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

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PANAMA Ri'PM FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1957

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DEFENSE SAYS
witnesses
coerced;

Charees that the investieatori

and the prosecution employed
threats and coercion to. flbtain

"invalid" confessions were again

hurled today as the Remon. as

sassination trial went-into Its

Ramon Palaciot,' defense ai ai-torner
torner ai-torner lor alleged trieterman

Ruben O. Miro, declared thai
one witness made a statement

against 'Mlro on his knees ms
he wept over the "possibility
of belnr sentenced to a penal
colony for three years on
charges of vagrancy ,-

; Palacios, wlio' begaft the sec

ond day of his final ddrtSs: to

the jury this morning, lted for

mer cadet Jose;- E. Tejada," Who

is charged- as nn accessory, as

witness to the scene which took

place in vie; carcei Bsoaeioj e
- The defense attorney said Sen Sen-jaWn
jaWn Sen-jaWn Xeyton, a cloth; peddler
who testified that Miro had told
him of the plot to kill President
Jose A. Remon; preferred, to im implicated
plicated implicated his longtime friend arid
benefactor,' Miro, I rather than
face the possibility of being sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to the polba Island penal
Palaclds -4oid trie Jurr that

Leytoit ratified, th ? charge In

court" because w he ;id notr he
would iacev orison term of four

years o? pwJmj-'fVj'.'

deftnse laWyfS to be heard
during the i,ial contended
that it l uo to the nroeru-

tioh to prove Miro'a guUt, but,'

;:U n cl oEM I h i m u rn

! A tanitAirf Itir Ralhnar ftkinnirtcr" rent Js- CftttinT his)

; : AmaStf th. rahi hnve.whn risrt -'ahoiit th, Canaf the law in democratic countries

' Hi- I end totalitarian rnnnM

prckins;! up. birthday -peetmga ana Soviet RuMla lnd Na2l-Qern:a!.

ny, where defendants have to
prove thejr innocence and;
gued that this is not the situa situation
tion situation which ; exists in Panama
Consequently he 3s not going, to
attempt to prove, that Miro ,-,U
not the assassin.

i v buav
the. prosecution has not pre presented
sented presented ahv evidence which bivm

:6omi mpfoyer aeemed loth ;to dlscds. thair plans l'i??!!:

lor applying ino nww vwaiv ,

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in m v v ii iv u a i milium nil i n i u

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r"T?rg ir7! Lfionor ; bullivsn

IS SI BK XWt J! a X

( S '"lit notjonp-

Screens Laws

Affecting

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THE CONGRESSIONAL PARTY which was met at.shlpslde yesterday afternoon by Governor
and Mrs; Potter and various Canal officials. The Entire party 'returned to the Pacific side
by special Panama, Railroad motor car. Above, left to right';.;Eeps, John1 Jt ajfenj -jt Vincent

J. Dellay, Alfred Z Santangelo, Mrs. teonor Jc. Sullivan, chairman, ipf, "the Subcommittee

Robert

Sheehan

Zont 'on rnotorbikea

business, messagea will fii)d about 30 percent mor pay
Jn Vext'snvalope."'" 1 :
t Various 'ttthsr amplpya an a'atfrnatad 1200 In
alft- will get small or Targe pay raises blcause tb U. S.
Federal Minirnurn Wagaof J1 an-- hour far aarvicet pr pr--
- pr-- formed -in 'producing eood,f.1or commerce" i went Into

To Ge

v a a a a

ttvsbu

r a harm

rvtutntiaf ihinninr scents a r

7fmHnrsioft(t to have, had an lnfor

'V'mal meetuig late yesterday-, to
HiarifA nohcies. Little could be

learned of its results, except that

"some adjustments wiuoemaao
i !. u,. vn.ita 1 0AMniA mn "til 'Pari

' .!e .side teported they had t only
.:J ..J 4k. Mia.

innm. auiet shy iamtor. He's

pleased as "pUnchT hrs- boss Te-

porteCy bm wants no punncityt

Jury Lis! Drawn
In EiscnmEn Suil
OverAnny: Barger

' Asury -list for the December
. term, of the Cristobal Division
v. aftthe District Court i has

ien im.wiL'r?.i sV'r'l 'A'-'

From this panel wilt be chosen
I- the jurv to sit ort Dec. 18 in the
'i adrrdraity -suit ; of 'Jk.. Marx and

Sons 'of New JOrleana versus N.

-. siseriman ml "s
.Th; lssue.involves ;. tiie -' puT'

" chase: of several excess Army

barges.' It war tiled last rebru-
; ,mry?';.,f s ": -'v
Those drawn on the Jury panel
.'.were:
i Murphv B. Alexander, Charles

H." Anngton. -,; ;
; tvnda O. Bailey. L.Leroy Bar

'X field, Lester H. Barrows, Norma
. C Belland. Donald E. Bruce, Roy
r .IVBurr. r-i-;
, .Harold R. Chambers, i Gilbert

i;P. Chase.-Hubert D, CUyton, El-

- wood E. compton - r
; CMen A rtteta,, Richard." O

: r Dinkereve. i v. '" v

r Rdward A. Eckhoff, Paul L Ev-

- :ans; : --n
. ; Thorwald H. FOrsstrom.' r,
JWaldo B. GUley, Alfred Gloss

. Julian P. Hackett. James H

ijran, Helen r. Helm, Russell J
fildebrand. 4-- 'i
i Edith r, Johnson," Alton J E.
'-..'"anes. .v-v -t
' William Kosan. : i" ''

" Dorothy 8. Leach, John W. Lit

. Leroy P., Marsh, George E
litchelL .,
John W. 6'ConneIl.
. an elMum taVk

f jnu; w Qivvwu, W Willi oiw
kSphenwn, Andrew 8tohrerf Albr-
ra CfnAa V 4 rlotiJai B e V Wk

I abridge. ,

Ai the Balboa office of all A

menca Cables, i genial ; manager

jarncs juae remarKea: wen i
guess ydu know what I'm domg,"
when observed With a desk cover

ed with payroll sheets and time-

scheduled. His chief clerk and

bookkeper both Pananranian.were

advising and consulting)
" At the Cable Office only- mes

seneers and some counter person-

. . t i i j. j i. t ii.

em were noi aireauy maKin me
$t wage. Cable htys have been
averaging around; $100 monthly
now it will be about $130.

As the (Balboa Cable office is o-

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pea arouiiu-uie-ciuciL, irvunu viib-

year a T complicated system ot

shifts if indicated.- Some changes
will be advisable, under the. new
law. Some people way be put on
shorter hours to avoid excessive

overtime; :." t 'f.'Vv-

. Jud said most f rKi m m-ployet
ployet m-ployet affected are Panamanian
cittzens.; : '; '' '-;
"It should bo of5 ortlorWe
help t them,"; M feaorvad.
"Alto if put fhi salariof at a
lovol to work, towa rd." ;
. Ho oddod that the Co b io

Company- might hirar with .more

salactivity, and oxpoct mora ra-,
liable sorylco,. .'at 'tho : battel
waoo r.4. a
Also the "new "law ,!will create

three new jobs. He's taking on

another counter clerk and two

more messengers., ?

1 Yesterday William B. Grogan.

assistant. to the WagOand Hour

Division of the Publie Contracts

Administrator the U.S. Depart

ment of Labor, 'observed it would

take some six months to get the
application of the .new law stabil-

izea on tne one.-. y

fendants:

- Palacioa spoke calmly to the
Jury ( ,with occasional subtle
jibes at the prosecution which
provoked wide grins by special
prosecutor Luis C. Abrahams
and snickers by the jury and
the spectators.
Yesterday, Palacios "asserted
that Antonio Ansuizola. who died

several days after, he was injur

ed wnen itemon was snot down,
spoke when he wag delirious and
unconscious Of two masked man

ieapmg over the rail of. the

juan fTanco racetrack.

TtASHINiGTON, Nov. 29 Of PJ. President Elsenhower took
another step today tn his rapid recovery from a cerebral attack
five days aro by motoring 80 miles to his Gettysburg-. Pa.; farm

for -the weekend or longer. t ,v

: The- 67-year-old Presidents who astounded a churchful of

worshipers ty suddenly appearing at Thanksgiving Day services

yesterday, left after a mornint- check-up y his dorters. 1 f
The President, accomoanied bv Mrs. Eisenhower. made! the

80-mlle trip in Mrs. Eisenhower's Chrysler limousine, f.
The couple left the White House south entrance "it 10:41
aJn: and drove oat of the grounds' minute' later,
r Jst-before the -limousine reached 'the gate, the president
doffed his hat, flashed a smile; and wafed to a throng of photo photographers,
graphers, photographers, newsmen and bystanders. V
The President looked very well, and seemed to be in good
spirits. ; ' ''-

ft' X

Ciinal Traffic

Putting On Show

For Congrcssrncn

Canal traffic Is floatlitr high

while under study py visitinx
ConrrewmeB, V :-

Around noon today I there

were 17 northbound Mckarea
listed; with It expected keuth keuth-feoond.
feoond. keuth-feoond. :.:..i-
" Yestardav fh nnmhar arai' k

bout the same, bnt the -riiree

tion just reversed II lock

ages northbound. 18 eosaing

south. - v ;

Palacios contended that even
though AnguisoU, who was a
close friend of Remon, was a a-Ue
Ue a-Ue to sit ap and talk with vis visitors
itors visitors he was not asked to make
a statement before he died as
a result of an embolism.'
The defense lawver also de

clared that Remon had confided

in Anguizoia that he was con

cerned over the drug traffic

mrougn Panama.

He nointed out that soma nf

the testimony cited by the pros prosecution
ecution prosecution was from witnesses who
had been .bribed with reward
money.

Is- The prosecution, has not

proven that the 9 mm Schmeis Schmeis-ser
ser Schmeis-ser submachinegun, introduced
as the murder weapon, la the one

sold to Mlro by Tejada. who in insists
sists insists that was an 8 mm weapon.

. 2. The gun was found in Mi

res' father s house wrapped in
manlla paper atop a closet sever several
al several days after the family had
moved out. leaving the house

open and uninhabited.
1. There are tnanv more eon

venlent places In Mlro'g father's

house to effectively hide the run

wnere it would have been ex
tremely difficult to find. -; v

4. The nrosecutlon still has not

proved that Miro fired the run

in auestion. . 'v.

5. on Dee. T,. 1B54, when Mlro

allegedly tow Tejada tftat he
had -spoken to convicted ex ex-President
President ex-President Jose Ramon Goizado
about aDDolntlng him (Miro) as

Minister of Government and Jus
tire, Gulzado wag in Ecuador on
an official mission with his wife
and MaJ. Jose D. Pinilla, direc

tor nf the Cs reel Modeio.

'rather Manuel Penes He He-rrera,
rrera, He-rrera, who b eaotod as saying
that MiroH brother, Carlos,
had told the priest that his
brother had killed tht Presi President,
dent, President, has denied making rack j
aa assertion.

The journey" to the country was

taken as another sign of the Pres

ident" continuing "excellent'' pro

grass from the attack Monday

which caused a temporary speech

difficulty.

It also kept alive, hopes that he
still might be able to attend the

North 'Atlantic Treay Organize'

tion (NATO) "summit meeting

m Paris Dec. 16-18, to take time

lead 'in 1 rallying Western nations

against Russia s space missile and
scientific threat.
White House press secretary
James C. Hagerty ssid yesterday
thfri President's doctors "will de decide
cide decide later" on the Paris trip. He
did not say when.

Hagerty said if Eisenhower does
not o to Paris he will send Vice-

President Richard M. Nixon in
his -place. The NATO nations a-

greed yesterday to go ahead with
the- chief s-of-state pieeting in ei either
ther either esse.
Hagerty. said the President will
conduct government business at
Gettvsbure "if there were matters

that needed his attention." The
press secretary did not rule out

the-possibility of Eisenhower at

tending legislative -and cabinet
meetings next week: at the White

House.

daughter-in-law, Ma. and Mrs.'
John Eisenhower and their four
children.
The press secretary issued a
strong caution against closing the
latest medical case of the Presi President;
dent; President;
"Don't try to push or rush a
complete recovery by the presi president,"
dent," president," Hagerty said. "That would

be an error."

Haaarty himself said he could

hardly believe the ."improve

ment" in the. President's speech
in lust the 24-hour .period be between
tween between Wednesday and yesterday
mornings. He aaid he was net
conscious of any delay, slurring
or "anything wrong with his

a 20-minute con-

. A strong current of optimism
prevailed yesterday in all- mat matters
ters matters relating to the Preatt'onfs

progress.. The topper was his
unheralded attendance 'at the
Rational Presbyterian Church Church-Ms.
Ms. Church-Ms. first public appearance since
Ms' ilmesfc i

To Onlookers the President did
not. appear outwardly any differ

ent-than before he. was stricken.

I wish you boys a happy

Thanksgiving and thank you he

called r4o some pnolographers at
the church door. -.

Sitting in a peW directly behind

Secretary of' State t John -Fosfw
Dulles, the President heard the
Rev. Edwsrd L R.-Elson pray
that be miiht be "restored to

completeness and Lealtk and

strength so that be may carry on
hia calling and service to. man-

kind.";,'- r,

Hagerty tald the President
later sat down with Ms family
te a 40-paaad turkey with efl
the fixings. There was no word
en hew much er what the Pres-.
ident was allowed- te eat. -v
With him wene his ae and.!

speech" during

versation.
-Newsmen were told by Hagerty
they "must assume there is pro progress
gress progress each day because (hat ; is
what the doctors have been re reporting."
porting." reporting." He said they should be
guided by the, most recent .medi .medical
cal .medical report. There was only one
yesterday, in the morning, which

said Eisenhower was stui. maxing
"excellent! progress..'.
.''Hagerty declined to be drawn
Jnt.e speculation on- the Hnqth
of the President's recuperation
period. -Doctors said Tuesday it
.would take sevwral week.
In reply to a question, Hagertyi

said there had been w wedl

cal reappraisal ot the seriousness

of his condition since then.

He also said the doctors had

told him there was "no tndica

tion" of arteriosclerosis harden

ing of the arteries in the Presi

dent' "general artertal condition:

The White House press chief aH

so had a retort to continuing pro

posals that Eisenhower Tesign or
step aside for six weeks or so

and turn his duties ever to Nixon. J

While we apprrciate at timesJ

the newspapers running the gov

ernment of the United States."
riagerty said, "it is the govern

ment, of the United States and
that decision (to let Nixon replace
hrm) is up to the President and

the President alone," ; i-.

As for resigning, Hagerty: said

he knew of bo one who had dis

cussed it with the President "and

I have not heard, the' President
discuss it with anyone, including
members of nil own staff, or as
far as I know members of .bis

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REP. LEONOR K. SULLIVAN, (D-Mo ), chairman of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Subcommittee of the House Merchant Marine and
Fisheries Committee, Is greeted by Gov. W. E. Potter on ar arrival
rival arrival of the subcommittee yesterday afternoon. Standing back
of the Governor at the foot of the gangplank of the Panama
liner Ancon is Mrs. Potter.'

T

Private Vehicle Inspection By Army
Will Commence Jan. 3 At PX Garages

family

Inspection and registration of
privately owned vehicles for 1658
post vehicle permits will fegin in
the Panama area Jan. 3, the Of

fice Of the Provost Marshal, U.S.

Army .Caribbean, announced this
week.
Scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. on

that date, under Uk joint-supervision
of the Central Pass Office,
Corozal, and the Atlantic Branch

Pass Office at Fort Guhck, vehi vehicle
cle vehicle inspection and registration for
post decals may be accomplished
at the post exchange garages lo located
cated located at Fort Kobbe, Fort Clayton,
and Fort Davis, r
The vehicle registration section
of the two pass offices wi ope

rate from s a.m. to 3:30 p.m

Mondays through Fiidays, at the

above posts only. They will remain

open during tbes hours thorough
Jan. 30 -at the exchange garages

at Forts Davis and Clayton, and

at Fort Fobbe, through Jan. as.
, Vahic's hearing a 1?57 dteal
en March will not to permitt permitted
ed permitted on any military reservation,.
Military polic wilt remove -air.
iT vehicle permit as of that
date. .'J.i,--nV'Vi-Vehicles
inspected by post 'ex-

chanp garages and having an Ar Army,
my, Army, Navy or Air Force decal af affixed
fixed affixed will not be reouired to he ins

pected st Cinir Zone insnection
stations or to bear the Canal Zona,

Schedules for inspection and re registration
gistration registration based on alphabetical
arrangement have b?en establish established
ed established by Headquarters USARCARiB.
A fee of SO cents will be chareed

by the exchange garages to cover
the cost of the decal and the ins inspection
pection inspection of automobiles. The fee for

motorcycles scooters and motor
bicycles will be 95 cents. They

will be issued plates insteda of

decals.

..inspection sticker.

Rep. Leonor K. Sullivan (DMo.), the first woman
Congressman to head a Panama Canal subcommittee of
the House Merchant MarineAnd Fisheries Committee;
stepped briskly into the Administration Building today for
her first local briefing session.
, Over her Washington desk' passes almost all. pro-
' .posed legislation affecting the waterway.
With her six associates all members of the Mer.
chant Marine and Fisheries group 'Mrs. Sullivan is' hert
primarily to study both long-term and short-term pro
posals for increasing the capdeiry of ,the waterway.
After inspecting models and data here th commit
tee olans to flv to Nicaraqua next week '..h an airifiev

of the, proposed route, of a poten'tial Canat across;, that L

country, I lie plane Will srop Jn oarr juse, wosia -.nur n
route1 it was5revealedlMr8;vSui thedrowp

b.jmghr pdssipfelcf a f igHt;cfIsotvf nthJSarf Blasf route
tn Panama; and fhemtrato.Truanda Routeln' Colombo

!'T,..'ulliva i sa. l t". -v t
t:,e board. of ..consultants ,--pointed'
by the' main committ"?
chairman to" study"" the 1 Canal's
long-time. vproblems will mak
its own. independent survey of
potential needs and routes. This
survey -will then-be turned over
to thfr committee for evaluation
and recommendations., 1
' ... v 't t
Mrs. Sullivan and the othef
members of Congress who ar.
rived yesterday on- the Pana r
ma liner Ancon- began a busy
10-day schedule when thev met
with Gov. W. E. Potter In the
board room today, for orients
tion talks. J
Congresswomart Sullivan wfts

not. however, the only woman
present. Wives of five other Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen accompanied their
husbands to the briefing '" ;
"It is somethdhg new one ex

perienced committeeman '-. -te-marked.
"Maybe it comes from
havlne a woman chairman, f

Besides Rep.x Sullivaiitho

Congressmen are: Rep. John J.

Allen. Jr., (B-Calif .), a .'former
chairman of the Canal Subcom

mittee, William S. Maillard5vR

Calif.), who attended hearties'
on the Zone two years a got -Al

fred E. Santangelo (N Y.if ftob

ert J. Mcintosh (M'.ch.l.nUiroo U

thy F. Sheehan (111.), and'Virw f

cent j. oeuay in.j.i. -'j

Mrs. Sullivan, a vital, plea
ant woman In a blue and whtt
strined cotton dress and low low-heeled
heeled low-heeled white shoes, carried a
gold-and plastf" novelty harfd harfd-ha;
ha; harfd-ha; and a small embroidared;
linen lockey-tvpe cap. ,This ,This-was
was ,This-was for protection fronr aun
and wind on the Inspection 1
that was to follow the briefing, i

Tne subcommittee is accom ;

panied by W. B. Winfield, chief -clerk
of the Committee, and .1!
Charles P. HolstCn assistant '?

clerk. All of the Consrressmen -f.

are accompanied by their wives.

as is Hoistein. wi5.j
Immediately following t h- -briefing
at Balboa. Helehtfithe.
party left on a motor sour of v
lands to b transferred to the

Republic of Panama under term
of the 1955 Treaty, visiting Pal- i

tilla Point, the Panama Railroad
Station and freight yards, the
Vlaletta and Huerta Sanfoval
tracts, and later the site of the j
proposed new passenger. and i
freight-handling facilities In the
Csnal Zone. -'j 1
Their schedule for this after i
noon included a trip te Mira- .J
flores Locks, Contractors ttilljc
and later a view of the ro ;
voced bridge .site front Sosa -,
hhl ..y.-- ; ;
The subcommittee, plana tJ

visit various Atlantic side In-
stallat'ons tomorrow after a trtj

throueh Gaillard Cut In fh
morning, ''r. .t, ;
After lunch Vat the1 Hot I
Washington, the group will maks
an inspection of the various

properties transferred or to b
transferred to the JlepuMic cf
Panama r'" -'
-They will also: visit Coco Bolo,
France- Field. and inspect Coco
Solo. Hospital before returnrr s
bv car to the Pacific aid in. tv ;

late afternoon; -s
Publie hearings are sehednlf I
for Monday 1b the Balboa.
Theater bettnuin jtX ; a.r 4

Spraying Of Gringo
Houses In Gorgona

dialed For Dec. 15

; North American, owners of in in-sorayed
sorayed in-sorayed houses at Oorgona. Pla Plays
ys Plays Cco". ?rta C)?ra, 1 a ..,"--ta'nd
Oliver Stat were esked to-

ayto.h a th premises Sunday

Pana m National Service" of

Malaria Eradication revealed that
many: homes in ,- these townsites

were Cot sprayed with dieldrin be because
cause because hoaeho'.era-' who' e"uiv

them only weekends anddurvngva
cation -were absent at i the v time
spraying was done. r i
In Gorxona alone ST houses were i

'missed, authorities, disclosed.

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HOUSING QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
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' As a housewile in New Cristobal, Gatun, and now Margarita

lor quite a few years may I iae me spate wj enuuici.ie ju
few of my many Interesting neighbors:
1. The woman who periodically moves to get out of house-
Cleai"Kne neighbors who frequently get drunk and have a ver verbal
bal verbal and physical battle and tnen, next day, sheepishly smile at

the neiornbors or ignore uem aituisewici u:

' terrupted their "war" three times. v
' 3. The neighbors whose children are raised by maids an
'consequently act it.

A Th rtAlD-nnnrS Wnn 1USL lUVC 1U1M1B I1U U'C mi i-av,

lent watchdog who is left out and barks and scratches at the

door every minute tney re away or eie is iuc-cu umue to w.i,
dirty the house, and ruin the woodwork.
5 The neighbors who "call the cops" at the drop of a hat
because they don't have the nerve to walk next door or upstairs
and knock on the door and properly "talk it out."
6. The family of three or four (generally with a babe-inarms)
who lives In a one-bedroom apartment in Gatun or Mar Margarita
garita Margarita because they can't stand living in "crummy New Cristobal:"
7 The United States citizen in Canal housing who yells at
Ws wife because she Invjtes her relatives from Colon in to visit.
S. The couple who enjoy the space of a three-bedroom house
ven though they have no children or else their children have
laft hnrni

. Anu Wie lilaiiy many uwci uiiucDuws "w ...

f of your column win immediately tnin 01.
2 But why ahould I think it important to enumerate them?
Here's why. J
I The Panama Canal Company has suffered greatly in poor mo-
I rale because of the existing housing problems and has permit-
I ted the standards of living to be lowered because of permitting

foolish housing applications to oe accepwa ana assigned.
What sociologist would approve of the families crowded into
tha hou-inr units in Gatun and Margarita Just because, in or-

er to be accepted socially, it is necessary not to live in New
f'n.t.v.Ki iWhDn t llvH thorA nonnU fnncht. for th rot.tuffM

on the beach).
f I have seen many people I respected and admired my
t friends who were medical doctors, skilled technicians and mechc mechc-5
5 mechc-5 anics, teachers people I as a mother have regretted seeing
f move back to the States because the Canal Zone needed their
J professional skill so greatly. They moved because of, this ridicu ridicu-l
l ridicu-l halt selfish, housing situation on the Atlantic side. The Pjina Pjina-Z
Z Pjina-Z ma Unal Company has lost fine workers and families because
3 It dartd not ive preference to quality over quantity. (By quan-

The Washington Meny-Go -Round

''My Game Has Improved Enormously"
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WASHINGTON Bickering and much emotionalism and bitterness

backbiting in the

which contributed

.mean years of service).

d now I see m fellow "voluntary ells inlonjelyfWJsn?

-rAririnir thpinAlvA into a itata hecaus of tha rumored Coco

Solo housingr.' "Let those belly-acheM in;NewCrlstrfbal liavel

Marsmrlti and.Oatun now.'J thtv say. J'I'm movin. to-ocoSO

lo. I've cot the time to get one of those nice officer's quarters,

I and J'm going to have it." 4
5H Well, I know quit a few New Cristobal-residents, and fine
Iftittauu they ara too who aren't beljy-achlng, .who like their
4 Homes, and who aren't Jealous for a one-bedroom apartment In
.Mtrfarita or a twelve-family tenement in that sanctuary for
! eld-timers. Gatun.

S And so I suggest to the Governor and the delicate, dedicated I HiHn,t

office of Housine the following: tu rnmmanHer-in-Chief.

l. Ulve assignments ior quarters in uatun, Margarita, new
Cristobal, or Coco Solo to the people who work in those places,
or else change that statement in the literature hew employes

receive which states that a car is not essential for living In the.

canal Zone.

trous las behhiii Russia on mis

sile satellites, b?gan under
Roosevelt when he gave the ad admirals
mirals admirals and the genera'j free rein
to take their problems over the
heads of their civili n Secretaries
of War and Navy to the White

House.

Bickering eontinuea to some

extent under Truman, thought at
one time Truman cracked down
hard.

He and his forthncht Secretary

of the Naw. Francis P. Matthews.

fired Aim. Louis Denfeld when
h publicly knifed the Air Force

in the battle ot uie uah vs. me

airnlane carrier.

Truman and Matthews also

banished Adm. Arthur Radford to

the mid-Pacific when he master

minded the attack on the Air

Force: and they siaetracked Adm.

Arleigh Burke when he conducted

the secret mvy rropaeanaa du

reaa. Operation 2 against the

Air Force.
This had a very salutary effect.
It became known around the

Pent a eon that the three armed

services, now united under one
Secretary of Defense, were sup supposed
posed supposed to work together for the
nation's defense, not fight each
other.
EXILES ARE PROMOTED
Immediately after Eisenhower
came into office, however, he did
two things:
1. He brought Radford and
Burke hack from exile and pro promoted
moted promoted them. He gave Radford the
hieheat Dost any military man can

have chairman of the Joint

Chiefs of Staff. And he gave ure
the highest post any naval officer
can have Chief of Naval Ope

rations.
This may have been a slap at
Truman. But, much more import important,
ant, important, it was a signal to the three
armed services that inter-service
ri v alrv would be tolerated again.

For the two men who had master

minded one of the most Drazen,
unfair, unjustified attacks on the
Air Force had been called back
and promoted.
2. Eisenhower also instructed
the Joint Chiefs of Staff at Quan Quan-tico
tico Quan-tico in the spring of 1953 that he
from them. He didn't wamVa pro pro-him
him pro-him hrnnifht trt him. he said, un

til the three armed services agreed.

Kinr MM Arnw. wavy anu mi-.

F'prce traditionally hye difficolty4

agreeing fl major ponty, ims nau
the effact of putting the' pentagon

under i continuing j;Mit ot in

decision.

DicKering anuinucn emotionalism ana Diuerness
armeS jforoesjas.' the battle vcr missilesS JJn
to our disasqustionabJy Jjt aided onljft -one

side Russia

The Army claimed that the
ballistic missile was an extension

mo

The term bluriaw has come
down to us fronrithe blue laws
said to have been in force
about 1840 in the colony of
New Haven and listed in ridi ridicule
cule ridicule in the "General History of
Connecticut," written by Sam Samuel
uel Samuel A. Peters, a Tory clergy clergyman.
man. clergyman. It is doubtful if such a
code actually. Existed. But
some Of the laws Peters men mentioned
tioned mentioned had been in force in on
or another of the New England
colonies. They had to do with
church attendance, the strict
observance oMhe Sabbath and
the private life of-the colonists.
C Brltannlca Jr.' Encyclopedia

of thej.rtillery: that the word
hysde or ball; was even an in inward;
ward; inward; thaf.the? Army -had spenf
its entire areer concentrating, on
ballistics
The Air Force ciaimed that the
ballistic missile was another way
of flying H-bombs to distant tar targets
gets targets and that it, the Air Force,
had the target data, knew where
to hit and how to hit a target.

Radford, one-time enemy of the

Air force, tms tune as chairman

of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, sided
with the Air Force. The Armv

was reiegatea to lire missiles a

range of only .00 miles The Ju

piter intermediate ballistic 'mis-

sue, which fired 3,300 miles and

which was ahead of the "Air

Force s ikbm, the Thor, was not

to De urea any more

This it whtn" Nickerson took

tha Army's ease ta the public
If li also whan tha Army's six
saliillites wore relegated -te a.
warehouse and than Budget Bu Bureau
reau Bureau auditors were sent," to
Huntsville to kwep them from'
being launched The Budget Rn Rn-patent
patent Rn-patent Army authorities, who
war on tha scene in Huntsville
state the contrary
The Army, chafing at the Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon ruling and knowing that
Russia was forging ahead in the
satellite race, was nlannine to

launch one of these satellite as

a publicity stunt
But the Budget Bureat, learning
of this, ruled otherwise by shut shutting
ting shutting off funds This was a case
where inter service rivalry might
have accomplished a- good result
Today, inter servjee rivalry
continues this time concentrat concentrating
ing concentrating on who shall operate the anti antimissile
missile antimissile missile v- 1

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NEA Sarvic, Inc.

2. Permit only couples or bachelors to occupy one-bedroom

apartments, be tney called iamiiy quarters;' or wna,t-nave-you.
3. Assign all quarters by family size, and' forget this silly rule
that a girl and a boy have to be at least twelve years of age

s before Barents can request separate bedrooms for them. (The

t sociologist would really laugh the building right off the hill

zor that one).
4. Don't just "make a study" of couples occupying two and
three bedroom apartments, do something about it. Move them
out. I cannot accept years of service as an excuse for keeping
bedrooms unoccupied. Nor do I think such an exchange of quar quarters,
ters, quarters, required, would be too difficult to manipulate over a pe period
riod period of months.
5. If the best house in Margarita or Gatun will keep an ex excellent
cellent excellent physician at Coco Solo, give it to him (not by putting
someone out of It. of course, but designating: it for the "prima

donnas"). The same for technicians, machinists, or school

teachers. I wouldn't be the least surprised if the St. Lawrence
Seaway will appeal to many of our men In the next few years,
and teachers are coming into their own. Canal Zone salaries for
teachers (differential Included) are receiving pretty tough com competition
petition competition right now In the States.

S. Stop slapping the faces of new employes with those two
nauseating Canal Zone expresslngs: "There's a boat out next..."
and "aerva your time and you'll get the home you want
They can get the horn they want in the States now, and their
CS. rents will serve as house payments.
T. Inspect apartments frequently, and fine tenant whn ar

too hard on a place. I've moved into too manv vacated "homM

! of respected Zondans" In every Atlantic community to know how
disrespectful they can be of PanCanal property.
In conclusion, too many fine people have left because of un un-atlafaetory
atlafaetory un-atlafaetory housing and rlff-raffy, inconsiderate neighbors. This
nnnored Coco Solo housing offers a wonderful opportunity to
raise morale, living standards, and perhaps clean out some very
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uoauaou luiacmr-Diea.
Atlantic-side Housewife

L jor nine, months thera w jo
fdecisiftii regardirttf the defease

of Quenwyand Mats :Hn'
Matthw Rid.wav oooosed de

fwHtiff' these Offshore islands ind

tha President would not step in

and decide tjie matter nimseii.
fnr evert lancet there was no

wunn regarding the defense of

French Indo China Dec a use so-

miral Radford and the Navy want

ed to defend it and the Army

who

is supposea to maw uiee uvci uvci-all
all uvci-all decisions, would not do so,
and Indochina was two thirds
lost to the Communists. '

Walter Winchell

h New

York

BROADWAY BALLAD

FREE-FOR-ALL RIVALRY
On many Other less spectacular
problems no decision was made.
So each branch of t heservice pro
ceeded to take its case to the
court of public opinion. It found
that h" enough public opinion lin lined
ed lined up on its side, the White House
acted.

Thia was why Cel. John Nick Nickerson
erson Nickerson af Huntsville, Ala., took
tha Army's guided missiles cam
to Congress and tha public aver
the head Of his chiefs in tha
Pentagon
Gradually the inter service ri

valry reached such a boiling point

that it seriously jeopardized our
rivalry with Soviet Russia

There had been many other bat

tles

Previously there was the battle

of the naval carrier vs the Air

Force's long range bomber as
to which was best to carry the
offensive to Moscow
There was the competition in
Korea when the Navy sided with
the Army against the Fir Force
in wanting the right to operate
its own planes in tactical support
of ground troops This, the Army
said, was merely the extension
of artillery
There was the Army's claim that
it needed to operate its own air
force to earry rirborne troops to
the front
But none of these s roused ai

Last night, between the midnight
and the dawn,
I walked the quiet avenues of
sleep,

And everywhere I. looked the
blinds were drawn'-
Against the passer by who went
to keep
A rendezvous with memory... hut
' you,
Like other people, were in slumber
curled, .'
And in my hour cf heartbreak ne never
ver never knew v-V

That I was lonely, somewhere in

iha worlds ''

Why must my recollection, be fro
keen. w v

So poignant, and, why tnust.. -1
be the kind ) i
Who mourns a falling petal,; while
serene y J
And placid are tha waters of
your mind?;-'- '
The law of compensation; must be
such -1

That some should dream loo lit

tle some too much

Mitchell Parish

the upcoming film. "The '41st

She has to dry her clothes, over

a lire ana ooers tne strip bit. Ter

nfic sputniks... Morton Da Costa
(director of "The Music Man")

has novel rehearsal apparel spe specially
cially specially designed all leather trous

ers. (O, yoM kid!) .. Sound-a-likes
The new hit, "Kisses Sweeter
Than Wine," and an old Irish bag bagpipe
pipe bagpipe tuen... Our Town has a new
beaut doing tv commershills, apt aptly
ly aptly named Betty Lovely. Her xftal
name, too.

Cast of Characters: Arthur, Good Good-men,
men, Good-men, a waiter at Kindy's on the
late shift., who looks like some

one yof. mighunave geen on tee tee-vee.
vee. tee-vee. Me plaed Wally; Cox.s uncle
in the Mr Peeper's cast andSsS

Pa on.

other1 roles for ;vanous big pro
gram... Hope Hampton, featurmg
Chinese-mandarin-: red frocks
Songwriter Johnny Marks, who

earned over half-s, million dollars
from.' his ong hit, rhudolph, le
Red-Nosed Reindeer" Gebe Au-'
try's version passed the 5 million
copy mark for Columbia Records.
Another 20 million more were
waxed by 94 different artist since
1949... Gypsy Rose Lee, who has

gold spigots in her bathroom basin
Bobo Rockefeller, who has eold

door knobs in her new town house,
and stripper Lois DeFee. who has

i4-Ka"rat 'watebasji8tsin her wig-

curtain tails: "lhe Bridge on

the River Kwai," a raOvie of qua-.

Iitv .William HnlHnn snH A lor

Guinness ftar Kave Aattd sL

Christmas -iEve toast routine ft

Bon'boir... Marie AicUonaid at the

Persian .Room.. Jim Love's lit

est dm hnunrt fur hitvflle- "Rrluht

Ijghts"... Al Hibbler's waffle pf

"Wish" from "Rumple."

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OPPOSITE PLAZA SANTA ANA., PANArM-

Mamos oi a Mtdnightef! Frank

Sinatra will net over 1500,000 (af

tertaxest on his "Pi Joey" tlick

Lola Fisher, understudy to. the

leading lady in "My Fair Lady"
has a new prince charming. Irwin

Herung. exec tor Dun and Brad

street... Hy Gardner's original
split screen telephone interview
(NiBC) program begins its 4th

year Stadee... A ir id tow melo

drama stars a lass in air frame"

who is being wooed by a CBS exec,

She tossed over his boss for htm,

The lothario may lose his"' job..,

A last moment switch to' Wern

her Von Braun (our top space

man) cost Lena Home the Current

Life cover... Actor Jack Mulla-

ney. on location with 20th's 'South

Pacific,' longkisstances Mary

Horner of Seventeen mag nightly,

Life correspondent Bob Mason (he

works in Dixie) and Letty Aldrrch

wed around Yuletime... Our ra

dar reveals that Gwen Verdon's
bedroom (tee hee) has a Victorian
stove... Warning to hostesses: Do
not jnvite Howard Keel and Gor Gordon
don Gordon McRae to the same party.
Sallies In Our Alley: Topic A
were the rave reviews flung at
Helen Hayes in "Time Remem Remembered"...
bered"... Remembered"... "Did you eve' see so
many men m love with the same
women observed one rooter.
"She doesn't seem to get a year
older"... "Talent," said another,
"never does"... Overheard In
Lindy's: "Broadway's tha7 longest
street in the world, right "..'it
has to be, it needs room for all
the losers." 1
Now Yark Tragedy: You pro probably
bably probably hav seen Tama .Breden's
lovely face in tha magazine ads
Har likeness Is en four cavars
for December... One af tha tap
medals... Shi and har 7-year-old
son ware killed in a crash tha
ether morning near Salem, Va.
Tama, only .4, was set far a
featured rah in June Hacov's
neat musical shew... She was ta
bo married (in January) ta Wall
Stroitt's most eleglble young
bachelor, Robert B. Gravis,..-.
Miss Borden was driving har lit lit-Ma
Ma lit-Ma bay ta a military academy
In Virginia... So ht wouldn't be
tardy... She plowed ta fly the re
but they wart trapped In a
traffic fam anl missed tha
Flan by 4 minutes.

Bittow n Small talk: Richard

('South Pacific") East am rocked

Main-Stem chums by declaring:
"Movies-arc tougher 'to do than

Broadway plays"... Sir CedricJ

Hanricke requested the movie
billing drop his title for bis role
in "Bah Face Nelson," in which
h nlava m mfthal-r inr th first

time. (A mobster with 'that en-'I

chanting Briddish accent? )..Rus-
sia's answer to Marilyn Monroe
is comrade Isolde Izvitkaya. who,

gets marooned on a desert' Isle i
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: i j'OAAND BELLOW
' LONDON (UP) Superintend-
' tot' dark William Wood was the
) her ef the day to the other
i mtmbers of the Brixton police
4 fort today. He picked the soccer
1 pool ticket that won them $120,495.
' Wood, 76 other policemen, and
one Ipolfcewoman at Brixton are in
' syndicate which collectively bets
$22.10 in a soccer pool each week.
After many months of disappoints
- meat, they learned Tuesday that
"Womf picked this week's winner
; andl;that the whole group will
'shu the top prize.

JETSTREAM SETS RECORD

SAN FRANCISCO. (.UP)- A

Trans World Airline Jetstream

Paris t $anjl,tancisc4 to labours
and 26,inutes yesterday to fset

a new commercial recoro lor w
X7i9-mili Dolar route. TWA said

th nlanp carrvine 29 passengers

and crew of 11, cut W hours

oni as minutes from the previous

record, also set-by TWA. The pi

lot was Capt.-fceorge iriujaru 01
Ridjefield, Conn.

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GOVERNOR AND MBS. WILLIAM E. POTTER WILL
GIVE RECEPTION FOR PRESIDENT (AND WIFE i
The Governor of the Canal Zone and Mrs. WUlfatn E. Potter

have issued invitations to a gala reception to be held next rriaay
in honor of the President of the Republic of Panama f rnesto de

la Guardia Jr. and Mrs. de la Guardta.

The reception will be held at the Governor's mansion.

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Reception For

Visiting Congressmen

The Ambassadoi of the United

States of America and Mrs. Ju

lian F. Harrmton will hold a re

ception this evening at the Em Embassy
bassy Embassy residence oi La Cresta in
honor of members o f the U.S.
Congress who are visiting the
Isthmus.
President Feted
At Golif Club
President Ernesto de la Guardta
was guest of honor at a reception
given at the Golf Club last night
by members of the Bomberos
Corps.

Mr. And Mrs. Aely

Will Give Party
On Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. R.

Austin Acly,

Counsellor! ofeilMeitat"
Em bassy; fand Mm Aely ive

a cocktail-party at tneir Borne n

La Cresta 'next Tuesday.
Wife Of Colombsinji
Ambassador Gives X"
Par Dinlonratic Wive

Mrs Raul H. iBarrios. wife f

the Ambassador of Colombia will

be hostess at1 a tea this afternoon

for the ladies' of the Diplomatic

corps.

Mrs. Omenitsch 4-

Lmbii Far Wash infllon

Mrs. Hans M. uemmtsen ana

her three sons of El Cangrejo,
left by- plane yestexday morning
for Washington, 1). C. where they

will join, Mr. Omenitsch who has
been transferred to. that city.

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Historical Society Meeting Tuesday

Recreate Night Life On Isthmus

At the regular meeting of the
Isthmian Historical Society, which
will be held next Tuesday evening
at the Tivoli Guest House, the
social life, which took place in

night dubs, social clubs and ho

tels during the construction per
riod will be the topic of discus discussion.
sion. discussion. Hedtor Dowen who can! re remember
member remember night clubs back as far
as 1913, will he the principal

speaker and Fred Sill will bring
the audience up to date on' the
Tivoli Club dances during the
Construction Days. ;

I-

ganized by Amy McCormack dur during
ing during the Goethals Memorial Dedi Dedication
cation Dedication when people were in a nos nostalgic
talgic nostalgic mood and has since then
taken an important place in the
community. The records that
have been made and pres e r v e d

will be invaluable to .fiction au authors
thors authors in the future, those, who
desire to get an accurate period
of the social life during the cons construction
truction construction era. Recording of .the
Old Timers reminiscences and the
historian's speeches are always
made.
Besides Mrs. McCormack, the
presidents have been the. Rev.

Mauiert J. Feterson, out x. my

Each notice for Inclusion lit tbiu'
column .should bt .. submitted v,i ;

type-written term and
the box number lifted daily in 'Sflr?
Cial and Otherwise." or deliver
by hsnd to the office. Notices' e,
meeting! cannot be accepted. jr

telephone.
Nloht Life

In Early Days

Will Be Discussed

The Isthmian Historical!. Society

will meet on Tuesday, Dec: at
7:30 p.m. at the Hotel Tivoli,

The su&ject will De "mgntiiue"

m the Jbariy fays of the lstn-

mus." Hotels, social clubs,, and

night clubs will be among fea

tures discussed

Chairman

iBurnham.

will be Mr Brodie

Residents of tlit;Zone or Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, who remember the Jardi and

ranaone. mgmc uos ana. t Bay e d Donald E. Musselman. Ro Ro-dances
dances Ro-dances of the Hotel .Central, ?tger C. Hackett, Dean of the Ju-

LCI. mKU upuiK uu finvw any iuu
during the Construction Day are
expected to be present and par participate
ticipate participate irt lhe lively discussion,
Those in Panama, who have heard

their parents 4elJof- the French

Days and verf before, when' the

GUand ttaer w8 cpoter t eur eur-tur,
tur, eur-tur, tMiisjMdo J'be. present,
The Histofical' Society; was (r;

non College, has been the Vice

president for the entire time since
the organization of the society.
. Ml meetings arc open to the
public and the objectives are to

entertain and stimulate a great-

et love for the history of fana

ma and the Canal Zona.

At the coming meeting Jrodie

Burpham will be the Chairman

Balsaria Slldns

Will Be Shown

At Gorges Institute

The 270th metting of the Pana

ma Canal Natural History Socie

ty will be held at 8;00 p.m at

the Gorgas Institute, Panama Ci

ty, on Wednesday, Decv 4.

A program.both entertaining and

instructive has been arranged. Mr.

Wesley4 H. Townsend Civil Engi

neer in tne v anama wanai com

pany's Section of Surveys, jwill,
bring us some climnses of t h e

life of the Guaymi Indians of

western -Panama, followed by co colored
lored colored slides of a Balsaria that he
attended last April.

Mr. Townsend is well known

on the Isthmus on both sides of

"tht line ; he knows many of the
out-of-the-way places of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus intimately and his fluency
with Spanish, both in the b u s h
and sin "gentler" society, gives
him an insight of the places and
peoples with which he comes in

contact that lew people gain. He

also has the ability as a speaker
to take his audience with him in
their armchairs while telling of

his experiences.

Members are encouraged to

bring visitors, and particularly
prospective members, to ibis meeting.

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Escoffery, becomes the bride of Julio Ernesto Jimenez, son of Mr.(ana Mrs. Juuo jnpenea at
Santa Iglesia de Cristo Rey church. i

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Services, Sunday

The Benevolent 'and lrotectlve

Order of Blks; Lodge, 1414, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, canal zone, will hold their
annual Memorial Day services
in their lodffe home at La Bona

Road-zBalboatcUec J, at 5 p.m.
TJie guest speaker Tw4U be fMaj.
Frederick Zigan,, thaplaln Unit United
ed United States Air Forced The public

is jnvitea to attend. There will
be a buffet served '. After the

services.,- ,ev-

Red NailPoM,
Gets CarFired

LONDON. Nov. 29 UPV-Mrs.

Kathleen Laurant got fired be

cause she used Lricht red nail

polish.
Mrs. Laurant sold candy and
cfgarets in the long distance pas passengers'
sengers' passengers' lounge at London Airport.
The owner deCiled Tjer nail pol polish
ish polish .was unsuitable. She refused
to .change.

"I do hot see what business 1t

is of the firm's' what I wear,"'
she said
Her boss disa'greed. He fired
her.

TUNIS, Tunisia, Nov. 28 (UP)
President Habib Bouguiba urged
thp United States and Britain to

day to counter Soviet penetration
of Africa with more rrioves like
that of the recent-Anglo-American
arms shipments to his country.

The 54-year-old Tunisian leader

at the same time strongly criti

cized the. French' for taking Tu Tunisian
nisian Tunisian independence Jightly; It
was unacceptable French condi conditions
tions conditions attached to arms shipments
that lei Bourguiba to turn to the
United States and Brtain for the

weapons he needed for his coun coun-ry's
ry's coun-ry's internal security.

The arms .ffliov.es by Washington
and London brought a swift and
angryM reaction f in France that
threatened to,sh'aU Jhe Atlantic
aNianoe and whicb. iStUl has not

died down completely..

Bourguiba said in an exclusive

United Press interview that these

AhglorAmeripan arms deliveries

riUntryj and :jo'Tpther ,'A?ab
cOuntries.'Vf- ' J.'"V':'.V
put, he warned, "there must be
similar gestures to counter-balance

the offers of; all sorts, that the
East (the- Soviet bloc) is so prodv

igal witn."

i Tunisia, one of the most pro

Western nations in Amca won its

idppendence from France in 1955

after' several years- of unrest.

Last week. Bourguiba and King

MjohammedV' of Morocco now
inj Washington as a guest of the
United States offered the "good

offices of their two .countries to

mediate 'between France, fand the

rebels in the Algerian War. This

hits been rejected by -the French

gdvernment:
At the same-time. French Dat-

rols still cross the Tunisian border

ini pursuit of Algerian rebel, bands,

arid despite Tunisian protests.
Bourguiba said : this French inter

ference in his country made his
pro-Western policy "all- the more

exasperating."

k'I am distressed to say that in

the eyes' of France, our so-called
independence remains a sort of
guardianship, leaving to our for

mer protectors tne rignt to act
as stems good to them, wherever
they desire, and at the moment

they choose."

Gatun Union Church
Youth Fellowship
services On Sunday

A service of prayer and thanks thanksgiving
giving thanksgiving willb e conducted by the

Gatun Union Church Youth Fel

lowship Sunday evening at 6:30.
Friends are invited to. attend the

whole 30-minute servici.'-or to en

ter for only a few minutes of
prayer. Preyers will be Offered
periodically by members of the

Youth Felowship. I
What Is Your Life Expectancy?"

Will be the subject lot theV ser

mon by the minister at the 11

o'clock service of worship. Also,
the Adult Bible Class aid Church
School meet. The AWult f Bible

Class is taught by the J minis-

er, and this Sunday; wil discuss
the subject 'Jesus afrd the Law

-Mount. r--': f
A covered dish dinner e honoring
Mr. and Mrs. Howard' Harris,
longtime workers in the Gatun
Union Church soon; to retire, will
be held. Monday evening at '6:30.
Friends- of 'the Harris's are espe espe-cialt
cialt espe-cialt invited. 'Meat and potatoes
wil be-.furnisbadbylhe Church
Councif. 1 1

The public is Welcomed at all

services of the' Gatufr Union

Church. : .' r-

Townsend, the Rev. Henry Blake,
the Bev. James P.Y Farmer tht
Jv- J- K.J?eoew, the ReVi-Allen
Went, theJBev. John Spatdding.
ft? MJSft cl"ver, the:Rev.
Allen M. Stuhl, and the Bey. Sa Samuel
muel Samuel Walden. k; ':
.The Choir wiU be under the (di (direction
rection (direction of the organist, MissJ.
Suabl A reception has been
schednlefl'in the Parish HaU fol fol-lewiwAhe
lewiwAhe fol-lewiwAhe service;. Evervone l

invifedto attend. : i

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St.Afban'. Church

lold Concert

fie harvest concert held last
day by the St. Alban's Church

jiavmg provea, -most

Choir Guild

vwM(ui, wiu pe repeated by (peV
pular Request on Dec. 15 al".st

St. Andrew's Marks'
Patrons! Festival

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church

Caooli, will celebrateHts. Patronal

Festival this evening- at ?:3(r p.

m. witn evensong.

The celebration of St. Andrew's

Day which falls on Saturday is

also the fourth anniversary of

thei Ordination of the Church's
Priest in Charge, the Rev. William

W. Baldwin to the Priesthood and

the fifth anniversary of his Or

dination to the Deaconite. It is

also the annivesary of the com completion
pletion completion of the Bruc Memorial. An-
ntit. .' i ..2..', 'f:' ;

in aoiuon so tne regular ser-

vice oi evensong; "iev, uaiawin
will re-takej his Ordination vows

of four fears agot

Services will be Haid and suns.tkv

various Isthmianf clctgyv whowwill

be on had to oi in the ceigbra ceigbra-tiori,
tiori, ceigbra-tiori, and sermon will be delivered
by "Bishop !BJ HeBer Gooden, S. T.
D. and ReVBaldiwin, the following

local e'ergw willjtakearjj ip the
celebration:! the JVery Rev, .M. J.

Peterson, the Rv. Lemueli B.

Shirley1, The" Ref Dr. John H.

Featured again will bejPrftfesJ
sor Hans Janowitz, concert 'pianj.
ist. Professor Teodorio Tirelli, coij4
cert violinist, Rev, Allen B.entt;
baritone, Mrs. Mary Callender, sw
prano, and the St. Alban'sehoii
Guild.
Nazarene CHurch-

Officicls Slated
To Arrive Soon
Dr. G. IB. Williamson, general
superintendent for the;Church at
the. ITaiatene, i and Dri .jHonorato
Reza, who is director of the Span Spanish
ish Spanish Department of the Church,
are expected to arrivo fcr nn

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Del, .5. :
During their three day visit,
these men are scheduled to speak

in the Nazarene Churches at M

garita

Zone,

and Ancon in 'the

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WINNTPEG, Nov. 29 (UP) A

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to y-carry-" 3B-inch water ..main
across the Assiniboiae JRiveiv col collapsed
lapsed collapsed last j night the fjfirst time
h was ieeY
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the river shortly after Winnipeg
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! Throughout the world as a whole

the opportunities for productive
investment are far greater than
can be met by the :: resources
available. This is as true as the
Commonwealth; Including the

United Kingdom, as of other

countries.-: wi
"Within the Commonwealth the

united Kingdom has special re

sppnsipiuues ior jurtnenng uie

economic welfare of ail the mem
bers of .the Commonwealth. ?
U has these responsibilities not

merely-because of tradition, dui
because1 It has the largest tech technical
nical technical resources of any member

country, because of its expert-

ence of overseas Investment, and

because it la the only common

wealth country which can pro provide
vide provide any appreciable amount ei

ther of long-term financial cap1
Hal or of capital goods and-

quipment of all sorts for the use

pf Its fenow menroers. wa i
y .At the present time the most
effective measures which the

United Kingdom can take inL

this atrectton .are jot k 10
; strengthen sterling and to de de-nehva
nehva de-nehva its own economvAi

In the words of the recent

White Paper ?The United King Kingdom's
dom's Kingdom's Role in Commonwealth
nnvfinnment." "Since the

I strength of sterling Is the,basl$
-of the prosperity of their trade

and i also tne iounaawon oi

their .development members; of

th sterling commonwealth all

have a vital interest in, sustain

ing policies which will strengm

Therefore the. onmary auty.oi
the United Kingdom to the Coni-

monwealth is to increase its ex exports
ports exports to the dollar area as much

as possiDie ana to exymiu
greatly as possible itsown pro--ductlv'e
capacity.
In the short-run these two du duties
ties duties are not completely compa compatible,
tible, compatible, as they can both claim the
same resources.
In the long run they both e e-qually
qually e-qually depend on the rate of ; the
United lOngdom's home .Invegt-

ment- '.

In recent years tne umiea

Kingdom has in fact been devot
inor a r.nns) A itrablv laraer oro-

portion 'of its recources to home
investment than before the war.

In 1938 gross fixed investment

comprised 12 per cent of the
urns national Dtoduct. In 1952

it comprised l per ceui! na iu

1956 10 per cent or me gross u
Mnnal nroduct. y ; 1

, It Is expected that .this year
total home Investment will be

Herhflv larcer than last Yeaf.

In money terms, gross fixed In

vestment took gu.4 Diiuon ouv oi
a eross national product of $30.4

Mlllnn In 19U "j -S

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Of the $8.4 biinon speni' ibi,
year on (domestic fixed capital
formation, u nearly $2.53 billioii
nra invented In manufacturing

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industry, more man wi muuuu

u reauirea to finance imuruy

et minniies of water and power,

and a similar sum was spent on

transport and communication:

housing accounted for almost

1 Aft htlHnn

' a. n result of this exvendif

ture, and without allowing for

depreciation ana replacement,
the economy of the United

Kingdom was strengmcnea ov
the addition of new plant ana

machinery vaiuea or mure
than $3.1 billion. new buildings

onf mnrirx-e.Trnistve or nans'

ingvalued at $2.4 billion, and
Additional vehicles, ships and
aircraft worth more than 126
haiinn. v

'This rate of Investment will

have to be maintained, if not in increased
creased increased In the future if only to

keep Britain abreast of modern

technological ,aeveiopme"i.. :
The harnessing of atomic
energy to generate power is an

inescapaoie, ana very eipc
sive. commitment.

Britain's road and rail systems

are inadequate to meet me ever,
inr.reasine volume of business. :

More steel works have to be
built, and most industries will

hn.s to Koend lame sums simply

to remain competitive with the

industries of the otner exporting
omtnfrlM nf the wOrld. ,. ; -j

The claims of investment have,
however, to be weighed against

those of exports, and to conjunc conjunction
tion conjunction with the watch which still

has to be kept on tne import om.
The onTv wav in which more

ran both he emorted and invest

ed is if consumption in Britain
does, not expand too rapidly and

it savings rise.

The unuea mngaom gov
ernment is actively pursuing a
policy of encouraging savings,
and last year the total of per-
tnnnt uirtino rnjtft awreciablV.

nixnosable income increased

by about $3.1 billion, but spend spending
ing spending on consumption rose by only

$1.68 bimon, tne oaiance vi
Mliinn hetna? saved.

It Is against the background of

the need lor domesuc savmg ana
investment and the necessity for

increased exports particularly

to the dollar area tnat tne am am-litv
litv am-litv of the United Kingdom to

invext in the rest of. the Com

monwealth has to be considered.

nrnvided a much smaller con

tribution than has. been sought.
In the economic circumstances
of the day its contribution has

been considerable.

In suite of competing claims.

British private investment and

loan from tne Excneqjier to me
sterling Commonwealth have;

averaged $350 million a year in j
recent years. Exchequer grants

have added almost anotner 384
million a, year, and in addition

special assistance has teen pro

viaea ior,- tne, colonies, ana m
vestment in Canada has aver
ftred' mllllnn a vear !. .-v

In all. this- total comes very

near- to ssoo million a year;
As "the White Paper on Com Commonwealth
monwealth Commonwealth Development nolnts

out it (has. been -unofficially-.-es

timated that of all the external
capital invested, m the 'sterling

Commonwealth ;"( excluding.-the

United. Kingdom), 15 per cent.

nas come from tne united states;
and 10 per cent from- the World

Bank, but by far the greatest

contribution has been .the unit-

led Kingdom, with 70 ter cent
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NEW DELHI. India. V. Nov. 29

fUFj-rremier Nehru has i ap appealed
pealed appealed to the United States, Russia
and other countries, to-meet in a

new summit conference, informed

sources said today. ),''
Russia, it was believed here, al

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join in. the proposed conference.
"Nehru told a news conference
tolay that the U. S. and '. Russia'
"can mould this world and either
raise it to undreamed of heights
or hurl it to .the pit ,ot disaster."
Informed sources said t Nehru
urged East and West to meet at
the conference and achieve world
peace by adopting a nolidy of

peaceful coexistence. The.- appeal

already was believed to have been

transmitted throi

channels

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"It is only : through direct ap approaches
proaches approaches sfap : agreements, through
peaceful means that Cthe- world's)
problems can be solved,". Nehru
told newsmen. '-;,.'. '-

' "l am speaking not only r; my
self but for vast numbers of people
in all countries of the world when
I venture to appeal to the great
leaders of the United Sfates -and
Russia, in whose hands destiny

has placed such tremendous pow

er," he said. "I have no doubt

that the two have it in their power
to put an end to this horror that
is enveloping the world and dark

ening our minds and our future."

Nehru repeated his appeals for

all countries to immediately stop
huclesr tests.

"No country, no people, however

powerful they might be, is safe

from destruction if. this competi

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At Aibrcok ; ;t
Albrook doctors' wives were host hostesses
esses hostesses to the Doctors' Wives flub
at' a ulncheott held on Wednesday
at Jihe Albrook Officers' Club.
Mm, Helen. 'Spann was in charge
ofjarrangementa., ;
raWe" decorations .were in keep keeping,
ing, keeping, with Thankagiying ,f nd a ho holiday
liday holiday spirit prevailed.
Mrs. Ruth Batchelder, president,
nroirnmpri new members and

guests! The new members were

Mtsdames Edith Chasteney, Vale Valeria
ria Valeria Gregory, Mary Ann x Joseph,
Lo&iie ink. Alice Msrketle. and
Jackie Ramirez. ; Guests we re
Mts, Duncan, Mrs. Spann's moth motherland
erland motherland Mrs. Morris, mother-in-law
of Mrs. Sarah Morris.-
Flans were made. 'for future ac activates.
tivates. activates. New toys ior the playroom
atGorgas Hospital-and Christmas,
prbjecU at the hospital were dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. '.
Members who attended were
Medames Connie Meernone, Sa Sarah
rah Sarah Morris,, Millie Musgrave, June,

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ly, Francis Joeuing, Marge Ken

nedy, Betty Jones, Marguerite
Hirschman, Lavita Hilton. Valerie
Gregory, Joan Gorman, Ann Fon Fontaine,
taine, Fontaine, Lottie Fink. Gail Flaugher,
Ruth Evans, Ruth Eastman, Louisi
Edwards, Ann De'Gon Dina Car Carter,
ter, Carter, Edith Chasteney, Lily Correa
Ruth Brown, Edianne Bruce, Rita
Berger, Ruth Bntcheldeiv i Joan
Altman, 'Alice Allen, Dottie Nor-

ris. Dons usteroerg, Victoria us us-tenso,
tenso, us-tenso, Eva Proetor, Jackie Rami Ramirez
rez Ramirez 'Thora Smith, -Helens -Spann.
Penrl Sims. Nora Singer. Natalie

Tilis, Resede Wilson, Polly Wills -Olfia
Woosman. Joan Webb and

Cladys Wiley.

Pooid Party '
Cr Cabana Club v v

Members On. Monday '

Hotel El Panama llilton is nom-i
In? a noolside narty f or ., Cabana

Club members ana;.fleir guests
on Monday night- at 7;

There will be games ana prizes.
(Continued on page 8)

MOTHER'S DAY SALE

STARTED TODAY

LDinner Sets, Tea Sets, Coffee Sets

and many other lovely gifts.
MORRISON'S
4th of July Ave.
' Visit Our Air-Conditioned Book Department

The five enlisted men'.-. won

'irst prizes in the. Project ray ray-dirt
dirt ray-dirt contest for -the .U.S. Army

Forces Antilles and Military Dis Dis-rict
rict Dis-rict of Puerto Rico, arrived in
he Panama Area yesterday on
he USNS Geiger f6r a five day
our of the Canal Zone.
Among other passengers on the
jfeigcr were the five ., winners
'roni the' Canal Zone who are

retnrnine from their trip 'to

'nprtn Ripn.

The visitors, 'all from the t503rd

recn service unn, rvn wm.ua wm.ua-ian,
ian, wm.ua-ian, art Sp-2 Samuel Nelson Jr,
3p-3 Roy C. Marion, Pfc John
?. Heffron, Sp-2 Robert A. Shirel Shirel-ne
ne Shirel-ne Jr. and Sp-3 Richard L.

Wood.

They werebuleted witn me

U.S. Army Gacrison at tort Ami
inr whprp thev were Thanksgiv

ing' Day dinner guests yesterday
afternoon.

Their tentative schedule in includes
cludes includes a visit With Brjff. Gen. Mil Mil-tor
tor Mil-tor L. Ogden, deputy ijmmanding
general, USARCARIB, a tour of

Pacific side installations ana

sightseeing in Panama City. On

Saturday a tour oi me vbhi

locks and a shopping trip are

scheduled, while on Sunday mey

will join 2nd place winners from
the Canal Zone on an all day
fishing excursion. Before leaving
by MATS plane from Albrook Air

Force Base on xuesaay, me vi visitors
sitors visitors also are to the Atlantic
side points of interests.
Winnie's Son Fined
For Traffic Breach

BRENTWOOD, England, Nov,
28 (UP) Randolph Churchill.r son

of 1 former Prime Minister Sir

Winston Churchill, was finel $14
vefterdav 'for failing to stop after

an accident and for driving with-

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REACTION

KARACHI, Pakistan-The gov government
ernment government announced today that it
had canceled visas granted to a
Soviet troupe invited to take part
in an international cultural festi festival
val festival here.vThe government said the
invitation was withdrawn in" view
of public resentment against Rus
sia, which has threatened to use
its, veto against Pakistan on -Ihe
Kashmir question in the United
Nations Security Council. f-

HER WEDDING DAT Ceclle Dionrie 23i and iier ; husband,

Philllppe Langlols, 26, are shown Jeavlng the church, after

! their marriage ceremony in CorbeiJ, Ontario. The town, is not
far from where the happy bride and her four alstera were born.
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Onlv another woman really

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say: Jim was nome wnn a coia

three days last week, so I'm way

behind m my houseworK."
"I didn't really 'Deed it, but it
was such a bargain I just could
not pass it up."
"This dress is Just what I want,
but I'd like to sho$ ; around before
1 buy it." s
"I've got to getvall.the curtains
washed and the Mors waxed. You
know the circle is meeting at my
house next week."
"Don't repeat this to a soul.
The only reason Sue told me was
because she knew it wouldn't go
any further;" 9
"I hate to see Jim start on
do-it-vourself project. The house

will ba : up iop weejndi,,;.. ,,CHf BAQJftANMfft

PJ1- spend my tima-i loowng -.aqr f

things' ne wann ana aiBnuuig uufi
tools;: I wisji he would just .let
me hire' carpenters and get it

done right."

FEMENINE LOGIC

"When vou ee Jim tonight do

not mention the evening drss you 'Lebanon."
7 ., . -;.

helped me pick, out. I've-" still got
it in the back of tlie closet wait

ing for the right moment to bring
it out."
"We're invited to i party Satur Saturday
day Saturday night and I' haven't a thing
to wear."
"I hate the new styles. but

they've made everything in my
closet look out of date. I've got

to go, down and buy some .clothes
no hiatter haw unbecoming they
are." '.; (
"I'm leeling so low I think I
will go downtown and but C new
haf." ' L ,
; "Poor Jane. Tom's talking a a-bout
bout a-bout retiising And just when she
has reachedS .the place where she
eouJdr.take it easy," ..(-. ....

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atiVei wh&.'Vaa truest speaker j at i thq -meeting- of the AJnerlcao society of Civil Engineers at
the Tivoll uest House Monday flight. Left to right ara- Cot' B. L. Hill Engineer, USAR USARCARIB;
CARIB; USARCARIB; Mr. Grogan ? Lt: Governor Arnold ; R. : Vit Rlsbert, First Vice .President,? Eanam a Sec Section,
tion, Section, American Society of. Civil Engineers;-!, GSartain; Engineering Dlydsion, t"h? Panama
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DAMASCUS, Syria f U13-rLeb-

anese Director of Security Farld
Chebab has been banned froni

Syria on government orders, in

formed soufice. said: today, Thie
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sources, saiu ine .jjoveiiiuieni ax ax-leges
leges ax-leges that Chebab "encourages

hostile antl Syrian elements in

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CONGRATULATIONS from. Brigadier Gene.ra, MHtpjiJ. Ogden. top., center ctlngcomniaftd ctlngcomniaftd-inrr
inrr ctlngcomniaftd-inrr General of USARCARIB in the absence of Major General Thbmas L. Harrold. were naas

"ed -onnosarvstdorlarr Amy ecorM

who was namea as ionor eiuueni or a recci grHuuauun at, jeii oaivauor Minisiry JAcaoeaiy.
entocIiecteYparrrf wesaarTOuT brtrSTOARIB waraeinn"hohor of the fieutenant
Wednesday noon at the Fort Amador .Officers' jOen Mess. Reading clockwise from Genera 1
Ogden, other members of the partyare: salvaristjalnr Army Captain' Gustavo Rlvas Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez Colonel A, A. .Greene, chief of Miliary Missions Section,1 VSARCARIB; Lieutenant

L James C. Burns. ifle. 4e camp to Genemugcusn; Lieutenant Kennew E, puKowskl, Instruc

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ATLANTA (UPWDetective t A ; I v' t

V. Muuinax is tajuns .Bireciai

interest in a stolen r case, ine
missing vehicle is his-4aken wlw

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A trrpjit variety-vof cookbooks

are available in Morrison's Air Air-conditibned
conditibned Air-conditibned Book .Department

on '4th. of July r Ave. and J
Street. Here are a few of the
titles, coma to, see the others.
Betterv Homes and Gardens
New Cook Book.
Good Housekeeping Cook

Book.

Shapail mmtEl Sphraddr
Given VIP Tr&afmeat Here,

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Betty Crocker's Tlctuie Cook las Carranzs r who arrived in the

Book.

Fanny Farmer Boston Cook Cook-;.
;. Cook-;. ing School CoQkJBuoUi'&t
The New Settlement Co6fc.
.. Book, r :, ( -$.'"
Caribbean Cookery.
Coclna Crlolla, (ln Spanish)
Dofla Petrona (In Spanish)
etc.,:- ete."' etc.". it r-if-

A: SalvadbrianSArmy second li

eutenant i ecfciving the Very

Tmtirtrtnnt. .;Peri's t.reattfir'nt

while spending rf uve!i dayjjyisit
of UWted StatAArfliy vCaribbean
installations a.'ILa reward for to-

ing Honor GrJluate of a recent

graauauon si Hie i oaivaoor

Military Academy.

The outstanding cadet is Nico-

Canal Zone Monday from Ei Sal

vnrinr tn bn ARportml-on fmfr

bl jlnifallatiohs and points of in

terest, in the Panama area.. His

official escorts will be 1st Lt.
Kenneth E. Bukowski, artillery
instructor at, the USARCARIB

School, Ft. Gulick and Gustavo

Rivas Rodriguez a Salvadorian Ar

Mother's first thougjif 1 for the health of her
family. That's why more mothers demahdy
safe, fresh-tasting Klim owdered whole
milk. Klim is thoroughly tested to
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by a special method to keep it fresh-tasting
and nourishing.
Don't buy less than the best. For 100 years, ihe
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.my: Captain, ind student at th
Gulick school.'

. Included in. the itinerary, which
Ifj.t0.,be conducted on both Jh
Aflantie and' Pacific sides of th
J?mns wnme touring the USAR.
Jnoi In on c.
2222 rf Se Various toxical
?nff tte command, a tahk.
infantry demonstration x be. ; ele.
ments of 'the zotlr Infantry sal
Venado iBeaeh. s-r,M. .i 11.1

yfesterday noon wUh Brigi Gen.
Milton LI .Ogden. acting command:
ug erl USARCARIB, in

r V, ri '""J-- wen; Tho Thomas
mas Thomas X...HArrnlit uha

conference in Washington yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, and Col A A.

The tour is a mfirt

of that given senior, grade of.
fleers arriving to the comniand,
and visiting diplomats from th
United States and Latin American
countries. . .

Lt. Carranza took th' riknht.'.

as top cadet of f his class vwith
an academic score of nlfuhtitr

90. Classes are normally started
with an enrollment of 100 atu atu-dents.
dents. atu-dents.

When asked if ihf, AnH.m'.

tOUgh (Strict descinlinot ,t,A t i

it wens really "worth' it n k

heutenant answered the two part
question wih "yes" and "yes".
Fourteen students survived the
four year course to eridunr

along with Lt. Carranza. Th

lieutenant was First Sergeant of
his class. . .- .

The El Salvador Mililnr aA.i

demy has been founded for mora

man i years and is to the Sal Salvadorian
vadorian Salvadorian as West Point is tn th

United States Army. Graduates -merge
from both with the rank
oi second lieutenant."..- t:

Liberal Arts and militarv" Jahl,

Jectt are tausht the first twa

yeara and the final two years
are crammed with nethin hut mi.

litary subjects. .

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Bulgo, prominent Hawaii morti.

cian and political figure, will be

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of the Twelfth. Street Rag, Sweet
Georgia Brown and Aloha Oe.

Bulccy who was killed in aa auto

accident, pseicuied tn his vw i 1 L
that a band, including five of his

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South Wert North East
1 Pass INT. p.

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North's one no-trumn resnon.ie

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vailed prevailed against him.- West opened
the ten of diamonds and South

went no with the ace of xummv.

He cashed the ace and king of
spades and ruffed a third spade.
His next' olav- was to return to

his own hand with the king of
diamonds and ; ruff the last

spade. With six tricks In and all

his own trumps intact south was

a favorite to make fus contract,
but this was not te be.

He led a club jrom dummy.

East went up wnn uie King ana
led a low trump. Declarer's nine

lost to West s ten and a second
club came back.. East won -this
and cashed his aueen of dia

monds, west dropped his queen

of clubs.,

The last club was now lea and
it. did not matter what South

did. He could only make his ace

of trumps aad was down one.

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Doll dresses

iu different styles and colors a
- Paper dolls
in different sizes ;J
; Peggy the paper dolPwith hair
Plastic tea set

Irons
, Refrigerators
Washing machines
Special dolls for autographs
Guns : i
Double barreled guns
Guitars
Trumpets
Accordions .'
Howl t sets
Basketball sets
Telephones

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Suggests
That you shop here
for perfect presents.
t-i; -' ...
for, everyone on your
Christmas gifts lists.

Submarines :
Trucks
Kaleidoscope
Boats
Sewing cards
Be a King f vr:
Pop corn set 7
Goth dolls big" collection
Rubber dolls
Train with whistle :-
Poll beds
I)olls made of cloth materia!
Bingo set
Dominoes
Ukelele.
Painting sets ..
Telephones

. .and many more Toys that will please your children

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Venezuela Opening
I!e Iron Mine
In Guayana Reoion

CARACAS XUP) ThelooeninB

o a new iron mine has brought

attention to tne tact mat venezue

la. a nation whose much publiciz

ta petroleum 1 Doom nas eaeed it

into the magic circle of iadustrial

Slants, ts also traveling quite com com-ortably?
ortably? com-ortably? on an economy in which

Iron plays an extensive part.
. -The Mivencaf Corporation of Ve

itezuzela' has announced that it

will enter competition with (Beth

lehem Steel's Iron Mines Inc. and

U.S. Steers Orinoco Mining Com

pany in an effort to raise some of

.he proven reserves of two billion
ons of Iron ore from Venezuela's

earth. Mivenca's new mine, El

Trueno. is located in the Guayan

region of he interior some 90

mnes irom tne post city ot uuaaa

Bolivarn the Orinoco Kiver.

The announcement of a new

Venezuelan iron mine comes at a
fortunate moment for. the world's

Heel community. Steel production
is near an all-time high and costs

are mounting as manufaeturers

attempt to meet their obligations
with ore that contains as little as
30 per cent iron, and is difficult to
process. Examination, of El Trueno
ore has revealed an iron content

of as high as K per cent, while
averaging 29 per cent purity.
One of the great benefits to be
derived from the opening of the

new mine will be the development
of the Guayana region. Industri-

aliztion always brings collateral

businesses to work hand-in-hand

with the new pMnets; The railroad

for El Trueno mine alone calls for

budget of 32 million dollars,

In addition, the Orinoco River

must be dredged near (Jiudad no

livar to ease shipping of the ore.

These two affiliated projects alone
will employ countless numbers and
leave many dollars in the pockets

of laborers, professional and bust
nessmen. both large and small. In

dustry will flourish and so will the

economy of the Guayana region
when the initial exploitation budget
of close to 52 million dollars be

gins to make its effect felt.

Good Word Given
Back Seal Drivers
By Insurance Firm
CHICAGO UP) The back

seat driver -has been maligned too
long, according to an insurance

company publication.

An article in Home ana uignway
magazine says a passenger can be
an asset to a driver,

But driver and passenger should

work as a team; the magazine add

ed., with, tne passenger assuming

the role of vco-piiot to point out
dangers not easily seen irom be behind
hind behind the wheel.
1 The driver should be in charge,
the article said, but should assign

certain, duties to the passenger.
On cross-country trips, for ex example,
ample, example, the passenger, can do the
map reading and read the route

signs, leaving the driver to con concentrate
centrate concentrate on the road. When chang changing
ing changing lanes, the "co-pilot'' can help
the driver by covering blind spots
on the right.
But the magazine offered this

taurine iu uatjocfli uuvcta.

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AVA GETS HER BUMPS? A va Gardner and Sosin'a fnrmns hniiflchtor fmm hnmiiuv

Angel Peralta, practice the traditional motions of "Al Alimon," a variation ol the usual buU buU-baiting
baiting buU-baiting with a cloak in which two persons handle the garment. The action, in Peralts's private private-ring
ring private-ring near Madrid, may have been what gent Ava into seclusion on her return to her London
hotel. She reportedly was butted, up-ended and kicked in the neck and cheek, while trying her
hand as a matador. Ava may have been practicing for the role of a bullfighter reportedly
offered to her In a Hollywood film.

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Richard P.. Knows Hia Gun
that's hii name, not a sentence

proves that, like his 'father.

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that moniker. "Richard, now a

Marine, hails from, the Crow

Indian Agency at Hardin, Mont.
A veteran hunter, whostarted
with a toy bow and arrow, he's
polishing up the gun hell use
oft a hunting trip planned for

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pital, Hospital, Oakland, Calif, when
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER jt9,
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F.cWt Navy Wivei
center Stneflt Danfo
The Pacific Navy Wives. Club
is sponsoring a benefit Dance for

the Bella Vista Girl's Home to
be held at Post N. 3835 V.F.W..

CocnhYCZ. Music is to be furnish

cd by the Cotton Pickers. There

ill be free door prizes and the
absentee ticket holder is also eli eligible.
gible. eligible. The dance' is to be held
Friday, Dec. 6 at H:00 p.m.
Stores and agencies' in Panama
CJJy and the Canal Zone who havr
rlwiated prizes to the dance are:
Tflopicana, Kaplan's Insurance A
gncy. The Arts of the Americas,

Atlas Gardens,-The Alligator

r arm, Jttax. nactpt Distributor,

ranama auio ana u.e Auto Uano

Tickets can be purchased front

any wavy wire 'Club member or
call Mrs. Thelma Terrell (Navy

Catholic Daughtrs
Rummage Sal '. .-,;
Tomerrow
Court No. 874, Catholic Daugh Daugh-ers
ers Daugh-ers of America, will hold a rum rummage
mage rummage sale starling at 9 a.m.: The
tale will be held at the Father

turns' Memorial next, to St.- Jo

seph's Church.

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is sweet and fresh
as a daisy
months and months
' after it's bottled

at otir dairy,
No other cream cream-keeps
keeps cream-keeps like
AVOSET
because no, other 4
.cream is sterilized
likeAVOSET.

Besidesjt whips fast,,
stays whipped,'
is always healthful,
safe and delicious.

AVOSET

sterilized
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FOR HOLIDAY : PARTIES A striking red faille cocktail cocktail-length
length cocktail-length evening dress is. worn by Mrs. Merle Weinshelbaum s
she appeared at the recent fashion show glvei fprthe Fort
Amador Officers' Wives Club. Created by Madame de Hone,
the slim gown Is .accentuated by a large neckline bow.
(U.S. Army Photo)

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' TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UP)-A

anve nas peen launched to adopt
a newi and different -.Christmaf
tree -for Florida a palm tree,
naturally, The Federated; Carder
Clubs, and the Lake County Cham Cham-ber
ber Cham-ber of Commerce drew the sun sun-port,
port, sun-port, of Gov. LeRoy, Collins in their
move to. have the evergreen r-

placed ,by the .palm- tree. as ,a

Christmas symbol. ., v
MINK SUFFERS COMEDOWN
CHICAGO (UP ) The mink, lone
accustomed to its privileged posi

tion on cold shoi-lderst -has,-.-uf.,

. ... a '-

xereo a comeaowu. ;An exclusive

club said that its new settee will

be coverel by 17$ -prince mink
pelts. Memhors will Sit on it.

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RAT. POISONED BY ACCIDENT

KNOXVILLE: Tenn UPWA

ladv caller asked the TTnlversitv nf

lennessee poison .-renie what she
should do to save the life of a rat.
She said her ; son's pet rat had
eaten some of the.-1oison nut out

to kill his untamed relatives. ? f f

. KUHN REASSIGNED

FT. CAMPBELL. TCv fTTPL

The commander of the paratroops

i uuie xvuck, Arx., nas Deen re reassigned
assigned reassigned ro a post fn Iran. Col.
William A. Kuhn, first airborne
battle group commander, was hon honored
ored honored with a review tasfore leaving
the post. He also was commended
in a telegram from Maj. Gen. Ed
win A. Player. T

Britain's Bloodless Revolution

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BrngfelelftiiiMil ffils

LONDON. Nov. 9 -(BIS)' Ab"ottlfthe" 'time 4.year?aro,i when the Russian f otshtvlka

launched their revolution, another but ; verr dif f efent kind of revolution was already & ell under

war In Britain. .Democratically Inspired, this "Dioefl'ess" Bntisn reToiuuon nas wron;nt; wim
little fuss a tremendous chance in the Hvlns; standards of tens of millions of men, meif and-

hlldren. riu;:p-&-pWW.;fc. .V.W(?. rf ."'
r Before World War I most manual .workers" families had to limit their budgets ts fhs)

sssentlals of food, clothing, housinc and fuel, n- anrw" ,int even on these; essentials.

Even so they were
norarie outside th

. TOdav't families not nnlv enlov more

convenient and better furnished-hoimes.iV They can alw afford many more small .luxuries land

much, more travel and recreation. These change in vniily bndgets are reflected in the whelo
jatternof;;.'Britain'a.jexpenaiture..;;,y.;5; .V jfi,

is nine enangeaj n w mor jtuaii ,r t; A-iuuw.rwie PPfiin seme la

in tne eariy ius. -. javauaoie k an.

M ore signiiicant,' nowever,

most people have a ratheiv diir

d, clothing, housinr and fuel,? n nrw" ,tratt wn on inese; essentials,
ere on an averajre much better off han their grandparents and their content
thn English-speaking- ,wold4;A'ViHiiv.
millet ; not ,only enjoy' more pie ntlf ul and varied food, smarter clothes and wort

RADAR WARNING The Portsmouth (N.H.) Air Force Base

"" new mgn in auio saiety smce the installation of an
electronic warning- device. Pictograph above ; show how it
works. Radar waves are bounced back from an approaching approaching-car
car approaching-car to a control box that computes the speed at whicn the car
is traveling, if the driver is exceeding, a set speed litnit. the

stahtially more1 belriK bouirht, but

the maKe-uo is dinerent. per

head, though & less bread, r fish
and. frultV is v being eaten, more
eges. cheesei suiar, canned veee
tables and ,frult, and' potatoes

are Being consumed.

A great deal more mllrf. cof

fee and soft drinks are being

drunk, and chocolate, sweets and

ice cream ; are bought in much

greater quantities.

Again reflecting tne aunty to

spend more money, smoking has
increased.

Clothing provides additional

evidence of the change in cir

cumstances. Though compared

with 1938, the amount per head

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SOMETHING NEW1- r 1

SUNDAY,

Join the crowd "from Noon Sunday In the
cabana Club area: to'' enjoy this Informal, ''
outdoor way of dining.
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Bella Vista Room; "v'''j;-v-;
open nightly except Monday, providing
the finest in cuisine with the music of
Clarence Martin's Orchestra ' 4

for breakfast and luncheons
Balboa Bar for the best In drinks

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Coffee Shop yours round-the-clock v
, service for .drinks, snacks
and -meals 4-

ferent- wardrobe. ; The average
oualltv lslretter. there Is greater

variety, and fashionable, smart)

clothes artd, footwear artf within

the reach' of most workers. Brit-.

am is an Infinitely better-dressed.
nation. ..

More revolutionary sua are
the changes among household
poods.' Thanks' to a, combina combination
tion combination d new inventions and
more money with which to buy
them such things as television

and radio, vacuum cleaners, i

electric cookma ana nther e e-(juipment,
(juipment, e-(juipment, refrigerators and la
bor-savtno devices have be

come normal parti of millions?

of nomes arouna, one-natj
have television sets.
Equally striking' is the conti

nuingincrease in the numbers

of privately-owned "motor cars

ahd motorcycles. Since 1938 a

lone, the number Of cars has

more than doubled, while there
are now 'some three times as
many motorcycles on the jroad.
Alongside the growth in aver average
age average incomes 'there h&s been a
great advance in State-provided
services.

Red China Reported
Seeking Military

Aid From Russia

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LONDON.' Nov.' 29 (U

matte sources believed todaythat

secret talks now;, lundejwa-y in
Mo&ow forecast, a cf)se Viilitarv

facilities has opelled the door

of the higher schools, technical
colleges and universities to many
more children arid voune' nenni.

Sickness and. 'unemployment
pay,; retirement pensions v and
Widows' benefits" have brought
freedom' from wantv (Destitution
is now practicality Impossible ow owing
ing owing -to a schenj of national as assistance
sistance assistance to mfct urgent finan financial
cial financial needs).' If I ) f
In addltionjmlllions cf em employes
ployes employes a.re infoensioh schemes
run by thelrlAnploytts. 4.
. How has tnii greafcsocial revo revolution
lution revolution comeaoouf? mtt& of, all
by an IncreJJe lnt wealth based
on enterprls ei technlcaliprogress
and hard worlc. $ .4
Industrial Drodurtlort ha. ai.

most doubled slnc 1930 and tre trebled;
bled; trebled; since tsoes In spite of th
shock of two world wafs. v..
A vast ekport trade lrt t engi engineering
neering engineering goods has been built up
in the fade of intense foreign
competition. J -f-

Some fof;thts, additional
wealth' foes: into increased in in-vestnient
vestnient in-vestnient to i raise Brit&nr& pro pro-ductfvet
ductfvet pro-ductfvet mmcitv. ibiit .om

helph foffaisthS imthedtate

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liskbution of

the Soviet Uniofi

A high-wpoered Comniunist .Chi

nese militsry mission-which ar arrived
rived arrived in Moscow for .the recent

October revolution anniversary

celebrations staved .behind for

talks with Soviet leaders after

Red Chinese leader Mao Tse-Tung;

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DiDlomatic dispatches f eported

Red Chins was seeking niore mil

itary assistance wra ;, ,Kussiai

wnicn in turn apparently wants

closer defense alignment with

Peipingv.,, .J

The Chinese mission is headed

by Defense. Miiflstert Marshal

Peng Teh-Huai.-.It ancludes senior

uenerai su YU. cmex 01 the gen

era! staff: Gen. Tan Cheng, di

rector of the Ar-ntp't political de department';
partment'; department'; an4 other senior anil

:itary: officers. Vs? ; a t-i

1 Yesterday, this group 'conferred

With Soviet Communist Party boss

Nikolai Bulganin,! Previously,, they
had conferred for about two

Weeks with Soviet Defense author'

ities. 1 -.

t Significantly; the announcement

of the meeting between the Red
Chinese military mission and the
Soviet leaders yesterday was the
first mention of the highly-secret

-talks. 1.1 ;-; -v if

But diplomatic sources said Red

China was understood to be anx

ious to secure ,more modern weap

ons from Kussia, Us cnief arms

supplier.
There have, teen some su cites

tions that Russli desires to Unread
its military potential into China.

beyond the reloh of enemy, bomb

ers and rockets in the event of a

war Involving the ; Soviet but not

Red China, .rnese suggestions.

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Again the1 4

wealth t ha becomV mor ittn

Atthi f beginning f, the century

uJsuea manual workers were
mucftjpoorer than now while the
mldflle classes wee probably bet bet-terlbff.
terlbff. bet-terlbff. Thev BVfed .in hiteer

hofess and often f had, two or
iHfiey servants. Sf'i -

aince jtnen protective legisla legisla-n
n legisla-n and the pressure of strong
d independent trade unions

ave forced up wages,, especially

vnan me, increase m salaries

however. arestiU unconfirmed.

The best Available information

here at present is that the cur

rent Moscow (talks were of great

significance nd mipht indicate
hiore important developments in

the Moscow-Peiping alliance.

I TICKLISH SITUATION
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FORT wXyNE. Ind.f(UP)- A

triggered '' burglar alarm -caused

five moto.'cyele policemen to con converge
verge converge on the county treasurer's
office. An embarrassed janitor ex

plained he set off the alxrm when
he milled a Venetian' blind too

hard. r

professional earnings and lnvet-

ment incomes. 1
The purchasing power of-thi
manual workers' average week weekly
ly weekly earnings has gone up at

least 60 per, cent in, the last 30
years. Heavier and more pro progressive
gressive progressive direct taxes income
lax, surtax and death duties
have also been great levellers,
, while t hi. money raised by tax-
is has ''teen spent in social
; services, which benefit every
. ofte-bitt especially the vlest-
well-off., v . ;
Notably, too, it has been ac accomplished
complished accomplished by leaving the great-
er part of industry to free en- i
terprlse -i public ownership In1
Britain is limited to the fuel.

power and transport industries.
Finally, there has been 310 less
of the Jealously guarded freedom

of the individual to work and

live as he wishes.-

(v In fact, so far as the rights of

workers are concerned, the trade
unions have never before been

so strong: and able to voice their
view.

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Dumps Sack Look?

For Supple Line

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LONDON, Nov. 29 VP The

fashion house of christian Dior I

sacked the sack look today for a

line of clothes that defied any

label. ---V ;

The first London showing since

Dior died last month proved the I
point that his high v fashion

se would continue in his tra-

dltlon. : v s t

But there was a complete ab-

sence of the fashion bombshells J
such as his "new look" of 1947

and the pencil-slim "sack look" ;
of last season v-:

Instead, there was a supple, t

movint line In a variety of sll-i

houettea. Most of the dresses and j
coats and even the straleht.

casually-fitted suits were those

that would stand the test of
many seasons. v 5

au of the creations were de-i

signed or supervised by) Dior be-J
fore his death.. So ft Still re-
mains to be seen whether 'Yves

Mathleu Saint-Laurent si.: his I

successor, will be able to fill the
shoes of Ills late master.' -f i f
The youthful heir to the Dior J
throne has until -. Christmas to
produce some 400 sketches that i

wui form the basis tor the -1968 1
spring Paris collection.
The most striking features of
today's Dior showing aside .;
from its Overall elegance were
bloused, back, the j'blouson'' 1
line, a low-slung hip-tine, and a
variety- of collars and cowls that f
emphasized vthe neckline. i
Bows were everywhere: at the'
shoulder, bodice, hips and hem- -line.
They were used as accents
for the -straight rigid shoulder-
to-hem silhouette and to give f

movement to the sweeping dia-;
gol lin. -'

Most of the suiU we r.e-

tralght but supple in line, and

wivnout cmpnasis at the waists

a carry-over from the sack

Skirt lengths -were mld-ealf. I

wools and worsteds and many fl l
varieties of checks. X'

Many.collarless suits In soft V
blues and grays were given ae v

cessorles of brleht oranee. Oth-

erwise. all sha-s of b'us. arrays

and beige predominated.



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Drilling Record (
Set In Boring
Tunnel In Utah
BINGHAM. Utah(UP) Crews
foot cponhg the hard, abrasive
quartzita and hauled out 27,009
cubic yards of rock.' At the same
time other workmen brought in
3,300 cubic yards of concrete1 to
support the roof and sides. At the the-end
end the-end of the month 960 feet of tba
tunnel had been covered with a
Vant to be Queen of the Cops?
MlTm CanAl'Zone i fillce Association : la sponsoring ft CZ Po Ponce
nce Ponce Queen, contest la connection with -the Annual Policemen'
Ball which la scheduled lor March 7, 1958, at a location to ba
announced later.'':' .....r,".',;j?.,-.,j;v.W'. ,j' -,. j,'t
-t This la th third year such a contest has been sponsored by
the PoUcefAssoclatlon. X ..liL l:.::; ,.1
from the Utah Construction Com Companybuilding
panybuilding Companybuilding a tunnel' to speed
up ore haulage at the Bingham
Open Pit Copper Mine set a new
16-inch concrete costing. ,,
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The $12,000,000 project, to b!
completed in June, 1959 will b
18.000 feet long. It will be used t
th pouce Association. ;
Sunday, Dec. 8. ia the deadline for entries and eat
must be postmarked-not, later than Dec. 8. ;
roUo wing la the" entry blank which ahould be All
cbhtestanU:.iA';'''''".'!j vt, : ," t v ; Vs"
Sunday, Dec. e, is me aeacuuiQ ior cnurica uno vaujr diu
drilling record recently when they
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Dorea 1,080 feet in 24 working
days.
haul ore from the bottom of the
mine through the Oqulrrh Moui
filled out by
tains west of here.
The crews hewed out a 21 x 25-
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AMONG Ti0SE PRESENT tu-"Vice President5 mcardMW

' he opened-' We door of the- new B'nar Brtth; Building during
', dedication Ssremonles In Washington, D.C. -Nixon was the
. Spain "speaker at the dedication of the structure which will ;
I house i the fjranklln D. Roosevelt Tour' Freedoms Library,,

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Bf MAURICE LATEY

LONDON, Nov. 29 BIS)The
Moscow. Youtlt reitlval wu
5 amble- caltulated run ana
oubtlen the officials concern concerned,
ed, concerned, the propagandists, the Com Com-aomol
aomol Com-aomol leaden and the Security

Police, are still, busy calculating

whetner tne iisk wae worm
while. : ?,- "W. 'Vr'
For the outside' world; relying
on the frsgmentary reporta of
the returning visitors ana the
distorted version given In the

Soviet : press, the calculation

must be tentative, even so long
after the event. J
The Festival was part of the
determined attempt which the
Soviet Union Is making to
break; out of the Isolation 1m-
Sosed. by the suppression of
tungary.To 'that end no ex expense
pense expense was spared.
The visitors from Britain, for
example, spent a fortnight in
Moscow with aU fares1, paid for
1130 ner head and presumably

the delegations" from further a-

field were even more heavily
subsidized. ij.V l :x

It must have cost tne soviet

taxpayer a good many hundred
million roubles for the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment in Moscow Itself, was

lavish..

The purpose! of all this was
not, of course, to preach to the
converted, Although there was
the usual corps of well-drilled
Communists, some of the dele delegations,
gations, delegations, like the .British, in included
cluded included many l 1 n d e pendent
young people who went to see.
The Communists could proba

bly be relied upon to receive .all

tnat was placed Deiore tnem
with uncritical enthusiasm and
to blacken their own countries
to the greater glory of the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union. 1

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was different and they may

have run into thousands. What

was their Impact on Moscow and

Moscow's impact on them?

The reports of the returning
travellers suggest that they were
impressed by th lavish hospi hospitality
tality hospitality but many t r them saw be behind
hind behind the facade t the appalling

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housing; situation in Moscow.
They were impressed by the
obvious friendliness and lonf
ing for peace among the So Soviet
viet Soviet people, bit not Impressed
by tbe official propaganda
: representing the Communist
Governments as the only peace
lovers and their opponents as
wicked imperialists and eo eo-loniaiists.
loniaiists. eo-loniaiists. .

These were x the main themes
of the tof f iclal seminars or dis discussion
cussion discussion groups but even in .these

there were some opposing vole
es.- xvx:'''.r--';

In a discussion on the "United

Nations in which of course Brit'

aln, France and the United
States were accused of, aggress

ive Denavion an English under

graduate raised the issue of

Hungary although of course his
argument -is not reported in the

soviet press, f : :- i. :

bry c icaru iiura vy ruiian press
at in the economic seminar a

youne Englishman was drowned

with laughter when he argued

that introduction of Commu

nism into Britain would mean
the end of British democracy."
a W e learn too that British
anfl French students tried to
i correct tbe distorted picture Of
colonialism, but what they said
' was not reported in the Com Com-:
: Com-: rnwf jres,' ,: V. a.
The Poles were particularly
outspoken in their criticism of
the soviet line on the arts and
literature and there was com comment
ment comment in the literary seminar on
the absence of all the Soviet
writers-j-such as Dudlntsev the
author of "Not by Bread Alone"

who have recently been attack-1

ed for lltertry deviation, r
However the most lively dis discussions
cussions discussions took place .' in private
conversation.
Speech was reasonably free,
although some Russian Stu Students
dents Students were afraid to visit the
delegates in their rooms and
others reported that many stu students
dents students had been deported re recently
cently recently for their views on Hun Hungary
gary Hungary and some had been put
out of the way for the dura duration
tion duration of the Festival.
In general, people were ar ardently
dently ardently interested in the outside
world but very ill-informed about
it. ,
' They were not surprised ti)
learn taht foreigners enjoyed a
higher standard of living but
could' scarcely believe that .Ne .Negroes
groes .Negroes were not regularly lynched
and strikers were not shot down
!n the street.
These conversations must have
increased the existing doubts a a-bouts
bouts a-bouts the official version of the
Hungarian rising. f
One Russian girl, when she
became convinced that Soviet
soldier had actually shot down
' Hungarian workers, broke
down in tears.
What, then, is the balance
sheet?
On the one hand it may be as assumed
sumed assumed that' certain Asians and
Africans were impressed by the
anti-colonialist .propaganda.
On the other hand the doubts
sawn' in private "conversation can
have affected only, a, very limit limited
ed limited number of' Soviet citizens.
: ;But .the; sight: of )soJ.many for-:
eleners mlxinir fretlv mav well

have" Shttroenetl' the desire which,

according, to all accounts, most

Russians share to break out qr

their isolation and make vconr
tact with the outside world.

We shall perhaps be able to
Judge the official Soviet, view of

the success, of tne youtn res
val by how far the Soviet OoV'
ernment is willing to go in istls
fying this appetite for freer con.
tacts. '. jj

NEWS wpy'

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Balboa Girl Scoutt

At Parniao '.' : ,.
A representative croun of In

ternational oirl Scouu headed

oy i Mrs. f Xullita f McFarquhar,

president, ana Mrs. una U. Gen Gen-ore,
ore, Gen-ore, executive .director, ,were en entertained
tertained entertained at: an enj oyable pro program
gram program held In the music room of

me raraiso jfign school, on sat
urday evening. Noy, 23, by Miss

es v caroiyn com and Carrol

cirKman, or. scouts of tne Ca Canal
nal Canal Zon r ntrl firrait no

from Balboa, who represented
the Canal Zone Girl scouts
council at the Centenary World
Camp held in Canada last Au

gust, in ce,ieDration of the Cen

tenaryjf the founding of the

wuuu-wmt movement oy the

iaie wra, Baaen-Powell.

xne charming lasses showed
lantern slides giving a compre comprehensive
hensive comprehensive and COlorfUl vim nf th

"Camp" in detail with Miss Corn
as the narrator. Her explanation

vi me aay- to flay activity
throughout the camp was so viv vivid
id vivid and realistic that the listeners
were made to feel that they also
attended the camn. Miss zlrk-

man, who ran the machine, did

uie pnotograpoic WOK, it was
rerjOrted. Th nnwnm t-rtH

wun miss Ann Miner. Rr. scout

of the international Girl Scouts

rrom tne Atianue District, who
represented the International

am scouts Cow ell at the Caba

na, held In Mexico earlier this

year, giving descriptive account

v bile vx. v :
At the close of the program
the young1, ladies were thanked

for a delightful Job well done
and. In token of annreclatlon

tney were aaomed with souven

irs by the Paralso girls. Miss

Miller was also thanked and Ore

sen ted with, a, souvenir for -her

excellent wort in behalf of the

International Oirl Scout organi

zation, miss Maoer-Mcrarquhar
was chairman.

AH I THERE YOU ARK
CHICAGO (UP) A nair of sue-

cialeyeglaises have helped a

netrsighted dalmatiaa doc solve

a personal problem. Anacha.

owned by Mr. and Mr, n.inh

Davis, en now find fire hydrsnts. stated, period.

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LONDON. Nov. M (BIS) ia

the iat ju yesrs rlUiiu iias nau
to resoive sums compucataa proo proo-.tmi
.tmi proo-.tmi lu saaDiug tne uiure ot ner

emoiiiai umtoi'les. But, it would

oe uaacuit to -imagine one jner
invriguing thaaj'tnat presented tpy
jaiu.tur nera is aa isiand wiui
a iong cuitursi nlstory, inmmens"
ly uwvorvant strategically over e
centiuies, yet ciesriy'not Sbie to
stand Jalone in we woaera worlo.
' Xwo years ago the Maltese flt flt-clsrett
clsrett flt-clsrett tneir aire ior integrsUon

wita the- unitea jungaom a pro-

poiai wmca retlecteu. great t:vacui
un Britain, 'i'nere could hardly

Have oen a more oewsive repiy

to tne more vocuerous criuci o

'Brmsh imperiausm.V '
f Yer, wim i the will in
the world, it ha not been easy
to work out means, ef Integra
tien ciceptabie to both tne ivia
tat ana rfh Sritlsh Oevern.
menta. ;-r,r.,-.
ine integration plan endorsed by
the Malta riouna-iaoie towarent

in December: WSS envisaged send

ing tnree represematiwa irom
Maitf to Westminster: (Pru.
manti. a new coutCilion lor Mal

ta giving her Legislature control

of ail matters except ueiense ano
ioreign attain, and new long term
iinanciat arrangements. Urns was
debated by the House ut Commons

eariy in a.f . . (
Since then negotiation! hive

gone on itn varying success, 'ine
latest series oi taia.1, wnich eno eno-ed
ed eno-ed in Lonaon on iNov. I, luby cov
ered the constitutional aspects. At
earlier talks had dealt with econo

mic aspects; two delegations were

lett in a position to put ui iuuy
worked-out proposals to their Gov
ernments and it was officially an

nounced that a Government White
Paper later be issued.1.

Economic problems have prov

ed most diiftcult. In earlier discus discussions
sions discussions Jdr, JuintonY the Prime min minister,
ister, minister, "was emphatic r that his peo

ple should be guar anted, 'acoho
mic,;quivaleAe
raising tre economy .until it eould

be fully integrated with that of
Britain. While the British Govern Government
ment Government accepted this as an ultimate
llm. it could not agree to the pro

posal that equivalence should be
guaranteed or attained 'within a

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,'ANNIE OAKLEY Mary Mar-
tin gives us a peek at nerseli in
ithe role of the feminine sharp-,
'shooter, She's been playing in
!a revival of ."Annie Get YoW
Gun" on the west coast, and
will appear on the TV screen in
November when NBC presents
the show as a speciaculsr.

t -!f,k .

iecent events have further
semelUatae the whela'tcenemle!
aipest. Britain herielf bat been
fersed te take emeraency ma
sures te strengthen the nevnd;
and the-hard. facts of the nu
f clear age have chsnied Maht'a!
defense, rele. This letter fact fact-has
has fact-has drawn urgent attention to',
the future ef Malta iDeekyard.
Talks which heve ifast. sleted
'severed very etreng epresentaw

tient inift ay the Maltese

ernment an the fwhtre e f Nan.

Dockyard. But no Jeeislen haa
so .tl.r keen''reahe .vi'tw.-w: ..qf
Se many Maltese' depend on th
Dockyard for their livelihood thai
its fate is ef vital Importance to
their whole economy. And what what-ever
ever what-ever the final decision -may be,
there already exists an urgent
need for diversifiealien of the eco economy.
nomy. economy. Emigration hs, helped in
some degree butwtporti must also,
be made to prombte industriaUis;
tion,; (.; !wt4A-.;ji;y,''4
Te this end an industrial "advi "advisory
sory "advisory committed his, been set up
by. the Malteser Government wit
British support," to encourage ee
tsblishlng newttinduatries and ft
promote tourism. Lord Hives ia
the chairman and the othtf mem
bers of the committee are Sif
George Dowtn Sir George chua
ter and Thomas Brad.' f .,
Much will depend on the tuccesf
achieved bythe committee be because
cause because the key to the whole situs
tion is to ulW up a stable and
diversified economy in Malta itr
TRIfLI DIAD MIAT
WISTBURY, N.Y (UPWThe

first triple (dead-het t for first
plsce Jn-New York harness racing
history occurred Wednesday night
at Koosevelt Raceway. Three pact
ers-iflaxey Dream, Navy '. long

and Great Knignt-nit ine. wire i i-eather
eather i-eather in the ninth raee. Flatey.

DreaWffpaid tt.W eta win,s Navy
Songteturned $7.10 and G r e a t.
Knight pald,$S.60. It 'wasonlythe
third triple dead-heat or first
place: in harness- racing history.
Similar finishes -ware registered at
Freehold. N.J.. 'Raceway in ,1952
and Buff ate. N.Y.. Baeeway in

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ANNOUNCES THE PREVIEW

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;:i HEW YORK (NEA) -In this era,
when t is fashionable to, criticue
Ameritaa popular musle,; It I near
tenini to fcear wharthe.ITeatest
eongwrlter ef thorn all, Irvfnt-M"

i. think i.marl an writer! art

writing tho eat popular music--

because unpopular, au. ovw
world." ;' f ''' v.
r Hhia la BeWln, on the eve of the
celebration ot hie oth hu vmii-
ionritr. It wae in MOT

that M wrote this flt1ni-"Ma
rie Tron Sunny Italy." Now, this

year, hii total includes mora tnan
1,000 sonu, oft whlch 400 or ao
hva been hitai. and aom -TS art
considered standards, t'4 .-javi;
iTo gnallMn'lr ialfcentury
Of melodic achievement,1 record
companies and artlata will put out
Berlin album. Some have already
come out. Among the performeri
who'U do Stem art tltly Itkttlnt,:
Par taw', and Sarah Vauihan.
And there'll U TV 'shows-, too
("Annie Get Your un' i one)
nd other whopdedoo, Ha deserves
ovary whoop.'" ;
, v ,, a.,,. ".

Nick YoW-wantt it known

people td" forget that he's Pat Be Be-that
that Be-that he's Nick' Todd. He'd like
m i kid brother and well, it's
tho same old, -sad story.
: Here'a ii jood locking boy grow growing
ing growing up and wanting to. sing.: And
ho has a nice volet. And pltaa
int personality. But how can he
bt judged as himself when every everyone
one everyone alwaya whlperi, "That a Pat

Beont'f c-rotner. tnat ooy ia. ;

One envious tmni uwean ao ie
change hia name, Nick did he
turned tho name f o Mr record
label, Dot, backward! and added
a P itx epellinf purposes r
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i That accomplished; he set' out to
prove himself vWith his voice. So
far, be' aeems tsuccessfufc inv thu
Endeavor. His Dot rteordj ''Play ''Plaything"
thing" ''Plaything" enoV'Honey Song, baa een
a twd-aided hit Hia TV ,appear ,appear-ncti
ncti ,appear-ncti have been' successful. He. has
Contracts' for more.. ; v1
From hero on an he'll hav, to

enough to admit that All relation relation-ahip
ahip relation-ahip with- Pat helped atthe atat.
. ''Naturally, it has opsnod up ?a
lot of doors for mo." he says., But

jia'A also honest with hjmitlf. add-J
ing, "If I can't bo known aa NickT

Todd instaaa ot en .oono',oro .oono',oro-thr,
thr, .oono',oro-thr, there is.no reason for me
being ia show business."
; So he figures to give himself a
J oar or two.' If, by then, ho; thinks
e's just being heard, and paid as
"a curiosity item," he'll quit
His fana ; think tha ohances of
that happtnjnr ,att exceedingly
lim. i i f.V
; A now roaorol company is not

news, nut Candle Records is. It i
starting -out' with throe albums,
telling tho significance of 10 holy
elays ia each of the three major
rcugiona.' Each of the albums, for
the Catholic, Protestant and Jewish
faiths, will have origianal 'aongs
and spoken material. Ray Middle Middle-ton
ton Middle-ton doea tho singing and marrt-
NG. WITH HlwirJ OriaW th

'Voio of, I'irtitontJ conductoh-

Irvint Btrli NlekToM

acting ii musical ind choral dlrtc
tor. '1 t

DICK'S PICKIi If Christmas aong

appear, can mistletoe be far be

hind, there art two food new

Christmas songs lint Crosby a
."How lovely Ia Christmas'.' (Kapp)

ana Kenny sowers' "weacn lor

tho v Wafter, ; santa' (Columbia )
Others: "Rocket to the moon'

(Tony Perkina, RCA);;"Buia Bun
Bum's' (Rusty Dreper. .Mercury ):

"Never Co Way" fGlsolo MaeKen MaeKen-slo;
slo; MaeKen-slo; RCAh "How Many" (Bill Hal
and Hla Comets, deuce): -'The
Prettiest Girl in School"' (The To

oa, Xapp); "Thia la My Lucky
Day" 6uv Pastor. Roulette): "B

My .Only love"-(Tho Citw-Cnte,
mercury) f JohAny's Dream," ( G.
I .Crest, RCA); "Street Bcene 5"

I l-OM UBMCapKOl)f'i: t 'i
''West Side fitory" (eolumbiaVis

the (first original cast album, .to
come from the Broadway season.
And it's fine music,, exciting and
thrilling and electric No great pop
hits, but durable, ilorv. itorv-tallin

PattFrom Hollywood comes the sound
; track of ,'rLei Girlj,"r with Gen

Keiiy, Kay Kendall and Mltil Gay.

nor,; which la happier, more me melodic
lodic melodic but not as welting. It'i n
mgm.

good recent claisiCal albums of

chamber music on RCA,, the Juil.
U rd String quarters has , two

aiQuma, piayim two Haydn ouar

teti on one and two Mozart ouar

ten on the other; an Angel, the

Amaasus Quartet plays Moiart'a
String Quartet in C-Major; .on

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, reichstejn, located iaT tho town
ot the aame, name.? forms the)
central 4eainr ti IbUt'7 ntv
Austrian 10-a h 1 1 1 a fstamp.
Greenish-blue, in color, thof

tampi is pejof a mew series

epicung icenee y Austria.'

In zin Islands

LONDON (UP) Britain-p'ans

aiant new air base in tne Mai

diva Islands in the Indian Ocean

tA..mnri the breach in her vita

air defense communications with

the Far Eaat.
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Tha new, base will establish an

Important -staging point In Brit Britain'!
ain'! Britain'! strategic air chain to Aus:
tralla, New Zealand and her Far

Eaat territories, rreeini ner irom

dependener- on fast disappearing
facilities in India and Ceylon.

Work on : tho1 impbrtant : project
la exoectad to begin almost im

mediately. : Tho cost, la estimated
at aomt $5,600,000. p-

The Maldlvo' bate .will enable

British olanes to fly from the Mid

dle East to the Far. .Eaat without
passing over or refuelling in, any

other country, ofilciala emphasis-

00, A i ) 'j

The Government made the de

clsion toXistabhsh the base earlier

this yean, after tne fauure of uie

Ane-lo-French Sues intervention

and after Ceylon had called for

termination of British bases there.
By agreement with the Maldi Maldi-vian
vian Maldi-vian government, Britain decided
to develop and operate an airfield
in 'Addu toll which Britiah and
American plana used during
World Wit lfc :'f.
Work ia to ao at ton speed, and

the bast may become operational

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Unimpressed with modern light-

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lampa, ;?.?-:

r!larftee Milll. auoorintendent

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couple yaari rthort have b a n
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r areneration. according to Mills-

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TOT PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT' DAILY NEWSPAPER
''i FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29,' 1951
PAGE TWELVE
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' by Erskint. Johnson Hl I

HOLLYWOOD (NEA- Holly

" wodd on TV: The big "OK Rating

Fight at the TV Corral" among
' aU those' western heroes this sea sea-.'''.
.'''. sea-.'''. son is a. saddle-cinch to revive
a t Question dear to the hearts
of small boys and press agents
'' who5 has the fastest gun draw
' Si today I'm beating all those
' press agents to the draw with
gome appropriate quotes from the
new home-screen cowpokes.
Afcked if he can outdraw Hugh
Wja(t Earp) O'Brian, the star
i of NBC's new "Wagon Tram" se se-!
! se-! riei teob Horton. grinned:
', "In. front of the cameras may-

v. Ihi.t t thp hank NO!"

t Jtkht Pnvne. debuting in the

TUstless Gun" series, says he is
reconciled to having the "second
' fasfesjt fun draw of any cowboy
on JTV because I know of at least
evfnl actors who claim the first

titli'l

ucnnri thnueht. I'm sure

this will be the season fast-drawing'
western stars will be worried
about the answer to a more vital

question the auestion of whose
sponsor will WITHDRAW from
TVj after 13 weeks.
I
ART LINKLETTER is stepping
outs of his MC role for another
straight acting job in a forthcom forthcoming!
ing! forthcoming! GE Theater telefilm, "Kid at
the! Stick." Art will play a washed washed-out!
out! washed-out! Aw who grabgs a control
tower mike and safely talks down
annll-year-old boy, forced to
take over the controls of a pri private
vate private plane when his father be becomes
comes becomes seriously ill...Groucho Marx
meets Groucho Marx. If the idea
jells, host Groucho will interview
contestant Groucho via the old
SDlit-screen trick.. .Elvis Presley's
TV asking price has zoomed to
$75,000.
Not on the Teleprompter: Roy
Huggins, producer of the new

'fUjr- :!' .

mavciicK western senei nn

ABt. lV Ssunday nights: "Our

western is so adult we reallv

should be filming It in New

York."
THIS IS TV. Mrs. Jonas: Ov.r

neara: Why, I saw a western
on TV last night so old that John

Wayne lost a fight."

There's a family life television
series on the plotting boards for

yrna Loy, the screen's onetime

"perfect wife." Talk is about

filming the show in New York
instead of In Hollywood, Where
Myrna just starred in a dramatic
telefilm, "Love Came Late."
"Retired" say the perky perky-nosed,
nosed, perky-nosed, still freckled Myrna. "Why.
I'm not even tired. I don't get
to Hollywood very often, though,
because my husbaud (Howland
Sargeant) works in New York
and Washington." He's president

of the American Committee for
Liberation, a projec, to bring bet better
ter better understanding between Amer American
ican American and Russian peoples. Mayr-

na s been his perfect wife since

1951,

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STIFF DRINK-Thu mechaai-l,
cat man at. New York' Rocke-i
feller Center takes a gulp of a,
really stiff drink.. The pretty,
spectator admires the- "manly"
way he, gulps doWh;',;(antjii-;
uous supply fit corrosive aiid.
He has i.iirtoderiar equivaledt'f
the piowerbial woodea leg", as!
the. acid A flows into 4hiil ;pipei
limb aod' back to .tpi bqttle.;
"Man," part .of a rubber, com company
pany company exhibit, is made of corto-sion-reiiistant
blend of plastic
and rubber.

LAWRENCE WELK is starting

his seventh year playing week

end dance music at the Aragon
Ballroom here. It's said to 'be a
record for any via me band at any
ballroom in the U. S.... Show I'll
miss: Spike Jones, who lost his
sponsor and his CBS TV time

spot. Ratings were climbing, too

Sweet 16 Sherry Jackson, who

plays Danny Thomas' TV daugh

ter, will star in another movie.

She made her big screen debut
recently with (Betty Hutton in

Come Next Spring."

Daily sight on the "Have Gun
Will Travel" set: Richard Boone
having his hair curled before play playing
ing playing the role of "Paladin," a dead deadly
ly deadly gunman who's also a dandy,

in the new-CBS .series

DEAN MARTIN and Jerry
Lewis are slated for the same
NBC TV spectacular Nov. 17,
but not as a team. The network
says they will have "separate ac
but I'm wonderiiig, what'the odds

will be on Jerry "crashing" Dean's

routihe... A new, novel "Lootviller"

is said to be a lightly disguised
portrait of a certain TV comedian
...Biggest eyebrow lifted yet in

the rush, to western on TV: ifow-

ard Eastham, who sang the Ezio

Pinza role in the "South; Pacific""

road company, pops up Oct 16

on ABC-TV a a crusading west

em newspaper editor in "Tomb

stone Territory,," a series about
famed Boot Hill characters. There

will be no warbling at. all for the

onetime "Some Enchanted Even Evening"
ing" Evening" hero;

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s PRESENTS t

Todar, Friday, Nor. M.-,'
P.M. ''m

4:00 Feature KevltW.

4:30 What's YoUf Favorite (re

quests taken by phone

tui 3:00) k :
fi: 30 News ;1 :

s:35-f-What's YdUr f a 0 11 1 1

(cont'd) fl
8:00 Musical Interlude
8:15 Sports '1
, REVIEW Ipabit Beer)
6:30 Your Dancing Party

7:00 Thirty-Minute Theatei

(BBC)
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
$:00 Music By Roth
8:30 Hancock's Half Hour

1:00 You Asked For It (re

quests taken by phone

i uu 7:30)

10:30 Calling All Forces
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.

Tomorrow, Saturday, 4foY. 30

6:00 Sien On U Alarm Clock

. Club (requests taken

toy phone till 7:00)
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Hour of St. Francis
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News.
9:15 The Christophers
9:30 As I See It

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10:05 Spins An Needles (re

quests xajsen by pnont

.WI 8:30) ,:4'

11:00 News ,1

11:05 spins And Needles

(cont'd) r

11:30 BBC Jazz flub
12:00 News i

12: 05-JE,uncheon; Music
12:30 New Tune Time

1:00 News
1:15 Serenade In Blue

1:30 Wayne Kins; Serenade
2:00 Les Brown Show
2:15 Rhythm And Reason

2:30 Paris Star Time

3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday

4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re

quests taken by phone

uu 3: 00)
5:30 News

8:35 What's Your Favorite

(cont'd)
6:00 Quest Star

6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself
7 : 00 Much-Binding
7:30 VOA Report from U.S.
8:00-Saturday Night Dancinf
Party
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama 10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
taken by phone through

out program) f
1:00 a.m. Sunday sign Off.

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EYE ON FUTURCProperly
equipped with a "Sputnik Spot-
'tec ap:r-iiVd4r!f p;

S-year-ow BarDara, aauro oi
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in case any old satellite. tomea

' her way.. By the time Barbara

grows up, experts predict space
travel will be old stuff, to her.

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CANDIDATE rEdmna d.O.

,(Pat Brown, attorney general

Ai California, 'announced' in'Loa

Angeles that hevwill seelc tb
Democratic nomination for gov governor
ernor governor of the itate. On. the Re Republican.,
publican., Republican., side, Sen.t (William
JCnoWlend has already, declared
himself in the race against in incumbent
cumbent incumbent Gov. Goodwin" Knight

,lor the-1958 GOP, nomination

GLADSTONE E. CAMERON. Tight., warehouse, foreman at the Fort 'Qullcfc" commissary, we-

sents a 500-Hour Club. certificate to Lewis, smith, center, of the commissary.' sales store, in
recent ceremony at Fort Gulick. -Capt., R. M. Barber, left, Fort'Gulick commissary officer,
looks onf Smith accumulated 500 hours of, sick -leave. He lives 'in Colon. WS. Aratr Carlb- ..'
bean Quartermaster employes-who work on'the Pacific side who also received 500-hour fClub-.
certificates ;are Clinton. .Ramsey, Cfcrald -Cousin, Egbert Si B
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Whitfield A. Husband and Luthel; S. Parker, t All live in Panama City. ; (1S.& Army Photo)

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"The. New Class", by MHoVan
DJilas is an important and mov moving
ing moving book, not so much because

of what it says as because of the

man who wrote it and tne cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances in which it was writ

ten.- Other Communists even

holders of high office have de

nounced the methods and prac

tice of their opponents or pre
decessofs.

Trotsky when he fled from the

Soviet union denounced aiaim

for distorting Communism; pres
ident Tito also denounced Sta

linism' as a.,betrayal of Commu

nism; and even Khrusncnev nas
condemned Stalin's oersonal in-

kluence on the xlevelopment of

Communism. And of course tne
Soviet leaders have for years ac accused
cused accused Tito : and before him Trot-

skv. Bukharin. Kamenev. zmov-

lev and many other Communist

leaders are betraying commu communism.
nism. communism. ?Vf':'
Buf DjQai is the first im
. vortant Communist leader v?ho
has held high office to recog recognize
nize recognize and publicly state that
the defects and abuses of the

Communist system spring nvi
from individual wickedness or
error ,.biit from7 the principles
on which the system is found founded.
ed. founded. :

Most of his criticisms of the

system have been stated many

times Derore nut never Dy a,
Communist leader who played a

great -part in setting up a Com Communist
munist Communist state. In that DJilas is

unique. With Tito, Kardeij ano
Rankovia he emerged after the

war as one of the lour outsiano
inc f itrure nf the Jugoslav Com

munist -Party. He had worked

with Tito both in the Commu

nlst underground before the war

and in the national nnerauon

struggle during the war and was

a close personal inena. Aiier ine
Cominf orm split he was one of
the main, objects of Soviet attack

ana controlled .me Jugoslav pru pru-Daeanda
Daeanda pru-Daeanda counter attack. He

knows therefore what he is talk

ine about.'" For the last three

years however, he ha shown
signs of highly. "individual, and
unorthodox opinion .and has
called for the setting-up of an

opposition party m Jugoslavia.
Last November he was arrest'

ed for expressing such views in

articles fox the foreign press, bui
before his arrest he had written
and" hidden the manuscript of
this book and from orison he has

riven instructions for its nubli

cation' whatever, it might mean

to him; Doubtless it is only be

cause the Jugoslav system is a

somewhat special form jyt -Com

munism and President Tito is a

Communist leader with a differ

ence that DJilas has lived to tell
his tale: also because of the arte

rial character of President Tito
ht'may" expect vto survive .his

audacity. But it 1 certainly- the
act of a brave, man and an 'ideal 'ideal-Ut."
Ut." 'ideal-Ut." -v.. v.. i -Jv
-' For A is criticism strikes at
fA root of any Communist
$t8Um.'The Communist re vo volution,
lution, volution, he points out,. is con con-iutted
iutted con-iutted to do atoay with classes
but.tn, fact sets p new rul ruling
ing ruling class -with more complete
authority than rnjr before it
The new doss Ao n exclusive
right to distribute the national
income to fix wages, to direct

economic development and to
dispose of property.
Lenin storied the oiahizatioh
of the new class Without, realize
ing it when he established ; the
unique and leading roler of the
Bolshevik.party. Stalin establish established
ed established It by the most bartjaric,
means. His, successors have con

tinued to maintain its authority

while denouncing Stalin's meth

od because they hurt good
Communists.

DJilas goes on to point out that

the thirst for power is msauaDie
and irresistible among Commu

nists and that a special type of

corruption is caused by the fact
that the Kovernment is iff the

hands of a single political group
which is the source of all privileges.-
"The truoCommunists."

he says, "is a jn,it9f, faatic

ana unresiramea -power nuiuci

. Communist regimes, are a

form of latent civil war between
the government and the peo

ple." ';V

There can be no rule of law

under rnmmunlsm and no inde

oendent iudiclary because that

would maKe it possime ior swi

opposition to appear. The work worker
er worker must sell his labor under- the,
worst conditions since he Is un unable
able unable to seek another better em employer
ployer employer and Is unable to strike,
The communist planned ;econo ;econo-my
my ;econo-my is perhaps the most wasteful
economy in history because a a-bove
bove a-bove all of the "slow unproduc unproductive
tive unproductive work" 'of uplnterested mil millions."

crete rafts 'conatnicted, in them 'underwent ah intensive course of

and work gdei drf 'inlght and (instruction and testing to insur

day.. .Already a labor force of

looo is engaged on the site, and
it will rise to a peak of 2500 men.'

i The biggest single ear th-mov
ing operation has been the dig

ging at a,: trench, over 40 feet

deep and 650 feet long : for the
turbine hall. Nearby mechanical
shovels have scooped out more

tnan- 15D.U00 cumc yaros or rocs
and earth to form the pits for

the reactors: All the spoil from

tne tnree great excavations and

over 250,000 tons of quarry flu

specially Drought sio the site,

have been spreadito rals! the

general level b someiten feet so

that it will be above the level of
the highest, tide, i

that he was ''up to theIgorous

standards required ?fori Class 1
site welding of plAtes t)f this
thickness; and the team Is equip equipped
ped equipped with' X-ray apparatus to ex examine
amine examine -audi welding. ... , '-,

The engineers have plreadyi
. started on the of f -shore works
of the circulating water sys-'
em Six hundred feet out iri
Jhe.-, estuary a; Wiflf ipa-ll 4.
audrter ot a mile lona will oe

'I- formed to-separate tjie wartAef

outfiowingLvater from tne coia

intake; cj wUV be m a sneez

A-wide channel 47 feet deep

is to -be dredged in -front of the

intake to insure that, despite the
34foot maximum tidal range, en

the Severn Estuany; rthere will
alwajrssbe adequate cooling, wai waiter,
ter, waiter, available. Tunnels 9 feet 6
, j j t. ki.i.

iircnes in aiaincier iur wmui ex exploratory'
ploratory' exploratory' boreholes have been

put down,: wilt connect the inr
take, structure with the pump

house to be constructed in a 60 60-foot
foot 60-foot deep pit behind the seawall.

Close to No. 1 reactor pit. a
special councrete slab has been

laid down; and on it the. 180-jon

lower-dome of e pressure ves vessel
sel vessel of the reactor Is being weld welded
ed welded 'together from ( tthree-lnch
thick steel plates preformed and
text-assembled before being dis dispatched
patched dispatched to. Berkeley.-, ,

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This .method of cdhstructlng :
the lower dome, allows work' to
go on -simultaneously1 on its ;
foundations, and then the dome ;
wllj .'be''-moved into position by
means of a heavy bogie system

running on raU.cks, r

The- double walled -ttiermal
ShiBld'will theri', progress ahead

of rthe "In situ'f construction of : I

the pressure vessel, and the plac placing
ing placing of the concrete 4n lifts, k A
spider of 8 inches by 6 inches

steel columns at 15-foot centers
yUl hold the thermal shield

plates In position, while the pan
els- are dropped in and welded.
When the worlr pmpIim 9. height

of j feet.- a special; roof will be

lowered on to proyidle a weath- --

er-proorf heater room in which
the assembrycrew and the weld-

ers win worx. i'As the Giermal;
shield grows, the roof can be
raised. It will also be removable -for
lowering In materials for the v-
pressure Vessel: : :'fWi i
! d- similar method of welding vy
' on the site wilt be used fon the
Aeot exbhangers or boilers
which-convert the heat drawn'
from'the reactor by circulating
gas, i into tteam for the tur -bines.
fMtt are 18 bollert;; eight it it-round
round it-round each reactor. Each of
these weighs' 400 tons complete,
they are of 1 inch plate hav having
ing having a diameter of 17 feet 6 inch-

e and will stand' 70 feet high.
They are being rolled in sections
aft Wolverhampton at the -mo

ment and will be transported to

tne site. After assembly on a spe special
cial special nlatform at. fhA .tit t.hpv

will be run by trolleys Iftto posi positions
tions positions for erection. Tw post
cranes 96 feet hieh. placed at

53-foipt centers'111 lift the heat

exchangers from5 the horizontal

work

ing on the sitewas'planned to
accommodate 600 men in ceh-i

trally-heated huts with double
cubicles. These huts are fully e e-quipped
quipped e-quipped with shower? and other
washing facilities, There are al-
so single staff quarters with
built-in cupboards. Three main
kitchens will provide hot meals
for 1600 'meiMrt-one. sitting.
- There will also be games rooms
for billiards and table tennis,
and a concert hall. With 48 self-
contained bungalows for married

staff, the camp will represent a
mnl1 trram 'iirtf'H ft ohnn lQiin4rtr

post office- and hospital,

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British -Night Schools Teach Everything

From Ballroom Dancing Jo Bigeon Breeding

LONDON. Nov. 29 (BIS) Peo

pie all over Britain are enrolling

as nuaents ot evening courses.
Thev are people of all ages from

15 to more than 70; thev are stu studying;
dying; studying; an Immense variety of

subjects: ransflnsr from ballroom

dancing to Serbo-Croat, from

pigeon breeding to archive re

tii.tr.

They are paying a very modest

fee for their tuition; and those
who wish are able to combine so

clability with, study and make

mendsT while t n e y increase

knowledge and skills.

Evening courses are run by a
large number of different bod

ies, but they can be aiviaea mho

three main: categories: ;i
1. Those run by the local edu education
cation education authorltyf -iv?
1 Those run by the' Worker'
Educational f Association., a pn

ate voluntary; body;v v
" Sv Those run by the extramu extramural
ral extramural departments of the universi-
The eldest range of subjects
Is. In general, offered by the
- more important local education
authorities. (Programs naturally

ary In different pans or me
country,? but the classes organlz-

cil rive a representative Idea of
what i available, though some

times oft smaller sckle, all over

for: people who. wish to ln ln-rrm
rrm ln-rrm their nrolessional or In

dustrial skills, .a large number

of evening courses;, are neia ai

National colleges, oiyiecnnics,
Technical and Commercial Col Colleges,
leges, Colleges, and, at Schools of Art.
An extremely' wide, range of

professional technical end com commercial
mercial commercial courses Is offered, and

Includes such subj ects, as Das Das-laundrv
laundrv Das-laundrv and hairdressing:

all branches of engineering; and
many aspects fit retail distribu distribution
tion distribution to h mention only tiiree

groups. ... .-. . .'- -, .V,
Many courses lead to Unlyer
sitv degrees and diplomas.

a number nf lanruaees .are

taught,, and at several colleges

there are Engnsn classes im
nnnli from overseas.

For men and -women anxious
to extend their cultural Interests,

literary institutes run courses m
liberal studies, frequently in co cooperation
operation cooperation with thw Extramural

studies Department i me uni

versity of London.
Tn literarv Institutes in Lon

don it is, fbi instance, possible
to follow university diploma
courses In archaeology, reUgious
studies, economics, English liter-

. ature, geography, history, nisio nisio-ry
ry nisio-ry of art, international affairs,

local History; puonc aamuugM
t.lnn, and JWPiolOBV. f-.iw

in London. 1 as all ever the

country, there are a large num num-'ber
'ber num-'ber of Evening Institutes which
flm at helping people to use
Wahelr leisure in more interesting
att constructive wayst 5r
' courses here are usually prac practical,
tical, practical, and deal with subjects such
as arts and crafts. hobbles,
household crafts, physical train

ed by the London county Coun-Lsays or examinations. But the

lng,' dancing, music; drama, and university v Extradural depart depart-cyrrent
cyrrent depart-cyrrent affairs. j - menta. In running, tutorial and

sociatlon is the most important

voluntary bodv In Britain orga

nizine eveninK courses in econo

mics, industrial relations, current

affairs, social studies, art, mu

sic, literature, and so on. -, s
WEA courses are rather dif

ferent from any other evening

courses; they are generauy m-.
formal discussion- groups,, led by
highly-qualifietl tutors. In which
the students may often decide
for themselves what thev want

to study; and, for .which ho pre

vious study of tne suDiect is re

quired. 1 v. '

The aim of the courses w to

make the people of Britain' even
more aware of the world in

which they live. , -There
are courses this year on
writing, art,' International trade
and full employment, Shake

speare,. .social, studies. British

birds, local government, musical
appreciation, law and everyday

life, mental health and welfare,
and management and labor law.
The majority of WEA courses
are designed ourelv to widen the

student's horizons, without es-

sesslonal courses: which Involve
more serious and sustained stu study.1
dy.1 study.1 and in which students are

asked to do a, certain amount oi

written work. -All
.the universities In Britain

run extension courses, generally
in liberal studies. In the eve evenings,'
nings,' evenings,' not only on their -own
premises, but In many centers
wit hln a riven radius.'

- These courses are of university

standard, but no stipulations re. re.-carding
carding re.-carding previous education are

made, v.. 4 1

Th mft'oritr of courses, con

Slstlng vusually of a weekly leo-

tnr fallowed bv a discussion pe-

rlod, last for, a year, but there
are always a number of courses
lasting only jix or eight weeks
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association also cooperates with

Frugal Professor;

fiivesllppoa

To HhUriiy
MEMPHIS. TeM,-(OT )- ; ; Dh

Rayburn Johnson, white haired
professor, says that saving money
is "good for the personality."! At
the same time he can and did write

a $100,000 check and gave it away.

This didn't make Johnson pen

niless. ;'-..;. i'
"It just proved my point." he
said, r
To Johnson. director of social

sciences at Memphis State Univerr

sity, there are two kind of peo people'
ple' people' In life producers and con.
sumers. i ,.(. iy"" -..

"If you produce more than you

consume, then you're a producer."

It explains. 'That's what I've al-

irays tried to be.; '. 'v
."You can d it tott," if you don't
6 arbundf Wanting things all the
raie."'-
Johnson credits his success to

his ife Ethel and the Army,; both
nowgone from nils life. His' wife
died two years ago, ';'''. "'
; Johnson, said his" wife provided
enroiiripemerit while he was in

school earning- degrees at Middle
Tennessee State Teachers College,
Peabody College, and. the Univer University
sity University of Chicago! ;'.f.s, in .-..t'.:

"And later, When l earnea tne
money, it was Ethel who saved it,"
Johnson said.: V'e were perfect

for each other, She never wanted

to run around, and neither did I.

"Y6u know, wives eaa break; a

man."' V'O- ....?,;iV-r;.

ly UNfTIP PXIIS t
SAN FRANCISCO-Df Gregory

Bard, University of California

heart iDeclalist. who says Presi

dent Eisenhower will live longer

if he coes back to work:

"The old-fashioned treatment of

severely restricting a man s me,
of making a permanent invalid put

Of him is gone,"

HUNTSVILLE.: Ala. Mai. Gen.

John B. Medaris, commandant of
the Armv (Ballistic Missile Agency.

on. Defense Secretary- Neil H. Mc-

Elroy's decision to order both tne
Armv's JuDiter and the Air

Force's Thor missiles Into produc

tion: :. .,.'.;;i;'-:'5'.''

"I am crateful for this expres

ion of confidence in the efforts of

my agency to provide the nation
with an IRBM capability at the

earnest possible date." ;
i tONDCK--Forcfgn Secretary
Selwyn Lloyd whh asked by 'La 'La-borite
borite 'La-borite i Aneurih Bevan if British British-based
based British-based U.S. planes carry H-bombs

on duty flights:
'I am quite prepared to assume
for the purposes of answering this

question, that; .they are." .i j- ;: .'

lilTOONl-Adtress Betsy Drake

on- reports of a rift between, her

and husband uary want: ;
"There have been rumors since

we were married eight years ago.

But they are now and have always

been Untrue."

KANDY, Ceylo-Neison Toya?

terr editor of the St. Petersburg
(Fla.) Times in asking the Asian

conference of tl.e mternauonai
Press Institute to call upon all
governments to permit aewsr

papers and radio, stations to get

their -foreign news tram wnaievei

VThe teinptation of any jrovera jrovera-ment
ment jrovera-ment is to control all incoming and

outgoing news, hews pictures and

features,";., : ,";Y'

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vaguely resembles the famous ParthfchOn of Greece. The choice has aroused protests from pri private
vate private citizens, disappointed competitors and those ,who do not consider it typically Israeli., The
new Knesset would be rected on the outskirts of Jerusalem.' ..

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National Radios
American Supply
Volkswagen
GNovey
La Mascota
Doxa Watches
Marlboro
Army a Navy S.

National

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.With four National Radios ope

rating on the correct frequency

the holders of first place had

very easy time with the G Novey
Materials, whose inventory of

strikes and spares was at a low
ebb The Radios piled up a 298

pin advantage in the three games

for tne total 01 lour points, 10 in
Cteaje their league lead.

Denny Clark broadcast a 535
set. Tomariz tuned in a 520, and

Cruz came in true and clear with
573 and Martinez registered 556
Only one Novey lad clicked a 500,

Garcia 533.
('American Supply 3 Valkawagan 1

ti Although the American Supply
Compnay supplied the punch in the

pinch, they did run Into a snag in

toe second game which they lost
l;y seven pins The Suppliers peed peed-ed
ed peed-ed those seven pins, because
they are now in the funnerup
rilace by three points instead of two
as they were last week.
"A trio of American Suppliers did
the work this week Paoli, La
Grange and Campise did the dirty
work that fouled u the sparkplugs
rff the Volkswagens Their scores.
509, 504, 'and 505 Only one Volks Volks-wagen
wagen Volks-wagen refused to have ita plugs
fouled up, and as result Jot Vas-

Here was the battle of Tivoli Av

enue, when Sam Friedman's La
Mascota put on theii Sunday best,

and kicked -round Dick Warners
Doxa watches, by the score of thre

to one While each team presented

a roster of five men, it seems that

only three on each side did the
ing For the La Mascota it was Vi

gil 538, Dinger 587 and Stevens 550

And for the Dnxas, Chuck Nunez

531, Baradas 505, and Reish 506

Army a Navy Storas 3 Marlbora 1

After this week's performance,

there was hope of the Army and

Navy stores, coming out of the
depths of the cellar Taking on the'

seventh place Marlboro Cigarrillos,
they gained In the whi' column and

are now only one and one half

points out of the seventh notch

Saiz and Serna combined forces

for the Army and Navy team to

trample the Marlboros, Sais
smacked .out a 534 and Serna four

better a 538. For the Cigarette

Boys, Huertas was not ashamed

of his 537

TUFFY FAVORS UNION
WASHINGTON (UP) Tuffy

Leemans, an all-time great with

the New York football Giants al

most 20 years ago, urged the Na

tional Football League in the cur

rent publication of R a 1 1 w y

Clerk to accept a players un

ion. Leemans said .he believes
players and ownefs can work out

happy solution to tneir proo-

lems."

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NEW YORK (UP)-The inter

collegiate football season comes to

a practical conclusion this week

end. There are a few scatteved

contests on Dec. 8, but the only

one of note will be the Notre-

Dame-Southern Methodist same in

Dallas.

Tomorrow the traditional bat

tles fill the bvll with most

of the games being in the South
anl Southwest. However, the big biggest
gest biggest of them all is the affair at
Philadelphia, Arrr" vs. Navy,
where past recor.i and accom

plishments mean little. The Mid

shipmen have been e ven an edge,

but it's a small one and the
breaks will decide. Our choice is
Navy, because uf a more versatile
attack and better reserves, 21-13.

Here are the choices for the

other Saturday games: Auburn

over Alabama, Z8-14; ue o r g l a

Tech over Georgia 21-12: Louisl

ana State to take mane zv-ia;

Florida to beat Miami 19-12; Mis

sissippi to keep on rullm?. beating

Mississippi State 27-13: North Car

olina will wind up the year with a

21-18 victory over Virginia! Okla

homa will take the Oklahoma Ag

gies 19-12: Rtce will stay in the

race for Cotton Bowl by pounding
Baylor 21-12: Southern Methodist

has too much for Texas Christian

and will win by t 19 12 score and.

Tennessee will beat Yanderbilt 19

13.

Notre Dame is favored to teat

Southern California at South Bend

in the game your reporter broad,
casts tomorrow. 1

Today, Penn will beat Cornell
by seven points and Texas Aggies

will defeat Texas 13-6.
With the professionals Sunday
we think the Cleveland Browns
will beat the Chicago Cardinals
35-21; the Baltimore Coltr over the
Los Angeles Rams, 28-24: The San

Francisco Forty-Nmers will sur surprise
prise surprise the New York Giants, 31-24;
the Pitt burgh Steelers will beat

the Philadelphia Eagles, 24-17;

and the Chicago Bears writ steam.

roll it over the Washington Red.
sins, 28-21.

With 21 wins fhd 11 losses this

fipann topped.

NEW YORK,; Novi 29r(UF) pother 20-game winners of 1857-1

Warren Spahn, who dislikes "talk

aoout my getting old," succeeded
where Ted Williams failed todav

oy winning the cy f Youne id

BiBy pierce Of Jthe i White

and Jim Bunning of, -Detroit,
who won exactly 20. Moreover,

uic nawonai xeague

ward as the major leaeues' cut-. comniit. OrQ ma 10a mn m m A

-ndln, pitcher in WJMx"&

uv-.i-viu T.iwuia ui x-urrca m earned j run a vera 6a

Boston was beaten at the ballot with 2.66 per, game, and second
box w some say unfairly by to Pittsburgh's T Bob1 'StanffiS

vun iMicKey .Mar-tie.' or ; the lnningn pitched with 271 ;; to
Yankees Jn the voting for : tt Friend's ritu T"-
American. League's "most irtnn.r 1'sn.hn.. !' -tj

bl nlovor" Uu. .. ,vl" u,a" n" .or

wtu.w?" more ames than- any .in? Warren's .lectfon.

other pitcher thU'vear, ran a a-way
way a-way Jn the voting for the-.: ton

pitPhin? award bv eettin t.h h,,n ZSl.J?"."r.m

t"- from IS of the MQrS"? n,s

i.R..i,oii nrMZ.. a i i"' iie. qoesn t.nave

ed the prefictiomthat the' styl
sh leftv win v .oe an

AND A -YEAR G-UV

iAMEt BOBBY LAYNE
mas Ketrr the lions t
right u0( thbge, too f

-'i 1 i

of the. Baseball Wrilrs Associa

uon selection committee, w s f
The lone lissentine vote went

in ii-!Juuaiiaer i nr.tr nnnnvon nf

me uniTaio wmw SOX, a 18-

fme winner. v
Spahn, who has won 20 tames
In a season more' often (eight
t'mes) iban any south naw in
National Leajrue h r'ory, was
onlk to nolnt out when noti notified
fied notified of h ballot victory that
. this awari? is Inst on more
honor for the Braves tbs vear,
following he lcon nf Hark
Aaron as the NX.'s "most val val-nable
nable val-nable player,"
- "It Seems as -if 1957 has really
been our year." exulted Spahn at

in lancii m HartsnorneOkIa,

a vlM problem."

...o.. -,,t oynun s victory with
the observation, "without those
Zl fames we'd nrtbably have
ended up hi third place."
lfW ,VIb"t v Pitcher
SeKVeft no l"ibt that he
intends to keep shooting for the
ton.. .,i . ... -.
-ATh.eyke'ep talkm? i&xrie
tffi'ii111' Dl,ly ,nntu thV ta
5jb.Jl awav from, me" s
tor thflJ0 "wafd. -named
lLl., lc?ltchT ho won more
ZXl ta,?" other -.W lea"a
thMfelfl" 4ven by

Paslrano Credits
...... 1,. .'-'!tv.,J.

'Brand lie vSfyle'
For Lalesl'Vicfory

ACE MEETS STUBBS

NEW YORK (UP) The Ntw

York State Athletic Commission

has approved a 10-round middle.

weight match at St. Nicholas Are Arena
na Arena next Monday night between

Ace Armstrong of Elizabeth, N.J

and Reybon Stubbs of Pittsburgh.

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TWTAMI BEAClT. Fla. (UP)

HeavvweiBht Willie Pastraho said

todav he used "a brand new style"

ta win a unanimous 10-round de

cision over Willie Besmanoff of
Germany, hut it may hava made

him look unimpressive.

Pastrano, never, a spectacular

fichter. out on less of a show than

usual for a national television au

dience in whipping the 25-year-old

German Wednesday night. Pas

trano was 22 Wednesday anl was
eiven his birthday! cako m the

ring after the bouta
!: may have loeked' sluggish,
but it was because,! was working
h.rrt in close instead of standme

back and shooting att the guy with
long ones,'' PastranoJ said sit was

a oraoa new ijie iur iu aim 11
paidoff.'L U f
Besmanoff, who looked hjs best

in several late-rouna surges, saia

his biggest mistake was not throw

ing enought punches.; v

'I feel like i can dox as weu
as this guy but 1 should have tried

oris Briefs

. LOPAT SIGNED FOR 1955 .1.
RICHMOND, Var. (UP) Eddie
Lopat, a star southpaw for th
New York Yankees during the
early Casey Stengel regime, has
been renamed manager of the
Richmond Virainians of the Inter

national League. The Virginians

tinisned third under L,dpat this

year. 1

Jackie Parker

AAC HONORS WOLF PACK

WASHINGTON (UP) Earl Ed Edwards
wards Edwards of North Carolina State and

his ace halfback, Dick Christyi0fcthe Montreal Alouettes in the

have been .lamed coach and play?

er 01 tne year, respectively, in the

Atlantic toast comereace bv the

"Atlantic Coast Conference Cluh

of Washington, D.C.

to throw more haymakers, the

Munich fichter said. ;

Pastrano's trainer, Angelo Dun

dee: said his fighter's next bout

probably would be in England
with either Joe Eiskme or Randy

Turpin. j

Jersey Jones, who manages Bes

manoff, said he 1 is tentatively

scheduled with Pat McMurtry in

Seattle, Wash., in January.

Pastrano. now fishtina out of

Miami Beach- outweighed Besma Besmanoff,.
noff,. Besmanoff,. 190 Vi pounds to 185V4. i

Canadian Gridder

. TpRONTO (UP)-Jackle Par Parker,
ker, Parker, '23-year-old fornier Mississinni

State star now quarterbacking for
the Edmonton Eskimos, was
named( today as the. outstanding
football player of the year in Canada.

Parker edged out Hal Patterson

The stylish left h., JZZ, ""irJ?J". y"r.Ior vu sec-

ed "wonderful!? whei toW lm
von the award, reallv h. .th. TWZ!?iJ?- linnet

- MIC JJ,',HtClY'

figures to back, up, his selection
and no dispute was expected like
lfA wHchi Allowed : ManUfl

u'i 'vw"x over .vyiuiams.

voting by sports writers and sports

casiers irom coast to coast.
Fullback Gerry James of the
Winnipeg plue Bombers was
namel the top native born Canad Canadian
ian Canadian player of the season and Kaye
Vaughn of the Ottawa Roueh Rid

ers won the award lot lineman of

me year.

iGwi;uiTine crnr. 1ft' rr 4-v. m

InFnt tM Spahn only
one. But. an inv !.,..

Jknows, ihjLs.was a different year.

WILLIAMS

LONG AND SHORT OF IT

NEW YORK (UP) CamiUe

Henry or tne New York Raneeri.

the smallest player in the Nation National
al National -Hockey League, looked 'mighty
h!g to goalie ; Terry Sawchuk in

his rookie 1953-54 campaign when
he tallied four goals in one game

against me star ncc-mmaer.

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wii uur way 10 Annapolis 10 get

inn: ou iuvv in us tinal nro,

paiaiuiy wcex Tpr p upcoming
Army battle, we stopped over here
to watch the -'eros.:. rh s.n

Francisco '49ers and th Tt

cons, Dotn m tontention for a

divisonal title. They put on quite
a show, the teams a well-as the

promoters. r The Key play In the

vvna wuuu iv, ipr instance, was

iincn-caicn-piicn display 01 raz raz-jle
jle raz-jle da?zle thatjwent for 32;yards.
It had Harlem: Globetrotters writ written
ten written all over it and we wondered
if Goose Tatum had been added
td the coaching staff.

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FLOOR SfjOW... At least one

aging rouge found it most trying
to keep his eyes on fhe teams,
whaj with youne. lonar sfemmed

beauties in ballet skirts and cow

boy hats, an impalusible yet en

gaging cosume combination.- serv-

me as cheerleaders, and a luscious

Uonde on horseback circling the

neia eacn Ume.tne colts scored.

This was' pure neo Marshall in

its neipful attempt go evoke the

ran ran : spun: pernaos soDno-

morie by blase metropolitan stand

aras out on tne natives, with

ineir m ami est civic nride and team

loyalty, it jooks good. The pox

omce ngures as.e almost as en

chanting as those in the nroduc

thra numbers. The Colts', five-game

average approximating 46,000. The

crasoHana-casn sport is a solid

flick u,the Free State.

; BOWLED OVER.. The Yale team

10 get tne ran rahs,' came close
to greatness In the charcoal

gray classic Saturday, g splendid splendidly
ly splendidly synchronized machine that com-

oinea power, arversity, imesse, dar

ing and-guUe in the1" top level

manner. .Yale was -able to move
the ball forcefully even with 2nd
and third stringers. If the offense

was overpowering, the defense was

impregnate, rnree times the Blues
forced tho Crimson -to surrender

in lourjn down "-situations with

a yard or less to so. Whatav.r

offense Harvard bad was shatter-

.wto uui -renn was was-the
the was-the seventh. And by then the Blujt
were as good, as fliey-were goirt?
to get, or so one hadUo figUreT
thlcf5,1101 e8rr- werV;
the best team In th Ivy League.
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this was not one of Harvard's finer
teams. Whether the band actually

piayea neiier man tne varsity, ss
someone sourly observed, we, not
being too distinguished as a mu music
sic music critic, wouldn't know.. Even
so, Yale had the tools and employ employ-eti
eti employ-eti thjpm ; expertly f pr consistent
and fcbuadant rest Its. Once again
the passing combination of Dick
WinteTbauer to Mike Civilian

functioned with lethal effect, sur surpassing
passing surpassing in performance, technique

Frank Larry "Keller duo of an

othef Yale period. Even against

powerhouse opposition we'd have

to believe these two young men
wou)d k pose knotty problem to

1 snf fefene5 - - ".
! MTJTERY THEATERS In the
light of their tar-perfection tma
tag winduo, one had to wonder
how tho Blues ever lost to teams
like Brown sod Penn. A missed
point after touchdown cost
, them a tio with Brown and four
1 fumbles, Bona recovered, disorga disorganized
nized disorganized the if- attack against Penn.
Still, in both games they were
outplayed and tho defense, so un unremitting
remitting unremitting .and stalwart sgainst
Harvard, was leaky and loose. M
be they were not sufficiently so solidified
lidified solidified for Crswn. second game

Rill KM BH If v. i

y m mI 71 ", lJn neiore

y"'""..?1 was evident the Har-

.f.fcTBJ5ww- mour'ully out outmatched.
matched. outmatched. This was nn tm. -tv..

mysterious forces of tradition, ac ac-counUble
counUble ac-counUble for so" many past illo illogical
gical illogical results. must hnuf a 4K 1

realities of sunerior tat&nk' nm

petenOy. drilled and shrewdly man maneuvered.
euvered. maneuvered. And while the Blues wen

wing we mg j xnree title
rinceton was fnrofirtci: ,u.

league championship. Here,'-- too
tradition, at least precederit,- wai
thrown for a less, Jor the Tigeri
Seldom beat Dartmnnlh i.

Guaracheros

4 r
Gulick

Cadets 104-35

Swamp

In the annual feKktKii f,";

layed Wednesday in the Claudia
owe Gymnasium 6f the Abel
Bravo Colleee of flninn fh r....

Iracheros quintet swamped the In-

iciimuunai laaets a the F 0 r t
Gulick USARCARIB School to the

"'-,41'"" -:y.;ti f.: :
Carlos Tito" Celis.- Insert.

general of the-Colon Swt po

lice, threw he tout iit M,nTi

rChafris manager of the Colon

umery viuce, surpnsed the Gua Guaracheros
racheros Guaracheros by ? presenting th, hi

General Remon" sDvbi run. In

behalf of the sovernment tn Ar.

turo. Agard, captain the team.

Immediately afterwards Jirti.

Taylor, a senior employe of the

fixer Corporation, presented a,
beautiful consolation tronhv t. Da.

vid O. Medina,, representative of &
the Gulick Army School. The Pfi-1
zer Corp. has donsted trophies to
almost all the sports events held
in this city.

captain Luis Valencia blanked

Taylor in the name of all the ca cadets
dets cadets for the aforementioned sward. -.
Capt Valencia Is the organizer of
this year's Gulick-.,. Guaracheros '.

cage classic. -, t-;-v..T .-

-1.. .. V-vr.v1''.-; -The
ton scorers for the losers ;

were: Arbelceg with 26. Esau and -Flanes
with 18. and Danilo with ".

For the victors Aeard 30. Tv. I

lor 17 and March is. s ;

The Guaracheros of Colon win V

celebrate their 12th anniversary -L

soon with the followinc snorU o

venU: Annial Softball came lea- s

turing the Tigers Cluh of Colon

and the Guaracheros. They will
also present the -cage cofitest fe -raring
the major league faasketbajJ
all-stars of the Province of Colo
and the Guaracheros and the Vice Viceroy
roy Viceroy quintet,, champions of tho
Provincial Basketball Minor
League and the Guaracheroa Jub"
iora. The complete pregrarp will
bo published shortly.



FRIDAT. NOVfiMBER 19, 1957
v TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE FIFTEEN
a

Men

V.mhaeev And TTnstipfldor. which wound up in a

photo for third place Sunday, will tangle again in
"tomorrow l$600 one mHVmain event for fourth

series imported thoroughbreds at tne rceuqeni t
mbn racetracks ;
, Rosier an Maria Stuardo are the only other two
scheduled stafters in this rare that should make up

. in thrill whatt Jacks in
Hostlgadot$as?slronger at the
finish thanEmba&y last v
but the added distance should
not be a handicap to the .latter.
Fernando Alvarez Replaces -Hu-ben
VasqUezboaHos tgador
tMiiUrf"Raezft will once
more attempt f ro gpi. x.
g;et Embassy
Rosier
while sandjnq Hernandez M
try to score an upsetvlctory with
distance loving; Maria' Stuarda
Rosier 1 not. to fee. pveriooked.
He scored a smashing u-pset c c-Tory
Tory c-Tory over Embassy' on Nta over
this same distance and bOuW re repeat
peat repeat here. Hector, Ruiz was also
his flder on thai occasion. Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Alvarez, howeVer; was a-

Follies, Weekend
Football Winners

Fraley's
College
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK. (VP)
Fraley?
"J
tbau
.-winners" -.wra a l1a"un,:
. ..ivnii twin
which WUi
auug . ."
.month.
6am olf tfit Wk
Navy over Army This is al always
ways always one of those -unpredictab e
affairs where tike team which it
up" the highest g-abs the deci decision,
sion, decision, tomitoi-ti
ning
attacK qui i1 kL
fense. Navy
has a gouu mic,
1
fL!ES' TO PIES Shortatoj
toy McMillan of the Cincin
nati Reds shows., he's also
handy in the dough, depart department
ment department at his new Pizza Palace
in Hamilton, O. It's taity work
c

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"V C a yy I

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1

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iqarcttes

V-'" i Pl -.P
A W biYlWM

numbers,.
board Embassy that' time.
.Th "pTtnerts" ODlne that Ro
sler and Hostigador will alter alter-in
in alter-in tnnn the DaCe wltn
Hmtaassv racinsr within striking
distance to jthe
where he wllr make his bid and
join in a thrilling finish.
The secondary, attraction may.
turn out. to even more exciwrns
than the main event. Contralor
tvh wine's Park, which raced to
p riead-heat in last Saturday s
Agricultural Seminar Handicap,
will match strides with' the mucn
ballyhooed Geyser. Thej latter
will really have to extend him himself
self himself here to win. .n
v.Bht other prospective tnrlil-
ers are inciuaea on ur iiius'""
ter reserves and the passing to
outscore the Cadet.
The Sooth
Mississippi Oyer Missis sip
pi State uasm iireei xiue,
'Auburn over Alabama t Stars
fell on Alabama; c
Tennessee oyer ,VanderbiltTen ,VanderbiltTen-Aelsee
Aelsee ,VanderbiltTen-Aelsee waltz.
Georgia Tech over Georgia
Corn Pone Stomp.
Clemson over Furman South Southern
ern Southern Fried.
LSU over Tidane Down the.
tazyRiver. ..'..
Florida over Miami Miami
Moon Polka. ;
Worth"' Carolifti' ter Virginia Virginia-Carry
Carry Virginia-Carry Me Back.
W. i M. pve Richmond Hon Honeysuckle
eysuckle Honeysuckle Rose.
Wake Forest over .South Caro-
Tina-umpy Nerves-
VMI over vw-Yiipasy-jiuiv.
The Mjdw.st
Notre Dame ovec Southern Cal
Me Daddy's Old Shillelagh. t t-.
. t-. Oklahoma over Oklahoma State
Mule Train. y
Tul?a over wicmta utue men,
You'll Have a Busy Day.
Cincinnati over Minu, Ohio I
Concentrate on You,
The Southwit
Rice over Baylor Stranger in
Paradise.
SMU over TCU Wagon Wheels,
Texas Aggies over Texas (Blue
Heaven.
Hardin Simmons ovjer New Mex
ico Ain i-cna uiaay,,
The Wetf", ,
Color adb State over Air force
Don't Get Around Much Anymore.
Tempe over Arizona All the
Way.
Bngham4 Young over New Mexi-co-Among
My Souvenirs." ,'
" Wyoming over Denver Three
Little Words. : ; ',
Utah over Utah State jC'est
Magnifique, .that Grosstup.
The East
Penn over Cornell Big Town
Boogie.. j
Brown -over Colgate Lneeic to
Cheek.
Holy Cross over Boston umege
-Rock V Roll.' a-

arrive fresh
every 15 days

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1st Sace, 6th Series Imp'. 6 Fgs. Purse $400 Pool Closes 1:00
1 l FIRSr RACE Of HUE .DOUBLE J

1 Ocala ,Mlssi B.' Agulrre;ilO
2 Suntonner,f iA- Ycaza 113.
3 Edith Piaf A.' Czedidior 108
Orimilda Q. Mofitero. J10
5 P. Vanidad GvSaiJchez 113
Rutilante 'H. Ittuai 113
2nd Race 'wSiedaiw- ImjiTte
RACBCjpF
ritirlrp IDS '"
v V.

1 King John" : &. Aguirire i08 "eporleilly mpraveC'
2 RedXabel tG..Sanche2s 108 ;-lmpravirig steadfly
3 Affiliation Or.- R. Vas., 115, -Should Weat these
4 Recife p.' Alvarez '115' Has higTi rating,
6 Quickie B. Baeza 112 Still plenty gresn

3rd Race, "C, D" Natives 7 Fgs.Purse $425
- ONE TWO

1 Currita
2 Tinela ;
3 Lady, Edna
4 Naranjazo
5 Chito
6 Sahdbkah
J. Talavfera 164x
F. Alvarez 104
B. ABulme 115
v C.'Qulros 99x
O. (Sanchez 115
R, Vasquez 115
4th Race,- 'E" Natives 8'Fgs.

qUINIELA
1 Ocean Star B. Agulrre 113 Buns weU for rider
2 i-Rabiblanco B. Baeza 108 Partial to distance
3 Francisquito F. Alvarez' 113 -Usually fractious
4 JBoberano V. Castillo 110 .Impressive win last
5 Don Grau R. Vasquez 11& Should be contender
6 Damadura "A. Credidlo 110 Pistance may hamper
7 (Black Bee v 112 Rates fair chance
8 (Julie M. Arosemena 102 '-rNot with this rider

5th Race "Special" Imp. 6 Fgs.

1 Amin Dldi. B. Aguirre llO-WiB fisty it out
2 Amat G. Montero 106 -Could get up
3 Cambrioleur F. Alvarez lie Form indicates
4 Dainty Duchess J. Tala. 103xWould surprise

6th Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.rurse 4uo rooi vioaei

1 Alminar A. Gonzales 108
2 Persiflage S. Carvajal 113
3 Violin Viejo A. Credidio 105
4 Bradomln'" S. Hernan. 99x
c unn.v MoWiir Aivars 105
Concrete PiDe H. Ruiz 110
7-CachaIaz J. Phillips 108
7th Race, 5th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
lCOntralor A. Credidio 110
A TTIniy'e TJorlr P VflSflllPZ 118
i-Geysef p' F, Alvarez 115
4 Minuendo B. Baeza 106
;5 filngful 8. Hernandez 105x

Eth Race. 'Speciar Imp. 5 FgsJurse $650

;v QUINIEIA ;.
1- SUver Heels C. Bovil 108" -Not with thtajridw
2- lntroduction B. Baeza 112 -Form mdiatM
3- Voltage J. Phillips 113 -Unknown quantity
4- Blue Zulu A. Credidio 105 Depends on start
5t Colifato G. Sanchez 112 Ran well m last
6 Josellto S. Hernandez 102x Could be upsetter

9th Race, 5th Series Imp,
7 Fgs.
ONE
1 Trirreme V. Ortega. 118
2 Very good F. Justinian! 99x
3 P. Magnebico, J. Rodri. 115
4 King 4, Jimenez 104.
5 ory R. Vasquez 115
. 6 Greco A. Credidio 105
7- r-Ornamental Star Baeza 113
8 Manandoagua Agulrre 115

10th Race, 4th Series Imp. 8 Fgs.Purse $600

1 Maria Stuardo S. Her. 97x
j2 Rosier H. Ruiz 108
r3 Embassy B. Baeza 108
4 Hostigador F. Alarez 108
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Rider handicaps
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Pool Closes 2:30
Purse $400
Pool Closes 3:00
Tougher competition
Distance to liking
Hard to beat here
Could be upsetter
Takes vour money
Plenty early speed
Should
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Will fight it out
-Gets real test here
-Could urprise
Bally, needs rest
Purse $500
TWO
On way back down
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Has strong fimsh
Will fight it out
Enjoying are form
Must improv- more
Cquld surprise
Distance suits style
Returns in good shape
In fight to finish
Could go aU the way
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length triumph i ; 'the $3 ,000
added t'Cuerpo fe Bomberos"
Classic At the. President Remon
The little -four-year-old
bay
Chilean-bred sonriof Treble
Crown-Nokaway wfis ; rated off
the pace until thrfee, furlongs out
where he moved after the lead leaders,
ers, leaders, forged to. the front two f ur-
'longs oufc and raced away down
the homestretch to score off by
himself. BacancltO and Kadir,
forward factors throughout, bat battled,
tled, battled, for the place' with the for former
mer former outlasting the latter by one
length for second money.
Slow starting Michiripa came
up to get the short;end of the
purse. Next came Germanio,
Mossadeq, Crews Hill and Town's
Wall in that order. All of the
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trailer all the wrfy.
Posiblemente was ridden by
Fernando Alvarez. He returned
$4 and $3 in the mutuels. The
Posiblemente Bacancito one one-two
two one-two paid $17.40.
Leading jockey Braulio Baeza,
Alfredo Vasquez and Gulllermo
Sanchez shared riding honors
with two victories apiece.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Mezereum $10.80, $7
2 Cartillero $8.60
Second race
1 Destello $8.80, $5
2 Don Dani $4.60
First Double: $57.60
THIRD RACE
1 Mayrlta $6, $2.60
2 Sideral $3
One-Two: $12.60
FOURTH RACE
1- Avispa $8.60, $4 80
2 El Fequeno $5.20
Quiniela: $20.80

Captures

FIFTH RACE
1 Radical $5.60, $3
2 Mr. Jack $6.20
SIXTH RACE
1 Blue Sky $6.60, $5.20
2 Elko $8.40
SEVENTH RACE
1 Golden Corn $3.80, $2.80
2 Picudo $3
Second Double: $14
EIGHTH RACE
1 Toxic $5.80, $2.60
2 Golden Wonder $2.40
Quiniela: $4.20
NINTH RACE
lPosiblemente $4, $3
2 Bacancito $4.20
COLTS IN TOP SHAPE
BALTIMORE, Md. (UP) Coach
Weeb Eubank said today his Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Colts, currently leading the
Western Division of the National
KYinthnll TpBciir are in tnn shnne
fnr their came with the Los Ah
geles Rams Sunday.

Sports Briefs

WINGS RECALL PRYSTAt
i DETROIT (UPMetro Prystat
farmed out to Edmonton of the
Western Hockey League before the
start of the season, was recalled
today by the Detroit Red Wins
of the National Hockey League.
CUBS RELEASE SILVERA .,
. CHICAGO (UP) Veteran catcb
er Charlie Sih'era, acquired front'
the New York Yankees a. year,
ago,, has been given his uncoqdjv
tional release by the Chicago,
Cubs. r-
A
SERVICE BATTLE SET
WASHINGTON (UP) The un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten Boiling Air Force Base
football team has accepted an In-,
vitation to meet the Unbeaten Sah
Diego Marines in the Shrtmn Bowl1
at Galveston, Tex., Dec. 15.
SCRIBES PICK NORTON
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Jerrjb
Norton, defense halfback for tha
Philadelphia Eagles, haa been,
named the most valnaWe player
an th team for 1957 bv th Foot
ball Writers Club of the Philadel
Dhia Sports Writers Assn. Norton'
was presented with a watch.

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T3E PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAltT NEWSPAPER
''FRIDAY, NOVEMBER t9. 151
C L AS S I F I E D S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE k 2-0740
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Resorts

FOSTER'S CoHsgM and Law
Beach House. One mil pest the
Ciiino. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877. Crittobal 3-1673.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homai, on
beach. Phona Thopmion, Balboa
1772.
Houses
FOR RENT: Three completely
furnistedf chalets 48th, street No.
25. Two departments, one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, one furnished. Via Porras
No. 64. For information in the
last apartment of the house or
call Tel. 3-0318.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:
Beautifui chalet, two bedroomi.
Phone 3-6089.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Clean comfortable
rooms, maid's service I Street
11-31 opposite Tropical Theatre.
Phona 2-1541.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Locale for offica
across from Hotel Panama-Hilton
in "Gloried" building, Aircondl Aircondl-tioning
tioning Aircondl-tioning and lamps available
cheap. Please inquire next door
at Foto Halcon. Call 3-6082 or
3-1179.
FOR RENT: Commercial site.
Justo Arosemena Ave, 37-11.
For information Novedadei El Si Si-1o.
1o. Si-1o. mmm
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Q U I Z W H I Z Johnny O.
Mechura, who's been asking
questions since he was one, is
now Johnny-on-the-spot when
it comes to answering ques questions.
tions. questions. The three-year-old, from
Houston, Tex., can spot any U.S.
state or foreign country on the
map, and give their capital
cities. Aji automobile enthusiast,
he can identify 850 models from
photographs, and delights in re reciting
citing reciting poetry in Czech and
Portuguese.
Fabrics
Curtains & Drapery
Venetian Blinds
Slip-Covers
"DECORACIONES
ROBERTO"
.3-4904
JBLINDS
.CURTAINS DRAPES
CALL
2-0725
Tropicana
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ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just buiN
modem furnished apartments, I.
2 bedrooms, hot. cold wafer.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Beautifully deco decorated
rated decorated apartment, 3 bedroomi,
completely furniihed. Informa Information
tion Information calle 3-0581 from 5-7 p.m.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living, diningroom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, bath and garage, all screen screened.
ed. screened. Call 2-0326 or 3-1960.
FOR RENT: 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.1 Apartments in new
concrete building 1st Street,
Cham's Place, Rio Abajo. Tel. 2 2-1650.
1650. 2-1650. FOR RENT: Apartment. Justo
Arosemena Ave. 37-11. For in information
formation information 37th. Street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bathrooms, large dining
and livingrooms, separate maid's
room with bath, garage, hot wat water,
er, water, small "Patio", furnished or
unfinished, in high cool locality,
all screened, in El Cangrejo.
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.
Phone 3-2411. Jose de Fabrega
Avenue No. 16, Pasadena.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,
linen, China glassware. Exclusive
residential section. Bella Vista.
Telephone Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT: Two one-bedroom
apartments, furnished. In cool
quiet location. Near Hotel Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. For Gl's or bachelor. Reason-,
able rent. Call Gamboa' 462.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment $75.00. Federi Federi-co
co Federi-co Boyd No. 1. Tel. 3-1516.
FOR RENT: Furnished modern
apartment, near bus line. $70.
Via Porras 1 1 4 San Francisco.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, very cool, one bedroom.
Hot water. Perryhill, 2dn street
No. 11. Tel. 3-2694 or 3-0533.
FOR. RENT;--Furnished apart-;
ment. one bedroom. El Sol build building
ing building 4 of July Ave. Juan B, Sosa
Street.
Clayton Inter-Base
Volley Ball Tourney
The Fort Kobbe squad and the
team from C Battery, 764th AAA
Bn Fort Clayton copped two
out of three sets from their re respective
spective respective opponents T u e sday
night at the YMCA-USO, to re remain
main remain unbeaten in the current
Inter-Base Volley Ball Tourna Tournament.
ment. Tournament. The Fort Kobbe team turned
back A Battery, 764th AAA Bn.,
Fort Gulick, 10-15, 15-9 and 15-
11.
C Battery copped two out of i
three sets from the Fort Clay- j
ton Engineers team, 16-14, 12-15'
and 15-10.
A playoff match for the cham-!
plonship between Fort Kobbe
and C Battery will be played
December 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the
Balboa YMCA-USO.
A game between the Albrook
AFB team (1-3) and the 62nd
MRU team from Fort Amador
(0-4), is also scheduled for that
evening.
The YMCA-USO Is attempting
to arrange a game between a
Panama City All-Star team and
a service All-Star team for some
time in the near future.
Standings W L
C Btry. 764th AAA Bn. 4 0
Fort Kobbe 4 0
A Btry, 764th AAA Bn. 3 2
Albrook AFB 1 3
Fort Clayton Eng 1 4
62nd MRU, Amador 0 4
IT'S A JOKE, BOYS!
COLUMlBUS, Ohio (UP) Eyes
popped in the Columbus Citizen
newsroom when a T.eputy sheriff
appeared with a suhpena. The sub sub-pena
pena sub-pena ordered the entire staff to
apear "before the officers, direc directors
tors directors and employes of theOhio
Federal Savings and Loan Assn."
for the firm' sanoual Christmas
party Dec. 2.

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile,
canverrible $150.00 down. Will
finance, Balboa 3050.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet 2 2-door
door 2-door sedan, two tone, 5 new
tires, excellent condition
throughout. Must be seen to be
appreciated. Asking $875 but
will accept best offer. Home 6 6-474,
474, 6-474, Office 2-2731.
FOR SALE-71955 Ford V-8
--station wagon 9 pass. Reg. drive.
Must be sold by bid. Call France
Field 08-765. Bldg. 21.
FOR SALE: Station wagon
Chevrolet 1955, duty paid. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. .Panama 3 3-6105.
6105. 3-6105. FOR SALE
Buick Sedan, 1950, property of
Alfred' L. Castine, deceased, car
may be inspected in the parking
lot outside Civil Affairs Building,
(old airport terminal), Ancon,
Canal Zone'. Keys in possesion of
Mr. Dalton, Civil Aeronautics
Office. It is not duty paid.
Bids will be accepted by mail by
the undersigned administrator
through December 6, 1957 at
the below address.
Terms casfi. Sale to be confirmed
by United States District Court.
W. Sheridan, Jr.,
Administrator,
Post Office Box No. 98
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
FOR SALE: 1956 Pontiae Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina Star Chief 4 door with
hydramatic, p o w, e r steering,
power windows, radio. Excellent
condition. Call Gamboa 757.
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick Special
convertible, duty pid. continen continental
tal continental spare. $2150.00. Will trade.
Gulick 08-445.
NIKON
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PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
c&Q
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
AU expenses Tour for
$190.00
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
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LICHT TRANSPORT
Weighinf but 100- pounds, a
special true tot earryim com
mandos and supplies is 'copter 'copter-lifted
lifted 'copter-lifted durinf military exercises
at Lee-on-Sclent, ZUnd.

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ter Plata CASA KAI.DO Central Ave. LOURDKS PHARMACY-Ml I Car.asqallla f ARM.

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Real Estate
FOR SALE: Cottage. Fully fur.
nished, 200 yards from Gergo Gergo-na
na Gergo-na Beach. Retired American
neighbors. Phone Balboa 4474.
Paraiso Civic
Council Officers
Formally Installed
Formal Installation of the nf-
rcers of trie Paraiso Civic coim
cil, held sit the Paraiso Gym on
Nov. 21, was featured with a
program of music and songs
with Dr. Daniel J. Paoluccl. Per
sonnel Programs coordinator, as
guest speaker. Dr. Paoluccl gave
an inspiring iaiK on ".Leaaersnlp
and the Potentiality of a Civic
Council" and complimented the
president-elect Mr. Ellis L. Faw
cett as a good leader.
His talk Included an amuslne
but pathetic story of the "'Cross
Legged Man." The program, ere
sided by MissJViolet Henry, pres
ident of the Santa Cruz Civic
Council, 'was highlighted with
music by the Paraiso High School
Band, choruses by, the Fine Arts
unoral Group directed by Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Haywood, violin selections
by Prof. Gilberto Perez, director
or tne scnooi band: sones bv the
Starlights Quartet, elocutionary
items by Misses Norma Campbell
and Marie Davis.
The installation ceremonv was
conducted by C. Xlo Walker,
community worker, and those in installed
stalled installed were: Ellis L. Fawcett,
president; Eric S. Oakley, vice vice-president;
president; vice-president; Inez D. McKenzie.
secretary; Alfonso Alexis, asst.-
secretary; Cleveland E. Stevens,
treasurer waiter Nicnois. phD-
lain cjiinon h. Lopez. Cleve and
Wilson, Ruth : Thomas, trustees:
Hamilton Lavalas, representative
to Governor's conference: Mau
rice Haywood, alternate; Thom
as sawyers, cyrii Atnerley, Reu Reuben
ben Reuben Eversley, representatives to
congress of civic councils; Hu Hubert
bert Hubert Thompson, Lucy Oakley, al alternates.
ternates. alternates.
A representative eatnerlntr Was
in attendance with the Rev. Al
lan R. Wentt .offering the Invo Invocation
cation Invocation and benediction.
Sender's name
end address
name ef
scmceman,
! rank, serial
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number, bronchi
of servKe.
APO or Nary
amber and
post office.
Sirfoce transported
pockoges may mease re
100" (legrii plus girth)
and weigh 70 fbs. (To
Great Britain 50 lbs.)
Pockoges should be
mailed before Nov. 20
if going by, ship, and be
fore Dec. 10 it
sent by eirmarl.
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 60 cy cycle
cle cycle Friqidaire, 9 cubic feet, aged
condition. Price $75. Home 6 6-474,
474, 6-474, Offica 2-2731.
FOR SALE; Oscilloscope 5"
signal generator. Ona lot tubal.
Call 83-2142.
FOR SALE: White face monkey
with cage. Sea William Arey,
116 Ridge road, Balboa Heights,
Friday or Saturday. Phona Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4409.
FOR SALE: Special sale' today
until November 30 en all our
many spendored things, gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous Oriental novelties ate.
Lum't Ave. J. Fee. da la Ossa
40 (Auto row.) Raducad 30.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"x12"
x!2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco fr AKareria, S.
A.. Via Espafta No. 37-40.
Phona 3-0160.
FOR SALE: Radio HAMS: SX-'
28 Hallicrafter in good condition
with loudspeaker $75.00 Je Je-ronimo
ronimo Je-ronimo da la Ossa No. 13-32
Apartment No. 46.
FOR SALE: Piano, bicycle, toys,
watches, shaver, blackboard, tool
box, suitcases, clothes, miscel miscellaneous.
laneous. miscellaneous. 2308B. Las Cruces, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Golf clubs; 3
woods, 7 irons, new bag $20.00.
Offica Phona 2-2527; home 2 2-1674.
1674. 2-1674. FOR SALE: Beautiful hand
made pollera, for tlx years old
girl. Price $30.00. Juan B.
Sosa St. No. 1 2 Apartment 9 Pa Pa-.
. Pa-. nama.
FOR SALE: Writing desk libra library
ry library table. Black Br Decker 5 inch
saw attachment. 0813 Plank St.
Balboa,
You ewe It to yourself. Call me
for best deal before yei buy any
car or set of five irons. Telep Telephone
hone Telephone Quarry Height 2209.
FOR SALE: Outstanding selec selection
tion selection of choice U. 5. and European
Christmas oraamentsyecret4eB
and lights for tiomes, storctyr
clubs and organisation. American
Supply Co. "J" St. 13-06.
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FOR SALE: Overstuffed I sec section
tion section 7 piece living ream suite,
extra Steptable 143 1 Ispava
Margarita 3-1126.
FOR SALE: Furniture in perfect
conditio CHEAP: Vanity $15;
child's wardrobe, $15; sofa, $10;
' apholstered everstuffed chair,
$5; 2 upholstered chain, $4
each, 1 corner tablet S, 'each;
teiaphon 3-6050.
FOR SALE : Mahogany dining dining-room
room dining-room table and four chain,
painted black. $20.00. 760-D.
Balboa.
FOR SALE: Norge automatic
washing machine-, good condi
tion, Purchased! new February
1956. $75.00. Phone 86-3137.
Strong Kobbe
Grabs PAAF
The Fort Kobbe boxing team,
strona in depth and ring "know
how,' waltzed sway with the 1957
Panama Area Armed Forces
(PAAF) boxing championship Sat
urday night t Albrook, Air t orce
Base's Hangar 3.
Before hundreds of enthusiastic
spectators, the Regulars had ve
ry little trouble unseating defend
ing titilist, Fort Clayton.
Winners of eight of 10 bouts,
three hy TKOs, the new cham
ptons were virtually assured of the
team title before ring announcer,
Milt Moore, started the evening's
festivities. With six Kobeites tak
ing part in the light welterweight,
light middle and heavyweight
Steve Dunmores foe, Darnell
Sandord of Fort Clayton, failing
to show for the weigh in, the
Regulars had four crowns tucked
safely away in their hip pocket.
. Two .1956 i PAF champions -Clayton's
Plummer Dinsmore and
Dave iMerfllt 'i successfully de
fended their laurels before the o-
verflow crowd.
Flyweight Dinsmore and light lightweight
weight lightweight Meritt became two time
crownholders swith explosive one one-round
round one-round knockouts over their "oppo "opponents.
nents. "opponents.
Dinsmore sent his opponent, Ur Ur-v0o,
v0o, Ur-v0o, Manzanares of AJbrook to
the canvas with a short chopping
left hook; After feeling out his op
ponent tor the first tew seconds,
Dinsmore, at 112 pounds, pranced
around the squared circle like a
leopard about to spring upon his
prey.
After pawing at Manzanares with
his right, Dinsmore saw the open
ing be had hoped for. Faking a
right, PAF's flyweight e h a m p
then unloaded a left that landed
flush on the jaw of his opponent.
Manzanares hit the canvas with
a thud but seemed to shake off
the effects of the blow, eettine to
his knees at the count of six. How However.
ever. However. Albrook 's representative fail
ed to make it up when referree Al
uuidet reached 10 at 1:14 of the
first round.
Merritt. who had reached the
finals' with a long winning streak
intact, won the only other fight
of the evening not taken by the
7 cnamps.
The devastating lishtweuht ti-
tleholder ripped his opponent, Thur
man Jefferson of Fort Kobbe'i
with rights and chopping left's
After being staggered with a left
hook the Kobeite left himself
wide open to the forceful attack
of Merit, A ripping right to the
he ai put Jefferson on the canvas
at 1:42 of the opening round.
The evening's TKOs were award
ed to Fort Kobbe's Al Flemmg,
bod Young ana .waiace Kyan o-
ver Don Hopper of Kobbe, Willie
Hipps of Clayton and J. D. Atkins
of Fort Kobe, respectively
Decisions went to Kobbe's Je Jerome
rome Jerome Dawson over Felix Romano
of Albrook AFB, Boby Brooks of
Kobbe over Lawrence Long of Ar
my Atlantic, Booker T. Crosby of
Kobbe over teammate Clarence
James and Kobbe's Th u r m a n
fletcher over Lester Powel of
Fort Clayton.
Here are the highlights of the
finals:
Flyweight The 5S champ,
Dinsmore, had little trouble in
putting his opponent to the cafl-
vas. urvano Manzanares was seni
to the floor with a short, chop chopping
ping chopping left hook at 1:14 of the open
ing rouna.
Bantamweight AJbrook's Felix
Romano came storming out of his
cbriier at the bell, bobbing and
weaving, but a few solid o'ows
bv Jerome Davwn of Kobbe slow
ed him down. Dawson's solid bo
dy blows and good combinations
and his ability to avert Romano's
KO blows gained him a unani unanimous
mous unanimous decison. S'
; Featherweight Kobbe's Steve
iSunmore won this one br a for
feit. His opponent, Darnell Saad-jJ
ford of Fort Oaytoa failed to
show for the weigh-in. -. h
Lightweight The '56 defending
champ. Dave Merritt, dashed and'
of his corner whea the bell sound J
ed with one thing in mind, a KO.
And whea the smoke had cleared
in the ring at 1:41 of the peeing
stansa, his opponent, Thurmaa Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson of Fort Kobbe, was off the
canvas. '-.--
Light Welterweight -4a one of
0e most disputed bouts of the
evening Kobbe's Al Fleming was

awarded a TaO ever teammate

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Don Hopper. Referee Al Guidet
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Welterweight In the evening's
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Middleweight J- Boh 'Young of
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a TKO at 1:43 when referee Joe'
Chapman stopped the fight.
Thurman Fletcher raced across
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advantage disadvantage from the" start. After
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opening anoments of-he. first
round Ryani came around with a
rouhd-hoe left that sent Akins
dowK Atkins managed to make
it tip bu Chapman stopped the
fight atJL:20, ; - J
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3:30 Janet Dean, RN
4:00 Eye On New York
4:30 TRADING POST
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5:00 Spike Jones
5:30 PANORAMA

7:00 The Goldberg
7:3 Arthur Murray
8:00 Ozark Jubilee
9:00 Mike Wallace Interview
9:30 Walter Wlnchell
10:00 Wrestling
11:00 CFN NEWS
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A down-to-the-wire entertainment spectacular on radio and television at the Caribbean Forces Network is
. i i.-:- La fnnnl 7nni llnifprl FnnH drive for $134 000 this weekend. 51

nnainq aown rne curium v .. .... a.
The ambitious undertaking, which will bring to the Canal Zone audience practically every available bit of

talent in the area, started at noon today, t will close when the goa us met
The telethon is a direct bid for contributions to the 18-agency United Fund for full value received won
derful entertainment and competition.
The fund total Wednesday stood at $102,594.17 76.5 per cent of the goal.

, United Fund officials emphasized from enough people may be gen.
todav that the telethon is aimed erated over the air to '.'convince':

at having "a lot of fun" in thea psecific individual to.singapar to.singapar-closing
closing to.singapar-closing hours of the first such ticular song. Or, a pledge, may be
consolidated drive in the Canal bid for a specific song-r-on which

Zone. another pledge may he entered to

talk the station out of piaymg it,

in order

at'r" of re

air.

As of soon today, the official
headqua-U-s for Uk Canal Zone
TiitoH Fund were in the

knilriine at Fort Clayton

Tr 9TA9

jVtY men, I
others making cpntriuutions will

make them at al I'V"'

ingi ah .... -
... he read over the

n the meantime, toiepnone coo coo-tributions
tributions coo-tributions will be handled by o
group of volunteer .i"""
ho will be answering b.rJ
of telephones especially install, u
for the occasion.

tainmnt acts wm
, r.cific donations

SrV'whkh may b. "IW
rionil donation! pre son d

lorm of Peil 9' or

donations.
The USARCABIB transportation

tne raaio -'' ": r.-a t

U.n nri Dersons wi;ii...s

i rinnatiou will have

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A battery of adding machines
will keep track of the donations
from the Canal Zone Company Company-Government,
Government, Company-Government, the Army, Navy, or

managers.andall Air Force; as well as donations

trom special gin.; yieuges; uuna uuna-tions
tions uuna-tions earmarked for specific agen agencies
cies agencies in the United Fund.

It is hoped that arrongments
can bt accomplished on tho At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side to pick up donations
plodgod by phone from thoro.

They hope that "gimmick" All in all, the telethon promis-

typi donations will b suggest- es to be the most ambitious show

ed by the audienoi to maintain ever attempted by CFN and Ca

a high degree of ntertainment nal Zone residents were urged to

until tho goal is reached. keep their sets on during the en
For instance, suffkent pledges tire show.

requests

tabula-

bids of any

in the

unit

to call

it picked

"c bs will a',0 be available
. x u u,i.h to come to

Se'E ion studios to make a
presentation or perform for the
"a keyman authorized to prepare
receiptor donations will be rid riding
ing riding in each of the cabs.

7500 Russian Sailors Lose Their Lives

As Admiral Nixes 'Abandon Ship Order

Dr. Samuel Aycock
Relires From PC C

After 28 Years Here

Dr. Samuel D. Aycock. chief of

the Outpatient Service In rncnJ

ooio iiospnai, was tne. oniy em

pioye w retire irom qanal aerv
ice during: the month of Novem

ber.

A member of the Canal Zone

Health Bureau since 1928, Cr. Ay

cocic servea a year of his Intern!

ship at Gorgas Hospital. This

month, he? completed 28 years.

m montns ana 12 aays of canal

service.

The tfOiWe with child psychol psychology
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understood it.

Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
U hours ending 8 a.m. today,
I nrepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological "and Hydrographle
Branch of the Panama Canal
rnmninr:

Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High
Low

HUMIDITY:
High
Low

86
75,

93
71

WIND:
(max. mph) NW-14
RAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81

SATURDAY, NOV. 30

84

94
79

-15
1.17

82

High
9:58 a.m.
10:38 pm,

Low
4:02 a.m.
4:18 p.m.

COPENHAGEN, Nov. 29 (UP)
A 23,000 ton Soviet battleship sank
in the Black Sea two years ago
with a loss of 1,500 lives, a Dan

ish newspaper said today.

The Bonn (West Germany) cor correspondent
respondent correspondent of the Danish paper
Berlinske Tidendo said this was

disclosed by Red Navy Capt. Lev.

Prestischevski who defected to'

Western Germany recently.

The ship was the 23,000-ton No

vorossisk, formerly the Italian
Guilo Cesare, the paper said.
According, to the Russian view,
the ship was too weakly armed
when delivered by Italy in 1948
and consequently it was "modern "modernized"
ized" "modernized" at the Nikolayev yard, get getting
ting getting such heavy guns that its sea seaworthiness
worthiness seaworthiness was vastly reduced,
Predtschevski said.
The disaster occurred when the
ship was entering Sevastopol har harbor
bor harbor after the Autumn manuevers
in 1955.
Suddenly, an explosion tore a
huge hole in her side and the ships

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THE
STRANGEST
ALLIANCE

THIS SIDE OF
HEAVEN
01 HELL!

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Foolproof Cedillas
Due To Be Issued
In RP Next July
New citizenship certificates
(cedulas) will be Issued in the

Provinces of Panama, colon
Chiriaui and Veraguas next Ju

ly, It was revealed today by I3ias

Pinllla, president oi tne Eiecto
ral Tribunal.

Pinllla said new application

forms are being drafted and will

be distributed as soon as tney

are completed.

He added that an appropria

tion of $176,000 is included in the

next budget for the purchase of

modern equipment, omce sup

plies, rental and expenses of a

proposed office which will have
complete charge over the dis

tribution of foolproof citizenship
certificates to Panamanians and

foreigners.
Christmas Gifts

Needed To Cheer
Palo Seco Folks

The patients of Pato Seco Le Leprosarium,
prosarium, Leprosarium, which is maintained by
the Panama Canal, again this
year are looking forward to
Christmas and' the generosity of
Isthmuns in making their noli
days festive.
According to St. Mary's Mission
in Baihoa, inmates alrcacy have
indicated types iii gifts they hope
to receive. Items sought range
from a toy, a y'pe a striped bed bedspread
spread bedspread to a radio

Of the over 12C patients at Pa

lo Seco, the M-.iallest girl is only
five y:ars old the youngest boy
is but nine. The ML-'on is ask

ing for contributions to bring

cheer to the coioy at Ciiistmas,

commander was about to let the
screw abandon the ship, when the
deputy commander of the Black
Sea navy, Adm. Parchomenko, or ordered
dered ordered all officers and hands to
stay aboard.
Two tugboats tried to ground the
sinking warship on a sand barrier
outside the harbor, but still in
tow the ship, suddenly capsized
and sank within four minutes,
dragging 1500 officers and crew crew-members,
members, crew-members, who were caught below
deck, to the bottom.

An investigation, committee soon
established that the explosion was

caused by a German mine from
World War II.

Parchomenko, who hd issued

the fatal order that killed 1500 sail

ors, was later court martialled and

degraded as responsible for the

disaster, the newspaper said.

Thomas W. Reid
Dies; Funeral
Tomorrow At 4

Thomas W. Reid, an oldtime
Barbadian resident of the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, died Monday in Santo To To-mas
mas To-mas Hospital.

The funeral will take place to

morrow at 4 p.m. Services will
be conducted by the Ven. Arch

deacon Lemuel B. Shirley of St.
Paul's Church. Burial will follow

In the Herrera Cemetery.

Mr. Reid came to the Isthmus

during the early days of the con

struction of the Panama Canal,
through the instrumentality of
the American government and
worked as a carpenter until his
retirement.
He was 78 years of age and a

member, of the Barbadian Pro Progressive
gressive Progressive Society. He is survived

by his son Adolphus A., a daueh

ter Sarah, a nephew, cousins and

many, relatives in Barbados.

Reenlislmenl Rales
In Panama Area
High For September

A substantial Increase in the

Panama area reenlistment rates
during September and October was
announced by Capt. Edward Mack
U.S. Army Caribbean's recruiting

Officer.
In September the command's re re-enlistment
enlistment re-enlistment rate was 26.6 per Cent
as compared to the Department
of the Army's average of 25 per
cent. There were no comparative
percentages for October, but the

Panama area's 321 percentisex-

pected to surpass the DA average

once again.

In the Panama area 30 top three
graders reenlisted out of 42 eligi

ble for reenlistment. Among the
lower grades 14 out of 95 eligibles
reenlisted.

The percentages recorded dur

ing the past two months is atribut-

ed mainly to the great number of
reeni;;tees at Fort kobbe. During

October the percentage there was
55.5 as compared with 42.9 at

Fort Amador, 25.1 at" Fort Clayton.

25 at Quarry Heights, 18 2 at

Fort tiulicic and 8.3- at Fort Da
vis.

ifiHil, ..i

DR. SAMUEL AYCOCt

Russian Scientists

rv i f r.,

Muavina

Says Sputniks

bo ar Kadiation

Cosmic.

. MOSCOW, Nov. 2? (UP)-Tha acltn tilts in chare of Russia's Sputniks todav

disrriissj ,fcuiatl6ri' jrv th Wt that th .first two arth satellites. f are -.making
measurements of the earthy as they crfss cross Its surface, i-'vl-, 'v

The Soviet experts said that instead their latest Sputnik Is oanMntratinon1.

the etudy of ,j cosmic 1 ad olar f Radiation. k r$

. Earth measuremente from near space are considered an eventual

Sputnikf .and $ a vital one. "Long-range m issiles require such

aiming.

ralaatoh'.'for''

A native .of Mlllington, Ten

nessee, he took his medical

training; in the unlversitv of

Tennessee In Memphis and was

an intern in the Baptist Memo

rial Hospital In Memphis before

coming to the Canal zona.

After a year ag an intern at

oorgas. Dr. Aycock became a
physician on the staff M that
hospital in 1927. In 1930. he was

transferred to Cristobal as Qua

rantine Doctor and during the

last war served here with the
U.S. Army Medical aervice as

signed to duty with the Panama

canal.

For many years, Dr. Aycock

was dispensary physician at Co

lon Hospital.: Since the transfer
of the Colon. Hospital to Coco

Solo in 1954, Jie has been chief of

the Outpatient Service.

Dr. and Mrs. Aycock are to sail

rom Cristobal tomorrow tor New

York aboard the Panama liner

Ancon. They will visit with their

son, David, in Texas before- con continuing
tinuing continuing to California where they

win make tneir future home in

Red Bluff. y :

Some deatils of the Sputniks' o

Derations were disclosed in reply

to a Questionnaire submitted by

United Press Oct. 26 on behalf of

group of astronomers in Cam

brige.' Mass;

Partial replies came- from the

International Geophysical .fear

projects in Russia including Sput

nik iaunchinss.

One of the Cambridge questions

was "Are measurements of the

earth being made?"; The Soviet

committee's reply was a simple
"no." '. r-.'.
There was im raply at-all to
tha Cambridge quotiM to
"How many ttagat "were usd
In the rocbat and what was the
reflectivity ef the final ttajo?"
But it was made clear for the
first time that Sputnik II is. using
ordinary silver-zinc batteries with

mercury oxide elements and not

solar or nuclear energy, as h a s
been speculated in the West.
Here are, the other Cambridge
questions and the answers receiv

ed from V. Troitskaya, secretary
of the Soviet iGY-committee r

1. "Just what information is be

ing telemetered down from the
satellite,' specifically (a) are you

getting cosmic ray information;

GIrard Senlence

Far Too Lenient!
DA Asks Retrial

iacmillan Says US

anr( Launch Attac

rom British Bases

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Kick In The Shins
For Santa Evens
Last Year's Score

LONDON, Nov. 29 UP)-Some-

iimes even santa Claus can't win.
An early bird Santa was spread spreading
ing spreading Christmas cheer in a depart department
ment department store today when in walked

a disgruntled young customer.

The small bov hauled off

kicked Santa in the shin.

That." he announced. i

last Christmas."

He walked out.

and
for

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23 Shop-Lifting

I Days Until Xmas

Scotland Yard

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LONDON, Nov. 29 (UP) Scot Scotland
land Scotland Yard appealed to the public

tooay not w mane the Christmas

season a shop-lifters holilay.

With only 23 shop-lifting days
left till Christmas, motorists were
asked to leave their cars outside

tne city proper. If they must brine
them, at least park them in au authorized
thorized authorized parking lota or garages.
"Do not make jour car a shop
window of Christmas foods." the

I Yard advised shoppers.
!( The move was made kin the light
of these faets:
Last December, in London
lone, thieves stole property worth
more than" $280,(40 from parked
.cars. They also stole at least 12.-

800.000 worth of Christmas items
from department stores.

Caillard Rejects
Offer By Tunisia
And Morocco
PARIS, Nov. 29 (UP) Pre Premier
mier Premier Felix Galllard today re rejected
jected rejected Morocco and Tunisia's of offer
fer offer to referee the Algerian rebel

lion.
"The -political-foundations of
France are not open to change."
he said.
"Nor will we accept the Inde Independence
pendence Independence of Algeria."

Pension Checks
Distributed
At New Place

Residents of Panama City
drawing pensions checks under
the Panama Canal Disability Re Relief
lief Relief Act received their checks at
a new place today.
-They lined up outside the for former
mer former dispensary in Ancon, where
checks will be distributed until
the former Ancon Post Office is
converted for the Treasurer's
use.
A long line formed early,
wound all around the building
and across the lawn. At noon noontime,
time, noontime, many pensioners were still
in line, and new ones were ar arriving.
riving. arriving.
Pensioners living on the Zone

receive their checks by mall.

Thanksoiving Meal
Worth $150 Stolen

BELGRADE. Mont.. Nov. 29

(UP) Two young men walked in

to a cafe here early todav and

stole the makings of y $150
Thanksgiving dinner while a wait waitress
ress waitress and 10 customers watched.
The thieves walked to the rear
of the cafe, lifted turkeys, chick chickens
ens chickens and oysters from the freezer,
and then walkel out the back door
to a waiting car.
Waitress Lila Furaholman shout shouted
ed shouted and her customers raced after
the thieves but not in time.

LONDON, Nov. 29 (UP V Prime

Minister Harold Macmlllan told

aroused Laborites today that

American planes carrying H H-bombs
bombs H-bombs could not launch a nu

clear attack from British bases
without the permission of the

British government.

, Macmlllan said in a speech be before
fore before the House of Commons that
the U.S. government has given

"firm undertaking that these

bases -will not be used for mill

tary operations except in agree

ment with the British govern

ment." i

Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd

raised a storm of Laborlte criti

cism yesterday when he reveal

ed that American planes were
carrying- H-bombs on routine pa

trols out of Britain.

Labor leader Hugh Gaftskell

asked Macmlllan if the British
veto power applied to planes in
the air as well as oh the ground.

There Is no distinction whe

ther the aircraft Is. as it were

sitting on the airfield ready to

take off,-or on patrol or on

training duties in the air," Mac
millan Teplied.
Macmlllan said Britain obtain

ed the veto power In the first
agreement on .American bases

made by Earl Attlee's Labor gov government
ernment government in 1948.
Macmlllan said both Royal Air
Farce and American, planes fly

ing training and patrol missions
carry nuclear weapons. s

"But they are carried In : a
form which is technically called
'not armed an expression to

cover the fact that they can not
be made active without consid considerable
erable considerable technical adjustment he
said. ;

The Prime Minister said that

there was no danger of one of
the bombs exploding if a plane

crashed on a training mission. I

MAEBASHI. 'Japan (UP) The

Maebashi district procurator s of

fice, dissatisfied with the suspend suspended
ed suspended sentence given Illinois GI Wil

liam S. Gh-lrd, decided Wednes-

ay- to setk retrial and prison

term for the blond Army truck

driver in the Tokyo appeals court.

District Procurator Kaname Wa

tanabe was to fie to Tokyo today

to -consult the Tokyo higher proc

urator's office and tne omce oi

the procurator general and recom

mend an appeal against the Mae

bashi district court decision Nov,

19 which a spokesman termed

'much, too lenreiit." v v
The deadline for an appeal is

Dec. 1 just "two weeks after the
Maebashi tribunal convicted Sgt.
Girard of "inflicting bodily injury
leading to the death" of Mrs.
Nakl Sakai on the Camp Weir fir"

ing range Jan. 30.

Chief judge Yuzo Kawachi sen

tenced Girard to three years at

hard labor but, suspended the
prison term on the condition of his
gool behavior for four years. The
judgment would, in effect, permit
Girard to return to the United
States where, he would be outside

the jurisdiction of Japanese courts

m the future.
' Under the Japanese court sys

tern, both the defense and the

prosecution can appeal -a court

judgment. ..'.v

if the decision is to appeal, uir

ard must stand trial again in the

Tokyo high court.

H) are measurments of the earth

.eing made; (c) are you measur

ng uitra-red radiation: (d) a r

meteor .impact being recorded?"

Answer: "The first sputnik

only transmitted information on

its Internal perimeter: tempera
hire, and pressure. inside the con
tainerr -. .. i

"'The second Sputnik, injaddU

tures en the surface ef the con

tainer, transmitted data on the
Intensity of shortwave radiation

In vsriou seetora of the solar
spnctrunv-end -intensity ef cos cosmic
mic cosmic rays.' This Information was
obtained by nse. ef halogen mo-

tars."

. On measuring infra-red redia

tion: "No."

On recording meteor : impacts

No answer.

2. "How many stages were us

ed in the rocket and what was

the-, reflectivity y.A the i i h a 1

stage No reply.

3. "What. is 'the, comparative

size of the nose .cone, to the final

stage and what is the reflectivity

of the nose cone? no reply.-.

4. "What type .of batteries are

being used and what is their

wieght?

Answer: "Silver-zinc' batteries

with mercury oxide elements of
various weights and dimensions
depending on the apparatus to

whieh they supplied power."
Question 5, submitted before
the launching of Sputnik II,
was "When and what will be
your next attempt into outer
apace?- ..i. i

Businessman Given

5-Monlh Senlence
In Whisky Smuggle

A Panama businessman has

been sentenced to five months in

nrison on charges of smuggling

whisky into Panama,

The five -month sentence arid

a fine of $5500 was imposed on

Manuel Gustavo Barci after ap appealing
pealing appealing a 12-month sentence and

an $11,500 fine imposed oy tne
Administration of Internal Rev

enue.
The reduced, sentence and fine
wan ordered by the executive

nower and confirmed by the

Court of Administrative- Litiga

tions. : r

Barcia is accused of bringing
large quantities of whisky Into
the country without paying the

required duty.

Complete Cast, Crew Of 'Naked And Dead' To Start

Shooting Film In Panama's Jungle Setting Dec 11

Colon Group Names
.",: i V'.1:.. :.. .... r. i p

Robert W.

'Excellent Citizen'
'' ".- tf--v.-

, The Colon Municipal Council, in
a special ceremony last night in
the Municipal Palace, declared

Robert W. Weise, Jr., US. con consul
sul consul in. Colon, a "meritorious era-

W -of .the municipality. A scroll

witn, tne text pi me resoiuuon. a
dopted by the' council on-November
7 was nreiented to Weise.-

The ceremony 'was attended .Thy

Panamanian officials and .mem

bers of the consular corps in Co Colon
lon Colon together with many other dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished citlrens of the Republic.

The resolution carries the signa signatures
tures signatures of Council President' Jorge

A. Gregoire and Secretary .Rafael
E. Corcho Osorio. It states that:
"Mr.sWeise. an excellent citisen,

has been carrying on, his respon responsibilities
sibilities responsibilities as I American consul in
Colon since October 1955 to the ut utmost
most utmost safisf action of the communi community
ty community durine which time he has pro

moted With; enthusiasm the ties of
friendship and 'good neighborhood

between Americans and Panamanians."-
'
Also the Municipal Council said

it was honoring Weise because of
his cooperation with- the Ministry
of Education in tht "work ,at cultu

ral betterment for the com mumty
through his active participation in

Former Zone Chief
OrilcenseJecjion

Dies In Missouri

jch datal for ioourato

- Although there was' ne- dtreet
antwor te thie th. Soviets re replies
plies replies included information on the
second satellite.; " 1
The Cambridge scientist submit
ted. the questions m 'Commenting
on a United Presa dspatch -i ii
which Bona Cera so V 'of the Soviet
committee o International Affair
said .information about the jateK jateK-lite
lite jateK-lite was passed oa -to: the entire

-4 i.

Rockel May Plunge
Io Earth Hear Cuba,

Predict Scisnfisis

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Vavvi
fUP-aJScientigts said todav the

rocketwhicb, i'laimched' man'a
first Satellite was -eircilriir the

earth. i at evervincreasing speed
and -"probably will die sometim
Sunday." Js

1
Dr. Charles X; "Whitney, astro

physicist for the Smithsonian As As-Irophysical.
Irophysical. As-Irophysical. vObservatorv, said

more details, of the rocket's de destruction
struction destruction will be known Satuis
day. Whitney said computations
which will be completed then
will enable him to nredlct the

of its occurrence. t

The Smithsonian : has called

fbr. a world aler. lot the1 Russian

rocket's death trial,1 Scientist
say the reports of observer
probably will be-used to help
them try to find remains of the

cigarfsnaped object.

fiomeUclentist at the observe

story said there is chace the 4
rocket will nlunee to earth lit

ing its passage over the CaV
bean Sea near Cuba, Silday
night, y i : r

ClotlineTiiief r r

Nabbed; By.ToIice

A -14rvearold clothesline thief ;

has been Dlaced-under the in-

riadiction of the Minor's Court (
by Panama police authorities.
The boy. whose name was not

revealed, was caueht near Mnl

ler's building orr Central Avenue
in the act Aof -stealing clothes
hung out to dry, ; ?

Questioned bv the National

uuara, ne said he slept in pas- i

sageways at night and scroiing-

ea arouna in tne dayume fpr
food.
He claimed his mother Js in
the United States and his father k!.'
lives In the Interior,

:.75 .40

The first full scale motion nic

ture with complete east and crew

'o be shot in Panama in more than
30 years will start production Dee.
11. when Hollywood's RKO Studios

will film Norman Mailer's best
selling war novel. "The Naked and
he Deader
In the starring role js Aldo Ray
tr platoon sergeant Croft Co-star

ring with him is Cliff Robertson,

ii Broadway, as Lieutenant Hearn.

The South Pacific war emc will

be filmed in Warner Color and

CineraaScope. This was a last

minute decision baaed on the find-J

ngs of Joserm "Vhm. orouetion

manager, and Ted Ha worth, art

director, who were here the first
of this month.
frier plana were to sheet the
mevie in black end white, but
RKO new wants te take arfvaln arfvaln-ae
ae arfvaln-ae ef the spectacular celer set
tmoi ef the ungle, beachx and
mountains in Panama. iiahty-five-per
cent of t will be thot
here wHH only the interiers film film-ed
ed film-ed in Nolfywd. -. -Final
arranrements are under

way this ereek for U. S. Army's
partkipatioo of troops and equip equipment.
ment. equipment. r - T t -- i j

Mai. Vernon T. Jones, teehni-i

eal advisor to the movie from the

Los Anceles branch of the Chief!

of Information, Department ef the 'first drama coarui o Broadway;

Army, arrived this week with

Behm and Haworth. .Also here is
Harry Friedman, publicist,' and
Edward O'Carrol, auditor. .
Fourteen ctora- and 40 .crew
memhsTa including cameramen,
sound, makeup, costumes.- special

effects, construction and proper

ty men, and two assistant direc directors
tors directors will be arriving here irom
time to time m small groups. All
will be ia Panama by December

- .

Producer : for "The Naked and

the Dead" is Paul Gregory, who

has produced, among others, such

hits as 'Don Juan in Hell", the

"Crescendo, a recent 90 -minute

TV, spectacular starring Rex Har

rison and the movies "Night of

the HunteT' and 'The Came Mu

tiny". v
Reeul Walsh, famous for fu's
direction ef tr4 Flynn end Doc
.las Feirbank mli, end "let
tie Cry", will direct.
Behm nandled the production ior
"Love Is A Many Splendored

Thing", "CarouieJ- and the first
CinemaScope production "The

Robe.?- - ri
Haworth just completed "Saye "Saye-nora,"
nora," "Saye-nora," a story ef U.S. servicemen
and Japanese girls, starring Mar Marlon
lon Marlon Brando. .'; . i

Leslie R.) Evans, formerly chief

of the Csnal Zone S License Sec Section,
tion, Section, died at. his -home in Bolivar.

Missouri, M.onaay.vmormng aiier
a long illness, according to news

received by friends on r the Isth Isthmus.'
mus.' Isthmus.' He was 35 years Old.

Mr. Evans was retired from ac

tive service witbithe Canal- orga

nization in July 1955,, and; since

that time had been maung nis

home in Bolivar. He had h e e n
seriously ill fori, the Past lour
months.

Born in Wisconsin. Mr. Evans

came to the canai zone in ivm

to work for the Civil Affairs Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. All of his 13 years pi serv service
ice service with the Canal was with the
License Section and from. 1945 to
the time of bis retirement, he
w chief of that unit

H. is survived by-hi wife' and
twe Voung sons, John and Paul,
all of whom were with, hhn at
the pme of his deata. -.
. I. i i -

Two Civil Defense
Units -Will Meet
Wednesday A.M.
"A Joint meeting of th,e Margarita-New
Cristobal units of the Ca

nal Zone Civil Defense Volunteer
Corps will be held on Dee. S at
a.m. at the Margarita Service
Cemerr -, :: -
Mrs. Charlotte Kennedy, Civil
Defense instructor, will give a

demonstration on now to impro improvise
vise improvise equipment for home nursing.
AO members' of the Civil De Defense
fense Defense Corps ia these communities'

are urged te attend this meeting.
vuesU are -Invited, -

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