now this is the neighborhood I was telling you about!"
T.M. II if. ll ph. Off.
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You looked just like a ballet dancer while you
AfOVAS AAMA AJfiWAfS
PANAMA-MIAMI V ,55.00
MIAMI-ATLANTA ; . $27.35
r ; .Today's JY Pro2' m
S:00 Colltg rotitMU
7.00 Dennis Dy Rpt.
7:80 Vv Qot A Secret
1:00 Town Halt Prty
1:30 Hlghwty Patrol
10:00 Dresi Blues
10:30 Silent Service
11:00 CFN NKWS
11:15 Enc: Schlttt Playhouse
and Oizle A Harriet.
Courtesy of Aerovlas Panama Airwa ?.
PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1 057 3-1 6$8 3-1 69S
OFFICE HOUftS: from 8 a.m. to 6 p.rri.-J-
n n ;
Two Employes Retiring
Eight employes in the Panama
Canal organization, two wnn serv
ke of more than a quarter of a
century, retired from active serv service,
ice, service, during the month of Novem Novem-bee
bee Novem-bee and were presented retirement
jeertificates signed by the Govern Governor.
or. Governor. I The list of employes who retir retir-JedjJ
JedjJ retir-JedjJ their positions upon retirement
Sand length of service follows:
i Mrs. Carmen Casey, clerk, Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Division; 19 years and 23
Mrs. Rosalie A. Demers, ac
jcoi&rting clerk, Accounting Divi
Elvis Adds Stripe
tUPI) Rock'n roller Elvis Pres Presley
ley Presley had. Thanksgiving dinner
frith an extra trimming He's
beeji promoted to private first
t W nrnuHlv cpwp.fi nn his new
time before enjoying his dinner,
eM:he field at this giant Armyi
dining area near the iron cur-
t C vsn't that he needs a raise,
in -pay, but, he said, "1 m proud
KMhave a stripe.
, am me Army sam inai no one
needs to sneer at Elvis
t 'He really tries hard to be a
gorjd soldier and he deserves it,"
laid his- company commander,
papt. Edward E. Bettg.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for thj Zi
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
, Balboa Cristobal
. Low .
(inner harbors) 81
SUNDAY, NOV. 30
5:53 a.m. 12:16 a.m.
TODAY .75 .40
1:00, 2:45. 4:45, 6:55, 9:10 p.m
Out of the sun...
and the space
COLOR by DC LUXE
reduced v4 Ofcld by
( ftcrwarvo'ty tov
25 Years Canal Service
sion; 17 years, four months, and
Thomas V. Kelly, locomotive en
gineer, Panama Railroad; 21
years, six months, and 25 days.
Howard E. McGhaughey, marine
machinist, Industrial Division; .x
years, two months, and 13 days
Otis C. Myers, general engine engineer.
er. engineer. Engineering Division; 26 years,
Russell J. Parsons, auto repair
machinist, Motor Transportation
Division; 28 years, and 21 days.
Mrs. Mary B. Slocum, telephone
operator, Communications Divi
sions; 22 years, six months, and
Arthur H. Streams, construction
representative, Power Conversion
Project, 16 years, five months, and
Heading the list in length of
service it Parsons who came to
the Canal at a tower man with
tht Isthmian Canal Commission.
Subsequently he worked with the
Commissary Divition as a wrap wrapper
per wrapper and checker and later as
Apprentice Machinist with the
Mechanical Division. He it one
f a very few left in Canal serv
who was employed during
the construction period,
His Canal service was broken
from 1922 to 1938, during which
time he worked with an oil com
;pany in Colombia. He rejoined
tue Lanat organization in 1938 and
was worKing as automobile ma
chinist in the Motor Transporta
tion Division at time of retire
ment. He is a native of Grayling
Lounty, Michigan, but plans to
make his home at Port Charlotte,
Second on the list in terms of
services is JMyers who has 26
years of continuous service with
the Engineering and Construction
aureau. Myers, who was born at
LeCompte, La., began his Canal
employment at Madden Dam as
Myers has military service that
goes back to his teens when he
served with the Virginia National
Guard in action along the Mexican
border. During World War I, he
served as a second lieutenant in
France. His World War II service
was with the Canal and on an im
portant hifhway in Ecuador, the
latter being on a service loan bas basis.
is. basis. While living in the Canal Zone
he has been active in the Canal
Zone Art League, the Red Cross,
and the Unitarian Church. At the
time of his retirement, Myers was
general estimating engineer in the
Engineering Division. He and Mrs
Myers plan to leav.e Dee It fnr
Norfolk, Va., to make their per
Three women are among the
employes Who retired during
October and Novemeber. They
are Mrs. Casey, Mrs. Demers,
and Mrs. Slecum.
Mrs. Casey is a native of the
Canal Zone having been born in
the construction day town of
Courts Postpone One Airline Strike,
Throw Out Third-Man Issue in Second
CHICAGO (UPI)-Th federal
courts today postponed a threat threatened
ened threatened strike against American Air Airlines
lines Airlines and knocked" out the key is issue
sue issue in a walkout agai.ift Eastern
But the rulings by Judge Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Van Pelt Bryan in New
York, and by Judge Emmett C.
Choate in Miami, did little to
break the strike caused trafiic
jam which has grounded one third
of the nation's airliners.
The Air Line Pilots Assn. plan planned
ned planned to set a ne strike deadline
against American and the walkout
of 550 flight engineers, against
Eastern Airlines continued, des despite
pite despite Choate's ruling that it couldn't
be based on a "third man" dis dispute
pute dispute over (Jualifications of jet air airliner
liner airliner crews.
The big Internal Assn. of
Machinists remained on strike
against Eastern, the nation's bus busiest
iest busiest air carier, and against Tra"s
V.. wed. y
Sum iVWi m
She began her Canal service in
the Commissary Division where
she was conunuosly employed
from 1939 until 1954. During this
time she worked as a sales clerk
In 1954, she war transferred to
the Electrical Divsion because of
the abolishment of her position
with the Commissary and at time
of retirement she' was a clerk
with this division. Mrs. Casey
plans to stay on the Isthmus fol
lowing hef retirement.
Mrs. Demers also plans to stay
on the Isthmus and will make her
home at Santa Clara. Mrs. De Demers
mers Demers was first employed in July
1941. She was promoted through
various grades and. held the posi position
tion position of accouting clerk upon re retirement.
tirement. retirement. An incentive award in recog
nition of the savings estimated to
result from the changed proced
ures she suggested was awarded to
Mrs. Demars recently.
Mrs. Slocum began work as a
telephone operator at Gatun. At
time of retirement, she was work
ing in the Cristobal telephone ex
change where she provided tele
phone information, and took
trouble complaints from telephone
subsribers and others using
special equipment such as teletype
clocks, buzzers, and fire and bur
glar slarms. Mrs. Slocum, wno
was born at Princess Ann, Mary
land, plans to make her home in
Other employes on the Novem November
ber November retirement list are Thomas V.
Kelly, of Orlando, West Virginia;
Howard E. McGaughey. of Con-
vington, Ga.; and Arthur M.
Streams of Indiana County, Ta.
Kelly's main inttrest is loco loco-motive
motive loco-motive which have been his bus
iness for ever two decadess. He
came to the Canal organ urion
as locomotive engineer in 1937
and had bn continously em employed
ployed employed in this position until his
retirement with 21 years, six
months and 25 days of service.
On return ng to the United
States, Kelly plans to make his
home at Pittsburgh, Pa.
McGaughey retired as a marine
machinist with the Marine Bu
reau, where he installed and re
paired machinery including ma machine
chine machine tools. He had six years, two
months and 13 days of service
when he retired. McGaughey plans
to make his permanent home in
Streams began his carrer in 1914
as an armature winder and work
ed at a number of Pennsylvania
towns. He came to the Isthmus
June 17, 1942, where he joined the
Canal organization as wireman in
the Electrical Division. Later, he
worked as an armature winder in
the same division. At time of re
tirement with 18 years tive
moths and 14 days of service he
was assigned as construction rc rc-presentaive
presentaive rc-presentaive in the Power Conver Conversion
sion Conversion Project.
World Airlines. A federal mediat mediator
or mediator at Kansas C. saw little hope of
getting representatives from the
Machinists and TWA together for
Even the strike of airline stew stewardesses
ardesses stewardesses agai"st little Lake Cen Central
tral Central Airlines continued in the Mid Mid-wes'
wes' Mid-wes' without sign of let up. Pr tty
stewardesses walked picket lines
in an Indianapolis snowstorm
and b sed their pcs on a prom
ise from the Teamsters' Un
ion "ot to deliver gasoline to the
company planes, hich kept on
Other airlines reported little dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty in taking care of passengers
who would normally fly by East Eastern
ern Eastern and TWA. Some airports were
swamped with passengers during
the early Thanksgiving Holiday
rus.' but the demand for plae
seats had eased of by today.
Judge iBryan made no ruling on
the issues of the threatened strike
against American, which also re revolves
volves revolves around the "third man
He merely extended until Mon Monday
day Monday a temporary injunction bar barring
ring barring the strike and scolded both
sides for thir "silly exhibition"
in failing to get together last
Wednesday for a scheduled meet meeting
ing meeting with federal mediators
Although the ALPA protested
the postponement union headquar
ters in Chicago said Bryan's or order
der order would be honored and the as association's
sociation's association's lawyers would be back
in court Monday to argue their
The dispute between .American
and the ALPA is 18 months old.
The airline has offered $?2.7(H a
vear for senior captains piloting
DC7 airliners and $27,650 for the
senior captains of jet transports.
The union, however, wants to pull
out 1.491 American pilots to back
up demands that the third man
in the cockpit of a jet airliner j
a qualified pilot, not a flight en engineer.
gineer. engineer. SUB WITH SPOTLIGHTS
MOSCOW (UPI) Russia Is
fitting out a submarine with
searchlights and TV cameras for
underwater scientific research,
'he Tass news a?enov reported
today. It said the vessel would
three portholes cut into its
REP. ELFORD A. CEDERBERG, (R-Mich.) a member of the
Merchant Marine and Fisheries' committee and of the Post
Office and Civil Service committee, spent most of the day
yesterday on a inspection trip in the Canal Zone. After a
briefing by Gov. W. E. Potter at the Administration Building
at Balboa Heights, he went to the Model Room at Diablo
Heights where he is shown, above, with Lt. Col. Robert D.
rown, Jr., Engineering and Construction Director. This was
followed by an on-the-spot inspection at Pedro Miguel Locks
and the Cut of various projects. The Congressman's visit was
also marked by a reunion with old friends. When he arrived
Thursday aboard the Panama Line's Ancon, he was met by
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Jorstad of Margarita. Mrs. Jorstad had
been his violin teacher when the Congressman was a boy in
Bay City, Mich.
Teenagers Riot In Tavern;
Wayward Bullet Kills One
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI) -Police
today investigated the ac activities
tivities activities of a teen-age gang whose
rioting was blamed for the fatal
shooing of one of its members.
Richard Newman, 18, son of a
former policeman, was shot dur during
ing during a denu istration ai a local
tavern Wednesday night, police
Officers filed a first degree
manslaughter ch a rge against
Thome. F. Smith, 37, operator
of the, tavern. Police quoted Smith
a saving he fired his pistol at
tho ern-jnd to care off the youths
who .began smashing furniture and
cursine when refused a table at
A sUte toxicologist's report said
the bullet pparently ricnocheted
before tearing into Newman's iside
Newman screamed, staggered
toward his car, turned and tried
to re enter the tavern. He
dropped uead a few feet in front
of strutting iem' rs the Beta
Gammas, a rlub composed of stu
dents from two local high schools.
Detective Lt. E. Y. Lacy, who
arrived at the night club shortly
after the shooting said: "This is
thp worst violence we have had.
Recently we have had threats of
gang rumbles and other trouble,
but w have Doliced these clubs
where teen-agers hang out and
drink. But it's problem handling
these kids that run around all
night in their cars and hotrods."
Capt. E. P. (Brown said the vio violence
lence violence erupted when the Beta
fiammas went to the tavern to
bre k up a party they thought
was being given by a rival gang,
When they found no party, they
aSked for tables bit were retusea
on gro uniJs tll Ws were re
served. Theythen be"io the k "e "e-swinglng.
swinglng. "e-swinglng. furniture smashing riot
sending the club's patrons scurry
ing for safety.
To Avert Strike
BUENOS AIRES (UPI) The
government, seeking to nead ou
tiic tnrcat of a nationwd: ran
strike, has oroered all railway
workers wafted into the army,.
The conscription decree, drawn
up at an emergency cabinet meet meeting,
ing, meeting, nei.ns that any railwayman
who refuses to work could be
courtmartialed as a desener.
Unions representing all railway
workers except engine trewmen
have threatened to strike in pro protest
test protest against a plan by tne nation nationalized
alized nationalized railroads to pay retroactive
wage increases in four instal instalments.
ments. instalments. The unions want a lump lumpsum
sum lumpsum paymnt, or at the most pay payment
ment payment in two Installments.
Five of the seven railroads
serving Buenos Aires already are
tied up by strikes. More 'than two
million commuters had to find
otw. m(an.i of getting tj work
; i, .; 'V.f.-Vtw
They were e-icted from the
club and as they milled around
outside, the shooting occurred.
Police were holding two mem
bers of the gang in- the violence
which followed their eviction from
the neon-spangled night spot.
Kenneth Jarman, 18, admitted
slashing a patron in the face as
he fled from the club, and Billy
Foxworth, 18, was charged with
destruction of public property. He
smashed a new typewriter against
the floor while waiting to be in interrogated
terrogated interrogated at police headquarters
FBI Catches Up
AWOL 16 Years
CHICAGO (UPI)-The FBI said
today it had arrested William L.
Graham, -.5 who ran away from
the Army nearly 16 years ago be because
cause because it wouldn't put him in the
Graham, alias Mike Benson, en
tered the Army Nov. 10, 1942, at
Pittsburgh, Pa., and disappeared
from Ft. Benning, Ga.', in Janu
FBI agents caught up with him
Wednesday night. They, said he
told them "I'm glad ItV over."
Asked why he ran away from
the Army, he said:
"I'm a cook a.nd they wouldn't
let me cook."
Federal agents' records' showed
he married in 1942 in Pittsburgh
and was divorced -there in 1946
on grounds of desertion. v
Since then he has been in Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Detroit and Chicago where
he was working as a cook.
Stolen From Case
'n Cairo Museum
CAIRO (UPI)- Police yesterday
searcned lor th thieves who took
10 priceless coins: worth $85,000
just for the gold, in .. theft rival
ling th tomb obbers of the
The coins were stolen from a
glass case in the Cairo Museum
u.id eigl copper replicas were
left in theii place. They were
stolen at least two weeks ago, but
police only learned of the theft
this weekend when tipster tele telephoned
phoned telephoned them. The coins were
among the oldest nirted in Egypt.
COMMUNISTS DINI KIM
TOtfi'O (UPI.) Party chair
man Mao Tse-tung and other top
Chinese communist leaders Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday entertained Norfi. Korean
Premier Kim Il-sung at a dinner
In Wuhan, the Communist New
China news agency reported y ester
day.' Kim and his delegation of
political and militarv leaders flew
to Wuhan on the Yanstse River
from Peiping. The North Koreans
are on a state visit.
Infer-Cjroup Agency .Balking;:Ettprfs.; :
NEW YORK (UPiU-Clew York
City's commission on inter-srouo
reiauoM leeis it u being "pretty
successful" tdday in its first ef
fort to ease a nighborhood ti
"sition from white to whit and
Along the tree-shaded streets of
one and two-familv middle-income
nomes, a sprinkling of which are
now owned by. Negroes, white res
idents nave posted signs readme:
"Not lor sole" some carry a
second line: ;"We believe in dem
This resistance to "block bust
ing" real estate speculators may
be as effective as anv other single
factor, the commission believes,
in preserving the character and
standards of mineline neighbor
hoods and (preventing the forma formation
tion formation of new Negro ehettoes.
German Vessel May
Ships To Rescue
HALIFAX Nov. 29 (UPI)
The Royal Canadian Navy at
Halifax has reported that the
three thousand ton German mo motor
tor motor vessel Waldeck is In distress
off the' Nova Scotia coast about
60 miles from here.
A Navy 'spokesman said the
frigates Swansea and Outremont
would be sent to the area as
quickly as possible. He said the
stricken vessel messaged this
morning that lt was being buf buffeted
feted buffeted by winds up to 70 mph and
was in danger of sinking.
The Coast Guard in New York
Said it picked up an SOS from
the Waldeck at 7:18 a.m. The
message said the ship was "bad "badly
ly "badly damaged" and in danger of
The Coast Guard said the ves vessel
sel vessel Amazonia tyas some 20 to 30
miles from the Waldeck and was
proceeding to Its aid. Other
snips in the area wererushlng to
the scene, it announced, i
The Waldeck, a 310-foot ye-
sel. was built In Germany in
1953. Its home.port is Hamburg.
It was en route to Nova Scotia
from Mobile; Ala:, when it be became
came became disabled.- t
The Coast Guard said there
was some rough weather In the
area where the Waldeck was
foundering, but it couldn't be
described as a storm.
Cuban Rebels Cut
Waler Supply Twise
HAVANA, Nov. 29 (UPI)
The U.S. Naval Base at Guan Guan-tanamo,
tanamo, Guan-tanamo, on the ooast of Oriente
Province, was under new press pressure
ure pressure today from the Cuban reb
els who have cut off the base
water supplies twice this week.
Informed sources said rebel
troops moved into positions near
the Yateras Aqueduct eight
miles east of the base after Cu Cuban
ban Cuban army troops were withdrawn
11 days ago. U.S. Marines occu
pied positions around the acme
duct early this year but they
pulled out when the Cuban gov
eminent promised to reestablish
a military post in the area.
There was no report on wheth
er U.S. officials at the base plan planned
ned planned to order the Marines back to
yateras, but observers said it
was imperative that the base
havtf a guaranteed water supply
,, Base sources said the rebels
cut the water supply twice dur during
ing during the week in "token" Inci
dents of harassment. They cut
the water off f of two v hours
Tuesday and for three hours
Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, 4
7-Yr-0ld Sets Fire
Which Claims Him,
4 Older Children
OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI)-A 7-year-old
boy who liked to play
with matches was blamed Friday
for a Thanksgiving Day fire that
killed him end four other, children
in a convalescent nursecy home
Fire officials said the toy Lee
Wilhelm, apparently ignited his
clothing while he was playing with
matches in; the jurs- 'kitchert.
Clothes afla, he ran upstairs to
his room, setting fire to the stair stairway.
The flames spread into every
room in the two story building
except the kitchen. i -:
In addition to the five children
killed, one youngster was buried
seriously in the blaze. Mrs, Mary
Flake, owner of th nursery; hef
14-year-old daughter, Carolyn, and
her sister, Mrs. H ; Prince.
suffered minor bums in helping to
rescue 17 other children.
State Fire Marshal C h e st er
Stringer said a pile of bumed
matches was found in the kitchen
where the Wilhelm boy had been
playing. Mrs. Fla ice told Stringer,
"Lee was "r" bad about playing
with matchej.,,i ..
It has been achieved, primarily,
through block meetings to clear
the air of the speculators lies
and the back-fence rumors, to
discuss freely, with the help of a
trained commission field worker,
the problems, real and imagined,
of getting along with the new
neighbors. r ."vr.'-4 b
The pioneer effort is admittedly
less, difficult than many of the
problems the commission : will
find be -e it The neighborhood,
Springfield Gardens la Queens,
has been sending its children to
integrated s schools for many
years. It is almost a imall-t' wn
neighborhood of borne owners in
a city -where 70 per cent of the
residents live in imrtrsunal apart apartment
ment apartment houses.
''Their spirit is not defensive,"
coi .nissior. spokesm. a i d.
"They were looking for; help." ;
.The -com mission was set up two
years go, but has only this yfcar
received its major taskthe init initial
ial initial enforcement step of th city'
new anti discrrmit;' tioir housing
law and, as in this Case, the
attempt to prevent the need for
The agency has a staff of be
tween. 50 and 60 persons under
Executive Director Dr. Frank S;
Horn, Negro, educator, long-time
educator, long-time race) relations
advisor, to the Federal Housing
Solely By Guinea
DARKAR, French : West Africa
(UPI) Three more French African-territories
inaepenaence within the french
community of nations.
The assemblies of Mauritania,
Miooie Congo and GaDc each
voted to join Premier Charles ae
Gaulle's community with their
own governments, but still char charing
ing charing with France defenses, curren currency,
cy, currency, diplomacy and fore.gn affairs.
A total of six colonial po js js-8io&s
8io&s js-8io&s now have made the deci decision.
sion. decision. Madagascar, French, Sudatt
and Senegal previ ujy had voted
to join the community.
The remaining six colonies the
Ivory Coast, the High ,"cUa, Da Dahomey,
homey, Dahomey, Niger, Ubangi-Ch,,ri add
Chadwere expected to "follow
Suit in the near future.
Of all the French African pos possessions,
sessions, possessions, only Guinea refused to
join. In the Sept. 28 constitutional
referendum, Guinea voted for
absolute independence from
France has cut off all aid to
Guinea, and Mts premier, Sekou
Toure, who has studied m Mos Moscow
cow Moscow and Czechoslovakia, has
signed trade pacts with East Ger Germany,
many, Germany, Czechoslovakia and Com
muni st China.
The community of states was
De Gaulle's answer to increasing
nationalism in Africa. All the M
ricar territories except' Guinea
yoted overwhelmingly for his con
stitution which provided for a
commonwesith-styU framework O
Mexicans Halt Work
To Demand Change
In Local Politics
SAN LUIS POTOSI. Mexico
(UPIV-Civic groups hailed com
mercial activity and transportation
here yesterday with a Z4-nour gen general
eral general strike to back uo demands
for the resignation of Gov. Manuel
Alvarez and the "disapoearance"
of state political boss Gonzalo N
Santos..-; H .' .-
The stoppage was ordered after
a aelegation sent iy the Potosi
civic union and other labor and
student groups to plead with fed federal
eral federal officialr in Mexi-e City for
the ouster of Alvarez, returned
here saying the Interior1" ministry
was indifferent to, their, pleas. V
, Civic union leaders' said th
strike ws more than 0 per! cent
effective, "with most business en enterprises
terprises enterprises closed and bug service
stonpe' throughout the city.-
Federal troops and garrison po police
lice police which have been Patrolling
the city since Nov. 20 were rein-
forced to prevent disorders during
th strike. ,.'
The civic union seeks to end
Santos boss-rule. Santos was
state governor more than 10 year
seo and alleeedlv has picked all
succet ing governors Including
Alvrer whf" the iin'on claims
is merely a Santos tool, r
Santos, was reoorted to have left
ih Mt capital an" h's exact
whereabouts were unknown. ;
LITTLH ILia )
A person hos reoched middle
ooe when his vitality is lower and
his forehead Is higKer. '
story on page 6 :
Authority,' ana,;" incidentally, aa
uncle v of popular ? singer,: .Lena
Horne.'.JU puQget for the current
fiscal year is;, $350,000.
i- Oil-, th : 0nrAnfTnanfr-;.ia t
v-4 i uikiiiHuiauun oeiweea"
April i, when the law went into
effect,, and Sept. 30.
2: As- of Sept 30, 35 of those com
plaints had been resolved, about
11 through the agreement of prop
rty owners, to accept ; Negro ap ap-pucabonsV
pucabonsV ap-pucabonsV about 20 .dismissed for
Pm:x Two wtsesrlud reached the
formal hearing' stage. K; titt: 'um
solved at tv .. -int.,.th commis?1
sion Passes th ens in.
bord j which may refer it to tht 1
In -the Queens neighborhooo;
field. worker Irving ;Levine hat hat-brought
brought hat-brought neighbors Together to
combat scare te'chiiiques at tht
teal estate" speculators. As de described
scribed described by a- commission spokes spokes-ihan,
ihan, spokes-ihan, 'block busting"- i the tcbv
nique through whicL ',, specula.,
tors, ,who .are in this instance bolt
Placlt and white,- attempt tepanitT
Svhite residents.-, into fleeing the
The. specuUtofa.buy, up the
homes at bart-.iri prices-and sell
ttem at high.' profits to Negroes,
many of whon-. rare desperate for
sousing at. any price, and ableto.'
pay the prices asked. -This ere-'
ates an. -all-Negro- neighborhood. -',
Residents -of the Queens neigh,
borhood iDDealed for heln whn
jith one house in a block sold,
to Negroes, real, estate aspnti
descended like locusts, telphon
ing, ringing doorbells, offering
cash because the neifihborhnnif
was- allegedly turning Negro ano
pi uperiy values wouia aeciuie.
K Is false that' the property
value" goes down when N e gro e
move in," the commission spokes!!
man said. "The real estate
speculators know this well. That'
why they're trying to. buy."
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