The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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;".. ; V .; .NOV 23195 1 ..,
AN INDEPENDENT jjT HN. DAIlY NEWSPAPER

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jo'fiDCiA..
THE CITY OF THE i
, VICEROY. f. :
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the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln,
" -, ,. INTIKATIONAb AIRWyiVf
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S3rd YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 19S7
FIVE CENTS

V

1 1 SttaWafl
lil ... ZE5

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, '1-

United Fund Agencies
;16. Pacific '"Civic
' ..'
Council
-
Asking: $150
Like the CHstobal-Marrri-tx
r.Mc council, it Is the func-

.' tioninr link between the wW

dents or several eoiranumuw
r" and the Company-Government
v administration in matters af af-'
' af-' feetlnj community life.
In 'concerning itself with the
' employe and his family's' rela rela-tionship
tionship rela-tionship with the community
r and obtaining wider communi community
ty community participation In self-help
projects the : Pacific Civic
Council i requires only a small
sum from United Fund for es es-ential
ential es-ential operating expenses such
as sending represesrtatives to

Boy and Girl's State.
, If separate appropriation
,1 provided from United Fond
to specifically cover: the, i ex
t penses of the annual Pacific
side 4th of July celebration,

the Council has agreed, to vl

sponsorship of the observance

Pacora Bullets
Not From ;
.Deaths Gun

' Eullets ; rccovcredl fron

the

in the Rcr

trial clciri V.

:-r-.; rii: appropriations .a

;:fiJ

Panamas 1 -Hour Peacetime

Blackouts Continue Tonight

: r

' Rationing of electricity in Panama City is fcontinjuing'

tonight, according to a spokesman of Panama's Light and

Power Company.

The. blackouts,-which were, enforced earlier this week

because of A damaged generator shaft in the plant of the;

Fuerza y Luz Company, .will occur for one hour at a time

in each sector oMhte city in an attempt to cut down the
heavy power load on the lines,
A company spokesman said the blackouts were art

alternative to cutting off 'electricity completely.

t c

If the nubile cooperates by

voluntarily curtailing consump

tion of electricity, the blackout
time may be reduced, he added.

' Residents -were particularly
urged today to turn off their
air conditioning units which
place an additional load on
the lines. Cutting down the use
of -lights, particularly between
the hours of 6:30 and 10. p-.m
Was urged.
J", ' V
The circuits throughout the

city, the official explained, are
being turned off on a rotating

schedule. j

Some Bellai vista: housewives
'"1 T-re irritated because
; f it" clocks hsve been

lightly "off the beam,", apd they
have been getting up late each
dav to fix the f amilv breakfast.

Others are complaining .that
the hours of rationing are '"ex '"extremely
tremely '"extremely inconvenient," because
lights go off at exactly the times

they are dressing to go out.
Candlelight dinners at home
seem to be the order of the
night, and television sets stand

idle during the blackout periods

wnue anxious residents wait patiently-
for the --light to ome

back on. v

Air Force Reveals

HOUSE COMMITTEEMEN USfEPf to a tatk about the Canal's capacity by Lt. Gov. Hugh
Arnold in theimodel room at Diablo Heights. Canal Zone Gov. William' E. Potter (seated at
right), greeted the group froin the House Appropriations Committee and spoke briefly about
the Canal before turning ovey the discussion to Arnold.- Rep. Fred Marshall, chairman of
the committee, is shown in the center, while Rep. Carl H. Andersen is seated at the left.

Season Price Drop Final ly Puts End

113-Month US Cost Of Living Climb

To

Tov. rt r One tig Item in the hatlonil 'essary for defense 'purposes to

teste a v.
, Stx machinegun, but (rom .33

J revolverj occording to t.2
- reporf of tlitt tollistid tx

l, perts who riavi fceert test testing
ing testing the slugs U th Canat
one. t -'
' However thehre I ex ex-,;r
,;r ex-,;r perts, Canot Zone police Sgf.
Jack 1 Morris,-Juan de
, Dios Poveda and Luis A.
i Gonzalez reported Jrhat the
' bullet Identified to therrt as
having beert removed from
the body of President; Re-

fired from the 9

i tliwi, y .--
mm Schmeisser submach
inegua which is a prosecu
tion exhibit In ,the trial, ;

Explosion Rips
4 Hulf Of British
Ship In. Cyprus
Nicosia, Cyprus; Nov, n tvp
-An explosion ripped open the
hull of the British freighter Afri African
can African Prince today; Police suspec
ted -sabotage. i
- The Wast tore, a hole below the
water .line,-; but there; were no
known casualties and officials said
the ship could be repaired. ;
' j " -'
The. 6.000-ton vessel was taking
! on copper ore in the port of Kara Kara-,
, Kara-, vostassi ; when the explosion ,0c ,0c--
- ,0c-- curred, .- t

Cause of the blast was not

known, but uthonties saia mty
would investigate the .possibility of

aiixitaee dv nauonausu on ue

trouble-torn Island, -r
: Series E Bonds j
. : Will Be Late h
For Delivery

-There will be a nelay of ap approximately
proximately approximately one week in the is-

.sue 01 U.S. savings noaat, series
' E. purchased by the payroll savings
. piano f the Panama Canal Cora Cora-.
. Cora-. pany, for the pay period ended
' Nov. 2, it has been announced by
. the Treasurer, i
- The delay in the delivery of the
mail which would normally have
been placed in the mail or deli

vered Nov. is, was caused ny a
shorage in the supply of card-type
bonds which the Canal Company

V started using Oct. 1.
. l .v.

Fcrb.;;ru.i arco
UNITED 'NATIONS, W. V., "Nov.
22 "(UP). Western sources ex expressed
pressed expressed concern today ovef -the
prospect that the U .N. will fall
short in its1 collection of funds for

two big jobs in the Middle East-

care of Palestine- refugees .and

maintenance 'of the If N.jEmer

arenrv Fotce.

The United states has offered to

underwrite 70 per cent of the total

contributed to .the U.N. Relief and

worxs Agency lor raiesune reiu-

geeJ. up to a total of 23 million

dollars. Contributions from other

nation have been so small, how

ever, that it is unlikely that

UNRWA will be able to count on
the full sunt offered by the United

Mates. v 1

A draft resolution now eing dis

cussed among the interested na

tions envisions the probability that

UAHwA -will be vable to obtain
the $40,700,000 that represents' its

rock-bottom budget : for 195S.
The. resolution provides that

rood,, shelter and medical care for
the-) refugees shall be the last
services to be reduced if UNRWA

finds -it necessary to curtan its
program, r;
Western sources' expressed con

cern-also ver the. "apparent atti attitude
tude attitude of indifference" some U. N.
members are displaying in con

nection with the its budget of

Russia and Its satellites nave

hrefuseds flatly to contribute : to

UNEFi and other nations appear

reluctant to help defray the expenses-.
-of 'the international ."po

lice", stationed in the tJaza and

Aqaba krtt,v.j :Aa::v v;'

South Korea Asks Asks-$250
$250 Asks-$250 Million-Aid ;

SEOUL.' Korea.- Novi 22 (V?

Official sources indicated today the
Republic of Korea planned to ask

the United States for 250 million

dollars in economic aid for the

next fiscal year." V--
The United States already has
allocated 215 million dollars, in de defense
fense defense support funds to Korea for
the 1958 fiscal year. -. U -:

... r. i. ')

iuoi-VJ Hying speed .fecord, of i,13J

- It said it will Send Its new
supersonic T101A Voodoo jet over
a 10-mile measured course at

Edwards Air Force .Base, Calif.

The Air Force also will try to

set a new- transcontinental speed
record with four Voodoos later

this month. 7 J

, The present world ipee4 record
was set March 10, 1956, by L. P,

Twtss in a British Vairey Delta

jet. The official U. S. record of

1,015 .miles per hour was set by

Navy Cmdr, R.W Windsor over

China' Lake; Calif., on Aug, 21,

VIM,

The Air Force has had the

Voodoo in operation use since last
Map. It is a fighter bomber
capable of delivering atomic

bombs. -.

At Shaw AFB. S.C. the 363rd

Tactical Reconnaissance Wing was
chosen to attempt to break three
cross-country speed records, Brig.
Gen. Stephen B. Mack, wing com

mander, announced.

Taking off from Los : Angeles.

all four -elrcraft will try to break

the existing Los Angeles to New
York record.. Two of them -will

return non-stop to Los Angeles in
an effort to break the round-trip

coast to coast record.

While new records are expected

to ne estaousned, ten. 'i nomas v.

White, Air Force' chief of staff,
emphasized the prime purpose ol

the mission will he to demonstrate
the versatility of the "composite

air force strike" of the Tactical

Air Command.

Six cameras cans hi of operation

simultaneously will be mounted on
each aircraft to photograph the
route between the coasts. If the

test proves successful,- a' 16-mile
wide strip across the United States
will bt photographed in less than

three hours. .''-;"!

oronomv nr"rTP

i certain to gol submit an unbalanced budget Ij.enseaVijDji'a, are: in the group
1 (,,''lwl ' v ' l The construction ot the brid?f

ard M. Nix-

Chiefs Inspect

Proposed

Site

1 Vl
,Wut
-.ss- V

Members of the House Appropriations Committee

now on the Zone seem highly desirous that the proposed
bridge over the Canal at Balboa to be completed, one of
them stated today. c ' r
Rep, Fred Marshall of Minnesota, sookesman far th

three visiting United States Congressmen, said todav his
group is extremely interested in seeina that the brirfriet T

completed in order that the.Pan-AmeVican Highway could

we pur ro.irs run maximum use. ?
Marshall, who is chairman of the House AoDroDria.

tiohs Committee which will be passing on the bridge ap-?
propriation, added that he felt the highway was a "real
development" in bringing Latin American countries closer
together and improying tourist trade. u
This morning, before meeting Canal Zone Gov.Wil-'
Ham E. Potter, the trio was flown over the Canal to in

spect the site of the proposed high-level bridge at Balboa.

'Beside : Marshall Rens. rati

Anderson of Minnesota' and Ben

acr

eonsti
'the x

Cv-i. u..iCl' llK-H J.t it,l
held td their September levels,
the Bureau of Labor statistics

- The announcement, followed

statement yesterdav ? by Labor

Secretary James P. Mitchell that

the inflationary spiral has seen
checked.
A seasonal drop In food prices

was primarily, responsible for
stopping the long upward swing

or Jiving costs. M

Mitcneii said tne levelling on

of prices is a "good sign" De

cause inflation "has been

concern of many people." It

represents an end of the "so

called inflationary spiral.'' he

said, v

ioc-iii ue eciwal.buugeU ion &aid "we must never make the'fomniinnents of the 1955 V.

A parade of top Administra-j mistake of putting a price Ml

PC Lets Conlracls
TeJallng S71J07

For Maiiilenance

Ronis In fecilicil

TOKYO, W 22J(UP Mrs.

Contracts ; totaling 171,707 were

awarded by the Panama Canal

Company to three local contractors

d urine MovemDer jor maintenance

of public builduiss and lmprove-

kmnts to storm drainage-in the

old Cristobal area.

The contract for the storm drain

ing work was awarded to Wright

Brothers, of Colon, which made a

low bid of $18,100 on the project.

This work consists of the remftval
of old pipes and the installation
of new storm drainage including

new curb inlets, manholes and held

walls in the area enclosed by the

Fench Canal shore line. Columbus

Avenue and Broad Street in Cris

tobal. ..-

The contract for the istallation

of a new lighting system is two

buildings in the Mount Hope In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Area was awarded to W,

A. Rogers, who waa a low bidder

with $19,407 on this project. The

work will include the installation

of a new overhead mercury vapor

lighting system to replace the ex
istins incandencent liehts :

Chain Singh was awarded a con contract
tract contract after entering a low bid of

Mamie Eisenhower has a name-130.200 on alteration to th rvu.

sake roaming the Pacific today, Itoba! Freight House. The project
compliments of the. UJS. weather consists mainlv in the removal n

observers. A new typhoon located I a concrete platform, hood and
northeast of Guam was named 'stairs and the construction of a

Mamie.

tion officials pounded hard on

the theme that -defense and
missile spending would have to

take ; precedence' over any pai

ariced budget.
.Their remarks indicated

elearly the Administration is
preparing Congress and the

eouarery in case it finds it nec

en

Forllexi Year; Plus

Hike in Debt Limit

WASHINGTON. Nov. 22 (UP)-

Treasury Secretary Robert B.
Anderson refused today to rule out

the possibility that President Ei

senhower may submit a red-ink
budget next year and ask Congress

to raise the national debt limit.

- Anderson, making his first con

gressional ippearance since join
ing the cabinet, told the House
Small Business Committee that
balanced budget was "important."

He also said he would .make
"every effort" to live within the

275 billion dollar debt limit.

But he added that he was not

taking "an absolutist" attitude on

either question at this time. And
he made clear that he' would not

put. a balanced budget ahead of

adequate defense if a conflict

should develop between the two.

Anderson said he didn t want

T.o minimize the importance of a

balanced budget and paying ouf

debts." But he said "we have to
be realists, make choices, estab

lish priority. ... to accomplish
both a strong defense and a strong

.

economy.

Aske if he shared the fears of

his predecessor,. George M. Hum

phrey; mat continued brg spending

ana .iaxes would lead to a hair hair-curling",
curling", hair-curling", depression, Anderson said
he -did. not want to comment on
the budget while it was being nre

pared.'-

President Eisenhower warned in

his recent Oklahoma City. TV ad

dress that government Spending
next year would top, the current

72 billion dollar rate unless bigger
defense, outlays to. meet Russia's

missiles challenge were offset' by

on military strength or on what

we will do to enable tne united
States and the free world to a
void being pjaced in a position

where, we can be Diackmauecu'
World War I Hero

John K. Kelly

Dies In Florida

CHICAGO (UP)The body of

John K. Kelly, a winner of two

Congressional Medals of Honor
during World War I, was returned

here today for Dunai., x

Kelly, a roomer at a Fort

Lauderdale, Fla., boarding house,

died of a heart attack while
crossing a bridge there Monday

nieht. hut his body lay unidentt

fied in a morgue until Wednesday.

A brother of the victim, Michael
Kelly of Chicago said he believed
Kelly was the last surviving World
War I veteran to win two Medals
of Honor.

i?e

have been Incurred by the Unit United
ed United States, it Is argued, except for

xne canar presence in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. To char" tJ,n ,s,Twmm H

The brother said Kelly served

in the 2nd Marine Division, 6th
Regiment, and received one of his

Congressional citations from the

Navy and the other from the

Army,

The much decorated veteran

also was awarded three Distin

shed Service Crosses and several

decorations from other .Allied

powers.

Kelly had been in Florida about

two weeks and bad szz in ms
pockets when found. Police said
the onlv identification mark they

found was his name in uuc on
pocket of his trousers.

Treaty. Last year, congress au-

inorizea ; its construction, .na

President Eisenhower signed ,the

legislation at the American Embassy-here
while on' a visit to

Panama in July 1956.
An appropriation, of $750,000
was voted by Congress at its
session earlier this year for the
preliminary studies and design.
It is estimated that the com

plete cost of the bridge will be
in the neighborhood of $20,000, $20,000,-000.
000. $20,000,-000. It will be one of the highest

oridges in the world, since a 201-

foot, clearance will be provided
for ship traffic. The main span
crossing the Canal channel will

De a i,ooo- feet long.

Today Marshall said the prob

lem of which United States a-

gency would be paying for the
bridge was still 6somewhat of a

question."

He added that there would

probably be contributions from
"various sources."

With regard to a query as. to

Anol her idea is that these ex expenses
penses expenses should be paid by all
the American : people, since
-they are non.operatin.gr costs.
Up to now the two payments
made to Panama have been,
absorbed by the. Treasury. -,.
- Shinning lines s. resist -, bavin

bridge and annuity hikes.chara
ed to the-Canal; for they fear
this will Increase tolls. Canal

employes onnose it because thew

fear a rise in groceries and rents.

Kep. Marshall said today that
his committeemen are now on a
South American tour primarily
to find possible markets for UJB.
surplus agricultural commodi
ties. He said they were looking
for outlets in Latin America for
wheat, feed train and dairv

products produced in the States.'
"Panama is presently a good
market," he commented.

Marshall stated that Peru ariif

Chile were also- excellent coun
tries for reciprocal trade 8-

cause they need our dairy pf 6d 6d-ucts,
ucts, 6d-ucts, and "we use manv .of4h

what agency would be footing items they produce.".

PanCanal Builder

Col.M. E. Gilmore

Dies In Washington

new concrete platform and hood, savings elsewhere.

the Age oi 20,Bir

-By DOC OUICO

NEW. YORK' (UP) A man Is

sitting there in the security and
upholstered comfort of his own

home.- wondrous content and igno

rant, .-reading the papers and
being only mildly distracted by

the distant gunfire of a western

on TV. -

And then, suddenly, without

even the grace of a forewarning
whistle, the bombshell falls; -.It
had been so peaceful. And now...

Vi hat do you want for your
a wife ra be a

painful burden. This is one of

A new supply of this type of bond

- is now on had and are in the pro-, those times. Coming so suddenly

re? of preparation for delivery. I the question doesn't sink in st
When issued, they will show the jfirsf.
proper interest bearing issue data. I "ly what?"

i- "Your birthday," ahe )uyi.
"la ft-lhis week?". c -V
- "It's tomorrow, space dreamer.
Don't tell me you -even forget
your own birthday."-
Look. I not only forgot I
don't even want to hear it men mentioned.
tioned. mentioned. Can't we pretend it isnt
there?. Why does everybody fuss
about birthdays every year? I
dont care if I never have another

one. ,, .:y ....

"Why, you poor thing! I believe

you're scared ot getting old."

-
"Getting old? Getting, she says.

Look, two minutes ago, in my
ignorance, I was whippersnap-

young. I felt tine and beautiful. I
Now that I know what time it is
on the calendar, my joints grate,1

Are for the Gooney Birds

my mind wanders and totters,' I
fet Wire and mv

"O.K-, go ahead and dodder."
she says. "Only wise men know
that beauty of age. Remember
what Robert Browning said:
'Grow old along with me. the heat

is yet to be.-' -

'Oh yeah? If Robert Browning

fwas here I'd hire Ernie Kovacs

to let him nave a lemon meringue

pie rrght. in the- beard -covered

puss. Let me give you a quota quotation:
tion: quotation: 'Age is no cavse for vene veneration.
ration. veneration. An old crocodile is .still a
menace and an old crow sings not

like a nightingale Cagobert D.
Runes.

"Who, hi the name, of Confu

cius-say, is Cagobert D. Runes?" j

"I tioQ t know. Somebody left1

a book of his sayings on my desk
at the office. But he's a wise
man. I can tell that."
"AH right, now please cut' out
this reveling in a hog-wallow-of
self pity and tell roe what you
want for your birthday.
"Well you could cheer me up
by -taking, me to a nice, sexy
movie, with a luscious babe in it

hat might help."

"Just whe did you have in
mind?",
"Clara Bow, the girf. girf.-That
That girf.-That does it," she said. Do

you also want a pan of balloon
tires for your wheel chair?"

She brought it up herself, not

me. Birthdays after the age of
20 are far the birds. The gooney

birds. - r : 'ville. Pa.

WASHINGTON. Nov. 22 (UPW-

Funeral services will be held here

today or coi. Maunce c vjiimore,
veteran of the Spanish-American

war and the building of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal who. died Tuesday.

Gilmore. TO. a native of Sraerset,

Ky Was oae Of the few survi

vors of Col. Leonard. Wood's rough

riders. Second in command ef that
group was the then Lt. Col. theo-

dore tooseve?!,.

Coll Gilmore's mffitary service

also Included both the Mexican

campaign of 1914 and World War

h In .those wars ne rose, tronv. cap

tain to his retirement rank. -

Col. Gilmore served as an en-

ginner on both the Panama Canal
and Panama Railroad : projects

from 1906 through 1913. He aiso

served as engineer on a variety ef

projects in Latin America.
Survivors include Gilmore's
wife, Mrs. Mary Barnes Gilmore,

a son, Maurice E. Gilmore, Jr.,
and a daughter Mary E. Gilmore,

both of nearby Bethesda. Md.. and

another son. George of Werners-

tne Din tor tne increased an annuity
nuity annuity being paid to the Panama
government, (under the terms of
the US-RP Treaty), Marshall

said that this had not yet been

"fully determined."

Local sources explained that

one line of thinking has it the
Panama Canal Company should
foot the entire bill for the bridge,
and also for the $1,500,000 addi

tional annuity to Panama. Nei-

tner oi these expenses

Besides the air inspection Sikii

today, the Congressmen 3!is-
cussed Canal capacity probiam.
with the Governor and Lt. Oov Oov-ernor
ernor Oov-ernor Hugh M. Arnold inilhe)
model room at Diablo Hefihts

shortly before noon.

They are expected to 1mv

the Isthmus tomorrow after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, bound for Peru. The

will visit Argentina, Brazil ,nd-
Venezuela before headimr horn

would frl the middle of next month. '
fft

Segregationist Kasper Off To Pen;
Little Rock Negro Youths Fined

KNOXVILLE,' TENN., Nov. 22

seat of their car.

James P. Morgan, 17. was riven

a suspended fine of $51.50 for pos- -session
of two blackjacks. He was
arrested Sept. 23. Morgan testified
he put the weapons in hir car in
anticipation of trouble with stu

dents from Central High. He at attends
tends attends another white high school.
Another Negro youth. Willia.
Akins, arrested Sept. 23 at Horace

Mann Negro school, waa fined
$51.50 and a pistol confiscated. Po-

18 i lice arrested the youth after school

officials complained he was carry

ing the gun in classes.

-'it

(UP) Segregationist John Kas-

kci wvieij was AUius vj t iuuua

for myr. vacation" an 18-month
term in the federal prison at Tallahassee.

The rovmg racist left Knox ville

in the custody of federal officers
yesterday i. Hitler's "Mein Kampf"
and two other books under his
arm. He walked jauntily and quip quipped
ped quipped to bnlookers, "I'm going to
Florida for my vacation."

Kasper crew a total of

months for two violations of- an

injunction against interference

with integration at Clinton, Tenn.,

ed down.'

Meanwhile in Little Rock, Ar

kansas, six teen-aged youths were

fined in Municipal Court today In
connection with rioting during the
Central High School integration

crisis, i ..- i.

Thirteen other persons' arrested

at the school Sept. 24 were cleared

of snniiar cnarges y e t r d a y.fjsthmus over the weekend it was
Judge Harry C. Robmson warned announced today.

uie men w stay away irom we Di'weg will aUend the Con?re

school. .. . Irioanl hearines scheduled for t

Four Negre youths, picked up bv foiiowins two weeks.. He v ;i

police Sept 23, got fines ol $26.50 staying at the TtvcJ-guest hou?
each today. The fines were sus-, An informal err-rtion and f
pended.. 4tefetncr M P'r-nH
The boys, Freddie Pennington, DUweg and member5; of the

17, Sylvester Jay, 17, James Cot- sociatioo. It is rhf 1 f r i
ton, IS, and Nathaniel Washing-Friday evenin?. Nov. ft 8
ton, 17, denied knowledge of, a clock-ia the Fern K i r' f

hay hook" which an arresting of-voli. All members are
ficer said he. iound beneath the urged to attend. f,

Dilweg Scheduled
To Arrive Here ,:
Over The Weekend
v- -
La Vera R. Dilweg Washington

representative of the U.S. Cituer?

Association, win arrive on the



FRIDAY? NOVEMBER I!, 1957

riliE TWO
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Cam. adomm panamkkican. Panama
OFFICII 11.179 CBNTKAl AvtMUI TWKW 1fH NO 1ST JTtTa

POMiaM RcmCSKNTATIVKIfc JOSHUA B r-unsna. "w-
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TH& IS YOUK TOUUM THE READERS CWN COtUMN
;THE MAIL BOk

TRAFFIC
Blrt
wn, rfirt Jailbird (Mail Box.

hn hrA what people like Jailbird would call a lpng time. I

have owned quite a few cars since becoming a civilian compo compo-'
' compo-' nent on the Canal Zone. The most recent one I got about eight
years ago. and have driven it the equivalent of four times round

uu Olu worm, lucre ui wc
' MNotf lnceteansferrlng over
ago had I been stopped until
, from Barth Road via the detour
t o ctnn t.hprp and
jVi-'. mii t &n shP.Dish.

"Stop" sign with a sack over it, I went on with not too good a
,e?The same night, returning from fishing about 10:30, I passed
the: same sign again at a normal speed of aoout 25 mph and came
to stop of Santa Claus Lane. Then, as I was proceeding south,
a motorcycle cop pulled up alongside me and kept getting closer
tilf-I was finally forced off the road. From the look I got from
his I thought maybe I had run over someone. He finally got
off his motorcycle and put his hand on his gun butt. Maybe
thtt was to keep ft from flopping, but how was I to know that?
My. first thought was to defend myself. He gave me a stare which
waS nothing short of murderous. I have been over 30 years In
inZfnrm onri hftVA never before experienced anything like it. I

'dofft know who got the wires
waj mistaken I still don't feel

It eost me a nignrs sleep.
In the past three years I have come to know a two-toned
Poatiac usually containing about five or six people, which gen generally
erally generally passes me Just ahead of a police car or just behind one.
I have never seen the driver of this car stopped. He had a Z
io m th. trpntv wont into effect. Now he has a P plate. It

h.; -viqthtoh hi drivings habits. I am afraid of this killer,

t hoiian t.h fr r too.
,ir. ,.. whpn hp was waiting
Rriwir. hp is tJiB nasser everv
Kn. -1 iurfnrnt.pH inpjj t.hpv are

The brass should keep our patrolmen posted on what tranic
sign have been covered or otherwise taken out of effect. There
wag never a better policman on the road than George Nadeau.
HtTonce stopped me in Old Cristobal for a minor infraction. I
wn,oi him it wnnid npvpr haifoen aeain. The best lesson and

the worst chewing I ever got was
happened to me the otner nigni
be able to esteem ail me ponce
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SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir;

Jtv.p rtPPr Pftson beean Saturday. Nov. 16, and Ffank didn't

et but to get his buck, but he's out eany urn morning.
. i. rimu. nrnnnH tJirep hours yesterday huntln a prospeo-

tivi place and only Rw pn? doe and to kill it means $200 for
the game 'warden. He Is out good and early this morning, and
should be back soon with his buck if there is one to be had.
Since my return here, he has only missed one time. ,He has the

whole month to mane gooa.
. : t i.orf tha whooninir rfanp stamns that wilLbe out Nov

22 and l?ba W Jih wdej Jor 150 that should hold me "to aend
oul my Christmas greeting cards; ft
91 haven't been feeling to well for the past few day. Have

' a nain In my xlgni Kianey no
oldTittck that I bought 70 years
traffti arrtrtpntji

ara' taking a heavy toll of life, wlth planes in the lead. Flying
will never be afe tinUl they get a fuel that will keen them In

; th air perpetually, and our piant &o mues souwi ui Awmu
won't do it. . ,., . ..
Texas has most everything now, but because it s so big It
earl't keep It, but aasfa't a supply for the whole world. If there
were a few more Kockr Asphalt Mountains like we have, we could
build ns a highway to Panama. I see it s promised by 1960, and

I stlH hope to use it.
J it's a long time since I went to Boquete in 1944, and tne
. .un hrta ha vp been used un manv times.

'The weather man says we are going to get cold weather this
kwV will have olentv to do inside, so it won't bother me as

mufch. Mr. Hasklns at Laredo is complaining of the cold weath weather
er weather iiand can't see what causes it. It's that lake formed by the
Falcon Dam that has backed the water up to a little below La Laredo
redo Laredo 72 miles, and will cause more rins when the next dam goes

In t Delkeo. J
iTry to give you a better letter next week. I am doing my
best to reBeve my eyes and hope they hold out a little longer.
'Pop' Wright

HOW PASS THE STADIUM?
Sin
' w vviir let.t,er writers savs the new street by the Pana

m stadium Is "wonderful." It
waj, but driving on it Is a jumpy
rrtnglDanl Street.
I Then the Panama

come two-way.
yesterday I drove on it, from Franglpanl out towards the
highway, but was yelled at by at least three drivers shouting
"Una Via."
Believing what I read In the newspapers, I proceeded with
taition. No cop barred my slow way; and I came out on the
Highway without Incident. There a stop sign, for cars coming
from the way I'd been driving, led me to think my route was
legal.
Tell me, traffic men, did I do right?
Motorist

OF COPS AND COURTESY
s-
sic:
y Just a few words of condolence to 'Jailbird" (Mall Box, Nov.
191" He should not think he Is being picked on because he is
new here. Most of us oldtimers are used to minor violation warn warning!
ing! warning! and tickets. I get them every once in a while, and my wife
manages to get them every twice in a while. I suppose it Is a
tooi thing overall, but it certainly can be irritating.
; There are some fine gentlemen on the police force. But, as
In any organization, thtre are also those who cannot accept au au--
- au-- thority-consclous people on our Canal zone police force. I too
have been accosted by a couple of these Jerks recently and feel
certain that a refresher course in public relations would be good
tor them. Perhaps we should be thankful that they are in the
. minority.
As Jailbird suggests, it is a good idea for all of us to "review
, our situations." All the more so if we are in positions of author-
tty, and have dealings with the public.
. RXJ.

UNITED

Sir:
'All government employes In the Canal Zone, and especially
postal clerks, know that the United Fund is trying to take more
than Its fair share from us. If the didn't tell us what we should
rlve, but let us give the amount wV could afford, the Fund offi officers
cers officers would have come out on top.
-To all who did not get their postal raise, I say mark your
card with a big "Veto." Just as the postal clerks In the States did.
Vet Joe

11.10
4 OO
SAFETY
Nov. 19) write my letter? I have
-
from the Atlantic Side five years
a iew iuguts bu wucn vt,
from Corozal.
a. DOlloe car in back of me blast-
Looklnsr ud and finding the
crossed, but even if the policeman
good. That look is still with me.
The onlv time I have ever passed
for a red light at Mlraflores
time, safe or not. Solid white
all the same to him.
from George. If he knew wnat
ne wouw iurn in ma kic. uc o
as uigiuy s we mk
Stinker
cau iiaimy wib-. uc 1444 "-J
ago and found I have talked
on the road and in. the alt
does seem a well engineered road
business.

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Government announced It had be-

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Labor News

And
Comment
CHARLOTTE, NicT-They-tell
me mat the atate Ueit. nas ue
cared wido scctioas ui the souui
out 01 bounds lor roving Russian
diplomats. This puts tie Soviet
striped pants chaps at a dis
advantage, now tnev a have to
take an airplane to Miami Beach
instead ot driving 'iirougu country
side devoid of a thousand nu
ILieilA WlllUII LUUIU lUlil UUI
everxUHnj irom atomic locomot locomot-siveyto.iiuclear
siveyto.iiuclear locomot-siveyto.iiuclear space iifci.
About tht only idvaiiUst than
is to kitping rh Rutd'ant out
is that thoir diplomi tie pouchis
won't b mmtd with oniontKin
papor rtportt on how wo talk
a iot but 00 nothing. For years
industry ha boon screaming for
the chance to ketp the govern government
ment government out of the now cosmic and
nucloaV povrar field pot very
little is happening.
There are a uuxen committees
and sub r committees ready with
pians but no takers yet. They
Know just where they can pro produce
duce produce tne power, the lossil luel,
the sites and the labor, force lor
such projects as ship and air-
crait propulsion and space heat heating
ing heating irom atomic reactor for large
central heating systems supplying
complex of buildings and users
in heavily populated areas.
One ot these committees is the
Southern Regional Educational
Board which participated in the
Work Coruerence on Nuclear E-
ifergy held last summer in St. Pet Pet-erburg,
erburg, Pet-erburg, Fia. This group reports:
"In addition to power and fuel
industries, atomic developments
will also have a significant im impact
pact impact upon a number of other in
dustries. For instance, users of
large quantities of energy either
lor power or. tor heat, such as the
steel, aluminum, paper and pulp,
petroleum and other industries,
may be affected. Utilizatior of at atomic
omic atomic energy by power companies,
steel mills, ship and aircraft,
etc. requires a host of compo
nents, controls, instruments, safe
ty devices, boilers and heat ex
changers, and a number of sup supporting
porting supporting industries, a full fledged
atomic industry will out across
practically all segments of the
nation s industrial and business
life."
Atfter poring through reports I
inquired around about what has
been done. I learned that the
south's first atomic power elec electric
tric electric generating plant will bo bo-built
built bo-built at Parr Shoals, S. C.
This will cost all of $17,000,000
just about the take on a slow day
at Las Vegas. The target date is
1962, I was told. v
The Russians target date in the
area which I discuss now is, A 58-
1960. In addition to other vast tpns-
truction, the Russians report: r
Twelve research innuues will
be built within the system of the
Siberian branch between 1958 and
1960. They are to include a mathe
matics institute with a computing
center, institutes of theoretical and
applied mechanics, nuclear phy physics,
sics, physics, automation, tele-mechanics,
geology, geophysics and non or
ganic chemistry...
"Siberian power resources are
vast but her industry needs the
help ot science to progress more
rapidly. Therefore, the govern
ment has decided to set up a Sibe
rian Section of the Academy of
Science... as well as the Sakhalin-
sky Complex Research Institute
and the recently established In
stitute of physics in Kruno Kruno-parsk.
parsk. Kruno-parsk. ."
Compare all this with the slap-
happy way we're doing it. Talk to
those at the Southern Regional Ad
visory Council on Nuclear Ener Energy.
gy. Energy. Talk to the officials of this South
ern Regional Education Board
which did a full study of the po
tential of nuclear development, us
ing 2,000 persons, who went through
worK sessions at uak Ridee. Term.
Raleigh, N.C., and Aiken, S.C.
You'll find them loaded with
plans, but no plants. The Rus Russians
sians Russians have both. If we don't be begin
gin begin competing, we may find our ourselves
selves ourselves the newest, biggest satel satellite
lite satellite some day. It's happened in
other civilizations. It can happen.
here.
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THE BROADWAY LIGHTS
Curtain Time: The Broadway
week was ignited by the.footlight
realm's royalty a queen of the
theatre: and trince chi chi: Hel
en Hayes and Noel Coward. Her
majesty, ascended the throne at
the Morosco in "Time Remember Remember-ed("
ed(" Remember-ed(" Jean Anouilh's whimsical ex exercise.
ercise. exercise. The notices were honey-
drenched tot Miss Hayes and her-co-players,
Susan' Strasberg and
Richard Burton. .umtrere Aimn Aimn-son's
son's Aimn-son's bby-talk included: "It is
cTArcranus theatre all the way.
Other observers blessed with:
"Beadtif ul, -k wonderful, t deugnttui
nd nrhanflne'V itvThe minority
estimate was exprsed by critic
McClain's. '"The play meanders
much of the time . .Alter an
nhsenpB of 20 years. Noel Coward
(the prince of. the dahlin set) o o-pened
pened o-pened at the Belasco in his own
comedy, "Nude With Violin," a
major hit in London. The review reviewers
ers reviewers were generally more impress impressed
ed impressed with Coward, the player, than
Noel, the playwright. Critic Walter
Kerr's Noelcowardism : "It is de delightful
lightful delightful to have Mr. Coward back
in the theatre. If would even be
more delightful to have him back
in a play."
In the Wings: Int'l Newsman
Pat Joyce wires, "We thawt we
had the Commies driven under underground
ground underground and they wind up in outer
space!". .Eavesdropped about
Ratsellini: "Oh, well, I always
said he wasn't big enough to co-
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The Cinematic: "Don't Go Near
the Water," a merry splash, has
Glenn Ford commanding tne o.&.
Chuckles. Gia Scala is a lovely
Wave. ."Black Patch" has the
customary Western line up: Sa
loon, stagecoach, DanK ourgiary,
iailhreak and medihokrity. . Ger
varse," a French important, ex explores
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"Guns Don't Argue" concerns such
public enemies as John Dillinger,
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Ma Barker, Alvin Karpis and Joe
(Bore. ."The Flesh is -Weak';
would have you h'.eev that sin's
a vice. Big shkoop!; . ,"2ero
Hour" is a better-than average
airborne adventure. It is co-piloted
by Dana Andrews and Linda Dar Darnell.
nell. Darnell. ."Walk Into Hell" is some something
thing something you've slept thru before. .
"Sea Wife" sinks.
Stage Door: Nancy Walker, the
critics' pet Jbmmedian, lament
"They are putting me info, 1 cor cor-nor
nor cor-nor with all that praise about
scripts not being good enough for
m. I'm flattered and orateful for
Hie praise, but Jt klilsmy, showtJ
and novates me to thi status of
unemployment." Nancy's recent
musical was "Copper and Brass"
. .Husband David Craig (he
wrote the book and lyrics for the
flop) is reported defeated. lulls
chums he may iuit showbii. (Oh,
get up offa that canvas and fight
backl). .Eli Wallach and his
mate (Anne Jackson) are holding
out for a script in which they can
co-star. . .Barbara Perry, the
eyeful dancer in "Rumple," has
9th billing but she caught th re reviewers'
viewers' reviewers' eyes, anyway. Other at attractive
tractive attractive entertainers in it: Eddie
Foy, Gretchen Wyler and Lois O' O'Brien.
Brien. O'Brien. .Sidney Armus (the com
edy bad in the show, "Wish You
Were Hers") has a new role. He
is mairre d' at the Showplace in
G'wich Village. .. .Pat Boone de
bunks the report that he
shelved
classes at Columbia U. ovur
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ing average
H' in the honor
class
The Telebrities: Berle's re
turn to the scene of his triumphs
(via "Wide, Wide World") was the
teeveek's highlight. The reunion
offered a melancholy irony: The
medium he heloed teach how to
Walk, talk and breathe now has
no room for 'Mister Television
which this col'm nick-named him
in the yesteryear. .The second
stanza of "7 Lively Arts" was
livelier than tiie inaugural. pro
gram. .Steve Allen's sass-swap-ping
, with Cholly Ruggles Mt a s
someming you rareiy nnq on comji
edy,hows laughs, ( -rThe' nighty
time version of 'Tic Tac DoghJ
is a happy contribution to telebui telebui-zion.
zion. telebui-zion. .Lowelljr.ThQmasV "H i g h
Adventure" weht' exploring in the
wilds of New Guinea- That's al
most as perilour as (Broadway at
3 a.m. ... ."Voices in the Pog,"
a script-worn melo, djdn't exactly
Kill an hour, although" it left it
black-and-bruised.
Typiwriter Ribbons: James Gor
don Bennett: I have made mis
takes, but I have never made the
mistake of claiming that 1 never
made one. ,Anon: The days go
slowly, hut not the years;.. Mike
Todd: My greatest ambition is to
be able to afford to live the way
I do. .L. Heilgers: A woman
would sooner wear a Paris hat
than a halo. .Oscar Wilde: Plain
women are always jealous of their'

"fail-husbands; beautiful women never.

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Peter

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, WASHINGTON (NEA)- 'The
word around Washington is tha.
the White House is now getting
so much expert advice it doesn't
know what to do with H aij. ,,
1 This gag is inspired by the faci
that Dr. James R. KJHian of Mas Massachusetts
sachusetts Massachusetts .institute ol TechiioiO'
gy. just named as Eisenhower's ad
viser on scientific aifairs, is Spe
cial Assistant to the President No,
13.
You can run the count of ad
visers up to 33 If you include the
four Assistants to the President,
two secretaries, two staif secre
taries, three counsel,, four ad mi
nistrative assistants and five spe
cial assistants in the White House
of ice. ,. i'-...-vv r
THE POINT IS that "there ne
Ver was an administration is Was
ington which had so nj any "high
level staff members.
In 1952 President Harry S. Tru
man listed eight sta f assistants.
The count included' the first As
sistant to the President, ui. John
Steelman, three1 secretaries, two
counsel, two administrative as
sistants.
In 1944 President Roosevelt list
ed 14. His roster included Admir
al Leahy, as his chief of staff,
James F. Byrnes in charge of war
mobilization, Sam Rosei.man as
special counsel, Harry Hopkins as
special assistant, three secretaries
and five administrative assistants
with what FDR called "a passion
'.tT annnvmitv
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A RUN-DOWN ON the Dresent
setup list -will show the manner
in which respunsiUlitv has been
delagated, army style, so as to
leave the commannet-in-chief with
more time to make big decisions.
Gov. Sherman Adams, the As
sistant to the Prosidrrt and the
head of this staff, has a deputy
and two .dssisianu.
Gov. Adams also has five special
assistants who, are more or less
messenger boys around town, but
still important enough to get, their

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til son in

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names in .the congressional direc
tory.
President Eisenhower has a .se
cretary tor appoiatrnvnts and one
-or the press. James C. Hagerty

aas bandied the latter from the
Start. Bernard M. Hanley just re j
signed the former, job to run for se-
nator.in New Jersey. . J a
There is. a special counsel for
the President, Gerald D. Morgan,
with two associate counsels. ;
There is a secretary to.ihe ca- "i
binet with, an assistant Also a
staff secretary with lour, not count
ed in the .33 above, so it could
be made 38, if you want to, ',
Of the four admimslra.ive as- ';

isistants to the President, one is
in charge of liaison wish state
governments. Three' handle con
gressionar relations. ;
. THEN COME 13 OTHER special
assistants, before Killian. Their as as-sigments
sigments as-sigments are : .National Security
Council affairs; atomic energy;
speeches and national propagan-'
da: disarmament: public works:
intergoverna mental relations; avi aviation
ation aviation facilities planning; econo economic
mic economic planning in addition to the
regular three-member Council of
economic Advisers: foreign econo economic
mic economic policy;' Eisenhower Doctrine
for the Middle East; personnel po policy;
licy; policy; agricultural commodities: O-
perations Coordinating Board.-'
There used to be two moreThe
late Sen. Waster S. George, a soe-
cial assistant on foreign policy, has
not been replaced. Tracy-' Voor-
hees was consultant on Hungarian
refugees while this was a big pro-
mem.
TWO G.I.'S DIE
SEOUL, Korea ,(UP)-Two U.S.
1st Cavalry Division soldiers were
electrocuted Monday when a met metal
al metal pole they were moving fell
across, a live power line, the Army
announced today. The announce announcement
ment announcement said one of the victims died
instantly and the second died later
14. a hospital. ; 1 :

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Baptist College Choir Adds Ddrnbeat
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Germans, Italians
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ROME, Nov. 22 (UP)-West Ger

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I Lola 3751 miles southwest of Guam.

Winston-SAtEM. N. C. Nov. 22

(UP ) The college choir added a
downbeat to a religious song to today
day today and Wake Forest students be

gan jitterbugging across me cam

pus in protest against a c-apusi

cnurch ban on dancing.

' It was the second demonstration
m 12 hours on the new 20 million
dollar Wake Forest campus trans transplanted
planted transplanted here several years age
from the town of Wake Forest.

Last night, masked students r'ew

bugles, shot fire crackers ana
hurled toilet tissue.

The ; student were in turmoil
over a Baptist state convention de decision
cision decision to continue the ban on danc dancing
ing dancing on campuses of North Carolina
Baptist colleges. They took their
cue today from the college music
department' director, Dr. Thane
McDonald. McDonald and some
thers of the faculty obviously
sympathized with the demonstrat demonstrators.
ors. demonstrators. Watching the antics as they
swelled to near-deafening" propor proportions
tions proportions were some college officials
and a number of instructors. Some
smiled and none Interfered as the
demonstration continued into the
afternoon.
Today's demonstration was sup supposed
posed supposed to have been a secret. It
was set to go off at 10:15 a.m.
at chapel services. But before that
hour, the "secret" had spread to
nearly everyone on the campus,
includma choir director McDonald.

who planned the "speciaP' chapel

program.
After the students filed into th"
new chapel at 10 a m., McDonald
announced "We'll keep this short,

since we understand something
else is coming up at 10:15."
The students, one of whom- said
"This is the first chapel service

all year that everybody came,"

broke into lusty cheers and laugh

ter. They grew quiet with the play
mg of the. "Lord's Prayer" in its
customary manner.
"Now we'll give something a
little different in religious music,"
said McDonald, and the choir with
organ accompaniment proceeded
to speed up the next religious
theme to a danceable tempo.
McDonald followed with the
Wake Forest Alma Mater as the
students filed out in orderly fash fashion.
ion. fashion. But once outside, a group of
boys began to amplify, proceedings
with cheers for dance teacher Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Murray.
' Dancing gaily over the campus
were some 300 coeds dressed in
black sweaters with red paper let letters
ters letters D"' pinned to them the "D"
standing for "death to dancing."
"Wt WILL DANCE"
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On still another section of the
school grounds a group set up a
steady "We want to dance, we
want to dance," followed by "We
will dance, we will dance and
finally "Down with Canipe, down
with Canipe (outgoing Baptist
state convention President Dr.
J. C. Canipe)."
Next, a record player attached
to a loudspeaker blared forth with
rock:ii"r$ll songs. Several couples
started dancing, and the" crowd
milled close about tbem, hands
clapping. N '
Most college officials and in instructors
structors instructors near the scene praised
the students for their order, and
Dr." David L. Smiley, assistant
professor of history, called the en entire
tire entire demonstration "very,- very
orderly."
'Except for one-thing." he said.
"They're walking on the grass..'

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Friday,' Novr::r,r.i it, 1957.

Five
Proiaci
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Army Caribbean left Albrgot Air
Force Base by mats Pne yes yesterday
terday yesterday .morning lor Puerto Rico
tholf rwsrri fnr having liibmlt-
ted prize-winning-suggestion to
tne project rayairx iruaiary euu
test.
' T novtncr 'fni. ffvriav ull-ftX
pense-pald tour -were Sp2 Paul
. Bohrer, sic Ricnaro. i'aii--halt,
Pvt. Jacfc Rappaport MA
.' Earl Blevins. '
'. Another group of six enlurtea
' men was selected to take the sec second
ond second prize ttfp, a one-day fishing
- Thirteen Panama area soldiers
i were namea- a ,i
-first Project Paydirt contest in
this command. The project 18 a
Deoartment of the Army, pro
gram to increase the ellecttye-
.' i. nf armtf nnfmtionS' through
Mtnrt f aineestlons. The
Ideas' which they submitted are
estimated to provide yearly ben benefits
efits benefits in excess of $19,295. ;
Winners arer '
First MSgt. Bernard F. Bar Barman,
man, Barman, Signal Service who sug suggested
gested suggested revision of the USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB messenger service. This
represents hi g heat monetary
Ravings $9500 Is expected to ac accrue
crue accrue the first year and more
than $3250 each, year thereafter.
, Second- Bohrer, Signal Serv Service.
ice. Service. He suggested patch panel
which facilitates, checking; the
dial system -on certain signal
equipment. This has anticipated
savings of '$4427 the first yer
Third MSgt. William H.
Mandrell, Signal; Service, sub-
-first Idea was for waterproofing L
a coaxial tansioraw"
should save better than $2000 the
f irt vcftr ' s i
' Fourth-l-Blrrhalt., Jnter Ameri American
can American Geodetic Survey, jQtJPll
gested an improved method of
cross-indexing a suspense sys system
tem system for miMtary personnel ac actions,
tions, actions, Benefits ,of SlSOOyear
are estimated. 'tui
v Flfth-Pfc Richard J. Wwto.
Medical Platoon,.. 1st Batue
Group. He proDosed
.technique for medical lab tech technicians.
nicians. technicians. This idea ha been a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted throughout the command
and also was recommended to
I Department of the Army ior i-
mv-wide-impiemeniawo".
Sixth-Rappaport 55lst Engl
neer company, IAGS whc sug-
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tl0&nth-Sp3 William ft
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;w?tkin,0n her ?2'2mg
with horror -murderer Ed
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7..f. --.yi ';-fear,'
1 '"I "guess 'we discussed every
. .'murder we hsd ever heard about.
ffl told me .bout how the mur mur-"
" mur-" derer did wrong, what i mwUkes i he
i had msde. I thought it was inter-
4 esting." 4
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.Jdeiit Trts-.Jdeiit .George Me.ny, in wttM
upon theadministraUon to set now
to prevent "widespread trouble for
the American economy:
- "We csn't wait for an economic
: bust -The basic unresolved ques ques-l
l ques-l tion ot matching Americans cpn-
suming abUity with her productive
-) ability must be met.
' LOS ANGELES Attorney AJL.
Wirin, who was issued a passport
1 by the State Department to enter
I Red China and North Korea to in in-i:
i: in-i: terview witnesses in the Powell se:
'". d"A. f.T. I know I'm W first
. living American tS be granted a
5 pssport to Red China." t
I I WOODBURY Ky. Mm., tnk
' Neighbors, resident of this south south-,1
,1 south-,1 western Kentucky town cut off by
' floodwaters: J
( "Luckily this is the first day f
' i the hunting season, and as -long
i as the. rabbits hold out well be
fin line shape.- J '"
' r; i CHICAGO Secretary of State
v Dulles, on the possibility of an at-
tack on NATO forces in Europe:
"Of course certain kind ..';
' tack call for counter-attac M
American troops were in the area
the field, tcoraniandet j would r r-kpond
kpond r-kpond immediately."
f Initiation Monday
By Cassiopeia
! Lodge In Colon

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t't The initiation of a number ofi
Candidates into the Loral Order of i
Ancient. Shepherds will be the
. pnncipal item on the agenda of
the Cassiopeia Lodge -fie. 288, L.
O.A.S., Monday night at the Court
Brock Lodge Hall in Colon. t
Due to the number of eandl-i
dales to be admitted." all active
members are being urged to be.
present it 7:30 p.m., to assist in
tne pfr.'orrr.ance of the ceremony..

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12th-3p2 Albert C. Stillson,
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13th Sp3 Jameg M. Osswald,
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meat cutting tables to prolong
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14th MSgt. Argie Taylor,
HToHlnoi .(Unripe.'- nronosert ." A
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' Two of the men whose sugges sugges-tlonsn
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Their Itinerary Includes sight sight-mmr
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Th firf. nrm winners in tne
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A second Project Paydirt con contest
test contest for enlisted men of USAR-
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Plastic and Leather BELTS
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Xni PANAMA AMERICAN -r AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Soci a ( a nd Otli e,
Ornaments
Giristmai.
erwi&e
ter

!,- w Tlbb Barrett, will speak on "The ; Ml-
X .7.LBVrhS5. he Se. A Which w.lUoy-

c K.hka er wiae-aspec's oi uie .oceana,. m-
- Mr Vireil E Tibbs of Pontiac, iluding tides.-currenU," ; and tbeir
-.."H ... JV: '..mv. M.Sot ., n d eiiect on our live. ;

i1: rortl Mr;; Barrett, i. employed a.

1 iologist by the Inter

a

American

Mr Tibba wai stationed on' the, topical Tuan Commission a n d
Atlantic de; from 1M1-43. iVilt bringxamp es -of-iisLy fish
AUanuc oiue, "" ni nana n ontlnn inif npf onAirrknhir

,' Dec

HV will be on the Isthmus until eggs, plankton, and oceanograpnie
flO Wl" v C. cm nmanf wh fh in iluri in this

This program marks the fortieth

J:cture erven, at tne flaiDoa ym

Dried And Exotic
" Materials -Will-
Tn a -...Mkmavnla

Dried I and exotic materials wUI OA-USO, concerning outdoor adven adven-lorK
lorK adven-lorK tha medium for arrange-tiring in Panama. None of these
' Ss to be considered at both toty programs have been repeat-

of me i lower mmr ....iZ

WIHHI ffTCll UlUOUHtCf LUC vriuc T
riety of things to do in Panama's
Out-of-doors.

These programs arc provided for

tne general puouc tree of charge.

mentsvCourse at the Balboa YM YM-!
! YM-! CA-USO on Monday, at a.m. and
' again at 7 p.m.

enr submitted

CJftUll ii ----
for consideration will be carefully
' J studied by the instructor, Mn.

i Pat Morgan, and many neipiui

This session Dnngs

!the course. one step nearer the
' Flower Show on Dec. 9 and Will
be of great help to those planning
Ho enter the Show.
' Bsrratt 'Ta Ind
i Y's Outdoor
. Advonturo Srl
This coming Tuesday, at 7:30
' p.m. will be the final program in
" the current Outdoor Adventure Se Se-'
' Se-' riea at the Balboa Armed
Services YMCA-tTSO Mr. Izadore

(Continued on Page

RESTRICTIONS LIFTED
VIENNA (UP) The first news newspaper
paper newspaper stand to sell western news newspapers
papers newspapers in ; Communist Romania
will be opened shortly in Bucha Bucharest,
rest, Bucharest, it was reported today. The
Romanian Daily Scinteia said the
"special stand" ; will sell oapers
and magaziznes "from France,
Austria and other western count
tries."

CHRIST CHURCH-BY-SEA
f.-.V" Colon '''?.ifV?.!--i
On Sunday, Harvest Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving Services will be conducted at
Christ church By-tbe-Sea, Colon's
Episcopal Parish Church. The'
observance begins with Holy Cpm Cpm-munion
munion Cpm-munion at 6:00 a.m., which will Ye
followed by sung euthanst 1 and
sermon' at 9 a.m., a apwiai service
for the presentation of gilts by

the pupils of the Church School

at 3 p.m., and 'the closing service

of solemn evensong at. 7:30 p.m.

preachers "will be tne Kev. J. Pe

ter Farmer; rector ot the Church,
and the Rev. Samuel VVa'den, who

win deliver tne sermon at the nisht

service. The' ordination of Walden
as a deacon of the Episcopal
Church will take place ir St.

Luke's Cathedral, Ancon, tomor

row at 9 a.m.

Part of the harvest celebration
will be presentation of a concert

oi beautiful music In the church
on Monday at 7:30 p m., opening

with an anthem by the Christ

Choir Uuild.

Thanksgiving Dinner on Thurs

day, which will be a holiday in
both the Repub ic of Panama and

me canal Zone. The dinner wm De

served in the patio oi ennst

Church Academy from 5 to 8 p.

m. j

Reservations may be made through

members of the Woman s Auxiuar

YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS
''V. '' at :'
? MOR R I SON'S
4th of July nd "J" St.

w.v.-

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TJ US ABOUT! t y.

BordenV'Rich Roast'Mhe NEW Instant Coffee

that gives you DEEPER coffee flavor. Try it!

T

The artist to be featured this-

year will be Norman Slade, who

studied music locally with Mildred

uems and Hans Janowitz and

continued his training at Tulane
University, where he obtained his

a.- a. degree' majoring in music

Made is also a camnoser and will

render some of his own 'composi

tions ana a Droun of niann nin

oy unopin. miss Lonstancla Bell,
mezzo-soprano, will sine one of

&aioe s compositions. y ,: -i
Other outstanding artits ap

pearing on the program will be
Misss Mazie Headley, of Panama

city, tne very Kev. Mainert J. P

ter son and the Rev. Allan R. Wentt.

Before his appointment to St

Luke's Cathedral. Dean Peter on.

a former music teacher, was direc

tor of Christ Church Ch ir r.uiM

wnue serving the parish as rector,
and Fr. Wentt was his baritone

soloist before leaving for the Unit-

ea Mes to study for the ministry;
Accompanist will, be Percival Tho Thomas,
mas, Thomas, Mrs. Virginia Woods Petter Petter-son
son Petter-son and Slade, Handel K.' Law Law-son
son Law-son will direct the choir.
The Woman's Auxiliary of Christ
Church Parish wilt sponsor a

' UNION CHURCH
Margariis

' The every member canvas5of

the Union Church of the Canal Zone

enters its third week on Sunday

At the morning service of the Mar

garita Union Ciurch; WUber ;v u.

Bowen, chairman of the 5 finance

committee will give a progress re

port lor the Margarita cjurch

Members who have not pledged

dv next sunoay wm De visitea oy

teams of solicitors on dec, 1 and

following, in keeping with i the ec

clesiastical year Rev. meooore
Franklim has entitled his sermon

"The Eternal Judee." ;

The Junior Fellowship will meet
at 5 p.m. under the sponsorship of

Mrs. Fay Brown and Mrs. James

llagan. The Junior young people

will brine to a climax a bible quizz

in which they have been engaged

lor several months.

At 6:15 p.m, the Youth Fellow

ship will have a thanksgiving pro.

gram. Gary Irvine will be in charge

of the devotional and Beckt Mc Mc-Leod,
Leod, Mc-Leod, Mollie Engleke, Frank Mc-

tieod ana Keith Kenway will speak

on tne subject "i or This l Am

Thankful",

On Monday night the Men's Fel

lowship will hold its monthly aup

per at 6:30 p.m. At the program

iouowing srev. J. W. Lnnlcemann.

secretary of the American Bible

Society, will speak about his work

and travels in Central America.

The women of the church meet

Tuesday night to hear Mrs. Walter

Keitz. methodist missionary in

Daid. Mrs. Harry butz will lead
the devotional and the Mesdames

Noel Gibson, Carl Newhard i and

George wertz will be the hostesses.
The church's annual thankssiv-

ing service will be held Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. Special mu music
sic music will be featured. The pastor
will give a short devotional The
public is invited to share -in this
service.

I Now I sleep all night
V since baby's free of jj
VdiapemslroA

t Moxsaa frvonta Dlator Rash -i
Hospitol-Provad In over 15
f Caaaa Teatod
Mcuaoantci itch.ttiagof diaporruh,
and utcd afUr avry cbanfc, prevents
ithaat rah, chafe, tool Medicated,
abiorbent, cliot cIom.
MEXSANA
it PICA TBDPOWDtK

Sinai Campaign

Quiets Border
Of Egypt Israel

WEW YORK. Nov. 22 -i(UP)

One of Israel's top army officers

said today ithat (he relative calm

along the Egyptian-Israeli; border

was a result oi tnei sinai

campaign. ;
. Gen.. Yaavob Dori, first Chief of

staff of the Israeli army, praised
the; results of the 'Israeli "sweep
through Egypt's Sinai Peninsula

last year. '. t

"The. Egyptians are afraid of

any incidents, and I believe the

situation there will remain stable
for some time," he said.f
Dori arrived here fromf 'Israel
for a two-months und raising tour

for a Haifa school.

Fanciful, Christmas decorations

you'll make and buy rise, to new

neights this year. Bright,, sparkl

ing ana amusing decorations will

ceiling in fron of mirrora -and

mantels. r ,-

If ill ;;J&m
I 1 ss
i
tv 'i
4;j

I rlstmas card tnin tu

' ?0v' JceB riding on backa,
I cardboard mndX. I-

Even more" earthbnnnrf' Hpinr

tions -carry a feeling of lightnesa

and charm to dazzle the children

and the .grownups:- Although there

ia no iacK oi super sophisti

cated ornaments, those that will

Captivate most Of US ar thn trenh

and gay contemporary interpreta

tions oi, iraaiuonai motiis. 1

Included m the hahein Ac

orations are spectacular i wire.

netting bells' and globes sprayed
gold 'and laced with musticolored
ribbons and Christmas balls. Three Three-dimensional
dimensional Three-dimensional snowflakes in shin

ning silver and gold suspended in

ironi oi mirrors ofc mantels move

with the slightest breeze.

Use- of- heavyweight metallic

foil on cardboard for these snow-

flakes and simlart desgns in

leaves', bells, faceted "jewels," an

gels and the like bring lots of

sparkle -into home decorations at
a modest cost. Manv can also be

packed: fiat for storage.
Candles,, a time-honored part
of Christmas decorating,- abound

and
and

this year in lovlier shapes
designs than ever. Gilded

decorated with wai !L' fruit.".; with

snowflakes: and tiny stars,' these
torches blazer their holiday greet greetings.1
ings.1 greetings.1 Candle 'trees'" include mo modern
dern modern brass, standards set with fat
little candles in brass cups and tall
taper arrangements in brass with

removable arms in different colors

to cuit one's fancy. ,'
Italy and Scandinavia contrib contribute
ute contribute their quota of delightful orna-'
ments. From Italy come whimsical
hand u blown glass tree decora decorations
tions decorations "of 'figurines taken from chil children's
dren's children's stories and tiny twinkling
flower lights. Wood imports from

Scandinavia are brought up to date

with new jcolor combinations.? v
, Christmas cards add a bright
message to the holiday tree tanks

to three dimensional designs with

hang up strings to Joop over

branches. New holders for cards

are perky ..young, reindeer with

space on their backs fro child's

treasured collection of aeasdi'

venues. s i

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Unusual shaDM M(.. - .,

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three m m7L .7" "0" "w 1

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STIAINID FOODS
Neurlihlns, lady vege vege-eblei,
eblei, vege-eblei, fruitt, puddingt,
owpi and egg yelk-

iUMIOI rOODt-Theie
diced fraHt, vegelaalet
and imee aeddingi are
bed for alder kekiefc

L

JUNIOt MUTtNevrhhin
mat ta kelp older aWe
aow itreng. Maah ere edtdly
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rti-cooKW eiiuu-st-piy
add mUk or fermtlo and
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they're all so very good
Your baby will love the tempting variety of nourishing
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family is washable acrylic,
fiber car robe ; in its own
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Gold

! multi-colored ribbon and shin

; int; nans nngs in season.

i

A homemade adaptation of ae

rial decoration is a jolly Santa
sailing around the world in his

balloon. He can ride alone or be

posed over a cardboard village,

his basket stuffed with tiny pack

ages, fcasy to make, the basket

is a cheese container covered with

wrapping paper and trimmed with

holiday tapes. This e- joined to

biown-up bauoon with ssasneen

ribbon streamers, taped in place

' and aurjened witn ten i n g

straws, banta can be a reaHv-made

figure or improvised.

l or the .village, use. toy? houses

and figures or let the children

make them from -boxes and shirt
cardboard and construction pa paper.
per. paper. With new double-faced ad

hesive cellophane tape it's easy
to stick construction paper to a
box. Windows can be drawn in

or cut from paper and taped on.!

To get a baste house snap,- use

small: box. bend a shirt card-

Hoard to form a roof and anchor

with tape. then cover with paper.

Triangular trees can be cut from

green paper, t"

? "The MothTalked-Atout Gift Store' S
Sy v; t'on the Uthmus 5

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FUMES FATAL TO TWO
Atlanta: xhj up 4- Two

deer hunters were found aaphyxi aaphyxi-ated
ated aaphyxi-ated in their tent near' here

Wednesday. A third was ; uncon unconscious.
scious. unconscious. Police said the two died
from fumes of a charcoal stove.

The survivor was taken to m hos

pital for treatment.

you

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for 24 hours
with r.iaur.i

the doctor's'
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17-I3AY, NOVEMBER K, 1957

aUI PANAMA AMERICAN AS. INDEPENDENT DAIIT NEWSPAPER

f AGE KSTI.1

Buddy AAprrovy's
Boost For Jazz

'A

msiiv. iau artists ml lm-

. p liarf vulgarize thair par par-frmn.
frmn. par-frmn. Why r bumbpt ahd
grinds mctssary to fall, iazi,
.wbik'lf raaily an art. farm?
Dses Picass hava to fcump
itni grind al hit paintings?"
This Morrow, as, you can see, is
i mas who Jove music and thinks
it. should be treated respectfully,
he's been in it mainly as a
trombonist r and 'orchestra leader
i-for 28 of his 3t years. He start started
ed started playing when he was 12., And
he's been on the road for years
and years and still loves it.
"Tne only thing I've done," he
says, "is that nowadays, I don't
take as much with me. 1 used to
' take a tape recorder, c record
player, records, golf dubs, two
suitcases and a briefcase.
"It cost me more for bellhops
in a hotel than for the room."
The new (roadway muiutil,
"Carefree Heart," doesn't open un until
til until next month, but already the
music It being recorded in. large
doses. Six tunes! from the score
by retort Wright and Gtorga
Ferret have been cut by artists

Walk.! Svhri Svirii. Johnny Dea-j Elder L. Catherwood, overseer
(Z!?T V'lT' Z? j ( thP Peiitennatal Faith Church

nmua im wr. nuu - :- ...in
w-n, k.. .niin .i.lof God churches in Panama, will

bum t "Carefree Heart music, ordain Wesley Phillips to the min

i.-2. ii- -l. I Phlllint 'tva hnrn in tha Island

vpmm .n-wop-.. of JamVica, B:w.,He attended.

; Tenyv FaifeW 22-year-old son, the H. W. elementary s c h o o
guy, his signed a recording con- where he received his early edu
' T.Vf wk ui.. BrA. nrnnv cation. Later he attended the Bux

M wilt rrmrinft th. Ar oh ihn toil Collm: 111 the yaf 1950 He

i.;. ul- JL vii .u.. 1 lwant- tn tho TTnitaH States where

- Ilia yvj vuial pw iu iiucOi T.e-i T VT

, f Mlteh IMUV complete trith stitute aand received; two irears of
beard-ami afttlfceti freak ban ChrfcUail education. lt

:vu .rniiiintj milt f nnnm. nas lie came iv iub

.;.Ueiil mm .M-MetatMainiai AIVgirI 9 ff O. Islirifltf Which tilllA ilf?

"Anchors Aweifih" and the "Ma- has been engaged m religious

rinm rum Uimn Th... in nnf work in the citv of Colon.

on Tsal through the usual chan- The Ordination will be held at
nelat howiver.-Miller' did it as a the Christian Mission Church, 25
gesture of help for the campaign st. West, ChomlloVfThe public is

j iw er?ci a navy marine vorps mrneu. 4
Memorial stadium all proceeds At this same service, Alvin L.
from the sale to go to this fund. Bourne and Leith Phillips, w 1 1 1
Van Mt Mwrl I mnA hln Ka est aif)t ffl the WOrk Ol an EX"

too), by donating $1 or -more 'to porters and Millicent Emptage to

ut xvarr-Minne coros Memorial tne worK 01 ieacwirea

1.

s V'l DICK-KLIINIR

1neVV0K! (NEA) Buddy

v morrow u odvuiui w

r serves a helping hand, despite the

r- lact thaV WI wue nsiena iu,"
iayrH idunds.like the band U A
; tuning lip. Greater determination I

it&Tgreat bk- Ineludeil

, quite a few modern iaz
ntr And when there playing
. nn 4h. .tanI RnHdv lets them

' kiv fhr.v it a modern aoloi Ruddr Morrow

ence in a while.! But not too often Sudium, P. 0: Box 7T7, Annapo-

f. -','1 could empty a room m m Md. i -hu.ii.iK
hv enim oroaress-1

iv h. jtiva: .' I. nirar'S PICKS: Etatna Dunn;

'What he'd, like to do. in, .give a L gnipeiy tap dancer, Joins the
moderhi-jazi concert a eoupje or ranks new gingers with a good

-, wreo uraes:'. wcc.. v"-,inumDer on uoi, r vmuw-v -f
i rimisifrrn creatti a nee-atmo Iwicn" ntw- Joev' Sone"

vanhere. Hive .'i modern jaza tf v jM cV.i.m.n. RCA): "The i rTin

chance to be heara.j ia pleasant
' surroundings.
."It's a crhrieV-h says, "that
, the oaly place in New York where
a person can bear really good
' modern jaia" is a crumby cellar,
f till .of.. riff-raff and marijuana
srnokrs." He didn't rame this
s enticing Joint, k.-:, r
N i "ArJ It'. rim fKar

Star' (Dsn Jones, mum;;

Love You Whoever You are'

(Bing Crosby, Kappn "buiamg
Angel" (Tha Colts, Antler); "Say
vot,' (rui ShBrd Gee): "Twi

light In Tennessee" (Jane Harvey,

Roulette); "Drutwooo" m a ipn

Marterie, Mercuryj; never xui

Wmii" f fiarrJait Mac Hi CamtOl).

Stanee thines 8omg on on new

pop albums ewy uomoanw

Lawrence Walk recording jazz as

such. Lombardo, on Capitol,
swings Tightly and pleasantly on
"The Lively. Guy." Welk, on Co Coral,
ral, Coral, transports his champagne mo mo-i
i mo-i tn nw Orleans on "Lawrence

Welk Plays' Dixieland." Welk has

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Cristobal High

chol Presents
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J TMAvt utadneadav evening

bat High school students will

sent their urn mree-aci r
;h year. "The Loud Red

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Harvest Dane

On Thanksgiving Iva.

Royal Palm Chapter No. 2, order,

Sen. Eastland Sees
Communist Interest
South Of Border
WASHINGTON; Nov. 22 (UP)-

Chairman James 0. Eastland said
todav that his Senate Internal

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p.m. until 1:00 a.m.. Music will be

furnished by the. Royal Sultans.

het-ups win 00 lurnished. free.

B.Y.O.L. and there will be a door

prize. Dress will be semi formal.
Tickets are pirced at $1.50- per
rerson and are available from a-

rrreshman, Lesley Berger has;iy member of Royal Palm Chap-

ha role of Rosalie riannigan; j ."b vriuy

jTht play will be ataged ia the
auditorium. Admission will be 75
ents for adults, 25 cents for chil-

en year old girl. Beverly Brown Brownie
ie Brownie is .seven year old Rita Flan Flan-ni
ni Flan-ni fan. Juniors in the play are

Claire White as Maggie Flannigan

ih elrl in love. Bill Hayes acts

ihe role of the free loader Mr.
ifinnegan. Leroy Werlein is Rich Richard,
ard, Richard, Mary Flannigan's boyfrined.
jLast but not least is Pat Lason
land Mrs. Galleys, a widow maid
W Mr; Flannigan's family and
chasing Mr. Finnegan. Judy But Butler
ler Butler is Mary, a helpful sister to
.Maggie Helping her to ger mar mar-tied.
tied. mar-tied. Chuck Crawford acts as
Ralph Penrose, who is Maggie's
boyfriend. The Loud Red Patrick
is none other than William Lawrence.

y, telephone 3-1231; or Margari Margari-ti
ti Margari-ti Florist, telephone 3-1916. Tick
cis may also be purchased at the
coor the evening of the dance.

STALIN STATUE CONE

whether
Stated

Th MississiDDi Democrat said

mm nf the testimony in the com

mittee's latest report strongly in

dicates communist interest In

Latin America.

He said that Dr. Vladimir Por-

ensky, president of. Nlo, an anti anti-red
red anti-red Russian underground organi-

t at i in West Germany, testified

that the Russian embassy staff in

Mexico has 900 people.

These Deoole can t all De aip-

lomats," Porensky testified.

Porensky said ne gamea nis in information
formation information on Communism in South

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NBA 8errlce

MOSCOW (UP) A seven foottamerican from the anti-Communist
bronze statue of Stalin has been Latin American crusade.
removed from its nromlnent nnsi- He said that the organization

tion at the entrance to Moscow's still was not very strong

"but

main air terminal at vnukovo

Aimort. it was disclosed today

The statue was one of the last of
many which adorned the city, but

which have gradually disappeared
since the downgrading of the for former
mer former Russian dictator.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

. VThe public is hereby notified that the HINDUSTANI SO SO-,
, SO-, CIETY'S MOVIE, "BASANT BAHAR." will be shown at the

k"; TROPICAL THEATER Sundav morninar at 9:30 on Nov. 24.

duetto the CENTRAL THEATER fire.
' .. SECRETARY
! HINDUSTANI SOCIETY

thpv are erowine stronger because

the people realize the danger of
his infiltration."

WILL SELL NICKEL PLANT
WASHINGTON, (UP) A govern government
ment government offirial said Wednesday
about 20 American firms have

shown a "definite interest" m buy buying
ing buying or 'easin th-" h"ie U. S. S.-owned
owned S.-owned Nicaro nickel plant in Cu

ba. Ira O. Pvnon. social assist assistant
ant assistant in tiie General Services Ad Administration,
ministration, Administration, said the government
hopes to be ready to ask for for

mal bidding on (he plant "some

time after the first of the year."

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South was pleased with the

dummy and the opening lead.
He let the jack of clubs run a a-round
round a-round to Wa queen and led a
spade. He finessed the Jack and
East won with the king and re returned
turned returned the deuce of hearts.

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hrart came back. South won

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have real trouble picking up his

ninth trick. He could count tnree

hearts, two clubs and one aia

mond and saw no possibility of
getting any more tricks in those

suits. Hence, he needed tnree
sDade tricks and that "meant

that he would have to endplay
East.

South did it quite simply. He

cashed dummy's ace or nearts

and led a diamond to his king.

Another diamond play gave East

a chance to cash two tricKs in

that suit but declarer simply dis

carded the nine of hearts and

three of snades from dummy

whereupon East was thoroughly

endplayed.
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bout a-bout luck but there was no luck
Involved. South was my son Jim
and he had counted the hand
out as follows:
East obviously started with

only one club. He also held five.

spades; His heart play showed
either three or four hearts. If
he held three hearts he would

also hold four diamonds which;

was the actual ease.
If he held four hearts the dia diamonds
monds diamonds would have to break
three-three. If West won the
third diamond lead he would be
down to club and would have

to put dummy back In with the
ace: Then a fourth heart lead

would throw East In for the

same endplay.

If East won tne tnira mamona

Herbert Hoover
Says High Schools
Fail To Eiducate ;

NEW YORK, Nov. 22 (UP)-

r ormer resident Herbert Hoover
tonight blamed the American hi eh

school system for the shortage of

university graduates m the scien
tific and engineering professions.

It took Russia's SDUtniks "to

awaken the- country to certain

The facts of life. Hoover said.

were that although high schools
were turning out more graduates
than ever before, they were not
preparing 'youngsters for the; en entrance
trance entrance requirements which must

De maintained bjf institutions
training scientists and engineers.
"In my v'ew5 the former presi president
dent president said, "there is a fundamental
weakness from the too prevalent

high school system of allowing a
13 or 14-year-old kid. to choose

most of his studies. .a young

ster's first reaction : in school

is to seek soft classes, not

the hard work of science and
mathematics." :-v

Hoover spoke at a meetinir f

the United Engineering Societies
called for the promotion of a new

national headquarters ; for A the

engineering profession,

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Morrison's Book Department

has received the following books
and Items for Stamp Collectors:
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780,000 Hew; Cases

Of Influenza

Reported In U. S.

WASHINGTON. Nov. 22 HIP U-

The current epidemje of influenza,
including the new Asian strain,
"probahly" has reached its peak
in some parts of the country, the
U.S. Public Health Service report reported
ed reported today.
The service said 780,000 new flu
cases were reported or estimated

in 36 states for the week ended

inov. 16, a drop of 320,000 from
the previous week.
They brought to a total of 6,630, 6,630,-000
000 6,630,-000 the number of flu cases since
the outbreak of Asian type last
summer.'
The health service also said the
number of eaths from influenza
and pneumonia in large cities had
declined. There were 782 deaths
reported from those causes in 108
cities during the week ended Nov.
16, a decline of 13 per cent.
"There are several indications
that the peak of the current epi epidemic
demic epidemic of influenza probably has
been reached insome parts of the
United States." the service said.
In the past two weeks, it said, a
number of states had reported or
estimated fewer cases of influenza
than in the previous two or three
weeks. It added that some states
reported that absenteeism among
school children and indnvial
workers was down to normal.

Tennessee Judge

Overrules Dad. Son

Gels Transfusion III

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UP) Ju

venile Court Judge: bam uavis
Tatum today overruled religious
objections of a' father and told
Baptist Hospital;! ; it could give
blood transfusions to an injured
12-year-old boy.
Tatum ssid .that" ..James O'Dell
(Imvm was "neelieent" In pre

venting the hospital from admin administering
istering administering blood to ; Ronnie Jraves
who was injured Monday when
wind damaged the Sylvan Park
school here

The elder Graves, a aevoui

nomivr nf Jehovah's Witnesses,

said it was against his religious
belief for the boy to have blood
transfusions. , j

Tatum ruled following a near-

ing that me. nospuai cuuw, givo

the blood n oinciaisvaeciue

it is necessary to Baving tne

w lifpr or to Imorovmg nis

health or speeding bis recovery.'
Doctors said the boy was in
serious condition and that while it

was not a matter of Uie ana oeain
the boy "is not out of the woods

yet."

"it's hi decision, not mine,1

Graves said following latum

ruling.

Graves entered tne courtroom

with a Bible opened at a verse
which he quoted a3 saying "that

ye abstain from meats offered to
idols and from blood and from
things strangled Up..."

victor .1. Coleman, overseer of

the Jehovah's Witness group here,

said that if Tatum ruled against
Graves "he is taking the full
blood guilt of the child."

Ronnie sufferea a com

pound fracture of his leg when
the school was damaged Monday

and went into surgery.
"All I have to go on is instruc

tions we are all supposed to go

by," Graves said m refusing per permission
mission permission for the transfusions. ""It's
God's word. It wasn't my law,
just one I was to abide by. I
would lose my life everlasting to
receive blood and that's true of
my son too, so long as he is un

der my jurisdiction.

Rosenbergs Gave US Secrels
On Satellites To Russians

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HEXHAM, England, Nov. 2V

(UP) The Hexham Council today
ordered 50 new chairs for its mem

bers because councilmen were get

ting too fat for the old ones.

THE WEATHER WELL!
WAHPETON. N.D., (UP)-WitK

refreshing candor, the Junior

Chamber m Commerce described

how it plans to go about extolling

North Dakota's -beautiful" weath.

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' PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 22 (UP)
Two top imprisoned Soviet spies
disclosed today that Russia ob obtained,
tained, obtained, U. S- secrets on earth satel satellites,
lites, satellites, ; atom-powered ; planes and
anti-missile 'weapons "without

sweat, and tears", from executed
espionage agent Julius Rosenberg
and his wife and other agents.

Robert Morris, counsel for the

Senate Internal Security subcom

minee, reported the disclosures to

a subcommittee heannfl here after

vismng con yAx t e d spies David

ureengiass, Rosenberg's brother-

in-law. and Harrv .-: Colri at th

Lewrsburg, Pa., federal prison

earner roaay.s" if-Jw;.
The subcommittee,! which opened
its hearings here today also1 heard
testimony from 9 former Russian

lieutenant colonel that the Russt

ans vkidnaped more than 2,000
German scientists after World
War II and put them to work on
Soviet oroiects. .a,' ..

Mnrris id fimentiiM inM him

that Rosenberg and his wife, Eth

el, who were electrocuted in Sing
Sing in 1953 for espionage, had
turned over to the Russians secret

information on development of an
anti-missile program which they

obtained from an agent working

on the program.

Greenglass also said Rosenberg

told him m New York 10 years

ago all about the earth satellite,

or space platform, which Rosen-

bere described as a "closed vessel

rotating round the earth."

Relayed A-pian Stcrtts

Morris said' Greenelass also dis

closed that. Rosenberg relayed to
the Russians secrets about devel

opment of atom powered air

planes.

Morns would not say when the

information was stolen, nor would

he identify the agent from whom
Rosenberg got his information.
But he said that Rosenberg told

Greenglass I got ft from my boys

and gave it to the Russians."

Greenglass is serving 15 years

in prison and Gold 30 years for

their involvement with the Rosen

berg soy ring.

Morris said both Gold and
Greenglass gave specific instances
concerning particular projects
which were turned over to the
Russians and quoted Gold as say saying
ing saying the Soviets .told him "We can
do it ourselves, but we haven't
the time."

' Gold told Morris that tta Rus'

sians obtained all these secrets
"without sweat rand tear." He
added that, "I am not la the
slightest bit depressed by recent

Soviet accomplishments', because. ,i

ne saw, xne Kussians were so far'
behind that he did not. think the1
present accomplishments will aid

them "that much.

Hussein Sends Call
For Ard To Resist -Egypl
And Syria v
AMMAN,' Jordan, Nov. 11 (UP)
King Hussein sent messengers to
three chief of state today in What
informed' sources said was a new
call for support in the face of con continued
tinued continued propaganda attacks by
Egypt and, Syria.

Foreign minister samu nirai
flew to Riyadh, Saudi Arabia,, with
a message Jor King Saud. The

sources said Rifai would ask Saud
for a new confirmation of the sup support
port support the King publicly- announced
at the close of his visit here last

June.

Hussein also dispatched a three three-man
man three-man mission to Beirut, Lebanon,

with an invitation for Pakistan
President Iskander Mirza to visit

Jordan. He is due in Beirut on an
official visit.

This group, headed by Chief

Royal Chamberlain Bahjat Tal-

houni, also was expected to de

liver a special message to Leban Lebanon's
on's Lebanon's President Camille Chamoun

similar in vterms to. the one Rifai

took to Saud.

The Egyptran and Syrian radio
and newspaper attacks on Hussein

have subsided in the past few

days, but observers cited the mis missions
sions missions as evidence Hussein did not

beueve they would stop altogether.
They said ; Hussein was con convinced
vinced convinced Egypt and Syria still hoped
to unseat him and his pro-Western
government. j

'.'Gold said he obtained from

agent exact manufacturing details
plus two one-pound samples', in -rubber
containers of the high ex explosive
plosive explosive RDX which he obtained
from the Holston Ordnance Works
at Kingsport, Tenn.," Morris said.
"This was in 1943. The high explo explosive
sive explosive doubled the explosive power ""
of TNT, and permitted the use of t
smaller shells.? i
. Gold also said he obtained de V
tails on the manufacture of nylon,
synthetic. r u b b-e r. magnesium

powder- and the Jkodachrome pro
cess used in aerial photography

1 Stole Preximity Fuse

Morris also told of another al

ready-publicized incident in which

Rosenberg' stole a complete urox-

imity fuse bv. slioninsr it into his

briefcase.

Rudolph Shabinskr. a former

Russian army officer, told the
committee this afternoon about
2,000 German scientists kidnaped
by the Russians. -r: v

Shabinsky. an American ritizezn

now living in New York City, said

tne most important or the abducted

scientists was Siegfried Gunther.

former chief designed: at the

Heinkel aviation plant in Germany.

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US PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAltY. NEWSPAPER

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Mf WAUTOMA Wis., Nov 22 (UP)
6 : 7 HW.JL'' IT Ed Gem, hollow-eyed recluse
Jj'-l 'vi ? ' W VM A'1 j who confessed slaying two women
l7 U 'Vx if ; S 7 : of the full moon, today was
Ifr C" ,;7 k . r -i charged wUh firsj, degree murder.
1 t s?'',t,,',s" He; pleaded lnnocent-by reason, of
'1 4 N ;H t C-Vi K; V-4 f Vt mnmtf.
iL S, r ,fvs, ' 1 1 Waushara C o u n f y authorities,
-O -:"JWW'! liA 't"W tj -Il apparently determined to have the
IV T&py-xv ' If I X' 'I l 51-ytar-old bachelors-farmer com-
I v ''vw' C? :rf- iJu ' II mitted to a mental Institution
V '"Ml'; l iVf' ; J 4v -V 1- '' f,1 t 't swiftly, charged him only with the
X ycr l V 4 1 l! 1 f murder of Mrs: Bernice Worden
'. V T, x iriilW x I i at hearing that lasted only three
S' ,s a x -c A ir minutes; .,i-w
K-'l ? x Vlf i H I Gein was bound over to circuit
J I ( '' -i 4 1 '( courts lor trial. -Authorities were
; ; 7 '7' ' "1 ' '' ' j expected to request a sanity ex-
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Communist Lcsdcrs
Join In Communique,
Yugoslavia Absent

MOSCOW Nov. 22 (UP) Lead

ers of the ; Com munist world, ex except
cept except Marshal vTito, called today
for the strengthening of mi itary
ties in their fight against .. Impe Imperialism."
rialism." Imperialism."

A 12-nation "communique, wmcn

was not signed by Yugoslavia, al also
so also called lor "the strengthening
tff Ihe unityvand fraternal cooper.

ation" of Communist ana worKers
parties, the International Working

Class ana national UDerauon
movements. V

The Communist leaders gather

ed in Moscow as part o" the 40th

anniversary celebrations ; 01 tne
Bolshevik revolution. Those pres

ent included Mao ; Tse-tung of
Communist China, Wladys'sw Go-

mulka of Poland and Ho Chi Minn

of North Vietnam. r

The communique itself was sign signed
ed signed by Albania. Bulgaria. Hunearv.

Vietnam, East Germany Commu

nist inina, worm norea, Mongo Mongolia,
lia, Mongolia, Poland. Romania. Russia and

Czechoslovakia, r :

Noticeably absent wax Titn whn

did not attend the Moscow cele celebrations
brations celebrations or the Communist meet

ings because of an attack of lum lumbago
bago lumbago from which hA i nnur ronnrt.

ed recovering.. i

' mn siRnhoicVATB RED CROSS VOLUNTEER STAFF AIDES graduated In a ceremony at
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inn vniiinteir. aie left to-ieh: Victor ia-bmikn, """'"V M,?"vT

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tiftlT.YWOOD'fNfiA) Holly

wood on TV: One of the last of
the Hollywood" TV holdouts; Van

Hetflin, becomes a more or jcs
, "permanent occasional" heme
.ctnrSflDt. 19 when he

in "The'Dark Side f the

1 ? raiith"'; on Plavhouse 90.. Van ap-

nrri on -a couole of live shows

"ffive years ago, then decided mix

ing "free"' actlnj with a movie

career was "economically impos impossible
sible impossible i
":: Then Hollywood lossod TV
' its bl 'backlotr of ol '" m"
By.o-.homiarrin9 Vn, and
ho UWiltd It the "Jfg 'oobl.
- otom' er all' movU actors who
hoped to remain txclusivoly rno-

- "I -was forced into TV by those
old movies.' he told" me, and

: kr' th wav he looks at it:

"Wmilrt woman eo out in

wnMie todav in a dress sh first

wore 15 years ago? No. But there

I am-on home screens in. 15-year-

- old movies.: Story styles ana acv
n .tvlos have chanced. So now,

:"i--v rirnv tn hiii TV audiences that

fvf changed and improved with

ijrf.;vears..i nave io act, m miuu-

lrn; drama on television. -;

. MThey say ,v jui actor never
knows what's good for him.- But
. io sure knows what's bad for
: .jm and old movies are bad for
ny ctor who wants to. go on
" acting. That's why?.' I stopped
championing a lost cause. I had
my mind changed by Hollywood
itself j I'll still appear in" movies
but just in good ones stories un-
' fit for.TV.- -i
i Hefhn plays a Russian general
In TheDark Side of the Earth,"
Rod Serling script based on the
Hungarian uprising i year ago,
but he's not an out and out hea heavy.
vy. heavy. He calls it "a wonderful char character
acter character study,". J ..
! HOLLYWOOD M AS c' decided
that maybe Mike Wallace isn't a
one-man poi&on-to-poisoa scandal scandal-magazine
magazine scandal-magazine jifler all.
. At loatt TV's candid quxtion
ntn if promisinf "Kirk Doug Doug-tfr
tfr Doug-tfr producer OHo Premtngor,
Sill Holdon arxl Gtxyrg Jotnl"
! a i forthcomina fuattt. Jote For For--
- For-- rar w aJI -tet t vfgJo words
ifh Miko too, bvl:-

i "His press vagent woundln't let
him do the show, Mike told me.
"How ridiculous," he t wmced.
"He's one of the smartest actors
I know.!' After the Gloria Swan Swan-son
son Swan-son and -Mickey Cohen inter interviews,
views, interviews, Mike admits ; Hollywood
gave his, show a "skeptical decep deception
tion deception and a man I sent to Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood to line sup interviews came
bac to New York pretty discouraged."

But after the promised sessions
with Kirk, Preminger, Hold e n
and Jessel, Mike believes Holly Holly-woodites
woodites Holly-woodites will stop looking askance

at "the. vitality of our TV discus

sions even though I don't nave
the slightest desire to embarrass
anyone. I don't ad lib trie ques
tions about subjects iot previously
discussed. All I'm after are, opi opinions,"
nions," opinions,"
The number of top notch film
stars unable to sustain a "vital"'

30 minute question-and answer

session, though, may come as a
shock to Mike as those 13 week
cycles roll around. t v7.

"WATTS DOING: TV pay is

soaring again. If .Lloyd Nolan
finds time to star for a two part
Studio One show, his salary will

be $20,000. .Shirley- Temple's
TV debut in January has brought
back the "Shirley Temple Doll'!
which earned her a fortune in
the mid thirties. Same blohde

curls and dimpled cheek.s,. .but

otherwise, "according to the ads,

a modern version.",. j ..
H Bob Crosby, who war faded

from daytime TV," sells his night nighttime
time nighttime show, "Music Makers," new
songs by amateurs will be sung
by professionals for big prizes.
Me-anwhile, Bob's kidding:."!

think I'll now try to sell t series
of 3J Bob Crosby pilot reels." ;

This Is Television, Mrs. Jones:

An actor named George Neise
was hired to be ."murdered" in a
"Perry Mason" telefilm. He was
shot on one day but didnt hit the
floor until two days later because

of a previous one-day acting as

signment in "Father Knows Best."

r Port of
thore art

inisiino; show nota:
".50 pilot roolt on Hoi-

ChristianScience,
Services Thursday
For Thanksgiving i

Hollow-Eyed Recluse Who Robbed Graves

By Moonlight, Indicted For One Murder

International Girl Scouts

Active Program

At an Interesting . meeting of

the Executive Board, Internationa

ai uin ocuuia ui we umu aki
held at the CamD Bierd scout

shack Monday evening, considera

ble -pusiness was aiscussea ana

r i r ft
In i'. addition to ; receiving the re

ports lrom leaders regarding ac-

uvities of tne units unaer ineir
charge, it was j also agreed tq

hold a series of meetings between

officers and leaders to.. discuss
and linahze plans for better, lead leadership
ership leadership and" intensification :Of the
organization's program along pro progressive
gressive progressive ; hues, 'sd as to obtoin
ffliximm'-ooperatioiiv'icom.:tiie
girls. .,

animation at a special session of

circuit court that could he held

next week. The next regular court
sessipn is not scheduled until May.
RESIDENTS AROUSED

The move to have Gein declared

Insane and placed in an institution
faced stiff opposition from aroused
residents of this county and au authorities
thorities authorities of neighboring counties.
They were determined to press for
a full investigation on the number
qf Gein murders.
. So far, Gein has admitted the
butcher slayings of Mrs. Worden.

fa 58-year-old widow, and Mary Ho-

gan, 94, a natmieia tavern op operator
erator operator who vanished about three
years .ago.-'.'.
' Gein claimed that he obtained
the erght other skulls found in his
ramshackle, nine-room farmhouse
by robbing graves. Gein has been
cleared by Jie detector tests of
connection with the disappearance
of three other persons in Wiscon Wisconsin.
sin. Wisconsin. : .r..
HOLD DOWN PUBLICITY v
Details 'of Gem's ghoulish, ac activities
tivities activities ifl his Vhouse of horrorsV
sent a wave of revulsion through
this community. State authorities
acted to hold down the publicity.
District Attorney Ed Kileen was

told'to- guard Jus statements, nv H

A ?2-caliber rifle found' ln.-a gun
rack: in the store operated by Mrs.

I

Special Thansgiving services are

announced by the Fisrt Church

of Christ, Scientist, Ancon and the

First Church of Christ, scientist,
Cristobal, for !U a.m.? on Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Day. In botn cases the
services will be held in the church
ediiices.' v r
Open to the public, the services

will include voluntary testimonies

ot gratitude by Chnstain scientists
ior God's goodness as shown in
spiritual growth, physical healings
and other blessings.
a i i

iSA-l S ft? Council of Baiboa and gins

read in Christian Science Churches rr(:7"

throughout the world.

In this connection meetings were
slated as follows: Monday, Dec,
2, at Faraiso; Wednesday, Dec. 4,
at Santa Cruz; and Friday, Dec,
5, at Camp Bierd.
".
Arrangements has been' made

ir reciprocal "Friendship Visits"

oetween grris lrom tne canal

when

tie Santa Cruz International Girl
iicouts will be hosts to a group of
Scouts from the danal .Zone
Girl Scouts o; Balboa, v
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hv Marv Rakni- FMv h vn aaiuruay, hi ;., y.ui., unam
.5i,?;r ,a"rt:? lPe Carolyn Corn.' Senior Scout of the

Worden was believed to be the
weapon Gein used to kill he last
Saturday. But Kileen declined to
reveal the results of ballistics tests
on the gun.
Authorities found Mrs. Worden's
body hanging m a shed at the
Gein farm. The discovery led to a
search of the bone-strewn house.
j. Gein also was charged today
with theft of a cash register from
Mrs. Worden's store. He pleaded
innocent.
ORDER MENTAL
EXAMINATION

At fWisconsin Rapids, Circuit
Judge Herbert Bunde said he was
prepared to have Gein brought be before
fore before him at any time. He said he
could commit Gein to the Central
State Hospital at Waupun for ob observation,
servation, observation, or order a mental ex examination
amination examination by three court'appointed
psychiatrists.
Residents hoping to keep, the
case open said they doubted that
the slightly-built, 145-pound Gem
would have had the strength to
rob graves. In the last decade,
thep said, caskets, have been en enclosed
closed enclosed in vaults. Gein would have
had to cut through several inches
of, concrete to reach the bodies.
So -far, local authorities have
madlno attempt to-, dig up the
snow-covered graves where Gein
said he got the skulls and bones.

Jury Convicts Two
For I Wsl Film

On 'Garden W Edon'

FALL RIVER. Mass... Nov.. 22

(UP) An all-male jury, which had
a close look at the evidence, today
convicted two men of shewing an
obscene movie about life In a Flor Florida
ida Florida nudist colony. . .?

The color movie railed "Gard

en of Eden" was viewed by the
iurors and Superior Judge L.
Francis Callan Ir. jn a private
courtroom showing -yesterday. It
was made by the American Sun

gaining Association, (, w.,,Vv ;
Callan fined Bcnl'amln ,T.' Rog Rogers,
ers, Rogers, the film's promoter, $400.
Projectionist AntQpe T. Monlz, 37,
wax fined 1200. The sentences

were suspended pending on appeal

Student Boycott;
Urged In Madrid
MADRID, Nov. 22 (UPV-Tro.
h'e flared at .Madrid Universitr
today and posters appeared in all
schools urging students to boycott
classes tomorrow.. y
. Students decided to; call for a
boycott after a meeting of repre-'.,
sentatives ofj the various schools o
in a university building. .. .v,
They demanded the re-openlngt
of a downtown university dining
room which was closed two weeks
ago after students complained ,.
noisily. about Jthe .food.. i ..; v r

to the Supreme Court.
i Showing of the movie it the
Embassy Theater here Jan. J..
1956, was halted by police. Rogers -and
Moniz aznnealed their original
convictions. The .n case wag re'
turned here for trial, when tHe
state- Supreme : Courl r u 1 e d it
should have been heard by a jury.-

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with 70 per cent of the big-time
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER rn

isthmian table Tennis Stars
I til Exhibition at Gym Tonight

Auburn Can Set
Defensive Record

III Next 2 Games

kw YORK f)P) If Tindefeat

tad untied Auburn can bold
terliwl two opponent! Florids
i 'State' -and Alabama scoreless, it
'"will finish the jeasbn with the best
defensive record in 18 years

attonf major ollege i o o t,b a I
tjk. mc .

i iuKiini tin allowed only 21

'twvhtta in eisht Karnes, National

" Collegiate Athletic Bureau statis statistics
tics statistics showed tod, and if it can
VI .kV ita final onDonents. its

. points-allowed totol will b the
...liMt n il ifiri. It also: will

i"W tha only team in the P dec-

" Made to go tnrougn me season wiui
ho- touchdowns allowed through its

(line. It has allowed tnree toucn toucn-i
i toucn-i downs, two on passes and one on

Wirntinn runbiclc.-

VTexas AIM la the only major

feom which has not allowed a
, touchdown via a pass. Overall,
; Georgia LTeen has the best pass

defense, allowing owy yu
: wm mmm the best figure in 10

pears of national statistics.

LilONNIK OPIN TOURNIY
Cincinnati, (UP) Cincinnati
will play St. Bonaventure and
Marshall college meets Xavier In
thi-first round of the two day
University of Cincinnati Invita Invitational
tional Invitational : Basketball Tournam e n t
starting Dec. 13. The winners plap
for the title and the losers meet
in the consolation.

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Service Centers Tonight
BALBOA
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CRISTOBAL '-.-Lex' Join
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GAMBOA 7:00 oA'TUtf 7:00
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PARAISO CAMP BtERD
4:18 ft 8:15 ..u & ..15
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Isthmian table tennis dou doubles
bles doubles and singles champions
will give a free exhibition to tonight
night tonight art 7:30 in the National

Gymnasium., '-v :
This wiU mark the first time

that table tennis has been

played in the gymnasium

which has been the scene of

all kinds of sport spectacles.

Among the playera who will

take part In the exhibition are

Isthmian champion Arthur Jo Joseph,
seph, Joseph, runner-up Stanley Hall,

doubles champions George

Grannum and William Hill,

mixed doubles champions To

mas Chn and Maritza Loo Tau,

U.S. armed forces champion A.

Dlas and runnerup R. Nesbltt

Gavilan Wins Bout

Bui Opponenl Jays

CHICAGO CUP) Former wel

terweight champion Kid Gavilan
avenged a defeat with his 105th

professional triumph, but his un

impressed victim discounted the

outcome because "he's going

downhill."

'He's a better fighter than he

was when I heat him a year ago,"

Boston's Walter Bvars said, "but

hes still going down. He's better

ust because of determination to

prove to himself that he's not

washed up.'i

Bvars. who lost a 10-round de

cision to the former champion
Wednesday night, said he thought

won the fight, but the judges

I guess didn't go to the same

school I did, so he got the deci decision.
sion. decision.

"I proved I'm a better fighter

now," Gavilan said. "But it wasn't

good fight. I know when I fight
good fight, and this wasn't. He

kept covering up so I couldn't hit

him.

Juan Pizarro Gives
Evidence Of Braves'

Pilchinn Mrenalh
SAN JUAN, P. R., (UP)-Juan

Pizarro a. record 18-strrkeout per performance
formance performance In the Puerto Rjcan win winter
ter winter baseball league provided the

Milwaukee .Braves with strong ev

idence today that the 20-year old
speedballer may; Je a powerful
member at their mound corps Jn

1958.
Pizarro, who had t 5-6 record
in 24 games for the world cham

pions this year, set the new Pu

erto Rican league mark Wednes

day night while pitching Caguas to
a 1-0 victory over Ponce Pizarro
fanned Carlos Sernier four times
and yielded two of the three hits
he gave up in the ninth inning.
Pizarro's performance eclipsed
the league strikeout mark set by
the fabled Satchel Paige 20 years
ago and equalled in 1954 hy Bob

Turley of the New York Yankees.

The major league record of 18

strikeouts is heldhy Bob Feller

and the National Leaeue mark of
17 is held by Dizzzy Dean.

Moreno Scores
Surprise TKO
Over Chestnut

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 22 (UP)'

Ricardo "PaJarito" Moreno,

Mexico's featherweight cham champion,
pion, champion, last night became a na national
tional national sports hero when i he

scored a surprise seven round
technical knockout over second

ranked Ike Chestnut at the C0f

Useum.

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Moreno entered the .ring a 10 10-underdotr
underdotr 10-underdotr but he did not fight

like one. He and Chestnut hook

ed up in a violent toe-to-toe
sluetpin duel from the outlet,
and it was the highly rated U.S.
boxer that finally gave ground.

" COQCLE-EYED Looking
like someone out of the 2lst

. v-entury Marquette fullback
., Ron Fieber plays behind pre-cription-grDund,
goggles.

Panama Amateur
Semi-Finals ;tl
Maranon Tonight
, Six elimination bouts In thi
semi-flnala of the Panama ama

teur boxing ; championships are
on tap at the Maranon Gym to tonight.
night. tonight. -, .".' .; ; .:

In the we 1 terweight class

Colsm:n To Yen!;ce
Fronl Office; Kubck
May Be Regular SS

The Mexican's victory some

what made up for the dlsan-

pointment his countryman suf

fered whn Raul "Raton"' Ma-

clas failed to win the world bpn-

tamwelght championshin in his
title bout with Alphonse Hallml.

Chestnut suffered a deep cut

on tne len cneeK in tne tnira
round and It bled freelv until
the f.ftht was halted. Referee

Tommy Hart consulted with Dr.

Robert Rocke of the California

Boring; Commission at the end

of the sixth round and the doc doctor
tor doctor recommended that, the con

test be stopped.

Moreno, who now has 30

knockout victories in 34 fights.
was ahead on. the score cards of

both judges and- the referee.

A group of Mexican fans car

ried Moreno to hi dressing

room on their shoulders.

Promoter George Parnassus

said today that he will try to
match Moreno against champion
Hogan "Kid" Bassey of Nigeria
for a title bout.

Joe (affle. Easier

OfNal Ballintv
HR Champs In IL
MONTREAL (UP) Outfielder
.Toe Caffie, now with the Cleveland
Indians, today was certified as the
International League batting
champion for 1957 on the strength
of his .330 batting average with
the Buffalo Bisons.,
Although Caffie led the leage In
hitting, veteran Luke Easter, also
of Buffalo, paced the circuit in
runs batted in, home runs and tot tot-1
1 tot-1 bases, according to figures re

leased by the IL office here.
Despite his .279 average, Easter

drove in 1?8 runs, clouted 40 hom homers
ers homers and hit for 300 total bases.

M" Lu'i- also drew the most
walks, 100. "s high man in
strikeouts with 140.

Dodgers, Gianls

Ai Home For First
Three Weeks In '58
SAN FRAlNCISCO (UP) The
.os Angeles Dodgers and the San

Francisco Giants, playing their

first year in the Far West, will

get Jo show off in front of Pacific

Coast fans nearly every day for
the. first three weeks of 1958, Na National
tional National League schedules released
today revealed.
The Giants, who will be playing
in Seals Stadium with a seating
capacity of only 25,000, play 22 of
their first 25 games at home; the
Dodgers', who may play in either
28,000 seat Wrigley Field or the
105,000-seat Coliseum, will play 18
of their first 21 tilts on the home
front.
At Dodger headquarters there
was great elation over the dras

tically revamped schedule. ('

'When we won our 1955 pennant

we got away to a huge lead ori the

home lot," said business manager
Harold Parrott. "We had the same
type of schedule."
There was eaual exuberenee In

Seafa Stadium, where publicity di director
rector director Gary Schumacher said the

schedule "suited the Giants fine."

It will give us a chance for
a great start," said Schumacher,
"and if we are in contention, we
have a fine string of home games
from Aug. 12 to Sept. l against
St. Louis, Chicago, Cincinnati,
Milwaukee and Los Angelee 19

games at nome in a row."

By FEED DOWN

, Editor:

CONRAOO SARCEANT

Daniel Vanegas- engages Carlos

yaiceao; ngntweignt Alfredo Es Estrada
trada Estrada meets Alberto Arosemena ;

featherweight Jose Perer., boea

xgnacio Pacneco: v. bantam-. Pov

Toyke fights Jose Pachecn fiv-

weigni nuoen Anaraae will tan
gle with Felix Jimenez.- and na

perwelght Mario Rivas will fieht

AU the matches are set for

tnree rounds. v
Last night at i the National
Gym ,slx amateur elimination
fights were held.
In the 147-pound class cham champion
pion champion 'Federico Marshall TKOed
Francisco Gutierrez In thef sec second
ond second round when the loser failed
to leave his- corner at the bell
after tk1ngr a terrific pounding
In the Initial stanzaj k pv;

in tne 135-pound: division.
Humberto Herman gained a

unanimous verdict over Antonio
Morris., ? ; .

In the- 126-pound class. Carlos

Cantilhj was a winner by unani unanimous
mous unanimous idecislon over "Ruben Da-

rlo. ' ,: ...i'vv-

In the 118-pound- category,

Angel Ayala drew a split verdict

over Constantino Diaz. C: 5

In the 112-pound class, Eligio

Pontiles scored a second round

TKO .win over Humberto Hines-

troza. when an old shoulder in injury
jury injury became aggravated and the

loser was unable to lift his right

arm,

In the paperweight class, Man

uel Mendleta was awarded a

unanimous verdict overtjimmv

Toussent in the liveliest scrap of

the night.- -
Guests pf honor during the
program; were representatives of
the Veterans of Foreign wars I

who awarded trophies .'to the

winners; J

Capt. Jim Boyle of Fort Kobbe

refereed three bouts, i

NEW YORK, Nov. 22" (UP)

Jerry Coleman's elevatloa to the

New yonc Yankees: front office

today paved the way forlmanag

er Casey Stengel to go through
with his. "pet v project" chang

ing Tony, RUM into ;$ snorc snorc-stop.'
stop.' snorc-stop.' 'iw&.m
Such a move also will involve
making the versatile Gil McDou-

gald, who was the Yankees' reg regular
ular regular shortstop the last year and

a nair, into tne team's regular

second-baseman. A second-base

man by trade, the 29-year-old

Mcuoueaid has starred at every

Infield position except first base

nce joining tne Yankees in

1951. ft. '

A Yankee spokesman Indicat

ed advance, knowledge of what
was on Stengel's mind yesterday

when he said Coleman's retire

ment as a player put, Bobby

Richardson "In ; line to be the

team's second-baseman unless

Stengel has some player swlteh

;s m mma. ,"y. 'i,,;tQ'A

Stengel himself has made It

pretty clear he has Some "switch "switches
es "switches in mind."' And one of them

's known to be conveftlnsr Ku

bek, the 21-year-old native of

Milwaukee who. played five po

sltlons in his rookie campaign,

into a regular shortstop.

Richardson proved to be a

splendid double play pivot 'man
in his rookie season but he bat-,
ted only .256 ; drove In only 19
runs and did not hit single
home run In 96 games. McDou-

gald, as good a second-baseman
as Richardson, batted .289, drove

in 62 runs and ret 13' homers.

Readers' 1957 CZ Ail-Star Tcci
To Be Announced On Suiiday
, -The CanaJ Zona 1957 All-Stir football team, a
selected by. Panama American reader, win be pub-''
lished t Sunday. . V-
Alonjr'with It will be published an All-Star team
elected by Panama American' eports writer :Trevor'
, Simbns. ; - j ' '' c I

'4 fft' AA a?K

R a $ s I i n' .' V i II i a n i Discovers
That Good Guys Always Win

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Robinson Huddles
With Tax Officials
CHICAGO (UP Former Mid Middleweight
dleweight Middleweight champion Sugar Ray
Robinson was scheduled to meet
federal tax officials in Washington
today in hopes ,of settling income
tax problems, it was learned.
Truman Gibson, secretary of the
International Boxing Club, said
Wednesday night that Robinson
had received $107,000 of his purse
for the recent fight In which he

lost his middleweight crown to
Carmen (Basilio.
Settlement of the tax problem,
Gibson said, might clear the way
for a Robinson-Basilio title re rematch.
match. rematch. (
Robinson's entire purse had

been tied up by a federal tax lien
until Wednesday, Gibson said.

TODAY- ENaNTO-.35-.15
Tyrone Power in
"ABANDON SHIP"
Johnny Desmond In
"CALYPSO HEAT WAVE"

TODAY IDEAL .25 .15
Robert Mitchum In
"NIGHT OF THE HUNTER"
Charlie Chaplin in
MODERN TIMES"

Surprisina Coifs
Suddenly Develop
Slrong Air Defense

BALTTildRE, Md., (UP) How
does team that had one of the
weakest' pass defenses in the Na National
tional National Football League suddenly
develop a strong air defense?
'The Baltimore Colts intercepted

five passes fay the Chicago earl

lasi sunaay, one iot a roucnaown
while another led to a touchdown.
But secondary coach' Charley Win Winner
ner Winner said "we didn't change? our

pass defense in the least;"
Winner said the best pass de

fense in pro ball is only-a good

as the pressure put on tne passer

by the" defensive line. Baltimore
had that pressure against the
Bears and ; the receivers were
Johnny-on-the-spot when the Bears

hurried passers threw the ball.
'Winner said the best example
was onthe first of two intercep interceptions
tions interceptions by rookie Milt Davis.
"Harlan Hill had Davis beat,"
Winner said, "but Davis took the
ball right out of Hill's hands. Our
line made that possible. The Bear
quarUrbacF didn't throw the ball

whri Hill made his angle out
move. Our line caused that delay
and when the quarterback did let
go, Davis had recovered and was
in position to intercept 1

Chagrined Martin
Says De?f iffl
(nc!ude $$ for Him

CAGE StAR DEAD
STAMFORD, Conn., tfP ) Aud
Brindley, basketball scoring cham

pion of the Ivy League for Dart

mouth in the 1943-44 season and
later a New York Knickerbocker

player, died Tuesday night after a

month s illness. lie was 33. He is
survived by his widow and two
children.

KANSAS CITY, Mo., (UP)
Billy Martin, chagrined at the
trade that switched him from the
Kansas City Athletics to the De

troit Tigers, said today' the dealJ

should include some money lor
Martin. V
Describing the trade as one that

"got everybody happy but tme,"
the s infielder1, admitted it iwas
"great to be i contender again"

but t insisted tha;t the Athletics

should "fork over some dough to
me., .,: !.;tk

"This may be pretty strong talk

for r a ,251 hitter," said Martin.

'but'they say six clubs were, after

me and ; it mat s, so, l must- &e

pretty valuable.'' ; 't .l;.1

THe fiery MajruB, once,, Casey

Stengel' "boy" of the NeWnYprk

Yankees, declared "everybody. In
the' majors is worth at least the

$10,000 waiver price and if. I was
the key man in the trade that's
made everybody happy, I think I

ought to get something, too."

George. Selkirk, the A's play per-

sonel director, said the club was

under no obligation to pay Martin,

in the trade.
"It's in his contract that he's
got to play in any town he's .con

tracted to," said Selkirk.

By OSCAR lRALEY

NEW YORK (UP! Good guys
always win and, bad guys always
lose or almost always and -thus

it is. nice to leflect today that

rassiin justice still reigns trium
Dhant. i ky

This fact was1 driven home, and

into the blondiried SKull of a medi medicine
cine medicine man of the mat named Dr.

Jerry Graham, during the latest

physical culture extra vaganzaz at
Madison Square Garden. The good
doctor,, being. "baddie," had to

visit a sawbones himself.

Seems that he v got out of line
and ran into (a) an ou traced Latin

named Antonuio Kocca and (b)

riot.

Us red-blooded rassiin' fans see

our clean-rasslin' heroes get the

bad end of it 'every once in a
while. It makes our blood broil.

One of our set, a dynamic ladp

Known oniy as "ift-i'in Mary,"

used to take matters into her own

hands and chapeau. spike and the

Daddies were.alwavs sorrv. I'll

tell you, ; when she hove into' view

of the apron. ,.

Rpeea Raps Doctor
So this here how Doctor Graham

brought it all on himself the other
night at the Garden when he

stepped out of line and began to
bust our oal Antonino with villain-

ly vim and vigor. Rocca stood it
just about as long as any clean clean-living,
living, clean-living, decent,, honest, heroic ras ras-sler
sler ras-sler could. Then he takes the doc

tor and busts 'his head up against

me ring post real, good, sa anv

clean-living, decent,, honest, heroicJ

rassier would have.

The doctor's type B started to

jrun down his villahily kisser ane

it sure excited, ail of us rassiin'
fans who believe that lean-lrving,
decent, honest, heroic r a i s 1 e r s
ought to win everp time anyhow.
,lhe first thing you know, us ians
was throwing bottles and chairs
and a few sneak punches here and
there and it was great fununtil
the gendarmes figured even ras ras-slers
slers ras-slers who. aren't dean-living,' de decent,
cent, decent, hones and heroic cot a ritht

some protection.

' By this time, fnrtiin.t.i. v.

doctor had got his come-uppance.
anyhow, so it was okay t And you
can bet that it Waa: a r.i i..

to the doctor about hnw nnt t

go go around villainously belt belt-ing
ing belt-ing clean-living, decent Jhonest
and heroic rasslers.

, Duaelc Dropped CpWt t
It took those Duseka a Inner Umi

to learn the same lenn Th.

was .one night that on nt 1

Duseks was torturing one of our
clean-living, decent, hnnrit nrf

heroie rasslefs and he -won. (But

not for long. v" i

as he walked out under a bal.

cony, a fan niled un five fnMin

chairs and dropped them smacko

rignt on nis villainous noggin. He
didn't rassle for several weeks, :
Which just goes to shew you-that
maybe you don't believe even the
clean-living, .decent. hnnexf an

heroic rasslers is on the level. But
us fans- are, and pou; can bet your ;
l(st dropkick on that, 4
And the baddies" are tmm in

be awful cautious around here for

a- wnne, anyhow. Because, as I
said.., good guvs alwa'va' wln anil

bad guys always Joae, Or almost
always, anyhow. ',

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TIIE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1957
Park :Secks Repeal Victory In Mam;; jEyeM
- 7"" A .
KM

Race -Track Graded Entries

? P.P. Horie
I.-. ... - Tn

, ..... "KSAqi O ME DOUBLE
, arss .fiSK s dart rJS rJS-i
i rJS-i tar .-Jsa: dsrewsr
7-DesteUo'- O. Sanches 112 -Depends on Jockey

i2nd Race, 6th Series Imp. 1 Ft
2ND RACE OF

iInrnriHm nv F. Alva. 110 Gould score again
2nDaT?Taivera iOSxFastest at getaway
3Srlculaio s.'Hernani102x -Good recent races
TcTmberwell A? Credidio 103 -Ha. strongest finish
5rS Star Baeza 110 -Last doesn't count

' l'nitiTeiJ.O Firs.-
' f ONE
i Moonshiner B. Baeza 115
tSSSiSa Wlavera 105x
-i fK V Ortega, 110
f O 'SS "8
- fepSncrS Ie?' Agulrre 113
, 4th Race "Special'

Natives 5 F.Purse $375
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111
. j-auacamaya, . ;
J Brae vai v :b; as""
CRedondita A. yca?a 15
i Hernandez ioox
A. CftPzalM 108
- 7 Liboria
KtW Race. 'B and C Na.
r, Vasquez 120
8. Hernandez lOOx
F Alvarez 105
l Jinlenez 110
l Henco
2 Portar
8 Dr. Bill
4 Tlns-at
5 Lady Edna
J. Talavera lozx

' h Race, th J?yXW,

FntSTRACE OF
' "vkiitili'iiA
1 Cartillera
2 Lanero t
3 Resuelto
4 Salero
5 picararo
ft Clybern
7 4leflector
8 Mezereum
9 Riscal
XT UUMIfw w

i- JrTffi HrstSsrfinish
O SaShez 108 -Could make it here
o prescott 113 Jockey handicaps .
j. Cadogan 108 Lacks early speed
V Ortega 113 Returns from layoff
: O. Bovil 105 Nothing in months
C Quiros lOOx Rider only handicap

B: Baeta llSIn gooa tor m now, t
R. Vasquea 113 Jockey may help
B. Aguirre 113 -Returns in good shap
A Vasquez 113 Hard to beat here
rt. vrri , lower

1 Diocese
2 Elko
3 Zumar
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lFrancisquito A. VasquetaiS -Loves wnnerup spot
! SSollto -JL CreSdio 105 -Could b -Petter
4- Blaclc Bee A Mena. 112x -Usually close up
5- Melliao B. Agulrr 108 -Always dangerous
6 Rablblanco B. Baeza 108 -Usually fractious
7 Mr. Tivli R., Vasquez 110 -fflest early foot

9th Race, Kth Series Imp.
1-lContrilor
aTrirremf
3 Singful
4 Picudo v
A. Credidio 108
i d. Sanchez 110
V. Castillo 115
1 Ti Alvarez 106
5 Mlnuendo
B. Baeza 108
King's Park R. Vasquez 115
7 CniVllingO;-! J uongora iia
8 Manandoagua S. Her. 105x

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Odds
Purm S400 Pool Closes 1:00
...
5-1
4-1
. 8-1
10-1
52
2-1
2-1
Parse $400 Pool Closes 1:30
THE DOUBLE
3-1
5-1
2- 1
3- 2
5-2
Me $375
pool Closes
2:00
TWO
- Nothing in months
- Rates goof chance
-Depends on start
-Witt fight it out
-Should beat these
30-1
4- 1
5- 1
2-1
"X-l
Pool Closes 2:30
Hasn't shown much
20-1
2-1
2-1
8-5
20-1
25-1
25-1
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wm fieht it out
jr-rja on .Urt
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-Nothing to indicate

;r pommel

Fgs.Purse $45 Pool Closes 3:00

By far the best
- Not against, tiiese
-Enjoying, rare form
V-Should be funnorur
1-10
20-1
8-1
4- 1
5- 1
usuany -r
Pool Closes 3:40
THE POUBLE
Weak effort in last
10-1
T" .
2- 1
3- 1
'3-1
4- 1
30-1
15-1
10-1
10-1
4:10
2- 1
3- 1
4- 1
i3-2
30-1
10-1
-d p,y odd. ;
Fool Closes 4:45
P"? $s'5
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5-1
3-1
,3-1
5-2

8 FgS.Purse $500
ONE TWO :

Pool Closes 5:15
Distance to liking
Gets real test here
Consistent performer
Trailed, in last
Should improve here
Form indicates
3- 1
4- 1
3-1
25-
10-1'
3-2
50-1
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Has strong finish
Ran well in last
Pool Closes 5:45
2-1
5-2
101
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They must not sabotage work working
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OOFBEATS
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By Conrodo Snrgennt

Delegates attending the agrj-"
culutral credit seminar beingf
held here will be guests or tne
Pres. Remon racetrack tomorrow
afternoon. The day's main event
will be in their honor. It Is the
snn one mile "Second Seminar
On Agricultural Credit Handi
cap" lor Iirtn series impuiwu
horses.-v" : ,r-" "-
TVia nnmor nf the WinninK
thoroughbred will receive a sil
ver tropny aonaiea Dy wie rtco rtco-ident
ident rtco-ident Remon racetrack.
King's Park Is the prospective
favorite but he Is expected to
get plenty of competition both
in the mutuels and in the ac
tual race from Singful, Contra-
lor and Trlrreme
Several changes have been
made at the Remon race track's
offices this week, ; s
fillmnlon returns ta the races'
under new ownership and train
n J

ing. He is now the property ".have the bad strip of the track

the Stud El Bruio and Jose O
Mendoza is his trainer.
nictinirn ,p hppn sold to Oli
ver Bernal who will also do .the
training. '
Cinguium, wnicn naa oeen
on the sidelines for several
months because of weak un underpinnings,
derpinnings, underpinnings, returns to action
on Sunday as the property of
the Stud Rio Grande. Eustacio
Garcia de Paredes trains the
English colt.
Chlvilingo is another cam campaigner
paigner campaigner that returns to the races
fniinnrina' nroionffed treatment.
He is now owned and trained by
Prudencio pmmo. . y
Speedy native thoroughbred
Carmelita is in training and will
soon be back in competition; She
was recently sold to the Stud
Chabe. Antonio Eskildsen is now
her traineii ,K.
Pavinptto is another racer that
recently changed hands.- The
Stud Bucna Ee is his new owner
and Luis H. Fatrugia trains tne
fractious Peruvian horse.
Ruben Vasquez, who set a rec-
fA, rwrA aAm0sfr with nO
winners in the first half of this
year, is now only 12 wins shy of
equalling me recoro. ror one year
held by Bias Agulrre. Ruben has
a fnfol nt us fnr the vear as
compared' to Aguirre's overall
mark of 147. 1
on the other hand, second se
mester leader Braullo Baeza Is
only eleven winners bemna tne
six-month record held by Vas Vas-nnM
nnM Vas-nnM riiw.1) has alreadv booted
home' 78 winners in the second
half .this year." .wii,"
President Remori racetrack
,
In The
Letter Box
ar Sports Editor:
Please permit enough space in
your vajuaoie page ior inuvtiet
tor'
L 'rearettably did not attend
trie f lirhr. nrnoram at. the Nation
ai Gym lasi sunaay ana sicwng
at mv radio, the announcer was
heard to say that "Bourne lost
his title on tne scales- Dy weigh weighing
ing weighing in at 123 lbs., and that if
Claudio Martinez wins the en
counter, he will be the new ban
tamweight champion or v ana-
ma."
The following Questions im
mediately came to my mind:
(1) Can a title- holder lose his
crown on the scales and in the
ring on the same day? (2) n
Bourne lost his crown on the
scales at weigh-in time, was
Martinez boxing the scales so
that if he won he would be
champion?
(3) Can a contender win a ti title
tle title other than from the cham
pion? (As the Panama Commis Commission
sion Commission ruled last Sunday, Melvln
Bourne was not the champion
when he entered the ring).
" There are many more I could
ask butHhat will take up too
much space in your vaiuame
columns, Mr. Sargeant, but I
reallv would appreciate being
brought up on how Panama's
Commission amvea ai wieir de decision.
cision. decision. Another thing that the Pan Panama
ama Panama Boxing Commission did: It
obviously appears jthat everytime
vraitrin hMta T.at.ln the Pom-
iWW T "
mission takes him over the xoals
the next day ior it. wnai rul ruling
ing ruling of the Panama Commission
did Bourne void by not making
the title limit, to be fined $25?
Bourne did breach his contract
by not making- the required
weight, and for it he forfeited
the tidy sum of $100; so the
Commission had to get their
share, nence we line.
Actually, the Panama Boxing
rnmmlasion nulled a ble boner
by allowing the $100 weight for forfeit.
feit. forfeit. A championship fight
should never have a weight for
feit. Either the champion manes
the weight or he loses his title.
i That's all there is to it. i

t TDls error, .encuurngea duuihekii

to enter ine nng mucn neavierig
than his oDDonent. to win -the In

fight easily A&d pick' up a fat
purse. -'-- -'
Bourne can pat himself on the
harV. tw beeause this time the I
Commission did not reverse the

manager Pablo A. Thayer yester

day submitted the proposed
classic schedule for 1958 to the
Panama -Gambling? Cont r 0 1
Board for approval. ...
i xne new scneauie nas noiame
1mnrnvAmnr. nlii a nnalriitra.
ble increase in the purse dis,tri-
ouuon.
oOo ,'
v Thayer, who has been living
up to his promise to Improve
local horse racing in every
phase, yesterday met with rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the Panama
Jockey Association.
The race riders requested that
the ambulance in use at the
track be repaired and also 'that
tne racing strip at tne neaa oi
the chute on the backstretch be
improved.
Thayer told the jockeys
that he has already been mak making
ing making arrangements to eet a new
ambulance. He also promised to
fixed as soon as nossible.
The manager also stated that
the much needed jockey school
will begin operation next year.
Two retired local jockeys will
be in charge of the instruction.
Dftl LING HIS OWN-Jt wm
minute .every hour c o ff ee
, breaks. Baird bested the mara
of 280 games set recently by
Bob Rosburg in Oregon.

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- 3 .Tenth Wsok
' After taking four points for two
weeks in a row the Elks 1542
had tn nftttle for a sDlit with the
LAceS to enable Casa. Yohros, now
in, second place, to move witmn
four points of the leadersWith a
nninf Id ad thu Rllr Cm
Yohros match eould very well de
cide t the winner ot tms nan.
They are due to bowl each other
next-'week.iv:
Casa Yohros took four points
from Wright Bros, while Grants
Standfast were only taking one
from the Police Assn. inis arop arop-ped
ped arop-ped Grahts into third placed mov moving
ing moving Yohros into second.
Hogan's 552 Series took Class A
n,kiu" nniisan'i Mfl xeriei took
nuuo
Class B this week. It seem, it
took three games tor tne urants
Scotchmen to get wound up be because
cause because that is the only game they
won. And the Police were suing a
blind too.
The Shriners kept rolling with
throe nnrnt win over Peosi-Cola
to hold onto their fourth place tie.
Tom's 459 series lead Pepsi Cola
and took Class C series for the
week.
Standings
Teams
Elks No. 1542-
W L
28
24
22
20
20
17
1
13
12
Casa, Yohros
16
18
.20
20
23
624
27
Grants Standfast
Police Assn.
Shriners
Wright Bros.
Aces
Pepsi-Cola
Top Ten
Hoean
177-2
177-2
177-16
170-10
170-8
168-16
166-5
165-19
165-19
165 5
Sanders
Finnegan
Colbert
St. John
Spinney
Hoppe
Robinson
Robinson
Guest
Stilson

165-5
Aces
170 165 170 505
136 171 156 463
126 145 176 447
146 143 159 448
'159 126 145 430
737 750 808 2293
EHts No. 1542-
167 174 124 465
136 151 160 447
142 87 133 362
142 121 140 403
159 474 196 529
746 707 753 2206
42 42 42 126

Hulka
Stilson
Moorman
HoDDe
Spinney
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V3K
Bartram
Crawford
Orvis
Stone
Colbert
Totals
788 749 795 2332
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Casa Yohros

Robinson 194 169 179 542
Oesterle 157 179 158 494
Brown 155 168 162 485
Finnegan 171 203 158 532
Hogan 148 201 203 552
Totals 825 920 860 2605
vs. Wright Bros.
Hicks 126 154 131 411
J. Wright 152 198 155 505
Butz 131 153 145 429
Dougan 159 181 210 550,
Watson 175 145 150 470
Totals 743 831 791 2365
42 42 42 126
785 873 833 2491
Grants Standfast 1
DeVoll 125 154 186 465
Jeffries 138 136 156 430
Graham 128 125 143 396
Johnson 122 122 157 401
St. John 158 189 167 512
Totals 669 726 809 2204

vs. Police Assn.

Tuily 144 144 132 420
Garrett 142 150 132 424
(Blind) 121 121 121 363
Guest 161 189 174 524
Martin 130 117 144 391
698 72 703 2122
31 31 31 93
Totals 729 752 734 2215

Shrinjrs

Specht 115 149 130 394
Blakely 161 129 155 445
Carpenter 129 136 145 410
Hughes m 133 120 415
Hudge 177 157 138 472
Totals 744 704 688 2136
vs. Pepsi Cola
Perez 127 104 116 347
Tagaropulos 112 117 106 335
Yee 167 129 141 437
Tom 129 168 162 459
Chuljak 136 131 138 405

Totals
871
26
649
26
663
26
1983
J 78
Totals
897 67$. 689 :2061
Racetrack Tipl
By CONRADO
1 Destello Dun
a Ornamental Star Matriculado
3 Pancho Lopes Bugaba
4 Redondlta
5 Henco
6 Picararo
7 Diocese
Guacamaya
Tlngat
Lanero
Bine Sky
Rabiblanco
Manandoagua
Joselito
8 Francisquito
9 King's Park
10 Red Label
up to
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Promising Colt

Tp Whip Trirreme, Singful

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The stud Siboney's promising British colt King's
Park goes out tomorrow in quest of a repeat victory
in the $500 one mile main event for fifth series in in-ported
ported in-ported thoroughbreds at the President Remon race racetrack.
track. racetrack. i:
King's Park main opposition is expected to'be
fiirnichorl Kir f-fia iractl.r imnrnuod Trtrromil anal Sfnrrl!

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nnntralnr Mlnuendo' and Ma-
nandoagua are also expected to
be in the thick of the battle and
could be surprise winners. Plcu Plcu-do
do Plcu-do and Chlvilingo, the rank out outsiders,
siders, outsiders, are considered outclassed.
The one mile distance seems
Just riarht for the lontr-stridlntr
chestnut off spring of Tenerani.
Ruben vasquez, wno Texurns 10
the saddle after a week's layoff
because of- a wrenched back,
should also enhance the colt s
chances.
Trirreme. hotter than a flre-
crAf lrer these riavs is ahontinir
for his fourth consecutive victo-i
ry. Gulilermo sancnez, as usuaj,
will be aboard the Stud La po po-marada's
marada's po-marada's hope.
Slneful. which was a disap
pointing third beh'nd Sunfair
ana Mananaoagua last sunaay.
flciirpfl ts Imnrnvo hAra .ftftrl
could take it all. Vlrgilio Castillo
nrtll a ttomnr fra tttf e avAAlv
Argentine racer to improve on
his last performance.
Manandoagua was a surprise
second to mutuels favorite Sun Sun-fair
fair Sun-fair last Sunday and contrib contributed
uted contributed the major share of a $102
one-two payoff. Sandino Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez will once more be in this
hard-running little colt's saddle.
Slow-starting contralor and
Mlnuendo figure to improve this
time because of the increased
distance. Amado Credidio. ,'. re replaces
places replaces Bias Agulrre on contralor
while leading rider Braullo Bae-

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rrvln Snmvor nf Pittshiiroh. tt
protege of former, world champion
Joe Walcott, have signed for ,10
round television bout at Capitol
Arena Jan 1.
BOWIE ANNOUNCES MEET?
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Faster eattagea large ou,e,
, ne mil put Ceiine. Phene Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1166.
PHILLIP Oeeanslda Cottages
Santa Clara. Bos 1190 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3.U77, Cristobal 3-1473.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homes, on
beach. Phono Thopmion, lalbea
Houses
FOR SALE OR RENT: Beautiful
chalet in San Francisco, two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Phone 3-6019.
FOR RENT: Chalet in Miraf lo lores.
res. lores. Call Decoracianes Roberto.
During office hours. 3-4904.
After 6 p.m. call 3-6706.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
beautiful new chalet on Transist Transist-ntican,
ntican, Transist-ntican, front of Geneva. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono 3-3904.
FOR RENT: At Golf Heights 1
bedroom chalet, for couple with without
out without children. For information,
call Tel. 3-7971 for 2 to 5 p.m.
RENT: New chalet. 3
bedroom, living-diningroom,
maid's room, hot and cold water,
garage. 7th Avenue and Paseo
del Cincuentenario. (Coco del
Mar). Phone 3-3005.
FOR RENT' For six months:
JTfcree bedroom house. Well fur furnished.
nished. furnished. One bedroom, air-conditioned,
hot water. Phone 3 3-6120,
6120, 3-6120, mornings.

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"COL. ARTHUR P. HURR, commander of Albrook Air Force
' Base Is shown purchasing the first two tickets sold to Air
? Force personnel for the coming Scouters' Banquet and Ball
. from CWO M. S. Roberts, Albrook Institutional Scout Repre Representative
sentative Representative in Hurr's' office, this week. The banquet and ball
I will' 'be held at the Tivoli Guest House Dep. 5, starting at 7
i TJ.tti; The banquet will feature a review of Canal Zone Scout Scout-in
in Scout-in emohaslzlno; the role of the men behind the Scouts. All
past, present and future scouters and their wives are urged
to attend the affair. Music for dancing will be furnished bv
fert. Amato and his Air Force dance band from Albrook, who
ave contributing their services in behalf of the scout Drugram.
The new Canal Zone Scout Executive and Mrs. Daniel O.
Daniels will be introduced to the Carial Zone scoutin? com community
munity community during the evening. Tickets may be purchased through
" iZt Scouters in the Zone.

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Phono 'imrm J -4941.
FOR RENT, Two bedrooms,
porch, dining and living room,
maid's room, garage. Bella Viita
Colombia St. No. 44-17. Infor Information
mation Information same building. Apt. "P".
FOR RENT: At Tony's El Patio,
good space for chow. 36 E. 15.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment 2 bedrooms, living-dining-room,
kitchen, bathroom, back
front perches, apply 45th Street
2-241 after 5:30 afternoons.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, including refrigerator,
porch, parlor-diningroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, screened, $55.00.
Apply $112, Via Beliiario Pe Perm,
rm, Perm, near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Apartment and
rooms for $25.00 and $40.00,
information Jose Agustin Aran Aran-go,
go, Aran-go, No. 501 0-A. Phono 3-3644.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all screened. Living-din-inoroom,
garage, well situated.
Call 2-0326.
FOR RENT: Spacious, iust built,
screened, brand new apartment,
exclusive residential section,
maid's room, garage, hot water.
Telephone Panama 3-3273.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, hot water and air-condition
in bedroom, living-dining-room
garago. Call 2-0326 or
3-1960,
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getting holfwoy through on orgu orgu-ment
ment orgu-ment ond then reolizing the other
fellow is right.
PROTESTS EXPULSION
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (UP)
Denmark has officially protested
the Soviet expulsion of the Danish
agricultural attache from Moscow
as a Russian reprisal to Den Denmark's
mark's Denmark's ouster of a Soviet diplo diplomat
mat diplomat on spy charges, it was an announced
nounced announced today.
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FARMAC1A LUX-1S4 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD

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(he Belle Vlata Theatre. COLON:
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac
Sedan $3600. No trades. After
4:30 Qtrs. 2140-D. Curundu.
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 227S or 2176
Quarters 18.
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 : Oldsmobile 1952,
perfect condition, original owner.
Call Balboa .2846,
FOR SALE: 1949 Mercury
Tudor. Excellent condition, white
sidewall tires, overdrive, and ra radio.
dio. radio. Duty paid. Price $375.00.
Phone Albrook 3230.
FOR SALE: 1957 4 -door Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Power Glide, W. W. tiros
clean, bargain. Call any time Tel.
5-413.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
Deluxe, Sedan. V-8 engine,
wsw. 2 tone paint. 4,000 miles
$1990, like new. 0599-A. An An-con.
con. An-con. Phone 2-2744.
FOR SALE: Station wagon
Chevrolet 1955, duty paid. Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-6105.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 2-door,
radio, heater, no down payment,
just take up payment at P. C.
Credit Union, Phone 6430.
FOR SALE: 1948 two door
Lincoln. Duty paid. $100.00.
Phine Balboa 2-4176.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford two door,
excellent condition. Qtrs 104-A
Albrook. Phone 86-6242.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
hardtop, good condition. A good
buy $575.00. Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick 4 door
Sedan, radio, 4 new recaps, mo motor
tor motor excellent. Car in good run running
ning running condition. Can be seen by
calling Balboa 2395 Saturday.
Between 7:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m.
Price $350.00.
"GET STREAMLINED"
the McLevjr way Bodj, Mum ire,
Kxrerrisln Machine. Turkish
bath. Trained operators tor ladies
ind gentlemen. Get results.
PASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Artsemena Ave. 33-4S
Tel. 3-221T
new canon
CAMBHAa
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
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Panama N. York ftol6n
LIFE JISSURANCE
call
JIM etlDGE
Oeneral Agent
Gibraltar Mfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama t-0551
HA5SELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
SAN JOSE EXCURSION
Nov. 28 Dec 1
All Expense Tour for $65.00
FIDANQUE
TRAVEL- SERVICE
Tel. 2-lt61 r 0

Fabrics
Curtains & Drapery
Venetian Blinds
Slip-Covers
"DECORACIOHES
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I swollen Plaia
Central Avenue M.1U Tel. 431
TROPELCO S. A. SPECIAL OF OFFER.
FER. OFFER. Gai stoves, washing ma machine,.,
chine,., machine,., refrigerators and televi television
sion television tat at the bast installment
prices. Make your payment ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Taka advantage of
this Christmas offer. 45th street,
opposite "Central da Lacherias".
FOR SALI Norge automatic
washing machine, 1956 model.
Webcor High Fidelity tape
Recorder. Both 60 cycle. Call
Balboa 2-2982.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse
Laundromat, model L-S 100.
Used 1 month. Local Retail $395
Will sell for $295. Phone 2119
Albrook.
FOR SALE: Hollywood typo
bed. Excellent condition. Call
Hugh Priest 2254 Ft. Kobbc, or
can be seen 41st. Street No. 2
54 Apt. 18, Bella Vista.
FOR SALE: Single iron bed bedstead
stead bedstead with mattress, 1 5 yards
grey denim material. Balboa 2 2-6362.
6362. 2-6362. FOR SALE: On full sixe elec electric
tric electric stove. Good condition. Qtrs.
1 04-A Albrook. Phone 86-6242.
FOR SALE: 3 piece livingroom
set and coffee table, all maho mahogany.
gany. mahogany. $50.00. Call Navy Rod Rodman
man Rodman 3440.
MUST SELL HOUSEHOLD
GOODS: 7 pc. Rattan living
room set, $40; metal dinette set,
(4 chairs), $50; Hollywood bed
and beautyrest mattress, $40;
metal dresser, $20; wooden dres dresser,
ser, dresser, $5; cabinet, $10; telephone
table, $3; straw night table,
$10; metal deak, $15; stove,
$50; refrigerator (RCA), $225;
high chair. $35; TV set (RCA),
$150; phonograph, $15. Apt. 2,
house No. 4-166, 45 Street,
Bella Vista.

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Garbage Czar Held For Extortion
On Mitchell Air Force Base Deal

MINEOLA. N.Y., Nov. 22 (UP)
Vincent J. Squillante, alleged un underworld
derworld underworld czar of. a '50-million-doJ-
lar-ayear private carting indus
try, was indicted last night for
extortion m connection -with U, S.
Air Force garbage contracts. He
was taken from his home in
handcuffs and jailed early today.
Arrested with Squillante were
his brother, Nunzio, and Carmen
de Cabia, a Long Island garbage
hauler. Squillante and De Cabia
were charged with one count of
Dave Beck Denies
Trying To Recapture
Teamsters' Top Job
SEATTLE (UP) Dave Beck Sr.
outgoing president of the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Union, said today there is
"absolutely no truth" to reports
that he is trying to recapture the
top job in the union.
Beck said he intends to stay In
office as president only until the
court action involving the legality

the recent Miami Beach conven-!answer

tion is cleared up. Hoffa's term
was scheduled to begin Dec. 1.
He is enjoined against taking of office,
fice, office, however, pending the out outcome
come outcome of the court challenge.
Should the court decide Hoffa's
election was illegal, Beck said he
would continue as top man only
until the union selected a perma permanent
nent permanent president.
Asked by newsmen about the
comments of two unidentified or or-canizers,
canizers, or-canizers, quoted by the New York
World-Telegram and Sun, Beck
said: "I give no more attention
to undisclosed organizers than I
do to letters that aren't signed.
But there's absolutely no truth in
it."
The New York newspaper quot quoted
ed quoted one organizezr as saying, "It
is my opinion that Mr. Beck is
trying to get a new grip on the
union." Another organizer com commented,
mented, commented, in reference to i meeting
of approximately 40 organizers
from the United States and Cana Canada
da Canada here Friday, "it looks like Mr.
Bert ; acting like the president
again."

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FOR SALE: Good food at Tony.
Friedman's. El Patio 36 I. No.
15. X
FOR SALE : Twin stroller, $15,
Chicago shea skates sixe 6, $7.
Bassinet with pad $6.50. Tel.
6251 Curundu.
,
FOR SALE: Siames male kit kittens,
tens, kittens, "Seal Point" beauties.
Phon 1-4679 Panama..: 1 j
FOR SALE-Sava money! Buy
Clayco building block. 4"xl2"
x 12". They are economical, light
and da Hot crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco 6 Alfareria, S.
A., Via Espafia No. 37-40.
Phond 3-0160.
FOR SALE:: Outstanding selec selection
tion selection of choice U. S. and' European
Christmas ornsments, decoration
and lights for horn, stores,
club and organixation. American
Supply Co. "J" St. 13-06.
FOR SALE: Two airplanes,
$4500 each, piper tripacers, 135
HP. New coat was $9900, in inducting
ducting inducting $1 150 Sunair Radio. See
at Paitilla and make offer. Taitt
3-1337 er 2-4916 Panama, Box
3242. ..,
FOR SALE: Special aala today
' until November 30 on all our
many' splendored things, gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous Oriental novelties etc.
Lum's Ave. J. Fee. da la Ossa
40 (Auto row.) Reduced 30.
FOR SALE: "Baby Server"
feeding and play table, $15;
Franklin Rotary portable sewing
machine, 25-60 cycle, with ail
attachments, including button button-holer
holer button-holer and1 xia-xaqger, $30.00
1518-B Akee St., Balboa;. Phono
2-3135.
FOR SALE: Piano, watches,
shaver, suitcases, skates, black blackboard,
board, blackboard, toys, clothes, miscel miscellaneous.
laneous. miscellaneous. 2308-B. Las Cruces,
Balboa.
extortion.1 and one count of at attempted,
tempted, attempted, extortion in the indict
ment handed up at 11:30 p.m.-by
a Nassau.' County Grand Jury.
Nuncio iSquillante was charged
with one ount of attempted ex extortion.
tortion. extortion. V.
They are to' be arraigned in
Nassau CountjjCourt today.
All the counts related to a $3,
900 loss by Angelo Recchia, oper
aior of tne mo carting Co., in
connection with contracts for gar
bage disposal at m i t c h e 1 Air
Force Base and the Santini hous housing
ing housing project.
They apparently were a direct,
and speedy, result of testimony
by Recchia and others before the
Senate Labor and Management
Rackets Committee in Washington
last week.
Recchia had told the senators
10 days ago that he was "Dunish-
ed" by the mobsters for underbid underbidding
ding underbidding De Cabia for the $70,000 Mit-
enei Field contract in 1955. He ts-
tified further that he had been in induced
duced induced to overbid a contract for
Santini so that, De Cabia would
get the contract. He said he "for "forgot"
got" "forgot" to do so and got the contract
himself.
De Cabia denied Recchia's testi
mony. Both gquillantes took the
finn Amendment m refusing to
the committee's questions
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Mrs. Margaret .Van Alsteine,
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The police report on Mrs, Al-
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a" few minutes later."
pr. West said Mrs, Nash had
een his technician since 1928
and always had been extremely
conscientious.
Mrs. Nash said that she mixed
the glucose mixture yesterday
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sodium cyanide. When Mrs. Van
Alsteine came bi.she picked up
the wrong mixture.
The medical examiner s office
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death.
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Atlas ICBM Will Point Directly

j At Soviet Union Prom Wyoming

WASHINGTON; Nov. 22 (UP) Atlas intercontinental ballistic missiles apparently will be pointed squarely at Russia from a new missile
base to be built in Wyoming. j V-'.''.." ?
' The Defense Department announced late yesterday the 65 million dollar lase will be built at Francis E. Warren jAir Force Base near
Cheyenne. "( i '-:
The Pentagon said construction would begin "during the middle part" of next year. The base presumably would be ready about' the time
the United States has the Atlas, fully perfected and rolling off production lines.
The missile is undergoing tests at the Cape Canaveral, Fla., testing center now. There have been two known firings of the Atl&s so far.
' In both cases, the missile had to be destroyed at low altitude because of failure of a relatively minor part.' Another test was expected shortly.

Air Force Had Three Months' Warning
That Russia Was Set To Launch-Sputnik

275 Latin American ; Soldiers Will ; Gradual

From United' States Army Caribbean Schoo

Defense officials apparently
made public the new base site
because It would be difficult If
hot impossible to keep such a
large enterprise secret.
The Pentagon did not an-j
nounce the exact purpose of the
new "missile site.' But observ-j
ers gathered from the wording
of the announcement it was in-;
tended as a base for the 5500
piile range Atlas. i
' The Warren site apparently.

win he fullv eauiDDed for tne

launching of tne

which could streak

congressman said would gear

missile output for the first time

on a "massive" basis.
There were Indications the
order would put the Army Ju Jupiter
piter Jupiter and the Air Force Thor
1500-mile intermediate range
ballistic missiles into full scale
production, instead of elimin eliminating
ating eliminating one of them. Both have
been tested successfully.

ine nauon s aeiense was a

bis missiles primary target for president Eis

across the enhower, tackling a pile of work

tnn nf the world to land a nu

clear payload on Russian tar targets
gets targets in 30 minutes in case of
war.
Meanwhile U.S. missile expe expediters
diters expediters pushed today toward a
production order which a key

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75

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High
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11:04 p.m.

after his. Georgia golf vacation.

He held a regular weekly cab cabinet
inet cabinet meeting ,this morning and
was to confer this afternoon
with the National Security
Council.
A Pentagon conference be

tween Defense Secretary Neil H.
McElroy and missile director
William M. Holaday yesterday
gave a hint something may be in
the wind for the missile program, j

tep. oeoree H. Mahon (D-

lex.) forecast top-level produc

un aercsions "very soon, prob probably
ably probably In a few davs. Mahon is

cnairman of the House Appro Appropriations
priations Appropriations subcommittee Investi Investigating
gating Investigating the U.S. missile lag be behind
hind behind Russia.

After secret hearings with ton

Defense officials Mahon and
members of his committee said
they would not be surprised to
see the Thor-Juoiter controver

sy resolved by an order to build
both.
The subcommittee is flying to today
day today to the Army's Redstone ar arsenal
senal arsenal atHuntsville, Ala., where
the Jupiter was developed and
later will inspect the Cape Can

averal, rua., missile test range

WASHINGTON, Nov. 22 (UP)

A research firm doing top-se

cret work for the government

advised the Air Force last June
21 that Russia would launch an
earth satellite probably on Sept;

17.
Russia launched Sputnik No. 1
17 days later, on Oct. 4.
The report to the Air Force
was made by the Rand Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation of Santa Monica, Calif. The
concern is an independent non

profit organization doing secret

research and development in including
cluding including contracts with the Air
Force and Atomic Energy Com Commission.
mission. Commission. The 24-page report sum summarized
marized summarized recent Soviet publica publications
tions publications which, the Rand Corp.

study said, indicated the Rus Russians
sians Russians were about to send a sat satellite
ellite satellite into orbit around the
earth. The report, given to the

Boiler Explosion Sinks Freighter;
Rocks Whole Port Area Of Naples

NAPLES, Italy, Nov. 22 (UP)-

A boiler explosion sank an Italian

treignter at docKsJde today, cap

sized two -tugs and rocked the en

tire Naples port aea.
Three persons were known dead
and at least 60 injured, 15 critical

ly, seven docKsiao worKers were

missing and it was feared they
may have been trapped and
dragged down with the ship.
All 26 crew members of the

2,285-ton frei g h t e r Annamaria

Ievoli and the 10 men aboard the,

tugs were accounted for.

Police said 22 men were work

ing aboard the freighter when it
exploded. The captain ordered

them to flee the ship immediately.
Several survivors criticized the

captain's action, charging they

mignt nave saved some of tne

and a missile tracking s.tation in I trapped men had they been able
Puerto Rico. to remain aboard the vessel.

The explosion ripped two gaping
holes in the vessel's hull, pushed
over the, two adjacent tugs and
shattered windows throughout the
port area.
The ship sank slowly as workers
on the docks rushed to rescue the
crews of the freighter and the

tugs.

Fire engines and fireboats raced

to the dock to extinguish the

flames from the explosion. Shop

keepers closed their doors and
kept away from their shattered

windows.

Police were called to hold off the

crowd which included relatives of

the workers injured in the explo
sion.

me snip arrived nere a few days

ago to undergo repairs In the boll-

which exoioded. It had beer

scheduled to leave today for Mes

sina to take aboard a load of 4.000

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Air Force June 21. contained a

sketch of a dog harnessed for
space fight.
"The red letter date on the So Soviet
viet Soviet astronatftical calendar Is
Sept. 17, 1957,'i. the report said.
"This Is the 100th-anniversary of
the birth of K. E. Tsiolkovski.

the founder of the science nf as

tronautics." ;
' The Rand report based its es estimate
timate estimate of the Soviet, satellite
launching on. Russia's announc announced
ed announced intention to put several sat satellites
ellites satellites into orbit, and the an

nounced postrjonement of the

U.S. satellite launching until

March, 1958. 'v. ..

The Drestlee and nroDaeanda

vaiue to De gamea from a pre

mier launcning of an eartn sat

ellite, whether instrumented or

not, undoubtedly present a cir circumstance
cumstance circumstance far too attractive for

tne opportunists in the Kremlin

to ignore, the report said.

,ep. John E. Moss (D-CalifJ,
chairman of a House Informa Information
tion Information subcommittee, sharply cri
ticized the Air Force for fail failing
ing failing to act on the warning and

for following a "pubic-be-damned'1
information policy in
not alerting the American peor
vie.

Moss referred to the report in

a speecn in New Orleans
Wednesday.

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amanlan Government, the Diplomatic Corns. th Panam. National fiuarrl. th rimi 7

Government, and the United States Armed Form h Pmimi. rkiim f th ir

ui iucsis expectra ana siunenis, tne ceremonies and followinf reception may be attended b

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is graduating class come from Bolivia, Braxll, Colombia, Costa Rica. Cub

r, Guatemala, Honduras, Iexico, Nicaragua, Paraguay,, Peru,,. Uruguay an

The USARCARIB School was

founded in 1949 to train both

U.S. military personnel and se

lected Latin American- officers

and enlisted men in the concepts

of operation and tactics utilized

by tne u.8. Army, in 1958 tne

Schooiuwas converted exclusively
to the7 training of Latin Ameri

cans. .. ,? r

Since its founding, the School

nas graduated more tnan 15,000

men of which 7722 have been

from Latin American republics

Australian Sees
200 MilliorT Dead
tirlM issile WnV

ERRA. Novemhi' 99

( UP) A tOD Austrailian scientist

predicted today 200 milhon persons
would be killed in a war of inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental ballistic missiles.

Jfrof. Marcus Olmhant. hparf nf

research in the School of Phvsiral

Sciences at the Australian Nation

al University, said such a war be between
tween between the United States and Rus

sia also would cause biological
damage to the survivors that

would be carried from generation

to generation intq the future.

CZ Voiilh Center

Sponsors Form
Organized Group

The "Pacific, Youth t Center

Sponsors," a group of represen

tatives of Pacific side fraternal

civic, religious ; and community

organizationsn who met to set

up a program and club for Pa
cific side teenagers, formally es

tablished itself as an Isthmian

organization Monday night.

Articles of incorporation, in

cOrporatine the association un

der the laws of the State of De Delaware,
laware, Delaware, and by-laws naming the

group as the "Pacific Youth As

sociation" were read at tne

meetine and approved by the

representatives Dresent.

Tne by-laws provide that the

association shall be composed of

a membership representative of

civic, community, religious ana
fraternal organizations, with

such individual members who

desire to affiliate themselves

with the association. The by

laws Include the jurisdiction oi

the club now undergoing con construction,
struction, construction, to be known as the

"Teen Club." ;

The resident agent dtl the: as

sociation- in Wilmington; Del., is
the Corporation Service Co.",

The: Teen CluD js unaergojng

construction at the present time

and has been helped consider

ablv bv the funds raised at the

recent successful "Teenci Ball" at

Hotel El Panama Hilton.

Each Saturday sroiips of stu students
dents students help with the construction

at the Club building, located ad

jacent to the Balboa Substation

Building off Balboa Road. De

molition is being done by the
teenager boys. Last Saturday the

bovs unloaded some 1500 con

crete blocks which will be used

to construct block walls inside

the building.

This year alone more than 1000 School's, three"' main" academ

uenwai v ana south Americans!

nave attenaea .the School.

The two-fold misslonvof 'the
United States Armv Caribbean

scnooi, to traln-men at arms and
to ; create better understanding

oetween me twenty-one Amen

can nations, is being accomDlish-

ed by a combined staff of bilin

gual u.s. Army personnel and

guest' Latin American instruc

tors, instruction is Offered in a

variety of fields

departments which are the Tai,

tics Department, the Technic

Department, and the Armamei
a n d Automotive k Departmen
Through these i three depar
ments it is possible for a studei

to obtain a basic understand

or the essential operations oi f
army ;,,;."'A r:fr .. x

Because the School enrolls ot

ly students of Hlspano-Americ

lt enlovM the unioue- nosition

through the being the only UJ3. Army opei

7 : 'A) I

ated school in the world excli

sively conducted for foreign ni

tionais. Tne impact oi the ecno

upon s inter-American relation
althoueh.not always obvious, hi

been tremendous because of tl
common -meetinsr greund it trt

vides for the men of the Amei
leas to come to kndw- arid respe
one another, cooperation : an
understanding are being genei
ated on the level of the avera?

man. where it can have a real

successful and lasting effect. ;

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HAPPY Punctuated by bumps

and grinds, Jane Kusseu maKes

her debut as a night ciuo enter

tainer in Las Vegas. Nev. Jane

wnwed 'em with numoer

fealled "Be Happy Witb fthe.

J.Yacht You Got."

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j- .uiiuiMii uiuiiamicu supci&uiiic iesi missue come; in lor a
andin at Downey, Calif., using a self-contained automatic landing system. The system, de deigned
igned deigned by Autonetics, a division of North American, will also work in subsonic craft. The jet
rainer flying over the X-10 is being used for observation.

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wonderful travel Short!

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BIG KtAN. LITTLE CAR The photographer couldn't tell
what six-foot-six Sam Kelly was thinking aa he peered down
on this VolkswagL-n in Casper, Wyo. We imagine he was prob probably
ably probably trying io figure out wnere you put an 80-inch frame like
his in an auto that only measure 51 inches from the ground
to the top. . ...

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WILDLIFE SERIES The
nearly extinct whooping crane
forms the central design of this
three-cent stamp, fourth in the
Wildlife Conservation senef to
be issued by the Post Office De Department
partment Department The stamp, in blue,
green and yellow, shows a fe female
male female whooping crane bending
over her two young, with the
male bird standing guard in the
background. v"

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Race Issues Used

Ho Hamstring

DETROIT, Nov. 22 (UP) i

union president said-: today tht

President Eisenhower's C i V i
Rights Commission should Invest;

gate a ."racial war against laDor

m the South. i : ;

The statement was made b

Jmes B. Carey, head of th
International Union of Electrics;,

Workers (IUE). He said section
of big business and industry werf

fomenting racial hate to discdurt

age" labor organizing, t I

He said -this "uncivilized wan

fare'' was practiced as frequentll

by multi-billion dollar corpor?
tions- as it was by "bigoted baci
woods manufacturers." :
'The 'IUE president said hi

union Vas resisted by employer
who he said, exploited raoe preju
dice in Raleigh, N.C., GamesvilW

Fla., ; Jackson, Miss., and sa
Springs, Mass.
At Bay Spnrtgs, he said, officer
of the Neco Corporation told wort

ers they wouia ne repiaceu ui
Negroes if the IUE won the righl

to represent them. j
A nicture showing Carey dand

ing with a 1 ffegro girl was used

m campaigns ar; sperry nam
plants at Gainesville and Jackson
Carey said. 1 (
The union leaders said the Ciyi

Rights Commission "has morfl
than a right, v. it has a definibj
obligation" to investigate thesa

incidents. ' ' .' I

The Civil Rights Commission

should inquire into all instance!
of labor-management relations. in
which ''manaeement has denied

or hemed others deny the full en

- As it' viefUttt ' for'Afl

tain ,- -.

He spoke to the union s wauona

Civil Kignts ; tomerence nere. t

WHIRLWIND Mary Hosford
set even blase Hollywood on its
ear1 when she got a starring role
from producer C. V. Whitney
her first prefessional sally--in
'The Missouri Traveler." She
then announced she was getting
a divorce to marry Whitney and
put the topping on the cake by
writing "The Mary Hosford

Cookbook."

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MANUEL CABAL, veteran employe of the Locks Division, who
is retiring from active service at the end of November, re receives
ceives receives nis retirement certificate from Acting Gov. Hugh M.
Arnold. Shortly before, he had been presented a silver safety
key for completing 20 coasecutlve years without a disabling
accident. Born in Colombia, cabal has been employed with
the Locks Division since the Canal started operations in 1814.
Eis service up to the 'end cf November totals nearly 45 years.
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iooks like a Mexican bat tne
at Mirai Beach is Levon Mc Mc-Kibben.
Kibben. Mc-Kibben. Such bashfulness isn't
necessary,- though. Underneath
the. straw she's wearing tie
latent ui rLuiauiU toia u).

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