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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, E. 1 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11 957
FIVB CENTS
3rd TEAR

Specialist
Visits Here

Whlte,V who
rested Presidents EUenhower
When he had a heart www.
bassed through here .yenexu
knd paid a courtesy can u
f"uJi7M.,-WA An la : Guardla.
JnnthA nf Panama's rresiacuu
t, la nimrdia. --.
Dr. White arr vea
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t .r'"--T,t. to bulto where
" T UhT Terence of
10 win muv.
he international oociny
barlology, ,i ,. ; iu. .-
h.nt'f mother yeswraay w p.
pontaneour visn wnen
u- nffrincr from a
Hiflnn Todav a DOkes
Inan for the President expressed
his deep gramuae or ve v
'ir. WViit ; i truest of the
krmv at Ft; Amador during his
pvernigni siay w ttui
h hurt attenaea ihw
liaitiiu'. conference in iari-.
r i l
tt which-he was gue -.wB.,
el or coming nere.
roni Street Has
i rki nut
iSailor Loses $25
uHnvfVin walked off with
L ..n.....fH rhulr from one of
the Hindu shops on Front Street
kri colon, and apparently carried
at to his ship lasi.nigni,, ionciucu
$25 pail today
istrate's court.
TV,- s.vpnr-old Bailor Leon.
ard Morgan, off the British ship
Gothic, was enargea jeai
with "bringing stolen property
rHe'Dosted 25 ball, but failed
m rourt today because
his ship left Cristobal at 7:35
this morning en route to Wei-
T!oihn 'Mftdlstratev John E.
Demina acted as Cristobal Mag
istrate today in the absence 01
Judg E. X, P- jaieman.;- v
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Incora0aif; Return
Of Barbara's Gnosis
Undergoing Scrutiny
NEW YORK, Nov: 20 (UP)
IU. S. Attorney faul w. yvmiami
I said today -an invesugauon w
I underway of? income tax returns
filed by the 65 gangsters who met
last week at Apalachin, N. -Y.
i,Meanwmie,aW ana ww
Ithoritiea wer. conaucung. weir
lun inmtitivatinnx of the meeting
L.M i th 4i00.0d0 mansion of
Joseph Barbaras V; ;
New York-police hoped the in investigation
vestigation investigation would shed light on the
fecent gangland ;laying of Albert
lAnastasia. The state mjuor au-
i f hvritv wii nrorvne tne acuviues
of Barbara, who holds a beer dis-
tribuUn? license.
Williams al that; nine those
who .attended the meeting have
been under scrutiny by -a special
Mfrki arand jury invesbgapng
tacketeering in the garment and
tracking industries.-The jury was
i tw.Mri r 1 .... V
II in pane icu i-w j .-
s He discloitedrthat tha nine
eluded BUSSCtt: inunuuM ina
gelo Sciandra,!i associated with sev several
eral several garment? contractors in the
Pennsylvania ,larea--' v?f-
Fighterpmbers
Hop Toifar East,
Show Range, Ppwer
CLARK :AlR?BASEr Philippine,
Nov. 21 (UP). A squadron ot
F100D fighter-bombeta today dem demonstrated
onstrated demonstrated their ability to span an
ocean and -g .immediately into
combat ;'
-. The planes.trefueled in flight,
reached the Philippines from Cali California
fornia California hi 18 hours ,and immediately
set out,n a 7W-miie comoax nus-
gion. v
Tha missipn was pan prac practice
tice practice xerciaes the Air Force label
led a "dramatic reminder" of, VS.
ability to provide tactical an pow power
er power to the Far East in the event of
a "brash fire"Vwart-.;. J
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.Strike Iri Ceylon;
Closing Factories.
COLOMBO, ieyloti, Nov. M 21
(UP) A growing, strike for higher
'Wages spread to 23 trade anions
today and took some 80,000 work work-era
era work-era off their jobs in Colombo.
Electrical workers closed down
power plants and railway workers
cut oa rau transportation. Govern Government
ment Government ani retail store employes
worked in semi-darkness without
the benefit of elevators, air condi

tioning or fans .. i

United Fund Agencies
15; National
' Recreation
' Association
' klngt $58.85
. Supported solely by' yolun yolun-tarv
tarv yolun-tarv eontributions, NBA works

with local military and civile
Ian authorities to increase re recreation!
creation! recreation! opportunities, by
rendering assistance to pro program
gram program plaining and personnel
traininr :.. -';
Its' work la to eombafr juven juvenile
ile juvenile delinquency, 111 health and
mental breakdown, and local
ly In the past year the NBA
has aasisite recreation e e-eers
eers e-eers in their program at the
tri-serrlee jollitmry Installa Installations
tions Installations an to the eivilian com community
munity community TMCA'a. ':(
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Heallh Chief Would
End Mass X-Rays
For,
'. W4SHINGTON, Nov. 20 (UP)
The government's chief health of officer
ficer officer called today for an end to
community-wide mass A-ray sur surveys
veys surveys as a means of ferreting out
Surgeon General Leroy" .Ej; Bur-
ney, said sucn surveys snouw oe
groups.' He mentioned hospitalized
persons, low4ncome groups,: mi migrant
grant migrant workers and persons known
to Jhave been exposea w, w
' Burnejr also urgV 1, .nmunities
to use the tuberculin sun test as
the first step in -discovering w
horMiimi- Chaat X-ravs. he add
ed, should be limited to those
showing a positive reaction to the
skin test - -y
He sent the recommendations -to
tale and local health officers, ex
Diatom the, .Were based oa th
findings of a group of medical ex.
nertf.-v.The-.-i experts were ? sum-
moned here rectntly te consider
the nroblem JOf r X-ray raiiiation
and the ehauginA (t(bercuiosiS yie
-.The advisory group said chest
Tj-av wocram. when conducted
by. competent jhealth expertsy still
were zunaamemai in oeieuunu iu
berculosis. They 4Hmciuded the
risks were -rtlaUvely small corn-
Dared "with potential benefits.
' But a Public Health spokesman
said the group agreed that such
programs should be on selective
rather than:- a ; shotgun community
basis. He indicated that the era of
mass adult X rays was over be
cause "there is utue yieia oi new
cases," 5
To reduce radiation '.exposure
both to the operators and the pub-
I t. Burner ureed periodic exam
ination ot all x-ray equipment ana
installations .He said appropriate
protective devices should ne added
wherever 'necessary.;,fs!i:-:
Alvin Sasso Dies
At Brother's Home
In Bella Vista
Alvin Sastxo Of Costa Rica, who
had been visiting his brother and
sister-in-law- Mr. and Mrs., Don-
laid Sasso of BeUa Vista, died
suddenly at their home Tuesday
evening. He was 51 .years old.
' He had been under a doctor's
care before be was taken ill. His
death was due to a eereorai nem
orrhage. ..
v Funeral services were held yes
terday afternoon from the Sasso
home on 52nd Street.
Besides, "his wife, Nora, and
two small sons, who live in Costa
Rica, he is survived by two oth
ef brothers. Albert and M o hi y.
both of whom live in Panama Ci
tr. : -
The deceased also had three
sisters, -Mrs.- Morns Moriti of
Colon. Mrs. Walter C. Watson of
Rodmaa. and Mrs. Enrique Mo
ron of Centura!, Virgin Islands. -Aslo-surviving,
is Miss, Felicia
Toledano,- who reared the Sasso
children after the death, of, their
parents. she now make her
home with Mrs. Watsoa at 'Bod-
man, v
Rail Workers : v i
Demand Frotection
From Lions : v
KHARTOUM, Sudan." Nov: 20
fUP Bail workers refused to to
out on their jobs in Southern Su
dan today -because of a sharp in
crease in the number of lions
roaming about the railroad line in
Carfour Province. The workers de demanded
manded demanded armed guards.'
The increase in the lion popula
tion followed the establishment of
an Institute ia the area for cattle
research and the consequent im
port of large herds ot catUe.

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Bunch 01 Zonuns Enraqed At.Rpck Gas Outfit

. A group of irate; Zonlans and a
fnr Panamanians : w h o, own
home in the interior of Panama
were up-in arma today against a
Panama flrm wmcn -suppuea
them with' tanks 01 roc -.ga-;
. Thev mm that Econogas, b.a
arbitfarllyi nulled out -complete
instniidtions and eaa tanks from
Wielr interior homes without any
advance tioUce 01 ineir mix
ttnn to do ISO. -i
I rpnrpspntfttlve Of; the COm-
r '-rr-": ... ju
pany saW? today mai-'ney ,;uiu
XnlS DetiMiHe nic i lo.uw..vo
n't ivstnir the minimum consump
tion of four 100-pound tanks a
- AOoui'ev pcopte ';.
Econogas office on 34th' Street
in Panama City yestetday aft'
ernooh to protest the ornpa-
ny'i action, out oaay
clttiTncd they got absolutely
no : satisacfion"- from their
meeting with assistant man man-atrer
atrer man-atrer Rooello de la Torre.
Th or, nnm ralline a mass
,jn Mnndav nieht to be nem
hi the; Diablo ciuDnouse in du
to plan a. further course 01 ac action
tion action to be taken against the gas
mmnanv.
The 20-Odd nome-ownci, i"u
Arraljan to Santa Clara, were
tn.n.i because thev were not
notified in advance or ure ac
tion, and are now bereft 01 a gas
supply ,ior ineir wcccw r
fofTPft.
They were xoia yestciuaj v.v
f amUm kail! t.nrifi.V f -Tiii&L a new
system was to be Inaugurated by
in which two 25-lD.
Unks win be installed in ihe 1 1n
terior homes wmcn ao k
.TV, tanks-are coming
..iKr, thrr weeks."' according
to La Torre, and peopie wno wii
to have them installed taust pay
$65 in advance to cover the tanks
Wi,lU v"-- 1 V.
nrf tw. Boiioe Then tne nu,
are their own. La Torre stateo.
tiuc n ...
a MMiin wno worxs in u w
miniatraUon BuUding said today
.h,At tne anocK. 01 uw ws
Lets Give Him
A Number Only
BERLIN, Nov.- 21 (UPJ Bu-
sisa parents are finding tt more
and more difficult to find appro
priate names for their' children, a
West Berlin newspaper .. reported
tdy. . ;" ."
It pubusnea a joxe m empnasize
the difficulties facing modern-day
Russia. ,r"
"How about Leone
"Impossible. That was Trotsky's
name." .;,. ...
"Josee".
' 1 "Are yon 1rsane?n ..'
"Lavrenti. then." -
"But. darling,' think' about
Beria. - '.4 '-' :
"Vycheslv would be pretty.
No, that's Molotov's name.'
"Look, let' give him a number
now and wait to see what happens
in the next purge.'!

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.""f in.rion trial as the murder wea

Wltta 5it.
led
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police laboratory of the Balboa
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when she drove iip-to her riarhe
In Playa Grande; yiear Ban car carles,
les, carles, and. found "na tank, no gas,
no pipeswverything had been
Stripped away. ',
"They left a big hole for ver vermin
min vermin to crawl through and
there I vai with- H guests
coming to dinner
She said she never dreamed
. fftaf the company did it. She
was convinced it was thieves.
When she went down to the
gas company she : was, toicV' tnat
the tanks were nuiiea oui ue-
cause her contract reaulred her
to use four tank a year.
She explained that jshe had a
nine-year-old contract which re required
quired required "'nothing of the sbrtV She
finally forced then to produce
her old contract which proved
her to be right.
"I euess we made a mistase
pulling yours out." she says the
man, in -charge then told her.
Another dlserunlicd Bainoan
said todav that the 'first inkling
he had was wnen one 01, nis
neighbors called them from San
ta Clara to report tnetanxs nao
been stolen.
"we were wire it was tnieves,
ne said today. "Wliy couldn't the
company give us the 30-day no
tice required ey law insieaa 01
sneaking in there and stealing
away the Unks?"
One -woman said mat sne wm
told last month that tne new
equipment was coming in a
week," but so. far she i stUl
Kaiser Confirms
Plan To Explore
For Bauxite Here
WASHINGTON. Nov! 21 (UP)
The Kaiser i Aluminum and
Chemical Corp. announced rere
today that it has obtained a
bauxite exploration and mining
concession from the government
of Panama. .' ;
D. A. Rhoades, general manager
of the corporation, said it was
the first bauxite concession
granted by the Panamanian gov government.,
ernment., government., v .' .p.
Rhoades said, "we axe very op
timistic over th prospects of
the development of bauxite In
Panama." -. -n
"The encourgamentf and ex
cellent cooperation we have re received
ceived received from the Panamanian
government has been, most gra gratifying.
tifying. gratifying.
. "Our preuminary studies mui mui-cate
cate mui-cate that there are extensive de deposits
posits deposits and everything indicates
that Panama' may become a
great source of the basic miner mineral
al mineral uaed In the production of a-
lumtoum.
Kaiser Aluminum and Chem
ical Corp. is an affiliate of the
Kaisef Industries Corp.
without gas at -her Sea Cliff
Acxes residence. :

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Juan de Dios Poyeda, Canal
the fclchmelssr subma
.fternoon at 3:30. but it is ex-
are still at work on the test-
thP lurv on an utlnr to
police station.
- 'I '..'.V. '
' "What Are we supposed to' .do
in the meantime?" she asked.
A company spokesman pointed
sout today that" resident paid
$85 in advance for the new
tanks, Jhe company would sup supply
ply supply tBm tvith temporary 50,-lb.
tanks.
Hfe'sald that they only pulled
out nine installations and tanks,
and have so far, replaced four
with the temuorarv tanks.
- Residents reported that in
several cases their' caretakers
who were on the premises were
told by company workmen that
thev had the owners' permission
to remove th tanks from the
homes. r .-,
twrs-o vexed'' reported'
one man, "that I stomped'
down to the office and deK
manded to be paid for the gas
remaining in the tanks that
they stole. I refuse to deal with
people who act like that" hi
added.
"Prom now on I'll use my old
kerosene range. The beautiful
new gas range gets stored in the
garage."
Several doctors, and a few
Panamanians were also among
the comnlainants who turned
out for the meetine yesterday
Meanwhile, all people who
have homes in the interior that
use bottled gas are being urged
to attend the meeting at Diablo
Heights clubhouse Monday night
at 7;30.
Ancon Housewife
Pays $35 Fine
For Shoplifting
An Ancon housewife was fined
135 in Balboa Magistrate's Court
todav for shoplifting from : the
Balboa Commissary. .'
Mrs. Sonla M. Verity. 27, plead
ed guilty to the petit larceny
charge and told the court sne
was under great e m o tibnal
strain when she picked up the
three items of ladles apparet.
A detective said' today a shop
per who noticed Mrs.) verity
stuffing some things into a large
sipper-type envelope ijurse, r re reported
ported reported her to the authorities at
the commissary.
She had taken a black dinner
dress, a brassiere and three pairs
or ladies unaerwear worm a w
talof $43. f
Fire Destroys
UN Snack-Bar.
In South Korea
SEOUL. Korea. Nov 21 (UP)
Fire today destroyed the $200,000
service club and snack oar at V.N.
military headquarter her. ,Ko
ne wat indued.

Thor, Jupiter
Both Get
Rocket Nod

WASHINGTON. Nov. 21 (UP)
House investigators said today
the Defense Department appar apparently
ently apparently intends to solve the con controversy
troversy controversy over 1500-mile rockets
by producing both the Thor and
Jupiter Intermediate range bal ballistic
listic ballistic missiles (IRBM's).
Meanwhile, Senate investi investigators
gators investigators preparing to launchma launchma-jor
jor launchma-jor missile hearings Monday
have been secretly interview interviewing
ing interviewing top scientists and collect collecting
ing collecting public statemerr's made by
Pentagon officials over the
past three years, it was learn learned.
ed. learned.
The Senate Preparedness sub
committee headed by Senate
Democratic leader Lyndon B
Johnson (Tex.) has advised Sec
retary of Defense Nell H. McK!
roy and undersecretary Donald
A. Quarles to be ready to testify
Tuesday or Wednesday,
-
Informed sources said tenta tentative
tive tentative plans call for the leadoff
witnesses to be Dr. Edward
Teller, recognized "father" of
the H-bomb, and Dr. Vannevnr
Bush,' long-time, scientific ad adviser
viser adviser to the government.
Rep. George H. Mahon (D-
Tex ), chairman of the House
Military Appropriations: subcom
mittee investigating the lag in
U.S. missile development, said
testimony ,so far indicated no
both,' he seid. 7
Production on both IRBM's has
been held pp pending llnal tests j
and a decision bn which is the,
better. I
The Thor is an Air Force prod-t
uct and thfe Jupiter is the Army's
brainchild; ;
West Might Lose
Arab World To Reds,
Delegates Warned
1
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Nov.
21 tUP) united Nations dele
gates today weighed warnings
that two important sectors of
the Eastern world may turn
communist unless the'.r territo territorial
rial territorial demands are satisfied.
Indonesian Foreipn Minister
Subandrio and Saudi Arabian
Minister f State Ahmad, Shu-
kalry delivered the warnings in
two separate U.N. committee
meetings yesterday.
- Shukairy, speaking in the spe special
cial special political committee debate
on Palestine refugees, said the
West might lose not only Saudi
Arabia- but the entire Aran woria
to Russia if it maintains its
present policy toward Israel.
Subandrio, in the main politi
cal committee's debate on West
New Guinea, declared that In
donesia might be forced to a a-bandon
bandon a-bandon its "active independent
policy" if the Netherlands does
no surrender tne aisputed terri
tory.
Shukairy said that rather than
the Soviets scoring gains," It is
the West which is scoring fail failures
ures failures and retreats" on the Pales
tine refugee problem..
Francoise Sagan
Sued For Damaging
Writer's Reputation
PARIS, Nov. 21 (UP) French
iournallst Henri Jolyet brought
suit aealnst author Francoise
Saean todav charging that one
of the characters in her latest
book damaged his reputation.
Jolyet, who writes tor a finan financial
cial financial maeazine. said his social re
lations were, being embarrassed
Because or a cnamcier namru
Andre Jolyet in Miss Sagan 's
novel "In a Month. In a year."
- He said the names were almost
identical and the fictional Jol Jol-vet
vet Jol-vet was described as the same
age and physical appearance as
himself; altnougn ne ana mi
Sagan had, never met
Jolyet demanded tnai tne nc nc-Hnn.i
Hnn.i nc-Hnn.i character be renamed in
new editions of the book and in
the film version of the noveL He
Lalso asked $3380 la damages.

final decision has been made on'.. 4 a.. t

the Thor-.Tnnltpr cnnt.rovpm'J llAfrllV Mf'rfaU .'

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Missiles,

Budget, Russia! ;
To Displace Golf

WASHINGTON, Nor. 21 (UP) Urgent missilt
spending decisions and preparation for crucial NATO
talks in mid-December Will plunge President Eisenhower
into one of the busiest periods of his career when he re re-turns
turns re-turns today from golfing in Georgia, ,s-1 "J;
The President, scheduled ta arrive this afternoon
from Augusta, Jias just a few weeks to lay ,out a new
budget for Congress stepping up, the missile effort and
cutting back non-defense programs. , 7
He also must come up with the rallying point for
North Atlantic nations to meet RussiaVnew-found- mili-,;
tary-scientific strength. J-i'-

, Interlaced among these two
major pressing problems, the
President will have secondary
ones and the regular business of
running the government to keep
his hands run lor tne next six
weeks.
Top items:
On Tuesday he makes his
third "Chins Up" speech to the
nation from Cleveland on the
value of international coopera cooperation
tion cooperation to U.S. security,
or Panama Canal
Arrives On Zone
Paul T. Dunn, a new attorney in
the oficeo, the General Counsel
0 the Panama Canal Co., has ar arrived
rived arrived in the Canal Zone -from
New York and has taken over his
new duties.
Dunn comes to the Canal Zone
from Washington, D. C, where
he attended Catholic University
Law School and completed his
law studies in August of this
year. c
A native of Providence, R. I.,
he served With the United States
Navy from 1946 to 1948 aboard
the U.S. cruiser Providence. Aft
er being discharged from the Na Navy,
vy, Navy, he attended Providence Col Col-'ege,
'ege, Col-'ege, from where-he was graduat graduated
ed graduated in 1953. N
Dunn was ccompanied to the
Isthmus by his wife.
12-Year-0ld Girl
Sets Fires For Fun
in Manhattan Hotel
NEW YORK, Nov. 20 (UP) A
12-year-old girl who said she liked
excitement confessed today setting
a string of fires in a Manhattan
hotel that hai firemen racing
from, floor to floor to keep up with
her.
Fire Commissiontr Edward Vav Vav-anagh
anagh Vav-anagh said the pint-sized firebue.
"moving like greased lightning"
set nine fires last night in the
Hotel Brierfield, then set two
more this morning before she was
caught.
Cavanaeh said the
brown-eyed
girl teleohoned in the alarm after
setting the last fire m a trash
can on the seventh floor of the
15 story hotel. The blaze was only
two feet from the door of her
three-room apart tntnt, where she
lived with her infirm grandmother
and an uncle.
. Cavanagh said the girl, whose
name was withheld because of her
age,: was the daughter of a New
York and Las Vegas show girl.
The mother, he said, is now in
Las Vegas.
Cavanagh said the girl told him
she had not seen her mother for
nearly a year and never had seen
W father. The girl had been un
der psychiatric care at Bellevue
Hospital for six weeks lasi year.
The string of fires caused dam damage
age damage estimated at $500. No one was
injured, ;
Cavaaagh said the girl used up
two hooks of matches ia setting
the fires in closets, upholstery and
trash cans. She was booked on a
eharge of juvenile-delinquency.

NATO,

He holds a bi-partisan meet- 5
ing Dec. 3 with Congressional
leaders to go over the U.S. pro proposals
posals proposals for the NATO meeting. .'
Before NATO he will confer
with A dial E. Stevenson, who is
serving as a special NATO con-
.ltant '
M.Vwft .. 1 ... ..' !.'.v 'A ."- ..... s, .',
s -He also will confer with Re-
publican leader separately on
his legislative program.
.-At the same time government'
economists are gloomily pre predicting
dicting predicting a four million tinem- y
piovment figure by f enruary
government s te bolster the
' Somw.of the President's big biggest
gest biggest headaches loom in deciding
what shall be sacrificed domes domestically
tically domestically for defense as well as
how much more money should
be put into missiles.
According to current estimate
defense spending may be upped
one billion next year to 39 billion
dollars.
Federal Economists
Expect 4 Million
Jobless By March
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21 (UP (UP-Government
Government (UP-Government economists predicted
today that close to four million
Americans will be out of work by
the end of February.
Labor Department forecasters
said one reason unemployment
may shoot well beyond, the pres present
ent present 2,500,000 jobless figure is be because
cause because of the waning boom in in'
dustrial expansion.
AFL-CIO president George Mea Mea-ny,
ny, Mea-ny, indicating labor's concern o o-ver
ver o-ver the job outlook, called on Pres President
ident President Eisenhower to take immedi immediate
ate immediate steps to bolster the nation's
economy.
"Unless America acts now it
means suffering for workers fam families
ilies families and widespread tourble for
the entire economy," Meany said.
"We can't wait for aa economic
bust."
In Seattle, top organiser of the
Teamsters Union met to "discuss
the unemployment situation, which
is increasing all across the coun country."
try." country." Outgoing Team aters presi president
dent president Dave Beck said today's
meeting was ont of a seried call called
ed called by ihim over the country's eco economic
nomic economic condition. ;
Beck said he considered running
the Teamsters the same as run running
ning running a big business. "We are ia
tie business of selling labor for
the nest price we can gei ne
said.
And when something like this
unemployment situation develop.
it's necessary lor us to get to
gether and see if there are ; any
changes-we' should make m our
organizing activities, ne
Zonians To Enjoys
Legal Holiday
On Thanksgiving
Emnloyes of the Canal organi
zation and all residents of the Ca
nal Zone will observe Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving Day next Tburday which
has been designated as a legal
holiday both in the "Xanal Zone
and the united State. ,v j
Gov. W. I Petterf eaBed atten attention
tion attention to the proclamtiM issued r
President Eisenhower Vn' which
he asked all American Czeaa t
observe Nov. 28 as a eUy ef -tional
thanksgiving and te offer
prayers ef thanks for tur b
'fold blessinxs.-

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By VICTOR RIESEL

Like all well run governments

the Mafia wmch gaily toasts it

if : I t o-,...l

The Malt at m MM forum fo. r.ader. ol The P.n.m, America e" "'J ," "

UHM reeeivod retefylly an a haodM In wholly coafldentlel UL"A"

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peat day. letteto ara published in Hie order received.
I,' Rlaata try te kaop the lHtr limltad to ana oaf a length.
' Idantltv at letter writer it held in strictest confidence

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npmnt m letteie from readers.

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MIRACLES AND REVOLUTIONS

Blf:

l wu very disappointed when I noticed the publicity given

; in your NOV. 8 issue VO me .uwi Anniversary 01 wie DuisneviK
4 Revolution. J certainly don't question your right to Print such
,' news as this but I certainly do question the fact that you chose
to glorify one such as Khrushchev and the Communist cause.
- Now, you might say that this is news and your duty Is to

i Druig the news to your reacting pudiic. wnai manes you min
; for one moment that any right-thinking American, be he United
t States or Panamanian citizen, is interested In the social life of
one such as Khrushchev or in the fact that the Bolsheviks cele-
prated another anniversary of their start on the road to at-
tempted world domination? Don't you think we have enough
tolly reminders of this?
' No doubt yours was not the only publication which gave glo-
i ry unknowingly to the Communist cause. I was even more dis-
; appointed when I noticed the extreme lack of publicity given to
the 40th anniversary of the Fatima Miracle which took place at

i Fatima. Portugal, Oct. 13, 1917. Your puMlcation as well as

i manv others, has taken absolutely no notice to this fact.

1 At the same-time as the Bolsheviks were getting started on

their plan for world domination 40 years ago, God, through His
Blessed Mother, was giving us a clear cut solution to all our

worldly ills Prayer. Penance and Consecration.

I am sure you'll agree that man has accomplished little or

nothing towards a lasting peace. God has given us free wills
and we are capable of accomplishing this lasting peace on one
condition only, that Us, If we give glory to Him and not to the

devil as we have Den cioing, ana u tnis giory is given in suni-

clent quantity. God sent His Blessed Mother to give us this

'! plan and it Is up to us to accept it or reject it. He wants us to

; use our free wills. Up to r

now far too many people have by their

actions Ignored this plan completely. Many minions have ac accepted
cepted accepted it bv way of the Blue Army of Our Lady of Fatima and

Its pledge of prayer, penance and consecration and many other

oevotioni giving giory to uoa.
T m a i vftit tnH T trt f Pa fKaf m o mr mnr mtlMnno a r

cept It. won't you lend a hand? Anyone desiring information
about the Blue Army should write to Blue Army, Washington,
New Jersey. Please use your publication In the interest of peace

by giving glory to Him who can help us ana not to those who
are out to destroy us.
Leo P. Champagne

Sir:

CX. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

As one of the B.H.6. dads who was honored at the football

game Friday night, I was delighted to see such fine spirit in our
school. The entertainment between the halves was excellent.
Nobody else has ever put on as good a show as we saw that night.
'But I was shocked to ee on the official program that of the
4en graduating seniors, only two had been in enough games long
enough to earn a letter. And then I looked around and saw
uat most of the boys, nearly all of them upperclassmen, were,
' their dads, On the bencht The freshmen and their dads were
rnsplcuously absent,, and Jtbeir names weren't even on the

Is this the price that our boys must pay for B H S. greatness

I

a cabinet full of trophies to attest to having consistently beat

i two smaller and weaker teams? is this all that we can hope
j expect from our B.H.S. athletic program?
Sure, we're aU happy for Mr. Batemah and Mr. Million, for
t ?ir boys have played bang-up ball. But what about the rest

our boys who have put in Just as much time as theirs sloe

! .ii it out every afternoon until dark? Don't they deserve a

; .cak too?' I sincerely desire that my son have the same share

, -.i parucipawu" jus ueurt us in it; ne puts in as many nours
oi' practice as aryone else, is fast and heavy enough and has

, piayed high school iootbail in the states.

Our coaches and team are tops, bar none. But it's easy to
; see why our opponents come back year after year with the same

lighting spirit, because win, lose or draw they all get to see

plenty of action ana to earn tneir letters.

What is wrong with Balboa having a Red Team and a White

1 Team? Why don't we put two teams in the field? Are we afraid?

; Hardly! Are we short-sighted? Unh-huh!

; Box office returns would be greater. Many of our cash cus cus-i
i cus-i tomers tueh as servicemen and their families have no stake In

j the game and don't care who wins. They pay their money to
jJt a good clean game between teams as evenly matched as pos-
Bible. More games would be played and fans would have a longer
, thrill-packed season such as Stateside high schools now enjoy.
; Xven the trophies in the cabinet would have a new shine and

, meaning. But best of all our B.H.S. boys would all have a chance
i to play, to earn their letters and recognition for playing the

; game au use way.
, Are there those who would not favor such a plan? Certain-
ly not the dads, the team, the student body or the general public.
; Let's have more, bigger and better football games!
Viva Balboa

I Labor. Or maybe several secreta

ries. Just who they are nobody

yet knows.
But trio FBI, the Sonata ra-cket-buiting
committee and the
Now York poiico noted quite a
aprinkling of labor "export" at
the national convention of Ma Mafia
fia Mafia warlorda in upper New York
Stat last Thursday morning'.

There were labor relations men.

There were specialists in the gar

ment and trucking lields. There

were waterfront men. mere were
account executives who have deep

connections with Teamster locals.

There were overseers of the gar

bage business and even someone
from the Hotel and Restaurant U-
nion.

There were 65 men in all with

intricate connections yet even we

amateurs know that rarely if ever

before have more than a dozen
high Mafia Chiefs met to make de

cisions. v

By this time the Federals and

some very hard working state

and local gendarmerie have check

ed out most of these connections
and they believe that the clan met
to analyze their market and find
out how much trouble they can ex expect
pect expect in each business, in each

district.
If they had met merely to
cut up iho territorial of Albert
Anastasia, the executed oxecu oxecu-tioner,
tioner, oxecu-tioner, they would Nave called
their top "judo" into a New
York or Now Jersey restaurant
and that would Kara boon it.

No Green Pasture

Or:

POWERS OF DARKNESS

I see the Fuerza y Luz is apoloelzlni to me. and to its oth

, r clients, for the power going off all around town from time

to time lately. They say some of their machinery has fallen to

; pieces, it s mignty courteous of them to apologize to me for this

irregularity, ana I want tnem to know I do appreciate it.

What I would appreciate a whole lot more Is an apology for
sopie of the more regular features of Fuerza y Luz service. I'll
. bet money right now that my November utilities bill will show
' no drop commensurate with the few hours I have spent without

i current. As it was about the same as usual for a recent month
la whieh I was absent from my house for three weeks, without
I any electricity whatsoever being used except for the icebox,
why should I expect a lower bill Just because there has been no
' power going through the meter for a few hours these last few

, cays?
: I realize of course that the near-impossibility of any of my
1 Canal Zone friends getting a telephone call across the Fourth

i of July 'A me during business hours is Just another Fuerza y Lua

; aennar, aesignea 10 leave me iree to concentrate on other work
Nevertheless, an occasional apology for irresponsible meter
readers and bum phene service would be a heart-warming in in-t
t in-t novation these dark nights.
! Sufferer

SIREN SONG

sir:

The hoys gathered in the cool
mountain air for poll taking on
just how hard they were all be being
ing being hit by the Senate racket

committee which now is winding
its way through the, Teamsters

into all fields.

These men wanted to know,

too, how it was in the labor field,

the Federals figured For among
the eourments was one Carlo Gam-1

bino. dienified fellow. The police

say Gam bino did not hop through

an open window of his host s

home when the 20 New York State

Troopers closed in.

Gambino identified himself to

the State Troopers as a labor re relations
lations relations consultant. And the police

found he was telling the truth.

Gambino is identified with the
firm of Shiller and Saltzstein, 141

East 44th St., New York City. Ap

parently Nate Shefferman did
not have this mint-making fields

to himself.

WO don't know what Oambi Oambi-no's
no's Oambi-no's advice consists of and we

cannot oven refer to him as an

lunfrecked professor, for the

authorities nporr no baccalau baccalaureate
reate baccalaureate record, just indictments
Ifor operating a still and grand
larceny.
Among the debonair delegates

to the parley in the town of A A-palachin,
palachin, A-palachin, the police note another
labor "expert" by the name of

James LaDuca. Secretary of Lo Local
cal Local 66, Hotel and Restaurant
Workers Union, Buffalo, New
York.
Sections of this same interna

tional union in Philadelphia and
other cities have heen under in

vestigation by the McClellan Com Committee
mittee Committee for almost a year. So have

the eastern Teamster locals with

which several at the gathering

have close ties in New York, New

Jersey and Pennsylvania. The

host to the 65 visitors, Joseph

Barbera, is himself a Scranton

man the area in which some
hoods inside a union or two shook
down the Navy and in which Mc

Clellan Committee investigators

were threatened.

There was a solid contingent of

men who have water-front connec connections
tions connections m the New York harbor

and a couple of fellows who kept

sections of the construction field

in line. Since all these fields are

under Senate and other Federal
probes,' the conjecture in govern

ment circles is threefold:
The Mafia men wanted to know
just how heavy their losses, have
been since the McClellan Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy probe -was launched.
Tbj?y wanted to pintpoint the
actual number of potential Mafia
candidates for the hot seat.
The top older men, more Cauti

ous, mors stealthy and wiser in

the ways of dealing with the pub

bhc. believe that the people are

enormously angered and that the

pressure on Jeeal law enforcement

authorities is just beginning.

There were many there who be believe
lieve believe the time has eome to dis

cipline the extroverts in the mob.

The one thing the boys want
most now is to get out of the

spotlight.

iiytjlASTo;il
tenY-Go.Roij;jD

WASHINGTON f Seldom have so

many, jewels sparkled: seldom has

so much wealth been paraded; sel seldom
dom seldom have so many males tried to

look comfortable behind starched
bosoms all in tribute to the Inter International
national International Race at Laurel, Md.

watching that gala occasion, no

one would have dreamed -that two

Sputniks were writing' warnings

in the sky. No one would have

guessed that anyone was at all

concerned about Russia's pioneer

ing of outer space.

No one would have any inkl

ing that Pentagon exports were,
going almost craxy worrying a a-bout
bout a-bout tb fact that the United.
States had now become a second-

class power. ; 'J-'-,

Prince Alv Khan flew in from

Paris to see his horse race.

Vivacious Elizabeth Arden, un

concerned' about space problems.

placed a "Meditarranee lipstick
at every place on the dinner place.
She sat near Clare Boothe Luce,
the ex-Ambassadress to Italy, who

looked dumure in a gray .lace
gown with an emerald-diamond

necklace, and who tossed ; the

dice ai a mimaiurc norse race.

Walter Winchell In New York

MAN ABOUT TOWN
Big mystery about Oisele Mac
Kenzie's No. One man. Is he Joe
Pry or, ust signed for her toevee
show, or is The One still nor

"Sherman Adams"..."Fair Game

hading lady Ellen McCrae will
bo the next Mrs. Howard Bar Barnes.
nes. Barnes. Following his final decree.

He's the CBS voop...ls evorythin

horricy-dooly with former 64,.
000 quiz champ Vivionno Hear Hearing
ing Hearing (the Warner's barrister) and
her lawyermate? Insiders hoar
they began the trial-experiment
two months ego.. .Fortune's Au August
gust August issue featured an article
that bragged how far ahiad of
Russia the U.S. was regarding
the 1 you-know-whatnik... Why
doesn't someone ask the very
libnral and neutral Mr. Nehru
why India's Embassy (in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C.) won't employ Ne Negroes?
groes? Negroes? 1
The Washington Wire: The Se

curities Exchange Commission
probe of a Wall Streeter (dabbl (dabbling
ing (dabbling in Cuban oil promotion) will
involve a Broadway star's groom,

a former associate.. .Countess Peg Peggy
gy Peggy Dorelis, according to Manhat

tan s Hapsburg House crowd,
may elope with Washington fi financier
nancier financier Eugene Owen.. .Red front
outfits plan an intensive campaign
when Congress reeove.nes in Ja Ja-uary
uary Ja-uary to abolish the Comm. on

Un-American Activities... The Ro

bert Kennedys (he's chief counsel

of the McClellan Comm.) expect
their 6th child and the' James
Julianas (he's the minority coun-

sel of the same comm.) onticipate

their 4th.

sinful.. .The Adam Kennedys have
a new son. The mama is the form former
er former Barbara Curley, Ex Copacutie.
Pop's in NBC's 'The Californians'
troupe.. .Cary Latimer of the solid
gold taxi whistle set, digs rodeo
star Casey Tibbs...Martin Kimmel
has lost his bead over Jill Corey.
He now butters her bread for ner.

(Goo-goo-gooooh.)

The author of "Compulsion" sub

mits his side of a recen item:
"The knife I sent to the writer

of the play was not at hreat. I
awarded 'him "The Big Knife of

Broadway" for injecting a vulgar
ized script of my story into re

hearsaL ,Xhe inscription, was: 'Next
time use this, it's more humane.

Meyer Levm ...Has anyone ever

called them "commersales"?... Le
Cupidon patrons are' tchtchatting

about a former beauty contestant
(for a lager firm) who acted and

danced in a way that embarras

sed many of Manhattans most

In repJy to the many inquiries re received
ceived received we wish to advise our friends
that the fire which destroyed the
Central Theater, spared completely
our Store. We are open for business
as usual.

mercuno
Jewellers

Billionaire J. Paul Getty's right righthander
hander righthander (Jack Forrester) is smit

ten with kitten Maggie Nolan,
colyumiss for the Trib's Paree e e-dition.
dition. e-dition. Jack, a former hoofer, re reportedly
portedly reportedly made more than a million
with Getty in '56...Maggie may
wed him. ..Columbia U. students
are saying Pat Boont. the star,
is not baek there because of his
"failing average'VMarlon's one onetime
time onetime bride-to-be (Jo.iane Maria-na-Berenger)
is,ii?ow the adored
of j'smger Andre Phillip. yS a u'l
Bourne, killed by, cancer, must

nave been a very fine man, Sel

dom has the Riinyon Fund receiv

ed so many contributions in one
man's memory. Many from White

House and Dept. of State staffs,

Tip to teevee scouts: Harlem's

Mercedes Walton (scads of talent)
a current favorite in Seattle, at

lop o the Town." She s a form

er captain in the WACs...E.G. Ro Robinson
binson Robinson (touring with his B'way

nit) gets an extra $500 weekly
for expenses.

i ; After reading the letter signed "Jailbird" (Mall Box, Nov. 19)
I Just had to take a few minutes- out to say what's been on my
mind for a long time.
I Sometime ago I did not see a Stop sigh on a corner, but after
j checking at slow or moderate speed that there was no traffic
anywhere I made my turn. A few minutes later I heard a siren
I eome distance away and just the sound of one of those things
'i makes me nervous. My first thought when I realized this siren
'was getting closer was that I was in the way and maybe sorae sorae-j
j sorae-j one was being rushed to the hospitaL Jf I had bad wings, up
-1 would have fcone but luckily i finally spotted a wide spot On
:: the street and got over. All this happened in seconds.
' Well, the next things I know this policeman stopped his ear
la back ef mine and got out. I couldn't imagine what he want want-!
! want-! e4- That's when I found out about the slen I didn't see.

I Was X embarrassed when I realized he had been chasing me I
J down this busy street as if I had Just robbed the National City

t '. Thi officer wa not rude in his manner of speaking to me,
. ut I've always felt that there must have teen a better way of
j attracting my attention.
t I sincerely hope that sals practice has stopped bv now be

cause believe me I was el '-took up" by this experience which

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NEW YORK (UP) Dr. David

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cently recently opened. 7,400-foot, 100 mil-

Iron dollar Mackinac suspension
bridge in Michigan, said Monday
he has teen awarded a 50 million
dollar contract to design a bridge
aeross the Bosporus at Istanbul,
Turkey.

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Ginger Rogers deserted the tour

ing troupe of "Sells Are Ringing"

to star at tne Kiviera in Hvana.
They seek a name star. How a a-bout
bout a-bout Carol Channing, Lisa Kirk,
Nanette Fabray, Celeste Holm
The buzz says Dorothy Dindridge
or perhaps You?... Marilyn Monroe
and Suzy Parker now tepee in
the same edifice at 444 E. 57th...
The buzz says Dorothy Dandridge
will get the role of Bess in "Porgy
and Bess." We hear Lena Home's
understudy in "Jamaica (Ethyl
Ayler) has director Mamoulian
very impressed...Lte Becker, the
tomboy in "West Side Story," is
reported legally sep'd from her
Israeli husband. .Lena Home's ad admirers
mirers admirers sent 89 bokays...Author
Jack Neff dines Jeanne LaMar LaMar-che
che LaMar-che at Goston's. Pres. Harding was
her great grand-unc. .Concert pia

nist Vera Francheschi and Meto Meto-pera
pera Meto-pera -tenor Daniel Barioni were
wedlocked.. .The Big Street's new newest
est newest stripper calls herself K i m
Hither.

Cartoonist Cholly Addams' lat

est thrill is ex-Powers model Pat
Rice, his upstairs neighbor.. .Vir .Virginia
ginia .Virginia Barnes, dghtr of tie former
Trih dramatic critic. has the
sparkier from Maurice Hyder, wose
pater is a banker.:.Arthur Penn
(director Of Fonda's upcoming

play, 'Two for ,tse seesaw") and

us wile (actress feegy Maurer)
are parenticipating. About Dec.

lst...The Latin Quarter's Barbara
Hunt gets those bokays from the
prexy of Ideal Dolls.. .A recording
titled "Sputnik" nit the platter
shops, this week waved by the

Cave Dwellers (Hallooooo, down
there)....It's a little pebble for

the Robert Stones, He's an ABC ABC-TVeep...The
TVeep...The ABC-TVeep...The briefly reconciled Jed

Harrises (producer of "Operation
Mad Ball") ended it permanently.
. Pat Conwav. hero of -'Tonbstone

(territory,' the new televestern se

ries, went that-a-way with actress
Pamela Duncan, leading lady of
last week's "Wtnchell File." They
go to the hitching post next Spring
Van Cleef and Arpels' jewel model
Diane Dubel and the Peruvian

Ambassador's son are beep-beep-

ing...Metropera lead v baritone
Theodior Uppmaa Is the groom of
Jean Seward, descendent of Wm.
Seward, a Lincoln Cabinet membe

Booze report: Over JT.,700 illegal
still were seized hy ted. agents
last year... Terry Moore swims .in
the nude in "Peyton Place" but
Diane Varsi gets the billing. Jack
Webh and Jackie Joughery (ex (ex-Miss
Miss (ex-Miss United States i yawned it
away.. .How do the Soviets expect
to send a man to the moon when I

Clare and her TimeLife-Fortune

publisher husband, Henry Luce

were entertained by State Depart

ment protocol chief Wiley Bucha

nan. who married the uow Che

mical fortune' and became Ike'

recent Ambassador to Luxemburg

Mrs: Edsel Ford, for whose late

husband the new "Edsel" .was

named, featured white fox furs,

Also paying tribute to the Inter

national horse race were L i

Whitney Lunn, whose ex-husband

is now Ambassador to the Court

of St. James; Bill Rogers, the ap-

per new Attorney General: Mrs

Stanley Rumbaugh. the beautiful
General Foods ruby adorned

heiress: Mrs. Bob Guggenheim

Whose husband, benefits from one
of the biggest copper empires m

toe world; and Lord Howard de
Weldon, resident of the British

Jockey Club. ;

BEHIND THE RACETRACK

Proceeds from their $30-a-plate

dinner went to the Children's con

valescent, Hospital a worthy cau

And probably few of those present
fully realized that the backstage

organizer of the social gutter was
John D. Schapiro, also bent on

promoting his Laurel Racetrack.

And probably not one in that

gala, group knew that that track

was built from the profit of Scrap

iron sold to Japan which subse

quently dealt death- to American

troops all the way from Guadal-

cauai to; we uif oit;wytevp

During -tne .Hoover, admuustr a

tionvif the: JSchapiro iScrap e 1 r.o a

frirn contracted vtoihbuya fleet

of world war I government ves

seis. ..i :f-vf-:A r

When Roosevelt came into of

fice, his Secretary of Commerce,
Dan Roper, contended the

ships might be heeded for nation

al emergency and stopped the sale.

The Schapiros brought pressure,

charged tne Koosevelt administra

tion with fraud, misrepresenta misrepresentation,
tion, misrepresentation, and deceit.

Thirty-four ships had already

been delivered. With the menace

of Hitler rising in Europe the
the Japanese ; war lords already
overrunning China, Roosevelt held

out 44 of the remaining ships, fi

nally let tne protesting schapiros
have 42 more.

Unsatisfied, the Schapiros had
legislation introduced to per permit
mit permit compensation to them for
the 44 ships which they wore
not permitted to sell the navy
yards-and munitions plants of
Japanese.
It was profits from this that

built the Laurel Racetrack.

To dance it its honor Lord de

Weldon flew from London, while

the socially elite of Washington,

Detroit and New York gather

ed to display' their 'glitterln

gems as sputniks v guttered
me skies.;,
KREMLIN TIMITAtW

The Kremlin timetable for ." th

Near East seems to be movine at

the same schedule this writer ret

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ported wnen m that area twi

months ago.- '.:' .'

The timetable Calls for for

move into Jordan within tare

months: not by war. but : bv itJ

menting trouble through, i Syrias

ana Egyptian agents, the overt
throw of young King Hussein: thi

joining oi syria ana Egypt throutl

joraan: and. tnree months later

a similar political move on, 'the

oil of Saudi Arabia.-

Mobs in Damscus are alreadV

calling ior tne assassination i o:

King Hussein: while the Cairo ra

dio is inciting Jordaninas to re

volt. . m r.'wi

Above the young King's desk

when I interviewed him in Am
man, was the picture of his grand

father, King Abdullah, who had

met secretly on two occasions wittf

juts. Golda Meir, now Foreign Mi

mster ot Israel.

Mrs. Meir had crossed into Jorf

danina Jerusalem, disguised as ad

Arab woman, to discuss peace bel

tween Jordan and Israel. Anti-

Israel Arabs, learning that Kind

Abdullah wanted peace, shot him
as he prayed in the Mosque on

Omar in Old Jerusalem;

This gives some inlking ol

what the young King is uo a

gainst if he tries, to make peace!

with Israel, or even if he remains

friendly to the United States and

England.

Palestinian r.jfugees haveben
purposely prevented from reset resettling
tling resettling In other areas so they
will remain a volatile political
mob, ready to revolt against a
ny government working for
peace.'-

These are the political tactics

tne Kremlin is now using.

It is also using the biggest

trump card of all the psychologi psychological
cal psychological victory of Sputnik and the
ICBM; '. ,:-J:y

These are why the Eisenhower

Doctrine, nce considered! : big
stick, is now like shaking a twig

in the Near East. v ;

It's also why the United States

will find it almos impossible .to

stop the Russian timetable wit-

out war. 1

Long before written hlst6rv

began.- man had invented
gambling games in which dice

were used. .Sixsided cubes of

ivory, b6ne, wood or metal

have been found in the an

cient tombs of Egypt. India

and the Far East. They were'

common in the earliest days
of Greece and Rome.v North Northern
ern Northern barbarians sometimes

used them to gamble away
their liberty. The dice used

today are very similar to
those used in ancient times,
although the markings and
size are different.

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Asian Flu Deaths
Now 60 In Tokyo
TOKYO, Nov. 21 !(UP) Fourteen
children died of Asian flu in Tokyo
yesterday, bringing the city's to total
tal total death toll in the current epi epidemic
demic epidemic to 60, welfare officials re reported
ported reported today.-
Green In Lisbon
LISBON, Nov. 21 (UP) Sen,
Theodore F. Green (D-R I), chair chairman
man chairman of the Senate Foreisn Rela Relations
tions Relations Committee, arrived here to today
day today from London for a four. day
visit to Portugal.
Film On Panama To Be Exhibited
At "Bella Vista
On the tame program as the picture "3:10 to Yuma, s
travel short on Panama will be shown at tbe Teatro Bella Vista ',
today through Monday.
"El Pintoresco Panama," a travel short made for Colombia
Pictures through the cooperation of Burke Dowllng Adami
which handles the Republic of Panama's tourist advertising wai
filmed, here last year by C. B. Foster. .t.; t
Scenes of Carnival, the Tamborito, the El Panama Hilton
the University of Panama, the new Legislative Building, th
President Remon racetrack, and the San Bias Islands are
Included in "Panama Playground," which is being distributed
by Columbia Pictures all over the world.i
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iWw lirenae nlate 'number of 21. It turned out tO'be tnat oi wauer u bio

MRS. T

uSBecttoiiofflc. m the Civil Affairs Building.

which will Ret the Canal

an employe of the In-

The drawing took place; yesterday morning m me

OW: E-POTTER W Rogello ATosemena, president of the
.Comite Prance-Amerlque, place a wrea th;t the loot (of the
bust of Ferdinand De Lesseps which Is located In the rotun rotunda
da rotunda of the Administration Building at Balboa Heights. The
ceremony followed a formal call on the Governor by Lionel
Vasse. French ambassador to Panama and menibe" of the
Oomlte-France-Amerlque-in the Governor's' Office in observ observance
ance observance of theWth of De Lesseps. At that time Vasse present present-e?
e? present-e? Potter tad Lt. Gov.. Hugh Arnold with sUver medals
commemorating the sesquicentennial of De Lesseps' birth. .A
bronfce medal was given Paul. M. Runnestrand, Executive
. Secretary.

Colon Musicians
Union To Observe
St Cecilia Day
The Musicians Union of Colon
will. observe St. Cecilia's Day to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow with a series of activities
which will be highlighted by a
floor show and dance, featuring
four orchestras, at the Colon Are-
The festivities wi'l get under underway
way underway at 5 .m. with serenade by
the Concordia Band. A mass,
with singing by the Abel Bravo
College Choir, will be held at 5
p.nn in the- Immaculate Concep Conception
tion Conception Cathedral, followed by a pa parade
rade parade at 5:30. p.m.
All of the city's orchestras, stu student
dent student drum land bugle corps, lo
cal authorities, musicians and oth others
ers others will participate in the oarade.
The dance, and floor show,
which Is scheduled for 7:30 p.m.,
will be preceeded by a jreception
for visiting musicians from Pana Panama
ma Panama City apd the Canal Zone.
TEMPO OF LIVING
CHICAGO (UP) Teachers at
the National College of Education
are up ih the air. They're taking
flying, lessons under the school's
air-age training program.

Longtime Isthmian
Col. Hunl Buried

In Arlington, Va.

Word has been received here
of the death in St. Petersburg,
Fla.. on Nov. 9 of retired Army

Col. William P. Hunt, a longtime
resident of the Canal Zone. His

age was 65.
He was buried in Arlington

Cemetery, Washington, following

a requiem mass In St. Peters
burg.

A Corps of Engineer officer,

Col. Hunt had been active in
the construction of airfields and

roads in the Panama area for

some ,two decade before his re
tirement 10 years ago.

He was borrf in Ireland and
came to the United States In
1911.' He first arrived on the
Isthmus as first lieutenant of

artillery during World War I.

He Is survived by his wife, the

former Jessie Sttlson or Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, a son, three daughters and
several brother and sisters.

Walden To Be Ordained Deacon
At St. Lufe's Catedral On Saturday

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Bishop R. H. Gooden announces, Cathedral and the sermon for' the

that Samuel Walden will be or-occasion wu. ue piwcucu u,
dained Deacon in "the Cathedral 'Kev. John bpaulmng ot ttainbow
o St. Luke, Ancon, on Saturday ,ti(y. )Uier clergy of the diocese

at 9 a.m. The public is invited. wiu aiso iane yan m we

The Ordinand will be presented!, yvaiaen is a nauve ui i.auua-

by Dean M. J. Peterson of the sure, England, ana was euucaieu

Manchester. He became a print printer,
er, printer, before entering ou a course of
theological studies at Richmond
college of the University ol Lon London
don London in preparation lor the Minis Ministry
try Ministry in the Methodist Church. Aft After
er After serving as Methodist minister
tor eight years in. London and ih
several mining areas of England,
Waiden volunteered for overseas
service and was sent to Jamaica
la 1951.

Hilton Hole) Ads
In UJ Magazines

Feature Panama

On joining the Hilton Hotels

chain, El Panama Hilton became

a sharer In the benefits or tne
$6,000,000 advertising appropria appropriation
tion appropriation which the corporation
spends annually.
The back cover of "Time Mag Magazine"
azine" Magazine" in the United States, edi

tion on Nov. 3, showed a four

color advertisement of the Pan.
ama hotel, while the Latin Amer

lean and European editions.

showed the. same advertisement

on the tirst inside cover;

w "Vlslon"jnfNOvember'fi

"Life Magazine" In a tOftti tOftti-coming
coming tOftti-coming Issue will publish a full
page advertisement of the five
hotels presently in the Hilton
International Corporation. The

same advertisement win appear

also in other important maga

zines. '

In all Hllton-Statler hotels in

the United States for two entire
weeks. In February, El Panama

Hilton matches will be given tr

euests. and tent cards adverts -J

ing the Panama Hotel will b former

In 1954 he came to the Isthmus
and was in charge of Trinity
Methodist Church, Colon. In 1956

he became superintendent of the
wbrk of the British Methodist

Church in this area.
At the close of his tour of duty
last February, Walden presented
himself to Bishop Gooden as pos postulant
tulant postulant and then candidate for Ho

ly Orders in the E.p i s;c of pa f

England with his family, on fur

lough and returned to the Isth

mus in July to continue his prep preparation
aration preparation for the ministry in the E E-piscopal
piscopal E-piscopal Church under the direc direction
tion direction of Dr. John H. Townsend.
since returning, he has been re residing
siding residing in the rectory of St. Pe Peter's
ter's Peter's Church, La Boca, and has
been assisting Bishop Gooden in
various aspects of ths work of

he Episcopal Church.
Walden is married and has
hree children. His wife if the

Dorothy Simms of Mao-

Sidney lizard of New Orleans

and Dr. "John Fisher or Dallas
won both the Men's Pairs and
the Open Pairs at the Texas Re Regional.
gional. Regional. Today's hand shows Sid Sidney
ney Sidney on defense.
He decided to open a trump.
It seemed most unlikely from
the bidding that this lead could
ocst him a trlcK and any other
opening v had elements of dan danger.
ger. danger. East won with the ace and
promptly returned the deuce of
hearts. South played the king.

Sidney won With the ace and re

turned the jacK.

Naturally, South won mat

trick with the queen. His next
play was to layvdown the king of
clubs. Then the six of diamonds

was placed on the table and lt

was up to Slaney 10 come
through wiyi the winning p!ay.

An unthinking piayer migm

well have ducked that diamond

lead but not Sidney. He took a
little time to count the hand.

John's deuce of hearts lead had

shown four so that declarer was

marked with three cards in tnat

suit. It seemed most likely tnat
he held at least seven spades so

that left only three cards Tor
the minor suits. The club king
hai already shown up so he
could not hold rrore than two
diamonds.
If he held exactly two dia diamonds,
monds, diamonds, and the other one was
the king lt was necessary to play
the ace to block him out of
dummy. Sidney did play the ace
and eventually declarer had to
lose his six of hearts and go
down one trick.
I asked Sidney what he wou'd
have, done if. South had J?l?fyed
tbe king instead of a 7oy dia diamond.
mond. diamond. He replied that he had
made up his mind to ptey dc dc-claier.
claier. dc-claier. for seven spadfs, three
hearts, two diamonds and a club
and therefore would have let
the king of diamonds h dd find

shut declarer out oi dummy
thai way.

used in these hotels. 'hester, England.

Since the Hilton-Statler hotels

cater to 50,000 guests per. day, wawen s nrst assignment alter
the publicity that EI Panama, ordination will be to serve as as as-Hllton
Hllton as-Hllton and the Republic of Pan-sistant at the Cathedral of St.

ma will receive is tremendous. t,uKe.

WHEAT TO POLAND
WARSAW, Poland (UP) More
than 280,000 tons of American
wheat have arrived in Poland
since July 23 under the Polish Polish-American
American Polish-American economic agreement,

t'je Polish News Agency said to

day. The agency also said that

9,800 .tons of soya beans, 96,000
bales of cotton and 15,000 tons of

fats had arrived frorri the United

States.

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out the States for his courage and feats
of bravery. After the wreck of U. 5. S.
Squalus, when he risked his life to save
18 members of the crew, President
Roosevelt presented him with the Con Congressional
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distinction awarded for acts of bravery.

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and saltwater. I cannot exactly tell how many timet
in these 10 years I have taken the wmtch under water,
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checked twice.
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"with Surprise parti given by section
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a&'isa and proceeded to
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iff "SSflt. Cdr. and Mr, T. J,, Emmett.

6ov. Afid Mr. Potter
Will Attend Optning
Of Tivoli Patio
s Gov. and Mrs. Potter will at attend
tend attend the opening of the new TV
yoli Patio at The Tivoli from 4 30
to 5:30 Sunday afternoon Mrs.
Potter will cut the ribbon leading
from 'the dining room to the ra ratio
tio ratio and join with guests in inspect inspecting
ing inspecting the recently completed Patio

THIS WEEKEND...

forget
your
mother-in-law

where there will be music and
refreshments. The Canal Zone
community is invited. The back
yard of the tivoli has been trans transformed
formed transformed into an attractive area
decorated with profuse plantings
of both local and exotic shrub shrubbery.
bery. shrubbery. The central motif of the a a-roa
roa a-roa is the gigantic and gnarled
corotu tree which has been en enclosed
closed enclosed at the base by a masonry
walled-seat which forms a big
flower pot around which has been
planted a circular bank of such
foliage plans as philodendron,
monstoro, and rhoeo.
(On Sunday evening, following the
open house, "The Tivoli will have
its first special Sunday evening
buffet).
US Ambassador
Will Entertain
Congressional Group
The Ambassador of the United
States of America, Julian Fiske
Harrington, will give a luncheon
tomorrow at the Embassy resi residence
dence residence on La Cresta in honor of
the visiting Congressional group
headed by Rep. Fred Marshall of
Minnesota.

ReD. and Mrs. David h.

of Ohio came by ship.

Mrs. Moseatl
Ft ted At Lunch
Mrs. Ricardo Moscati, wife of
the Ambassador of Italy in Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, was the guest ot honor at a
luncheon given by a group of her
iriends at the Union Club yester.
day afternoon. Ambassador a n a
Mrs. Moscati are leaving early
next month lor Rome.

Wallaces Announce
Daughter's Birth
Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Wal Wallace
lace Wallace of corozal announce the
birth of a daughter this morning
at Gorgas Hospital.
The little girl will be named
Deane Alison.

KODAK PANAMA, LTD.
PANAMA COLON

Congressmen
Arrive From States
Rep. Fred Marshall of Minneso Minnesota,
ta, Minnesota, Chairman of the House Appro Appropriations
priations Appropriations Committee arrived today
by plane from the United States.
Rep. Carl Anderson of Minneso Minnesota,
ta, Minnesota, Rep. Ben Jensen of Iowa and

WE APOLOGIZE
By mistake it was rVoucefdtat? we would open
our store from now till CHRISTMAS until 9:00
p.m. The new 8tore hours will go into effect on
DECEMBER 5th.
MORRISON'S

Doctors Wives
Will Hold Luncheon
At Albrook
The Doctors' Wives' Club will
give a luncheon at albrook Offi Officers
cers Officers Club next Wednesday at

12:30 p.m.

Mrs. Frank bpann will be in

charge of the luncheon.

VISIT OUR AIR-0NDITI0NED BOOK DEPT.

Mrs. Morcedes Smith
Gives Interesting

T.Ik At TiVoll

A most interesting and informa

tive talk on native Panamanian
roots, herbs, fruits and vegetables

was giyn Dy Mrs. Mercedes a a-legre
legre a-legre Smith at the regular month monthly
ly monthly luncheon of the Naval Officers
Wives Club, which was held last
Tuesday in the ballroom of t h e
Tivoli Guest-house.
In describing yam, breadfruit,
otoe, chayote, yuca and many oth other
er other vegetables and fruits, she illus illustrated
trated illustrated her talk with real foods
which she cut and pared, show showing
ing showing the proper method of hand handling
ling handling each, and then suggested
ways to prepare them for the ta

ble. Mrs. Smith's receipes appear

in newspapers both m Panama
and the United States.

Mrs. T. F. Ryan, the club's
new president, introduced her
committee chairmen at the first

business meeting of her term.

She also welcomed two new

members Mrs. R. T. French
and Mrs. C. E. Daughity.
Farewells were said to Mrs. G.
W. Taylor, Mrs. F. E. Scott, and
Mrs. J. M. Park, all of whom
will be leaving the Isthmus soon.

Mrs. F. G. Blouin brought her
houseguest, Mrs. Iyone Banke of
Long Beach, California. Mrs. Carl

Mott had as her guest Mrs. C. D.
Shead. And Mrs. S. B. Purdie in invited
vited invited Mrs. S. R. Davidson, Mrs.

Lolita Munoz de Vela"!"1?, and

Mrs. Angels Boyd de Mufioz.
Beautiful mahonagy trays laden

with tropical fruits and vegetables
which were arranged by the

luncheon chairman, Mrs. Purdie
were centerpieces for the table
These later were won as door

prizes by Mrs. R. W. Wallace,

Mrs. H. R. Mitchell and Mrs. S
E.Taylor,;

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CHILDREN'S WAITING ROOM A newly-decorated chil children's
dren's children's waiting room was opened last week at the Albrook
AFB Dispensary. The room was done as a Project by the Al Albrook
brook Albrook Officers' Wives Club. Above, Millie Rice and Lucy Al Allen,
len, Allen, member of the decoration committee observe the room's
first three customers Norma San Miguel and Terry and
Bruce Nordquist. (Official USAF Photo)

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Girls Can Still Hope For
One-ln-A-Millon Husband

HE'S an unusual husband if I
He can mix a drink for guests
without calling his wife to the
kitchen because he can't find a
botlle opener or the right glass-
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He wipes off the kitchen counter
after making himself a midnight
snack.
He knows when the lawn needs
mowing or when the storm win windows
dows windows should be put up without be being
ing being reminded by his wife. And he
does the job right now.
He never forgets birthdays or
anniversaries and pays enough at attention
tention attention to his wife's hints that he
always gets her "just what she
wanted."
He gets up and If he likes sl sl-ipnee
ipnee sl-ipnee and the moraine uaner with

his breakfast instead of small

talk. cooksfor himself. If his wife

nets breakfast he either talks to

her or offers her a page of the
paper.
LET HER DO THE DRIVING
HE can ride with his wife with without
out without telling her how to dirve.
Instead of going to bed after

the guests have left, the pitches
in and helps his wife straighten

up the living room ana get me
dishes washed.
He looks in the icebox before
urging unexpected guests to stay
for a meal.
He never asks innocently "What
is this?" when his wife is trying
a fancy dish on guests.
"He never says to his hostess,
"I wish you'd teach my wife how
to make this."
Does he sound too good to .be
true? He is.

laeh notice for Inclusion In this
column should bt tubmifUf" ( m
typs-wrillon iorm n4 inalloate
the boa numbo' ? ,0T
li nd pibowiio," or 4ollvoro4
Imi4 the office. Notieos of
mtttlnfa i cannot bo actapUd by
telrphono. v.

Amorlean Legion
Auxiliary
American Legion Auxiliary El Elbert
bert Elbert S. Wald union No. 2 will
hold its regular meeting on Tues
day NoVi 2 at 7:30 p.m. at .the
American Legion Hall In Old
Cristobal. .'

President v Margaret acnuoert

will take the chair.

Baraea Class
Meeta Tonight .,

The Baraca pnuatnea mme

Class of the Balboa union
Church will meet this evehing at
7:30 at the home of Mr. and Mn,
Joseph a. Wertz, 528-A, Curundu
Heights. There will be 'an elec election
tion election of officers. All member are
reminded of this meeting.

BAND TO TOUR U.S.
VIENNA (UP)-Austria's fam

ous "Deutschmeister brass oand

will leave next January for a four four-month
month four-month tour of the United States,
it was disclosed today. The band
wilt appear with other Austrian en

sembles on television and in 90

cities in 31 states under the title

Vienna on Parade."

COLLEGE GRADS EARN MORE
MIAMI BEACH (UP)-Paul
Gurske, director of the Bureau of
Labor Standards of the U.S. De Department
partment Department of Labor, told the Flori Florida
da Florida Federation of Labor convention
Moadayn that the1 average college
graduate earns a total of $268,000
in his lifetime. Gurske said bu bureau
reau bureau statistics showed the college
graduate's lifetime earnings aver average
age average $113,000 more than those of a
high school graduate and $152,000
more than those of a grade -school
raduate, i

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she became a member of Albrook's New Brownie Troop No, 20.
Pins were presented to members of the organization recently
i by Mrs. Elizabeth Aumer, leader, at the Albrook Scout house.
Jacqueline's expression typifies the pride the new member
have in their unit. (Off icial USAF Photo)

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London Prostitutes
College Educated
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LONDON, NoV. 21 (UP)-A Brit British
ish British social worker said today that
nurses, university graduates and
housewives were working as part part-time
time part-time prostitutes on London streets
to supplement their incomes.
Nearly, half the 10,000 prosti prostitutes
tutes prostitutes in London's West End were
part-timers, the social .worker
said. Making the report was Mrs.
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LimWaiI -(a- Ik wncrnmnt last

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Uved "rknTheonTmeeting with niHg,;Nov,;26(. UrUje basement 01

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Communion in a group i uic i.w

Mass, 5unaay, uec. a.

Egypt Gets First

U$ Aid Payment

Suez Siezure

atttran Mn MnrnlPl PXDlainCa

E hobby of maKing aou ciouien
id had Theif collection oh display
r the members.

Guests Introduced were:) m e i i-ames
ames i-ames John Tanner Liiisa Entu Entu-a
a Entu-a Cotita Baker, Carlos Morales,

iroold Freedman, Luia izquieraa
nd Cecilia Leyva. .
New members who were mtro mtro-iuced'
iuced' mtro-iuced' and welcomed into r the
Inh Mrs John Smith,

Lfr Kenneth Buknwski. Mrs. Lee

Douglas, Mrs. Abraham Gomet,

urs. L. u. snieias ana ..
on tesovsky. ' '.'
I n,. ru r.i who is leaving

he Isthmus was presented with
i ffninir a wiiv sift of hand -em

broidered guest towels. ;r

ine VlUD 18 planning 1 wjc
o help house the children at the
rrnhnnoe Mrs. Eladio

Burgos ', was elected to serve on

he fioara to nu a vacancy.

Hostesses for the afternoon were

Mrs. James Hull,,. Mrs. wiuis

ankle and Mrs. wuiiam nusseu.

VtUntie Sid
4.1.1... Uflnnsr

Winners of" the regular weekly
iridge games played on Monday
ivening at the Margarita Service
:enter were as follows: first,
Mrs.' Dorothy Sanders with Mr.
Julius Loeb; second, Mr. and
firs. E. W. Millspaugh; third
lac was tied by Mrs. Julius
juoeb and Mrs. Hayden Jones
with Mrs. George Tully and Mr.
Augusto Kam; fourth Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Dorow and fifth, Mrs.
ItennHniW with Mr E. NOftOn.

All players are reminded to be at
the Service Center next Monday

1 M mm m Milfl IV Fw nein

preceding the games to honor one

States.

I free D.inee
At VFW Post
Saturday Night

A tree dance wiu oe neia

this

lit the Veterans of Foreign Wars

iPOSt 3835 UI U0C011

aoo? m vuiuu. United aiaies in
Music for dancing will be fur- states pledged to contribute
iUhA tiv lnnHriHirpK Drrhestra. tin j.n.r nunp a 10-1

llished by Goodridges Orchestra,

Eve Eisenmanii
Feted On Birthday
Mr Molvin Mavnr of New Ro-

lihelle, New York, who is visiting
I Panama, entertained with a din-

leri party, in tne Heua vista sa-

pn of the Hotel Panama Hilton
kst night. V

Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ird Eisenmann, their son. Ricky
nd their daughter Eve. The oc oc-asion
asion oc-asion was -the celebration, ; of
Eve's Hfteentlf-birthday

Carish Supper
111 la Held
At Albroelr

All Catholic adults of Albrook

LFB are invited to a parish supt

ter to oe neidvin tne chapel Da sen

fk'n'ri 91 TTP The U.S.

embassy here announced release
nf a $600,000 aid payment to

tnAmv at the same time

that Egyptian War Minister Abdel

Hakim Amer reiurnea uum w w-with.
with. w-with. Russia's promise ot

economic help.

The grant was me
American aid to Egypt, since

n...M.nt n.mal Abdel Nasser

seized the Suez Canal last year.

It indicated a sonenms w
American position, possibly in a
xmmter ernwine Soviet

economic influence on the Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian economy. ix! ...

There was no inaicauon wwi

.. rwnn nan mane a

specific offer to back up Premier
Nicolai Bulganin's promise to

Amer in a sareweii pccv.u
nirl,Vrn newsnaners headlined the

promise today. They did not say
whether it indicated a new eco-

nomK aeai 1 rj

w.tern observers noicu

financial advisers on his, trip to
attend the 40th anniversary
S.tinn of the Bolshevik

revolution.

Nasser was reponea iu

preceding uie ksiucs iu uuuui um. jasscr w --Ut
Ut --Ut momhora whn will onn hp iMaA nrevinils Soviet OfterS 01

If .tr kr hnm in the ... oiH Rut he said in a

,c: us "- m wn.llrt not

recent interview iiiav
hesitate to take "the same steps
as Syria, which recently con con-cluded
cluded con-cluded an elaborate economic

A. ...i-K IN, ,II11U11.

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WASHINGTON, Nov. 21 (UP)-
The woman who wrote the first

draft of the recent U.S. govern government
ment government rennrt on Soviet education

complained' today that the final

version was marred by suppres suppression,
sion, suppression, inaccuracy and distortion."
The author, Mrs. Eleanor Low Low-man
man Low-man 9Q a sDecialist on Russian

education, protested to Secretary

Marion B. I Oisom 01 tne neaim,
Education and Welfare Depart Department
ment Department alaout what she regarded as

a crude eaumi; joo vu ci

manuscript,
ch. airf che wax rirawinff atten-

Kion to changes and deletions

because she wanted government
i 1 1 iUa

agencies ana stnuiais wu
report to know .it contained errors
and distortions.
tk w.naw renort. entitled

"Education In The USSR," was
issued Nov. W. It showed that

RUSSian Siuaems rei.eive cmci
and more intensive training in
mathematics and science, than

U.S. students. It also said tne

Russian governnment uses edu education
cation education to promote "Soviet

objectives." 1

a .AnVo.m on fnr the education

officii said Mrs. Lowman's draft

manuscript was "reviewed ana
out! all v revived for the pur-

auvaiRHiiHuj ,
pose of improving it from tne

point of view oi cianty, atcuiatj
and objectivity."
Tt..t 1.m mm'rA there was 4nO

suppression or withholding of sig significant,
nificant, significant, accurate and objective
information."

Mrs. Xjowman saio sne was
frnm the rienartment Dav-

'
roU on July 31, 1956, after com completing
pleting completing her work on the report.
She said she was told the depart

ment Was reducing US nummi vi
employes.
Mrs. Lowman, a graduate of
the Russriant studies program of

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1 A RAT -Mnrnopn Nv 91 f TTP

President Eisenhower told King
Mohammed V in a message todav

that the Moroccan monarch's visit
(o the United States next week

would be "a very truly historic
event."
The Vine- received a telegram

from the U.S. President congratu congratulating
lating congratulating him n the 30th anniversary
of his succession to the Moroccan

throne.

Central European

Command Wanted

By

F BONN, flrWmanyNwiailJP)

The West vierman .ueienae
. ..m tnilav tentative nlans

13 LI V a ti i vi i.v.' j
h,A heen made for a unified air

defense command within the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization tnili-

plan would be discussed at the
Paris NATO meeting next month.
Defense experts in faith West Ger Germany
many Germany and France were sard to
feel that coordination among
NATO members in air defense was
not enough and that a Central Eu European
ropean European command must be set up to
defend Central Europe.

Soviet Visit
v An Arm Pakistan. Nov. 21

(UP) A 10-member delegation of

Russia's Supreme soviet wiu mane
a 10-day visit here next month at
nf the Pakistani eov-

ernment, it was announced today.

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Stanford University, previously
worked for the Stale Department
and National Science Foundation.
She said the final report deleted
information, particularly wanted
by the National Science Founda Foundation
tion Foundation on reonirert courses lor

Soviet students. Her draft showed
that "a Soviet student with five
years of higher education has
studied more mathematics than a
student who holds a doctorate in
mathematics here."

LIZ MAKES GIFT
LONDON (UP)-Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth has made a gift of the first
chalice and paten ever used at
Communion services in America to
St. George's Church at Gravesend,
it was announced today. The queen
received the chalice and paten at
Jamestown, Va., during her recent
state visit -to the United States.
St. George's Church is the burial
place of Pocahontas, the Indian
princess credited with saving the
lives of many early settlers in
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HOLLYWOOD (UP) Jittery

Television censors Tuesday night
ordered a last-minute remodeling
of a $6,000, flesh-colored chiffon

dress blonde Zsa Zsa Gabor had
planned to wear on George
Gobel's coast-to-coast program.

The Jiery Zsa Zsa objected but
submitted as busy seamstresses

sewed a hip-to-toe split so that
it was a discreet knee to toe
opening and added a ruffle to de-

emphasize the actress' decol-

letage.

"It is a beautiful gown, "Zsa

Zsa pounted in the wings of the

NBC television stage. I think it s
a very lady-like gown and it's

just perfect for a television

appearance.

Censor John Bushnell didn't
agree. He took one look in an

on-camera test before going on
the air and decided that the near-to-nothing
gown with Zsa Zsa in
it was too much for the nation's

living rooms.
Before the show, Bushnell said
that there are no rules about how
much or little a performer may
wear on television.
"A lot depends on how w e 1 1 1-endowed
endowed 1-endowed the girl is. And Zsa Zsa
is blessed with all the charms
any girl could hope for. I'll ha

right there to see that the dress

isn't too hot to handle.
In case Zsa Zsa decided to be
stubborn about modeling the crea creationwhich
tionwhich creationwhich she called "my thing

dress" the station planned to
switch to a deft-fingered organist

who had warmed up for a musical

emergency.

"All I can say Is that I never
got 'any complaints in Las Vegas,"

Zsa Zsa said.

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IT. COL. CLAUDE A. BABB, Albrook AFB Personnel Officer,
presents a certificate of appreciation to Mrs. Ethel Rogers of
Curundul Babb thanked Mrs. Rogers on behalf of base com commander,
mander, commander, 'Albrook personnel, dependents andj USAF Latin
American missions for the 1500 hour she has contributed
during the past two years as a Red Cross Volunteer Staff
Aide in the Albrook ARC Field Office. (Official USAF Photo)

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'Boxing Eliminations Tonight

'J Six elimination bouts for the
('Panama provincial championships
are scheduled for tonight at the

Panama Gym.

have

n I. : Ka nr! nnnro

fhcen donated by the Lt. Frank P.
JAlbrook No. 3822 V.F.W. Club.
'? There will also be a prize to be
raffled among the fans. This prize

Iwas donated by an anonymous

sporting goods establishment.
Admission prices for the con

tests are as follows: SO cents for
Vineside. 25 cenls for general ad

mission. 15 cents for ladies and

i JlO cents for children.
The program:

I Manuel Mendieta vs. Jimmy

Toussent, 105 pounds.
2 Eligio Pontiles vs. Hirmberto Hi
fjnestroza, 112 pounds.
' r . : t-: ... A .i

l,onsiaiiuiiu vs. uigci

Jaa, iia. i
1, Carlos Cantillo vs.

Ruben Dario,

iaus felipe Diciea vs.

to Herman, 135.

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Humber-

Federico "Chichombolo Marsh-

ill vs. Francisco Gutierrez, 149.

A similar six-bout card will be

field tomorrow night at the Mara Mara-jhon
jhon Mara-jhon Gym.
i tomorrow's program:
J Mario Rivas vs. Carlos C r u z,z
C
;uben Andrade vs. Felix Jime Jime-Jnez,
Jnez, Jime-Jnez, 112.
f ,oy Toyke vs. Jose Pacheco.
V.
i ose Perez vs. Ignacio Jimenez,
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v Alfredo Estrada vs. Alterto A-j-osemena,
135.
L Daniel Vanegas Vs. Carlos Cai Cai-fcedo,
fcedo, Cai-fcedo, 147.

Oddsmakers Pick Oklahoma
To Win, Notre Dame to Lose

NEW YORK (UP) The odds

makers figure Oklahoma will
bounce back into the victory col

umn Saturday and that Notre

Dame may suffer a natural let

down after snapping the Sooners'

47-game winning streak.

Consequently, Oklahoma is the

biggest favorite on this week's

card, the oddsmakers picking

tnem to Deat iMeDrasa at Lincoln.

Neb., by a whopping 27 points.

And Notre Dame was quoted a

seven-point underdog against Iowa
in a game at South Bend. Ind.

Ohio State, second in the nation

al ratings, is a three-point choice

over Michigan at Ann Arbor.

Mich.; UCLA seven over Southern
Cal. at Los Angeles, and Prince Princeton
ton Princeton seven over Dartmouth in a

game at Princeton, N.J., which

will decide the Ivy League cham championship.
pionship. championship. North Carolina State was picked
over South Carolina. Bavlor over

Southern Methodist and Missouri I over Washington State.

over Kansas, all by the margin

oi a single point.

Oregon and Oregon State at
Eugene, Ore., were quoted at even

money.

The odds on other leading

games:

East Pittsburgh six over Penn

State, and West Virginia four over

Syracuse.

Midwest Purdue 21 over In

diana; Illinois 14 over Northwest Northwestern;
ern; Northwestern; Colorado 14 over Iowa State,
and Wisconsin seven over Minne

sota.

South Clemson 19 over Wake

Forest; Maryland 12 over Vir

ginia; Duke seven over North Car Carolina;
olina; Carolina; Tennessee seven over Ken Ken-tocky,
tocky, Ken-tocky, and Georgia Tech three

over Florida.

Soothwest Arkansas 14 over

Texas Tech; Houston seven over

fulsa, and Rice three over Texas

Christian.

Far West Stanford seven over

California, and Washington three

Also After Reno Bertoia

NEW YORK, Nov. 21 (UP) Frank Lane,
Cleveland's indefatigable new general manager,
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ture picture by making the Tigers "a firm offer'" for short shortstop
stop shortstop Harvey Kuenn.

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GOLD CONVICT

"Lane no aooner arrived In St

Louis from Havana last night

when he contacted Detroit gen

eral manager Johnnv McIIale

who had Just completed a 13
nlaver deal with Kansas City.

"How about Kuenn- iane

nneneri the conversation.

"Make me an oner, repncu

McHale. "I don't sav I'll take it,

but I guarantee you I'll consider

it."

Lane told the United Press by
telephone from St. Louis that he
made an offer to McHale and

that the Detroit eeneral man

ager promised an answer "within

a few days."
While Lane did not reveal
which players he offered the
Tigers, it is known they would
like to have back first baseman
Vic Wertz, who played for
them from 1947 until 1952.
"I told McHale I thing the Ti

ters could win the pennant next

year if they got themselves an another
other another good left-handed pitcher

and a power hitter at urst Dase,

Lane said.

Then, getting back to Kuenn,
he continued:
"I'd love to have Kuenn at
Cleveland. We'd play him at
third base. And if Al Rosen came
back, Kuenn would play short short-ston.
ston. short-ston. What about Chico carras-

quel? Well, I'd say that all de-

nend on carrasciuei.

Lane disclosed he is scheduled
to confer with Rosen this Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and there is a growing
feeling that Rosen might decide
to return to the Indians next
season after a year's idleness.

If Lane Is unable to ODiam

wimnn from the Tieerg. ne is

quite likely to try to get Detroit

third baseman Keno oeriuia.

1 think Bertoia Is going 10 oe

one whale of ball player some

day," he said. "Freddie Hutchin Hutchinson
son Hutchinson had him when he managed
the Tigers and ha Is very high
on him, too."
Detroit never has had a Ne Negro
gro Negro ball player but if present
negotiations with the Indians
continue there is a chance the
Tigers might wind up with
outfielder third baseman Al
Smith.

"I know the Tigers would like

to have a good established Ne

gro ball nlayer." Lane said, "and

Smith certainly fits that descrip
tion,"

The Indians' new general

manager praised McHale for the

recent deal he made with Kan
sas City.

"McHale made himself a good

deal," he said, "and I told him

so.

Before the Tigers obtained in-

flelder Billy Martin from the

Athletics, Lane said he would

like to have him lor tne inmans.

But there isn't much chance

of getting him away from tne

Tigers now," he pointed out.

Theyrre pretty nappy over get

ting him and I can't say as l

blame them.

Tebbetts Says
Big Klu Still

Can Be Great

Weekend Football Winner
Fearless Fmley's FoUies 1

By OSCAR P RALEY

NEW YORK (XVP Wr.Wc

follies and the weekend: football

"winners" and if I cnunri hun

gry let it teach

- r w w w vu

sa games.
Gam of the Week
Iowa over Notre Dame Like
a man who lust ate hio i

Notre Dam may have a let down

arxer mat Oklahoma feast. Iowa
always come up higher than a
Georgia pine for this on mH tha

combination may turn the trick.

Tho Midwest
Minnesota over Wisconsin J- Tha

blueplate special.

Ohio State over Michigan Rnlr.

wheat cookies.

Illinois over Northwestern No

cream for kitty.

Purdue over Indiana Boiler-

maker Mickey Finn.
Also: Michigan State over Kan Kansas
sas Kansas State, Missouri over Kansas,
Colorado overlowaStateand Del
troit over Dayton.

The Wert

Oregon over Oreeon State On

tne nan shell.

Stanford over California Bear

steak.

Washington over Washington

State Dog biscuits.
UCLA over USC Alphabet

Ihe past and I'm sure he can bei ?f'
. oreat nlaver in the future." Ms: Mt Force over New Mexi

co, lempe over COP, and Colo Colorado
rado Colorado State over Brigham Young.

NASHUA, N.H., Nov 21. (UP)

Cincinnati Rediegs manager
Georee (Birdie) Tebbetta said

todav he believed ailing Ted

KluszewskI could be a great

player next season, with or with without
out without an operation, "if he makes
ur his mind to lt."

The fiery Cincinnati pilot had

little to say about his star urst
baseman's refusal to undergo a

back Deration for a slipped

spinal disc which threatens to

end his baseball career.

'I won't interfere with his de

cision In the matter," Tebbetts
told the United Press when con

tacted at his home here. "That's
strictly his business. But with
or without an operation he can
be a, great player for us' next
season If he will only make up
11.-. k

nis mina to it.
'However. I don't think he can

make it if he continues to carry

his present weight," the manag manager
er manager added. "It will take effort on

his part but if he makes up his

mind to play urst oase, ne can
do it.
"Of course none of us actually

knows just how he feels," Teb Tebbetts
betts Tebbetts said. "But I think he can
play and do a wonderful job

if he only makes up his mma.

He has been a great player in

a great player in the future."

high over Lafayette and Vfflanova
over Wichita.
The South
Tennessee over KentnMrv ru.

lin's and gravy.

, .
Maryland over Virplnl L is,-

Duke over North Caroiini-ln

iled eggs.

Auburn over Florida Sltt..

defeated, untied and uninvifoA

gentlemen, be seated. '

Also: Clemson over WaW

est, Georeia Tech nvm FWM. ;

North Carolina State over. Sonti!

Carolina, Alabama over Mississin.

pr Southern and Vanderbilt over

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Mountain Dew
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Trans. Baxter

Balb iNr 2 Maxima 1
This was a rockem apekem
match with the runnerup Balboa
Beers having the upper hand.
The difference betwwen the two
teams has narrowed down to two
point.
The winning IBalboa Brewertttei
won the opening game by 12 pins
and the last session by 16 pins.
Not detracting from the Balboa
Beers' victory, the Sl-pin handicap
waa too much for the Maxims to
overcome In two of the three
games, only in the second game
did they come out ahead by 79
pins.
Three gals on the Balboa Ros Roster,
ter, Roster, with their handicap went o-

ver tne soo mar& jsernice kod-

ertf splits the pins for 543, Ruth

Daniel had a big 565, and B. J.

Nelson 550. However, it was one

of the Mlaxlm's Cocktail loungers
that posted the best scratch series

not only for this match but for

the league when Alice Pierce

blasted a scratch 507, plus 87 han

dicap gave her a 596.

The rest of the Maxim s dam

sel fared all right, Pat Hunter,
537, Bea Lombroia 536 and Little

Lil Gunn 512.

Glidden Paints 3 Baxters 0
The Glidden Paints, showed no

mercy on Transportea Baxters,
and rubbed them out for all three
points. This clean sweep for the
Gliddens at the expense of the

last place Baxters put them in
contention for the leadership, be

ing only three points away. It

was not that the Glidden Pamts
were hot but the unfortunate Bax

ters just could not get going.

Anita Serna produced a guality

product for her Glidden sponsor

with 541, Grace Moskowitz came

along with 506, and Marge Jacob Jacob-sun
sun Jacob-sun made her presence felt with

538. For the cellar champs Tex
Wray and Anne Simrak tried to
prevent the calamity with Anne
having 538, and Tex 525.

Ancon Bar omi z
Mountain Dew 1
The Bar Maids of the Ancon

Bar served Mountain dew at the

Diablo Center, but they served the
Mountain Dews a 2 to 1 licking.

This advantage by the Tivoli (Bar

maids kept them hi the race for
the crown.

Vi Rudy was especially rough
on the Dewdrops with her blazing
503 scratch stries, but at this
writing we do not know her net
series hscause the information was
not available to the reporter. On Only
ly Only one Mountain Dew Drop broke
the 500 barrier, when Marge
Hicks filled in a 551 net set.,
Pfaff 2 Copa 1
Pfaffs Sewing Circle had a suc successful
cessful successful session by taking the odd
point. from the! Cop Flyers.
Their was nofdill Pdallying oy
either -team when they won. They
either lost it by a big margin or
won it by decisive measure. That

way the girls helped the nervous
system.
A trio of the Pfaff sewing ma machines
chines machines made that select 500 circle,
Pearl Simme 514, Marge Rodgeri

522 and Ruth Nunes 518. Betty

Hennon and Lee Becham carried

the load for the Copa Planes. Bet

ty a 556 and Lee 509.

TheSouthwest

Baylor over SMU Whirlaway
steaks.
Rice Over TCU Sauted trntt

legs.

Arkansas over Texas Tech-

Pork chops and aDDlesauee.

Oklahoma over Nebraska Corn

on the cob.

Also: Houston over Tulsa. Mar-

quette over Arizona and Olahoma
State over Hardin Simmons.

Thn East
Princeton over Dartmouth Ti

ger tid-bits.

Pitt over Penn Stat Btewed

Panther-meat.

Yale over Harvard Lobster-

faced.

Syracuse over West Virginia

Orange-juiced,

Also: Rutgers over Columbia.

Boston U., over Connecticut, Le-

1 r

Bob Peffif Regains

Western Division
NBA Scoring Lead

Another prodigious scoring ef effort
fort effort by Bob Pettit has moved the
St. Louis Hawks back into first
Place in the Western Division of
the National Basketball Associa Association.
tion. Association. The former LSU star totaled s

points Wednesday night in leading
the Hawks to a 118-115 victory
over the New York Knickerbock Knickerbockers
ers Knickerbockers in the feature came of a dnn.

bleheader at St. Louis. The Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Royals whipped the Detroit
Pistons, 92-75, in the opener.

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tation reputation on the West Coast between
1923-26. The first time he boxed
in New York (1926) he won a big
one, flattening present day referee
Ruby Goldstein in four rounds.
From then on, it was a build-up
to a bloody title brawl with Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Walker at Los Angeles in '29

and though he lost, Ace was
"aces" with the- fight crowd for
his gallant showing.
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in Southern California and makes
his living providing horses for
cowboy movies.

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g0Z AII-Star Football Team Ballot
Keadeis are invited to vote for a 1957 AH-Star Canal Zone
fOQtball team Fill out the following ballots, and post them to
the Sports Editor. The Panama' American, Box 134, Panama. Mar
the envelope ."All-Star Team." vv v j1,, ; 1
Ballots postmarked through today wiH count.-
,r invuori t.n votn fnr the nlaver of the year.

,.VM back of the year- and .the lineman of tbe year

An memoers 01 uie iihiwub u",
tobal High Schol and Junior College squadi are eliglWe.

position .,'f5jfo''t;:?lVr?'-,il

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Voter'i signature : :-(Unsigned
(Unsigned :-(Unsigned ballots will not be counted)

Utopia may be all that the jun junior
ior junior chamber of commerce claims
for it but, even t o, Bert Sell
doesn't think it is just the place
for the president of the National
Football League to live.
So far s he has been able .to
determine Sir Thomas Moore, in
his concept uf the ideal in human
behaviorism, did not take into ac
count the universal urge to vsger
a few quid on the outcome of a

sports evert and the problems a a-rising
rising a-rising therefrom, and that's why
Utopia must wait.

Unlike most men entrusted witn
the conduct of an organized sport,
Bell does not blanch at. the men

tion of gambling, or resort to pla platitudinous
titudinous platitudinous flapdoodle, extolling the

nobility of game and gamesters.

in an attempt to discount us in inherent
herent inherent dangers. It -oad, he forth forth-rightly
rightly forth-rightly concedes a great deal of
money unquestionably is bet on
nro football each week around

the country.
Betting per se does' not concern
Bell. ."Who are we to say t
man must not bet on our
games?". '. -' n
him very' deeply Is the integrity
of the spor. and to insure to the
best of his ability that it is not
defiled, a sy em of check and
douh'e check is constantly in
force.
"These measures do net re reflect
flect reflect distrust," noted he old
Pnn quarterback with empha emphasis,
sis, emphasis, "' hay bee in$t 'led
te protect the players, and the
game officials as well, from
making a -'atir-r and fr.

quanting places which might'
load to embarrassing come come-qmnces,
qmnces, come-qmnces, if not worse."
Bell spelled out some of the
measures. For one. the leaeue

maintains the services of an FBI
trained agent in each city In

which the league it represented.
. ."The agent docs not tail the

players. His job is to keep tab on
the local hot shots. If illogical bet bet-ting
ting bet-ting trends develop, he investi investigates,
gates, investigates, reports to this office and

a take it from there.
Golf Beets a Rap
Bell also has 'Contacts in cer

tain cities where betting is known
to flourish and while no identifi identification
cation identification was forthcoming from the

NFL panjamdrum, Las Vegas ob

viously is one .f the" and most
probably Cincinnati is another.

several seasons DacK asu got

word that Las Vegas had taken

an upcoming game "off the

board." When that happens it gen

erally p' .s suh tt a fix.
In this case, it develops a minor,
sure thing L.ok had halted the ac action
tion action of one team long enough to
hala...e tht. action on the tier.
An incident which testified to the
alertness and efficiency of the
NFL network.
The men ho run the game
en the field, the officials, carry
a hevy responsibility. By their
calls they may influence the re
t tame almost as much
as the players. This certainly
would be true if It happened te
ba close game.
Here again Bell relies on FBI

trained men. Before an official isi

taken on, e Is

ed as to character,

Skin Diving
Around The Isthmus

By Sub-Mariner

association

and reputation. . ."We turned

down a very capable man a cou couple
ple couple of years ago when the report
showed he played $500 golf in
Nassau," Bell disclosed. "'By our
stnadards that made him a secur security
ity security risk."
Knows the Score
It is clear that Bell makes a
point to keep himself informed on
the over-all betting situation. .
and here again he differs refresh refreshingly
ingly refreshingly from his less realistic con contemporaries
temporaries contemporaries in other sports fields.
His observations are those of one
who has gone to the source.
On big bettors, the $10,000 to
$50,000 high fliers. ."they bet a a-mona
mona a-mona themselves.". .On the lit

tle fellows who go for $10 to $100

they make up the bulk ana

have no trouble getting down in

any city.". .On the middle

group, the $500 to ssuuu noys.

"onlv books with lay off connec

tions. .. and their number is few.

. .will always handle their ac action."
tion." action." A popular misconception about
book betting Is that It Is re restricted
stricted restricted largely te horse racing.
People who should know toll us
twice es much Is bt each year
en big league baseball. Consi Considering
dering Considering the shortness of the sea
son, the ratio it even higher on
college and pro football.
Bell's most ardent boosters, you

mav h surorised to know, are

the bookies. They Want no part of

a fix. They can get hurt tnat way.
Their percentage is sure steady
and richly nutritious. Bookies are
rarelv involved in fixes. Almost

invariably it's a smart guy outsid

er. .like that Alvm Pans, Broad Broadway
way Broadway night clubber, who tried to
bribe two Giant players to throw

the '46 championship witn the un

There will be no skin diving
club meeting's held tonight on
the Isthmus lue to the fact that
the Atlantic Skin Diving Associa Association
tion Association has invited all local clubs
ot a dinner social at Margarita,

C.Z.

This event win furnisn a
handsome opportunity for the
members of the various clubs to

become better acquainted, a
large turnout is expected from
both sides of the Isthmus fnd
ODinions heard regarding the

.relv investiRat- scial ran from "Hoorav f0r
erdy associiuon Ithe Atlantic Club" to "Let's make

such a course were available
to civilians a great deal of in interest
terest interest would be evident.

cago Bears,
the clink.

.and wound up in

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mportant

We are very sorry for the inconvenience
caused by the failure of one of our gener generators.
ators. generators. We are proceeding with all possible speed
to make the necessary repairs.
. In the meantime we are begging your
cooperation to voluntarily reduce electric
consumption. If sufficient cooperation is
received it may be possible to get through
this emergency without cutting off, power
as has been necessary the past few days.

TO COOPERATE WE ALL MUST
Between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m.
Especially befween 6:30 p.m. and 10 p.m.
Turn off air conditioning equipment.
Turn off outdoor decorative and commercial lighting.
Turn off electric water heaters.
Reduce use of electric irons to minimum.
Open your refrigerator as little as possible.
Turn off unnecessary lighting.

Use your appliances as little as possible..

We gratefully appreciate your cooperation during the Emergency,
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lit a habit!"

It's a wonaenui laea ana tne

Atlantic Skin Divers are to bn

congratulated for their efforts.
The San Bias trip which was
undertaken last week by some
of the members of the El Pan Panama
ama Panama Skin Diving Club was un unsuccessful.
successful. unsuccessful. The wind, weather,
and tough seas forced the
group to a stop at Isla Gran Grande
de Grande and it was decided to re return
turn return to the mainland In view
of the conditions.

Those who were on the trip

accepted their bad luck as one
of the risks of skin diving and a
great many Jokes were made a a-bout
bout a-bout the trip. '..One spearfisher-

man remarked, "Our speed was

twenty-three knots, ten up, ten
down, and three forward." Well,
that's how it goes better luck
next time.

The Balboa Y.M.C.A. Is formu formulating
lating formulating plans to have its next
skin diving course in January.
This course is open to all service servicemen
men servicemen stationed in the Canal Zone
and is really worth looking into.
The course generally runs six
weeks and the "Y" can be relied
on to furnish the best available
Instructors.
' For the beehflt of those who
are not acquainted with the
Y.M.C.A. course, here is a brief
resume of what goes on. Appli Applicants
cants Applicants to the course are required
to take a physical exam prior to
being accepted as students.
Classes are usually held once a
week. A short lecture is given
by the instructor, then the class

udjourns to tne pool lor acuiai

water demonstrations ana prac
ti-e.

The "Y" furnishes the neces necessary
sary necessary equipment and has many
different types available. This is
ideal for the novice, as he has

the opnortunlty of trying out

many different types of equip

ment prior to buying his own.
The course ends up with a su

pervised skin, diving outing In

the bav. and vast uerformance

hsows that on parsing the course

an individual is prepared ior al almost
most almost everything.
I would like to see this same
type of course offered by the
Panama Canal Company as a
community service. It has cer certainly
tainly certainly been successful at the
YMCA, and I feel sure that if

Did you know that a skin div diver
er diver was bitten by a shark in Pan Panama
ama Panama Bay? Yes, it actually hap happened,
pened, happened, though no damage re resulted
sulted resulted from the bite. It seems
that one diver saw a small niirse
shark in a hole, so he promptly
pulled it out by the tail.
Another diver suggested a
(tame of "catch" with the two
foot shark and in the contusion
of being tossed around, the shark
managed to bite one of the
boys, on the arm.
As a nurse shark has no teeth,
the bite was not painful. How However,
ever, However, the fish had to be disected
before the Jaws could be pried
apart.

The latest rumor is that a
"liars trophy" will be th first
prize at the next spearflshing
louinament.

HOLIDAY SEASON

Curing the holiday season, the

bowline alleys at the Balboa and

Diablo Service Centers will be

closed on the following days:
Thanksgiving, Chrismas Eve and
Christmas Day, New Year's Eve
and New Year's Day.
The Margarita Bowling Center
will remain open on Thanksgiving
Day but will be closed on the oth other
er other holidays, it was announced by
the Supply Division..

Sports Briefs

ST. LOUIS WINS N
LONDON (UP) Bos well St.
Louis nf Trinidad nnlnnintoH iRpit.

ish welterweight champion Peter

waterman Tuesday night in a non non-title
title non-title bout. Waterman holds a vic victory
tory victory over former world chamn

Kid Gavilan.

WRITERS NAME TORPID
BALDWIN. N.Y. (UP) A na

tion-wide vote of harness writers
named Torpid, three-year-old bay
colt owned by the Sherwood

Farms, as winner of the U.S.

Harness W r i t e rs' Association
Headliner award for 1957. Torpid

got 112 of a possible 133 first-place

votes.

i SWOON'S SON TO RUN

BALTIMORE (UP) E. Gay

uraxe I swoon s son arrived by
van at Pimlico Tuesday from

Churchill Downs, the longest trip
ever made by the horse, seventh
on the all-time list of money-winners.
He will run Nov. 30 in the

$50,000 Pimlico Special.

ORTEGA IN TRAINING
NEW YORK (UP)- Gaspar Or

tega of Mexico began training at

Stillman's Gymnasium today for

ms Dec. e welterweight title .elim

ination match dt Cleveland with

Isaac Logart of Cuba. Ortega, who

arrived from Tiajuana, Mexico,
Tuesday, will remain here until a
week before the bout, then io to

Cleveland.

TV MATCH ARRANGED
NEW YORK (UP) Wim Snok

of Holland will arrive here Thurs-

ay to sign for a television hput
ee. 11 against British Emoir

Lightheavyweight champ Yvon
Durelle of Canada. Snoek has beea

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Sunday at 9:30 a.m. The turkey

shoot will be ahead of the regular

50 bird trap schedule, fiivina our

sleepy brothers a chance to recu

perate a moment or two longer.

By popular request Lee (Bus-

tern) Carr has announced he's giv

ing a yard to all and sundry, who

have been trying to match h i s

mastering of the clay birds.

All are invited to come out and

win a turkey or a nice purse and

get acquainted with fellow 'winners
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rooms. bad-rooms. Phona 3-6089.
FOR RENT: Chalat in Mirafla Mirafla-rat.
rat. Mirafla-rat. Call Dacaracibna Robarto.
During affiea hour. 3-4904.
Aftar i p.m. call 3-6706.
FOR RENT: Twa badroama
baautiful naw chalet on Transist Transist-mican,
mican, Transist-mican, front af Geneva. Tala Tala-phona
phona Tala-phona 3-3904.
FOR RENT: At Golf Heights I
bedroom chalat, far couple with without
out without children. For information,
all Tel. 3-7971 for 2 ta 5 p.m.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
private entrance, single, double
occupancy exclusive neighbor-
heed. American preferred. Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Tel. 3-0443.
LOST i Eating at Tany'a. El Pa Pari,
ri, Pari, 36 E. IS, remember? Tony
Friedman.
1 Via EPna
Tel. 3-0383
APPLIANCE
BARGAINS!
"AMANA" Freeze;: Refriger Refrigerator
ator Refrigerator combination. 14 cubic
foot upright. Special brand
new Introductory offer.
Regular $875.00
Value for $650.00
MMANA" Built-in Freezer
6.8 cubic foot. Can be placed
with or around your kitchen
cabinets or In any suitable
Installation, coppertone fin finish.
ish. finish. New Introductory Offer.
Regular $595.00
Value for $399.00
"DEEPFREEZE" Chest type
freezer 9.3 cubic feet, special
brand new introductory of offer.
fer. offer. Regular $438.00
Value for $325.00
Used "LEONARD" Electric
Range Apartment size. Four
burners. Very little use. per perfect
fect perfect condition.
Originally.... $225.00
Now $90.00
"WHIRLPOOL" Small "Baby"
washing machine, ideal for
diapers, handkerchief, chil children's
dren's children's clothing, etc.; never
used but shopworn.
Originally . . $95.00
Now $39.00
"MASTER GRANDE" Small
washing machine id?al for
diapers, handkerchiefs, chil children's
dren's children's clothing, etc.; never
used but shopworn.
Originally .... $65.00
Now $25.00
SEWING MACHINE. Porta Portable.
ble. Portable. Electric Complete with
motor and f oot Toed? 1 : nd
new. Perfect, condition
Oririnafly. $130.00
Now. . .. $85.00
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ATTINTICN. 0. I.I Just built
modani rurnithad apartmaata. I,
2 baalraama. bat. cols' water.
Phona Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT: Two badroomi,
porch, dining and living room,
maid's room, garaga. Bella Vista
Colombia St. No. 44-17. Infor Information
mation Information sama building. Apt. "P".
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment screened, military inspect inspected.
ed. inspected. One an two bedroom, Auto Auto-.
. Auto-. mobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: At Tony's El Patio,
good space for chow. 36 E. 15.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedroom, 2 bathrooms,
porch, hot water and cold water,
etc. Information call 2-2504.
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
Private bathroom and en entrance.
trance. entrance. Cooking facilities. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-mnt,
mnt, apart-mnt, hot water, garaga. Informa Information
tion Information phone 3-3884. Campo Ale Ale-tre.
tre. Ale-tre. FOR RENT: Apartment com complete
plete complete furnished one bedroom,
beautiful location. Via Porras
64. Tel. 3-1863.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living-dining
room, stove, refrigerators. Inde Independent.
pendent. Independent. Bella Vista. Calle 43
No. 64.
Nino Valdes Scores
Impressive Victory
Over Big Jeff Dyer
BANGOR. Maine (UP) Nov.
21 Ninth-ranked heavyweight
Nino Valdez 215, of Havana Cu
ba, today hoped his Impressive
knockout win over Jeff Dyer, 210.
of Springfield, Mass., would
boost him a notch higher In the
heavyweight ranks.
Valdez battered Dyer around
the ring for 10 rounds at Bangor
Auditorium Tu.es day night.
flooring him twice.
DKATH PENALTY INVOKED
r BEIRUT, Lebanon (UP) The
Lebanese government announced
today that the penalty for terror terrorist
ist terrorist infringement of security regu
lations had been raised from a
prison sentence to death. The
Council of Ministers took the de decision
cision decision at a special meeting to dis discuss
cuss discuss ways of stamping out terror terrorist
ist terrorist activity, including the throw throwing
ing throwing of hombs, attributed here to
foreign elements.
TELE-RAD
TV SERVICE
SPEEDY-DEPENDABLE
TEL. 2-2374
Corner "H" & Darien St.
in the world of
church music today
hwrdi Mdl
Today the Hammond Organ
is providing all the music in
well over 35.000 churches .
churches of all denominations
and all sizes. This overwhelm overwhelming
ing overwhelming leadership is the result of
many exclusive advantages,
including:
Hundreds of rich church
tonas
Con navar f out of tuna
t Music of cathadral quality
in avail lha small?
churcha
Easy for profassional or
onwttur to play
HAMMOSD ORG A!S
Canal Zone for
Spinet Model
COMPANlA
rfWTr, S.A.
:i P-rt Avenue
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac
Sedan $3600. No trades. Aftar
4:30 Qtrs. 2140-D. Curundu.
FOR SALE:-I955 Studebakar
Regal Commander V-8, 5 pass,
cp. A-1 shape. Days Ph. 83 83-2173evenings
2173evenings 83-2173evenings Ph Albrook 6224,
TSgt. L. J. Peters.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1956
Plymouth Sedan, standard shift,
many extras $1495.00, Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 3103. Qrts. 177.
FOR SALE: New 1957 Fiat.
Only 2700 miles. Telephone
Quarry Heights 2278 or 2176
Quarters 18.
FOR SALE: 1957 Oldsmobile
88 Holiday Coupe. Fully equip equipped.
ped. equipped. Consider smaller car as
trade. Phone 87-3217 Ft. Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. FOR SALE: Station wagon
Chevrolet 1955 duty paid, Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-6105.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury,
fordor, radio, overdrive, two two-tone,
tone, two-tone, white side wall tires, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. Must be seen to
be appreciated. Asking $465 will
accept best offer. Can be seen at
5623-B Diablo. Office 2-2731,
Home 2-4256 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Nash Ram Ram-bier
bier Ram-bier station wagon, fine condi condition,
tion, condition, economical transportation.
Best offer. Tel. Amador 4122,
anytime Friday.
NIKON
Cameras
at
9 l.l.IIIIII
(Across Banco Naclonal)
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
Qeneral Agent
Gibraltar life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
SAN JOSE EXCURSION
Nov. 28 Dec. 1
All Expense Tour for $65.00
FIDANQCE
TRAVEL SERVICE
Tel. 2-1661
REASSIGNED Capt. Fred
W. TenEyck, USAF flight sur surgeon
geon surgeon at Albrook Air Force Base,
will depart the Canal Zone to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for reassignment to
the Mayo Clinic t Rochester,
Minn., where he will spend a
three-year residency In Inter
nal medicine. Mrs. TenEyck

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The TenEycU have resided at
Albrook for the last 19 months, j
Dr. TenEyck has become well
known on the Isthmus for his
work in rescue activities in
Panama and other Central
American countries. Mrs. Ten- 1
Eyck has served s secretary
of the Canal Zone Doctors' j
Wives Club. They will spend
Christmas in Pasadena, Cal,
prior to reporting to Rochester.
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TROPELCO S. A. SPECIAL OF OFFER.
FER. OFFER. Gas stoves, washing ma machines,
chines, machines, refrigerators and televi television
sion television sets at the best installment
prices. Make your payment ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Take advantage of
this Christmas offer. 45th street,
opposite "Central da Lecheries".
FOR SALE j Norge automatie
washing machine, 1956 model.
Webcor High Fidelity tape
Recorder. Both 60 cycle. Call
Balboa 2-2982.
FOR SALE: Westinghousa
Laundromat, model L-S 100.
Used I month. Local Retail $395
Will sell for $295. Phone 2119
Albrook.
FOR SALE: Hollywood type,
bed. Excellent condition. Call
Hugh Priest 2254 Ft. Kobba, or
can be seen 41st. Street No. 2 2-54
54 2-54 Apt. 18, Bella Vista.
Billy Martin
To Tigers In
13-Player Deal
NEW YORK, Nov. 21 (UP)
Brash Billy Martin was traded to
the Detroit Hgers yesterday In
a 13-player deal with the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics, it has been
learned by the United Press.
The Tigers gave up seven play players,
ers, players, including five major leag leaguers,
uers, leaguers, while receiving six players.
in return from the Athletics.
In addition to Martin, Detroit
will obtain veteran outfielder
Gus Zernlal, two pitchers, a
catcher and an lnfielder. Kansas
City will acquire outfielder Bill
Tuttle, catcher Frank House and
pitcher Duke Maas along with
two other players toow on the Ti
ger, roster,, ; ;
One of the two minor leaguers
the Athletlos also will receive
probably will be outfielder Jim
Small, former bonus player
wnom the Tigers farmed to
Charleston of the American As Association
sociation Association last season.
The deal was announced!
jointly by both clubs yesterday.
Tne current deal is the second
multi-player transaction be
tween the two clubs in as manyi
years. Last Dec. 3, the Tigers and
Athletics made a seven-man
deal that Included Jim Finigan
Ned Garver and Virgil Trucks.
Trains Kill 345
In South Korea
SEOUL, Korea. Nov. 21 (UP)
At least 345 persons were killed
and more than 400 others injured
in railroad accidents in Korea dur
ing the first 10 months of the year.
the Ministry of Transportation re-
t ported today.
Officials sail! January was the
most hazardous month, with 48
persons dying in train accidents.
AHEM!
COLUMBUS, Ohio' (UP) Cab Cabbie
bie Cabbie John N. Bachipan handed his
wppklv nav check for $9,000,028.65
to deputy court clerk Gene Bosek-
er to pay for a J25 speeding tick ticket,
et, ticket, and demanded the correct
change. When Boseer balked.
Bachman paid the $25 in ach and
took his check btck to the cab
company where he wors part
time to have it corrected. Nine
million dollars was deducted.
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FOR SALE: Good food at Tony
Friedman's. El Patio 36 E. No.
15.
FOR SALE: Twin stroller, $15,
Chicago shoe akatai eixa 6, $7.
Bassinet with pad $6.50. Tel.
6251 Curundu.
FOR SALE: Musical instrument.
European Cello. Panama, Tel. 3 3-0443.
0443. 3-0443. FOR SALE: Siamas mala kit kittens,
tens, kittens, "Seal Point" beauties.
Phona 3-4679 Panama.

Injuries To Sideline 3 To 5
Stars Out Of Key NFLf Games

By EARL WRIGHT
Injuries will keep at least three
and possibly five stars out of Sun
day's key National Football
League games.
The oddsmakers, ho keep a
close watch on injuries, have
made the Colts 6V4 point ihoices
to whip the San Francisco Forty Forty-Niners
Niners Forty-Niners at Baltimore. The Lions
are 5V& point choices to defeat the
Chicago Bears at Detroit. The
Colts, Lrons and Forty Miners are
tied for the Western Division lead.
The Browns are ZVi point favor favorites
ites favorites against the Los Angeles Rams
at Cleveland while the New York
Giants are 6 Mi point favorites to
beat the Cards at Chicago. The
Steelers are favored over the
Green Bay Packers by ZVi points
at Pittsburgh and the Washington
Redskins are favored over tne
Eagles by lVi a tPbiladelphia.
Grudge Gamo at Detroit
Detroit is in top shape to play
before a capacity home crowd of
more than 55.000 but the Bears
will go into the "grudge" came
without Harlon Hill. Hiu7 all
league Offensive end, suffered a
shoulder injury during last Sun Sunday!
day! Sunday! 29-14 loss to- the Colts. He
is out for the season. V'
Ed Meadows of the Bears start
ed a flurry of "dirty play"
charges last Dec. 16 when his tac tackle
kle tackle of (Bobby Layne sent the De Detroit
troit Detroit quarterback to the sidelines

Brennan's Instructions
To QB Earns Him Repeat
Coach-ONWeek' Honors

By ED SAINSBURY
SOUTH BEND, Ipd., Nov. 21
(UP) He told his quarterback
t.n "hp rppklpss not cautious."
He watched that quarterback
get recKiess enougn io snap uie
nation's longest winning streak,
"and the wav we Dlayed we
would have beaten anybody.
Yet he still wasn't conieni in
his greatest glory; saying "wc
should have had a couple more
touchdowns."
He's Terry rennan of Notre
uame, me uniiea tress lootcau
Coach of the Week after his Irish
nnspt. Oklahoma. 7-0. last Satur
day and shattered the Sooners'
47-game winning streaic.
Selection of 29-year-old Bren Bren-nan
nan Bren-nan mark the :first. time that
the same man has been chosen
coach of the week twice m one
cAn.nn Uo alen wnn thA Vinnnl
five weeks ago when the Irish
upset Army.
The advice to Quarterback
nnh Williams was uniaue. "We
want you to be fearless and
reckless out mere, srennan
told him all week. "Think of a
play that you couldn't, possibly
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Real Estate
FOR SALE: Rio Abajo 520 M2
lot. Excaltant poaition. Tel. 3 3-2208.,
2208., 3-2208., A. Guardia.
Dogs
FOR SALE : Cocker Spaniel
dogs. Mariana Arosemena No.
39, Apartment No 3.- Above "La
Vida". Drug Star.
FOR SLE: Beautiful 6 week
old male Doberman Pinscher.
Registered, pedigreed. Tel. Sears,
Pan 3M327 or Mir 3-0979.
with a concussion. The Bears went
on to win the game and the West Western
ern Western Division title.
The Colts and,49ers may play;
without star pass receivers. Clyde
Conner, 49er end, definitely is out
with a shoulder injury. Jim
Mutscheller, Baltimore end, may
not play. He has a sprained ankle.
Tackle Bob St. Clair and Bob
Holladay, a defensive back, also
are out of the Forty -Niner lineup,
Los Angeles will play Cleveland
without Will Sherman, one of its
best defensive backs. He has a
disclocated elbow.
Webstar in Hospital
Alex Webster, New York half halfback
back halfback may not play at Chicago. He
still is in the hospital with an ear
infection which kept him out of
last week's 13-0 victory over the
Eagles.
Norb Hecker, veteran Washing
ton safety man, won't play against
the Eagles because, of a twisted
knee.
Bill Michael, Pittsburgh guard
who has been out with a broken
leg bone, will be in uniform and
may play against the Packers.
Willie Lee, Steeler tackle, has a
pulled tendoir, but, will play.
: This week's' eWctions Lions
(5-3 over Bears 3-5, Colts (5-3)
over forty -Miners (3-3), Browns
(6-1-1) over Rams (4-4), Giants
62) over Cards (2-5), Packers
(2-6) over Steelers (4-3), Redskins
(2 5-1) over Eaglds (2-6).
call in any given situation and
then call it,"
Williams threw out his bread-and-butter
plays many times,
now that the responsibility had
been lifted from his shoulders.
He passed from deep in his own
territory on several occasions
Then, with Oklahoma weary, he
went bvk to nower football in
the last period on a relentless
20-play touchdown drive.
The victory over Oklahoma
lifted the Notre Dame season
record to 5-2, with those losses
to Navy and Michigan State
There's no letup in sight for the
Irish, who play host this week
to a strong Iowa team, smarting
from a loss to Ohio State Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Iowa always has proved
touffh for Notre Dame but how
tough can anyone be after
Oklahoma. v
FIRST RUSSIAN JET LANDS
LONDON (UP) Budapest Radio
said today that the first Russian
iet TU-104 airlinechas arrived in
the Hungarian caoital from Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow. The broadcast said the plane
landed yesterday to inaugurate a
regular weekly schedule between
the two Communist cities.
300.00
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600.00
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Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX IUI. CRISTOBAL, C.2.
SERVICES
3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of
car $6. Auto-Bano. Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Saars.
; Tha tost dinner, 'and drinks
re served in our modern air air-canditinoar
canditinoar air-canditinoar cafotoria grill and
bar Hoti Intornacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata J da Mayo.
TRADE PACT SIGNED
JERUSALEM. Israel YITP
France and Israel have signed a
trade pact for 1958 allowing Israel
to exDOTt $10,500,000 worth rrf cr nnrf.
to France, it was announced to-
aay. ine agreement set no limit
on French exports to Israel during
the year.

Only One Newcomer Joins UP
Board Of Basketball Coaches

NEW YORK. Nov. 21 (UP)
Only one newcomer will join the
united Press Board of Basket
ball Coaches for the coming
season.
Bobby Rogers, replacing Kan
Loeffler as Texas A&M coach.
will serve with 34- holdovers to
rate the nation's college basket basketball
ball basketball teams each week during the
1957-58 season.
The coaches will Issue their
first weekly ratings In news
papers of Tuesday morning, Dec.
iw. Ka tings will he released al alternately
ternately alternately for Tuesday AM and
PM newspapers each week dur during
ing during the season.
' Here are the coaches who will
serve on the board this season,
EAST v x
Howard Cann, New York Uni University;
versity; University; John j. Gallgher, Niaga Niagara;
ra; Niagara; Alvin Julian, Dartmouth;
Dosald W. Moore!.-Duquesne;
Aiex' severance, YUianov,.
" MIDLANDS ff
Dick Harp,-.. Kansas Eddie
Hickey, St. Loiiis; HT O. IM,
Oklahoma State; Doyle Parrack,,
Oklahoma; Wilbur N. Stalcup,
Missouri.
MIDWEST
.Forrest Anderson. Michigan
State: Tom Blackburn. Dayton;
Osborne Cowtesv Minnesota;
John J. Jordan, Notre Dame:
Branch MoCroclren. Indiana.
PACIFIC COAST
William Dye, Washington; A.
Screen Actress
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Felicia
S Sha mada 54
Inquire
Units of
reluctance
Italian city
debut with
Columbia
t Sha his
appaaradi
opposite
Glenn
12 Martian
(comb, form)
13 Island (Fr.)
14 Smell
ISFirn
18 Fairy fort
17 Oriental food
18 Mariner's
direction
19 Puff up
21 Gives assent
(coll.)
22 Enclosures
! 24 Guiding
threads
28 Chairs
28 Brownjbread
by heat
58 Born
30 Social insect
31 Jewel
32 Decay
33 Fragrant
oleoresln
33 Mergansers
38 Look fixedly
39 Girl's nam
41 Feline animal
42 Type of
architecture
48 River in
Switzerland
47 Mimicker
49 Fastening
device
50 Assam
silkworm
51 Leas
Masculine
nickname
Gaelio ,,,
DOWN
Feminine
nickname
Spheres of
action
Respect
Fish eggl
Mound
Pseudonym of
Charles Lamb
Pause
Preposition
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Interview. Tala-3-49681-4941,
WANTED TO BUY: Wacharen
Constantin and Philip Patack
watch, also Silvar wars for 12
parsons, Roostvelt Hotel, Apt,
101 Sr. Oefavio. V
WANTED;- Four pianos. Spinet
or small upright, condition not
Important. Ring 2-3305 Panama.
RECORD HOLDER DIES
SHREVEPORT. l. fTTPT.t
CoL John C. Lewis. .S vtrmn
Air Force pilot who set. a coast-
to-coast speed record for a mt mt-dium
dium mt-dium bomber in 1955, and his wife,
the former Sadie Knnnpl m rm
killed today when their car col-
iiaea witn a tram at Bossier City,
La. Lewis was from Frostburg,
Md.
T. Gill, Oregon State; Pett
Newell, California; Forrest Two Two-good,
good, Two-good, Southern Cal.; Phil Wool Wool-pert,
pert, Wool-pert, San Francisco.
ROCKIES
Hoyt Brawner, Denver; Jack
Gardner. Tiiah: Everett, F. ShPi.
ton, Wyoming; Russell Walseth,
Colorado; Stan Watts, Brigham
Young.
SOUTH
Everet N. Case. North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina State: Bernard Hickman
Louisville; Frank McGuire!
North Carolina J Cliff wn.
Tulane.
SOUTHWEST
Fred Enke: -Artonn- tr o
Hayes. SMTJ: R., E. HenrUrsnn
Baylor Polk: Robinson Tpvo
Tech; Bobb Rogers, Texas KSt
Paraiso Council
Xa Jnsfalt .New
Of ficeriv Tonight
The Paraiso Civic. Council win
'istall its new officers tonight at
the Paraiso Gymnasium with a
program beginning at 7:30.
The program wdl include vocal

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the Rev. Allan R, Wentt deliver deliver-in?
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Row Into Polling Places Of South

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Wisconsin Butcher Tells How He Dragged
Bodies of 2 Women To House of Horrors

MADISON, Wis., Nov. 21 (UP)
-id Gein, the "butcher" farmer of
Plain-field, Wis., today confessed
'laying two women and dragging
their bodies through the woods to
Ais "house of horrors."
One of hrs victims was Mary
Hogan, 54, a Pine Grove, Wis.,
tavern owner who disappeared
three years ago, Gein said. The
other was Mrs. Bernice Worden,

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58, a Plainfield storekeeper whose
freshly-butchered borly was found
in Gein's woodsned Sunday.
The shy, ashen-faced farmer
broke down and confessed towards
the end of 10Mi hours of question questioning
ing questioning and lie tests at state crime
laboratory headquarters here.
Clnarcd Of Other Crimes
Crime lab director Charles Wil Wil-id
id Wil-id the lie tests also cleared

Gein, 51, of connection with the
(unsolved Wisconsin disappearanc

es of a girl, a teenage baby sitter,
and a man since 1947.
Gem's confession left un unanswered
answered unanswered many of the mysteries
in the macabre case.
Crime lab officials did not say
whether Miss Hogan's head was
among the 10 skulls, shrunken
heads and death masks of women
found in his ramshackle farm
home. They refused to comment
on Gein's claim that the skulls
were collected during grave grave-robbing
robbing grave-robbing raids when the moon was
full. And they would not make any
revelations concerning indications
of cannibalism in the case.
Sheriff Herbert Wanserski of
Portage County, where Miss Ho Ho-gan
gan Ho-gan was murdered, refused com comment
ment comment on his previous charges that
Gein "never rob'oed a grave in
his life" and collected his 10 skulls
through murders. Wanserski had
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Miss Hogan in a shrunken head
found on the Gein farm.
Cain Smiles
Gein, clean-shaven and showing
a weak smile, was hurried off to
the Waushara county seat of Wau Wau-toma,
toma, Wau-toma, Wis., where charges of mur murdering
dering murdering Mrs. Worden were expected
to be filed. Portage County offi officials
cials officials indicated they would wait to
see what action was taken at Wau Wau-toma
toma Wau-toma before filing charges.
The confession was Gein's first

outright admission of murder. He

admitted Monday he butchered
Mrs. Worden's body, but said he
could not remember killing her.
And he had claimed innocence of
the Hogan murder.
In both cases, the women were
attacked when they were alone in
their places of business and the
killer dragged their bodies away
through snow-covered woods.
Miss Hogan, a former Cicero,
111., resident, kept a saloon only
six miles from the Gein home.
Sometime during the late after afternoon
noon afternoon of Dec. 8, 1954, she was
killed in the tavern. Investigators
found a pool of blood on the floor
and a blood trail leading through
the woods to the point where the
killer had bundled her body into a
truck.
Wilson arid other investigators
refused to reveal details of the
Hogan murder.
Siting Evidence
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Wilson said investigators still

were faced with the task of sift

ing an "avalanche of physical evi

dence" taken from Gein's farm.

The .evidence included the rifle
with which he is believed to have
murdered Mrs. Worden and the
skulls, death masks and orna ornaments
ments ornaments made from human skin and
hair taken from his grisly collec collection.
tion. collection. This task will take' "weeks
and possibly months," Wilson said.
At Wautoma, District Attorney
Earl Kileen said he was willing
to accept Gein's expected plea of
innocent because of insanity.
"Why should we rile up the
people by digging up graves to
prove Gein's story?" Kileen asked.
"We just want to get the case
cleaned up."

WASHINGTON (UP) Negro

leaders are directing the civil
righta controversy iway from the

congressional arena and into me

polling places of the southern

states.

Southern white Democrats prob

ably must shift their attention

from the schools to the ballot

boxes if they are to meet this
new trend. Regardless of the mer

its of the controversy, the Negro
strategy appears to be sound and
promising.

Kep. Charles (J. uiggs jr. (V-

Mich.) is a Negro who knows

about politics. He recently coun

selled his race, as follows:

Siys South Misguided
"The South is misguided by

white politicians competing with

each other. The only language a
politician understands, especially

a southern politician, is tne Dai-lot."

Now comes Rov Wilkins, na

tional executive secretary of the

National Association for the Ad Advancement
vancement Advancement of Colored People
(NAACP) with a plan. Wilkins an announced
nounced announced in Atlanta, Ga., that
NAACP would attempt to get 3,-

000,000 southern Negroes to the

polls.

He will be aided in that effort

by the voting rights guarantee en enacted
acted enacted at the last session of Con Congress.
gress. Congress. Wilkins said about 25 -per
cent of eligible southern Negroes

were presently registered and that

the campaign would seek to make
it 60 per cent.
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Seek Complexion Change
First objective of this get-out
the-vote campaign is to chanyi
the complexion of southern legisla legislatures.
tures. legislatures. If that complexion were
changedLso, too, would be changed
the complexion of the delegations
of southern states to the United
Sta'es Congress.
l'e impact of such changes
would be felt far beyond the bor borders
ders borders of the old South. Southern

members of the U. S. Congress
who were more or less responsive
to Negro voters back home could
and probably would, team happily
with northern Democrats who
comprise the left wing of their
party not only on civil rights but
on domestic questions generally.
A more comprehensive welfare
state and a greater centralization
of government in Washington
would be expected to flow from
that. Congressional conservatives,
of whatever party label, would be become
come become a more dr. less permanent
minority, largely powerless to af affect
fect affect policy trends, c 3

System Discourages Voting
The one-party, system and the
poll tax have tended in the South
to discourage voting. The percent percentage
age percentage of eligibles who trouble to go
to the polls in some southern
states is very low. The NAACP

registration drive 'among Negroes
should spark a Democratic regis registration;
tration; registration; campaign by southern
whites. :,
Out of that, of course, could
come a two-party system in the
old South. It has been coming, al although
though although slowly. The use of federal
troops in Little Rock generally is
judged to have stopped the two
party trend cold. -The drive of
southern Negroes for ballot box
power may start it again. -
Only Mississippi among the
southern states did not in 1956 rec record
ord record any votes for Republican can candidates
didates candidates for the U. S. House of Rep Representatives.
resentatives. Representatives. Ten other southern
States cast l,64tS,000 votes for Re Republican
publican Republican house candidates. The to total
tal total vote for Democratic candidates
for the house was 4,746,000.
Not a hid start towardtwo par parties.
ties. parties. : i ,'

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HELPING HAND A quick (lance st this'lavishly decorated -clock
atop one of the buildings on the Boulevard des Itallens
in Paris might give you the-wrong idea,' It is not an attempt
at surrealism nor have the powers-that-be hired a human to
turn the hands of the clock by hand.? : Actually it is .the long
arm of a repairman trying to clean the; golden hands of the
massive timepiece and restore some- of -their ancient luster.

Cermcn President
Bows His Head At
Ardeatine Caves
ROME, Nov. 21 (UP) West Ger German
man German President Theodor Heuss to
day paid homage to the Italian
victims of Nazism before he hon honored
ored honored German soldiers killed in bat battle
tle battle in Italy.
He stood with bowed head be before
fore before the Ardeatine caves where
Nazi soldiers executed 335 Italian
tages in World War II.
Only after his visit to the caves
did Heuss, an enemy of Nazism,
drive to a military cemetery to
honor German war dead.

French Press Lashes
Pineau, Says Talks
Were Disappointing
PARIS, Nov. 21 (UP) French
newspapers scored Foreign Minis Minister
ter Minister Christian Pineau today and
said France came out on the short
end in his talks with Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles.
Three to-circulation dailies, "Le
Figaro," "Parisien Libere" and
"L'Aurore," all normally pro A A-merican,
merican, A-merican, said the results o f the
Washington conference .were
"slim" and "disappointing."
The leftwing "Combat" and the
socialist "Paris Journal" ruefully
described the agreements reached
as "limited" and of 'relative suc success."
cess." success."
Before he left here earlier this
week, Pineau said that no matter
how successful his talk with Dul Dulles
les Dulles turned out they could not
soothe French public' anger over
U.S. and British shipments of
arms to Tunisia.
The government's position in
the dispute will be outlined next
week. The National Seembly's For Foreign
eign Foreign Affairs cominitte has asked
Premier Felix Gaillard to appear
before it then and give his views
on the situation.
In London, British Foreign Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and conserv conservative
ative conservative member's of Parliament met
in a secret session last night to-

discuss the arms to Tunisia dis dispute.
pute. dispute. It was reported the meeting
was called because some of the
M.P.'s expressed grave concern at
the harm done to Anglo French
relations by the shipment.

A GOOD TRY
LONGVIEW, Tex.' (UP) Two
men held for investigation by Mar

shall, Tex., police in connection

with a recent holdup had an air airtight
tight airtight alibi They were in jail at
Long view when the robbery oc occurred.
curred. occurred.

Maybe Custer Lost
Heart Before Head
At Utile Big Horn

WASHINGTON (UP) The

Army today is trying to solve an

old tactical problem : Did Gen.'

George Custer lose : his heart to
a "camp follower'' before he lost
his scalp at the Little Big Horn?
William J- Donohoe, the Army's
security review officer, said that
romance had nothing to do with
Custer's defeat in 1876 by the

Cheyenne and Sioux-Indians of

Sitting Bull and crazy Horse.
"They lost their heads; -at Little
Big Horn," Donoltoe saidj "but it
certainly wasn't over a;-woman.
The experts all tell me jthere is
absolutely no evidence that a
woman was with the government
troops at the time of the massa

cre.

The question of Custer s ro romantic
mantic romantic inclinations popped up
when Vice Adm. John M. Hos Hos-kins,
kins, Hos-kins, the Pentagon's declassifica declassification
tion declassification chief, told a House subcom

mittee there was absolute nothing
secret about Custer's last stand.
This was followed by pubtished
reoorts Quoting one of the Admi

ral's aides as saying that Custer

had an interest m a camp follower
of "a ery amorous type'
These reports also said the
Army never disclosed the -fact
because officials didn't want to

hurthCuster's widow.iiWhen Mrs.

custer finally .died many: years
ago, this account r said, no one
seemed : interested. ;
, Taking Hoskius -.at his word,
Ithe United Press sought and re received
ceived received permission from Donohoe
to examine a 700-page stenograph

ic record of a court of inquiry

held m Chicago into the conduct

of Mai. Marcus A, Reno who

survived the campaign.

The record detailed how Reno

and a fellow officer, a Capt.

Benteen, either failed or were
unable to come Ho Custer'a re relief,
lief, relief, leading .some historians to
blame them for the defeat. But
there was nary a mention, of any

camp follower.

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'Public-Be-Damned' Defense Policy Castigated,
Blamed For Secrecy About Dog-Carrying Satellite

nitw nm.KANS Nov. 21 (UP) The irrniin wan exnected to ap-ithat KOvernment officials on all i launch an earth

Rep. John D. Moss (D-Calif.) i prove a resolution later crittciz- level are carrying on av rgreat

said today a "publlc-be-damntd" ing the federal government fori conspiracy of secrecy. r
information policy by the De-j withholding Information and Snyder was a witness before a
fense Department waa responsi-1 asking President Elsenhower to 1 subcommittee two-day hearing
ble for the Alr'Force withhold- issue a new executive order about on eovernment Information- on

ing news on Russia's plans to the release of such matter.

launcie a dog-carrying satellite.

Such a resolution was approv

ed ystrday by the organization's
board of directors. ., y

Rep. Moss and Assistant Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Defense Murray Sny Snyder
der Snyder were two of the principal
speakers today before the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press Manaeine Editors

Association convention in New Snyder countered that Mos3,nounced" publicly at least two
Orleans. -' v apparently believes la "myth"1 months la Advance thai It would
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Moss said that, the Air Force
knew four months In advance of

Russia's satellite plans.

Washington.;

committee..

Moss was on the

The California congressman
called, the Pentagon's security
regulations a "smug smog; of se secrecy."
crecy." secrecy." :
Moss said 'that Russia an-

satelllte. He

RELAXING OCCUPATION-CompIete relaxation seemed ao

be in order for tnese members of. the Swedish and British delfe-r
gations during a meeting of the United Nations Gentn-1 Asscm,
bly in New York They were listening () to a speech by.a
Hungarian delegate at the time. J

No Early Closing
TOKYO, Nov. 21 (UPWapan's
brothels are hoping for a land of office
fice office business during the New Year
holidays, police said today.
Officials said only one per cent
of the nation's 35,28S brothels had
closed their doors in advance of
the Anti-prostitution law that takes
effect April 1.

Foreign Doilies
For Roumonla,
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VIENNA, Nov." 21 lUPJf- The
first stand to- sell- Western .news
naoers and magazines In Oimmii.

in Bucharest, the Romanian news newspaper
paper newspaper Scinteia. said today.

SlVlALL SCALE BUSfNESS This West Berlin, Oermany"
woman went into business on a small scale. She offers weight"
"conscious persons a chance to check their poundage. If his ex-1 -'
pression is a sign," this customer must have eaten a bit extra.

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