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

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

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S3rd TEAR!
' PANAMA, R.1 'WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1957
FIVE CENTS.
UNITED FUND
EDGES PAST:

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$100,000

Contributions to the Canal
,Zdne United Fund lasV night
reached over the $M0 thousand

mark as the drive in its last (lays
gathered speed. -,
Donations tqtaUn $102,584.17

were recorded at, ine central
United Fund headquarters,
bringing the drive to within 7?-5

The breakdown of contribu
tlonx was as follows;' ; v

Army .... r,..V-:-$20,753.91
Navy ... .... 7,080.92

Air Force.;!;. .'. ;t. .W 9,67022

Panama Canal CoVCt
" nal Zone Govt.;..... 53,834.00
Special Gifts .... . 15,255.12

A TOTAL... . J102.594.17

Fund officials, confident of ul

timate success, are looking to toward
ward toward the end-of-month paydays
fot the biggest surge. ; y
.In addition to the paydays, a
telethon, ow both CFN televi television
sion television and radio starting Friday
noon is planned as an end-of-drive
show to promote success'
Jul completion of the first
,United Fund campaign hert, -.
Fuerza y Luz Co.

Says No More
Power Blackouts

Lawmakers Get Both
Official, Employe

No more power blackouts in Pa Panama
nama Panama City will he v necessary if

residents continue to cooperate as

they are now dome, a spokesman

for -the Fueraa -y'Xuz Company

said today, ,
Meanwhile, the firm: which had

enforced blackouts- for- the'-1 a s t

two weeks due. to a damaged gen
eratorf ontinu'ei to buy electricl

- tyTjrom tthe Panahia canal- Com
pany atrthe rate of about $600
day, l v ,

L- "We 'weu1tf"buy mote -w' if they

r lac u to sell, be ammfeptrcu

TnefD0kesman awo Lm))t.v that

wiTth Caused ihev damage toHhe

' generator; will 'be jreoaireA, at the

Cristobal i industrjai Bureau 5 ma

Tbe ,424on urbiui .Wilt be sent
' over by truck to Cnstobat on Fri-

day. Jlepairs- should be completed
sometime, next week

According to the Fuerza-y Luz

SDokesman; there was no lathe in

Panama big enough to handle rer

pairs on this Heavy piece ot ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. For this reason, the y
were forced to seek, assistance

from the Panama Canal.

A specialist from the Swiss fac

tory that manufactured the aam
aged generator arrived last night
to supervise repairs. The manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer has promised to air-express
the necessary parts on Nov,; 30.
Preliminary .'work -meanwhile will
be done on the turbine in the ma machine
chine machine shop, the spokesman explain explained.
ed. explained. an(i when the .''parts arrive,
thp" will be. sent' ever to. Cristo Cristo-baV
baV Cristo-baV .Concerning the reoperation of
residents in curtailing' the use of
electricity in their homes, he said
"it has been so-v good, that we
may, not need to have any more
interruptions. j 1
He was quick to add that should
the load go up, they, will be forc forced
ed forced again to go back t, to partial
blackouts. ;
A"It all depends on thei people,"
lie added. -

Should they have to cu power
again in the city, he said, t h t y
wiU use the same rotating sched schedule
ule schedule as was used before in turnmg
off the city's major eircults at the
same times which they were dim dimmed
med dimmed before. e

.'. In two-day public-hearings held by a Congressional

subcommines on r-ersonn! Matters In the Cs-nal tw9f'
four members of the investigating irroup heard the views

of .four labor unions, a civic organization and spokesmen
for; other, employes.? .,3.''

.The House Post Office and Civil Service subcom

mittee met at the Balboa Theatre to consider, Bill HR 6708,

covering wage scales and retirement. This, is the last

piece of legislation still pending in Congress to carry out

the provisions of the 1955 Panama-US .treaty.

, Meanwhile, many Canal Zone High School students

Who attended the hearings had a chance to see "how

Congress works." '

Red Chinese Say

i-Powered Ari?Iaije

TwieiJBySovieis;
' LONDON. Nov, 27 (UP) Com-
muntst Chinese newspapers pub

lished a report xoday that an
: "atomic-powered, i aircraft has
r been successfully tested in the

tsoviet union," tA-vv ;
The dispatch, ; broadcast by
Pleplng Radio and attributed to
the ; Soviet -magazine "Young
Technician,? gave no details of
the-type of test or the type of
plane. ,, : ,-
Peipihg quoted the Soviet re-
( port as saying Russian scientists
have broken through the barrier
of shielding an airborne atomic
' reactor wtihout weighing down a
plane. .-. J- L.

The wording of the Pelping

oispatcn .ten some doubt aa to

'whether ; it preferred to actual
night testa fit merely, to theore theoretical
tical theoretical work. t w

;"An atomic powered aircraft

has been successfully tested in
the Soviet Union," the Peiping
report said. "This was revealed
In an article toy Colonel Valva Valva-Jov
Jov Valva-Jov in the Soviet magazine Younr

Vchnlcian an.d widely reported of Understandings Reached as ra

-fau japing papera loday, v 'tued by the Senate. This. .. was
v '- 4 v ..

Today some of them comment

ed mat they were "verv Inter

ested" In the. proceedings; but

many were bored. ..
- One young fellow even fell a

sleep and dozed a 0 u n dly

tnrougnout the afternoon ses

sion yesterday.

A lew young high school stu

dents complained t hat the
acoustics were poor. They also

said witnesses didn't speak ''loud
enough."
"All I got out of it was a JUm JUm-ble
ble JUm-ble of numbers beginning with
HR, 6708," a blonde youth com commented
mented commented with a yawn.
- "I liked it," said a bright-eyed
brunette todav, "Of course, I

had heard a lot .about what was

going to happen from my folks

ana 1 could follow lt-easiiy.": :

until iiik fity'i- OUIIUVI-
' English class agreed that al
r though they had seen eongres eongres-,
, eongres-, sional fteoftJios on television,
-"it 'was- much better first firsthand."
hand." firsthand."

"You"reallv get a feeline of

taking; nart. of beine there when

something is happening," they

said.

Yesterday's closing' session at

tne nearmes lasted irom 10 a.m

until 1:35 p.m.

Last witness to aDDear wa?

kKenneth Haughton. who offered

written testimonv nresented by

the American Legion, which can

ed for an amendment to spell out

tnat tne proposed legislation

"shall not be construed to amend

or modify the Veterans' prefer preference
ence preference Act of 1944 as amended."

All of the employe reoresenta-

tlves took issue with the pro proposed
posed proposed single wage scale plan for

U.S. and non-u.s. citizens as ber

ing "unfair" and '"discriminato

ry, and indicated ; that they
would prefer ttf put the decision
of pay and wage raises in the
hands of Congress instead of the

Canal administration. 1

To save the committee time.

many of Hhe witnesses, such as

E. W. Hatchett, president of the
Central Labor Union and Metal

Trades Councilrand Louis S. Da

miani, Its legislative representa representa-tive
tive representa-tive spoke briefly,, referring the

committee to their previous tes-
timony..,A ''

' Also appearing were Mrs.
Mary 1 Rose, chairman of the
economic, security '.committee
of the Isthmian Nurses Asso Asso-elation,.
elation,. Asso-elation,. Robert C. Daniel who
spoke for the Order of Railway
Conductors' Division 490.
One witness who appeared yes yesterday
terday yesterday just before the hearings
were concluded was J. V? D. Col Collins,
lins, Collins, presidents the U.S.- Citi

zens Association.
Collina. and the USCA coun counsel
sel counsel LaVern R. Dilweg voiced out outspoken
spoken outspoken opposition to the manner
in which' it Is proposed to en enforce
force enforce the UJ3,- treaty commitments.-,
" -., i
v In- hit statement Collins took
'a stand against, removing -Zen
ffne I r m tha prfe
tien of th Classification Act:
Ho objected to ',voting .In a
handful of men obstut author authority
ity authority to firt compontotion," noting
also that tho administration plan
would "dprivo omDlovos of tho

ctatutory rights of appear' t
, tho CSC. V 7'

' Collins Pointed out that 'the

Memorandum f. Understandings

says there will be added to the

base pay" or U j ens "an in

crement representing an oventeas
differential plusan allowance for

those elements suefc as faxes. ;
He continued: The administra administration's
tion's administration's proposal "does not confirm
to his wording, but is in direct
opposition to it by sUint the tax
factor first, then addin the o o-verseas
verseas o-verseas diferentiak"
"We submit that the proposal O
this Association is mnch more in
conformity witht he text and spir

it of the Treaty and Memorandum

Madden Lc!(e. Up
'OverTlieDaiii

Gatun OK,

,. f ,f '''i-
Maddan Uko re t Iff max maximum
imum maximum height of 150 foot at 12.01
a.m. yoitorday in for the first
timo sine last Jan. 4 ; thoro -waa :
f rat flow of wata ovor tho o'rum
fates at Maddan Spillway.
At rha sama tlma, tfco Gaton
take rosa to a height 88-04 feet.

US5 Cbngism

Air Over Isthmus

The annuai pilgrimage of XfS

Congressmen' which" hits our
shores, every year about -this time

began swarming over tne, istn

mus this week.

Everywhere Vone looks there

are Washington lawmakers com

ing, eolng or lust about gone.

With one condensed congres

sional hearine over, another two

day probe is scheduled to start

next weeK

Three of the legislators from
the House Post Office and Civil

Service subcommittee, which

completed a two-day session yes

terdav on treaty legislation, leit

tne istnmus tms morning.

The remaining .Congressman

Ren. David S, Dennlson, wr. (R

Ohio) set out this morning on 1

flshinsr trip, and expects to re

main here until the; end of the

week. ? 4

JhtatlngwiUHie csndbc T:

J. W, D. COLLINS

negotiated and drafted by profes

sional ; treaty makers in the De

partment of State and I ssum t

that they knew. what, thev w r e

ooing when they used the lan

guage above cited. & id the

ienate when they ratified, it.

' "Now, tho sama Department
of State and other Deparrmont
elf tho Executive Branch ar at attempting
tempting attempting -t change the-, letter
and spirit f th Treaty w 1 1 h
the excuse- 4ht it is tho only
way in which they can comply
with the contractual obligations
of the United States, of Ameri America
ca America with the Republic of Pana

ma, : -'.

"Under the proposed law as

written, a hypothetical G X
would be affected ts follows: The
present situation, Washington

bas'a $4,000 plus 5 per cent dif-4

t A 1 1 4 AAA It V ?A J rl A I

icrenuai, ai.uuu; uie unuea oiaies

citizezn pay-then is 15,000. The sit

uation as it will be under propos

ed legislation, the Canal zone
base, $3,600; tax factor $400;
Washington base, tt.ooo, olus 25
per-cent differential, $1,000, the
United States citizen Canal Zone
pay,' $5,000. It will be noted that
although the United Sates citizens'
pay will not be reduced, the Ca

nal Zone base tor any given GS-

graae will be lowered, which vio

lates the equal pay for equal

worK mens. .

Mo.) who is chairman, of the

Panama Canal Subcommittee
of the House Merchant Marine
and Fisheries Committee. v
. This group Is expected te ar

rive in Cristobal tomorrow on
board the Panama liner Aflcon

from New York

"A full schedule of activities,

including public hearings start

ing next Monday on matters of

vital interest to the canal ad

ministration .and government
employes, has been Jined up for

tnis,, suDcommittee. ;

Congressional members ex

pected on this trip Include Reps.
Alfred E. Santangelo,' (N.Y.):

John J. Allen. Jr.. (Cal.): L.

Mendel Rivers,' (S.C.)? Timothy
P. Sheehan, (Ill.)j William. S.
Mallliard. (Cal.) : Vincent J. Del-

lay,; (N.Y.J; Robert J,; Mcintosh,

(Mich.): Edward J. HRObeson.

Jr., (Va.) ; and Frank W. Boyfcin,

(Ala.). All are not members of

the Panama Canal Subcommittee

but the entire group will be In
the "Zone on that Subcommittee's

business. r '-

1
Hearings will be held Mon Monday
day Monday and Tuesday at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Theater.

ignation

Speculation
Widespread

WASHINGTON, Nov. 27 (UP)

-.There was widespread specula speculation
tion speculation today that President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower might consider resigning
his Job to -Vice-President Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon if he feels he can
no longer ; perform .his duties
adequately, i

As a result of the President's

third alarming illness in 26
months, there already have been

some suggestions tnat ne retire.

it Rep. Paul c. Jones (D-mo.)

said he thought the President
should steD down but only if "he

finds he is not in a position to

exercise his lull lacuities.
. Nixon himself rejected sug sug-'
' sug-' gestions that the president re resign,
sign, resign, saying- "there is no rea reason
son reason for the' President to step
aside." Be I expressed confi confidence
dence confidence in the President's ulti ultimate
mate ultimate recovery and said the
'. Chief Executive is capable
right now of making necessary
major decisions;

Not lust the United States but

the world, was concerned. ,'

Two London newspapers, the

Daily Express and the News

Chronicle, said the president s

illness indicated he will resign.

A third London paper, the Eve

ning News, said a decision "can

not be delayed for long.",

Roscoe Drummond. veteran po

litical analyst of the New Yorlc

Herald Tribune, said flatly tnat
th -president is prepared to

Signs 12

Talks

Minor Documents,

Upcoming Business

WASHINGTON, Nov. 27 (UP) President Eisenhower's ph'yst
cians gave him permisison this morning to sign 12 relatively minor doe-
uments and confer on pending White House business, the White Hous

announced.

The announcement came a few hours after a medical bulletin said
the President awoke refreshed, hoSvered and shaved and had a "normal

breakfast,"
The Chief Executive during the morning spent a a-bout
bout a-bout 30 minutes in conference with Brig. Gen. Andrew J.

Goodpaster, the White House ktaff,secretary signing of official
ficial official papers and discussing what press secretary James
C Hogarty described simply as "White House business."

Hagerty said after the brief business session in the

president's second floor bedroom that, in his opinion, ma ma-ior
ior ma-ior decisions could be put ud to the President.

Haaertv said, however, that Eisenhower's physicians

- '. .' i i I f n J- i

would have to determine now mucn worn, rne rresiaen

undeitakes.

x

ej. J,eonor K. Sullivan, j ip .. -hiii h Imnalred rivnn

his latest 'Illness has impaired

hi ability to do hW job.t

ISrummond emphasized that

this does not mean the President

now expects -to have to resign or

that there is anv reason to Ques

tion- the declaration Of his phy physicians
sicians physicians that the outlook is ex excellent
cellent excellent for his complete recovery

"within a reasonable period of

time." ,..

Moving an to rethramant,'
Collins said "tha USCA andors andors-s
s andors-s this ratiramant prevision, but
suggests that the Company-Government's
contribution to t h
retirement fund bt paid from
non -roimbursablo appropriated
funds, as do the catttributions
of tho Armed Sorvicaa on tho
Canal Zona for thair employes.
This has boon a matter, of con considerable
siderable considerable corrtontioa horo.'" !,

Meanwhile, officials who are

homeward-bound include: Rob Robert
ert Robert D. King, deputy Assistant
Secretary of the Army; and three
Congressmen who are among the

45 passengers expected to sail

from Cristobal Saturday aboard

the Panama liner Ancon.

Enjinscr's Body

Fcand floating

car Pier 14 Balboa
' -41 i, f '

The body of a man found float

ing in the water near Pier 14 m

Balboa was identified today as
that; of a Norwegian. Birger An An-finsenj.
finsenj. An-finsenj. who- had been missing

from is ship since Saturday.

Police report that the bod y'

waii identified today as that of

the 38-year-old second engineer off
the. Orkanger, wheh Was tied up

at the same location -where the
body surfaced yesterday.

Hagerty said he, and Snyder

visited v the President brteny
shortly after he arose and were

Joined by Mrs. Eisenhower.'
Keeping a vigil over the Presi President
dent President throughout the night were

Col. Walter r: Tkacn, assistant

White House physician and
Cant. Lorene -Miller. an ? Army

nur.

cen

se.from waiter Keep meuicai

ply means there hks been an in

terruption of the blood flow to
part of the brain'. AU such Inter Interruptions,
ruptions, Interruptions, they said, fall Into the

meoicai .category or -cereoro

vascular accidents'

Brftin cells, even more ; than

other part? of the body, require

a constant now of oiooo in or

der to function properly,

Nixon arrived at the White House

.at i.T4n.- a.m. ror conierences

"leplslative matters." A

Asked if he might attend the
NATO meeting' in Paris. Nixon

said the "character" of the meet
ing is still under discission. 1
nlv lf It is decided to con-

Untie ,on, a heads of government

oasis, ne saia, wouia ine Ques Question
tion Question arise of the President nav nav-insr
insr nav-insr a personal representative

there beside Secretary of State
Dunes."

King, who is accompanied by

his wile, has been spending the
past week on the Isthmus on

official business.

Congressmen sailing on this

ship are Reps. David 8. Denni Denni-son,
son, Denni-son, (Ohio); Lawrence H. Smith,

(WU.t: and j. Arthur younger.

(Cal.); accompanied by their

wives.. '- ', 1

No circumstances surrounding
the drowning were available.,.
. According to : Arne Hauge of C.
B. Fenton Company.v agents i for

the vessel, h radioed the ship's

master to -equest. fingerprints and

other informatiou relative to the

missim man.

The I p sailed Sunday for Aru-

ba, ana was not, expected to re

turn to the Canhl Zone, the agent
u ...

.The body was first spotted in
the water .yesterday afternoon by
Ricardo Lasso, n operator for
the .Panama Canal launch Star
Fish.. He .informed police who
'elped' him remove the body
from the water and transfer it to

the morgue.

A coroner's investigation is con

tinuing in the case. V

Potter Goes Into Huddle With Wales Oyer Probable;

n fereaees eorrentiv '. in
J progress between Got. W. E.
Potter and Rear A dm. George
H. Wales Buy permit the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company Canal
Zone Government to occupy
housing units and other facil facilities
ities facilities at the TJ.S. Naval Station,
Coco Solo In She immediate
fatnr. ,: ; :. t ,. ;..
This was announced simml simml-'Uneousty
'Uneousty simml-'Uneousty today at Balboa
Heights and Headnartera, lit lit-terath
terath lit-terath Naval District.
The joint announcement eon-,
firmed two stories published
last week reporting that Coco
Solo night become a Panama
Canal Company towm more

than half the site of Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita.
Margarita fa a town of 460
anita. Unofficially It Ik ander ander-stood
stood ander-stood that ZtZ hoosing units at :
Coco Solo are ander dhcosaion.

They eonld largely take the

-v.-

said last weekltbaA ems ef the
problems involved tn the dis discussions
cussions discussions Is the question of a
structure to replace tho pres present
ent present Cristobal High- School
-building. i

Atlantic staers say onorncia

place of the New Cristobal ,1T that eonsideration. is keinr

qnarters which are to be trans- given to setting up -the high
f erred to Panama ander the school temporarily In former
1155 Panama United States' barracks at Core Solo antU a
Treaty. new High School is baUt. v

Atlantic alders are reported

to feel that wiih it swimming

pool, gymnasium, theater and
other facilities, Coco Solo could ;

presently teceme the best place
to live on their side ef the
Isthma.
V- A Balboa Heights spokesman

Unofficially it was foreseen
that it an arrangement Is
completed, the United States

might be able to withdraw
front the New Cristobal area
considerably la advance of previously-hoped-for
ached ales,

He said he may sit in, if nec

essary, at today's White House
meeting between Dulles and King
Mohammed V ot Morocco.
He said he did not plan to see

the President since "there is

nothing to refer to the Presi

dent at this time."
Hagerty said the President's
slight speech impairment that
'resulted from the cerebral clot
was noticeable only when the
Chief Executive tried to pro pronounce
nounce pronounce a long word. Hagerty
said the President laughed a a-bout
bout a-bout it when he occasionally
tripped upon a difficult word.
Asked If there were any im

pairment of memory, Hagerty
said he saw no slens of any. He

said the Chief Executive- talked
with him about old friends whom
Hagerty had seen on his trip to
Paris.

Haeertv had been In Paris

checking on arrangements for

next month's summit meeting of

the North Atlantic Treaty or organization
ganization organization which Eisenhower

had planned to attend. Hagerty
arrived back In Washington last

nieht.

Eisenhower has suffered what
doctors cenerally call a "minor

cerebrovascular accident." In
. layman's language that's a
mild stroke.
' Medical authorities agreed to today
day today his chances for complete re recovery
covery recovery are excellent. They said
it Is quite llkelv his only symp-tom--a
slight difficulty' in speak

ing will clear up within a weeK
or two leaving no permanent

aiter-effects.

The chief cause for concern

In a mild stroke is that some

times it may be followed rather

quickly by a more severe -.. one.
Thia usually does not happen. It
is the exception rather than the
rule.
Bat In the words of one not noted
ed noted cardiologist it is a "distinct
possibility" which only time
can rule oat
The consensus was that the

next two or three days will be

important In clarifying the prob probable
able probable pattern of the President's

Illness.

Physicians a 1 1 ending the
president have avoided tho
word "stroke la describing
the President's condition, pos possibly
sibly possibly because of the scary eon eon-potation
potation eon-potation It has to many.
The official-diagnosis given in

White House medical bulletins

waa "an occlusion of a small

branch of a cerebral vessei.",

Outside doctors said this tlm-

nous -one-ienin oi an aeams

are attributed to eerebrdvaScu

lar accidents. But the majority

of people who suffer strokes

survive.

The National Heart Institute

estimates there are more than
two million beople living in the

united States today who have

had "strokes.

The seriousness of a stroke

depends on what causes the in

terruption of blood flow, how

long it lasts and; what area of

the brain is affected.

The worst kind of cerebrovas

cular accident is .the rupture of

a blood vessel which produces

hemorrhage in the brain. That
is what, killed President Frank

lin D. Roosevelt in 1945.

White House physicians said
last night, after extensive neu

rological examinations, that

President Elsenhower had not

suffered a hemorrhage.

.The' official medical bulletin

described the President's condi condition
tion condition as "an occlusion." This
means a' blood vessel was block

ed;

There are three kinds of oc

clusions.

One is caused by a blood clot

forming in an artery of the

brain. This Is called a cerebral

thrombosis.

Another is caused by a blood

clot, from the heart or some

other organ, being pumped to

the brain where it becomes lodg

ed in an artery, blocking the

flow. This is called an embolism.
The mildest kind of stroke,
which some authorities believe
the President suffered Mon Monday,
day, Monday, results from a nervous
spasm which temporarily con constricts
stricts constricts an artery in the brain.
This is called ischemia.
If the spasm is of short du duration
ration duration and does not recur,
there may be no permanent
damage to the brain cells.
Neurologists can usually tell

from a patient's symptoms how

large an area of the brain has
been deprived of blood. A throm

bosis or embolism on the right

side of the brain usually would
be accompanied by paralysis of

the iett arm or leg, or both.
If the stroke Is serious the pa

tient Is likely to be unconscious,
to lose all sensory perception in

the extremities and to sutler

nausea, vomiting" and convul convulsions.

Eisenhower had none of these

symptoms. His only symptom was

what doctors call aphasia, a dll-

ncuity in spealdng.

This indicated to physicians
the affected artery was a small
ope on the left sido and near
the surface of the brain, since
this Is the area that controls
speech In jl right-handed per person
son person like the President.
The fact that the President's
difficulty in speaking Improved
noticeably during the first 24
hours indicated the stoppage pf
blwt flrn waa?tranxif.nrv" and

may have been caused by al Mrs., ftarel

spasm or a small t&rombosu. J

Mamie Keeps
Bedside Vigil
By President

WASHINGTON, Nov. 27 (.UP)-.
Mrs.' Mamie Eisenhower, a prev-'
en soldier in her own rrght, .stay .stayed
ed .stayed near the President's-side today
through the third such, personal
oiJeal she has undergone in two
years.-
,With her telephone turned off'
and the White House staff intrud-.
ing as little as possibles? the-.M
year-ol First Lady maintained her

wueiy post in the subdued second
floor suite where the President

Just as in 1955 when he suffer
ed a heart attack and again ia
1956 when he underwent an inves inves-tinal
tinal inves-tinal operation, she was cloa -to

his -bedside most, of the day and

nigiu. . ,

One variation this time waa tha

fact that, knowing the President's
condition, she managed to hostess
a state dinner for the King of
Morocco Monday night with few

of the guests able, to detect she
knew tlye President suffered more

than the announced chili."

Vice President Richard k. Nix-

on, who sat next to the First La-,
dy at the state dinner, said ha'
detected a "strain." But he do-,
scribed her performance as One
of the most I'eourageous" ha had
ever seen.

Other guests, said the First ta-

dydid not seem "particularly con.

cerned" v an apparent tribute in
view of yesterday'-) public an

nouncement that the "chill" was

connected with a cerebral attack.
She did not leave her attests an.'

til the usual time of about 11.

p.m. i

CZ Judge Declares

Owner In Default

h Suif By 'Crew'
A British couple who was thi

entire crew aboard the 60-f t

yacht, Wapi. are now living
aboard the vessel, anchored off
Pier 18 in Balboa awaitine court'

action.

The couple, Capt. and Mrs.
Clement Sarel, is suing the own-i

er of the ship. John Weather
sooon of Sydney, Australia, for

$2600 in back wages they claim

are due them.

Today Judge Guthrie F. Crowe
declared the owner in default.
The ordering of the sale of the

ves."-' is the next step In the; 11-
tigatlon. "- V
The Wapi has been under at-J
tachment since Oct. 18 during
which time the skipper and his
wife, Margerie. have been living
aboard the ship as its custodi custodians.
ans. custodians.
The vacht came across tho AU

lan tic from Southampton, orlgi- -naily
bound for Australia, where

me owner was waiunf .;,

- ."; .-??
But the couple refused ia eon-.

tinue On the trip unless they

were paid wages they claim due
Uitin since the voyage began.

Today the tall, fair-haired.

skipper said that he had not re
ceived any pay since he left Kng-.

land, and that he did not want

tn rnntinn th trtn -nntil aome

money waa forthcoming from

the owner.- --" -- -

va-listed as the-

ihlp'e took 4 ; .

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THE MAIL BOX

CANAL'S UNITED FUND CONTRIBUTION?

- m rtHF maU. this mornine. we received a forDft letter from

imiir Rrwhiai Qifta Committee chairman T. E. Oglefeby. remind'

lng vu thatthe united Fund U looking lorward dn receiving a
contribution Irom u.
We will irladly contribute If the Panama ; .Canal Company

- contributes to the United Campaign, one day'a pront or the pan pan-lamii
lamii pan-lamii f!nai Company's commissaries, service centers, gasoline

'stations, and if General Hlghtower will have the Army sales

store, post exchanges and Navy exchanges do likewise.
The Panama Canal and the military are the big business on
the isthmus. They are the ones who make it rough on us and
iyet whenever there is a drive in the Canal Zone, the merchants
or Panama are flooded with requests, it is an ad lor this, a
donation, for that, and this goes on all year around. And yet
"the big business in the Canal. Zone does not contribute one pen pen-"fiy
"fiy pen-"fiy to any of these so called worthy projects. It is high time
rthat this, bleeding cease.
" If the 'United Fund is all Governor Potter claims It to be,

then hia commissaries, post exenanges, dub houses, should plow
back into the Canal zone community, some of their profits as
I ha expects the merchants of Panama to do. As it is, he operates
a one-way street. He rakes in the cod cash, but does not release
any of the profits for the welfare of the community.
" If the United States Government agencies see fit to go into
' competitive commercial business, than by the same token, such
I commercial enterprises should be prepared to accept all the con con-'
' con-' ditions to which all business houses, big or small are subjected.
' I have no oualms about the fact that the commys and PX's

i exist, that is Gov-. Potter's privilege. But when he exclude hlm-

' self and bothers his business competitors, then it is different.

i Ha will receive a contribution from me if I see in the press

' that the Panama Canal' Company and Post exchanges have made
! their contribution. And please, not the excuse that the United

States government cannot contribute. If there is a will, there

' Is a way, and he will find that way if he so desires.
A Merchant Who is Getting Tired of Uelng Bled

Sir:

BRATS PLAT BALL IN MORGAN AVENUE

7 Isnt it about time these new safety brooms put through an
i ordinance forbidding Canal Zone children to play in the street?

Yesterday afternoon I turned into Morgan Avenue from, is

it Carr street that runs past the school.
Some 40 or 50 feet from the corner a group of big children
Ytnra ai( rrirla hftrt. ftrcrrfntirAd a trama nslnor fho afrsst. aa a

' play court. They were tossing a large ban, with some triangular
decoration, back and forth from one side of the street to the

, other. Harmless kind of play, and nice looking kids.
But those youngsters were encroaching pn my rights as'a

! motorist to nave iree access or tnis street, naturajiy i slowed
down I was below the speed limit anyway and they politely
: Hriw Viaolr a hit Thara nrac nn AnMrfant. nr nOor oorMan

But suppose I had hit one of these encroachers distress for
everybody.
Morgan Avenue Is not a slum where kids have "nowhere to
. ftlay." There are lawns In every direction, and on an afternoon
) When It has rained, as it had yesterday, the driveways are all
paved, likewise the open spots under many houses. And Isn't
i there a playground close by?

) Parents spoken to about letting their children play In the

streets, taxe a very iacxaaaisicai view until one or the kids

ffets hit.
Why not a little campaign, Mr. Safety man, Mr. Police, against

parents who let Rids piay in canal zone streets. And that goes

lor au streets, Dusy ana unDusy.
Civic councils, does this Interest you? How about It PTAs?
Render to Caesar

By ROBERT C. RUARK

In this wonderful if lightly pix-

uiaiea w o r i a or ours a lew
bright mots remain, and vou can

generally find them in advertis

ing.

I lust received a tear sheet of

tome strawberries advertising in

which the color had been impreg

nated with strawberry flavor, and

can only hope that the boiled-cab

bage boys don't follow the trend.

Other people may liave Mickey

Manila or John Foatar Dullee for

haroefc but I worship at ttoi

shrine of the Baron Wrangal,

whasa b ackpetched ye has sold

more shirt than I like to think

about. And, ef eouree, Command
or Whitehead of tha luxuriant

beaver, who has managed to

mak ma feel like a traitor If

I dare anything othor than the

beverages ha hustles.

And now I have another hero.

He is a stern visaeed English

man with a good bushy moustache
whose name is Alber Dimes. Dimes
is a tea taster, and he. comes

to you these days in florious tech'

nicolor in some of the better

magazines,

The copy savs. in part: "He

can tell you the daily temperature

in Sumatra. He knows the soil
conditions in every district of

Darjeeling. He keeps a knowing

eye on the poutrcs of Ceylon.,

Dimes studies the bouquet. The

body. The pungency. He may taste

as many as six nunorea lamereai)

teas a day.:."

Which makes a chaining play

let, I believe, which we will call

So Lone. OolonK.'. (Dramatic Per-

sonae: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dimes

supposing there is a Missus Dimes.

Scene: 'Breakfast at the Dimes

menage.)

Mrs. D: "Morning, ducks. Sleep

well?"

Mr. D.: "No. Something's rotten

in the state of Kandaloy. I can't

just put my fingur on it, but I
kept dreaming I had tea leaves
as big as banana leaves stuck in

my teeth all aieht. 1 ou don't sup

pose .that cad,. Carruthers-Lipton,

is underwriting another revolu revolution,
tion, revolution, do you?"

your egg. You've Just been wont wonting
ing wonting too hard, sweetie."

Mr. D.; i' Me? Working too

Walter Wmchell In Mew York

BROADWAY ROCKETS

Blr:

POLICE AND PRECEPTS

"Jailbird" (Mall Box. Nov. 19 should not worrv about, thus

Dttlnor traffic warnings. The Jerk policeman has got to do some-

irang to xeep awaite or tne cmer win get on him. I myself nave
gotten the same kind of guff, but am not loslnz anv sleen over It.

What burns me up Is that when the same Jerk policeman is

rar auty ana driving around ne disobeys each and every traffic
regulation In the book, if you or I told him about it you know

. wnat ne wouio say to us.
I Just Another Victim

Bin

BENEDICTION

it

Sunday afternoon my daughter and I went to Church. Com Com-toa;
toa; Com-toa; out of the church, I heard someone say, "You should be a a-ahamed
ahamed a-ahamed of yourself, taking away the seat from a woman and
; two children." i did not know who she was talking to. Then
aha said, "I am talking to you."
' Surprised, I said. "I am sorry. I did not realize I was tak taking
ing taking anyone's seat as I would not do anything like that." The
'fishwife did not accpt my apology. Even the sad sack man
she was with had somethng to say.
If X had known that woman had also attacked mv dauehter

witn her fishwife's mouth the poeketbook I raised to hit her

wnn wouia reauy nave oone its worx. And I would gladly have
paid whatever I had to.
. MttT 1 F0' n0rae 1 kept thinking that perhaps she had mis
! taken her direction In arriving at church instead of at the mar market,
ket, market, wham arlA hlnn r tnf. Vnnn iu-l

' Zj. it 7 - w toi, uuv x wibi uic vour brekiters iuv. xou u im
' t time she picks on me it will not be In a church. She should f.te taki Is there any
21?'2.la,l mav aAh 1 hrtaP- My man can make Sing else you'd Mfce?"

. me vi uuu. jl wui us iu we iumaiy I HQS. J.
Waiting

Bing Crosby's walkout on the

ni 11M TV TWrtol (fnl tha

sponsor who dropped Bob Hope)
will bring a million $ suit, front

hard? I only pasted 475 different told the world only a few months
brands yesterday, you call that ag0. .j probably loved Roberto
work In Grandfather's time, he fmm tha r.t tiMa r o hit

thought nothing of knocking off pictures, i felt as though I had
a thousand noggins a day,, seven known him for years. He was

aays a weex. a.v to talk to and interestine

Mrs. D soothingly: "Yes, yes, tn fiatun tn. Mnst M all ha wax

aarung, i anow. ne manes moa-iaijve gnd he made me feel alive"
era tea-tasters look anemic." ...Kim Novak is dotoff tha Intel-

Mr. D.: "Oh, so now I'm amenic, hectui bit. Reading scads of books

km I? Who : buys your mmks? h.r. favorite is Wnlfa'a "Yftuf Caii

Grandfather? Did Grandfather e- not Go Home Again"...JulieLon-

yet get hisplcture on a fuU-page, don's"' dachshunds art named' Jose
full-color advertisement? Did and Rosemary ...Gisele MacKenaie's
Grandfather ever run around with anaoDer when a fan asked her:

Commander Whitehead and Baron

Wransel I ask you!"

Mrs. D.: 'Now, now." (Brightly
changing the subject) 'How's the

political situation in Ceylon? Any

thing ne down there? ,
Mr. D. How the hall would
I know what's goinc on in" Cay Cay-Ion?
Ion? Cay-Ion? I haven't my first cup of
tea yot. Per all I know tr.ny
have been overrun by the Rua
aian."

Mrs. D.: 'Now. dear, you must

learn to control yourself. one
wants a steady hand for your

work."

Mr. D.: "Tea. tea, tea! All day

long, nothing but bloody tea! How
did I get in this trap' anyhow
(Mimicking) 'No, Dimes, you must

n't drink gin, it'll spoil your
palate. No, Dimes, think of the
scandal if Winehell wrote that you

were smocking on the sly. No,
Dimes, this! No, Dimes, that I Why
wasn't I born to be a- whisky
sampler or a wine taster? Have
I got to swim down life's high highway
way highway in a ruddy river of blasted

ta?"

Mrs. D, dubiously : "Well, ducki,
keeps you out in the open,
mean, vou have to know the

daily temperature in Sumatra, and

the soil conditions in every district
of Darjjeling. The empire rests on
your judgment...What about Ken-

Mr. u., smiling: -un,vinere is
fresh outbreak of Mau-Mau out

there. Butchered a whole faUy

of tea-growers just the other

dav. I won't be tastina any tea

from THAT area for quite a spell,

can tell you!"
Mrs. D: "Well, you'd best finish

our brekkers iuv. You'll a

:r:

ENGINEER SECTION

I.- Ijnx-Wd 8mudge" (Mall Box, Nov. 23) mentioned morale
, the Army Engineer section. What morale? There isn't any
'.35? ".?. nVel en or met uch a bunch of disillusioned and
jxneianeholy individuals. They cannot produce properly due to
,U the confusion and ranting. Most feel as if every day is their
Jiast day of work, when they may be asked to resign, or Just told
,to go.
' Constantly Gestapo-studies are being made of who to get
?W of next. Employes are not encouraged to be happy In their

man- vT r7l I JuaBmeni m getting a job done. No

vT.T, ?. w ey uie' es cuoaea out ior it. The whole

vluuiHwa ia kil BQUOK Up.
a J!!?7 tfIto.Tn bjr yeUm? At thU rate, within six months

awMjvua ww eiujcr cave uiccrs or De taxing tranquiluers.
! Mnd-ln-Your-Eye

Mr. D., clapping his bowler on
his head, and reaching for his
umbrella: "Yes, dammit, give me
double shot of coffee 1"
(Drinks it down in a mightly
gulp and totters Off to his doom.)

rWr:

SHORT CUT

Panamajj always seeking waya to get more money into her
aaomy. Why not send the Panamanian barbers now working
and living on the Zone to Panama when they finish work daily?
255? 2 np Justification for their living in the Zone. Panama

-w ui uumey m w circulation. Tne Barbers living in
t Zona serve only to take tip housing space needed by Zonltes.
i HaireUpyera to Panama

Mr:

FIREPROOF THEATERS

. That tin nice wide-screen, natural color fira they had In
tiftlJ'a1 othr So good, to factthat
L1 Panted aome convincing evidence that other theaters
LVLun fira-Proofed up to atandards enforced on the
v-anai Zona T ahill not Barmlt mv famOw a v-

m -- vw. v itv Hie uvrtci ui

iHfcRiBUrJlWlSE

It' J

avy v :
; MOZART -t?56
t7at

"Why do you call your doga by

German namesP"... "Because they
are German! What should I cail

them. Flfi and Fido?"..v Radio is
still king with advertisers. Ac

cording to Sponsor mag.-more than

67 percent of ad dollars go into
radios Teeves ,s gets 8 jper cent...
The quote of the week is Mitzi

Gaynor's: "I sleep in a kmg

size bed because I dance in my

sleep and I need the space."

Before its Broadway premiere

wool toward s -iuae wun vio violin"
lin" violin" received a half -. dozen Hol

lywood bids... Gia Scale inv "don't

ao Near the Water" looxs nxe

Movieville's next big sigh-inducer.

Jet. tresses, emerald orbs and .'-a
dreamy torso... .Truman, Capote

(hi the New yorxer nw ag) .dis .disclosed
closed .disclosed that M. Brando is "nearly

broke".- Most exciting and time

MORE, CAMERA s-
FOR LE$S MONfcY
"CO NT IN A"

icart

CASTILLA DE ORO 7 TTVOLl AVE".
NEXT "EL, PANAMA HILTON" .. MAIN STORE

ly show in town is at the Hay Hay-den
den Hay-den Planetarium... Ava Gadner por portrays
trays portrays the Duchess of Alba in
the film biog of Goya. The Duch Duchess
ess Duchess -posed in the nood for Goya.

(Oboya! )...' People Today mag 1
better because it includes Jackie

Loughery's likeness.

WASHINGTON One reason for

our disastrous laa behind Russia

on satellites and missiles ia the

bickering between the armed serv

This was tacitlv admitted when

new, secreatary ol lieiense mcci mcci-roy
roy mcci-roy gave the green light to the
Army to fire one of the six Ar Army
my Army satellites which J have been
gathering dust in a Huntsville,-A-la..
warehouse because the Navy

was in change .. of the satellite

WJVH

This was a victory for Cel.
John Nickorson, court martial

ad for protesting that tlji Ar Army
my Army had boon auehmd Into a
back seat in the missla race.

More important, it, highlighted

the backbit, cutthroat competi

tion between the Army, Navy and
Air Force which has reached a
point where the nation's security

haa seriously ..suffered., ? -.'. -It
was only a few short, years
ago that the three armed servic services
es services were put under one Secretary

of Defense in order to prevent
this bickering. I Yet today; rivalry
has reached an all- time peak.
Never has it been so had. J
,To illustrate: the Army missile

base at Huntsville books ove Air
Force officers very carefully be

fore they are allowed security

clearance to coriie to Huntsville.

They get clearance m the end,
but not without enough red tape
to make the. Air Force wonder
whether they ; are members of a
foreign power rather than fellow
defenders of the USA, i ...

'What's the reason,
To get the answer you hav to
go back perhaps J to Roosevelt's
day, when the Army and Navy
got Into the habit oi running to
the Whit House, v
Under the traditional Americaa
system, the Amry and Navy art
supposed to be bossed by cfviliaa
secretaries. But FDR loved tha
Navy and ran the Navy; The ad admirals
mirals admirals always knew they could
go over the head oi. the' Secrt Secrt-tay
tay Secrt-tay of the Navy direct to the
President, and they did time
after time.
j
In 'one case. Charles Edison.

iBier viuveruur ui ntw jersey,
resigned, when he tangled too vig vigorously
orously vigorously with the admirals and

they went to the White House.
The eenerals. not too be out-

done by the admirals, also took
their troubles to the White House.
They couldn't always see Boose
valt. but thev -had i: svmohatha

tic friend in General "Pa'r Wat-.

son, hi miutary aide. .

. .,"' -.rj'""
' TRUMAN jTOUCHER

DIRECTIVES WHAKENEO
Aeain. when' civilian representa

tives of the Secretary of Defense

meet with representatives or the
Armv. Navy and Aiis Force on

materiel matters, they; sometimes
act as if they were representing

three foreign governments...
'When it comes, to writing ppeci ppeci-ficationg
ficationg ppeci-ficationg for such things as mo motors
tors motors for missiles, all three servic

es hang back from revealing too

much to the other.

. In the end. the directive is so

watered down, in order to please

au three, that: it s almost meaningless.

x ... .... .... .....

une reason tor uniting tne tnree

murderous villain in WednesdafllervlCM unoet or,e -aDient ymem

night's "WW File" on Channel 7

is not the tough guy he played.
He is Tol Avery ol San Francisco,
the operator of Coronet of Cali

fornia, a large chain of self -im

provement courses... Time mag s
sinister simile: "Bare as a censor's

eyeball"

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STAMP OF GREATNESS I
Famed eomooser Wolfgang!

Amadeus Mozart Ir-honored ia

this new frencH stamp, one of a
series on foreign peraonaUtiet
soon to be issued by the Frerfbh
Postal Service. The stamp. In

N (purple-brown and light purple,
was drawn by Mdjg.SpitXyJ,

Weekly sailints of twelve pnssenner shoi to New
Vork, New (Means, l.o Ane!es, San Francfcco
and Sealtfe..
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
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Before vou ast rich, read the

Ladies Home Journal's piece on

reaay waaier. the tv auix champ.

The Big Dough made him an un
U-... k- J u

nappy, iiaiaBsu uumo uwucr...a
Presley will pay taxes on about
$3 million this year.., Audrey Hep
burn's upcomuik movie has a pro

vocative title: "The? Black Virgin

of Gold' Mountain". Cary Grant
fot $300,000 from "Pride and the
assion" plus' 10 percent of the

gross... Polly Bergen, the dolly.

is a wmz pool player.., Shirley Ma

ciaine s contno to the Dinah snore

show mdde you wonder why she

isn't seen more Often... That dirty

word "kickbacks" is causing larg

er mint orders from the Madison

Ave., ulcer set.

.Bargain Dep'ts A Fifth Ave.
shoo is selling a suit of armor

for $3000... A newsmag's educa educational
tional educational note: "Pitxi" moans "Lit
tie fallow" in Bavarian dialect.

"Tho Story of Mankind" movie
tolls the history of civilisation
95 minutoa... How previbus tart
you gat? An Esquire essay
strives to pick the winner in
the 1940 presidential election...
Vera Miles, who was a sunner
up in the Misa America sweeps,
takes, is one of Hollywood a
brithor twinklora. The win
nor that year Is now in obscur obscurity...
ity... obscurity... Why readers are dirty. -U.S.
News World Report con contends
tends contends the U.S. ia now tiking the
load in big missiles while Life
mag insists "wo are Still lagging
In ballistic missiles"... C r 1 1 1
Wolcott Gibbs' tribute to Lena
Horne; "aho la one of the few
performers in the world who can
do a lady-like bump."

.' Ginger Rogers owns a large
Chunk of Oregon. Over 700 a a-cres
cres a-cres Rosellini's remeoing was re reported
ported reported via our newscast 2 years
a eo, Intfrid. finally ran out of pa

tience... B. Crowther, the N. Y.
Times film critic, sighed; Brigtt Brigtt-te
te Brigtt-te Bardot is a atartingly shaped

little actress, as impudent as an
April breeze, ready to exercise her
catnip to the full extent of the
law. Bosleyl. .If you enioV hap

py "sounds, spin Roy Hamilton s
"Golden Boy' disc. In CeUuloi-

dia, a star is considered one wno

can make a fucker a Dox-cuice

click, even if it's a stinker... Ac Actress
tress Actress Joanne. Woodward's com

mon sense: "The only was you
can decide if you should get mar married
ried married is to imagine having break breakfast
fast breakfast with that one man every
morning 'or fifty years and hav having
ing having something to talk atour each
morning.""
Ilia Kazan's accurate size-up
"In toevae all you got Is con
vontionalism, that optimism and
charm. A lot -of Schrafft hostesses".-
The scarcity of clicks
aooofs this season reminds us
of playwright comedy end tto
dudience doesn't laagh, that Is
bad hxk "My Pair Lady" pro producer
ducer producer Herman Levin still c-int
believe his happy fortune. Des Describes
cribes Describes his benarne at "a-flash
of asnity".. M45 47 Broidway,
whore many of the top produc producers
ers producers have their- of vices, is very
disillusioning. Smalt shabby
rooms.. This is show kilt faulty

has 5M members. At the hoight

ber was to save money. It was

argued that instead of buying dif

ferent towels, sheets, underpants,
boots, dishes, artillery, rifles and
Sometimes bidding against each

other.the Army, Navy and Air

Force could pool their buying:,, 1
., But. getting such cooperation cooperation-has
has cooperation-has been a superhuman tea k.
Some of if has been'' accom
plished. i But whenever tha budg budget
et budget is cut,' tha personnel study studying'
ing' studying' jointv purchases am taken
'off that 10b. t-.

Kir ojima- Jli ana

. vwaaa ij auiuDi vtr waug
in- the Defense .DeDartmtnet that

five blRibns vould be saved, ft the

Khree artnefl eefvices pooled their

puying ana aiso Tequirea competi

tive bidding1 instead of plus cost

contracts.

STARTED UNDER. ROOSEVELT

The big question' fs: Why hasn't
unification worked? Whv hasn't

the Secretary of Deense cracked

military heads together? t
Charles E. Wilson was a b 1 g
businessman, onetime head of Gen

eral .Vfotors, supposedly skilled in

efficiency and money saving. But

under him the armed services
ran more wild thn ever. He-exercised
no authority.
It's too early yet to judge his
successor, Neil McElroy, another
big businessman, head of Proctor

and Gamble, one ofNthe h'ggest

soap companies in the world. But

so far he's leaned over backward

to please, not boss the a rued

services. 1

President Truman, who succeed

ed FDR, was . t0V?her. l on tha
military. He fired Genral Mac Ar

thur, exiled Adm. Arthur Radford
and Adm. Arleigh Burke, when
they undercut the Air Force.
But, under. Truman,; the, admi admirals
rals admirals and the generals went direct
to Congress, sometimes over the

rhead of the White JJouse.i I

If they didn't like a budget cut,
they whispered that fact to, cer

tain fnends on Caoiiol Hill. 'f To

get what they. wanted out of Cn Cn-gress
gress Cn-gress they'ofganfwd one of tHe
most effective and far flung lob

bies In Washington. V'L.y

The most personalbe and the

brainiest "genraTs andadmlra'a

were given offices, n?ht aion?iide

the Senate and the Hc-uwe of Re Representatives;
presentatives; Representatives; ,, ; :

if a potent senator wanted a

free airplane trip, or a transfer

faa atn 4 aw Vrt A tit SAH Ilnf tlO

1UI cm mi uui kAsaa vviioumwuki
usually cot it.

That is why Georgia has propor proportionately
tionately proportionately more military mstDa
tions than any ot'"r state, w The
heads of the two Ai'med Services
Committees, Sen. Dick Russell and
from Georgia. - t v

A- Ffism the earliest colonial
days until the establishment of
the United states mint in' 1792,
no "official" Coins were made in
America. As a result, people
had to rely on barter or foreign
coins for commerce. The most
popular foreign coins in use
were the Spanish dollar or
eight-reales, which was often
cut into two, four-, dr eight
pieces or "bits" providing for
smaller change, from which
come the present-day Slang
phrases "two-bits", "four-bits,'!
-etc.. :;, j

I w Brltannlca Jr. Eneycloptdla

HERE'S WHY; ;

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- (in normal car use) '

jr a.Dry charged-freshwhen you J)uy r;
I o-Tested, proven under all drivina- condrfiont

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r Ave. ItJose Fc.' de la Osea) No. 40-75 1
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Caa Station will receive immediate attention!

, ,. uu eiAiion win receive immediate arceniioni f

Faming QaeaUoa

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WEPNESOAY, NOVEMBER il,,MJt,

The Canal Zone Police Association Is Donorfnf a CZ Po

lice Queen" contest In connection with the Annual Policemen's
Ball which is scheduled for March 7, 1858, at a. location to be
announced later. V . '' ,''-. .'
This la tha third yea auch a contest hw been' sponsored by
the Police Association.- '.:'
', Sunday, Dec. 8, Is the deadline for. entries and entry blanks
must be postmarked, not later than Dec, 8. r, ,;---;
Following la the entry Wan which ahould be tilled out by
contestants:-' .,. .!"' '';'.''"' ;
' OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK ..t
Queen Contest
. canal Zone Police Association (Pacific) .,

Name in full:
Address:

Phone;
vAge;'-

- Parents, names:

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Education: High School : :-Measurements:
Measurements: :-Measurements: Height:

Bust:
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Hips:

College: Special Training:
r- Weight: ;
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Color Eyes:

Color Hair:

Complexion :

Hobbies and other talents;

Ambition and plans "fpr the future: v; ',
Interesting- facts- about, yourself: ; f :
Entrant agrees to blde by all the rules set forth by the

Canal zone police Association zuwn ii J V.-

tniiaiii- agrees uiw wjc w"'i "Vi-s i h
ing the contest shatf be solely within the discretion of the

C.Z.P,A. ancLthat tne aecisions oi me juuSra iu A,"
Contestants wUl be required to appear in formal attire.ana
bathing suits at a private judging with only the parents of con con-testants,
testants, con-testants, committee members and the judges being present as in
thC I hereby acknowledge that I have read the official rules
and regulations as printed in the notice regarding the Contest
and that I am complying with them in every way, and further,
that, personal data as herein set forth is correct.

Signed:

(Mail entry to Box 3651, Balboa, C.Z-V

'contest applications must be received before Dec'. 8, 1957 and
applications received after that date wll) not be considered
eU8lcLestants must be parried: ben 17 and years cj

age, residents oi ui "" -.-
character. :

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80 MILES TO THE CALl,Or-A tiny -auto that's obviously
the object of their affection is examined by two French firemen
at the Paris Motor Show. One 6f the .smallestjn. the show, it is
the Frenfchrmade ftollera. The tiny vehicle can reach a' speed
of 1(5 m.p.h. and gets about 80 miles to a gallon of gasoline.

Just' Jaunting

Answer to Previous Puzile

ACROSS
1 Cape of Good
S Distant
Stitch
11 Work
13 Feminine
appellation
14 Swiss canton
15 Kangaroo, for

imtance
' 17 Kind of
': rummy
IS Actress,
; Terry ,:
19 Heavy
j hammers.''-1
11 Bird's home
I 23 Watch
i 24 Strike liehtly

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DOWN
1 There's no
' place like it
2 Gem
J Stitch in
knitting
' 4 German city
High
mountain
6 Palmi off
T Russian sea
8 Chest rattles
Hinted
laCity m
Pennsylvania
11 Is victorious
IS Rough
20 Decease
22 Vocalizes

musically

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25 Indigo -28
Places
28 Slacken
30 Arm bon
1 Measure.
.13 Pied
' Hamelin'

35 Greek city

40 Finishing

ef

45 Appointments
46 Slipped
47 English
.r county
"M Therefore
"50 Ripped

- 5 King of Siam'r

- governess

,52 MinMs

43 Where .Casey: 55 Wrong
. was (J words"'1 -(prefix)

34 Conflict
36 Ascending Ascending-I
I Ascending-I 3? Greek goddesi
88 Toss
39Clockmaker,
Thomas
41 Boulder, for
instance
48 Popular -.
-V-arltish
beverage
44 Lack
46 Edged
49 Inborn
53 Sign of the -
zodiac
84 Sulfur
S( Country hotel
87 Hindu god
58 Sea eagles
99 Delirium
tremens, (ah.)
90 Attire (colL)
81 Oceans

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IT.S. ARMY CARIBBEAN Cen-al Exchange Office, warehouse and malntenan ce personnpi with five' and ten years' service were presented certificates for
their government service by Col. Robert W. Oarrett, center, commanding offlc er of Fort Kobbe and president of the Central Exchange Council, in a recent
ceremony at Port Clayton. They are, front row, left to right, Julian Mendo za, Violet Lynch, Petrufas Gooding, Oarrett, Mrs. Madeline Wynne, executive
secretary of the Central Exchange Office, perlene Jones, Caesarina Fullerton, Enid Lewis and Cynthia McLeod. In the second row, left to right, are Luis
Watson, Vicente MacFarlane, Zoila Macia, Cynthia Forbes, Dorothy Moselay, Herman Lurla and Teodoro Ceville. In the rear are, left to right, Cecil W.
Oldfleld, Sidney. Cummings, Alberto Bryan, Kenneth Alexander, Emmanuel D avis and Beverly Panton. (U.S. Army Photo)

Save $142.50
f I.S Voigtlander
35 mm Prominent.
Ctmera v
list $279.50
youra for ... .$137.00

aving $142.50

155 Central At.
Phone 2-1803

it is your opportunity
to aquir a high grada
camera with inter-
karfraakl lan

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worth double.

All Car Owners Invited

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CHRYSLER CORPORATION (Western Hemisphere)

AND

'this Saturday Nov. 30
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the patio of

Git S

TRUCKS

Hotel EL PANAMA HILTON
and in the showrooms of your nearby dealers

This year, Chrysler Corporation caused a sensation in the automobile
industry... and in 1958 it will continue captivating drivers with its
"Forward Look."
The Plymouth, Dodge, DeSoto, Chrysler and Imperial line for 1958
establishes a new fashion in styling... in design... in luxurious
interiors... and in the mechanical marvel of the 'motors (engines) in
every category.

See and compare for yourself the new, sensational characteristics in the
1958 Chrysler Corporation cars with their exclusive "Forward Look."
At the wheel of a Plymouth, a Dodge, a DeSoto, a Chrysler, or an Im Imperial
perial Imperial for 1958, you will feel proud to drive a regal model or the future,
because only Chrysler Corporation automobiles feature "ADVANCED
STYLING."

See the 1958 cars and trucks in the showrooms of youi nearby dealers:

CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH:
' PANAMA: Heurtematte A Arias, S. A.
COLON: M. A. Powers
CHITRE: Agendas Martin. Alexis
DAVID: Heurtematte & Arias, S. A.

DODGE DeSOTO:
PANAMA: COLON MOTORS
CHITRE: Joss Caribe
DAVID: Abela Acosta

More than ever-in 1958 the Forward Look... is The Advanced Design
PLYMOUTH o DODGE DE: SOTO CHRYSLER IMPERIAL

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1957

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FALL THEME Decorations approbate to autumn were arranged for the luncheon tables at the recent luncheon, given by the Fort Amador Officers'
Wives Club. Tor the head table shown here, Mrs. Raymond L. Hill and her committee created a turkey Jrom native fruits and vegetables.
- -; .... (U.S. Army Photo)

Thanksgiving Day

w COL SEYMOUR DECORATED Col. Wlllard R. Seymour of Ft. Amador receives congratula congratula-l1'
l1' congratula-l1' tion from the Minister of Labor, Health and Social Welfare Mrs. Cecilia Remon after receiv receiv-lii
lii receiv-lii mg tne Vasco Nunez de Balboa award. Standing behind Col. Seymour is. the Director of Pro Pro-w
w Pro-w tocol Camilo Levy Salcedo.

jklRS. AQUILINO BOYD GIVES LUNCHEON
jpN HONOR OF MRS. RICARDO MOSCATI

Mrs. AquiHno Boyd, wife of the Minister or foreign Ke Ke-..
.. Ke-.. lunrhron at the Golf Club yesterday in

m

Z honor of Mrs. Ricardo Moscatl, wife of the Italian Ambas-

5 sador, who will be leaving in the near luiure,

immi'i Ambaisidor
T Crit Britain
iVisiting Her
j Dr. Roberto Arias. Panamanian
WmKaMador to Great Britain is

ilia

for a brief visit With

friends and family.
jNawcomars Stt
Slid Prsgram
?y Capt. Tewnttnd
The Atlantic Area Newcomers
Club held its November meeting
it the borne of Mrs. Gordon Cha Cha-f
f Cha-f he of Ft. Gulick on Thursday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Capt. Stewart Townsend
presented a most interesting pro program
gram program on Panama which included included-color
color included-color slides of the interior and al al-d
d al-d the terminal cities of Colon and
f anama City.

Swedish crystal ash trays were
presented to three departing mem members
bers members Mrs. William Harris, Mrs.
Michael Blair, and Mrs. Kenneth
Kvaal.

Refreshments were served by
Mrs. Chaphe and Mrs. Rudolph

Rest to 39 members and guests.

Members included Mesdames Wil William
liam William Harris, Lee Douglas, James
Haeen. George Magazin, Arthur

May, Anthony B a r s i, Raymond
Wilson, William Garner, Bruno Ei Ei-sen,
sen, Ei-sen, Kenneth Bukowski, George
Pulliam, Richard McClean, John

Tanner, Carney Hartley, Sidney
Chichester, John Huika, John Sei Sei-bert,
bert, Sei-bert, Charles Williams, Kenneth
Shelly, John Ellison, II. I. Jones,
Gordon Chaphe, W. H. Goggans,

R. C. iBest and Miss Audrea Row Row-ell.
ell. Row-ell. Guests were Mesdames Henry
Williams, Charles Perry, Ben Du Du-ree,
ree, Du-ree, Wm. Froeschner, William Gil Gillespie,
lespie, Gillespie, W. H. Vnntine, Edward
Carlson, Francis, Berger, Fulton
Lesovsky, Ralph Stevens, Baldin
Noema, and jLaverne Sharp and
Captain Townsend.

GET YOUR CHRISTMAS CARDS
AT

MORRISON'S
4th rlilffiha"JH St.

Travel via

PANAMA DAVID
(5:00 P.M FRIDAY, SUNDAY, TUESDAY)
DAVID PANAMA
(6:45 P.M. FRIDAY, SUNDAY, TUESDAY)
You no longer need to stay-over in David Leave
Panama in the mornings Via one of our early
flights spend the day in David and return on our
new non-stop flight "El Baru."

Cocktail Party
Will Introduce
ChrytUr Lino
Mr. Charles Dennison, general
sales manger of the export sales
division of Chrysler Motors, will
give a cocktail party for the press
at 4:30 p.m. on Friday in the pa patio
tio patio of the Hotel El Panama.
At that time 158 models of the
Chrysler line will be on display in
the patio.

Bridge Croup
Civet Dospodida
For Members
Prior to the bridge games play played
ed played on Monday evening at the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Service Center. Mrs. S. D.
Aycock, Messrs. E. Norton and
Hayes were guests at a social
which the members gave as a
"farewell" to the three who are
soon leaving to make their homes
in the United Stales.
The Howell Movement was play played
ed played and the following ire the, win winners:
ners: winners: 'first, Mr. and Mrs. George
A. Tully, second, Mr Fred
Schwartz with Mr. E. W. Mills Mills-paugh
paugh Mills-paugh tied for third. Mr. Augus Augus-to
to Augus-to Kam with Mr. Julius Loeh and
Messrs Koehn "and Hayes fourth
Mrs. S. D. Aycock with Mrs. Irl

Sanders fifth, Mrs. Julius Loeb

with Mrs. Hayden Jones and
sixth, Mrs Woodruff with Mr. E.
Norton.
IAWC Cultural Commit
Plan Trip To School
The Cultural Committee of the
Inter-American Women's Club has

planned a trip to the. Profession

al School and the Liceo de Sefio-

ritas in Paitilla on Friday morn

ing, me Laceo de Senoritas.

which won the Fire Prevention

Week award, will have the pres presentation
entation presentation on Friday morning. Other
schools may be visited, time per permitting.
mitting. permitting. Club members Interested In
making the trip are asked to noti notify
fy notify the Secretary at Balboa 3465.

The time of departure will be 9:00

a.m rrom tne Tivoli Guest
House.
VUltor From
Chicago Attends

Wedding

Mrs. Francis Escoffery of Bella
Vista has as her guest, her sister,
Mrs. Granger Cook of Chicago,
HI., and her daughter, Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Delaney of, Brazil. Mrs.
Cook and Mrs. Delaney came to
attend the wedding of their niece,
Miss Irma Cecilia Escoffery to
Mr. Julio Ernesto Jimenez, which
took place last Saturday.

Bibla Reading Program
On Thanksgiving Day, the 14th
annual worldwide Bible reading
program begins. It is observed in
more than forty countries through throughout
out throughout the world. This year an at attractive
tractive attractive blue and gold poster high highlights
lights highlights the 1,100 or more languag languages
es languages into which some book of the
BiWe has been translated. A spe special
cial special selection of daily Bible Read

ings is printed in the form of a
Bible bookmark.
Rev. J. W. Limkemann, agency
secretary for Central America
states: "Posters and bookmarks
have been widely distributed to
churches in the Canal Zone and
Panama." He added, As a spe special
cial special feature of the season (Bible
displays are being set up On the
Isthmus."
The Bible reading program be began
gan began 14 years ago when a Marine
on Guadalcanal wrote His mother
asking his family to join him in
reading certain verses from the
Bible each day. The mother pass passed
ed passed this letter on to the American
Bible Society, an agency dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated solely to the translation, pro production
duction production and distribution of the
Scriptures.
Since that time the Bible Socie Society
ty Society has annually selected daily
reading portions for the season

between Thanksgiving and Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. These readings serve as a
strong and close link between
families at home and absent
members.
This movement is endorsed by
major religious organizations,
councils of churches and related
bodies..

Candlelight Srvic ..
At Curundu Tonight
The annual service of Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving will be held in the Curun Curun-ou
ou Curun-ou Protestant Church at 7:00 p.m.
Tonight's service will be one of
candlelight.
There will be special music
sung by the woman's trio and
choir..
The trio is composed of Mrs.
David Hilt6n, miadle; Mrs. Ben
Kietzman, soprano and Mrs. Mil Milton
ton Milton Keidig, aito.

The number to be sung is enti

tied, "Thanks, Be lo God."

The numbers by the choir will

include 'We Gather Together,
"Now Thank We All Our G o d,'

"OGive Thanks," "My God and

I," and "Onward Ye People."
During the candler light service

there will a time for the expres

sion of thanks,. The congregation

wiu nave opportunity to paruci

pate.

The pastor, Milton K. Leidig,

4J

FOR THE BEST

THANKSGIVING-
bring the family to

to enjoy our
THANKSGIVING DAY DINNER
from 12 noon in the Balboa Room
and from 7 p.m. in
the lovely BELLA VISTA ROOM
with CLARENCE MARTIN'S
. ORCHESTRA
children's portions at half-price
As Our Panamanian friends will be
ceJebrating on the same day,
Panama's. Independence from
Spain and Firemen's Day,
Panamanian dishes also .will
be on the menu.

place last Sfltu
And Mrs. Abort

Mr. And Mrs. Abornathy

Attend Conference
In Moxico City
Mr. and' Mrs. Charles S. Aber-

nathy left this morning for Mexi

co Uty, where they will attend a

distributors' meeting of Outboard

Marine International S.A.

in

Ideal flight schedule fcr a pleasant week-end

Chiriqui. Leave Friday evening and return Sunday
evening aboard our new non stop flight
"El Baru."
L PASSENGER ami CARGO SERVICE
, v For Complete Details Consult

Mm

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J2S Perii Ave. Tels. 3-0097 3-3171

Malcolm Delvallo
Paintings At JWB

Currently showing at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces Service Cen

ter Art Gallery in cooperation

with the Canal Zone Art League,
are the water colors and oils of

the well known artist, Malcolm
Delvalle. The exhibit will remain
on display until Saturday, Dec. 14.
The Art Galley is open from
9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily. 'A
cordial invitation is extended to
military personnel and their de dependents
pendents dependents and to the general pub public
lic public of the Canal Zone and the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama to view the ex exhibit.
hibit. exhibit. Ladto Auxiliary
intortaint
Corgas Pationrs
The Ladies Auxiliary VFW,
Frank P. Albrook Post No. 3822.
sponsored their monthly bingo par party
ty party for toe patients at G o r g a s
Hospital in connection with tne
Red Cross program for the pa patients.
tients. patients. Mrs. Louise Witiig and Mr.
Vernon Koch conducted the bingo
games for a large number of pa patients!
tients! patients! who thoroughly enjoyed the
activity as well as the delicious

refreshments served.

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Please the Whole Family
Beautify Your Home

UN Toive France
Year To Settle

Algerian Question
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Nov.

27 (UP) Th,e United Nations will
keep hands off the Algerian si

tuation and give France another
year to work out its troubles with

the strife torn North African ter

ritory, U.N. observers predicted
today.

The General Assembly's main

political committee was opening

its perennial debate on the ex explosive
plosive explosive question later this after

noon with French Foreign Minist Minister
er Minister Christian Pineau the first

speaker.

The French counted heavily on
support from Britain and t;
United States for its demand lor
a free hand to solve the Algerian
protvelm and it appeared they
would get it.
British Prime Minister Harold

Mcmillan said at the end of 13

hours of talks with French Pre
mier Felix Gaillard yesterday that
"responsibility for a solution of
the Algerian question lies with
France."
Pineau has conducted a num number
ber number of talks in Washington with
Secy, of State John Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles and other officials drumming
up similar support.
The atmosphere here lacked the
tension surrounding Algerian de debates
bates debates of past years.
Both the Arab bloc, which was
demanded independence for Alge Algeria,
ria, Algeria, and the French appeared dis disposed
posed disposed to accept a politely-worded
resoulution.

St. Paul's Church
Sponsors Canal
Trip Tomorrow
Arrangements h'av hoon

pleted for anlndependence-

inanxsgiving uay boat ride undfif
that auspices of St. Faul's Church
through the Panama Canal tomorrow.

Starting from Pipr IR IRalhna

at 8 a.m. the ferrv boat. PresirfpntA

Porras will take the excursionist

to Gatun and return to Gamboa
for the landing.
While the passengers enjoy the
opportunity for viewing the canal,
music will be furnished by the
Carol Greaves combo. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be available for nur-

chase.

will deliver the evening sermon
entitled, "Let Your Life Give
Thanks."
The offering during the service

.will go toward the help of evan

gebcal Christian missions nere in
Panama.
The congregation and communi community
ty community have been asked to be present
to participate in giving thanks un unto
to unto God lor His manifold blessings.
Sunday will be Bible Sunday in-

the church. During December the
church hopes to reach the attend attendance
ance attendance of 175 during the morning
worship service.

Commissary Club
Sponsors Picnic
At Juan Diaz

The Pacific Commissary Club
will hold a picnic at Jardin Luisa
in Juan Diaz tomorrow in observ observance
ance observance of Panama' independence
from Spain and of Thanksgiving
Day.
Music will be provided by the
Acrosonic orchestra from norm

until, midnight

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Proclamation
To Bo Road Tonight
In Margarita
The A'merican Consul in Colon,
Robert W. Weise, Jr., will read

President Eisenhower's Thanksgiv

ing proclamtion at a public
Thanksgiving service to be held

at 7:00 p.m., at the,Marganta U-

nion Church.

Chaplain William D. Froeschner,

recent arrival at Fort Davis, will

also share in tonight s service.

Rev. Theodore E. Franklin, pas

tor, has planned a Thanksgiving

story-sermon entit.ed Tomorrow

Is Too Late."

Harrold Spincknall

the choir.

will direct

All residents of the Atlantic are

invited to unite in this brief wor

ship service and through it to

make Thanksgiving more meaning

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DIPlJTT Assistant Secretary of the Army Robert D. King, left,
chats with FOAA president Philip L. Steers, Jr., at the dinner
meeting Monday night at Albrook Of fleers club. King was
guest speaker at the meeting of the Federal Government
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Financial management has be-jchronizatlon of budgeting and
come essential in the Army be-1 accounting classifications and

cause pressure to reduce tne organizational structure,
budget has forced It to do "a lit- .The guest speaker was Intro Intro-tie
tie Intro-tie less with a riot less," Robert duced by FGAA president Philip
D. King said Monday night at Al L Steers, Jr. Others at the guest
brook Officers Club. King, who table Included l Kermit Der Deris
is Deris Deputy Assistant Secretary of hardt, assistant director of the
the Army (FM) spoke at ; the accounting and auditing division

monthly dinner meeting of the I of the General Accounting or

Federal a Government Account- flee, vice i- president Floyd J

ants Association. Baldwin, and secretary-treasurer

The sneaker defined financial I Rlcnara r. Raul.

management as the "preparation

and translation of our short and f.l,-.--, f
lone-ranee dans and programs I A lfr1l1H lflinil

sources."

Kine elaborated on the struc

ture of financial management in
the Army, and its development.

Its current operations were ex explained.
plained. explained. Progress reported in included
cluded included ost based budgets, wide
utilization of accrual accounting,

more realistic administrative
contwl f funds, and the syn-

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money needed to give effect to i 'DvAlltAw'
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from ; which the funds will be t' i

made available, the control over hAf iniCflr3ll0n
the.applicatlon and use of the 1 VI iiiiwijimiivii
funrta on1 t.h. onnmisftl rif t.hel

results obtained from their use." NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 27 (UP)

Kinir recalled that for years tiep, crooK tiays iu-atk.) iaia

the Army operated on the lntui- the South and some northern
tive judgement of commanders, areas should be grven a "non-vio-even
as manv "trulv successful lent" breather and time extensions

enterprises in the United States to study tne oest soiuuon ior

operated basically on the intui-1 integration..

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.,n w in maKine me siuay. ne iaia

As businesses became bigger the South ''should not try to find
and rnore rtlversified. thia old out who was right or wrong in

personal Intuitive management the .matter ot sending federal tro

was not enougn, mng reiawa. t
The inevitable result was the a soulfftion which would prevent

nnmfk nf .nifn. fnr onnt.rni recurrences or. tnis action."

and management. V Hays who attempted to mediate

The sneaker told how the at- me uiue jrock acuoui nuetsrauuu

mv y,ha horrtma t.h most pnm-lcrisis between President EisenhoW'

plex, widely-dispersed and larg- er and Gov. Orval Faubus of Ar-

est single enterprise in tne wona. Kansas, came nere jo aauress me

our old technioues of manage- festival of Chrisuan f aim ana

ment were plainly Inadequate to I Witness

ii m .mn(inv,. r I Havs said the three year period

S1VR tU LX1C 11CIV .VUiWOlJv ... 1 r n

nr. fnnnrl mirselves. we Between W5 wnen ne u.s. au-

had crrown too bie. too diverse, preme Court handed down its schol

too complex to rely upon lntui- integration ruling ana W57 was
tive judgements based upon per- not long enough for many parts
sonai observation. It simolv was- of the South to adjust and solve

n't nncirihiA fnr ii few neonie t.dlthe problems of integration.

nhr mnnntrh a svstematlc Coneress is now prepared to su

aDDroaoh to collecting and dis- thorize "a breather for theSouth

BflmiTiot.fnir information u D o n and northern areas ehere the in

whioh to base ludeements had teeration problem is in evidence,"

honnme essential." he said. The time is needed to

An 'th continued nressure "let us catch up with the problem

to reduce the budget which has in order to effect a solution," he

ronnhprt n climax thin Vear. haslnaid

demanded of all of us the most "A year, at least, with possible

enlightened and. effective man- extensions, is needea.

neement nossioie. lnis Kina 01

management is impossible witn- lIUu stwAiiaa
out the most advanced tech- IfaQA kOHCV UfOUD
nioues and systems for planning, 1 vf ,vf Wl Vi,r

controUing and reviewing opera- r.L
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Against Red China

PARIS. Nov. 17 (UP)-COCOM

the-hush-hush outfit which sets
western trade policy with the Com Communist
munist Communist bloc, has decided to drop
special embargoes against Com Communist
munist Communist China. French sources said

today.

Tha mnmrm lairl the U.S.. Which

is a member of COCOM (Consiu-

tntivo franmittM Tor Lommerci

with Communist Countries) reiuc
tantly went alopaf with the deel
sion of the other members by abs
frnm the vota.

The other members are the 15
North Atlantic Treaty Organization
countries minus Iceland andNplui

japan.

The decision was largely a for formality.
mality. formality. Britain decided last May

30 to drop special restriction a-

gainst cmna.
AnH althnllffh the U.S. State De-

Tiortmont aiH it was "moat disa-

pointed" by Britain, such other

COCOM memoers as r ranee, we
nonalnv pnnntrids. Ttalv. Oerma-I

ny and Japan followed Britain's

ieaa.

The committee's decision wipes
out s subdivision of "List B" (non (non-strategic
strategic (non-strategic goods) that had been ap

plied only to Kea cmna. ino items
on "List A" (weapons and stra strategic
tegic strategic goods) may be shipped to

any Communist country.

Sociai and

Breakfast In HolfYwootl

Will Raise Moray

for Beta Sigma Phi Charities

The third annual "Breakfast in

Hollywood" sponsored by Beta

Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority

will be held at Uie Hotel wasning

ton at 9:30 a.m. on Dec. 7.

Admission will be $1.50 plus an

original hat which must be worn
at the breakfast. Those attend attending
ing attending in previous years have made
this the most "Talked About" e-.

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the slightest provocation to ame
it a morning of fun and frolic.

Prizes are Riven for the most

original hat, the prettiest, the era
ziest and the one ftibst appropri
ate to the breakfast theme. A de

licious breakfast is to be served

as you enter so that as you eat

you have the opportunity to win
manv valuable and worthwhile

gifts that have been donated

through the generosity oi tne

merchantr In Colon and Panama

and by the members

Anne Peterson and Boots mtcn-

ell, Co-Chairmen announced there

are fifty three gins aireaay ana

more to come, plus two ibduious

door prizes, a week end for two

at El Panama Hilton Hotel and a

transit for a party of four given

by the Italian Line.

Gifts have been donated oy

UK imifaiiU tflnsMef PelAmiA anri

iriaigailW jl- iw soi, vessvssw euu

rich, Johnny's, I. L. Maauro's, ca

se Bee's. Surany's. Tasaropuies.

Vital u VVIUUl iiuauovu miviv-
r, Gonzalez, P. Jhangimal, Cen

tral store, oazar mom Day, Mona s

Radio center, French Bazaar, Fo

lic Association, Aldao's, Cass Gla

mour. Cyrnos' S.A. plus a sitting

tor charcoal portrait done by

Frances Greening, a lovely oil

painting by Elinor Blennerhasset
and a watercolor by Jeff daughter.

Tickets are now en sale by the

members and can also be obtain

ed by calling 5-118 or 3-3262. Dec.

is the deadline and no tickets

will be sold at the door. Mrs. B.

Slaughter who is the originator

of this hilarious event will pre

side as Mistress of Ceremonies.

Proceeds from "Breakfast in Hol

lywood" will be used for the ma

ny charitable and philanthropic
works of the sorority.

'

All-Star Circle
Annual Christmas
Luncheon Next Wednesday

The annual Christmas luncheon

of the All-Star Circle will be held

Dec. I in the Fern Room of the

Tivoli Hotel at 12:30 p.m.

.Members are asked to make

reservations no later than Satur

day by calling Mrs. Georee Ems-

lie at Curundu 2149 or Mrs. Bes

sie Pope (Balboa) 2-3230,

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A FOUR-IN-ONE SMASHUPThis is the scene on New York's Henry Hudson
parkway just after a four-car crash sent two drivers to the hospital. One car
jumped the center island and landed on top of another. Two others banged them.

A FAMILY ZOO
THEW PET OWNERS can compare with Gerry Taylor when it comes to a men-
agerie in the backyard. Taylor, a game ranger in Northern Rhodesia, oper
ates a zoo complete with, leopards, warthog?, crocodiles, snakes, baboons, parrots,
guinea-hens, bushbucks and duikers. The zoo belongs, officially, to tha game de department,
partment, department, but the care find feeding of the inhabitants belong to the Taylor
household, from two-year-old Jonathan upwards. Each animal in it has come to
Taylor through some sort of accident or disaster, Sammy, the leopard, was found
starving in the bush. WilberforCe, the warthog, was found l&St and sick. It seems
likely that the Chilanga zoo will be sent by air to Chester zoo irt England. Until
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: She took time out from her career to have a baby.

Here she is in relaxed mood eating grapes near Rome.

AMONG THE HONORED DEAD Television star; Lassie bestows the first Lassie
Gold Award posthumously on Skippy, K-9 corps combat veteran, during official
Army ceremonies "at Fort MacArthur in San PedrcV Calif. Skippy was among the
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lilenWho Used Plane To Rob
Bank Sentenced To 15 Years

BARTON, ria;, Nov. 27 UP) UP)-Two
Two UP)-Two men who may have made

history by using tn ; airplane to
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pun a 4D,uw paiiK rooueiy were
sentenced to 15 years in : prison
today, but the judge told them
"We don't need mem like you in
the penitentiary." :t j
Donald J. (Bugs) Thomson, 32
and Irvin Suits, 26, both of Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and both without previous crim criminal
inal criminal records, withdrew pleas of
not guilty in Polk Criminal Court
and Judge R. H. Amidon quickly
sentenced them.
Thompson and Suits were charg charged
ed charged on two counts each of robbing
the Fort Meade, Fla., bank, in
October of $26,000 and of taking
a watch, automobile arid pistol
from Lake Mead Constable Harry
Godwin. The men used two air airplanes
planes airplanes to carry oui the rob robbery
bery robbery and make their getaway.
J. H. Willson of Bartow, at attorney
torney attorney for Suits, asked for lenien
cy and told the judge, "tou are
not dealing with an habitual crim criminal.".
inal.". criminal.". H pointed out tht Suits had

frl admitted his guilty and
cooperated In recovering the mo money.
ney. money. He eaid the primary object objective
ive objective of" the punithement was

"rehabilitation, not ravenge."
"I am feaUy sorry for your si situation,"
tuation," situation," : Judge Am'don told the
men.', "You have the potentiality
of making good citizens. You have
shown a good attitude nsince being
arrested and we don't need men
like you : in the penitentiary."
He said, however, the crime
"requires a stiff penalty? and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced tht pair to 15 years eash
on both counts or robbery, the
terms to run concurrently, ', ,.
Suits wis a respected citlzezn
and Thompson had been a "hot
shot" World War H pilot. They

swooped into.' Lake Meade in a
stolen plane, seized Constable God Godwin
win Godwin after he arrested them for
being drunk, then robbed the

bank at gunpoint.

They used Godwin s car to get

back to the plane, parked .out .outside
side .outside the ; town, and switched to
their own plane at an bandoned

field and flew on to Tampa. Both

were quickly, arrested.

Young Gl Charged

With Strangling

Japanese Woman
YOKOHAMA (UP) The U.S.
Army today formally charged a
young Michigan soldier with the
strangulation murrinr of the Japa Japanese
nese Japanese wife of a U.S. Navy man
now serving in California.
Charged with the slaying of 25 25-year
year 25-year old Kazue Eikawa : Wescott
Was S3C Gregory J. Kupski, 23,

5014 Grand Ave.' Detroit, Mich.
Mrs. Wescott's nearly nude body
was found in a .Zyokohama alley
Nov. 17. The Army announced
Nov; 22 that Kupski had confessed
to-the crime. 1
Her husband, AD1C Robert
Leslie Wescott', 1 mple ; Drive
Vineland, N.J.. currently is sta stationed
tioned stationed at the China Lake Naval Air

Station in California with the

VX5 Experimanlal Squadron. They
were married in Japan May 19,
1955, while he was stationed near

here, and their marriage was re registered
gistered registered with the U.S. embassy in

Tokio.

Tie Army said murder charges
were made formally after a "thor

ough" investigation by Japanese
and U.S. military police.

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Southeast Asian
Subversion Hurts
SEATO Nations

Today's hand, played some

years back by my old friend

Frank Perkins of Boston, is an

example of eareim play.
West opened the kine of dia

monds and Frank won with the
ace. A quick count showed 11

sure winners: seven trumps in

his own hand, three side aces
and a ruff In dummy for his
third diamond. Offhand he had

a choice between a spade and a

club finesse for his 12th trick.

but Frank found an extra and

better chance.;

He could start by trying to es

tabllsh dummy's fifth spade for

a discard of his queen of clubs.
Accordingly, Frank won the
opening diamond lead and

played a spade to dummy's ace.
His next play was to ruff a low
spade in his own hand and care
was essential here. He ruffed
with the eight of trumps so as
to preserve the six.
Now he led that valuable six
spot and overtook with dummy's
seven. A third spade was led and
ruffed and elnc? both opponents
followed on that trick Frank was
home free.
He entered dummy with the
ace of trumps and ruffed a
fourth spade. Hia next play was
to lead a low diamond. East won
that trick and led a club, but
Frank simply went up with the
ace, trumped his remaining dia diamond
mond diamond with dummy's three spot
and discarded his queeri of clubs
on the queen of spades.

BA(fuiO CITY, Philippines, Nov.
27 (UP) Communist subversion
in Southeast Asia presents the

"main threat" to the SEATO na

tions, acting SEATO Secretary-

ueseral William Worth of Aus
tralia said today.
Worth told a SEATO seminar
that the eight-nation alliance had
increased its overall capacity to
resist armed aggression in the
treaty area.
However, he warned, the danger
of subversion stil confronted gov governments
ernments governments throughout the treaty
area,
"Consequently the appropriate
authority in all SEATO member
governments are maintaining an
increasingly effective surveillance
Over Communis? activities,"
Worth -said.

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON Dr. Vannevar
Bush, in saying the National Se Security
curity Security Council was inadequate to
function as a central defense plan planning
ning planning organization.
"If I go to a hospital I don't
want to be examined by a bunch

of lawyers. I think we want to
keep military planning in military

hands.

"The threat to survival has nev never
er never been more imminent, not only
for this country but the whole
Free World."

WASHINGTON Gen. Nathan
F. Twining;; in saying the Free
World must meet the Russian
challenge successiully or risk its
very survival.
"It war is" thrust upon us we
will have to win it With the wea weapons
pons weapons in hand. Time will no long

er be available to marshal our re-1

sources."
CHICAGO Sen. Styles Bridge's
(R-N.H), in saying the. Soviet sci scientific
entific scientific Buildup plus the Commu Communist
nist Communist objective of world domination

has placed the Free World in
mortal danger,

WASHINGTON -Informed Navy
sources, in saying the Navy may
fire its first small earth satellite
into space next week if all goes

wen:
"It looks we are all set . .al

though. .you can't pin the date

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Rfo DE JANEIRO Louis Arm

strong, in saying that final settle

ment of the racial situation in the
United States will take some
time:
, "We can't change the people
overnight. .these things take
Me."
PLAINFIELD, Wis. District
Attorney Earl Kileen, in describ describing
ing describing how he became convinced that
"butcher" Ed Gein robbed graves
by moonlight.
"I had to brace myself to look,

Old Catholic v
Church To Hold
Service Sunday f
On Sunday at 7:30 a.m.. tha

Church of 3t. Raphael the Archan
gel (Old Catholic) will celebrate

the Holy Eucharist. ;
At 7 in the evening, a Thanks

giving Service and the sacrament

of confirmation will be held, fol following
lowing following the serving of refreshment
The celebrant at both services will
be the Rt. Rev. Joseph. Wantuk,
assisted by Rev. George Gregg.
The church islocated at 53 Fran
Cisco Filos Street, Vista Hermosa.

into those graves. It was a grisly
sight. But this was a field day
the last day of this horrible In Investigation."
vestigation." Investigation." WINNIPEG, Man. Harry A.
Moon, an inventor, in describing !:
his revolutionary cake of "soap, r
"It's 10 feet long and seven feet
wide. You just sit on it and slid
up and down.'

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'Football Schedule

(Horn Ttam Listed First)
x-denotes night game
Thursday, Nov. 28

Albany St. vs. Fort, Valley
. Austin Peay St. vs. For Camp

bell
Benedict vs. South Carolina St
(Brown vs. Colgate
Chattanooga vs. Memphis St.
Cincinnati vs. Mis mi (O.)
Clark vs. Morris Brown
Denver vs. Wyoming
Dillard vs. Xavier (La.)
JiHardin Simmons vs. New Mex-
m ton A and M

rhumboldt St. vs. Lewis and Clark
Middle Tennessee St. vs. Tennes

see Tech
Morgan St. vs. Virginia St
No- Carolina A and T vs

Carolina College
Paine vs. Savannah St.
Pennsylavania vs. Cornell
Richmond vs. William and Mary
Tennessee St. vs. Kentucky St.
Texas A and M vs. Texas
Utah vs. Utah St.
V.M-I- vs. Virginia Tech (1)
Virginia Union vs. Hampton Ins Institute
titute Institute Wiley vs. Texas College

No.

Saturday, Nov. 30

Air Force
t. U.

Academy vvs. Colorado

Alabama vs. Auburn (2)
x-Arizona (Tempe) St. vs. Arizona
Army vs. Navy (3)
x-Claflin vs. Allen
Furman vs. Clemson
Georgia Tech vs. Georgia
x-Hawaii vs. San Jose St.
Holy Cross vs. Boston College
Louisiana St. vs. Tulano
x-Miami (Fla.) vs. Florida

Vocational vs. Texas

Mississippi

Southern
New Mexico vs. Brlgham Young
North Carolina vs. Virginia
Notre Dame vs. Southern California

Oklahoma vs. Oklahoma St.
Rice vs. Baylor

x-Southern U. vs. Prairia View

x Tampa vs. Florida St.

Tennessee vs. Vanderbilt
Texas Christian vs. So. Methodist
Wake Forest vs. South Carolina
Wichita vs. Tulsa

Posiblemente, Town s Wall,
Bacancito, Michiripa, Kadir,
Crews Hilt Germanio To Go

Eight of the President Remon racetrack's sec second
ond second and third series imported thoroughbreds will

match strides tomorrow afternoon in the annual

Firesmen's Corps Classic (Clasico Cuerpo de Bom Bom-beros)
beros) Bom-beros) over a distance of one mile and a quarter.
The owner of the winning horse will collect 65
per cent of the $3,000 added purse plus a beautiful
silver trophy.

HOO F B E AT S
By Conrado Sargeant

1 at Roanoke, Va.

2 at Birmingham. Ala.
3 at Philadelphia, Pa.

Panama City's three fire chiefs

Raul Arango, Luis Carlos En

dara and Tomas Gabriel Duque

will be the track's guests of
honor along with several other

visiting fire chiefs from neigh neighboring
boring neighboring Latin American countries,

A special handicap will also be
run for the visiting fire chiefs

and it will precede the big clas

sic whdeh is the final race on

the nine event card.

The classic is such a well

It's time to step up to

finer flavor

Four Room Bourbon time is now.
Don't bum another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
smoothness and richness of this
distinguished bourbon.

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FOUR

ROSES

"L jr I awoiie i'm

handicapped event that It is dif difficult
ficult difficult to name a prospective mu

tuels favorite. However, on the
basis of their most recent per

formances, Posiblemente and
Town's Wall should be the two

most heavily bet horses.
Town's Wall was an impressive

winner his last time out while

Posiblemente is fresh from two

consecutive wins. Kadlr has also
been performing well, as usual.

and will have the added advan advantage
tage advantage of newcomer Chilean rider
Gulllermo Rivera. The latter has
shown In his few appearances

locally that he knows his busi

ness aboard a horse.

Bacancito. an easy winner his

last time out, also figures to be

a strong factor both in the bet betting
ting betting and in the competition.
Crews Hill, Michiripa, Mossa Mossa-deq
deq Mossa-deq and Germanio are all rated
strong outside possibilities. Mos Mos-sadeq
sadeq Mos-sadeq and Michiripa are both
known to be partial to the dis distance
tance distance and could get up to sur surprise
prise surprise the favorites.
The "Visiting Firemen's Hand Handicap"
icap" Handicap" (Handicap Bomberos Visl-

tantes) is another prospective
thriller in which five of the six

scheduled starters rate a good
chance to win. They are Mlkel,

Plcudo, Coral, Mar Bravo and
Golden Corn II. Chlvlllngo,

wnicn goes in an entry with
Golden Corn IX, is apparently

not in winning shape.

Seven other prospective thrill thrillers
ers thrillers round out an attractive pro

gram.
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Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO

1 Canberwell Rlseal

2 Destelle Don Dani

3 Mayrita Pancho Lopes
4 El Pequefto Filon

S Radical Carmeltta

Zumar French Shoe
7 Golden Corn II Mar Bravo
8 Golden Wonder Toxic

9 Town's Wall Michiripa

The President Remon race

track stewards had a relatively

easy time over the past weekend

The Jockeys rode according to
Hoyle and consequently there

were no suspensions.

Horse owners also kept In line

and no fines were leviede but a

goodly number of horses were
suspended for either pulling up

lame or bleeding frem the nos nostrils.,
trils., nostrils., v
Camargo got four meets por-l

tal two and I Forget was ordered
to attend schooling because they

reiusea at tne start.
Hincapie, Hurling Park. Tin

gat and Resuelto were suspended

for 15 days each for pulling up
lame while tuesto and Golden
Moon got a like penalty for

bleeding from the nose.

Pavinetto and'Melllzo were set
down eight meets each for their

poor performances.
.oOo
Two newcomers are scheduled

to make their debut on Saturday
in a race for Imported non-winners,
scheduled as the second

race of the afternoon.

One of them, Recife, is a
three-year-old Chilean bred
black colt by Welsh Honey Honey-Reseca,
Reseca, Honey-Reseca, He is owned by the
Stud Buena Fe and trained by
Luis ; H. Farrugia. Fernando
Alvarez will ride the promis

ing youngster.

ras San Miguel, will be ridden

by Braullo Baeza.

Voltage, a two-year-old bay
Irish colt by- Le Lavandou out
of Sporting Chance; is working

out for his debut in the near fu
ture. He is the property of An
tonlo Torchla and is being read'

led by Gerardo Molina.

One of the large number of

native- thoroughbreds that will

soon break Into the local racing

picture is tne three-year-old

thoroughbred chestnut fillv Co

hete. She is a daughter of Dul-

La Feria' and is owned by the
Stud Los Vencedores. She Is be

ing trained by Roberto Zeballos.
oOo

Clybern was acquired by James
Silvera who will also train the

disappointing American filly. 1
Speedy and promising two-year-old
native filly Carmelita
returns to the races tomorrow
under pew ownership and
handling. The Stud Chabe is
Hated as her owner and Anto Antonio
nio Antonio Eskildsen does the train train-Ins;.
Ins;. train-Ins;. She has been burning up
the track during her early
morning workouts.

Rac

P.P. .Hart . Jockay St.

Commant

The other debutante Is a
three-year-old bay filly by com-bat-Dolaquick
named Quickie
This English-bred thoroughbred,

owned by tne Eieta brothers' Ha-

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NOTES

PEDRO MIGUEL
Besides winning a turkey, Les
Loga was declared high gun aft after
er after the smoke had cleared enough
to read his 48 x 30 score Sunday
at the Pedro Miguel trap range.
This proved to be the highest
handicap score shot this year,
which automatically puts him in
the blue ribbon class as the man
to beat.
Lee Carr could do no better
than a 42 from his added yard yardage
age yardage position.
Results follow:
Les Loga 19 yds 43 x 50
Maury Holmes 20 yds 47 x

50

W. E. Jones 20 yds 45 x

50

T. Stewart 20 yds 44 x 50
Lee Carr 19 yds 42 50
Lersy, Boostrom and son David

NEWS ROUNDUP Sbwlay
bicycle races still bo in Paris.

where this, rider peruses a

newspaper wnue continuing i

his whirl around the track.'

With no-hands nonchalance,
he pedals and ponders.

rounded out the shoot with hte
Boostroms showing considerable
improvement on Jtne second and
third strings.
Cali Jensen Jr. also won a tur turkey,
key, turkey, placing the pellet within the
charmed circle.

Newcomer Chilean iockev Gui

uermQ tivera, wno was trulV im

pressive with a victorious debut

aboard Bugaba last Saturday,
gets a chance to display his

wares tomorrow.

Rivera has four mounts on the

nine-race card. Three of them
Pancho Lopez, Carmelita and
Toxic are expected to go off
mutuels favorites. The other,

liaair, nas a gooa cnance of scor

ing an upset in the featured

?d,ooo added Firemen's Classic.

Paraiso Sports
Since the inception of the cur current
rent current intramural football league
being conducted on the Paraiso
Playground for boys attending the
local high rchool, or two sche scheduled
duled scheduled games were played, due to

wet grounds.
This circuit and the others for
girls and junior hieh students are

delayed, which makes the situa

tion a problem as far as getting
the youngsters into shape for the

forthcoming interscholastic series

slated to get underway next week.
To date, the Dodeers were a-

ble to take a 10 to 7 decision
from the Cardinals in the hieh

school circuit while ;the Yankees

aroppea tne Braves 10 to 1 in

the same loop.

1st Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Ffs. Purse $400

V 1KST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Panaaretta G. Sanchez 108 Could score 4gain r
2 Riscal S. Hernandez. lOlx Dangerous contender

Odds'

Fool Closes 1:01

3 Plcararo

4 Lanero 'r ...
5 Camberwell
6 Clybern
7 Cartlllero
8 Mezereum

A. Ycaza 110 Better chance now

J. Jimenez 112 Usually close up,
R. Vasquez 115 Jockey may help
A. Credldio 105 Would pay off
J. Phillips 112 Distance handicaps
C. Bovil 107 Rider handicaps

4- 1
5- 2
2- 1
3- 1
5-2
100-1
5-1
3-1

2nd Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.Purse $400
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes 1:31

1 El Fakir R. Vasquez 115
2 Matrlculado F. Alvarez 108
3 Coronation Day : Baeza 108
4 Destello G. Sanchez 113
5 Miss Patience S. Her. 105
6 Don Dani A. Credidio 108
7 Quiescence H. Ruiz 110

Improved n last 10-1
Will fight in out 2-1
Runs well for rider 3-1
Gets real test here 5-2
Should improve 4-1
. Can make it here 3-1

3rd Race, "G" Natives 5 Fgs. Purse $375

ONE TWC(
1 Mayrita f B. Baeza 110 Could go ill the way
2 Folletlto J. Talavera 107x-Back in good shape
3 Pancho Lopez G. Rivera 113 -Mutuels favorite
4 Nacho A, Ycaza 110 Usually dangerous
5 Sideral A. Vasquez 115 Will fight it out
6 Pichoto S. Hernandez 103x Ran well in last

Pool Closes 2:00

5-2
4-1
3- 2
4- 1
2-1
5- 1

4th Race, "H2a." Natives

5 Fgs. Purse
QUINIELA

$375

Pool Closes 2: S9

1 El Pequeno A. Gonzales 110 Distance to liking
2 Guacamaya Jose Rodri. 108 Usually disappoints
3 Fabionet J. Talavera 107x Good earlv snerf

4 Redondita A. Ycaza 112
5 Avispa G. Sanchez 118
fi Filon J. Avila 118
7 Golden Bound H. Ruiz 104

Bad legs may hamper
Another in-andoufer
Form indicates
Ran well last time

3-2
1:-1
10-1
3-1
51
2-1
5-2

5th Race,' "Hla." Natives 5 Fgs. Purse $375

Pool Closes 3:00

1 San Cristobal A. CredL 103 Poor recent races
2 Don Manuel A. Alfaro 102x Not in this distance
3 Mr. Jack J. Talavera 103x Nothing recently
4 Carmelita G. Rivera 115 Hard to catch here
5 Radical A. Vasquez 115 Form indicates
6 Bagdad S. Hernandez 112x Has late foot

' 30-1
20-1
15-1
KVN
EVEN
5-1

6th Race, 6ith Series Imp. 6 Fgs.Purs. $400 Pool Closes 3:45

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Ralero G. Montero
2 French Shoe A. Credidio

3 Febrerd II J. Phillips 110

4 y.umar
5 Elko
6 Blue Sky

lOfix Could reoeat 5-2
118 Will fight it out 2-1

Must improve first 4-1

B. Agulrre 120 Seeks repeat win 3-2
F. Hidalgo 110 Distance to liking 10-1
A. Vasquez 110 Best early foot 3-1

7th Race, 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $500

Pool Closes 4:13

2ND RACE OF. THE DOUBLE Visiting Bomberos Handicap

The delicate task of selectine

the male and female athletes of

the year for the "Most Athletic"

was accomplished this week after

a very careful survey of achieve

ments in the sports field in Pa

raiso. ihis annual event, which

has always been very keen, in

view of the large field of out

Standing allrounders, appeared con-

siaeraDiy tougn.

The distinction went to Elma

Stewart and Lionel Baldes, whose

serviceg tnrough several years w
considered Very invaluable. El

ma for several years has an

nexed the girls table tennis cham championship,
pionship, championship, a top representative on
the volleyball team, served in bis

roles on the girls Softball teams

and was a factor on several track

teams through the years.

Blades, for his part, rates a-

mong the best male athletes in

all sports around the area, and
this year was outstanding on the
volleyball and basketball teams.

high school table tennis knigpin

and was the decisive factor on the

l h School table tennis squad
that took the championship from
the Rainbow City High. These
selections were well received in
school circles as could be attested

by the various comments.

1 Mikel S. Carvajal 110
2 Plcudo iR. Vasauez ITS
3 Coral ; G- Montero 110
4 Mar Bravo F. Alvarez 110
5 (Chivilingo J. Gongora 118
6 (Golden Corn B. Baeza 110

Poor effort last
Good showing in last
rould surprise
Powerful contender
Nothing in months
Form indicates

8-1.-
2- 1 H
5-1
2t
3- 2
3-2

8th Race, "F" Natives 6 Fss. P"r. $375

.. QUINIELA
1 Ollmplco B. Aguirre 110 -Farly soeert onlv
2 Napa C. Qulros 107x Not with this rider
3 Tansanica A. Alfaro 102x Weak effort in last
4 Golden Wonder A. Vas. lift T,ast was revealing
5 Toxic G. Rivera 112 Jockey may heln
(Solito n. Paeza-JflS' ConM hnorove here
7 (Ika J. Talavera 103x Nothing to indicate

Pool Closes 5:00

10-1
50-1
5-1
EVEN
3-2
3-1
3-1

9th Race, 114 Mile
BOMBEROS CLASSIC

Purse $3000 Pool Closes 5:45
ONE TWO

1 Town's Wall G. Sanchez 120 Hard to beat here 2-1
2 Crews Hill B. Baeza 112 Has excellent workouts 5-1
3 Posiblemente F. Alvarez .108 Was never better 21
4 Mossadeq R. -vasquez 114 gates good chance 4-1
5 Bacancito J.jlodriguez 116 Will fight it out 5-2
6 Michiripa B. Aguirre 108 Could get up now 4-1
7 (Germanio A. Credidio 106 Has fast preos 3-1
8 (Kadir G Rivera 114 Distance to liking 1 3-1

Editor; Conrado' sargeant

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DOUBLES
1st, 2nd 6th. 7th RACES
ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES

TTJME IFEmiEMIEM9S (CdDlBIPS

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QUINTELAS
4lh and 8th Races

FIREMEN'S CORPS CLASSIC
9th RACE PURSE $3,000.00 1-14 MILE ONE-TWO

1. TOWN'S WALL (1)
2. CREWS HILL (2)
3. POSIBLEMENTE (4)
4. MOSSADEQ (S)
5. BACANCITO .(6)
6. MICHIRIPA .(8)
7. (GERMANIO (3)
8. (KADIR (7)

G. Sanchez 120
B. Baeza 112
F. Alvarez 108
R. Vasquez 114
J. Rodriguez 116
B. Aguirre 108
A. Credidio 106
G. Rivera 114

VISITING FIREMEN'S HANDICAP
7th RACE IMPORTED 7 FGS. PURSE $500.00
SECOND RACE OF THE DUPLETA
1. MIKEL ....(1) S. Carvajal 110
2. PICUDO (2) R. Vasquez ..... 115
3. CORAL .(3) G. Montero 1.... 110
4. MAR BRAVO (6) F. Alvarez .... . 110
5. (CHIVILINGO .......(4) J. Gongora ...... 118
6. (GOLDEN CORN .(5) B. Baeza ....... 110

COLON:
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. of our patrons we are
now operating both at
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CHILDREN ARE NOT
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1957

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Tangle v4f i4pe Bravo Gym Tonighti

Trophies Donated For Both
Winner; Loser Of Contest

Tonight at 8, a basketball game will be held in
the Claudia Lowe Gymnasium of the Abel Bravo Col College,
lege, College, Colon, between the cadets of the Fort Gulick

Ar,my School and the Guaracheros.

ty paripfc have on their team

roster Olympic cagers who are
an irt their resDective South

The Guaracheros five is a col

legiate all star aggreg.uu,
which has won almost every bas basketball
ketball basketball title. Including the Pres Presidential
idential Presidential Classics from as far
back as the regime of Dr. Arnul Arnul-f
f Arnul-f o Arias. This contest will be one
of the Guaracheros' most gruel gruelling:
ling: gruelling: testa, as the Gulick quintet
is well balanced with exception exceptional
al exceptional defensive and offensive play-
A 1 trophy will be awarded to
the winner by Manuel Charris.

"manacer of the National Lottery

nffixe In Pnlnn.

Joseph Harrington, manager of

the Pfizer interamexican uurp.,

has donated a consoiauon iro iro-phy.
phy. iro-phy. Carl Ender, manager of the
Gallito Cigarette distributors,
donated the sweaters for the
Guarachero five.

Tlt.n relis. inspector

v w j

general of the Colon secret po police,
lice, police, will throw the first ball.

Admisson will De iree.

gates of the gym will be- open
from 6:30 p.m. to facilitate the
t.nrc whn wish to

go early to get good seats.

Clayton Open Golf Tourney
to Get Underway Friday

TL. A Mtfi1 tTWf Plavtnn HnMI

4, lip niuiuu vju" vr"m
flnt Hhrnvrtninnmhin will h hftlrl

at the Fort -Clayton Golf Course
. . XT . in 1

during ine periou oi nuv. nuu

Dec. 23. .

The tournament will consist oi
72 holes of medal play with 18
holes being "layed on 1, 8, 15 and
22, respectively. W'thin the tour tournament,
nament, tournament, there will be a maU? and
female division. V
Tlight alignment and starting
times in the male division are as

follows:

Fourth Flight Dee. 1
Jansen-Turner-Jacobsen -- 0800
Kelly-SavageSlnger "810,
Walton-Hanlen-Watson Leheny

0820 4

Third Flight
Taffe-Hill, D-Matasic 0830 ?
Ortiz-Smeraglia Simpson -- 0840
Coleman-Williams Almeda Mi

lam 0850

MAJOR LEAGUE
Teams W
Pan American Jets 32W
Seymour Agency 29
Fuerza y Luz 27V4
El Rancho 24
R. C. Ne-Hi 20
Europea Furniture 19

H I. Homa Co. 17

L
15V4
19
20V4
24
28
29

31

Five leading averages 'Coffey

194, Baker 191. Cascio, JJunes
187 Lane 18.5
This week's 600 Elite Society
Todd 621, Kunkel 652, Richardson
613, Balcer 638.
225' or hetter Honor Roll Lo Lo-wande
wande Lo-wande 236, Albritt.m 225, Todd
236, Richardson 220. Balcer 234.
In the major league Tuesday
night at Diablo, one oddity stood
out like a sore thumb. Six bowl

ers had a shot at the three of a
kind ABC paten but no one came
through. Rollie Gleichman had two
204 games, Bill Jamison two 171,
Al Minor two 170, Bob Morrow
two 186, and Art Graham two 168,
bt all missed the patch in the
third game.
Pan American Jtts 1
Finrza y Lui 1V
The Pan American Jets kept on
top of the league, but only in the
middle game did they roll over
the opposing Fuerza y Luz Kilo Kilowatts,
watts, Kilowatts, whose power was complete completely
ly completely shut off in th? second game
and they took a terrific shellack

ing by 7 pins. In the lid lifter, a
9-pin fall on the last roll for both

wande caused a deadlock and
point for each club.
In the third game the Fuerza -Luz
Kilowatts siepped up fhtir
voltage, just enough to shoch the
loop leaders by three pins. Both
Kilowatts and the Jets lost ground
tn. Covmmip in hp runnerun SDOt.

Mike Nunes piloted the Jets with
576 and the league prexy Rollie

Gleichman was the Kilowatts high

est with 564.

Seymour Agency 3
Lucky Strike 1
Sevmour opened the evening hos:

tilities by stomping all over the
r 11.W Ktrilre -i!arete Thev oro-

wuvnj u ... o
ceeded to torment the Strikers in

the next chapter r.y nuaging

tViom with .a turn nin win.

In the third, they bettered their
previous scores, ijut lost the point,

because the Lucky Strike put on
a spurt and beat Seymour by 27
maples. Chuck Bowers the Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Comet collected 582 set for
Seymours, end Dick Soyster with
his 576 was the best in the peak
of Lucky Strikes.
El, Rancho 4 H. I. Homa 0
A happy time- was had by the
El Ranchos who were spearhead spearheaded
ed spearheaded by two celebrants, Ed Kunkel
and Knh Richardson took all four

points from the contractors of H.

I. Homa. xnis meani mat me

Ranphitn "limbed into fourth

the

in

tin,, for th F.I Ranchos. but It

was a gloomy evening for the Ho

ma lads, who are loagea in
cellar. ..

ii,. unms'c fimn was Bud Hal

111 t. ii""' w r
r' Kis spt. But even here, the

u. n m am nut ftprnnd best be

k.o fh Kunkel literally fired

hie hair fnn a 652 series and the

tL. hnt niimhsp fur tn v.1 Kan

UU1G 11UV - (
cho was Bob Richardson s merry

613.

R. C.
EuroF'ia

a-yiu i an uii in c io.i. twi "u"' i ,
anchor men, Gleichman and Lo- place. It may have been happy

NBA Agrees Martinez Would
Have Been RP Bantam Champ
If He Had Beaten Bourne

I By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
An official of the National Boxing Association agreed
in a letter received today, that the Panama Boxing Com Commission
mission Commission acted correctly in ruling that if bantamweight
challenger Ciaudio Martinez had defeated former cham champion
pion champion MelvinfioVne at the National Gym Nov. 17, Martinez

would have been the new title holder.

Fred J. Saddy, former exec executive
utive executive secretary and ratings
chairman of the NBA, made
the statement In a letter to
Jefferson Joseph, vice-president
of the Colon Boxing .Com .Commission,
mission, .Commission, who had asked tne
NBA for n opinion on the
Panama decision
ti 'Martinez, signed

o fight a 15-round champion-

hip bout at the bantamweignt
lmit of 118 pounds. However,
iourne weighed 123 li pounds to
Martinez' 1174-
Immediately after the weigh weigh-a
a weigh-a the Commission 'ruled that
iourne had' lost his title on the
cales and that Martinez would
recognized as the new ban ban-am
am ban-am king If he beat Bourne.

No-Hi 4
Furniture 0

with their rantain Chuck Alme

da on the injured list, The R. C
xt.-u;. cent him a bunch, of cheer

1.1. 1HU
'em-up posies in the form of vour

beauUful fragrant pomu, i u c b
I.... nnint, 11701 ril'KI(I from U)(

Eurooean Furniture stackers, ana

enabled the Ne-Hi to vacate tne

cellar for the nrsi time mis sea

son. Furthermore, tney snoi up
two notches and are now in sixtn

place.
There was no doubt about any
. .u. Anmoa hnrausA the EurO-

ui iiic 6.i""t j
pea boys were outclassed by the
l.f ArkMnO men. Al Todd tum

BUlt Hi .11.W..C
ed in a good 621 Ne-Hi set, and

the best furniture furnished wai
-D.V TnlanHe KAR Thl hcatjn2

knocked down the Furnitures tnto

seventh place omy one out oi m

basement.

WOMtN'S INTERSERVICB

T TV L.

Reachoombers

Rqdmen Wrens
Army MRU
W(h)ales
Nw iRlne Devils

Albrook Flyerettes

30
26
19
18
14

13

f -1
u i
f "7

r - j

. MELVIN BOURNE ;"
...ex-champ.,.
Melvln scored a bloody sev-

ltn-round TKO win when tne

CLACDIO MARTINEZ
... leading contender...

over the right eye. from possible

permanent injury.

Tt. tfi neen areuea in buuic

fleht- circles tht Martinez

should not he consideren cnamp
if he had won. slncf his, onno-

nnt was not the title holder

WQn h cliTihed lntn the rlig.

Sandy's 1-Mer sfl: i
rhallenrer tn a champlonsblii
boot irakes the weirbt and the

rhimnlon i oTeTwelrnt. tne

champion W oTerweifni.
challenter becomes ehampUn 3Ungels S12.

in we. rijwK....
'Twas two nights before Thanks

giving and all through the oowi oowi-ing
ing oowi-ing house at the 15 Naval Distrct,
the gals were knocking down the
pins in quest of our turkeys and
a nutty fruit cake. Lugging home
the spoils in the form of plump
birds were Lena Caley for Hi Set,
Helen Glud runnerup, Joyce Ba Ba-der
der Ba-der for high game and Ruby Leh Lehman
man Lehman runnerup m same event.
The fruit cake tid bit went to

Jo Andrews.

Beachcombers 4 vnjaies
while the Reaphi-r.mbers Were

n ...
shooting for the turkeys, they did

not lose slgnt oi.meir ouier vbjkk vbjkk-tive.
tive. vbjkk-tive. namely to stay in first

place. This latter aim was attain-

ed by Knocxmg on iomu
W(h)ales for all four points.
This match produced two gob

bler winners, Helen Glud with a

588 for the BeaencomDers ana
Ruby Lehman for the W(h)ales.
Althoush the 'combers took all

four points they were mighty

thankful tor tne tnree pin win m

the second ana iz pin gam in ma
closing game. Rolling in tough
lunir wan Rlaine Bliss of the

W(h)ales with 511. Ruby's series

was 540.

Redman Wrens 4
. Navy Bio? Devils 0 V
CtinVine- An the- tail nf the

Tteaphrnmhera in the runnerup Spot

land waiting for the 'combers to

falter were t nenign nying wrens

who journeyed over to tneir west
Bank nests in Rodman with one
deceased turkey, and four big

points. 2je Navy Blue Devils

nearly spouea tne iruve occann
thai Wren Her ana the latter

took the last two games by close

margins, one ny 13 ana me omer

bv 25.

This match, had more 500 se-
riea -than the other fOUT tea IBS

put together. The ladies were
really working hard to bring
home the Thanksgiving dinner.
For. the- Wrens, Judy Richards
540, Betty Mustain 504, Shirley
Sass 522 and turkey winner Ina
r'.Unr (M Fa the Tthie Devilf It

was Bernice Roberts 504 and Myrt

If he Minii the match. It would

not be fair te penalise him as
he has lived t his agree agreement.
ment. agreement. If the challenger lces
or rets draw, he becomea the

l"adinv contender lor tne Ti

tle

tie..:." 5 v. was also rejoicing
The Panama Commission Ms Keeana theii

w .... .iveuif

already approved a title doui

between Martinez ana :rou idr idr-rra
rra idr-rra for Jan. 19. 195f.
Anurt from losinir 'the crOWTl

he held for over five years, ces$ threw a scare when they

Bourne also paid a $100- weifrht went down in the middle game by

Army MRU 4 Albrook Flyers I

The Army MRtj climbed one

notch in the league standing by

bombing down the -Flyerettes to

the tune of four to notmng. inere
. ilm feininintf in the MRU'S

camp because their gal Joycs Ba-

der got a bird with a 547 series.

For tne empty nanaea riyer riyer-ettes.
ettes. riyer-ettes. Janet Preston pried loose

508 series. The Albrook prin

Second Flight
Hawkinson-Travii Ra

0900

Messner-Reish-Voth 0910
LoiunsLaming-M&nsfield 0920
Oleen-Larsen-Stnvepson 0930
First Flight
Bishop-Barger-Johnson, Sr looc
Knoll-Clover-Strom 1010
Jchieger-Cheney Dooly 1020
Coffman-BinderSi'va 1030
Turko-Marietta-Cavanaugh 104C
May-Harrison-Jacks 1300
Hearne-DougleWicz Jaggers
1310
Connor-Vintes-Shank Erhalt
1320 r
Kirklev BvariBrcwn a n n A.

nough 1335
In the ladies division, play will
begin Friday, Nov. 29 at 0830.

1 ugnt angnment and starting times
are as follows:
Laming-Ramsey Barger 0830
DaVidson-Weinshdbaum Mans

field 0845

Weir-Morrissey Twombly 0900
Walton-Schreckengast H a r r i-son-Kiiaren
0915
Johnson-Turner-Hill Rosers

0930

Play will be governed by USGA
ules as modified by course rules.
All players must report to the
)fficial starter ten minues prior
.'.o scheduled tee off. Play will
start at the No. 1 tee only. Play Players
ers Players are reauested to be Dunctual.

15 minute delay constitutes
pounds for disqualification.
Scorecards must be signed, at at-ested,
ested, at-ested, and turned in tj the offi official
cial official scorer at the completion of
sach 18 holes of play.
On tournament dates, the course
will be open to tournament play players
ers players only.

Further information may be

obtained from Sgt. Hill at the Ft.
Clayton Golf Course, 87-3226.
Pacific Cricket
League Meeting

All cricketers are kindly asked
to attend a general meeting to
discuss plans for the coming sea season
son season at the La Boca Ball Park on
Friday Nov. 29 at 4:30 p.m.

Doctors Say Manlle
Is 'A-1' Physically
NEW YORK,- Nov. 27 (UP)
The New York Yankees were as assured
sured assured by doctors at the Mayo
Clinic in RochesterrMinn to today
day today that slugger Mickev Mantle
is in A-1 physical condition.
The American League's most
valuable player the last two
years, Mantle finished the regu regular
lar regular 1957 season with a varletv of
ailments and saw only limited
duty in the World Series against

the Milwaukee Braves.
But the Yankees revealed yesl

terday that the Mayo Clinic doc doctors,
tors, doctors, report Mantle's condition
tion generally good." The Yan Yankeespokesman
keespokesman Yankeespokesman said Mantle's
painful shin splits were reported
"okay" and that the injury to

nis right snoulder, suliered dur during
ing during the World Series, is also

healed.
JONES MEETS VAUGHN
NEW YORK (VP) Tiger Jones

of Yonkers, N. Y., will meet Wil

lie Vaughn of Los Angeles at Ma Madison
dison Madison Square Garden next Friday
night in a substitute bout for the
originally scheduled one between

Paolo Rost ind Johnny Busso.

Beer Suds

by brewmaster

The following is the dope on

imported players to be used by

the Cerveza Balboa Ball Club

this season:
Bill Shields: Outfielder, play

ed with Amarlllo of the Western

League. Bats right, throws right
and has a very strong arm. Hit
.328. 78 RBI's. Spray hitter, hit

eight homers.
Floyd Robinson: Centerfield

er for San Diego of the Pacific
Coast League. Open Classifica Classification.
tion. Classification. Bats left, throws right.

Batting second in the Padres'
batting order, he finished with
an. average of .306 which is ex

cellent, considering the fine
pitching displayed in the Coast
circuit this season. Batted in 87
runs and had a total of 18 home
runs.
Lev Spencer; Righthanded
pitcher from the Appalachian
League, won 14, while losing 11,
with the fine earned run aver aver-aee
aee aver-aee of 2.79. Led league in strike

outs with a total of 194. A work workhorse
horse workhorse as is indicated by the 213
frames in which he toiled. 1

Dave Benedict: Left handed
pitcher with last place Louisville
of the American Association.
Highly rated and recommended
by Clarence Moore.
Roosevelt Evans: Right hand handed
ed handed pitcher with Knoxville of the
Sally League. Finished with a
record of 12 wins, against eight
defeats. I(

Manager Leon Kellman ha,
received a letter from Alex Pom-?,
pez, general manager of the Wil Willie
lie Willie Mays Stars and chief of the
San Francisco Giants scouting

organization in the Latin Amer American
ican American circuit. Pompez expressed

the desire of naming the local

mentor as a Giant scout in Panama.

The neermen continue to work

out whenever the weather .per--mits
on the Atlantic Side. So far.
manager Kellman has stated
that he is pleased with the show show-inr
inr show-inr nf the ninh in nractlce ses

sions and hopes that with some

or tne nusue aispiayea laoi oc oc-.nn
.nn oc-.nn the combination of beer and

baseball will continue to spell,.

victory,

CARTA

1 T

W1EJA

1957
1958

Mint

' m i in i if

r aaa ear e Ma. i

BOb AYLMER
Righthanded Pitcher

P

fit'

CARL DUSER
Lefthanded Pitcher

JIM UMBRICHT
Righthanded -Pitcher

BILL' FRANCO
Righthanded Pitcher

OlH

CHET BOAK
Second Base

fiW4i

BOB BARRON
Shortstop
I

M- 5

fP ',

DON DECROOTE
Outfielder

JERRY DAVIE

Righthanded Pitcher

Pitt

LEROY "Whitey" SCHMIDT
Outfielder

BILL SHANTZ
Catcher and Manager

JOHN KROPF,
Outfielder

TONY BARTIROME
First Base

9m!- iinmi.Kiwm f
-
fcn ii Tit ,t sJUf A. J

.-y. vy. : : x y

, e am :

LV IE

SPIDER WILHELM
Shortstop and Utility

FRANCIS "Corky" CLAMP
Utility Infielder-

JIM HENDRICKS
Third" Base

1 UU11U 1 Will W11C1I il OUUIUC aiov paiu n iw wcih Weill iivwh ui uic uuuuw em" "J
ght was halted to protect Clau-i forfeit and a $25 fine meted out 5 pins, but the other emes were
. V. a ) 41 f-nmMtMn W . .wave fn- 4he f I? T T

, Joseph Anthony Nachio General Manager v
mnMola ucoMra, s. a.

OA YID, R. de P.

who suffered an ugly cut. 'by the Commission..

I run awayt for the MRUs-



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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER tt, IM1
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CLASS I FIE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
'J V
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
Miscellaneous

D S

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Resorts

Baldwin'! furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
SHAPNEL'S 'furnished homes, on
beach. Phone Thopmion, Balboa
1772.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach Home. Ona mil part the
Caiino. Phona Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocoanildo Cortege
Santa Clare. Box 1890 Pane Pane-ma.
ma. Pane-ma. R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal J-147J.
Houses
FOR RENT: New apartment,
three bedroom, like chalet, all
last floor, porch, hot water, two
service, near Maria Inmaculada
College. Another one very large,
two bedroom, etc. Reasonable
pricei. Mexico Ave. 69. From 9
to 4 daily.
FOR RENT: Three completely
(unlisted chalets 48th, street No.
25. Two departments, one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, one furnished. Via Porras
No. 64. For information in the
last apartment of the house or
call Tel. 3-0318.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
room. Private bathroom and en entrance.
trance. entrance. Cooking facilities. 43rd n
Street No. 13.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Commercial site
just built in Peru Ave. op opposite
posite opposite Ministario Hacienda y Te Te-soro.
soro. Te-soro. For information Quijano.
Phona 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Locale of office
across from Hotel Panama-Hilton
in "Gloriela" building. Airconoi Airconoi-tiening
tiening Airconoi-tiening and lamps available
cheap. Please inquira next door
at Foto Halcon. Call 3-6082 or
3-1179.
FOR RENT: For business or of offices
fices offices on 4th of July Ave. No. 19.
aix rooms, two baths, largo porch
and a display window. Phona 2'
0335 or 2-1083.
FOR RENT: Commercial site.
Justo Arasemena Ave. 37-11.
For information Novedades El Si Si-glo.
glo. Si-glo. 1951 OLDSMOBILE 4 door
88 Radio $525.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1953 PONTIAC 2 door
Radio 2 tone $895.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1950 LINCOLN 2 door
Radio $395.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1952 OLDSMOBILE 98
4 door $795.00
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1956 FORD 4 door
Radio 88 $1950.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1958 FORD Conv. Radio
V8 $1995.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1950 CHEVROLET Cony.
Radio PG $450.00
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1954 FORD 2 door
$975.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7010.
1954 FORD hardtop
Radio $1250.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
I53 HILLMAN Cony.
$555.00.
COLT. M MOTORS
TeL 3-7010

Apartments

ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, be, cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: In house under
construction, that will be ready
before the and of the month of
November, moderns apartments
2 bedrooms with sliding doors,
closets, maid's room with serv service,
ice, service, washtubs inside the
apartment, garage, etc. For $125
and $150, 45 Street East and
usto Aroscmana corner. Informa Information
tion Information Quijano. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Beautifully deco decorated
rated decorated apartment, 3 bedrooms,
completely furnished. Informa Information
tion Information calla 3-0581 from 5-7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, 1 bedroom, living-dining
room $60.00 and $70.00.
House No. 4-166 45th street
East. For information Quijano.
Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartments
ments apartments in Cangrejo, maid's room
and garage. $105.00 located in
Eusebio A, Morales Ave. For in information
formation information Quijano, phona 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment $80.00 in "Ana" building
No. 14, Ricardo Arias Street
(Campo Alegre). Information
Quijano 8th St. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
room apartment $75.00. House
No. 22. 44th St. East, "Florida"
building. For information. Quija Quijano,
no, Quijano, 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: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living, diningroom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, bath and garage, all screen screened.
ed. screened. Call 2-0326 or 3-1960.
FOR RENT: 3 and 2 bedroom
apartments, living, dining, ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's quarters, bathtub,
elevator, garage; wonderful View
of the bay, at the 4th and 5th
floor of a brand new 5 story
apartment building in Campo A A-legra,
legra, A-legra, 50th Street corner of Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel do- Icasa. Call office hours
3-4994 for appointment.- Apart?
menfs will be ready on Nov. 36.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one air-conditioned bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, garage, hot water, screen screened.
ed. screened. Call 2-0326 and 3-1960.
FOR RENTi Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment independent, living dining
room, two bedroom, stove, refri refrigerator.
gerator. refrigerator. Bella Vista 43-64.'
FOR RENT: Apartments in new
concrete building 1st Street,
Chanis Place, Rio Abajo. Tel. 2 2-1650.
1650. 2-1650. FOR RENT: Apartment. Justo
Arosemena Ave. 37-11. For in information
formation information 37th. Street No. 4-23.
Real Estate
Florida's finest Trailer Sites
beautifully wooden 80 by
100 feet. Payable $20 Cash and
$20 monthly. Famous Panama
City Gulf Resort Area. Excellent
hunting, fishing, all sports. Also
Lovely Wooden Homesites low
prices, easy terms. Booklet FREE.
David Wood, Fountains, Florida.
Fabrics
Curtains & Drapery
Venetian Blinds
Slip-Covers
"DECORACIOHES
ROBERTO"
34904
6
-J LB) .tat
Win $1,500.00
in oar Xmas
Raffle
PETTO
Tropicana
4th of July Ave. and "H" St.

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LEAVE root AD WITH ONE Or OVB AGCNTS OI OUB OFFICES AT l.-ir ftTBEET, PANAMA LIBBER! PRECIADO"-T Btreet Na. U I AOENClAs
INTERNAL Ofc PUBIJCACIONrOS-No S lx.il.i-, Pl.u CA8A ZALDO-Ontral Ave. S LOUBDKS JHArXMACV-182 U CJaul" Jf..,
BARDO No U "B" Street a MORRISON 41b of Jul Ave. i St LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tvoli No. FABMACIA ES1ADOS imiDOS let Central Ave
fARMACIA LUX-IM Central Avenue HOUHKHOI.D EXCHANGE J Fa. 4e la Ona Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY-Jn(o Arwemena .J""!,
VAN -DER-J IS ofl Street No U FARMACIA EL BA TURBO feign Utevre 1 Street FARMACIA "SAS" Via Forres 111 NOVEDADES ATHIS BeeM
tb Bella VUta Theatre, a COLON: Central Aveno 11.185 TeL 431

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile,
convertible $150.00 down. Will
finance, Balboa 3050.
FOR SALE: 1950 Packerd 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, Sedan, ( cyl. $150.00.
Phone 2-2804.
FOR SALE: 1951 Pontiac
Tudor Sedan, 8 Cyl. Phone Fort
Clayton 2283.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet 2 2-door
door 2-door sedan, two tone, 5 new
tires, excellent condition
throughout. Must be seen to be
appreciated. Asking $875 but
will accept best offer. Home 6 6-474,
474, 6-474, Office 2-2731.
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick Special
convertible, duty paid, continen continental
tal continental spare 21x50 will trade 08 08-445
445 08-445 Gulick.
FOR SALE: Station wagon
Chevrolet 1955, d'uty paid. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Panama 3 3-6105.
6105. 3-6105. NIKON
, Cameras
St
9 1. 1. nun
(Across Banco Naciottal)
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM rtlDCiE
Oeneral Agent
Gibraltar rife Ins. Co.
for rales and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
leading
CAMERAS,
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 .IAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
$190.00
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
13 Top Officials
Of Union Resign
To Appease AFL-CIO
WASHINGTON, Nov. 27 (UP)
Thirteen top officials of the Dis Distillery
tillery Distillery Workers Union today bowed
to an AFL-CIO clean-up order and
resigned. The move paved the way
for election of new officers at a
special convention here.
Those resigning were Joseph D.
O'Neill, of Chicago, and George
J. Oneto, of Union City, N. J.,
both of whom claimed the union
presidency, and the union's 11 ex executive
ecutive executive board members.
One o' the board members, Vice
President John T. McKiernan, of
Louisville, Ky., said he would run
for the union's presidency on a
"e'ean-up" platform.
Both O'Neill and Oneto have
been accused of violating AFL -CIO
standards in administering
union welfare funds. AFL-CIO
sources said that neither O'Neill
nor Oneto would be acceptable as
union officers.
Peter M. McGavin. AFL-CIO
monitor of the distillery workers
af airs, presided at the special
convention cal'ed to eliminate cor corrupt
rupt corrupt influence from the 25,000 25,000-member
member 25,000-member union.
He read a message from AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO President George Meany
which said the convention was
called to "give the rank-and-file
members of this union an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to clean house."
Meany's letter to the 350 con convention
vention convention delegates said the union
membership wanted a clean un union,
ion, union, "a model of decency and de democracy
mocracy democracy . that is whit the
AFL-CIO wants."
The distillery, workers were
placed on probation by the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO Executive council last May
following disclosures of alleged
"kickbacks" by a Senate subcom subcommittee.
mittee. subcommittee. The union also was censured
for not taking drastic action
j against former Secretary-Treasur
er Sol Qlento, o New York, ic ic-rusvd
rusvd ic-rusvd of m-fivins? a half million
do.lars is "kickbacks" through un

Home Articles

FOR SALE) 4 piece living room
set consisting of 2 chairs and 2
sectional pieces. Color char chartreuse.
treuse. chartreuse. Custom built in Panama.
$145.00. Tiyoli Hotel 2-2111.
Room 216.
FOR SALE.- 1957 Ken more
SuoSomateC laundromat $120;
Eleven piece Chinese dining
room set, $300; four burner
electric stova $50,00 Call after
6 p.m. 3 -3319.,
FOR SALE: Complete double
beds from $29.00. Army type
cots wo mattress $6.95. Maho Mahogany
gany Mahogany dining table 4 chairs $30.
Brand naw dinette sets (6 pc).
Your choice of colors $79.95.
aluminum folding chairs $9.50.
Basket chairs $9.95. Wrought
iron dining table 6 chairs $99.
Bunk bads $39.00. Many other
bargains in new and used furni furniture.
ture. furniture. HX-Household Exchange.
41 Auto Row. We pay cash for
your old furniture. Tel. 3-4911
t 3-7348.
Along The Fairways
NATIONAL DISTILLERY
TOURNAMENT
The National Distillery, home
of Agewood, sponsored tournament
at (Gamboa) was completed this
week and the prizes were present
ed by the Club President, Mr.
Jenner.
Thfi nr7P nan li fnllmi,e. T
1 w ho ivuvffo. A
rantie received the championship
tup ana ajso a case ot assorted
Droducts from Nai inn a 1 Tli cf i 1 1 avi oc
for being the winner of the first
flight Peavley won 6 bottles of
assoi tea uquor ior runner-up prize
of 1st flight Wldborn won full
case of assorted liquors for 2nd
flight winner. Scott won 6 bottles
for runner up in 2nd flight.
Lincoln won the women's cham championship
pionship championship cup and also the full
case of liquor for the winner of
the flight. McCue von 6 bottles
for runner up of the flight.
Askew was the medalist and re received
ceived received a full case of assorted bot bottles.
tles. bottles. One bottle of liquor was present presented
ed presented tp the following for the spot
prizes: Claire, Clements, Chris Chris-tiamsen,
tiamsen, Chris-tiamsen, Rogers, Mercer, Wiggs,
Pullen, Jacks, Foster, Schultz, Da Daniel,
niel, Daniel, C'oureville, Mancinelli, Lew Lew-ter
ter Lew-ter and Engelke.
On behalf of the Club and the
members who participated in the
tournament, we all want to thank
the National Distilleries for the
eenerous nrizes nnrl Kn want tn
thank George Dilfer who made
the tournament possible. See you
an again next year
AMADOR WOMEN'S
GOLF NEWS
In the regular weekly tourna tournament
ment tournament held at Amador Golf Clut
last week Irene Robinson scored
a neat 80 to cop low gross. In
the first flight May Askew won
with a net 70. Laure Hoson and
Sylva Carpenter tied for the se
cond spot in this flight.
In the second flight, Val Lucas
and Jean Sullivan were tied for
first place with scores of 70.
Ethel Perantie won the prize
for putting usinz but 30 nutts
on her round.
Due to the Thanksgiving holi holiday
day holiday there will be no Ladies' day
tournament this week. On Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Dec. 5, the committee has
arranged a special turkey shoot.
After the morn'ng tournament,
there will be a luncheon at the
Fort Amador Officer's Club: Prizes
will be awarded fo- the Club,
Championship and the Ringer tour tournaments
naments tournaments just completed. There
will also be an election of a new
committee for the Amador Wo Women's
men's Women's Golf Association.
Anyone wishing to make reser reservations
vations reservations for this luncheon may cal
Margaret Hasting at Clayton-313
or Marge Seveil at Fort Amador Amador-4196.
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Tomorrow!
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Philc. TV portabla
60 cycla, beat offar. Phone, 25 25-3541.
3541. 25-3541. FOR SALE: Refrigerator, wash washing
ing washing machine, law pricey (lightly
used. Panama Radio Corporation.
Tel. 2-3364 Avanida 9-13.
FOR SALE; 1949 Oldsmobile
with hydramatic, good .running
condition and good tires. $325.
Living room furniture, divan and
three chairs, upholstered new
slip covers. One chair, mahogany
frame with upholstered cushions,
S50.00. Wold sell separately.
Mahogany desk. Miscellaneous
household items. Phone 5-481,
house 263-B, Gatun.
FOR SALE: Two 1 HP. air air-conditioners
conditioners air-conditioners 115 volt. 60 cycle.
Ideal for Coco Solo Housing.
Can be seen at 311-A. Coco
Solo. Used only three months.
FOR SALE: Portabla ice chest,
(picnic) new. Mahogany cabinet
bar, 42x42x18. Cherry wood sil silver
ver silver chest, 36x24x14. Call at
house 1540 Apt. B, Mango St.
Balboa or Phone 2-3635.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"xl2"
t2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco & Alfareria, S.
A., yis Espafia No. 37-40.
Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 60 cy cycle
cle cycle Frigidaire, 9 cubic feet, good
condition. Price $75. Heme 6 6-474,
474, 6-474, Office 2-2731.
FOR SALE: Furniture In perfect
condition CHEAP: Vanity $15;
child's wardrobe, $15; sofa, $10;
upholstered overstuffed chair,
$5; 2 upholstered chairs, $4
each, 2 corner tables 5, each;
telephone 3-6050.
FOR SALE: Modernized buffet
- mahogany $30. Porch screens,
cheap. Remington Automatic 30 30-06
06 30-06 Lee Dot Scope, Buehler
Mounts, all new $150.00. Balboa
4455.
CFII To Broadcast
Cornell. Penn Grid
Classic Tomorrow
This Caribbean Forces Network
has announced that the Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Day pigskin classic. Cor Cor-tipII
tipII Cor-tipII vs the tiniversitv of Penn-
svlvania, -will be broadcast over
CFN-radio commencing at 1:15
Thursday afternoon.
The annual holiday game
which has been a rivalry meet
ing since before the turn of the
19th Century will be played H
Franklin Field, Philadelphia. For
the past three years Cornell has
pulled Tepeat p e r f ormances
turning back the Quaker State
grldman, 20-7 last year, 39-7 in
'55 and 2(K6 in the 1954 clash.
Caribbean Forces Network has
announced the; following radio
and television schedule:
RADIO
Nov. 28: Cornell vs. Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania at 1:15 p.m. (Thanksgiving
Day).
Nov. 30: Army vs. Navy at 1:15
p.m., followed by the University
of Southern California vs. Notre
Dame.
Dec. 1: San Francisco Forty
Niners vs. New York -Giants at
3:00 p.m.
Dec. 4: Basketball: New York
Knickerbockers vs. Cincinnati
Royals at 1 p.m.
TV
Nov. 30: Illinois vs. U.CL.A. at
2:30 p.m.
Dec. 1 : Greerr Bay Packers vs.
New York Giants at 3 p.m.
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Tyrone Power in
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Johnny Desmond in
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FOR SALE: The "Peri-Winkle"
16' outboard boat 25 HP. motor,
remote controls, collapsible top,
trailer and winch, all in excellent,
condition, phone, Kobbe 3247.

Surplus Military Items Up For Bid
At Corozal Include Pillows. Bikes

The USARCARIB property dis disposal
posal disposal Gj-ucer aiuiouui.es mat invi invitations
tations invitations to Did tor tne purcnase Oi
iniee iois oi surplus property wiju
be opened in the bid room, Uuild Uuild-in
in Uuild-in g iUo, Corozal Uenerai Depot
uiiiing ihe morning Oi Dec. lb.
Bias lor tne nisi lot o. surplus
items will be opened at 9:00 a.m.
iwemy-eigni hems ol usabie Air
i'orce property located at huuding
loio, rui Aiea, curundu, win
be uisposed ot. Included are: two
Va ton truck-carryalis; one lignt
Air Force Missions
Holding Conference
Here llexl Week
Headquarters Caribbean Air
Command announced today that it
will hold its, semiannual USAF
Mission .Conference beginning
Tuesday at A brook Air Force
Base.
The conference, held in conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction with the USAF School for Lat Latin
in Latin America graduation on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, brings all of the Caribbean
Air Command's Latin American
Chiefs to the headquarters to dis-
pcuss mutual topics of their oper
ation.
Also scheduled to arrive at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook with the Mission Chiefs are
Maj. Gen. Alfonso Cruz, chief, of
the Mexican Air Force; 'Maj.
Gen. Salvador Noya, Chief o" the
Peruvian Air Force; Col. Epifahio
Ovando, Chief of the Paraguayan
Air Force; and Col, Luis Urrujia,;
cmei oi ine wiema-rir
These Latin American Air Force
officials will take part in the, US USAF
AF USAF Latin American School grad-
uation.
Maj. Gen. Morris R. Nelson.
Chief of the Air Section of the
Joint Brazil-U.S. Military Commis
sion will attend the conference.
USAF personnel assigned to Lat
in America that will also attend
the conference include: Argenti
na, Col. Richard F. Weltzih; Bo
livia, Mai.-Faul A. Davis: Chile.
Col. William R, Calhoun, Jr.; Co
lombia Col. Gerald M. Clueston:
Cuba, Col. Leonard S. Dysinger;
Dominican Republic, Col. John
J. Thornhill; Ecuador, Col. James
C. Robinson, jr.: El Salvador.
Col. Philip G. Doornobs; Guate
mala, Col. James H. Navey; Hai
ti, col. Samuel S. Riddle, Jr.;
Honduras, Col. James r. Lyle;
Nicaragua, Lt. Col. Willie G.
Walker; Paraguay, Col. Don L.
Wilhelm, Jr.; Peru, Col. George
W. Criss, Jr.; Uruguay, Col. Rob
ert O. Mitterung; and Venezuela,
Lt. Col. Thomas A. outs, Jr.
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3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Belie, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
FREE Television Pick-up and
delivery service during the month
of November. Phone U. S. Tele Television.
vision. Television. Panama 3-7607 for fast
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sedan, one 2V& ton fuel service
truck, 600 gallon capacity; miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous non-powered hand tools;
and other equipment.
Thirty-eight items of salvage
Air Force property located at
Building 1010, PAD Area, Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du will constitute the second lot
to be sold. These bids will be o o-pened
pened o-pened at 10:15 a.m. Some of the
items are: 1,070 feather bed pil pillows
lows pillows seven men's type 6" bicy bicycles;
cles; bicycles; four 10 ton vehicle type hy hydraulic
draulic hydraulic jacks; five smooth finish finished,
ed, finished, two compartment, laundry
tubs and other useful equipment,
Sixty-two locally manufactured I
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First: A four apartment house on 49th Street between
Federico Boyd and Uruguay Avenues.
Second: Modem 3 bedroom, two baths, chalet with maid's
quarters, etc., at corner of Avenida del Cincuentenarlo
and First St., Loma. Alegre.
,Third:A smaller, but not. lest attractive, modern chalet
in Loma Alegre, next to Golf Heights.
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wooden storage bin-units will b
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nits U-nits are installed in Stockroom E,
Building 1009, PAD Area, Curun Curun-du.
du. Curun-du. Bids will be opened at 11:30
a.m.
" The property may be inspected
between the hours of 7:30 11:30
a.m. and 1:00 3:30 p.m. on week
days, except holidays up until
the day of the sale by contacting
the Property Disposal Officer at
telephone 85-4149, Corozal or T-Sgt
Nichols at Curundu 4225.
A bid deposit of 20 per cent of
the toal amount bid, in the form
of postal or express money order,
or cashiers' or certified check or
such other security- as may be
acceptable to the contracting offi officer,
cer, officer, made payable to the Treasur Treasurer
er Treasurer of the United States must ac accompany
company accompany the bid.
' Sealed bids in quadruplicate will
be received, until the time of the
announced openings.
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Nov. 27 (UP) Scientists at the missile testing station

hre were expected to make a ground test today of the giant Atlas intercontinental
t ballistic missile (ICBM).
The firing of a Jupiter intermediate range ballistic missile (IRBM) last night was
- i failure.
There was no official confirmation of the "static test" for the 90-foot Atlas but
"there was speculation it would take place this afternoon. In a static test the missile
U "bolted to the launching pad and the engines run Up.
Last night's firing of the 1500-mile Jupiter appeared successful to dozens of
observers who had watched preparations at the top-secret base from beaches across
the water.
" But the Defense Department issued a statement shortly after the missile was trig triggered
gered triggered saying the Jupiter "failed to complete its programmed flight because of tech technical
nical technical difficulties."

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-Red Army Boss

'MOSCOW, Nov. 27 (UP) So Soviet
viet Soviet defense minister Marshal

Rodyon Malinovskv told Soviet
limitary cadets In a speech re released
leased released today that defense against
irtlssiles is "a serious problem
which demands further pains painstaking
taking painstaking work for its successful
conclusion."
Mssiinnvskv's s d e e c h to a

Kremlin reception honoring the

graduating classes or moscuw
military academy was published

. in Pravda today.
; His words on missile defense
were seen by Western observ observers
ers observers as particularly significant
in view of frequent statements
. bv Nikita Khrushchev and
, other Soviet leaders that there
' isino defense against intercon intercon-tinental
tinental intercon-tinental ballistic mtesiles and
' other strategic missiles.
Malinvosky noted that the ca cadets
dets cadets had been studying the lat latest
est latest types of weapons and means
of defense against atomic at attacks.
tacks. attacks. ,
"During the studies special at attention
tention attention was devoted to questions
of anti-aircraft and anti-missile
dui!e," Pravda quoted him as
saying.
"Tt Is necessary to note how however
ever however that this is a very serious
problem which demands further
painstaking work for its success successful
ful successful solution."

The announcement did not e-

laoorate on the difficulties, or

say whether the missile had been

detonated from the ground by

remote control.
Observers said the projectile
seemed to ezwlode in a distant
ball of flame just before dis disappearing
appearing disappearing from view high in
the sky.
Dr. Wernher von Braun, tech technical
nical technical chief of the Army's Red

stone arsenal at Huntsville, Ala.,
where the Jupiter was developed,
was reported on hand for the
firing.

The missile rose slowly from

its launching pad, lighting up a

vast area with its flaming tail

jets, then picked up speed as it
shot straight up.

it dimmed as it seemed to an

gle on a more horizontal course

six or seven miles in the sky,

then glowed brightly "just like
a distant star" for a few seconds

and was seen no more.

investigation is "the extreme
difficulty of pinning down
lines of authority in the mis missile
sile missile and satellite programs."

"I do not believe in shaking

everyming up and turning
things upside down," he said.

But we will have to find out
how to streamline the1 organization.".

He indicated he was leaning

iowara tne position of several
other members of the seven-man
subcommittee who have been de

manding that a missile-and-sat-

ellite "czar" be named with au

thority second onlv to the Presi

dent's.

Veatoer Or Not
This weather report for the
t24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
: Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:

Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High 84 81
J,ow 73 75
HUMIDITY:
High 96 93
tow 72 84
WIND:
(max. mph) N-10 N-26
RAIN (inches) .46 .03
WATER TEMP:
inner harbors) 81 81
THURSDAY, NOV. 28
High Low
1:11 a.m. 2:09 a.m.
1:45 p.m. 2:29 p.m.

Meanwhile Senate Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic leader Lyndon B. Johnson
called today for a streamlining
of the nation's missile and sat satellite
ellite satellite programs as a necessary
step in bettering Russia in
space weapons.
The Texas Democrat told

newsmen the Senate Prepared Preparedness
ness Preparedness subcommittee which he

heads "will have to Inquire very

carefully Into who is running

what."

The subcommittee called back
Central Intelligence director Al Allen
len Allen W. Dulles and his chief aides
for further questioning behind
closed doors on what they know
about Russia's missiles, Sputniks,
war industry and overall military

power.
Johnson said the "one clear
pattern that has emerged" in
the first two days of the broad

Moroccan Nationals
Capture Sidi Ifni

On Western Coast

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Former PC Control
House Operator

Ramon Otto Dies
Ramon Otto, formerly contiol
house operator at the G a t u n
Locks, died in St. Petersburg,
Fla,. Nov. 22, according to news
recved by friends on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. He was 66 years old.
A native of Middleburg, Md.,
Mr. Otto was employed by the
Canal organization in 19 as a
towing locomotive operator in the
Locks Division. He was made
control house operator at Gatun
in 19?,'. !id held this position un until
til until his retirement in 1944.

. After leaving the Canal service

Mr. Otto made his home in St

Petersburg.
He is survived by his wife.
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RABAT, Morocco. Nov. 27 fUPI

Al Alam, official newspaper of

ivwjrocco s ruling istiqial Party,
claimed today that attacks bv ir

regular Moroccan troops against

fcpamsn units in Ifni have been
"crowned with success."

The paper said the Moroccan

irregulars had captured "a cer certain
tain certain number" of Spanish officers

and soldiers and had occupied

all the strategic points" within

the region of Sidi Ifni. capital of

the 528-square mile Spanish en

clave in southern Morocco.

There was no confirmation of

the Al Alam reports from Moroc

can government officials here.

Other sources in Rabat said
that seven Spanish army posts in

itm naa Deen attacked but that

only two of them in Teberbouk
and Ait Abdellah fell to the

Moroccan rebels.

Unconfirmed reports here, also

said that two companies of Span
ish infantrymen had been attack attacked
ed attacked by units of the Moroccan "Ar

my of Liberation" at La Seeuia

El Hamra, near Spanish-owned Rio

de Oro.

GOy. w. E. POTTER acepts an invitation to a Christmas party extended him by Joan and
Adrlen Bouche. The party, to be held Dec. 21. will he the first, enmmnnttv -nhVtma.

to be staged by the residents of the Canal Zone community of Los Rios; Joan 'and Adrien
were accompanied to the Governor's Office at Balboa, Heights by their mother Mrs. A.-N.
Bouche Jr., of Los Rios. In the picture, the Governor is showing his visitors a piece of Alaska
jade which he keeps on his desk.

MirofeSpokesman: Claims

'j Hit illness or on of tne Jurors todav caused the aiixnn?n.

,of the morning session, of the Remon assassinatien .trial.' A

raoiin,sw rcvBBsoa unm. tuis nernoon at z:J0 with

-iv4yicui;srui vr mtvwrtv nwmiuei (.nuuani, spuKesmaa
tot alleged trlerman Ruben 0. Miroi who was the only defense
lawyer, present when Judfe Anrel Vltelio detGracla Jand seTen
members of the inry ntred the couftroom shortly after 8:30. V
Emllianl started his final adiirKS. in nirht hni. ...

Romulo Escobar Bethancourtthe-special prosecutor of Rodolfo

cwmieiea nis iinai aaaress, And immediately chai-
lenred the. Prosecntlon to ororo- tho aufhntlrit. f h. ,..it

which killed President JTno a im.n T, f r

R. K. Morris Sues Soldier Driver
For $20,000 Damages After Crackup

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Bomberos' Birthday
Fire-Ria Parade

Starts At 5 p.m.

A parade of rolling euipment
will be held along the city's

main streets at 5 p.m. today as

the Panama Fire Department
continues the observance of its

70th anniversary.
The observance which started
yesterday, will continue until
Dec. 1. Attending the observance

as guests of the Panama bombe

ros are the Fire Chiefs of Costa

Rica, Nicaragua. Venezuela, Cu

ba and Colombia.

The parade will replace the
annual torchlight parade usual usually
ly usually held on the eve of the fire de

partment s anniversary on Nov.
28.
A reception for the visiting
fire chiefs is scheduled for to tonight
night tonight at the Panama Golf Club
with several other activities
planned throughout the day to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Tomorrow also marks the ob

servance of Panama's indepen independence
dence independence from Spain. Shops and
government offices will be closed,
but The Panama American will I
be published.

A retired Panama Canal em

ploye, Robert K. Morris, is seek

ing $20,000 damages he claims

he suffered as a result of an au

tomobile accident caused bv a

soldier.

The damage suit, filed against

Robert M. Plischke today in U.S.
District Court at Ancori, claims
that Morris suffered certain in-

luries to his head, a rib and

shoulder for which he is still re receiving
ceiving receiving treatment.

The suit is an outgrowth of an

automobile accident which oc

curred exactly a year ago on

Gaillard Highway near the area

known as "300."
Because his doctor had ad advised
vised advised him to leave the Isthmus
for 'several months "to recuperate,"-
it was proposed that
Morris' testimony be taken to today
day today in court.

The plaintiff's attorney. Dr. L

S. Carrlngton, told the judge that

they will also get a deposition

from a U.S. Embassy official

Preston Rambo (not now on the

Isthmus), who was driving the

car in whichMorjis was a pas

senger when the collision occur

red. Then they will ask the court

to set a date for the trial.

Today Morris testified that he

was accompanying the Rambos

Daughter Resents
Red Propaganda

At Rivera Funeral

MEXICO CITY, Nov. 27 (UP)

The daughter of Diego Rivera yes

terday accused the Communists of

seeking "to make propaganda at
the burial services for the famed

Mexican muraiist.
The daughter, Guadalupe, cried
out in anger: "Even" here you
try to make propaganda."
Communist David Alfaro Siquei Siquei-ros,
ros, Siquei-ros, long-time friend of Rivera

and last of the "Big Three" of

Mexican muralists. insisted a re representative
presentative representative of the Communist
Mexican Party be permitted to
speak "because I know he would
have wanted it so."
The services at the rotunda of
Mexico's Illustrious Sons in Dolo Dolores
res Dolores Cemetery were further mar marred
red marred hy an attempt to replace the
Mexican flag on the casket with
a Communist hammer-and-sickle.

The angry protests : of mourners
halted the attempt.

to a party ibeinir held in the Al

brook Officers' club when they
reached Area 300 on Gaillard

Hignwajr and stopped at an in
tersection.

He said that Rambo saw a car

coming, in the distance with an

unsteady weave, and pulled off
to the edge of the right-hand

siae oi uie roaa.
It was raining hard, Morris
recalled today, and just as
Rambo applied his brakes, the
oncoming car cut over to the
right and struck the hood and

door of Rambo's car.
Morris testified that he struck
his head on the windshield, suf suffered
fered suffered a broken rib, bruised his

Buckingham Palace
Squelches Latest
Margaret Rumors

LONDON. Nov. 27 (UP) Sourc

es close to the royal family today

squeicned as "silly" reports that

rnncess marearet naa Been snub

bing Queen Elizabeth in a sisterly
quarrel over a dead romance.
, Palace sources stressed that
where royal functions were con concerned
cerned concerned Margaret made her own

decisions on whether to attend.
Other informed sources said there
simply was no truth to rumors
that Margaret had been "cold-

shouldering" the Queen and
Prinoe Philip over the Peter Town
send affair.

Members of the royai family, al

ways reticent about making public

statements on their personal af

fairs, were silent; There was no
first-person comtaent either on the
rift rumors or the rumor that

Margaret's latest romantic inter

est was the Rev. Simon Phipps. a

J4-year-oid Anglican minister.
The reports of a quarrel between

the 27-year-old princess and the
Queen were sparked by the New

York Daily News aaa the London

bunday-Express.

The Express laid yesterday that
Margaret "shocked" the Queen by
failing to appear until after mid

night at a .family party on the

Queen s loin wedding anniversary.
The Daily News this morning
said Margaret had made a "tear

ful new appeal" .to the family for

permission to marry Townsend, 15

years her senior and a divorced

commoner.

shin and injured his left shoul

der severely as a result of the
crash.
When he and Rambo finally

got out of the damaged car to
see the driver of the other vehi

cle, they found him slumped over

the wheel in what Morris said
they learned later was an Intoxi

cated condition.
the man remained in that
position until police were sum summoned,
moned, summoned, Morris said today.
Morris was given a lift by an another
other another car which was parti of the
Rambo group going' to Albrook.

At the dispensary there, it was

advised that he be taken to Gor-

gas Hospital.

"I found pieces of non-shat-terable
glass in my hair from the

windshield," Morris said. Since
that time, the Panama resident

said, his health was deteriorat

ing, and he has been unable to
pursue his avocation of making
ceramic objects, because he has
lost the use of his left hand.
"I've seen some of his work,'
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe com commented,
mented, commented, "it's very nood."
Dr. Carrineton told the court

that Morris' has gone to consid considerable
erable considerable medical expense for treat treatment,
ment, treatment, and now has to leave for

the States to recuperate.
Mrs. Morris was the only court

spectator.
William J. Sheridan Jr., repre

sents the defendant Plischke

who is a soldier who has left the

Isthmus since the accident oc

curred.

The judge rejected. .bn'llinni'a

cnauenee as irregular, ibut the

attomev 'VriinrljMn

should be requested ; to i' prove
that the bullets which '- killed

, v wwuoa i uu, UAJ CC
fitv,. i., : .a. r

vvucia ic wis same ones mm.

mltted as evidence by the prose-

Emiliani armed that tiY hni.

lets bad been i switched and
called attention to the fact
that Secret Police ballistics- ex expert
pert expert Luis A. Ronsalec hail

signed a report1 with Cuban
criminologist Israol ia.

llanos to the effect that; the

ouiiei wmcn kiued Sousa was
a .45. ; '.fvvf

Three vuti' 1afw vm.i'

contended, another report signed
by .U S j. ballistics evriert.i RhPiw

"i!mn una xne same Gon

muucl biiub JK.ii i pn .Nniififl mm t

M. r

He produced' Tniirnl-.w. .v,

largements of the clubhouse of

me now aemonshed Juari Fran Franco
co Franco racetrack where the PresM-nt

was killed and challenged ry.the
prosecution's theory ;that- the fa-

vu ouiiei, were fired f rofh along
the hedgerow ''. ,

1 y.VHrtf .'.r.'-'

Miro's- spokesman' alo chnl.

lenced the ah tons v r wnrtrt

Remon's death, and; Indicated to
the jury 'that the nipfc in, the belt
worn by the late President show-
ed that the fatal-bullet upward

Instead of downwards according

4 BscobarBethajicourt rested hl

case last night after atam n sir

ing for the conylption of St. Ma Ma-lo
lo Ma-lo as an accessory toith a.n

filiation of president Remon. : :

the court received a renort. trnm

official -Panama f, chemist;' Dr.
Lawrence ;MaIowanr that there
were no traces of nowder in t.h

nitrate found In the "clothing- ta-

catlon instructor t Martin Lip Lip-atelnwho
atelnwho Lip-atelnwho was held briefly short-

nr iier me snooting.

Last Paratroopers
Leave Arkansas
In Troop Carriers
LITTLE- ROCK, Ark.', Nov. 27
(UP) The last of the pratroop pratroop-ers
ers pratroop-ers who forced the integration of
Central High School flew out ,. of

Ai-xansas today in giant c iso

troop carriers.
A total of 225 took off today

mi run lampDVii. Ay., their per

manent siauun. rresinenr v ispn.

hower ordered a totaT of 1 nnn

lnen from the 101st Airborne Di Division
vision Division into Little Rock Sept. 24 to

eniorce oraer and integrate the
school. f j

This th" pt. ?s, bsH bsH-ng
ng bsH-ng one man in the hiri with

r?fle butt g another
who gave them back-talk with a
bayonet. After that; hone e v e r
challenged the paratroopers.
Two previous reductions in
strength cut the force on integra-r
tion duty: -to. 225. Thev left

the guarding of nine Negroes in
Central un to 900 memhprs ttf th

Arkansas Natipnal Guard, Federal

ized py the President's order.

1 ;

LEG ALIKES Ingrid Vogt,
.19-yearrOld West Berlin fashion,
designer, : displays the : lovely!
.underpinnings that, won her top!
prize in a contest to And the girl!
with legs most like those of!
fabulous Mar Iene4 Dietrich.;
That's Marlerie on the poster
Ingrid is holding. ;

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Big Light In West
Was Missile, Not

Sputnik, IF Says

Top Satellite Tracker Predicts Death
' Of Sdviet Rocket Will Be Quite A Show

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 27
(UP) Top satellite tracker Ar-

mand Spitz predicted last 'night
that the death of Russia's space

rocket will be oulte a show.

"The actual death of Alpha I.

Spitz said, "should be a specta

cular event, a eright flashin?
streak visiblefor hundreds of

miles. It will be part of the be

?inning of oiner apace adven

tures."

Spitz, coordinator of visual
satellite tracking t at the
Smithsonian Astrophysical Ob Observatory
servatory Observatory here, said there Is no
waff of .predicting where in the
world the rocket will crash, but
appealed for full reports from
anyone seeing the final plunge.
Scientists meanwhile said stu

dies of Russia's satellites have

revealed more air in the upper

atmospnere than previously- be-

uevea.

They said the studies showed

air density 140 miles above the
earth's surface to be as much as

five times.-greater than origin

ally thought. -;

This Is still.'Vthe announce announcement
ment announcement said, "nearer to vacuum
than can be achieved on earth,
except by advanced methods."
The announcement was made
jointly yesterday by the Smith Smithsonian
sonian Smithsonian Astrophysical Observato Observatory
ry Observatory here and the VS. Naval Re Research
search Research Laboratory In Washing

ton. ;

The findings were based on

f

"thousands of tracking observa

tions," visual, photographic and

raaio, or the satellite and car

rier rocket by moon watchers

throughout the world. The find

ings were described as "prelim

inary," and subject to later "cor

rection and refinement

Dr. J. Allen Hynek. associate
Smithsonian director, said the

Information would aid in pre-

qicuiw tne me spans or satel satellites,
lites, satellites, learning the best altitude
for launching '.'tare ones, and

win also be of wide use for oth

er scientific, studies." The an

nouncement cited meteorology,

propagation or radio waves, cos
mie ray absorption and solar ra

diation as field befiUng,

ALAMOGORDO, N.M., Nov. 27,

(UP) The Air Force toia

residents, within a 300-mlle ra

dius toda that what they saw

in the sky yesterday was mis-'

slle explosion and not -Sputnik

1 rocket falling, to earth. ":
An announcement said ia pbos

phorescent cloud mushroom

formed after an Aerobee-hl mis

sile exploded 80 to 100 miles a'
hove- earth.

Tne missile was sent to test

tne eriect oi nounoiner snort

wave radio signals off an Ionized
sodium vapor cloud In the upper

atmosphere..

The cloud glowed a Orient or

ange as it filtered through pre
dawn New Mexico skies, touch

ing off reports that Sputnik I's
rocket launcher had crashed

into the earth's atmosphere.

in El Paso, Texv observers

thought they were watching the
fiery death of the third-stage
rocket which carried Sputnik

Into space. The rocket Is ex

peeled to burn when it reaches

the earth's atmosphere.. -

You tometime wonder wtw

anyone would wort a eyto the
city os wide open os tost f v

ptoifiB BOBERT VAUGHN e,

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