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TURKEY DARDEN, BETH DARDeV ANi MARK
giving Day photo in the Darder kitchen. Turkey sh s Thanksgiving Din Din-while
while Din-while KPs Beth and Mark got on with hatever Jt is worK5 uw (photo. JeSkH Baiiey)
ner appetites. All three were to meet 8 gain later.
Zone's Thanksgiving, RP Independence Share
Holiday; Kids. Play in Sun, Bomberosv Parade
-nni.n.Wre meted Iff sun
11V ,ttlTJ rouui
who live neaipst Panama, City
were reminded by the -sounding
;v of sirens as the Boaiberpr head
ed for thetr earijj,, morning pa parade
rade parade that parfama is enjoying a
- holiday too. Today Panama is
- celebrating both her mdepea-
dence from'Spain and Fireman s
' Day. -i i. v"
' Many Isthmian families, left to
"spend the- weekend at Santa
Clara or other spot in the inte inte-"
" inte-" rior. some fishing trips had been
planned, but most zonians stay.-
Old Yankee Menu
STURBRIDGE, Mass. T-tUP)
Old Sturbridge Village,, the
; re-created Yankee country
' town of 150 years agb.ele agb.ele-.
. agb.ele-. brates Thanksgiving this year
r a the event was held im New
, England following the Revolu-
tionary War. -.-;.'
' Waitresses tdressed In s
. turnes of the early 1800's Serv
ed the following menur jf
"CFruit owl eelery and lives,
" s cranberry juice;-' fresh oyster
soup, roast native turkey with
. glblet gravv and uornbread
if stuffing, -squash, mashed tur-
' nips, onions in cream, succo succotash,
tash, succotash, baked potato, cranberry
; sauce, wild grape jelly, fresh
.garden salad, cider, corn sticks
cream of tartar biscuits, pump-
' kin and mince pie, maple but but-'
' but-' tprnut cake, Vermont cbeddar
t cheese, coffee and milk..
' .Those who could move after
that, were to tour the village.
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SALUTE TO A GREAT LADY The Statue of Liberty maSes
a etriking picture between the masts of te Mayflower ii as
the replica o the original sailing vessel leit New York Harbor
lor Plymouth. iMass. The ship is being turned over to the
Cnited States there today tn f crmal Thanksgiving Day
Panama -M"5 CoI6n 7'9
r . aaa .
x ,1 ; 1 : : : T o
i jam w -wm
' f i"
.ed tea W.to attend church-
flies and friends.
lino t,nA fHP.nds. '- i WW
;s and frienils. -v v
lapie aecoriuuiiiwcio """ served usseomiers a innjma innjma-harvest
harvest innjma-harvest home" tradition-Many dinner that would da-any
MM.--ft a a snpcin l decorations
Children, glad to be' freed
from school,, played ball hap hap-uUv
uUv hap-uUv in the' steets and play
L wounds.' The' younger-nes
-hung around the kltcnen
"helping mother" with prenar
ing the turkey and pies.. They
n-mm. nil t AiMnrraiD i.ftfl. '.-. i
Manir fatrtmpft entertained
dinner. Others planned to make
this evenines meai wu irwvt
Ana an4 ant., nut St One 01 Wt
.iitKa .Tirblnh fireball f)I-
fori no- a nn inav meiiu ut
downtown restaurants.. i"
itirmtant nm t.nhlfls had ex-
miaeto tnr- t.hn middav meal
Tn t.ha TITIItPtl KT.ALCS I
Mtur nv was a dav of prayer
prayers lor rresiaeni, ,cocu ,cocu-hower's
hower's ,cocu-hower's early and complete re
covery, prayers tor wona peace
na?rorfl AT- crrnT.ir.linK UI1U. LHtt.T"
return to their homes iinnurs.;
. T nnrr hsfnrp AmprlCftn f ami
lies sat down to the traditional
tooct vsitfrtmis sprvicps had been
held by many aenomuiawuuo. ; -r
mrmpn crns the P.OUntrV. the
nraeMsnt nf t.h church Feder
lation of Greater. Chicago, the
Rev.' Paul M. KoouiBou,. -uikcu
"all churches, not only nere dui
puprvwhpre." to nray -for "the
Truffii. fntAiities rose siowiy as
miiHnno nf pars throneed the
highways on trips to family "gath
Concern over President Eis Eisenhower's
enhower's Eisenhower's illness had erst a
shadow over the start of the
nation's long weekend last
I tr ,.JU- MAn7 lnAtfl fmifc nnA tha country i$ $afen Abraham Lincoln. I
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' l: r t.:);;';-?-,PANAMA. b. Thursday; ovembi:r 8,i9M : i CENT8
. :;S SKSM'S::.Kn '.'fir3:,. flfiR
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Hp. fatalities also marrwl the
Start of the holiday, 4
I ' u.,Alji.attrMM
; Around he' world, the .Aiwiy
Th -Mput Wnrk mpntl issued by
the First Army headquarter; in-
iudp snrirrtn p.nr.Ktaii xresn
fruit cup. roast turkey wlthrgib-
let gravy, pressing, crauweiry
sn iipp mdsheri not.at.oes. candied
sweetv potatdes, buttered- fpeas,
green' beans! assorted relishes,
hot rolls, iumpkln pie, j and
whipped-cream, mincemeat pie,
fruit cake, baked apples, Asort Asort-pd
pd Asort-pd .fruit..; r.afidv. nuts, coffee.
milk;, tea and cider. j? 1
New Trading Post
, 5 ir. -v
nnPilin? fl! DirhlO
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For Scdut Units
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Post, designed to serve the needs
nf tVip Rntr fipnntanf AmerlPK
and the-Girl Scouts of the USA.
has been estaeiisned by tne Pan Panama
ama Panama canal Company Commissa-
rv urancn on
on the secondjfloor
iio.service venter,, ill
was announced hy the commis
rVa trHln nrtfit It. wak an
nounced, Will carrv all the items
d, will carry all the items
the. .commissaries v nave
heretofore offered for sale .plus
more than; 200 additional items,
many of which are of interest to
campers and picnickers
The new Trading Post wili be
opened formally-Saturdav at 2
The new Trading Post wilr be
A centraiizea ocoui imuni"'""
p.m. by L. A. Ferguson,- ouppiyimasw "f1-Jcj v4-kI
and .Employe Service Director.
'DpomTar intir f nr itPI-Vir.ll
the Post thereafter will be from
in rr tn i nm Mdndsvithp food noisoninff was causeu
Jhough Friday and7ronVrp
Phone orders will be accepted
fVimiiffh nnv Panama
inmml.ar order C 1 e.1 k
Non-busy Englishman Plays
By DOC QVIGO- ;
NEW YORK. Nov. 28 (UP) JiT
Francis casseL a blond, blue-
eyed, heavy sweatered, lanky
Pncriishman who unread s himself
medium thin running a farm, a;
hospital, a pottea-piant nursery.
race horses, and international
financial interests sucn as on
an ft nuclear Dower. Is here on
another professional labor of
ilove.- -, ..... - I
He makes nis American ceout
tomorrow night in a piano con-j
cc-t at Carnegie Hal!. - j
.This i his first visit-to the
United States, but he r ; n t af afford
ford afford to tarry lone "I'll just see
the supermarkets and go home
IKE GOES TO CHURCH
, WASHINGTON, Nov. 29 UP)- President Eisenhower left the White House despite
his illness today and attended Thanksgiving services at National Presbyterian Church.
. Press secretary Js4nst.Hagrtyfiald that after church, the President would
have'Thahsksgivlng Dinner in the Eisenhower family dining room at the White House
with; his wife, his son, Maj. John Eisenhower, and John's wife, and the four Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower grandchildren, f r
- Kagerty sai he "assumed" the President would carve the turkey and eat "virtually"-
the samrmaaf as averyona Ui--'ai the' Itible.
Eisenhower presumably undertook 4hi: trip to church with the approval of his
personal physician, Dr. Howard MaC. Snyder.
TVi alllnor Prpslrfpnt. renorted
to be waging a swift recovery
from the cereDrai auacK wnicu
struck him Monday, looked for
ward to the same traaiwonai iur
riinnir that was on the me-
nu for millions of other Amerl-
-r u v,a rtViitff
n j! 1. .vmK-
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him tn carrinla T1TQ c unp.Prtfi.in
am... mj wm.uj.
But tne wane houc 7ne
was scheduled to be headed by
a 40-pound torn turkey and au
the trtmmings-rsweet potatoes
with marshtnallou topping,
Eisenhower's favorite oyster
stuffing and pumpkin and,,
The President la making an
"excellent" recovery from the
blockage of the small brain art
Hagerty issued the following
bulletin on the President's con
dition from Snyder, white House
nVivsintan thin mnminsr!
rh. Prpstdent had another
good night's sleep and is In fine
spirits tnis morning, his prog progress
ress progress continues to be excellent
Hagerty sata zne rrejuoeK
stayed up until 10:30 last night
to wa,tch television perform
ance wltfc Mrs. Eisenhower
nnA thru rtiitnil.
W, Elsenhower arose. shortly b
frtr s thi mnrninr ahowered
VUa and wa.-havlnirtwere admlttetf to the ospiiai
breakfast, when snyder's-buUetin
wnaiiipd Kucprtv said. s .A
' A newsman asked about a pub
11 a i. iUal Ma I MaknAll flOl
lisnea repurv iu"w"
number" of ton Renubllcans be
ueve iLUieuiwwcr'.Biiuuiu tr, ?
ano allow vice iresiuenii
ari t Nlxnn tn, take his DOSt. f,
t Hagerty aecunea 10 otpww
eacept to reer iie reporter w
scaiemems uy mm im 'v""-
'w.0i9vlv.t tnhlfth. itn.th.Ail. tiolu?
-Bmrw-DJi rumors me rreuii
. Wo ai1 thpr Wftl-nn immeal-l
ate wnne Mouse commeut uunw.
T . . 1 T-L fl
Treaty Organization to go ahead
as planned witn its ucc. 10 ru ru-ris
ris ru-ris meeting Oh a headsof-gov-pmmenft
basis but that- there
might be later.
There had oeen some quesswou
nrhpt.hpr the meetlne wohW be
k.M at tvi summit level alter
Eisenhower was stricken. But it
ma a riapiHad tn on ahead with It
on this basis1 alter tne vumtep
EtotPtt Affprpd to iiend Vice Pres
ident. ntphard : UL: Nixort as its
Bad Herring fells
MaClgr v X I rClliien
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r .Tainted" cannea nerring ap;
nearea to De me wuw-m
poisoning : which-hit the; e
crew 01 a snip wmcn suu wuui
Of German registry.
$ A police report stateojnai zv
officer, and crew, Including the
consUted. In part of canned her-
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Police saw toaay tney oeueveu
: ur. xufciaci icuvyiic vi
an.4 sKaofh tK .Viir. whPrAiot tne eouipmeiu uvwiwc
he treated 11 eHowew
none was iucraw ;
nous conaition. ana tne vesci
iled on schedule yesteraayt
- He doesnt really think of him himself
self himself as busy. He works fast, hop hopping
ping hopping from one busineaa to anoth another,
er, another, and a typical day goes like
Up at 7:15 piano pracUce for
an hour study the .financial
nflnpnt nrartlpp another hour
tend to farm and nursery busi
ness to London lor a nospuai
administrative meeting to the
races (no lunch) back home,
niinn nraptjp tvd hmirs din
ner to bed and studv financial
papers half hour making finan financial
cial financial decisions to sleep.
- Sir Francis began playing the
piano at axe four, gave his first
nublie concert at 17. and has
i toured Europe as a concert ar
Nlxoh said Americans had
good reason to be thankful to today
day today about .the progress Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower has made.
"We can be thankful; for the
... V. OvAdflAnf1. VlO C
fact that the President . has
recovered aa well as he has in
the last 48 hours, and that the
nrnvniwtf frti Vifs nrtmnlpr.A Vponv-
... n n.rnnllnnf Vlvnn C0 1 H
l mu nHn ilnnt'
Tha Prasiriant'.o minister. Dr
Edward L. E. Elson, asked "all
people who believe in, Goa to
2 Norwegian Sailors
Burned As Ammonia
Two crewnien off a Norwegian
ship who were paaiy Durnea yes
i. v. v. v-
Iriir immnnli pvnloded while the
ship was Qn the high seas were
hmrlif hapk. tn thp Hahal 7,0TC.
They are now in coco 0010
pltal for treatment
One Of the men, Ole Vernoy
knataiiratn An h.M.S. .Trondan-
UUwVMnWUf V a arav raiw--
a. ao. nlaead ni tha zAprtonsIV
11111st'. Both he and HanAJfider-j
sen, cnier 'Oiiwer on war
with burns on their .apper boay,
lace apa eyes. j f
L The Norwegian ship was abtnit
u.a ...11. 1 a A
rniies nonneasi irom wuw
lKoi hn th pvnlosion occurr
red. A: launcn Drougnt b.i
juredV men asnore'ite
..fnmail at full snppd
t .According to a- police report.
jtn6 accident occurred wnen acy-
Minder containing ammonia new
I lli. it- wn am nui-a stand
ni, mi h, rtanir nftne snm. ex
T-v,. irMmanwi' an route TO
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CZ Motorcycle Cops Tifying Out. Brace
Of Safety Crash Helifiets This Week
Tntnrnvplp nnlippmpn will Dfob
Vilw ha waarinff npw safptv crash
helmets on the Canal Zone soon soon-Two
Two soon-Two helmets considered to be
standard equipment in the States
for ycle riders,, are being' tested
hv nnlippman nn motorcvcle dutv
on both sides of the Isthmus this
rt m wa thp first on the
Pacific side to be given the new;
helmet to test lasl
helmet to test last night while on
The helmets were- oroerea me
A mtio tha trairip ripnth nf onp
I UBJ ..li u
-- e oliceme, George F. Nad-1
ox me iauai iuiucs sii-cat mvw.-
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tomobile-crashed into his cycle
. h. to tbe concrete
vtment. Head injuries caused
u a;h mniliTeycle ooUceman'
,!e-opportunity of tesUng
hii nninion of Us adaptability and
u WW neiraeis wm uua. k-v-
it- mart tnm first time in
"r:r 7,; -; nnm Pft,
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tist- But during the last few
years his concerts nave neen con confined
fined confined to one a year, t London's
Rnval Albert HalL which he
packs to 7000 capacity.
Of au nis activities, ne says, i
like the piano best but I be believe
lieve believe I'm naturally better- at
finance because it's In my blood."
His great uncle was Sir Ernest
Cassel, a financier of interna international
tional international remite and builder, among
other things, of iron ore mines
and the great Aswan Dam.
mi. father wi ludsre advocate
general and a man wno cia not
think smau bovs snou-a De fen-
ously Interested in tne piano.
From childhood, Francis was
accustomed to hearing talk of
TPvppiit.ivp'fi phnrps TT.iMnhower
Drav today for the President?
"complete and speedy recovery.
Although Nixon temporarily
hns t.alcpn over some of the Chief
performed a few official func functions
tions functions yesterday, two days after
He Denned his name on 12 of
ficial papers, huddled with Nlx
nn nnri prpKinprmai assistant
Shprmon Adams for about 15
mtniitnc 'and snpnt. a few mln-
utes with, the visiting King of
TJfc elrmotiirpo nn thp dOCU
iLin oin.w.u.bd v.. v--w
ments were described by Wayne
Hawks. White House chief of
records, as about as nrm as any
I ever saw.'
Most of the day. however, he
just lolled around or slevt -from
l:15:p.m. to 4:10 p.m. He
devoted some time to his hob hobby
by hobby of painting, working on an
oil portrait of Princess Anne,
daughter of Britain's Queen
Ha hoH lunph with' his broth
er, Dr. Milton Eisenhower, pres president
ident president of Johns Hopkin Univer-
The most serious1 effect of tne
brain occlusion still appeared to
K A clltrht cnaoph" Imnairme.nt.
and flf?ififtLa scuAvthat t'asinx
- Hagerty indicated the-Presl-dent
sometimes stumbJed when
he tried io pronouruie long
word. He said the President recognized-
thi and fobnd it "a "a-musing.!
musing.! "a-musing.! t
- Nixon, Who aid Vie spent
about '15 minutes ioith the
Presidents yesterday. t said he
noticed no "slurring" "but some
I "groping''; for words by Eisen Eisenhower.
"Pi-fmnimcinff i nn ni'oblem at
all, and there isn no slurring t
all, only a hesitancy In finding a
word hie wanted to use.f -t Nixon
told renorters at the White House
last night. r.
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NEW HELMET to be tested on the Canal Zone by motorcycle
policeman is displayed by Traffic Sgt. E-C' Fishbough. The
safety crash 'helmete will be "required gear" for motorcyxlo
cops if approved by the department
. ..I -1 s : 1 '- 1
One or. Two Other Interests
the ways of finance but he also
got an eanui oi muse:- u
grandmother was always having
neonie like paderewskl and Met-
ba In to visit." As a result I
seem to do well financially even
at concerts- Not many people
sell out the Albert HaU. --
Sir Francis was the first Eng English
lish English man to play alone at Albert
Hall foreigners had done it but
navpr before an Englishman.
This was in 1942. .
At rntermission. he"would hur
ry out to see now re was ouiu8
on the horses, it-was une. vur-
ing.the concert ne won. in u.
250 pounds, wnicn at uuv umc
was worth about $1200.
FHos-tive fnmnrmw nhout
tors and private companies
will start receiving ar ieasr i an nour pay Uhuci h
application of the Federal Minimum Wqge law. ;
"Substantial benefits" to the economy of the Repub Repub-w,
w, Repub-w, i DnnnmA nr- fnrpppn hv a U.S. aovernment labor ex
pert now on the Isthmus to help enforce the $T minimum.
William B. Grogon. assistant to the Wage arid Hour,
and Public Contracts' Administrator of the U.S. Depart
ment of Labor commented today that the next six monrn'.
will set the pattern. J
vMrlnntioni into the question
(with the: law, will be necessary," he stated.
From all indications, based on
v.i ntarvipw8 with contractors,
shipping companies, anks and
oil companies operating on the
Zone, he says ne ns u
ji.nA.ltlfm nn thp nnrt Of thCSC
uioyvaivtv v.. i i.ul.
emploxers to comply with the
..nAi. and nffipp buildings
tna i7nn ponsldered to be io
Mntaptti' Hn- not come un
V4A UV, JA w
rnW-CfariHiirrlft Aft whlCll XB
eii tna nrnviniiiiiH ui biic aw
comes effective tomorrow, since
these employes, although work working
ing working ldr private companies, are
not engaged in inversmMt
merce. .... -
But the law .doe apply to re repairs
pairs repairs of docks; improvements
made to Such essential chann
nels of commerce as the Pan-;
ama Canel itself, the Panaftia
al finance. Sir, Francis Interests
sel Hospital, which treats func
tional, nervous disorders; owner
of Putteridge Nurseries, which he
haa built np to a iu,uuu pottea-nlant-turnover
every six months:
operator of a ..farm.. producing
milk, erucaens. meat ana nem
crops: racecourse representative
for Miss Dorotny iagei lan xiav
racers, 20 Jumpers). r. v v
.v ,u. i.
that 'it's better .to do a
lot of I
thines badly than one
Alter alL what', he doing
1200 emoloves of contrac
operating in the Canal Zont
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then how freauently Zone In
of employers' compliance
railroad, airports and high- v
ways in the Capal;,Zone.
Grogan,itias oeen holding
meetings th employers during
his first feW.jlays on.-the isth-
mus. t -if
-r; -.r:; A ip tha affect
of the law on his jap,
V - l
Another reqnlrementSef the
law, the economist pointed out '- 1
Undor i that nTprtime of
- $1.50 per hour must be paid for
any iiours wonted jn excess oi
40 a week, to those employes ;
who are paid the fl minimum
wage. 4 '
He emphasized that when
r-nnoraea na.apd thp amendment
td the Fair Labor Standards Act
of 1938. in Aoevs of this year, w.
they "make It clear" that the
law applies outside territorial -limits
of the United States. "And "-'"!
t.h nanal Zonft Is definitely in
cluded," he added. 1 f
f In March, 1956, a Congression Congressional
al Congressional auhpommittee held hearin"!
here on the Canal Zone torn .-cuss
cuss .-cuss the application of the
an-hour minimum to the C
Zone. They subsequently subn..
tad t.haifr rpnnrt. and the amrr -...
ment to the Act was the result.
' At that time, contractors
yoiced their unanimous protest
against the application of .tha
minimum wage to their era-,
ployes. charging before th
committee that It would "bp-,
Set the economy of the Regus
lie of Panama." "
. Thla vaar howpver. thev r: MS- ..
parently had a change of heart,
Last month, following the an-'
nnunppmant that the SI mini
mum appliea to their employes
engaeea in mterstaie commerce,
a annirasman for the contractors
said that they felt the new waie
would not affect them oe.w,
much" since they were of Jibe
opinion that the US. government
would be the one to pay in the
rjrntrfln nnlnt.pd out todav that
there were no "retroactive" fea-,
tures to the amendment
This was the reason that the :
Labor Department ruled- that -t
canal zone steveaores wuo were
working for American contractor.;
Tnhn rartpr lnadlnp a Japanese
vessel In March, would not be a-
ble to collect retroactive wages i
tor the Job although tney were j
engaged in Interstate commerce.
About 70 or carters employes
ipd a. suit seeklnv to recover .'
flled a guit
wages they felt were due them T
nad .h mVerage of
te hour for the work.
for tne scrap-ioaamg projecu
60 cents an hour for the work.
'Gragaa stressed the fact that
domestic and household work workers
ers workers are not covered by the Uw.i
r-ttiwavthln bf the Canal Zone
employs who to engaged in pro-
ducine goods ior miersiaia
commerce is no a factor, he
added. Anv employe so enaed
- of .tip-is
entitled to receive me oeneuu
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1957
THE RAN AM A AMERICAN
mmtm mo muwh thi Panama amkmicam nm, inc.
euNors nion wouNoeveu. in teie
" NAMMOOIO AKIAS. (OITOft
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Orie It. 17 CENTRAL AVtNUt OITWIIN 11 fH AND 1ST S'Rn
rORIWN RlMWMNTATIVIII. JOSHUA POWIRS. INC
941 MADISON AVB. NIW YORK. 17 N V.
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D) PM Nf VIA .IN ADVANCI ,,
THE MAIL SOX
S nur MTFTlNr. MOMENT OR SO. IF IT PLEASES YOU
t 'I've Just learned what's wrong with the young sailors and
pthejr military men wno wans wj wuuu u vtn-u viw viw-ut
ut viw-ut having wxiat it takes.
g They're either "linguistic paupers," or "semischooied self self-jatlsfied."
jatlsfied." self-jatlsfied." Maybe they're both.
S I stumbled on thes terms quite by accident alter picking up
5, volume on the "New Book" table at the Canal Zone Public
Authors J. If. Hook and E. O. Mathews, professor and as-
ilstant professor of English at the University of Illinois, havo
urned out a most 'readable volume In "Modern American Gram Grammar
mar Grammar and Usage." They say they wrote it as a college textboojc
ut it's not above any high schooler with a mind to learn.
2 Users of American English tend to tall Into seven groups
hiv Kflv At the bottom of the language pole are:
S "Lineulstic Paupers. Limited in ideas, in vocabulary, and
! knowledge of linguistic devices, the members of this group
tend to express themselves repetltiously. unimaginatively, often
"Even their profanity Is colorless, It Is usually a substitute
or adaptive or adverbs that the speakers need but do not
now, or sometimes it stands for strong emotion that they are
rable to put into specmc iorm. .
"In vocabulary and in grammar, the mark of the speech of
the uneducated is Its poverty. The user of Vulgar English seems
" less sensitive in his Impressions, less keen in his realizations,
fnd more incomplete in his representations.
"It is probable that the linguistic pauper seldom pauses to
dshinir ohm it his laniruase- he Just opens nis mouth and out it
Pies. When he writes and he does not ;often do so the
;ing is laborious, the spelling unpredictable, the grammatical
structions limited and often uncompleted and Incoherent.
"The linguistic pauper lives in a world of tangibles auto auto-Siobiles,
Siobiles, auto-Siobiles, guns, dogs, whiskey, sports and women (or clothes, mov movies,
ies, movies, men and babies). He may have strong feelings about any of
is interests but his expression of those feelings is dim. H:s
Jhoughts are shallow and simple, and relate "most often to the
itongibles of this world." ,(
2 Then, say Hook and Mathews, we have the unschooled
linguistic colorists,'' the picturesque talkers, spiritual descend descendants
ants descendants of Kit Carson and Davy Crockett. They are interested in
language, eager to express memseives vivimy, oui mey yy m
attention to "correctness." They are followed by;
r "The semischooied self-satisfied. The members of (this
group) have sat in schoolrooms for more years than have tne
linguistic paupers or the unschooled colorists. Some of the in information
formation information poured or pounded into them has remained with
them; employment of a few of the skills that a series of teach teach-.ira
.ira teach-.ira drilled into them has become habitual. As a result their
Speech contains somewhat fewer substandard expressions than
does that of the paupers, and their writing is slightly fluid and
$ "But they are seldom conscious of language, they do not
ihlnk of trying to make their expression more effective, and
Ihey are satisfied because they are generally fairly successful in
SJonveylne the limited information requisite for communication
fin. 111 il!. 1. .. ...... ,1.. .- ;
Mliua. tneir i amines or leuuw wum.eis.,,' t v -v,
"They-do what comes naturally in 'talking and Writing;" and
nmv rareiv. as wnen tnev are uropine w express a io-tnem-n-
sual concept, or emotion, do they wish for greater facility in
By VICTOR RIESEL.
Suddenly there are informed cir
cles who say tney may have been
niunig jjave beck beiow the mo
ney oen. j.ney say mat ibeck is
now organizing a machine inside
uie leamsters Union not ohi
to try to slay on ab long as he
can but to nat.d tne giant Bro
tlierhood over to anybody else but
Jim i-ioiia, wnom He nates.
That was no great love grown
into hate. That was fear which
turned into bitterness when Holia
ordered the Teamsters' high com command
mand command in Miami Ueich to ; turn
down Beck's bid for retention
of the old lomosteaa in Seattle.
To lose his home, with built-in
compound and private miniature
railroad as veil as '.ho emoluments
of president emeritus, was just
too much "for Beck. The tear
which had once moved him to
ask the Federals tor physical pro protection
tection protection turned to hatt.
On the first day of the now-famous
convention. Beck learned
that Hoif a was going to turn his
back on the "Chief." On the se second
cond second day Beck howed his loath
ing for Hoffa publicly, that come'
aner he asked the delegates from
the Central States area "Confer "Conference"
ence" "Conference" they call it to stay
after the convention adjourned.
He (Beck) would then appoint the
conference chairman, as is. the
custom in the Teamos.
This was just routine. Hoffa is
Central States Conference chair
man. But Beck wan expected to
give the little fellow one of the
razzle dazzle re appointment
. eches. Beck aiked to the c "it
er of the stage, even before the
other delegates had cleared the
I I Ml W-v
the usn of laneuane.
, "Forever beyond them are the metaphors of the colorists,
4ut seldom do the self-satisfied care. Forever beyond them is
Jonsistently clear expression;' but if you ask the self-satisfied
fines the way to the post office and you fail to understand their
!lrections, they will look at you as it you are stupid.
Then there are the "linguistic aspirants," who have learned
anv half-truths concerning English. Most often they are lln-
uistic paupers 'with conscience and a little learning. .They are
ollowed by "linguistic uistt, "who know three-quarter truths
ut whose "aaaecrKnowieage mates tnem supercilious ana
Near the ton are the "linguistic seir-adjusters," whose writ-
Tnar is clear, but not vigorous. And best of all ar ethe "schooled
linguistic colorists." They write with the gusto of the unschooled
utthtt second group, above), but have "a few more controls, a
ijfrlder range of sentence structure, an expanded and a less re
gional vocaDuiary ana a larger store 01 miormation."
; f Everybody, but everybody, can find himself in this ook.
& Word Jufgler
J THOUGHTS FOR THANKSGIVING
"2 This Thanksgiving finds me grateful, as usual, that I have
o many things to be thankful for. t
In counting Our blessings as US citizens in the Canal Zone
Jjw find that we have plenty to eat, plenty to drink and plenty
5to worry about.
One of the things we can worry about is how to aet aside
Si few shekels for the education of our kids and the fulfillment
of our dream of a small cottage in the States to which to retire.
JjVith commissary prices rising and the cost of living soaring here
9t the same time that it is reported dropping in the States, the
crospect Is not encouraging.
Another thing we can worry about, if the commissary bill is
ot enough, is the fact that, alter 28 or so years' of service, some
tone may not like the cut of our jib or the way we mix martinis,
And we may find our jobs abolished.
2 But H we are ,tui yung enough, and ambitious enough and
.the Chagres water has not addled our brains, we can always
Auild us a "Mayflower" and take off for the land of our birth.
J Thank Goodness
MOVING FROM LA BOCA
J I am in sympathy, with the poor people of La Boca who
3iave to move mto Panama on or beiore Jan. 4. The Canal Zone
officials don't seem to realize the difficulty these people' are
paving to find a home in the Republic. As Panamanians they
mi not against uvuig in mcir-uwn cuuncry, nut iney are nanai
fapped by the shortage of houses there. -2
Here are a fewxf the hardships which confront them: ;
fe 1. House owners do not want large families; -S
2- Rents are Increased from $35 to $47.50: Z:'Vr" ?;&Ti-
3. When a tenant moves owing rent, you have to pay his
hu rent to Bet tne apartment.
I think as faithful Panama Canal workers these La Bocans
veserve some consideration, treaty or no treaty. I suggest that
if there are no apartments for these people, instead of sending
tamilies into Panama send bachelors. A bachelor can get a sin sin-41e
41e sin-41e room easier and faster than a family man cart get house or
X Then convert some bachelor quarters in the Zone into family
How high is that Doggie in the Pupnik?
The one that's so far out in space.
How well is that Doggie in the Pupnik?
Oh 1 1 do hope that Doggie is safe.
Now I don't like the people who sent it,
I don't like their tactics at all,
And I don't like the things taht they stand for,
We know that they're due for a fall.
How. high 'is that Doggie in the Pupnik,
The one -with the sad looking face?
. What's happened to that Doggie in the Pupnik?
Khrushchev should be in its place.
,WaWJffit -James R. Hoffa
chairman of the Ctntral States
Conference," Beck snapped. He
turned on his heel and walked out
These 10 words were his entire
From that moment on he hagan
organizing against Hoffa. When
the courts preventer" Hoffa from
taking office, Beck took over. He
summarily summoned officials a
cross country. A month ago he
scheduled a meeting of the 41 or
SO men who are sectional sachems
That meeting coincided with Jim
Hoffa's probable trial date. The
trials were postponed. Beck post
poned his conference.
Finally word came that the
,A TTnilArl Glano AHornQll
Paul Williams, was determined
to trv Hoffa on one of the indict
ment.1. Word went out that jury
selectibn would positively begin
on Friday, Nov. 22 and that Wil
liams hoped to open the govern
ment's case on Tuesday. Nov. 26.'
Beck? immediately sent- tord out
that the postponed parley would
begin in Seattle oil Tfiursttay .Nov.
21. He told the reamsters' nation
al organizers not to make any
plans to leave Seattle before the
week-end because, "We have an
intensive agenda Hoffa. of course,
tied down by his Courtroom ap
pearances, could not, made any
of the Seattle sessions.,
Now remember; this is the old
secondary command, appinted
five years ago and Hoffa can
not countermand orders given it.
Not for a long time, from an pre present
sent present appearances.
It can be reported that Beck
was also; using tho parley to build
a master file of all Teamsters
of influence across the) land. He
had instructed the regional chiefs
to bring along with them a list
of all Teamsters who hold office
in city and state central labor bo bodies
dies bodies or hold city, .state or federal
envernment costs. To all union
officials he was promising action
and pensions. This be had done
in a still unpublicized, three page
letter. It runs 78 lines and con contains
tains contains the pronouns "I" and "me"
There is a 12.50O.0OC pension kit
ty for top officers now. The Team Teamster
ster Teamster officials revere it.; Don't un un-derstimste
derstimste un-derstimste the power of a pen pension.
sion. pension. It was fear of the loss of
these heavy retirement payments
which swung such mett as John Johnny
ny Johnny English, teamster secretary secretary-treasurer,
treasurer, secretary-treasurer, to Hoffa. Now Beck is
dangling this juicy bait before all
officers of all locals as well.
In the same Jetter, dated Nov.
ii Beck also revealed that he
had tied the teamo national of office's
fice's office's secretarial: and technical
staffs to himself witn a system
of free lunches long week-ends.
inprairi uliries. steady pay
raises, etc And. of course there's
piped-in music, f
Tha, letter alio Indicated that
Beck would soo call a "national
conference" of IU officers, oi au
local unions., Joint councils and
area conferences; to spread more
sunshine and- benefits deep into
fhs firerTli7fltinn.' i
, NnwhM-e ii Hoffa' mentioned
in prints But in quiet conferencet
the word is spread to Teamster
officials that, after all, Hoffa may
not beat every rap ; ana inis is
the time to choose sides.
As far as ecK is concernea,
he doesn't care which side so
long as it isn't Hoffa's.
Walter Winchell In New York
MAN ABOUT TOWN
The Senate investigation of the
Guided Missi e Program will def
initely hold pub'-ic heargins de
spite objections from certain Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon sources. Seven top scientists
have been requested to testify. .
Joan Collins was absorbed in Brit British
ish British author Dayton Hillyer while
dining at Danny's. .Stokowski's
new protegee is young and weal wealthy
thy wealthy Sarah Brady of Beverly Hills
society. .Actress Rae Allen (fea
tured in, "Knock at. the Door") e-
iope'd with musical director Her Her-ert
ert Her-ert Harris to Cold Springs, N.Y.
. Jennifer Jones is in Switzer Switzerland
land Switzerland incog for a rest. .Big ro romance!
mance! romance! Playwright. Robert Ander
son and Teresa Wright, star of
The Dark at the Tod of the
Stairs". .The Romeo Sata crowd
suspect rich widder Mrs. Chas. U.
Bay and Col. Michael Paull will
merge. Always toeedda. .A No
bel Prize winner's srandkin will
be named in a Paiernitv auit iil
ed by i Harlem model He specil specil-i;
i; specil-i; In aboby nymphs. :Prob'ly
settle Warning to hostesses: Don't
invite author T. Capote and Red
Buttons to the same party.
The Washington Wire: Pentagon
ers hear Secy of Labor Mitchell
wm oe me nexf Cabinet member
to say, ta-ta-.. .Unas. ChanUn is
trying political strings to return
to tne u. a. tie claims he s, not
miffed mit us. .They expect the
central intelligence Aeencv to be
au snooK-up. Because they've been
skewpt so much. .The World se-
nes int'l bombing run was won by
two joint .teams from' Orlando,
Fla They simulated runs on 3
Midwestern cities. .It's a bov for
the James Julianas' of the McClel
lan Comm. ; .Bob Morns, chief
counsel for the Senate Internal
Security Comm. is talking about
David Schina's brother. Dick.
will shortly become betrothed to
Sarah Tal, Miss Israel. Dave just
marnea miss oniverse, . G.
Hamilton Combs ghosts Tamma
ny Chief Carmine DeS a p 1 o's
speeches. . Jovca I .par rthe
blonde deb in "Auntie Mame")
is the after-theatres date of barris
ter Wm. Mallow, who has quite a goat giving birth.
case on her. .is Bergdorf-Good
man planning big 57th and 5th
realty newsP, .M. Todd told po
llAA 1A AAA imnnrfM ., iiiffa. nn
which he paid $2,200 duty) were
stolen. .xeevee is Diamed tor a
pair of 27-year-old detective mags
(also some long time adventure
mags. .A filmag offers star Ro Ro-sanno
sanno Ro-sanno Brazzi's instructions on how
to wage an extra-marital af.air,
with helpful footnotes by his wile!
Conrad Hilton' big secret It
dollicious Yolanda Ringout.
galitbs deleted number of para
graphs from Dick Maney't "Fan-
fare'' book doaling with tho x x-Mr.
Mr. x-Mr. Frank Loostor, co-producer
of "Mett Happy Folia". .Lord
Chat. Spencor-ChurchiU, 17, young
ott ton of the Dook of Marlboro,
will work at the Ford plant (De (Detroit)
troit) (Detroit) for 5 yr. . '.The Runyon
Cancer Fund i cknowlodgod rec receipt
eipt receipt I of Ht 4S6th fcoquott. From
tho ettate of the lata LUIian W.
Rowe of NYC. ; .Thrush Dolores
Morgan's 10-karat sparkier came
from Oklahoma oilman Curt Har Harmon,
mon, Harmon, who blames It all on tho
Paris moonlight. .Dument (TV)
hoirett Yyonno Dumont wodt O
dot James Godby at West, Point
next June. .One of Pan Am'
prottiatt ttewardottes it of Green Greenwich,
wich, Greenwich, Conn. .From tho N. Y.
Timet house organ: "There are
no tall horizontal women." (prof (prof-toe
toe (prof-toe nawtee achtuff, no?) . .the
Max Lief-Manning Shorwin roli roli-nioui
nioui roli-nioui recording. 'Hit Servant"
(B.itd en tho late Son. Berkley's
latt word), it t plattor click in
.State of the
lading night spot bLr in New
York; four bistros in the East
50s are issuing bouncing chex. .
Judy Holliday has lost all tha t
extra suet from worrying about
the shattered romance with S.
Chaplin. (Never looked better in
her life). .Agent Wm. Wilkins
and Carol Bruce are uh-huhney-ing.
WASHINGTON-A crap game at
an Air Force officers cluo at Miu
dletown. Pa., might havo created
serious -racial incident the oth
er day: but good sense on the
part of two officers patched things
The Incident occurred when
Mai. Gen. George Acheson. Com'
mander of Olmstead Air Force
Base, slugged a Negro officer, Ca
John W. Read. !r:
Officers on active dutv hid ga
thered for what they called T a
aimng-in" affair, which consist
ed of dinner, drinking and recrea recreation.
tion. recreation. The recreation' consisted
chiefly of a dice game.
Read kept stopping the dice
game. As the dice were rolled he
kept caning, "ttop the game.
This", under, the. rules, he bad
right to do three times on each
point, as lone as the dice were
actually in motion and had not
came to a stop. -5 "'-.
Acheson, no, relation to the form
er Secretary of State, seemed to
think that Read was doing this
too often and also calling out af
ter tne dice had come to a stop
so mat ne could see wnetner
they favored him. He was also
putting his hand over the dice.
Acheson told Read to quit obs
tructing tne game.
The Negro Captain made some
remark that his money was in the
game, too. ; ,t : ;
Finally the comm andlng officer
walked round the table and-told
Read to his face:.
(Mow look, I have told you two
or three times not to do that.
You have been covering the dice
with your hands and that's cheat
ing. If I have to tell you once
Euautiful Kyle McDonnel, one
of the first girlt to make TV at
tractive, and mining oxoc J. Kel Kelly
ly Kelly are in Fliptvillo. . Pullman
hat paid a regular quarterly di dividend
vidend dividend for ninoty years. Prob'ly
a Stock Exchango record?.
La tost magazine it "Miilo and
Rocket". .The Mittouri Pacific
RR Board of Diroctort moot to
day In St. Louit. They wiU de declare
clare declare a quarterly dividend of 75
contt por thare in tho Clatt A
stock. $3 por year. .Tho day
Sputnik II came over Now -York
(at a.m.) tho Empire State
Bldg opened its observation tower
tt 4 a.m. for the public. They
waved away in drove. .. .Gen
Dynamic" and American Motort
planning a wedding?. .Horrible
thing happened at a 42d Street
double-feature theatre. The' pop popcorn
corn popcorn machine broke down I
Income taxort have music pubs
shuddering. Quizzing them about
the amounts "donated" to record
ing and network execs to wax
their sones. If the puoushers tes
tify truthfully, no more platters
disk'd for them. .Electra Bost-
wirk of the polo tribe and Spencer
Meredith are a steady date at
Armando's. .Philip Vsn Rennese-
laer, Babs Hutton's companion, is
more of a pal to her brudoer,
Jimmy Donahue. .. ."Passionate
Summer," a film, will show
THEN SEE US
FOR THE BEST DEAL IN TOWN
. All types and models
. as low as "I
.'':.''.. iv'H' ";
MONTHLY TLME PAYMENT
Walter BrennaV new ABC -TV
show;' "The Real McCoys," has
great heart-appeal Mr. Brennan's
a 3-time movie Academy award
winner.'. .About weeks ago
playwright Gore Vidal conferred
with Sherman Adams of the White
House to discuss speech-writing.
WU li.'T num.. y-i
mies will meet seekwitly Dec. 4
to gab about developing- new
chiefs. .The Joe Marshalls of
Int'l News will be imaee'd in
Jan. .Viveca Linfors anderoom
but-tut rumors of a divorcensation
. .The Brazilionaire, who' prac practically
tically practically lives at the Velvet Club,
has the ,biggest eyes for Martha
Kaye, who owns dun plaiz. Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Lewis pays hit puiflicity man
11,000 per week. . .Lee Gordon
(the agent who booked Sinatra
for Australia) was badly beaten
up there. He Is getting plastic
surf in the United States. .Jer .Jerry
ry .Jerry West resigned his waiter job
at 3 E. 53d St. and married a r.
ie society girl, whose pater is an
enineenn biesie. She opened a
new spot (tne Black Pearl) for
ner groom on 7Zd St.
Holiday mag for November went
to press too early. An article pre predicts
dicts predicts that Russia will fling a new
moon into the skies "next year"
. .the Anthony Shannons fHooe
Johnson) of the World-Teely Sun
are parenticipatwg. .Garbo has
local chums concerned because of
her peaked look. .Frankee's hit
recording 'A'l the Way" sounds
like a kissin cuxzin.of a. theme
from the "Cesar Franck Sympho Symphony
ny Symphony in D Minor." (Jes' tall me
perfessa.). i Jlelen Hooraves re-
rusea to wesr a white wig for her
roie in "nme Remembered.
Dyed it .They'll have to ahed
u minuus from the NBC of the
snow a London u named "l Was
cau Girl".', .enc mar lev
(beauty queen chief there) com
plained to reporters; v"The bot bottom
tom bottom dropped out of my Miss
World Contest!" Watch ys lang lang-wich$)
Read muttered under his breath.
without further ceremony, the
General slugged the Captain.
.Head, when queried, refused to
admit that the incident took place.
He said Acheson has a good re record
cord record and he would say nothing
to hurt his career. i
Acheson was asked? "We under
stand there ; was a dinine-in af
fair at Olmstead on November 6."
"Yep," he replied.
"And that It consisted of din
ner, orinKing, ana recreation in
the form of a dice1 eame."
"Yep," was the General's frank
"And we learned that you hit
and Knocked down Capt. John
"No. I bounced one off Us
The General then described ,the
incident quite frankly, admitted
both had been drinking but were
not drunk, explained that it was
the remark, -"Bull-v General,'
which got him sore.
. He said that Read had come
around the next day and apolo
gized. The General told him to for
get about it. Acheson described
Read as a "fine officer."
Both officers have port records
Of course, craps and liquor can
sometimes muss up a record, but
it's a tribute to relations in the
Air Force that an indident of this
kind could take place without
arousing racial passions.
Nobody around Adlai Stevenson.
including Adlai himself, is very
happy about his conference with
John Foster Dulles, and some of
his friends were urging him not
to get hooked up with what -they
describe .as the "floundering" Ei
They point out that at the
same time Dulles invited Steven
son to Washington, the Republican
National Committee was mailing
out reams of propaganda accus accusing
ing accusing the Democrats of starting two
world wars and warning that De Democrats
mocrats Democrats aren't qualified to lead
the nation with two Russian sput sputniks
niks sputniks in the skies.
Simultaneously, Meade Alcorn,
GOP National Chairman, has been
working -up the alibi that the
guided missile lag Is because the
Democrat. cut missile resou.i2l
. A v
Stevenson's 1 friends also
out that when Roosevelt w-med
Republican cooperation nrinr m
Pearl Harbor, he personally iavi
ed Frank Knox, former GOP can candidate
didate candidate for vice president, to be
Secretary of the Navy, and Hearj
L. Stimson, former Secretary ef
State under Hoover and Secretary
of j War.'under .Taft.Mn ha hi.
.Secretary of War. f
Their responsibUitici wer aritKt
and duties were definite, not ne nebulous
bulous nebulous as that of an adviser to
the Secretary of Ste- T
When Adlai first'fmet h
Dulles Oct; 25, Dulles had writtei
out s press release. ? announcing
that Stevenson would become an
adviser He was air set to con.
sider the whole business finished
Stevenson, however pointed out
two things: 1. if he did not a.
gree with the Dulles program fair
Mvi u ne wouin do the admim-
(ration a disservice hv haino
the position where te would hay
to exnrena that HIinvrMUMnt.
? if he disagreed jnd then kepi
Hiuei. ue wouiq no, nimseu dis
service. That was whv h wntfl
to -study the administration NA
TO plan, in advance. ? S
So ha told Duiloi rn.k
that administration's' position for
the Paris meeting- and that he,
Stevenson: would -then toil mm
whether, he could t. lnnr mitk
, .. a
it. ' r
In effect he said1: "I can't tell
you what your policy should be!
dui i n De giad to tell you if
I think .you're vrong.".
JJote One thins that wnrlr
gainst Democratic cooperation
the fact that, thuueh Roovfnf
invited Wendell WiUkie to the
White House and Truman InviV
ed Herbert Hoover, Eisenhower hay
not yet invited either Stavensria
or Truma for a personal ,talk.
In the last few days. Eisenhowfc.
er tooK time to talk with Jo
bchapiro, owner of the Lauri
Race Track, took time out
dedicate the Atomic Energy Buil
isg, address the FBi school, aiflj
play several rounds of golf, but
would not take time to confer
With Stevenson or Truman though
both were in or near Washington
Largely because of the dis-i
coveries of a brilliant young!
Frenchman; .' Jean Francois
Champollion,' historians have
been able to trace the life, cus customs
toms customs and religion of Egyptian
cultures as far back a 3500
B.C. In1 1822, Champollion
found the key to the long-lost
secret of hieroglyphic writing,
through a laborious comparij .gj
son of the Greek, Egyptian and
hieroglyphic writing on the fal
mous "Rosetta Stone," a black;
Slab of basalt which had laini
ior' centuries near one -of the) g
mouths of the Nile River.
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''pi Merilo en el Grado de Offi Official"
cial" Official" by the Paraguayan Govern Government.
ment. Government. This medal is the highest hon honor
or honor the Paraguayan government
could award to Lt. Stevenson in
his present gadt and rank. The
medal was awarded for meritor meritorious
ious meritorious service in fostering friendship
between the two coui.tnej,
Lt. Stevenson was born on the
Isthmus of Panama and attended
the Canal Zone schools and Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Junior College. Lt. Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson was commissioned in the
U.S. Army in mi. Lt Stevenson
served as a paratrooper and with
the 20lh Infantry at Fort Kobbe,
when it was designated as the
33rd Infantry, before his tour of
duty with the U S. Army Mission
in Paraguay. Lt. Stevenson is
just starting a new tour of duty
with the 54th infantry at Jtort
LOCAL BOY DECORATED Lt. Davis Stevenson la shown
receiving the "Orden Nacional de Merito en el Orado Oficlal"
from Maj. Gen. Samaniego, Minister of Defense of Paraguay
on behalf of the Paraguayan Government. Viewing the cer ceremony
emony ceremony from left to right are Lt. Col. warren J. Green and col.
S.TJ5.P. Tyner, Chief of the United States Army Mission in
Paraguay. Lt. Stevenson was born on the Isthmus of Pana Pana-.
. Pana-. ma and attended Canal zone schools.
Mr. LaVern Dilwt
Will Bt Fetad
By USCA On Friday
An informal reception in honor
of Mr. La Vera5 Diteweg will be
held by the United States Citi
zens' Association on friaay eve
ning at 8 o'clock in the Fern
Room of the Tlvoli Guest House.
All members have been invited
by Mr. Winter Collins and the
other officers of the Association
to attend the Dartr and to be
come better acquainted with Mr,
Di wee. who exnects to leave me
Isthmus on Saturday.
Are the youna men of today bet
ter, husbands and lathers then the
men of their' fathers' generation
That question is prompted by
the response I've received to a
recent column in which I describ described
ed described a woman's idea of an ideal
husband and then asked. "Does
he sound too good to be true?
From all over the country have
come letters of protest from wives
who say: "My husband is all that
you describe and more."
Then they go on to tell how
their husbands Iiclp with the
housework, the marketing, care
of the children and much more.
As one voung wile put it, We
are partners in everything we do.
My husband woulcln I minic oi sil
ting around watching me wont,
when by pitching in and helping
me, we can get the work done
in half the time, and them sit
- Vr :y,
The interesting thing to me a a-bout
bout a-bout these letters, aside from the
fact that many wives were promptr
ed by rtiy column to rise in de defense
fense defense of. their husbands, was that
all the letteis came 'from young
The only way 1 can account for
that fact Is that the young, hus husband
band husband of today is playing a more
active part in hoinemaking then
his father or his grandfather ever
It these helpful young husbands
ever have any doubt about tne
wisdom of their active participa
tion in the Jb 01 homemaking and
bringing up children, they ought
to read their wives letters
Thev are a happy .contrast to
the frustrated, unhappy letters
that come dally io tnis column
from wives whose husbands feel
they have done all that can be
expected of them by earning
By OSWALD JACOBV
Written ifor NEA Service
Show By Soldiers For Soldiers
Due To Arrive Here December 20
LTl GENERAL AND MRS. ROBERT MONTAGUE
GJYE DESPEDIDA FOR COL. AND MRS FRAKE
Commander in Chief Caribbean Command Lt. Gen. Robert
Montague and Mrs. Moutague entertained a group of friends at
their quarters on Tuesday night.
The occasion was a despedida for Col, and Mrs. Chester O.
Frake who are sailing for the United States on Saturday.
Gaw. And Mrs. Potter
Will Attend Party
Tivoll Guest House
(The Supply and Employe Serv
lJe Bureau will hold a "Get Ac-
-i,n;ntl T.t" in III. Tivnl i
Guest House Ballroom on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Nov. 30. Governor and Mrs.
W. E Potter, Lt Gov and Mrs
H M Arnold and Mrs Clyde Tur Turner
ner Turner will he the honor guests of
tke evening Mr. L. A. Ferguson
ntw Director of the Bureau, and
Mrs. Ferguson will also be pres pres-eft
eft pres-eft Good humor Will be the theme
for the evening;, in addition to
tile get-acquamte feature. A num number
ber number of laugh r'ovoking events ae
aeheduled during the coarse of
JSongs will 'be provided by the
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Famous Supply and Employe
Service Bureau Quartet. A skit
will show what hapened to Little
A number of worthwhile prizes
wul be distributed during the eve evening
ning evening from such sources as Casa
Fasflidh,"-lanama Radio Corpor ac action,
tion, action, TropelcO;; Cambra: Cia.( D.
W. Dickerson and others.
Cocktails will bp served'at 6:30
dinner at about 7:30, with danc dancing
ing dancing to begin about 8:30 Music
will b furnished by the popular
Royal Sultan Orchestra from the
Lt. Davti Stvnon
Lt. Davis Stevenson was recent
ly awarded the "Orden Nacional
Chinese Tten-Age Club
Will Give Fashion Shew
The Chinese Teen-Age Club of
Colon is, sponsoring a dance and
Oriental fashion show at the
Strangers Club in Colon on Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening, December 7th. The
proceeds will be the Teen age
Hub's Christmas Sift to the Old
Folks' Home in Puerto Pilon and.
also to St. Joseph's Social Center
in Colon in an effort, to make
Christmas a little more pleasont
for the unfortunate.,
Music will be played by Ivan
Thomas and his orchestra, a
group rapidly becoming more po popular
pular popular for good quality of music.
The oriental fashions will be
modelled by the "Jovenes Unldas
ri rninn a China" 01 ranama.
Thl same show was presemea at
the Panama Golf Ulub in ucioner
nH was a huce success. Aiianuc
irters now have the opportunity
of enjoying it. The public is cor-
t'.ia"" invitett ana ucneis i
v V, per person; In aaanion are
'nnlv tl per person. In addition io
all the entertainment, iwr
be door prizes.
A payment I
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"Rolling Along of 1957" A
show by soldiers for soldiers
is scheduled to arrive in U.S.
Army Caribbean Dec. 9, ?nd re
main until Jan. 6.
The fast moving, brilliantly
costumed entertainment features
winners and selected acts from
the annus 1 U Army Entertain Entertainment
ment Entertainment Contest.
A great success in the commad
last vear. ."Rolling Along" is
the third edition of this -how, and
includes a performer from the
According to Variety, the thea theatrical
trical theatrical trade magazine, "Rolling
Along" is a blend of professional
and amateur entertainers, and
displays the ability of two virtual
strangers to get together and
blueprint their own entertainment.
For example, Sic. Roman An-
cho Jr. of Fort "Hood, Tex, is a
highly skilled hone crusher who
,has iarne his bfbWh belt in
Pt. Robert M. Dishy of Fort
Dix, N.J. who appears to. be a
chap with a naturally humorous
bent, helps to make the muscle
display unusual and entertaining.
: In other categories, the s enter enter-tainnient
tainnient enter-tainnient is culled from the' usual
divisions 'of song and dance men
with some homegrown efforts that
come off excellently, show re
views declare. 1
Pfc. Ronald Ha skins Is the
first member of U.S. Army Ca-
nuueau ever iv ue uiviuucu ill lue
fi member of the 79th' Army Band
at Fort Clayton, has been a muV
sican for the greater part of his
life. He played in bands in college
throughout the California area. As
Any golfer with average coor coordination
dination coordination can learn to break 80
if he applies himself Intelligent Intelligentlyso
lyso Intelligentlyso believes Ben Hogan, cham champion
pion champion golfer, whose r book "The
Modern Fundamentals of, Golf,"
is among those placed In circu circulation
lation circulation this, week .by the Canal
Together with Herbert Warren
Wind and artist Anthony Ra-
vielll, the greatest golfer of our
generation gives a atep-Dy -step
explanation on how to not only
improve one's game and lower
one's score, but also to help get
even more fun out of what many
people already think is the most
enjoyable game in tne worm.
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the Library this week follows:
Non-Fiction How to Find a
Buyer for Your Invention, An An-german;
german; An-german; Professional Amateur,
Boyd: wnat Does tne west
Want, Catlin; The Fine Art of
Reading, Cecil; Jeb-Stuart, The
Last Cavalier, Davis; The Dead
Sea Scriptures, Davis; Military
Heritaa-e of America.' Dupuy:
Heritage of the Desert. Ellis; The
Modern Fundamentals of Golf,
Hogan; The Yoke and The Ar Arrows.
rows. Arrows. Matthews: Like a Bulwark.
Moore; The River of Life, Piatt;
Philosophy of Religion, True-
biood; The Lire .or jonn smith,
English Soldier, Wharton.
Fiction The secret Moun
tains, Appleby; Homing, Bee be
T.TJl.: The Actress, Breuer;
Come with Me to Macedonia,
Drohan; The End or 'Pity, Mac
auley; Revolution and Roses,
Newby; Knocked for a Loop,
Rice: A Double Aiiair, Tnirkeu:
The Wise Children, Weston; The
Gilt and the Giver, White.
Orly Field. Strike
In Paris Idles
3 Unions, 1 Stays
PARIS. Nov. mt (UP) Customs
agents -at Orir went out on 24
our strikes for hither waeei at
midnight last night but some ins
pectors from a non-striunf union
stayed on the job.
The walkout, scheduled to end
midnight tonight, was called
by the Communist led CGT, the
Catholic CFTC and a third, auto
nomous union. Members of the So
cialist union were not observing
the strike order.
trumental Broun winner. "The
Interludes." he toured Panama
with the soldier show. "Carib, Cap
Civilians had a lot to do with
the shaping of "Rolling Along."
Production supervisor and direc
tor is Leonard Kobrick, a former
bandleader at New York's Latin
Quarter. Choreography is by Er
nestine Mercer, also a longterm-
er at the Latin Quarter as a
singer and dancer. Choral, direc direction
tion direction is by Donald C. Pfost, cos costumes
tumes costumes are by Harold Oberon and
Cyril P, Heiman i the civilian
advisor. The Special Services of officer
ficer officer in charge of production is
Lt. Col. Rector c. Wilson.
In this current world wide tour,
the troupe will put on 5. perform performances
ances performances in all the service areas un until
til until Feb. 15.
' The local schedule of times and
detaes for the per ormances of
"Rolling Along of 1957" will a
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Tollers In Debate
On Electorate Bill
KARAcjHI, Nov 28 UP)- The
Pakistan tfovernment'ttiay fall to-l
day if difference between theif
two major -coalition groups are noo;
President Iskander Mirza failed
to resolve the deadlock at a
round table conference of the two
parties, the Republicans and the
Muslim league, at his house yes-1
Give a man a nine-high hand
and he discourages mighty easi
ly. When the opponents bid game
without any words from his
partner he does not expect to do
much about, setting it, but once
m a while ne gets a cnance to De
a nero. f
Woody Schafer of Dallas had
that nine-spot-high hand,; but
his partner opened the deuce of
nis five-card spade suit and
Woody noted that he could pro produce
duce produce a vital spade trick if his
partner could get tne lead ana
would return the suit.
The automatic, play of the
spade nine spot would take away
his only possible entry, so
Woody dropped the five under
South knew there had to be a
five-card spade suit somewhere,
but he noted that if he could
sneak a diamond through) and
finesse the club successfully he
could make nine tricks. Hence,
South's first play after winning
tne opening spade lead .with the
oueen was to lead the three of
West hopped right Up with the
ace. He could count points and
noted that in order for South to
have 16 points he was marked
with every missing honor.
West also counted out the rest
of the tricks for declarer once
he got the lead, so he had noth nothing
ing nothing to lose by laying down the
ace oi spaaes.
Poor Southihad to drop, his
king and West continued with
the jack and eight. Wood'- over
took with his carefully preserved
nine spot and his fifth spade
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FOLK DANCING Professof Moscoso oXPanama nd MisiS
Rosalia Barraza, last year's Carnival Queen, presented a dio dio-gram
gram dio-gram of Panamanian Folk dancing at the Albrook Officersl
Wives Club monthly luncheon last 1 week. Miss Barraza
wearing the pollera that was her coronation' gown.
Thirty-Five Bliiid WdmefB
Cook Thanksgiving Turkeyf
By MARY PRIME
arose over the
The Muslim League wants to
introduce a bill in the National
Assembly meeting today to bring
about the replacing of the joint
electorate by a separate electorate.
this tooth and nail.
Fresh as all outdoors
To Close Second
Year Of Aclivily
The Manna-Bible Institute of
La Boca, will close Its second
school year of activity with a
specialu program on Thursday.
uec. la, at. 7:30 p.m. irr the La
Boca Christian Mission Church;
The Urogram will honor the
new students for having success-t
wiiyicHU b4cii mat Ottt-
lsfactorlly. A student from each
class will give lectures on some
of whaKhey have learned since
enrolling. The Institute Is a non nonprofit
profit nonprofit enterprise, with the sole
aim or teacmng the Bible to as
many as possible.
' This will be the last program
w uc utsia in xne ia aoca (Jnris
tian Mission, church. A
NEW YORK, Nov. 28 (UP) -r-Thlrty-five
New Yorkers ., will
bustle about their kitchens this
Thanksgiving like millions of
other women. They'll roast the
turkey, pop the pumpkin pie in
the oven and dlsn up tne cran
berry sauce "-But nere tne re
semblance ends. '-These
These '-These women are blind.
They are among hundreds of
persons who have learned to live
normal lives through a non-sectarian
program sponsored by the
Guild For the Jewish Blind. The
Guild is the nation's largest
non-profit organization employ employing
ing employing professional counselor to
train the. blind.
A model apartment consisting
of a combination. living-dining
rom and kitchen is in the Guild
building.. Here, the newty-Wlnd
meet daily for 12 weeksatprnjft. BlttlgeneisJlyjibjijttAfintf tab
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US, Soviet Leaders
ROME7 Nov. 28 (UP) The
world's is two great powersthe
united states and the Soviet U-nion-are
governed bv men "fear.
tuny inferior to their tasks" in
a decisive period of the ; history
of humanity, the respected Rome
newspaper "il Tempo" -said to today,
day, today, -v :P:.,iv,;
Commenting editorially on Pre President
sident President Elsenhower's illness the
newspaper said the United States
suffered a -"power' crisis" caused
by the President's "physical weak
ness V Sf t. -v.,s-
Discussing ; what it Called the
problem of leaders" in the world1
major state. "II Tempo' said:
"On the one hand, a Tigid cons-
inuuoa gran is aimo&i ansoiuie pow
er to a weak and. sick man for
another three years: on the other
the forces Jof reality overriding
the formal clauses of a constitu
tion have placed terrifying des destructive
tructive destructive means in the hands of
an alcoholic inclined to violence.
"The new classes of leaders have
nor carried the best servants of
the' community to power, but only
the figures best adapted to the
respective systems; a lifeless sym symbol
bol symbol for the., American electoral
masses, an intriguer without scrup
les for the conspiracies fo Rus
sian power struggle
cooking and housekeeping, Oth
ers, who want to brush up on
culinary skills, meet once a week
tor six weeks.
Men Join Classes
Most are women, but some men
om the classes. "Tney usuauy
live alone and are tired of their
own cooking. They learrf to
make fancy dishes," said Sidney
R. Saul recreation director.
The pupils spent the past few
weeks learning to baste, stuff
and roast turkeys, bake pies, fix
vegetables and salads, and serve
meals, "They even carved the
birds with no cut fingers,"
"We teach them to- do any
thing in the kitchen and cook
anything a sighted person would.
We don't make them start from
scratch. After all, even the best
siehted cooks use prepared mix
es. But some women do object to
beinir can-ODener cooks." he
The kitchen does not have any
eauinment made especially for
the blind, except braille cooking
timers. (Braille dials are availa available
ble available fo.r stoves and washing ma machines,
chines, machines, but the classes use a
system of adhesive tape strips to
Stoves, 'sinks, refrigerators,
washers and cooking utensils ar
standard Items. Gadgets lnclud
flame tamers'! to limit hear
and prevent pota boiling oarv
spoon holders' attached to pan
push-button pancake turneia turneia-and
and turneia-and flint lighters instead of
matches. -.. . "A
Students use metal instead o'f
wooden spoons because tMr
scraping sound helps them stir
They do not use electric mixers
"These would reguire awhtii
course," said Saiil. "it takw
more time to mix by hand, but
a blind person will tell vnn h
time is something he has plenty
Of.,' pa, the: cooks make mistakes?-
t-!ii;.s!W Si- r,rjii
Once In a while thwv hmii
steaks in honey: instead of -but-
ier or aaa saitm8tead-of sugar.
When they do, they laugh about'
umore carefuiKthan the ( Sighted
person, ramines oiten-.telliiua
mom cooks better now than she
did before? lie said. v
- vuvi rnnnuoiuni, JilCJir
has appealed to th United Statesi
the Soviet Union and several other'
countries to meet soon in-.a cnea1
summit conference, it. was report
Nehru told a press conferenra-
today to a review of world ai.
fairs that "American and Russia
can mould this world and either
raise it to undreamed of hefrtr'
or horl it to the pit of disaster.
. Informed diplomaticisi leourcef
said Nehru has appealed to both
East and West t meet soon in
a conference to settle world Pea"ci
by means of peaceful coexistence;
''It is only (through idirectH.aD
proaches and agreements through
peaceful means that (The World's)
problems can he solved." Nehrdf ;
told the press conference" today.
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iMry And Mrs. Cm
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and Mrs. Edward f Cox
were hosts for the Gem and Min
eral Society at their home in Gat-
un or : we novemoer meeting.
There were fifteen members and
five guests present. Mr. (Baumsn
whittled the business section of
thiCmeeting sown to the bare es essentials
sentials essentials in order to have ; ample
tinl for the nroeram to follow.
U. Lucas, who was to have giv
en. A short talk on the amethyst
was unable to appear due to ni nines.
nes. nines. Her talk will be scheduled
fora -later date. biwXit
Aftt Cor ihowed Ills work shoo
willf the variou units raneine
fren a very smalt trimsaw as
sembly which ha- had made filra filra-setffand'
setffand' filra-setffand' which excited admira-
tiOX and green eyes envy r from
m of those.'present) v through
grlading and polishing units. He
ha- chosen to facet for ', demon
stration purposes, a clear crystal
from a?1 group of crystals : which
hLhed en display. Since it would
take1 three to four hours, to cut
anifbolish a stone. Mr. Cox had
already cut the crystal and it
wJfiM ready ; for the polishing
stage, while domg this tie dii
cussed angle elevation and various
degrees used in cutting quartz.
. Upon completion and after gener
al inspection he faceted stone
.was offered as a sift. Mr. Bruce
Morrow was the lucky winner.
; On. display.' was some of the
work Mr. Cox hai done, both fa-
ceted and cabochons. In the case
containing faceted gems were to
paz, citrine i amethyst and ao.ua
marine which were faceted in the
bnUianf and emerald style cuts.
Refreshments were enioved. he-
for the Pacific Siders made the
return trip. -s -; i V t
Cmdr. And Mrs Warriner
Give Dinner Party
Commander and Mrs. C. T E
Warriner of the Fifteenth Naval
District entertainer at dinner on
Monday at their quarters for Lt
Commander and Mrs.; Vern Siemht
of Coco Solo, and Lt; and Mrs.
Jaek -Park who are leaving for
States duty. Other guests were
Commander and Mrs. Walter
Clark, Commander and Mrs.
George Clifford, and Lt. and Mrs.
Robert French. , .. ,i
will Be HsW ;;:K:,
On Saturday .-. WWl
The Pacific Order- -ofDemolay
will-hold a -earuivaj this Saturday
from 4 pm. at the Scottish, Rite
Temole- m Balboa. - v. ..,.:.:
There Y will be ? all' kinds r of
games, a fish pond, chamber of
horrora and side show. .'
v Hamburgers and light s pinners
will oe avauaoi. ryv'f F-'ViJ.
Bins Party ,K ,5 ;.i V. ;
, The Pacific Navy Wives' Club
sponsored their monthly binbo par party
ty party at the Red Crosa lounge i of
Gorgas Hopital on Monday The
chairman for the evening was
Mrs. Mary Carlile, assisted by
Mrs. Bobbie Lampkins and Mrs.
Peal Whitford. Prizes of cigarette
cases, stationary and other items
were awarded to trie following pa patients
tients patients : Al Kachinoski, Charles S.D,
Turner., Gary Morthole. Pete C
Cabrera, Chan Ping Chuen, Alfred
D. ourour. and Gilbert Salnten.
Refreshments of cookies and
punch were served, both In the
lounge and the patients on wards
1Z and 14. -
Of Polk Dancina
Albrook Officers' Wives enjoyed
a urogram or Panamanian v ioik
dancing by Professor Moscoso and
Miss Rosalia Uarraia, last year s
Carnival Queen, at the November
luncheon. Mis. Barraza wore the
beautiful .Pollers that .was her
The : luncheon tables were dec
orated, with garlands of brilliant
red hibiscus and-dolls dressed in
Panamanian costumes. The menu
included a very tasty "arroz con
pouo. J .
r Mrs. Duncan, mother of ; Mrs.
Franklin L. Spann, was introduc
ed as a guest. Door prizes, were
won by Mrs. Albert A. Jisone
Mrs. Miles E. Burgenheim, Mrs
Frederick" js. zigan ana M rs
Perrv M. Woods.
The decoration com mittee head
eu by Mrs; Edward J. Sass, Jr
included Mlrs. Joseph E. Shea
Mrs. Glenn R. Swann,-Jr, Mrs
Reinaldo J. Saiz. and Mrs. Wil
liam D McCartHy. The program
was arranged by ; Mrs. Claude A.
On Ccn.7ii.iC3 Ibzd
. BONN Germany! Nov.S fUP)
West German chancellor Xonrad
Adenauer suffered a defeat within
his own party today when, the
Christian Democrat parliamentary
faction voted 117 95 to accept
Socialist Herbert Wchner as head
of the Bundestag's all ,- German
affairs eommittee.uun 'v;f-',--r-
Adenauer has consistently op
Dosed Wehneri candidacy and
bluntly told a Cabinet session yes
terday that he was pot prepared
to accept mm in we post. -Wehner.
a one time Communist,
is the Socialist Party's expert, on
East 'German affairs snd Adenau
er s opposition to his : candidacy
was expected to set off a first
clsss political row s,
:-,y.Vv; t i 1 4. mi i -1.;?. ft
Egypt's Press Slops
Is Defending Jordan
CAIRO, Nov. 28 (UP). --, The
Egyptian press, which bitterly
attacked King Hussein of Jordan
only last week, rushed to the oe
fense of Jordan todav with edi
torlals echoing, a government
statement that sot attack on
Jordan would be regarded as an
attack -on. Eevnt.. :.r9 '.'i -v:.:.'
The newspaper Al Shaab said
"despite the struggle against
traitorous, reactionary and op opportunist
portunist opportunist elements, the Arab
neonles In the face of severe
trial or threatened calamity will
forget all such petty differences
to stand as one man against
threatened danger. ;,t.v
.. In another typical editonai, ai
Gomhouria said ; "we shall de defend
fend defend Jordan lust' as all Arab
peoples defended' Egypt ana au
Arabs are defending Syria'; to
day-. V-v.-.-i :S,
Want to be Queen of the Cops?
,, The Canal Zone Police Association is soonaorlnB a ax Po
llce Queen contest In connection with the Annual Policemen's
Ball which is scheduled for March. 7, 1958, at a location to be
announced later. .v t v
"This is the- third year such a contest has been sponsored by
th Police Association. -"
- --vSunday, Dec: 8 Is the deadline for entries' and entry blanks
must be -postnlarlcedr not-later than -Dee".' K? iuw r....
" "! Following is the- entry blank whlchj'should' be filled out by
contestants: t?,"f .-i .,'!U(t,
' .' In OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK
Queen Contest u
iCH N Canal Zone Police 'Association' (Pacific)
"Address?.' i V '
, Parents names: - i
o." fit M'l.
EdiicationMgh School;-!-. collegeN
i -trOft tm -- )
Measurements: Height: ,'
I i 1 ".. Bust: ;...V'"
Special Training :-
- Color Hair:
' -'.'(i-; "i tt's V ,,y ( f
Hbbbies and other talents:
Ambition and plans for the future:
Interesting facts about yourself:
Entrant agrees to abide by all the rules set forth by the
Canal Zone Police Association 20th Annual Ball Committee:.
-'Entrant agrees that the time, manner and method of Judg Judging
ing Judging the contest, shall be solely within the discretion of- the
CZ-P-At and that the decisions of the Judges shall be final: i
t 'Contestants will be required to appear in formal attire and
bathing suits at a private judging with only the parents of con contestants,
testants, contestants, committee members and the. judges being present as in
he-past. 5 : L
. i.! I hereby acknowledge that I have read the' official rules
anM regulations as printed in the notice regarding the Contest
and that I am complying with them in every way, and further.
hat personal, data as herein set forth: is correct
. .... "
Club Will Meet
The Curundu Women's Club will
hold their monthly meeting at the
Community Building in Curundu
next Wednesday. All members are
urged to attend. Any member
wishing to attend with guest
please call Mrs. Hattie Laird at
5177 or Mrs. Babs Marohl at 83-
UPON RECEIVING a Pepartment of the Army certificate for
participation in Project Paydirt, Sfc. john B. Craver. admin administrative
istrative administrative NCO, UJS. Army Dispensary, Tort Clayton, explains
his prize winning suggestion to Col.; Leonard r .Wilson, chief
surgeon United States Army Caribbean. Graver's suggestion
facilitated records keeping at the dispensary, resulting in the
savin? of a laree number of man hours per month. In addi
tion to the suggestion certificate; the Fort. Clayton sergeant
i w'. was preseniea a xnree-ay pass. -tu.a. Army rnotoj
Dominican Woman May Take Stand
WASHINGTON. Nov. 28 (UP)
Tne former woe :a one time
Dominican 1 official, who testifi
ed in the trial of Washington at
torney John Joseph Frank, arriv arrived
ed arrived here today from the Domini-:
The woman, a possible defense
witness, is Mrs. Maria Mta. ex
wife rof 'German E. Ornes, now
exiled in San Juan. .Puerto Rico,
She was accompanied by her three
children, two girls and a boy, and
A Justice Department spokes
man : told the United Press, the
defense "might attempt" to place
the dark haired middle a ged
woman on the witness stand in
an effort to refSse Ornes' testi
Ornes, also a former Dominican
newspaper owner, blasted the
Dominican government and strong
man Rafael L. Tnrjillo for using
227 Students To Graduate
From USAF School Dec. 5
J Mail entry to Box 3691, Balboa, C2.
f Contest applications must be. received before Dec. 8, 1957 and
applications received after that date will "not be considered
Contestants must "be unmarried: between 17 and 22 years of
age, residents of the Canal-Zone, Pacific Side, and of good
Character. ---: r :-V''-.'? r
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CUT I CUC A
USAF School for Latin Amer
ican graduation ceremony will, be
held for the 227 students of. class
Maj. Gen. Truman H. Landon
commander, Caribbean ;Air Com
mand, win deliver the main, ad
dress in Spanish to the graduates,
reDresentintr 17 countries of Latin
America inis lS'tr.e mn conse
cutive class to complete the com
prehensive and intensified six
months training -offered by the
When the last student of class
58-A has received his diploma
the school will have graduated
3,761 students since 195 when it
was officially established on AI
The program for Thursday s
grsduation begins with the pre
sentation of dignitaries from tne
17 .Latin American countries re
presented in the ; student body,
followed by the playing, of the
National Anthem. Chaplain .Fre
derick E. Zigan will deliver the
invocation. Landon. the. principa
sneaker will be introduced i by
T.t rinl Franlr H T?inn arlinnl
commandant. -Rmn will also give
deoartins message to the stu
dent body following Landon's ad
Landon and a representative of
each country -will present the dl
Dlomas followed bv Rinn present
ing the athletic trophies to the
school s best compeuuve sport-s
Students Alvare Campos -; of
Costa Rica will deliver the stu
dent's response in English and stu
dent; Ataulfo Tobar Parades of
Ecuador will deliver the response
in Spanish to Rmn'a departure
message. v v
After the student body has sung
the traditional "Hymns of the
Americas". Mser. Francisco Beck-
man, Archbishop of Panama will
deliver the benediction, s
Receptions will be held at both
the officers and ftco uuns lonow lonow-ing
ing lonow-ing the graduation where students
will have the ooDOrtunitr to say
farewell to their instructors and
classmates.-, -w ,.
Students represented in this
class include: rpentine 41 Bo
livia 6, Colombia 10, -Costa Rica
3. Cuba 20, Chile 12, Dominican
Republic 17 Ecuador 2S, El Sal Salvador
vador Salvador 6, Guatemala 11, Honduras
I. Mexico 7, Nicaragua 10, Pana Panama
ma Panama 8, Peru 21, Paraguay 6, and
Venezuela 18.'.-. r '. y" i
' Eighteen courses were studie4
bv the members of clsss 58-A
whereby each man could become
a specialist in us own seiectea
field. Through the' school's stand standardized,
ardized, standardized, teaching techniques, air airmen'
men' airmen' of the Americas sre making
hemisphere solidarity a' reality.
a "hostage system" to enforce the
loyalty v of ; its citizens. He said
that on trips outside the country,
he was forced, in effect,, to leave
his three children as hostages
to insure his good behavior. Since
breaking with the Trujillo govern government,
ment, government, he said, he had lost contact
with the children.
Frank's defense attorneys damn
ed a lid of silence over Mrs. Mo
ts 's arrival. She was met at the
Washington National : Airport by
William M. Donnelly, an associate
defense: counsel. He immedratelv
cauuonea tne woman agamst talk'
ing about her trip. '' v
Donnelly also declined comment.
ssying he was acting, on ofders
of chief defense counsel Edward
L. Carey, t f-uv
Carey refused comment on the
trip- and on whether he ''Intends
to put the woman on the witness
stand in court. ;
The government is seeking to
prove that Frank, 42, a former
Federal (Bureau of Investigation
agent acted s an unregistered
agent for the Dominican govern government,
ment, government, ,;,
' Ornes reportedly returned to
his Saa Juan home shortly after
testifying at Frank's Federal Dis
trict Court i trial. It was understood
here, be knew his former -wife
would come to Washington,
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PARIS, Nov. It (Wi-i- : The
French National assembly unex
pectedly: cut off debate on the
home rule bill Tor Algeria ana tne
government is presenting the De Deputies
puties Deputies a slightly revised measure
today. " .- .' :;: ":,..,.,-.
The Alsemhly's: action lata last
night Involved a i technical ques question
tion question of how elections, would. be
conducted in Algeria under the
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ay on the "Loi Cadre" (frame
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267 vote in favor "of a notion by
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mriTin bViccct Forilpi Minitttr AqUilinor Boyd gave. a cocktail party in th Presidential Suite of thi.
COCKTAIL BUffcT Hotel El Panama Monday nlght'irt honor, of ,the vUitingCongressmen of the Ma"
PUR CUNCjKCJjMtN with Congrestman" Robert W,' Hemphill of South Carolina on his right and Congress-
rnat John Young of Texaa on hi left.
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at the? thow, presented -for merhbere and guest of thej. Uj
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Editor: CONRADO SAKUtANl
Navy's Athletic Director
Fretting About Complacency
On Eve Of Army-Navy Game
-y OSCAR FRALEY 1
NEW YORK (UP) The will
'and determination to win' means
'much to Capt. Slade Cutter, and
'it explains why Navy's athletic di di-'
' di-' rector jis fretting today over
' "an atomosphere of complacency"
'among the brigade of Midshipmen
' at they head for the annual gird
encounter with Army.
; Cutter always has been a man
I big in the guts and perseverence
department. He had to be, start
astic flute solo champion.
But despite that beginning,
square-jawed Slade became one of
the finest athletes at Annapolis
tend one of the Navy's most dec dec-iWated
iWated dec-iWated submarine officers in
World War II in which his sub submarines
marines submarines accounted for 19 enemy
Taking It For Granted
I i "The -boys seems to be taking
, (this one for granted," complained
ithe man whose 20-yard field goal
Ibeat Army in 1034 and who went
lundefeated 'in 22 fights as a col
' I legiate heavyweight. ,-
f "It's the brigade, not the team
" !er the coaching staff' he added.
'"But at Annapolis the team is sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by the student body
'throughout most of the day and
'it's a tremendous influence. If
.Jthey communicate this feehrig to
, the team, we're sunk."
" As an example of the necessity
' !to have that fervent desire for vic victory
tory victory he recalls the -1942 game in
Viwhich Army was the. heavy favor-
' i "We -had no tfctsiness on the
same field witlf. them, but w$ won
lit, 14 io: 0,", he- illustrated. "we
' tjust wanted it worse ,thajl '' they
did." ; .'"
i But there's one pointing up
the need for that winning desire desire-'Which,
'Which, desire-'Which, stands foremost in ,Jiis
.,- mind. J ,
. ThaCme was n 1950 when
;Cutterwas stationed in California
;and again Nayy was the iuiderdog
gains Army.v, r 1
i Shaken fty Chesn Battle
J "Wf were supposed to have
f Am.niir in to listen to the game
' Ion the radio," he said. "But then
, II heard the news that the fifth
'regiment of the First Marine JLvi JLvi-'sion
'sion JLvi-'sion had been surrounded at the
'Chosen Reservoir in Kora.
' "My kid sister's husband was
' 'in that outfit," Cutter remember remember-'
' remember-' 'd aoftly. , 'r "
! Cutter was shaken by the news.
! He couldn't go home and face his
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6 AP IT OLIO I 7VOLIxl kio I
Gap it olio
with B. Lancaster
-I--- Also: ? --
I The Bl Bodl
with. Errol Flynn
guests. So he simply sat in m s
car ana tnen, aespue nis meniai
depression, fihally tuned in the
Army-Navy game alone.
"Navy wasn't supposed w win
that one, either." he recalls. "iBut
those kids fought their hearts out
and they won it, 14 to Z.
It gave the worried Cutter what
he calls tersely "a helluva mental
"I figure that if those kids' could
fight their way out of that one,"
he grinned, "maybe the Marines
could too. And. what do you
think? Damned if they, didn't."
Which explains why Capt. Slade
Cutter wants a fighting Navy
team down there on the Drignt
green turt at Municipal oihuiuih
on Saturday. Anu wny, as navy s
athletic director, he's trying to
see that's whaMhey'll have.
Ohio State Fails
To Place Anyone
On UP All-America
NKW YORK. Nov. 28 (UP)
Top-ranked Ohio State failed to
place anyone on tne umiw
Press All-America first team but
the, Midwest came through to
dominate the selections.
The Midwest captured four of
the first eleven spots. Iowa had
two of them in end Jim Gibbons
and tackle Alex Karras. Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State had one with halfback
Walt Kowalczvk and Notre Dame
tooir the other Midwest, place
hvith guard Al Ecuyer.
The soutniand was next wim
three places. It was represented
bv Georgia Tech's Don Stephen Stephenson
son Stephenson at center, Auburn's Jimmy
Phillips at end and, Kentucky's
Lou Michaels at tackle.
Oklahoma, last year's national
champion, placed two men on
the squad. The Sooners were rep represented
resented represented by halfback Clendon
Thomas and guard Bill Krisher.
Th remaining backfield posi
tions were taken by halfback Bob
Anderson of Army and halfback
.Tnhn Crow of Texas a ana m.
Anderson was the first sopho
more to make the squad in sev
onlv the Far West and the
Rocky-Mountains failed to place
onvnnp nn the mvthical eleven.
The best Ohio State could do was
to place halfback Don ciaric ana
guard Aurelius' Thomas on the
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The newly installed board of
director of the Colon Junior
Chamber of commerce will be
honored with a special feature
race at the President Remon
racetrack Sunday afternoon,
Dec. 1.'. i; ., v
The board of directors, all of
whom will be installed at the
Washington Hotel on Saturday
nieht. have made arrangements
for any "Colonlte" traveling to
the capital, to be admitted tree
to Sunday afternoon's racesi
Ticket that will; identify the
Gold Coasters, are available at
the Esquire Book Store, Tropldu Tropldu-ra
ra Tropldu-ra Paint, Shop and from any
member of the Colon Jaycees.
Special arrangements have also
been made with the local bus
lines to Provide eclal round
trip rates for ihe day in -order
tnat a maximum amount-oi At
lan tic aiders can attend the races
at the President Remon; race
track. V ''H..'ifcVih"'
The feature event at the track
will be the running of the "Han
dicap Camara Jpnior" and the
winner will receive valuable
trophy. The winning jockey will
also be presented a elft from the
Colon Junior Chamber of Com
The President of the Republic,
Don Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.,
and Governor Wm, E. Potter are
among the dignitaries invited to
attend as guests of the jaycees
Tne board or directors wm at
tend en masse,, led by president
Ramon MendezdThe other mem
bers of the board are Rubert
Kam. 1st vice-president; Ernesto
Berrio, 2nd vice-president; ro
gelio Ellis, secretary; Felice Feo
li, treasurer: Antonio R. Jaen,
fiscal and vocals Ernesto Berrio
and Alberto Cabrera.
It is expected that a laree At
lantic side delegation will travel
to Panama City Sunday ior tne
running or tne Handicap honor
ing the Junior Chamber of Com
And Ground Gaining
PHILADELPHIA (UP) The
Baltimore Colts not only took over
'first dace in the Western Confer
ence- ot- tne muonai tiooinau
Leaguft'Simday iut also, toik over
again, as the leading ground gain
er, tne weeKiy statistics snowea
The ; front running (Jolts rolled
up 455 yards winning their sixth
game, the most they're ever won
m one NFL season. It raised their
season total to 2,992 for nine
games and hiked them from their
third place rating of 4 one week
ago. ''. J f ( H
Jimmy Brown, of the Cleveland
Browns: ; who set a single game
record' of 237 yards against Los
Angeles, led the individual rush
ers with 769 yards, a lead of 197
yards over second-place Rick Ca Ca-sares
sares Ca-sares of the Chicago Bears.
Tommy O'Connell of the Browns
led the individual passers with a
10.48 yard average. Eddie La Bar Baron
on Baron of Washington ( held second
place,, while Johnny Unitas of Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore led in touchdown passes
with 19. ;'.,.
Detroit, the leader m total of offense
fense offense one11 week ago,, dropped to
second with a 2,936 net, whilet he
shuffle dropped Los- Angeles to
third with .2,842 yards. New York
(2,834) and the Chicago Bears
(2,704) maintained their fourth
and fifth positions.
Defensively, Baltimore had the
best mark against rushing, with an
allowance of 2.8 yards for each
opponent rush, while! New York's
pass defense limited opponents to
42.4 per cent of completions.
Boulder, Colo. -r-(NEA) Colo
rado's freshman football team in includes
cludes includes 17 boys who played m the
State High School All-Star uame,
81.11 per CAR!
GLENN FORD In
THE VIOLENT MEN" I
The Gorilla Maa
Colorado, Georgia Tech, ;:y
Mississippi, Army, Navy
Also iHave Good Averages
NEW YORK (UP) Meet the
new statistical champs Arizona
State and, Auburn, ..
Aru6na i St ate already ,.has
clinched :f major college football s
offensive championship for 1957
and Auburn has. ..wrapped up the
defensive title even though each
has one more game remaining.'
According to National vouegiaie
Athlteic Bureau, figures released
here .today, botn Arizona Jitaie ana
Auburn are'. "too far- ahead in their
respective departments to. ;be
caught on Saturday.
Arizona State has averaged-449.8
yards gained, per game with to
tal of -4,043 yards, gained in nine
games so far The Arizonans also
are tops in scoring wun oy points
or an average of 38.9 points per
Giants Under Most Pressure
In Stretch Duel With Browns
By IARL WRIGHT
Coach Jim Lee Howell believes
pis 2few York Giants are under
the most pressure in their stretch
duel with the. Cleveland Browns.
"You have to figure we are un
der a bit-more pressure right now
than the Browns because, they lead
us by a hair game ana nave al
ready beaten "us this year,"
But Howell maintains ms .Na .National
tional .National Football League titleholders
are responding to the situation like
The Giants band Browns have
two more games before their: Dec.
15 Yankee Stadium clash.- The
Browns entertain the Cardinals
Sunday and are 10 point favorites
while the Giant are lavorea py
eight against the visiting Forty Forty-NihersThe
NihersThe Forty-NihersThe Browns -visit the. De
troit Lions next -week while the
Giants play at Pittsburgh.
Giants In Good Shape
New York will be in good physi
cal condition Sunday. Clyde Con-
cal condition Sunday. Clyde Con
ner, one or tne league s top pass
receivers, ana aetensive oacs bod
Holladav won't play for San Fran
cisco.' Bob St. Clair, six foot, nine-
inch 265-nound Forty-Nmer tacxie,
Lis readv -to Dlav alter oeine oui
since the 'second game witn a
Tackle" Cnucjc umcn is- ine ouiy
rardinal who may not Play at
nipvplimd. .Tomrnv O'Connell, the
leasue's leading passer, and de
fensive back Warren La'hr of the1
CATCHING A FLK5HT FROM "PARIS-JtJurtlin through
oce EdoaA- Cerpentier of Paris is about to maTte, a one-
Sen. Refereo Johnny Garvin
this a French atutnuK.
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game as compared with runnerup
Army, which has scored 251 points
in .eight games f or s an .average of
31.4 points per -game.-,
- fin nrado wounatuD secona in to
tal offense with' an average of
4154 yards gained per game, fol followed
lowed followed by Army with, a 405.0 aver average
age average and Navy- with 400.8. Army
led v in rushing offense with an
average of 3233 yard gained per
Bump '' i
v Mississippi was second" on the
ground with 322.6, Colorado third
with 322.4 and Arizona State fourth
'with 30Uv v
' Navy has yielded an average of
1656. yards pen game while Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech is third with 178.3. yards
given up per game.
Browns were injured during last
Sunday's 45-31 victory over' the
Los Angeles Raws and may not
nlaV. Milt Plum would replace
O'Connell and uoDDy freeman
would take Lahr's place. v,
, Colts Division LNders
The Baltimore Colts, leading De
troit and San Francisco by i
game in the Western Division, are
tive-pomt cnoices agaiusi me vvbii,
ing r Bams. George -Preas, an of of-fniv
fniv of-fniv tarltle. "is out of the Balti
more lineup; Will Sherman,? Rani
defensive hack, also is sidelined
Detroit is favored by 7V4 points
for -its annual Thanksgiving my
with- the Packers. The
Briggs Stadium game will be tele
vised nationally Dy i noon,
o x t.
In next Sunday's other contests,
the Rears are favored over the
Washington Redskins by eight
noint at Chic a ao and the Eagles
ar favored bv 1V asainst the
PitHAmrch x- Steelers at Philadel
phia. End Harlon Hill is out and
Bobby Watkips, an offensive back,
mnv not nlav for the Bears. De
fensive back Norb' Hecker of
Washington is out. Linebacker
Chuck ? Bednarik and halfback
Rocky; "Ryan" of -the Eagles are
sidelined Pittsburgh is in good
Thi : meVm f-1eptions; Browns
(7 1-1) over Cardinals (2-6), Liops
a-il over Packers (3-). iorty-
Ninor fW Over-; Giants (72),
Rams 4-5) over Colts (6-3), Bears
(4 s! over neasKins v-o-a,
3;6) over Steelers .(44).
eouldn't look more swrnsed
i i. nan
oa J.-.,v 1
: COLONIAL' INSURANCE
CONTINUES TO LEAD
r V ; '
. i s '0 -M
The 1 surprising Colonial Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Mixed Bowling team still
manages to come ud with the big
wins ) whenever necessary and
hold onto their 3-game lead at th
Diablo Bowling alleys. , '
The rest of the teams are con
tinuing to change places w i t h
each other in the battle for the
other spots. Abattoir Nacional and
Tivoli Motors' have been in f and
out of 2nd place for -the last
three weeks. 1
Colonial Insurance 1
' Abattoir Nacional J
Big Mae Lane led the Abattoir
five to their victory over the lead leading
ing leading Colonial Insurancemen (and
women with a good 567 series
and getting help from Myrtle and
Ted Albritton with 431. and 481
This was one of the closest
matches of the evening as Colo Colonial
nial Colonial won the first game by 29
pins and lost the next two games
by 1 and 25 pins. Bob Toland and
Betty Coleman led Colonial with
series of 576 and 434 while the
rest of the team had their trou troubles.
bles. troubles. v
Tico Batteries' 1 Tivell Motors 1
But Balcer switched his line-u
around a little bit and it seemed
to do so good as they took the Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli Motors five for two points.
Bud led the team with a 580 se series
ries series and games of 207 and 201. -Marge
Rodgers had a 487 se
ries, which was' second high, for
the girls, and also had high game
for the evening with a 178. Ed
Lowande, the new anchorman for
Tasco, had a good 213 the first
eame hut slipped to a 514 series.
For Tivoli it was Bill Coffey with
a lousy 594 series-followed by Ted
Schmidt and Les Pahl with 497
and 483 series. ; ;
Colpan Meters 2
Tahiti Jewelers 1
Colpad Motors displayed their
1958 models a little early as they
opened the night with two games
over the thousand mark and slip-'
ped the final game but still had
a team total of 3033 for the night.
Don Rudy was too good and tod
consistent for the Jewels as he
had game'; of 206-204- 204for a
614 series, He was followed by Al
Minor 'and Art Roberts with 508
and 498. 1 j ;
Bill Jamison acquired Ed Kun
kel to bolster his team and
switched his line Hip in an attempt
to come out'of their slump, of the
past few weeks. Ed led the team
with a 595 series and a big -game
of 224, which was second high-for
the evening. Jamison followed
Thelma Oamby Just- missed
having three-of-a king with games
of 167 168 167 but still led the
girls for the evening with a 502
series. Thelma's series was the
only one over 500 for-the girl
while Don Rudy's 614 was the on only
ly only 600 series lor the men.
TV v ?? .4 ,'
APA 3 Spaldina Dot ,
APA scored the only shut out
of the evening as they tradedcel-,
i... nAMtinn i with the Spalding
nt. li'arle 'Best had the hieh,
game of the evening with a- 231
and still took, the back seat to
Dick Soyster who led the team
with a 583 series. Earle was close
behind him with a 573. For .the
Spalding Dots, the least said the
better. Bob Boyer was high lor
the team and he didn't even show
Standings at the and
- 12th Weak
- 4 v ;
Abattoir Nacional ;
Tahiti Jewelers -. i. .y
TascO Batteries J
'1 LEAvua v
EUventh Week y'
Casa Yohros moved to within
two points 0' first place by tak taking
ing taking three point from the league league-leading
leading league-leading Elks. With only three
weeks left in this half the EH"
are being pressured. Only tme
will decide if they can ho d onto
their slim lead. Robinson's 563
series lead the Yohros men while
Co'berts 536 lead .the F.lkmen.
After being second for several
f weeks. Grants Standfast nas now
slipped into a tie tor inira puve
after they had to settle for a solit
with Pepsi Cola.' Johnson's -509
was the only 500 series Grants
produced and althourt no Pepsi
roller hit 500 the 87 pin handicap
wa all -tNqr needed. ...
The Pohce Assn. rolled to an
easv four oeint win over the
Shriners and move Into ; ird
place, joinOvwith Grants. Even
with a 35 win handicap the Shnn Shnn-rn
rn Shnn-rn lost total pin'all by 300 pms.
The Aces asd Wright Bros sp'it
hi more ways than one this week,
first, they snlit the points and di divided
vided divided un all aass Mite morwy
too.. Hopoe's 585 series got le
Class A prie for the Ace whi'e
Wright's 509 and hicks -526 took
the Class B and Qass C price
Don't forget the tournament Dec J
Teams- 1 ;
Elks No. 1542 -Casa
Elks No. 1542
Police, Assn. -'-
Shriners T -Wright
' Totals 769 759 892 2420
V ', - 7 15 10 32
J ?76 774 902 2452
DeVoll- 207 120 144 471
Brooks 1 v 149 169 163 481
graham ',' 152 130 ,157 439
Johnson 157 154 198 509
St. John a, 132 141 .165 438
797 714 827 2338
OUT OF DOORS
SOLVING WINTER DOG
1 By JOE STETSON
-We breathe a sigh of relief that
the flea season isvJconcluded -'and
look-in the barn or basement for
the baffle board, vestibule or what whatever
ever whatever devices, are .used to convert
Rover's Summer cottage to a
snug retreat 'from Winter storms.
Up come the necessary factors
again dryness,, freedom -from
draft, a nest box small enough for
own body heat.
' I would like to say at this point
that no sick dog should be made
to use important energy to main maintain
tain maintain body temperature when it is
needed for resisting invading or organisms
ganisms organisms and for tissue repair.
Vestibules, swinging doors or
somp .one of the, new automatic
entrances help to reduce drafts.
- The dog house should be moved,
if need be, to face, the entrance
away t, from prevailing winter
winds and into a sunny area.
" Baffles or boxes within the house
reduce nesting space to the op optimum
timum optimum size. Ceilings can be install installed
ed installed to reduce nest box size and
provide a dead-air space for in insulation.
sulation. insulation. Beddine can be used to
reduce nest box size an armful
of hay or straw, f of example, or
a lot of shredded newspaper.
Bedding has its advantages as
insulation and flexible material in into
to into which, a dog can curl hut it
must be watched for freshening
or replacement since, 'It becomes
compressed after a while and
loses its volume and flexibility.
: With a well insulated floor? a
dog house can' be raised off the
ground safely to reduce dampness
in snowy or sloppy weather.
A small amount of bedding In
the entrance helps to absorb wa water
ter water as a dog goes in on a wet day,
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- it W t
125 118 129
133 129 187
146 150 170
128 -133 139
128 140 116
' 162 126
- '135 97
' '134' 114
k 152 153
132 V 874
' 92 340
149 r 454
, 35, 35.
742 643 643
Vs. Police An.s
' 150 18
' 170 h 177
' it 8 1'
' 15 818
Aces'-''. V"! ,'
' 174 176 159 509
,170125 172 ,, 467
182 180 144 50S
181 220 i 184 585
145 181 187 513
852 882 848 2580
Stilson .uv -Moorman.
824 756 822 2402.
. 35 35 35 05
859 791 857 2507
thus keeping' the nest drier, Wet
bedding ha lost its insulating
quality. In nicer weather, the dog.
may be quite comfortable in thai
entryway. 4 t - .t. i-
Whenever the ground around a
house becomes .muddy or soggy
in wet .weather, I-hke-ao spread
a layer of hay or-straw on it.,
Ttlin. ton. hlni matartallv fn VuJ,
the dog and his bedding dry. ,- ,'
' v u t ft V'
Sports Briefs V
RICHMOND, Vi Nov. 28 (UP)
Eddie Lopat, a star southpaw
for the. New York Yankees- dur
ing the early Casey Stengel re regime,
gime, regime, has been renamed manager 5 :
of the Richmond Virginians of the
International League. The Virgi Virginians
nians Virginians finished" third under Lopat :
this year. v"1:? tf, 'KiM.t V
'. HIALEAH HIGHS r? v ? 1
Hialeah, Fla. (NEA) Nine'
of the world's top 12 money-win- -.
ning thoroughbreds raced )t Hia-i-leah
Park. -They are Nashua, Citaw
tion, Stymie, Armed, Assault So- ,;'
cial Outcast, Find,r, Round Table ?
mrtA Vlla. ...1-.,,-. -i. li ... A ;
" John Wayne to 'V
KINGS OF EAGLES;
t Stewart Granger to V.
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-TWO-POINT LANDING Hugh McElhenny fumbles, upper
left; deep in the 49ers' territory at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
' Frank Fuller of the Rams tries to tackle McElhenny, upper
right, as he goes after the ball. Recovering the fumble, lower1
left, the San Francisco halfback has company in the person
of the Rams' lineman, Dick Daugherty. They hit the dirt to-
, aether in end gone for a safety that gives home team two points.
The hand-me-down phrases
worn baseball's instant clictis rack
l taka charee ituy. numan ay
hamo. soul of the ball club, etc.
ietc... bestdescribe'Billy Martin.
I They also explain wny me igers
had to outbid six other AL clubs
ho get-him' froni Kansas City in
1.1- i. Aa "TVlD
biggest deal In our History," a
trnit nnkpuman hOasted.
Not manv ...260 .hitters ever find
themselves the center of such fre frenetic
netic frenetic bidding activity., And when
thuv.tdn there is always a reason
that doesn't show in the bpoks
In Martin's case It's a fierce com competitive
petitive competitive ardor he's able to commu
nicate to otners.
Inexnlicabhr this is a rare qua-
llitr-monir .bla leaEue ball play
ers. Ala groupithhey constantly
give their -best nd battle to the
last out, but few are made of the
tuff wicbr tivwj'off warks.:. the
irinit that toniti a whole team.
U BWihv lmprtdenttrueulent,
Martin is 'entnusnsacauy
liked In rivaP standslAnd tha t's
understandable, for he's 'always
trying to tear the locar heroes a-
part, witn asis,k V ana wnen xne
compeuuon taKes a vwjeni, xurn.
Rowdy is not exactly the word
for. the little. Portuguese Italian.
Hia way o baseball life, is stark
ly simplnce me game sians
every man on the opposing side
is a portal ienemy and. must bQ
treated tiwith loathing scorn.' 7
"I -never, stated, fight in, my
lifei'he assured us with a choir
boy smile. Only moments before in
a World Series game he had bois boisterously
terously boisterously upended the Brooks Roy
Campanella 1 on.-H play that -had
lim out by yards.. This we know
Eor sufe; he mever ducked a fight.
The'YankeeS' ave mm tne
Kremlin, salt mine treatment last
rammer when- an obnoxious out
sider provoked a ruckus in t
liaht club where Martin and sev
sral teammates, together with their
wives,, were celebrating his blrtn-
'it. : j :
he was in the Army; he was back
in 55 but in time to get in oniy
20 games, yet bis teammates in
an unprecedented gesture voted
him a fun snare 01 trie series swag.
Even if the deal which sent him
to Kansas City had been rich in
promise it wifid not have been
popularly received in tne ciup ciup-nouse.
nouse. ciup-nouse. But the deal was so pa patently
tently patently unoromisina that it smack
ed of spite, however unreasonable
such a suggestion may seem,
Country Slaughter, for one, was
opently-ancreuous. for bimpson
Hacry Simpson, a .269 hitter,
was the central figure. In season s
play he was something less than
overwhelming; land -in the-. Series
hfi was a total bust, which one
lonely single in 12 times at bat.
What's more witn marun gune,
Stengel never did get his Infield
str&iehtened out. A mental lapse
by Gerry dGoleman fc second and
Tonv1 Kubek at third rendered xon
siderable aid and comfort, to the
Th Martin-for-Simnson deal is
not one the Yankee rront omce
pun oint to with ende: either
on a basis of -shrewdness or no
bility. ; :
NEWYORK (UP)The United
Press today presents its 1957 All All-America
America All-America football team, chosen by
275 football writers and broadcast broadcasters
ers broadcasters from. all sections of the coun
try.- . :.:
. They selected as the 11 finest
conege piayers in tne land:
Ends Jimmy Philiips, Auburn,
and Jim Gibbons, Iowa.
Tackles Alex K arras. Iowa,
inn uu Micnaeis, Kentucky.
Guards Bill Krisher, Oklaho
ma, and Ai .cuyer, iotre Dame,
nter Don Stephenson. Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech.
Backs John Crbw. Texas A
i M Walt Kowalczyk, Michigan
State Clendoii Thomas, Oklaho Oklahoma,
ma, Oklahoma, and Bob Anderson, Army.
Michaels is the only repeater
from the 195ft United Press All All-America
America All-America team; He was the .only
junior on that mythical eleven, all
the resti being seniors.
This year's all-star team is
made up of nine seniors, a junior
and a sophomore. Ecuyer is the
junior while Anderson, Army s
brilliant back, became the first
sophomore to make a United
Press 'All-America team since J.
C. Caroline of Illinois in 1953.
A lineman. Karras. the 233-
pound Iowa tackle, led the vote
setting with a total of 2,335 points.
He was named on 225 of the 275
ballots, receiving 197 first team
votes and 28 second team votes.
Eleven points were awarded for
a first team vote, six points for
a second team vote.
Next to Karras came Crow, the
spearhead of Texas A&M's at attack,
tack, attack, with 2,269 points.
The closest race was for the
center position, with Stephenson
beating out Dan Currie of Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State by 42 points. Another
tight contest was for the fourth
backfield spot between Anderson
and Don Clark of Ohio State's Big
ERSKINB COPS CROWN
LEICESTER, England (UP)
Joe Erskine of Britain won
British Empire heavyweight title
by scoring a 15 round decision
over Joe Bygra.ey of Jamaica
Tuesday night. Erskine' weighed
192 1-4 pounds and Bygraves 200
LYNCH YALE CAPTAIN
NEW HAVEN. Conn. (UP)
Paul Lynch of Brookline, Mass.,
20 yearold junior, has been
elected captain of Yale's 1958 foot football
ball football team. Lynch, a guard, is six
feet, two inches and weighs 198 the national
pounds. I shows.
For Unily Among K
PATER SON, N. J (UP) ConW
missioner Abe J. Greene of the.";!
National Foxing Association :n if-
campaigning for unity amona.'t
state commissions lo combat "siiP"
ister .influences" in the fieht
Sneaking at a joint mcetins of
East Paterson Rotary Clubs Mqn-J
'ay, Grene did not name the r
"luences," but he said there were"
signs of "a covert, plot" to wreck
the NBA "the only true safe"
guard for boxing."
breene declared that comnrls
sions are helpless in arranging
tignts selectively "Decause of the
lipht hold by 0113 organization of
T!59"7?r!"' "?5 ,!mm' """Pi Auburn's 6-254, 215-pound end. is faster than
w w .u i wie w-umrjis sauoacKa. xommy L,onno makes most other halfbacks look slow
i They,Win With Him
Martin'f unpopularity never
xtended to the Yankee clubhouse.
md this was thctrue' measure of
he respect and regard in which
ie.fwa held. And no- one valued
il Importance as a key factor in
rankee success more tnan uasey
tengeb' ' ; .
An interesting u not signmcant
act in connection with Martin's
tadium tenure' of six years was
hart thev Yankees' failed to win
nly once. That was in '54 when
Has the Tols,-Toe
You mav ask." if Martin means
so much to a -club, how come the
KC Athletics finished seventh, this
year?" Well, he's not that good,
we readilv confess And. besides,
when there is nothing to ignite,
man with a match can expect
The Tigers, too. r.eed more tnan
Martin. They finished fourth' this
year, 20 games out of nrst piace,
A porous and unstable infield has
been a magging problem. Equally
proficient at second, short or
third; Martin Could mdv them uo
a notch or two, Obviously," he can
not hurt them.
And let ij; be remembered the
young man did not attain big
league statues on verve and spirit
alone. He can make ail we piays,
is clever on tne case lines. An
adroit bunter and dangerous at thefjj Kaiser, Michigan State, and
plate in clutch situations. In short,
he's a displaced Yankee.
TICKET BLANKS SOON
DURHAN. N. C (UP) -Duke
University alumni and season tick tick-t
t tick-t holders will receive Soecial
fblanks "as soon as possible" for
ordering Orange Bowl tickets, it
was announced Tuesday Dy- uni
Clark, who had to sit out Ohio
State's list two games because of
injuries, led the .balloting for tne
fourth backfield, spot until the final
dav when Anderson finally forged
in front. In the final count, An
derson beat out Clark by 92 points.
Geographically, ,. the Midwest,
usually a powerhouse of the na
tion's football, dominated the 1357
team with four,DOsilioni. followed
by the South with three, the Mid Midlands
lands Midlands with two and the Easf and
Southwest with one each. The best
the Far West could do was a sec second
ond second team .berth for end Pick Wal Wal-len
len Wal-len of UCLA.
The line, is a heavv ineaver-
aging 2W pounds. tMichaeis is, the.
heaviest at 235. with Ecuyer the
lightest at 195. The backfield aver aver-ages
ages aver-ages just' over 200 pounds per
man wit hCrow the heaviest at 210
and Thomas the lightweight at, 188,
, All of the teams ranked as the
top seven m ,the country by, the
United Press Board, of Coaches
placed men on the all-star team
except Ohio state..
On Top Teams
' The Buckeyes, currently rated
the No. 1 team in the nation, won
two rccond team berths, however
fSark and gurd Aureuus
Michiean State and Auburn, rat
ed No. 2" and 3 respectively
each placed one man wuie tourtn-
ratea lowa ana sixtn-raiea uiua uiua-homa
homa uiua-homa landed two berths each.
Fifth-rated Texas A M and
seventh place Navy each placed
one man as did ninthsArmy. Only
Georgia Tech. among the teams
represented on the All America,
was un ranked in this week's
. Skin Diving
Around The Isthmus
, Last Thursday's social at Mar
garita was a great success. The
Atlantic Skin Diving Cluh was
host to the El Panama SKin uiv
era and the Isthmian Aquamen.
The El Panama Skin Divers
were represented by twenty-five
members and the Isthmian
Aquamen didn't show as usual
A very interesting project was
introduced by the Atlantic Club
and preliminary plana were lor
Named to the second team were
' It wouldn't be fair to discuss
this project at this time, as it Is
entirely tentative but I can say
that it will constitute a major
boost to competitive skin diving
in tne future.
I noticed that the spirit of
friendship which permeated the
atmosphere at this gathering was
outstanding. During tne lnior lnior-mal
mal lnior-mal discussion one would have
thought that the entire group
was one. big club Instead of two
competing clubs. A fine gather
ing thanks to the Atlantic Skin
, The EI Panama Skin Divers'
weekly trip last Sunday con
silted of an outing on an LCM
to the inner bay. Twenty-five
divers attended this outing and
despite the poor fishing, It was
s very pleasant experience.
It was ja comical sight as the
landing, craft edged, : In' toward
vaiedoua island to. see skin ow
era in readiness behind' the
landing ramp. As the ramp droo drooped,
ped, drooped, they charted out for all the
world like combat troops' hitting
invite the Atlantic Club
with them sometime.
Wallen at ends Charles Krueger,
Texas A & M. and Bob Reusnyd
er. Navy, at tackles Thomas and
Roy Hord, Duke,' at guards cur
rie at center and Clark, Tom For
restal of Navy Jim Pace of Mich
igan and Lee Groiscup of Utah
in the backfield.
The third team is composed of
Buddy Dial. Rice, and Don Eliing
sen, Washington Mate, at ends
Jim McCusker. Pittsburgh, and
Dick Klein, Iowa, at tackles Bill
Johnson. Tennessee, and Joe fa-
lermo, iiartmoutn, at guaras
Charley Brueckman. Pittsburgh
at center and 'Bob Stransky. of
Colorado. Nick Pietrosante of No
tre Dame, King Hill of Rice and
Bob Newman of Washington state
in the backfield.
OLYMPIC SPLENDOR- The exterior view; f, the model
of the Olympic Sports Palace ihowa the open. loacioux air
cf the concrete structure to be built for the 'I960 Garnet ia-H
""l- iimwi ieex ui aiameier. ine interior
."View shows the cupolaed roof with windows admitting light j
Bold Ruler Voted
'Horse Or Year
By Racing Papers
NEW YORK (UP)- Bold Ruler
was hailed as "horse of the year"
today bythe Morning TelearaDh
and Daily Racing1 Form in tha an
nual noil Of itllf mcmlwri rnm
ducted by the racing papers.
Thus the husky sort of Nasrul-
lah, owned by the Wheatley Stable
ana trainea: oy veteran James
Fittsimmons', -failed, to-eet a ma
jority f the ; 33 Votes cast. ut
tne is m nis lavor was'enoegh
to give him the title as five other
horses divided the remaining 17
VOteS." -...' ;
Nine of the -others went to Ralph
Lowe's Gllaot Many who- -was
nosed out of the three-year old
championship by Bold' Ruler by an
even closer margin, four to Mrs.
Jan Burke's Dedica V two to Mrs.
Charles Ulrich Bay's Idun. and
one each to Kerr Stable's Round
Table and Gay Drake's Swoon's
A few nice manners -were ta
ken at Valedolid. However, the
groun was anxious to push on to
otoque wnere tney encountered
dirty water and no Xlsh. ft? ;V5
It was certainly an Interesting
outing and from the standpoint
of a large .group, the LCM waa
extremely well suited. With the
front ramn down.. It was possi
ble to literally scoop a skin diver
and hia catch out of the water.
I nope the El Panama Club has
I have heard a lot of discus
slon recently concerning the po
sltion of the Independent skin
diver. By "Independent" I mean
a skin diver who is not associat associated
ed associated with an organized club.
There are many more inde independents
pendents independents than there are club
members on the isthmus, nd
they try to remain unobtrusive.
However, anytime a sklndiver
does something wrong, the blame
is generally placed on the near nearest
est nearest 'lub.
This Isn't fair to the dubs,
as their members are rarely at
fault. AH the clubs bn the
Isthmus at present stress cour courtesy
tesy courtesy and safety. Members who
.are at fault are quickly and
The reason a club is formed is
so that individuals can help each
other, in the case of aj.l,nde,-1
nenaent, nowever. tnis isn't true.
me oniy reasons a, person? can
have for remaining an Indepen Independent
dent Independent skin diver are that he does
not need any help from anyone
or he doesnt want to give any anyone
one anyone any help.
this is a hell of an attitude
and I am of the opinion that
the independent isn't doing any anybody
body anybody any good. I notice in the
last tournament1 held, the Inde
pendents were excluded. Let's
hope' thev -gome around.' to our
way or, thinklntr and pull for jor
ffanizrd skin diving In the fu
Did you know that a skin diver
was bitten by; a fish he couldn'
identify? It happened to Ed Ab
bott at, Otoque Island, Ed was
m a Doat at tne time, trailing
jtua nand in tne water. ;;some ;;some-thlnor
thlnor ;;some-thlnor skipped over the surface
with lightning speed, bit Ed's
nana and disappeared
- I saw it happen and so 1 did
five other oeoole, yet no one
could: Identify the fish. Ed's hand
was slightly lacerated, and he
had' a one-inch tooth- "-sttcklnif
all the way through hi middle
LEXINGTON, Ky. (NEA) -As
much as ever more so if pos possible
sible possible Ben A. Jones believes that
Bull Lea is the greatest sire in
Every season there are fresh
reasons backing up Jones' opinion.
Not the least of these in 195r is
the two-year-old filly champion,
Idun, a daughter of Bull Lea's
daughter, Tige O'Myheart.
"We have only six Bull Lea
weanlings at Calumet Farm this
fall, good'uns. thouch." ventures
Jones, the famous trainer. "Four
of theiu colts."
How many Bull Lea yearlings
will he take to Hialeah Park in
the 15 or 18 Calumet youngsters
going to winter training?
"Just three," says Plain 3en
Jones. The wistfully, "You know
ill leei sorts yonesome with, only
three iBe" Lea' ycaVlings."
h (ft 1
- m, u
TMS1 CWITatRION OP OOOTAiTB
some more -outing on an-- LCM finger; Only his Immediate :tt
in tne tumre, ana 1 nope ineyuex action saved his hand
Girl In League Of 300 Boy:
By HARRY RECKNER
CINCINNATI (NEA) -"Dad-
dy wanted a boy, but got me instead."
Me" is the quarterback and
leading ground gainer for the
Roll's Sheriffs and the top defen
sive tackle in Otto s Pee Wee
'Me" also is Bobbie Dickerson,
13 yaar old freshman and hon
or student at Newport High. She
wears skirts to school and helmet
nrl chnlllftor tudt nn SiitiHbv -ihm
Anlv 0irl in m Innthall laQOnA nt
(Bobbie even ehanged her name
so she could play. Who ever
heard of aqua rterback called Sha
ron Kay she asks. f 1
Even though rated the top play
er on her team, Bobh:e hasn't been
able to lead it to victory. When
Roll's Sheriffs dropped a thriller
to Howe's Sheriffs, 14-7, it was on
ly the second time this season that
the' losers : scored losing three
straight games. Bobbie scored the
other touchdown on a 10-yard burst
straight up the middle. .' v
In the lea cue in which Bobbie
plays, players can't weigh more
man uu pounos or ee more tnan
14 years of age. Bobbie showed
up to register wearinc her helmet.
She qualified, topping, the scales
at a solid 91 pounds.
How was I to know she was a
girl?" Bill Otto, league founder
and sporting goods store operator,
sxea. "sne looked tust like the
rest of the kidsr but we'll change
me rules .-next year to bar girls.."
Bobtve plays first base on a
neighborhood baseball team and
ersons have another girl named
iBut their father, a rabid sports
fan who sees most of the Univer
sity of Kentucky's games, is look
ing for a winner.
"Bobbie's team has lost- all its
"Bobbie's team has lost all its
games, and UK dropped' six
straight." moans Thomas J. Dick
erspn, who operates a Cincinnati
service station. "fBut IVe got my
self a Icitball player at last. A
few months ago we adopted
baby boy, Thomas J. Dickerson,
"Right now he looks like a-food
Det to play fullback."
HOW HIGH? Poly Hi wu
equipped with this satellite satellite-.
. satellite-. style headpiece when the win winner
ner winner of six major stake this
year stuck her handsome head
out 9t Hialeah Park stall.
Cli D L y .vilf:'
LAVENOt OA. TAUC. ATM SALTB. "Vit
.m DUSTINS POWMH ANO 9M LIANTINO t
f JF ,M
iyk R D L I Y J J OLD ONO STREET
Own Teachers :
MILWAUKEE i(NEA wCol-
lege of Pacific's football team
made a real sojourn to the Mid
west. V v
Playing Cincinnati and Mar
quette on successive week-ends
the Tigers chose to remain in the
section rather. than return to Cali California.
fornia. California. They moved to Waukesha,
Wis., to Work out for Marnuetee.
practiced on.th fairways of .a goK
course.--' .' : '-? I
The entourage included two pro-1
fessors who conducted classes
BEDNARIK OUT ACTION
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Chuck
Bednarik. veteran Philadelphia
linebacker, suffered a rib separa separation
tion separation jn his left side against Wash
ington last Sunday and will be lost
to the Eaeies when thev meet
forward in basketball. The Dick-'Pittsburgh here next Sunday.
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: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER W, iMf
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SHAPNIL'S furnish homn. n
fcaeh. Phone Thopnuon, Bilbo
POSTER'S CoHfM and Large
Beach Home. On mile past the
Call no. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS OceanilcU Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal S-H73.
Baldwin' furnished apartments
v at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOR RENT: Three mplately
fumisted chaleH 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. 3-0118.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:
Beautiful chalet, two bedrooms.
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
room. Private bathroom and en entrance.
trance. entrance. Cooking facilities. 43rd
Street No. 13.
FOR RENT: Clean comfortable
rooms, maid's service I Street
11-31 opposite Tropical Theatre.
FOR RENT: Locale of office
across from Hotel Panama-Hilton
in "Gloriela" building. Aircondl Aircondl-rioning
rioning Aircondl-rioning and lamps available
cheap. Please inquire next door
at Fore Halcen. Call 3-6082 or
FOR RENT: Commercial site.
Juste Arossmena Ave. 37-11.
For information Nevedades El Si Si-lo.
lo. Si-lo. TELE-RAD
Corner "H" A Darien St.
t Via Espafia
"AMANA" Freezer Refriger Refrigerator
ator Refrigerator combination. 14 cubic
foot upright, special brand
new Introductory offer.
Value for $650.00
"AM ANA" Built-in Freezer
6.6 cubic foot. Can be placed
with or around your kitchen
cabinets or in any suitable
Installation. Coppertone fin finish.
ish. finish. New Introductory Offer.
Value for $399.00
"DEEPFREEZE" Chest type
freezer 9.3 cubic feet. Special
brand new introductory of offer.
fer. offer. Regular $438.00
Value for $325.00
Used "LEONARD"' Electric
Range Apartment size. Four
burners. Very little use. per perfect
fect perfect condition.
"MASTER GRANDE" Small
washing machine ideal for
diapers, handkerchiefs, rhll-
rdren's clothing, etc.; never
used but shopworn.
Originally .... $65.0
Now. . .$25.00
1 Via Etaa&a
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bet. cold water.
Phone Panama $-4941.
FOR RENT: Beautifully deco decorated
rated decorated apartment, 3 bedrooms,
completely furnished. Informa Information
tion Information calls 3-0581 from 5-7 p.m.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living, diningreom, 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 .lew 5 story
apartment building in Campo A A-legre,
legre, A-legre, 50th Street corner of Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel do Icaia. Call affice hours
3-4994 for appointment. Apart Apartments
ments Apartments will be ready on Nov. 3,0.
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 RENT: Apartments in new
concrete building 1st Street,
Chanis Place, Rio Abajo. Tel. 2 2-1650.
1650. 2-1650. FOR RENT: Apartment. Justo
Arosamena Ave. 37-11. For in information
formation information 37th. Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and livingroomi, separate maid's
room with bath, garage, hot wat water,
er, water, small "Patio", furnished or
unfirnished, in high cool locality,
all screened, in El Canqrejo.
Telephone: Office hours 2-0321.
After office hours 3-7708.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, ventilated, ground floor,
Gl inspected. Furnished or un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Reasonable price.
Phono 3-2411. Jose do Fabrega
Avenue No. 16, Pasadena.
HERALD Marvin Fields Jr.,
of Miami, Fla, a victim of
cerebral palsy since birth, is the
1958 Herald of the United Cere Cerebral
bral Cerebral Palsy Association's Golden
Deed Crusade. Five-year-old
Marvin is pictured as he was
introduced to delegates at the
organization's eighth annual
convention in St. Louis.
VNv ti-1- W&:-' Kit
PORTRAITS IN COURACE-Ikin ahead to brMeayi
in the future, members ol the 1958 March
Family. .11 polio, victims, go for a atroll near their home m
Warner Robins. Ca. They are Mrs. Helen lornoo. ton Joe
9. and twin daughter. Sandy and Lindy. Mrs. Splomon and
her three children all were stricken by polio in the Mm i week
in July. 1953, and have been fighting th. effect of the dreaded
disease ever since. The struggle will continue, for doctors say
both Joe and Sandy will need operations when they are 1Z.
Mai. Joseph L. Solomon. S. the husband "thr
tioned at Robins Air Force Base. Ga. The 158 March of Dimes
campaign will be held Jan. 14-31.
LEAVE VOUB AD WITH ONE 0 OUB
INTERNAL. Dfc PUBLICACIONE-No J Utteo Plan CASA 7 A I. no -Centra
BABOO- Ne M "B" Street MORRISON ith at July Ave. 4 J SI LEWIS
KARMAC1A LOXIM Central Avenue HOUKKHOI.O KXCHANGB-J Po. de l
the Bella Vista Theatre. 0 COI.ONl
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobilo,
convertible $150.00 down. Will
finance. Balboa 3050.
FOR SALE: 1951 Pantiac
Tudor Sedan, 8 Cyl. Phone Fort
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet 2 2-door
door 2-door sedan, two tone, 5 new
tires, excellent condition
throughout. Must be teen to be
appreciated. Asking $875 but
will accept bnst offer, Home 6 6-474,
474, 6-474, Office 2-2731.
FOR SALT: 1 956 Buick Special
convertible, duty paid, continen continental
tal continental spare 21x50 will trade 08 08-445
445 08-445 Gulick.
FpR SALE: Station wagon
Chevrolet 1955. duty paid. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Panama 3 3-6105.
6105. 3-6105. FOR SALE: 1955 Ford V-8
station wagon 9 pass. Reg. drive.
Must be sold bv bid. Call France
Field 08-765. Bldg. 21.
VOUR FEET HURT?
trained "Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-ses,
ses, callous-ses, uigrown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
With F 1.2 Lens
1. 1. sum
Panama N. lork
Gibraltar l..tle Ins. Co.
tor rates and information
Tel. Panama t-0552
155 Central Ave.
LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
Fidanque Travel Service
AUVNTS OR OUR OKrlCFS AT IS-ST
Central Avenue 12.165 Tel. 432
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing, of
cars $6. Auto-Bano, Trans-lsth'
miin 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
The best dinner, and drinks
ere served in our modern air air-cono'tinner
cono'tinner air-cono'tinner cafeteria grill and
bar Hotel Internacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata $ de Mavo.
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211 CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
French Troops Quell
Of Algerian Rebels
ALGIERS. Nov. 28 (VP)
French troops and planes have
oroKen up a 100 -man rebel band
led by a Moslem lieutfinnnr. mhn
deserted from the French army,
imicittis announced today.
Army spokesmen said 29 reb rebels
els rebels were killed and six nantiirpri
after a recent bitter battle near
Aln Bessem, 42 miles southeast
French losses wera given as
nine killed and four wounded.
According to French, sources
SPECIAL AGENT Salvador Del Valle of the Office of Special
Investigation, Caribbean Air Command, Albrook AFB, receiv received
ed received the Commendation Ribbon this week from Maj. Gen. Tru Truman
man Truman H. Landon, Commander, Caribbean Air Command, in a
brief ceremony held in the General's office. The citation to
Del Valle's award in part stated, he distinguished himself by
exceptional meritorious service as assistant to the Director of
the Special Investigation, CAirC. He effected continued valu valuable
able valuable liaison with the Republic of Panama, as' well as, with
representatives of other Central and South American" coun countries.
tries. countries. His extreme energy and accomplishments in the field
of investigation coupled with his unparalleled liaison activity,
have brought great credt upon himself, his organization and
the United States Air Force. Del valle had been assigned at
Albrook since March 1955. Del Valle and his family will de depart
part depart the Zone in the middle of December for his new assign assignment
ment assignment with the OSI Detachment at Hensley Field, Dallas, Tex.
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MUEBLERIA CASA 5PAR10N
Box 341 5, Panama, R. P.
SEEING IS BELIEVING
You have to visit them to believe that such wonderful
prizes are offered for so little money. ONLY four
dollars and you may win V.
First: A four apartment house on 49th Street be between
tween between Federico Boyd and Uruguay Avenues.
Second: Modern 3 bedroom, two baths chalet, with
maiefs quarters, etc. at Avenida del Cincuente Cincuente-nario
nario Cincuente-nario and First Street, Loma Alegee.
Third: A smaller but equally attractive chalet in
-- Loma Alejjrenext to Coif Heights.
You may get your SERIES or your ticket on
the premises.. ' ; J
"IT BTREET. PANAMA LinnERIA
t Ave. 45 LOURD8 PHARMACY-l.tiy!Sln.Zvi
SF.RVICE-Ave. Tlvoll No. ) PARMACI LSI ADOS tNIDOS- M JJ
Ossa Ave. No. 41 OTO 20MY-J'o Arri thi BW.
FOR SALE: Philco TV portable
60 cycle, best offer. Phone 25 25-3541.
3541. 25-3541. FOR SALE: Refrigerator, wash washing
ing washing machine, low prices, slightly
used. Panama Radio Corporation.
Tel. 2-3364 Avenida 9-13.
FOR SALE: -Two I 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 : Refrigerator 60 cy cy-c
c cy-c Frigidaira, 9 cubic feet, good
condition. Price $75. Home 6 6-474,
474, 6-474, Office 2-2731.
FOR SALE: Modernised buffet
mahogany $30. Porch screens,
cheap. Remington Automatic 30 30-06
06 30-06 Lee Dot Scope, Buehler
Mounts, all new $150.00. Balboa
FOR SALE: Oscilloscope 5'
signal generator. One tot tubes.
FOR SALE: White face monkey
with cage. See William Arey,
1(6 Ridge road, Balboa Heiahts,
Fridsv or Saturday. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa .4409.
the Nationalist band was led by
deserter Ben Cherif who was
graduated last spring as a sub
lieutenant from a French oin oin-cers
cers oin-cers training course at Saint-
Officials said Ben Cherif, who
was believed killed in the battle
deserted last May 27 with five
other Moslems. Eighteen soldiers
of his unit who refused to follow
him were found with their
throats lit and their hands tied
behind their backs.
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LLOYD G. TOMLINSON, right, supervisory accounting clerk for the Fort Gulick commissary,
presents a 500-Tour Club certificate to Emers on H. Desai, center, commissary accounting
clerk, In a recent ceremony at Fort Gulick. 1 At left is Capt. R. M. Barber. Fort; Gulick com commissary
missary commissary officer. Desai has accrued 500 hour3 of sick leave. He lives in Colon.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Air Force Voodoos
Run Nearly 3 Hours
ONTARIO,. Calif. Nov. 28 (UP)
A new transcontinental nonstop
flight record: was set yesterday by
two Air Force RF 101S Voodoo jet
planes, both cutting the' old mark
by a margin of nearly three
Thpi lets zoomed over Ontario
International Airport approximate approximately
ly approximately 20 minutes apart on the re return
turn return leg of their round-trip ; run
between Los Angeles and New
York. The new iime for the trip
was 6 hours, 42 minutes, 6.7 sec seconds.
onds. seconds. Capt. Robert M. Sweet, 30, was
credited with the faster time al although
though although his plane came over the
airport behind the craft piloted
by Capt. R. W. Schrecengost Jr.,
31. Sweet crossed the control point
at 232.45.2 p.m., behind Schrecen Schrecengost
gost Schrecengost who was iimed at 2:12 p.m.
The nrevious roundtrip mark
was set on March 21," W57, by
Navy Cdr Dale W. Xox, clocked
at 9 hours, 31 minutes, 35.4 se seconds
conds seconds in an A3P Skywarrior jet.
The' Air Force revealed the record-setting
plane averaged 721.9
m.p.lw.for the round trip while
it averaged 677.7 m.p.n. on the
east west run. Sweet said tne
timed' himself at between- .980 and,
990 rrf p.h.i several times during the
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THE NEVV' CANAL ZONE SCOtlT "EXECUTIVE, fknlel O. Dan Daniels,
iels, Daniels, left, and to.; Daniels Zone
scouts at the Scouters' Banquet :and;Bafl -'-M; held at the
Tivoli Guest House, Dec 5 at ;7 p:rnr Abovehe--receives tick- J
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Peterson, Dean of St. LUkes Cathedral. All past and present
scouters and their wives are Invited. Music for dancing Will f
be furnished by members of the Air Force Dance Band from )
Albrook who are contributing their services to the scout pro-
gram. Tickets will be available from Explorer Scouts at a cost .;
of $5.00 each.
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Senators Told Reds Could Hit NY
With Atom Missile from Submarine
WASHINGTON, Nov. 28 (UP) Senate investigators have heard that Russia
could wipe out much or all of a seaboard city Pike New York with a missile fired
from a submarine 500 miles at sea, it was reported today.
According to one informant, this was one of the pieces of secret Central In Intelligence
telligence Intelligence Agency testimony which jarred members of the Senate Preparedness sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee investigating U. S. missile and satellite development.
to he ordered into production, closure to the Senate Prepared Prepared-Manv
Manv Prepared-Manv authorities doubt the IR hess Subcommittee the Air Force
BM program could nave oeen
that far advanced without the sti stimulus
mulus stimulus of competition.
On the heels of McElroy's dis-
Tbe subcommittee completed
three days of hearings, shortly be
fore midnight last night and re recessed
cessed recessed until Dec. 13.
Staff members win evaluate uu
week's testimony in the interim
and interview prospective future
One source said the subcim nut nut-tee
tee nut-tee now believes it has a "good ov overall
erall overall picture" of this country s po position
sition position in the scientific military
race with Russia.
The next round of hearings will
be designed to get down to details
of wh;l' the individual services are
doing and procedures for weapons
The committee will ultimately
mhndv its findings and recom
mendations in a formal report.
.Much of th CIA WMimony
Tuesday and ytttorday daalt
with Sovitt dtvlopmnt of an
Intermediate rang ballistic mis mis-tile
tile mis-tile (IRBM) with which Russia
could hit VWister Europe or, from
submarines, American cities on
tsr naar the coast.
One member who heard the
testimony said Russia has these
i ni;fln;ine "in rrn
medium range iuimuc. re reduction
duction reduction and apparently has them
Another source said the CIA tes
timony dealt with Soviet capacity
to launch such a missile with an
atomic warhead from 500 miles at
Meanwhile Defense Secretary
Neil H. McElroy pulled the stops
yesterday when he informed Con Congress
gress Congress be had told both the Army
and t'b Air Force to put their 1,
500 mile range missiles into pro production.
duction. production. The missi'es are the Air
Force Thor and Army Jupiter.
v In ordering the move McElroy
reversed his own earlier intention
to select only one of the two weap
ons which are designed for iden
Sonva Dnfense Department ex experts
perts experts were quick to view the Me
Elroy move as possible an.
awer to critics who contend inter-service
rivalry has been dam
Within the short span of just
two years, under heavy Army, Air
Force ana mauswisu cpmpeuuun,
the United1 States now has two IR
BM judged s sufficiently advanced
Boys 23, Girls 23
J Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
ii prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch of the Panama Canal
. High 82 84
Low 73 76
High 93 93
Low 73 74
(max. mph) NW-11 NE-18
RAIN (inches) Tr. .14
(inner harbors) 80 80
FRIDAY, NOV. 29
Boys and girls were equally
divided at Goreas Hospital dur
ing the past two weeks. Accord Accord-lne
lne Accord-lne to the regular hospital re-
'port, 23 boys and 23 girls were
born tnere between wovemoer u
and midnight November 25.
During the same two-week pe period,
riod, period, 469 patients were admitted
and 411 were discharged.
The names and addresses of
the parents of the boy babies
follow: Lt. and Mrs. D. B. Hath Hathaway,
away, Hathaway, of Rodman; Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Beckford, of Gamboa; Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. John, of Paralso;
Mr. and Mrs. Tomas Ruiz, oi
Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Soberanis. of Panama City; Mr
and Mrs. W. L. Stephens, of
Gamboa: Sfc. and Mrs. H. D.
Wise, of Ft. Kobbe: Sgt. and Mrs.
J. L. Mills, of Ft. Kobbe; Pfc, and
Mrs. W. E. Dugger, of Cocoll; Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. Fritsvold, of co
coli: Mr. and Mrs. W.WA. Cham
bers. of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs.
A. N. Ingram, of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. S. Moore, of Pan
ama City; Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Wilson, of Panama City; Cpl.
and Mrs. J. J. OTCeefe, of Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Simpson,
of Panama City: Mr ana Mrs.
L. J. poletti, of Balboa; Mr. and
Mrs. J. U. Samuels, of Paralso;
Sfc. and Mrs. W. E. Harrison, of
Ft. Kobbe: Mr; and Mrs. A. E
Marohl. of curundu; SpZ and
Mrs. C F. Nichols, of Diablo
Terrace: Mr. and Mrs. G. S
Bouse, of Cocoll; and Mr. and
Mrs. E. E. Thibault, of Summit.
Girls were born to the follow
ing:' Maj. and Mrs. W. A. Sinko.
of Fort Clayton; fic. and Mrs.
L. E. Wilson, of Panama City;
SSgt. and Mrs. R. R. Sadowsky,
of Locona: Ale and Mrs. J. A.
Smith, of Locona; Mr. and Mrs.
R. F. Foster, of Panama City;
SSgt. and Mrs. A. A. Keener, of
Locona; Sp3 ana Mrs. oscar mc mc-Cbv.
Cbv. mc-Cbv. Jr.. of Panama City; Mr
and Mrs. H. W. Williams, of Pa
ralso: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cos-
tello. of David: Set.'and Mrs. De
los Toler, of Curundu; Sgt. and
Mrs. W. N. Boettcher, of Ft. KOD-
be; Sgt. and Mrs. B. Hoage, jr.,
of Locona; MSgt. and Mrs. H.
Sheppard, of Ft. Kobbe; Pic
announced its Thor is "already in
production" and had been "for
The Thor was understood to be
coming from a Douglas Aircraft
Company assembly line at a rate
of two a month. The rate proba probably
bly probably can be increased by five times
to 10 a month very quickly and
reach two or three dozen a month
in a year's time.
The Army said it expects to put
its Jupiter into production in a
Chrysler Corporation plant "in a
relatively short time."
and Mrs. R. McCanlck, of Pana
ma City: Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Pe
tersen, of Balboa: MSgt. and
Mrs. H. G. Plnkston, of Ft. Kob
be: Mr. and Mrs. E. Rodriguez,
of Panama City; Sgt. and Mrs.
W. E. Peterson, of Ft. Koooe; Dr.
and Mrs. R. D. Wallace, of Coro Coro-zal;
zal; Coro-zal; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Holness.
of Panama Citv: Capt. and Mrs.
J. G. Mears, of Ft. Kobbe; A2c
and Mrs. W. M. Wingfield, of
Panama City; TSgt. and Mrs.
George Kimball, of Albrook Air
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Employes Who Want
To Testify Should
Contact Plans Chief
Employes and employe groups
who are interested in appearing
at tne formal bearings to be neid
Monday and Tuesday in the Bal
boa Theater by members of the
Panama Canal Subcommittee of
the House Merchant Marine and
Fisheries Committee, have been
reouested to' contact John D.
Hollen, chief of the Executive
planning staff at telephone
In an announcement from
Balboa Heights, Canal employe
groups are reminded that this
committee handles all legislative
matter's pertaining to the affairs
of the Panama "Canal Company
and the Canal Zone Government
and that this Is an excellent op
portunity for employes and em
ploye groups to make known
Thev nre ursred tioth hv the
committee and the Canal admi
nistration to appear at the hear
ings for testimony.
It was requested in the an announcement
nouncement announcement that ample copies of
written testimony be nrepared by
the groups appearing for dlstri dlstri-butlon'
butlon' dlstri-butlon' after the hearings.
The Panama Canal Subcom Subcommittee
mittee Subcommittee ( headed by Rep. Leonor
K. Sullivan (D-Mo.), Is to arrive
in the Canal Zone today for a
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'H-Bombs Over Britain'
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Revelation SHrs Storm
THIS DAMAGED FOUR-TON ROTOR TURBINE which has caused the Fuerza y Luz Company
to ration Its electricity within Panama City for, the past few weeks is being sent over tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to Cristobal where it will be repaired by the Industrial Division machine shops. A group
of technicians yesterday worked to dismantle the part. Shown left to right are Kaspar AD AD-planalp,
planalp, AD-planalp, specialist, sent here from Switzerland where the generator was manufactured, George
Wlnquist, Cyril Da Closta, Andres Pantet and Paul Masure.
Mho's Lawyer Tells Jury That 99.90
Of People Believe Defendants Innocent
A defense lawyer for alleged trieeecman Ruben O. Miro said today 99.9 per cent of Pan
ama believe in the innocence of his client and the other defendants in the Remon assassina
Takinr the stand on the 39th day of the trial, attorney Ramon Palacios rapped the pro
secution for hitting "low blows" by hurling personal insults at the defense and at the defend
Palacios told the jury this was proof that the prosecution had no sound basis for its case
LONDON, Nov.-24 (UP)--Left
wing newspapers indicated today
serious repercussions will follow
the revelation that U.S. planes
are carrying live H y bombs on
routine atrol.-A.;v,-k. rv. f. i-:
Foreign Secretary Selwin Lloyd,
told Parliament y e s t e r d a y. he
thought it absolutely right that the
American Strategic Air Command
snoum ,uy irom Britain armed
with" nuclear -weapons to maintain
, n v.w mm swl.9 Ui x CMUlHCoa... -t
' But the angry Opposition nro.
tests in the House of Commons
heralded a storm.
: Today's Laborite Daily Herald
bannered across its front naee-
n-Qomos uver cruain, ana ine
gommumst uauy worker splashed
across its iron page "H-Bombs Are
r i j I ,' .
Lloyd immediately gave assur.
ances to Jfarirament that 7 .the
H-bombs could not be used, with
out the joint decision of both, the
British and U.S. governments and
that they would not. explode, uvj
the event of a plane crash.
The Herald mentioned these two
pointii high up in its story, but
ran side by side with-it the. re
action of some people who' Jive
close to the U.S.A.F. air bases in
Their commetns seemed likely
to spark off more anti-American
feeline in iBritain.
"Why shouldou r children be
Bouquet Front 'Fred'
Stirs Talk As Meg
RHONDA FLEMING-JO VAN FLEET 'JOHN IRELAND
D-d Of KKH STUKtS Scnm&my UCM URS
LONDON, Nov. 28 (UP)-Amid
fresh speculation that Princess
Margaret still wants to marry Pe Peter
ter Peter Townsend police were plaged
today by the problem of Marga
ret's new admirer "tred."
Margaret donned cap and gown
yesterday on a visit to North
With gold tasselled mortar-board
hiding her "goilywop" fringe the
27-year-old sister of the Queen
solemnly presided over the Univer
Then she went to tea with the
principal Sir George Barnes.
While she was in Barnes' house
a pretty second year student, Ann
Ainswoth, delivered la bouquet of
rose colored carnations.
With them was card with the
message "to Princess Margaret
our fondest wishes and our admi
The card was signed simply
Pandemonium, reigned. Police
rushed hither and thither. "Who
is Fred?" was on everybody's
Ann Ainsworth said "I am sworn
to secrecy about it."
But there were reports the flow flowers
ers flowers came from a secret student
group called "Fred," qxhih was
formed to play practical jokes
On Siege Of llni
RAiBAT, Morocco. Nov. 28 (UP)
Moroccan rebels claimed today
they killed SO Spanish soldiers,
wounded 65 and captured 45 in
four day of fighting in the Spanish-held
enclave of Ifni, in south southern
ern southern Morocco.
The communique by the attack
ing Moroccan "irregular" troops
was published in "Al Alam," of
ficial newspaper 01 Morocco s rul ruling
ing ruling Istialal nartr. No estimate of
rebel losses was given.
The report of Spanish losses was
in sharp contrast to tne casual casualty
ty casualty figures announced yesterday by
the Spanish radio in Km.
According to radio Ifni, six Span
ish soldiers have died and 34
have been wounded since the 528 528-squ
squ 528-squ a re-mile enclave of Ifni came
I under siege five days ago.
Radio Ifni also announced that
Spanish troops had relieved all
the military posts that had been
surrounded by the Moroccan Na Nationalists.
tionalists. Nationalists. v
Palacios is the second defense
lawyer to take the stand for his
He was preceded by Miro s
spokesman. Dr. Rigoberto Rodn
guez Emiuani, wno wound up ms
address last night asking for the
acquittal of Miro- in the name of
the founding fathers, the born ana
the unborn, the river and the
mountains of Panama.
Emiliani's final Plea to the ju
ry was likened today to the late
Dr. Jose N. Lasso de IS Vega's
in J955 when he asked the Nation
al Assembly to find convicted ex
President Jose Ramon Guizado
guilty of being accessory to the
assassination of President Jose A.
Palacios today also challeng challenged
ed challenged prosecuting attorney Francis Francisco
co Francisco Alvarado Jr. to a public de-.
bate at some future date in or or-tter
tter or-tter to givo the prosecutor an
opportunity "to find some plaus plausible
ible plausible explanation" for keeping 'the
defendants Incomunicado for
seven month after they had
rendered testimony and charg charges
es charges had benn mad against
The young defense lawyer, who
admitted he was 'officiating at the
second jury, trial in his brief ca career,
reer, career, contended that prosecutor
failed to include any statement or
to conduct any investigation which
would, have favored the defend defendants.
ants. defendants. Palacios pointed to the fact that
Miro's half-finished retraction, his
first statements when he was
booked by the police and the al alleged
leged alleged triggerman's statements be
fore the National Assembly inves investigating
tigating investigating committee were not in
cluded In the files of the investi investigation.
gation. investigation. He argued that torn of these
and ether record have either
disappeared or were illegally
brought into court, during the
trial to be pasted into tho sev seven
en seven volumes of the- files of the
Palacios mentioned a report by
attorney Nicolas C. Perez, who
said a client of his had admitted
participating in the Remon assas assassination.
sination. assassination. 1-
According to Palacios, no at attempt
tempt attempt was made to thoroughly in investigate
vestigate investigate Perez' charges. Instead
the attorney was persecuted, and
finally charged witli perjury. How However,
ever, However, Palacios said, only recently
a verdict was handed down ac
Palacios claims that he had Pe Perez
rez Perez listed a witness, but the at attorney
torney attorney refused to testifying on
the grounds that he wanted to be
able to continue making a living
for him,self and his children.
palacios saia neror mo inai
he had estimated that about 80
per cent of the population be believed
lieved believed in the innocence of the
defendants, but was amaied to to-find
find to-find out that j public opinion I
"99.9 por cent" in ttwir favor.
He agreed that some 200 per persons
sons persons have a justifiable reason for
wanting the conviction of Miro
and the other defendants.
HePdescribed these as -relatives
and close associates of the" late
President, who firmly believe that
the defendants are guilty and
Would like to see them convicted.
' However Palacios urged the
fury; to express the will .of the
people by acquitting the defend defendant,
ant, defendant, i
Atihe beginning of hi address.
Palaejos caused snickers through
out me courtroom as Be describ described
ed described thefmanner in which the pro pro-secutoK,
secutoK, pro-secutoK, had cross-examined some
witnesses.. ; t
He said that in one half hour
he counted 75 times at. which Al Al-varado
varado Al-varado : specifically addressed the
"gentlemen of 'the jury," and
commented that when one radio
commentator said the prosecuting
attorney had used the expression
2220 times in one day. 'a listener
immediately call to say It was
2221 times, v .- u
Palacios also- criticized! the fact
that Alvarado made the jury list listed
ed listed to seven hours of tape record recordings
ings recordings just' to establish the c a I'm
and deliberate manner in which
Miro ;dxctated his first confession.
The way some people ploy the
piano proves thot 0 I -phanfs.died
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' DAMPENED ENTHUSIASM breve beginning leads to a
wet end for a pair of sailors in the Bay of Algiers during the
Ifediterranean Championship Regatta. .The wind and wsrve
prove more than. a match for their Seamanship, overturn-'
Line the boat, and lea vuig them for lornly w itj ng rescue.
r SAD! TRIUMPHANT!
Bids of $70,465
Seem Low On Two
Low bdds totaling $70,465 were
submitted yesterday afternoon
by two local contracting firms
on the work of rewiring tne Ad
ministration Buildine inycristO'
bar and the replacement of
sinks and pipes in various Pan
ama Canal quarters buildings.
A low offer of $37,574 was
made by W. A. .Rogers on the
rewirine work of the Cristobal
Administration Building. Other
bids ranging from $43,737. to
$57,6(10 were received from L. R.
Sommer, the Amado Engineering
Company and the Electric Serv Service
ice Service Company.
The work included in this
project. consists in the complete
rewirine of the entire Adminls-,
tration Building; rem, Oval of all
existing unusea equipmem; .re .replacement
placement .replacement of wiring;, devices, re replacement
placement replacement of all fixtures and the
construction of an extension to
an existing transformer hpuse.
Wright Brothers, of Colon,
made a low bid of $32,891 on the
pipe and sink replacement work
which will affect approximately
90 quarters and quarters build
ings in tne canal zone.
. Other bids ranginar from $35,-
233 to $36,397 were entered by H.
R. Knapp and Dillon and Hick Hickman.
man. Hickman. --
The bid opening was held yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon in the Admin Administration
istration Administration Building at Balboa
living "in- this fantastic' dancer
Mrs. Alison Waiter who lives clo:
to the Lakenheath base ayskf
th' Herald. ; .7--j., --.vVw. -i,... 1
i"Someone seems to -have a eV
ouj disregard Jf or out -in terestij
sue uudu. -,v r...,; :u; ... M
Close to the, Brize Norton: U.S
A.F base Charles- .Wilkins sal
"There's Always good ; deal 1
nervousness around here about to
. a- ; : a 1
presence oi Ajriericari pianet
Alfacks On Israel
- JERUSALEM, Israel, Nov. 2!N
(UP) Chairman of the Israeli
Syrian Mixed Armistice Commii
sIoq Norwegian Colonel Christie
Mow investigated the scene
alleged Syrian attacks on Isra
territory yesterday. i
He went to the Tel AzazaltJi
rea.' vrhern last Rundav Iarae
sources' said. Syrian infiltrator
killed an Israeli fanner.
The Israelis' elairri the Syrian
have consistently refused tl
mark the border in that area
Thfr Syrians claim that hill 195
Is in Syrian territory, but Unite!
Nations investigation has ahowi
it to be straddling tne border.
Israelis claimed todav that th
United Nations authorities wen
seriously reconsidering demarca
GUILTyi Dave Beck'Jr;
son of Teamster boss c Dave
Beck, is leaving-the courthouse
lrt Seattle after being convict convicted
ed convicted on grand larceny charge for
pocketing money received from
the -eaie : or two, union-ownea
automobiles. Beck Tlans to ap
peal hils.' conviction to the
Washington State Supreme
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SHE CLIMBED TO
THE TOP OF THE
BUT HAD NO PLACE
ELSE TO GO BUT
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