The Panama American

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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Aquilino Boyd
Seeks :T6 5et
12-mile-limit

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t rfcrmer Foreign Minister, As As--
- As-- .femblymm Aquilino Boyd, to-
tjtiay prepared, to defends a bill
he has presented to the Na National.
tional. National. Assembly for the exten extension?
sion? extension? of Panama' territorial
waters to 12 miles. t
The -bill, drafted by Boyd,
HrhO' returned to the i Assem.
bly- yesterday after resigning
hit post as '- Ambassador to
Mexico, -was tnpported by an
Assemblyman 1 from each of
the opposing factions of tho
legislature. '
It is, scheduled to get, Its first
reading tomorrow1 In. the For Foreign
eign Foreign Relations Committee, of,
which Boyd Is a member
1 i Boyd said today the exten extension
sion extension of Panama's territorial
waters ito It miles would be
"of great moral and economic
importance' to the : republic
: of Panama be also admitted
that its- passage might cause
some repercussions in the D.S.
and among other nations.
The bill provides;
11. The reoublic of y Panama

extends 4tt sovereignty beyond
the continental and msuiar ler ler-(
( ler-( ritory and its ,.lnternaL .waters
to a territorial sea lone 12 miles
'wldo along its coast to the boy
torn and the subsoil of said zone
anrf the nir unace above it
21 Panamanian overelg n t y

,lfcav ub1ect to Uft; DDlWable

' provisions vof -' International law
V and treaties In force j.
.3) The executive power shall
i regulate the present law In ac accordance
cordance accordance -with the standards
established, at the U.N. ponf er-
ence on Territorial Waters held
In Geneva, Switzerland, from
Feb. 24 to April 27, 1958.
The preamble to the bill
reads: - 1
"The- "three-mile rule' as the
. breadth of the territorial sea
v has never had general, accept acceptance,
ance, acceptance, not even at the time when
It, -was most respected;
"At present, approximate approximately
ly approximately two-thirds of .the coastal
nations of the world,! recog recognising
nising recognising geographical geological
. and biological factors,', as well
" as s the economic needs of
their populations and .their
i security and defense, 1 have
) extended their territorial sea
beyond three miles;
' "At the most recent interna

tional conference, there 'has
been established clearly that

; International law permits each
f state to fix a 'reasonbale limit'

lor its territorial seat
"It Ut-of great importance for
the Republic to declare that it
extends its sovereign tights in
Si twelve-mile sohe of territorial
sea along all Its coasts, without
Erejudice to commitments : In
lternational treaties' In force
Jor the "Inttoctnt passage of
. foreign ships which utilize the
Panama Canal international
navigation lane;
I- "This extension has 'been re'
; tommended by the Panamanian
jueiegauon to the Geneva .Con
ference" : : l0 i
SHOPPING
DAYS TO
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"OVtH AIR CLASSES Grade school students-of the Republlca,
tie Chile School t Exposition Grounds receive classes today at
thi toot of the status of President Bellsarlo Porras. In the Plaza

y named after him, after thieves

ana Gismanuea several classrooms. .

Rebel SjH ol d 1
fJtIAVAWA
Deft. i-(UP) Re
ports from eastern Cuba said to today
day today 18 Americans arein jebel
handstand upwards of 60 others
have been deprived of water and
milk supplies by insurgent ac
tion.
None 'of the Americans -was
believed to be ift serious danger.
.The united Fruit Company re.
ported that 14 Americans at Its
agricultural station m uuara
fell into rebel hands 10 days ago
when the village was captured
by a rebel band, which has since
cut off water and milk supplies
from the company's Preston sug
ar mill. ; ';
United Fruit officials sairf,
however, that it Is not yet
thought necessary to evacuate 30
American families from the
Preston mill, which, also is the
home of about 8,000 Cubans.
At the same time, the rebel
radio. called on the U.S. 'Em 'Embassy
bassy 'Embassy and the Inter-American
Press Association for helpXJn
getting an American reporter reporter-photographer
photographer reporter-photographer team back io ci-
$3232 Is Low Bid
For Painting Job
A low bid of $3232 was entered
yesterday by the F Tropical- Paint
Company of tho work of repairing
the roof of .tne ngget shop in the
Industrial TAr e a hu Balboa.,' Bids
were opened in the Administration
Building 4t? Balboa Heights., if
Offers ranging from $3299:50 ;
S613 were -also -made on the Pro-
iect by P. a e If i e Constfuetora.
Wright Brothers, Federal -Roofing
and .Housing, inaustrias; :unlda,
and Anthonv Lecelere.
" Work M be"' done on the building
will conjistOf cleaning the sur surface
face surface by wire brushing, the replace
meni or ..aeiecave t root sneeis,
seslins of .all. bolt, heads, and ao-
pliqation efv one oat of APM roof
dressing. w entire, roof are. ',
The contractor is expected to
complete the project within '120
days after date of receiDt of Hot-
nee to proceeo. r, ; ,.
, 't mil i iliinji Hfiiii liimii ni,iii i iiirnii n m .yl'..
Human Right J Veek
Will R.mTW 1H-17
f Gov W. JE. Potter has tailed
to the attention of the residents
of the Canal Zone a proclama proclamation
tion proclamation issued recently by President
isennower wmcn designates tne
penoa between Dec. 10 ana Dec.
17 as Human Rights Week, t ..
In the proclamation, the Pres
ident urges all citizens of the
United ; States to observe 'the
week by rereading and studying
tne Bin of Rignts in tne consti constitution
tution constitution of the United States and
the Universal Declaration of
Human Rights f of the United
States.V;'-.'.?'';"-.;.;; A, -x

ef ths peopl

broke into, the school last nighti
6 nieriicdns
i
vilizatlon. )ne of the newsmen
was identified, as Pa Farley
Zopane, of .. Fort Lauderdale,
FJa, f f
The lnsureent broadcast said
the two Americans cannot leave
the rebel-held hills "because
their arrest has-been ordered."
The report was denied tov nolice
in Clenf ueeos. the cltv through
which the Americans entered the
Earlier, the rebel radio had
launched a bitter attack oh the
United States,, accusing Ambas
sador Earl E. Smith of wmed-t
dling" in Cuban affairs.
"Enough Is enough.- a rebel
announcer said. "We are tired
of being branded as communists
Dy tne American, State Depart
ment,..lf anv (U.S. Marines
land on Cuban soil, they will be
fought the same as (President
Fuigencio) Batista's Soldiers''
Batista had at least temporar
ily movea nis neaaauarters from
Cuba's 'White House" to camp
uoiumoia, cmei pase Ot tne Ha
vana garrison,; apparently j i
result of Friday's .bortlv re revolt.
volt. revolt. 'vi:'f'v -.'
Unofficial sources said 30 to"5o
persons have been Arrested as a
result of the frustrated uprising,
including two civilians suspected
of serving as liaison between dis
gruntled officers and the rebels.
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SpaceiExperfj
lo uyiiu AncncY
WASiONGTON. Dec. 2 (UP1W
Reports circulated today the Ar
my has agreed to a compromise
of the proposed transfer of its top
missile scientists to th sew civi civilian
lian civilian space agency. "-.
The compromise, h according- An
tho reports, will be submitted to
President Eisenhower's ir National
Aeronautics and Space Council
(NASC) at a Whit House meet
ins tomorrow. t
" The agreement, In effect, would
relieve the council of the task of
reolvine' the issue raised when
the new National Aeronautics and
Space Administration (NASA ) ask
ed for transfer -to its payroll of
2r. Wernher von Braun and near nearly,
ly, nearly, 2,100 other Army scientists at
Huntsville, Ala. and Pasadena,
Calif. Th Army strenuously ob objected.
jected. objected. M
Just how the dispute was set settled
tled settled was not clear, but sources
said th Army has approved van
agreement which also is satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory to NASA. i. .'' .''-.The
.The .''-.The Army wss known to be
willing to permi'' the scientists to
devot almost full time to the ci civilian
vilian civilian agency's space projects, pro provided
vided provided they retain their Army iden

tity. ;. yrrH

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Balboa Finest Offer Jjriest Balboa,
Also Pogo Stick, love' Tie. Ting'

Balboa Police will hold an auction salron Saturdav of the
queer and sometimes valuable things which people have lost
recently and never claimed.
The list of lost property Includes such diversified para para-phenaUa
phenaUa para-phenaUa as a pof o stick and sv bottls f Cervesa Balboa, Spe Special
cial Special Brew, ouart sise. t
. Also included are a number of bicycles. Police had the
' eycles on display last Saturday and Invited anybody who Had
lost one to look them over. Only one was claimed.
j Among the other objects to bt auctioned on Saturday at
t ajm are? a two-burner hot plate,-a man's toilet kit. a fish fish-ing
ing fish-ing net, phonograph record entitled ove is the Thing," 4
iwelderV helmet, a carton of eirarettes.5 a toy crane, an tun

uitcum mh wnurj iuuuikui pens ana cameras.

The
Judge's Bench
r Riding motor scooter with
out a .license brought a year's
probation for German Carmo-
na. 21. Panamanian. Juage
Guthrie F. Crowe suspended
imposition of sentence for a
year. :i-
Probation for 30 days was the
verdict for Luis Enrique Bedo Bedo-ya,
ya, Bedo-ya, 3Q, Panamanian, who drove
a bus on Curundu Road after
lightlng-up time without two
lighted lamps visible.
Josepa Marshall Jr- 30, Pan
amaniaa, was : bound over for
trlaraV US. District .Court on
a charge of unlawfully entering
House no, 604., cascaaas Road
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Ono Honlh's Delay
l.t Ms Inipjcliint
Said Worth $40,C0D
- Municipal treasurer Victor D' A-
nello yesterday predicted that the
city government will lose approxi approximately
mately approximately $40,000-if the year end
safety (inspection of motor vehicles
is extended for more than a month
after Dec, 31.
D'Anello said It Is materially
impossible for. the equipment now
being used by the National Guard
to inspect vehicles to carry out
the inspection by the end of the
year. :
As a result, he said, vehicle
owners will find a thoussnd rea
sons why they should not pay
their license fees for the month
ot January,' the month when the
city government has its biggest
income from fees paid by vehicle
owners.
The 1959 hcehse plates for Pa Panama
nama Panama are expected to arrive here
some time this week.
16 Jobs Vacant :
Vilh PanCanal Co.
Five positions "with the Canal
Zone Health Bureau are includ included
ed included among the 16 jobs HstM; this
week by the Personnel Bureau
on the regular Transfer-vacancy
Bulletin.
Health Bureau positions in include
clude include dental attendant, bilingual
clerk, occupational tneraput,
physical therapist and .staff
nurse. With the exception of the
physical therapist, all positions
are available on the Pacific sloe.
Other openings listed are au automotive
tomotive automotive machinist In the Motor
Transportation Division; clerk
stenographer in tne Office of tne
General Counsel: "Clerk-typist 1n
the; Office of the Comptroller:
locomotive road and yard engi engineer
neer engineer in the Railroad ; Division;
file clerk, Administr a tlve
Branch; quarters maintenance
lead foreman, Maintenance Di Division;
vision; Division; marine machinist; Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Division ; electronics . me
chanic. Electrical Division; dock
operator. Locks Division: talnt-
mg inspector, uontract ana in inspection
spection inspection Division; and two posi positions
tions positions for telephone operators In
th Electrical Division.
Guild Taking
Reservations For
My Three Angels'
Ticket reservations for My
Three Angeles,", which wilt bpen
Monday nieht. at the Ancon Play-
house may be obtained by calling
jwrs Rainy- wuoerv at Balboa-- 2
suo Between me nours of 10's.m,
to 1 p.m., and 3 p.m. to T pjn
Because of the great 'demand
for tickets for recent Theatre
Guild productions, many of which
couia not be 'tillea., "My Three
Angels" will run for eight per
formaiices" instead of the custom
any six The : last oerformanr

win d on Tuesday, Dec, 18,

country U taju Abraham Lincoln.

Old Gc)s
Teim
A 15-year-old Panamgnisn boy
who had already several convic
tions' for; stealing: in the Canal
Zone 'appeared again lefore Can Canal
al Canal Zone District Court pudge Guih.
rie F Crow today ami was sent-
encea tone year in the Peniten
nary,
It is expected that
ie win serve
his sentence in th
Gatun jail
for women and chi
ren.
He was Ernesto
riguejk whose
parents, live in t
(jarrssquuia
district of I Pana
City, and he
was charged with' burclarv? in the
second degree. i'-' I
xib concernea wan anotner
boy, previouslj dealt' with? on a
petty larceny charge)' irt breaking
into. .buildijig on, Thatcher High Highway
way Highway used' by a ma who'waves
baskets nd-4ampshades;,He stole
-uie worn ma ,;miuiing valued
I. J,
- Assistant Dintrlrt Afinm...T
Morton Thomson said the boy was
beyond the control of hi nil me t c
did not live with- them but 1ut
roamed e- strewts of Panama.
ana unfortunately, sot into th
Canal Zone from, time to time.
Played Chess
As Palienf Wailed
Health Minister Heraclio Barle-
tta today started an investigation
into a newspaper charge that iwo
doctors of fianto Tom as Hospital
played chess on the nieht of Nov.
27 while an emereencv natient
waited one hour for medical at attention.
tention. attention. This morning, Barletta took for-'
mal statements from newsmen
Escoiastico Calvo of El Panama
America and Miguel Moreno Gon-
gora of La Nacion regarding'the
charge.
He promised that disciplinary
action would be taken according
to the results of the investigation.
MRS. HAROLD ADOLFH

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Community Chorus To Sing Elijah
At Balboa Elementary School 8 p.m.

A one-hour program of selec
tions from Mendelssohn's orato.
no, Elijah, will be presented to-
nignc in me pauo 01 me xtaioua,
Elementary Bcnooi oy tn uom uom-munity
munity uom-munity Chorus under the 4iree 4iree-tlon
tlon 4iree-tlon of Neil Branstetter. The
program will start promptly at 8
o'clock and will be held regard;
less .'Of weather.; ; 1 ?H:
The public is Invited and there
is no admission charge. Small
children should not be brought
to the performance. ipi'
The community Chorus, which
will present the program. Is well
known to music-lovers In the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone: For several years the

choru has appeared onat or

CZ Ju(
Honors
RP Divorce
V
Atlantic-side resident R. B. H;
Stroop has been ordered by U.S..
juininct voun juage uumrie jr
Crowe to pay his former wife $600
back alimony, which was owed as
part of the conditions imposed by
a Colon court which granted the
Stroops a divorce.
Judge Crowe made this ruling
in a Cristobal District Court ac action
tion action in which Mrs. Patricia J.
Stroop asked the court to uphold
the divorce decree obtained in Co
lon and enforce the alimony and
other provisions.
Stroop pleaded that the Canal
Zone 'court was not the proper
court for the case to be heard, He
claimed that the divorce proceed proceedings,
ings, proceedings, had been adjudicated in Pa Panama
nama Panama and that was where the
case should be heard.
, Judge Crow however, has
Ordered Stroop lo comply with
1he conditions of the Panama Panama-nian
nian Panama-nian decree on pain of being In
contempt of the Canal Zone Dis District
trict District Court.
The Stroops, who were residents
01 the Canal Zone, obtained their
divorce by mutual consent in Co Colon.'
lon.' Colon.' After the divorce. Mrs.
Stroop went to live in Florida withj
ner cnua ana stroop. remamea u
Cristobal.- ;
She sued her former husband
on the grounds that he had (ailed
to keep "up alimony payments of
$60 per month and to transfer to
her a. piece' of propertjrm Flori Florida
da Florida as'dprovided-iofrin .th divorce'
decree' A'!1! .JUvWi -'
Judge -'Crowe 'held ,rin 'final
analysis, it is the opinion of this
court that a duly authenticated
copy of the judgement entered in
the First Circuit Court of. Colon,
Republic of Panama, is a final
judgenr.ent within the meaning of
the laws of the Canal Zone and is
entitled to the force and effect of
a foreign judgement under A, the
Canal Zone Code."
Regarding the transfer of the
land in Florida, the court's ruling
pointed out that its jurisdiction
does not extend to Florida but if
Stroop does not comply with the
6rder, he will be subject to pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings for contempt for failure
to obey the order of the court.
Judge Sentences
Two Deportees
Two Panamanians appeared be before
fore before Judge Guthrie F. Crowe at
US District Court at Ancon today
for returning to the Canal Zone
after deportation.
They were Manuel Armando Sa Sa-lazar,
lazar, Sa-lazar, 29, who was sentenced to a
year m the penitentiary and Tyr Tyrrell
rell Tyrrell McFadden Brown, 25, .who
was sentenced to six months in
the penitentiary, suspended for
two years.
MRS; EDWIN C. WEBSTER
twice annually, at the holiday or
Easter seasons, : presenting ora
tories or other choral works, at-
Its members are student at
the Canal Zone Junior College or
musically-talented adults from
the Canal zone and Panama,
xne orcnestra is made up of mu,
slclans' from the Armed Forces
and from the Canal Zona and
Panama.,,,..,'.,
The soloists for the chorus'
presentation tonieht will be Mrs;
Edwin C; Webster, soprano; Mrs,
Harom Aaoipn. mezzo soprano;
James B. Baxter. Jr., tenor;, and
Robert U., Schultz, bass. Earl Cf

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accompaniment. t

p Vessels Flyiriigv
Convenience Flags'
Tied Up Stateside

The "flags of convenience" boycott continued to bf
imperceptible on the Isthmus today.
The Liberian-flag freighter Marian P. Billups sailed
from Cristobal this morning after discharging cargo un uneventfully
eventfully uneventfully at Dock 6. The Panamdrflag freighter Cali
worked normally at Cristobal yesterday.
A Panama Canal spokesman said today it is still too
early to determine whether Canal transits will be affect affected
ed affected by holdups resulting from the boycott called in 62 na nations.
tions. nations. ..-..
The Panamd CanalV stevedores are not affiliated
with the unions which cajled the boycott,
' Meanwhile about 75 "flags of convenience" ships iii
Amerjcdn ports were tie'd up today in the boycott, oceord
ingtb UP!. 7
Teamsters and ionashoremen failed to nui

Ifi'nes set up by seaYnen in most United States ports and

in lunie lurciqn porrs.
The National Maritime
unions involved, said the first

states dicates.an elective blow hes itzn e-'ftht

runaway ship operators.'
least sitf-ships ip New Yorkfand
4viu- uieuiueiB piceiwi7
one in Portland,, Ore.
In Europe, some ships were
boycotted at mot majori ports
but not alway8 with success. The
boycott was termed 'effective"
In most British ports.'
Target of the boycott were
vessels flying the LiberianJ Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, Honduran and Costa
Rican flags. j,
-The Seafarers' International
Union (SIU) was a co-sponsor of
the demonstrations in the Unit United
ed United States but the world-wide
boycott, planned to last through
Thursday, was called by the In International
ternational International Transport Workers
Federation.
The federation had called on
affiliate unions in 62 countries
to boycott ships flying the
"flags of convenience" of the
four countries. Owners regis registering
tering registering under the four flags en enjoy
joy enjoy tax benefits and labor reg regulations
ulations regulations the unions .consider
below standard.
Pickets set up lines around two
Honduran-registered vessels in
Tampa, Fla., In a nationwide
move to recapture union Juris Jurisdiction
diction Jurisdiction over the "runaway
fleet." .......
Members of the Seafarers In International
ternational International Maritime Union
picketed the docks where the
Mizpah and Kirkeo were tied up.
They claimed the two ships were
part of the "runaway fleet." de described
scribed described as American-owned ves
sels registered .under foreign
flags to escape labor standards
imrjosed aboard U.S.-feglstered
Shirts.'
The local botentt of ships
flying so-called Flags of Con Con-venlence.
venlence. Con-venlence. scheduled to ran for
three more days, was riven a
premature f uneraMn Hotter Hotter-dam
dam Hotter-dam todav following a "disap "disap-polntin
polntin "disap-polntin Winning.
Reports from other shrpnlng
centers around the world Indi
cated the boycott was at least
partially successful elsewhere'i
anH in some places was com
pletely effective. Mv
Ironlcallv Rotterdam is where
the worldwide, four-day bovcott
was initiated bv the I"ternatlon.
si Transport Workers Federation,
and where Omer Becu. a Belgian
and secretary-general of the
federation, came to direct the
International effort.
Dutch labor leaders haitea tne
boycott in Rotterdam after fine
day; becsuse of what they called
"the first May's disappointing
results."
The failure of the boycott at
Rotterdam was a major blow
1 Year Suspended,
For Bacon Theft
Margaret Mary Taylor, 40,
Panamanian, was found guilty
at Balboa Magistrates Court to today
day today of stealing two pounds, of
bacon, the property of the Pan
ama Canal company, '-valued at
aporoxlmateiy ji.io.
Judce John E. Demini sus
pended imposition i of sentence
and placed Taylor on probation

for a yeat.

f ;

Union (NMU), one of the t
day's action i,i ths Unit-? 1

talhrfedetaUoaV; te
cause Roiterdanliaveohsidered"'
the portNnoM favored by thi
blaeUtoedhips.
Dutch labor leaders credited
the failure to fear bv dock work
ers of retaliation by their em
, j .
In addition, the boycott seem,
ed to be on somewhat shaky le legal
gal legal ground following a court de decision
cision decision in Amsterdam blocking
any boycott there.
Other ports around the world
reported varyinr degrees of
effectiveness of the boycott.
The United States and Cana.
da were among; the nations
where the action was most ef effective.
fective. effective. u,111!8!111 Prts ne boycott
blocked the unloading of a num
ber of the blacklisted ships at all
Port, except Hull, where dock
workers Ignored the urgirigs of
their union and proceeded to
upload two ships.
Eight ships were picketed in
Baltimore, is in New Orleans
and Baton Rouge.
In other world ports the boy boycott
cott boycott was reported only partially
successful, one reason .was that
many of the "runaways" wera
delaying their arrival In port
until after the end of the boy boycott.
cott. boycott. No ships, for example, were
In Scandinavian ports. None- art
yet reported In New York;
Union members claim thai
owners, especially In the Cnlti
ed States, are evading were
standards bv hiring lower-paid
crews m weir "runaway"
British and Scandinaviart p p-erators
erators p-erators are also known to be
concerned because the runaway
fleets present them with "low "low-cost
cost "low-cost competition.
Fearg have been expressed be because
cause because revenue from shipping
fleets Is an important source of
revenue for these countries.
Executive Flushed
Brace Of Burnlars
In Balboa OlficeV
Two men who broke into the
field office of Bildon Inc. in
Balboa 'ndustriar area but who
were surprised by an executive of
the company; before they -T could
take anything were each seatenc
ed to a year in the penitentiary by
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe at U.S.
District Court at Ancon todays
They were Orlando Brown. 2&.
Costa Rican and Jose Luis Furnil,
zz, Panamanian. n i 1
It was stated that the executive
had called the police immediste immediste-ly
ly immediste-ly after surprising the men, !ia
were caught' by a patrol car offt offt-cer
cer offt-cer on a nearbytail track a ted
minutes late.

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POTTER AND NAVAS
Sir:-'
Today I would like to commend a great American

Gov. William E. Potter.
Panamanians were told by the governor that the Canal Zone is
not a captive market, and that any money they made from selling
their wares there would have to be earned. For showing them how
they could increase their production and consequently their volume
of sale, to the Canal Zcne, he was lambasted from all angles, includ including
ing including the press and deputies of the National Assembly with the sole
exception of Deputy Victor Navas.
Navas is one of the few deputies who really earns his $750 per
month. He is also one of few who really works for the benefit of the
nation. Besides being deputy on different occasions, he has occupied
several Cabinet posts in different administrations. Unlike certain
deputies who never take part in any of the debates, and who are
only at the conference table to make up numbers, he is always in
thfire fighting for a just cause.
Potter explained at the Chamber of Commerce meeting that a
Urge amount of Panamanian beef had to be repected because too
many animals are crammed into one truckload. and not rested from
their departure from Chiriqui until their arrival at the abbatoir to
Ms slaughtered. On several occasions I have seen two or three ani animals
mals animals on the deck of the truck, and the others trampling them. That
is the quality beef that the Canal Zone rejects, and we in Panama
have to buy because health standards in Panama are at a very low
level, if at any level at all. .
At the Centro Comercial, there is the Chiriqui Cattle Society,
tfhioh airlifts beef daily, and is sold at five cents less for the differ different
ent different cuts, while at the other marke's which sell bruised beef, the
price is higher. I think it is significant that airlifted meat can be
sold at a lower price. One would naturally think the opposite.
When Potter made his speech he was told by cattlemen pre present
sent present that there was ndt enough grazing land for cattle. I would say
there is enough, but the greater part of the grazing land is fenced
off. by well-to-do politico. Furthermore, I do not think high grade
bjeef can be achieved by letting cattle loose on the pasture to feed on
guinea grass alone.
During one of the National Assembly sessions, Navas was the
Oily; deouty who agreed with Potter. As a reward he was chewed
out by hi colleagues. Deputy David Samudio even went as far a
lb insult him personally. The President of the Assemblv then had
1ie Secretary read Article No. 107 ot the National Constitution lin lin-rterthe
rterthe lin-rterthe section of the Legislative Organ that rpads as follows: The
djeontie, once elected, renreent the whole nation and re not fb fb-5eeteH
5eeteH fb-5eeteH to anv mandate and nhpv what their conscience dictate. De Deputy
puty Deputy Harmrlio Arnsemena Forte th?n suspend that hefore the ses ses-sjfon
sjfon ses-sjfon was adiournd. th dtpnt" who rhewd Navas out should make
om sort of apology. No such apology was ever made during the
session.

Then came Deputy Baby Aleman's blastHo the effect that Pan-Anel-cam
e:S 7 "in ii, ranal Zone better pasteurized

milk-,uga IXP which re lin Sld in
ttnmtan territory He has admitted tacitly that the Panaman Panaman-tfwammiaB
tfwammiaB Panaman-tfwammiaB wnwiy. llh1ip., health, because if

KT.: h..Tth sundards that Panamanian products

t

MIC UIB Utaivu oi.w .j.u t U- T

hav iufr.t in th Canal Zone, should De complied vmnu.

' """Z.?. A .,.t,i. u;.h mialitv Panaman an nro-

-v.;ui seam o" r ",:a.,A. it- i-V0n
ttucU fold t th Zone? meet the highest health standards at CHap
prices. Then, the Panlmanian producers sell their own: pwle an another
other another version of the same product without meeting any rigid health
standards, and at exorbltknt prices. .
Aleman suggested that a Communist Party be formed in Pan Panama
ama Panama so that Uncle Sam would pay much more attention to Panama.
It seemed much as if the deputies present agreed with him, because!
not once voice of disapproval was heard. I can vouch for that because
I was listening to the session on the radio until it was adjourned.
; Why won't Panama do something to improve the standards of
living of the poorer class? T
Title 3, under the title of work. Article 65 of the National Constl Constl-ution
ution Constl-ution Mates clearly: The law will establish the way to adjust period periodically
ically periodically the salarv or minimum wage with the object om improving the
standard of living of the work, with attention to the particular cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances of each region and of each industrial activity, commer commercial
cial commercial or agricultural.
This article also is not being complied with.
Title XI, National Economy, Article 236: All combinations, con contracts
tracts contracts or actions whatsoever in commerce or industry which, tend to
restrict or prevent free commerce and competition, and which pre prejudice
judice prejudice the public interest in the manner of a monopoly, are prohib prohibited.
ited. prohibited. Included in the prohibition is the rjerson of one person ex exploiting
ploiting exploiting a chain of retail establishments in a wav that makes ruinous
or eliminated competition from small merchants and industrialists.
Any company or syndicate or contract or action which has the ob object
ject object of establishing monopolistic practices may be brought before
fh ronrt which will retmlate the actions involved.

A most elegant suoermarket. was inaugurated in October. The

dwners, in direct contravention of the Constitutional orovision cited
above, already have a chain of five other supermarkets. Why has
tha Government allowed the constitution to be so flagrantly violated?

. The great majority of Panamanian citizens ignores Chapter 4
of our Constntutifci, National Culture, Article 78 that reads as fol follows:
lows: follows:
, Primary Education is obligatory. Kindergarten, primary and
secondary in all grades and types shall be free. The fact of kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten and primary education being free places upon the State the
obligation to make available to the pupil all the implements that will
be pecessary for learning. The fact of secondary education being
free does not impede the establishment of a right of matriculation.
; During 1934 when I began attending primary school, we, the
pupils were furnished with textbooks for all subjects at the begin-
Sing of the school term. The books had to be returned at the end of
ie school year. There was no charge whatsoever, excepting in case
f Joss.
f'.Now the textbooks to be all bought by the parents at exorbitant
prices. I will cite a typical example of how this skullduggery works:
A parent has two children in school. One is in his last year in pri pri-jmary,
jmary, pri-jmary, the other, his first year in secondary. When the first one
completes his primary and is going to his first year in secondary, the
took that were used the year before will be of no use, because eve eve-Jnfljrofessor
Jnfljrofessor eve-Jnfljrofessor makes his own setup. The parent then has to spend an another
other another set of money for new books.
; All this can b eliminated if the Ministry of Education works hy
a standard system.
L.F.D.

By VICTOR RIKSEL

If you peered real sharply
through the murky atmospnere
surrounding Richard Nixon's visit
to foggy old London town, you
could have seen his presidential
strategy showing. No man evpr
did the course between the Savoy,
the Strand, Buckingham Palace,
Embankment, lovely Mayfair and
gracious "Little Amer.ca (Gros (Gros-venor
venor (Gros-venor Square) in fewer available
hours yet at the last minute con conservative
servative conservative Dick Nixon added talks

with British labor leaders to hit
schedule.

This marked the beginning ol
the Vice President's shift to the,
left-of-center of bis old friends in
the GOP. It was the start of a
neutralizing public relations cam campaign
paign campaign to scrape off the ultra-coi-servative
label the American lab

or chiefs have plastered on him.
The drive will pick up speed and

lose the subtlety of the maneuver

in Britain as Nixon organizes his
forces for the I960 national Re Republican
publican Republican convention.

There are those in uick iNixon s

joint chiefs of strategy who be believe
lieve believe this tactic is the only way
to head off Nelson Rockefeller.

For there are few who do not be

lieve that the New York governor-

elect is a candidate for the presi presidency
dency presidency in '60.

' Furthermore, strange as it

seems now, Mr. Rockefeller will
have such a friendly reception

in labor circles during tne next
two years that he will arrive at

the GOP national nominating con

clave with the reputation for be being
ing being the only Republican who can

win union members votes.
This is not as odd as it sounds.
Insiders, who are scientists in the
political laboratories, reason it
this way:
You must start with the fact
that the practical politicians in inside
side inside labor need some Republican

officials as friends to prove that

labor is bi partisan. Otherwise
labor can be as badly hurt in tne
next national election as it was
successful in the recent one.
In the highest labor circles to today,
day, today, as they analyze the past poll,
they are gleeful over their whop whopping
ping whopping victory but disturbed, too.
They acknowledge to themselves
that it is not polit.cally healthy to
be branded as the "boss" of the
Democratic Party.
They know that they are the
balance of power bloc,, and even
the dominant foace, in some a a-reas,
reas, a-reas, right across the U.S. Except
for the south, of course. Even
there they supplied the money
and manpower for effective cam

paigns against the few influential

Republicans.

All this was obvious to the. Staff

of the AFL-Cia Committ,eemPor
litical EducationnCOPE) When it

met the day after election to tal

ly its score card. These techni

cians realized then what their na

tional leaders began discussing

later.

When the nev Congress con

venes, there will be-a huge bloc of

lawmakers who owe their election

to the labor machinery. There is

no doubt that the Republicans will

make much of this. I
The labor leaders don't want;
the "boss" label pinned on them.

They know, and they are saying

to each other, that the American
people always vote against what
appears to be a suddenly success successful
ful successful or suddenly aggressive poaer
bloc. The only way to dissipate
this is to find Republicans wnom
they can support and who will
work with them in the years be between.
tween. between. Unless success spoils Nelson
Rockefeller, he is one such Re Republican.
publican. Republican. Already the labor lead leaders
ers leaders are praising him. Already
some of them have conferred with
members of his braintrust. Al Already
ready Already there is believable talk that
he will name some of the labor

chiefs, or their aides, to state of offices
fices offices and commissions. He does

plan to name several Liberal Par Party
ty Party and New Deal Democrats to
such posts.

Thus the labor people would be

able to point to bi partisanship.
Mr. Rockefeller could stake out
the middle-of-the-road, which1 is
the real inside track at conventions.

And Richard Nixon might find

himself on the outside in this race

uniess ne cnanges nis running

suks tor more nomespun cloth.

One IVASillHGTQH

MerrV-.Go-Round
y DRBW POARSON

"ANOTHER" "&IG E"-Tha Navy'i flrsi'rruclearbwered aircraft carrlerthe USS i Enter-.
prise, is under construction at the Newport News; Vs., naval shipyard. Drawing above; depicts
the carrier under way, while two Navy jets streak past Work on the huge ship has reached
the stage, where shielding for the nuclear reactor, which will power the propulsion machin machinery,
ery, machinery, is being Installed. .J

I'm For Moses
iBy BOB RUARK

I have wondered, in light of the

last several bloody years of world-

w'de insurrection, if one seeks de democracy
mocracy democracy in blood, is it so bad
to retaliate in kind. Especially if

'democracy might be a cloak of

demagoguery. Or a synonym for

a mob s (enthusiasm for des. ruction

and violence.

Cold killing goes on enthusiasti

cally int Cyprus, as the EOKA
calmly plies its murder trade

murder of soldiers, murder of wo women,
men, women, murder of sueh innocent fi

gures as bank managers.

Bombs explode here and mere

as terrorists in jxorin Airica roii

the bombs into cafes under the

dessert carts.

Cuba ou' side of Havana, toward

Oriente, is not safe for man,
beast, or bystander, and that in includes
cludes includes airplanes.

The same mobs In Baghdad

which, cheered tthe defiled bodies

of Premier Nuri and Regent Ab Abdul
dul Abdul Illali, as they were dragged

throueh the streets: the same mob

sters who sacked the mansions of

the murdered King Faisal, again

are cheering. This .time they cheer

the repulse by Premier Abdul Ka
rem' Kathem of, his best buddy's
effort to topple' him. Colonel Aref,
KattenW rightand tin the mur

derous Iraqi coUp,' just got too big

for his britches.

Questions are being asked in the
House of Commons in London, a. a.-ter
ter a.-ter the latest slaughter, and the
imprisonment of one Corporal
Brian Ford for distribution aflti-

EOKA pamphlets, in the midst of

the murders and as a result of
his pregnant wife being threaten threatening
ing threatening by Greeks. But, in the mean meantime,
time, meantime, bank managers and 70-year
old civilians get coolly 'shot by
random terrorists.
The machinery of terrorism
indiscriminate looting, burning,
murder, robbery grinds along
under the guise of liberation.
Bombs are sot off in schoolhouses
or railway stations. Grenades are
lobbed though shop windows.
Houses and roads are booby-trapped.
Always it seems that the inno innocent
cent innocent die, and when massive retalia retaliation
tion retaliation results, more innocent's die.
More and more it seems, that
terrorism is merely i. mob calis calis-thenic,
thenic, calis-thenic, an' exercise for the excit excitable,
able, excitable, used callously by opportun
ists who in turn rend each other
in a selfish grab for power. 1
Democracy in the best sense is
government, by the people, for the
people. So the Egyptians throw
out silly King Farouk to get Na Na-guib
guib Na-guib and npw.they wind up, with
an-4'nsia8titt? lUiaWAltf
has done more .than Hitler to dis-
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NOTICE

HIELO SECO, S.A. DRYICf IN$.'
There will be a generarmeetlng of STOCKHOLDERS ,Va
on Wednesday, December 17, 1958 t 4 p.m. v '
JULIO E. AMADO, Secretary,

Sir:

RIDING THE SCHOOL BUS

DONATE WINDOW

ijlm, uermany (UPI)-A new

stained glass window donated by
the U.S. Army's 47th Regiment

was unveiled -in 'Ulm Cathedral

yesterday U.S. and West German

officials and clergymen attended

the ceremonies at the cathedral

whose 528-foot spire is tha highest

in Europe.

The letter signed "Mother" (Mall Box. Nov. 25) made what

jwe consider to be some pretty twisted statements. For Instance:
''Perhaps if some of the tortures inflicted upon seventh grade
)oys were brought to light. ."
t It Is the plural "boys" that we take Issue with. So far as
Sve know there Is only one boy In Diablo who has received such
treatment as "Mother" mentions, and only one parent who haa
Complained officially of conduct on the buses. If. of all the pu pupils
pils pupils who ride the buses, only one is on the receiving end of such
Conduct as "mother" suggests, could It be that the recipient,
Jiowever unwittingly, might in some way invite such treatment?
Semes that however plural "Mother" may think the vic victims
tims victims are, someone considers the responsibility party to be sin singular.
gular. singular. One boy has been called four times to the office of Bal Bal-3oi
3oi Bal-3oi High School principal T. F. Hotz as a result of complaints,
11 from the same source. He had his privileges revoked for two
jweeks. This boy may not be any angel, but we hardly think
,that, In the events under discussion, the fault lies so totally In
;ne quarter.
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turb the world orior to aelobal

con lict. Bui nownere -h'ave the peo people
ple people benefited either in government
pr in, popular advantage.
Has India improved since it
came free of wicked. British con control?
trol? control? ' '
Is Ireland anyhappier since the
charming days of bomb-chucking
by the IRA and bloody retaliation
by the Black and Tans?
Is Cyprus a singing symphony
of joy, and has North Africa per per-cepibly
cepibly per-cepibly brightened?
Cound you really have called the
Mau Mau activity, in Kenya an out
burst of democratic aim?
It seems to me that there Is
only' ona ? answer to force-rand
that is force. Regret able as it may
seem, I follow the. tenets of an old
English gentleman on a grouse
moor in Scotland.
Somebody had been shooting
carelessly, and had spattered a
iriend in a neighboring butt with
bird shot. ; The; 'old : gentleman,
tweed-hatted, : knickerbockered,
Bri'ish to the qore stood up and
announced: j
. "If I am shot even by accident
in my station, I can -assure you
Ithat I shall follow an old family
tradition and. fire backul' ,
I am with the eeu'leman. all the

aemocracy o-.a-srruggie. tor. iree iree-doni
doni iree-doni freedom from what, and
fori whom? is ". s,till mnrder,
and t have long since eeased bleed-

ung for the mobs who: are -em-Dloved
a thuffu hv trennla.whn.se

; whole plan is personal powet, not
fldeilim.::'V y :-'

f slf vthe:' Mosaic 1w;murt' The in invoked
voked invoked against indiscrimlr,ate ter ter-ror,I
ror,I ter-ror,I say, invoke it,. My" grouse
Shooing British friend, and I are

for. Moses. -r

' WASHINGTON There ; WQD't

au new uiu u.uij Wiui sta
wuen the next 4. ft t. Juiy rolls a
round. -'
rteason: the flag-making Indus,
try has been sna.uea by tut) quib quibbling
bling quibbling of the treMen-'m Flag moiA
uiaion over the, design: of the
new Hag. As a reson, uie uation'a
10 chiei flag producers nava lam
.If most ot their empioyet. r
Part of the quibbling nas involv involved
ed involved not just the. attta car ior Alas Alaska,
ka, Alaska, but how a .Oih Jtar ior Haw Hawaii
aii Hawaii should li. into the new design.
This has bothered the Flag Com Commission
mission Commission even though Congress
hasn't as yet approved statehood
ior Hawaii. i:-';
., Flag-makers sea no reason why
the President and his commission
should not have been ready with

tne so-star design months ago,

shortly after Alaskan statehood

was approved by Congress on Ju

ly 3,

As a result, Industry' spokesmen

say tnat tne new flag cannot pos

sibly be in volume production for
ceremonials: next-: summer,' even

if Congress approves the White

House design early in January.

They point out that flag-making is

not fine on the assembly line, but

is a tremendous piecework lob.

Display flags are turned out b

skilled seams.tresses on individual

sewing machines. Stars are sewn

on most outdoor, flags usually

cotton or rayon but embroidered

on the more ornamental indoor

flags, usually' rayon or nylon.

It takes the flag industry about

eight months to get foUy'tboled
up" for a new flag. Involving; mil

lions of replicas for 1 pubhVand pubhVand-private
private pubhVand-private use and' ranging' in stand standard
ard standard sizes of from 4-by-6 inches to

20-by3O1feet. .v!Uvy' ij;ifrt-(il;.r;J

SILLY GRAHAM AT CLINTON
,: ;. I ', tfifrin.-;.
When certain prominept people
were hemming," hawing, and hang
ing back about taking, a firm, stand
against bombing schools, churches
and synagogues, Rev. Billy Gra Gra-ham
ham Gra-ham sent a telegram to this -writer
which read in part: ..
"Am shocked and disturbed ov over
er over bombing of synagogues church
es, and schools.. This. type, of thing
is what brought. Hitler to power in
Germany. I am delighted you are
helping to ralljs. leaders of all
walks of life to take a ; strong

stand to discourage the w;V of

bombing. Will do all in my, pow

er to assist. Gladly lend my name

TO PRObUCE TACANi

XOS NGELES .(UPII. -. Hoff-

mani Electronics. Cofp.- has re-

cetyeo; ;a v-33 ;'imon dollar Air
Force-' contract for development

and, production of tacan, (tactical
air navigation) equipment.

j)" J""" ''

The beginnings of Ihe Grand

Canal of C h in a eonnectinf
Hangchow with Tientsin, were
made about 2,500 years ago.
The 900-mile long waterway
was. npt finally completed; un
til about 1300 A.D.i For a long
time the Grand Canal was tha
main means of communication
in Eastern China. A vast net network
work network f canal systems still fur
nishej. the; chief means of in inland
land inland transportation China.

O Saereloaedia rttu

on committee for. campaign.'.'

The dynamic evangelist who has
inspired millions has : now gone
one step further., At the reaues

he wiu bold a service m ine .gym .gymnasium
nasium .gymnasium of the Clinton high school
which escaped being' dynamited.!
a On-, Dec, (14, within, the shadoiv
off the cracked (walls and Sagging
roof of the, .school IMilding; which
was blown no the 'hatemoncers.

Billy Graham will preach on the

subjectof getting along wit hour
fellow- men.
At that time, plans for the re-'
building of th Clinton school will
be announced.

The response from" all 'over the
nation has been so' heart-warming
that the goal is within sight.
If the response continues att he
present rate up un'il Dec. 14, the

rebuilding of the Clinton" school

can be announced as a Christmas

present to the people of that hard
working little community.

APOLOGIES TO VA DIPLOMAT

I owe an apology to the late

Georgi Zaroubin, former Soviet
ambassador to the' United States

who died in Moscow the other day,
Some people will say that it's pret

ty late to apologize how that he's
dead. O'hers will say that no apo apologies
logies apologies should be given: a Soviet

diplomat dead or alive.

However; I'm going to 'print the

fads just the same.

wnen zarounin was first ap appointed
pointed appointed Soviet Ambassador o

Washington, I warned that he

might be plotting to ferret out A

merican secrets in the same man manner
ner manner the Soviet spy ring got atomic
secrets in Canada.
I knew something about -this,
having written the first expose of
the Soviet spy ring in Ottawa.. Za Zaroubin
roubin Zaroubin was in the Ottawa legation
at that time, though he said the
knew nothing about the espionage.
. Gradually Zarpubin won the

' - i --. rS(-'

oiuiuence or American diplomats. i
hey concluded tha. he was a ';'
ret y good guy and wanted o
,,et along wkn the Untied States.
remained somewhat suspicious.

learncH fr.tm on i,nlicr,.ki..

reliable source, that Zaroubin had ;

ubcb arguing among so vie; nioc
diplomats in Washington tha the
Lnited .Stages had given commit
and 1 sincere cooperation to Bus.
si a during the wir nrf th 4rUnA

ship could be, established ,onc

a'-. : r -'js.-.-.'i !? t:,--.;(-

He ci'ed the now almost fcra
ten fact that the Soviet govefv
ment'Waa pivnn iiuaIiIIv 1,11

& reservation Inside, the Penta

gun irom wracn u couia send r.g
own coded radio messages to Mns v

COW. This suite of .room, inciri

the Pent a eon nH c.i..

guard.. No American could en'er.

the Kremlin for Amriin

. F 1..U.....U
trou' ji

' Zaroubin contrasted this ; war1
time coopera ion with the auspi auspi-cionytf
cionytf auspi-cionytf today and argued 'to .hit,
Soviet colleagues that this cooper ation
could be re-established. Wa
he said, was not necessary. v
s RACKiN li I'fUNO? ' 'f
I Ex-Gov, J. Bracken Lee'of V
tah, who ran f ot ihe Senate on a
plat orm .of abolishing income tax-
es and.the'drafl jnay be in trou-
,Lle pver his campaign expenses. '"
Utalli law forbids a candidate to
spend more than 14000 In an 'elee
tiofl Cflmnaltrn Mni.villir ntiM

dates get 'around' this by letting

contribution?. Kowpvai1 T..nii.

ci-ert Ontrihi(tion liu li.unit.n..

aus. ana promised personal letters
missiles is continuins.

At a result ; ,h i

knowledged receipt, of more than"

naMl limit.' ft. -,...h

' SPACI 1ICKKRING' ?
The bickering over rorketc nd

missiles in continuing. ; ,

-jr. .enn -wennan, chief of the
new Federal Space Agency, has
appealed to Eisenhower to give
him more authority .over military

projects. He complained to Ika

that the Space Agency is running

iincr icoisiaiive irom ue AT
mv Nivil nH th. 11.

'ntnnart. Wont fi iUm .t.1

ArmV'i hnlHsfl, tnicil t-. .v

Huntsville, ,AIa.; ttst jet propulsion
yabaratory at Pasadena, Calif.:

the Signal Corps : Laboratory at
FortrMonmouthj' NtJ'.irnd th (
NYiJeStatioii;'phin JLake,
i -This has provoked .enraged pro pro-testa
testa pro-testa from the Pentagon, v-
However. Glannan ie rWarmln.

ed that, hiiiiwyilian agency shall
control i alL nap ; raaaarah' 'i'4nt'

So Jie has 'called an if.lsnhnwr

to intervene.:' ., ; .,

GARCIA TOVISIT JAPAM
- MANILA (UPI)-President Car.

los Garcia said yesterday he

foresaw "new era of friend

ship" between Japan and the

rniuppines as a result 01 nis
state visit to Japan which began

todays The Philippine chief ex executive
ecutive executive will be accompanied by
his wife and top Philippine ecc-

noic and foreign relations ex

pens. :

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Soma wives think lhay should
hove a dishwashing mochlpa
thar; trunk rtay morried ora),
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WASHINGTON PIPLIINf
Carraetlan: Senator elect Eugen
McCarthy was scheduled to fly to
the NATO meeting, but after be
ing elected to the Senate, drop drop-ped
ped drop-ped out. He is ,at home getting'
ready for his tough job in the Sen Senate..
ate.. Senate.. .Premier Khrushchev is re reported
ported reported having second thoughts a a-bout
bout a-bout how far to go in pushing ha
Allies out of Berlin, American dip diplomats
lomats diplomats deport they have IBood evi evidence
dence evidence that Khrushchev is now
worried. This explains the myste
rious delay in handing notes to
the western ambassadors... Ber-1
lin's embattled Mayor, Willy
Brand',1 told Senator Humphrey
of Minnesota during- a priva'o
meeting last week that ihe1 Ber Berlin
lin Berlin crisis may turn out to be
good thng. If the Americans
tand firm,; Brandt said, if could
lead to serious negotiations for t v
final settlement. 'V v

PORTIPY POSITION
JERUSALEM,; Israeli, Sectpif
(UPI) The Israeli Foreign Minis-
try said today it had a United
Nations report showing Syria had
"fortified and fenced'; 'it position
inside a demilitarized zone. Israel
demanded th .'U,N.,i Israeli-Syrian
Armistice '' Commission; arrangt
for demolition, of the defense net- f

work on the west bank ,. of tha

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liigjfi' scftbof jifttr; racilylngr a call. An alemantary school W at tha tubjact of a; tfireai'at Tuesday, jnHarrisonburg f

,. t;(U)ouri wy wiiurin w u oi uwi. concerning nicnmona, Acaaemy,- Tns largeST
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f Calfthis, nijjtureafl f whichs;haya proven.falsa, hava been jiumarousthjroug

MeaiswWlevthe trial jft v
Jewish Temple fe begai. aftr
a ruling -thatitbey, mua be tried

Xne imt'Deimaaui, ; v
9nt on trial was George Alien
i Bright." one of five indicted on
i char ge! that tMd hrteg the
death penalty ..W';-.
Th ifin immediately ask

ed that t;.f gMt'BcWhfr

he tnrown out .tin gruunuii wv
Via tanr linger wMch ll WaS ilt

dieted were VBconstitutlohail,

DOtn reaerauy. nu u(o
Defense.counsel James venaWe
iviuu t.ht the laws cited In the

Indictment discriiate .aalnst

persons -to; certain, seewpps .. qi
the state because the -.statutes
Involve violence only..within fiM
limits.
He- said -the laws also. dM not
spell out tat any way that church
buildings wre included- toy a
phrase in one law making it a
capital crime to- homb a' house
inside a'dty. .- .
The men" also' were indicted
under a law which provides the
death penalty .'cnJife imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment for" the -wllfull destruction
of a occupied dwelling, store-

CAA Speeding Up
Efforts To Expand
Air Navigation

WASHlNGtQN" ttJPlfThe 2(TiV.''

u Aeronsuucs Auminirpuan
(CAA) said MoudaV It Wt "speed "speeding
ing "speeding up efforts to expand air navi navigation
gation navigation facilities. r ' 1
James ,T. Pyle,s CA adminis adminis-trator,
trator, adminis-trator, made .the f statement ja
signirtg a'coritraetir with federal
Electric ,iC(tooraonJJtd' instil

y and tesj; ground .yorjeae, siawons.

f, vortae 11 4ysiem ot snori snori-ranse
ranse snori-ranse navigation which gives the
pilQt- of. an equipped : plane, two
sourtes ? of-, bearing Information,
and, alio' tells him the-distance
to the Vortac station to which he
. is tuned.,.
Pyle aid the CAAsnoV has-nine
Vortac stations commissioned and
26 operating.1 on test, It plans to
haye 258 installed, tested and
ready for commissioning by next
June 30.
Undr the contrict with Fed Federal
eral Federal Electric, the firm will ro ro-vide
vide ro-vide engineers "and, technicians to
Install and -test the 'Yortac equip-ment-
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SIGN PURCHASE.PACI ;
MIDLAND, Mc.Un) r-Ujow
Chemical yCo,fann6unced U has
signed, ii agreement for .the pur pur-ichagif
ichagif pur-ichagif of portion of 1U'benzcne
requirement"fro;nr,the, Soviet Un Union.,
ion., Union., Unofficial source sirt the
purchases woujd involve- $13,500, $13,500,-000
000 $13,500,-000 over, the next iwo vears. Do Domestic
mestic Domestic benzene-' 'ctirrentlvv brines
bout 3X;rent(t pllnn a against
25 cents for the Sovief grade.

house, barn, depot or any other

house of business or lodging
within the limits of any town. -V
At the outset of the trial,
Jndge Durwood Pye warned
Vanable sternly thai "the Jew Jewish
ish Jewish faith Is not on trial here."
' The judge refused defense re-

fluestsh that the Jewish Anti-De

tarnation League be required to
produce a list of its contributors,
and that Atlanta newspapers
and a radio-TV station, submit
advertising fecofds showing ac accounts
counts accounts controlled by Jews.
Attorneys.; for Rabbi Jacob
Rothschild agreed willingly to
produce a full. membership list of
the; tEemple which i the house
of worship of the Jewish Benev

olent organization. i j.

Defendants Wallace H.- Allen,
Bright, Kenneth Chester Grifflff.

Robert Boiling and Richard Boil Boiling
ing Boiling have been in custody with without
out without privileg of bail' since their
arrest bf late. October. 1

' A "big charge of dynamite :
ripped the rear of the Temple
in the early morning hours of
Oct. 12,' a Sundays It was one
of a series of similar blasts In,
large southeastern cities dur during
ing during tbe:yearf ;4
The five men were arrested

duringr aniinvesUgatibn) -wM

with the cooperation of the Fed

eral Bureau of investigation and
authorities In other cities cov covered
ered covered much of the Eastern Seat

board.-:' .;-!; wc.:.'s

Investlgatofa said they -gather,
ed Information about related an-
tl-Jewlsh.f jroups" in several ci cities.
ties. cities. "' -' ''
But no arrests have been mftde

ui iiuuuvuic, miaou,, tjirmmg

been placed.1

Defense attorneys have sub-

penaed 'officials of Atlanta

Newspapers, Inc. publishers of

tne morning constitution and

evening Journal.

The lawyers said they wanted
to use articles written about the
bombing in Qualifying 1 Jurors,
and also desired Information a a-bout
bout a-bout the newspaper advertising

ham and Nashville nor in other'of firms under Jewish ownership,

Recession Fails

To Derail Xmas

Bonuses In US
NfiW YORK (UPI)-The races-'

sion : failed to- derail Christmas

Bonuses, tne muonai inausmai

Conference Board said Monday.

The board said it loun dthat

the crimp in business activity
yadt little effect; ; on bonks plans

amonrw American- .firms that

distributed bonuses last year.
Of that number, 68 plan to go
ahead with their bonus plans this

year, while only six said they

definitely were being disconti discontinued,
nued, discontinued, the board said. The others
were undecided. A'
The board laid that some of

the .; firms surveyed planned to
distribute, "Christmas bonuses to

fewer e ployes this year. One
said that this was 'because of a
profit-sharing plan rcently in installed.
stalled. installed. ..

Th board said all but three of;

tha 110 fipmi hav distributed

bonuses at Christmas "for at least

10 -( yars! while two-fifths have
Riven them from 10 to 80 years.
Seven of the firms have given
Christmas bonuses for 40 years or
more, the board, said.
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MEMBERS OF SCOTS COMMUNITY ENTERTAINED
Y AMBASSADOR AND LADY HENDERSON
The British Ambassador and Lady Henderson entertained
it a. dinner party bunday evening for members of the Scots
lommunity In Panama in celebration of SC Andrew s Night.
Toasts were drunk to the Queen of England and to the Pres President
ident President of Panama, and a toast to "Bonnie Scotland" was propos proposed
ed proposed ill a speech by Mr. Fred Wedje who, as guest of honor, rep rep-tesehted
tesehted rep-tesehted England.
Haggis, tht Scots national delicacy, was flown here from
Scotland especially for the occasion. Records of bagpipe music
Idded to the theme of the celebration.

ltt Reserve Ladiea
'Ian' Meeting, Party
Members of the Ldies' Auxiha Auxiha-y,
y, Auxiha-y, Unit 77, of the Fleet Rese
vssociation at Rodman Naval Sta Sta-ion
ion Sta-ion I have planned a monthly
neeting, to be combined with a
Ihrtstmas par.y this evening.
All members are invited to at at-end'the
end'the at-end'the even at 7:30 at the Vet Vet-rant
rant Vet-rant of Foreign Wars Clubhouse
It Cocoli.
Imbassadors To Play
t mrican Legion Danct
Pot One of the American Le Le-ionwill
ionwill Le-ionwill sponsor a dance Friday
fcentng at '.he Legion Club at
ort! Amador, Vice Commander
fern. Sawyer has announced.
The dance, to start at 8 p.m..
WU feature music by the Air
Forije combo "The Ambassadors."
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IAWC Croup To Prepare
Christmas Packages
Members of the Committee Asi Asi-lo
lo Asi-lo Bolivar or the Intcr-A.me:ican
Women's Club will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning to prepared packag packages
es packages for the committee's annual
Christmas parly for the residents
of the home.
The meeting is scheduled for
10 a.m. to noon a' the home of
Mrs. Lolitin P. de Boyd.
Parents Meeting Wednesday
At Balboa School
Parents having children enrolled
in special education lasses at
Balboa Elementary school will
meet Wednesday evening at 7:30
in Room 109 at the school.
Mrs. Glo-ia Bullock will be
Students To Show
Floral Exhibits
At Balboa YMCA
Mrs. John D. McElheny, wife
of the Lieu enanl Governor o" '.he
Canal Zone, -will cut the ribbon
which will open the flower show
at the Balboa YMCA-USO Mon Monday
day Monday evening at 7:30.
The ilowe show marks the
completion of the course which
Mrs. Pat Morgan has conducted
at the "Y" on Monday mornings
for eight weeks. The studen's will
place three entires, one in each
category cut-flowers, fruit and
vegetable, and dried and exotic
arrangement, in competition for
awards. In addition there will be
many attractive and unusual
Christmas arrangements on exhi
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Thet, show is open to the: public.

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chairman for the parents group,
and James M. Wolf, coordinator
of special education, will be the
principal speaker.
Persons interested in forming a
parents' group for handicapped
children are Invited to attend to
morrow's meeting.
(CONTINUEP ON PAGI FIV!)
tan notice, tor iaclusiee in tkla
column should be submitted m
rva-written turn end mailed e
the boa number listed dally in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise ei delivered
a hind to the office. Notieea art)
meetings cannot be accepted bt
leieniieae.
Coco Soto Sodality
Tua Coca. Solo Catholic worn
en's Sodali y" will hold Hi month
lv meeting this evening at 8 o'
clock at the home of Mrs. Ginny
Dore, Qtrs. D 3, Coco Solo Naval
Stalion.
Members are reminded to bring
cifis to exchange during the io
cial following the short business
meeting.
Kniflhts of St. Paul
The Knights of St. Paul will
have a special meeting tomorrow
evening at 7:30 at SI. Paul's
Church.
IAWC Directors. Chairmen
The board of directors and the
chairmen of committees of the
Inter-American Women's Club will
meet tomorrow morning at 9:30
at the club office at the Tivoli
Guest House. .
Curundu Women's Club
The Curundu Women's Club will
have business meeting tomorrow
morning at 9 a.m. at the Curun Curundu
du Curundu Community Building. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served.
GETS OVER CONTRACT
NEW YORK (UPI) Allied
Chemical Co. annoounced over hhe
weekend it has been awarded a
$6 million contract bv J nes a
Laughlin Steel Corp. to engineer
and build 59 coke ovens.
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Diana Don and her current mus
cle-man. Dicky Dawion, plan to
marry in Italy in February. At
the moment curvy Diana u nav
ing large troubles with the British
income tax boyi and can t aiiora
to marry during 1958. .Look for
tighter security measures in offi
cial U.S. space circles; there've
been far too many leaks lately,
and some obviously have been due
tc lax security methods. .Actress
Elaine Stewart -and Dr. Herman
Piatt of Los Angeles aire about to
ready an announcement about an
alleged "secret marriage suppo
ed to have been performed.! a t
December. The Santa Monica set
gives credence to the reports. de
pite the "no comment" attitude of
the principles. .The producers of
fha KrABTurav-kstimH f'WhMin ITV
are working like mad on singer
Sylvia Syrftj' accent. They fear she
sounds more like a calypso chant
than Tn)i. ..rf .h.. ..in.
kposed to be an Indian in the show
. .Edith Piaf now is definitely
set for the Waldorf in January
a tough break for Loui Mariano,
who was penciled into the spot
In case Piaf's illness: prevented
her coming over.
Infancy Valentine, ex-bride of the
Maharaiah of Cooch Behar, is duet
ting with Charles Ryan. .Book .Booksellers
sellers .Booksellers believe the IJz Taylor-Eddie
Fisher headlines killed a large
part of the market for the post
humous biography. "The Nine
Lives of Mike Todd." Early pre
dictions were that the book would
be an Immediate best-seller, but
when the widow became, involved
with Todd's best friend, U became
apparent that the Liz-Mike story
wasn't quite as advertised, and the
daily news stones were more pi piquant
quant piquant than the author's research.
Maureen O'Hara not only charm charmed
ed charmed the cast rehearsing fo" the
Garry Moore TV show but sent
them Into hysterics when she
couldn't remember the lyrics to
her song "My Wilr! Irish Rose".
Selen Walters was the belle who
kissed George., Guinle goodbye
when the wealthy Brazilian took
off or Paris.
Judy Holliday, who has missed
several performances of "Bells
Are Ringing," will take x-ray
treatment for bursitis. She's been
doing the show in such pain the
fast has marveled at her courage
in going on as long as sne did. .
Barbara Cook of "The Music Man"
was another important casualty.
She's just back as Robert Pres
ton s leading lady af'er a bout with
virus. Two understudies took tnmt
playing her role.

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THE VOICE OF:
BROADWAY
by Dorofhy Killgallen

Red Buttons Jias lost 8 pounds
on a neaita food diet. .Myrna
Ley, who. recently announced she
was getting a divorce, is lookintr
for a new Gotham apartment Her
exciting husband Howland Sar
geant, will keep the old one. Play
boy Magazine's "Miss November"
is really a Mrs.---and that's more,
expecting a naoy in we spring.
Greta Tbyssen has been signed
as one of the beautiful people
(splendid casting) in the' Eddie
Dowlipi play, -i. Polly Bergen's co-
siar in me pending comedv-dra
ma. "Faster! fasterl" may be
uarry suiuvan, who was replaced
by Don Ameche in "Goldilocks"
during the musical's out-of-town
run. He's far, better suited to a
show without tongs..
All is not serene backstage at
one of Broadway's great dramatic
show. The other night. lmmecute
ly following the curtain calls, the
stsr a major one siappea ner
leading man with a sound al
most louder than the thunderous
applause out front.. .Bobo Sigfrist
(of recent headlines with Gregs
Juarez and their baby) is being
seen everywhere in London with
Keyen McClory, the producer, and
Their Set expects him to become
her Husband No. 2. ...-,
Julie Newmar gave the custom customers
ers customers at Roseland a thrill the other
night when she decorated the
dance floor, doing a torrid mam
do witn one oi tne dance teachers.
A top-ranking lazz guitarist hss
charged his telephone number to
avoid calls from a famous signer
with a trick name. His wife didn't
appreciate the other lady's exces excessive
sive excessive admiration of her husband's
talents.
It's Funny to see Rosalind Rus Russell
sell Russell and Robert Taylor playing
small roles in the television re-
vial of the movie "West Point of
the Air". .Someone waltzed off
with the instruments belonging to
tne lead and second trumpeters in
the pit band at "May Fair Lady"
it wasn t a lock-breaking iob: the
bold horn-thief was ushered in by
a janitor who mistook him-for one
of the regular member of the or
chestra.
Friends Say Eva Gabor was
deeply affected by Tyrone Power'i
deatn. bhe was his big romance
between jn a'r f g t to Linda
Christian and Debbie Midardos.rr
Steve Allen has written a new pa
triotic song titled "U.S.A.". .The
bar at Lexington and 52d St. that
used to feature a "Rocky Marcia-
no Room" has painted his name
off the sign. Poumuoi?
... also remember

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bickering in is ixs
On lluclosr Tesl Ban
GENEVA (UPI) Russia and
the West put four; weeks of "con "conference
ference "conference i bickering '. behind them
yesterday and buckled down to
"nracucai Discussion : or a nu
clear test ban treaty ; geared to
a supervisory control system.
It was the first concrete step
forward at the East-West talks
which began. Oct.: 31. Russia
broke the deadlock over chow to
approach the issue when it agreed
Saturday to a link, between a lest
ban and a eontrol organization to
police it. The West had insisteit
on connecting the two.- Russia
had demanded that a ban treaty
be worked out first, and then a
control system to prevent sneak
tests.-' : -'r .fevV;:ft;Af-1
The parallel Geneva East-West
conference on ways to prevent
surprise attack remained bogged
down in its fourth week. The
West flatly rejected Soviet plan
of disarmament proposals. It was
rejected two years ago as being
pouucauy inspired, ha 1
But at the test ban parley, U S
Ambassador James J. Wads
worth, -British Delegate David
Orsmby-Gore and Soviet Delegate.
Semyon Tsarapkin were getting
down to business, at the start of
their fifth week, sources reported.
The, sources said r the: secret
meeting Mohdsy was th begin
ning of practical discussions" on
the outlines of a treaty. No final
decisions were -reached Monday
on detailed points.
If successful, it will be the sec
ond eventful East-West meeting
on nuciear .weapons. Last sum summer,
mer, summer, experts from the East and
West 'agreed at Geneva that the
best way to control a test ban
would be by some 170 scientific
stations over the globe.
Pope John Meets
Shah. Of Iran
VATICAN CITV aiPI Pm
John XXIII yesterday received
me bnan ot Molaem Iran with
pomp and ceremony in his first
duuieuce ior a reigning monarcn.
The beisant-hom Pnr i1UH
the Moslem Shah "your imperial
majesty and made a brief
French'laifguage address.
The Pope, 77, told the Shah, 39,
that "it is agreeable for us to
know that vour maiPtv" ha "al.
ways been benevolent as regards
Christian institutions" in Iran.
He also thanked th Shah wtw.
was endine t fiv-dav atat vi.ii
to Italy, for postponing the trip
iasi uciooer Decause ,oi tne latal
illness of Pope Pius XII. Lst
nitht. the Shah left for fiwltier.
land. .,,;iv
DROP VOTING AOS V.
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Prime Minister Solomon W.R.D.
Bindaranaike said the govern government
ment government planned to lower the voting
age in Cevlon from 21 tor lg. He
made the announcement t i nub
ile meeting.
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Pan American World Airways
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Presiding will be Mario J.
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to Latin America y 1 bringing
tourist dollar mtQ the various
countries. much vattentlon : will
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to Latlh American! i bound, for
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' In the group attending, from
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rn Pln and Ienanio Martinez
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Assures Do Csulle
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PARIS, Dec. 2 tUPI) -Premier
Charles de Gaulle appear assur assured
ed assured today ot the greatest power a-

ny Frenchman has held m near
lv OA vtin fn hark hil efforts to

restore France to the. fint fink
among nations,;; '"''
The Rightist landslide in Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's parliamentary election gua-

janieea vt uiuue i uugr mojui mojui-Ity
Ity mojui-Ity in the 5th Republic's first par par-liament.
liament. par-liament. President Rene Coty's an announcement
nouncement announcement that he will not seek
reelection made it virtually cer certain
tain certain that the Premier will become
president Dee. 21.
In Algeria a in France proper,

Sale," which" was organized by the
Committee ot the Society and held
Nov. 15.' jh f
The proceeds, which amounted
to "more than $300, will be sued
lor. the Society's ; charitable acti--yities.
,
i' Memberi of the Society express expressed
ed expressed special thanks to those who
donated articles' for the -aler o
the National Guard for it cooper-ation-ind
to officials of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Railroad, on whose premises
the le was held. -V'0:v;

Rightist! swept the weekend par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary election. Only Setif,!i
marketing and communications
center east of Algiers, elected
candidates that could be consider
ed liberal and they, like the
Rightists, favor toUl integration of
Algeria with France. ft
In Cairo, the Algerian govelrii govelrii-ment
ment govelrii-ment inexile" denounced the bak
loting as "falsified election orga
nized by the French Imperialists."

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road Rail-road roundhouse at Balboa, died
early today in Santo Tomas Hos Hospital.,
pital., Hospital., A native of Barbados, B.W.I.,
he was to years old and a mem member
ber member Of Rose of Panama Lodge No.
463, British Order of Free Gard Gardners,
ners, Gardners, F.S.
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Kings Battle Marlboro
For Loop Lead Tonight;
Clarice Vs. Robinson

ThosCredonbtable Carta Vieja Yankees had the
Panama Professional league in a f our-way deadlock
today and theialk around the loop was that the 1958 1958-59
59 1958-59 season; which got underway Nov. 20 was actually
beginning tonight with all four teams starting from
scratch again.
The Yanks brought bout this situation by
trouncing Cerveza Balboa 7-2 last night. Tonight the
''new campaign" begins with the Kings meeting

Marlboro at the Olympic
t Tnk niiirW mVin rtrnn.
LiBllOr viuciu "
ned a decision to Cerveza Balboa
In his only appearance mis sea-
on, will start on tne muuim iui
the Kings. His opponent on the
hill will be Humberto Robsinson,
the righthander who sports a 1 1-1
1 1-1 record on the season.
The big noise In last night's
game was produced by the ex explosive
plosive explosive bat of centerfielder Bill
Kern, the man manager Billy
Shante brought down this sea season
son season to take the place of Johnry
Kropf, a perless fielder, but a
notoriously weak hitter.
Kern blasted two homeruns
last night and drove !n four
runs to lead ihe Yanks to vic victory.
tory. victory. Last season his predeces predecessor
sor predecessor Kropf hit only two round round-trlppers
trlppers round-trlppers his RMI total for
the entire campaign was nine
and his batting average a pu puny
ny puny -192.
Cerveza Balboa scored the
first run of the game in the first
when Hector Lopez hit a solo
homer with two outs off Yankee
starter and winner southpaw Bill
Prout.
The Yankees quickly wiped out
the deficit with four tallies in
single bv .Bill
parsons, Kern's boundary blast,

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AV fcaftTonT Barttrome'i stogie ana

m' wriinri fmir-tfll DOke,
1 :rttv rj( AIM in Tin J singled
, WM. " ......
" 'boJ4v pushed two mo're across
or Carta Vieja In the fifth to
make the count 6-1 and in the
sixth It was 7-1 when Shantz
doubled to lead off, advanced to
third on Prout's second sacrifice
" of the contest and scored on
' Bartirome's sacrifice fly.
Lopes' double in the bottom of
the sixth and Clyde Parrls' sin sin-gl
gl sin-gl plated the last Cerveza Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa run, which also resulKd in
i b last tally of the game.
Prest, who permitted five of
the laser's sevon safeties, was
i reucvca oy mil aiv. m iuc
i. seventh. Shanti said he lifted
the lefthander after he devel-
; ped a slight blister on his
1 middle finger.
Pett Mesa the loser, lasted on only
ly only ent Inning, giving up three
mns and thre of the Yankees'
, eight base blows.
Jntn TTndson t.onk over but
fared no better as he was able to
UCU HIS CIO IXC OTOkO w W
mt lv on man out in the sec-
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Stadium at 7:30.

In in retire the side. Winston
----
Brown hurled scoreless ball over
uie last mice ummso
Bartirome. undoubtedly one of
the best firstbaseman ever to
play In the Pro Loop, made one
of his rare errors last night.
Slick-fielding Tpny stopped a
grounder, officially scqred. as a
hit. nff the hat of. Barrv Shet-
ron'e in the seventh after hav
ing to contort himself to get tne
ball, which was headed to right
field.
From a difficult position
Bartirome got the ball off in
a futile attempt to get the
runner at first but the throw
was wide and the ball got a a-way
way a-way from Slack who covered,
with Shetrone ending up on
second.
Jn 32 games last season Bar Bartirome
tirome Bartirome did not make a single er error.
ror. error. I
Rejuvenated Wllhelm, the vet veteran
eran veteran Yankee 3rd sacker, who has
hopn niavinor whale of a came
defensively got a hit last night
to make his total three saieues
in the last two games.
Thp wisecracking infielder
claims his Improvement comes
from thefaet ms 300 as wregwaF wregwaF-ta'
ta' wregwaF-ta' threatened by an additional
infielder Shantz Is negotiating
iwi
for.
Pro Football
Loop Standings
NFL Standing
Eatttm DiVlitort
W. L. T. Pet. PF. P.
Cleveland
8 2 0 .800 271 190
7 3 0 .700 214 156
6 4 0 .600 209 195
New York
Pittsburgh
Washington,;;
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2 7 l' ;222 221 26tf
! 7 1 .222 226 288
Philadelpma
cnicago
Western Division
W. 1
x-Baltimore
T. Pet. PF. PA.
1 0 .900 341 15
4 0 .600 280 230
.0 ,600 247 200
5 1 .444 228 23C
6 0 .400 188 291
Los Angeles 6
Chicago1. Bears o
Detroit 4
San Francisco 4
Green Bay 1
8 1 .111 152 300
X-Clinched division title.
Sunday's Retults
Cleveland 21 Washington 14
New York 24 Philadelphia 10
Pittsburgh 24 Chicago Bears 10
MDdl 11 J UUI C O-J CI J I x inilLMVU m
't AiippIps 20 Chicago Cards 14
Baltimore 35 San rrancisco it
(Only games scheduled)
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Dern Kern

Carta Vieja Ab R H Po A
Bartirome, lb ... 2 d 1 11 0
Schmidt, rf . . 5 0 0 2 0
Jacobs, 2b .... 4 0 0 2 2
Allle, ss 5 1 1 3 4
Parsons, If .... 4 1 3 1 0
Kern, cf . . ; 4 2 2 4 0
Wilhelm, 3b .... 4 11 0 3
Shantz, c 3 2 1 4 0
Prout, p ; . 1 0 1 0-1
Slack, p 1 0 0 0 0
Totals 33 7 10 27 10
Cerveza Balboa
Shetrone, cf . 5 0 1 1 0
Moore, ss 3 0 0 0 2
Lopez, 2b 3 2,2 6 4
Parris, 3b .... "4 0 3 0 2
Osorio P., lb ... 3 0 1 7 1
Roberts, lb .... 1 0 0 1 0
Grenald, If .... 4 0 0 6 0
Peeples, rf .... 4 0 0 1 0
Kellman, c .... 2 0 0 2 2
Gonder, c 1 0 1 2 0
Mesa, p ...... 0 0 0 0 0
Hudson, p 0 0 0 0 0
Correa, p 1 0 0 0 2
Charles 1 0 0 0 0
Brown, p 1 0 0 1 0
May ....... 1 0 0 0 0

Totals
34 2 8 27 13
Charles hit into doubleplay for
Correa in 5th.
Mav grounded out for Brown
in 9th.
Score By Innings
Carta Vieja 040 021 0007 10 2
C. Balboa 100 001 0002 7 0
SUMMARY Errors: Alii?,
Bartirome. Runs batted In:. Lo Lo-nez,
nez, Lo-nez, Kern 4. Bartirome 2, Parris.
Earned runs: Carta Vieja 7, Cer.
yeza Balboa 2. Two base hits:
parsons 2, Shantz, Lopez. Home
runs: Lopez, Kern 2. Double Double-plays:
plays: Double-plays: Moore, Lopez, P. Osorio;
Allie. Jacobe. Bartirome. sacri
fice hits: Prout 2, Bartirome.
Wild pitch: Hudson 2. Brown.
Struck out: by Prout 1, by Brown
4,. by Slack 3, Base on balls: off
Mesa 2. off Hudson 1, off Prout
1, off Brown I, off Slack 1. Left
on base: Cerveza Balboa 8. Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja 5. Pitchers record: Me
sa 3 runs, 3 hits in 1 inning
(nitched to 3 batters in 2nd);
Hudson 1 run, 1 hit in 13 inning
(pitched to 3 batters in 3rd in inning)
ning) inning) : corresi' 2 runs. 4 hits in
3 28 Innings Prout 2 runs. 5
hits in 6 inmnes. winning Ditch
er: Prout (1-0). Losing nitchef:
Mesa (0-2). Umpires: Matheny.
Thornton. Williams. Time of
game: 2:27.
Final College
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NEW YORK (UPD-The United
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Team Points
1 Louisiana State (29) (x0-0) 531
2 Iowa (4) (7-x-l) 275
3 Army (1) (8-6-1) 255
4 Auburn (9-0-1) 224
5 Oklahoma (9-1-ft) 174
6 Wisconsin (7-1-1) 170
7 Ohio State (6-1-2) 117
8 Air Force (1) (9-0-1) 15-
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io Syracuse (7-W)) 64
11, Purdue, 54; 12, Mississippi,
41; 13, Clemson, 24; 14, Notre
Dame, 22; 17; Florida, 9; 16, Cal California,
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18, Southern Methodist, 2.
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August Moon
with Marlon Brando
, -.Also:
4 THE SCARLET
COAT
with Cornel Wilde

TODAY

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FIRST OF TWO FOR KERN Carta Vieja's Bill Kern Is greet greeted
ed greeted at home plate" by Spider Wilhelm and ball reti;iever. Anatole
Comas in the second inning of last night's game after the
outfielder hit the firt of: two roundtrippers to spark the
Yankees to a 7-2 win over. Cerveza Balboa. Kern's second four four-master
master four-master came in the fifth. On each occasion there was a
runner on base.

LSU Tigers Voted 1958
College Grid Champions

By EARL WRIGHT
kvvj vn'RK (UPD The Loui-
eiano Sit Q to TipPrS. who USed : a
33-man "first team" to compile
major collge football's only per perfect
fect perfect record this fall, yesterday
were voted 1958 national cham cham-hv
hv cham-hv United Press Interna
tional's Board of Coaches
Coach Paul Dietzel's Tigers,
picked to finish ninth in their
own 12-team Southeastern Confer
ence, instead defeated their 10
opponents to win the league title
and a Jan. 1 Sugar Bowl date
with Clwmsnn. This uerformance
earned the Tigers 29 first-plac
votes in the final balloting by the
35 leading coaches who rate the
nation s teams weekly tor un.
tour coaches gave weir nrsi-
nlnr vntps tn Tnws's Rose Bowl-
bound Hawkeyes, who finished
sernnri in th final ratines. Ar
my, which finished third, re
ceived one first-place vote, me
other first-place vote went to the
Air Force Academy, which wound
up eighth.
Auburn finished fourth, Okla Okla-hnma
hnma Okla-hnma fifth Wisconsin sixth nd
ntiirt Qtata the 1Q57 rhamninn.
sevnth. The Air Fore Academy,
bracketed with Louisiana State
as the surprise teams of the
campaign, was eighth. Its Cotton
Bowl opponent, Texas Christian,
was ninth. Syracuse,. Oklahoma's
Orange Bowl rival, rounded out
the top 10.
Will Get Trophy
Louisiana State received a total
of 331 points, only 19 shy of a
perfect score of 350 in the final
voting. The Tigers will be award awarded
ed awarded a permanent trophy by United
Press International.
iihe Tigers appeared to have a
football team's most serious flaw
a weak, undersized line during
preseason practice., But Dietzei,
aided by his assistants and play players,
ers, players, solved all his main problems
with, a master stroke of psychol psychology;
ogy; psychology; He did not Dick a first team.
He"iut his best players on the
white team. Of the 22 squad
members left, the 11 best at of
fense played on the "go, go, go"
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unit. The remaining 11 became
defensive', 'specialists and ere
called the 'Chinese bandits'' be because
cause because Dietzei once heard Chines
bandits are ferocious.
, "Our most important decision
of the season was to play three
units in each game," Dietzei said.
"We kept fresh men in the game
all the "way that way. All 33 of
our boys never bothered with the
headlines. ,
Dietzel's 33 players defeated
Rice, Albania, Hardin-Simmons,
Miami of Florida, Kentucky, Flo Flo-rida,
rida, Flo-rida, Mississippi, Duke, Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi State and Tulane to produce
the univrsity's best season in 50
years. The Tigers averaged 27.5

points a game while limiting
their victims to a 5.3-point aver average.
age. average. Cannon Top Back
Billy Cannon, who led the bal balloting
loting balloting for the UPI All-America
team last week, and Jimmy Rob Robinson
inson Robinson were Louisiana State's key
offensive players.
"We have the best backfield In
America," Dretzei said. "Even "Even-boy
boy "Even-boy in it can run, throw and
block. Cannon and Robinson are
the top halfbacks in the country country-better
better country-better than Pete Dawkins and
Bob Anderson of Army."
Runnerup Iowa, th Big Ten
champion, received 275 points and
Army 255. Auburn recived 224,
Oklahoma 174, Wisconsin 170.
Ohio State 117, the Air Force
Academy 75, Texas Christian 74
and Syracuse 64.
Only eight other teams' re received
ceived received votes in the final balloting.
Purdue was 11th with 54 points.
It was followed by Mississippi,
41; Clemson, 24; Notre Dame,
22; Florida, 9; California,, 8;
Northwestern 6, and Southern
Methodist, 2.
Weekend Sports
Summary
: $iturday
PHILADELPHIA Bob Anderson
raced for, two touchdowns as Ar
my trounted traditional rival
Navy, 22-6, to complete its first
unbeaten season since 1949.
SYDNEY, Australia Australian
Ashley Cooper beat Earl Bhckbolic
of St. Loois, 6-0, 6-1, 7-9, 6-2, in
the finals of the New South
Wales tournament. i
. BALTIMORE Maryland-Bred
Vertex, ridden by Sam Boulrrietis,
won the twnty-sccond running of
the $50,000 1'imlico special.
Sharpsbtirg and Belter Bee were
second and third in the four-horse
field.
NEW YORK-Civel, a five-yeaf
old fieldine,. won the Display riari-
dicap by three lengths on the last
day of the New York racing sea season.
son. season. Casual Friend was second
and Jocko's Walk came in third.
Sunday
MELBOURNE, Australia
British ricing ice Sterling t Moss
won the 100 mile Melbourne
Grand Prix.
IIAVANA-Bill Casper of Apple
Valley, Calif., turned In a 72 in
the final round to win the Havana
International golf tournament by
a single stroke over Texan Bo

ARNAV MIXED LEAGUE
!OF KOBBi ;

Teems W L
Sleepers 20 12
Safety Pins 19 13
Kool Krew" 19 13
El Bandittos 18 18
Wood Peckers 15 17
The Rebels 14 18
Mix Masters 13 19
? 10 22

Sleeprs 1 Keot Krew 3
Outside of the middle game,
which they took the Sleeprs were
trounced by the Kool. Krew in a
convincing manner for the three
remaining points.. As result the
Kool Krew are, only one point out
of first spot in the loop. Conley
Cain and Frankie Perales, deliver delivered
ed delivered the sleeping pills to the Sleep Sleepers
ers Sleepers in the form of 502 and 555
handicap. All of the Sleepers were
drousey except Lady Lou Mathias
with 538 handicap.-
Safety Pint 3 Rebels 1
In their bid for the top slot in
the circuit, the Safety Pins in tak taking
ing taking the Rebels into camp for three
credit chits. Only in the middle
game did the Safety Pins failed
to close in on the Rebels, when
they dropped the setto by 14
sticks. They Safety Pins, pinned
down-four 500 series. Kathy Bat-
hurst 536, ; Ken, Collins 550. Tom
Smith: 530 and, Johnnie Rebel 510.
Gene "jGnpker .and Cliff Parker,
spotlighted the Rebels attack with
522 and 543.
Wood iPeckers 4 El BandiHos 0
The1 "Wood Peckers followed the
El Bandittos and caught them
unawares, and wiped them out
for all four points. The wood
Peckers were armed with 28 pins
in thV handicap,,..but they did not
have to use a single stick of the
handicap, to clean up the band of
Bandittos. Jim Boyle and Fred
Eolev were deadly against the
Los Bandittos with 584 and 569
handicap sets, and Fred was es especially
pecially especially happy because his was
also a 515 scratch: -.'.The ringlead ringleader'
er' ringleader' of the Bandits,1 Jack Carter
with a 519 scratch and 562 han handicap
dicap handicap and his partner in crime,
Pat Car'ef came Up with 514 han handicap
dicap handicap set. '
, t 3 Mix Masters 1
tW lnwlv 1 'Question Marks.
mighty tired-1 Of being kicked a
round and relegated to the cellar;
took out their wrath against the
Mix Masters. The ? had to work
hard because two of the Masters
were mixing up the pins for good
cAripQ WiIpv Williamson, broueht
down a 204 game and a 544
scratch, and Jim Olinger rauiea
nff MH spratrh. To offset this
duo. four of the Question Marks
toed the mark in producing 500
handicap series. ine airoae iam iam-ily,
ily, iam-ily, Bea 504 and Lee 522. Bell Bee Bee-be
be Bee-be 564,' and Joe Eighnheer 556. :
NAMED CADET CAPTAIN
WfcST POINT. NY. fUPIV-Bill
Camenter the "lonelv end" in
Army's new attack this year, will
captain the Cadets' lass tooiDau
team, The Springfield, Pa., native
!' thp first end to hold the. honor
since Dan Foldberg captained the
1950 Army eleven.
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:00
Anita; Ekberg Phil Carey
"SCREAMING MIMI"
COCO SOLO 7:00
Trevor Howard
Elsa Martlrielll
"STOWAWAY GIRL"
DIABLO HTS. ':0ft
Doris Dav Gordon McRay
"STARLIFT"
GAMBOA 7:00
I Al Hedlson Patricia Owens
1 j'. J Vincent Price
5" 4V i '"THE FLY"
In CihemaRcone & Color!
GATUN 7:0
ix Barker Marl Blanchard
"JUNGLE HEAT
MARGARITA 7:00
Freddie Bartholomew
W. C. Fields
"DAVIT) COPPERFIF.LD"
PARAISO 7:00
Tyrone Power
susan Haywara
"THE UNT AIMED''
In' Cinemascope & Color!
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Clint Walker ; 1
Virginia Mayo
"FORT DOBBS"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
Somethinr of .Value" and
'AFFAIR OF DOBFE G1LLIS"

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DlUlUl nnr

fniiTiA rKurtJUJNAL; LEAGUE -T4
Teams' rn v rt ,

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wanooro 0 1 x
Carta Vieja ,,..1 Wm
Cerveza Balboa x 1 ,1

TONIGHT'S GAME

At Olympic Stadium: Kings (Clarke (0-1) vs.
Marlboro (Robinson 1-1)
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT r

I ? Ii
BalboaMrmings S

By VICTOR M. CAREW
Pete Mesa --suffered- his epponrt
defeat last night at the hands of
the defending chammons. Carta
Vieja. ihe big righthander was
nicKea tor tnree runs on thre nits
over the one inning plus that he
was around.. From- the wav he
looked during this period it is ei either
ther either that the fellow is not ready
or that he just doesn't ,have it.
However, manager Leon Kellman
has not completely given up on
tne racinc Coast Leaguer.
uvu
Kellman's decision to start Me
sa was motivated by the unreadi
ness of his staff.' Georges Maran Maran-da
da Maran-da should have gotten the' call- but
he was feeling stiff and had to be
sidetracked. : Both Pat Scatleburv.
and Chuck Page will be ready for
duty this week. Fans are eager
ly awaiting the appearance of. Pat
It is almost a certainty; that he
vnu see acuun iuruie ursi 'Uine
: 1 1 r j Jf .l i ; .
against me' JviariDoro ciuo lomor?
row night. The veteran southpaw
is considered to be one of the at attractions
tractions attractions of the league.,
oOo
Winston Brown's relief stint In n
last night's encounter is worthy
of praise. The firebilltr, al although
though although not complsttly recovered
from an attack of the flu, vo vo-lunteertd
lunteertd vo-lunteertd hi ttrvlc after ha
saw th batttring '. suffared by
hit oalleagues. Brown, alttiough
he allowed on run, -was still
ble to fire that fast ball by the
btst of the Carta Vii hitters.
oOo
Clyde Parris is hitting the ball
with the authority of a master.
The dependable thlrdsacker's ear early
ly early start is a complete surprise to
the fans. Will, Parris and- Lopez
constitute a more powerful one one-two
two one-two punch than the Kings' Ken
Hunt and Les Peden? This should
be an interesting feud throughout
the season.
' oOo- t
Beginning tomorrow, "opposing
teams will be facing the big guns
of the Brewer oitching staff. Scan-:
tlebury, Maranda, Page and Brown
are the fellows that they will be
seeing a lot of for the remainder
of the season. Mesa- has now be become
come become a problem to the Brewer
management. Opinions are divid divided
ed divided as to whether he should i be
shipped back to the States or giv given
en given more work so tha,t he may
loosen up some more.

UNITED FRUIT CGIY

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Kellman resorted to b "'

gels famous two-platoon system
L?.' 6e Verted himself 'X1
behind the plate for Jesse Gon"-
der, and beached David RobertV"- AT
for Pepe Osorio. The strategy an.--S
fears sound and it will eventual-' ',,?t-.
ly pay dividends.' vvi

' -oOo ' 515,
Now there' can no lortgar b - w
any excuse from; ,ny ef th, titai
clubs about lack' of eeflditlen. -'
It I. cUarly evldtnt that ell .,
four clubs ar. in good physical 2sT J
shape. From her. on ; It Would
seem that pitching will b the
greatest single faetor.,ln' the d.- ,,

," """' w it H i winnerv
. 1 o0o-,

ba seball is always ;:; game of sur- "
pnses Marlboro, tne weakest
team in the circuit on paper is
bed with the other three clubs for ;':V :

first place, And to think that they 1
haven't: sliown" the pttnchat'SthewnSK:

err nave snowh.J x ;. . I

Could it be thi.

result of; rigid iv

, u va,...SLU 1
dlSClDline Or illot arr ntiara,hilv...

- vaus vu uic pan ui yiuen i .ji.i
Clarke to make good? The'enig-. -.
matic rmrtsifW u um nlt.k:

for batting practice, to hia. team ;v

Sports Briefs
ENTERS PLYMPIC BIP
BRUSSELS, Belgium (UPI)
Brussels has entered V bid to
serve as the hnM fnr th iol

Olympics, Victor Boin, president
of the fielcium .OiVntniir' C.nmrriit. t i. i

tee, announced today. ,Other citiea """'
bidding foi' the 'gamea areTokyo;

jLeiroii ano Vienna.
WINS GRAND PRIX
uiniA. mil! 1 1 1 1- 1 'imwfia

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finished firnt in th Pni. "i-

fic Grand Prix auto race Sunday. "',"',

weaer estaDusnea- a new record i v

ior rne race Dy covering the 3,456
kilometers between' Santiago, and
T.ima in in nmrr- 41 rnin.it. .4
51 seconds --- -
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MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Ernie Banks of the ChicaRo i Cubs
mlle$ happUy to his Chicago home aftet betognamed. the
National League's Most. Valuable Player lor 1958, Bankv 27, U
the greatest home run hitting shortstop In National Jieague
history. He hit 47 home runs last year.

HOOFB.EATS .
By Conmdo Sargeant -' s

Tor the second consecwtive
weekend there wiU be. three
etraight day ol racing at the
president Remon racetrack with
twA classics ibr mares and.iillles
highlighting the three day
- Th main event wUl be a $2,000
added "Premlo Nadonal" Classic
for two-year-old native Allies on
Sunday. Nirvana, Tltita, Japall Japall-na,
na, Japall-na, Domltlla and Marilyn have
been entered Tor the seven-furlong
sprint. Nirvana looks like a
"shoo-In."
The special holiday program
for Mondays (Mtftheys Day In
Ptnama) will leature the 3, 3,-0M
0M 3,-0M added one mile and one one-eighth
eighth one-eighth Mother's :::Wt,:fyf&L.
for flM(ej-iad(aftt'.?,tt
fficMeOt"ll:- Evening
ef wucfirTa, ,Rosita Maria,

tfanim 1 Pixltftlft AS YOUV. Lik

. S tr.v T.iVi5iina.arid Neasham

Bene .are e n c u v v"-'

event. Ragaiza, an: impressive
winner on Sunday, shapes tip as
the pre-race favorite.
Neasham Belle, a glant-slwd

Chilean-bred mare wwca arriv.
mA nn th isthmus only last Sat

i,rirv; u a daughter xt Country

JJfe-Lil ravorrta. The bay mare
Isuwned by the Stud Veneiuela
and is being ttalned by Tomas
Blackburn. She was reportedly a

top fllghter-in ner native unue

Playground Sports

BALBOA
SECONDARY SCHOU
INTR AMU R AL BASK ETB ALL
'A" 4.N0Ut
A strong Hswkeye team, cp-

ttinedby Tom Cunningham, nas
taken; an early lead 4n-",A" le?8e
baiketball at Balboa Gym. These
up and coming cageri have play played
ed played only two games, but have won
both of them.
The first game., was no contest,
With the Hawkeyes scoring 70 to
the Pistoni' 18. Lm Klrkland ac ac-rnunted
rnunted ac-rnunted for 59 to pace the winner;!.

. In. their 'second game the JJaw JJaw-Nkeyes
Nkeyes JJaw-Nkeyes had trouble finding- the
hooD in the first half, but flew

twit to a 38-28 win over. the Gel

ties by the time the final whistle

. blew. s
The win-loss records to date

are: Hawkeves-2 and 0. Celtics

, 1 and 1, Tarheels-1 and K WUd-

eats t and V Fistoiisf, na l,

Knickerbockers- and 2.

Jockey Julio Jerez, who was in

solent to the paddock Judge, was
suspended for six, meets and

fined $25 after yesterday's third

race. vv. :

The only other rider suspend

ed was Jose Rodriguez, who gbt
four meets for failing to show

up to ride Julio Verne in Satur

day's eleventh race.

Several other fines were meted

out to trainers and Jockeys and

some horses set down because of

lamness.

Julio Rodriguez drew a $5 fine

for not using the proper colors

on JBaudouln in Friday's second

race:"- .";.::-..

Trainer Jos vReyes Olguin
netted a' $10' fine for sending

'.Crltico to' the receiving barn

late before the tunning of the
Firemen's Corps Classic on
Friday.
; Ernesto Fentori, Princesa Van Van-Mo
Mo Van-Mo i1'..rlrior" rtrw ii is fin fnr

using impi'dper cwors',pn tftftily
in Saturday's first race.

Simeon (Boy Blue) Allen was
fined $10 for sending Cuqulta to

the receiving bam late for Sat

urday's linn race.
Luis H. Farrugia, Festival's
trainer, netted $10 fine for us-

in defective gear ; on the horse

and causing a delay at the start
of the secopd race on Sunday.'
' Baranoa, which bled from the
nostrils after Friday's first race,
was set down for 21 days.
Mf JTivoll and Mulchen were
suspended in definitely for once
more refusing at the start. Sa Sa-blondo
blondo Sa-blondo also got four meets for
refusing at the start, ;
Don Orau got IS days, Mlmi 21
days 'and Santlllan was placed
under the veterinarian's, care
after they were all found to be

suffering from leg ailments.

Robin Morland,
. .
Finley Meehan
Duo Runnersup

"Babe" Marquard and veteran

Mer French topped off several
weeks of excellent golf when

they defeated the favored team

of Captain Finley Meehan and

Robin v Morland 4 and 2 In the

fdlnal match of the Mido Mum

fort watch tournament at the

Brazos Brook Country Club.

The eventual losers took an

early lead at number 2 hole but
this advantage was shortlived as

they lost number 4 to go even.

French and Marquard went

one up at number 7 and were

never headed they used their
one stroke concession at nifmber
8 to go 2 up. They increased their

lead to 3 holes ht number 10.

This was a comfortable lead

over the faltering Meehan-Mor-

land combination, who could not
reproduce the form they showed

in the earlier rounds, and at

number 6 the match was over.
French and Marquard each
received a handsome Mido Mul Mul-tlfort
tlfort Mul-tlfort Watch while Meehan and
Morland each wo na sterling sil silver
ver silver dish.

This, tournament has been an

annual attraction at the Brazos

Brook Country Club for the past
16 years and it is by far the most
popular with the membership

who appreciate the courtesy of

Lino Sanfilippo of Casullo's. a a-gents
gents a-gents for Mido Multfort in the
Republic of Panama, lnsponsor lnsponsor-lng
lng lnsponsor-lng this event year after year.

Hinlde Eliminates Jim Riley

In

Braniff

Golf

Tournament

Jim ; Hinkle1! continued to play Cain 3 and l McCulloughJiad a

some mighty: fine golf in the Bra

Atlantic Teenage
Baseball League
Team Rosters

Ki

the

and

'B" League

a

In the "B" league, the Giants

are front runners. They have wnn
itheir first two games are off
to a good start. In the first of
these' eames, Bill Camp led his

. Giants to an easy victory over the
Eagles who failed to score a sm

he final score was Giants 43,
TSgteS 21. -V,.". i-,'r: ,v,.--v'v

The Giants naa some trouble in

their second game but managed

squeeze out a 33-32 win over

th Cats, caotained bv Ken An

derson.- Bill feagle chalked up 26
for the loserS to no avail. 1
1 The win-loss- records in the 'B"

league are: Giants 2 and 0, Cats
2 and lr Eaeleal and 1. Rams

1 and 1, RaidervpQ and 1, and

4VW UU..4'
The Celtics of the "C" league.

tinder the leadership of Pat Tho-
mas, are going strong with 3 wins
- and 0 losers. The other teams, in

order of win-loss records to date,
are : Trotters 2 and 1. Shooters

-2 : and l; Panthers 1 and.- 2,

New Navy Offensive

Vrinkles lio Match

For r0d Army Ganie'

PHILADELPHIA (UPI)-'Nsvy

Introduced some new offensive

wrinkles, but. couldn't match, "the

old Army ga.me."

That's the way t uoacn jtan

(Red) Blaik explained the Cadets'

22-6 victory over the Mraoies in

their latest service classic Satur

dav.r:. j if j try 'j';: r 1 1

Navv. recoverina- a fumble ; by

Pete uawkins on the opening
kkkoff stunned the Cadets with

a qincK touchdown for a s-o leaa.

The Middies, v breaking from the
huddle in a "stuttering'! lineup,

unveiled a new offense by switch switching,
ing, switching, from a "T" to a double wing
with various types of flankers.

; "We hadn't seen them use this
stuff before," Blaik said after the

game, "and we hadn't prepared

for it." ,.

He said it took his team one

full quarter to catch up with all

the new stun wavy coach Eddie
Erdelatz had devised in the last

eight days before the game.
"Rut ih .J7.A 4U.

WMI. miv HUB V1UYJU UlCJil
selves,',' Blaik added, although he

aecimed io compare this years

unbeaten and once tied team with

other, great units during his ea
reer at West Point

The Atlantic Teen Age baseball

lea eue held a meeting Wednes

day evening, in oroet to compieie
rosters for the 1959 season. The
following lists show the complete

teams, including the players still

eugiDie irom lasi year:

M. R. A.: Marauaro. cooper,

Egger, Joe Rodriguez, Coffin,

174ilrliii. rlini.tnnh HiiVintnn.

41MUH) ,- WI14V.11 1;

Crouch, Ranarin, jE. Hiity.iS; mot-

ta, J, Wynne, Joe Wiwer, sumr

er: manaeer Fred SapIV"

Mettar Davis, Chin, uim, Anng-

ton, Brayton, Dockery, Pat; Docke

ry. Bill: Sanchez, u. noariguez,

Hauser, McElhone, MeGoff,

Brooks, Girk, Ramirez, Vinas,
manaeer Harry Dockery.

Jets: Greene, Ed., Field, West-

cott, Drohan, Burza; Wilder,
Dave; Alberga, Willy Hutchinson,
Nelson, Bernstein, Hirschfield,
Rief, Anderson, Park; Mgr. Don

Francey, coach Geo. Downing.

Bulek: Carpenter, Baranick,

wilder, Ed.; Sanders,. Ken; Wai Wai-nio,
nio, Wai-nio, Bath, Billison, Kenway, Kleef

kins, Cronan, Bailkowski, Leon,

Wilder, Larry: Sanders, Phil; Mgr.

Mike Greene, coach Irl Sanders.

rresent plans cau for the use
of a playing field at Coco Solo,
adjacent 'to the swimming pool,
and the proposed high school, for
the 1959 season. This is been
made possible through the efforts
of the schools division which has
already requested that work, be

sianea to get this former navy

diamond into piay awe condition

niff International Airways golf tour

nament now being played at the
Summit Hills Golf and Country

Club as he eliminated Jim Riley
in their first round championship
flieht match Sunday afternoon.

Kiley won tne nrsi noie sinking

a long curving pun tor a pirate

On the second hole Big Jim hook hooked
ed hooked his ball into the rough, but

managed to pull out a halve on

the hole as- Hinkle. three-putted
the second green.. It was about

this time that Hinkle must have.

been talkini to-himself, and from

then on let his clubs talk for him.

Thev made, 'the turn with Hin

kle two up and : be finished

match on the In hole alter
lev missed a chip shot to

green.. 7'.

Another one of .the five men

that had tied for the medalist hon hon-oers.
oers. hon-oers. newcomer Russ Chaffman.

served notice with a Dig 8 ana i

triumph over R. S; Euper.

Second round matches may oe

played anytime before sundown

Sunday. Dec. 7 with, omciai ice

time set for 9:00 a.m. if another

statUng time can not, ; be agreed
unon. ' 'V' '

Results of th : ursi rouna -ot

Play: -a: -,4 ...:

Championship Flight v Hause

edged Lombroia 2 and 1;. Stubbs
defeated JUdd 3 and 2; Hinkle

trounced Jim Buey ana ;: ie-

Brun knocked, off Kincaid 2 ana i;

Chaffman had very little.' trouble

in beatinx' Euper 8 'and 7; Saari-I

nen won by default from Lwter;

Howard moved ahead with a de

fault from Galindo; and Jacks

had to go to the 18th green to de defeat
feat defeat Crichton after leading by 4
holes on the 15th tee.
First Flight George Riley ad

vanced with a 3 and 2 win over
Beall; MacMurray had a scare

from Conger before winning out

$ and 1; Francey and Schlagel

iwon defaults from Mulier and

uerrans; Jankus euminated tomp tomp-tron
tron tomp-tron 3 and 2; andJoth DesLondei
Sr. and DesLoddes Jr. drew byes.

Second Flight Kline Jr. beat

Engelke 1 op on the 18th green

Kosik took a 1 up victory away

from Lally; Day poured it on Mp-

ran winning 6 and 5: Douglewicz
knocked off his side-kick, Turko;

May defeated Mtiist 2 up;
Thompson won 1 up over Medin-

ger; Hicks beat Annachorlco l up;

Olson moved ahead wita a ae

4 UVIIt. flU4 j ii

Third FUXbt rrankiin had to

travel 21 holes before eliminating
Cavltt;. McNamara and Greene

played 19 holes before Mae won:

Whitelaw downed Duffus 3 and 2;

Bongiorni moved ahead with a l

up triumph over- Murpny; uarr

did too much talking for wainio

winning on the 18th hole; Stuart

downed Lilly 1 up; Mahone beat

Peranue 2 up; and Scott was giv

en a default by EUch.

Fourth FUght Jordan knock

rough time winning over Minor 1

up; and Frencn deieatea Ausnen

mer, up. n-.K-v-v

SUth Flight Terry eagea Jonn-

son l hpjs uauey won on tne suio
hole over.McCue: Eberenc down

ed Wheeler 4 and 3: Larry Jones
defeated Hummel 2 Sip; moved

5a SI JNeison winning a ana
ohn Salterio beat. Staples 5 and

1 Seventh". Flight Donovan took
a 2 up win from Dunn; Kaplan

defeated Alex Eberenz 4 and 2;

Watson and Stevenaon went to

th, 20th hole before Watson won

Hooberry won 2 and 1 over Rod-

ins? Finn-edged past Rudy 2 up.

the. Share eliminated Fuller 5 and 4;

Michel edged Hooa z ana i; ana
Pullen Snd Clement both default

ed. '"

Ladies -Championship Flight
Ruth Tdrtorici defeated Betty Hen-

non s ana ; cann mauiieuu

took a'l up victory from Louise
BovnnlfU,. Pearl Trim won by

default over Connie Bishop; Louise Louise-Jones
Jones Louise-Jones eliminated Helen Owens 7
and 6j, Cleo Burns: won 2 up over
Helen Stempel: Pat Waring won

with a default from B. J. weison;

Ethel, Perantie woir 1 up over Jo
Alexander; Chi McCue defeated

Maxina Hood 4 and 2.

i Ladies First Flight Elizabem
Weber knocked off Polly Zon 2

and IV Maggl Bailey defeated
Faye Day 8 up; Wilma Riley

beat Helen Thompson 4 and 3;
Shirley Zupancic drew a bye ;

Bobbie Huenes won a s ana z dic-

tory over: Velta Sharp; McGUire

edaed Eleanor Borgis 1 up; Mebs

Ausnebmer aeiestea laui inomas

l up: and Rutn Kigney arew
bye. .t'"ft;;..v 'fV;

ed off Zombory 4 and J; Morland

walloooed M. V. Smitlf 7 and 5;

Marquard eliminated Rogers with

another 7 and 5 victory margin;
Myers took Williams 5 snd 3;

Bell beat Jamison 2 and 1 Betron

triumphed over Butler, 4 and 3:

and Thomas won on the 18th hole

over Youngblood.

Fifth Fliht Sullivan and Cot

fey played the longest match of

the first round as they went to the

22nd hole before. Sullivan won;

Perry moved past Bergere 4 and

2: McGuire edeed Grow 1 up;

Boyer defeated Kline Sr. 5 and

4; Dilfer tok a 2 up win from

Bridies; J. A. Smith won ever

Champbnthip Flight
Upper Bracket
Hause vs. Stubbs
Hinkle vs. LeBrun
Lower Bracket
Chaffman vs. Saarinen
Howard vs. Jacks
First Flight
Upper Bracket
George Riley ',.ys MacMurray
Francey vs. Hearne
Lower Bracket
Schlagel vs. DesLondes Sr.
Jankus vs. Des Londei Jr.
Second Flight
Upper Bracket
Kline Jr. ,vs. Kosik
Day vs. Douglewicz
Lower Bracket
May W Thompson
Hicks vs. Olson
Third Flight
Upper Bracket
Franklin vs. McNamara
Whitelaw vs. Bongiorni
Lower Bracket
Carr vs. Stuart
Mahone vs. Scott
Fourth FHgyt
Jordan vs. Morland
Marquard vs. Myers
Lower Bracket
J. R. Smith vs. Bell
Betron vs. Thomas
Fifth Flight
Upper Bracket
Sullian vs. Perry
McGuire vs. Boyer
Lower Bracket
Dilfer vs. J. A. Smith
McCullough vs. French
Sixth Flight
Uppor Bracket
Terry vs. Bailey
Eberenz vs. Jones
Lower Bracket
Cieslik vs. Joe Salterio
Barley vs. John Salterio
Seventh Flight

Bears 0 and 3, and Skeletons 0 "lack of equipment
and 3. , i -'coaching."

ENLISTS BASS BALL AID

. NEW YORK UPI) Prince

Steno -Borghese. an -Italian base

ball official, arrived In New York
by plane Sunday to enlist Ameri American
can American aid in organizing baseball in
Italy. Borghese said Europe's big

gest paseoaii proDiems v.were

and good

In news and entertainment

-. Upper Bracket
Donovan vs. Kaplan
Watson vs. Hooberry
Lower Bracket
Finn "vs. Sharp
Mickel vs. Bye
Ledies Championship Flighi
' Upper Bracket
Torloricl vs. Mathieson
Trim vs. Jones
Lower Bracket
Burns vs. Waring
: Perantie vs. McCue
Ladies First Flight
Upper Bracket
Weber vs. Bailey
Riley vs. Zupacic
Lower Bracket
Hughes vs. McGuire

Ausnehmer vs. Rigney

Whatever

Happened to...

MOLLA BJURSTEDT MALLORY

Mqlla Bjurstedt Mallory won the
U.S. tennis singles crown eight
times starting, in 1915. She won
four straight starting that year

and added her final championship
in 1928. Her duels with Helen
Wills were famous. She 'defeated

Miss Wills for the 1922 crown but

then was beaten in the finals two

years in a row. During her long

career she ranked in the nation's

top 10 on 13 different occasions-

and recently was named to

the tennis Hall of Fame.

What ever happened to Molla
Bjurstedt Mallory? She has been

employed for many years by

noted New York department store.

Rheumatism
WtxsiMver Um pain of Huciiinatiain,

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER t, 1151
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:thIs spAci -ii for sale
PB INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE

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Resorts

Apartments

laldwin's furnished apartments
at Saata Blara Reach. Telephone
Smith, Gamboa 302.

PHILLIPS Oceamioe CattaiM
Santa Clara R. at P. Pheaa Pa
aama 1-1877 Crietobal 1-1671.

Commercial Sites

FOR RENT' In downtown Chi Chi-tra,
tra, Chi-tra, two commercial tpacei 2ix
82 foot. Call Panama 3-7371.

Southern Leaders
plan Dixie Front
'Against Segregation
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI) -Leaders
of Alabama and Georgia
met here yesterday to lay plans
for uniting a Dixie front in the se se-gre
gre se-gre g a t i o n and states' rights
battle.
Gov. elect John Patterson and
Lt. Gov. elect Albert Boutwell
met with a group of Georgia at attorneys
torneys attorneys representing Gov. elect
Ernest Vandiver of Georgia.
After the meeting, Patterson
said the group had discussed
some of the legal problems facing
the two states in the segregation
fight.
The Georgia attorneys were
Charles J. Bloch of Macon, Grif Griffin
fin Griffin Bell of Atlanta, B. D. Murphy
uf Atlanta' and R. Carter Pittman
of Dalton.
Several weeks ago, Boutwell
called for a solid Southern front
for segregation and states' rights.
Vandiver, Patterson and South
Carolina Gov.-elect Ernest Holl Holl-ings
ings Holl-ings all endorsed Boutwell's pro proposal.
posal. proposal. '""Boutwell had urged the South
to "carry this fight to the people
nationally."
Patterson also said be would be
present with staff members for
fee jsivii tights hearings which
open in Montgomery Dec. 8. Th
attorney general again pledged to
resist efforts to- force disclosure
of Macon County voting records
or those m any other Alabama
county.
The dvfl rights com mission will
investigate claims of Negroes that
they have been denied voting
righta in Alabama.

UFE INSURANCE.

call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
CHrir olr.ar T.lfa Ins. Co..

for rates and Information

TeL Panama 2-0552

FOR RENT: Unfurnished apar apar-inent:
inent: apar-inent: Large livingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, two badroemi with two
barns, kitchen, private entrance,
locked garage. Phone 3-0873.

FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment in new building. Joie
'eta Fabrega Avenue, between Ho Hostel
stel Hostel El Panama add the Panama
University Phone 3-2656.

For your particular need
In

Bearings "SKF

offers you 8.000 types and
sizes.
Agendas Larsen, S.A.
Phone 2-3492
Opposite Old Balboa Brewery
(Next to English Wharf)

AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO S6 Mo.
on new cars
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance

35 mm. Camera
Lens 1.9

N the best buy in town
Foto International
155 Central Ave.
Corner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad Station

FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartrqent, private entrance, 114
Via Porras.

FOR RENT: In new building
located in 39th Street, Bella Vis Vista,
ta, Vista, near the American Embassy
No. 3-76. Apartments of two
bedrooms with air conditioning
units, living-dining room, study
room, kitchen, laundry, maids
room, and hot water facilities.
For further information please
call Panami 3-1292.

FOR RENT: Screened apart apartment,
ment, apartment, three bedrooms, two baths,
maid's room, dining and living
roam, enclosed porch, garage.
Calle Colombia 3, telephone 3-1875.

FOR RENT: Cangreio. 1 room
apartment furnished with new
furniture In new house. Call 3-1789.

FOR RENT: Screened furnish
ed one bedroom apartment, in
Bella Vista, near transportation,
available at once. Tel. 3-4644.

FOR RENT: Brand new ona
bedroom apartment, most reason reasonably
ably reasonably priced in Panama, very cool,
close to stope and transportation,
will furnish seme or request.
Call 3-7493.

FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, I -bedroom, including
refrigerator, House 112, Via
Balisario Porras, near Roosevelt
Theatre.

Houses

FOR 'RENT: Partley furnished
chalet with garden, garage. Res Residential
idential Residential area, 94th Street No. IS
San Francisco. For informtaien
call Tel. 3-2134.

BUILDS JIT SYSTEMS
MTTW VflBr TTTJT Ti i,

al Telephon a Telegraph Corp.'s
sub-contract from North American
A via f Inn tn HutM tti. i

. vv miasiiHi ana
traffic control system for the F108

interceptor is reported to total
$60 million for Its initial stage
Some of ithis figure is expeted
to be diverted to other companies

"i"'S m couperauon wun na r.

ROCK SHAKEN

MALIBU Calif. (TJPI.V-Actor
Rock Hurluvn aiifforaif irk

abrasion on his forehead yester

day when his taxi collided with a
car driven by i7 year-old girl.
Police said the driver ot the oth other
er other ear, Beverly T. Pogue, was
"mill ahnnt' tin

SUBANDRIO IN PRAGUE

MOSCOW fUPn Visitinir Tnrln-

nesian Foreien MinlRtpr rr Sn

bandrio flew to Prague, Ciecho

Slovakia, yesterday, the official

Taxi nwa tavnrv Mnnrfait

was seen off by Soviet Foreign

Minister Anaret oromyko.

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUB AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT H BTTEET, PANAMA L1BRER1A MMIADO f treet; K.-U .SPy-'
INTERNAL OE PUBLICACIONES-Ne. 3 Lottery Plaxa a) CAS A ZALDO-Central Ave. LOUBDES PHARMACTIM If CjmaqnUIeMi, AR.CIALOM.
BARDO No. 2 "B" Street MOKR1SO.N lh of July Ave. J SI. a LEWIS 8 ERVICE Ave. TivoU No. 4 a rARMACIA ESTAD08 UNIDOi-ltt Central Ave.
PARMA CIA LLX-164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE 1. Fco. do la Oesa Ave. No. 41f WCO OMt-Just ArMemena Ave. anil
FARMAC1A VAN DER-JIS M Stmt No. S3 a) FABMAC1A EL BATURRO Parqoe Lefevre ,T Street a FARMACIA "i AS Via PORRAS 111 a NOVEDADEa
ATMS Beside the BeUa VUU Theatre COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Am dor Guerrero N 14.221.

FOR SALE: 1957 Studebker 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 1:00 a.m.
12:00 noon and 2:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.

FOR SALE: Ford 1952. coupe,
radio, duty paid. 2103-A, Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 41 56.

FOR SALE: 1953 Buick 4 door
sedan, $575.00. 0774-K Willim Willim-son
son Willim-son Place, 2-2984.

FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 4
door, 9 passenger brookweod
station wagon with all accasories.
1931 model. A duty paid, 1930
model A Balboa 2-3676.

FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker
Commander V-8, starliner hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, 4 new wsw tires and new
battery, standard ihift wover wover-drive.
drive. wover-drive. For further information
call Curundu 3141.

FOR SALE: 1955 Bel-Air Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet two-tone sport coupe. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Duty not paid.
Call Panama 3-5133. See at Eu Eu-sebio
sebio Eu-sebio Morales St. House No. 4,
Apt. No. 3.

FOR SALE
One four door Holiday Ofdjmo Ofdjmo-bile,
bile, Ofdjmo-bile, 88, 1955, model, as is,
where is. Such automobile it the
property of the Governtent Em Employes
ployes Employes Finance and Industrial
Loan Corporation, and i locat located
ed located at the motor transportation
division garage (The Corrale),
Ancon, and can be viewed dur during
ing during regular working hours.
Written bids will be accepted
for the vurchase of such car by
the undersigned and should be
mailed to him at:
Box No. 98,
Balboa Heights, Canal Zone,
Identifying the bidder and
giving address and telephone
number. Bids will be received
through and Including December
11, 1958. The right to reject any
and all bide is reserved.
W. Sheridan, Jr.,
Attorney For Owner
Ancon, Canal Zone
November 26. 1 9 5 8

FOR SALE: 1953 Chrysler New
Yorker, Imperial, angina powers,
steering, power brakes, automa automatic
tic automatic transmission, radio, 4 new.
tires, excellent condition. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Biggs British Embassy,
Panama 2-0912 ar 4-1092.

FOR SALE: 195 J Plymouth
"Belvedere" two tone sedan. Has
been kept excellent 'condition
and driven carefully. An original
owner. Leaving Isthmus. Phono
Gatun 329.

Automobiles II Home Articles

FOR SALE: Deluxe electric
ironer, sewing machine with ca cabinet
binet cabinet and attachments. Retina
camera 3-6526.

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
Six strand Rattan living room set,
consisting of 5 chair and coffaa
table. Diningroom set, Swedish
modern, 6 chairs and buffet. Gat
range, 4 burner, gridla and large
oven. New 'A ton Mitchel air
conditioner. Solid maple bed
stead. Small book case, 2 lamp
tablet and small coffee table.
New gas hot water heater, 30
gal., Homart. Call Panama 3 3-5133
5133 3-5133 Eusebio Morales St. House
No. 4,. Apt. Nov 3.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE:' Electric mangle
ironer excellent condition. Tele
phona Biggs 4-1092 or 2-0912.

FOR SALE:4-Twa 60 cycle refri refrigerators.
gerators. refrigerators. BothA-new units. House
3264-A, Empire and Crotoa St.
Balboa. Tel. 348S.

FOR SALE:Leaving the country,
washing machine, 60 cyele, new
motor. Call 1859, Balboa, after
5:00 p.nt,

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Lost one ( 1 ) blue and gray
"Budgie" bird. Call 2-4346 ar
house 6311 -A Lot Riot.

For the Best
in news and entertainment
HOG-YCN
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

FOR SALE Wicker lounge
chair with matching feet stool.
Wicker chairs basket .type.
G.E. radio record player com-'
bination. Amateur radio trarumit-T-
tar, Harvey Walls TBS50D with
power supply, Collins VFO. M.
C. Jonas .micro-match swr met meter.
er. meter. (Hew). Overall, House 6251

Los Rios.

FOR SALE: 40 discount on
monaural records. Clauical and
populart. AGENCIAS DIAZ 37th
Strest No. 6-A.

FOR SALE: Baldwin small,
piano, almost new, light color,
$500.00, D4-22 Federico Boyd
Ave. Tel. 3-3356.

FOR SALE: Refrigerator, couch couch-bad,
bad, couch-bad, brbaque with motor, tools,
drill, misc dishes, diving equip equipment,
ment, equipment, Hi-Fi. Balboa 2-3676.

Oustanding aelection of beautiful
and exotic U.S. and European
Christmas ornaments, decorations
and lights ideal for homes,
stores, clubs and organixationt -.
. at budget prices. :'
American Supply Co. "J" Street
13-06. -i'x

FOR SALE : Beautiful Italian
accordion, Scandalli trademark.
120 bases, 9 registers. Like new.
Call 6109, Curundu.

FOR SALE:.
2-2815.

-Electric train. Tel,

FOR SALE: Brand new refrige refrigerator,
rator, refrigerator, just received, 11 cu. ft.
General Electric, price $325 air
conditioner, 34 h.p. Emerson
(Chrysler air-temp), Casement
window type, like new, used only
2 months, $175, telephone 3-6899.

Real Estate ;

FOR SALE Lets 500 sad 1.000
meters, in the Nuero Hipodrome
Urbanisation, across the Remoa
Racetrack. All, tots with street
v fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBantett.-:
TaL J-25S7.

NEW, YORK (UPI) National
Airlines has become the fourth

line to receive: permission to op

erate commercial jet flights at

IdlewiW Airport.

WANTEDt Saeratirf English" I
and Spanish, needed per shysi- SpRVlTF
t clan. Call 65 Calaa. JCIY VJ

WANTED: w Experienced radio,
TV technicians. Tropelco, -S.A.
v45th street and Via Ispsfta. -

JiMisceilaneou

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A, DIABLO
IOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
v PHONE BALBOA 3709

Just arrived beautiful Italian
dolls. Very lew prices, Ws scept
' down payments Athie next Be-1
Ha.VisU Theatre end aut other other-store
store other-store in Mini Mssv

TELEVISION SERYICI
We-reeair in tee heme
wo don't pretend ta searantee
: ewr work. Wo guarantee It
PH0NI THE EXPLRTS;
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
Tel. 2-1905
Tivoli Avenue Ne. 11-20

Protect your heme and prepaf
ty against insect 4 a m a f e, F
Prompt scisntif if treatment esj
emerf eney ar monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Servicer
Panama 3-7977 V Colon 177T.

237 Boys To Participate
I n Pacific Uttle Jieagiie

FOR EXCHANGE OR. SALE:
Sell or trada ona Norge, large
sixe gas stove for. folding bed.
Call 3-3679, Panamas

FOR SALEr Steel table desk
sixe and steal field safes for va va-luablee.
luablee. va-luablee. Call Panama 2-5432.

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Central Ave. 13-166

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ly an inspiration since a club open

ing would hold a diamond contract

to five odd, while the way the

cards lie nothing can beat seven
spades. That is, nothing except the
elaborate play worked out by

South and the Larceny Lou defense

Dy East and. West.
West opened the ace of hearts
and dummy ruffed. South feared
a three-one-spade break and saw
that he could stand it provided
diamonds would break well, so he
led a diamond to his jack, played
one trump to dummy and pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to discard two hearts on
two high diamonds.
West discarded a club!, This con convinced
vinced convinced South that East held both
remaining trumps so he led a
fourth diamond and everyone dis discarded
carded discarded clubs.

Now South had a sure filing for

nis contract. He could lead; dum

my's last high spade and then

play a fifth diamond to discard

his last losing club but everything

naa peen going so well that he

simply played the fifth diamond

whereupon the band collapsed.
East discarded his last club

West ruffed and led t club for

his partner to trump.

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Game On CFN-TV
At 7:30 Tonight
CFN-TV will -Stresent a spe special
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ning evening at 7:30 o'clock, featuring

rha Thangsgivlna Day gam be

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DR. GUILLERMO PEA ZELA ZELA-YA,
YA, ZELA-YA, district governor of Rota Rotary
ry Rotary International, arrived, yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon In Panama to
hold district assemblies with
the three Rotary Clubs In the
Republic of Panama. He will

wavei to Colon today, to David
tomorrow, and then return to
Panama City to hold the meet meeting
ing meeting with the Panama Rotary
Club Thursday. Zelaya lg gov governor
ernor governor of District 424, which Is
comprised of the following
Central American countries:
Panama. Costa Rica, Nicara Nicaragua,
gua, Nicaragua, Honduras, Salvador-and
Guatemala.

Wally's Ex-Husband

Dies In London
Of Throat Ailmeni
LONDON (UPIK-Ernest Simp Simp-son.
son. Simp-son. 61. the Amerlcan-hnrn thin

broker who was the "silent man"

of one of the world's most t

love triangles, will be privately
cremated, his fourth wife an

nounced today.

Two, hundred and thirty-seven
boys between the ages of 8 and
12 will display their talents to 12
managers and coaches in qrder to
larid oositions on one of the twelve

teams that make-up the'Pacific

Little League.
Sunday, afternoon at the Civil
Affairs Building in the Canal Zone,
the Pacific Little League had their
auction,, bidding for the boys and

assigning them to the various

teams. JJicK urogie, manager oi
the Seymour Agency will have the

largest sauad from which to se

lect his team, whereas Noel Farns-

worth, skipper of Lincoln Lite

aggregation has the smallest group

and will have only three boys to
cut, to come up to the regulated

strength of 15 boys per team.

Each team in Little League, is
oermitted to carry six 12 year old

players, five 11 year, and four

younger; x ,;
If a boyV registered for the iit
tie and Farm League, and. .who

reported for -(tryouts hit name

should appear below. But tf ms
name does not appear the player
Agent of the Pacific Little League
should be contacted; Earl Sears,
phone Balboa 1790.
Now that the tryouts and auc

tion have been held, no mare can

didates may be accepted into the,
leauge.
The rosters, names of managers
and coaches, time and place of
first workout, and phono numbers
appear below.

Gibraltar Life: Manager Don

Roberto, 25 3947; coach Al Jler Jler-manny
manny Jler-manny 2-1774. Playersvwill be no notified
tified notified of first practice. Richard

Ebdon, Joseph Hunt, Eugene Her Her-manny,
manny, Her-manny, Robert Lawyer, George
Thompston, William Silen, David

Komero, craig HaUiday, Roy Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, John Rathgaber, ; Robert El Elmore,
more, Elmore, William Foster,' William

Bougnner, Thomas McGraw, Bent-

ley Jenkins, Ronald Harned, Ke Kevin
vin Kevin Yocum, Thomas Hermanny
Robert Mallahan, Richard Malla Malla-han,
han, Malla-han, Carl Thompston John Ibomp
son. W. Jenkins.

Lincoln Life: Manager Noel

Farnsworth, 2-1851; coach Bob
Medinger, 2-1368 to meet at "the

Little League Stadium Wednes

day 4 p.m., Robert Ostrea, Charles

Joyner, Dennis Demihg, Robert
Engelke, Jorge Kiamco, Bruce
Douglas, Andy Jacobson, Kenneth
Phillips, Larry Nessler. John Kel

ly, William Thompston, Ron Farns

worth, James Hudgms, Allen Fran Francis,
cis, Francis, Preston Trim, Robert Boyer,
Charles Peterson, Thomas. Bart-lett.

Ilk 1414: Manager E. J. Kun-

kel 273-4226, coach Fred HUI. to
report to Little League, Stadium

Thursday, Dee. 4. Russell Poore,

Michael Hummel,- Mark McGrath,
Stewart Brown, James Bridwell,
Lewis Fontaine, Billy Egolf, Larry
Berger, Gary Vaucher, Leo Aus

tin, James walker, Gorge Jen Jennings,
nings, Jennings, Donald Adams, James Gan Gan-le,
le, Gan-le, Gary Folger, Henry Willbanks
Daniel Cottrell, Peter Jennings,
Wayne Folger...', 'r-W sw
, Seymour Agency: Manager- R.
S. Broeie 2-1545. coaches J. M.

Thompston 2-2689, and J. F. Saw Sawyer
yer Sawyer 2-3683. Manager will contact
players for first practice.. Robert

WANTED

WANTED TO-lUYs 1M0 to
1953 Chevrolet, standard shift,
cheap but eaih. f horia 2-0740,
Mr. Diss. j i

WANTED: American family,
three adults, desire madam, fur furnished
nished furnished 2 at S Bedroom apartment
or chalet. Prof or II Cangraia ar
La Crests. Call El Panama Hilton,

709. ,-'.!

WANTED: Boar trailer, any
condition. Phone 86-5191.

Blaney Ruysell,witson, PaulrRo PaulrRo-binson
binson PaulrRo-binson JDon iMcCtillough,'- John:

navaggio,' George? ;jBlack John
Stabler? Barry Kennealy.LDouglas
Morse; Nile Ostenso, Richard Pat Pat-ton,!
ton,! Pat-ton,! Richard Brogie, Lewis Stabler
Philip Jtogers. Gary Zanibitof. Phi

lip Spencer, Patrick Kennealy, Ray
Ostenso, Howard Rogers, Zed Cos Cos-tensoi
tensoi Cos-tensoi ( Michael Rogers, Darwin
Pope, Gerald Risberg, John Moses'
Charles -Gallardo, Robert. Farrell,
Kenneth Brogie, Stephen Brogie,
Police: Manager E. J. Husum
Jr., 2-3459; coach Thomas Bren Bren-nan,
nan, Bren-nan, 2-4219.' To report to Balboa
Railroad Station Thursday Dee, 4
Billy -Catron. Don D ardent .Glen

Evans, David West, -Haiteh, Burda,

Riley! John .Myeis, Jackie-' Me.
Grath, Rohert Astew, f James. .Mi--

ft)r .' srrr ; naannan 9 sviam T m

aaaaa. j4V.X.a, K JUWWT

siack, Milton Short, Neal Doherty;
Fernando Ostrea, Russell Herring Herring-ton,
ton, Herring-ton, Joseph Wright,. John Senkier,

naiuca jiuer, i
Spur Cola: Manager, James &
Bowen, 2-4215: coach Joe Bur Bur-goon
goon Bur-goon 2-3211. To f report to tittle'
League Stadium' Wednesday 3:30,
Dec. 3.. Joel Perantie, Loren Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Danny Held, RogaC Hoenke
Robert Mikulich. Larry Robertson

Jose Anguizola, Richard Hattler,
Richard Williams, William Hors Hors-ley,
ley, Hors-ley, Thomas Pescod, Carl Mable,
Paul Fidangue.Don KatJ "-Paw

.eimcs,. jsmes .Bowen, John Ni Ni-taj
taj Ni-taj Garjr Bxadshawk James DoL.
Pena. Scott, Williamsv

Mwtoai of Omaha; Manager WW

joraan, z-4ze; coach K.i B. El

more Panama J-0090. Pracfice

ACQUIRES INTEREST
- SAXONVILLE, Mass. (UPI) -Roxbury
Carpet Co. announced

jreaieruay acqmsiuon oi an inter interest
est interest at Atkins and Merrill, South
Sudbury; Masa. builders of indus industrial
trial industrial scale, mpekup and prototype
models.'- -f .- ,--.

WARNER RETURNS HOME
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Jack L.
Wamerv: 66,: president of Warner
Brothers. Pictures. returned .homo
yesterday from Europe where h
had been convalescing from in

juries received in an auto acct
dent last Aug, 5.

Today's Opening
ST0GK PRICES

ENTERS NEW FIELD

Johnson and Son, Inc., a major
producer of household waxes, po-

usnes and msecuciaes, announcea
today it plans to -enter the spe specialty
cialty specialty chemicals filed as a basic
covery called "diphenolic acid."

Simpson, once the husband of
Watlis Warfield who is now the
Duchess of Windsnr rlierl Kunrf.v

in a nosDiiai alter a recurrni-A

oi a throat ailment for which he

was operated on 15 months ago
No date, time or place for the
cremation was disclosed by his
widow, Avril Simpson, 49,jbut'she
said a memorial service would be
held Dec,, 4 at St. Peter's church
in exclusive Easton Square near
their Belgravia home.
The handsome and wealthy
Simpson was the only one of the
three members of the love trian triangle
gle triangle who did not write a book
about his experiences. He was re reported
ported reported to have refused sums of
up to $250,000 for his story of the
romance which led to the abdica abdication
tion abdication of King Edward VHI.'a
Simpson met Wallis Warfield In
America;. In 1927 shortly before
both had dissolved their first mar marriages.
riages. marriages. They were married in
London the following year.
They, lived together until their
separation in 1936 after Wallis re returned.'
turned.' returned.' from a Mediterranean
cruise with the duke- and other
friends. The duke,, then the Prmoe

of Wales, ascended the throne In
January 1936.

Mrs. Simpson sued for divorce

and was granted a decree nisi on

grounds of adultery in octoner.

In December King Edward re

nounced the throne to wed the
''woman I love." Simpson was

later married twice..

ICC IVES PERMISSION
WASHINGTON (UPI) The In

terstate Commerce Commission

has ; fliven th Missouri Kansas

Texas Railroad Co. final approval

to nut into effect on Dec. 31 its

plan to exchange preferred stock

.Witn arreara tor oeoewures,
common stock and income certifi-
ADD ANOTHER BREWERY j

MONTREAL (UPI) Molson's
Brewenr: Ltd. hat reported the

cquisitionof Sicks Breweries,

Ltd. on -.a ahare-for-share : basis.

The comnanv also said it Is ex

tnding the offer to Sicks share

holders to Jan. 7, 195. );

r arm jueaguiB; j-ieiq, 1 p.nL Dee,
J; itt&?om Bay Mike
HaUeni Jim Tamkneffi. Rohert

CoachsSS. Bill Ganber. Iaaao W.v

Teddy'. Henter, Neil MaXweH, Allan
Sillens, Russett;Smithrl Glen Win-

perg, flatfaume; Buenes, John Cale,
Ennque Johnson, .John iattnich,,
Jan Jannis. Rodnlf .Hfnr1 wn.

liant Peddmch,. Alfairo Thompson.

rmour jr.r Manager w. W.
Spencer, 2-4302;, eoach J, M. Short
Quarry Heights 3189. Saturday
morning, Farm League Park, Deo.
6. 8:30 a.m. Frederkk Garcia, Mir
chael Wallace, Bryan Yuma,
Bruce Yuzna. Wavno AlKrittnn

iMit jjenpii, oavid Bravo, Edward

caer, Marsnau Harris. Sam Mr.

Ginnis, George Montanye, Pat
Smith, John TounsenV- Stephen

lownseni, games Wiuiair, Brois A A-vila;.
vila;. A-vila;. Julius Castelli. Miarhoi r.n.

rrigan,1 John FitegeraH 'Micliael
Herring. Francisco Kin: nani.i

xtviauu, im( noangues, red

rrnuney.

Police Juniors: Manaeer Georffa

Folgar 2-3356; coach Robert 'Her 'Her-rington
rington 'Her-rington 2-3670. Manager1 will con contact
tact contact players. Vaughn Avera, Mark
Barrett, George Cawl, Connie Chas

uonaid unesson, Jerry Chisolmi
Billy Daubin. t William Demihir:

John, Koslowkie.f Jim Tola n d.

luise jsiumoerg, uonaia 'uojign,
David Dempsey, Charles Hair. R.

Hoyie, Grattau McGroarty, Rich Richard
ard Richard Osborne,; Herbert Tabert, Rc-

oouo Koung.
'Kiwis: Manager Raymond Muff-

phy, will contact Players when to

report. George Fox Fred, .Fox,

Ricnard Yost,, Roark Summerford,
Duncan Summerfordi Jody Sum,
merford, Stephen Allen,' Michael
Avery, Stephen BisselL Louis Jack
son, G. Qreeron. Jirhmie Smith,

James Vosburgh: Joseph Wallace.!

Mr: 1 1 1 ti u . i rtt a r i

vvuiiam naiuwin, wiine cnaawica.

Robert Daniel,, Kermlt Griffin,
Norman Holland, Nick Lancaster,

Joey Orr, David Spear and Harry

, Gibraltar Jr.' VManatfer John

Mallahan 2-2710. Balboa .Railroad

Station, Friday, Dec- 5, 4 p.m.
James Andrew, Kevin Bradley,
Charles Beardall,' James Carney,

George Carney; Abdiel castra,-Joseph
Cornish. Jeff, Craia.t David

Fisher, Jay Haws William Keller,
Ear Peterson,' Alan Monteath,
van Rodriguez.; 'Angel. Rodriguez,
Charles Spencer, David Whltlead,

Lou Hiizmger, waixer rruitt. -1
Cyrnos: Mahager Letof B. Wfl-

son, 2-3208: coach Darwin E. Pope

2-3541. .Report to Farm League

rant Friday at :30 p.m., Dec s
G. Turner, J. Sears, G. Sears,: M;
Carroll, X Frensley;E. Frensley,
H. Hudson, J. McAsklU, J. Ribble,
R, Thrift, K. Bradley, C, Colburti,

E. Devssu, F. Deveau, M. Hart,
Vicen'e Illueca,' M. M slant, Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Osborne, C. Teal i

s ...

TTE YORK. Dm. I -(VTT)

Stocks advanced irregulary t a

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ticroft Urtaiumj
ritish Pets
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Canadian Eagk
Cerrode Pasco
Chance Vought
Chicago-Gt ,Weat a
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Crown Corp and Seal
Cuba Venezuela Oil
DuPont- 1
El Paso Nat Gas
Eversharp
FaircM Bng
Fargo Oil ;'
Felmont Pet
Gen Dynamics
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Gulf Oil
Harsco Steel
Haydeft Newport
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EDUCATION AWARDS
r WASHINGTON WPI-The Na
Uonai Science F-fHi"rittinn ski- tn.
day i it baa ; awarded ai minioi

auuars 10 eaucavional uiiUtuwoua

uirougnqui tn ; nation for operi:
tion of a greatly (expanded pro program
gram program of summer 1 institatet. let
science ,andv math teachers. V

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WARSAW, Poland (UPILta
erS : of th InternationalAtomic
Energy i Agency .have arrived foi
A tour of Polish atomic energj
centers. Included in the group wsi
W.; Sterling Cole, of tho Unitet
States, director gecwral ttu
agencf.



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May Have Started 90-Death School Blaze
CHICAGO, Dec. 2 (UPI) Police today Investigated the possibility that a carelest pupil may have accidental
ly set a fire which killed 87 children and three nuns in a Roman Catholic school. ' s
The investigation of Chicago's worst fire in 55 years turned to pupils when It was learned a number of boy
had paan assigned to carry trash to bins near a baseme nt stairwell where the blaie apparently started. (
The flames and blinding, black smoke swept Our Lady of Angels parochial school at mid-afternoon yesterday,
lM than a'half hour before classes were to be dismissed at 3 p.m.
The fire killed 53 little girls, 34 boys and three nuns. The children ranged In age from 9 to 15.
Nearly 100 children were injured and 82 of them remained hospitalized today. Four of the injured were near
death.

""'Jklany of the children leaped
from the upper floor of the two two-ttory
ttory two-ttory building, their clothing and
hair afire. Others suffocated as
they sat at their desks.
h Deputy chief of detectives
Frank Pape and his squad ques questioned
tioned questioned two 13-year-old boys dur.
lng the night. He said the boys,
Daniel CShea and Patrick Ma Ma-ehaj,
ehaj, Ma-ehaj, told of carrying rubbish to
,the basement shortly before the
fire broke out.
Authorities sought a third boy
who was In the basement with
O'Shea and Machaj and plan planned
ned planned to question other boys as assigned
signed assigned to carrying trash to the
basement.
"It would seem to me that
some youngster was smoking
down there and flipped the ci-
Weather Or Not

This weather report for tha 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 83 85
.Low 73 76
HUMIDITY:
.High 98 100
Low 74 83
WIND:
(max. mph) N-17 E-15
BAIN (Inches), .48 .37
it WATER TEMPI
l (Inner harbors) 81 82
BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8
High Low
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garette away when he thought
he heard someone coming,"
Pape said. .However, he em emphasized
phasized emphasized that no one was un under
der under suspicion at the moment.
"At the present time the ori origin
gin origin of the fire is still undeter undetermined,"
mined," undetermined," Pape continued. He said
it didn't "make sense that a
Alma Burslmeyer
Obsequies Held
At Margarita
Funeral rites for Mrs.
Burstmeyer, a resident of
Alma
Colon
W more than 60 years, were
conducted yesterday at St. Marga Margaret's
ret's Margaret's Church in Margarita. Burial
was in Mt. Hope Cemetery.
Mrs. Burstmeyer, who was 88,
died Sunday at. her home in Co Colon.
lon. Colon. She was tan active member
of the Inter-American Women's
Club, the Cristobal Women's Club
and the Ladies' Auxiliary of St.
Margaret's Church.
Her husbnad, Winthrop Burst Burstmeyer,
meyer, Burstmeyer, who for many years was
manager of the All-American Ca Cables
bles Cables in Colon, died in 1930.
Mrs. Burstmeyer is survived by
three sons, Theodore, Christian
and James, all of Colon; a daugh daughter
ter daughter Mrs. Marina Nolan; and two
grandsons, Francis Nolan of Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu and Donald Noland of Ft.
Knox, Ky.
OUST E it PROM PARTY
WARSAW, Poland (UPI) Kazi Kazi-mlerz
mlerz Kazi-mlerz Mozdzierz, a Communist
leader in the Zakopane district,
was expelled from the party for
using his position to "further his
own goals," the official Polish
news agency PAP reported. The
agency said Mozdzirz was per personally
sonally personally ambitious and his Attitude
"caused a conflict between the
party and society."
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child would set the fire deliber-,
ately" and then return to his
classroom.

Dozens of the children suffo suffocated.
cated. suffocated. One entire class of 24 was
found dead in their desk seats.
They apparently obeyed the
teacher's order to stay in their
places. j
Other children were burned to
death.
Some were killed when they
leaped from the upper floor of
the two-story building, it naa
only one outside fire escape in
the rear. I
Heroic nuns and men who
dashed into the burning build
ing from the street helped save
most of the 1300 children In the
school. Firemen carried down
others on ladders from upper
floors.
Firemen brought out the dead
in cloth sacks or on blanket blanket-covered
covered blanket-covered stretchers.
"The little' bodies are coming
in faster than we can handle
them," a deputy coroner said at
one point.
Close to 5000 persons, includ including
ing including hysterical mothers crying
for their children, surrounded
the burning school.
Smoke billowed so high it
could be seen a mile away.
All available fire equipment
wag concentrated on the' blaze,
which appeared to be nearly out
an hour and a half after the
first explosion.
One of the school children,
11-year-old Gary Wassinger, said
he saw smoke seeping under his
classroom door at 2:30 p.m.,
shortly before classes were to be
dismissed.
"About 10 seconds later the
Arkansas Election
May Be Checked
By House Commiltee
WASHINGTON (UPI) Pros
pects grew today that the House
would investigate the election de
feat of "moderate" Rep. Brooks
Hays (D-Ark.) by a write in
segregationist candidate.
Hays himself said that a Little
Rock citizens' group would protest
to a House commute certain ir
regularities" in the contest in
which he failed in his bid for a
ninth congressional term.
Earlier, Rep. Kenneth B. Keat Keat-ng
ng Keat-ng (R-N.Y.) said the special
House campaign expenditures
committee might investigate if
even a single voter in Hays'
district complained." The commit committee
tee committee is empowered to look into all
facets of an election.
Hays told United Press Interna
tional that he personally would
not contest his (defeat by Dr. Dal
Alford because he did not want
to add to the tensions in bis dis
trict.
In a television interview earlier
Hays flatly blamed Gov. Orval E
Faubus of Arkansas for his sur
prise defeat at the hands of Al
ford, a political unknown who de
cured himself a candidate one
week before the election.
Hays said he had been told that
m one precinct 100 more votes
were cast than there were reg
istered voters.
He said the citizens' group
would also protest stickers which
Alford distributed bearing Alford's
name with an "X" beside it. Vot
ers were able to glue them to
their ballots instead of actually
wnung in the candidate's name,
RATIFICATION SOUGHT
TEHRAN, Iran (UPI) Iranian
Premier Manutscher Eghbal to
day presented to the Mailis (oar
liament) for ratification an Iranian-Turkish
agreement for the con construction
struction construction of a $500,000,000 oil
pipeline. The pipeline, to run
nearly 1,000 miles from oilfields
in central Iran to a still unspeci unspecified
fied unspecified Turkish Mediterranean port,
was the object of an agreement
between the two countries signed
in Ankara uct. 18.
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fire gong rang," Gary said, "we
all hearovthe fire bell ana men
w knew this, was for reaL
"Our nun opened tne aoor
and everybody ran out. A couple
of boys fell while we were run
ning out and I think they Drone
their legs.
"My buddy, Michael Giacomi-
no he's 13 was In the class
room there with me and he says
he heard a lot of kids screaming
and crying and yelling for their
brothers and sisters."
Pandemonium broke oat In'
the crowded school corridors.:
Children appeared at the win windows
dows windows of the second floor and
Jumped to the pavement below.
Many of them were injured In
this fashion.
A neiehbor dashed Into the
burning building carrying blan
kets which he flung around chil.
dren whose clothes had caught
fire. :
Local Correction
Dept Chief Goes
On US Study Tour
Cant. Pearo (Pellin) Perez, chief
of the Department of correction,
Ministrv of Government and Jus
tiro will leave for tne united
States tomorrow, to participate in
special program on civil ponce
administration and administration
of penal institution, prepared
and sponsored by the International
Cooperation Administration, Point
Four.)
During his stay W tha united
States, Perez will have an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to visit different penal ins institutions,
titutions, institutions, in order to obtain train:
ing in corrective measures to re rehabilitate
habilitate rehabilitate convicts and make them
useful members of society.
According to Law 87 of July 1941,
the Department of Correction is
supposed to coordinate the man
agement, administration and sup
ervision of penal institutions m
Panama. However, due to the lack
of trained personnel, they are sup
ervised by members xt tne Na National
tional National Guard, and the directors
are officers in the National Guard
acting on orders of the Ministry
of Government and Justice.
Upon the return of Peres to Pa
nama, the administration of all
penal institutions in the republic
will be in the bands of tha De
partment of Correction,,
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AUGUSTA, Ga., Dec. 2 (UPI)
A jaunty President Eisenhower
shifts his base of BDeration hark
to Washington today to prepage
lor tne new session of congress.
The chief executive.' ruddv anil
full of pep after 13 days of golf
ana oniy tne most necessary work
was scheduled to take off for Wash
uigton about midafternoon He
planned to be back at the White
House in time for a quick look
at the mail and' accumulated pap paperwork
erwork paperwork before dinner.
Friend of the President at the
Augusta' National Golf Club said
the chief executive was in ebulli ebullient
ent ebullient spirits as he prepared to leave
one of his favorite golf courses for
the confines of the White House
during most of December.
Tha days between now and the''
and af January constitute just
about tha buist pariod of the
year.for; Eisenhower as ho sets
his, ItgisUtive program for tha
new Congress, than translates it
into a: series of massages Which
start to tha Housa and Senate
early next month.
The spadework on the adminis administration
tration administration program for the new and
heavily Democratic congress has
been done much of it while the
resident was, in Georgia and the
cjuei executive will return to a pe period
riod period of important conferences and
final decisions.
The conferences begin tomorrow
with a sjession of the National Ae Ae-ronautics
ronautics Ae-ronautics and Space Council, fol-
juweu oy a meeting of tne National
Security Council the same day. An Another
other Another security pnnnril
be held Thursday as Eisenhower
worm towara completion of the
fiscal I960 budget for defense, as
well as the new foreign aid pro program.
gram. program. 'Bureaucratic
Snafus' Blamed
By Demo Lawmaker
WASHINGTON, Dee. 2 (UPI) -Chairman
Melvin Price '(D-IH.) of
the joint congressional Atomic Re Research
search Research Subcommittee disclosed to today
day today U.S. scientists have reached
a critical stage? in development
of a nuclear-powered plane.
H said the United States Is in
a position "to push forward vig vigorously
orously vigorously to a successful conclusion"
v me program. r
He added that "the nation can
111 afford further delay and inrii:
cision" on the multi-million' dollar
project. tucn delay, he delcared,
would mean forfeiting "once a a-gain
gain a-gain our technological leadership.1;?
simultaneously representative
August E.-Johansen (R-ltfieh Ti.
tilization Subcommittee to look in into
to into the possible need for; extra sci scientific
entific scientific manpower in the light of
reports mat Kussia has develoD.
ed an atomic plane ahead of this
country.
. Price blameu bureaucratic sna-
ius in wasnington" for America's
failure so far to develop a nu-cleas-powered
plane; He said in
an angry statement the adminis adminis-tration
tration adminis-tration has consistently pulled the
rug from under scientists working
on the project.
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US Will Shoot to P roieit P I aries
Operating Any;: New- Berlin! Airlift

- BERLIN.. Dec.- 2 (UPI)

return the fire of either Soviet or East German aircraft, informed sources asserts
. Diplomat here say that if the Communists cut Western Allied ground supply lines in
six months as a result of Soviet abrogation of Berlin occupation arreements. the West Kill

take to the air to supply the
. If the East attacks
me sources ma.
However, it is believed that
east-west air battles in the
there 20-mile-wide air. corridors
to Berlin above East Germany
might not necessarily start a
full-scale war. :: -,
It is held possible that tha
battles might ba confined to
the air and a Umited Air war
fonght. "i-:'.;1
The i DJS., has no plans to
bomb Soviet or East German
bases from which eastern air aircraft
craft aircraft attack airlift planes.
It is not believed that the
Soviets will attack VS. Mt
Force bases mounting the fight-
Telecom Inspector
Gels Certificate
Of Achievement
Francisco Antonio Lamparero,
inspector of telecommunications
in Panama, Colon and Darienwss
presented last week with a cer certificate
tificate certificate of achievement; fey "Post "Postmaster
master "Postmaster General Catalino'Arrbcha
Graell, for the successful comple
tion of a training project sponsor
ed inrougn tne industrial Develop Development
ment Development Center, a joint agency of the
Institute of Industrial Develop Development
ment Development and Point Four in Panama.
Lamparero received training 'in
Puerto Rico in the following fields
observation and. inspection of tow towers
ers towers and microwave eauinment in
general training in the shop and
laboratories of the Communication
Authority in microwave, carrier
wave, radio systems, etc., and the
acuvuies uuirang mem; training
in the general functioning of the
sciiu-auiumaiti teiegrapnic sys
tem operating oetween San Juan,
ponce and Mavaguez:' and a stiiriv
of the organization arid adminis-
tration of the Puerto men rh.
nical Department of Telecom
nications.
With the training received by
Lamparero, the Panamanian gov government
ernment government hopes-to improve the ef-.
ficiency of its communication Sys System,
tem, System, i ; i
Final Returns
Give Blancos
Win In Uruguay
, M0?yiDEP.. Uruguay, Dec.
2 (UPIX Final returns from
aunday s election todav ronftrmaA
the victory of the rightist Blanco
yany over tne Colorado Liberals
wno naa governed Uruguay for
o years.
ThJinaI ctmnt 8ve the Blan Blancos
cos Blancos (Whites) 413,608 votes to 324, 324,-886
886 324,-886 for the Colorado fRprici tk
Socialists and the communists gain gained
ed gained ground in the election, but
weir totals 31,670 and 23,829 re respectivelywere
spectivelywere respectivelywere to small 4o be
significant. i :
The PUC (Catholic) party poll,
ed 31,524 votes.,12,631 less than in
the last election. .
The Blancos won in 18 of Uru Uruguay's
guay's Uruguay's 19 provinces as well as in
the national election. The precise
makeup of congress and the pro provincial
vincial provincial legislatures wfll be deter determined
mined determined later.
, JOHN BL'IL'.CMtN
BY WALT SCOTT
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The U.8. :nlans to defenfl any
12,000 U.S. British and French
the-airlift planes tha TUB. wilj fight
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ills. "... "...-:
: "...-: Informed sources, amplifying
a statement made Sunday by
Gen. Henry L Hodes, US. Army
commander in: Europe, said the
United States would defend it
self against any Red attack.
The sources emphasized the
United States felt such an at attack
tack attack highly unlikely- at present.
'Hodes. had' said at a West
Berlin news eonierenre that
any action against the 80U0 80U0-man
man 80U0-man American : garrison in
Berlin would become a milU-
tary matter and '."I know
what I Will do."
But the East Germans, cap
italizing on Kussias avowed, in
tention of turning west Berlin
onto a demilitarized "free -city,"
continued to agitate for with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of the Western allies at
best and at least recognition
irom,tnem.
East German Foreign Minis
ter Lothar Bolz denied. that
mere are any existing atrree
ments giving the United' StatesJ
Britain ana France "tha right
t-u U4vei to serun.' 1
.In : speech to kVthe Com"
munlsf-dominated -"Nation i
Front" in East Berlin -Bols went
oeyona previous East ttprmnn
challenges ,to the t Western air
ana ina routes to west Berlin
lie said no n'attreempnta vif
were mada on them and fnohe
exist now.
- The West does not recognize
mid Buvernmeni or Bast Ger
many, ana any agreement by
the Allies to deal with the East
Germans on the question of
ruutes io Benin might bo taken
as lmpuea recognition. :.
ooiz aenied that the four four-power
power four-power agreements giving the
western cowers and Russia
umusiraiion of Berlin iri anv
way changed that fact that an
Berlin is a part 4tf, East (Sit,
But informed Wei tern
sources said the United States
had- no intention of with
drawing or leaving- its troops
in Berlin at the mercy of tha
Communists.
Fomgn ministers of he Big
Thre and West Germany are
expected to meet in about two
weeks to plan-joint strategy.a strategy.a-galnst
galnst strategy.a-galnst Soviet threat to West
Berlin.
Informed sources said the
conference Urobahlv wnM ho
held in Paris a few days before
the scheduled Dec. 16 meeting
of the foreign ministers of the
uiin Awanuc Treaty Organ
" uiauj. iney aaid a
final decision should be forth
coming jo, a aay or two.
Since the U.S., British,.
French and West German for foreign
eign foreign ministers' would be at attending,
tending, attending, the NATO session
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new air lift ,U Rerlln-. .nA win

troops in isolated Berlin., ;
hack eyen- at the", risk of war,

'.anyway, it would be "easy f or or-them
them or-them to gather ; a day or sot
early to -coordinate planning planning-on
on planning-on the Berlin 'crisis. -. . .1
UJ8, officials said they wen
certain Secretary of State John:
Foster Duller would confer with
the ;; other Interested foreign
ministers ini Paris. But they:
said It still remained to toe de-
cided whether M will meei
with them :lndlvidually r or aa
a group. i J
Meanwhile "In Washington,'
State Department; Press Officer!
Lincoln White- described as a
"speculative matter? ;l Teports I
if our taiics wnn -Kussia.on tne
entire 'German tjuestaoni
Such a conference was mh
ported under consideration to
counter Soviet Premier. Nikitaj
S. Khrushchev's proposals that
West Berlin be 'converted into
a "demilitarized free city.1 -
White said he knew of "noth'4
ing rat all which would Indicate)
any immediate meeting along
those-lines,"
; But officials said' his remark
was not intended "to rula out
the possibility of Big Four talkji
eventually;- They said White,
simply meant he saw no pros4
pect of a conference in the nexto'
two or tnree montns. w
' White ajso; said U.S.,' Britis
and -i French i ambassadors bad
been consulting with th Wtst
German foreign minister in
Bonn since the Soviet note-eft
Berlin was received last Thurs
day.": i
The. West views jarushchev'i
proposals as a thinly-veiled
prelude to- a. complete Commu:4
nist takeover, of, free West
Berlin, something the US -IsH
pledged to avoid by force, lf
necessary.
RAILROAD CUTS BUDGET
ST PAUL, Uinn, (UPI)-NOrth."
ern JPacific Railway-announced it
has cut its capital budget from
nearly $30 million this year to $25
million in 1959. Bat the road said
it may spend an additions -4 mil mil-lioitjor
lioitjor mil-lioitjor an additional 500. freight
carajiexyear 4il businass condU,
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