The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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' united rung agencies
. The Salvation Armyv euao-
; lisbed on tht Isthmus, for, more
: Nhn 51 years; Jte. a .rellgloua
and charitable organization,
non-Sectarian to Hs social
n service, . tt J ..1
, Last year more than 800
" needy- tamiues recwveu, otot
relief from the Salvation Army
v which conducts Its program of
relief from the sufferings of
the less fortunate irrespective
t of color, race or creed
j. t Anal Awfij rcAm ihlf
. acter-building activities for
. v young people, home leagues for
v women of all ages, emergency
relief, care of the blind, and
distribution of Christmas bas bas-kets,
kets, bas-kets, f 1 i ;
Dad Milking Cows'
While Drunk Shot
Py Teen-Aged Son
' ITHACA, N.Y., Nov. 23' -(UP)
A polite, leather-jacketed teen
ager was .charged today with, first
thA lavin2 of
his 44-year-old father, who he said
- got drunk on wine while milking
the family cows.
"Besides, I wasn't doing very
.H in hnl William Patana.
TV n wv J
14, told authorities. i
Young Patana was arrested In
. Watkins Glen about 45 minutes
after his father Andrew Patana,
, waa killed -ast nigiu.wun a snoi snoi-'
' snoi-' gun in-, thev barn of his farm at
L nearby Newfield ;
Th hnv icaid he shot his father
"because' the old man was dfunk,
Tompkms County Sheriff Howard
' -Harvey said.
- After the shooting, the boy took
' $250 from hi mother's purse- and
7 b .an nf .heana and. fled in the
family car with the K-gauge shot shot-.
. shot-. eun used in the slaymg.1 He tried
-! to ouirac -poiioe. -ai, vyawana wo
w halted after officers lired a
Bhot at his car. ' '
vnno Patana ilsn was charged
With juvenile delinquency and was
ordered held in thp Broome Coun-.
1 tv detention nomc, in diusiwiuij
mv. until an attorney was named 1
to represent him.
w inlrt Iha sheriff his
father had been drinking wine in
the barn while 'they were milking
' the cows. ' 1 -s
"I got mad, real mad; when I
saw how drunk he was young
Patana said. "He .Couldn't even
stand up." V V"4
The teen-ager, who displayed no
emotion, told authorities he often
arsued with dad,? Last night, he
said, he left the barrt,, went into
-the house and got Jus fathers
shotgun. He ; said; he, loaded the
eun on his war back to the barn
J and fired as ht$ father emerged
carrying a pail of milk.
9 USSR Soys Atom
Poyer Stations
Next On Agenda
.-.j -(
LONDON, Nov, 23 (UP) A So Soviet
viet Soviet scientist has predicted Russia
will have atomic power stations an
oneration. "Within a few-years,
, Radio Moscow said today. -.;
The broadcast, qubting an article
In Trud by the deputy head of the
Soviet Atomic Energy Administra Administra-f
f Administra-f tion, said Russia planned to build
.iimi stations with a total capac
ity of 2,000,000 tOv00,000 ,KUO ,KUO-.
. ,KUO-. watts , ? '
E UACC I New York's, first
bronre kyraper lights up the
K.inbattan y as light from' its
luminous eoiung illuminating
system pour through its 1.678
window s. The 33-story Parle
Avenue cTce buildin i
irg completion. .-.. v T: "...

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Panama

To Continue Till Christmas
Electricity rationing In Panama, with its consequent periodic biackoutt, will run
at least till Christm week a fuerza y Luz spokesman .said tod&y.
Spar parts for the generator ; whose breakdown caused the power hortage are
due her. Nov. 'sb. Meanwhile the Fuerza y Lux It buyjng all the current the Canal
Zone has to spareV 100 kilowattsan. hourhrfng the day and 1500 k.lowatts an
hour' during the night. Panama's peak consumption is -4500, kilowatts hourly.

Panama City's hospitals
The Fuerza y Luz spokesman
says the company is-wyins; w
maintalij power supplies totac totac-tyiric
tyiric totac-tyiric anrf other industrial es
tablishments' during 'the day,
nH n theaters and other
nieht-workin commercial es-
tabllshmenjs during: the ,xagai.
,'j 1 1
This' effort to minimize the
Inconvenience to business is the
reason for residential', sections
being blacked out at v inconve inconvenient
nient inconvenient hours- s
v The company- "is trying to
whrif im a schedule..: so that
each district will Know -when to
expect blackouts, s xne-joo w
being' frustrated by the new
street 'numbering .Hystem and
T
Salvation leaders
Lcavini Zone for
Boston Assianenj
. Wnd Mrs. jfdward Gooding olt
La Boca Corps, residing as, io,
Abajo who have been active youth
leaders in ; The Salvation). "Army
here, are featured in a farewell-
Service at La Bora tomorrow s veiv
ingritoflducted jtm'fiecuenai uni'.
cer Major: ;and Mrs J. Sundberg.
Envoy and Mr. C;Moseley who
are in -charge f La Boca corps
have -sent out invitation for a
simple "deapedida'1 this coming
end, f
s Gooding who has been emptoyed
for aoime vears at .Rodman Naval
Base plans to further his studies
in Radio Electronics at. Boston,
Mass. He will be accompanied by
his wife, who is employed a .Dia,
bio Commissary and their tea?
vear-oW son Antonio when leav-
ine towed the end of this month.
tvThe Goodings nave provea inem
selves to be ardent Christian you
workers over the; years in; LS
Boca Salvation Army Corps include
in' Sun. School teachings. They
will, however, ne linked up wlta
one of the Army centers in Bos Boston
ton Boston in due. course as Salvationist
youth leaders. ;
Soviets Say New
Plane Can Reach
DC In Ten Hours
LONDON. Nov. 23 (UP) Rus
sia's Mew. turbo-proD TU114 airlin
er can fly non-stop from Moscow
to Washington in 10 to 12 hours.
Radio Moscow said today. :" :,
A broadcast heard here said the
plane, with a normal load of 170
passengers, could carry a heavier
payload than any other passenger,
aircraft in the world.. f t,
Norwegian Envpy
To US Relieved
S 7
" OSLO Norway; Nov:' JOT (UPj (UPj-King
King (UPj-King Ola v today relieved Wjlhelm
Morgenstieme as worway s am
bassador to Washington under the
Norwegian 'law requiring officials
rto retire at the age of JO. -.
i He asked Morgenstieme- to act
as ambassador 'for the rest of thJ
year- ann did not .immediately
name a, replacement J: ..

A rchitecfurall Triumphs: UN0 Rockefeller
fi-J- ftfie ouiCA iwiv wbirk in mM matw lif-r tim vr riurinff dumoll. I

NEW YORK (L'PI ,Dick 0H
Connor; a blind newsdealer who
has peddled papers and maga magazines
zines magazines on the same corner for 21
years, says he may not be the
richest newsy ia. the world but;
he's the only one whose shack,
waa planned and designed by
arcmieci. ( l 3
This .waant any. old architect.
The firm that blueprinted O'Con-
nor 'a three-by-six-tooi newsstand
happens also to be the ene that
designed the United Nations builds
in?s and helped with the Rocke
feller, Center complex

i 44itioa. he worka on a,

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Blackouts
are tha only places exempt
W the complexity of the pat
form nf t.h nnw1- RUDIMV
Tn irpnerai the schedule of
power cuts will continue about
the same as It has been this
week.'"'
Setting i an example, the
Fuerza y Luz 'Co.'s headquarters
building on Central Avenue has
cut off all Its air conditioning,
and. is using oniy nan uw
available lighting during the
day.
Lillle Rock Crisis
Charier Chosen As
Civil Rights Chief
WASHINGTON, Nov. '23 (lP)--a
rtant Attornev General W,
Wilson White, who helped chart
administration moves in the Litue
RockJ crisis, has been chosen to
head, the Justice ; Department's
new civil rights division, informed
sources said today,
yum annninlment. CXDected tft be
announced' foWaily-wthirfw
days, would" not v require Senate
confirm auon since- weiev
will brtransferring to another job.
-ThiS Would avoid possible ad administration
ministration administration dash with Chairman
James Eaatland-n-Mass of the
Senate i Judiciary ;;ommittee wno
tried td block all ivil rights legis legislation
lation legislation in the last session of Con
gress. A newcomer tor government
would have tobe approved by
Eastland's committee for tne post,
The new civil rrEhts law author
izctd the civil .rights division to
seek injunctions against anyone
who tries to block a citizen from
toting for reasons of race or color.
Siteh suits oreviousiy could be
brought only by the 'individual in'
The division also-would have re
sponsibilities in situations such as
the school integration dispute 'at
little Rock,- Ark which finally
culminatedinthe dispatch of fed federal
eral federal troops to. the scene to edforce
federal court orders. '";',
The 51-year-old White, described
bV friends aa "brainy"' and "easy
going now Heads tne. aepart-
ment'i office of Jeeal counsel, in
formants said he would retam his
title as an assistant attorney gen general
eral general in his new post. -,r
Britain Agrees
To Turn Loose
Egyptian Slerling
LONDON. Nov. 23 CUP. A lead
ina Rririxh mace scientists said
today the launching of artificial
meteors by the United .States was
trivial compared with the Soviet
launching of two artmcial satel
lites. ...-: : ; 1
The comment was made by D',
L. R Shenherd. chairman of the
4 council of the British Interplane-
i . -.-..
tary Society and president of tne
international Astronauucai vn vn-rress
rress vn-rress held in Barcelona in Oclto-
ber. : '!
Kenneth Gatland, vice-chairman
of the British InterplaneUry So
ciety, said "I do not, attach muen
lmoortance to tms.
Shenherd said he thought the ex
periment was -of far more
tifie than muiurj value.
I sidewalk which in cold weather, is
! radiantly heated. : an -.underfoot
conditio t be appreciated by a
man who worka outdoors nine
hours a day.1 .j v
The day Dick opened his new
standi waa like opening day fn a
aw office -building.- Two- lady
customers sent baskets of ; flow flowers,
ers, flowers, and they: made -a fine' show
d among the stacks of papers:
The arcmtecturaUy -' acceptable
stand la on the corner "of 5Sth St
and Mam son Ave. in front of the
'new building of the CTT Financial
Corporation, a decorous, smooth'
faced structure of polished black
granite si unless steev and greea

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PANAMA, R. IV SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1,957

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Ex
y v.
El Panama Hilton, whose
power Is cut twice daily, is
cooperating by cutting off most
ot Its, air conditioning..
' 1 1 '. -i-r" "-I i'-' 1 f'
(led Cross Exodus
Sparks I!?y Talk
Of Ciibsh Trouble
Havana. No-. 22 fUPY The
haety departure Cuban Red Cross
units irom sanuago causea specu
tion here today of a possible clash
between government forces and
rebels in .southeastern Cuba.
Three was aa yet. no explana
tion- for the sudden movement of
the Red Cross muts,: used only in
emergencies. It concided howev
er.? with -persistent rumors that
rebel forces had carried out a new
landing on the' coast, of Oriente
Province, j
TJncorfirmed reports said the re
bels landed between Santiago and
Stats maintains a naval base.
' Reports said the Red Cross units
headed eastward from Santiago.
Truckloads of Cuban 'naval per
sonnei -? also were reported seen
speeding to the east ."
overnement forces also were
reported to -have carried, out thor thorough
ough thorough search of the: Sihoney Beach
area in Santiago. Bay, and exculus exculus-ive
ive exculus-ive winter and summer resort. Two
abandoned 3ar ges were found; in
the bay area recently.- (
Asati Batista forces are known
to have carried out, at least .two
'invasions since rebel leader Fi
del Castro led a band of ) revolu
tionists ashore last Dec. 2. The
Cuban, navy seized- the three
yachts used in the landings.'
U. S. federal aent cantured
31 Cuban rebels In Key West, t la.
as they prepared to board a yacht
with a heavy load of ammunitions
to "invade" Cuba. All were charg charged
ed charged with conspiracy to violate the
Neutrality Act,-
The Cubans refused to eat break
fast or lunch at the-Monroe Coun
ty prison in Key West Thursday
in protest over alleged "overcrowd "overcrowded
ed "overcrowded and dirty' cells. But later in
the afternoon many of the jebelsJ
nibbled on sandwiches. ,
Suez Tqlli II6I Rcd
Ajd lo PayTor 01m,
Claims Cairo Paper
CAIRO. Nov. 23 (UP) The
newspaper Al Shaab reported to
day that Egypt'" five-year indus
trialization plan will cost three
times the amount of tne soviet
loan that was announced this
week. -. ... .. S:
The taner estimated the cost
or tne live year plan as approx approximately
imately approximately $618,000,000. ..
The Soviet loan was purely
economle and had no connection
with an arms deal, Al Shaab said.)
The newsoaDer Al Ahram re
ported that, no part of the So Soviet
viet Soviet loan would- be used to fi finance
nance finance the building of the Aswan
Dam, The paper said that the
dam would be financed by the
revenue from Sues Canal tolls
which this year would reach 40
scien-Lmlllian Egyptian
pounds $114,-
suu.uyoi.
t -Tot two years, during demoli
tion and construction work on tne
site. O'Connor had to move his
old wooden stand, painted green
in the New York tradition, across
the street.. But when' the shiny
new building was completed, be
demanded Jus corner back.
"He told -us his entire business
career had -been on this corner,
that it waa home to him," a CIT
man recalled. ?We decided to
have u a newsstand designed for
him to conform with the new
building. n.J-i -
The. CIT building architects
were ; Harrison t Abrmovitx,
whose Wallace SL Hamsoo was

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BALLISTICS .REPORlV-rJudge Angel 'Vltelio de Gracia: (right),
counts' the vials containing IS bullets which were examined
by Canal Zone police Sgt. jack r.; Morris (center) and to
Panamanian ballistics' experts. Also looking on is Canal Zone
Police Chief MaJ. B. A. Darden who delivered the experts
. report to the judge.

Uruguayan Ex-President,. Army Chief
fejured In Duel VagclfefPdHtiS:

ifofJTSVIDEO, Uruguay, Nov.
23 -f UPV-Former President Luis
BaUle,erres and len Juan P.
Riba were iniured in a saber
duel they fought today to, setyle
pontfcal differences. j s v
IJBatlle Berres received a stab
In the biceps of the right arm
and Ribas sustained a oeep cut,
about ne inch long, in the right
hn-nrf. Thev were treated -h and
bandaged on the spot : by their
physicians Neither wound, 'was
considered' serious ;
. Both, contestants refused If rec
onciliation after the encounter
, As president or tne awiwurpe
nine-man eoerai VOuncwf -wmcB
governs Uruguay, Batlle ilBerrCs
was the" official guest of President
Eisenhower in Washington in4955 in4955-H
H in4955-H was counci5l president -from
March. 1955, to March war. M.ne
is, considered the "strong man"
in- the present government' ? ana
remains a member of the coun-
t;Th' referee stopped the duel In
the second round when both "men
were i injured, almost simultane simultaneously.
ously. simultaneously. Under the rules of a "court
Reds Saving Seat
For Dulles Aboard
first Moon Rocket
ivCAIRO. ov. 23 (UP) A Cairo
editor, Mohamed Hassanein Heikal
said today the Russians were sav
in e a seat for U.S. secretary ot
State John Foster Dulles on -their
first manned rocket to the moon.
- Heikal, back from a three-week
Moscow visit, told Soviet Commun-
jjst chief Nikita S. Khrushchev he
would like a seat on tne first moon
rocket so as to be the first journal
ist to reacn tne sareiuie.
"No, don't go on the first rock rocket,"
et," rocket," he said Khrushchev : replied.
"Let us leave seats on that rocket
for' those who have despaired of
their hves . .there are many peo people
ple people who have a better claim to
go." .
"Dulles, for Instance?" Heikal
eaeKested. '
,4,That's the idea!" Khrushchev
. said. "Can you persuade him?"

iCerifer Corner Newsstand
flMm- of nlannina for the U.N.I The finished work Jias such fea-

ector of planning for the U.N.
buildings. Architect T. De Felice,
vho worked on the U.N. project,
lesigned a newsstand of special
waterproof i plywood ;i with three
sliding glass-and-aluminum win win-4ows
4ows win-4ows and a built-in, fluorescent fluorescent-ighted
ighted fluorescent-ighted magazine stand en one
end. .. '-- .- j, --i
Just between you and me,"
O'Connor said today, "I don't
think they had as much trouble
designing' the U.N. as they did
this stand. They never had -designed
a newsstand before. They
Had to go to the city to find out
the building ordinance on news news-'tans
'tans news-'tans and then ask me and oth

ers foe ideafc. -. ;.

of honor,"" "the duel' was to end
after first bl6od was drawn.
The men met in a clearing of

a woods near the headquarters 01
the 1st Artillery Regiment, some
eight miles from the center of
Montevideo. ''?-'
Newsmen, photographers and
the general public were kept at
a distance of 3,000 ieet from the
scene. Several fist and verbal
clashes- betwee, relatives and
friends of the' contestants were
reported to have taken place while
the duel was being fought. Police
intervention was required to re restore
store restore order in the crowd.
Rattle Berres challenged Ribas
to the duel a week ago, climaxing;
a dispute over a series or articles
published by Rihas criticizing mil military
itary military commanders appointed re
cently by the armed forces. Batlle
Berres, as head of the ruling
Colorado Batlhsta party, coun countered
tered countered the attacks and defended
the government policy.
Arnold Tributes
PC Safety Staff
On Accident Low
Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold has
written letters to W. H. Smith,
chief of the Safety Branch and
all Company Government safe safety,
ty, safety, representatives congratulating
them on the safety record achiev achieved
ed achieved during the month of Sept
whn an all-time low in accident
frequency rate for the organization
as a whole waa estanusnea.
Disahling injury cases reported
during September for the Panama
Canal Company Canal Zone
Government resulted m a frequen frequency
cy frequency rate of 1,38 as compared to the
prior fiscal 3-year average. of
g.12. This was tne lowest tor tne
Company Government since
accident records were first kept
in 1940.
During the 30-day period, ac according
cording according to preliminary reports,
there -were only three niaabiing
injuries among the employes of
the Canal organization who work worked
ed worked a total of 2,167,37 hours.
tures as an aluminum pull-out ex extension
tension extension roof to protect papers
from rain, short leveling device
legs, and a built-in folding sest
'That, inside seat is. only for
use if I want it," O'Connor aaid.
''But I don't, except for coldest
weather. I'm strictly an outdoor
boy," V v--v 1
t f. - ..
"Some of Dick's ; steady cus customers
tomers customers even got the idea that
this million-dollar fancy heated
sidewalk was put in Just for him,"
said Davy, the cop on the corner.
"Dick's been here so long' he's
even acquainted with the wmd en
this corner." -.

38 Pacora Knoll

To Be Searched

For More 3

Chrtrne nf "I Inrf" ur

the court' as the Reman assassination trial got under way
nnnin tnAnv r .iOira

Prosecutor Francisco Alvarado Jr. said that the ca

det defendants had lied about
they claim to have tested a

alleged assassin Rub6n O. Mir6. t

Ex-cadet Luis Carlos Hernandez returned the cork

plimenr, asserting that Alvarado had lied by misquoting.

Hernandez testimony. S iv
Examination in the Canal Zone by a group of bqlV
listic experts, including CZ Police Sgt. Jack F. Morris, re

vealed that bullets found at

tired trom a machinegun, t ( s
Now, at the proposal of juror Efrafn PastojRamos,
the search for machinegun bullets which coud corrobo
rate the cadets' story is to be continued at'tiie same spot
where .38 revolver bullets were found this,week; It is be believed
lieved believed that tiiejhrdehitjtine-. Qbinefftfti: bulletr could
have gone deeper into the soil than rtie revolver slugs..
.Meanwhile the ballisfuf exberts are exoeicted to ritV.

the blood-foinea7buiierjorn sporrs snirt anjwits, rr. --idenf
idenf --idenf Josi1 R6m6i ditvedrin down
Jan. 2, 1955. The have been asked to establish the vali validity
dity validity or otherwise of the;defense claim that Rem6n was
shot at pointblanfc jange.

Slvarndn bftsed Tlis "liar"
charge on the report submitted
by Morris and two Panamanian
ballistics experts who examined
a number of bullets" dug Out of
at knoll at Pacora.
The bullets had been removed
from a spot indicated by Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez and1 fellow defendant
Jdse Edgardo Tejada as the place
where they had test-fired the
machinegun which was later
gold to Miro.
However, the ballistics report
submitted by Morris, former
Panama Secret ponce: cmei
Juan de Dlos Poveda and Secret
Police ballistics chief Luis A.
Gonzalez identified 12 of the
bullets as fired from a .38 cali caliber
ber caliber revolver and one as of 9 cal caliber
iber caliber but too corroded to permit
positive identification.
This afternoon the experts will
seek to establish whether or not
two apertures in tne srars are
bullet holes and whether the
shirt has nowder burns as claim
ed by the defense, in order .to
support the defense contention
that the President was shot at
point-blank range. ''a-.?:
The prosecution claims he was
macmnegunnea irom range pi
about 40 feet. ; ''vy-.
Hernandes, Tejada and Mlro
all insisted under questioning
by juror Ramos thai the knoll
about 27 miles from Panama
City was the exaet spot where
they test-fired the machine--gun
in September, 1954, and a
Belgian 9 mm pistol on Dec. 4,
is". ,.:-;,s.
Camilo Gonzales, the third
cadet defendant, declared as
he always bad that he did not
remember the place. J-
The prosecutor referred to the
record to point out inai Hernan Hernandez
dez Hernandez had said that the spot where
they had : ; test-fired the ma machinegun
chinegun machinegun was near Pacora In
stead of at Pacora.
. ,.;.v ','
Alvarado also Quoted Tejada
as describing the spot as in a
turn-off road near a river. Al
varado said lt was absurd to
think that a machine gun would
be tested from the side or the
road aa the defendants said they
did when they pointed out the
knoll last Tuesday. -V
The decision to continue tne
search for additional bullets in
the small promontory was made
after the defense: the prosecu
tion and the "Jury was heard
from on the issue. v '!'
The nrosecution wanted to sus
pend the trial while the new
search waa conducted, but after
hearing opposing arguments by
the defense and the jury, Alva Alvarado
rado Alvarado said be would continue his
final address. He said he was
"not afraid" ot what the search
would disclose. .-
Some defense lawyers contend

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vrhnnnel hriclrlv nrrfitl'
the spot near Pacora where?
machinegun that they sold
the Pacora spot had not been
ed that since the cadets and MS
ro say the machinegun was test
fired into the knoll at close
range that the bullets may have
gone in aeep. v,
Defense attorney Felipe 3. !e
cobar, suggested that the search
ers be equipped with a metall
detector.
At the end of the discussion
Judge Angel VltplioiDe Oracla"
instructed the defense and the
prosecution to 'name theif rep
resentatives to witless. ; the
search, which will be conducted
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IJV AarhanA Km
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a ivumj iiiiiwwviii
To Exlortion Raplti
MINEOLA. T.Y Nov. 3S fTJPl
The reputed boss of the New
York metropolitan area a 'Sfk
million-dollar-a-year ga-rbaes.
haulage business y e s t er dsj
pleaded innocent to extortjoi
charges and was released :oit
baiL. -. ..
Vincent T: Squlllanle, 44, was -freed
after posting $30,00iTi)aii
set bv Nassau County Judge Paul
Widlltz. Released in $10,000 bail
each were Squillante's brothel
Nuncio of Long Island and Car
men De Cabla, als6 of Long-Is
land. No date was set for trlaL'
The three men were charred
with extortion and attempted ex
tortion by forcing cartmaa An
gelo Recchla to surrender a lu
crative eovernment contract -ai
an Air Force housing project on
Long Island. .,, rr-
The Squlllantes and De Cabla
were arrested at their homes
Thursday night said held until
yesterday afternoon r in Nassau
County jail. They were picked -up
under Indictments handed
up by a rackets grand jury aftej
an unusual night session. -,
District Attorney Frank A. Ou-1
lotta said the jury la expected
to issue more indictments aftei
another night .session Tuesday.
Sputniks Spurring :
8fcAcre Mars Lots
TOKYO! NovI Z3 (UPV-The Ja.
pan Astronautical Society, wh- h
for the past two years baa tried t
peddle 80-acre lots on Mars i f
$2.78, said today Russia's SputnJ:!
suddenly eaused a land boom.
It reported that applications ha j
come from the United States; An
geatina 'India. Hong Kong. Nevi
Zealand, .west Germany. Turkey
and several other nations. The
money is used to organize Jar
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IT gorgas expenses
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it is not a question of how much money Gorgas Hospital
spends, but Just how do they spend It? How much s wasted on

asinine laeas ana juvjecisf .
A Tn-t it. MDenslve to break In new employes doctors, nurs

el or administrative? Why not treat the older one with some
consideration and they will stay with the hospital..
How many Mall Box readers know the true story about the
iiw deal given Schuler and Newport? It isn't nice,, but I'm sure

mat you will hear more about It later. v
Y wh la Dorcas hospital paying double for Its maintenance

work? Several years, ago Gorgas had their Own maintenance
drew Why couldn't spangler, the present maintenance man,
now work for the hospital and save that money that Is paid In

surcharges?
i wh was Parker left out? Was not his department one

S the better-managed places at the hospital? Was it because

someone else waniea me creun ww ws uue uuut uwi
roni hav had at Goreas for several years is good food. Many

(Jldtimers can remember the late 1940's and what the food was

luce then.
1 Why was It that 25 or 30 T.B. patients were admitted to the
i?ht. potion at a verv low rate Per day. These patients do

mot have Canal Zone privileges. The going rate for these pa-

tfents is' around $5 per day compared to the outside rates to
other non-employes of 525 or more. Who is footing the bill of
around $600, a. day? No wonder the budget committee put a stop
to some of foolish spending. Now the brass is trying to put the
tjjame on the poor employe in the field, who had nothing to do

th it.

Taxpayer

Labor News
And
Comment

A QUEEN'S THANKS
i

i would like to sav thank you very much to the Pacific Youth

Association Committee who worked so hard to make the Teeno

Bail possible In order to raise iunas. ior our Teen uud. mans
von rasa Fastlich for the verv beautiful pearl necklace. Thank

you Tahiti Jewelry Store for the fine watches. Thank you The

' Panama American, the Star and Herald, and CFN Radio and
Television for the wonderful publicity given so readily to the
Teeno Ball and to the candidates. Thank you Arturo Beauty

Salon for the very stylish and becoming; hairdos into which you

put so much time and effort. Thank you Harnett and Dunn for
your valuable coaching arid effective management. Thank you

the management of El Panama Hilton for giving us such a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful aettinor for our Teeno Ball. Thank you to all the other en-

, terprises who contributed so generously to make the Teeno Ball

such a grand success.
Lastly, thank you to each and everyone for your co-operation

and for electing me.
Your Teeno Queen,
. Ruthit Thompson

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LEILANA LEVIS

Beina- an Army Teenager, I have had the good luck to move

' arouna quite a Dit. i uvea m tne i;anai zune up untu me sum sum-'
' sum-' mer of 1056 and am now living in the Hawaiian Islands. Just a
few days ago I received a copy of your paper and was interest interestingly
ingly interestingly amused at the argument over Teenager's wearing apparel.
It seems Levis aren't good enough for a few high-classed In Individuals
dividuals Individuals who like to tear them down. Why? Is it because they

art made of a coarse material?. ; is it because they are tight-fit-
, i- ting? if that's all the parents have to complain about they are
V vtry luclcy. Mow many, tlrtiwi j they red headlipa-frticlea about
- Aiina hnftrtlitmf Attacking tfri rtdm-br-xmitrt 4fe foi-'itirlf.O Wow

many times have they had to dig a zip-gun- bullet from their
. pride and Joy's" arm or had to bandage a broken bottle round
on the way to the hospital?
If the- only thing Mrs; Zilch has to gripe about is th way
kids wear their clothes, Hat Ha!, I'm laughing.
Tom Tubbs

SUGGESTION PROGRAM
Bir: v
Hey, Daddlo, want to make a clean up? Want to cash In on
the Army's Suggestion Program in a big way? Okay, then here
' 1 are a few ripe suggestions to toss into the hopper:
1. Suggest that all officers get two afternoons a week off
and not be required to handle more than two pieces of paper a
n day. Estimates award. $500.
. 2. Suggest that each officer be assigned a private sedan for
travelling two and from work and for shopping, movies, club and
other activities. Award: $1000.
3. Recommend that all civilians bow three times from the
waist upon meeting or 'addressing anything in uniform above
' the rank of Pfc. Award: $50.
4. Recommend that additional free fishing boats be provided
to the poor officers can take advantage of the fishing here. A A-ward:
ward: A-ward: $500.
5. Suggest that special arrangements be made with the El
. Panama and other town spots for reduced rates for anything,
pardon, anyone in uniform such as Scotch for 15 cents. Award:
$1000.
6. Recommended that any civilian (GD civilian) be laid off
for a week for laughing at the knobbly-kneed military in shorts.
Jose Blow

By VICTOR RIISEL

-CHARLOTTE. N.C. An eso

teric-devotion to duty has Police
Chief Frank N. Littlejohn of this

city. He is holder of a uniqu

record. He arrested Jimmie Hoffa
for street fighting here not too

long ago. The official charge was

"entering into an affray for

which Hoffa posted a $50 bond

out of some petty cash he bad in
his working elass jeans namely

S891.33.

Hoffa never showed up for trl

al, but it cost him more than the

fifty bucks. Chief Littlejohn is

man with built in indignation
When we talked of what the Sen

ate racket-busting committee is
going to exhibit when it opens its

hearings on some 150 acts of

Teamster violence in Tennessee.

the Chief disclosed that he could

match the committee s knowledge

witn documented evidence of ter

ror) elsewhere below the Mason-

Dixon line. In fact he has Jus

spent, a full week with a MeClel

lan Committee investigator for

whom he opened a file full of

tales of turbulence.

The chief is particularly indie

nant over the type of men Hoffa

nas placed atop tne Carolina

leamo local.

CURUNDU SPEEDER

Seme 4 them are ex-convlctt,
the police chief report. Fur Furthermore
thermore Furthermore LlrrUjohn is proud of
the thousands of local rank-and-file
Teamsters ho tries to pro protect.
tect. protect. Ho reports that they are
aeod men and that some 1500
of thorn have from time to
time, come in one way or an another
other another to aik for protection of
their right to speak np in their
anion.

ineir siorv miv re told mm

day if the McClellsn Committee

and its counselor, Bob Kennedy.

find the time to turn from the

iec. 5 inquiry into violence in

lennessee to the Carolinas.

This is hardly the moment for

whimsy but the thou eh t

that a great moral nlav mishf hp

written around granting J i m m v

J LI. 1 .

iima auu nie DrauiSITUSl WDat
they have been urging all -these

montns.

What if someone aid "All

right, Hoffa, you've said you'd

ciean up. xmow we give you a
year to do so." That's the basic

formula Hoffa's roving brothers

nave been trying to seel the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO high command in an effort

to avoid expulsion of the Team

sters.

Whom would Hoffa exnel The

Tennessee local, soon to be spot spotlighted
lighted spotlighted by. JheiMcCiellan Commit Committee?
tee? Committee? Their leadeMtaU yoted for
Hoffa orfpresidentUt'vtbe Team Teamsters'
sters' Teamsters' Maimi Beach'convention.

The Carolina localsR'Thev ar

under Hoffa's personally chosen

trustee: The men of carbaae ; in

New. York and Los Angeles?
They, were a vital part of Hoffa's
vote-getting machinery at the con

vention, e
Would Hoffa expel the Detroit
Teamsters who dealth with the
Shefferman "fix-it" operation and
are now being probed by the Jus Justice
tice Justice Dept. for violation of Section
302 of the Taft-Hartley- law which
can bring jaii sentences and $10, $10,-000
000 $10,-000 fines? These are all Hoffa's
key lieutenants.
Thus, a the Senate Commit Committee
tee Committee swings its beam at all see
tiens of the land, they will turn
up scores of men who made
Hoffa president-elect. Ho would
have to turn en all his own
friends. This he frequently has
vewed ho would never do.

Sir:

"Concerned? (Mail Box, Nov. 14) is right why add, to the
confusion by having MPs speeding around Curundu Heights

wwi UIQ umuv nuu UCica nil ojfvcuixig IBWBf th nat
But how can men (and MPs are men) arrest that dame with ptVt 0f

iKcuau kuucuu!i one Liojs uceil unfiling pasii Blow zones
and traffic signs large and small for quite a while. Why does

(he Army 'assign dames Uke this Quarters where there are ehil

dren and families? Don't they have quarters for speedy dames?

hum aame nas peen marnea once, so tney say, but maybe she

nas lorgoiuen now iarxunes ieei.

uanat -une.pouce wouia never ao, ior tney too are men.

xne best way to stop this dame from speeding would be to hire
low-flying women cops.
Law Abiding

Apparently this vow does not
bind Hoffa's intellectual mentors
whose strategy has a Sputnik
speed. One of these, of course,
is St. Louis' Teamster leader Ha Harold
rold Harold Gibbons, long a man of

causes, not all as successful as
hoffa-ism.
Apparently Gibbons believes the
time has come for Hofia to show

I some inclination to 'break with

1

Call to Arms

'cibDAUYUASIIL'.'GTC.'J.
fwlERRYGO-Qcur.'D

Walter Winchell In Mevy York

THI HIADLINERS

Ingrid Bergman's life has been

full of Stardust and shadows, pub
lie devotion and private heart
break. She once gave up every

thing for Roseellini and now she

has given up Rossellini. .Short .Short-ly
ly .Short-ly after her marriage Miss Berg

man said: "I just want to play

this passive part of mother and
wife". .Ironically, the star who
succeeded in playine so many

roles has only gamed unhappmess

trying to be a sweetheart.

Joe Abx Morris' "Deadline Ev

ery Minute" Doubleday) r is a
lively contribution to newspaper

man stumtyv peppered .wit h

yarm which mow loe nun inai

makes newspapermen, . .When
Robert J. .Bender was jthe UP's

Washington chief, there was a ru

mor that Alice Kooseveit Long-

worth was blessed eventing. For

several weeks reporters Interview

ed her friends in an effort 'to eon

firm

ever, refused to discuss toe "sub "subject.
ject. "subject. Finally, Bender phoned Mrs.
LongWorth, identified himself and

bluntly inquired: "Mrs. Longworth,
are you pregnant?" ?

"Hell, yes!" she promptly re

sponded. "Isn't it wonderful?"

Cry Orant, whose latest is

Kiss Them for Me," hss collect

ed many happy notices. However.

he has saved only one newspaper

story tnat mentioned his name, it

is his own obituary. Grant has it

framed. . Several years ago,

Grant and Howard Hughes decid

ed to fly to Texas, in mid light
they changed their minds and

wing'd to Mexico. Their failure to
land where they were expected

in a Texas airfield inspired ru rumors
mors rumors that Grant perished in a
plane crash.

One of the brighter TV sights
has been Margaret O'Brien, a love lovely
ly lovely and .talented young lady. In re recent
cent recent weeks she ignited several TV
dramas. .Marearct was one of

the most remarkable child stars.
During one scene she was sup supposed
posed supposed to weep. (Before he camer cameras,
as, cameras, began rolling, the 7-year old
earnestly asked the director: "Do
von want tears lust to here."

touching4 See eyelashes," or do

you want au-theway-uown tears?"

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A shimmering young lady who
Is carved out of moonlight ex-

the news. Her chums, how-Utends her radiance and enchants

audiences. Lena Horne't sorcery
in "Jamaica" represents a re remarkable.
markable. remarkable. l, personal triu.nph.
Rarely have critics been so erf erf-thralled
thralled erf-thralled by a performer. One
reviewer's love-letter deierlbod
Miss Horne at "the world's
most beautiful woman." What Is
the origin of such personal ma magic?
gic? magic? In a "Meant Interview,
thn star oxplainod it : "After I
married Lennie Heyton I btgan
to fool I could sing. I began to

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ENGINEER SECTION
Sir;
The morale in the Engineer Section is so low as to be really
serious. The employes are told to do something: even if it is
wrong do it Congratulatory letters are written to employes on
their birthdays, and the same day they receive the letter they
are caused out in front of their co-workers, visitors, and some sometimes
times sometimes even of ladies.
Employes are in such low. spirits that no one in the whole
organization knows whether he is coming or going. Thank good goodness
ness goodness I am not working for the Engineer Section. What those
poor Army employes have to take to hold a job!
Lynx-eyed Smudf-e

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POSTAL PERSONALITIES

When I approach the window at Margarita post office for
aervice I get th impression that I have just committed a crime,
and am now lace to face with the executioner. Aren't public
servant supposed to have exemplary personalities?
014 Son

Friends of thajata Tern Fogarty tne) specially
hi fallow membera of tha American Society art
Informed that a Requiem Mast will celebrated
for tha repose f hit soul at tha "Santuario Na Na-cional
cional Na-cional del Coraxon da Maria, Panama, at 8:00
ajn. en Tuesday, November 26, 1957.

Hoffa's past is his affec

Uon for an old friend, one John

ny Dio, who recently has come
under attack by Gibbons, Hoffa's
harry Hopkins.
From Gibbon's headquarters, not
too far west from here, comes
his well edited semi monthly
newspaper, The Mid-West Labor
World.
For the first time, this official
publication of the inner circle
raps Johnny Dio Guard! who talk talked
ed talked so warmly over tapped wires
to Jimmie Hoffa.
In an editorial in the current is

sue, tne following appears:

. .If DioGuardi has extorted

money from employers and who
knows, for in spite of all the lying
that haa artnm m m ivHa ha ha

This insinuation of extortion is

coupled with a passage saying,

This la the chanrater call

ed Johnny Dio by the press where
he is played up as a heavy hood hoodlum.
lum. hoodlum. DioGuardi haa been played

up far beyong his real impor

tance because he could be used

ss a stick to beat Jimmy Hoffa,

or rather Hoffa s achivements.."

That's a bitter pill for Hoffa to
swallow. But one swallow does not
make a summer or a cleanup.

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not only success as a singer but
fulfillment as a woman. I was
loved. I was fcollsved In'
Songs of love made her' a
groat star. More important,
howevor, love made her a hap happy
py happy woman. .; .'

Sometimes it requires a number

of years to confirm s story. This
reporter first disclosed that Hitler

(remember mm?) was a swish.

It was denied by some U.S. cor

respondents and Goebbels blasted.

us. .a new dook nas been au

thored by Ernest "Putzi'? nHanf-.

staengl. -He was one of Hitler's

dear, dear friends. Putzi",' dis

closes tHat the Fuehrer was "im

potent and, a repressed homosex-

rho -season's -most --eacerlv a-

waited dramatic- event is 'Time

Remhered," co starring Helen

Hayes, Susan Strasberg and Rich

ard Burton. .Miss Haves touch touched
ed touched a star many years a so. of

course. It happened chn vay: A

drama produced hy William A,

Brady waa aquick flop. Rather

than have the theatre" he owned

stand empty, Brady derided to put
on another play for a weeks. He

wanted his wife, Grace George,
to' play the lead. However, she
refused and said: "I know some somebody
body somebody who can do it. Her name is
Helen Hayes." Brady was oppos opposed
ed opposed to the idea until his wife de declared:
clared: declared: ''I'd stake my life on it."
And so, "Miss Hayes got the role
in a revival of Barrie's "What

Every Woman Knows." It made
her a star.

WASHINGTON 'Arthur Sum-

merfield is a pioneering Postmas Postmaster
ter Postmaster General when it comes to

painting mailboxes red,' white and
blue: but he is very cautious re

garding. Sputnik;"".; '-.fit s;

He is lust not going to print a

new stamp commemorating k the

International Geophysical Year un

til the USA hoists a Soutnik of its

I.I. A I ....

bummerfield has already decid

ed that the United States will hon

or" the Geophysical Year with

commemorative postage stamp,
However, he's going to wait un

til the very last day of the year

even until juec. 91, 1958 nT nec
essary before issuing the stamp.
Of course, If a real live A A-merican
merican A-merican Sputnik gets over the
horixon before that day, then
the stamp will bo forthcoming,
Reason for the sagacious Sum-

merfield's caution is that the de

sign proposed ior the Geophysical
Year's stamp would include the

official IGY emblem. This emblem

shows a satellite orbiting through

space around the globe. ;

The Kussinas had not made an

announcement on their satellite

plan 'when the IGY, symbol; was

adopted : so world scientists, en

chanted with the promised U. $.
contribution to the "Year." placed

the American satellite on the de

sign of the emblem. ;, li

However, since the USA hasn't

produced, the postage stamp-using

public would view this as ; the
Sputnik, not our would-be satel satel-lite.
lite. satel-lite. : Ji :

So SummerfJeld. taking no

chance;, will wait. He d o e s n't
want to be accused of honoring

Russia's achievement. 1 ;

However, one nation. Japan,' has

already issued apostage stamp
showing the IGY emblem and the

would-be American satellite: It
was issued July 10, 1957. Other

countries have' also been Issuing

stamps showing their contributions
to the IGY. program. i

in a quiet, qualnt.New 'Ehglafuf 1
way,- is Sen. Norris Cotton of ew
Hampshire, Here is a cross-section
of his Coolidgesque observations
written to the folks back home:
. "This Congress. Is both t hare
and a tortcuse mostly .tortoise."'
. ."We must get back to work.

In my next letter I'll. come dowit
off the mountain top and report
to you from -the trenches.,,.v'Ai i i-a
a i-a boy, I was amazed and lm
pressed by a lecture on the inter,
nal mechanism' ot the dairycow.
I regarded Bossy with a, new re- ;
spect, a complex machine a milk
factory "on Ugs.? She has t four
stomachs,. one of wet grass in-'
to her. compartments. Then she
retires to a shady place, regurgi-.
tates it in small amounts, chews

it thoroughly, and digests it r m
her 'true stomach.' Congress"
should be equipped with the sSmo

kind of apparatus."; i1. "The De-

partment of Agriculture will hire
three additional mycologists but

will keep the sa ne number of iy iy-mologists
mologists iy-mologists and 1 cvtopathologists. I

am not sure what these are, hut ;

here s something I know about

the Same department plans to

spend 1125,000 to increase produc-
tfon of castor on In this country' -.
.''This week Texas and Arizoif

na Senators slipped a Joker into -aa
appropriation bill1 to make tha

government buy protein meals (for

cattle) and ive them to their sec
tion as drought relief. Yet sine

1934, a food stamp bill j to i Use

some of our svrorlus in eivme a

proper diet to undernourished peo people
ple people hasn't been permitted to
reach the floor. This solicitude for
animals over; humans is curious,
isn't it? Reminds me of the first

letter Henry Ward (Beecher ever ; :
wrote at the age of 5. ; M ,

" -Der sister, -,;
We are al wel
Ma haz a baby
The old sow has six pigs

JUAN PAL03IERAS

s The French Bazaar

"Thellost Ttdked-About Gift Store
Qn The Isthmus9,.
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Russia has 'Sputnik and Mutt Mutt-nlk.
nlk. Mutt-nlk. The United State has Dil Dil-ly
ly Dil-ly and Dally. The. tragic time time-wasting
wasting time-wasting was the consequence of
inexcusable penny-pinching. Six
months ago. Dr. Werhoro von
Braun prepared an Army Jupi Jupiter
ter Jupiter missile with a fully Instru Instrumented
mented Instrumented satellite. If successfully
launched, wo would hav beat

en the Russians by i months.
It never hft the ground. Why
Defense economy stepped the
rocket from looming. And, at
the tarmt time, we, were tend tending
ing tending billions of dollars overseas.
. .Money saved on defenae
has lost something' money can cannot
not cannot buy: Time. ''
the slaying of, A. An a stasia has
inspired dailies to run prolonged
articles on Murder; Inc., Proba Probably
bly Probably the most accurate size-up of
the sinister organization was writ written
ten written by Meyer (Berger several
years ago. He wrote: "The name
'Murder, Inc' as applied to The
Combination, was a bit of journa journalistic
listic journalistic license. Murder was not The
Combination's business. It did.no
murder for outsiders and did not
kill for a lee. Indeed.- its revised
rules sharply restricted the use of
homicide to business needs .' and
reduced rather than increased the
total number of U.S. "murders
committed annually The new
hand-book sternly forbade murder
for persons! or romantic reasons,

or even for revenge. Executive

heads of The Combination dispas dispassionately
sionately dispassionately debated each murder be before
fore before causing R to occur, rmflrh s
a Wall Street syndicate might dis discuss
cuss discuss a maneuver in the stock
market." .--v.
In Anastasia's ease, the divi dividend
dend dividend was Death. ;
v ; MBMM ,"'v,t v,
' The theatre is sn orriste. Even

those who taste the tolendors of

Hollywood never forget the lure

or Broadway. .Its narcotic ow-

er is demonstrated hi season by

the HoUywood-to-Broariway migra migration
tion migration of. Lena Home, Rirardo Mon Mon-talban,
talban, Mon-talban, Anne Baxter and Tony
Perkins. The explanation ts ouite

simple: Movieville may give tbes-

piaas caviar, but the sound of ap applause
plause applause if food for their hearts.

David warseid. the long aeo

stage ttar, refused Hollywood ei-i

fers by saymp: 'Td rather he aa i
actor, than a pbotograpx"

MOLASSES-MOVINO
; WHITE HOUSE t ..l

A lot of ; people are asking:

"Why the bog-down on the missile-satellite
program?" Part of

the answer goes to general molas

ses-motion inside the White House.

This hogs down a lot of problems

Here are some illustrations:

Civil Rights Commiitlon This
was ballyhooed by the White
House time and time again begin beginning'
ning' beginning' with the President's State of

The Union message nr January,

Op July, 16 Ike urged: "L, hope
that Senate action ;oif this; mea
sure, will be accomplished, at this
session without undue delay.
, At that'Jpma.U ciyil ights bill
wasi certain to pass,, and Ike could

sioners '.to administer it? But he

delayed. Not 5 tintn "November.

more than two months after the

bin was passed, did the President
act. :
Foreign Aid No Issue before

Congress got more attention from
Eisenhower than foreign aid, He

especially urged a 'Development

Loan Fund" to. lend money a a-broad.
broad. a-broad. He got. his loan fund from
Congress after going on television

to appeal to the people. t .'

But now, tnree months after

winning the battle, he still hss not

appointed a "fund manager' to

administer the money : he said
was so essential.

Education B eglnnlng four

years ago, the President publicly

urged aid for education. Private

ly he gave congress no help to

pass aid to education. ;i
Scores of nhone calls went, "fn

Congress to block Hell's Canyon
and to block the Patman probe of
high interest rates and Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower fiscal policies. But no one to
help secure aid for our schools,
which are eginning to lag be
hind Russia. j yj
The delay on missiles and sat satellites
ellites satellites involved soma other factors,
but the so-called "tranquillizing"
mood inside the White House was
one reason 'or The bog-down.
Greatest humorist in Congress,

SIX-IN-ONE

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SATURDAJ, JJ()VEMBER 23, 1957

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THE fANAJH AMERICAN AN iNDETISNDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER,;

BritKhiBmadcastnigi corporation

Celebrates Its ilst IV bi

rthday

the largest
is available

outside the United States,
to 97 percent of Britain-1

V,i:ONDftiii:-' llAvS'WBlS'.f livitionvin .Britain is celebrating two anniversaries

'tnjVryearthe xornmrcil,telvisiorvetwork is two years old while the ; nationwide
,r,7elevision Service tef the British' Broadcasting. Corporation shortly celebrates its 21st

, ""In 1957; the BBC television network is
6petir8.tra0

fior hanialfre :iomes hi(V' Britain
si' United kinrdomW audience recorded so far

I953 moreCthan';20,00J,000.: ; , ... f,
' Nov 2 1936 the BBC made history by starting the first public .high-definition-Jteievisibn
seryice- the world. From then until the second World War began In 1939
'regular Revision: programmes wre brodcf;t daily from the BBC studios at Alex Alexandra
andra Alexandra Palaca in North London.

now have television sets. The biggest
was for the Coronation of the Queen In

Electronic Visiblii Promises TV-Like Picture Of World For Totally Blind
MAPLEWOOD. N.J.. Nov.' 23 phine's skull and steel wires im ljpf emanations from objects. with a team of physicians at

ipiantea in ner Drain, one neia iu
iher hind photo cell attached to

(VP) Electronic vision that

would give totally blind persons

a television-like image of every-
thintf finrmil vm tii. nr.

dieted today by an osteopath who
set up a successful experiment.
Dr. John C. .Button,, of East
Orange. N.J.. said the ipeinu aids

could be perfected within five
years if funds were made avail

able. He admitted he would
be v widely criticized for his

Statement.

r.v i
The successful exueriment con

ceived by Dr. Button in which

blind. 35-vear-old Bettv Corstor-

phide, -, of Newark. N.J.; taw ?ht
by artificial means, was only a1

"rudimentary and opening" one.
hut hnwH tht "olprfrnni. vl.4inn

Is feasible," he said.
During the experiment last

month in Los Angeles, tinv holes
were drilled in Miss Corstor-

: AJbiost every star in he enter-,

talnment .woria 'was seen
thoce earl v programmes." MarKO-

It was In 1950 that the BBC

nloneered Eurovlsion svstem but Is "live" material, Ilim j or

. I i. j nun

f t nn avAhoniM itnllni I irrPftT. lmDUr LailCr HI1U U1C

European countries, in

mann ..Ivor Noveno, .v jsernan. vcars, piugicao u own ui'u

Chant mil ryiOTlV OtrierS. .... I WC.

MoV 12 137. tne .new Bcrvivc

May 1?... lav uc?,iTC
-tit ndled its first walor 'remote"
the corpnation of Ipng TQeorge

cameraa;roved far and wide.
More than. 300 television plays
were put' on; before all trans transmissions:
missions: transmissions: ceased Sept. -1,-1939, as
the black-out descended on
London. ; --.
There-were 2M sets in the
hands of the United Kingdom
public when the BBC began its
service in 1936. By 1939 the fig figure
ure figure had risen to 20,000. Cur Currently
rently Currently the figure is nearing
8.000JIOO.
BBC broadcasting Is non-com-Voitt
hn no fldvertisina or

sponsoring. The aijn is service to

the puDUc m tne enree iietas i
entertainment, education and In Informationthe
formationthe Informationthe functions laid
down for the corporation In Its
Royal Charter, s
The Corporation's programme
chiefs do not clan' to an inflex

ible, fixed pattern week fcy weeK;
a breakdown of the composition
of television programmerin the
current jfear shows the following
percentages:, , :. :
Light .eojertajnment and en en-tertainment
tertainment en-tertainment f Jims. 18; i,,
Drama;,opera, .ballet, and mu-
slc,..14; -.v". ,)
.Sporting pvents and "remotes"
of all kinds, 17;-.

Children's programmes. ;
Talks, documentaries and.. dem

onstrations, 22;a -' r
News- and Newsreela, :4,."
Others, (- ,! V
BBC television .has een oe-.
scribed as th : advepturous
rietwork.'' ,Vi -V-

.. u.. k.H4t iiMMin m tn np.Tia.in

to .th profrrjunme : execuUvesj
who are coAvlnpedpof the? .value
of- television asi !'a .wlndew on
the world : j- A s:

Allempl To Blast
Dixir$ynaoaue

Allribuled To KKK

VHABTrtTTft K '(t' Nov. 23 '-r-

(UP-Police disclosed oday .that
an unsuccessful attempt was made
to dynamite a synagogue here and
said, after 10 days of intensive in investigation,
vestigation, investigation, that the Ku Klux Klan
Is "definitely susi)ected."

Police Chief Frank N; Littlejonn

left- almost Immediately after
making the disclosure,-to confer
with officials 'of Gaffney, S.
saying there may be a connection

there. :

T.ittlpinhn naid six unexoloded

sticks of dynamite with a pnrtial pnrtial-ly
ly pnrtial-ly burned 14-foot fuse- were found
outside the. Temple Beth-El: about
5:15 p.m.on Tuesday, Nov." 12.'
'We've ; been ?; working on, this
thing constantly,11': Littlejohn said.

i,ittlehif"saHi tne investigation

has- led him to suspect ; the Ku

linked with two. mutt recent dyna dyna-mitiDgs1
mitiDgs1 dyna-mitiDgs1 within : 24 hours in Gaff Gaff-ney'
ney' Gaff-ney' just across the. South Carolina
line about 40 miles from Charlotte.
. Three? sticks of dynamite were
set off this week fn the pnt yard
of white physician whose wife
contributed an -article urging mod moderation
eration moderation .is; the segregation, contro
versy vo a pamphlet which 1 the
Klan denounced.

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' The" following nighf-another blast
damaged a Negro's mral home
nrai' GarfneyNo oeel'was hurt.in
either explofflrt: ;v";.'s
Littlejohn said the attempt to
dynamite the synagogue was keot
from the-1 public because "the
church ; didn't. want It publidy
known hut there'll be plenty of
h-dijnes when we : catch who did

' A Tnitni frtimd ih' rivnamite

sWtly after a groun of 40 women
"t' a meeting "at the .synagogue,
Littlejohn said. He .said the sticks
of dynamitej vre ncaed In' an
aluminum .Container. For. ome
resd. tbe fus had gone oun.. :

IfiiGaffney. Mavor W. DrCo&V-

sc"-: announced the ity cw"icil
vo's i t ,cffrr .' S5O0 reword ,n in
connection with' fhVdnntting at
tv Physician's home -last Tuesday

liirM. . -.

About- three s'ticVs" of dynamite
4r tbm hoi f Dr.' and Mrs.

James H. Sanders, 1 authentic

r. The next nieht -fbt home of

Tfeero farmer Lewis Ford north

ir explosion which shattered, win.
dot.. r- .i-s.v-:-
A 000 rewd wa; weviou'v
e'--"-! Sit-fibw Bews Bews-rr
rr Bews-rr tnr Information ldi"
r- i-w-fj of the
persons Tesponsih'e for lhe.daff-1
i.y explosions -.':,"..":-.-
-. .

Differences of language and
dlfferinr technical standards
of transmission have been
overcome, and there is now a
regular flow of programmes a a-long
long a-long the television highways
of Austria, Belgium, Denmark,
France, Germany, Holland, Ita Italy,
ly, Italy, Luxembourg, Monaco,
Switzerland and the United
Kingdom. '-.
' VlBwsra n all thM 11 rOllll-

tries' saw the wedding of Prince
Rainier to Mia. Grace Kelly last
year.
The Eurovislon link was used
to bring direct to British homes

the .tragedy or tne Hungarian
refugees
The winter OlvmDlcs were tel

evised from Italy and seen by
millions throughout the conti

nent.
Bier international audiences

watched the Queen's visits to
France and Denmark this year.

Tne uuae 01 cumourgn w
closely interested in, television
developments, and has himself
presented, on BBC television,
programmes dealing with his
world tour and with the Inter International
national International Geophysical year.
Other : successful and popular

programmes mounted by tne
BBC are those showing the rich
tradition and riaireantry of the

British people.

Aitnougn neany tnree-quar-

seven film library and film producing

departments are now xne Digger
of their Jclnd -to Europe.-
In the field of drama the de
mand for new material is inex inexhaustible..
haustible.. inexhaustible.. Last year alone BBC
drama output Included 118 spe specially
cially specially written British plays.
Serials at great books have
drawn very large audiences:
fiv hav Included "The Tale of

Two Cities!! and "David Copper Copper-field"
field" Copper-field" by Charles Dickens, "Van

ity Fair" by Thacxeray ana
"jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte.

ters of all BBC television out

These BBC programmes of
distinction are bebjg made a a-yailable
yailable a-yailable overseas in Increasing
numbers. In the last 12 months
more than 350 BBC films and
400 klnescopjes have been sent
to Canada, Australia, Germa Germany,
ny, Germany, Holland, Sweden and other
European countries, A number
of programmes has been sup supplied
plied supplied for showing in the Unit United
ed United States.
nvut.u tvi nun wMli rele-

linuiji
Mating its 21st television anni

versary, is planning aneaa.
Tf. M)nr lovUlnn evnerlmentS

are far advanced and television

headquarters now going up in

West Lonaon wm oe e mw
modern of its kind in Europe.
Knowing that' the next ten

years will le of great Importance

in the development oi wievioion,
the BBC Is preparing' with con confidence
fidence confidence to ulav.its full part in

the exciting future that lies
ahead.

with
HUMBLE
HEARTS

ut it mum In era

ful eckiieWUdtemanlfaie
the manifold Matt! of
frtt ttiinlry b mtr r

ll ftf Mrtotiei MVtour.

BAPTIST

CHUS1CH

JUIT ACaOHfROM SAUfOA R.R. ITATIOM

SAMO OUTlSt MOXO, 1i It

W PiMch ChrUt
Crnelfi Kiicn Camlnf

Aftla

; 9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
' Early impressions are lasting impressions. Therefore
the peed of placing the child in S. 8. at an early
age. But, impressions must be strengthened by
parents' examples; therefore, tht need of every
parent being active in S. S. and church.
: 8:20 TWO MORNINd SERVICES 10:40
"THE EVIDENCE OF CHRISTIAN
EXPERIENCE"
Some people "talk" good Christianity; others "wish"
. they were "good Christians: The Bible demands
; proof that you are a believer so does the world.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
7:30 'THE UNITED NATIONS PAST AND
FUTURE TOLD IN THE SCRIPTURES"
After the.United Nations defeat Russia, God's com complete
plete complete plan will apear.
; EVERYONE WELCOME COMPLETE NURSERIES
Pray for Billy Graham Panama Crusade

th wires.

...... Abie To See Flashes
When a light in the darkened
hospital room was turned on Miss
Corstorphine was able to see
flashes. She could tell when the

light' was turned on and from

wnicn airccuun 11 lame, ut.
Button, said.

"When Betty picked up the

light," Dr Button said, sue
proved rudimentary vision is pos pos-slble
slble pos-slble by this method. If you can
do that much the rest is a matter

of refining r our techniques. We

can envisiun .ii uwiu ikisuh
seeing as television image of
everything we see."
It would .be accomplished, he
said, with a small electronic pick pickup
up pickup device worn in the hair or
behind -the ear,, which would pick

around the person and present

him with an image of what he
was facing.

Wires infinitely smaller than

human hairs first would have to

be planted in the brain.
Dr.. Button has been working

objects, with a team of physicians at

Rochester (Minn.) Slate' Hospital.

Doctors mere are mapping me
brain to determine which areas
are associated with particular
senses such as sight.

To further the experiments
more money will be needed.

:

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Cwne join with us
In thankful praUe.
Te God on high
let voices raise
For; all the blessing
Of your days.

SHOW YOUR GRATITUDE IT YOUR WORSHIP

OUNDAY SCHOOL: (Classes for.aU age$)
"It Is time to attend S. S. Bible study Is the heart .of
, "our a C.-you will find teachers of preparation, purpose,
v and plan, Christian homes -can only Jte ; built, by
. Christian homes. Xome." .; -- -t
11:00 "GEt OFF THE WORRY -r- GO AROUND
"Do you worry? Are you confused, despondent restless?
Every worried -person should hear this message based
. N,upon God's answer for you. iieJp us reach t73."t
6:00--JET CADETS and YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
: "Attendance la increasing.' Help us reach the youth."
4 7;06-MSHORf BEDS AND SCANTY COVERS',"
" ""Come and enjoy our Evening Gospel Hour with others.
. The excuses of man arc always answered by the wisdom
' of God. J jyou have excuses, then come.
OIRSERY MISSIONARY MINDED PREACHINO
. ' r nd TEACHING THE WORD V. v : :t: 5

fOMTIAC

SOON ON DISPLAY

OVA, S. A.

3"rotn famous JCuisa Spagnoli

we received

Suits Sweaters
Coats Short Coats for ladies.

cfrom fdmous name Cox m

oore

we received

Cashmere Sweaters for men.
All sizes and styles.

I REMEMBER: Motta's Christmas Raffle.

Ask for your free tickets for every
$1.00 cash purchase.

PANAMA

COLON

how art idea

"own through the ages, milk has been

one of the most necessary of foods. Until
a century ago, however, there was no suc successful
cessful successful commercial method of keeping milk
safe from spoiling. Then, the plight of in infants
fants infants being fed contaminated milk moved
a highly imaginative man named Gail
Borden to solve the problem.

iJ

3otAtn spent years experimenting with

whenTin M put the first succMifuT

canned milk on the market. His process
was revolutionary. Here was milk which
kept safe indefinitely and could be shipped
to people anywhere in the world.

This dev

years ago

elopment led to the founding

of The Borden Company which brings
you the familiar Klim powdered whole
milk. Today Klim is a household word to
the millions who enjoy it in every corner
of the globe.

The

has brought milk to millions

he high standards of purity and fresh

ness established by Gail Borden remain a
tradition of The Borden Company. Gail
Borden's ideals, his efforts and his suc successes
cesses successes in providing only the best tor people
everywhere remain the model for The
Borden Company as it begins its second
century.

If it's Borden's... It's got to be good

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,.' f; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2J, 1851

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

J

Church of Christ
f W. Burrow. Evameltot
j-: -Telephone 2-3608
Sunday 4. JO p.
Unitarian
in
uNl'lJaiilAN
10 JO
Bldg. 362
Ajicon Blvd.
klamey Pl
Ancon
. our uiviiation
to liberal
religion.
DdptlSt
J COIOU BAlfi.'i cWJKU.
utawer Jt-.
Ut fhone 2-l'.u
'. i"oerewlu. Plo
Ftoone a-lS0l
y:45 am
oju p.ui
sui.a School
Lui-iuug Wursrup ..."
T..,.ii,,x liruoii
V JU PJ
'TUnT Wedneeday 3 :W P-
7:00 pm
10:U a m
BioUieihooa
jcn Saturday
IKST BAPT1S1 CHUHCH
Balboa Heights, C. 2.
62? Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa rleiehU
Phone Balboa 1727
William H. Beeby. Pastor
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Baptist Training Union ...
Evangelistic Service
Prayer Meettng. Wednesday
9:30 a.m.
10:45 a.m
8;30 pm
7:30 p.m
7:00 p m
W M.S. Bible Study Tbura-
:0b a J
Men. Brotherhood iUrt m
Monday In month) 1 D m
kIRST BAPTIST CHUKCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
MargariU, Canal Zone
u.ri.u r Parker. Pastoc
c - . m
atmriu. Scnuol
Morning Worship
Baptist Training Union
Evening Worship
Brotherhood, Tuesday. ......
Prayer Servicesj Wednasdays
W M U. 1st & 3rd Friday.
G.A., R A., & Sunbeams,
11:00 a m
6:30 p.m
7:45 p.m.
710 D.m
. 7 :00 pm
3:30 p m
Friday.
-T- "li-T
t:-
tNon-Oeiiomlnatlonal Evangelistic
meetings
rANAlwA CITY
Captain it Mrs. H. Grant
, Is rebit,ur Street. Phoni -11:00
iluliness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
LA BOCA C.Z.
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Building No. 10S0, Phone:
11:04 iloiiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Saivation Meeting
PAHAiSU, C.Z.
Envoy & Mrs. C. L. Mosele)
Guiara SaeeL
8:00 Sw.dav School.
11:00 Hulinesv Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
1:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON CENTRAL
Senior t api. and Mrs. C. !:
i 4th SUtei. Phone: 38-74.1
COLON 1H1RL STREET
7.30 Saivation Meeting
- Union Churches
BALBOA
;rThf Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo blreei
r'hone 2 I486 Church Office 2 3236
9:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
service. Classes for all ages.
-40:30 a.m. Worship Service The
Expanded Session for Nursery, Kinder
garten and Primary Depts. Church
time Nursery lor cmidren under J vrs
6:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
Post High Fellowship
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
7:30 p.m. Evening Service.
GATUN
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
Telephone. 5-355
Church School, with Adult Bible
Class, 9 45.
Service of Worship. 11:00.
Youth Fellowship, 5:45.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Res. 3-1498
Kiinday Services:
9:45 a.m. Church School. Bus service
Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 a m. Morning Worship.
.Nnr: en for infants and smaH chll
dren.
5:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship.
6:15 p m Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of auxiliary sc
tivities and official meetings a. an announced
nounced announced from week to week.
GAMBO
Rev. Walker M. Alderton, Pastor
Of: 6-470 Res' 6-130
:30 .m Sundav School
10:40 a m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and woek-d.y "Ctl "Ctl-ities
ities "Ctl-ities as announced.

ISTHMIAN

Churcht of the many filthi In the Can.l Z.n., ,4 th. terminal title,
of Panama and Colon, Rooublic .r Panama, ext.n. at all
timet to man and woman of th. armod ..rvit.i. and to civilian n..gh n..gh-bon,
bon, n..gh-bon, friandi and ttrangari.
Aa a public lervice, Tha Panama American liiti balow, by danomi danomi-natiom.
natiom. danomi-natiom. notice, of hour, of worihip and other reoular activiti.i.
Listings are rotatad from time to tim.. Denomination, havmt only
one or two congregation, aro listed under "Other Chureho. b Services.
A special listing is included for service, at Army posts, Air Force bases
and Naval stations.
Ministers, church aacretaries and chaplains are asked to Inform the
news desk in writing by Wednesday noon at the latest of any change,
for the coming Saturday', church page.

Catholic
u u Suva mi mm Balboa
Sunday Masse.: 7:00. '8:00. 10.00 and
'2Roly Day Hum-: 1:58. 1:00. 11:S5 a m
ami o.w i...- .. ..,
Confessions: aauuu, -
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Tnursnay. u
First Friday: 7:00 to a:w p.m.
Miraculous Meaai woven. .w r
Unnrinul
oil wuiiu" u a.nn mass
Catechism cimi iiw
on Sunday. .,
High Scnool oiuuj uu .v v
Wednesday.
SACRED HEART Ancon
Sunday Massea: J:5S. 7:30 it 0:30 a m
Holy Day mames: 8:58 a.m. an J i.00
om- .-...-. .a i nn and
conressioru'. ovu;uj -
7:15 to 8:00 p m. Thureday baroro Tlrst
Friday 7:00 pm.
Sacrea Heart uci"
"l-Ld":
Catecmsm uiasa:
Thursday.
OUR LADY. OP rATIMA Curuada
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mas. at 8:30 p.m.
Confession.: 6:00 to 6:45 pjn. on Sat-
Catechlsm Clasei Saturday 830 to 10
a.m.
ST. JOSEPH PareUe
Sunday Masse, at 7:00 and 8:11 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p.m.
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday S 30 to 4:30 and
CIA In 7-30
(.,.hUm ciasa: Sunday 3:00 to 4:00
"'Miraculous Medal Novenai 7:00 p.m
Convert' lnstructlon.1 Thursday 1:00
p.m.
ST. VINCENT'S Panes. City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Dav Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
(It it falls on Saturday the Masse, ari
6:00 and 8:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday J!00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous meaai
Hons of the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8:30 mas. on
Sunday
Thursday
Convert Clas.; 6:30 p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S Coeoll
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Hniv nav Mass: 6:00 am. (It It falls
on Saturd.y-8:30 .,m.)
Catechism i;ias:
IV1 OTl d A V
Confessions: 6:00 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
ST JOHN BAPTIST DE I.A SALLB
Parque Letevre
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.
ST .-i "n.v. Mass: 6:30 Mon., Thurs
Frf. and Sat First Friday
olyay.&e.ft.,:()(
Fri. and Sat First Friday jn.ss: 6 .00 a m
"fM and 1:00 to
a.n. M An 92artiTia v
Mlra'culou. Medal Novana: Friday 10
"'Catechism Class: 3:30 p.m. on Sunday
Sl. THKRESES La c
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holv Day Mass: 5:30 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday :30 to 730 P m
Ihursday before First Friday 6:30 Pjn..
Catechism Class: 3:15 p.m. on Sunday
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p m. on
Convert Class: 6:30 p m. on Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses: 5:45. 8:00 and 815 a.m
Holy Dy Masses: 5:45 and 8:00 a.m
,nConl"siSn?:' Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 .nd
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Meaai novenai j
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: rnuaj v
Sunday Evening Service. 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m. on Mondays
mrl Thurcrlavs
Catechism Class: aunaay iv:ia
11:45 a m. -3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p m.
First Friday Exposition of Most Bless Blessed
ed Blessed Sacrament all day Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotion, to our Ldy
of Fatima-The Holy Rosary 5:00 am.
rir.i rnmnmnlnti instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 6:00 to
:00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MF.DAI, Crlstbl
Sunday Masses: 7:00 8 00 and 10:30. m
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m. and
5:15 p m
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 3:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p m. After Rosary each eve-
li'ig.
Miraculous Medal Novenai 3:15 and
7:00 p m. on Monday.
C.ilediUsm Class: Arier :w mas. on
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition an oay uuim.
Ihe School Year.
First Saturday: Mas. t 8:00 m.
HOI.Y FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sundav Masses: 7:30, 8:30, ll:u an.
First Saturday Mas.: 6:00 ..m
Weekday Masses: 8:00 a.m.
Sa.urday .. 7:00 p.m. to 8 00 p.m
Miraculous Med.l Novena 7:00 p.m
Holv Dav Masses: 7:30 am. 5:15 pm
Confession 3:45 pm. to 4:45 p.m
every Monday
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7:00 p.m
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group 7 30 p.m.
every Friday
1st. Friday Devotions ... 7 :00 p m
1st. Saturday Devotions 7 '00 p m
ST VINCENTS R.lnhow City
Sunday M.sem: 6:30 am. and 8:00
m.
Holy Day Masseai 6. DO am. and s ot
p m.
Confessions: 4:00 to I :oo and in tc
8:00 p.m Saturday.
catecmsm Class: io:4a a m. on Sunday
Convert Classevery Monday at 7:0
p.m-
Miraculou. Medal Novena: 7:00 p-m
on Tuesday.
Sarred Heart Novana i 7:00 p.m. or
Friday.
IMMACULATE CONCFPTIONGatan
Klindav Mass- 8:15 a m
Holy Dav Mas.: 5 40 o.m.
Confessions: 630 to 7:00 p m. eo Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Catechism Class' 4 "00 b id An MnnrtaT
OUR LAD! OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gaiatea
Sunday Masses: 7 DO .na 336 am.
Holy Day Masaaa: 60 a.m. and 10
p.m
Confession Saturday at 7:00 p.m. and
aner an evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Novana: 7-00 pm
on Tuesday
Sarred Heart Novena: 7-08 pm
Friday.
Sunday School: 3:30 p m on Sunday.
Religious Instruction Class for Cttll
dren: 4:00 D.m on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adult (Con-
ducted In Spanish): 1X0 pm on Mon
day.
Convert Instruction by appointment.

CHURCH

Episcopal
The Rt. Rer. R. Hebet Ceodeau S.T.D,
Th Vsry Rev. Malnert J. Fetenon,
S.T.B.. Dean
ANCON. CX.
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKI
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:15 a.m. Church School (Holy Com.
mimlnn 3rH Sundav I.
9:30 ajn. SanU communion, ara sun-
9:30 a.m. ascueia wnuiucu.
u nn a.m Mnrninr Prayer and Ser
. ......
mon, Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
7:00 p m. evening service.
WEDNESDAYS
t -M am. Holy Communion.
7:00 pm. Evening Prayer.
HOLY DAYS
6:00 a m Holy Communion.
6 30 a m Holy Communion.
0AILT i
8:11 a m. Morning Prayer. i
12:00 Mi-da Missionary Prayara,
cocou
Church of St Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion T:30 .m.
Family Prayer and
Church School 8:30 .J
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month.
Morning Prayer it Sermon 11 00 a.m.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion
COROZAL
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Prieat In Charge
FRIDAYS
8:00 e.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
QAMBOA
I JKIman'a Chulch
Th. Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral Eucharist and Ser
mon
r'hurh Krhnnl
7:00 a.m.
3:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen 3:00 p m
Ev.nsnn and Sermon 1:00 p m
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer ana noiy
Communion
Evening Prayer
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
8:00 am
7:00 p m
WEDNESDAYS Si THURSDAYS
Hnlv Communion ':00 a m
Morning Prayer
Evening Prayer
8:00 a.m.
7:00 p.m.
SATURDAYS
Family Euph.rlst ....
Of flea ot Complin ...
... 8:30 am
... 9:00p4n.
"Si t.
LA BOCA
a str'a Churek
The Rer. John Spear. Priest In Charge
Morning Prayer ana murcu
shnni 8:00 a.m
ronfirmation Class 8:30 a.m.
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mnii 10:8 a.m
Holy Baptism
Evensong and Addresa
3rd MONDAYS
Woman'. Auxiliary ...
12:00 noon
, 7:30 p ro
, 1:30 p m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion :00
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Ch.rgo
THURSDAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Br7os Blvd
Th. Rev. Jeose K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS
7 in am. Holv Communion.
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer and
Church School.
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
PARAISO
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAYS
8 :00 a.m. Choral lucharlsl Sermor,
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3 .00 n ni. Church School
(heid In Bulldink 131)
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
i no m irvMiftnne and Addreafc
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
I 30 pin woman, sujumj
tar Guild Meeting,
PANAMA C1TT
St Paul'. Church
The Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley, Reefer
The Rev Fit. R. Atwell. Deacon
SUNCAWL
6:00 a.m. Holy tmmumon
9 0O a. 3i Sung Eucharist 4c Sermon
10:45 ni Morning Prayer and Churcr
Scnool
12:00 nocr Holy Baptism
7 00 i,.m Solemn vesper.
TOESDAYS
8:30 a m Holv CommunloP
1:30 p m. Evening Pr.yer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
t oo i n Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
rHURSATS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 i m Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
6 08 a.m. Holy Comraunlom.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
EpiMopal
Colon. R.P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
Th Rev. Jem. Potar Farmer, Rete
Th Rev. Hrp A. Blake, AasisUM
SUNDAY
4 00 am. Holy Communion.
8:30 a m. Morning Prayer.
9:00 a.m. Choral Euc hartal and Sermon
10 30 a m. Church School.
130 p m. Solemn Xvonaonf an Ser-
MONDAY. TUESDAY THURSDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
5:00 p m. Evening prayer.
WEDNESDAY
6 00 a m. Holy Communion.
7 SO a.m. Morning Prayer.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
FRIDAY
7 00 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a m. Children'. Eucharist.
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
SATURDAY
6:00 ajn. Holy Communion.
70 a.m. Morning Prayer,
s-oii n m vveviine Prarer.
7 39 pjn. Compline and Meditation.

NOTICES

RIO ABAJO
SL Chrlslophar'a Church
10th Street. Parque Lefevr
Tha Rev Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest In Charge
Th Rev. Clarence A. Cragw.il,
Assistant
SUNDAYS
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist and Sv -mon.
1030 a.m. Morning Prayer and Church
School.
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon.
MONDAYS .
7:30 p.m. In and 3rd. Woman. Auxi Auxiliary.
liary. Auxiliary. TUESDAYS .t
6:30 pm. Junior Dsugnter. oi vne
. King.
1:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship.
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
T:00 p.m. Evening Pr.yer and Religious
Instructions;
THURSDAYS
6:00 p.m. Girl.' Friendly Society.
8:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons.
SATURDAYS
30 a.m. Junior Confirmation Class.
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
448 Franglp.nl St. Ancon, C.Z.
Rav. Elmer O. Nelson, Pastor
Box 297 Balboa, C.Z. Tel. 2-2602
Sunday School : a.m.
Worship Servlco 1":4 am.
Youth Service S .2 Dm
Evangelistic Service '30 p.m.
Prayer Servic. Wed. .... 7:30 p.m
CHURCH OF THE NAZAREN1
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box 501 Margarita, C.Z.
Phone: 3-1583
Sunday School : m-
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHUBCH
Panama R.P.. 13rd Street East
Mev N. Brown. Minister
Dlvln Worship 30 a.m
Sunday School 1:P
Sunday Mas.es 7. 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajo. RP.
Sunday School :X P "1-
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Mtlna Thuradavs at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial.
806 Balbva Koaa, BaiDoa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6:00 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School; Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CURUNDU PROTEST A NT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leldlg. Minister
Phone Res. 83-7116 Of. 83-5103
Sunday School 8:30 ajn
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A church nursey in provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHUKCH
SL Raphael The Archangel
13th St Wast No. 1
Holy Eucharlet: Sunday al 130 a.m
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursday
6:30 ajn.
Sacrament of Unction (Healing
vice) First Sunday ot each month at
730 pjn.
Memat Hsllbet. Christian Church
Panama R. P.
Rt Rav. T. James. D. IX Blahop
off! rutins.
Morning devotion 6:00 s.m.
ir.u,.hlr. WnrshiD 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Divine Service 7:30 p.m.
BAHAI'S CENTER
54 First Street
Urb.nlz.cl6n El Carmen. Panama City,
li.lormal Talk, and Discussion.
Thursday. 8:00 BJm-
Colon, 8th Front Street,
(upalalre American Baiaar)
Study Class. Thursdays, :.u p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCB
Espalaba St.. Paraiso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H. Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Srvic.
3:00 p.m. Sunday SchooL
7:15 p.m. Gospel Servic.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 730 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: a:oo uion. nenei.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
New Providence
Mrs. Maud Hlnes, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 s.m.
Morning worsnip "u
Night Servic .. 730 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow City, Canal Cone
Rev. Wm. Livingston, Pastor
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. U. W. Grandiaoa, Pastor
Sunday School
9 :30 a in
Morning Worship
10 30 am
7:30 p.m.
9:00 a.m.
10 30 a m.
7 30 p.m.
Night Servic ....
Morning Worship
Sunday School ..,
Nignt service ....
TUB CHUECH OF GOD Bi Aba)
Mont Oscur Rd. 16th SL
Rev. Wm. J. Johnson, Pastor
Sunday Schoo 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 1030 a m.
Night Service 0 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B E. Watson, Overseer
Phone 6-428. Box 253. Gamboa
Church., at Paraiso. CXZ. (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte). Colon. RP
(Rev. Fernando Lorenca). Rio Abajo
i Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynesl, ana
Cativ (Rev. and Mra. CUfford Graves i
Sunday and weekday services at .11
ehurcnea.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
I near Diablo school)
Rev. C.rl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 39. Diablo Heights. C.Z.
Phones: Home, Gamboa 217
Church Balboa 6271
Sunday School lOflO a.m.
Worship Servic 110 e.m.
Youth Service P m.
Evangelistic Service '39 p m.
Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prey.r Service 730 pm
Lutheran
RED EMEU LUTHER AM CITURCM
Balbe Road at Wight Stroes
Be. Robert F. Gees tea. Paste
PO 8oiMi Balboa.
Sunday School. Biol claaa am.
Divine Service 16:15 a m.
Holy Communion, first Sunday of the
month.
Atlantic He
Former chapel of Our Saviour. EdIs EdIs-cepal
cepal EdIs-cepal chapel 3rd St. and aielendea Ave.
New C ristobal.
Mr. Eagewa PI. Denner, V'trar
Sunday SchouL Bible Claaa 8 am.
n,, in. v.. .ii. m la-is e m. t
Holv Communion, last Sunday of the
BKXlUa,

Jewish

Jewnn Welfare board Bid. 792-X La
Buca 3oau Balboa. C.Z. Rabbi Nathan
Wilkin Director.
Servic s Friday, 7 30 pjn. Saturday.
5 :3: ojn
(See n'ho Uatlna or Jewish service
under Poet. Base, and Stationa). v
Congreganon Kol Shearlth Israel Ave-
nlda Cub and 36th Street Bella Vista.
Panama City Service. 8:00 pjn
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN MJUCMCh CHOMCHES
first Church ot Christ, Scientist An cor
560 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday .11:00, Wodnaadav I KM pjn,
Sunday School 8:30 a.m
first cnurcn ui Christ, Mia tin, CrlstobeJ
13th Street Bolivai Highway
lunriay School :n a.m
Sunday 11:00 ajn. Wednesday 8:00 p.m.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SID
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
SUnday School
Morning Worship lO.uo
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday Scnool (uuueung n.
126) 00
Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Servic 10
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 6:00
FORT KOBBX
Sunday School
Morning Worship 10:30
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service, Rio Hato .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship 6:00
Soldier'a FellowshiiM-Tfiurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian UnlonThurs. 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCR BAS1
Sunday School
i,l,,li Rlhla Class (NCO ClUbl..
8:30
8:30
Morning Worship 8:30 es 10:45
Vmiih Fellowshio .'. 6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Scnool
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
I5th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship ""
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Station. Summit... 6:00
Catholic
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mas.
Sunday Masses 7:00 St 8:30
Confessions. Saturday .. 6:30 & V::J
Sunday :0 & 8:2a
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mas.
Sunday Masses
Confessions Saturday
6:45
,..7:45 St :0U
,. 6:30 & 8:00
FORT KOBBE
Daily Mass
Saturday Masses
CinHnv MaSSeS ....
6:15
9:00
8:00 St 11:45
iunnriav Novena Devotions
7:30
7:30
Confessions Saturday 6 :00
COROZAL
10:30
Sunday Mas.
HLBROOK AIR FORCE BASK
Daily Mass
6:00
Saturday Mas.
Sunday Masse.
7 :00
7:45 & 12:00
7 :00
Spanish
i Novena Services-Tuesday..,."
Confaaalona-Saturday
7:08
7:lhl
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Boaman
8:30
Sunday Mas.
Jewish
FORT KOBBB
Saturday
USO-JWB, BaiDoa
Friday
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday
7:30
4:00
5:30
ATLANTIC S1DB
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Biog. as ....
Morning Worship
o.r.r r.llnwshirv Bide. 233
8:00
10:30
TiiMdav 1-00
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel 6:30
Choir Practice Wednesday
Pnst Chanel 130
FORT GULICK
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ....
Bible Study. Wednesday
Ladies Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs.
9:30
10:43
6:30
7:30
1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solb
Sunday School J"
Morning Worship 11 -W
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass
Sunday Mass
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
FORT GULICK
Daily Mase
Saturday Mass
Sunday Masse.
Confessions, Saturday
7:00
9:30
6:00
8:45
7 :00
7 :0U
7:45 St 10:15
. 6:00 & 7:00
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Mass
Saturday Mas.
Sunday Mass
4:00
8:30
9:00
COCO SOLITO
Suriday Mas.
730
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
7:15
Greek Orthodox
Greek Orthodox .ervlces are conduct conducted
ed conducted at the Church of the Anunciation,
Via Belisario Porras, San Francisco de
la Caleta. Panama City, R P and at
the Church of St. Anthony. Avenlda
Mplendez. Colon. RJ"., on alternate Sun
days at 9:30. For further information,
call the Office of- the Army Chaplain,
M-3119. i
Seventh Day
Adventist
' Weekly Services in aU churches
as follows:
SATURDAY:
-Sabbath School 9:30 am.
Divine Service 11:00 a m.
Youth's Meeting 4 :30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study and Prayer Service
7 p.m.
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor W. H. Waller-Tel 28-3-3508
Cabo Verde, Ave. J. F de la Oaaa
No. 17 Chorritlo 25th No. 27 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2-A SL between 3rd .nd 4th
Sts. Rio Abajo 11th No. 27 Gamboa
and Frijolea.
Pastor G. D. Williams Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6-102
Spanish Church. Pacific Side Pananw
rastor norrjerio vuiroz
Panama. Calle Darien No. 8
Pedregal tt Nuevo Gusrar.
Atlantic Side
Pastor G. A. Jeffries TeL 38 82L'
Colon
Cristobal English 16th Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Spanish Hi h it Bolivar Ave.
Cewtral Office:
0644 Gavilaa Boad TaL 1-1858 Ji rU

CALVARY iAPTIST CHURCH

Members of the Calvary Baptist
Church are Dlanninf to hold
harvest festival service tomorrow
at 3 p.m.
Special musical items from the
church departments will be add added
ed added features. Another feature will
be a parade of baskets when the
Sunday school children and youth
of the Church walk down the cen center
ter center aisle to display their baskets
and to leave them at ine auar.
The entire service will be gear
ri in arlorintr. oraisinE. and thank
ing God for his many hissings to
his children ana cnuitn.
Ttio sormnn "Thinkine People
should be Thanking People" will
be delivered by the Hev. louis
A. Sealey, pastor of the Calvary
Baptist Church.
AThanksgiving Day service will
b? held on Thursday at 10 a.m. in
the church sanctuary. The Rev.
Sealey will preach on the subject:
By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA Servlcs
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North and South vulnerable
South West North East
2 N.T. Pasg 6 N.T. I Pass
Pass Pass
Opening lead Q
The late Walter F. Wyman of
Boston was one ol our greatest
card players and most interest interest-ine
ine interest-ine writers. Today's hand was
niQVPrt hv waiter in the very
early days of contract and illus illustrates
trates illustrates how to develop a squeeze
play by losing a trick deliber
ately.
Walter won the opening- heart
lead in dummy and East dis discarded
carded discarded a low spade. Walter as assumed
sumed assumed that East must have
started with five spades to make
this play so that spades would
still be stopped. ..This left him
with only 11, tricks and a stlue'Me
would be necessary for the 12th.
Just to confirm the spade sit situation
uation situation Walter cashed the ace and
then led clubs. When both op opponents
ponents opponents followed to the third
club lead Walter had a complete
count on the hand. West had
shown up with one spade, seven
hearts and three clubs and
hence was marked with only
two diamonds. This meant that
only East could annoy Walter in
the spade and diamond suits.
Walter simply led his nine of
hearts and the stage was set for
a squeeze against East. West
won the trick but there was no
defense. He actually returned
a third heart.
Walter won that trick and
laid down tys last club. He dis discarded
carded discarded a low daimond from dum dummy
my dummy and East was unable to
guard both d i a m onds and
spades.
Incidentally, Walter called
this play the submarine squeeze
which seems a most appropriate
name. The low heart lead was
of course the submarine play.
Russian Manifesto
'Vast Distortion
Slate Dept. Avows
WASHINGTON. Nov. 23 (UP)
The State Department said today
that the Communist bloc's new
manifpsto Of Unity 18 an 8D-
surd" document containing "bast
distortions' of Soviet domestic and
foreign policies.
The department's press officer.
Lincoln White, said the 12-nation
communique, issued in Moscow
yesterday, appeared to be a Ion?
restatement of the two-faced poli
cies the Soviet Union has pursued
for the past year. ?,;
White said the manifesto it. so
twisted" basicconcepts as to cre
ate the impression Communist na nations
tions nations eniov human rights and de
mocracy while free nations do not. i
He said this claim or course, is
absurd."
nihr off r ale. noted mat Mar
shal Tito of Yugoslavia, alone of i
II world Communist leaders. Old
not sign the communique, 'which
stemmed from the recent -summit"
conference of Soviet Woe na nations.
tions. nations. Thev said this may indicate
Tito intends to pursue a. neutralist
line between the East and West,
These offrcials also wondered
what new Soviet concessions per persuaded
suaded persuaded such lukewarm Russian al allies
lies allies it Poland and China to jfoin
in the display of Communist unity.
In assailing what he called
"vast distortions' in the manifes manifesto,
to, manifesto, White said "there ii talk on
the oneliand of democratic TiRhts
and on the other of the dictator dictator-shin
shin dictator-shin of th Proletariat.
"Inside the Soviet bloc, the oo oo-iective
iective oo-iective is to guppress national feel feeling
ing feeling under a slogan of lfiejt
against tvMirgeoii nationalism," he
added. "Outside the bloc, the aim
ii to whip up national -feelings in
a so-called liberation struggla."

"Delighting lp God's Great Good

ness."
BETHEL, MISSION
The Bethel Mission Church will
observe Young Peopel's Sunday to
morrow.
There will be' special numbers
for the nleht. such as (Bible Quiz,
Songs by the young people, and
other feautures.
The Bethel Mission Church in
vites the public to; the service.
CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
Ancon
On Sunday at 11:00 a.m., the
Rt. Rev. R. Heber GOoden, Bishop
of the Missionary district of the
Panama canal Zone, will administ
er the Apostolic rite of Confir
mation to a class of adults and
children at the Cathedral of St
Luke, Ancon.
The Very Rev. Mainert J. Pe
terson, Dean of the Cathedral, will
present the class who for the
first time will pnbiicly announce
that they accept Jesus Christ as
their Lord and Saviour, and will
receive through the Laying on. of
Hands" the sevenfold blessing of
the Holy Spirit.
This, rite was practiced ny me
aoostles as related in the New Tes
tament, and has come down to
us through the long- history of the
Christian church as one of the se seven
ven seven sacraments, whereby the life
of God is mediated to Hjs people
in the life of His Church. Bi Bishop
shop Bishop Good en will also preach the
sermon at this service.
At the service-of evening pray
er at 7:00 p.m., Dean Peterson
will officiate and preach on the
subject, "The Challenge of Our
Faith", and afterwards will ins instruct
truct instruct the confirmation class in the
neaning and participation in the
sacrament of Holy Communion.
The community is cordally in
vited to attend these services.-
Curundu PretestiSnts
List Special Sorvieo
The Curundu Protestant Church
invites vou to attend their services
in reverent worship. Sunday School
begins at 9:30 with complete class classes
es classes for all age groups. A nursery
is also provided for Sunday School
and morning and evening services,
the morning message at 11. a.m.
by the pastor is "Get Off Ther
Worry-Go Around." At 6 p.m.
the youth meet from grades four
through High School. The Even Evening
ing Evening Gospel Hour begins at 7 p.
m. Kev. Milton K. JLeidig, pastor,
will preach on the sermon sub
ject, "Short Beds and Scanty-Cov
ers:
A junior choir is being organiz
ed on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. At
that time both boys and girls in
grades four, five and six will come
to the church for auditions and
organization. Mrs. David Hilton- wil
direct the choir and Mist Millie

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Progress, doesn't just happen. Neither dots Cod
bestow it upon us. it has to be achieved, God g&va
us no fixed pattern of progrets. Ha Java us tha
freedom to work out bur own pattarna. Wa hava to,
learn from axperience which ways go ahaad and
which are dead ends. ;
Churchea can be helpful in our davalopmant. Wa
can't trust them or anyone else to do. our thinking;
for us or to make our decisions for us, but thay offer
us a stimulus to thought, and wi inspiration toward
tha good Ufa, as nd othar social group doaa.' Thay
give ua fellowship and cooperation In seeking tha
good life, but no one has the final pattern. Neither
Bibles nor saints of tha past ages hava tha answers
to our present day.-problems. J ;
Tha Unitarian Ichurch doaa not offac you final
t-nswera. It has AO creed, po dogmas. It tiset tha
Bible and all other literature' as. an aid to thinking
and a source of inspiration, not aV divinely revealed
truth. If you would like a church where religion Is
not memory work but a democratic search for truth
and th good life, where paoplo are not afraid of nw
or different '-'tdaaa, you would anjoy tha Unitarian
church. s .. '' ;. "V' .'
WE INVITE YOU to ioia bur Service of Worship
this Sunday morning at 10:30 at the UNITARIAN
; CENTER 362 Ancon Boulevard and Mamei Place,
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choir on the piano. This choir will
make its first appearance during
the Christmas season ,
A special Thanksgiving servic
will be held in the church on
Wednesday, at 7 p.m. t The ser service
vice service will be candlelignt. The se senior
nior senior choir will sing the following
selections: V We Gather Together,T
"Npw Thanks We All Our God,"
"O Give Thank, to the Lord,'!
"Onward, Ye People,. and ."My
God and I.!' The Women's Til5
composed of Mrs. David Hilton,
Mrs. Ben Kietzman and Mrs. Mil Milton
ton Milton Leidig will sing "Thanks B
to God." Mrs. Kietzman, choir die
rector, will sing 'Hallelujai".. Th
Thanksgiving service will include
a time of giving thanks,'' prayer
and meditation. The pastor will
bring the evening sermon, k;
During the month of December
the church is seeking to encour encourage
age encourage every, church, member to at attend
tend attend the services of the, church,
regularly. The goal for the morn
ing worship service by Christmas
is to increase attendance" by 75
per cent. All of the community
and unchurched hornet are urged
to participate in this attendance
drive.
The pastor in announcing this
campaign stated that is "confid "confident
ent "confident the goal of 175 can be reach reached
ed reached if every person; will really do
his part in praying, inviting and
bringing others to these services.'
This must be an individual con-
cern and responsibility-it we are
to succeed" said Rev. Leidig.
Gatun Union Church
T Held Dedication
A special dedication service for
the new worship center in the
primary department of the Church
School will be held at the Gatun
Union Church tomorrow evening
at Mrs. George Roth, primary
superintendent, will be. in charge.
Parents and friends of. the Chruch
School) as well as all children and
young people of all -classes, are
invited to attend this service.
Refreshments in the church base
ment will follow the service. "Self "Self-Transcendent
Transcendent "Self-Transcendent Christianity" is the
sermon topic for the Sunday 11
o'clock service. In place of tha
usual anthem the choir will sing
Ruth Bampton's arrangement ot
a familiar spitirutaL "Every Time
I Feel the Spirit.'1 Friends and
members of the Church will be
oivon the nnnortunitv to make
estimates of giving toward next
year's budget, also at this service.
The Church School, with adult
Bible class, will meet at 9: 45 a.
m. .i v
At the Thanksgiving Day Ser
vice. Thursday at 9 a.m. The
Thanksgiving message will be
Drougnt oy me minister, ana au
estimates ol giving made through
the Dudget Campaign will be con con-secreted,
secreted, con-secreted, bringing the campaign
to its close. The public is invited
to all services of the Gatun Union
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MISS JACQCELYN HUTCHINGS BECOMES ENGAGED
TO MR. ROBERT BAKER OF DETROIT, MICH.
Mr. B. V. Hutchingi of Balboa, C.Z., and Mrs. Emma P.
Hutcliings, of Opp, Alabama, announce the engagement of
i their daughter Jacquelyn Rebecca Hutchings to Robert Ray
Baker, of Detroit, Michigan.
i .The bride elect is a graduate of Balboa High School and
attended the University of Miami in Miami, Florida. She is
presently employed with International Mills in Detroit.
.Mr, Baker te a building contractor in Detroit.
No date has been set fer the wedding.

Bolivian Minister
' Entertains For
Agricultural Dulegaies
-: The "Bolivian Minister in Pana Panama
ma Panama Cesar XaFaye.ii entertained at
a dinner at the i Union Club on
Thursday or the delegates from
Bolivia to the Seminar on Agricul-
- tural Credit ..for Jatin. America,

Rear Admiral
' Mrs., Wales
Entertain
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Held Dancr44-"
' This -Ivenlns
- Pedro Miguel Assemby No. 3,
order' ot the Rainbow for Girls,
' It sponsoring a dance this eve-
ning at the Aco Mf sonic Tcni Tcni-,
, Tcni-, pie front 8 until 12. There is to be
- a barbecue and door prizes, All
'" Martef. Masons, members of the
Eastern Star and friends of i.am i.am-v
v i.am-v bow Girl are invited to attend.
Dress will be Informal
f .TickeM are $1.00.
Mr, And Mr. Lord!
' Have Houw Guest
From California J x
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, Mar-, Ion Brando, who declare she if
an' Indian gal and is NOT the
- daughter of i William Patrick--'
, O'CaUaghan, of Cardiff, Wales,
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Lord's sifeter, Mrsi James A.. Kil
bride of California. Mrs. iUionae,
who arrived on Thursday, plans
to remain for a 'month.
Mr, Nicolas Schipot
Gives Cocktail Party r
Invitations are being issued to
a cocktail party. Nov. 29 by Mr.
Nicolas Schipoff, general manager
Chrysler Western Hemisphere Cor Cor-Domoration.
Domoration. Cor-Domoration. in honor of Chrysler
Corporation officials who, will be
I in Panama to attend a 'distnbu 'distnbu-ftors'
ftors' 'distnbu-ftors' meeting of that company.
The cqcktail party wiiKDe new
in theuth Patio of EI Panama
Hilton from 8 to 8 p.m. "T
Cristobal-Colon
Rotary Club Marks
USO Pat Day
USO Pal Day was observed by
the Cristoba-Colon Rotary Club at
a meeting held at the ... Cristobal
YMCA-USO. Twenty-three mem members
bers members of different branches of the
Armed Forces stationed on the
Atlantic Side Were guests of indi individual
vidual individual RotaTians at the luncheon
meeting.
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Three sDeakerS paid tribute to
the soldiers, sailors, and marines
who have dedicated their lives
to the service of their country,
CaDt. J. E. whitener, commana-
ing officer of the U.S. Naval Sta Station
tion Station at Coco Solo, commended the

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efforts of the USO on world fronts
uhorver sirvicemen are located.
He stressed the great need fqr
wholsome off base activitiea Pr.
ticularly where servicemen might
make normal contacts wnn ivr
lians. - ;
U. Col. Day H. Carr, represent representing
ing representing the Army, spoke of the great
need for servicemen to find out outlets
lets outlets In the local community. (He
H.rird that the YMCA-USO was
fulfilling the "in town" needs of
Atlantic Side servicemen uu-uubu
its fine facilities and programs.
Robert W. Welse, American con
sul in Colon, stressed the respons responsibility
ibility responsibility of civilians to meet and
welcome servicemen in their com-
mi.nitv life and in their homes.
Tracing the history of Pal Day
from Ita beginning six years ago
in the little community oi eue'
viiu HI. to the nreseni: time Mr,
w.Im raiurf unnn this community
to Juin the 200 USO Unitt located
in the four corners or me giooe w
observe thnj occasion.
Red China, Poland
Acknowledqe Russia
Undisoufed Leader
M6SCOW, Nov. 23 t- (UP)
Communist China and Poland,
two leading exponents of 'sepa
rate roads to socialism," ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged Russia as undisputed
leader of the Communist world m
the just-ended congress of Com Communist
munist Communist leaders here, reports of
the gathering showed today.
Yugoslavia, However, was noi
among the 12 nations which signed
a communique blasting ine west
and hailing the new solidarity in
the Communist bloc yesterday.
The communique was the first
multilateral pronouncement of in international
ternational international communism since the
Cominform was dissolved in 1958,
(Informed political sources in
Roiorarfp aiH Yugoslavia refused
to sign the document because it
attacked in principle the United
States and other Western nations.
(Approval of the Declaration
nmuiri have endangered Yugoslav
ia's present friendly political, eco
nomic and cultural reiawons wu
the West, the sources said.)
Among the more significant
results of the conference- was
China's and Poland's apparently
complete acceptance of unchal unchallenged
lenged unchallenged Soviet leadership of Inter International
national International communism,
national cortmunirm.
, "The -Socialist camp," he jaid,
mnt hav heid. and that head
rj. the Soviet rUflion.v Commuhiat
workers' countries also must nave
a head, and that head is the ttmv
munist party or me ouv wiu.
Polish Communist party lead leader
er leader Wladyslaw Gomulka expressed
th umc idea in a speech before
the Supreme Soviet Nov. 8. He
characterized theoviet Union as
the first among equais.
Nuclear Parley
Held In Moscow
LONDON, Nov. 23 (UP) Radio
Moscow said today scientists from
t7 nations, including the United
States, were attending an atomic
conference in Moscow. It reported
the meeting was devoted to prob problems
lems problems dealing with nuclear reaction
"involving small and intermediate
energy."
Royalty Accepts
LONDON, Nov. 23 (UP)-Queen
Elizaawth II and the Duke of Edin Edinburgh
burgh Edinburgh have accepted an invitation
. at.t visit to the Nether
lands March 25-27 of next year,
Buckingham Palace announced to today.
day. today. RY
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Your husband isn'f o diflerent
from other husbands if
He halls to notice the new living living-room
room living-room curtains that seem, to you
to make the room over until, you
call his attention to them.
U 'His maddening reply to the
startling bit of gossip you heard at
the Dridge ciuo omy mat morn morning
ing morning is, "Yeah, I heard about that
several months ago." And his an answer
swer answer to your surprised," "Why
didn't you ever mention it is
simple, "Idldn't know you'd be
Interested.
When you cook his .favorite
meals and proudly put rt on the
table, he casually mentions that he
had the same thing at lunch.
. Just before his birthday or Chri
maa he goes out and buys him
self the verv thine you've been
planning for months to surprise
mm wun. i
: He can't understand how a wo woman
man woman can have closet full of
clothes and stiir not have a "thing
to wear" for a special occasion.
By Mrs. Muriel Lawrence
t
Last summer Gloria saw a lot
of the visiting grandson of some
neighbors. Now they correspond.
El a recent letter, Neil suggest suggested
ed suggested a weekend visit to meet his
family. Gloria eagerly awaited the
letter that would set the visit's
date.
Yesterday when the letter came
. .. ... V
ner motner openea u.
When Gloria got home from
school, she gave it to her, saying
"I shouldn't have opened this.
I know I haven't any right to
read your mail. I'm sorry, hut you
know how interested I am in"
Flushing, Gloria, interrupted. "No
you hadn't any right to open my
letter. It's .nv letter. If I had to
wait to get home from school to
find our what it said, you certain certain-lu
lu certain-lu could. Don't you ever open my
mail gain, Mother!
Her narent flushed, too. "That
will be just about enough from
you, young lady," she said sharply.
"The idea of talking to me like
that. Don't you dare mention Neil's
name to me again!",
Did the mother genuinely re
gret opening the letter? Of couse
not. She had just usea sen re-
Eight Men Missing
In Tanker Blast
Given Up As Dead
NAPLES. Italy. Nov. 23 (UP)-
Searchers gave up hope today of
finding alive eight men missing
and feared trapped by a boiler ex explosion
plosion explosion that ripped apart the Ital
ian freighter Anna Maria Ievoli
and sent it to the bottom.
The explosion Thursday sprayed
the dock, area and surrounding
vessels with debris and flaming
oil. Two bodies were recovered
and scores of persons injured, two
critically.
Police believe the missing crew
men and dock workers went down
with the 2,285-ton vessel when it
sank at its dockside moorings.

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Is Nice To Have
But Sometimes
'3 1
'jUSTi LIKE AMAN
If his favorite chair is a die
reptible-looklng old relic that you
had give anything to be able to
get out of tne living room.
He acts as though he has solv
ed the dishwashing prob'em
generously, insisting that you 'let
I them go until morning.
. wnen uie nouse is in appie-pi
order and guest are due any mi
nute, he decides he has to find
something hat may be in any
one of three closets or in any one
of a dozen drawers. And he gets
everything out of place in his
determined search.
He makes you promise that you
will leave a party early, and then
acts as though you are trying to
l spoil his fun when you tell
the
hostess you have to leave,
He comes home on an eewnine
when he knows there are 20 guests
expected for a buffet supper and
says cheerily, "Hi. honey, what
have you been doing all day?"
Droach to avert reproach from
pioria. When the trick ditf not
work, she gqt angry.
The thing is, her example of
making a phony apology has
taneht Olnria the same trick.
This 16-year-old girl often says
things like this:
"It was awful of me to leave my
bed for you to make this morn
ing but I was too rushed to do it.'
I m an old meame to have made
you iron by blouse hut I was too
tired to do it.
"I hadn't any right to let you
and Dad worry but I just could
not find a telephone."
It's unhealthy to be cpntinuallp
apologizing for ourselves to other
people. The habit of using the
words "I'm sorry" as a substitute
for corrected action damaged our
self-respect. For behind it is the
childish demand do do exactly as
we please.
Today, when respecting chll
dren's rights is the fashionable
thing to do, it's only too easy to
hide our disrespect for them be behind
hind behind false apology. Where the stern
Victorian papa openly claimed his
right to read a daughter's mail,
Gloria's modern mother claimed
it secretly. The only difference be
tween them is her shame of her
wish to control.
J4omemaltint
Removing the day's accumula
tlon of make-up and grime is
important to skin health. Facial
pores will become .clogged If the
skin isn't cleaned properly. So
take more care at night and re
sist the temptation to fall into
bed after just a dash of water on
your face.
There are several methods of
attacking balckheads. One is to
use cereal grains. Apply mois moistened
tened moistened cereal, perhaps oatmeal, to
the face. When rt has dried, use
a coarse towel to ruh It off. This
should dislodge blackheads.
Made dishwashing easier by
rinsing all dishes thoroughly.
Juices, milk and eggs, especially,
are hard to remove if left to set
in glasses, bowls or plates.
Arrlvtt
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Dec. 21
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PANAMA 2-2904

Errol Flynri Drunk
Charge Dismissed ;

For Lack Of Proof
HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 23 (UP (UP-A
A (UP-A drunk charge brought against
actor. Errol Flynn after he was
accused of stealing a policeman's
badge last month at a Screen Pub Publicist's
licist's Publicist's Ball was dismissed in Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Court today for lack of evi evidence.
dence. evidence.
Flynn, X8, and Dublin-born ac
tress Maura Fitzgibbona, 21, were
arrested outside the swank Kiviera
Country Club by officer William
Friedman who complained the
couple took his badge.
Both were jailed for a couple
of hours before obtaining tneir re
lease on bail.
Municipal Judge Gerald C. Kep
pie also dismissed a similar
charge against Miss Fitcgibbons
on recommendation of the city at attorney's
torney's attorney's office.
Flynn, who pleaded innocent to
the charge, said he had taken
Friedman' badge as a "joke al alter
ter alter the off-duty officer asked Jilm
to autograph a menu at the party.
Flynn said Miss Fitzgibbons lost
the badge after putting it in one
of her gloves and dancing oft with
Flynn at the party. Friedman said
Flynn flipped him 5 to buy anoth another
er another badge.
Assistant City Attorney Donald
M. Redwlne said the chsree was
dismissed following investigation.
"We could not prove he
was
guilty without a reasonable
doubt," Redwine sfaid.
Quote Unquote
SEATTLE Dave Beck Sr.. tes
tifying in tlu Brand larcenv trial
of his son, Dave Jr.:
"If anyone has done anvthina
it's me."
WASHINGTON Labor Secre
tary James P. Mitchell, in saying
he thinks the 13-month rise in liv living
ing living costs to a record peak has
come to an end:
"There may be seasonal fluctu
ation, but all signs point to an end
to the persistent rise in the cost
of living."
NEW YORK Former Prsl.
dent Hoover, in blaming the
American high school system for
the shortage of engineers and sci scientists:
entists: scientists: In my view there Is fundamen
tal weakness from the too preva prevalent
lent prevalent High school system of allow allowing
ing allowing a 13 or 14-vear-old kid to
choose most of his studies. .a
youngster's first reaction in school
is to seek soft classes, not the
hard, work of science and matha.
matici."
HOUSTON, Tex. "Dr. Ernest
. Lawrence, noted nuclear nhvsi-
cist. m saying it wss "heartwarm
ing" how quickly Americans are
responding to the Soviet space
challenge:
We are taking the necessary
measures .iot only to insure our
survival, but to maintain peace in
the world for the benefit of man
kind."
CUSHING, Okla Mrs. Almonia
Hubbard, on why a doctor wasn't
called when seven members of her
family became til and one died:
"We don t use doctors. It is
gainst our religious belief.
Leaflet Shower f
'elts Red China
TAIPEI. Formosa. Nov. 23 (UP)
Nationalist Chinese planes car carried
ried carried out one of their biggest air
drop missions of the year last
night, droBping some 5.000,000
leaflets on 200 Communist Chinese
cities and towns, the government
announced today.
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p. BOSTON, Nov. 23 (UP) Ted Williams headed
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seemingly unconcerned over being voted second-best most

valuable player in the American League

Though Ted shrugged off his
loss of the award to New yum.
. Yankee Mickey Mantle, Boston
associates and fans loudly pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed that he "was robbed."
"It makes no difference to me
one way or the other," Williams
chuckled when newsmen caught
up with him in San Juan, p.k.,
yesterday. Ted was filming a tel television
evision television short on fishing at a re re-mote
mote re-mote Island village but planned
to fly to Boston today.
Willipms nolled 209 votes a-
niong the Baseball Writers Asso
ciation oi America iu naaiiura
233 but refused to elaborate on
the subject nd said he did not
care to eo into details.
Red Sox owner Tom Yawkey
said yesterday that be did not.
want to take anything away
'from Mickey Mantle, whom I
ii admire as a wonderful ball
Jf player," but added there were
(i "some aspects-of the votlny for
: the most valuable player a a-,.
,. a-,. ward that disturb me."
Williams won the MVP a a-"ward
"ward a-"ward in 1946 and 1949. New York
.Yankee players also beat Will
lams the other three times he
finished second-best. In 1941 he
was nosed out by Joe Di Maggio.
"Joe Gordon beat Williams in 1942
and Di Maggio repeated in 1947.
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At 39, Williams won his fifth
American League batting crown
during the past season. He also
out-homered Mantle, who said
in an interview at Rochester,
Minn.,, that he had been sure
Williams would be named MVP
this year. "Last year I was ex expecting
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Red Sox genera manager
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is it's impossible to pick Ted
ninth or terih. Personality
must have entered such a
vote."
Johnny Pesky of Lynn, a for former
mer former Williams teammate, was
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low fellow of Ted's age.
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DETROIT (NEA) After the De Detroit
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3 1-2-year-old daughter, Carrie,
had changed her mind about him.
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est 'greatest foothill player in the world.'
says the big tackle, "but changed
it to 'the best Daddy m tne worirr
after we dropped those games in
Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Ane played his college football
for Southern California.
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Lose Tommy Hughes;
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The St. Louis Cardinals this
week announced that their
pitching plans for 1958 suffer suffered
ed suffered a setback when they lost
promising righthander Tom,
Hughes to the U.S. Army.
Hughes was inducted last week.
Hughes, the son of Sgt. Wil William
liam William Hughes of Cristobal, had
an outstanding 14-4 record
last season with Houston. He
also pit ched a 4-0 shutout that
gave Houston the Dixie Series
championship in the final
game of the playoffs.
Tom is one of Cristobal High
School's all-time d i a mond
greats and also starred on the
mound for the Chesterfield
Smokers in the Panama Pro
League.
P. Kobbe, Clayton's
Battery C Still Lead
Volley Ball League
In Tuesday night's round of ac action
tion action in the Inter-Base Volley Ball
Tournament, currently being con conducted
ducted conducted at the Balboa YMCA-USO,
C. Battery, 764th AAA Bn, Fort
Clayton and the Fort Kobbe team
swept straight sets to maintain
their unbeaten records.
C Battery coppped two straight
games from A Battery, 764th AAA
Bn. Fort Gulick. while the Fort
Kobbe squad took two straight
games from the 62nd MRU team
from Fort Amador.
The team from Albrook A i r
Force Base garnered two out of
three games from the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Engineers team to pick up
thier first match win.
The Clayton Engineers team
and the 62nd MRU team have yet
to hveak into the win column.
The schedule for Tuesday night,
Nov. 26 is as follows: 6:30 p.m.,
Fort Clayton Engineers vs C. Bat Bat-terry,
terry, Bat-terry, Fort Clayton; 7:30 p.m.,
Fort Kobbe vs. Albrook AFB.
Standings
Teams
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Ft. Kobbe
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Four Intercollediate

Titles To

by
JOE WILLIAMS

Wanna buy into pro football?
We hear the Phhly Eagies can be
had. block, tackle ana jump pass,
for $750,000... As an international
contest, woldn't a rocket shoots
ing match between the Kusskics
and the U.S.A. have to be cleared
throueh Avery Brundage?... Over
heard: "The Navy team has more
Pennsvlvamans than frea war
ing."...There's nothing so touching
as mother love. Mrs. Hurricane
.larksnn wants her much-batter
ed son to keep on fighting... IBC's
.inp Roberts' Dbone-to-pnone cam
paign in behalt of Queens president
Jim ensona leu mm wiiu a ueieu ueieu-tive
tive ueieu-tive ear, but a winning candidate.
PEOPLI'S CHOICE... Notre Dame
shoutout victory over Oklahoma,
unbeaten in 47 consecutive games
and unblanked in 123, moves 49-year-old
Terry Brennan into a
strong contending position for the
ScriDos-Howard Coach of the Year
Award. From all accounts this was
wholly a team triumph which re reflected
flected reflected exemplary tutoring as well
as emotional uplift. When a team
comes back from two successive
decisive defeats (Navy 6-20, Mi Michigan
chigan Michigan State 6-34) with the com composure,
posure, composure, confidence and competence
the Irish showed in conquering
the Southwest titans, you can be
sure the coach had a lot to do
with- its success.
COMEBACK TRAIL. .The Irish
resurgence is ahead of schedule,
a relatively young squad, it was
not supposed to fell until next
season. Iowa, Southern Cal and
SMU still remain to be played. Iu
matter what lies ahead, preseason
expectations nave been abundantly
exceeded, They have won five of
seven. Purdue, Indiana and Okla
noma were scnneiuerea. Pitt was
held to a single touchdown. Their
seven game totals are 93-82. A
year ago, in losing six of their first
seven, tney scored 81 while yield
ing 199. Oklahoma beat them. 40
0. Football figures are notoriously
lacking in substantiality but these
for what they are worth, bespeak
a remarkable comeback.
"WHO'D HE BE AT?",. .In me-a
surmg ine lninsic acuity ot a
team the caliber of its opposition
is a reqursite consideration. Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma plays a round robin schedule
in a weak conference. In such
circumstances rankings and win winning
ning winning streaks become suspect. Few
soft spots ever appear in a Notre
Dame schedule; Coming up to the
Oklahoma game the Irish played
Army, Pitt., Navy and Michigan
State in order. They were battle
hardened. Oklahoma wasn't. For
bowl game purposes a diluted sche schedule
dule schedule has its points. In other res-
Boston Celtics Win
12th Consecutive
Basketball Game
The undefeated Boston Celtics
won taeir 12th straight game in
the National Basketball Associa
tion Thursday night, and it was
one of their easiest even though
Bob Cousy is still out with a sore
leg.
The Celts ran up a 112-90 score
over the Detroit Pistons In the sec
ond half of a doublehesder after
the New York Knickerbockers
edged Minneapolis in overtime,
124123. The Celts stunned Detroit
with a tremendous first-quarter
attack and led 35-17 at the end
of that period. The Pistona never
got back in the game.
The victory pulled the Knicks
into a third-place tie with Phila Philadelphia.
delphia. Philadelphia. Cincinnati, second in the
Western Division, meets Syracuse,
second in the East, in .tonight'

Be Decided Today

pects it can be a disastrous han
dicap.
CATCHING UP'.'... Because of its
limited popularity, a team using
the single wing is supposed to have
an advantage over a team that
attacks from the more common
place T formation. It didn't work
out that way in two key games
Saturday, Princeton lost to Yale,
and Tennessee another notable
exponent was stopped by Ole Miss.
This is beginning to happen with
some regularity and the thought
occurs that the problem of adjust
ment may not be as difficult as
it used to be. Yale made it two
in a row over the Tigers, and three
out of the last five, in only
one of which did the Bulldogs fail
iu tui Hi imuBL iwice.
PASSING PANCY. ..The Blues
used the air lanes to smash the
favored Tigers, a vulnerability not noted
ed noted by scouts and dulv exDloited.
All three of their scores were by
passes. Dick Winterbauer con
nected with 14 to 19 tries. In ad addition
dition addition to arm accuracy, the Blu's
quarterback called a perfect fame!
If this last man is not the best
in the East he's close to it. The
Blues overall performance was so
superior their earlier dfpat hv
Brown becomes all the more in-
comprehensible. There was mitiga mitigation
tion mitigation in their tie with Dartmouth
an official goofed,
THE HARD WAY... Moving iin
to its climatic finale with Navy,
Army continued to make the easy
ones look hard. The Cadets hd
to go for broke to turn back
thrice beaten Utah the week be-
iore ana tms time they were forc forced
ed forced to come from behind to edge
Tulane, a six-time loser, in the
final minutes. To their rrndit thov
j u : ljL .j
puncmng... ana scoring.
ine defense seems to Jte ahead
oi we aeiense and unless the im imbalance
balance imbalance is corrected they are in
flW ...... 1 1
ociiuus irouuie. wavy is no
mom dsu ueet and Nov. 30 is not
far away.
Whatever
Happened to .
GENE MAKO
Once famed as the cagey dou doubles
bles doubles partner of Don Budge, Gene
Mako lacked only the killer in instinct
stinct instinct to become a great tennis
player in singles. Even so, he won
a National Junior Singles crown
and was runner up to Budge at
Forest Hills in 193S. With RnH
he won two Wimhlwlnn nntiHiai
crowns, two in U. S rtnuKio.
clayed Davis Cup doubles in 1937-
38.
Whatever haDnened in Oon M.
ko? He's still in tennis today as
head, of a Los Angeles company
'hat constructs hard-surface courts
ior scnoois and playgrounds.
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By HARRY WISMER
collegiate football season has
passea its zenith. Many confer conference
ence conference championships have been set
tled, but we still have those tra
ditional windups that make for bit
ter battles and exciting football.
in me i;ast, the battle for the
Ivy League crown will be staged
in Princeton's Palmer Stadium
The Tiger is favored hut in our
opinion the Indians from Hanover,
N.H., will surprise with a 13 to 7
victory, Yale has too much for
Harvard and will take the Crim Crimson
son Crimson 19 to 6. Rutgers will beat Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia 19 to 13.
Penn State will beat Pittsburgh
in the Steel City. The score, 14
IU O. I
BIG 10 SEASON ENDS
ine Big Ten rings down the
curtain this Saturday. Wisconsin
will beat Minnesota 27 td 12: II II-Unois
Unois II-Unois will beat Northwestern 20 to
J,- Purdue will trample Indiana 28
to 0, and Ohio State will wind up
its Western League year unbeaten
with an 18 to 13 win over Michi
gan.
Michigan State will take Kansas
State about 40 or 50 to nothing.
And you'll have to predict the re result
sult result of the Iowa-Notre Dame con contest
test contest at South Bend. We'll be
broadcasting- it.
In the South. Clem.onn nn-ll K.
Wake Forest 18 to 6; Duke will
win from North Carolina 27 to 14 14-Auburn
Auburn 14-Auburn will beat Florida State 20
to 0; Virginia will surprise Mary Mary-and
and Mary-and 14 to 12; Georgia Tech will
lose to Florida 18 to 13; and Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee has an 18 to 13 edge over
Kentucky.
SOONERS TO WIN
Elsewhere we find nvint.
heating Nebraska 35 to 7; Missou Missouri
ri Missouri trouncing Kansas 21 to 6; Colo Colorado
rado Colorado taking Iowa State 13 to 0:
Southern Methodist beatine RovW
17 to 13; Rice defeating Texas
Christian 19 to 7, Oregon -State
beating Rose Bowl bound Oregon
iu m; aiamora licking Califor California
nia California 19 to 13 and UCLA having a
21 to 18 edge on Southern Cal. In
the other coast game, Washington
rm ucoi nasuington state iz to 7,
The leadership in the Western
Division of the National Profes
sional League will undergo some
changes this weekend. The Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Colts and San Francisco
49ers, tied with Detroit for first
"ace, meet at Baltimore and the
loser drops down. We like the
Colts 24 to 24: t TWmit
k'nScWi? Cnica 28 to 18; J
",c otccicrs snouia take Green
?uay ?!ttsburSh 35 to 24; and
the Washington Redskins should
take the Eaelea at Phiiioinhi.
28 to 21. y"
The Eastern leadpr th. ri-
land Browns and New York
ujnis, couia Dotn get beaten, al although
though although they are favored to win.
we thmk the Browns will edge the
Los Angeles Rams 24 to 21; but
the Giants will be surprised at
Chicago. "We pick the Cardinals
35 to 31.
BEST IN LEAGUE
WILLIAMSBURGH, Va. (NEAV (NEAV-Coach
Coach (NEAV-Coach M51t Drewer calls his Wil Wil-ham
ham Wil-ham and Mary football center,
Bill Rush, the best in the Southern
Conference.
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Editor: CONRAOO SARGEANT ; :

Readers' 1957 CZ AH-Star Tcaci
To Be Announced Tomorov
The Canal Zona 1057 All-Star football team; as
selected by-Panama American readers Will be pub published
lished published tomorrow. '"" ,r
Along with It will be published an All-Star team'
selected by Panama Amerfcan sports writer Trevor'

Simons.

Fearless Fraley Boldly
Names All-America team

By OSCAR FRALEY
threat of losing my franchise in
the experts club, I'm acceding to
the demands of Dractreallv
today and naming Fearless Fra
ley s Au-Amenca football team for
1HOZ.
These guys now nrohablv1 will ho
ignored by every one else in the
nation including my under-
WOrKed DarDer Who is annniinolns
his team next week at the canar-
sie couture conclave. The fact that
I have seen absolutely none of
mem is to be ignored.
o here they are:
Ends: Dick Wallen. TICT.A ni
Jim Phillips, Auburn.
Tackles 5 Alex Karras, Iowa, and
Lou Michaels. Kentucky
Guards: Rov Hord Dnt .n,
tu ccuyer, JNotre Dame.
center: Don Stephenson. Geor
gia Tech.
Backs: John Crow. Teva Ar.
gies; Clendon Thomas, Oklahoma Oklahoma-Walt
Walt Oklahoma-Walt Kowalczyk, Michigan State;
and Don Clark, Ohio State.
Names Second Teem
The second team. Innf fn ramm
you're still with me, includes:
ends, Jim Gibbons, Iowa, and
Dave Kaiser; Michigan State; tac tac-kles,
kles, tac-kles, Charley Krueger, Texas Ag Aggies,
gies, Aggies, and Bob Reifsnyder, Navy;
guards, Aurelius Thomas, Ohio
State, and Bill Johnson, Tennes Tennessee;
see; Tennessee; center, Charley Brueckman,
Pitt; and backs, Bob Anderson,
Army; Tom Forrestal, Navy; Jim
Shanley, Oregon, and Jim Pace,
Michigan.
Let, jt be said right now that,

Fort Gulick Gridders Roll Up

48-0 Victory Over JWTC Team

Fort Gupck's U. S. Army Gar-
nson gridders rolled up. a 48-0
victory over a scrappy JWTC
team last Tuesday night under
the lights at Gulick Stadium be before
fore before a crowd of over 400 football
fans.
The Garrison ran and passed to.
their seven-touchdown victory in
the opening game of Army At Atlantic's
lantic's Atlantic's newly organized touch
football league.
The night s outstanding perform
ance was turned in by the Garri
son's fullback "(Big" John Foster,
who threw four touchdown passes,
received a long pass to score an another
other another and finally dashed off a 40 40-yard
yard 40-yard jaunt for six more points.
End Marv Keadle took two
touchdown passes to score 12
points. Don Myers scored the
first points of the game by snag
ging a long high-pass in the end
zone to complete a 40-yard scor
ing nlav. Jim Hansen received a
pass on the JWTC 25-yard line
and scampered across the goal
line for his lone score of the eve evening.
ning. evening. The coup de grace was ad
ministered by Dave Wright who
took off on an end run to go all
the way, 20 yards, for the TD
JWTC's attack never got closer
than the Garrison's five-yard line,
and was seriously disrupted by
the ferocious charging Garrison
line.
The five team Army Atlantic
Touch Football League is the first
of its kind in Panama 'in -"recent
years. Teams are composed of
seven men and operate under the
free substitution rule (platoon sys system).
tem). system). They play on a 90-yard long
long football field using a combi combination
nation combination of AAU touch football rules
and appropriate local rules agreed
upon by the participating teams.
The game offers plenty of ac action
tion action since deception and pass
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being one of the nation's Ieadln
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WJ1 ig N8. fart and 1
mobile with a 207-pound average
while the backs are meaty enough
at a 198-pound average to make
their ownjoles if somebody falls
down on 'the job.-,
Phillips and Wallen are not skv skv-scraping
scraping skv-scraping ends but get the job
done. Phillins f iv.tu ..

pounds while Wallen is only six
feet and 185 but is a growing lad
of a mere 20.
Brawny Lids All
Karras, the Iowa tackle,, is golntf
to make everybody's team and the
Gary giant has good company In
Michaels, who toted his 235 pounds
all the wav to KnfnVir

Swoyerville, Pa., a region which
is not exactly a stranger to pro producing
ducing producing good football players.
Hord at six-foot three and 220
pounds, makes a good running''
mate at guard for FVnwr th toe :

pound Notre Dame dandy, while
Stephenson is outstanding among
euwu wup or centers, i-- :
The backfield is full of vim mA
vigor. Crow look tn h .'m..
back of the year and t
and 210 pounds is th Wir.rf M.

of my hall toters. Kowa!c?yk ; at
205 tan bump headi with most
linemen and stay alive While
Thomas and Clark, s bit lighter,
con move' with admirable rapidity.
It may be said right, here that
Anderson is one vr int

that'a all. .He'll make everybody's
club next season about the time
people stop knocking the team Pve, k
picked this., yearly..

plays form the' bulk of the offense
rather than traditional line-bucks -and
other power plays used in
regular tackle footbalL
The game was complete even
to a cheerleading squad made up
of teenage girls from Fort Gulick.
Th games are being conducted
on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and
Thursday beginning at 7 p.m.
Atlantic Twilfghf
League Meeting Af ;
Margarita Tuesday
The Atlantic Twilight Baseball
League will hold its second meet ing
in preparation for the 1958
ason at ML. Hope Stadium. The
USS Jasper, a prominent conten contender
der contender last year, reluctantly armoune.
ed their withdrawal f3rem the
league last week due to underlain
ed their withdrawal T r o ra the
a guelast week due to uncertain
franchise and the league officials
are attempting to replace the Jas
per with another service team 1
from the Gold Coast --v
Due to the. shortage of teams -and
the possible necessity of re
vamping the entire loop, all plsv
ers, fans, managers, league effl.
cial or anyone who la interested
in the survival of the league are
urged to attend Tuesday, night's
meeting at the Margarita club'
house (Service Center) at 7 p.m.
. Any information on the lea sue.
or anyone who cannot attend the
meeting, may call Trevor Simons
at Cristobal 1833 or Cristobal 2530
and obtain whatever information
needed for entering a team or
playing in the league. !, -

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Patterson May Be Waiting
For Next Olympic Games

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA)-Rocky Mar-
- .. tartaric the fistic faSMOn
of hibernating between fights.
. A ik .nAfiTarlilfl r H H I IE V3 lit mv
battlepit, The Rook dug s-ieep-ly
into obscurity between, starts that
few people recpgnl'zed Turn on the
NOW JPlopa jr"er"
1- 1- ,!. vnttin nf his lllUS-
lug -i J
trioiis predecessor. t
taken with him EmU Lence, who
became the young champion s pn pn-'
' pn-' vate promoter when Cus D Amato
broke with the International Box Boxing
ing Boxing Club and, promised to give
pctopttsv'InC. genuine icompeti-
v Lencei "the little dress manufac manufacturer,
turer, manufacturer, planned to send P atterson
aeainst ,more satisfactory oppon opponent
ent opponent than Petex Rademacher in
NeW York' Kingsbridge Armony
in November. He was to reopen
hit 1 Eastern -i Parkway Arena in
Brooklyn and further put the
breath of life back into smaU clubs
in Greatejew York.
LENCE HAS DONE NOTHING
to date, however, and now calls
his boxing business "a slow, te tedious
dious tedious operation. I can't talk, he
aays. "There are to many obsta-
cles."
Lcnce makes it clear that the
Internecine war, which the poor
old beak busting, business is in
no position to stand, is still on.
Unles a truce is declared for
the good 0 all. hands, Patterson
may have to wait until the next
Olympic Games for his next oppon opponent,
ent, opponent, and they are? not scheduled
in Home -until I960." Or' the very
pe'rsnickity if manager", D'Amto
might: settle for the winner of the
National AAU in Boston next
.'April. hW'HZ'&'v ''- ''
. Refusing, to box anyone even
remotely associated with the IBC,
D'Amato is guilty of the monopoly
charge! he lodged against Jim
Norris. D'Amato has become the
dictator, but one who can't get
Jvery far with all of the ranking
10 challengers hooked up with
Nerris one way or another.
AtTONItHINS- FACT is that
Patterson is a heavyweight cham-
who h. nrt 'tackled nine
of the first 10 .in the "nKing
And there are 'several a rracuve
oprwnents, tcfcrtoue Macnen
uy. K.oy Mamsr 1
no, Pat McMurtry and MiKe ue
John.
All Patterson has to do to make
the sour science hum it keep busy.
First Caddies
Were
V EDESBURGH (NEAV The Roy
'and Ancient city of Edinburgh has
numerable associations' with golf.
-The -game was first played in
the capitat of Scotland at, least
500 years ago. Here "it was that
Mary, Queen of Scots, essayed a
reeal pivot and cut a divot.
Here caddies first came into
being. A wild and-evil band, the
"cawdles hung around, the Mer
est cross, wnere criminals were
strung up almost daily
looking
lor jooa. i
When times became harsh- the
caddies found jt hut a short step
from golf club toting to Just plain
Ciub toting.

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Of Football Scouting:

Reports Are Guarded

THE THING
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X'-fe-T
r77 A,
Few champions have had such an
attractive field of potential pay paydays.
days. paydays.
1 jhm cave Patterson can t af
ford to fight until February hs-
cause he is In a tax oracKei wmcn
allows him only 9 cents on ; the
Ann nnorotintf nn that storv.
everybody in all lines would go
out 01 Dusiness.
1 curt ie niCKERINS or' a
TV outlet, which he obviously feels
he has to have to reopen me
Eastern Parkway Arena. But is
nf that thft main trouble with
the manly art of mangling mugs
now too much ireeioacung via me
magic lantern? And televised fights
ha vp enttpn so bad that pub
customers now concentrate on the
head on their beer instead ot ine
magic lantern.
toftorsnn rnllpptpd $250.-
000 for boxing Pete Rademacher
in a fight that was not leievis leievis-ed.
ed. leievis-ed. ..
Why doesn't' Cus D'Amato get
wise to himself and take it from
there ?
Time Out For
Bison Tackles
LEWISBURG, Pa. (NEA)-Buck-nnii
tonirio iRnh Kosipr is an ex-
sergeant who served 48 months
in the Air force.
Now 26, the young man from
Pa l nlavine foot-
ball for the first time in eight
years. His last gridiron assign assignment
ment assignment was an an end at Hershey
High. .
Dick Hunn, the Bison's junior
tackle, served 36 months with the
Marine Corps, saw action in Ko Korea
rea Korea Diek olaved football for the
Cherry Point, N.C., Marine Base
in 1952 and in .Hawaii m 54.
Sports Briefs
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 23
fTTP Wpavvweieht Eddie Ma-
.vin nri 11 h nut nf action for six
w.eel 8U 15
ri jackson a-
- th b t last
. SDamDinat0
u 'todav. Machen's left hand
said today. Machen's left band
also suffered minor injury.
TAPE MIAMI Ci S&nchez
SPORTS BRIEFS SPORTS ....
PLAN ALTERED STADIUM
TORONTO (UP) Officials of
the Canadian National Exhibition
have approved' expansion of the
nrinrictanif at thi snorts stadium
on their grounds, making-the sta
dium suitable for lootDau ana soc soccer.
cer. soccer. s
- CAT LIN BACK TO BROWNS
- CLEVELAND (UP) Lineback Linebacker
er Linebacker Tom Catlin, a Cleveland Brown
regular in 1953 and 1954, has' re returned
turned returned to the active list from Air
Force duty. Stan Sheriff was re released
leased released to make room for Catlin.
CAGE CAPTAINS NAMEdY;
-TOIt Cnfa hi P ll?Pt.nnn Bun
rof New York City and Darwin Wil-
nams ot ivinsioo, r..., were elect elected
ed elected co-captains of the' Atlantic
Christian College basketball team.
Ryan, six-feet-four, is a forward,
nd Williams is guard.

By MURRAY OLDERMAN
Nir.w vnnK fNEA "Officer.1

ths wnmnn nn the railroad plat
form pointed ao the portly gent
with 'the tightly ciuicnea vaiise,
"arrest that man.1 He snitched
my bag."
r!. .tw.ot mntlnnorf thp fat
m.n tA th inn in the Pittsburgh
police station, "open it."
witn tne snap 01 we me uui
tnmhla1 a sheaf of naners. in-
scribed with strange hierogly
phics Circjes, squares, uoueu m
vavy lines everything but mic-
roaim..
"No bras in. there lady," shrug
ged the nrght sergeant.
Jack Lavelle of the. New York
nionto niiicklv snarred his bag
shut. No local cop was going to
get a peex ,at nis top secret reyui 1
of PiHsbureh the way it played
football,
"The1 perils of scouting," Jack
.h.b.. hia heart VOU Set IT-
rested. They bar you from stad
iums. You wind up in me wiuu
town."
Lavelle is a congenial chap who
once detoured 90 miles on a 150 150-mile
mile 150-mile trip to Hartford so he could
find the bartender who knew
just how Ho mix a whiskey sour.
.Even scouting football teams,
Lavelle can't escape gustatorial
millieus.
At Wrigley Field, George Halas
used to sit him in the far corner
of the baseball press box (virtu (virtually
ally (virtually on Chicago's south side the
Bears happen to play on the north
side) in a huddle of Hals' free free-his
his free-his favorite bar
tenders and waitresses, there to
transcribe his confidential re
ports. 1
tm was suKtlv remedied when
Pete Halas, George's brother, came
to New York to scout tne uianis
after they'd moved to Yankee
Stadium.
!, la im lanaar the sim
ple business of watching a team
play, jotting down a few notes
and diagrams and reporting to the
boss on Monday. Pete takes along
a recording ensemble which re re-nuires
nuires re-nuires an electric outlet. Modern
Yankee Stadium has no sucn elec electric
tric electric contrivance in the press box.
In the true spirit 01 reciprocity,
i.naniallv atriinS line for HalaS
was exchanged for a decent seat
for Lavelle
After 25 years of watenmg a
games a season, scouting is pretty
much cut and dried for Lavelle.
"You watch the defense," he
says. "The defense plav they use,
to figure out what Giant plays
will go best against it. The de defense
fense defense they're opposing, for tips
tha,t'4atop, ,ther attack."
Any little Individual peculiari peculiarities,
ties, peculiarities, Jack?
"You're wasting your time. These
guys are so smart they'll inten intentionally
tionally intentionally lick their fingers be before
fore before a pass or paw dirt before a
plunge to throw you off.
"niitinff for Notre Dame dur
ing the war, I noticed that the
Army quartetback had different
hhind the center, one for
running plays, one for passing. It
heloed a lot. xney oniy Deat us,
52-0."
T.avplle has followed the trend
toward modern CfldeetS in SCOUt-
ing. Jack will at times employ a
portable dictaphone ne can inrusi
into his. pockets (they're ample,
too. like the rest 01 nimj.
Th trouhl is. when he plavs
hick the tane, instead of noting
whpito thp linphakpr was when
the halfback. flared to his right,
he'll hear a Lavelle discouse on
"that stupid quarterback and
doesn't he know you don't pitch
out when it's second and one."
fhia wa mnrh lik. HlITT
Stuhldreher's problem when he
coached Wisconsin, to preserve
his profound observations as the
game unwound, Harry Kepi, a Dic Dictaphone
taphone Dictaphone at his elbow.
After the game, he listened to
the recorded tape.
"My gosh," the winced, "The
profanity that man uses."
Whatever
Happened to .
The Four Hersenwn
"Outlined against the Wue-gray
October sky, the Four Horsemen
rode again. In dramatic lore they
are known as Famine, Pestilence,
Destruction and Death. These are
onlv aliases. Their real names are
Stuhldreher, Miller, Crowley and
Layden."
So wrote the late Grantland
Rice about Notre Dame's famed
backfield after the Irish had licked
Armv in 1924 en route to a 10-0
season and the National Football
championship.
Whatever happened to the Four
Ilnrununt Thf Itt thl four WPTP
successful coaches but now, 33
years later, an are out ot iooidbu
. quarterback Harry Stuhldre Stuhldre-K
K Stuhldre-K ia a nuhlic relations vice res
ident for U. S. Steel at Pittsburgh
a w t a
, . lerc nan Jim urowtey is a
partner in a Scranton, Pa., public
Milaftitia firm anil chairman tlf
the Pennsylvania Boeing Commis
sion. . rignt nau Don Miner is
a prominent attorney at Cleveland
fullharh- Elmer T.avrin ia an
'executive with the- Nationol Car-
loading Co., a transportation firm,
in Chicago.-
ARMY-NAVY .RENEW
PHILADELPHIA, (UP Army
and Navy have signed a three three-year
year three-year renewal of their contract to
niav their annual football came in
Philadelphia. Manor Richardson
Dilworth aaid the schools have
taken an option on use of the 94.-ooo-seat
Municipal Stadium for
1961, 1962 and 1963. -,.

7v

WOW! And why not? Alphonse Halimi beat Raul Maclas
;:; for a clear claim to the world bantam cfiampionship.

BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
Teams
F. Icazaz Scott Atwater

W L
19 5
16 8
15 9
15 9
12 12
11 13
11 13
10 14
10 14
9 15
8 16
7 17

Kent Cigarette
Crawford Zenith -Pepsi
Colas
Blue Star Miik
Martini Vermouth
Dunlop Rubber
Duran Coffee
Tivoli Travel A'g.
Hillman Cars
Balboa Beers
Canada Dry
Fiv Tadine Averaces Cof-
Ifey 179, Pahl 173, Luttenberger
167, Folger 164, suiuvan it4.
Headline news of the bowling
world on the Isthmus took place
xl T,-11 V T n n
in tne raiuoa men a u e a s
Thursday night when les Pahl
made a one-in-a-litetime snot, in
picking up for a spare the 7-10
enlit T ps will he receiving a shoul
der patch from the Headquarters
of the American cowling congress,
Milwaukee, wis.
Scott Atwater 2 Dunlop 2
Icaza's Scott Atwater outboard
motors, current league leaders
faced .choppy waters but still
came out in front during tne iirst
two games by close margin, 14
and 17 maples. Thea tiiey encoun
tered a real squall when the Dun Dunlop
lop Dunlop Rubbers bounce! all over the
lanes by an 82 pin gain, and an
even smit 'arid cut down the lead
of the Scott-Atwater tggregation
bad over the second place cluo.
The two lead off bowlers had a
battle of their own and Dick La-
Beau of the motors edged out
Dunlop's Art Rod ins 531 to 509.
Kent Cigarettes 3 Canada Dry 1
The 'Canada Dry ran into some
hot coffee and were scalded by
Bill Coifey and his pack of Kent
Cigarettes by 133 pins in tne open opening
ing opening chanter, and 104 in the final
eame. In these two Bill produced
212 and 224 and he was aided in
one of these games by his protege
Gil Gilleon's 208. Oniy in the mid
dle game when these two relaxed
did the Canada Dry sneak and 18
pin win for their usual quota of
one point per week.
This outcome enhanced the Kent
chances for the Pennant, whereas
the Canada Drys, nrs drying up
in the cool confines of the cellar.
Both teacher, Bill Cottey and his
pupil Gilleon broke the 500 mark,
Bill with a 596 and Gil 507. For
the Canada Drys, with two mem
bers absent because of illness,
Lou Glud was tops with a low
443.
Zenith T. V. 3 B.lboa Beer 1
This was practically a carbon
copy of the above match, because
in the opener Zenith TV from
Crawford Agencies talecast a 136
advantage, and in the finale by
100, but in the center score, the
Balboa Beer won by 57 pins. The
three point gain closed the gap
on the league leaders, and the Ze Zenith
nith Zenith TVs are tied for third place,
only four behind.
While the Balboa, Beer, like its
companion products, should be
kept cob!, so the brewers are
banging on the cellar door, and
one more loss and they will join
the Canada Drys in the cellar.
Ray Walker- was the main attrac attraction
tion attraction on the Zenith TV screen with
his 536 and the cooled o.'f Beers It
was Manny Fernandez with 480.
Hillman Cars 3 Blue Star 1
For several weeks the Hillman
cars were mired at the bottom of.

PONTIAC

SOON ON
CIV A,

the hill, but they are now climb climbing,
ing, climbing, by knocking down the blue
Star milkmen for a 3 to 1 count.
Only in the curtain raiser did the
dairymen churn out a buttery
game by .18 pins, after that the
Hillman refueled with some high
power fuel and ran down the
Milkers by 49 and 78 pins in the
next two games. Three Hillman
models gave practically the same
performance, Barker 484, DeLuca
492 and Tyndall a 481. For the
soured milkers, Hofer's 486 was
the cream.
Pepsi Cola 3 Martini Vermouth 1
The first game went to the Pep Pep-sis
sis Pep-sis by 127, and the Martini Ver Vermouth
mouth Vermouth made a strong comeback
winning by 78 pins. And the last
game was a lulu and it went
right down the wire, a miss for
Tony Luttenberger and a spare
for Jack Voss would have given
the Vermouths of Martini the ver verdict,
dict, verdict, but Tony did not blow even
althought Jack Voss spared and
the Pepsis Colas capped a 7 pin
win and a three point evening.
This last spare enabled Tony to
break 500 with a 509, but he play played
ed played second best to Martini's Bald Baldwin
win Baldwin and his 546.
Tivoli Travel 3 Duran Coffee 1
In the noisiest and most spirit spirited
ed spirited match of the evening the Tivo Tivoli
li Tivoli Travel Agente really Uaveled
and except in the middle game
they enjoyed what they saw in
their travels, and added to .their
tourist collection three points. In
the middle game the Duran Cof Coffee
fee Coffee warmed up and eked out an
8 pin win. It was in this match
that Les Pahl of Duran turned in
his 7-10 split for a spare.
The results caused a tie in the
league standings for these two
teams, with each having (en wins.
The chief guides for the Travel Travelers
ers Travelers in. their journey were B b
Kahne with 535 and Bruce Hass Hass-ler
ler Hass-ler with a bristling 535. The 7-10
King, Les Pahl contributed a 490
series for his Duran coffee roast roasters.
ers. roasters. Honor Roll Hasslcr 233, (high
for the season), Kahne 213, La
Beau 214, Coffey 212, 224, Gilleon
208, Somarriba 202.
CHANGE OF SCENERY
CHAMPAIGN, 111. (NEA) Bob
Mitchell of Illinois and Michigan's
Jim Pace renewed an old rivalry
in Memorial Stadium. The half halfbacks
backs halfbacks competed while attending
Arkansas high schools.
DISPLAY
S. A.

Panama

At A I brook Hangar

The Panama Area Armed Forc Forces
es Forces boxing finals will bo held at
Albrook Air, Force Base at 7:30
p.m. tonight, with a 10-bout card
to be featured.
. Competing in the championships
will be:1
Flyweight: Urvano Manzanares
of Albrook vs. Plummer Dinsmore
of Clayton.
Bantamweight: Jerome Dawson
of Kobbe vs. Felix Romano of
Albrook.
Featherweight: Steve Dunmore
of Kobbe vs. Darnell Sandford of
Clayton.
Lightweight: Dave Merritt of
Clayton vs. Therman Jefferson
of Kobbe.
Light Welterweight: Alfred
Fleming of Kobbe vs. Don Hopper
of Kobbe.
Welterweight: Lowrence Long of
Army Atlantic vs. Bobby Brooks
of Kobbe.
Light middleweight: Booker
Crosby of Kobbe vs. Clarence
James of Kobbe.
Middleweight: Robert Young of
Kobbe vs. Willie Hipps of Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. Light Heavyweight: Thurman
Fletcher of Kobbe vs. Lester Pow Powell
ell Powell of Clayton.
Heavyweight: J. D. Atkins of
Kobbe vs. Wallace Ryan of Kob Kobbe.
be. Kobbe. Using every ounce of his slen slender
der slender 132-pound frame, Fort Clay Clayton's
ton's Clayton's Dave Merritt pounded out
a unanimous decision over Al Al-brook's
brook's Al-brook's S. J. Johnson in the Pa Panama
nama Panama Areo Armed Forces' (AAF)
semifinal boxing match last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night. However, it was Ft.
Kobbe's strong armed pugilists
who dominated the scene, gaining
victories in seven of nine bouts.
An enthusiastic crowd filed into
Albrook's Hangar number 3 and
witnessed fighters from various
military posts tearing into each
other in an effort to gain a place
in tomorrow night's finals.
Usirg his longer reach to a
great advantage, Albrook's Urva Urvano
no Urvano Manzaznares gained a unani unanimous
mous unanimous decision over Kobbe's Eli
Castro-Diez in the initial fight of
the evening.
Manzanares landed of ten with
sweeping rights and warded off
his opponent in the in-fighting to
gain the decision of all three judg judges.
es. judges. Dave Merritt, a cool, strong, pol polished
ished polished figher tore into his Air
Force opponent in the second
bout, landing hard rights and
good combinations consistently. In
the second round Johnson went
down near the ropes as Merritt
exploded a right to the jaw. As
the bell sounded ending the last
round, Merritt hung a solid right
on Johnson's jaw and followed up
with a left hook which put his op opponent
ponent opponent on the canvas and insured
the victory.
From that point on the evening
was all ..Kobbe's, with one excep exception,"
tion," exception," that being Army Atlantic
Lawrence Long.
Long scored a TKO over Clay Clayton's
ton's Clayton's Bobby Prince at 2:06 of the
second round. The muscular Long
floored his opponent twice in the
first round with solid combinations
to the head. Then with a hafd
right to the jaw, in the second
round, Long hurt his foe. At this
point referee Joe Chapman stopped
the fight.
Kobbe's men in blue, Al Flem Fleming,
ing, Fleming, Don Hopper, Bobby Brooks,
Booker Crosby, Clarence James
and J. D. Atkins stopped their op opponents
ponents opponents in an amazing display
of durability and ring "know-how."
Atkins' victory, however, was on

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the slim side. His opponent, Billy
Lemmer of Fort Clayton, failed
to show for the weigh-in.
James was the only Kobbe fight
er to gain a KO, this being a one
round knockout over Albrook's
Jimmy Mathis in the first round
of the final bout. Teammate Al
Fleming gained a TKO over Clay Clayton's
ton's Clayton's Howard Brown, with all oth other
er other victories coming on the deci decision
sion decision basis:
James weathered a tremendous
barrage of blows in the first
round but still had enough to
come back and KO his fired up
opponent. Under constant pressure
from the opening bell, the Kobbe
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Finals

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the Jaw of Mathis. Now hurt, Ma-
this was cautious but not cautious
enough. James saw his opening,
and let loose with another right!
sending Mathis to the canvas ia
a heap. The bout ended at 2:07 of
the first round.
Fleming scored his TKO at 2:40.,
of the second second round a-
Brown stood helpless b?fore an
onslaught of rights and lefts. Ref Referee
eree Referee Al Guidet stopped the fight,
awarding the bout to another
Regular.
Bobby Brooks and Booker Cros Crosby
by Crosby gained unanimous decision o-..,,
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Otis Fort, respectively, and Don"
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER It, 1951'
C L A S S I F I E D S
. THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Resorts

PHILLIPS Oceantlde Cottages
Santa Clara. Bpk WO Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal J-WJ.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homes, en
beach. Phona Thopmson, Balboa
1772.
Fester cottages and larga heuia,
one mile patt Caiine. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1866.
Houses
FOR HINT: Chalet in Mirstlo Mirstlo-rai.
rai. Mirstlo-rai. Call Decoreeiones Roberto.
During office houri. 3-4904.
After 6 p.m. call 3-6706.
FOR RENT: Twe bedrooms
beautiful new chalet en Transiit Transiit-mican,
mican, Transiit-mican, front of Geneva. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 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.
FOR RENT: New chalet. 3
b a d r e e m, living-diningroom,
maid's room, hot and cold water,
garage. 7th Avenue and Paiee
del Cincuentenarie. (Coco del
Mar). Phona 3-3005.
FOR RENT: For six months:
Three bedroom heme. Well fur furnished.
nished. furnished. One bedroom, air-conditioned,
hot water. Phone. 3 3-6120,
6120, 3-6120, mornings.
FOR RENT:--Completely fur furnished
nished furnished small chalets, twe bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, privately -centrally locat located,
ed, located, 48 Street 25. Phone 3-0318.
ALSO Furnished and unfurnished
aparments Via Porras 64 ask for
keys apartment in the back.
FOR RENT: J bedroom chalet,
. two baths, porch, living-dining-room,
maid's quarters Indepen Independently,
dently, Independently, 'forage. Reference 40
Street 1-45.
FOR RINTs dean fsVnlshe
" room. Private bathroom and en entrance.
trance. entrance. Cooking facilities. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR HINT i Clean comfortable
room, maid's service, suitable,
I American ( gentleman. Opposite
Tropical Theatre. Calle I 11-37
Tel. 2-1541.
Las Tablas Group
Will Sfage Show
Al Ilafional Theatre
The Folklorlc Group from Las
Tablas, arrived yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and Is ready to stage show
at the National Theater, Monday
night.
The program Includes the Tu Tuna,
na, Tuna, Tambor, Cumbla, Salomas,
Mejorana, Punto and many oth other
er other forms of musical and dancing
folklore. There will be a show
o!t typical dresses, among oth others
ers others the beautiful pollera "de
luxe," montuna, camisillas and
different styles of the famous
Santefio hats.
A capacity crowd is expected
and Canal zone residents have
made reservations for Orchestra
and Box seats. Some tickets are
still available, by calling the De Department
partment Department of Pine Arts, telephone
2-0258, before 1:00 p.m. and the
National Theater, Monday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, telephone 2-2302.
"GUIIFIGHT AT THE

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Shane. until noiw this picture has stood alone, unique
among adventure films, bnt at last Paramount U able to
present a worthy companion piece In this story of the
strangest alliance this aid of heaven or hell; See Burt
tinwtrr knl Klr!t Douglas in 'GDNFIGHT AT THE O.K.
CORRAL" OPENING ON WEDNESDAY 27 AT THE LUX.

Apartments

ATTENTION. X I.I Jest b.lk
med'ani furnished apartmerrts, I,
2 edroonis, bat. cold water.
Phono Paaama 1-494 1.
FOR RENT: At Tony's El Patie,
good apace for chow. 36 E. 1 5.
FOR RENT. Nicely furnished
apartment, including refrigerator,
porch, parlor-diningroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, screened, $55.00.
Apply $112, Via Belisario Pe Perm,
rm, Perm, near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Apartment and
rooms for $25.00 and $40,00,
Information Jose Agustin Ann Ann-go,
go, Ann-go, No. 501 0-A. Phone 3-3644.
FOR RENT: Spacious, just built,
screened, brand new apartment,
exclusive residential section,
maid's room, garage, hot water.
Telephone Panama 3-3273.
FOR RENT: December 1st
completely furnished apartment,
2 bedrooms, livingroom, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, large porch, Venetian
blinds, garage, linen, China
glassware. Exclusive residential
section. Bella Vista. Telephone
Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT: Furnished inde independent
pendent independent apartment, living, din din-ingroom,
ingroom, din-ingroom, 2 bedroom, stove, refri refrigerator.
gerator. refrigerator. Bella Vista 43-64.
FOR RENT: I bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, nicely furnished, including
linens, (fisher, etc. $85.00. Call
3-3884.
FOR RENT: Apartment, good
ventilation, front porch, comfort comfortable
able comfortable for two persons 7-26 4th
Street.
FOR RENT: In Campo Alegre,
beautifully furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Hot water,
maid's quarters. Call 3-3884.
FOR RENT: In Campo Alegre,
brand new one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished nicely, hot wat watar,
ar, watar, servants service, balcony,
garage $115.00. Call 3-3884.
SERVICE
CENTERS
. ....... TONIGHT
. BALBOA
1:M 4: S:lt
"WAR AND PEACE"
VistaVtsion
and Color!
CRISTOBAL T:M
"THE SEARCH
FOR BRIDET
MURPHY
DIABLO 1:00
Walt Disney's
"LADY AND THE
TRAMP"
GAMBOA S:1S p.m.
Scott Brady
"STORM RIDER"
GATUN 7:00
"TAIWAN AND THE
LOST SAFARI"
MARGARITA 6:15, 8:00
Debbie Reynolds
"TAMMY AND THE
BACHELOR"
PARAISO
6:15 9:05
"Hold Back The
Nldhl" and
SANTA CRUZ
6:15 8:55
"MAN IN
THE GREY
FLANNEL
SUIT"
"Woman With No
Name" 7:35
CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:55
"PHANTOM STAGECOACH" and
"THE MOB" at 7:38 only
O.K. CORRAL"

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FARMACIA LUX 1M Central Avenue

VAN-DEB-JI8 e Btreet No. FARMACIA IX BA TURBO Parent Lefevre

the Balls Vista Theatre, o COLON!
Automobiles
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, whit
sidewall tires, overdrive, and ra radio.
dio. radio. Duty paid. Price $375.00.
Phone Albroelc 3230.
FOR SALE: 1957 4-door Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Power Glide, W, W. tires
clean, bargain. Call any time Tel.
5-413.
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: 1949 Ford two door,
excellent condition. Qtrs 104-A
Albrook. Phone (6-6242.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet
210, 8 pass station wagon. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Call Albrook
86-6145.
FOR SALE: '51 Deluxe Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Sedan, color, fathom green,
direction signals, sun visor; Pow Power
er Power Glide. Original owner. Room
216 Hotel Tivoli. Telephone 2 2-2111.
2111. 2-2111. FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, four door Sedan, V-8,
overdrive, perfect condition, low
mileage. Priced for quick sale,
$ 1 .600. Call Colon 8 1 or Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 1843 or 1728.
NIKON
Cameras
at
U.ltlllt t).
(Across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
(or rates and Information
Tel. Panama f-0533
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
$190.00
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 8-1661
230 Enrolled Here
In Florida Stale
University Program
Two hundred and thirty per persons
sons persons are enrolled In 10 courses
this semester at the Army-sponsored
Florida State University
program In the canal Zone. Of
that number. 72 enlisted men
and 82 officers re from U-5.
Army Caribbean.
This is a alight decrease from
the last semester's enrollment,
according to J. Richard Clark,
USARCARIB education officer.!
It is probably due to the Christ-!
mam hniMav anH the reorgani
zation of units here, added1
Clark.
The courses with the highest
enrollments are history of west western
ern western civilization, f-eneral math
and phyr.cal science
Eight of the classes are held
on the pacific side at the educa educational
tional educational centers at Fort Kobbe,
Fort Clayton and Albrook AFB.
Two classes are held at the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic educational center at Ft
Guile. ;:-

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HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J Fe. de
Central Avenue 1X.1U Tel. 431
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Good food at Tony
Friedman's. Et Patio 36 E. No.
15.
FOR SALE: Twin stroller. $15,
Chicago shoe skates sixe 6, $7.
Bassinet with pad $6.50. Tel.
6251 Curundu.
FOR SALE. Siames male kit kittens,
tens, kittens, "Seal Point" beauties.
Phone 3-4679 Panama.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks. 4"x12"
x12". They are economical, light
and de not crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco b Alfareria.'S.
A., Via EspaAa Ne. 37-40.
Phona 3-0160.
FOR SALE: Special sale today
until November 30 on all our
many eplendored things, gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous Oriental novelties ate,
Lum's Ave. J. Fco. de 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 all
attachments, including button button-holer
holer button-holer and xig-aagger, $30.00
1518-B Akea St., Balboa; Phone
2-3135.
FOR SALE: Piano, watches,
ahaver, suitcases, skates, black
board, toys, clothes, miscel miscellaneous.
laneous. miscellaneous. 2308-B. Las Cruces,
Balboa.
FOR SALE: 26" girl's bicycle.
Used two months. Like new. $40.
Call Panama 3-6557.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received at the office
of Superintendent, Storehouse
Branch, for the following items:
INVITATION NO. S-57-380
Insulating asbestos felt; laminat laminated
ed laminated asbestos; pipe covering;' fi fibrous
brous fibrous glass tape; cork board;
pressure gages; "Tiletex" polish;
oil burning system parts; torches;
brake booster assembly; motor
vehicle parts; rang parts; carbon
brushes; watt-hour meters;
wrench parts; steel deck clips;
pump parts; roofing tile; sins
anode and garnet paper.
TO BE OPENED 10:30 A. M.,
NOVEMBER 29, 1957.
INVITATION NO. $-57-311
Pigments; paint and varnish
remover; alkali proof sealer,
anti-slip concrete coating; color
sealer and finish coat compound;
paint, primer; thinner and lubri lubricating
cating lubricating oil.
TO BE OPENED 2:30 P.M.,
NOVEMBER 29, 1957.
Invitations may be obtained from
office of Superintendent of Store Storehouse,
house, Storehouse, telephone 2-1086.'
FOR SALE: Phonograph, $25.
AC-DC, Universal motor, 78-33
speeds. Beautiful tone, large
speaker. Balboa 2-2305..
FOR SALE: Frigidaire automa automatic
tic automatic washer. Excellent condition.
$175.00. Albrook 4295.
FOR SALE. 15 eubic feet, 25 25-cycle,
cycle, 25-cycle, Norge refrigerator In very
good condition for $75.00.
2309-A, Las Cruces Ave., Bsl Bsl-boa.
boa. Bsl-boa. Tel. 2-1337.
Mexican water color, paintings
15.00 up. Mexican scales deco decorators
rators decorators item overell Measure 3 Ox
34 inches $80.00. Round metal
table glass top ..'24" .diameter
$10.00. Black ceramic lamp $9. $9.-50.
50. $9.-50. Metal table 30x42" S9.00.
Four burner gas stove $25.00.
Interested exchanging or buying
upholstered Sofa or love seat.
Telephone 3-6372. :
Double Holiday
Outing, Planned
To Jardin Luisa
All nrnnrat.lon has fceen com.
Dieted hv the Pacific Commissa-!
ry SociaJ and Sporting; Club for
an outing "4o Jardin Luisa on
Thursday, Nov. 28, In Juan Diaz.
Being a double holiday, hanks-1
giving uuy uu uic biiuu ,uue
and Panama's Independence
from Spain, the club has made
all preparations to accommodate
the large crowd that Is expected
to be on hand.
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: One full sixe elec electric
tric electric stove. Good condition. Qtrs.
104-A Albrook.' Phong 16-6242.
FOR SAtE: 3 piece livingroom
set and coffee .table, all mahe mahe-gany,
gany, mahe-gany, $50.00, Call: Navy Rod Rodman
man Rodman 3440. 1
FOR' SALE: Eleven soft green
aluminum Venetian blind's, 4'x5
Harmonizing draperiara and slip'
covers. 5965-A, Smith place,
Diablo, 2-1353.
FOR SALE:
T i7. Ken more
laundromat $120;
SudSomatec
Eleven piece Chinese dinnina
dining room set, $300; tour
burner electric stave $50.00.
Call after- 6 p.m. 3-3319.
FOR SALE Ken more automatic
washing machine, 60 cycle. $15.
Call 86-3141.
FOR SALE: Rattan living room,
$40; metal dinette, $50; metal
desk, $15; cabinet, $1.0; TV set.
$150; bed and mattress, $40;
metal dresser, $20; wood dres dresser,
ser, dresser, $5; Rattan table, $10; stove,
$50; RCA refrigerator, $225;
high chair, $35; floor lam, $2.
Apt 2, Casa 4-166, Calle 45,
Bella Vista. j
Struggle For Party
Control In Frarice
Cleaving Radicals
1 STRASBOURG. France, Nov. 23
(UP) A sharp struggle for par party
ty party control between Premier Felix
Gaillard and ex premier Pierre
Mendes-France trheated today to
wreck what little unity is left in
the Radical Party.
The center-left Radicals, alrea already
dy already badly split on many key issues
in French politics, seemed head headed
ed headed for further division. They meet
at their party congress 'today to
debate the Algerian question, Fel Fellow
low Fellow party members Gaillard and
Mendea bitterly disagree on the
Usue. '' ''vV-'
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It was believed that 'Me-fi3e'-France,
if he wanted to, 0 u 1 d
get the Congress rank and file to
endorse his stand on Algeria i
He is in favor of some political
concessions to Algerian national nationalists
ists nationalists and wants to take advantage
of the offer extended Thursday
by Morocco and Tunisia to medi mediate
ate mediate negotiations between the re rebels
bels rebels and the French,
But it would be an empty vic victory
tory victory since it would only 'intensify

Col. Frake To End Distinguished
Military Career After 34 Years

A distinguished military career
will formally end next week
when Col. Chester O. Frake of
Headquarters Caribbean Command
retires after more than 34 years
of service in the United States Ar
my.
In a retirement ceremony Nov
29 at Quarry Heights, which will
include a retreat review by an
honor guard from U. S. Army Ca
ribbean, Frake will receive the
Legion of Merit in recognition t)f
his exceptionally outstanding serv
ice during the past five years as
Assistant Chief of Staff J-4 on the
joint staff of the commander in
chief, Caribbean.
The citations for the award,
which in peacetime is generally
limited to recognizing services of
national or international signifi significance,
cance, significance, pays tribute to Frake' s im important
portant important role as the senior milita military
ry military member of the U. S. delega delegation
tion delegation which negotiated the. 1955
treaty between the
United States
and Panama
Recogniied js an authority an
military logistics, supply and re related
lated related matters, Frake was 'instru 'instrumental
mental 'instrumental in the planning, organi organization
zation organization and conduct of the Joint
Logistical Committee which was
established to eliminate duplica duplication
tion duplication of facilities and service Hi
the Canal Zone.
with
In the reviewing stand
Frake will be Lt. Gen. Robert M.'j
Montague, commander in ,cme
Caribbean Command.
.h rarihlwan Command staff and
u & Army Caribbean and" offi
cials and dignitaries from the Ca Canal'
nal' Canal' Zone and Panama have been
invited to attend the ceremonies

Frake came to the Canak Zone u the Army Heserye.'
in August 1952 from duty irj--the! Among FTake'i decorations, in
G-4 Division of the General iitaff addition to the Legion -oi Merit,
o" the United States Army in lare the American Defer sa Service
Washington, where he served1 far 'Medal with Foreign Service Clasp,
four years. v' ite America a Campaign Medal,
During World War II, the Col- tt Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Med Med-onel
onel Med-onel served in Alaska at execu-al with ona battle star, the Philip Philip-tive
tive Philip-tive Officer of the 37th Infantry jinsj Independence Ribbon, the
Regiment at Dutch Harbor and (World War-n Victory Medal, the
later served on Adak, Attu and 'Armed Fore A Reserve Medal with
Kiska with elements of that Begi-two Hour-Glass Devised and the
ment In 1844 he returned to the rational Defense Service MedaL
United States and served at Fort He is authorised to-weat the Ar Ar-Benning,
Benning, Ar-Benning, Ga., as executive officer my General Staff Identification
of the 4th Infantry Regiment. ?-' Badge for his service at a gener-
In 1945. Frake attain went over- il staff officer in Washintton. '

teas lor duty in the Philippines
wtiere ne served until nis assign
nent to Washington in' 1948. Dur-

liig this period he; was executive

PRrCIADO T Street He. II AfTENClAl

in I rrruiillla at FARMACM LOM
Aresemma Ave. and S3 i FARMACIA
WANTED
WANTED Vacation Quarters
desired by American couple with
references, about 1 5 December -until?
Call Balboa 2-1011.
A thorough but uontheless live
ly and fascinating account of five
of the proudest, oddest months in
any nation's history, is rettien by
Peter Fleming in "Operation bea
Lion," one of the books placed in
circulation this week by the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Library.
The most important work that
Fleming has written for many
years, the book is an examina examination
tion examination of England by Germany in
1840.
It is illustrated by numerous
photographs and cartoons of that
legendary period.
The' complete1 list of new
books
and their authors follows:
Non-Fiction The Walt lof the
Toreadors, Anouilh; Gost Ship of
the Confederacy, Boykin; V a n-
guard, Caidin; John Locke, Cran Cranston;
ston; Cranston; A Prophet in his Own Coun Country,
try, Country, Davis; Operation Sea 'Lion,
Fleming; iBariks and politics: in
America from the Revolution to
the : Civil Wfar, Hammond; Redis Rediscovering
covering Rediscovering the Church, Hunt; I ani
Happy to Present, Lyle; Portrait
of Europe, Madariaga; The A A-mazizng
mazizng A-mazizng World of John S e a mi,
Scarne; Traveler in the Wilder Wilderness,
ness, Wilderness, Summer; Bridge to the Sun,
Terasaki Prescription for Anxiety,
Weatherbead.
Plettott Th' Pink Hotel'lr-
rutins .nip lime oi uceeaDioon,
Fielding; April Jady, Heyer; Re Remember.
member. Remember. Me To God, Kaufmann;
The Flower Brum Song Lee A
Corpse for Breakfast; -Murray;
What Rough, Beast, Tr e n eh;
Coup de Grace, Yourcenar.
the split jn the National Assem Assembly
bly Assembly between Mendes-Frances and
the 12 Radical deputies who go
along with him and Gaillard and
the 30 deputies who follow his
lead.
(outer ui uic run w uuu,
Commanding Officer of the 43rd
rt- r l. ti j( .ml.
ifantry: Regiment and command-
jig ofucer of Fort Wuna)a4iciun

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sowiiiisiifini i Tlsa li if --Col.
Col. --Col. C. O. FRAKE

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A native of Red Bank,vN.J.,
Frake is a graduate of the-. Uni University
versity University of Wyoming where he re received
ceived received his original commission as
Second -Lieutenant of Infantry
He and Mrs. Frake plan to re
turn to the United States on the
USNS Gelger, tailing Saturday,

iJVo v. 30. -i

-Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
ORAWER "A." DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
SERVICES
J-minutt" car wash $K steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxine of
cere $6. Auto-Bane, Trans-Isth
mian Highway near Sears.
Thv bast dinnor. end drinks
art served in our modern air air-.
. air-. cono-itionge cafaterla grill and
bar. Hotai Internacienal "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata $ d Mayo.
Audry Rogers, recent Stateside
arrival. .20 years experience.
will mak you lovely for the holi holidays.
days. holidays. You gotta do something
about those woebegone lacks.
Xmas specials. Genell's Beauty
Shop. Ceceli Clubhouse, Navy
3812.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: CoHage near Gor Gor-gbn
gbn Gor-gbn beach. Completely furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Retirement or week-ends.
Only 50 miles from Balboa
Phona Balboa 4474.
Animal Life
ACROSS
1 Carnivorous
mammal :
8 Badgerlike
mammal
SAfed
6 Rowing f
. implements
7 Birds' hornet
Male sheep
IS Small spaces
9 Beat
14 Aramatle herh 10 fork prong
18 Important Royal Italian
metal family name
16 Doctors' (ab.) rori
17 Coins
II Consumes
18 View.
2 1 Pines
24 Buster-
, 80 Pigpen
81 Encounter porttayaa
23 Out of Tartan
( Draft x ) Dominated by
J8 Wheys, of milk (eomb. form)
JT Bulllig hter .27 Sailors
31 Sick 28 Auditory
3 Goddess of 2Ereet
infatuation 38 Young owls
84 1 Consign
33 Mine shaft hut
t Narrow mitt;
40 Coalesce V
- 41 Hops', kiln
5 42 Journalist
44 Met ''
' 46 Seines
48 Negative reply
49 Time gone by
52 Crafty
' 84 Approach
88 Performed
- 60 Over (poet.)
62 Ruit drink
, 63 Cartograph
64 Gratifies
: 6 Gull-like
birds
; -IT Simplex-.
substance
S, .DOWN
fl Value-
2 Operatte toll
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Yon press the keys of the Hammond Qrgaa aod a new
adventure begins.' Music comes alive at you play. -v usic;
. that relaxes you, refreshes you, renew vOul S :
Your family joint the fun when you hayea TlamrBomi
prgan m your home t even the youngsters rnicklycaptute ;
the beauty of -music that they plat them serves. And your
. Jriende like to risif .a ihome where they can share theiual f
of. music-making, too.; V. ..r tf t? --';..,-,;. t'. T '"
Let ns tell, yon how'eastly you fan have a Hammond, V
th-gaa 14 your lmae how quickly you can'play iu ;

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C0MPANiAALFARP;S;j;
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salesman for 'interview. Tale
phona Panama 3-4968 3-4946.
3-0834..: ,"';S-V:

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE :-Cabin Cruiser "De- -ra-K"
46 feet Yachb with two
Chrysler engines of 100 HP, ''
each. Accomodate1 ; 1 1 persons.
Completely equipped. Can be
seen at Balboa Yacht Club.
Must sell. Leaving soon. 1 1 ft.
boat W7J4' HP motor.. Ne
reasonable offer refused. Phone
Kobbe 4141.
FOR SALE: tSA $00 motor,
cyde, dismantled. Cood opportu opportunity
nity opportunity for a motorcycle mechanic
to ebatin extra part cheaply.
$75.00 2309-A, Las Crucaa Ave.
Balboa, Tel. 2-1337.
LOST i Eating at Tony's. II P.
tio, 36 I. 15, remember Teny
Friedman.
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and Challedon are -the only two
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USAF's 40,000 mph Pellets

May Aid Space-Ship Builders
WASHINGTON Nov. 23 '(UP)-r Air Forca officers said today artificial meteors may help unravel some ?of the
mvsteries confronting future space ship builders. ".v
They made the comment, in 'connection with disclosure yesterday that a number of tiny artificial meteors,
actually aluminum pellets, were blasted into the atmosphere Oct. 16 over New Mexico and .attained speeds exceeding f
40,000 mph. S
That speed was enough to drive some of the pellets into interplanetary space jWhere they undoubtedly .still
are, air officers said.
"The production of artificial' meteors should prove extremely useful as a" tool for controlled experiments in
the physics of the upper atmosphere," an Air Force statement said. 4 M ;,

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It pointed out that the first
measurements of atmospheres

density, wind and temperature

eame from studying meteors.
"ll.lann alsn trlVP US iniOriTia

- tion concerning the problems of
bringing space vehicles to earth

through tne aimospnere, .c
Statement added.
All the military services are
at work on the problem of
bringing missiles and future
space vehicles through the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere without having them
burn up.
Scientist Maurice Dubin of the
geophysics research directorate
of the Air Force Cambridge re re-oiirh
oiirh re-oiirh ppnt.er said today that

the 40,000 mph speed of the ball ballbearing
bearing ballbearing sized pellets broke
through the earth's gravitation gravitational
al gravitational pull and that they are proba proba-bliy
bliy proba-bliy being drawn into the orbit

of the sun.
The space experiment was be believed
lieved believed to be man's first penetra penetration
tion penetration into outer space.
Dubin said the experiment
"undoubtedly" paves the way
for a rocket to the moon and
"should prove very useful as a
tool for controlled experiments
in the physics of the upper at-mosDhere."

He said that only two of the
original pellets were tracked and
scientists "had no control of
what direction the pellets would
take after the explosion. It was
indicated that as many as 1000
pellets were used.
The launching was explained
this way: A 1,100 pound Aerobee
rocket in effect a three stage
rocket, carried a nose tip con containing
taining containing three "shaped charges"
of aluminum pellets and explo explosives.
sives. explosives. The Aerobee automatically
fa4 at. tlha mile rwiint

end the nose tip continued 19
more miles upwards where it ex exploded,
ploded, exploded, blasting the aluminum
pellets into space.
The blast of the "shaped
charge" was very bright-5000
times brighter than the soviet
sputniks and more brilliant than
any star in the heavens, accord according
ing according to reports from observers at
the Mt. palomar observatory
som 600 miles away.
Scientists said that most of the
"grape-shot" pellets probably
burned up within the first half half-mile
mile half-mile of flight. But at least two
of the meteorites definitely es escaped
caped escaped the earth's gravity.

Eisenhower Believes Sputniks, Rockets
Distracting People from Atoms -for -Peace

WASHINGTON. Nov. 23 (UP)

President Eisenhower said today

that Sputniks and rockets have

caused people to lose sight of the

potentials of peaceiui use oi ine

atom.

The President made the com

ment to Rep. Sterling Cole (R (R-N.Y.),
N.Y.), (R-N.Y.), new director-general of
the international atomic energy
agency.

Cole said after a farewell visit.

at the White House that the

President told him there should
be a "reawakening" to the
peaceful application of atomic
energy.
Cole said he assured the

President of his "strong deter determination"
mination" determination" to help provide the
blessings of atomic energy to
the people of all countries.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the
24 hours ending S a.m. today,
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gical Meteorological and Hvdrographie
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 85 85
Low 74 77
HUMIDITY:
High 93 92
Low 76 73
WIND:
(max. mph) N-8 NE-21
RAIN (inches) 2.32 .02
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 82
SUNDAY, NOV. 24
High Low
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Cole will resign from Congress

Dec. 1.
He told reporters he will leave
for Vienna, headquarters of the
new agency, shortly after sub submitting
mitting submitting a report to the United
Nations General Assembly early
next month.
Cole said President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower reiterated his conviction that
international coo peration in
atoms for peace will help coun countries
tries countries of the world to "get to together."
gether." together." Cole quoted the President as
saying that by working to together,
gether, together, the time may come

when fear and tension in the
world will be relaxed.

Meanwhile it was learned that
Washington believes Russia has
not begun mass producing In Intercontinental
tercontinental Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles
(ICBM) yet and is not ready to
launch a full-scale war now.
The belief here is that the
recent Syrian-Turkish crisis

data collected by a giant U.S. ra

dar system in Turkey, similar
Installations elsewhere and oth other
er other intelligence activities.
-However, the Soviet Union !s
known to have an arsenal of ac
curate short-range missiles ca-

pame or raining damage on
many allied bases if war should
break out.
It also is conceded that Rus

sia's successful Sputnik launch

ing, demonstrated its ability to
buid an intercontinental mis missile.
sile. missile. But the accuracy of such

a weapon was an unknown
quantity here.

Canal Non-US Citizens:

Retire From Active Roles r

Forty-seven non-TTS. pltlznn m-

ployes, 12 of, mem with 40 or

more years of servie with the

Canal, will be retired from active

service at the end of November

and will be placed on the disa

bility relief too. effective Dec. l.

Three of the 12. who had Dass

ed the 40-year service mark, have
accumulated 44 years of Canal ser service.
vice. service. They are Noel H.' Hawkins.

cienc in ine Maintenance Division;
Manuel Cabal, helped in the Locks

uivision;;' jonn : s. Henry, launch
seaman in the Navigation Divi Division;,
sion;, Division;, and Norton A. Lowe, public

works laborer in the Maintenance

Division;

Other employes who are retiring

witn 40 or more years of : service
are Avelino Garcia, oiler in the
Navigation Division, 40 years; Si Simeon
meon Simeon Pj Glasgow, clerk in the
Maintenance Division. 43 years :

Anival Gomez, foreman in the

Locks Division, 43 years; Jose

uuuerrez, seaman m the Naviga

tion Division. 40 years: Noel H.

Hawkins, clerk in the Mainten

ance Division, 43 years; Alver

Hill', boatswin m the Naviga

tion Division,' 40 years; Alexander

M.. Koor." nock employee in the

Terminals Divisidn : Raymond A.

fRowe, oiler in tho Dredging Divi

sion: and E noch Taylor, mason
in the Maintenance Divion, 41

years. ,!,; ,.
Two Of the employes retiring this
month are women. They are La La-vhu
vhu La-vhu E.' Kill, tdiloress at Gorgas

Hospital, who has 37 years of

service; and Antoinette Douglas,

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attendant it Corotal Hospital with

is years oi service.
This will be the last month when
the retirement list., will include

a number of employes whose re

tirement normally would haV

taken place during tb past year
but which- was deferred pending

possible action by Congress on a
Civil Service retirement plan lor

non-u.&i. cmzezn employes. s;
After this month the normal e

tirement procedures will be re?
sumed as individuals reach retire

ment ate, and the list will aver

age approsimately 15 employes

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Forest Fire Burns

Over 25,C30 Acres

In San Gabriel Mis.

AZUSA. Calif:. Nov 23 (UPV

An L-shaped forest fire, fanned
by 60-mile-an-hour winds burned
over 25,000 acres oi brushland in
the San Gabriel Mountains today,
forcing residents from their. homes
and dropping ashes on Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles 35 miles away. ;
The fire- apparently was started
by an overturned portable stove at
a' convict' road gang camp. It

raced, up San Gabriel Canyon on
a two-mile irorit toward two other

canyons in a wild, lush area de
scribed as inaccessible to firefight
ers.

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threw a real scare into the
Kremlin masters that may
have resulted, in their deciding
to pull in their' horns somewhat.

There also is evidence that
Russia has not built up its long-

range bomber forces to the point

wnere it can risk a nuclear war
until its missiles system is better

perfected. y v :

Reports reaching here Indicate
the Soviets haven't held enough
tests to have fully proved the

ICBM and put it into produc
tion.

The conclusion is based on

SACKED Those Paris design designers
ers designers will try anything, even the
impossible, like straightening
out the curves of Janet Leigh
with this sack-like sweater
dress. They didn't quite suc succeed,
ceed, succeed, as the actress proves
aboard the liner Queen Mary
which brought her and her fam family
ily family to New York from England.

A lot could be occomplished if
it were Oi eosy to orouse enthusi enthusiasm
asm enthusiasm os suspicion. mct

Hollywood Visitor
Dies Ar Son's
Home In Curundu

Mrs. Minnie Bollman. a visi

tor at the home of her son in

Curundu, died suddenly this

morning. She was 64 years old.
Mrs. Bollman. whose home is
in Hollywood, Fla., was staying
with Charles S. Bollman, a civil civilian
ian civilian employe of the Army a,t Ft.
Amador.

She was taken ill last evening
and a Gorgas doctor was sum

moned. Mrs. Bollman was dead

on arrival at the hospital.

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HIGH IN THE SADDLE Mounted oft their thoroughbred'

racing camels, these tough Bedouins prepare to move out on
patrol duty along' the borders of Jordan. Despite the modern
weapons of defense which Jordan has obtained, the Camel
Corps of its army carries on its job of guarding the bleak desert
frontier. Capable of resisting thirst and hunger almost as
well as their mounts, the "desert cowboys" claim that they can
shoot an enemy down at 400 yards while riding at a gallop.

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USAF In Pacific
Practicing For
'Brush Fire1 War
- MANILA, Nov. 23 (UP) Five
U.S. Air Force RF101 reconnais reconnaissance
sance reconnaissance jets island-hopped across the
Pacific from the United States to today
day today to take part in extensive
"brush fire" maneuvers in the Far
East. 1
The planes, aided by in-flight re refueling,
fueling, refueling, crossed from California to
the Philippines in IS hours 24 min minutes.
utes. minutes. They will join a large force
of other Air Force figbter planes
and bombers in the Far East for
operation "Mobile Zebra".
The flight and maneuvers were
designed to make the Air Force
capable of moving entire striking
forces from the United States to
the Far East within 36 hours to
take care of any small "brush
fire" wars in the Pacific area.

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manned the lines, including a
crack team of Indians from Al

buquerque, N. M. The gusty
winds hampered their efforts and
grounded aerial tankers stood by

to ny over tne smoke-capped area.
County Fire Chief Robert Hung Hunger
er Hunger said the blaze threatened for
a time last night to break through
the firelines and sweep down into
the nearby towns 'of Duart, Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, Monrovia, Sierre" iMadre,
East Pasadena and this foothill
city, But he said diminishine

winds had lessened the danger.

The gusts which hit peaks of SO
miles in hour last night, menaced
air and' 'sea traffic and caused

widespread telephone! and power

failures. Several persons were in,
jured when a DC6 hit the turbulent
area at 10,000 feet over Ontario,
Calif., but the plane made a rou routine
tine routine landing at Lea Angeles Inter
national Abv'tf-V-i'- .'-ty
Four Navy Vessels rode out the

storm in Southern California- wat waters,
ers, waters, waiting for calmer winds to

aocK. xne coast Guard said a
yacht; which sent out a distress
signal earlier, had anchored safe safely
ly safely at Santa Rosa' Island. 40 miles

southwest of Santa Barbaras

"SWEETHEART OP REPAIRMEN'V-Perky' Jeff Donnell will
be back on .the, George Gobel television, show1 as Lonesome
George's, wife but glamorized. Jeff will wear some 'fantastic": v t:
gowns as a career wife who sings. And), according to Jeff;, her
singing should bring the repairmen to homes all over tbe coun ':
try as viewers try to figure out what's wrong with their sets. t

Butcher-Killer Of Wisconsin
Sent to MepM Institution

-S 'l?B;'e Gtovk wL'saloor

dered committed to a possible life
sentence in a mental institution to today.
day. today. Authorities announced they

win aie un me women's eraves

he claims he robbed.'

Circuit Judge Herbert Bunde or

dered' the frail Bachelor farmer farmer-committed
committed farmer-committed to the Central State
Hospital for the criminally insane

at Waupun, Wis., to determine

whether he is sane enough to

stand trial.

If doctors at the hospital decide

that Gein, the self-confessed mur

derer of two women, is insane, he

probably never will leave Waupun

to stand trial for his crimes. The
decision will be made in 30 days.

If Gein. 51. is found sane, ha

will be returned to Wautoma for

trial on. charges of shooting Mrs.

Bernice Worden, 58, in her Plain-

field,- Wis:,, hardware store last
Saturday and butchering her body
in his macabre "house : of hor

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SINGLE' SPAN Carrying her shoes. -Teoriora Pa tali- Kt

"hilot,". traditional-village midwifer crosses a makeshift 'bridee

near her home in Calumpit, Philippine Islands. Teodora who A

nnos it easier to cross the single steel girder in her bare feet.
is one of J.100 "hilots" who have been trained by the VJC-:
Children's Fund and the World Health Organisation since 1954.
About one-third of an estimated 500,000 born in tht Philippines
each year are cared iorjby "hilou." 1 '

llAACP Investigates
life Sentence

For Violent Thief

MARIANNA, Fla.. Nov. 22 (UP)

A neia secretary of the NAACP

said today his group "will invest!

gate" the ease of a 1-year -old
Negro youth who was sentenced to

life imprisonment for robbing
white woman of $25.

Bob Saunders. NAACP secretary

at Tampa, would not comment

further on the investigation, but

indicated me group would nave a

report by the first of next week.
But Circuit. Judge E. C. Welch,
who sentenced young Louis Pete
said he had, not "heard anything
from the association." Welch sent sentenced
enced sentenced the Negro after he was
bound over to Circuit Court fol following
lowing following a hearing by Juvenile
Judge Robert L McCrarv Jr.

Welch said he was not compelled

Dy statute to give the life sent sentence,
ence, sentence, but he felt the merits of the
case called for the youth to be im im-orisoned
orisoned im-orisoned "for, a long time to get
his thinking straightened out."
Welch said -the boy badly "beat
up and assaulted" the woman
then tore the telephone wires out
and told her if she called the po police
lice police he :"swore to God" he wold
come back and kill her that night.
The woman is still in the hos hospital
pital hospital suffering from bruises. -.
The state attorney charged that
violence and fear figured in the

robbery.. The woman said the
youth h-oke into her home at night

and when she awoke and found

him m the room, he pounced on
her, planted his knees in her chest

and almost choked her to death.1

County officials went into a con

jference immediately after the arr

raignment ana emerged an nour
later with an announcement ; that
the- mystery of Gein's murder
farnv near Plainfield will not be,
alldwed to rest. t

. District Attorney Earl Kileen

said officials will start "Monday

dieeine- up the graves s of Plain

field, women where Gein said he

hunted -.for' skulls. mi .'.;? : .-'

The decision quieted fears in
Plainfield that there would be" no

attemot to solve the mystery sur

rounding parts of 15 female bodies

skulls; shrunken heads, death

masks, bracelets. oj human harr,
and drums, seat covers and gar

ments fashioned from women's
skin found in the filthy clutter of
Gein's farm home.

Kileen, said only vt our or five

graves" t Plainfield cemetery are
involved.' When asked how he

could explain the parts of at least

10 other bodies in Gem's home,
the district attorney answered VI
guess it's anexplainable." t
The" arraignment on charges of

first degree murder and robbery

mav be Gein's last appearance in

eourf of law. it ; toox : oniy

nine minute and the 1 140 pound

bachelor ; looked : strangely happy
throughout as if a great load had
been, taken from his mind.

He wi brought before Bunde in

handcuffs, unshaven, wearing dark
blue farmer's work clothes." u

He answered three ouestrona put

to him by Bunde with the : soft soft-spoken
spoken soft-spoken word "yes." Defense at attorney
torney attorney Williatn Belte r did most 'of

the. talking and revealed ,in pass

ing tht Gein claims he returned
some bodies to graves after he

had robbed them. (

."These are hot the acta that a

nerson in his risht mind would be
likely to commit.' Belter said. "I
ask that his sanity should be de

termined before he stands trial."

Bunde promptly ordered Gein

committed to Waupun Hospital.

Gem claims his murder career

started with the killing of Mary

wixn mat Of Mrs. Worden. H u?i

attracted to both, women becausf
they looked' like his mother, hi
said. V .,- ,
Protest of ,. villagers over th
pjapned confinement of Gein with
out trial was said to have beei
stilled after .villa ee nfficIaU rnn

ferred with the district attorney

Sheriff Arthur Schlev saH fam

ilies of the women Gein ha
confessed removing from thei;
graves will be notified.

British Laborites
Awarded $7,000 :. "fc
Iff Libel Damages

- LONDO'Nov," 23 (UP) Thf

vonaon Hign uourt toddy awardet
Aneurin IBevan and two other T,

borj Party leaders $7,000each to

aay 'in vMbel damages 1 againsta
British weekly niasazine which im

plied they drank too much whisky!

ns u ivauan ouciaiisi conven

tion in' Venice this year.v v-

JBevan, Party Secretary Marear

Phillips -and Richard i -Crossmari

charge the Spectator libeled theirt
by .saying thev .'filled theniiwtlveil

like tanks with whisky and coffee.'!

and one glass of whisky."

Humans To Be Reproduced Away From "Bodies

C h i I d re n Made Tard

NEW YORK, Nov. 23 (UP)
Dr. Hermann J. Muller, Profes Professor
sor Professor at Indiana University, pre predicted
dicted predicted today that the haphazard
natural methods of birth and
heredity that exists today will be

eliminated In; 'tne next
year. - '-

Muller said women jifQI still
give birth, but there will also be
methods of-reproduction that

laboratories, Muller said. He said

mnsind ,w'ii -reel a social obi:

, nation to bring the best possible

it human beings who only mir-l In addition to artificial insem-

ror their parents' pecullaritiea.',

Muner, a NODei prize winner in

medicine and physiology, spoke
at a lunch symposium Of noted
Scientists on the occasion of the

10O 100th anniversary of Joseph E:

Seagram and sons, Distillers.
Mailer said the female repA-

ductlve cycle "will JC brought

under control, the sex or unborn

children will be prescribed at

eonc.entlnn and mnltlDle birth

will be produced at will. It will
be poislble, he said, to foreorder

human into 'the world instead. Identical or Xratexnal twins.

Inatlon, using the sperm of eel

ected Individuals of high per-J

sonai ana intellectual traits, re reproduction"
production" reproduction" completely detached
from the human body was pro prophesied
phesied prophesied by Muller. This win be

made possible by cecreaslng the
ovum and sperms of outstanding
Individuals. . j. -,
"From these reproductive cells.

perhaps from parents long dead,
scientists will produce In the lab laboratory
oratory laboratory children of predictable
heritagewho can be reared with without
out without the prejudices of Immediate

narental Influence." he said.

Teople of proven worth; will

thus be allowed increased nam

bers of descendants." he said.

Muller also described the pos

sibility of laboratory paxtheno.

genesis conception and, birth

witnout the use oi tne maie

sperm as has already been ac
compllshed In female frogs. He

said this- eliminated the random

choice of characteristics from
two individuals and would Im Improve
prove Improve the race. .' 1

"These are genetle sputniks,"

he said. "But I think the world

will have to be a unified commu community
nity community by the time these 'predic 'predictions
tions 'predictions become a reality. For lf
one nation could put these de developments
velopments developments to use, It could raise
its citizens to such a high level
of capability In several decades
as to make it self-invincible.'
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In-100 years, living things of
the simplest types will be pro-,
duced in laboratories from inan inanimate
imate inanimate materials, he said. Scien

tists will then -work up thel
scale" toward more complex Hv-I
ins? structure. :

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