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rirWpvwnnT'H DOING IT YoWsteri lVTan ama are tto less addicted to hula hooping than
y.V5iSlMr?y.V.-rii?-. tio4i Lri; i v,nninw thplr hhnnx on' Panama
are r their American counieryarw. nric. vy "V "u7cr r
City idewalk iile. a -circle of admirera Trlew the exhibition,
"Scottish1; Engineer Vanishes
From Tanker In Gatuh Lake
Th mysterious -disappearance
1 f British seaman front1 his
hip during northbound trans transit
it transit of the Panama Canal was rt rt-'
' rt-' ported today.' K'S'
; The man la David Macdormld,
a native of -Scotland and an
' tneineer' aboard the British
- tanker Norscott. Shft is travelling
fwvm h west coast of the units
ed State, to Jh. putche5tln::
The ship tr'Hved in Canal tone
ernoon, She began her transit
late and anchored for the night
In Gatun Lake-." 4, "tul
ehiet engirreer-aboui X:SO.fblfl
-mornhriK whstfje seemed Jo h
in rood spirits and perfectly
i fiormal..Hft was 'discovered to be
? toissine at 30 a.nvnd.jania
larm &s sent out;. - v
Cristobal Police -,hav wnt.out
m general lalert to shipping
. iii the Canal to watch out for a
floating body.T j 't
police-boarded the ship this
morning to -conduct an Invest!-
Expected To Slump
In Sunday Election
BERLIN, Dec. S (tJPI) The
most emphatic-Communist ballot ballot-box
box ballot-box defeat in .postwar; European
history was predicted today .tor
Sunday's' city elections W flense
but defiant West Berlnv, :
With the eyes of the world upon
them tin their hew hour of crisis
u i Rh nnn vntnri of West Benin
were .expected to give s empha emphatic
tic emphatic thumbs-down to -Communist
candidates. S .1
irvnart. tinned the -"SOClSUSt V"
hion Party" (Commuaist-S.E.D,)
n opt vpii less than the 2.7 per
cent of the ballots 41,375 votes
which they scoreo m
tions for the city parliament m
nrpmbeiJ 1954. The -CommunisU
failed to get a single seat then.1
r Social Democrat Mayor"' Willy
Brandt predicted confidently that
West Berliner would show the
world with their anti-Communist
vote that they rejected-complete.
ly the Soviet proposal to chase the
Western allies1 out-of West Berlin
and turn it into a 'free city" cut
off from aril ties .with the WesU
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gatlon but there appeared to be
no clues as. to the engineer's dis disappearance:
appearance: disappearance: He was off duty last
nighf tu 06(1 had not been
slept in, -1' J-
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Ousted Cuban Army
HAVANA: Dec.. 3 (UPI) Mai.
Gen, Martin Diss Tamsyo,' oust ousted
ed ousted Army sChief of Operations,; was
expected 'to, fly, to ,?aris today to
begin iour,f duty it l nuhUry
attsche St -A -
i -f ? ' v 1
'Di Tmyo was tefieved othis
post following 'discovery of an al alleged
leged alleged army plot sgainet the 'gov-i
ernmenUJHe went to the presiden presidential
tial presidential pslace last night to bid fare fare-welt
welt fare-welt to President Fulgencjo Batis Batis-ts
ts Batis-ts 'and his departure was expect expected
ed expected momentarily; f
' Tw-top alr force officers" also
were destined for duty abroad as
s result of the plot in which 30 ar
my officers' were reported arrest
ed Air Force- U. toi.( mdio .ion .ion-so
so .ion-so was named Air Attache inLon inLon-don
don inLon-don and Cspt. Angel" T. Alvsrez
was appointed Cuba's .auxiliary
air aide' thpre. "- --'
I Th 6fficial' Gazette 'announced
esterdav that Disi Tamyo naa
teen replaced, by Mai. Gin. Luis
Robailias.-who haa eeen tne ar
my- Inspector temerat. ,. j.
Marhinp ,cuns ooened fire al
Camp Columbia yesterday after
noon and first reports said tne
fireas directed at planes tak
ing off from a nearby Cuban mm.
tary airport. '
Hubert And ISikifa
utfwrow. Dec". 3 fUPIV Sen
Hnhsrt Humohrev (D-Minn.),?who
hurt in e aht-hour talk wnn. rie
miet Nikita Khrushcnev Monoay,
aid today the Soviet leaser i a
very weu-im ormeo man i wnq
"tndoubtedly -looks upon himself
as a nolicy-maker ana. not an ad
ministrator." ; t
Humphrey; who' was summoned
to Khrushchev's office -on., a few
minute' nntace. said he found tne
Soviet premier, to be' "abreast of
lust about 'cveryuung, memmng
tti lituation in Geneva.
--". -. i
When he, was asxea now juirusn
chev Is able to jrun his country
and at the same time keep up
with, a wide variety of foreign mat
ters, including relatively minor
U.S. domestic happenings, the
senator sajdi -y.
Khnishrhev has about five but
Inn in hi desk.' which he trob-
ablV uses often, He undoubtedly.
looks uoon himself r ss a- policy
maker and not an aa mimstrator.
Renalrs to the road which "pw.
vldes access from Madden Road
to the boat landing at Madden
Lake, were completed this ween
two days ahead of schedule and
the road was opened to traffic
this morning. It was announced
by the Maintenance Division
,The road was closed Nov. 39 In
rder to permit Maintenance Di Division
vision Division forces"; to effect repairs
which : Included the resurfacing
of the road-bed and filling of
: The National. Assembly's7 Am
nesty committee is scheduled .to
meet tomorrow; to distuss a' bill
to grant amnesty to students
who have been convicted for
creating disturbances.. n-r ;v.
The bill, presented by opposl
tion Assemblyman Alfredo Ra
mirez, got support yesterday by
a group of Panamanian catholic
priests who 'trespectfully and
cnnstiamy" xequesiea me As
sembly to approve the Amnesty
allinfT i ; ;.
Th04 li -'i sin' -t
leaders Andres Cantillo and Bias
Blolse. who are also grade school
Yesterday the"', priests' letter
was read to the Assembly by Lib
eral Assemblyman Maria ). ae
wnn ue wn was iniroaueea
Monday, It was stoutly sup-
ported by Ramlres' opposition
colleague, Harmodio Arowme-
na. .Arosemena pointed out
that some1 of uresent gorn gorn-ment
ment gorn-ment officials had been "stone
throwers" during their student
' H said thatIn 1921 during the
administration of President Be-
llsario porras he and Domingo
H. Turner' one of President oe
la Guardlft's close' advisers), 'At
torney Felipe: Juaa Escobar, ana
the late Assemblyman Felix Oi
ler threw stone at, the Presiaen.
cia building. '
Arosemena-also added that ex ex-pwwldent
pwwldent ex-pwwldent Ricardo Arias and lot-
trv' office manager ur. Marios
Mndo7A were Involved in "sub
rslve movements" asainsi ine
government at 4 ;nother time
an a thai Arift uresentlv -Am
bassador to the U.S., was Jailed
on charges of ..being Implicated
in an frustrated attacs on wc
ChOrrera ponce sianoi. -(
Students Balk: V
Past Ernesti to ;-,j
Panama City hlgh'school stu
iimtjiiwho tjartlciuflted vester
dav In a parade organized by
the Panamanian v Anti-Tuoer-culosls
organization r .OPAT
broke ranks in order w avoia
passing by' the Jresidencia,
where President dff jla; Guardla
reviewed the parade.
. Delegations of students irom
public schools were "marching
benma tneomciai ana civic yi?
ganizations-ln the parade,
Tnev oroKe ranas ai hibt
draP Plaza when the parade
turned towards1 the presidential
palace .wlth' -the atudentst' of
fasso de la Vega .Arts and
Crafts School leading-the breakJuan piai areas.
All Star Football Game Took S1210,
Will to Annual United Fund Fixture
-' Final tabulations show
L.u ..... 1..4 w.ri.rf
Fund. The report was made today tJohn S- .'"h" ;
who handled the Bowl carne'i publicity. Proceed ffMj all,
ticket sales to see the All Star am were turned over to
the fund, with adults payiht St per ; ticket an4 atudenU and
.children 50 cents. ."''? f i .''''' ''',i': 't ,,
The Panama Railroad ku; alm Bowl Speealrt train
from the Atlantid side; which pulled directly up to Balboa,
' stadium Just prior to kUof 0 and then Returned to the other
Because of the game's
.i.n annual affair which
106 Flag-of-Convenicnce Vessels
Reported Boycotted In US Ports
NEW YORK, Dee. (UPD The National. Maritime Cion
and the Seafarers International Union reported 108 ships of
Panamanian, Liberian, Bonduran and Costa Rican reristirv
now anchored In U.S. ports were- affected yesterday by the
; boycott afainst "flafs of conyenience.'.
The boycott runs until tomorrow and -Is-lntended to be
worldwide. Unions here admitted, hewerer," that It was not
100 percent effective, in New Yorfc Two tankers yesterday
unloaded cargoes and went out to sea without assistance- of
tugboats or pilots. s.. wf
From the Shores
To the Halls of
The aharp contrast of-tropic
heat to Arctic ha marwa
the beginning of sv new over overseas"
seas" overseas" tour for Capt. Everett 'A.
Trickey; USN, new assistant
chief of atafl J-8, communica communications,
tions, communications, of the unified Caribbean
On warm days in wie vanai
Zone, Trlcltey recalls ms iirsi
trip through the Bering Sea
nnrt the Berinsr Straits to Point
Barrow. 1 the northern most
point of the jsortn ,. American
continent in April and May
1954. . .
' u pnmmanaea me ice Dreas.
er, USS Burton Island then and
his fhip set record as being
the-ilrst shin to travel this
rrmU nn the western aide of
the continent. v
nrritnariiv. it .is a near-im
possible feat to break through
m-h "9 i. f -t, ) r atcb.
1 i . iOXl"
fj r sou i f the
iojag. ijAu And- iid to turn
:C. - .. J S
WH. 1 .
in the summer 1854, uricK-
ey set another record when he
took nis snip tnrouga wic
During, World war II a smau
shin traveled the route, but
Trickey's- was' the first large
ship to pass through McClure
Strait' on this route of the
' Breaking the ice for the first
vessels of "Operation juewune
In 1955, the USS Burton Island
dragged the lead ship through
the crusmng ice to tne opera
tional area and escorted the last
shin back out of the Ice at the
ena oi tne summer season.
Two Ships Collide
in English Channel
tDNDON." Dee. 3 (UPli Two
ships collided in the fog-shrouaed
Ehelish channel today and one
was immediately.: abandoned.
First reoorts said it least one
lifeboat carrying 12 men had been
: one of the steamers was the
li,156-ton Greek ship King Minos
li. The other was the Prodromos.
The prodromos first was identified
as a Greek ship of the same name,
but later was identified as a ",-194-tpn
freighter of Liberian regis
Six Youths Fined,
Tarried In Bars
. t-u. u, h. Af'.Rneidft a. de Ortega and Mrs.
cu iuuuh uivit5h mv mvd w
s u ia m
iv turn v 'ir.v-T.ji.T. ...... h nfff
each bv the Pueblo Nuevo mag
istrate on charges of remaining
in bars after hours. ;?
.The magistrate,. Agusun Argo Argo-tey..
tey.. Argo-tey.. has Imposed several fines
within the last few weeks on
youthg under the age of 21 who
are found by the police In places
of amusement In the area under
a similar t camnalen is being
wared in the Rio Abajo and
that the first annual Palm Bowl
kM In 11210 for the United
iuccess tt 1 planned to make It
future United Fund
of Bering Straits
between hi Arctic undPan-.
ama overseas assiBiuu m u.
Trickey served In the office of
Chief- of. Naval Operations un
der the director oi navat .com
munications at the -pentagon.
'Helsa i3B .graouitw w
United. States Naval Acaaemy
and is also a graduate of the
electronics enginering course at
the U-S; Navy postgraduate
school at Ahnapolis'
f" A veteran of 24 years military
service, Trickey has a long re
cord of sea service ana nas re
ceived many awaros ana ce-
.nntnm wnir.h mciuae w
Bronze Star with Combat "V
and the World War II Victory
Medal; "With many other cam campaign
paign campaign and service ribbons.
.Trickey- is now settled In
quarters on the post of Quarry
Heignta wnn nis wuc, -earet;
and their two children
Alan Van Nuys, 16; and Marie
Since 4hls is the first -.time
tha h nun been assigned to a
foreign tour of shore duty ; this
is the first time that his -family
him been -able accompany him
overseas-(U.s. Army rnow
A aroutJ of SVcommercial stu
dents' from the" Justo Arosemena
school In Panama City made a
tour ;of several offices In the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building at Balboa
Heights this morning; j
m Tinder thi i auDervlsion of Mrs.
: . , . .... ....
iMndAivnn snacKiewe. suu-
ces occupied by the employes of
the-Office of the Comptroller.
cn.Mai ntMMt mi snown D.y
the students In the operation of
the "business machtoes V
nfh., tnnr nf installations in
the Canal Zone are planned for
senior Justo Arosemena students
this yea Mrs. ShacKiete statea,
At Geneva Confab,
West Seeks System
To Prevent Attack
flKNEVA. Dec. S (UPD The
West called today for an Easi Easi-wt
wt Easi-wt Aontrol -system on ballistic
missiles to prevent surprise
U.SdelegaUon cluei wunam v.
Vnattr nut the West's propossi ne
tnrm. th urBrise attack confer
ence wnen it met jor one uqiu
nH o minnu icision tooay
7 But the, Soviet at once turned it
dnWh and Instead called tor a oan
ob ttie use of nuclear weapons..
, Tk. Cnuia arsniul it was Imous
ML 111. Wl.'V. 1- J
sible to deal with controls against
surorise attacks by m8"les until
agreement has been reached1 -.pn
of the use nucicpr
. -i" 1
TPellnw convicts of George A.
Poison, the Gamboa peniten
ts arv nMsoner who is trying to
appeal a burglary conviction,
came to nis rescue av me
moment yesterday and put. up
the money for his appeal.
They took action a day
late. Poison's appeal should
have been on its way to the
Court of Appeals In New Or Orleans
leans Orleans by Dec. 1. It war not
until yesterday Dec. t
that the money was forth forthcoming,
coming, forthcoming, f
The dav'a delav could- mean
that Poison's appeal wlltf be not
h .rnnitiriered it is believed.
however, that the new .orieans,
Court will be" favorably dispos disposed
ed disposed to overlook the delay since
Poison had already been grant
ed two extensions of the dead'
line for fillne the record of
the case. ,lf
His fellow prisoners voted
the money to his cause from
the Pen's athletic, fund. The
"fund Is administered by the
prisoners and, much of it
comes from the profits of a
oft drink maehine installed
: in the building.
At the end of the day Dec. :
onlv 414.50 nad been received
at the Ancon District Court's
omca and we osa oi mei
hza io bt-ientta-yey arjeans
'Then yesterday afternoon. $85
wks handed over to attorney,!
William J. Sheridan, Jr.. who is
represeting Poison. Sheridan
added : what was required to
the money already contrlbyted
by sympathizers In Colon and
turned the balance $9.71 back
to the penitentiary.
Poison's fellow prisoners
had already contributed 825
towards his appeal for a
Poison is serving two sen sentences
tences sentences for burglary. Aug. .9,
1957 he was sentenced to three
years and on Dec. 14, 1957 he
was convicted of another bur burglary
glary burglary offense and given five
To Keep Prepared
ForiCivil Defense :j
A day which will be forever out
standing in American history,
Dec. 7, has been set aside as Ma
tional- Civil Defense Day.
Local residents were remined of
the. observance in a statement by
Lee H. Hoegn, ourecior. oi xne w
ficd of Civil and Defense Mobili
zation, which was reieasea ons we
Canal Zone Dy ramp l. ue.
rhirt nf Civil Defense nere.
"Americans, under the guidance
of civil defense, must put tne coun
irv in -M SL&LC UL ICIIUtucoo I.U iwe-
en he chances of, another Pearl
Harbor," Hoegh said. "On Dec,
7: Americans will be reminded
that '-eternal vigilance is uie
price M liberty and me." ?
In coniunction wilh the' Hoegh
utements. Dade urged Zomans
to beeome acquaintfed with-warn
inir sienals and their meanings
tn know their community's plan
fdr emergency action, to study
th emereencv radio broacasting
nrneram and learn first aia ana
home emergency preparedness.
A check list in the form of
imnle. brief wallet card is avail
able at the Canal Zone Defense
office, Dade said. s
Slate Of Officers
ie Civil -.Defense Volunteer
Corps of ParaisA met last night
Imt'dAMinaliAn tA alstptinfl ftf ftf-
ficers. The entire group of of.i-
cers was re-elected: .j
Mrs. Inei McKenzie, tone war war-dn;
dn; war-dn; .Mrs. Incv C. Oakley, assist
ant. lone warden: Miss Claudctte
Sawyers first aid warden; Miss
T.M.l'i -MrahM. pretarv; i
i The installation of oincers win
h held Dec: 15. at1 7:30 p.mj 1st
th school, at a combined msiaii;
ation and Christmas Party.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Dec.
peared almost ready today to
hurtling into unexplored space
The HO-foot-tall service
bird moved back from the rocket yesterday, exposing a
vehicle, thaf bore a striking resemblance to the Jupiter-C
rockets that put three satellites into orbit in six tries. -' & J
Although there has been
the Army is expected to fire
time this weekend.
t yr The Army's moon vehicle
w'ften it':waV feVealeif 'yesterday. And, since the Army al-
ways test fires the engines at its missile headquarterfa ? X
Muntsviiie, Ala., prior to launching them here, it appear.
ed that only final checks were necessary prior to firing
,Dif. Wernhef von Braun, Ger-
man-bom Army missile chief,
has said the Army will aim its
rocket at the moon.
But he said that because oi
the lack of an adequate- guid guidance
ance guidance system, the Juno II
probably will miss;, the moon
and evmtnalK become sati
.in. contrast 59 me turxwx.
moon rockets, which wer de"
signed to orbit the lunar sphere
and itake crude TV pictures of
its never-seen aarit siae. tne
Army's payload package la in
tended to' take radiation meas
urements in space.
Meanwhile in Washing ton
President Eisenhower, back from
13-dav Georgia vacation, was
to meet with both the National
Aeronautics and Space Council
(NASO and the National Se
The NASC meeting at tne
White House was expected to
center around a reported
compromise in the bitter dis dispute
pute dispute over proposed transfer of
the cream of the Army's mis missile
sile missile scientists to the new ci civilian
vilian civilian space agency.
The agreement, in effect,
would relieve the council of the
task of resolving the issue rais raised
ed raised when the National Aero
nautics and Space Administra
tion (NASA) asked for transfer
to its payroll of Braun and
nearly 2100 other Army scien scientists
tists scientists at Huntsvllle. Ala., and
The Army objected.
The Army' was known to be
willing to- permit the scientists
to devote almost full time to
the civilian agency's space proj
ects, provided they retained
their Army identity. But it was
not known lf this provided the
basis of the reported compro
mise. ..tv'! ;rl '
In further outer space news,
additional reports from Kan
sas and California Indicated
today ...the dying rocket of
Sputnik 111 would plunge into
the 2 earth's atmosphere in
flames early this afternoon.
The Smithsonian Astrcphysic-
al Observatory said it was im im-posible
posible im-posible to predict where the
Group To Survey
Final arrangements have been
comDleted for an experienced en
gineering group to conduct detail
ed surveys and studies for possi
ble construction of a hydro-elec
trie project on theBayano river
aecordineMa word received from
T. E. Oglesoy, vice presment ana
general. manseer of the Fuerza y
Lus Co.,i who. is presently in New
York attending the 3rd annual ex
ecutive conference oi the Amen
can and Foreign Power Co.
The engineering group will ar
rva In December and it is esti-
mated thatii six to eight monms
will be required to complete the
rnllnurinff th enBineenng new
studv. data accummulated will be
vnhmteri to determine the econo-
mil fens hi itv of fleveiODine me
hydro electric project for Integra
tinn lintn-the Fuerza v, Luz pow
er systems of Panama and Colon.
3 (UPI) The Army ap-
send its first moon rocket
in a vital radiation-measur
tower of tht Army $ moon
no official announcement, i
the tall Juno II rocket some-'
appeared .f ullv assembleo
rocket would end tht orbitin
that started May 15 whttal V
roared aloft with Russia third '.n
em wi Kaieuite. ;
Sightings today deluded "i'
am viewing by i the Lincoln
Laboratoryat Bedford, Mass
ford radar: at Palo Aitn, '...
Though; not nouh sightingt
prediction .4 1 h e.. Smithsonian
said they tftUied with previous
calculations and the : rocket
probably; would fall ''this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. t;.
The rocket was alntni i. j
indicating an imminent fall'
barring the possibility that it
?v.as one scientist said.'
HffS2B- ?t .and stp tu:
4lh Gun fclfalion
Turns TV Star
A pictorial accounting of ''Op ''Operation
eration ''Operation Hot Foot," training exer exercise
cise exercise by the 4th Gun Battalion,
517th Artillery, will be shown on
CFN-TV tomorrow at 5:45 p,m.
The- film, depicting virtually
all phases of the exercise, was
produced by the pictorial divi division,
sion, division, Signal Section, Unitd
States Army Caribbean, as th
exercise took place In November.
All of the battalion participat participated
ed participated in the exercise, in one form
or another. About half of the
unit actually marched most of
the way across the isthmus be before
fore before boardlrisr landing craft fof
a nassault landing at Pifta beach
during the last day of the exer exercise.
cise. exercise. -J
This mark one of tha firt.
times that an artillery unit in
the Canal Zone has. embHrked
on an inf ahtry. type, training ex exercise.
ercise. exercise. It climaxed Individual in infantry
fantry infantry training, carried on-, at
lower levels, of the unit, designed
to better equip the artillerymen
with the know-how for all types
of combat operations.
Shortly WorV;&''flira H
shown, Lt. Col. Wendell P.
Knowles and other members of
the battalion will apnear pn
CFN-TV to brief the audience on
what wag expected Of the unit
when it uMertook the training
exercise. Then, the actual films
will be shown.to graphically de describe
scribe describe the resultant action for
the television viewer. :"
1 in, ... v
q5 For Stealing
Bicycle In Balboa;.
Franklyn Bernard Sullivan,
17, Panamanian, wno aenv era
newspapers in the canai tone)
was found guilty at Balboa Ma
gistrates Court I today of steal
ing a bicycle: from beneath ft
Judse John 'g,' Demintr fined ,,
him S15, Th eyew wijicn was
valued- at $30,; .was WKea Jrora
beneath.', house No. 7S'i, paiooa.
rh ;.wner of the cyK whirh
.vas Aecovered,V is tewu ,1
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.i.t '1 rhriima i a feast of luvp. and oi fiivina. because it is the birth
" tajs' ot the iung ot Love Who gave to tne world its best Bitt Him Himself.
self. Himself. We delight in remembering those whom we love. Ad derive
m tm)ur greatest happiness tram uiose gms wnicn are .cciwiiiiuBu u,
if f .'Sacrifice. ...
.!.:.:' And as 1h Christ Child' I love is for all men. 80 OUTS must OVer-
' M -1 1 L I I... U nf tkA rinnA tkinffl A
t'ti ".-IIOW 10 mose aruuna us wuo uve jcss uwu wc i u uui
1 .. Iif fh sppH thA ill. the omhans. the DOOr.
" . f . J V. ..cnnflinrl MAct flanarAnclv in fhft
amuy ui juui icucib nave icayunuoM
pas! to our Christmas appeal for the patients at Palo Seco. We know
their own Christmas has been enriched because of the happiness
which their eenerositv hat helrjed to brine to the people at the col-
nyT These people are riot unmindful of your readers1 goodiness.
little Aibertina. aged 10, spontaneously ouerea tnis expression oi
gratitude one day: "God is very good to us. He gives us a place to
Five and food to eat, and medicine for our sickness and best of
all, many good friends to help us. How good God is!
PALO SECO'S CHRISTMAS
T I T,.
By VICtM RliSll,
. When the .fascinated, citizenry
turns its face from, outer space it
may find our inner space lilled
wkh Jim Ho-ia flying truckmen.
James R. has been studying
cnans and mapsand they are
not celestial. He has been probing
America's airporti. And when he
opens the Teamsters' next Mgh
command session in Miami Peach
comes Dec, 8, he will put beiore
the brethen a plan for organizing
sky freighters which are moving
more and more trans continental
The oublic may have forgotten
h Hnffa hasn't the drive toi
weave transport on land, sea and
in the air into his Committee on
Transportation Unity. He already
has actually signeu a pact with
Longshoremen's -Assn. and the
m-ritime union which can tie up
for big sports.
This would clog docks and
back freight into railroad yards.
Any such strike would force
rail freight embargo. Now Jim
Heffa is movine) so he can
ground such freight if a shipper
tries to fly it out.
Tin n f came the other day in
. lottor Hoffa disoa.ched to 22
Teasmster joint councils covering
ss many major cities. These are
he key trans-shipment points ior
canital ia fuU oi so many vicuras
cf Potomac fever that when a
bureaucrat giyes tip- a powerful,
eushy job -ahead 'of fck tirtie.- if
news. It's also news when the
last Trumanite retires from omce.
The last lone Trumanite is Aam.
James K. Jake) i Vardaman of
Mississippi; who retires this week
end from one of the most covetedlnawa, Varda man came back to
jobs in Washington, governor of Washington as naval aide to the
the Federal Reserve Board, ap- man he had helped re-elect to the
proximately two years before his, Senate-and wh now was Presi-
terra expires. uem. t r i
Vardaman is the last member At that time the Navy purchas purchas-bf
bf purchas-bf the so-called "Truman cronies" ed food for the White House, and
Republican newspaper c a ll e a varaaman louna that 18 pounds
them the -'"Missouri gang" who of bacon icre being consumed
mnlriprt .American oolicv durins I weeklyr supMsedlv iy. Truman.
the dynamic, colorful days im-jMrs. Truman, and Margaret. Most
That is the spirit of the patients at Palo Seco, both bif and aerial freight. They stretch from
small: a cheerful acceptance of their illness as part of God's plan
forvthem and, a deep sense of gratitude for His goodness as mani manifested
fested manifested in the charity of friends like your readers. They feel the isola isolation?
tion? isolation? and separation f m their dear ones, particularly at Christmas
time, but there is no bitterness nor self-pity. n.
We feel confident that we can. count on your readers' help in
'making this Christmas at the colony happier than any that has gone
"before God Ts never outdone in generosity, and He will reward, your
readers as only He can. They may be sure, too. that the prayers of
thr patients Will beg His special blessings for them and their dear
,Bm3, iiuL oniy uus cnnsimasirae dui in-ougrnui me ifw lear
Rev. Jarne J. Murphy, CM.,
It. Mary's Mission.
ltrwiuwivn, uwii.1 r n uukiii Xi. 0.114 ilia vtlluia
ante Interpreted the Single Wage Law in such a manner that
Jseflts the'Mnama Cmial Company a great deal more than
benefits the Local Raters who had such high hopes of the bill.
Canal authorities have achieved this by basing so many of
Jtjhell calcnlatJoriS on prevailing wage scales -in Panama, and I
teli lt'a a shame.
lrtAlr n.nr, fr. Tn.'W,n -v.il rAnn.. m-nA
teuba iwn av vino way. l lie e aiiamn vauai sviuya.iiy uu
fiia-?LSrriite employes have been growing richer year by year off
1 ftrtnterprlse rooted In Panamanian soil. Much of the profit has
1 T2 wh:aehieved by holding down the "wages of the Jocal citizens,
n Is iib'L6cal Raters."
Iti-tSTben the: UJS.' government turns nd hands out rniltlpris of
trz.ih& dollars thus, made to other countries in the worid. some of
r r'aSKfl nrif riendly couhtries. While- thse countri- receive' mll-
jaiinr, the t"ocai-nte employes or ,rne Panama Canal continue to
gWTtt the, devil of a'.tirne to get thmeselves a one-cent increase
iUyn.J- ". .
Tot many years Local Raters have ben working side by side
with Grincos. doliist practically the same work Or even dolns
wie ods oy inemaeives. xti ine gapvin me w scajjes gojiio;,
U- thafceta?en 6j,ents,n hour for Local ilntfeta MiSQ n
I luTjr tor i Gringo, or It could be e vn ,wider. .v Jf.. I I
wow xnm, tne xre&iy nas esiaoiisnea a smgio wage scaie
potter and his officials have abolished some Of the: Jobs, or
r-moved the Local Raters awav from Gringosthey usied towork
beside: It looks very much to me as though the Single Wage
N JLaw Is belnsr aDDlled with a Southern accent- Pot.ter vraa-nnt.
t here durine the reisn of Local 713. but some of his long-servtee
j officials will he able to tell him how the word went around that
' "hMXTwrit'n Is on the wall." It is still there, and vett
I riore plain, today. ;
A" For Justice
I '5. DAIRY VISITS
4 ;....' Sir:
a"it-a& by the papers that many dignitaries and V.I.P.'s are
M gointr around visitin-; the breweries. I was just curious as tO
vi3LlLi!jrtry they have never paid any visits to the dairies ltt'the .same
i After all, the infants of Colon and Panama are yet unable
; to drink beer but they could drink milk If they had plenty of
; it, and a little free advertising might help a little. Do you
think this could be arranged?
Boston, New York-, r niiaaeipma,
Pittsburgh and Miami up to Chi
cago, Kansas U y, w. wiuis,
chita, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Tul Tul-ii
ii Tul-ii anH nn tn Los Anceles. In the
letter was a questionnaire, asking
what airport workers were not
unionized from the washroom to
v..o gas tanks.
Hoffa also asked if the Teajnst Teajnst-r
r Teajnst-r roniH effec ivelv ie up the air
port. And he wanted to know if
their contracts permit ed Teamsi Teamsi-ers
ers Teamsi-ers to refuse ta. deliver food, sup supplies,
plies, supplies, and fuel to airports it the
grounds are picketed by another
Hoffa told his people that "The
Research Dept. of he .Internatio .International
nal .International Brotherhood of Te.msters will
compile the results of3 this surveys
as an aid in formulating, orgama orgama-ii.g
ii.g orgama-ii.g plan in : the air freight indus-
When Hoffa analyses the reports
ir. the next few days, ne'U mow
int wher he can shut down an
airport running afoul .ot coniati
violations, ne u Know u km
fuel destined for a .struck airline
can be considered- hot cargo.
Once he- knows where he can
mnvm without hreakine the law or
running the threat of million-dol
lar suits tor violations oi coniracis
Hoffa will be set to go. This is
no sudden dramatic whim on his
part. Hoffa and t the Teamsters
leaders, befe. him naye ; long
had theireyea p thrpoxt. For
here, loo, a "silent revolution" has
begun cutting don mariy Team Teamster
ster Teamster jobs. .....
Freight can be loaded, for ex ex-ample,
ample, ex-ample, in. a big trailer truck af
a. factory, i no True n m
driven to runway. Then the
frailer can, be Kfted y, huge
cranes Into ,fJYio box car and
flown thousands ofi mil There
it can be hitched to a driver's
cab and driven a few miles to
another plant. All very swiftly.
ty DRIW PRAnSON
advance $3500. to $4000, Deal then
met varaaman outside the Senate
Office Building and, placing his
checkbook: on the fender of an au au-tomobuei
tomobuei au-tomobuei : wrote out i i check; for
$4000. Vardman later gave his
check for half $2000.
" After three tough war years in
the Navy," including landings in
Ainei, tne" f niuppines,' and Oki
mediately after World War II
Vardaman graduated from the
"cronies" to apposition which in influences
fluences influences the fiscal policy of the
nation and the fate of Wall Street.
He is leaving, that potent position
to run a little bank in Albany, Ga.
When Vardaman first came to
Washington I was unfair in some
of the things I wrote about him.
I'd like to eVeh up the score to today.
day. today. V : :;,
On the Federal Reserve Board
Vardaman has been a sometimes
turbulent,,, always courageous bat battler
tler battler against inflation and for the
He has campaigned against the
encrusted aristocracy of the Fed'
eral Reserve bankers who keep
no accounting of. their personal
operations and sometimes dictate
to the government. He has main maintained
tained maintained that theTreasury should
dictate fiscal policy, not be dictat dictated
ed dictated to 'by the oig banks.
His lone voice drawling out dis dissent
sent dissent on the Reserve Board may
not be missed by other board
members. But it will be missed
by those on Capitol Hill who con concern
cern concern themselves with finance and
HOW TRUMAN IT AY ID
Vardaman is the only man in
government today who knows the
tWrnmiM f5ttt tou Truman
re-elected to the Senate.
In 1940 Vardaman got a phone
call: from Harry Vaughan, then
Truman's assistant in the Senate,
telllne him that they didn't have
a nickel for campaign expenses
"We haven't got a sou," said
Vaughan. 'W jhven't, eyen got;
enougn to .'ueKarposiage stamp.
"How- much will it take to start
the campaign?"- Vardaman asked.
'Thirty -five "hundred dollars."
"Is Howard ': Deal in town?"
Vardaman asked, referring to
Missouri, businessman who knew
Truman,.WVugha teplisd that
of it, he concluded, was beinz stol
en by servants.
ENTER GEORGE ALLEN
It was at this point that George
Allen, now the bridge-playing part partner
ner partner of President Eisenhower eot
his start toward writing the book
"Presidents Who Have Known
Alien, a Mississirtnian wai
then managing the Wardman Park
qtei and was brought o. the
wnne. House by his fellow Misii
sippian, Vardaman,' to make a siu-
ay oi wiute House housekeeping.
There for a time, he became the
vyni.e House lester until Tni-
man found he was involved in too
many lobbying deals and cooed
When Truman went to the Pots
dam conference. Mrs. Truman
planned to move back to Inde Independence.
pendence. Independence. Mo., which involved' a
food problem for the Navy; Mrs.
Truman had no deep freeze. So,
instead of trucking food to her ev
ery day, Vardaman tried to find
a reefer or deep freese which
could be borrowed from an Army
oase near Kansas uty.
. Harry Hoffman of Milwaukee.
present in Harrv Vauehan's office
when this problem was being dis
cussed, volunteered that one of
his clients manufactured deep
freezes and he would set on for
Instead of one he came up with
six, which were sent to Mrs. Tru Truman,
man, Truman, Mrs. Fred Vinson, the White
House, Mrs. John Snyder', Admi
rat vardaman, and Vaughan him
self: Vardaman sent his out to
Shangri-La (now Camp David) un
m ne left tne wmte House,
i .' ' j' iv - t I .-r-.v
- ,a- mu, 7x Va V Of C: j ; J I
UNEA SarfKa, lac v" K A
round Washington a long time, be1
ginning as a boy when he used to
play with Kermit JKooseveu in tne
White House. Varda man's -father
at the time war Governor of Mis Mississippi,
sissippi, Mississippi, later' Senator from Missis Mississippi.;
sippi.; Mississippi.; The AdmiraL has seen the capi capital
tal capital grow and change and develop.
"But no man should be wedded
to a government job," he says,
"and I am toing back to live in
the 'country I love.
N AHA, Okinawa (UPI)-A U.S.
Marine spokesman said yester
day -"the fatal shooting of PFC.
Eatr. Stanley smitn, oi Maaison,
Ohio, was accidental, ine snoot
That was the inside story of the
nOw famous Truman deep tren.m
which came to be a csimpaign is-: over military equipment Sunday
Ine occurred, when Smith and an
sue and contributed to' subseaUent nieht. The other Marine, not idert-
Democratic defeat. jtified, accidentally discharged hit
Vardaman was- appointed by pistol as he was about to tele tele-Truman
Truman tele-Truman to a 14-year-term on the; phone the sergeant. of the guards.
federal Ktserve Board salary the ounet strucx bmnn in tne
Answer to Previoua Puxxlel
Deal Wr it heayflowrj:i and $20,000 a,year.v He, has serveck 12 (chest' and he died short dime
Varaaman' 'caUeo hoie years, HeV hat. been aviter, fee spc 'smanlaidv x 1
f '' ', -, J i f a M i ifi J v i "r
I was talklnt to a Panamanian seaman the other day re
garding the current four-day boycott of so-called "flags of con convenience"
venience" convenience" and although the conversation didn't last long he
opened my eyes considerably to situation aboard these vessels.
I asked him if there was any difference in working condi conditions
tions conditions aboard the ships of Panamanian registry as compared to
vessels registered-in the United States. He assured me that the
difference was vast. v i v.
According to my Informant, the minute a vessel changes
Its registration salaries take an immediate drop and workers'
benefits are drastically curtailed. He feels that although Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's labor code provides ample guarantees for workers on land,
it discriminates against seamen by limiting their vacation time
to 15 days instead of one month as in the case of other workers.
Furthermore, he said, the advantageous provisions ot the
labor code like overtime and severance pay are not applied, and
no effort is made by the Panama government to enforce them.
He describes the government's Nautical Inspector as a sinecure
or "botella" who merely goes aboard each Panama-flag vessel
which arrives at the Tanama Canal to drink whisky and coffee
with the captain. Personally I do not know the rights or wrongs
of this allegation, but offer it simply as one man's opinion.
My Informant further claims that Panama-JlAg ships "Which
arrive in Canal waters shorthanded prefer to go on to the next
port of call Instead of hiring qualified Panamanians who may
apply, anj the Nautical Inspector makes no effort to get the
berth for a Panamanian.
The, seaman blames, this situation entirely on the, govern government.
ment. government. T asked him, however, whether he was a member-0f,he
local Seaman's Union and he assured me he was not. He Assured
me that the union was powerless unless It had some support
from the government regarding the enforcement of labor reg regulations,
ulations, regulations, r.
, In the brief time that we were together I tried to convince
him that he and others like him should give their support to
the union so that the government will be forced to take heed
when, the union speaks..
On the basis of what jny informant had to say, the Interna International
tional International Federation of Transport Workers is Justified in calling
Jth boycott to focus attention on conditions aboard ships regis registered
tered registered In Panama, Liberia, Honduras and Costa Rica.
At the same time the Panama government is also justified
In trying to stave off the effects of the boycott because of the
probable loss irr revenue it could mean, but It should take, defi definite
nite definite steps to remedy working conditions aboard these ships if
It wants to continue in the maritime business without being
constantly smeared by the labor union, and shippers of other
nations, In addition to Its own seamen.
For years now, Hoffa and his
high command have been trying
to get a wedge into airports.
They've tied up with the Machin Machinists
ists Machinists Union, but their real battering
ram has always been considered to
be the Flight Engineers Union.
Some time ago the Teamsters
promised hem any aid they need needed.
ed. needed. The Flight Engineer not on only
ly only signed a pact, but they tried
to merge Jright into the Teamster.
They voted against ousting the
truck union from the AFL-CIO.
1 Jim Hoffa "has promised the
Fligh Eneinee-s that, he would res
pect their picket lines w n l e n
could mean in a few months that
he would shut down man an air
port. This fight f the Fl'ht En
gineers againn being ranea io
doub'e I jet pi'o' b rmlv "t "t-ed.
ed. "t-ed. Sooneror lr there will be
a showdown Ywyh 'he airl'njs.
After aH, a OfesMential eommit'ce
headed bv- Davrf Cole n n"d
that the engineers must take pilot
At that time Jim Hoffa will five
tha Flight, Kneineer s relW
and picket line support. Hoffa will
then be airborne.
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There will be A general meeting of STOCKHOLDERS
.. .on Wednesday, December 17,1952 at 4 p.m.
JULIO E. AMADO, Secretary.
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: Bizarre Siiidde Pact ClAiras Quartet;
Eacliitlf Self itfi! Rifle Blast
Alabama Civil -f
'. ST LOUIS XUPIJi-A scrawled
suicide note; signed, by four, elder elderly
ly elderly persons! Woody- nd a
handkerchief sling on the rm.of
each victim led police 5.tbdiyi3o
term the deaths,- gruesotoe
quadruple suicide, pact."
d K-' ; y :,M-f
the muzzle of the 'weapon in the
mourn ana pun, we trigger ww
the other hand. .. ., ; .j?.;';:':
. m&XXtfifo living room, the rifle he
nospiwi ou .c?ip rSiTSai- tween his v legs and four notes
found ithe -bodies- of :four eldwjy
persona- in an: apartment., All had
; died 5 f r o m.!.22 caUben bullet
..- wpunds. -Vr.' Vffitl'
' The victims were identified as
Arfhur Forrester ;m -bit-, wife,
Lucille 64;-i her rmotbeivi Mrs.
Mry gonkUng, 88,. .and Mrs.
'Conkling' daughter Blanche Con-
'f'The relatives who walked faoij
Hi inn( said all four, had
Wn ilL and fall of them rwerej in
pretty bad anapfc"-r ww
Conkling, Mr: ConkHngf ott.nd
hrnthM of th other twoTWOm
en, -ai. f oWester vhadj,;il yjafj
ancer;v "vit V':
-VPitfcfcYCapK '.Walter Jnurpny,
investieated: the 'shooting.
: added'Mhat all indications
!aaid -ach victim wore a hand;
m.. ill y,.,i tl.r fnrnrm'i
;6rt;of brace-Wth- rifled v.
neSwould ; walk
L0M6NUlMi "The 'Health
MinistriK rebofted Yesterday that
Bpusn, aocwrs, naa- usea mure
over and pickUP Ahe rifle i 'al -cltMAiW.cj:t-fflucii American as
s ttft othe'omplteo tfi nation s
received one of more injections
under the program, the ministry
said. Of total of 17,585,013 in injections,,
jections,, injections,, It said 11,904,121 were of
the. American. Salk vaccine.
he said. ,-lt! wasierobablyver
pretty quick. ? waiy iciuauy
gruesome."y; f i ;
He said Indications were that
each of the four 'tied a hander
chief around the forearm to hold
the rifle. Then each would place
1 Hev said Forrester apparently
was;th last person to die.
ns' whs iuuuu uiuug vu a uiru
near his body.1 Mrs.' Forrester's
body as. discovered in her bed
room whil-1he other women were
found dead in another bedroom,
dne note, signed by .Miss Conk
ling, read, "Art is not responsible
for. mom and me. i J
The' second ; lismed bv all four
tvictims, said ''sickness the reason
for each hot him or herself.
irhethird. h I g n d by Forres.
,lr asked that -TUton Conkling be
Thai tulBIs6'wslened bv For
rester". Tiealtwith keys' to- ithe
jJP6rrester?jafisI'deposit bor and
the back door and basement of
their apartment. It said the fam
ily carKWBS out or antureeze
WASHINGTON (TJPDA QvU
Bights Commission spokesman
said today tne commission; nas
subpenaed more than 50 persons
to a hearine in'Montaomery. Ala.,
starune Dc. s On eompiainta tnat
Negro voting rights have .-been
denied.' !J:&-'-i.-t-'. ';.:,-";:'"
More subnehar. win .-be served
todayw1he jspokesnjan declared.
The spokesman; said jnost of the
subpnaa -were issued ; for persons
wno ;origmateCr vtne ; complaints,
mosfof them Negroes who said
their civil Jightvwer denied be-
xne neanng'is expeciea 10 imai
about three .days r and to be at
tended f by.' 'hi:? full Viaix-member
commission. It has ho' police pow
er Wbufc ,tj charged with respon
sibility of ;invstieatinor auch com.
plaints and fmaking4 Tcommenda Tcommenda-tions
tions Tcommenda-tions -.to: the v President- and Con-
JAUbinjiijCtov.lect John Pat Patterson,;
terson,; Patterson,; now 1 the state.' attorney
general, has vowed to do every everything
thing everything -v legally possible to prevent
the commission from seeing vot voting
ing voting registration -books at Macon
County,- wher the ase : apparent apparent-riginated.,,,:
riginated.,,,: apparent-riginated.,,,: ;;(;: .s'' ,,
JETT LINER JIITS RiCORD v
J SHAiNNOH AIRPORT, Ireland
ftjPI)A Pan American World
Airways Jet liner flew from a New
xori: 10' anannon airport yesicr yesicr-dav
dav yesicr-dav In a' record time of 5 hours
37 minutes,' officials of the airline
said here. The officials said the
Boeing 707 airliner bettered by
one half hour the previous record
time for the flight of 6 hours 7
minutes set three weeks ago by
another Pan American Jet. The
airliner carried 78 passengers and
a 12-member crew.
- PORTACOPTER" The only com plehsly foidible ftakw ttf
minutes) helicopter ready for production.: the one-man Hiller
Rotoreycle Is shown above in a demonstration flight. The Navy
has signed on initial order for five of the machines, which wi
be delivered to the Marin Corps for evaluation. The Rotor.
" cycle is powered by a 43-h.p. motor and has tvsefnUload of
.?5g,pounds. Ita maximum speed s m.p.h.-
WASHINGTON Chairman John
L. McClellan (D-Ark.) ol tne sen senate
ate senate racket investigating subcom subcom-wiite.
wiite. subcom-wiite. nn Hi achedulina of new
hearings this week into gangland
infiltration of the coin-operated
'Ve are endeavoring to discov
er the extent of racketeer infil
tration into this multi-billion dol dollar
lar dollar industry."
KANSAS CITY. P Kan. (UPlI
Kansas University sophomore Lo
well Lee Andrews, 18, alter siay
incr hi mother, father and sister:
"I was tired of areuing with
them about -money, so I shot
NEW YORK -British actor Ken
neth More on bust sizes becoming
the; gauge for an actress's sue.
''The idea mat girls can get to
the top on bosoms : is extraordi extraordinary.!
nary.! extraordinary.! like a little bit of wit and
polish, but that kind of actress
has sort of died out due to the
T HOLLYWOOD DramaOe ae
tress Barbara Rush on her desire
to play the role of a sexy siren:
''Playing languid, sexy parts
are the easiest of all because an
actress can be a female animal
doine -what comes naturally
All -Brigitte Bardot does is take
off ner ciotnes and i ao inai ev.
ery day of my life."
BrUohs Dismayed By: CM Bride's Arrival;
Embassies, Legal Experts Ponder Problem
WNDOir mHVAmericiii and
RritiHlxBrta met today, in
the UJ5. embassy to decide wheth whether
er whether a Virginia "child bride" is
legally married to the U.S. Navy
enlisted man an .joined Here two
Tne arrival of the cnlld wide,
Mrs. : Barbara Scrucss. 14.' of
Whit Plains. Va.. to Join her
sailor husband Norman (Bill)
Scruggs, 21 of St. Mary's Ga.,
touchedoff a sotrm of criticism
and .pubucity in Britain.
There were protests in Parlia
ment; editorials in newspapers
which nicknamed her 1aBaby
Doll, and general tadisnation in
a country wmcn forced American
rock n' roll sineer Jerry Lee
Lewis and hit 13-year-old bride to
leave tne country last summer,
"Wttat s all, tbe fuss about?"
asked Barbara who is hist over
gave her age as II when applying) ing a girl of 14 infringes the
for a marriage heense last Sep- ual offenses act of l57v Sixteen
A naval spokesman here said
there was. therefore "some doubt
the legality of the marriage" and
a. xan. acruggs is aw. legauy
married She will have to return
to the United States,"
An American embassy spokes
man said it appears Mrs. Scruggs'
age "makes tne' marriage open
to annulment if-one of the parents
objects" but that no objection had
He said "the marriage is legal
aa far as we know and the era
bassy "has no plans to take any
action- ana "is not getting into
four feet tall. "No one in Carolina days
thinks it' odd for a girl to be mar
ried at ray age." She said she
wiu te is in February,
The British and American legal
experts met under the chairman chairmanship
ship chairmanship of Cpt. Raymond Van Wolk
enten, the naval legal adviser here
They were studying reports from
Halifax County,. N.C., that she
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If the experts rule that she is
with Norman only
more. The British
like 14-year-old brides and it al
ready has been suggested that
Barbara "add Norman be "settled
Labor Member of Parliament
Marcus Lipton said he intended to
raise the matter in the House of
Commons this week.
Under British law a man marry, ter looking at photographs.
is the minimum marflaxe age
Lipton called the msrjriag a
"disgrac" and said r S would
question Home Secretary". A.
Butler about it."
"I'm sorry for this poor little
mite," he said. "I dan'fc tear her
any ui will. I am very sorry that
she finds herself in thiaposition.
But where we get a ease like this
it is bound to offend public feel'
ings." -. ;
Scruggs said he and his wife
had no intention of being "driven
back to the United States by pub
licity as Jerry Lee Lewis and mi
We were married m septera-
married she may be ante to stay ber, just four months after we
met when I paid a social call on
her grandmother, Norman said, s 1
"We're in love and that's all that'
Frank D. Wilson, registrar of
deeds in Halifax Countyaid the
Rev. John T. Smith of Halifax
married the couple. Wilson said
he talked to the preacher and
they remembered the couple af
BOSTON (UPD-A man Who
nearly killed himself while al
legedly trying to steal an Air
Force Jet to visit a aick Hindu
leader in India, was held today in
$2,500 bail for a hearing next
Donald L. Lutman, 35, of
Bound Brook, N.J., said he had
never flown a Plane of any kind.
He was napped Sunday at Hans
com Air Force Base m Bedford,
Mass., and turned over to the FBL
The FBI said Lutman slipped
past guards at the base, removed
wheel chocks and lines which se secured
cured secured the T 33 jet trainer and
climbed into .the cockpit.
He pushed a button which he be
lieved was the starter, the author authorities
ities authorities said, and found instead it
was the ejection 'device used by
pilots abandoning a plane. One
explosive charge hurls off the
canopy and another ejects the
The second charge failed to ffo
off, the Ail1 Force said, but the
first charge tossed off the plexi
glass canopy and did $2,500 dam damage
age damage to the plane.
Lutman, stunned but uninjured,
tried to bluff his- Way out when
three Air Force men ran to the
plane, the FBI said. He told the
airmen. "I'm" a toilnt. I 1uatl
Gas if up".
He offered no resistance when
they yanked him from the cock.
Lutman told authorities he was
trying to get to the bedside of
Thakur: a Hindu religious leader,
who lives in the remote commun-
hty- of SaUang, 106 miles north of
TURKEY FOR OI
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U.S. soldiers in Europe will get
pound of turkey each, pms the
regular trimmhlgs4 when thejr sit
down to Thanksgiving dinners in
their mess halls, it was an
nounced Tuesday. Holiday meals
also will be served in army 'mess
es in France, Germany end. Italy
to many 1 thousands of guests-
most of them orphan children
from institutions' "adopted" by
various troop commands.
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v ANNOUNCEMENT OF APPROACHING MARRIAGE IS MADE
V 2 .n.nir n rrT uis ROSA VARELA
'!. j iuanni
approaches marrigge of their daughter, Rosa Raquel, to
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The 'nuptial vows will be exchanged at seven o'clock the
evening of December 9 at the Church of Cristo Rey in Pan-
S$edM is an attache at the Argentine Embassy in
1 lulii N Mambar
I m!J-ll iAtintAlt 111
v tan A.' WHICH was ui""""
the Isthmian toastmasters Club
' at its meeting in the Fern Room
;of the Tivoli Guest House last
P I Ted Shaw was voted the member
ahowlng the most improvement ju
public speaking as a result of his
I participation in debates which
hiihiighted the evening's pro-
the next meeting of the Isthmian
'Toastmasters will be held in the
'Tivoli's Fern Room December 16.
' The meeting also will be the club s
k HMiifl fhristmns dinner.
r v For further information, contact
.Cdt S. E. Taylor wavy ziu.
'Perewetl Coektaili Honor
Secretary And Mrs. Bigg
The British Ambassador ana
Ldy Henderson gave a cocktail
Dirty at the British Embassy Tues
day as a farewell compliment to
Vivet Srr.tarv and Mrs. E'. T.
BifgS. who are leaving Panama.
Gemboa Taan Club
jTe Have Bake Sale
Members of the Gamboa Teen
" Club will sponsor a bake sale Sa Saturday
turday Saturday morning at 9:30 in the
Gamboa Civic Center Building.
$ When, jrou are a house guest
' try to pack everything you' think
. you might need. Having to bor borrow
row borrow all kinds of small supplies
from your hostess will cause her
You're not likely to forget the
j things you will need if you make
a careful list before you begin to
Dr. Osvaldo Velasquez
Announces the reopening
of his office at Via Espana
: No. 31.
from 2 to 6 p.m.
Hw-?w I A LwAi There's celebration in the air So,
.1 t 1a( V comb a "party look" into your
1 I t m if (Lrtflt A TT J with Adorn ,nd
At your favorite Store on
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Viii hav. announced the
Home baked caked, cookies,
brownies, cupcakes and dough doughnuts
nuts doughnuts will be offered for sale.
Mu Alpha Theta Civat
Charter To Balboa High
Mm Atnha Theta. an honorary
society, presented a charter to Bal
boa High scnooi last weeK. me
presentation was made by B. F.
RviW mnninr nf the local ch?D-
ter, and was accepted for Balboa
High by Principal 1. t nou.
cinnrH v. V.tspr sunerinlend
ent of schools, presented individual
1 . .1 1 4
ceriuicaies 10 me cnaner mem
nffipor anri other charter mem
bers of Mu Alpha Theta are Ro Rolando
lando Rolando Chanis, president; Carlos
Kiamco,. vice president: uavio.
Rmwnp sprrptarv: Martha Miller,
treasurer; Elias Chaluja, Ann
HatWoll .Tiiriith Hotz. Sandra Mo-
rency. Pat Tate and Margaret
Memhprshin in Mu AlDha Theta
requires that the student must Jbe
a top scnoiar in mainemaucs ami
must maintain better than average
scholarship in other academic stu
C0NTIWUED ON PAGE FIVI)
Grocer Blames Wife
For First Traffic,
Ticket In 30 Years
LONDON .(UPI) Maurice
Martin, a 55-year-old grocer,
hlamprt hie wi p's hark spat driv
ing for his first traffic violation
in 30 years..
lie acuk ill linn uwk Triii in.
payment of a $2.80 fine for failing
to neea a policemen a signal :
"For 3ft vears it' heen naff.
nag, nag," he wrote. "If she sees
a lorry a mile away she says
mind, mina. mina t
"This particular day she had
kept up her usual runningcom runningcom-mentary
mentary runningcom-mentary all the way and as we
were"- approaching King's Cross
Station she said 'look out." I
plnnrpH aroiinrl to sea what was
nn and when I looked ahead again
we were sweeping past a police
man with nis nana up.
His wife, Fanny, 58, said mis
,n. "nnnCAnca" hut eha BlmlTrpfl
"I suonose I am a bit of a back,
To Re-Enter Jordan
AMMAN, Jordan ZUPD-A U.S.
Embassy spokesman announced
today that dependents of Amer
ican mission personnel in Amman
who left the country during last
summer's crisis would be author authorized
ized authorized to return to Jordan begin beginning
ning beginning Friday.
More than 100 dependents were
advised to leave Jordan last Aug.
8 because of the instability nre nre-vailing
vailing nre-vailing in the area at that time.
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calvma tbauM ubwi a
tran-writtaa lira ami auila. M
id ki aumbat listed dail m Se Se-cial
cial Se-cial n4 OlharwiM" et dalivara
v Ittni the Mitt. NeMeae
Matinaa cannot ka eceftee' kt
knixhU Of St.' Paul
The Knights of St. Paul will have
a Lpecial meeting this evening at
7:30 at St. Paul's Church.
Cnknict. CiknwApsatian Club
The Canal Zone Spanish Conver Conversation
sation Conversation Club will hold its regular
bi-weekly meeting this evening at
7:30 at the Quarry Heights Offic Officers'
ers' Officers' Club. All persons who are
eligible to join an officers' club
ata luobnmerl in. .inin t.he oTOUD.
Sports shirts or other comfortable
attire wui ne apropnaie.
Bombing 01 Quemoy
With Light Salvo
TAIPEI, Dec. 3 (UPI) Com Communist
munist Communist Chinese artillery resumed
bombardment of the Quemoy is islands
lands islands today after resting yester yesterday
day yesterday but opened with a light salvo.
The Nationalist Chinese Defense
Ministry said Red shore guns
splattered the offshore islands with
28 shells up to dawn 24 against
big Quemoy, two on little Quempy
and' two on Tatan lsiana.
Nationalist s u P P 1 eonvoy
...aU.j k. nntnnat itlanrts Xafelv
yesterday and unloaded without
drawing uommunisi re, t
Since Nov. 1, tnetReds have
htloH th Oiipmnvx onlv on odd
numbered days of ffid month, and
the .Nationalists, nave sesuppuea
the islands on even numbered
Mernbers Of Two
nn.Rin Snaln fUPIWMembers
of two of Europe's most important
gypsy trmes were mirritu
T,,.iv in "rAval'? weddine
attpItHpi) M .11 MU-
vcicuuo.j -.- n
mated lao gypsy lammea
over the continenu . w ; i ;
Th uhh inff united the grand
daughter of a former gypsy queen
with the heir to the leader
of a french tribe and touched off
a traditional four-da celebration.
The bride, 17 yea;0ld letty
Gonzalez, was .'the 'grand 'granddaughter
daughter 'granddaughter of Queen Mimiv It"" Fa-
rinn, urhnu rprpnt deaUl ID
Italy was mourned by tne wnoie
gypsy world. Her fatner is cmei
of Spain's Loravia tribe.,
The groom, known only' as
Codrv. is the son 'of the chief f
the Sabas tribe of Perls., e
BROADWAY BULLETIN BOARD
After some harsh Los, Angeles
reviews, it's .unlikely that Tallu Tallu-lah
lah Tallu-lah Bankhead will want to ao
much more touring with her ill ill-fated
fated ill-fated play, "Crazy October." De Despite
spite Despite a $65,000 advance ticket
sale, experts figure the producers
will be lucky if the play survives
for the scheduled three and a
half weeks there. ".The U. S.
Treasury Department has its hands
fascinatingly full with the current
Mickey Cohen investigation. More
than 100 witnesses from Coast to
Toast have been summoned for
questioning beginning with pastel
mink-clad Uz senay.
Movita (once Marlon's flame)
may finally marry dancer Johnny
Brascia. Their on-again-off again
romance is very warm at tne
moment, and be s urging her to
waltz down the aisle' with him
which would be bad news for a
dancer who hoped Johnny really
cared for her. .Friends uunK
the oft headlined Peter Crosby,
.yboy-promoter and ex-husband
of Denise Darcel, is a secret
bridegroom,, the lucky lady being
Dean Martin, who packed the
Sands in Las Vegas during his re recent
cent recent engagment, is doing a youth
ful version of Joe E, Lewis'
night club routine, complete with
highball, jokes and the Lewis shut
tle. But he's not as proficient at
dealing with hecklers as Joe E.
is, and one observer of his act
noted, "Dean insults the ringsid ringsid-ers
ers ringsid-ers if they so much as breathe
Johnny Carson is the new darl
ing of the Broadway producers.
He's had offers from three prom promising
ising promising Broadway shows, "including
Lindsay and Crouse's "Tall Sto
ry," but it's most likely he'll ac
cept the starring role in the
Golden fleecing," which is to be
produced by Courtney Burr and
Elliot Nugent. h
Interesting hews for the '.night
Owl set:, The Roundtable has sign
ed" Gordon Jenkins of ''Manhat ''Manhattan
tan ''Manhattan Towers" fame , to headline
their late ;in January, his piano
to be accompanied by an all-star
gextent. It'll be his: first night
club engagement.' .a .Wouldn't yoti
)ove to have t tape recorded hid'
den at these sessions? Gypsy
Rose Lee and Imoeene Coca have
Joined a weekly sewing society
with some: other ladles. Theyvtalk
while they stitch.
Better batten down Great Brit
phuCount Basie opens at the Roy
al Festival Hall in London on Feb
ruary 7th. .The photographer
who collected $25,000 for his ex exclusive
clusive exclusive pictures at the time of the
death of Pope Pius XII is the
same lens lad who took the first
photographs, of Trance Nuyen to
Jane Morgan got an expensive
and nnsual present from an ad
mirer the night? shti opened stSttie,
Riviera in Lat Vegas: two Hol-
stein cows. The gent's name has
to remain a secret...Charlie Chap Chap-Ln,
Ln, Chap-Ln, informed that a great many
Hollywood luminaries had been
growing nervous over the autobio
graphy he's writing, replied cynic:
any. "Nofdoub a few are afraid
of what -I may write about them,
but all the rest are merely con
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THE VOiCE OF
by Dorbfhy Killgallen
cerned that I won't mention them
Susan Hay ward, dining at the
colony with producer wal.er wan
ger, affected the "no makeup"
iook but wore a chic black eve
ning dress with diamond clips.
Now that the: British are com coming
ing coming out with their version of the
Titanic disaster. A Night To Re
member," following the 1953 .U.S.
flicker, "Titanic" with Barbara
Stanwyck and Clifton! Webb) and
a previous German ;movie also
titled "Titanic' there seems no
thing left to make except possi
bly a French yersion starring Bri
Voung disc atar Connie Francis
has just recovered from an eye
infection, casoed by faulty contact
lenses. .The-cute blonde in the
hatcheck booth at the Bon Vivant
restaurant in the garment center
is the daughter of restauranteuse
Roy Campanell's hospital bill lo
date has hit an epic figure a re
ported $25,000, only partially cov-
erea Dy insurance.
Vita Genovese, the reputed Ma
fia leader, is seriously ailing. .
The snazziest car on Broadway
these nights is parked in front of
the wildly informal jazz spot
known as the Metropole. It's an
$11(000 Bently to which drummer
Cozy Cole treated him sell witn
some of the royalties pouring in
from his besUelling record, "Top-
Annthar raasnn fnr Innkinff twice
at An Stroppini, one of the beau beauties
ties beauties in .''La Plume De Ma Tante."
She used to toil as Sophia Loren's
stand-in. '.The Begum, widow of
the last Aga Kiian, has flipped r
ver the paintings of French artist
Bernard Lignon, and her patron patronage
age patronage has created quite a vogue for
his work among members of the
moneyed international set.
At last someone's thought of an
nnrnnriaf 'nanuM for a rock 'n'
roll group. The, new outfit is call
ed The Nowneres.
rtna nf fVin rhnut nrnmislnff of
the jazz vocalists is worrying her
admirers Decause oi ner winn
ing. She candidly admits She poi poi-icho.
icho. poi-icho. Aff fifth nf. sin everv
nioht Svetlsna McLee. a orettv
dancer in "My Fair Lady," will
marry Don uranam, a singer m
?Bells Are Ringing," in Decem
Many high-ranking members of
ik nnnii indmlrv ar furious bp-
cause Washington officials refused
to allow "Giant" to De snown in
Iron Curtain countries. They re regarded!
garded! regarded! ft as unsuitable for Com Commie
mie Commie consumption because it hint hinted
ed hinted rather strongly that all Texans
weren't always little gentlemen.
PRIEST CAINS SEAT
; 5 LONDON (UPI) The Rev.
Peter Gilbey, a Benedictine monk,
will take a day off from nis au au-tint
tint au-tint ii assistant Driest of St. Al-
ban's Reman Catholic Church in
Warrington today and assume
his seat in the House of Lords.
Father Gilbey became the ninth
Baron Vaux of Harrowden six
months ago on the death of his
mother, the eldest daughter of tne
6:30 io 'fM pMy
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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North and South vulnerable
fact Sevth West Nerth
1N.T.. : -.Double Pass
Pass Past j -Opening
Fast's nb-trumn onenine it not
recommenuea. sou just aon i
open one no-trump with six-card
suits and win at hridge. but the
game was duplicate and East
wan ed a ton score. Hence hii Ir
regular no-trump: opening.
i aon t snow exactly wnat soutn
wanted, but his two .'diamond bid
can only be described as a sucker
ovprrall Wst mantaA a tftn. inma
just as much as East and doubled
on ma iwo aces ana King ana tne
diamonds he hoped his partner
, South won the opening club lead
and led a "heart. East won the
triplr and tiIuvaH are.-anil nn
trump. South won in. dummy and
l.'j J .1, ,1L,
iea a low spaae. At ims point
East came uu' with a verv eood
nlav. K W0nl nn with tha lrintf
and continued with the jack. West
won the queen with his ace and
led: his last KnarU which V.ait riif.
fed. South still had to Ipse a trump
ana a ciuo ana was down two
tricks. East and West had their
top score since the 500 point penal penalty
ty penalty was more than they could make
at hearts, which in a normal con
tract would, be 450.
cast's bid pid had worked out.
South's horrible bid had not.
-The bidding he been:
Nertb Eaat 8et( West
Yen, South, hold:
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' !' Anewer tesaeeme
Talks For New
LONDON. Dec. 3 (UPI)- The
Soviet Union stepped up its attacks
on negotiations ior a new Japan Japan-United
United Japan-United States defense treaty today
with a demand that Japan elimin
ate U. S. military bases on its
territory and follow a policy of
The Soviet news agency Tass re"
ported last night that Soviet Fo
reign Minister Anarei uromyico
handed" a hew note ; to Japanese
Ambassador Kadowak denouncing
the American-Japanese talks on a
new Far East security treaty.
"The Soviet government declar
ed. .that renunciation by Japan
of her shackling military commit commitments
ments commitments would be ln the interests of
world peace and the Japanese na
tion itseiryTass saia.
"Dismantling of foreign military
bases on Japanese territory, in
cluding Okinawa and tne fionitt is islands,
lands, islands, and the withdrawal of all
foreign' troops from the country
would serve the; same purpose,"
it sid.-..f sv;;'' .vv.
The note said new American American-Jananese
Jananese American-Jananese militai'v treatv would in
crease the threat of war in the
Far East, emphasizing the dangers
of nuclear and rocket warfare to
countries iwitlr a dense popula
tion and a. great concentration of
material and other resources on
relatively, small territories."
It said that the United States.
Vby virtue. ... this treaty conclud
ed against the will and contrary
to the national interests of the
Japanese: peoples. xontinues in
effect o : occupr, the territory Of
vA-it. saia tne presence or Amencan
troops in Japan aire poses' a threat
to Japan's 1 neighbors. inclodina
CDmmunist Chin and the .Soviet
Mom Uset Mxana M
Mixans prevented diapar rath in ever
3 of hoaplul tm tasted! No erdf
' eary powder, it's medieated. antitepUe,
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TV Company, Forv
irAanimiiuiviun; n. ape
examiner recommenaea to- der was prompted, by the highly highly-that
that highly-that the FCC nunish a aub- nuhlipirwi h.arinu. A h. u...,.
iuii m. iKuuuu auiuici u
alleeedlv lmnrooer-; nressure on
lormer x .wommissioner nicn
lucrative Miami .television chan-
t i i ,?
eammer, juugo norce
said behind-the-scenes : at
tempts, of Pubhc Service Televi-
nnw to ro eraiea.;-r
uu oci v.t? iVw
revocauon or. tire permit which
. . f
urvviniHiv iwirasn Tn ir
iy r inuirecuy secured, aid-
improprieties committed by their
v7k rv.r rj. t x.es Aeiauver (D-Tenn.).
?ortn Video Inc aure Spessard Holland (D-Fla ) and
former FCP. r.nmmi.oinn WKrtll i b"5J. -.
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wwuva V Vioa 4 VB U1U. JDUL Uf
inncii ia rat a m it at ee De
i "there ia mi iivld.fi th.t
nvthin wn. .:.,Ti7.
ne by Jones in that regard."
L. R. W lann Tnn whlnh ,'f.Kti ,Z 1 uu irapar-
rates ndttMlicnfrnZ)X'T co?le Chan.
cinnau, onio,. was the only one
of the four original applicants
against whom there have been no
vkiuauvui ui improper: umuence.
In ursine th p.AmmffiiAn tn
hold further proceedings in the
lease, Stern said none' of the an-
plicants would be automatically
disqualified. But he said any im improper
proper improper conduct must reflect ad adversely
versely adversely against them and weighed
against them in any final FCC
decision. '' ,
Stern, a Pennsylvania Jurist
chosen bv th FC.r. tn Njaii4.
the case, said an aoDlicai)tinr
a TV ehannel "cannot be allowed
to obtain anv artvnttr
profit by his wrong-doing, nor suf suffered
fered suffered to enjoy the fruit nf hi.
The five-member confmiasion
Was HMrTM Trt 0A AHir .;k
KStern's recommendation, it .1.
ready has been ordered to recon reconsider
sider reconsider the award by the U.S. Court
of Appeals, which- retains jurisdic jurisdic-uon
uon jurisdic-uon over the ease.
A SDokesman fnr th Miami .t.
tion, WPST, i said Public Serviea
had not vet rervivA nffioi.i
uce of Stern's recommendation
and WOUld hav nn imn.l.
comment. , :
For JAdmilling Redsi
; TAIPEI.'iDec.JiS iUPI) Two p,u Mi Butler agreed on this find find-American
American find-American missionaries and 57 Chi- In tnerwlse difierihg; interpre interpre-nese
nese interpre-nese Protestant ministers have pra- tions of the Democratic victory
tested ? the oroDosala of fr s In the Nov. 4 voting s s
churchmen urging recognition in
ea unina ana us admission to
ue united .Nations.
sident of the Taikuang Bible Ins-
cabled their protests directly to
uiuic. iuo iue v,nin.as pniirrnffi.fi
the National Council of Churches
of Christ in America, parent orga-l
nization of the conference that is-
sued the recommendation on R.d
China., : '.,
"We who hava aecn ChriaHana
suffer bitter! v under th Cnd.h.t.l
int. inhumanitarian oppression vol
Communist rulers in, Red China
strongly feel the church should
have nothing to do with any move
to recognize such a r.eim Bat.
er 'old the NCCCA.
"Surely millions of devout
Chritisans are anoaUed : that
such a Compromise should even
be recommended by a church
aiio viuucie, wno seni copies- 01
their eabl. to Pr.sid.nt. Ria.nrinur.
, umor u.a. leaaers ana int w. i ivepuuwcau caumu.irs. in vmn
N., expressed "deep sorrow' over j instances the aim.wastfwharkably
the proposal : v AgiiMMM&
Lireci, irom navana,
it--:- Flamenco Dance Trio
, limited engagement In
;:.;B. JELLAVISTA'SvltO Nvi
, 2, SHOWS NICHTpY; 9:00 A ,10:30 P. Mi j
i1', : n Covers-No sttateas?.tsWat.. ;v
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PANAM COFFEE QUEEN
Seeks To Penalize
Improper Pressure ;
1 me appeals court s review nr.
uuiuence lnvesugaung subcom
l-mitt m ,t.mit. v k- ru.
inei 10 contestanU to nr.ir
Mack subseauentlv 'reafmMl im."
haer. fire as a result nt th' di.
closures. e and -his money,
lenriin A-fonri m.
A. Whiteside.' later were indirreS
?. irnww eonduct.
uuu uaa Been pel ior Jan. 6.
: Stern i said Mack should hav.
?WWied himself instead "of
fBuai ?or rupup, Service, wh ch
in., uie ucneiiuary Cm wn tMriii'i
unpaid efforts, i The '? comoaiw.
.u- i 1 x -
j""" cnannei Dy a 4 to 2
uw, an oeea operating WPST
(a.fv(ewea in aetail the at.
tempts1 to influence Mack b
fiiuicaiue ua Annur Frank- icat.
Untin. th m.r 5 ?
vwis A.omauiera u.n .
I t y a :
1. nerauilj M thaaa ... i.
ct-." j v .1 Jr jTT. asures.
,lu was rendered
vote wit i fr..7 r:'"L'"
Costa Rican Group
To Hold Dance
On December 31
t The Cast "Hifiin DKil-
i iy vu-mpieiea pians to
entertain the, public at a farew.n
ROD on IlM 51 f ik. T..:
Society auditorium. Music by the
vumuo ana. oiner attractions
wavnt Dffnn irnnaui
oince earn November .the ffroun
uau anocner larva .t w
pons printed and are still distri distributing
buting distributing them.
au signs indicated that the,
dance will te well attended as is
customary wherever the popular
Both Sides Anree
'Right To 7orkr
Lam Hurt GOP
NEW YOR1T: ve:'t niPTi.Th.
Democratic and Republican party
cnairmen ageo toaay JtepUDIic-
n candidates were badly hurt in
the 1958 elections by campaigns
r auiie riKui-w-worK. laws.
GOP .National;- chairman Mead
; They discussed the elections in
I Becues P'eParea Ior lne annual
ituagresi or inausiry or tne JNa-
n 0M .of the principal business
whiuiiuuui uvuuiciieuL id
I work 'laws io outlaw union shop
contracts. s ,
Alcorn said the GOP had made
progress in winning rank-and-file
labor support and sheddine the
1 "anti-labor" and "big business" la
I bel pinned on it cv : Democrats
But this year, he said, "the hie
I business versus organized labor
image" was revived for most
wage-earners when the right to to-work
work to-work proposition was placed on
th hatlnt in aix itat.i and ini.pt.
ed into legislative debates in oth others.
"Th. r..ntirp. nf lahfir w'r.
movilized as never before in a po
litical campaign Alcorn said.
'It was ai ? double-harreled on-
1 auuKuv wiip one uanef uaiueu on
I ripht-to-work and the Mother on
T4ie Rreniesi, v.:
pow for .t(fl'vT.;
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F1DNESDAT. BECEMBFR 3. 1951 ? (ilj" Tint MANAMA MTBTrli Alt tKnmnchrwf HA1T.T. vrotABk
Rainbow GMUit f
Cakewalk, variety Show .. 1 V
. Member! of the Order of Rain
bow GirL:, Pedro Miguel Assembly
Three, will sponsor1 t cakewalk
- and variety show Saturday even
ing at the Ancon Masonic Temple.
The event Is to begin af T p.m.
' Entertainment has been planned
both for adults -and children.; The
public is invjted'to attend. :
Carnival banco Class f ;
Tonight At USO-JWfi x
The weekly Carnival dance' class
will be conducted ihis-venini5- at
7:30 at the USO.JWB' In Balboa
by, the well-known Instructor, Luis
Tovar. v .' 1
Congressman Wants Fast Decision
On US's Nuclear-Powered Plane
WASHINGTON (UP!?,- ep.
Melvin Price (D-fll.) called; on the
administritibm'i.t o d a.yvtr jnake
in imm erfl.f I "plear-cut deci
sion" on how soon the United
SUies wiHh' flying; a, nilclear nilclear-powered
powered nilclear-powered airplane.
Price, chairman of the, loint
(ongressionaL , atomic inearth
iubcommitte)lsaid' "thV Mtum
can ill afford, further delay and
i t i a
tt. m,iA Ki'iniinrv f In i M
lition "to push forward- vigorous-fCommwsion.
y to a successful conclusion" oil.. n.:!u,r'mnm
the program. But he chargea
that "bureaucratic, ; snajtua in
Washington" have, stalled it.
Price's statement, which' Also
said Amejiean scientists .have
reached "actioal stage'lnhe
project, wa prompted "iff" pubr
lished report that Russia already
is test-flying at,' huge 'expenmen-.
tal nucleaj-powered "bomber,.
The coneressman said he under
stood "a policy level meeting is
to take place ill the .hear future
Soace Council 'later today to dis
cuss accleration of U.S.' efforts
to build an atoroJc-powered TJlane
President Eisenhower will meet
with his National Aeronauncs .and
Spac Council .Wednesday tq dis
cuss missile mauers. Press &ep.
retary James G
. -Hagefty s&aid he
did not know. 'whether' the.:. count.
en aiso' wouia' xbkc up ane-repon-ed
flight of Soviet oufilear oufilear-powered
powered oufilear-powered pranef ci "
" tn1 n"W f r
Concord Honors -Founding
Wifh DnnoHnn: 1
Of)ELt,' 'England The
town of,' Concord, Mass., has
proved itself friehd indeed.
Odell banished, the" Bey., Pete
Bulkeley -from his post as; rector
of the Bedfordshire Parish of
Odell in 1635 because' of his non non-comformis);
comformis); non-comformis); views.
The minister and .. his -- friends
went to the new' world and .found .founded
ed .founded Concord.
Next Sunday, P.T.. feoyd, presi president
dent president of Concord,1 will attend the
evensong services t AH, Saints
Church here and present a gift of
moneys raised in. iConeoro rtQ.help
pay ior the new, $3,360 bell tower
on th church.,' t ?
I yoil hair will feel
ifroh at -the ; dav
s ': Jr. i .i t '
Tempo lea v c 1U magic, then 1
'.Ytvaaiahee ovewuihtV ', t
j.-'r: '. -.Vs-'i;'!:. trtr. V''4X'Af--VVir"v-A-w.A'f .'s,4v' I
' -. ; a
. The classes aro- offered to ser servicemen
vicemen servicemen and their dependents,' as
well as reaidents of the Canal Zone
and Panama, in order that they
may. -learn the Umborito. punto
and cumbia, and thus add to their
enjoyment of the forthcoming; Car-
nival season. -f ;r
Lunchoon Honors .
Mm. Mariana da Garcoe ;
.Mr. and Mrs. Paul. Kramer ent
ertained at their residence, at a
luncheon party ..honoring MrsMa'
nana, A. oe arjcea.
Th vnt was' attended bv
mau group M menat :. :
ThV' President also .has cohed
uled two special National Security
Council m e e t i n g s.' for today
jind tomorrow to.. take up the de defense
fense defense .and foreign aid budgets. It
was conceivable tbat the atomic-
plan question coui(l come tip at
on eat these sessions. r ?-
MifcA United States "has ear
marked about 850 million dollars
since World War It for the nu nuclear;
clear; nuclear; iplane efforts of 'the- Air
Force, Navy,' and Atomic Energy
If 1 Vr 1
Nuclear-eowered bombers would
be 'able to circle the world indef indefinitely
initely indefinitely at 'tremendous 'speed and
height -and; strike instantly should
war v come. Success m" building
them' could create 'world-wide psy
chological impacts-such mis Rus
sia's .putniK -and, una country's
atomic?" ubmarinea have br
Defense Secretary Neil If. Md Md-Elroy
Elroy Md-Elroy said Monday be was "high "highly
ly "highly skeptical" about whether Rus Russia
sia Russia actually had reached the test test-flight
flight test-flight stage 'but he. Conceded ttie
Soviets j"may have a -slight lead
over the 1 United' 'States in this
i Price., har sine tnat the admin
istration has consistently nulled
the.". rug i from 1 under scientists
working, on .the nroiect; 'said that
fttrthet U.-S: aelav could man
forfeiting "once again our tech
SUVA. Fiii Islands fUPIVvl A
hurricane with center wind of
more than 100 miles an hour tore
a wide oath across th Fiii t.
lands, yesterday; destroying crops
and buildings and disrupting com-
Early reoorts- listeflf nnlv one
death, but scores of persons were
reported to have been made
homeless by the atorm. .
The winds' toppled V 180-foot
radio, mast of the Fiji, Broadcast Broadcasting
ing Broadcasting Company. .Trees, were up-1
rooted nd -.smaU 'buildings
a goft and 1
; "JSrV ovtrn! Tempo can't build up stiffness
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I the firat hair apray made In 3 formulae
noiu ana coniiiiion your type or hairl
Electronic Eavesdropping Revealed
In Coya Knutson's Marital Strife
WASHINGTON, UPD-JL Wash-
mglon attorney, admitting it was
"a terrible thing," said yesterday
hia operatives have been using an
electronic device to eavesdrop on
Rep.: Coya Knutson (D-Minn ),
- The lawyer. Benedict F. jer
aid Jr.; added that on the oasis
of what thev overheard he does
not think a -reconciliaUonv la in
prospect for the Jady lawmaker
and her lonesome husbanov Andy
Fitzgerald conceded this was -de-
prise new chapter in the 4'come
home Coya" 4rama It has .-'aiJ
tured marital strife, election heart
break and charges of fraud against
the blonde consresswoman s noun-
cal foes. m j
r:Th attorney said if was to pro
tect Anay interests mat a., nara
bolie .mike" was planted tot pick
UDi Conversations in Mrs: ; Knut-
son's northwest Washington apart
Gitzgerald conceded this was de deplorable.
plorable. deplorable. But he said it was t
not- illegal like telephone wire
tapping. J', v
"This ia eavesdropping," he ex ex-nlained.
nlained. ex-nlained. 4'not wireitaomnr '
.j Fitzgerald aaid 'rris operatives
also had attached i a device to
Mrs. Knutson's blue and white
Oldsmobdle so the auto could be
traced within a radius of 20 miles.
But he said mis was (not parti
cularly productive because the car
got little use.
Mrs.; Knutson's trouble started
when her husband issued a widely widely-publicized
publicized widely-publicized appeal to her to give up
uDucAie and return to Oluee,
linn.i where, the couple runs a
small hotel, She subsequently was
defeated ior reelection by Republi
can Odin Langen. t v
Andy then slapped her coneres-
sional security, William Kjeldahll
with a $200,000 slander and aliena
tion of i affections suit, The-' suit
was withdraws last week and Mrs.
Knutson; charged it was Fitzezer-
aid's idea in the- first place rath-
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er man. Anay t, ;-
She also reauested a House in
vestigation of her. defeat. She aaid
langen s backers inspired her hus
band's come-home appeals, there-;
by defrauding the voters jof 'her
But Fitzgerald, who represented
Andy in the suit? saidlt was with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn -y other parties' -under ei ei-cumstances
cumstances ei-cumstances 'which he termed ir irregular.,
regular., irregular., He also said he never re received
ceived received a letter from Andv'ielling
. A r, 1 "THURSDAY JilGHT BUFFET
$2.25 : -6:0O to 9:00 p.m. $2.25
The Spanish Guitar and" Voices of the.
. "ECOS LATINOS"
' to entertain you.
announcing the world's first
'Entirely new! Tempo'conditions as it controla. Hplds
hair softly all day . leaves its magic . then vanishes
;?Asfor' It at ur favorite
' ,' ,"
him bo was fired-as i Kjeldahal
Mrs, Knutson wac not' Immedi Immediately,
ately, Immediately, available (or comment. But
as aide said she would be told of
fitzgerald'a remarks. a
A staff member of th House
Judiciary Committee, which made
a stuay m wire-tapping and other
methods of eavesdrbpping, said
there waa so federal law against
use of the parabouc.mike
He laid wire tapping is the only
form of eavesdropping covered bv
leoerai law. And some experts
claim' that 'wire tanning itself is
not illegal. They "argue the law
comes into play only when the in
tercepted messages are "divulged.
Fitzgerald said he has been try
ing;- to no avail, to get in touch
with Andy. He said this was part
of tno reason nia operatives put
Coya'a apartment under surveil surveillance.
lance. surveillance. Andy waa last sees is public
here wnen ne and (Joya nad
Thanksgiving dinner together at a
restaurant with their adopted 18-year-old
ion, Terry. 1
Fitzgerald declined' to divulge
conversations which he said were
overheard Is Mrs. Knutson's apart
ment. ' ,v
Asked whether U dialogues oi-
fered signs of a ', reconciliation,
Fitzgerald aaid: "I'd like to see
one; but I don't tmnav in coming
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26 Nursing Assistants Get
The .Volunteer Corpi of the Ca
nai tone uvu ueiense omcf grad graduated,
uated, graduated, 26 nursing assistants today
at a.m. at the Margarita Serv Service
ice Service Center,'
- Mrs. Charlotte Kennedy- was the
American Red Cross instructor fo
the (purse on Care of the sick
and injured. Philip L. Dade. Chief
of Civil Defense, presented the
qualifying certificates and address
Those graduating are:
Astreg Brooks, Netta Bruce, Ma Mary
ry Mary Dwyer, Bertha C. Dyer, Es-
DARIEN LODGE A.F. & A.M.
Installation of officer! for 1959 Thursday evening,
v December 4, 1958 at 7:30 p.m. Scottish Rite
'&' Temple, Balboa, Canal Zone.
, Dinner at 6:30 p.m
All Master Masons are cordially invited.
! jDtNCAN LAIRD, JR.
i' Worshlpfnl Master.
For the Best -in
news and entertainment
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lors. Sizes:' 5j6, 7, 8, 9.
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Jumbo 2x46 bath ;
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V i;8tartlna the 5th thru the
- iietcinucr r niu ue upca irom. 'o.WU
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FrtncesiT. Gilley t;Jluth O'Neal
Jeanne C. Sanders, Jane Ste Stephens,
phens, Stephens, Rita Washabaugh Edna.
WerU, Betty Reif.'r Ijouise Allen,
Coryne Anderson, Emily Brooks,
Maxine Carpenter,' Bernice Hill,
Virginia Kleefkens,' Verna Linke Linke-mann,
mann, Linke-mann, Dorothy Meehan, Dorothy
Nichols, Marion H. Phillips, Mar Margaret.
garet. Margaret. Rinehart- Ruth U Scranton,
Following the presentation of cer certificates
tificates certificates election of 'officers for
1959 was to be-held.
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with Dave Constable as announcer Monday thru Saturday at 7:45 p.m.
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JIV.JI1.JJ Mill V2UCJIP rort Kohkfl. .ntftrtnitidW at hr rm,A : fA mAMV U. i i.ll. uma
Wives Club. Shewn at the tea table, from left, art Mra. Jones, Mn. Dana V, -BrMkW, Mrlirlef W. Berry, Mrs.
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Feminine chatter at the tea
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Mrs. William E. Jarnigan,
Mrs. Cordon C. Nidhols and
Mrs'. Charlie J, Mills,
- (Army Photo)
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AMONG -THF TllFK members attending Mrs. Jones' 'tea included, from left, Mrs. Artec Hutsenpll-
.. mr, mn, jonn k. orannon, Mrs. Kay K, .schilling. Mrs. John P. Hoover, Mrs.
Daniel. E. Foskey, Mra, James M.. Harper and Mrs. Arnett Bodenheimefj (Army PKbto)
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inCAIKIWAL AAfCKj ro9 n the comedy "My Three Angels,',' which will open December 8 at the Ancon
Playhouae, Their attention herercenteri oiV'Charlee Pearce,;ieated, who, with Peter Barge, quetione the confused
record books of Osmond Kelly, right. The play it being presented under the sponiorshlp pf the Theatre Guild.
bAICA UlirLAY Mr. Diana" Chiarl Cruber, well-knOwrt ,'locar mrtlt?r at'a meeting of trie Atlantic Slde 'Par-nt-Te4chef
Aoclation, Pictured, from Jeff," are Mri. Helen Rushing1' principal of the Catun ElemenMry School,
,Mr. Crubec, Mn. Martin Hernandez, Mrs. Paul Beck and Mr. Edward WhitlockV (Army Photo)
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ifpm left, are Mn. Virginia Miller, Hank DeVoll, Kenneth ; Bernitein, Warren: Drell And tMri. Alice Lowery. In the
beck row are Larry Clark, Donald Miller, Howard Favorite "and Skipper, Redmond, n J (Army. Photo)
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To Go Against
In Tonight's Game; Marlboro
There was a special kind of expectancy among
local baseball fans today.
The reason? Because Pat Scantlebury, Cerve Cerve-za
za Cerve-za Balboa's classy southpaw, was scheduled to pitch
tonight after an absence of several seasons from the
Panama Pro League. ....
Chosen to oppose Lord Pat on the mound, is
righthander Jim Hardison, whose Marlboro Smokers
defeated the Kings 7-5 in 11 innings last night to
take the lead by a half -game over Cerveza Balboa
and the champion Carta ViejaYankees.4
Scantlebury, Gatun boy who
sow resides In the U.S., reported reported-y
y reported-y sat out recent winters in his
Sew Jersey home mainly because
his Pro Loop club would not give
him the salary he had demand-
8dEvidently, Pat got what he
asked for this season, as he ar arrived
rived arrived here some ten days ago
and has worked hard getting
himself into shape.
A standout star In the Pan Panama
ama Panama circuit for years '-'The
Lord" has been among the out outstanding
standing outstanding hurlers of the high
minor leagues 1st the States for.,
some seven summers and has
seen action With the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Redlegs. v
He was one of the top pitch pitchers
ers pitchers this year for Toronto, Class
AAA International League,
where he compiled a 15-9 record.
Last night, it was big George
Altaian's first homer of the sea seasona
sona seasona towering blast over the
right field fence with a runner
aboard that gave Smokers right
hander Humberto Robinson a
hard-earned' tlciorV; ;
Humberts, Who went all the
way! picked nr his second win to
be the first pltdher to do so this
season. He has suffered one set-?
Robby permitted only five hits,
but three of the safeties were
roundtrippers which, accounted
for all. of the loser 'fflvei4majrk 'fflvei4majrk-ers.
ers. 'fflvei4majrk-ers. ,
The Milwaukee Braves right righthander
hander righthander struck out nine batters
and walked four.
Lefty Vihert Clarke started
for the Kings and lasted only
one-third of an Inning during
which he gave up three runs and
the same amount of hits.
Three more pitchers followed
Gierke. Alberto Osorio took over
in the first. Rtanlev Arthur came
on 1" the sixth and Dick Luebke.
the loser, worked the last four
The Kings' Tiurlers gave up a
total of 14 base blows, three of
wWch were homers. Bobby Pres.
cott had himself two of the four four-masters.
masters. four-masters. Gall Henley, Pumpsle Green
finllv Ttrieeer. a native New
Vnrker. was a professional boxer
for 14 years. He hit the jackpot in
1938 when he won recognition by
the National Boxing Association
as world middleweight champ aft after
er after decisioning NBA chamo Al
Hostak in 15 rounds at Seattle. In
the return the following year, mo
stak flattened Solly in four rounds
En route to the title, Krieger de
feated Billy Conn at Pittsburgh
but Conn won their next two meet-
lnes. In 1941, Solly retired after
droDDine a 10
round oecision 10
Whatever happened to Solly
Krieger? Now 49, he runs a park-
int at a fa shionahU restaurant
In Miami Beach, Fla.
Ste'nv'le 81 St. Michael's (Vt.)
Marshall 84 St. Joseph's (Ind.)
Davis a Elkins 95 Potomac St. 60
Duquesne 63 Carngie Tech 43
Rhode Island 84 Quonset 43
Villanova 83 Lemyone 67
Canisius 56 Siena 54
Adelphi 89 Long Island U. 47
Set on Hall 80 Rider 59
Temple 60 Gettysburg 53
Kentucky 91 Florida St
Stetson 71 Tampa 64
C, Smith 90 Howard U. 60
Lenoir Rhyne 95 Newberry 71
Murray St. 70 Texas Wesley an 56
Alabama 80 Jacksonville St. 40
Mississippi St. 9i SE Louisiana 72
Citadel 55 Richmond 45
West Virginia 76 Furroan 67
Florida 107 Erskine 61
Spring Hill 75 St. Bernard 65
Florida soiunern.7 Kouin ei
Birmingham Sou. 72 Ihint'ton
N. Carolina St. 70 Pnn State
Kentucky Wesleyan 92 Centre
Georgia 76 Clemson 59
La. Tech 77 SE Oklahoma St.
Memphis St. 105 Chattanooga
Mount Union 86 Geneva 76
ST 1 .. '
7-5 In Thriller
and Les Peden conneeted: bound boundary
ary boundary blasts for the Kings.
Three runs in the too of the
first chased Clarke. Eddie Nano Nano-leon,
leon, Nano-leon, ,'iWho had a total of four
hits forjthe night, led off with
a doubl and came home on A A-lnnsn
lnnsn A-lnnsn TUat.hwnite's t.rinle..,.'
Brathwaite scored on AYtmah's
sacrifice, fly and Prescott's horn,
er with (the bases enmtv produc produced
ed produced the third tally of the game,"
and Osorio came in to put out
Altnlain's single and Marcos
Cobos' double In the third wid-j
ened thje Smokers' gap 4-0 and
Henley's homer made, the score
4-1 in the fourth.
The Smokers led 5-1 in the
fifVi oftor Trocfntf Vilt ht. WpA.
PunliDsle Green's three run
smash ifi the fifth put the Kings
one run' behind, 5-4, and Peden's
blow Rnptteane couni at 5-a m
And so it went until the 11th
when with one out Alonso
Brathwaite singled to center
and trotted home ahead of
Altman when the big fellow
put a Luebke pitch over the
fence in right field.
In the bottom of the lKh Rob
by struck out Ken Hunt, made
Peden roll out to short and then
fanned Granville Gladstone to
end the; thriller.
iowa o i uoiorau
I T 1 1 J
jviicnigan 13 ruisourga. as i
G3Toledo 68 BaldwWalliWe 6
75' Indiana 68 Drakjte-v
Kent St. 53 YounCSf0.w-SA
Iowa St. 63 S. DKota;;SU 56
Northwestern 102 W.ffenfga"tt;;W
Findlay ;116 Malon-60 t94
Loyola (111.) 79 Cartim,
Kansas 65 Rice
Uepaul 63 Christian Bromers JS7'
Nebraska 85 N.W. Mo. TchrS4
New Mejcico AaM P'ripvansvtlie 8
Cincinnati 93 Indlaift S&U?-
KansaB tit. 96 Purdue .81:
Coe 60) Parsons 58
Stout tj 75 MacAlester 64
Creightoi 69 Monmouth 40
Texas' iWestern Tulsa 54 f
Texas' Tech 93frTwufi
St. 109 Whitworth 73
Colo. Mbies 69 Fitz. Army Hos. 52
Orcuoh' St. 68 Oregon 60
I Stanford ST-Sitt Mose St:40-
I Santa Clara 49 S Francisco St. 32
'Alt.H<sTOgr K'i v r . ;. ,.. t -XO ""7-1 fSrjSi
Marlbord'V-" Ab"R H To.k 2V WV' ' A (- V T." 1 ' 1 U' .:
Napoleon;- vt . 6 'I'M 2d i" T- 1L t I I. ,', ? - toitor.', COA.'O Af
Brathwaite,' Jb ;'6 9 2 19 f V'-'v l f' " 1 1 . '
Bernard, ss .... 3 0 l 6 A 1 .1 i Pmm 141 fW f7j)v? If 7 'iWfcki 1
Mltchell,cf 3 0,0 10; h ll, I A f 4 iWS '
Robinson, p . 5 0 0 2 0 -fVl 'h ' ) I ,-1 f Iff 1 J&AXzXZjzi? -I f
Henley, cf-.-.-.'.- 4 1 13 0 Y I Marlbora v x."o J 1 V ? 3 2 J Utf
Hunt, If 4. 0 0. 3 0 s.V ((! II Vf I Cerveza RatK.' 4 ..i .-i-C s
Gladstone, rf .
Friend, 2b .
Osorio P.. lb .
Austin, lb .
Clarke, p . .
Osorio A p .
Arthur, p 0
Tumlnelli k .. 1
Luebke, p ..... .1
Peterkln doubled for A. Osorio
Tuminelll struck" out for Ar Arthur
thur Arthur in 7th.
Austin ran for E. Osorio in 9th.
Score By Innings
Marlboro 301 010 000 02-7 14 2
Kings 000 130 010 005 5 0
SUMMARY Errors: Robin
son, Bernard. 'Runs Datrea in
Brathwaite, Altman 3, Prescott
2, Bernard,' Henley, Green 3, re re-den.
den. re-den. Earned run's: Marlboro 7,
Kings 5. Two 'base. Jilts; Napole Napoleon
on Napoleon 2, Cobos, PeterklOv Three base
hits: Brathwaite,. Home runs:
Prescott 2, Henley,, Green, Peden,
Altman. Doubleplays:. Bernard,
hmasslstedv Green, Austln-' ac"
rince mtsj AiunanvHerna- ni
batter: Arthur (Mitchell). Wild
pitch: Robinson, Stipok aut,bjy;
A. Osorio 2, Arthur 1, RQBipson
9. Base on balls off: A. Osorio 1,
Arthur 1, Robinson 4, Luebke 2.
Left on base :Kings A, Marlboro
9. Pitchers record: Clark 3 runs,
3 hits In 13 inning; A. Osorio 2
runs, 4 hits in 4 13 innings; Ar Arthur
thur Arthur 0 runs, 1 lilt in 2 innings.
Winning pitcher: Robinson (2 (2-1).
1). (2-1). Losing pitcher: Luebke (1-1).
Umpires: Hilzinger, Williams,
Hinds. Attendance ;;4,t)l0. Time
of game: 3:07 1 ''4
,ti iIJItlli,.jl ti,T7M, ..
The annual Balboa Gun Club
large bore rifle championship" was
fired at the club range near jar-
fan Beach Sunday the 30th of No
vemher. Comoetetora .in this
Vy, timrtl 111 :6mjtoC-) Ii i
Thft lir iAaicii.eawas me
slow fire match, 20 shot standing
and 20 shots pro, fired on the
20 Oyard decimal target, a tar'get
that is greatly-.refluced- in. size..
Winner, Chief I. N. McKee, U.S.
Navy. Rodman Naval btauon
337; 2nd place, Maj. D. B. Par
sons, US. Army, .Chief pt Armar.
School, Ft. Gulick 326 ; 3rd' place
M Sgt. F. J. Blume, U.S. Ariforce
The second VjftfWb, Hffli fire,'
10 shots prone and 10 shots sit sitting,
ting, sitting, fired on the regular military
A target. Winner, Maj. Parsons
99X100 ; 2nd .place, McKee-98;
3d place, Chief L. W. Parks, U.
S. Navy. Naval Communications
Match number three, the annual
jchampioflshlpiv is th4,aggi5egate,
Scores t&&ybeMei ;-w-,':andsf tk
Winner, fKee435Vl8 2nd jUce
Maj. PaVsbns4mVBf 3rd place,
Sgt. Blume--419W! 4th place, M M-Sgi.
Sgi. M-Sgi. S. W. Woegens, U.S. Armv,
Armament Section, USARCAEIB
School. Ft. Gulick-391V6.
'odav Encanth ,25
"MAN FROM LARAMIE"
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:25
. rtliuiuuy vuiiiii
'WILD IS THE WIND"
000 SOLO 7:00
Don Taylor Gianna Seasle
invr cuvrs nv THr
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Al Hedlson Patricia Owens
In Cinemascope to Colorf
The World Was His Jury'
Lex Barker Marl Blanchard
i Tyrone Powep: ..'4,;.:
"THE UNT A I M K D
In CinemaHcope Coliorl
CAMP BIERD 7:00
Edmond O Brlen
"TheVorid Was His Jury"
,f TH1 FANAMA AMERICAN AH lA'PEfl'AWNT DAUT KEWSPAPEB
, J ,J iJ -ii & x- Teams
o n o o f C o - ill
BRANIFF'S BIG 'FIVE Shortly before -teeing off, in the fiveman j free-for-all battle for the
Braniff international Airways Golf Tournament. Medalist prizewon by the graying Jim Hlnkle
with his come-from behind victory at the Summit vHills Golf .Club Saturday afternoon are,
from lift to right, Don Hause, Jeff Kline, Jr,,Jim Hinkle, Anibal Gftlindo and Russ Chap Chapman."
man." Chapman." These five golfers were tied for low. score at the end of the regulation qualifying round,
with '74's. Hinklc's 7 Saturday afternoon gave him a one stroke victory over, the erly pace pacesetter
setter pacesetter pon Hapsei (Photo: Bill Klrkland) . ,
Seven Former Big Leaguers
Get Another Chance To Stick
By WARREN DUFF EE
fdifer' ; major leafeuer, iocludmi;
urincl-doWn Bfst baseman Rocky
Nelsbn, tdday Vert i "jfve'n another
cnance 10 mane gouu m me ui&
show' as the result Of the" majors'
Nelson, the International League
triple crown winner at Toronto,
earned his sixth major league
chance when he was drafted by
the Pittsburgh Pirates as one of
11 minor leaguers for whom nine
Pro Grid League Owners Give
. a VI
Vy Rv W : 6 R E I N
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Na
tional Football League owners,
after giving commissioner uen
Rell' a vote of confidence, today
set about the business of signing
their first draft choices lor tne
Bell." aroused ', by what he
termed the "internal bickerings-
squawking r and squabmings oy
coaches ana owners saia monaay
the league could have back his
contract unless he was given a
free hand to run
"I don't want to be a czar,"
Bell tnld the owners in an execu
tive meeting after the? four rounds
of- college' selections iwere com com-'preted.Bt
'preted.Bt com-'preted.Bt if I citftiave a free
"I would prefer to run things
bv nersuasion, as I have the past
13 years. If it doesn't work that
way, I will have to run this by
the book, and if I can't run the
league the way' the books say, I
will give up my contract, Ben
Bell, commissioner since 1946,
noted that there have been "some
remarks, including that I am a
stooge for some of the owners.
There have been some squawks
against decisions I made.
Given Confidence V?t
Bell, in his criticism of the
bickerings, said of the league that
"I Couldn't run it any otner way
I couldn't change. Now if I can't
go, along as AMye, ready te
However, the -'bwnert, who re
warded Bell with a, 42-year con contract
tract contract in 1954 at a $40,000 annual
salary plus 'a $10,U0' yearly pen pension,
sion, pension, jnet immediately afterward
and gave the commissioner a vote
of confidence. k r t
The executive meeting, during
which owners discussed financial
problems of "four or five teams"
despite. -an impending 3 million
record paidi attendance tnis year,
Came after the owners selected 48
players fnhn among the top flight
college stars eligible for we cirau.
The' Los Angeles Rams reaped
TtHK JOKER -M.
with Fiank Sinatra
with Cornel Wilde
, umajox.. league clubs shelled out a
total, or JWW- .- t
. AJsot headed ,backfor another
try,! are auch familiar figures as
secpnd baseman Wayne (.A wig)
TerwilUger, a veteran ;of iourina iourina-ior
ior iourina-ior league clubs: infieJder Johnny
O'Brien, formerly, with the PiratesJ
and Cardinals; pitches Art. (Jec (Jec-carelli,'
carelli,' (Jec-carelli,' outfielder Jim Pisoqi; outr,
fielderUnfielder Lou Skizas, ,and
outfielder Joe Durham. ..
Meantime, the majors moved
to assure, firm working agree agreements
ments agreements ,withtthe eight ieamSj in the
prospective Jv3 4f .wague
the biggest harvest nine chojc,es
me result oi meir swappnig
player for the draft rights of
other teams during the off-season.
Detroit pipked' up seven through
the same system, wnue Cleveland
and San Francisco, each cam,e up
with ffve. .'..'' j 1.'V
No Choice For Stlrt
Pittsburgh didn't have achnice
because its first seven picks al already
ready already Jwere traded away. .'t)
The biggest 'catch in the Rams' Rams'-net
net Rams'-net was Dick Bass of the College
of the'Paclfict the nation's leadj
ing rusher, who was grabbed
when they exercised the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Eagles' first draft righf as
part of the deal which brought
Norm Van Brocklin to the Eagles.
The 'Green Bay Packers, with
only one victory to their credit
this year, had first crack at the
entire heap and took Randy Dun Duncan,
can, Duncan, the All-America quarterback
of the Rose Bowl bound Iowa
Hawkeyes, champions of the Big
Ten. : ....ViJi
Green Bay also took towering:
Boyd Dowler of Colorado, $-5
quarterback who can kick, ,carry,
pass, block and run the 100 yards
under 10 seconds'in a' track -suit,
in a later choice
Ramt Draft Dickson
The Rams, in addition to Bass,
took Paul Dickson, Baylor tackle,
in Ihe first rounds T&e- Chicago
Cardinals took quarterback,' Bill
Stacy of Mississippi State ;while
Washington took Don Allard, great
passer pf Boston CbHeg'iiV' ;
. i V
San francisco went for Daye
Baker defensive back of OklahoV
ma, and Detroit took Notre Paine
fullback Nick Pietrosante as first
choices. The Forty-NinersJ exer exercising
cising exercising Pittsburgh's choice took
center Dan James of phio tate.
Quarterback Lee Gross'Vo
Utah, the nation's leading passer
in 1957, went to the New 'York
Giants while Cleveland "took end
Rich Kreitling of Illinois and Bal
timore took lineback Jackie Biu-kj
ett of Auburn.- Yr-
- BANK! $125.00:?'"
The Helen Morgan
Story t k
with Ann Blyth
' Also: ,,, f! i, ;
The River Changes-
with Rossana Rory
isc. i r iiik.a
with R. Callipun V
DRUMS ACROSS V
with Audie MorphjN'
temporarily reduced to five clubs
Monday .when three of. ita. main:
smg'H 'DaW, JBouston and Fort
Worth joined the Triple-A Amer American
ican American Association; The big shift ex ex-parided
parided ex-parided the association to 10 clubs.
txpef Ijio Trouble '. -,
; The : only formality remaining
fprsthe shift to become final was
fbr.tthe majors to assure working
agreements witfi "whatever eight
teams make up the Double-A Tex
as loop next year. No .trouble, was
cAjjecteu. oaseoau coordinator
VVilliam Or Dewitt has been work working
ing working closely with; the inter inter-league
league inter-league shift whicJo will let he
Afipie-A association tap tnei heav-
aifu j alias
City, Athletic picked iflo the 32-
yeaif-old Terwilliger from Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, W. Va., 0f the American As Association.
sociation. Association. The Chicaen Cubs
claimed southpaw Ceccarelli, for
merly witn Baltimore, from Van
'cQuveiy; V .-'"".'v
'Skizas went' quickly., from the
Detroit Tiger roster to the Chica Chicago
go Chicago White Sox when the Tieers as
signed him to Charleston to make
roomtor another draft choice,
Earlier; airother "trading o the
floor'' deal sent outfielder Earl
Hersh from the Milwaukee Braves
-roster 'ito the Tigers when Milwau-
Reeconsighed Hersh to Wichita to
NmmhH-a J rj n: n
niarvo louiii iur uraiiee risoni. ue
troit promptly claimed him.
Claim Two Players
PisomVup fprmerly with the
Baltimore Orioles-; and the Athlet Athletics,
ics, Athletics, batted .313 for Richmond in
the -International League.
: The White Sox and aevela'nii
Indians were the only clubs claim claiming
ing claiming two players each at the new
$25,000-a-headl price. Besides Skit
as, the Chisox chose rishthanded
pitcher Claude Raymond from
Wichita, where he was 3-6.
Cleveland4itb Frank (Trader)
Lane afctteaelnv picked off out outfielder
fielder outfielder PaLVBennetch from Buf Buffalo;
falo; Buffalo; He' hit- .282 for WilUamsport
in the ( Class A Eastern League.
The Indians also claimed short shortstop
stop shortstop ..Ray Webster;, 46 hitter
at .i acramerito in Vthe Pacific
Goast le;ue..s- k
In Jherther?$raft acfiori; the
Stw Loufsi Cardinals picked, up
southpaw; pitcher Pick Luebke,
who was -IW-witSan Antonio in
the Texas League, and Durham,
former Baltimore player who hit
.285 at Vancouver last season. v
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Joel McCREA In
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(JAPT. BLACK JACK
, SUPERMAN AND
THE HMOLE MEN
At Olympic Stadium Cerveia Balboa (SwntiebuVy'MJ
, Kit.. II II. ai -r w
1 ,- .. ', ',..-!
i uiympic stadium: Marlbdfo ,7f Kings 5 (1f Innfngi)
-- !. i -- M
By VICTOR M. CAREW
Humberto ..Robinson toiled 11
innings last high t before his
club, Marlboro, managed to pick
up a 7-to-s victory over the
hard-hitting Kings. .Robbie took
good care of the situation in al almost
most almost every frame except the
fifth when the slim righthander
. ; -oOo
Marlboro, paced by Eddie Na
poleon who collected four base base-blows,
blows, base-blows, put on a good display of
hitting. George Altman, Marlbo Marlboro
ro Marlboro left? fielder and, hittine star
of the game, finally showed his
power as he connected for a
homer in the 11th frame to drive
in tne winning run inv tne per person
son person of Alonso Brathwaite who
had singled with two outs.
We believe that Bill Gabler's
attempt to tap the ball ever Carl
Jos Herolfs f' hesitf "JwhAi JtKe'
Kings thi,rd-sacker' charged in
for the expected sacrifice, after
Mahito Bernard had 'opened the
inning witn a single mr me tentn
stanza, was too flsky at that
stage of the game. -
Fnmpsie Green, Kinds' short shortstop,
stop, shortstop, made a great diving catfch
of the pop fly, and after roll
ing on the ground -with the
ball in his bare hand was able
to- get up and throw to first to
double nn Bernard who was on
his way to third.
Another Dlav thai is probably
now forgotten bv the fans occur occurred
red occurred when Napoleon openedthe
ninth frame -with- double.
uratnwaite, who followed, was
Perfect Comfort Odorless 1
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Pet. ; 08 vi
a. monuuro tnaruison y-u ) i.-
Game timei 7:3o -54
left with one of two alternatives,
either, hit behind the runner or
bunt towards the-fcftslde of tot j
: "u uiumv maw -to i
Dlay On Nftnnlenn
soVbunt went to the right aid i :
or home plate and the sacrifice 'Ih,T.'.
ma nm materialize as Napoleon
coma .not move, frnw tfnnA
When the next, batter,; Altman,
iiBicu w Wgnt, aame wa out
down at the plate by Granville Q
Gladstone's fine throw to catch catcher
er catcher Les pedem
, The attempt was tantamount
to suicide since Gladstone had
cut down BiU Gabler a -few In Innings
nings Innings earlier ,on -the same kind
w Play. Furthermore, -who does
not know, that Gladstone has
the hotf: MVl In v...i...
f oOo 1 s
The game was packed with
very good plays and some very ' U
the Kings' starter, failed sgaia 1 t" Q
-wr me second time, bat man- t-,
'aged to escape .being charged J
' with the loss. The aoathpaw
will have to continue trying
hard. His long layoff and the
fact that the league- Is -eal
tough this season Is making Jt --difiicult
for Vibert J(r hold his 1
own thus far. ?
Once again we have to regis-
ter our protest againstFthe um- -'-plring:
The chief ympire was ',
very inconsistent in his calls of
balls and strikes' With the com-
petition among, the clubs shap-
ing up to be very keen it is re regrettable
grettable regrettable that the- clubs are to
be the victims of sq,ch inade- i
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TBI PANAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DAUT NErTSFATEaV
Itipaslieiball Quinieis Out To Picli U j) Wfe They Left Off
l(y.. Kansas St.,
C By Conrada Sergeant --"
Cinci., V: Va.
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER S,' 195k
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; CUIOINC HAND L Grosscup, right, shows Pete Haun how
I he (uides the ball so accurately. Haun took over the Utah pass- t
Ing -when last year's All-America QB hurt, hi shoulder.
Sudden, Boom Reported In
Baseball's Trading Market
. WASHINGTON, .'Dec. 3 (UPI
Thera was a sudden boom In
baseball's trading market today
with the Pirates and Dodgers
hudoUing yover a prospecW
Prank Thomas-Johnny Pbdres
deal and the Giants making a
kt h f nr kecnnd baseman
Don Blasinsame of the Cardl-l
All the trade talk wasn't ton ton-fined
fined ton-fined to these four, clubs, hov? hov?-tver.
tver. hov?-tver. Here are some of thether
deals being bandied about in the
corridors and hotel lobbies of
this smolce-fllled N&Jor, and Mi Minor
nor Minor League cofivention:'
At Gamboa Footer
After having completed an eight
w-': course 111 beginning swtm-m---
for adults, at the. Gftmboa
Po:'. the following named inoivi-
Pir Is qualified; as beginners ; anu
w rsceive their Red uross cas
in se near future: Mrs. Hudgins,
Mr BidweUi.Mrs, Chrtstensen
Mrs, Tompkins, Mrs. Bower, Mrs.
M-Saffv nnrf Mrs. Pullen." The
class will continue Instruction for
A second course in beginning
swimm'ng for adults will be start started
ed started in the near future. -,. ;
i Swlmmma Wsrkoirt
In preparaUon, for the coming
mppt to be held by the
Gamboa Civic Council on Feb,; 22
wfrkouts are being,: neia every
afternoon at the; Jamboa;; Swim. Swim.-ming
ming Swim.-ming Pool from 4 to ivp.ni. J v
rh workout started:: bn Nov.
21 and will continue -daily until
Feb. Some of the Swimmers; now
wnrlting hard io get p snapeare
Christy jenner, ayivia wass, .uea:
V..nig WiUiams ncTfflarJieryy
Th minor leacue ''.liisneiJ5 ioVan
ounce that 'the dates fop ; tegiS tegiS-ration
ration tegiS-ration will be from 'Jaij 5 s;Jan.
I inclusive. Registration blanks
mav be obtained from tne pnnci
1 plas of the Canal Zone schools on
v the Pacific side. U m. a
Trv-nnf is scheduled on Satur
day, Jan. 10 atr:00i a'm. for a!l
boys between the ages ot n inrougn
12. and the location will be an-
nonnced later in the newsnapers
and on CFN Televuion ana Ka-
Alt t.nu KotaiDBn ho Bffnl nf
1 and n attending U.S. Ra'e1 schools
regardless of residence, are eligi
ble to olay in ne minor league.
t The further inorma'ion, please
call R. -W. Coy in. 3BaiDoa.; -y
Vor" ihc Best
1. The White Sox are offering
Billy Goodman and Bubba Phil-
Hps around for "a first class re-
llef-nltcher .' y:
2. The Yankees have renewed
their efforts to get either Pedro
Ramos or PJck Hyde from the
3, Boston Is after Vic Wertz;
Cleveland Is listening but Insists
upon Jim piersall in return
4. Gabe Paul of the Redlegs
savs "we'll trade anyone but ev
prvbodv keeos asking about
Johnny Temple and he comes
very high.'., ; '.'
' S. The Phillies inave offered
the Dodgers a list to choose from
that includes WilJ.ie Jones In re return
turn return for rookie second baseman
George (Sparky) Anderson.
The hottest deal at the mo-
thfuone inTomna Tbomas ana
Podres. pittsbursh r long has J
been arter a sranaoui icn icn-banded
banded icn-banded pitcher and the one
who appeajs to the Pirates
most IsPodres, who had a 13 13-15
15 13-15 record with the seventh-,,
place Dodgers this, year.,
Th. Pirates believe a south
paw like Podres would give them
a oennant- winning piwnmn
staff alone with 22-game winner
Bob Friend, Ronnie Kline,; Vera
T.aw, Gyrate Witt and Curt Ray Ray-don.
don. Ray-don. Pittsburgh feels It can sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice some power Jtnd would be
willing to let Thomas o. Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, a right-handed swlnr who
hit 35 homers and drove In 109
runs while hittln .281, woum be
right at home with the short left
field screen in the Los Angeles
CoUseum. i ; V
stjurnediin their rions-vjoD.
t m 1 in the hone or a o,ncuri
B'asiniame. whor hit 274 ffi nd
played brilliantly afleld.The. Gl-
artts are aanguntc snoriswn u-
ryl Poencer and first rbaseman
Bill white at-tne cmimiA
.rc-Al 3wpe:Of the White Sox says
slmnlysI'veiltot to hve a relief
Ditcher and heU call up Good Goodman
man Goodman or- Phillips and, perhaos
even -both to e;et the man he
wants. He had his eye on Don
Mossl and Ray Narleskl but that
was before Cleveland dealt them
. : Cooklr Lavaretto, Wahlne
ton's skinper, savd V" Yanks
; can forget about Ramos or
: Hde unless tbey are w"'lnw t
talk about FMon Fwarfl.
That doesn't sit so wH' with
: Casev StenTet 'but the Yanks
re still trying.K'
!.!' Frank Lane of the Indian hai
been busy nt'lnlnit n new draft
orooosel ao he hsn't ht tw
much tim to ts'k tradeOBut h
will ,tak PtersaHfrom- th Red
Sot If they keep .wanting Wertz
Milwaukee persists in Its ef efforts
forts efforts to Ret Temole as a renlece renlece-ment
ment renlece-ment for hosoltaHzed R9l Rch
endlenst, but BlrdlRTebbett wic
have to Come un with mc( then
hen,offeredso far t t Ms for former;
mer; former; employ, lh a, Braves' uni uniform.
form. uniform. - -v
nHanager Wrfdie Sawyer of the
last-niece Phllie WandlT own
?n. "we're Jooklns; for everything
've talked to everyone, but so
-fa. ho ?' .rA:" '
. The phMUes are- hot after
voun Anderson, who hit ,278 at
Montes-i last season' and
poicilv "does everythnr well."
s'Hie list of fcvailabies Phlladel.
ohla offered tbfl nodwer for A A-dersdnincluded
dersdnincluded A-dersdnincluded Looat )
fark Meyer well -sar Jone Th
Dodeers are In no hurry to get
rid of Anderson- -however. V;
. By TIM MORIARTy'
The first returns of the new col'
lege basketball season indicated
Kentucky, Ciniinnati, Kansas
state and west Virginia are ready
to pick up where they left off last
Alarcn. ,T r
Although Coach Adolph Rupp
used three -. sophomores in his
stirting hneup, Kentucky's de
fending NCAA champions opened
their campaign 'Monday -night by
rolling to a convincing 8i vic
tory over Florida State. ',
Cincinnati, led by All-America
Oscar R 0 b e r t s 0 n's 41 points,
breezed to a 93-64 triumph over
Indiana State: Bob Boozer totaled
45 points' as Kansas State turned
back Purdue, 96-83, and West Vir Virginia;
ginia; Virginia; voted the No. 1 team in the
nation by "the UPI Board of
Coaches at the end of last sea season,
son, season, opened with a 76-67 'victory
Rupp Njt Pleased
Kentucky cot off to a slow start
against Florida State but man managed
aged managed to open a five-point lead at
halftime and then smothered the
Seminoles in the second half.
Johnny Cox, the lone holdover
from last season's starting five,
led the Wildcats with 27 points.
Rupp, who admitted he aa "a
poor Job of substituting in the
first half,"' wasn't too pleased
with Kentucky's debut
"we didn't play nearly as well
as we are capable of," said the
baron. "Our defensive work was
bad and our offense wasn't too
Robertson, the nation's leadins
major college scorer last season
with a 35.1-point average, helped
Cincinnati rup up an 11-1 lead in
the first six minutes against In
diana state. The Bearcats held a
45-31 advantage at halftime and
led by 30 points throughout most
of the second half.
Deadly Free Throws
Purdue outscofed Kansas State
from the field, 81-27. but was un
able to halt Boozer, who dropped
m 11 baskets and 23 of 26 free
throws. The entire Wildcat team
was deadly from the free throw
lines converting 42 of 56 attempts
Wait VfimtlB .Irn wnM tm ruurn
er on charity shots, dunkmc in 22
of 32 tivhiM Furman converted IS
01 3. ine Mountaineers irauea
65-60 with three minutes remain remaining
ing remaining but rallied to win behind the
shooting of Jerry West, who
wound up with 29- points.
Kansas, olavine without two-
time All-America Wilt Chamber-
Iain, who turned pro at the end
of last season, unveiled a new
fast-breaking offense in whipping
nice, es-48. Hon jLoneski paced
tne Jaynawks with 32 points.
Indiana Net Impressive
Indiana and Temple two other
top-ranked teams last season
weren't as impressive in their de debuts.
buts. debuts. The Hoosiers, defending
champions of the Big Ten pulled
ahead in the second half to de
feat Drake, 68-59, while Temple
turned back Gettysburg, 60-53.
Michigan swamped Pittsburgh,
, r r: -..r.x
western set a school scoring rec
scotch vh:sicy v
'"-' SUCHANAN'S '
AGENCIAS 17. H. DOEL, S. A.
.9 A' ZS-1S Aatomoblle iew Tel. 1-7175
Three more exceptionally well-fsaf,
bred 'English throughbredi are ex
pected to arrive on the Isthmus
this Friday Deauville, Meteor La Lady
dy Lady and Stavso are the names of
the two colts and filly which arc
being Imported by the Jurado-
f ernandez lirm.
. Deauville is a three-year old
grey son of Grey sovereign-An
dree by Umiddad. He hasa rat
ing 01 110 in tne tngusn nme
Meteor Lady is a chestnut' off-
sprins of Pandemonium -Starry
Belle by Orthodox. She la a two-
i Stavro, a Day two-year-oia cok
by Nearco Rfngtime ( Hyperion
haa a 94 rating in the Time Form.
II Dla's eregnestkater, Da-
mien Samudio, scered a "peat 1
te-pesf"' vletefy in .the Nevem
kr mentMy tipsters sntvst -whicK
is flpensered by the race.
track. Stmudie totaled 527peints
as compared te 50 'for second
place finisher Mash Lay. La Fi Fife
fe Fife was th'rd with 50S.
Samudio also leads "the t r 1-
monthlv contest with a total of 122
winners. Runnerup Donald Vincent
of La Estrella de Panama has 116
while La Fija's Roberto Maduro,
the most consistent selector, is
third with 114.
Beginning this Saturday, pari-
mutuel betting on local horse rac racing
ing racing will be accepted at the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Bar in "J" Street in
stead of Willy's Bar (also on J
The names of 20 of the 40 two
yetr-old colts and fillies recently
acquired by President Ramon
racetrack manager Pablo A. (Pa-
pl) Thayer u Argentina are as
Altagracis, Chepere, Dabaibe,
Faetetwm, FeroanM Gal Lu-
Unifed Press International
NEW YORK (UPI)-Lirry Zer-
nitz, 199S, Springfield, Mass., out
pointed Roland LaStarza, 195,
PROVIDENC. K.I. (UPI)-At-
tilio Tondo, 182V4, Naples, Italy,
outpointed Julio Neves, 183, Lis Lisbon,
bon, Lisbon, Portugal (10).
DALEAS. Tex. (UPI-Rr Har
ris, 200, Cut N'-Shoot, Tex.j out
pointed Donnie Fleeman, 180, Mid Mid-Lothian,'
Lothian,' Mid-Lothian,' Tex. (12). (
DAWKINS NORTH s
MIAMI. Fla. (UPD-Pete Daw-
kins and Harry Walters, half of
Army's backfield, wiU be' in t
starting North hneup here ofi Dec.
27 in the annual North-South foot
ord in downing Western Michigan.
102-60; Iowa gained ita Both con
secutive home victory over a non
conference foe by downing Colo
rado, 67-46, and Steubenville, last
season's UPI small college cham
pions, dumped St. Michaels (Vt.),
81-63, for its 24th straight victory,
In other major games, Jackie
Moreland scored 39 points to lead
Louisiana Tech to a 77-59 victory
over southeastern Oklahoma
State; Fred Edmondson's 23
points sparked Georgia to a 78-59
triumph over Clemson; The Cita Citadel
del Citadel defeated Richmond; 55-45;
Oregon State whipped Oregon,
68-60, and Stanford coasted to a
57-40 victory over San Jose State.
Last Mement, LirntM, Las
CucesMiteraje, Puerto Made Made-re,
re, Made-re, Alma Negra, Resenda, Ru Ru-t
t Ru-t nera, SeUM, Un Salvador, le lemur,
mur, lemur, Servilleta, tin Betas and
flw.v..-v--g qOq. s
The first group of Chilean two.
year-old colts and niliea hmu'h
by manager Thayer will begin ar
riving on xec. is. iney are:
MapaWa, by Flexton Mozuela
DelaciOn.' by Mv Chum-Dieital
by Stark. -Brardal.
"bv Scottish Meridian.
Borla Negr by Roi D'Atout
momesco, by f Teret-Manuela by
Silvio PeUico. '
Philiplno.' by Parsi-La JuUta bv
Remendon, by Parsi-Zapaterita
, Tlerraf, by Chimilto-Tijerita by
Aludido,, by AIorave-Finanza bv
Cuirteto (full, brother to Alucina Alucina-do).
Zulu, by Alio Sea-Kabu bv Gon-
Miss Brunette, bv Luckv Lord.
Acacia by Scottish Meridian.
One For Me, by Meyerllng-Ka-rin
Juguetito, by Tabano-Regaladita
Corolario, by Ambassador's
Court-Corinne by Foxglove.
Arancel, by My Chum-Antartida
Juanita. by Mv Chum .inmin
Khan by Centurion.
MarseUa, by Cockney-Sister Ann
Marie Chantal, by Prince Old
Maid by The Font.
Tanarik, by Tabano-Loira by
The main event at the Prer Prer-dent
dent Prer-dent Remen racetrack Sunday,
Dee. 14, will be the 1',000 Tvm Tvm-traphers'
traphers' Tvm-traphers' Handicap. len Bas Bas-san,
san, Bas-san, ewner ef the Aurora 30
Shoe Stetw, will present the wio wio-tint
tint wio-tint leckey with a peir ef origi original
nal original Jamnlnf Jack shoes.
io Sea Joso, Sen Sahcder, Gtjoforacla,
tUoxIco Cfty 4K?d Mow Orhes
)Ihmmww .... ----
Lv. Panama 11:45 A.M.
Ar. San Jose 12:05 P.M.
; Ar. Sail Salvador 2:00 P.M7
, Ar. Guatemala 2:55 P.M.
Ar. Mexico City 5:45 P.M.
Ar. New Orlaana 6:55 P.M.
DIRECT CONNECTIONS TO CALIFORNIA
Lv. Mexico 7:45 P.M.
Ar. Los AngolM 11:25 P.M.
Ar. San Francisco 00:50 A.M.
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e -SKINT SAM
TWO AMIAST SIAT1NO
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IDITOR'S NOTI: Oscar Fra Fra-ley,
ley, Fra-ley, who usually writes Today's
Spert Parade, s 411. The column
will be handled by varices mem
bers ef the UPI s peril depart department
ment department until he Is well.
By IARL WRIGHT
NEW YORK (UPI) Cliff Uv Uv-ingston
ingston Uv-ingston wants to be a movie star,
but you wouldn't know it by the
way he risks his handsome face in
front of flying footballs.
Livingston, a 6-foot, 3-inch na native
tive native of Montabello, Calif., loves to
blcvk kicks punt, extra point
or field goal tries. He has become
so good at it that his New York
Giant teammates call him "the
Thus, the former UCLA end has
become one of the most original
of the specialists who periorm in
the National Football League.
Lingston, a blonde 215-pound-er
with cat-like quickness, blocked
an extra point try by Bobby Joe
Conrad of the Chicago Cardinals
this season : and manages to get
mighty close to most punts and
held goal tries.
Seed Start Needed
During New York's pre season
scneduie this year, he blocked
four punts and a field goaly ac accomplishing
complishing accomplishing four of these feats in
California. The Giants are con
vinced that Cliff, who apparently
outdoes himself when he gets near
home, would really run amok
against rival kickers if. they
played all their games in Cali
In punting and placed kicking sit
uationsn Livingston usually lines
up at left end although he zipped
pevyeme by rei.t.eVROvec
through the middle of the line to
block a place kick by Paige Co'.b Co'.b-ren
ren Co'.b-ren last August in Los Angeles.
"The main thing in blocking1
kicks is getting a good start,';
Livingston said. "You have to getj
started right with the snap of the
Haa Leng Arms
"On a punt, the kicker usually
stands 12 or 15 yards back and
you've got two or three seconds
to get to him. Of course it helps
if the center passes the ball a
little too high. That means the
kicker .needs a fraction more time
and may mean a blocked kick.'-':
Besides his soeed and aeilitr.
Cliff is tall and has long arms.
He also is a good volleyball play-j
er and some of his teammates be
lieve his skill at the game has
helped him learn how to smother
kicks. - n;ri
But beyond his ability to block
kicks, Livingston has built a pro
football career 'that should give
hope to boys who don't make the
AU-Amrica squads. Ha never has
made the starting New York line
up except as a sub for an in
jured player but he is in his fifth
season with the team.
Gettii:g Up Nights
If ru aufferlrom Getting Dp
NiShU, Mkch, Ue rata Lean f
Vigour, N'rruaiaarwknMa, ya
ahouM help your Proiut Qln4 lm
iadtttly with Retwii. This raaaielne
makes yen fact jrounrtr, stronger, ana
able to aleep wltheut laterruptien.
Oet Reaexa ftnem your ebemlet teaajr.
. 1 1
be sure your
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at Santa Blara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Gamboa 302
PHILLIPS OeeansiOe Cottage
Santa Clara R. P. "' "'-ama
ama "'-ama 8-18T7 Crittebal 8-1678.
FOR RINT: Partley furnishad
chalet with fardtn, garas. Rei Rei-idential
idential Rei-idential area, 94th Straet No. 18
San Franeiaeo. Far informtaion
call Tal. 3-2U4.
FOR RENT' In downtown Chi Chi-trt,
trt, Chi-trt, two eommarcial ipacat 2Jx
82 faat. Call Panama 8-7171.
Army Football Team
Places 3 Players On
NEW YORK .Dec. 3 (UPI) -Army's
iwbeaten footbaU team
placed three of its star on the
22-man look all-America squa
'which is picked by
selection committee of the Jfooi Jfooi-ball
ball Jfooi-ball Writers Association.
Halfbacks Bob Anders6n and
Pete Dawkins and 210 pound
........ j sk Mounpratr. were Uie
cadets honored, making Army the
f lirsi leamr auito ------
! amen ori the aquad.. Notre Dame
f Sad three players, on the squad in
; both 1947 and 1949.
,3?nA'l Riirldv 'Dial. Rice; Al
' Goldstein,. North- Carolina; Jim
I'Houstpn; Phio State; Curt Merz
f Tackles!' Andy Cvercko, North North-,
, North-, ;tprn- Don Floyd. Texas. Chris-
tan; Vel Heckman, Florida; Gene
, seiawsm, ruimc.
Guards: George Diedench, Van Van-hiiti
hiiti Van-hiiti .Trhn Guzik. Pittsburgh;
I Bob NoHgratk Army; Z e k e
fiH.i... ttt 'iiiMiMi ftklahnma.
"V.BacW Bob AndersdnK Army;
Bflly Cannon, '"Louisiana' State;'
Pete Dawkins, Army; Randy Dun Duncan,
can, Duncan, Iowa; Joe Kapp, California;
Don Meredith, S.M.TJ,; Nick Pe Pe-trosante,
trosante, Pe-trosante, Notre Dame; Bob White,
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
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FOR RENT: One bedroom
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FOR RENT: In naw buildina
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Far furthar information pleat
call Panama 3-1292.
FOR RENT: Scraenad apart apartment,
ment, apartment, three bed rooms, twa bathi,
maid's room, dining and living
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Calls Colombia 3, telephone 3 3-1875.
1875. 3-1875. FOR RENT: Cangrejo, 1 room
apartment furnished with new
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FOR RENTt Screened furnish furnished
ed furnished one bedroom apartment, in
Bella Vista, naar transportation,
available at once. Tel. 3-4644.
FOR RENT: Brand new one
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ably reasonably priced in Panama, very cool,
close to stops and transportation,
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FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, 1 -bedroom, including
refrigerator. House 1 1 2, Via
Belisario Porras, near Roosevelt
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedroom
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Panama Marlin Club
Awards Banquel Set
for Friday, Dec 12
nounces' mat ane seventh annual
tournament awards banquet will
be held on Dee. 12, at the Tivoli
Hotel main ballroom, commencing
at b:3u p.m.
Admittance will be bv ticket on
ly. Tickets may be obtained from
any Marlin Club member or con contact
tact contact Robbie Adams, president, or
Dave Bishop, secretary. Price of
admission will be $4 per person.
After dinner and awards have
been taken care of there will be
dancing for your eniovment. It is
noped that all winners will attend
if possible. You do not have to be
a member of the Panama Marlin
Club in order to attend. This af affair
fair affair will be open to all ticket hold holders.
ers. holders. Come on out for an evening
01 iun ana dancing.
in iviariin uud memDers are
reminded that election of ofli
cers for the year 1959. will be
held at the1 January meetin?. and
mat campaigning Is now going on
lor these offices. There will be
no monthly bulletin issued in De
cember, and the date of the Jan
uary meeting will be decided at
Cristobal Gun Club will have its
regular skeet shoot on Wednesday
3 December 1958 starting 4:30 d.
m. at Cristobal Gun Club.
Beginners are encouraged to at attend
tend attend and participate. These af afternoon
ternoon afternoon shoots gives any begin beginner
ner beginner an excellent opportunity to
learn rules of skeet and trap shoot
ing. Then, of course, there's al always
ways always good advice to be obtained
from the old time shooters for
the price of only a few minutes
of your time.
The greatest assortment in town
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aadan. $575.00. 0774-K Willim Willim-son
son Willim-son Place, 2-2984.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 4
door, 9 passenger broekwood
station wagon with all accasoriea.
1931 model. A duty paid. 1930
model A Balboa 2-3676.
FOR SALE: 1953 Studebaker
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top, hardtop, 4 new wsw tires and new
battery, standard shift wover wover-drive.
drive. wover-drive. For further information
call Curundu 3141.
FOR SALE: 1955 Bel-Air Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet two-tone sport coupe. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Duty not paid.
Call Panama 3-5133. See at Eu Eu-seSio
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Apt. No. 3.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chrysler New
Yorker, Imperial, engine power
steerintj, power brakes, automa automatic
tic automatic transmission, radio, 4 new
tires, excellent condition. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Biggs British Embassy,'
Panama 2-0912 or 4-1092.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
"Belvedere" two tone sedan. Has
been kept excellent condition
and driven carefully. An oriqinal
owner. Leaving Isthmus. Phono
FOR SALE: 1955 Cadillae
coupe, excellent condition. Call
Balboa 2-3658, after 5 p.m.
Big League Players
Come Up With Hew
Pay Raise Demand
WASHINGTON .iUPDr MSlor
league baseball players came bp
with a new pay raise v demand
yesterday while International
Leaeue nerformrs warned the
triple-A circuit might not operate
next year unless it approved
Dlaver pension nlan. ' '
The major leaguers withdrew
an original request "for 25 "per
cent of radio and television re receipts
ceipts receipts and asked instead for 20
per cent of the club's gross e
ceipts fromall sources to b ap
plied on salary increases.
Major club owners replied that
they ,(wanted .time" to .study ,.the
near' r$iei business
meetings hert tomprrow'tnyFri!
day. ,!' r- v '
- Meantime, the Triple-A Interna
tional refused to approve a play player
er player pension plan yesterday in the
teeth of warnings by the players
attorney that you will accept
this plan or not bav. Interna tion
al League, baseball next year.'
League officials said they were
"sympathetic" to the players' de desires
sires desires for a pension plan similar
to that of the majors but it would
cost too much. Loop President
Frank J. Shaughnessy estimated
the cost to the league at more
Attorney James Durante issued
the players warning. He and At Attorney
torney Attorney J. Norman Lewis are rep representing
resenting representing players of the three-nation
Bids For Uranium
Sought By Agency
VIENNA (UPI) The Interna
tional Atomic Enrgy Agency has
asked for sealed bids from 11 na
tions for three tons of natur.nl
uranium, it was announced yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The IAEA said the requests
were sent out after a member
state had asked the agency to ob obtain
tain obtain material for making fuel to
be used in a research reactor.
The bids were sent to Belgium,
Canada, Czechoslovakia, India,
Norway, Portugal, South Af
rica, Russia, Britain, the United
I States and France.
FOR SALE: Deluxe electric
irpaer, sewing machine with ca cabinet
binet cabinet and attachments. Retina
Six strand Raftan living room set,
- consisting of 5 chairs and coffee
table. Diningroom set, Swedish
modern, 6 chairs and buffet. Gat
range,' 4 burner, gridle and large
oven. New ton Mitchel air
conditioner. Solid maple bed
stead. Small book case. 2 lamp
table 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. No. 3.
FOR SALE: Electric mangle
ironer excellent condition. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Biggs 4-1092 or 2-0912.
FOR SALE: Leaving the country,
washing machine, 60 cycle, new
motor. Call 1859, Balboa, after
FOR RENT: 4 pc. Rattan living living-room
room living-room set, quartermaster bed with
and without martren, 3 pc. suit suitcase
case suitcase let. Carnal saddle ottoman
large air compressor with 2 h.p.
metot. Call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: Swedish dinnetta
console table with 4 chairs. Spe Spe-cialy
cialy Spe-cialy built linen cabinet with
pull-put shelves. Play-pen. Grass
rugs. Small love-seat type dave dave-nette
nette dave-nette and fwe chairs with wrought
iron frame. Phone 3-0538.
FOR SALE: Dinette let consist consisting
ing consisting of table with mirror top and
five chair,' blonde color. "lust
$50.00 cash take ft. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR SALE: 1 pr. beautiful red
. macaws, bast offer. Tel. Panama
FOR SALE : Refrigerator, metal
kitchan table and 2 chairs, ma mahogany
hogany mahogany dinette set, four poster, ''
bedroom set. sofa bid 3 14-4 14
speed graphic camera. Phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 5115, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 4 pieces Rattan,
excellent condition, $55. Phon
In Both Offense,
Defense During '58
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI) -Unbeaten
Auburn, barred from
bowl participatipn, led the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference in both of offense
fense offense and defense during the 1958
football season, SEC- statistics
Auburn averaged 319.4 yards
per game while holding 10 oppon
ents to an average of 157.5, yards.
Georgia Tech led the conference
in pass defense with 57.1yards.
Mississippi was the only other
SEC team to average 300 yards
or more per game. Tne Kebels
avraged 309.6 for second place in
team offense. Georgia was tliird
in offense with 288.8 yards per
SEC champion LSU, with, the
defense minded "Chinese ban
dits," ranked second in team
defense with an average yield of
191.4 yards per game in posting
a 10-0 record. Georgia Tech was
third with 191.8.
Auburn limited opponents to
only 82 first downs while racking
up 153, second to Mississippi s
passes intercepted all season while
passes intercpted 11 season while
grabbing off 18 enemy aerials,
tops in both departments.
Th Tigers maintained their of offensive
fensive offensive leadership over Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi by the aerial attack. The Reb Rebels
els Rebels outgained Auburn on the
ground 2,096 yards to 1,983, but
the Tigers netted 1,211 passing
yards to an even 1,000 by the
GETS BRITISH OPEN
ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (UPI)
The local town council has grant
ed the Royal and Ancient Golf
Club permission to stage the 1960
British Open champtonsmp on tsne
old course in celebration of the
famed tourney's4 centenary.
PIERSALL OPENS BUSINESS
BOSTON (UPIWimmy Pier
sail, fleet Boston Red Sox outfield
er, has opened a, food brokerage
business just ; so U Can have
something to do during tne on
season. Associated 'with him in
the firm, kriown' as Jimmy Pier
sail Inc., are Clark S. Quinlan
of .Wakefield.- Mass., and Charles
Sweny of Arlington,, Mass.
WIN POE CUP
PRINCETON, N.J. (UPI)-Fred
Tlev. outaolng Princeton tuu-
back and captain, and wing-
back John Hovd have been named
co-winners of -the Poe Memorisl
Cup for sportsmanship. Fred
Szvetecz. a center from Bethle
hem. Pa., was elected captain of
the 1959 Princeton team.
FOR.SALE-40H discount en
monaural records. Classical and
popular. AGENCIAS DIAZ 37tb
Straat No. 6-A.
FOR SALE: Baldwin email.,
piano, almost new, light color,
$500.00, D4-22 Federico Bqyd
Ave. Tel. 3-3356.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, couch couch-bad.
bad. couch-bad. barbeque with itretor, tool. 1
drill, misc dishes, diving equip equipment,
ment, equipment, Hi-Fi. Balboa 2-3676.
FOR SALIr Ilectrip train. Tel.
FOR SALE: Two decorated lat lattice
tice lattice screens 6 by 6 feet $12.00
each, also ana 18 yard long
tray black and orange strip
material, and one 25 yard long
gray with multicolor margin
atrip, .both Mexican hand
woven. 90 ets. yard. Phone 4 4-1488.:
1488.: 4-1488.: :-
FOR SALE: Bargain in budgies.,
pair of burgie with- breeding
cage and nestbex, $10.00. Tele-. ;
KIDDIVILLE, Via Etpafia Na.
37-182.. Large assortment W
toys, Xmas decorations for trees,
tables, etc., novelties for gift.
Do your Xmas shopping early.
Take advantage of our lay-away
FOR SALE: Photograph!
Christmas cards, $15.00 per
, hundred. Your negative or ours if
available. Foto El Halcon, tele telephone
phone telephone 3-1179.
Lost one (1) blue' and gray
"Budgie" bird. Call 2-4346 or
house 6331 -A Lo Riot.
NEW YORK (UPn-Arm re
eeived all but one first-place vote
to win-the 1958 Lambert Trophy,
"te.r" m,30f C0Uee.Klein 561
"T 4 ':. V
The Cadets, who finished an un undefeated
defeated undefeated season by whipping arch archrival
rival archrival Navy last Saturday, received
9.9 of a possible 10 points in the
final balloting by a 10-man selec selection
tion selection committee of coaches, sports
writers and broadcasters.
It; was the seventh time since
the trophy was initiated in 1936
that Army was named No. 1.
Syracuse, 8 1. the only other
team to receive a -first-place bal ballot,
lot, ballot, finished second in the voting
with 9.0 points. 'v
JSfavlast year's Limbert'iTro-
phyr.winnerv placed third this- sea season
son season with a 6-3 record and 7.2
points. Penn State (6-3-1) was
fourth with 6.95 points and Pitts
burgh (5-4-1) was fifth with 6.55
Packers Get Duncan
As First Choica
Of Pro Grid Draft
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) All
America Randy Duncan, star pas
ser who led lowa to the Big Ten
championship and the -Rose Bowl,
was the-first choice today ot the
Green Bay Packers as the Na
tional Football League opened its
early player selection meeting.
Duncan, a 21-year-old, 180-pound
quarterback from Des Moines, lo-
wan accounted for 1,406 yards as
he completed 58.7 per cent of his
passes tms year ana tnrew n
Th Philadelphia Eagles first
cnoice previusiy was iraaen 10
Los Angeles and the Rams picked
un halfback Dick Bass from the
College of the Pacific.
Backfield men continued to be
the choice of the club owners ts
the Chicago Cardinals took Billy
Stacy, quarterback of Mississippi
State- the Washington Redskins
took Don AJlard. quarterback and
defensive star of Boston College,
and the San Francisco 4ers se
eded Dave Baker, back from
The Detroit Lions selected Nick
Pietrosant, Notre Dam fullback
as their first cholcev.The Chicago
Bears' ..first, selection was Don
Clark, Obio State halfback.: ,
Pittsburgh, which traded away
its first four draft rights,, had iti
first round the property of San
Francisco and the 49ers chose Dan
James, Ohio State enter.
Los Angeles, on its own choice,
select dtackle Paul Dfckson of
Baylor, and the New York Giants
took Lee Grosscup, quarterback of
Utah.-'- i i ... i a
Cleveland took pass V receiver
Rich Kritling, and end from Il Illinois,
linois, Illinois, and the first round se selections',
lections', selections', were ended .when. Balti
more took linebacker Jackie Bur Bur-lutt
lutt Bur-lutt of Auburn, ..V,;,,"..-.
UBREKIA MimAIH) T tncl Ma.U a) AGtHOAS
FOR SALiiUfa J 00 and 1.000
' meter, to th Nuv Hipdrm
Urbanization, acres th Ramon
Racetrack All lot with etreet
fronts, towage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBamett.
FOR SALE: Comfortable two
bedroom concrete hem over overlooking
looking overlooking Corenade Beach. Beau Beautiful
tiful Beautiful ground, fenced,, fruit tree.'
Very reasonable. Panama 16779.
Fuerza 'T l,uz
Bill Coffey 2
Ted Schmidt 189
Dick Sovster .186
High Team Game- RC Nehi 2791
ffigh .Tet, tianie. r .a.a.
Hifih Series-Bill Coffey 688
High Single Game-Del Charters
RC Nthi 3 Fuorsa y Lux I
"Billy"' Coffey led his league
leading RC Nehi team to a 3 to 1
win over the third place Fuerza
y Luz to maintain their tn
same lead. Despite Coffey'fH'21Bi
first game, Fuerza jr Luz swept
the first game by 73 jrins but Ne Nehi
hi Nehi came back games of 946 sAd
908 to take the last two samel and
total, pins. Cofjey M Upd yPhil
vescio s ai -.pacra.vr.mgwuuw
and "Roily"; Gliechnjan'l S85 top-
ped the losers.
RC Nohl Fuerza y Luz
Vescio 591 Gliechman 585
Wynn Prietf on Proofing t
Pan Imperial 1
Wvnn maintained their hold-on
second place bv winning 4he-first
two games and total pinfalL Art
uranam witm sea ana nay nuns
with 554 paced the winners a A
Joe Burgoon's'547 was high for
the losers. Ted Albritton had the
only 200 game of. the match and
six ot the 10 nowiers were oeiow
the 500 mark. i v
La Beau 4C4
Cube i 554
Lucky Strike Seymour Agency
In the closest match of the eve
ning. "Big George" Soto conti
nued his fine bowling by leading
his team to a three point win over
Seymour to strengthen their hold
on fifth place, Soto's 237 was high
game tor the night and his 593 ana
southpaw "Tony" Luttenbereers
570 paced the winners. Dick Soy
ster had 565 was tops for tne los losing
ing losing Seymour team. Lucky Strike
won -the first game by 132 pins.
lost the second by 30 pins and nos
ed out Seymour 965 to 960 in the
Lucky Stoiko Seymour Agency
' Soyater 565
; P.A.A. 4 H.I. Homa
P.A.A. scored the only shutout
of the night to shove H.I. Homa's
team into the last place slot in the
league. MacLane with 659 and Ted
Melanson with 639 were high for
the winners and "Bill" Riger's 522
was tops for the losers. Lane had
games of 235-214 and 200 to make
his, series high for the night. Ted
Melanson combined games of 194
235-210 for his 639.
D Luca 442
, Rogers 522
DIABLO IUSINISS -V
Teams':; Won Lest
RudesHelm .Contretor 29 15
Balboa Beer S6 17H
GUdden Paint 22 22
Buyers' 20Mi 23
Shoppers v 18 2
Mountain Dew u a
Leading Averages: Rudy 154,
Schmidt 152, Mitchusson 151.
Ruclalialma .4 Bavori B
The nins were falling .the right
way for the. leading team ot cir
cuit, and as a result the' Rude
WANTED: IiperioMod Vadio
: TV technicians. Trapeiee. S.A.
45th afreet and Via Ispaaa. t g
biawib "A"r DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
? PH0NI BALBOA 1T0B
FOR $ALI 16 t. boat 10 b.p."
motor with trailer and aH equip equipment,
ment, equipment, $800. Ft, Clayton 1A Tel.
helms chalked .up t clean iweep
of their; series wita-ine Buyers
The opening tia .ttttjM,
Dint for the Kuaesneim. -is sec
on act the margin, was itlimmec,
because only 5 sucks fleciaed tae
i vOrriy "in 'the last gam 'tlShW
Rudesheims Gals have a deciaea
odse' .over the Buyers, wh
knocked dyer 40 mre pin.JEac
team initiated keeierteto mto
the 500 ,claM, VI Russell tor jtM
Kuays wun ai4, ana ineima tow tow-ande
ande tow-ande for the Buyers with 502,, both
Balboa Beererres S :t
Gliddon Paints 1
TiiTBalboa BeeretteS are keep
ing within hailing distance of the
fast steoDine Rudesheims. when
they captured three .points ,ancl
were aemea ot tne iourtn ,. point,
when the Glidden Paints rallied
to take; the last gamo by-one
yiftVolpros crf.tna.iTiiadeii Piric.
tuMk fthail til rmmMaVii ; 4m th
team, when Lil Gunk" got her 513
nanaicap, ana iteggie scomiai 3Ub
handicap The star bowlers, of the
Balboa Beerettes were Mabel Les
lie, and .M.'mitinsrith 525 .and 517
handicap.; tsfZyV .,. V
- .'' f i -:. W-
Mountain Dow I
Th only satisfaction tho Shoo
pers may have is the fact that
they have the lowest handicap in
the league despite tha fact that
they are flirting with theceJlar
In 'the 'scratch column' they-; out out-scored
scored out-scored everyone in-the' league,
but the 66 pins they' spotted the
Mountain uew Dames -was too
much' to overcome.
The Mountain' Dews droonedthe
first game-. but ame back to take
the second. by-7 pinK, and the
third and TPfty, comfortable
margin. With, thpir kitty handi'
cap, the Mountain Dews had four
ladies to go over 500-Bess She-
para iinor Borgis 538, Babs
Marow &08 'and sarait : Masiatka
For the Shoboers. Olteta tohl
was tops with 522 -handicap and
next m line was the league lead
ing bowlertte, VI Rudy -with 514
SCHOOL LEA0UI W
. ... .4 !": rfT.
Last week Gulfnrido wai -atill
the target. -However, this team
is determined to win- and. they
navo oeen a Die to beat every one
that comes up against them. La
Mascbta was the losinr team.
Ther managed to take" 'one point
for the night. Segura and Beesler
rolled the best series ior Gulfpride
wirrn a S7 ana 407. crespnv with
a 377, and Brabo,, with a 373,. were
the best that La Cascota came
Mercurio had their hones a lit
tle when they drooned 3 nolnta to
National Radiol but they -are still
very fliuchm taoTUnmnifiof 'that
tirst spot. National Radio took the
jewelers ;,Barnhart was the. big
gun wiw a 48a,-nernanaex maae
himself felt with a 426.
Making an aMut effort to set
out of the cellar, Volkswagen
took 3 points from Marlboro who
also lost much needed arround in
the stretch. Serna led the' car men
with a 422 series and Waldron con-
mowed 382 nins for the- h aht. For
Marlboro, Gomes fired it's usual
cluster of "guided missiles" and
came out with a 127 Tavlof wa
rigni aer nira witn a 4ZB
Cerveceros de'Balboa came out
as though thef wera ansrv with
Crawford Agencie. .They refuse
A t a ji a 1. t.
iv am civu bdoui xne wnoier anair
and took all 4 mint from- CraW-
tord 1 Agencies.'' Alemanr was' the
aniy -oowierto. BreaK 500 for, ;tha
tughf. HToIlef a 504 whil leidv
ing nis team to victory. ... p -.y
i 1 I I ....... f.
' sLpaule was-iood for a. Mi .It
iust Was not the nisht for the z-
ntth sales men. Sniros tolled a 414
and Miranda; a 399.
Team Standing, Won Lost
GuJfprid s ..(, S48Vk 1 15V
Merrnt-lA SitMmM ST nv9H
TILIVISION SERVICI ;
: W rooair in your homo
wo aon't. oretea4 to guarantoo
: owr work. Wo guaranfae it
PHONI THI IXPERTS;
. CRAWSORD AGENCIES :
v TlvoH Aynu No. 11-20
Protect yeur hem an4 rne
ty agalnrt i intact linif.
Prompt adintitie" treatment an
margency nrj monthly budget : -kasi.
Telephone Pronto Service, ?
Panama 1-7977 or Colon 1777. m
Tunings and repairing all kind
ot. inow. Pint elate job. Buy'
nd sell..Unlda P. Garde, 34th
r roatN.4.I, phonos I-4B47 f
WANTEDr Amaricaa family,
thra adults, o'esir modern, tur tur-nithed
nithed tur-nithed 2 of t bedroom apartment
or chalet, Prefer El CangrOf r
La Crest. Call II Panama Hilton,
room 709.4- -,;
WANTED Bo.t trailer, my
condition, phone 86-5191. .
v; WANTE0Two North Amtr.
' ycan n t shar Hie homo with
another North Amarican. Near II
Panama H-t-l k I Alll
Sentenced To Die
For Haying Cyn :
NICOSIA. Cvwua rtTPn i
2-year-old Greek Cypriot who i;
nau-paraiyzea as we result of a
bullet wound, was sentenced tt
death yestprday for earrying t
auuiKun. i. t
Georghloi Constantinou was n
of four, armed Greek Cypriots sur --4
prised, by a two-man RrirJeh na
trobaear JCoronos in South Cv
prw,Sept 17, :
Ho'nleaded ruiltv tn
of -asbotgln. Greek Cypriots a
lorDiqaen jp) carry arms on thir f
island. The; death penalty la man mandatory.
datory. mandatory. Constantinou said at
would appeal.' f
Six other Greek Cypriote ;alsH
art janderf the death aentenea.
NEW YORK, Dec. t (UPI) -Stocks
scored an irregular ad advance
vance advance in moderate trading at the
opening toaay. r
SrMtln f iiihnii AmvalnlnMA fnllno.
Ing a decline of modest nronortionr
yesterday in the industrial ands
rauroaa averages. Reduced volumr
in that session was aeen aa a fa
yoraple factor, strengthening thi
juurrua jjuiiuod oi in marKei,
Advocate : Asbestos
,. 44T4 s
t Amer Motors :
Am Tel and Tel
. Bicroft Uranium
. Cerro de Pasco
1 Chance Vought
Chicago Gt West
. Caastal Caribe-
Crown Corp and Seal
Cuba Venezuela Oil
El Paso Nat Gas
, Fairchil' Eng
Getty Oil v
, Harsco Steal
. Hayden Newport
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Noftnup Vi;: ; -.
, OHii Mathieson
; PanciMstal '(.f
.'Tn' Israel -:-
Reynolds Metal )
Royal Duteh Shell
: Shell T and,T
. Signal Oil' and Gas, A
Sinclair; Oil ; ;
i Socony Mobile 1
n Stan OU N.J.
v Sterling Precision
Texas Gulf Prod
v United Aircraft
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! CHICAGO, Dec. 3 (UPI) Fire experts speculated" today that had two massive wooden doors been closed in Our Lady of Angels school
when fire broke out Monday considerably less than 90 persons might have died. 1 V
' : Two investigators of the National fire Protection Association said that if two doors at the second floor landing had been, closed, the Intense
''fire and hot gases would have been kept out for precious minutes and "i n all likelihood every classroom could have been emptied In time."
' Chicago1 Fire Commissioner Robert J. Quihn said that "all you nee d is one inhalation of that superheated air the fire pushel In front of It
'tftd your lungs collapse." '
I Meanwhile, offers of aid poured in today to the injured and grieving while the investigation Into the cause of the holocaust, ground slowly
'Police arson experts theorized apupil sneaking a cigarette in the school basement may have accidentally touched off Chicago's worst fire
in 55 years and the-nation's third most tragic school fire.
' Authorities resumed questioning pupils and nuns in hope they cou Id shed some
"turned up nothing new," according to Police Capt. Harry Penzin.
jteut 20 Teenage boys were
Hestiloned yesterday by police
rho urged them to obey their
eliglous beliefs and tell truth truth-ally,
ally, truth-ally, whether one of them had
Jipped a lighted cigarette in
sh behind a basement stalr-
Authorities have determined
the blaze started in the stairwell
Hi tie northeast corner of the
two-story brick school. The
flames and dense smoke were
WclCjscl up the stairwell to the
lecohd floor where most of the
rtctihis were trapped and died.
Meanwhile 200 New York
fir companies begin today a
check of possible fire hazards
In 1SO0 public, private and
parochial schools in that city.
;The cellar to roof check was
lidered by fire commissioner Ed Edward
ward Edward F. Cavanagh Jr. in order to
srbvent a disaster such as the
phieago fire, .investigation Is
Ifpfccted to take about a week.
iCJov: Averell Harriman ordered
I similar check on a statewide
lasls and ordered immediate
torrection of fire hazards alrea alrea-ly
ly alrea-ly reported,
Cavanagh said It would be
Unrealistic" to say it couldn't
iapen In New trk. But he
ttiMfNew York school authorities
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had been working for a long
time to avoid such a tragedy.
He noted, however, that there
are still four wooden school
structures in use in the borough
In Washington U.S. Educa Education
tion Education Commissioner i lawrence
G. Derthick pledged that his
agency will do everything it
can to prevent another disas disaster
ter disaster like the Chicago school fire.
Derthick and the rest of offi official
cial official Washington, hardened by
long years of international crises
and wars, recoiled in horror at
news of the tragedy.
"It's horrible beyond words to
imagine; Derthick said. "This
will shock the whole country."
He declared his agency would
"help out in any way we can" to
bar future school fires. He said
the government would launch a
study of school fire safety if it
promised "good results."
But generally Derthick and
officials of the U.S. Office, of
Education expressed helpless helplessness.
ness. helplessness. They did not know ex exactly
actly exactly what they could have
done to prevent the Chicago
For one; thing, the commis commissioner
sioner commissioner said, the, Federal govern-
ment does not have" any super-
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ards. standards. However, the Office of Ed Education
ucation Education has participated in con conferences
ferences conferences which r e c o mmends
standards to local authorities.
But Dr. William Carr Jr., ex executive
ecutive executive secretary of the National
Education Assn., warned there
are a large number of unsafe
schools across the nation.
Carf whose organization has
led a fight for more adequate
schools and Federal aid for
school construction, did not
name any specific schools or give
a figure fof unsafe buildings.
The fire roared up the stair stairwell
well stairwell and spread through the sec second
ond second floor of the 50-year-old
building. The heat brought suf-'
focating black; smoke from the
well-waxed corridor floors.
Frantic children provided wind
to feed the flames when they
smashed through second story
windows and began to jump.
After that there was no stopping
the tide of death.
Chicago was a stricken city
in the wake of its worst fire in
55 years and the third worst
school fire in the nation's his history.
tory. history. Four pitifully charred bodies
remained unidentified in the:
basement of .the county morgue.:
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light on the mystery, but the
parents collapsed in hysteria
as they! recognized some telltale
piece Of clothing or ornament
thattold them their child was.
dead. Others waited, noping ior
Eighty-two of the 100 injured
children were still in five hospi hospitals,
tals, hospitals, -nine of them in critical
condition and four of these
burned so horribly they were not
expected to live.
The Pope and the archbishop
of Chicago offered their condol condolences.
ences. condolences. Mayor Richard J. Daley
started a fund for the survivors,
and so many blood donors vol volunteered
unteered volunteered at the hospitals that
they had, to be turned away,
It remained to the police and
the fire department to discov discover
er discover how fire could have moved
so fast and Wiled so quickly in
a building which had under undertone
tone undertone fire inspection only a
week before-- building which
was called by Fire Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Robert Qulnn "ag safe
as any In the city.'
Policei under the direction of
nemitv Chief of Detectives
Frank Pape, spent the night
questioning two boys, Daniel O.
Shea, 12, and Patrick MachaJ, 11,
who-had carried waste paper to
the trash' bins 12 minutes before
the first fire alarm ftt 2:42 pm.
Daniel and Patrick saw two
other boys were still m me
boiler room, close oy me wooucu
stairway when they left. They
did not know the boys' names,
although Daniel said, one of
them was called "Richard
The special police squad fan fanned
ned fanned out through the grieving
Northwest side neighborhood, an
area of hard-working people arid
modest apartments, in search of
"Richard" and his companion.
were set up in the Austin police
station. But Police Capt. Harry
Penzin Indicated that "Richard"
and his friend, if they are found,
would be Questioned first at
their homes and not at the po police
lice police station.
Another "wastepaper boy," Jo-
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seph Brocato, 11, was questioned
about his report that he heard
an explosion, saw flames, and
then watched the scnooi janiior,
James Raymond, 43, run from
the basement.- 1
Raymond was in a state oi
shock and could not give an ac
count of the disaster, although
firemen said they had not been
able to find evidence of aft exr
'Oh My God, My Boy, My Boy'
CfflCAGO (TJPI)-A morgue jat-1
tendant gently lifted a sheet from
a charred body ani said, "This is
John Jakowski Sr., leaned over,
looked intently at the lifeless form
"Oh my God, my boy, my
Upstairs in the crowded main
hall at Cook County Morgue, a
deputy coroner intoned into 'a
"We are looking for the parents
of n ll-year-old girl with a med.
al and cross around he.- neck. She
wore a full school uniform, with
long black stockings. She can be
A little woman In a tan. coat
cried out then sobbed uncontrol uncontrollably
lably uncontrollably into the ends of her scarf.
A blue-clad student nurse guided
tlie woman to $ seat in a smoky
meeting room.- A policeman "led
her husband past 20 other anxious
parents and relatives and down
the long steps to the bodies In the
DIFFICULT TO IDENTIFY
In the noisy lobby,1 Vincent Muc Muc-ci
ci Muc-ci tugged at the sleeves of cor coroner's
oner's coroner's deputies and newsmen
anyone with a slip of paper in his
hand seeking word of his niece,
"She's 9," he said, "wearing
red bobby sox and black suede
shoes. My brother and I were tak taken
en taken down into that hell-hole to see
if we could find her. My brother
thought one body was hers, but I
didn't. I don't see how anyone can
identify anyone down there,'
Hours later, Elaine's name was
posted on the official death list in
the Our Lady of Angeles school
The small bodies, covered' with
blankets, were carried nto the
morgue from ambulances and
squad cars that drew up 10 and
12 deep in the street outside.
Police carried the bodies into a
waiting room and put them gently
down on the cold concrete floor.
They arrived faster than morgue
attendants could carry them to
the elevator and take them to the
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Police officers wept as the rows
of childrens' bodies grew longer
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By TOMMY RAYMOND
. CHICAGO (UPI)' t hesitated
on the-window sill thinkine, about
jumping and bow I would look
dead when firemen shouted to
me to wait and they d save me.
Most of my other' .classmates
had got out and I was the last
one. But when ; I : walked into the
hall the smoke was so thick I ran
back into the room. I ran to a
window in the room and threw
some books out through the glass
to break the window. It's funny,
but I remember the books my
reader and some text books.
After the winaow uroke I got
on the sill and began thinking
about jumping. That's when the
firemen down : below started
shouting st me not to jump, but
they'd come ana get me. o i
sot back off the silL
Now that I think back to when
it started. I Temember we were
having a singing lesson. We didn't
know anytlting aoout xne nre un
til all of a sudden we heard a
and longer. Priests' administered
last rites to each victim as the
stretchers were placed down.
As fast as the stretchers were
sent back u to the entrance door,
the ambulances sped back for
more victims, v.v
, Thi -tragic cargo moved In fast
er than carpenters could build
benches. The i bodies overflowed
onto the floor along the west wall,
into a room across the hall, fi finally
nally finally into a third room.
I ttorffu attendants taoved about
determining a child's, sex, writing
descriptions of any clothing that
remained, searching for lockets or
o'her trinkets that would aid iden
It was two hours, after the .bod .bodies
ies .bodies started arriving before the
first relatives arrived.
. "It's only natural, Deputy Cor Coroner
oner Coroner George Connor said. "They're
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a lot of smoke.
The girls said kids from -other
rooms were hanging on one an another's
other's another's belts to form a line to get
to the stairs because the smoke
had made it as. dark :a neht. on
the second floor. A man came
running through vthe- door and -we
could see"flamei on the other side
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