The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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Panama -- Panama


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

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HOMEWARD and - '
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83rd- YEAR JV'V'
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;.SHINGiov 30 UP)- ;Th United States
Commelrc DeDartmnt said today that Panama's potential

"mineral And petroleum r sources hvs attracted the In Interest
terest Interest pf foreign Investors1 1
KjiThe5' piriama; government according to 'a: v United
: States Embassy fepprt published In the (Commerce De Department's
partment's Department's foreign commerce weekly, Is considering re requests
quests requests of two' United States aluminum manufacturers to
explore and develop bauxite in Chiriqui and Veraguas pro

vinces. f;ii::i0l v?
W. "Cctosiderable ; explor a 1 1 o n
,wdrlt has been done by these
companies, but the government
deterred contract awaraa uxnu
it could study similar contracts
granted by other countries," the
S.(The Kaiser 'Aluminum Com Com-Tanv
Tanv Com-Tanv was granted a contract to
J Chiriqui ,, recently) p. ; ,'r
. Ah United t Biawj vpewvBuiu.
company has Purohased two
nnsskns of t.750,000 hectares
i, iher United :: milt Company
purchased 7 l)0000rhectare
1 ca concession, which,' covers
most of its pacuw oana
H' Twenty-two new j
Vnnnession were 5 granted by
tf- ... '.
Dy Queen Eliiabelh;
, lOlfDON, Nov., 80 (UP)TThe
taborlte Dally Herald,, said to to-day
day to-day the Queen has found -a
i fresh voung friefad oi her o
,age.,She is an American,
i ., Queen snuus wie
j the Herald's-' gossiff columnist
n;y Fieldlnald .Princess
'iGrace' Pf Mouacct lortner
Hollywood princess 3tace -Xel-
lv "hit it off Very well with
"th QUeen,".'. K
Grace and her .husband
Yrince, Rainier lunched with
the Oueen this weeK, s
' Fielding went on: "They left
with promises to see each other
. again. And the Queen Was most
hanoy About the meeting
The columnist said Jihe court
- officials around tne wuees naa
', sought to leave "the Kellv girl"
! ':' But "Queen Elizabeth invited
' her to .lunch as a princess,"
; Fieldmg" said.
French f Mint VasI
Military Movement,
!?? .Mern Algeria
ALGIERS. Nov. 30 (UP) Two

' "vast"; military operations are
, underway against rebel forces in
the mountains near Oran in
eastern 91gerla, French officials
aai today. f
, No details- of the two-pronged
- campaign were yet available. ;
The; area, located close to' the
Moroccan-Algerian border, is
one of the hotbeds of nationalist
activity. The French charge reb reb-s
s reb-s et forces continually: slip? back
V and forth across the Moroccan

: border for hit-run. attacas in Al Al-.geria.4
.geria.4 Al-.geria.4 ; K". "v v
" In Oran, police i arrested 19
' ( rebel agents five of them
i 1 another sweep to
i break ud terrorist, cells in Alge-
- rlaa cities. ;' t .;
t In Constantlne, a military
- 1 niirt spnfpnrd tn death An Al.

vgerian who. once served in a
; French army: unit and who, with
three others, killed two French
; soldiers in .a .lonely outpost and

then went over to the rebel aide.

'? KissesB Caresses.

Ruled Mmprober'
; By Medical Croupr
LONDON. Nov. 30 fUP .The

: Genertt Medical Council formally

ceciaea "toaay.tnst it wis "im "improper"
proper" "improper" for. Drl Gwya Rhys Mor Mor-,
, Mor-, gin to kiss and caress a married
woman patient He was ordered to
. mend his ways. ..-
Morgan, .49, a phpsician from
Ystrad, Wales,- appeared before
- the council to detend himself
against charges that Ae main maintained
tained maintained an "improper relaflonship"
with Mrs. Ann Price, a patient,
between 1942 and 1955.
'" Morgan admitted "occasionally"
J kissing and caressing Mrs. Price,
. but denied adultery. He said Mrs.
Price chased after him to such an
- MtAt that he had to have a chap chap-erone.
erone. chap-erone. - ; ,

The- council rued that he was
'not guilty of adultery and said a
warning it bad itsued him "should
prov sufficient.
He could havt beta bused from

Panama between June 13 and

Sent. 3. I95T. brinffine total ree
istered claimi to 69. Three-year
exploration exploitation con
tract have been; awarded.
No drilling was yet under way
in the republic.
he Embassy report said that
Reilnerla y Petroqulmlca, s. A
selected Portobelo as site of a
petroleum refinery after the
government refused to approve
the establishment of an oil re'
finery in the Col6n Free Zone.
'Dear Old Mum's'
lion-Paying Tenants
SUNDERLAND, England, Nov,
29 (UP) Mrs. ; Margaret ROwe
said today she has no intention of
leaving her new home just i be because
cause because a former tenant's departed
mother haunts the place.
"No old ghost is going to frights-
en me," Mrs. Kowe aeciarea.
"I'm here to stay."
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dixon
fert that-way too when they moved
in a vear ago. Before that. Mrs.
Jane Aubrey and her mother had
uved there very happily for 24
years. So happily, in fact, said
Mrs. Aubrey, that her mother con continued
tinued continued in residence after she died.
'"Sometimes I heard tnv mother
taucing- toraynear tiead father
and I felt a hand touch mer Mrs.
Aubrey said., "iBut I wasn't afraid
ot the ghost M my dear old moth-
er -. s
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The Dixon's, began to feel dif
ferently about the host of "dear
old mother" shortly ,after they
moved in. They told their story
in court this week afer they had
been evicted for -refusincr to oav
ine rent. ;-: v. .
Moans, .groans, bumps and icy
fingers trailing through their hair
at midnight made the house some somewhat
what somewhat less .than cozy, Dixon com
plained. 4
One night, he felt the bed clothes
rise and four fingers jabbed him
in the ribs, hV said
He went to see his minister and
the, minister called the bishop,
called the bishop. The bishop
came and prayed in an effort to
exorcise- the spirits. But -mother
ghost-: stayed 'on.'f
Then they quit paying rent. The
landlords moved them into the
street, ana they were hailed into
court for neglecting their children
when they refused to turn the chil children
dren children over to k state home.
. The Dixonsfc story did not daunt
the new occupant of the. haunted
house. Mrs. Rowe nothing has
happened in the week she has
been there.
- "It will," said Mrs. Dixon. "Iti
London Tabfold
Saji US Press
Wants Ike To Quit
- London; Nov. so ojp)
Only the LaboriU Dally-Mirror
had a front page story on Pres President.
ident. President. Eisenhower today. It' was
neaaea ,rney au want Ike to
Resign :'-.'.
The Plmost five million a day
circulation tabloid quoted vari various
ous various stateside papers and said
"American newspaners are call calling
ing calling on President Eisenhower, 67.
to -resign despite continued
reports of excellent progress
after his stroke on Monday!
SEATO May Invite
Japan, Maldva
Nationalist China
BAGUIO, Philippines'; Nov. 29
(UP) The Southeast Asian TrMit
Organization may invite Japan,
Nationalist China and Malaya to
membership, it was reDorted to.
day. :
. A four-day" SEATO conference
oa Communist subversion closed
here, amid reports that the eight eight-nation
nation eight-nation defense alliance mirtit h
expanded. -Some
reports rail tho Rrnuhlit
of Korea also might be invited to
join. . ; ..
Present membership includes
the United States, -Britain, France, i
Australia, New Zealand, the Phil Philippines,
ippines, Philippines, Pakistan, and Thailand.

EDITOR'S' NOTE: The writer of

this piece furnished us with 1 the
following byline! ."I beg to remain
among your cowardly anonymous
contributors.", ?
. EVerv year.' as" the holidaysea-
son approaches. I reguiariy : oe-
come the victim of an assortment
of conflicts, doubts, .self-reproaches,
and euilt feelines.
VSee here." a stern inner voice
commands. "Are vou really going
to put up that crummy old mil
dewed Santa ciauson your iront
door: this year f;
"I suppose, so,'r, I -reply meek
"And another oia sera kbit
soruce tree with the same batter-
ed ornaments?" the voice sneers
"We're used to it" I say de
fensively. "It's a tradition, :
"Ha," says the voice. '"Where'
your imagination?; Your t a lc
ntT Why don't you jetSwif ot
that eld rut Abandon thfso
cliches. .the moldy tinsel,
these string of lights hold to to-gothor
gothor to-gothor with friction fapey end
those -misorablo lumpy knots ef -so-callod
iciclit." i v
After this. I amsant to head for
the magazine section of, the club clubhouse,
house, clubhouse, where I reluctantly part
with $1.25, and emerge with some something
thing something called "Better Houses and
Lawns Christmas Ideas," or zso
"things" which you can mane
yourself. V
it happenea again tne o i a e r
night. My husband land I came
home, shut the louvr so we could
hear each othen screaming above
the tropical downporfr on the tin
roof, and settled down for a cozy
evthine of magazines, : Christmas
plans, and occasional reminiscenc
eS i about our snowy ji, childhood.. -"Tho
trouble Ith' poo pie
lir," I said, "Is that thoy
don't do enough 'things for
themselves. They could mako all
kinds Of interesting ftthlngs out
of littlo old Odds and onds, the
way thoy do In the "States".
"What neonle?" said my, lius
band" suspiciously", And,, what
Bejeweled carrots from fany-taie
garden sport lush tops of gold-"
You pin gold beads on a hunch of
carrots and wire them to. the
door-knocker.'i I explained. ;' ; ;
"I don't want-r bunch of'ear of'ear-rots
rots of'ear-rots wired to the front door,- be
jeweled or otherwise,'? growled my
husband. '.'What's the matter
with the old plastic -.Santa
VYou have no Imagination,"''.!
replied. "Why don't you make a
tree- out of gilded" artichokes??'
I turned the pago vto things
made out of chicken wire, ot
which I have, several yards left
over from last y3r, when we
made a modern tree described, in
the book as a fantastic conversa
tion piece. r
It involved, besides the chicken
wire, pursuamng my nusoana to
take a day's annual leave to go
and buy it and get it welded into
a cone shape.
We sprayed it pink and stuffed
it with little, colored balls.. lc- ;
, Tho conversation, or 4he parte
that boar repeating: was usually
limited to one comment from;
some mystifttd guests: "Whit's
that old hunk of chicken wiro
doing on tho ceffto table". ,
I skipped .briefly over the dou-
ble-naee spread called "tBang up
Designs with Baioons."
i I have had enough dealings with
balloons. I am one of those peo
ple who can hang up '50 inflated
balloons for a child's birthday
party, and have every single one
of them explode like machine gun
fire the minute I start decorating
the cake. v
No one attending: a birthday
party at my house has ever seen,
an inflated balloon. They all think
that 1 decorate the house by hangi
ing up old pieces of shredded rub
ber on strings. ?
"Wo could have a tree made
of fringed aluminum foil plates,"'
I suggested. 1 we could man man-aga
aga man-aga to oat 40 froten tuna fish
pits between now and Christ
mas, we could use tho litt'n foil;
dishes, and it wouldn't celt lv
Mvthlna -.
hate' frozen tuna fish- pies,"
hi Ht short, b b-vildcring
vildcring b-vildcring worf
1961, He tUw
raiaed cobalt
Vmf4 Statn.
k Renin, Asi
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said yhjy husband; f'Think of sme sme-thing
thing sme-thing else." t&ti,-f;
g Ah, here -Is something;' 1
said. "Spools. A pyramid ,-t re e
made of empty spools, trimmed
with adhesive paper, beads and

sequins makes a gala trim, for our
table that will turn every holiday
meal into a restive occasion.
But i would I really feel like eat
mg on una gala holiday, .gazing
at my spool tree and remember-
ina that for each snoot I had
made six unsuccessful trips to the
Jtsaiboa commissary to buv some
white thread number 50?
: Would I feel victorious, each
spool a small triumph over Fate?
Or -would these memories depress
me?; ,-. r-
'Why did I have to save spools
anyway, Why couldn't I be con
tent just saving paper bags and
string nice otner people. The spools
no longer seemed very Christmas-
s- ."Wo could make someono a a-gift,"
gift," a-gift," I exclaimed, delighted to
changt tho subject. "Do wit
know anyone who would find it
terribly amusing to receive a
gjrbaje pail sprayed gold, doc
orated with rickrack and so-
gumor s
"I certainlv hone -not. rpnlipfl
my husband. "Besides, it m i t h t
give weir maid a nervous break
down, trying to. figure out what
it was."
He slunk down in his chair and
pulled his magazine firmly up a
round his ears., I continued to
browse through my $1.25 book;
Surely among 250 ideas there
would be one Just meant for us.
, .spectacular, simple, unusual.;
-;"Ah," I shouted suddenly. "This
w -it! you won't heheve it!"
ieanea ver to snow mm an ex
traordinary Christmas mantel dec
oration, a full-pige color photo
graph of unusual claritv.
"Concrete-blocks and old riding
boots! said my husband, the
words coming out s!owly, as if Joe
were just learning to read.
, 'Sprayed i?ue-green and g o d.
trimmned with dried njagpolia pods
The rest of tills trenrhaif. r
mark was drowned out by a-sud
aen ciap or tnunder,
Democrat's Charge
Of Veep's Defection
Tabbed 'Clap-Trap'
nepuoncans today dismissed as
"typical clap trap" a Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic charge that Vice President
Richard M. Nixon has ben disas disassociating
sociating disassociating himself from the "Eisen "Eisenhower
hower "Eisenhower personality." f ;
The charge was made last night
by the Democratic Digest, official
publication of the Democratic Na National
tional National Committee. The Digest said
Nixon apparently decided to aban abandon
don abandon the "Eisenhower personality"
because, it said the President's
popularity has been waning since
last spring.
jy .It added that "Nixon has been
acting like a man who has decided
to abandon a slowly sinking ship
vmi m sucn a way as to suggest
that he is merelp going for a
Rep. Leslie C. Arends (R-Ill),
Republican House Whin, labeled
the charge "typical Democratic
A spokesman for the Renublican
National Committee said "whoever
wrote that must have been smok
ing an opium pipe; it s not worth
commenting on."
the Digest also criticized the
President's recent "golfing holi
day" in Georgia in the wake of
the Russian Sputniks. It said the
Sputniks have become a "symbol
oi American i complacency since
Eisenhower's reelection last year.
Rep. Dewitt S. Hyde tR-Md)
said the; Democrats must be in
"a bad spot to be making any
criticism on that." He said testi testimony
mony testimony before the Senate Pprepared-
ness subcommitte has proved"
the U. S. missiles program "didn't
even get under way
under way until Eisen-
bower came into office,
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Pi(la mepa ming Pledge

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)7- Defense lawyer Ramon Palacios Indicated last night that al alleged
leged alleged triggerman Ruben O. Miro might not "name names" as he
had promised previously jf or fear that some danger may befall
him.-';,.-: 1 ;.;."''-';V !'--' -
;-,. During; yesterday afternoon? session of the Remon assassi assassination
nation assassination trial, Palacios, who is in the third day of his final ad address,
dress, address, flatly stated that there are other persons besides Miro
and six other defendants who know exactly what happened at
the Juan Franco racetrack on the night of Jan. 2, 1955.
He added that Miro. may have some indication who those

persons are but was under no
"because nis Jiie couia oe in
British Antarctic
Ship Hits Ice,
Starts Sinking
tONDON, Nov. 30 (UP)
Britain's Antarctic exploration
ship shacklcton crashed into a
miniature iceberg and started
sinking today off the Antarctic
Dumping cargo... Got
Iraats out..." the 1,100 town
vessel reported in a message
relayed to the British Admi Admi-;
; Admi-; ralty;f by the British whaier
Southern Harvester,
' The Shackleton, with an es estimated
timated estimated 50 persons aboard, said
it. struck' vthe iceberg; neai? th?
South -Orkney Islands in the
extreme South Atlantic and
was" headed toward. Uruguay
Cove on Laurie island, one ff
'the. Orkneys. .....
-The ship's latest message
trt. "Nnw at Uruauav Cove. i
DUmnlnsr 'carsio. Got boats out.
Please atand by."
The area is the sama in
which Sir Ernest Henry Shac Shackleton,
kleton, Shackleton, for whom the Shackle Shackle-ton
ton Shackle-ton wafc '"named, lost his own
shin, the Endurance; in an ice
pack In February of 1915,
1 Shackleton escaped in an
open boat along the Antarctic,
coast down the Palmer. Pen Peninsula
insula Peninsula to South Georgia. The
famed Antarctic explorer died
of a heart attack on his third
polar expedition in 1923 ana
war burled at South Georgia
iThe Shackleton left the Pali-'
landMslands two weeks ago to
resupply and exchange scien scien-tiftft
tiftft scien-tiftft nersonnel at the British
outnosts circline the Weddel
sea off the coast of Antarctica,
CftDtain Norman Brown, at el
Britain' vouneest suonlv cap
tain, sent his first S.O.S., at
K-4A a m
. "Am in trouble. Hit ice, at
imeed." he reDOrted. i
The nearest rescue vessel, the
Southern Harvester, was a dP.ys'
vovee away.
"We are standing by with
whale boat to go to rescue.
We are. 240 miles from Shackle Shackleton"
ton" Shackleton" the southern Harvester
The armored net-layer Pro Protector,
tector, Protector, a unique tvpe of ice icebreaker,
breaker, icebreaker, set out from South
Georgia. 500 miles and 411 hours
away, to, reach the Shackleton.
'"" Brown's second message rt"
norted: "Water nearly n t
'tween Hecks. Boats slung out.
Cargo floating." r-
The third messasre Indicated
he Shackleton had reached
Urueuay Cove and was unload-
in? the cargo.
Based on
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obligation to say who they are
Miro has been promising to
name the real killers ever since
he retracted his confession early
in 1955.
At a press conference in the
Carcel Modelo last July, the al alleged
leged alleged triggerman said he would
identify the real assassins on
the day of the trial.
During the trial, challenged
by special prosecutor Luis C C-Abrahams,
Abrahams, C-Abrahams, Miro said he would
tell all he knows at the end of
the trial before the Jury begins
its deliberations.
Yesterday's statements by Pa Palacios
lacios Palacios contained signs a turna turnabout
bout turnabout in the nonchalant 46-year-old
Miro's plans,
paiaclos was still addressing
the Jury last night when the
afternoon session was suspended
until tnis mprning at 8:30.
The young defense lawyer
continued to argue over the
number of clues which were
'not investigated; by the prose
cution. who he said had Stuck
't the -theory of only wte ma-
cninegun being used during the
assassination like a drowning
man catching at a straw.
'' He' contended that the prose
cution has not provided one bit
of conclusive evidence to prove
Miro's guilt and pointed out
mat ii tne prosecution naa con concentrated
centrated concentrated on the causes rather
than the effects of the assas
sinatlpn it would have found it-,
self on more solid ground.
; Palacios made reference to a
report by a woman who said she
saw two men removing; a ma-
chinegun from the trunk of what
looked like a radio patrol car on
tne afternoon or Jan. 2, 1955
He accused the investigators
of making no effort to trace the
Car seen by tne woman.
He also emphasized the pros prosecution
ecution prosecution made no attempt to
Investigate the .two men who
refused to help Joaquin Borrell
when he ran out injured from
the racetrack on the night of
the assassination.
Palacios also made mention of
the fact that Camllo Gonzalez,
one of the defendants, has been
held in jail for 33 months on
tne testimony of an old man
who could not identify himself
in a mirror.
Russia Increasing
Industrial Goods
Exports, Reels Say
- LONDON, Nov. 30 (UP)
Kussia now is exportinz more
than 20 times as much goods "as
it was before World War II,
Moscow radio claimed today.
The broadcast heard here said
the Soviets are in fifth place
behind the Uniied States, Brit-
am. West Germany and East
-Germany in the export of in-i
-dustrial goods.

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The first Canal Zone United Fund in history suc successfully
cessfully successfully concluded its six-week campaign last night, al although
though although fund officials were faced with perhaps a week of
phaseout to determine the exact amount collected.
More than $117,000 was recorded toward the needs
of the 18 participating agencies as the official end of the
drive passed. Reports from keymen were expected to swell
this total in the next few days to bring it even closer to
the $134,000 goal.
Fund officials announced that enough money already
had been. collected to provide every participating agency
with the money it needs to meet its planned objectives.
The difference between the amount finally Collected
and the; $134,000 goal will reduce the contingency fund,
proportionately, it was explained but this will not seri seriously
ously seriously affect the continued operations of the year-round
corporation which was formed as the Canal Zone's offi official
cial official United Fund raising group, : '-V-
The contingency fund was established over and a a-bove
bove a-bove the agency dollar requirements and the actual cam-
pigd''! utrl purposes as
reHollocjjtion i of individual agency goals in the case of a
gericiSsI hicV werfoVersubscribed by "earrnarked? con
tributions. This oversubscription occured in several cases.

jphilio t. Steers, campaign
chairman, emphasized last night
that the $117,000 now recorded
could not be considered as the
Jinal total inasmuch as many
Keymen have called in to runa
headauarters to report collec
tions which have as yet not been
turned in.
Steers also pointed out that
all pledged donations to speci specific
fic specific agencies would be honored
regardless of the oversubscrip oversubscriptions.
tions. oversubscriptions. "This was to be expect expected
ed expected in a campaign of this type,"
be said, "and that was one
reason the contingency fund
was included in the $134,000
The contingency fund for the
1957 camnaieh was set a t ap-
nroxlmatelv $19,000 after, the
budeet and allocations commit
tee made aDDroDriate revisions
in agency requests following de
tailed study of their require requirements.
ments. requirements. Steers emphasized that even
though the six-week active cam cam-Dai
Dai cam-Dai en nerlod was technically
over, the work of the campaign
committee would smi go on in
that some contributing agencies
still had paydays coming up and
that some Keymen wouia suii De
turning In money .by late next
The approximate breakdown
of contributions received by yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon were:
U. & Army Caribbean . $ 26,239
Fifteenth Naval District 8,255
Caribbean Air Command 7,000
Panama Canal co.-C.Z.
Panama Canal Co.-C.Z.
Special gifts
During the cleanup of the cur
rent campaign, the Canal Zone
la fapart rfeis la Pear!
fCwim4 aa nah. That i
egaia H raise aaf Asata- J

To Near

000 Goal

United Fund headquarters, es
tablished in the Balboa club"
house, will remain: open through"
out the week for the collection,
recording and analysis- of the
additional contributions that are
expected, (l
Of these there are some $600
In outstanding pledges mad
during the CFN Telethon,
which fund official said
should be turned In to the cam
paign headqaarters as soon as
Fund officials were united Iri
their praise for the staff of CFN
who went on the air Friday noon
and continued until 3 a.m. yes
terday in an effort to swell the
fund by presenting the -largest
gathering of entertainment evel
offered locally. t -r ii
Family Of Brifish
Heiress Trying Tali?
Break Up Marriage :
' LONDON, Nov. 80 (UPi-Britam
sent out an international alitrt tn.
day to circumvent the marriage
of a missine heiress, the trndrhiM
of the Duchess of Kent, and a
London playboy. ,
'Pretty Tessa Kennedy, 19, and and-Dominic
Dominic and-Dominic Elwes, 26, were believed
to have slipped out of (Britain.
They might have gone either to
Europe or North Africa,
The unusual concern ot -th
British government for the miss-
ing couple was based on the action
of a London judge who made Miss
Kennedy a ward of the eourL. Th
ie,Sal move was t?ken to prevent
her marriage to Elwes.
The Foreign Office ordered tts
consuls at Marseille. France; Pal.
ma, Majorca; Madrid and Tangier
to watch for the couple.
The Foreign Office also asked
police, officials in various cities
and towns on the continent to be
on the alert.
Elwes, son of portrait painter
Simon Elwes, is best known for
his high-jinks at London deb par parties.
ties. parties. ,-'i
He was in the news last pear for
going to Budapest during the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian revolution and -trying ta -break
out to the Austrian border
through the ring of Soviet troops
surrounding the city.
The Russians arrested him but
released him after three days.'-:
One of his many business ves vestures
tures vestures included the manufacture of
perfumed dog mats.
The court Injunction against the
marriage was brought by Tessa's
mother. Mrs. Da ska MacLean, ant
her father Geoffrey. Kennedy. El
ws-Dad predicted, according t
London newspapers, there would
be "some family opposition ta :

the proposed marriage, - :



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il I am a serviceman new to this area. Alfhouglk apparency
selected as a suitable companion for the daughters ot .canal
iZohe mother X have not had too much trouble getting -dates

'With them. In ail modesty it eouia De oecause i am oeiwrnwi
ere looking, have a car, and have a little money to Wpend
Lhen Hake a girl out. m .

' But I am getting urea or navmg my kui uiccv uue i mo
Service Center or down the road from her quarters because she

4s seeing me on ine aneaa.
? I would also like to be clued on the meaning of "the term
?'rap." My buddies who have been on the Isthmus longer than
1 are mystified, too. $o clue me aomeone clue me.
' I say Canal Zone mothers, relax. After looking over the
local scenery I can tell them their girls are safe as far as this
'4fap" is concerned. Few of them bring out -tne beast in me. Where
rFall the good-looking dolls I have been hoping to meet? If

thlTTeccnt Teen jueen contest was a sampie -. awgni as wcu

statL looking. Are all tne gais nere long .ana lanny. or snori nu
overoleached? We had better -looking chicks in, the semifinals
of any local beauty contest back home.
And are most of the femmes here shortchanged by nature
in-other ways too? On two different occasions I was almost stab-ptfrto-
death by the phony Jayne Mansflelds my. date was wear wearing.
ing. wearing. And me only a minor wolf. ...
I did meet one tall, slim and shapely high school blonde at
Jhe Service Center but she was booked up for two solid week,
jctmld have been a variation on the "I'm not allowed to go out
with OIs" theme. - .
! Anyway stop worrying, Mom. I am not hanging around to
tfind out. I am going across the border where the people are
triendly and the girls cute, shapely and feminine.
t .,nirf tnn that eniH ir on levis. too. Those baaffv shirts

-and long pants can cover up lots or nature misiea.
Disillusioned GL

Peter Edson


the old Republican charges against
the Democrats was that presi presidents
dents presidents Roosevelt and Truman

Drought prosperity only by getting
the country involved in big spend spending
ing spending programs for war and na national
tional national defense. But the shoe is on
the other foot,' now,- and begin beginning
ning beginning to pinch. ,
Big business expansion has Slow Slowed
ed Slowed down. Productivity has leveled
off. Personal income totals ar6
declining. r'
The wholesale orice index has

dropped slightly. Retail prices for
October are near the Sentemher

level, indicating a possible end

ot tne DreciDtrous m-ir. rixa ni.

ral. .. !....,..
UnemDlovment is rlsiov and

there are even admissions ; km

officials like Secretary-of Labor

james r. Mitcneu that it wiu eon.

tinue to rise through February
None of these declines is. great.
They indicate that the economy

is in a delicate balance which
can swing either way.

u;iWfe Haven't Done Much Since the Anti-lnteriectuali,

feir: ''
r i believe in facts, not in emotion. The facts are these:
! 1. Ancon School is overcrowded. The school authorities have
airt nroDosals undet consideration to relieve the congestion.

2. Supplies are short: some are non-existent.

: kf..vU..H h.. h,.n in.tall.rt In th rnnm which la be.

4rig used for Spanish Instruction It is a very small rectangular
Irqom. jjjg,. ji,$sea (two grades In one classroom) are the rule,
k-ather than the exception. If your child Is alightly alert and in intelligent,
telligent, intelligent, he -or she 'is likely to be placed I Jil a mixed class, the
Sheory being 'thafr the brightest child wltt- auXfer the least. In
iother words, the brighter child la penalized? lor not being me-
ff S!'The school lacks organization. It is -too much to expect
ttha school principal to be responsible fOr not just one, but two

grade schools (Ancon ana uiaDio aisoi. inw is iise ecuiiuuij,
does hla best, but it is too" rnudh for one person.
6. The school lacks a gymnasium. Although It was condemn condemned
ed condemned at the beginning of this year, the school "authorities knew
'about it months before that. What was planned to take Its place?
"1NOtnLack of 'interest by some of those 'higher-ups in charge
an ostrich-like attitude is displayed. by people who should know
better. Something which deteriorates daily. catmot be Ignored.
Wishful thinking does not produce concrete results.
'H 8. The teachers and principal are doings-wonderful job:
'they need the cooperation of the parents and the School authori authorities;
ties; authorities; also some money to Work with, '; '' i

, 1. The former Ancon Commissary Is vacant. It could very
..x.ii.. v ,.viHls1 intn lriT lrv p.nht rlnssronms All that is

needed are some partitions. Plumbing facilities, are accessible
land the building has the advantage of .being fight next door
iJv,A nunt. achnni and of Weedlns ei few, alterations.

f ii 3. Tear down the gymnasium. If U has ben cpntianned, get

rld ol it What ia in bad condition me nowj ine aupports, tne

.WllUBl UU IWl I OAITARC WV All ft" VV -Vw". ...

out of the hot blazing noonday sun. It is detrimental to their
3. While all this Is being done, emergency measurer are in in-dicated.
dicated. in-dicated. Lunch hour is 90 minutes long from 11:30 to 1:00. Those
children who bring their lunch-eat. in 10 minute and play for
.0. By 1:00 they look like boiled lobstfers-rShlny. red iace; shirts
'and dresses soaked in perspiration, panting, exhausted The class
Jusually scheduled at 1:00 is arithmetic. Need more be' said?
I ', Suggest the lunch hour be cut to 60 minutes. That is more
..than adequate. Provide. some pjace with shade for the children
t6 play. The little girls huddle! at the side Of the gymnasium
tw only place shade is. available. Those 90 minutes art Jong for
ithem. . i-: A '.
Suggest arlthmetjc be scheduled in the morning..: This is a
Jstbject not easily grasped by young minds. Give them avjweak
lAnri teach It while thev are still fresh in the morning; .;

' Thought for ."Comentecf-Mom" who wrote some time, ago:

J I am glad that one week of carhavalito makes up for ail other
inadequacies. May I suggest you visit' the classrooms' while they
Jure in session? Study what materials are available and the fac fac-Jilitles
Jilitles fac-Jilitles provided.' Have you' gone at lunchtime to set the, children?
i Please consider the; evidence before your eyes. v.v-.,,.
May I make something clear? My purpose in writing is not
' to undermine the morale of the pupils, the parents or the teaeh-
era at Ancon SchooL Mv purpose is to call attention to a sltua sltua-S
S sltua-S tion which needs consideration,
I While I realiza the U.S. Government is presently on an econ econ-jomy
jomy econ-jomy kick, I believe the education of our children is a precious
and enduring factor Jn the freedom we enjoy. I cannot over-
,aymliiil Knar Imnnrtant it la not. anmethincf to dis-

. i x 1 i &i.iimj ttKA-.A..n w

i unionunaieiy, everyvning tuuny is sei-wca w muucy :

Th Carwral trentt is -desrrrih

ed by the new economic .phrase

oi -siaewise." it means netlther
up nor down. But this "m ore ore-ment"
ment" ore-ment" was enoush to cause nro-

phets of gloom lika AFL CIO

President Georie Meanv to sound

off again against the administra administration's
tion's administration's tiaht money and balanced

budget policies.
This is regarded by some
Washington economists as crying
over conditions and causes that
are no longer valid..
Federal Reserve banks have al

ready begun to ease off on inter

est rates. And the obvious 'need

of higher government appropria

tions iur missne production maxes
the prospect for a balanced budg budget
et budget next year extremely doubtful.
The level of government spend

ing lor next year has not been

determined and won't be by Con

gresstor seven months.-.

uut ii tne trsennower adminis-.

tration is forced into a bi( mis

site spending program, and if

tnat checks rising unemployment,

it win give tne Democrats a

chance to accuse the Reoublicans

or naving to spend tne country

Daca mto prosperity.

sis and lack of funds is usually the excuse for. everything. In

f vi J 8 case, i woura say negieci ana iacx oi unereai miso aimio vuc

f spotngnt.


School Reporter.


Great Whit Fleet
Nw Orieaog Service

: '. Artlvj
Crlstobaf :

"CIBAO" De. 7
"MORAZAN" ,.Dec. 14
-YAQUE" ..Dec. tl
"CIBAO" Dee.
"HDMJERAS" Jan. 4. 1951
AJm Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

That Blank Paper

trade has a

Unemployment normally takes

two Dig jumps during the .year.
The first is in June, when over a
million high school and' college

graduates start lopfeingaor jobs,
Until thev eet fobs inev are list-

ed as "unemployed.? The second

is in reoruary, aner tne cnrist-

mas rush and before the spring
farm pickup.
Total unemployment was over
three million last February. It
was two and a half million for
October. Some predictions arthat

the total will be close iforv.four
million next February. This would
be a new high lor the -Eisenhower
administration. But Secretary
Mitchell says it won't be serious if

kept below six; million Y ?

IlPDarlmpnt nt I.frhnKa 1 m t i I

monthly survey on.ihe chapter- !a.nd working in what appears,

istics of unemployment gives the

(MKiuic in aeiau.
There are three nrincinal areas

of rising unemployment today, ac

cording io state unemployment in insurance
surance insurance agencies. They are the
Middle Atlantic, Great Lakes and
Pacific Coast states. JZ,
About a third of the insured m
employment is in New York; NfW
Jersey arid Pennsylvania PennsyJ
vania and New Jersey showed 4
per cent insured unemployment
New York reported fa", pickup
in the apparel Industries out
drop m aircraft Industrie tun

Long Island and general industri-

ai employment. .p';p''
Illinois, Indiana. Michigan. Ohio

and Wisconsin accounted for a

fourth of the unemployment, due
largely to declines in automobile
production during model change change-overs.
overs. change-overs. Michigan rennrtatl hioho.t

insured unemployment in the na

tion, e.g per cent This is what

set off Walter Reuther and other

union spokesmen in demands that
the government do something.
Cutbacks in aircraft manni a e.

ture hit Oregon. Washington and
California. The totals were swell

ed in California by auto model
change-over and in Oregon and
Washington by cutbacks in lumber.

ing industries.
Since aircraft production and
aircraft part auppliers are con-

aiiDoose every

pet cliche that eventually -drives

the tradesman maci. i men-xne

grocer must get tired of svacxs
about his meeting such interesting
tomatoes ha, ha and the cop
is so fortunate because he belongs
to his own private club ha', ha
ha, ha also meets such interest

ing people. Leer, then: "What a-

bout Marilyn Monroe?" u -fBut
when my taut nerves -final

ly pop, I aim to pickupr. the
iron maiden here and brain the

next customer wno says -.that ne
w ies all he had to do was buy

a quire of cheap paper,! slide it

into a machine and make a million

dollras, living any place under the

sun his little old Heart nres.

Ha,, Ha.

But DO, says this one "Here am
chained to a desk while you

gallivant all over the world, pro

bably on expense account ha,


vrorkins in what amears. fo

the lay mind, to be a welter of

blondes, booze, high society and
even highter adventure.'
This possibly could be termed
as the Monday New Book Blues,
because I have painted myself into
a corner on a fresh one, and 111
I ean do is just sit here and
cry. .v
' Because writing, whether It is a
book, play, column, short story
or magazine article, is the loneliest
durned business in the world.
And- one of the most expensive
to run. s .
And one of the least rewarding
unless .you are a fraction of the
one percent who hit it lucky
which is nearly as much a matter
of change and timing as talent.
And you can meet bores, as well.
I have been one of the luckier
ones in that most always I have
had some sort of contractual
job that would feed me when an
editor was trying to make up his
mind whether or not to buy an

article or run a book.

7 BUt the contract job s the dead dead-liest.
liest. dead-liest. of all, because it has to be
there .every day, or three times

a week, or once a month, deoend-

me on tne medium.
, 1 i, 1 J ;

, adu iue casmcr aoesn i give
the slightest hoot whether you are
physically ill, heartsick, despond
ent. hung over, or a combination

of !ie lot He is paying the mo

ney; ne, wants tne commodity, i
v furthermore, he doesn't give a
damn: how you-get Tshere you're

going, I how you get the copy

pack, or wnetner youTe nappy

in your work. It is almost like

living With a pair of sinewy

hands around your neck, just wait

ing tp squeeze.
I haven't had a week's vaca

tion in five years, for instance,
nor do I have an expense ac account.
count. account. Sut somewhere in far-flung
journalism or book authoring

you haytfe'to have a place to sit,

wnetner rit s a tent in Ainca or
a castle- in Spain. That's your

centrated in these 11 states, any
expanded government spending
program for missiles would great greatly
ly greatly change the employment picture.
But since it will take some
months to get such -a program in into
to into full operation, a drop in unem
ployment may not be expected
before next spring of early summer.



8:00 a.m; to 12 midnight
Calle "55" El Cangrejo
Tel. 8-7654
Across from

FEARFUL'-JETSAM0 oh the-6dorou$ twampflata of
life, I had a mind on 'thJa f ajr, aabbath-to cry a word jar ao
of e-ladness tt the hava who nut on th UnitH FimJ Tu

telethoit. Thia could havr dona by way of loading" Into
the thesis that whether or hot th $134,000 United Fund
goal was 'mfchedtKamethodY up to and not fncfudinsr

w nine wo rruBsian nor uanai j&im
tomachs. i v -- t . 4&fU'v
- How'th military gets money 6ut of Cls i their own
a"a!rrT;rW.D -thare'o somethjng'in the fina print which
Inyhow' h-ft 0,8 thin ,$ the,r Ja Ul&.
l'i?UV5' W0V ?0fr,ln tnroueh to my'iuciit4
ratted liVrn. "rt Uni?ed "tin.OHD. wa
ia!, PfPtorily tpCana;-2on.:

- : It has been suczested to ma that? lha' Taena' Ball

coud give tha:-United Fund committee"
Noe Zpnian; Joose .,frm't'ia,. nickels more gently.' The Teehtf

vii oHvnnu a sinaiier scaie, ou ot a warmerf nean,
But the telethoiiijpys 'did fine; and the who! ffaii!:;

is winding up in a blaze of abmethihg or other in. the

e&a t" ttM- ..Tu mmV .t ..... .....x.u! j. ..j

. i. Let us hej-efora vrriush back to. last t Wee Through:

Mviivwivi w -HVldDU VI k I ItJ L LrJa I nRVal nflrraiUArli tha JU tail

IT V vnopxjjonouicai a icn icn nere and r tch ten

Mipre, nero u Ten: mere ten. evarwwhorA- rh r.

garding certain thouts' turned 4oose in aordiiapaca?
last bunday.;.,..'.- vAir.Wl-fciW-
Last Sunday's sermon, aa It left this pulpit;- was in

,7 fc&-- nyy"Umi, VI Vll, HJJl III"
niana uhn Aurr r9Ml uj..a mu!hm 1.11- it. I'-1':-. m i J :

hare of m non-US-citizen Jobs How coming up at Wghefi
illtitllH nf tka Canal nmninU k. ..... l.i.l. ? 4-f

, wiiiHirviiiiAauuii vi I a 1 1' V Y or VIS I OT9 i y ,?4 'rtj : i
"' Risking the neat: trick of misduotin mvlf. rii "l.

off a paragraph from last weeks "Still seems something
a lift In jsAA U...4. tv ..! -i- ..

Heights, US citizens not counted." -,K-r-;

' AS I read it, the Dhrasa "US citi?An nnt Mmf iJ

eomexi aoes not mean "Mey. chaps, let's, run a Pa-"
raiso boy for governor." But if readers want to interpret
I vva'v!t tfme by mft. The customer's always right.":
And if he, thinks Ifs the recipe for a new kind of daiquiri,
or a blonde s telephone number .that's all right too.' Noth-

ui irpeoom or opinion round here.
"Canal "ione Brat" asked? Irt the Mail Box: ''Just how
many second-generation oniahs or US citizens brought
down. from their Stateside homes to work for the. Canal
company-government do you think would sit down .for
taking orders andor job'xriticism from a Local Rater of
West Indian descent?" tv .. V - :
t Answer; Each and every one of.,them, I should" hope
if the gentleman in questionhad been placed in position

wtoi i.riciii. urt lire ua&is OT jnpf'BDIIIiy.

office, and you pay for it.
A secretary is moreor-les& ne necessary
cessary necessary if the volume is big, and
so is an agent, and so is a law lawyer
yer lawyer and a tax guy ta keep you
out of jail.
If you rove on your own, you
pay the travel expenses andjiotel;
bills. You pay fof what you "eat
and drink and do, and the great-,
er portion is not deductible', 4;.;
' You can't 'afford to get s&J&Y l
once wrote five columns in com complete
plete complete delirium from fever;' and'was'
not flattered when the 'boss .said
that they "were the best I'd done
in n lone time. I had to eo. to

the carbons .to' see what it was I

bad written life that hotel room!

in Buenos Aires... ., -M

mt Indian traniMfibs't orfei -a

forked sticki-and-lioped ,thaf It '.r'"ZrM :

to a railhead, ""' ul many niis incro. vii iucia uino



In the-sanpe way I Would hope that each- and. every)--rater
wotild 'if mysteriously translatd" to the' par par-ment
ment par-ment staff f of the United Nations. a loner u,ith

the America'rjs, Frenchmen, Chinese Rumanians, Russians.

wyyouos arm yvnai nave you, on tnat statT already in tak taking
ing taking order&fr'onrVN secretary-general Dag Hammarskiold'a
nost .aWe-in-com USJfgrtfRilftfc Bfine.'

h .xiKewfse w ,am conf tdent; th&t ,uo;Zenln, n sucked
into the than" take.

would go bjT bus "to

to a town, to a calbe office.

Once in a While, when an ele

phant is about to step on you,

you say, noiy Moses, i naveni

got a piece tor next Tuesday.

When the malaria s got you,

in a lucid interval you think:

Who will feed the dogs when I

am dead and gone?
But worst of all is the loneli

ess when you close that door

and stare: at -that hateful blank

white paper tnat miysyour Deans
and bread.
The lowest moment in the life
of r i-write? is when, eight and
one half'nionths pregnant" vith

a new, unwritten booK, he sns
down and- types tUCliapter. One,
Pace One." and thinks about the

months and even years before he

can write: JEnd
Even the idea that writers are
gay lot who stay loaded all
the time is : fallacious. I .know
very few who can. drink 5 and
write simultaneously for any sus sustained
tained sustained neriod. It's hard enough

to tell whether it's adequate or
just plain Junk when you are
rnlH aober in the" morning, let

alone loaded after midnight.
I get quite a lot od letters
from kids asking advice on how,

Ito be a writer, and I am otten

lempiea io
i Be a pickpocket or a norse
thief or anything else with dig dignity,
nity, dignity, but leave writing to. idiots
that can't aat ,anyotJier way. '.
Meanwhile, back atrthe ranch,

our hero 1 still stuck; with Chap Chapter
ter Chapter Five... '

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them stationed here on the Isthmus.

Anticipating the argument that maybe some US Ne-'
groes have ability, but others have not, would "Canal
Zone Brat" be too proudtcr1 accept criticism "in Biblical
matters from the West African "Negro (frorr) Chama) who
toddled off with the top loot on the $64,00Q Question on
CFN last week? The Bible is this Negro's field of proven
ability. 1 r
Anyone finding it tough foraeeapt ;tf.ipontriputl6ns
the Panamanian, Negro entertainers helpeddrum up for
the United Fjund dh the TV telethon Friday-night? t
Let's get back on the ability kicki m filling Canal
Zone jobs carrying no stipulations of citizenship, ability
should be the' primary, yardstick. 1 ,1,
This would be as good a point as any to remind those
few reader Who are- still awake thatvjqt;athesa no
monopoly of ability, neither "is there anr monopoly cx
stupidity. Put Alabama Gov. Orvaf Faubus' fooliahhesa at
Little Rock alongside' thi liber iart law th at -no; whjte man
can become citizen thatNegrd jpublic, ar,d lm.-,
darned if ; I coU,ldt tell, you which vvvas. th dopiest :
Let us move along the receiving line to Mail Box
writer the Duke of DeLesseps. He asked some question,
and deserves the courtesy" of some answers. i
What is the Republic of Panama doing for its own own-people?
people? own-people? Not enough. - ;;
Is the $1-an-hour minimum being paid by Panama-'
nian businessmen to their own people? Is the Canal
paying the $1-an-hour minimum? f ' v ;
Is the average minimum wage, (in Panama) still well,
below the PanCanal Local rate wage minimum? Dia
astrously-so., f
How' many Negroes. ho,ld Important, -welt-paid posi positions
tions positions eiS?ln the business world ;or irt tha government of
tjons eiinr in iwio v x tu-i Q.nuh Via and tWO-

Panamar inevmei nuu ... r-
of the, three top officers of the National Guard are Ne
grOes. The Ifet eago-on 11 :
I How manyJ,Negrdes: .1iold Important and well-paid
positions oh the' Panama "Americatt and -tho Star, and
Herald? Three of the seven' members .of the wheejy
editorial staff of the Panama, .American araNegroe. ;
It would be an intrusion for me to comment on star
and herald affairs, but the distinguished and kindly pres-:
Ident of th enterprise could; expect somewhat more limit limited
ed limited access to the most desirable sports in the state of Mia-
sissippi than je enjoys in Panama. .
Ah more qiiestiona?""-
It is not good that the Canal disown US-rate Canal
Zone brats, some of Athem fourth generation on the lath-,,,
mus. it I Equally ungpod that the Canal disown local local-rate
rate local-rate Canal Zon brats,' with four generationa sA family
association with the waterway. ... V
: In each oase the brightest, shoqld have every chance
to go farthest with the: company. This assurance is mora ;
effective than any number of auggestion or incerttiv -awardaV
:h 1 p & .-. j
. One last little thing. I scribbled somethlnt1 list week.
about moving into a higher tax bracket, and "Canal Zona

Drax .f was eoHaious enougn io inquir ei mi noi
no one ever told him tha these loyal' souls (locar
raters) do not pay any tariff to Uncle Sam?".-
A They bay "if to? Panama." Hiving at one time or an another
other another paid income tax to four assorted governments round
the world, I can "give assurance that, like toothache, it
hurts about. ha aajnai anywhere, Mac,
r : PERCYS PEERLESS. PORTENT this .week owes all
to the TV telethon boys who beat the drums so reasonably
for the United Fund Friday night and scooped in $12,906.
Given the choice therefore between 1290 and 2906 CH
take - .-. ... ;

;, ; 2906.

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' Vh.;:;u:lfWf,i opU.cJ in the City of ton-
LONDON frov 30 -M is JT then a letter to don during November.'

reasonauje i

4jtes,. 20 minute, or 50
yhla teaser of allies Jloa faded
to'ruffle the Speaker ot Britain
House of Commoii'-the
day Though; hesitate to 'ke
.n opinion. he
Amid laughter, he M1. 5
ii the one attribute of o o a
speech which. is within the power
ability or, all of w;.
-He went on to urge Membera
ParlUment .noi interrupt
apeechei. Frequently he had eeq

up; by in ruption. -r :. ..;',
4 BrevW'in ;ParUment jsl one

lfbrtty la Indeed within .the
II ; Drew. ftf u. -ii we are

Pwe5 Vml of money.,

: In thVeoontry'l telephone Yv
? 5mT"h7 W automation
? on the erlip question and the
I roe'c'&e'aboUtion of
J theent three: minute charge
: under which a subscriber must
. nay for three minutes even if be
ptfor onlya fewecMU.-
: Aa Ernest Marples, the
ter-General. has told, us under the
mw trW .system' the minimum
SmII be the local call
charge.S this will buy time a
cprding to the distance. r
In other words, wO shall be a
ble to call upsany(Je in the coun country
try country for a few pence so; long as
- -we "cut out the cackle.'
While we canaot expect this rev rev-olutionary
olutionary rev-olutionary change to happen over overnight,
night, overnight, a big start promised for
'next January, when. 150,000,000
Sails now handled by ; operators
will be dialled direct. But the end
of next year will see the begin-
J11 .ntnmatinn. including

trunk dialling by ordinary iub-
First to benefit will be the West
of England city of Bristol, linked
up with Britian's new robot opera operator
tor operator "Grace," thiV blis'sful name
' standing for Group' Routing and

This fascinating 8adgeU will be

watcnea wnn pctii
' Canada.i Where, we are toll, tele-

' pnone- companies ami uuirauiireni
departments are hoping one day
'4...-..Lt.. 4niiV 4iallintf all fivir

rnl iAi-lnrllho th Arctic.'.

Grace" baasbeen devised by

i.; Jjrmsnrosi-WHCWin:":e
co-operation with the General E-
, .... ". k J Awm tkA

r' . t j : .

' lecnnicai uescripuuu, ayfcaiB i-u
do every thinge xcept say "Thanks"
and "Sorry.'? f,-,
..It interprets numbers dialled,

required, dials the numoers wam-

eQ oiien over uuiiuicua w.iiuim
. and tots up the prie of the call.

that 'Craeo" can do, all thoo
things in a matrtr of seconds.
. The Bristol edition, working o o-foctronically
foctronically o-foctronically with cold cathode
tubes, will sot : a Ufisphono
ringing at the opposita end of
. tho coiintry 'simple by dialling
' nino digits. Nothing could be
. aimplor.

"Gr;c?. then a letter to. don during w.,

signify the city or town wanted, : Every Drwer m
IXwin with! the normal three- writing haU can te caught at a
iuuuwu. initial. nd the moment's notice. .' t a i'

l?;2-.'K.'i -b. ha. a number, and when

this is caUed over the telecommu.
. ...4am hat will niaJ It

from one of the V telephone dUls
fitted all roundv the- ground floor
.nd gaMerygivjn? .to the num number
ber number of the box where- be can ob
found. The codtr number, translat

ed Into mi oro "'v..;
then appear on. bit? screens ruf:

tatra ana uuwuo.-. v v.

Marplei ba described the chang

. "the most swceuuiK iou ra

dical reforms amce the Post ,,pf-

fjee tooK over. me. vciciimio? mi
1912 ? When telenhone automation
is complete,-1 about $42,000,000 will
be aaved m operating and ic:
counting cost every year,- .-;

. Ana iaiM m """K r
i u V. n. nf tinam. I

nas warraeu ym

bitlous snon-cuaian.-e tucii
his drastic cuts in telephone
. kj.lnnin(f J '. T

'mi li AU" .nfnm.tlAII .lit ' th

costtng department., calls: that
-i j .,n a. .hlllino will

were. cum. bto v
drop to only threepence. ,;;'( -.

The announcement came
deUcious surprise a." a time when
the general cost" of living shows
.. niiiph Inclination to comedown

as the moon. t ,

.Jl'.'j It with dr.-

matic rtlish, a might boex-

Who, on hi appoirrtmont earliar
1. : t. Lrnaut hla M-

J'",:"L".;V and

partmont. oy wmni
rT . k Arl morn

taKirw a i

na do ivery m frw n7 ...

. i .'..-t.. MArVt liv the

rne leiepuuuc -
tentacles of an octcpus in the f ne

new Lloya maurpnco

which. Queen, e.iaoeiu u.o --

.: 2 '-' .. inl this

Wo can imagmc --,:,-

will. save1 n uuun"
S of th kind which hi"gone
on ftom the Wth century,, when
Lloyd's w originally formed, n

Nowlt flalma to be th. Urg-'

EHianath .lllaW
foundation stono on a t
,Ite which a now amp W
abwrbod byV-'VeSo
Ina costing aVound. 14,000,OOQ. ;

I I'he underwriting' room

luckily not so ; r.ui "-,, -K
methods of aiKConditiontag,

Stfeams"rof c)oTing fpj
. . in halt where

tainiy neeuo- -


almost any riB. .."- rrr."
from'next Sunday's 'wtbet

the life ot a circw



A v '

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Vnur Set Today

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rtm rolivak Avt. uu-v"


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takes pleasure in announcing to its

distinguished clientele the 1





ituated, in front of to olrj store, at
No. li.5"'Street


2-1483 v 2-4662
v J

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and vou will babble to appreciate the new extensive stock of etothe

ntrtmnriil.a and furniture, cretonnes and fine drapi

'. y.. kiva lut raf-oivod. and that, on account of the Jnaueuration of

"our new locale we are offering' at auch low prices, that competition .oy t

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f William
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14 gift of fine jewelry is a gift of lovand friendship that
feu) oher presents can equal. When yon give this kind
of mesent vou nCrally want to fire the best. "ou can
t t iy i T7. r Ki riKTT irii mr hnrt. the

jinn ana ajuru. nere u i vt
fcciif o everything in fine jewelry. Whatever you choose
herecaich. ring, bracdet, necJdace '-y: is jure to be
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' Mr. and Mr. Ralph K. Skinner announce the engage engage-J
J engage-J ment of their daughter, Miss Diane Carline Skinner, to Mr.
' Hugh Warner Ernisse, of Washington, I). C, son of Mr. and
! Mrs. Charles A. Ernisse of Rochester, N.Y.
' Miss Skinner lites in Washington where she is active
i' with the Christian Science Monitor Youth Forum. She
graduate of Canal Zone Junior College In 1955, and received
graduate or canal Zone Junior College In 1955, and erceived
BA degree and teaching certificate from Mississippi South

ern College in 1957.

Miss Skinner was the recipient
of the college's first award for
ervice to Pan-Americanism, serv served
ed served as president of the Christian
Science Campus Group, president
ef the Pan American Students As As-aocfation,
aocfation, As-aocfation, on the Kxecutive Board
of the Student Christian Federa Federa-.ttofl
.ttofl Federa-.ttofl 'arid was a director of the
Student Union Activities Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. She was active in intramur intramural
al intramural sports and sang in the college
' -Mri Ernisse graduated from the
University oi Rochester with a
BA aeTgree in 1954. s At college he
,wfas president of the Christian Sci Science?
ence? Science? Organization, president of

the United Nations Student Orga Organization,
nization, Organization, president 01 the Roches
ter Junior Republican Club, and
sang in the college glee club.
Following college, Mr. Ernisse
served for three years in the Ma Marine
rine Marine Corps. He is now employed
in the Washington office of Renyx
Field and Company, 'security deal dealers.
ers. dealers. He was formerly social direc director
tor director and is currently president of
the Christian Science Monitor
Youth Forum of Washington, D.C.
The wedding will be in the Clo Clonal
nal Clonal Zone on De 28. After their
marrfage, the ffluple will reside
in Washington. t$

Travel via

I fly the

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"H Yu no longer need td atay-ovei in David Leave
Panama in the mornings Via one of our early
flights spend the day in David and return on our
new non-stop flight "El Barii."
; Ideal flight schedule fcr a pleasant week-end in
-Z Chiriqui. Leave Friday evening and return 'Sunday
.ven!ng aboard our new non-stop flight
EI Baru."
; For Complete Details Consult

'Mr.- William Paul, Green of De

caturj! feeorgia'-announces the en en-tagement
tagement en-tagement of his daughter, Sally

Crenshaw ureen to I nomas way
Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jew-

ett M. Tucker of Curundu Heights,
Canal Zone.
The wedding will take place

Dec. 28 at the First Baptist

Church of Decatur. Ga.

Miss Green is a graduate of De

catur, Georgia High School and

attended Georgia State College In
Milledgvllle, Georgia, where she

was a member of Delta zeta sor

ority. She is now employed by the

Women's Banking Division or tne

Citizens and Southern jsiauonai

Bank in Atlanta, Ga.

Mr. Tucker graduated from Bal

boa High Schqol with the class of

'52 and attended the Citadel in

Charleston, South Carolina and the

university of Florida. Gainesville.

Fla. where he was a member of
the Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is

now serving in thr Armed Forc Forces,
es, Forces, and is stationed at Ft. Sam-

Houston, Texas.

The groom s parents will fly up

from the Canal Zone for the ceremony.



Adami-Troup .

Anna s iced

xMr. and Mfs? WilliaiSi Adams of
Balboa announce the engagement
of their, daughter Patricia Helen
to James A. Troup, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leroy Troup of Salts Salts-burg,
burg, Salts-burg, Penna.
Patricia is a graduate of the
class of '57 at Balboa High School.
Her fiance is at .present station

ed at Albrook Air Force Base

with the Aircrw Control.
Dr. And Mrs. Winstead
Entertain Friends
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Winstead
entertained with a cocktail buffet
at their Ancon homft;5$!riday
This party was followed by an another
other another cocktail-buffet at their home
last night.
Final Session

Of Flower

Arrangement Class
The final sessions of the cur current
rent current series of classes in Flower
Arrangement will be held at the

Balboa YMCA-USO at 5T a.m. and
7 p.m. tomorrow.
The theme for both sessions will
be afrangemsnti suitable fori the
Christmas seasodi and students
are expected to ? iavfci' theift ar

rangements -eady hy class time.
Those arrangements which are

considered best or most unusual
will be chosen for a "Special En

try" class In the Flower Show

which will be held on Dec. 9.

Clayton Officers Wives

Will Hold

Christmas Luncheon

Clayton Officers' Wives will hold
Christmas luncheon on Wednes

day at the Ft. Clayton Officers'
Club. .e'.lT'i

Sherry will be served at 12ji o'

clock, luncheon at 12:49 p.m.
Wives of the Military Polite
corps will be hostesses, :

For reservations, members are

asked to call Mrs. Louise Heck
inger 875121 by noon Tuesday

Rebecca Club ".
Party Tomorrow ;

The Rebecca Club will hold a

dessert-card party tomorrow at j

12:30 at Wirz Memorial. ;

lionesses will be Mrs. Louise!

Merclrant and Mrs. Edith Eppler.

(Continued on Page' 9)



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or silver blond you'll iov
New-BLUE VOs. Clori.

Je the ur, and help$

correct mat yeiiowMJi cast

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Distributers in Panama
Serend Diagonal
tOld "A" Street) No. 7-17
Box Km. 297 teL 2-29-71

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MISS SALLY CRENSHAW GREEN of Decatur, -Georgia, whose
engagement to Thomas Ray Tucker, son of Mr. and 'Mrs.
Jewfett M. Tucker of Curundu Heights,' has been, annuohced.

DON'T WAITf Plck yours out

now for Christmas

. Come in soon and see the port-
able that gives you big machine
performance!Full-size keyboard.
. Wonderful to get . or to give!,




Ave. Jose Fco. da la Ossa 30

Tel. 2-2010

Each notice f oi Incluilen In this

column thould be submitted in-typt-written
form end mailed ee
the box number lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social .'and Otherwise,'; or delivered
btf hsid lethe effice. Noffcei el
mtctmpe cannot be accepted by

Medical Association
Will Held ...
Christmas Party ;

The 612th meeting 'of the. Medi

cal Association of the Isthmian

Canal Zone will be held on Satur

day evening, Bee; 14, at the Ar Army
my Army and Navy .Club, Ft. -Amador.
C. Z.-' Cocktails and dinner 'will

be served, followed by dancine to

"Lucho.' For i reservations for

members and guests,: please call

Tw Uirlmnnn hhinn O-KOK Inn

is. trtsjeaisss. aiuuim a-vuMi. uu

later (than. Wednesday, Dec. 11.

If q$ or a c io q, e s



All colors... prints and solids.

for e Drapes Slip Covers

5 Via Espana Tel. 3-1947

90 Minnie Soldier

Spectacular Arrives

On Isthmus Dec. 2

The schedule of "performances

In the' Panama area for "Rolling

Alona- of 1957," the 90-mlnute

auiuicr specwicuiar, imi ueeu an

nounced by SDeclal Services U.S

Army Caribbean. ,

The military show; which Is to

arrive ln.USARCARIB on Dec29

and remain until Jan. 6, will be
presented at Oorgas and Coco
Solo hospitals, the 15th Naval
District. Fom Kobbe, Clayton,
and Ouliclt and Albrook Air

Force Base. '

"Rolling; Along' Ajvlll open in

this command at Fort Kobbe's

theater Dec. 30. Curtain time is
7 p.m.
The remainder of the schedule
is as follows:

Jan. 2 at 2 p.m.: ward shows
at Gorgas hospital.
Jan. 2 at 8:30 p.m.: Albrook
AFB theater.
Jan. 3 at 2 p.m.: ward shows
at Coco Solo hospital.
Jan. 5 at '7:30 p".in.: Cum
mings Hall, 15th Naval District.

Jan. 6 at 8 p.m.: Jadwin Hall,
Fort Clayton.

Selected acts will also appear

over cfNtTV.

Many of the performers In

"Rolling Along" have appeared
on the Ed Sullivan Show, which

has featured winners and 'sel

ected acts from the annual All

Army Entertainment -Contest

since the contest's inception in

1954. Many of the past perform performers
ers performers have gone on to bright pro professional.
fessional. professional. careers. Vocalist Peter

maimer, now starring on Broad-way-in
"Ld'l Abner," dancer Ken
Berry, featured in the new Ab

bott and costello Las Vegas re

vue, and basso Ezlo Flagello, who
Is the reciDient of a Fullbrleht

fienowsnip, are among tnem,

Two States Bar
Federal Housing j

Redevebprnent Aid
"CHICAGO fUP) Wyoming and

uun are tne onl? states which
do not allow their cities to receive
federalf,aid for redevclopnienttir redevclopnienttir-ban
ban redevclopnienttir-ban renewal or public h -using, ac
cording to the Journal of Housing.

The Journal, orean of thi M.

tional Association of Housing and
Redevelopment Officials, also said
four states have no enabling laws
for public housing. These states

are Iowa, Oklahoma, Utah and

Wyoming. v

MISS PATRICIA HELEN ADAMS of Balboa whose engagement;
to A720 James A. Troup is announced,. Patricia is the.daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. William Adams of Balboa. fl

New Electronic
Device Can Save.1

Scientists' Time


Two General Eelectric Company

Engineers have developed an elec-r

tronlc device that Jrees highly
trained t scientists at the Knolls
Atomic Powr Laboratory from
routine calcolating ?work.

The device measures, counts and

classifies the time of flight of neu neutrons
trons neutrons from a nuclear reactor. It is
said to accomplish in an hour what

it previously would have taken a

Keep It Clean r
Wilbur .Jones, Florida Road DA
partment board chali man, syi
he has written the nation's three
largest automobile manufacturers'
and asked them to install built-
in trash baskets in their i c a r i. '.
"I'm confident that the .motoring
citizens of the United States
would appreciate'such cooperation
of the automobile industry in
helping to make America r mora 1
beautiful," Jons said.

man a month to do.
Elmer J. Wade and Donald S.

Davidson of the laboratory devel developed
oped developed the device, called an all-tran-

intonzed time-o-jliht analyzer.

Seven states, it added, will net

permit cities to. participate in the

federal urban renewal or redevel redevelopment
opment redevelopment program Idhho, Mississip Mississippi,
pi, Mississippi, Louisiana,' Montana, New Me Mexico,
xico, Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.,

Under federal aid programs.

cities may receive federal loans, -J

and crams to miua puouc nousmg

and clear slums. Property, owners
also can get Federal Housing Ad Administration
ministration Administration mortgage insurance
for home purchase or repairs un under
der under the program. f 1
Cities, however, cannot partici participate
pate participate in the program unless their
state legislatures approve enabling
legislation. j. i ?


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What do you
really add to a
social gathering! ..
YouTl be amazed at how quickly you can play
beautiful music,on the Hammond Organ.
Don't hesitate just because you don't know
music. The organ is the easiest of all v-v
Instruments to play . and ifi great fun to leaml
Learn htrt quickly to play ;:
Hammond Organ

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Sir DAY, DECEMBER 1, 1937
- Tbe firm of more patronaae ad prestige In the Republic of Panama

llt lliili if Mfflmk,

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it 14 t .. s

Wiim iliilliipiii;

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, nicsr

VISITORS WELCOMED M embers of n RCp Vin ent J Dellay,BReT Robert rMTEToim
:rfflSSm silllanEel0 ReP-'-n0.r K' SulliVan- Chairwoman X Subcommittee, Mr..

f otter, ttep. jumi 4, ..'



, Continued

Rilbaa Church GrQuiv

Tt Hold Chriirmai

: Members of the Mary ; Martha
Tiiilo TToM-mll rirrlo of the

Balboa UnioA Churcn wm nave i
k.,i rhricfMii. lunrhpnn Dec


3 in the Fern Koom ot ine iivo

nnst House at 1!:ju. uuis wm

V aU n n eta A : i-r.1 :'A

Those flesinng to aueuu bic i5-

aucsted to telephone their reserv,-

a. mm Mnli?firson. Balboa

25, or Mrs. Parker, Balboa 1412,

not later man noon iobwhuw

caiiMia i.iud i mm

m iTtrnHi Rurtiham will'SDftaK

on. the Panama Collection at the

vim nc- Liuraxv be ui vv-

,rinK Too to h held at a the

Pacific NVV

Wive Sponsor

Benefit Dance
The Pacific Navy Wives Club is

Rpnfit, Dancfe for

the Bella Vista Girl's Home to be

held at Post No. 3833 v. .., v,g v,g-coli,
coli, v,g-coli, CZ.. Music is to be furnished
h the Cotton Pickers. There will

be free door prizes id the ab

sentee ticket holder is aiso eligi eligible.
ble. eligible. The danco is to be held Fn.
day Dec. 6 at 9:00 p.m.
Stores and. agencies in Panama

City and the -Canal Zone ,- who
have donated prizes to the dance

are; Tropicana, apiaus fuou; fuou;-ance
ance fuou;-ance Agency, The Arts tf the A-

mericas, Atlas Gardens ine Alli

gator Farm, Max a actor uisinuu-.
tor. Panama Auto nd The Auto

I; Tickets can be purchased from

3:30. p.m.

a' "n. '-f?L Anaelo'wlll furn

ish background music.

iany Navy 'Wife Club member or


''jrtA ft: 'irftPV'.fcar-'-'f!oUrt''H're-

nlana tkrfTl he ltltro-

aucea in at leans. uv

The .Journal saifl puns auneu
. jaiont n nhtainins 1US-

ai cuvuns ... r
it. a inxroacma Brtministrauve

efficiency probably will be Intro Introduced
duced Introduced in the. legislatures of llli-

nols. New, YorK, gonnecucui, wis-

eonsin ana "un vi

- Illinois' legislature ; ueaoy nas
' mn r amendment to the

constitution for popular vote in
...... .... i j I...,.. i Ana

1858 WMCn wouia Driiig -una,
nr nrtm all nf thf triftl COIirtS'

1.UU1 ll O

1 in the State: However-the aljinois

' and Chicago Bar Association;
I ..tielioil with th nrOnOsfll.'

Mot., vnrt'e ltfisisturo turned

4ami onnrt rofnriyt nrnnnsals made

by legislature reommission but

the commission is expectea to suu-
Milt rrnin i

A court reform plan was aeieai-

call Mrs


Thelma Terrell (Navy;

Liberal Arls Needs

, Of Science

CHICAGO (UP)- The president

iwminoig Institute of Teen-

n01ogy-?ays a Jioerai ana wum wum-thm
thm wum-thm mtist include "an understand-

ina of science ana tecnnoiogy

"IF vnu ever write a column

for retired couples like us," the
energetic, sweet faced woman
said,, "be sure to tell them that
in ehoosine their retirement house

to look for one that' doesn't need

to be fixed up but asks to be."

Then in illustrate what she

meant, she showed me through

the house she and her husband
had bought several years ago. ?

The house was in eood condition

when they bought rt, so there

were no major repairs staring

them in the face. But there were
all sorts of Dossibilities lor mak

,ing amall changes that would

make, the house more convenient
and attractive.

There was "the solid door they

replaced with a glass door to give
the house more open feeling.

There was the extra bedroom

turned into den, the dining

room made coiier by miut-in cor

ner cupboards, the uvmj room
window at each side of'tM.'ftre-

plae: :"thit:ilia.;gwf,Jtii'

00OK ..neives. .. !,; ,;,.r;

latures at their-next session des-lto be truly liberal today.

By the American -juaicamie

the adequacy of liberal educauon
iiintf tpchnnlocical con

dltions in a report to ITT trustee?:

"Modern liberal eaucauon can
exclude science no longer," Ret-

taliati said. "In the past most of
science's research efforts were of

a pur of fundamental nature, pn
m.vii nt ini.nt in the InhnratO

m -m hlasci-iuim Viiit tArlav the si-

k.t nrai.fii.allv-all rpsp.-lTCh IS Of

the appueo;?type. wmra mwns n

una a-1 vi,c11-
i tik aM !tht hn liberal arts stu

Want hnnifl understand science as

the' engineer must nave mors un understanding
derstanding understanding of social problems,
?tt ib is imooTtant for the engi

neer to understand economic'.

and the implications of nistory

.ti thfl arts he-aid. "rertalnlv

it is equally Important that stu-

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44 b : the Connecticut legislature dents pursuing a liberal education

i ar vai n r liriiiH' in vvincviioiii vu&iuiiuciaLaiuu buihc va. r

pubUe- rejected- reorganization blems; and results of science, tech-

plan that had been passed by tne noiogy ana .tne iacis ot xne oauw

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Retired Couple Recaptures
Enthusiasm In Second Home

THESE weren't just improve improvements.
ments. improvements. They were projects a hus husband
band husband and wife accomplished to together,
gether, together, with all the. enthusiasm
and eagerness of .a young couple
fixing up their first home.
'If we had'' bought, a new
house said the; woman, "there
wouldn't have, been anythingv left
for us to do to it We would have
moved in an sat dowa. x
"But by buyins jn older house

that is in good condition; a retir

ed couple can Haye all the fun
and satisfaction of making 'It tru truly
ly truly their own by ell the little
changes and improvements fhat
almost ask to be done.
"Another thinff she added as

she 'finished taking me through-

her charming i house, "tell the
couple who r retiring not to

get na of tne turniture tney nave
lived with for years, especially

the pieces that Jiave a sentimen

tal vaiue.
"It is so much easier to make
a strange house in a t r a g t
town feel like home If you are

surrounded by the things that have
always been a part f-your noma-

wherever you hay lived." g


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Pennsylvania Tests

Radar Wave Safely

Aller Dealh Report
TTAnPTCnTTPn P. -Tri r-:'

wanis dub members were Used as
''guinea, pigs" in a Penusylvania

n 1 v nwa v ijRnarLTTif'ni nnmnniTM.i

tion of the safety of radar advo-

caiea lor tne oetection os speed speeding
ing speeding motorists. ,

I 0. D. Shipley, director tf the
Highway Safety Burcsu, beamed

me raaar aevice at riuo memoers
for. mote than an hour during a
luncheon here, and no ill effects
were reported.
Recommended by the governor's
Traffic Kafotv r' t..- K.

' wwi..i 1UI UOV VJ
Istate police and community law

uxxiucis, iiinway rauur was : re

jeciea Dy tne legislature tms year

of a California man who alleged allegedly
ly allegedly was 'cooked to death" by a

uuG-iuuiuLB cApvsuie to .naarini
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Destello Seeks Third


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by brewmaster iBocas del Toro. The youngster,
, 20 years old, stands six feet, one

the7 second consecutive inch and tips the scales at 185

J; The Colon Junior Chamber of Commerce Handi Handicap
cap Handicap (Handicap Camara Junior de Colon) will be the
fmairi event this afternoon at the President Remon
I Seven sixth series thoroughbreds will match
Sstrides over a distance of seven furlongs in dispute
"of the $400 purse.
Admission will be free to all residents of Colon
jwh have the especial identification cards being dis distributed
tributed distributed by the Colon Chamber of Commerce.

Y swarillv imDrovlne native

i-.horouelnbrefl Destello w'U prob prob-.W
.W prob-.W so off the mutiipls favorite
m Ihe strength of Ms two lm lm-irrfsvfl
irrfsvfl lm-irrfsvfl conc"',i'lve victories 'n
4 tan p wPeV If TVstello
v'lBs. It be his third triumph
Fhifi Pk". a winner on Thurs Thurs-i
i Thurs-i "nd 7"mnr shape ud as the
4wl' most dnneroii contenders
LXto ppt'vp stnr. "lue cv won

!ivS n lenctV" ove' w'fo m a six
uJloP" s"r'rt wi'ie ntP
"dred by two ovr the ssme dfs-y4-
In planet Mentai tim,.
,?iero. which was third he he-'3d
'3d he-'3d wl"0 P'"'. is anot.htr that Is
x'ted t" h.v substf't'al
t"J'''n? In th mutuels niohe
Ky,"'1' Jr"' fKMno round out
r4 Ht Of shedn'H st't-rB.

rT'y are expe1 en io db iiguuij
nuillermo Panchez. usual,
lli he aboard re!tilo while Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo vssoue wii have the leg
nn on Blue S. Apolirmr F?ves
Jp'os re'tces Fortnneto Hidalfjo
JrJ on K"'o and Vlrs-illo rastlim
pt,s the mount on 7,nmr in
tn'op fi Pi"" ofli"Tp. c-nnrtlno
At; v'1 Bttemnt tn p-pt,
i,AB nut nf Ra'ro thai onhr.

pMo"tero coiild. Amadn Credl- in the seventh raceiwhen the
fMo will jru'de Globe Trotter and much ballyhooed Chilean horse

Baeza allowed his mount to ex extend
tend extend himself and he gradually
gained on the last going leader.'
At this juncture, Rosier faded
and drooped completely out of

By the time they hit the final
bend, Embassy was already a a-longside
longside a-longside Hostlgador. In the rurt
to the wire Embassy was decid

edly the better of the two ana
gradually drew away. Maria
Stuardo came tip tp finish thiid,
twelve lengths behind Hostiga-

dor and four ahead of Rosier.
The seven-year-old Peruvian Peruvian-bred
bred Peruvian-bred bay son of A. G.. Lucho Lucho-Rehecha
Rehecha Lucho-Rehecha turned the mile in. the
fast time 01 1:40 1-5. He return returned
ed returned 4 as the even money mutu-r
els favorite.

pa,vor'tfis and other heavily
bop'-'-' horses swept most of the
rac" i exception was the sec second
ond second rpc in which an unhersM unhersM-ed
ed unhersM-ed English filly owned by the
Eleta brothers sprinted to a
nine-length victory in her local
debut. Her time of 1:26 for the
seven furloners indicate a brlcrht

fntpre for this flUv. She return

ed $13 straight, the day's

w:n ocas.

Another mild upset

vear Pitchers Al Osorlo of Ches

terfleld atad Winston' Brown of
Cerveza BalSoa will oppose each

other hi opening night contests.

With a little better iuck tne

pride of Almlrante should bring
home the bacon this time. Both

Ditchers looked good against

Willie Mays' All Stars with the
Cerveza Balboa's ace setting

down nine major leaguers via the

strike out route.

Osorio, who -hails from Chltre
bested Brown on opening night
last year by a 4 to 1 scpre, allow allowing
ing allowing six hits. However, It is ex expected
pected expected with an imnroveo! Cerve
za Balboa Club, Brown should
have no trouble winning.
The land of turtle and abaci,
better known as Bocas del Toro
is proDeriy represented this sea season
son season in the Panama Pro Leame.
Six Beermen: Harold Gordon,
Winston Brow". RelnaWn1 OreT
ld. Walter Barnes. i Anselmo
Correa and Justo Hudson; and
wn Pmotrers Carlos: Heron and

tT,pr)TVrdn ITerwii-Pn first Rw h

HeM, of dav !n this almost for forgotten
gotten forgotten province of the republic.


Floyd Robinson gives the Beer Beer-men
men Beer-men necessary Insurance in the
middle nnsture. His .308 haWm?
mark with Ran Diego Is hoth'nsr
to he sneezed at, and being the

on'v lefty swinper !n the reffnlr
Becmen Uneim he should feat
on the luicv r'wht,-handed sUng sUng-sn
sn sUng-sn ffrvA up by the chuckers of

the circuit.

Who is on first? We cannot

sa. npfienivelji It could be Har

old "Flash Gordon and nffpns nffpns-ively
ively nffpns-ively it could b TTrmnn Ch""les

However, tonihgt one of themj

win De mere, or necessary Doin

will see service In this all impor
tant lid-lifter.

Jjistingo will be ridden by Mon


4'! The secondary attraction pits

' Kadir, fresh from a third place

finish In the Firemen's Classic
kt. Thursday, against speedy

louvre, Gramilla and. Comatose
Xiouvre won his last outing a a-ftainst
ftainst a-ftainst Embassy and Delta,
f; Eight other prospective thrill thrillers
ers thrillers are Included on an attrac-

f Yesterday Embassy found the

floppy tracn to nis iiiang ana
.'ticed to one nd one.half
length victory ever Hostigador
Jin a virtual match race. Maria
tuardo was third and Rosier
(?ast in the one mile fourth se series
ries series race that carried a $600
' Embassy, under a confident
ride by leading jockey Braulio
Baeza, was rated off the fast
pace cut out by Hostigador and
3osler for the first half mile.
'Midway down the backstretch,

Geyser was soundly whipped by

the Irish colt King's Park at win
odds of $6.60. King's Park's time
for seven furlongs was also 1 :26.
As usual, Baeza was the winr
nlngest rider with three. He al also
so also scored with Quickie and In Introduction.
troduction. Introduction. Ruben Vasquez and
Hector Ruiz were runnersup with
two wins each.
The dividends:
1 RutPmnte $4.40. $2.60.
2 Edith Plaf $3.20.
1 Qutckle $1S, $3.20.
2 Affiliation Order $2.20.
First Double: $47.80
1 Sandokan (excluded from
2 Lady Edna $4.20, $2.60.
3 Chlto $2.40.
One-Two: $$.20
1 Soberano $6.20, $4.60.

Things have boiled down to a
nolnt where the second string

hPKt Mrkstop has been drawn Into

"-- vo !o"ir ii hp the bull

occurred Pen warm UP chattel. With a rug-

een season in v:ew ana uie aur aur-ability
ability aur-ability of the first-string mask mask-man
man mask-man in doubt, the Brewer man management
agement management has come up with
youthful Walter Barnes from

t Black Bee $8.
Quinlela: $98.20
1 Cambrioleur $2.80, $2.20.
2 Amln DIdl $2.20.
1 Concrete Pipe $9.40, $5.40.
2 Money Maker $3.60.

1 Klng'i Fark $6.60, $2.20.
2 Geyser f 2.20.
Second Double: $48.80
1 Introduction $5.60, $3.
2 Blue Zulu $4.40.
Quinlela: $12
1 Polo Magnetico $6, $3.80.
2 Ornamental Star $8.80.
One-Two: $50.80

1 Embassy $4, $2.20.
2 Hostigador $2.60.

' Of the regulara takine nart In

tonight's contest, Manager' Leon
Kellman heads the list when it

comes to length of, service, stur sturdy
dy sturdy f'Kelly" will be starting his
thirteenth season. Next In order

is Herman Charles. For. him It

will be NO; 12. Hector Lopez will

oe starting No. 8. whiile for A

lonso Brathwaite. Clarence

Moore. Pepe Osorlo and Reinal

do Grenald It will be No. 6. For
Stanley Arthur 'twill be No. 5,

canos Thome and Winston

Brown, No. 3. Walter BarnesJ

Anseimo correa and Justo Hud-:
son; are rookies, playing their

nrsf season with the club.
United Fund Drive
Boxina Smokers Set
For Kofrfep--CMon.'".
The nosts of Fort Kobbe and
Fort Clayton are scheduling
boxing smokers for Dec. 4 and
7 respectively, with the- pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds to be donated to the
United Fund Drive.
The Fort Kobbe bouits will
match Kobbe boxers against
some of Panama's finest ama amateur
teur amateur boxers and will begin at 7
p ro. at Hangar 4.
The Fort Clayton bouts will
feature fighters who competed
in the recently concluded Pan Panama
ama Panama Area Armed Forces League
Boxinv Championship. They
will also have one or two Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian fighters on the card.
The Fort Clayton bouts will be begin
gin begin at 7 p.m. and will be con-;
ducted at Fort Clayton's Reed Reed-er
er Reed-er Gymnasium,




ExpansipnTo West; Coast
Stiitii Or 3 Yearsway



JCoach Terry Brennan said today

Ron Toth will replace injured full fullback
back fullback Nick Pietrosante. Jim "Just

will start In place of the injured
Dick Lynch at right half and Pat

Doyle will probably take over left
half from Frank Reynolds for No Notre
tre Notre Dame against Southern Cali

fornia Saturday.

NEW YORK' (UP) Major
league basketball expansion to the

West Coast still is two or three

years away, National Baskethall

Assn. President Maurice Podoioti
said today, but is as certain as
the move just maue by big league

baseball, : :'.''.;

The next additions m the NBA

will be Chicago, Baltimore and
Pittsburgh as the league works to

ward an eventual 15 to 18 teams

in three separate divisions; Podo-

loff -thinks it probable'; that Chi

cago will be in next season.

Talent is no problem but cities

which have large .enough playing
arenas are the big ? stumbling
block... ; i:

''That's 'the major problem on

the West Coast," Podoloff ex explains.
plains. explains. "The Cow Palace in San
Francisco is adequate but we have
to wait for buildings in Los An

geles and Portland: The difficulty
is that they aren't off the ground


The .little Napoleon Jot pro bas
ketball figures hat the West Coast
can get into the pro basketball
race when it comes up with a sec second
ond second adequate building.
"We can Start with two as a
minimum on the West -Coast," he
says in his staccato voice. "But
actually they need four or five
teams to compose their own divi division.
sion. division. Then we :an have Eastern,
Midwestern and Western divisions.
The grand scheme, when such
a setup finally is evolved, 'would
accent local rivalries and cut
down on intersections! travel.

There would be a certain amount
of intersections! play under the
three-division plan but the main
accent would be on intra-sectional


"This is a national sport just as

mucn as pro football and base-

ball," Podoloff. explains. "There

, ' j 1 v 1


Race Track Graded Entries

r.P. Hon




are 20 cities with a. population of

mora utan auu,uuu people ana we

plan to move in en most of them."
From a shaky beeinnme. nro

basketball has become a sure-fire

propositions nd the general recon

Struction ofs jvhat will, eventually

oe sirong inree-ai vision circuit
was started this season when the
Rochester 'and Fort Wayne Iran
chises were moved to Detroit and

"The two new cities are coming

aiong in nice snape," Podoloff as asserted.
serted. asserted. ; "Remember,! in the first
year of operation, Detroit, St.
Louis and Chicago all subsequent subsequently
ly subsequently dropped out. Bui we have two
of them back and eventually will
get Chicago, probably next sea season."
son." season." Despite the large number of col college
lege college stars being turned out each

year, Podoloff is among those who
feel that too rapid expansion

would cause a "dilution" of the

teams' overall strength.

nut tw building gradually we

are making certain that none of

the teams will be watered down,"
he insisted. "This way there will
be no talent problem whatsoever."

Which means that as soon as the
big cities build 'ein. the NBA fig figures
ures figures that the game has become

solid enough to fill em. Nor. can
you argue with tlw little man who

has made the game big business.

1st Race, th Series Imp. Fgs.Purse $400 Pool CIowl 1:0ft
1 El Fakir ,-. A, Reyjes 105x;-Completely washed up 100-1
2 Miss Patience? Agulrre 110 Will fight it out ', X 2-1
3 Cypress Bull H. Ruiz 115 -Could get up here g.i
4 Don Danl R. '1 -Form indicates -""M'
5 Kaa ,". A. Mena 115 -Good early speed 4-1,
6 Quescence,-J. 'AWftvdi x. Dangerous contender"" T4 3-1
7 Coronatlon Day Her.1 lOlx Rates good chance"-v--;'-j-a


2nd Rape, 5th. Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $500 ' Pool Close 1:3ft


1- rMlkel A. Credldlo 103 Would pay nice cddi
2 Garramufto G. Monterb 108 Could make it here
9 Mai Rravn a Uamnn. inU.I).ii ..roll- in Amt

w.mivw KM UCilMU. UiU. DSU Ml AUOW ..1

G. Rivera 115 -Enjoying rare form,

w viwque& Mutuels lavorite
GASanehez 108 -VHard to beat1 here

4 My Friend
5 Plcudo 1
6 Coral ?


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3rd Race, "F! Natives 8 Ffs. Purse S375
' l . y. ONE JWO

Fool Closes 1:01

1 Golden Wonder Rivera lift: Form indicates
2 Sollto S. Herhander 102x Rates good chance
3 apa ; - A. Reyes 107x Would pay off
4 Bugaba J. Talavera HOx Dangerous contender
5 Mayrlta v B. Baeza 113 Tougher competition

: so-i
J. 2-1

4th Race, "Special" Natives 5 F. Purse $375


Fool Closes 2:3ft

Patterson Better Every
Time He Doesn't Fight

NEW YORK (NEA) Constantine

D'Amato has come up with a new


The world forgives many

things but not

dt-o-ir oraku of Mooum morals



A Daring

It's time to step up to

finer flavor

and Provocative Film Drama,

"SAINT JOAN" on Wednesday

Four Rosea Bourbon time ia now.
Don't mias another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
smoothneas and richness of this
distinguished bourbon.


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It's time for

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The screen Tersion nf Bernard Shaw'i most famous'
dramatic plar. SAINT JOAN, hag been a long time la eom-;
ki( but'it certainlT was well worth waitlnf for, because It
it a truly matrnUicent production, vv.i'i : i
Starred In the title role Is Jean Seberr, a neweamer,
selected by Otto Pre'minjer, the producer; for this special
role. As the Maid of Orleans,. Miss Seberr Is superb. She
.brlnrs t the part a compassion and honesty that is truly,
"trand. Her natural, fresh, unspoiled quality shines throne h
one of the most demanding roles ia the annals of the thea-
: '-': -,iy
Others who star in the picture,' and turn In top-notch
performances include Richard W id mark at the Dauphin,
Richard Todd, Anton Wal brook and John pielpid. SAINT
JOAN provocative, imsressive and wonderful production
released by United Artfcts, will be shows on 'Wednesday at
your BELLA VISTA Theatre. :
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method improving the breed of
heavyweight champion.
Cus D'Amato's system is to let
everybody but hit tiger do the
"Left you and him fight," teems
to be Cus' credo.
D'Amato's managing secret se
to be staying mad at everybody,
The International Boxing Club,
which controls all the racking
challengers, in particular. That
gives him an excuse for Patterson
remaining idle, and the more the
other gujs fight the better young
Floyd looks. If this gori on long
enough, Floyd will be accepted as
1 great champion even if he never
fights .anyone of consequence,
which he hasn't to date.
Patterson gained consideable add
ed stature by remote control when
Eddie Machen gave a public big
hag punching exhibition against
poor Hurricane Tommy Jackson in
San Francisco.
On the record Machen scored
as handily against Jackson as

did Patterson. But not actually,

Patterson had Jackson ready for

the hosnital in the 10th round.

Jackson .wasn't precisely all right
when his" manager requested the
referee to intervene at the end

of the 10th with Machen, but then
the Hurricane wasn't all right when

the fight started.

less Jackson bouncing up and
down like a yo yo. The best Ma Machen
chen Machen could do was floor the Hurri

cane aS he turned to chat -with

the referee in the first round. The

Hurricane does little things like

that;. He likes company.

D Amato has long maintained

that Machen displays a reluctance

to do battle when the going gets

tough. And as things go along.

not a few people are oeginmng

to agree with him.
; Jackson, who couldn't dent s

felt fedora-, with horseshoes in

his cloves. s nad Macnen DacKpe-

dahna like a wrong way sputnik

on several occasions. Two or three
times a Machen left hook to the
bread basket sent Tommy Into the
Ubangi war dance that is sure
sign he's rather badly wounded.
Machen 'just backed off and look looked
ed looked as Jackson wobbled.

,-MACHEN HAS A- LOT -of equip equipment
ment equipment -and can" punch with both
hands, but he still has a lot to
learn. He remains much too cauti cautious
ous cautious and must brush up on bis

''Jackson was knowingly, coldy,

anl -deliverately thrown in to
huild ud. Machen." says Cus D'-


. Which .makes you wonder why

Jackson was knowingly, coldly

and deliberately tnrown in witn

Patterson twice.

They say Patterson wrecsea

Jackson. But how can you wreca

a wreck ?
nanhiU' PiHtnmii hi r the ner-

feet racket. He improves, without
fighting., rt v-;

RacetraA Tips

1 Gloria M. C. Quiros 97x Has shown1 nothing
2 Fabionex A. Gonzales 108 Would pay nice odd'
3 Guacamaya A. Reyes lOlx Complete failure
4 -El Pequeno B. Baeza 113 Should miss here
5 Stelita A. Credldlo 105 Reportedly improved
6 Fllon.- J. Gonfeora 115 Will flght it out
7 Don Manuel J. Avila 115 Lacks early speed
8 Golden Bound ,S..Her. 09x Should be close up


Sth Race, "G" Natives 6 Fgs. Purse S375

Pool closes 1:00

1 Jipi Japa A. Ycaza 115 Returns in good shape
2 Pancho Lopez G; Rivera 112 In fight to finish
3 Radical A. Vasquez 110 --Could go all the wav

4 Kalalu

B. Baeza 113 Form indicates


6th Race, 6th Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $400 pool Closes 3-40

1 MatriculadoB. Agulrre 115 Usually disappoints
2 Lanero J. Jimenez 106 -Longshot 'specialist
3 Panzaretta G. Sanchez 110 Was never better
4 Picararo A. Ycaza 110 Weak hearted racer
6 Camberwell a. Reyes 103x Poor race in last
6 Cartlllero J. Phillips 115 Form indicates

4- 1
1- 1
2- 1

7th Race, Jth Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse M-",--w Pool Clbsel 4:10


1 Golden-Corn B. Baeza 113 Bapk In, top form

x m Agneiw m s.
S Serabueno

4-Batallon j;. Rodriue-tii Hard to bea,t 1



Kenwf'T-Rates good, chance. 41.
Va3quei'5l -Will fight & out U EVEN
todriauetiia Hard to beat here EVEN


8th Race, "HlaH Natives

I -Fgs.'PaTse $375

root Closes 4:'4J

1 Avispa G. Sanchez 113 --Surprised, In last
2 -Carmelita B. Baeza 108 Notorious quitter
3 Bagdad S. Hernandez 105x Has late foot
4 arac Val B. Agulrre 110 Depend on start
5 San Cristobal Phillips 105 Last was revealing

o jt-onewio j i aiaTera iizx Nothing recently

7 Plehoto


9th Race, 6th 5
Purse $400

AVasquejS;115 Distince to Hking

lerlei Imp. 7 Pgs. Janiir Chamber of. Commerce
Pool Closes 5:15 San''

1 fialero "B. Hernandez 105x Strong effort las.
2 Elko A. Reve- "n'x Could make it here
3 Blue Sky A. Vasquez 115 Seeks repeat victory
4 Zumar V.' Casuuo uu Last doesn't count
5 Destello G.Sanchez 110 Hard to beat here
6 Globe Trotttr A. Cfedi. 106 Could score at price
7 Distingo G. Montero 110 Trailed in last

0 4-1

10th Race, 3rd Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Purse $650 Pool Closes 5:45'
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1 Gramllla S..Hernandez .97x' Light weight may help '4-1
2 Kadir or-Rivera 112;.' Usually beats these 1 'fEVEN
3 Comatose B. Baeza 105 Reportedly ready V 3-1
4 Louvre J. Rodriguez 113 Can go all the way EVEN

Satino will torry you smoolhly

thru the ironing hour


Dn DanI
I Plcudo
3 MayriU
4 El Peqnefie

5 Kalala
6 Plcarar
7 Sra Baen
8 Carmelita
9 DeateUoA
II Louvre

Coronation Day
i : ; Coral
Golden Wonder
Panche Lopes
, CarUliere

San' Cristobal
- Bine Sky
- Kadir


Illminctos sticking,

pulling bunchingev

Yts, Satino nukes your iron fly -cuts down iron-'
ing time on every starched item in your basket
Mix Satins, with' your hot, ready-to-iron starch and"
ee just how' delightfully easy it is to irpn tht
clean longer, and smell divinely fresh I
, Cef your box of Satina today tho
BIQ honing aid in tho littlo packago I



Whatever Hit ti0M&:
Mi iAl'l mm ', .ll.ll r. ch.. .till w v...
Ml II 111 nl'l TT UlIlT
Cdletl yti'rt-iht' still Jioiusv4
As Glenna Collett, she-won the
first of her five U.S. Women's
wife in fnuadeiphia with a daugn
ter and a son wpo captained
Yale's golf team in 1955. Glenna
Golf Championships, In 1922. Her
last came in 1935 nftetj sne.nad De De-come
come De-come Mrs Zdwia Hn Varei She
still plays, too. On her 54th birth-
day last June she reached ih fl-
was known throughout the golf
world simply as "'Glenna" the
one to beat in every tournament
nah of the Rhode Island atufe
Championship and the next- day '.
sne won regaining a title she
lexed up m 1921 and Hadn t tried
wnansve papenea to uienna nor
The world forgives many
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Baseball Starts to take Over

ZlMilitary Sporting : Scene

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Now that the ; rainy zieason

' i' t.u v...vll

cue lo .coma; wr'ajrour'
it staring to take over the milita milita-.ry
.ry milita-.ry sporting scne in the C a a a 1
Zone. v
"v "'Much different from the ptates
and from oiner- commands where
athletes ,are presently donning
. shoulder pads,tlsweat suits or even
:ahin guards, personnel. o,-.U S.
rmy Caribbean .. haye just com completed
pleted completed their rugged basketball and
boxing competition., leaving base base-ball
ball base-ball wide open to players" and fans
.'" e.
' -the Panama Area Armed Forces
(PAAF) baseball-league will be
Somposed -of five teams-tjiisjea
on. Heading the list will be last
year's pennant winner, Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. Other teamt Include For A-
mador, Fort Kobbe. Albrook Ah Ah--
- Ah-- Fore Base and. Army. Atlantic,
made ; up of 'personnel stationed
: at Forts Davis, Gulick and Sher Sherman.,
man., Sherman., The '-defending chimps, Fdrt
Clayton's Cavaliers, wilt be minus
many of last season's stars and
iri order to fill, these gaps coach

over his prospfecti very closely,
'Last year's all-star, first, baseman,

Fat IJelaneyj wul. be. niissmg Irom

the Cav lineup Ikit Clayton has

is, come up With many adequate sub-

stitues;' fi .a ;. :.
" Munnln tf Weaver, second place

finisher in the PaAF batting

race, is back as are outfielder Lou
Ayafs. shortstop Stan Christian

and second Daseman uarneu aan
ford, form irlv of Fcrt Amador.

At Amador, coach Joe Morris

has many gaps to -fill but perea
nial all-star hor(st6p Mike Rive

ra; and slugging Jack Kaps are
expected to carry the bulk of the
load. Catcher Irv HavneS. outfield

er Herm Daniel and pitcher

wayne Tolberr are -the otner vet
erans expected to aid the Troop
ers in their fight for the 18 pen

Last season's PAAF all star
manager Ned Brant of Albrook
Air Force Brse welcomes back a

Fiver team laden with veterans

; PAAF's answer to Casey Stengel

has all atars Dick Greenfield

Frank Lucovich, Mario La Maestra
and Bob Laoger returning. As the
dark horse of the' league this
year, Albrook is expected to field
a much stronger nm? in their at attempt
tempt attempt to cop the coveted crown.
At Fort Kobbe, ,pltyer-msnager
Gene Tapscotf is minus last year's
PAAF. batting king, Ernie Lennon,
however,- the iRegulars, will .field,
with very few exceptions, the


NEWYORK (NEA) At a little

after each Monday morning;

Clifford Montgomery, advertising
salesman, walks into his Fifth

Avenue office- to atart the week.

"How was your week end,"
somebody wilt ask Mm. ; J

awer. "Pitt kickeu on twice our

of bounds, so I gave possession to

West Virginia on the- 50 and you

snouia nave neara tne nowis.
Even the fPitf coaches- sard s it
should habe been on the 45. They
just didn't know hat the ball
Is spotted on the receiving team's
restraining .line afer the second
out-of -bonunds lick, so it's auto automatically
matically automatically the 50." '
Or, "It was line until the Syra-

same team: that finished the '57
Catcher Lennie GHten.t fir at
baseman Cal Edgehill and out outfielders
fielders outfielders Bill Dudley and Jim
Weeks are the ontstanding letter'
Manage; Rudy York's Arfli? At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic nine can finish no lower
than last season. After a dismal
'57 season, the outlook for man
ager 'York and -his Bushmasters
is not much, brighter. All-star cmt

fielder Joei Tucker andii pitching
stalwart Tom Walker will be. ab absent
sent absent from the l74up. v
The 1958 PAAF pennant race Is
expected to be a race to the wire
with all five teams battling tooth
and nail through the four months
of day. :.;..' v
The teams -are- now working out
jn preparation for the rugged
schedule, -which begins m early

I January and ends in April. -

cuse kid threw deep into the end

ione.' 1 '.'.

"A Syracuse receiver and a
Cornell back went up for the ball
together. I had to run like the
dickens to get to them. When
I get there, they hoth have a hand
on the ball. Do you know that
had they fallen to the ground,
each with equal possession, I
would have had to award a touch touchdown?
down? touchdown? Lucky for me, the Cor Cornell,
nell, Cornell, kid got better control, so I
ruled it a touchback."
Montgomery is of course, that
strange breed known as a foot:
ball official. He became prominent
in the sport calling and executing
the complicated souning KF 79
for the touchdown that beat Stan Stanford
ford Stanford for Columbia In the Rose
Bowl on Jan. 1,; 1934.
Since then, he has stuck with
the more complicated side of the
sport, calling rules infractions:
As (field judge for most of the
East's major contests, Montgomery
spends 10 afternoons each fall
watching a football game in the
peculiar way officials do." v.
In the Oklahoma Pitt game,
for example, Montgomery pnly
vaguely noticed the bit an old
quarterback should have appre appreciated
ciated appreciated most the ; way- pitch pitch-outs
outs pitch-outs of 15 yards" or more uniform uniformly
ly uniformly hit each Sooner halfback in
the middle of the stomach while
in full flight,
Instead, Cliff looked at elbows.
The man has a. mania for elbows.
"Particularly if they are held
close to the body, as the rules
call for when throwing a block,"
Cliff savs. "The Oklahoma kids

did it beautifully. I thought they


were terrific, football team.. You

nevefr saw -elbows held so dose

to the body."

Because of tins Montgomery

ha ,, half "of Princeton' palmer
Stadium 'yelling at hint. 5

Ctoelf kicked eff and -the

Prehceton center went after the

kicker,"; Cliff irecolls. ."He f con-

tactea mm av uie ou, out usea nis
elbows., I awarded Cornell ;: the,
ball .on the.,50- The whole ; stad stadium
ium stadium screamed They diun't know
the rule loss of ball at spot of

foul when one is committed while

the ball ia in fugnr."!

to be a "football otflcUl, there

is a primary requisite, Cliff points
out. i

"You've got to be crazy to be"a

football official.

"1 have a home in the suburbs
a wife and 10-year-old son with

whom IVd love to spend week weekends,
ends, weekends, he goes on. "So what do

I do ,1 get on a sieeper rnuay
night and go to some game, then
fly back after it vand get' home
bushed. For this, I break even'
"On Monday, nights, I go to an
officials' meeting and we sit a a-round
round a-round and r talk and then some some-body'U
body'U some-body'U get up and say, 'What am
I doing this for' I'm an old guy
and my wife Is screaming.'
"But then I start' thinping. The
business gives me a chance to
forget about combination ad rates


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malt in if sure nobodv violates sec

tion 3 of rule 7

AI Reynolds Tourney
Quafifying Round
Ends Next Sunday
The qualification-for the Al Rey
nolds "Kings Ransom House of
Lords"' golf tournament will con
tinue all this week at the Panama
Golf Club and the qualifying
rounds of 18 holes must be com completed,
pleted, completed, by 6 p.m. next Sunday
.Play must be In two-somes or

larger groups.. Players must regis

ter before playing tucir quautying

round. The first round played aft

er registration will be the quali

fying round. No practice rounds
are. permitted, y.
The' quarterfinals of the Dun Dun-lop
lop Dun-lop tournament 'will be completed
byr-f-p.m. tonight.-;

Matches in the quarter final
round of the men's flights, to be
completed ?re:
First flight, upper bracket: A A-rias
rias A-rias vs. Hinkle; ICade vs. C. Mac Mac-Murr.
Murr. Mac-Murr. ,,
First flight, lower bracket: Kb
sik vs; Dalton ; Moran vs. Lan Lan-don.
don. Lan-don. Second flight, lower bracket:
P. de Mena vs. Sibauste; Gleich Gleich-man
man Gleich-man vs. Bass.
In the women's, flight, matches
are scheduled as fpjlows:
Owen VS.'Dilfer.,.

Bass vs.. Robinson.

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SHAPNEL'S rural"1 heme, ea
beach. Phone Thopmion, B.lboe
POSTER'S Cottae and
Batch Hous. On. Me ast the
Casino. Phone Balboa HoO.
PHILLIPS Oeaantide CoHanes
Santa Clara. Bw 1W0 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da Phona Panama
31877, Cristobal J-H7J.
1 Beautiful chalet, two bedrooms.
Phene 3-609.
FOR RENT i 2 btdraom chalet,
arafle, playground; conveniently
located $85.00. Phone: Balboa
FOR RENT: Furniihed room,
cool, spacious, separate entrance,
near Via Espafta. Via Porras No.
-Atomic Reactor Is
frozen For Repairs
At Argonne Lab
CHICAGO (UP)- There was
'Ice in Argonne Laboratory's boil boiling
ing boiling water atomic reactor, but
'was no accident. One part of the
' reactor failed to function.
:, In order to get at the part, the
scientists usually would have had
,to drain off quantities of readioac readioac-ive
ive readioac-ive water, remove' the part, fix
' it, re-install it, put the dangerous
water back in and go back o
4tAti nhsin reactions.
UK" v
This seemed like a tortuous aro-

! f ess to two engineers, wiuwm o. icmuutc.
I t Katon and Charles F. Bullmger. Researchers have found the me me-V
V me-V They speculated that if they could ter to be useful m measuring the
jury ,j nt notion Dlants.

ess to two engineers, WiUiam j
Kahn and Charles F. Bullmger
j. th. urotpr from the nan.
,they would save at least two main-
tainance steps.
So"nthey did- With dry ice and
kohpl at minus 70 degrees.

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ATTENTION, ft. I.I iatt
modani runUbod aparrmeate, I,
2 badrooma. bat. cold wafer.
Phona Panama 8-4941.
FOR RENT: fwe one-bedroem
apartment, furniihed. In cool
quiet location. Near Hotel Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. For Gl't or bachelor. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable rrnt. Call Gamboa 462.
FOR RENT:-Fiimithed modern
apartment, near but line. $70.
Via Porrai 1 1 4 San Franciico.
FOR RENT:--!-bedroom or 2-'
bedroom apartment! 2-bath-roomi,
large dining and living living-room,
room, living-room, separata maid' room with
bath, garage, hot water, (mail
'.'Patio," furnished or unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, in high cool locality, all
screened, in El Cangrejo. Tele Telephone:
phone: Telephone: Office hours 2-0321,
after office hour 3-7708,
FOR RENT: Furnished one bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment over Panama
Auto-Automobile-road. $70.00
monthly. Tel. Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT; Furnished 2 bed bed-bedroom
bedroom bed-bedroom apartment, m a i d' s
room garage, near Hotel Panami.
Call 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Vacationing couple
sublet cool apartment furnished
January, February, March. Cam Cam-pa
pa Cam-pa Alegre. Tel. 3-0272.
Device Tests Water
Content Of Plants
Dartment of Agriculture is test
ing a device that indicates when
plants need irrigation. The instru instrument
ment instrument is attached to the stem of a
pbnt. The device works this way:
Two small prongs are stuck onto
the stem: The prongs are electro
des attached to an onmmeier.
nhmmotpr measures electrical re
sistance in the nlapt and the
more water m tne piam, tne less
The department said research
the new device may -help farmers
will continue, n iounn pim-umi,
through droughts.


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FARMACIA LUX-1M Central Avmuj a)
A., vui. VKaiiM. a mii)Ni CmiIi
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile,
convertible $150.00' dowm Will
finance, Balboa 3050. i
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet 2 2-door
door 2-door sedan, two tone, 5 new
tires, excellent condition
throughout. Must be seen to bo'
appreciated. Asking $875 but
will accept best offer. Home 6 6-474.
474. 6-474. Office 2-2731.
FOR SALE: 1953 'Singer
roadster new paint, tires, ton ton-neau
neau ton-neau cover, excellent condition.
Phone Coroial 3112 day hours.
FOR SALE: 1953 Oidsmobile
"88", excellent condition, radio,
heater, power brake, will except
older model car for my equity.
Call Sgt. Brown 86-6197.
FOR SALE: 1947 Chrysler in
good condition. $250.00 or best
offer. Tivoli Guest House. Room
360. 't
'FOR SALE: 1953 Two-door hard
top Mercury Monterrey conver convertible.
tible. convertible. Green and white, 28.000
original miles. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. For further Information,
call Cristobal 1463 after 5:00
! ie
station wagon. Motor in excellent
condition, six good tires, duty
paid. Call Balboa 3160.
Chlrorwriisl will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, mlloin.
,c Imtrown toe- nails, foot mas mas-srr,
srr, mas-srr, ett, !.,'. ;
Services "SCHOWS" .
. : products s-'
j. Arowmena Ave. 33-41 : j-
Tet. 1-2217 .'': -i
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Oeneral Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama J-0552
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses. Tour for
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
51. Louis Schools
To Try twtMkn
Based On Brains
SR. LOUIS (UP- High schools
here will try out "segregation
nlan" based on brains, beginning
in January.
Tern-aged students who have
eased through 34 credit hours of
state-required subjects now may
find the going rougher and long longer.
er. longer. They vrll need uo to 42 credits
for a high school diploma.
Philip J. Hickey, superindentent
of the school system, called it a
"three-track" system. He said two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the enrollment of each
school will rera'in rttnr, rftio. The
remaining one-third will be divid divided
ed divided into students with above and
be'ow average abilities.
: What he called "major learners"
; will be channeled into extra eours-
mm uima maatv auhiectl that
1 will chonllenge their talents. Those
tested as superior will be renuird
to pass eight additonal credits for
-.' !a-. totaling 42 hour.
Those judged major learners will
need four extra credits for a total
of 38 hours.
i Hickr-v said one of the curricu
lum changes will be a four-year
English requirement instead of
three. Emphasis will be on litera literature
ture literature in the last year.
No longer will Oiey be allowed to
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loii.r PI... riu Central
- aI Atain.ta. 19 1CI Tl Jin
Miscelloneous ) 1
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 60 y y-cle
cle y-cle Frigidairo, 9 cubic feet, good
condition. Price $75. Home 6 6-474.
474. 6-474. Office 2-2731.
FOR SALE: Piano, bicycle, toys,
watches, shaver, blackboard, tool
box, suitcases, clothes, miscel miscellaneous.
laneous. miscellaneous. 2308H. Las Cruces, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. You owe it to yourself. Call ma
for best deal before you buy any
car or set of five irons. Telep Telephone
hone Telephone Quarry Heights 2209.
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldimobile
with hydramatic, good running
condition7 and good tirei, $325.
Living room furniture, divan and
three chairs, upholstered new
slip covers. One chair, mahogany
frame with upholstered cushions,
$50.00. Wold sell separately.
Mahogany desk. Miscellaneous
household items. Phone 5-481,
house 263-B, Gatun.
FOR SALE: 22 Cal. Winchesrer
tarajer er sporting rifle, with the
finesr target sights. Brand new.
One of the finest Hi-Fi outfits
around. Consists of separata large
triaxial speaker and cabinet. Con Console,
sole, Console, housing amplifier, preamp
custom ttjrn table with tjtay vis viscous
cous viscous damped tone arm and fair fair-'
' fair-' child diamond cartridge, and ra radio
dio radio tuner. A wonderful Chrjst Chrjst-mas
mas Chrjst-mas gift. Will sell units separ separately
ately separately if necessary. Phone. Bal.
TAURANT RESTAURANT affers invitation to bid
on contract to operate a FURNI FURNITURE
SHOP lii'Curundu, C. Z.VPros-
peetrv bidder are inyrted to visit
the operations. Bids should be
submitted in duplicate, in sealed
envelopes properly identified on
the outside, and enclosed In
another envelope addressed to
the installation. Officer for, th
attention of ha Post Restaurant
Officer. Bid will ba opened; at
1400 hours on SO December
1957 in the Post Restaurant
Building. For further Information
call Curundu 6205 or 4268.
' FOR 'SALEs .Refrigerator 25
$ cyela f$35 00. japl Tloorlna:
Sl Otfi per 50 "aej.ltt t WK.i
Motor 25 eycto $10.0 ach. ;'
Slate for one pool table $10.00.
Fiber alas 14 Divino Board 1
new $125.00 1 used $25.00. 1
3-WV Swimming pool filter valve.
$50.00. 1 New Hipochlorife
Chlorinator $100.00. 100 Ft.
Sunproof Jlex-O-Pipe (plastic)
$50.00 Cristobal YMCA.
FOR SALE: New 60 cycle
Kingsixe Black Angus". Rotis Rotis-sflrie
sflrie Rotis-sflrie S60; States Bamboo Arm Armchair
chair Armchair $30.00; odd coffee and end
Mble. Call Panama 3-1019.
Paitilla Airoert and Calle 91 Este,
House 103.
FOR SALE: G. E. automatic
washer, filter flow, Bush buttons.
Used nine months 86-3101.
FOR SALE:-' Hi-Fi set, Heathkit
amplifier with preamplifier 30
watt KT66 tubes Garrard RC80
record chanqer Miller broadcast
tuner and Goodman speaker In
specially designed enclosure. You
may brinsj veur test record. Ca Calle
lle Calle 53 No. 27. Across th street
from Estaclen Modeme. Tel. 3 3-3756.
3756. 3-3756. ,
Sealed bids, for opening in oub oub-lic,
lic, oub-lic, will be received until 10:30
a.m., December 6. 1957, in the
office of Superintendent, Store-,
house Branch, for.coocks. disks,
gaskets, faucets, hanqers and
pipe firtinei. For further Infor Information
mation Information and copy of Invitation
No. S-57-182 contact office of
Supeiinte' 'nt. Storehouse,
Branch, telephone 3-1086.
FOR SALE: Abbott's Panama
Canal. Wonderfi-I illustrations.
Tel. Stuhl. Bal. 3663.
FOR SALE: Baldwin 'Grand Pia Piano,
no, Piano, studio sis in excellent con
dition. Terms en be arranavd.
Tropelco, 45th St. and Via Ei Ei-pafia.
pafia. Ei-pafia. nt locfivo mump will hf. a narrow
ed. They must choose either a for
eign language or a Jshomory sci
ence, neither required by the state
The three-way curriculum was
rannmmonHpri last Anril bv ttl St
Louis school hoard's White House
study committee.
While major learners are wad'n".
fhrniiirh svtrs onivsp avrn"e stu
dents i""' be .rffer c"" ire-;
oaratory coures. industrial is
home economics, business and fine
arts the same curriculum as in
the past.
In Color?
Pedro Infante In
"Cuanda Habla el Coraian"
TODAY IDEAL ."30 -.20
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Boats fr Motors 1
FOR SALE: Must sell leaving
soon 11 W ft .boat w7V& HP
motor. No reasonable offer ref us us-Vfd.
Vfd. us-Vfd. Phono Kobbe 4141.
FOR SALE: Converter 180
watts, 2 1 4hr. motor 25 cycle
60 cycle signal generator. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3676.
W High. Rallies
Begin Monday
K Balboa Church
Plans have been completed "for
the Canal Zone Baptist Associa Association
tion Association "M" Night rally to be heM
Vi UMror. TJantlst Phiirph of
Oklt J. . U l awv.uv V -
Balboa Heights Monday at 7:3d
1 "M" Night, or Mobilization
Night, is a special tiem for
lonnnHlnir tho Tralnlnof TIniOn
program in Baptist churches for
the coming year, siartea in iwm
hv t.h Tifft4rilnir union Denart-
ment of the Baptist Sunday
acnooi ooaro, ruisnvuie, t,uu
this type of meeting has created
widespread interest thtoughout
tns souxnern joapwsi uonven
rr Phnrlea P. Wtts. nastor of
the Highland Baptist Church,
Dallas-Texas, Is coming v ex expressly
pressly expressly to speak at a series of
five "M" Night rallies. The first first-rally
rally first-rally will be held at the First
Baptist Church of Balboa
Heights, on Dec. 2; the second
at Calvary Baptist Church in
Panama City, Dec. 3, both at 7: 7:-30
30 7:-30 p.m. on Dec. 4 the third rally
will be held at the First Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Baptist Church, Cristobal,
at :i p.m.,- ana me ioiuui ni, wic
Bethany Baptist Church, La
Chorrera, On Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m.
At each1; of thtjse. ,"M" Night
rallies, Dr. Pitts will be the
(rnpst srwilof Tncluded In the
program will be two groups of
young people wno wiu engage in
Bible and .speaking contests.
Rnecial music will be nrovided bv
the host churches. 1100 people
are expected to attend tnese raiT
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FOR SALE. 6a range like new
with Electric clock ?,$1 25.00.
Phone: Balboa 2-3542.
TOR SALE : Bamboo sat, easy
chair, three, teat setee, regular
chair. House 2249 BalSoa. Phona
2-1 78 J.
FOR SALEs Dining table with
xtension leaves and six chairs.
Fold-away bad; bar with (match
inq chair arid mirror. Tel. J-
0272. ": ,v,.
FOR : RENT: Only two spex
washing machines 25 cycles.
Priced right. Tropelco ,45th $t.
and Via EspaS.
ii... vd iiMrm! The
second of several public hearings
being conauctea on me iwius
bv U.S., Congressional commit
tees will open at the Balboa
Tneater tomorrow.
Last week Canal Zone union
renresentatives told a House
Post Office and Civil Service sub
committee that when it comes w
riving emnloves adeauate pay
and wage raises Panama Canal
administrations cannoi oe wus wus-ed.
ed. wus-ed. However, a major gain was
recorded by local labor when the
$1 an hour minimum Decarae ef effective
fective effective this week on the Canal
Zone. i
With the announcement of the
projected plan of the 'Kaiser
Aluminum Company to search
for and mine bauxite, soared tne
hopes of numerous unemployed
persons. And justly so, because
it is said that the operation may
reach $2o;ooo,ooo.
. Statistic Vltae: The depart department
ment department of Vital Statistics, of the
Comptroller. General's : office
of the Republic announced av
father boomlnt; j business for
the month of October when
total: of 3113 births was record recorded
ed recorded in the entire republic, dis distributed
tributed distributed as follows: Boys 1522
and Girls 1591.
A tipws release attributed to
Pierre Jaquiliard, general man manager
ager manager of Hotel El Panama Hilton,
and appearing In a Spanish lan-
guage aauy, siatea mm uckiu uckiu-nlntr
nlntr uckiu-nlntr this week emnloves of the
Tocumen international Airport
will be entitled to purcnase, a
snprtnl liinnh riailv Which Will be
old for 50 cents and for other
meals on the menu they will re receive
ceive receive si 25 per cent discount, at
me resiaurani inere.
The hew management, natur natur-tliir
tliir natur-tliir i-ti ht rnnprat.nlated but
it would hot be amiss to inquire
if this "special previlege" should
not be extended also to employ
es of the hotel nseu?. ......
A lit 11 nro f nt.r nriiiPtttrl ill thf?
n. uaaji nnw, u4vvhvvi.
National Assembly by one of the
deputes which u .approved win
mean that, failure oi the assem assemblymen
blymen assemblymen to attend sessions of the hrwtv will find .them
selves automatically penalized
with the loss of ?25 for eacn aay
that, thev urn not nresent.
It 13 felt in some quarters mar
it is unlikely that this bill will
rriv tne nort ni tne soions.
Another very important point
was raised by one of the Span
ish language, cojumnisw. ne
queried the extent of the power
of the proposed bill to really
guarantee the convening of the
Assernbiy: rBBcause, ;.says he.
there is no' stipulation in the bill
which wouia mase a aepuiy; ior-
reib nu rieni w) me za a aay u
he ehould attend sesion and
then later on because of the lack
of A quorum, the meeting has to
be called. That really would be
no fault of hli. .
. .The Vlncentlan v Fathera are
requesting : donations iof the
annual Yuletide operations of
the Palo Seco leper colony.
. Have yea liven yet? If not yon
nay address your contribution
to Father Konen, St. Mary's
Mission, 1 Balboa Post Office,
.Box 202. Thank joul : v ...
The- vocal" combination ffolns
under the monicker of The ser ser-enaders"
enaders" ser-enaders" are really climbing th'i
musKai laaaer. ; r ..
' Doing their warbling In MJiat
special graceful manner, the
group is currently delighting
cap n OLIO
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cleaning of. motor $5. waxing of
cart $6, Auto-Baflo, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sear.",'
FREE Television PUck-up and
delivery service during the month -of.
November, Phona U. S. Tele,
visieav,Pana"ma 3-7607 fot fast (
service. '. t
The bast eliunar and drink
are served in, aur rnodern ir ir-aoiufitioner
aoiufitioner ir-aoiufitioner cateter.ia Brill and
Bar. Hota Intarnacional 'PU
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guests with their extensive re
pertoire at tne ta Kancno ui ui-den.
den. ui-den. 1
Tmonh.twn vmTs at marital
bliss was celebrated last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Patna
Brown of parafso, Canal, zone,
when the popular couple were
Vi ror1nlont nf numerous feli
citations from friends on tooth
sides of the Isthmus.
Mrs. Brown also observed her
birthday anniversary tjhe day
previous. Beiatea congrais.
Mm Mnhln .Tohnsbn of the
capital, last Wednesday came in
ior ner snare or rinnaay greet
The wife of Nathan; Johnson
the, well-known matron- passed
tne evem raxner quieuy.
In aid of charity the Wom Women's
en's Women's Activity group sponsored sponsored-a
a sponsored-a "Night of Fun" last Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening at the homa of
Two Soldiers Find
They BbihriaVe
Same Serial
rnPT tKwtS. Wash. fUPI
After millions of digits without a
miss, somebody finally fouled up
an A rvriv rial niimhAF
Pt Hprharrf Hlnn tit I,0 AnB6-
1 and Vet Tnran T). Brav Of Whit-
tier Talif -have shaken the foun
dations of the armed forces' 4"
erlcal systems ngnt oown 10 ine
decimal point.'
The thorn in the siae ot -tne
Army is No. 56282086. Both
Bray and Hipp rightfully claimed
the number.
"Beats me how it happened,"
co!H TTInn 31th Trifantrv soldier'
"We were both processed at the
Fifiiirn and 15th St. Induction
Station in Los Angeles on Oct.
4. 1956. we were Duaaies m dssic
training at Ft. Carson, Colo. The
prnr xhnureil nn nne dav when Our
shoes got mixed, up because they
were marxea wun tne same num-
vet a. i
Assigment to different outfits
here has eased theproblem. Bray
nnnr ia In the 1th Division- Admin
istration. Company and Hipp is in
the 39th. ; :
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:. Pa-:. nama Canal Jon. Tal $tuhl,I
lalbe 3663..
Real Estate
1 FOR SALEs Chalet, fwa apart-
Ave. Lefevre, reasonably priced.
Tet. 3-2877.
the McDonalds In Parque' te
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There was verey indication
that a wonderful time was had
by all those attending tbi
highly successful venture. v;,s-
' ririn onrt 'Rear ,Tt? A farmer
complained for weeks about the
disappearance mo vfiiucuo.
One evenlnar he decided to keeB
art all-night vigil in order to see
Ahnut. midnitrhtfT he heard
cnnnrtR mmintt from the direc
tion of the coop. Shotgun In
hand he shouted, "who is steal?
ihg niy chickens?" to which
voice from within the coop said:
"It's only us chickens here,
boss." ('v
The irate farmer, shoutina! in

vectiyes t&V

last .:. ... . chicken tt spoke.1
cpme out wiui your.nftnoj up.-

xnougni r ur ivsa; i-icmiw
mend you to. take care of tht
minutes end the hours Will take

care, of themselyes,ii:-4?vi;s;

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Of Slums,1
ltd Greet!

Of Some Landlords
CHICAGO (WW National' As-
sociation of HduSiri and Red.
velopment officials say that many;:
landlords deliberaterly ereatt
slums. '
n a Irecent Issue of the Public
Administration Bulletin, the offi
cials cited the case of a Chicago
landlord, believed, by.- his neigh
bors to be a respectable busines-.
man, who was fined $1$07.600 fdr
failing to maintain his apartment
building properly. ..i'llj

The creation ot a 13-diock sium
area in Toronto Canada was blam
ed largely on two owners, the
officials sam. -t,

-One of the owners began ousi-t

,ifh tl non navment on a
rundown building in the area and,
the other as a renr couector. rney
gradually secured control ot more
than 80 buildings by permittin
indiscriminate OCCUSSnCVv and
making ias few repairs as pos-
sible. ,i; -: 'Vs"-;.x
They went free In most or ap approximately
proximately approximately 500 court, "appear,
ances,. but their operations pro-
o.j n annA result 'Toronto
started a vmajor war on Its slums.
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StNtAYrDE(!;EMBER 1, 19ST'
Sesame Cakes, Tea Mean
Lan: De: -Sktoma Icicle.
Hospitality To Japanese


The gaiety and suspense of
the' charming.Latln ..American
pinata will be as enthusiastically
enjoyed by youryoungstersv this
Christmas as by their little neigh neighbors.
bors. neighbors. -A pinata "is a container for
gifts which are released hy the ehll
dren on a .given signal -s the
climax of a. special occasion.".. -?,
fThe most' familiar type of -pinata
is the -earthenware, contain container
er container filled with tiny ., goodies and
suspended1 "above' tpe 'children s
heads. Sticks -are used to break

the pinata and shower down the
gifts. But there art several varia variations.
tions. variations. 4 r
- Latin American friend of
mine tell me pinatas'can be made
in fanciful shapes from paper' or
cardboard often quit -elaborately
done. Sometimes 4hey are used:
Jst able, centerpieces wUfl rib-;
ons leadin to the gtfts. Pinatas
are featured' at Christmas, at

birthday parties am? similar pe
cial children's parties,

. I'VE WANTED TO try one for

my offspring but have looked in

vain for an authentic pinata in

our town. So I was delighted 7when

ed out 'a simple pinata could

make-JErom handy mateiais wun
out losing the- spirit of -the" occa
ai' Vs v

- This is better suited to average
Amwican nomes where the con container
tainer container will be broken indoors. Al

though your ingenuity wilt suggest
other "designs, this is a Santa .pi .pinata.
nata. .pinata. '
To male a It ..; vou'll need one

large shopping hag- one fold jol

flameproof red crepe paper and
one in white.; aluminum foil; paste;
ribbons, tier aps of red and blue
paper of. gummed red and blue
trepe papery s. :
t First, cuf out the bottom of the
shopping, bag. Then cut off a
four-incthwide strip of red crepe
paper fro unopennd 'foldv Using





t Housewives Interested in top
duality frozen food v may have to

reverse their steps in the super-
niarVat' Pvnert'c Eiictsaet splnptiriff

lllULilt..., nf.. "flo
frozen packges last' have th6m
rushed home to the, freezer, to
.frresefoeythe "quality. : "::
kieaning"- filters in.ihe air con conditioner
ditioner conditioner is 'simpler than it sounds.
Remove the1 filter, shake off loose
dirt, and dip filter in hot suds.
apply -special- fmer6iHhatr aids
in trapping forei'gB matter in the
,ir ( jW1; 1. "' -'
I ttinsing clothes to cold water
after washing them in warm or
Jot atid i?neans more work;' for
Hie Jroner, TJhis. : ?pid change pin

Food particles wedged Vopeii
fngs and blades of a food chop chopper
per chopper can be, brushed away. Brush
with a well lathered percolator
brush. Suds, rinse and dry parts
thoroughly before putting chopper
back- together1. ; '

jovial Santa tlaua pinata
filled1 with small fifts swings
overhead to add excitemept to
' the children's Christmas. This
U.S. version of popular -Latin-American
custom is made from
. erepe paper-covered shopping
bar. men the ribbons in the
base axe palled, the sifts
-shower down.V

sharp scissors, cut into the un

opened strip, spacing each cut a a-bout
bout a-bout an inch and a quarter apart
and two inches deep,

' PASTE RED STRIP around bot-

torn' of bag.' Place second red

strip two inches above-the s first.

Cut about eight Identical strips
of white Crepe and cover most of

the bag so that only a five-inch
band arotind the top Jremains un

covered. Cover this section with

an : uncufe strip .red crepe

Second, ose itapleii or cellophane

tape or strong adhesive tape to
secure foil to bottom of the
Third, curl starinht ends of cut
paper bjj ,, rolling tlise ends., oyer
a oensifwR 4cfeot'Wade';

Fourth, paste .onto waite crepe

tho roaiBTii"j xnsntnert 3vpr phi

from blue !'pSper, nd nose; and

mouth cut from red paper.
Fifth cut- slits in foitbase-- Put

small gifts, some1 tied to rrtbbos,
In bag and: pull ribbons through
the slits.
i Sixth, make handles from two

ribbon loops stapled to the top
of the batt ",and decorate .with a

pompom of crepe paper or ribbon

bows. ,
Suspend! the pinata from a ceil ceil-Inrf
Inrf ceil-Inrf fixture or small hook, i When

the time comes to break. it open,
it th. nfciltfran iiU the rihhnns.

act 1 yfl



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" "Son of diplorrfats should be returned to their own country when they reach their teens," says Rafael
Fuentes, Ambassador of Mexico to Panama. "Otherwise they will not get to know love their own country, nor will
they feefthitf.they Wally, belong." ..-''. w v y
- About daughters h would not say. "They wiJI gP with their husbands, anyway, he smiled. Then he added,
""Iwas stationed in Mexico for eight years4 while my daughter was growing up, so we didn't have any problem.
But I sent my son up before we went." ; '
, Ambassador, and 'Mrs, Fuentes h&ve two children: Carlos who has just published his first novel and is start starting
ing starting his? career intiie Foreign Office just as his father did in 1925,' and I Berta, who is married.t6-Andres Chersi of
Venezuela. r- -. ' ' '- '. v.:'''v' ' ... A. ,,1.
Since the children spent:their early years in Washingtpn, they learned to read and write first in English and,

of course, they have never forgotten this Januage, This was oni of Ihe.many examples of the advantages or a


of travel and change fo phildren "c1tedt :bytbe-Am!a ador, -
e Am'balsador's life hai' been '- .r"-i
of travel and excitement. His I la 1941 the Fuentes family made ,
i. .ii., ctorf. I .nnthpr move. This time- thev s .jn


full n

tie career actually .start'

ed in Panama in ize,, wnen-ne
wan Third Secretary to the Mex

ican Legation. Among many' of the
friends he made at that. time was
Ernesto' d la Guardia Jri.'.Who is
now the President of Panama.

He returned to Mexico to ,, oe

married and, brought ; his ... oveiy

bride back to Panama. Their first

child, Carlos was born here, y-;

During tour, ne came 'to Know
an ambitotis young marf named

f'Ghichi" Remoh who- wanted .to
go to Mexico to study.' Fuentes

was aDie 10 arrange a scuuibi smp-

to the Military College there. Many

years' later, -when the ill 'fated
"Chichi" was visiting Mexico as
President : elect he ksked that

his old friend be sent hack1 t to

Panama as Ambassador.

"That's Tiow f came here!" ex

plained the Ambassador. He add

ed, "JNeeuess. 10 say, we were ue ue-iiohti
iiohti ue-iiohti hp(alise we-had "so many

friends in Panama already, and

we have a great, atfection ioi- this
country." ; '"v y- I'
From their first tour m Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, the Ambassador and his fam family
ily family moved to Brazil. Then they went

tO' Montevideo; ano xaaa inej
t 1 Xk.mi-Atirao '-in Wachinptnn

1UUUU 1.ICII10C1V.S.O. .. t.u.--o

vobpte Fuentes was; SecondiBecre'

tart tothJtf exiean EmbaBfy.'iln
the'eight yeaMthey spentdn Hhe
Caitol. he. rose -to First. Secre-

tiiv and then to Councillor.

This was an interesting, -.tiUMi.

Oreat chances were being made

in the oil rights and distribution

in Mexico, and the .Mexican oipw
mats were, working overtime.--,

Ambassador Fuentes draws an

attractive picture of Washington.,

Wn pre-war clays. ,

'It was auite small, ne saia

"After a while, w knew every everybody
body everybody town, I remember showing
CJiolly Knickerbocker's wife how

to dance the rnumDa. lie iaugn'

another move. This time .; they

went to Chile, where he was Co Councilor.
uncilor. Councilor. In 1943 he went t04 Bue Buenos
nos Buenos Aires as- Charge p' Affaires.
Then" he wa called fo Mexico,
just one year after he had' sent
his son bome to school, and be-
fnr the nroblpm Of what to do

witji a daugh,ter--had grown im-

col of the Foreign Office he spent
the busiest nine years of- ,1; his
life.- .-.. ..'.'-'.t'.'i'yv-
FiTartV nioVit w haA in Areas

and go somewhere, there was -ne

ver' -a 'moment -o sit !dowir ana
read and relax. .-
'. He actually served .: as J Protocol

Chief under three yresidenta.illa yresidenta.illa-huel
huel yresidenta.illa-huel Camacho, Miguel Aleman and

Ruiz Corunez. He-was in that of office
fice office when President Truman made

1 history by being the first President

of the United Stses to visit Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. That was in 1947. 1

nred President Aleman on a re

turn visit to Washington, he was
touched by the stupendous acclaim
'given Ms President.
! 'In all the years I was in Wash Washington,'
ington,' Washington,' he said. 'I had never
seen anything like that."
Always a close friend of the
United states. Fuentes was pleas

ed -when his official duties brought
him close- to another United States
President Dwight D; Eisenhower

in 1953 when the-Iatter met wim
President Ruiz Cortinez at the
border and inaugurated Falcon
ilvater that year he came to Pa Panama
nama Panama as Ambassador, and has
been .here eyer, since.
Not the least of attractions Pa Panama
nama Panama has for him these days if
that it is geographically in the
middle of his family. With his
daughter in Venezuela and his son
iA Mexico. It is Just a matter of

hours to join either one.

Milker G

fourteen 2y:ace5



Mom'. Burger, 58-year-old mother
. u an A. onHmnthpr, t(l manv Ot-

,: hers, is ; closing up her big. house

here with us aormnory ue se

cond; floor and cherished: memo memories'.
ries'. memories'. ; ,- '- '- ;'
Alt her children have left home,

10 id enter re'jgious. life and four

to marry. . ( . -,
. Nine years ago when Mrs. Mary
' jburger ; receivel the .Papal Bene

v Standing motherhood,,: national at-.

: her family which livened theljf;14-
Vsnxa rtt 1TL knit).

Since destroyed by flood. At that

time, nine of the Burger children
. still were home.
, The last three children at home
nave just left two to enter a
convent and the other to enter a
"'preparatory seminary. The busy
mother now is starting. a.'I Jnore

slowly paed, anddt ierenl' kind

of life -J nousexeeprng tor ,.a
wriest son. the RevwJtoberf Burger

pastor of at. Patrick's church in

Osage uty, Kan.
SHE HAS ONE big apprehen

sion in starting her new duties

; cooking. . -' -:
"i'm out of practice,' sfi con con-'
' con-' ,' flded.-'--.V
, Most of the cooking inher nouse nouse-'
' nouse-' ho d was done, she explained,', in
. the past three years by daughters
Angela and Anne Man while she
worked a sa general duty nurse in
the-Kansas City hospital where
her husband, Dr. Julius A. Burg Burger,
er, Burger, was a staff Member until his
" ,4h it "lK -1-

Although wistful at leaving be-

nind her full life as a nousewue,
vivacious -'Mom V. Burger face
'.the future-with typical-courage
tnd good humoc .-.-js-'
,Sh is looking forward to read reading
ing reading a bood occasionally, explain-,
ing with S smile that reading-was
r nnsiihlo befnr ""oiilv? while '1 'in-

the hospUat having -babie;'i-.4

: Mrs. Burger also expects, to
, have more time tor devote to cor correspondence
respondence correspondence with the out of-town
, members of her family, i
Included among her correspond correspondents
ents correspondents are a half-niece and nephew
.who lived four yeats t the Burg Burger
er Burger home and a Formosan physican
Who considered the Bruger resid residence
ence residence his '"American home.' .vA
former college classmate of one
ei the Bruger sow. he spent sum-

(a)uiel csCife

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Mrs. Mary Burter, rifht, mends cassocks with a friend. Mrs.
J. D. Busk, for her son. the Kev. Robert Burger.

mersvand holidays at the Burger
home while,- in, medical school, and
was feted, as a son by theBurg theBurg-ers
ers theBurg-ers upon .his graduation last sum-
M a, .. - .
-HelosP-allhir'TKwsessioni "in
the 1951 flood like the rest of us,'

Mrs. B.urger4 jrecaliel. 1 -v

-Hh E IMUnmvi V mother

hOpes- to purchie a smaller house

after me family,.- noma is -sola
so her children end five grand grandchildren
children grandchildren can spend holidays 'A 'A-round
round 'A-round the home i ires A -. . ..
Six. of .Mrs.- Burger's daughters
have entered' the .Roman Catholic
convent of the Sisters of St.. Jo-,
seph in Wichita. 1 One is a mis mistress
tress mistress 0' novices at a convent in
KyoKy, Japan, two are school
teachers and one' is a hospital

''A SOM PAUL, is a physician
with offipes in the Shawnee build building
ing building which he shared with his-late
father, Charles, -who Recently re re-turned
turned re-turned from a tour of military
duty, in EurQpeHJRarijed in,Au.
-l"Societv needs Mrs.- Burger's

brilliant example and- nobler In Inspiration
spiration Inspiration so Buqh in-these" dark
days when by So many "the Gnsel

or time is preierrea to toe gen genuine
uine genuine -cold u eternity. said the

late bishop George J. Donnelly

upon- presenting -Mrs.' (Burger the
Bene Merenti medal. -
Echoing these words' nine years
later, -a friend said of her: "With
all her children gone, Mrs. Bur

gers role in the homr has chang changed,
ed, changed, but her cheerful spirit Of de devotion
votion devotion will continue to inspire
all who met ber."
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. By Mrs. Muriel Lawrence

SHARON has two pens. One is a

ballpoint, the other a real fountain

pen an uncle gav$ her for Christ


One evebngjn a burst of gene

rosity, she loaned the ballpoint

to her older brother. The next day

he refused to return it. Seeking

her mother. Sharon said excitedly,

'Jimmy won t, give me Dacx my

pen! He says I've got two ana
he's Eolng to keep it. Oh, Mother,

I think he s so mean. Made mm

give it back to me'"

tHer mother said placidly, "Of

course he s mean. So are you. so
times. So are Dad and I. Then,

callme Jimmv. she said. "Give

Sharon's pen. If you need one, ask

Dad for an advance on you allow allowance
ance allowance tonight and buy one for your
self. t;.,....,,.

In her manner wal no sug

gestion that there was anything

Peculiar in Jimmy's unreasonable

abuse of his siter's generosity or

in Sharon's unreasonble monopoly

of two pcns. v,-

Her children both' nteded ner

undismayed tolerance of their

mean" treatment' of eacn omer.

Without it, they might find it
impossible to develop their own
toleration f all disappointing hu

man nature.

When we parents take on chil

dren's shocked anger at mistreat mistreatment
ment mistreatment by brothers and sisters, we
teach them romantic expectations

of human relationship. To bharon,

we imply that she's the only per person
son person in the world whose gene-

rosity. has been exploited.
The 'moral deficiencies in brothers'-
and ; sisters'" treatment of
each other-ia what prepares them
for 'deficieneiee .in the ; world's
treatment of them. -r-.We
all know ipeople who are
perpetually upset by discoveries

that human nature -not divina.

It their employer criticizes mem,
they can't eat lunch. If a hus husband
band husband protests theif mother's visit visiting,
ing, visiting, they brood over his "mean-

Hieaa." Y hen tiieir cnnaren dis

appoint them, they think, "Oh,
what have I done to deserve this
. ;They are usually the children of
parents, who have shown shocked
dismays t their conflicts with bro-

Uhers and sisters, and by de

manding perfect family harmony.

have sneeested that perfect har harmony,
mony, harmony, with everyone is the proper

Fuentes and his daughter .Berta are shown in the "garden or
- the Embassy residence.
Mrs. Fuentes who is at present hometnaker to; make the life of

in Mexico, where her husband will I this family enjoyable wherever us
loin her early next month, has members have found themselves.

done, much with her skill as a Interested in tiowers'ana interior

decorating, sne nas always niaue
ai gracious setting for their life.
a nharmiixe hostess she full-

fills the role of an ambassador's

wife in every sense,, and as the
Ambassador say fondly, "I think
she enjoys it. ;
As for himself, there's no doubt.
He would be a diplomat if he
had, it all to do over again.
"It's a wonderful life,' he said.
'I've met the- most interesting
people in the world because of my

experience, So whenever anyone
mistreats them, tucy feel Fate
has singled them out for special

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In Kamakura, Japan, under the
shadow of the great bronze Bud

dha, we enjoyed sesame seed cakes

and tea. There in the quiet inn
overlooking the shrine, a young

woman in bright robe servea

us according to -the traditional

apanese- tea ceremony.

To recall the gracious details

Of that ceremony, we asked Mnko

Taka to refresh our memory. She

is the lovely star of the forth-com

ing movie 'Sayonara' A celebrated
tea master of Japan taught her

the etiquette of the tea cult whicn
she demonstrated in a scene of

the picture.

"Very sweet cakes are always

served first, before a traditional
cud of Japanese creen tea is of

fered guests," she explainel, add-iino-''Thnt.
is -heeause ereen tea

is slightly Ditter ana tne Japa Japanese
nese Japanese enioy the subtle contrasts

from sweet to bitter. Sugar is

never used." x

into dough Brush surface 'lightl,
with estf white. Place discs on..

lightly greased hakir.g pan, sesame

seeds. Press sesame seeds, gently
into dough. Brush Surface lightly

Wltn egg wnne. ripce oiscs. vu
lightly greased, baking pan, sesame
seeds side up, and bake in mode moderate
rate moderate oven about 15 minutest Serve
this way or cut in four pieces.'

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t -Sesame Seed Cakes
, Wwoii ciins mem .'I-2.1 cun golden

shortening, 1:2 :up sugflr, 1-2 -cup

sesame seeds, 1-2 teaspoon Daxing
powder, 2 eggs.

SWt flour and baking po.wder
on pastry board. Stir a hollow in

center and pour in sugar. Break

in 1 egg 'and, shortening. Using
your fingers, gently work flour

into mixturei ilntil doueh is form

ed. Add a vy Jitile water,, if ne

cessary. Aneaa aougn genuy in.

Roll dough into long sausage about

1-2 inch thick in tjdia meter, and
with -knifei cut, nf 1-2 inch wide
segments. Roll each piece into ball
with palms of hands and press
Beat gg yolk and; brush, surface
of each disc lightly with yolk. Drop

discs, wet side down, upon sesame
seeds. Press sesame seeds-gently


Always check the water to;
see if it is empty before putting
soiled laundry This is
important when you have been.;,
laundering colored items that
might fade pn the next batch.
Protecting children is an 'eh
less job because of their inauisi
tive natures. Many are accldfen
tally poisoned each year with as-,,
plrin and kerosene. accordingto t
the National; Safety ACounciL- Sjicii J
things,' along with other -poson- r
oils household cjeanlhg .aids and ;(,
medicine should be locked touE of ir
children's reach. r J
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Thaw a frozen turkey in".' its'?

original wrapper to retain mois-
ture. It is best to thaw it in Jthe

refrigerator, allowing one to two
days, depending on the size of
the bird.

.Sandwiches that have k ween
frozen tend to be soggy. But there t
is a way to avoid this. Spread both 5
slices of bread eeherously with

butter or margarine before freez-'

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little imagination you can find many ways

of ing this kb prepareG ssuce. Buy M

today end keep it always on hanL

Jkphaghttti Sauce with Mushroom
..rakes a dish to delight the' most ex--tin
taste. It's wry easy to prepart

Just heat the -con- ...
"J tents' of s'can. add-

mg V water (measured with tnc iame
tan)- and when it's hot, pour it over the
soacherti tlrcadv boiled in salt water.

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CARLOTTA hooted at Steven shut the little red door, turned
when he found' the keys in the Howards the hall, and caught her
xirawer, hut he said that the fact I breath.
Hiat the kevs were ihere now AA man was standing on the

Slifln't mean a thing. There house landing in the dimness smiling at

divas always open, whether they her. It was eiix battenee, iresn

were there or not, and people

wandered in and out at will

Sarah thought of the lamp Bob
Brown had returned yesterday

evening, the spot lampt with the
long cord. .Shes poke ot it. How
ihad Bob Brown gotten into the
house to borrow the lamp in the
first plflC6.
I Carlotta, frowned, then her face
cleared. She said Florrie had
wanted it early in September for
her birthday party, to light up
their lawn. She admitted that
Florrie hadn't asked her for the
keys and that she must have tak taken
en taken them,' but she had brought
them back openly.
Carlotta was puzzled, and then

dismayed. "Steven you mean
that someone we know, one of
our friends, opened the house for

a strange man, so he could stay
Steven shrugged. "It certainly
looks like it. Figure it out for
yourselves," he said. "A man we
don't know, a stranger to us,
comes to stay in Grace's house.
He's supposed a friend of
Grace's. Who's going to chal challenge
lenge challenge that? She's loaned the
house to half a dozen 'different
people, people we didn't know
from Adam before they came
here. I can't think of any other
Way the fellow could have gotten
in, the house is pretty tightly lock locked
ed locked up."

ly shaven, rosy, and perfectly

Broomed, as always.

"Good morning, Miss Casement

...Did I frighten you? I am sorry.

I called out but I guess you din

not hear me

EVEN in- broad daylight Sarah
didn't much' relish going to the
She gave herself a shake. There
was nothing disturbing there now,
just the stairs painted blue, with
narrow treads and steep risers, be between
tween between the white walls.
. Sarah went up them. The sec second
ond second floor landing was dim. Three
bedrooms opened off it a small
one to the left. There was no no-Jth'ng
Jth'ng no-Jth'ng out of the way in the first
two, no sign of any disturbance
There was nothing out of tne
w?y in the big room either; cer

tainly no one had slept in n e
w Sarah opened the small door

in tho end chamber, which was

In? and narrow with a roof that
ripped sharply to the eaves The

rfiPh pine tioor was uuijaiuieu.
There wasn't much of it clear, just
a rirrow aisle partway down the
middle and a square in front of
thdoor, long blue handle prop propped
ped propped on the hatbox, was a hroom.
Sarah looked at the broom, and
then, at the floor boards. The dust
was everywhere else, there was
none on the square at her feet.
The floor had been swept clean,
Sarah went on slanng down.
Had the man who later died in
trie-pond returned here to re remove,
move, remove, erase, what might be lden-
t;f.r(nrt fnntnrints?

n ot nnro the lipavv air 01

thstl Place began to get her. She
felas if she were suffocating. She
backed out of the end chamber,


to borrow a hot olate. theirs had

burned out. Mr. Satterlee' showed
the greatest familiarity with the

end chamber. lifting canons a

bout, coing to the right one. Sa

rah reflected that Grace's house

seemed to be a sort of commis

"Ah, here we are." Satterlee lift lifted
ed lifted the hot plate out and blew
on it daintily, and they went down downstairs
stairs downstairs together. The painter made
only a passing reference to the

events of the previous night. Body
snatching was an old custom... He
was more worried about the py py-romaniac.
romaniac. py-romaniac. He was a pleasant man, open,
friendly and polite. The first for foreign
eign foreign accent was attractive; he
was an Austrian by birth and had
come to the United States as a
boy of 14. Carlotta said he was
an excellent art instructor.
Sarah was making tea and

thinking about the broom and
the end chamber when two men
came up the driveway and into
the kitchen. One was the fire
chief, Ham Danzig, the other was
Officer Baker, a Cornwall police policeman.
man. policeman. The fire chief said they
were visiting every house in the

neighborhood. The ruins of the

summer cottage nad been sntea,

gone over inch by inch, in the
hope of finding a clue to the

identity of the pyromamac or to
how the fire had been set. In this
they had been unsuccessful. But
they had recovered a blackened
belt buckle and a collection of
buttons that might or might not
have belonged to the dead man,
and also a scrap of material

hurned around the edges but still

hrieht in the middle, on which

the charred body had lain. De

prived of air, it had failed to take

fire and so nad escapea uie nuiu
caust. Thev showed it to her.

The scraD wasn't large. It was

no bigger than a silver dollar. The
pattern was unmistakable. Sarah
recognized it at once. So she had

been right, she ana Steven, ana
Carlotta and Tom had been wrong.
The man found drowned in the
pond had been here in the house.

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THE scrap of fabric Officer Ba

ker held, out was all that remain

ed, of the WaCkand-wmte-strip-ed
blanket missing from the bed
in the fron room, t
Sarah told thera about Sunday
afternoons and the banging front

floors and. ;,the ibroken rose vines,

about the end ) cnamDcr ana tne
broom, ey knew something she
didn't know; they exchanged
Slances. left her and 'went up

stairs. Thev were there a long

time. Wheu they, came down they
were excited, as though they had
discovered something important.
They had. The fire chief ex explained
plained explained Vhile Baker phoned the
police station.
Not only "was there no smoke
in the lungs of the man removed
from the charred ruins of the
summer, cottage, there was no wa water.
ter. water. When he. was thrown into
the pond he;;wa8 already dead.
Upstairs in the end chamber, down
near the ''eaves, tjhreads, from

the black-and-white blanket were

caught on the rough wooa ot sev several
eral several of the beams, end on the
floor at the; back ; behind piled
boxes, there was a splotch that
might be blood, hastily and ineffi inefficiently
ciently inefficiently wiped up. There was no
saying for sure yet, but it looked
as though the dead man fitted
from the pond had been killed
there, in the stone house.

anyone or anything. A desperate
man wouldn't have hesitated to

take steps to silence them.
Diana Satterlee took him away.
She looked at her watch and
moaned dramatically. She exclaim

ed at the time. They were suppos supposed
ed supposed to leave for the south in three

days and there Was so much to

do and the packing had scarcely
been touched "Come, Felix.'', She
was carelessly peremptory,.., ;
He went like a lamb, with no
change of expression, he was on
his feet. 'Yes, Di, Yesj', you are
right of course.'
Amused glances followed their
exit, and there were remarks, 'Dia 'Diana
na 'Diana certainly leads poor Felix a -round
by the nose, doesn't she?'
TOM came then. He gave Sa

rah scrutinizing giance,-, "Put a

coat on, we cant talk here." They

drove over to tne old coast Guard

station. He parked in the en

clousure above the beach . and

drew Sarah into his arms. Sarah

told him about the broom in the
end chamber and. the scrap of
blanket and the blood under the

eaves, sitting with her head a

gainst his shoulder.

He was deeply disturbed. When

she sinished he was silent for a

moment, then hesaid, "Love me,


'You know the answer to that.


'Then you're going to do what
say. you're eointo to cet out

oi Cornwall. You've told the do

lice all you know. If you telKthem

that ycli've got to get away but

mat you'll be available if they
should want you, I don't think

they'll try to keep you here. You

were in the stone house Sanday

morning when someone when up
into that end chamber to clean

up. I know you didn't see any

one, but whoever was their does

not know it." He waited for Sarah

to speak.

baran sat straight. She said In
a troubled oice, "Two murders

...Do you think ther s any con

nection between Grand Melville's

death and the man who was kil-

ed in the stone house?'
Tom shrugged. "I don't know,
There's no apparent link..."

WHEN Sarah went in the Task
house was a behive. The news

of where the dead man had been
killed was already public prop property.
erty. property. A policeman had been in
to talk to Carlotta. "You poor

dear," she cried when Sarah went
in. "Of couse you're going to

stav here. : You should have stay

ed here from the first the stone
house and we walked into it last
Saturday afternoon... Is not

it friehtful?".. 1

The phone rang- and half a do

zen people sprang to answer n.
The call was for Sarah. It was

Tom Gillespie. When he called

her at the stone house he had

'gotten a policeman. "What's go

ing on?
She told. him.

An unknown man had come to

Grace's house and had been kill killed
ed killed there sometime on Saturday.
His body bad been thrown into the
pond Saturday night, the night of
the party, it might have remain remained
ed remained in the .channel indefinitely; it
had been 'discovered, by accident,
to soon to suit the killer, who
had neatly and expeditiously re removed
moved removed it from the undertaker's
wagon while the undertaker and
Sproul were playing poker down

the road. That made it look al

most certainly as though the iriur iriur-derer
derer iriur-derer was someone in Cornwall.
Tom said he was coming over
and Sarah listened to the talk
whi'e she waited. Felix satterlee
remarked that they had been

in considerable Aanarr. and that!

- they were iucty toejr hadn't sees

TOM started, the engine and

then drove into the nils and a a-round
round a-round by the bay. The road pass passed
ed passed close to Grant Melville's. As
they neared it Sarah put a hand
on Tom's sleeve. 'Look,' she said,
pointings A thin figure was mount mounting
ing mounting the steep slope to the left
in the direction of Melville's front
door. It was Crystapel Dolwin.
There was an air of purpose a a-bout
bout a-bout her.
They beat Miss Dolwin into the
house, and upstairs into the stu

dio, where they retreated; behind
a model's screen in a corner hall

and the front door. You could see

uirougo me ciacus.
Canvases were stacked around

tha walls of the big untidy room
and overflowed out of a cupboard.
Some of them were finished, some
half done, some only started. Grant

Melville had certainly struggled

long and hard. He had painted

practically everyone in Cornwal.

There, was a head of Diana Sat

terlee and a full-length figure
of Bob Brown at his handsomest
and most arrogant, and Florrie

was there, dancing on a lawn, a
hefty bacchante with legs out of
It was the studio Miss Dolwin
was bound for. She came hum humming
ming humming up the path, knoweked at
the front door, waited half a min minute
ute minute and walked in. She paused
in the studio doorway and looked
She examined the nort raits

stacked in a row, paused before
a multilated canvas proposed on
an old bureau. Must of it had been
ripped from the frame; there were
just rags and tatters left. She
picked it up. Tom stepped o u t
from behing the screen drawing
Sarah with him, as arm around
her." Anything we can do for you,
Miss Dolvin?

:."But who else miss Dolwin's

eyes opened wide.
.- "You're probably right."
Miss Dolwin went, alter congra

tulating Tom on getting the job
of doing the biography. "I thought

I'd like to try it but I'm sure it's

in much beter hanos. .

.She walked out of the;oottage

with the same earnest intentness

with which she had walked In,
They watched her go, from a win window,
dow, window, Tom put the canvas down,
His expression was thoughtful:

Sarah said, ''Do you know what
I think? think that that thing

was a painting of a fire with a
figure in it and that Grant Mel Melville
ville Melville may have known who the ar

sonist was. If he did then don't

yOu see; that could be the reason
why he was killed, because be

found out."

IN' spite of the fact that the
charred body of the man who had
appeared to die three times was
utterly; and completely useless as
S source of information, .the police
had made some progress.- They

had their dead man, when he was
alive and kicking, fixed at two
points. He had arrive in Cornwall

on the previous Saturday morning,

coming in on the 12:30 bus from

Provincetown, and he had entered
the stone house approximately

three quarters of an hour later,

Luckily, they had seen him when
he was fished out of the pond and

noted his general appearance

and clothing before the fire did its


The bus driver remembered him
because the few passengers that

day were locals, and ne was the

oniy stranger.

The bus driver stated nositivelv

that the stranger had been carry

ing a brief case. The channel in

tne pond nad been dragged and

no oriel .case had been found, nor

was xnere ;any trace of it m the

ruins of the summer cottage.

When Sarah got back to Carlot Carlotta
ta Carlotta and Steven's she knew at once

that something fresh had happen happened,
ed, happened, before she could open the door

a state trooper onened it for her

The Sattertees were there, and

iiorrie Brown and her husband

and three or four other couples

The trooper said. "Miss Case.

ment, isn't UP" and Sarah noded

and he led her over to the huddled


"Ever see that before. Miss Case


He waved at the thine on the




slowly. Her face flushed. She smil

ed at them both. The smile was

timid, uncertain.

"I'm sorry. .1 knocked and no
one answered but I shouldn't

have barged in."
She was embarrassed and con

fused, there was something rath

er appealing about her pleading

spaniel eyes, saran saw mai u
was auite all right. Tom didn't say

anything, and Miss Dolwin went

"I see vou've begun on the bio

graphy, Mr. Gillespie. J know it

will be wonaeriui. .wnat i reauy
came for was to look at Grant's
stuff, rvthought that perhaps I
might buy something. I liked him,
you know, and I thought he was
rather good but I'm -a bad paint paint-ter
ter paint-ter myself. This" she glanced at

the ruined canvas sne was noia-

ing as though she was surprised
he had it "is interesting, isn't

itf destroying his own work. .
temperament, I suppose. Grant
didn't seem to me to be tempera

mental,- but he must have, been

and a bit neurotic, too. au artists
are. Thev have to be a little crook

ed to seestraight- bare to be out
of the norm, would you say?"

Tom-took the -wrecked painting
she was holding from her and
looked at it So did Sarah. There

wasn't much to see bits of can-'
vas covered with black paint, a
night scene-- and was that at the
top fire, a reflection ef fire?
Tom said, You think Grsnt Met Met-Ville
Ville Met-Ville did this, ripped this thing vpf '.

SARAH looked down, and her

nean slowed, sne closed her eves.

opened them again. She was see

ing straight, there was no doubt

ot it.

The tired, beaten erav felt ht An

tne tame Deioneed to Mr. Dennert

She said so into the hush. ;

. Carney said, "If y.ou'll come a a-long,
long, a-long, Miss Casement?" and Sa Sarah
rah Sarah was taken out of Carlotta and
Steven's and over to the stone

house and interrogated m the liv
ing room there.

She was absolutely positive, she
said; she had noticed it Daiticular-

ly. she described when and where

sne had seen the hat and the man.

on five different occasions first

m jwrs. Melville's sitting room in
the house on Tenth Street, then in
Melville's library, where Dennert
had been going through grant Mel Melville's
ville's Melville's desk when by riehts he

should have left the house, then
in the doorway of the drugstore
after Zita called down from her

window, then that same night when
he was getting into a cab, and fin finally
ally finally in Grand Central as he slid
through the gates of a Boston

tram just before the Bates closed

Tom would coroborate her, and

aiso crysiaDei uoiwin. Miss Dol Dolwin
win Dolwin had been one of the annlieant

for the job of writing Gran Mel Melville's
ville's Melville's biography and she was there
when Dennert came out of the in

ner room and picked up his hat,

Movie Composer

Erich Korngold
Dies Aller Stroke

Academy Award wining composer

r.ncn w. norngoiu, w, died last
night in North Hollywood Hospital
ater suffering a stroke earlier yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. In addition to his motion picture

work, Korngold was a noted com

poser of opera, symphonies and
chamber music. His musical scores
for the Film "Anthony Adverse"
in 1936 and "adventures of Robin
Hood" in 1938 were given Academy

Award Oscars.

Korngold was born in Brno. Cze-

shoslovakia, and came to Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood in 1934. He had made his

home here Since then and was
under contract at Warner Brothers

studios from 1934 until 1947. when

he retired.

He was regarded ass child pro

digy and at the age of 11 composed

titled "Der SchTwman." His
operas included "Ring of Polykra-

tes, "vioianta, "Tne Uesd City

"The Miracle of Beltane." and Ka-


Some of his best known musical

scores for motion, pictures includ included
ed included those for "Elfrtbeth and Es

sex,? "Kings row," "Jnarei'VThe

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FOUR MEMBERS of the Manzanilla soccer team and their sporisor, Sp3 Maurice ; Moore, are interviewed over CFN by Jim
Pattersorii CFN program director, shortly, before Moore left the Isthmus. At the t&r end of the couch is Carlos Jordan of Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo, who first interested the young Military Policeman In sponsoring the team of boys in Panama. Recording the
ficene for the television audience is cameramjta Pfc. William S eagal.(U.S. Army Photo) "-


Sure. It Kept Him Strapped, But .

MP Leaves Isthmus With Heart-Warming Memory

Two of the most unusual .mementos a U. S. Army man ever took from the isthmus of Panama went with Sp3
Maurice Moore of the 543th Military Police Co., Fort Clay ton, wheri he left yesterday :for discharge in the U. S. v
They were. two small athletic trophies and a place of honor in the-heart of 15 young Panamanian boys and
their families. ?
. v The trophies aren't worth very much In cold cash, but Specialist Moore wouldn't take a' milfion dollars for
them. They were won in a Panama soccer league by a boys' team which he sponsoredf usingiiis own small
savings to outfit the players.' - '
No man can estimate the value of Moore's other memento. It was the warmth of 1 smile irom a lad who
found it difficult to express thanks because he spoke no English. It was the gratitude of a motherrtq whose son
the young MP brought a gift of happiness. A 1

Prince ami the Pauper. and "Of

iiuman Bondage." ;

Moore's one man adventure

as a good neighbor began about
eight months ago when a Pana

manian friend, Carlos Jordan,

told him of a group ot ooys

in Panama who loved to play so so-cer
cer so-cer but had no eguipment. Jor

dan, who makes his home at 44

17 Second Stret, Pueblo Nuevo,

is an employe of the fort uy
ton post excange restaurant.

The next time Moore had a

day off he went to watch the

lads at practice.; He didn't know

a thm? about soccer in Ma

nama it's "iutbor but he lov

ed kids, and one look at the

boys playing the rugged game
barefoot or in street shoes, and

Moore knew he had to sponsor

tms team.

The boys, who ranged from

10 to 15 years in age, first

were provided with uniforms.

Moore bought each one a jer jersey
sey jersey and tneators and got mate material
rial material which was made into shorts

by some of the mothers. Next

came a soccer ball and a team

name, the Manzanille, and the

group was in business.

Providing', the equipment .was

only the beginning. Moore never

missed one of their league games
and seldom missed a practice ses

sion. He mane sure mat alter

every same there was a reward

for his player -j- a candy bar,

soft drink or a movie.

Within' a month those kids be

gan playing like crazy. The ran

through all league opposition to

take the championship trophy and

then, beat an all star team

that challenged them to take an

other cup.

None of the lads spoke English

and Moore was unfamiliar with

Spanish. They got along though.

even when Jordan could not act

as interpreter, because a smile

Is the same in any language. TO

the team boys. Moore was "Moe

He -was also a preity wonderful

"Norte Americano to them, r

heads held high, proud to be
on the Manzanillo.
Parents began coming 1o the

games. MoOre was invited to their

homes to share family hospitality.
On free afternoons the soldier
took the boys on trips, for a
swim; to the Panama Canal locks,
or to a snack bar for a hot dog
To 'Moe they came with their
problems.' A father was' to go
for a job interview and didn't
hav a proper shirt. Moore rifl rifled
ed rifled his own closet. A cousin bad badly
ly badly nee-tod ipair of slacks. Moe
found the- money somehow.
"Sure", he says, "it keept me
strapped, but there wasn't a bet better
ter better "way in the world to spend
the money."
Moore, who comes from a fam

ily of nine brothers and four

srsters, says he is just interest interested
ed interested in kids." Before graduation

from Balboa High School in San
Francisco he was a boys' camp

counselor. Then he, entered the
Army., Basic training at Fort
Lewis, Washington, and MP train training
ing training at Fort Gordon, Georgiaj
kept him too busy to- work with
children. -,
When tie arrived in the Canal
Zone he formed a boys' club for
dependents at Fort Clayton be

fore transferring his- 1 activities

from an Army post to the .Repub .Republic
lic .Republic of Panama.
On return to civilian, life "he

hopes to take special schooling
to equip him for work with the
juvenile authorities in California.

pr the Manzanuio,'the chapter
doesn't end just because the spe-

Home Building Seems On Upswing
As 1958 Outlook Declared Bright

But he wasn't giving them hist

a nanaout. you nad to nave some something
thing something to he on his team. You

had to keep the sneakers and

uniforms -clean, you had to have
your hair cut Moore gave each
boy money for barber shop visits
twice a month. You also had to

buckle down an forget the horse

play during practice. You played
by the rules and you playej fair.
. v
To keep the boys supplied with
what they needed was a Strain

on Moore's finances. It meant

skimping and giving up little lu

xuries his barracks mate knew.

But to Moor, it was a blue
chip Investment. His team bad
spirit. The boys walked with



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S:S a.m.

npRnit irloomv predictions a-

bout a recession, the outlook is

for an ; increase In residential
construction in 1958.;

Government officials, real realtors
tors realtors and people who study the
mortgage money market agree
that barring a severe overall

business downturn, more new
homes will be built nest year
than went up this year.
..They also .say that getting- a

mortgage on your house win
be easier and cheaper.
Norman P. Mason, commis

sioner of the Federar Housing

Administration, last week fore

cast "a good year for the hous

ing industry" in 1958. i
- ,."
1,100,000 New Unats
A Joint report by the Com

merce and Labor departments
said that 1.100.000 new non-farm

dwelling units will be started in.

1958, about 50,000 more tnan me
Drobable total for 1957. That fig

ure includes one-family houses
and the number of apartments

in multiple-dwelling buildings.

In a similar vein, Roy M. Mara,
president of the VS. Savings and

Loan League, a private organi organization
zation organization of 4,400 savings and loan

associations, forecast that "more
new homes will be built next
year." -.'..--

Marr told the league execu

tive committee at a recent meet meeting
ing meeting in Chicago that he was bas basing
ing basing his optimistic outlook on
these three factors:;

Signs of an easing In borne
credit 1
A pick-up In the rate of new
family f rmations. (
Few indications f eTer eTer-building"
building" eTer-building" in sinrle family
The Eovernment report on the

prospects lor 1958 said -some
easing m the mortgage market

cfallst is Tptnrninf fn tha ctafot

He plans to continue sending mot

ney to keep the team operative!

He hopes, too, to arraga to

bring one of the boys to the
U.S. and foot the bill for' his

education. j?-.

.There's another thing Moofi

took-from this tropical land

shining dream. Somehow, he is
going to finance a clubhouse fo?

kids In Panama. "His" boys maj
be grown by the time this dream.

can see reality, dui jwoore Kipowi
there will be other, boys here t
girasp tha- hand he extents lr


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is auumed,". But it cautioned lit said.

that the "supply: of. mortgage
funds will continue to be a chief
limiting factor in housing, activ activity."
ity." activity." v
' It said mbre monev ls expect-;

ed to now into mortgages ne

cause of increased savings and
a "tapering off in borrowings
by business fbr new plants and

Contributing to the greater a

vailablllty of mortgage credit,

Marr said, will be an increase in
the volume of home loans' the

savings and loans associations

matte. Tney ww total1 between
$10,500,000,000 and $11,000,000, $11,000,000,-000
000 $11,000,000,-000 he estimated,- compared to
$10,200,000,000 for 1957. v ' v
Helping- to Dushdown the cost

of borrowing, he said, is the sig signal
nal signal from the ; Federal Reserve
Board on Nov; 14 that interest

rates have turned down from

ed its discount rate from 3ft toj
3 per cent. - II
v "Although Is will take some
months for the full effect of this I
action to be felt on mortgage in-

terest rates."' Man said. "The!i
Federal Housing Administration I
loan will be more attractive toj!
banks and Insurance companies

...and these institutions should I

also Inrmtn thii irinrtcdB-ei

lending." - - . I
Some lenders have shied a- ;

. bear an Interest rate : higher I wXt.Z.Z.
than 4 per cent. RTPlf 1)11 flQ
Meanwhile the census Bureau I IkiiuV
reported that between April l.l .1 UMT Wilf TTC

1950 and Dec. 31. 1956 the coun-'i ri'r VVtVV.
try had a ret gain of 9,400,000 I GUNFIGiiTn

tal to 55,340.000.

This represented an. average

annual gain of roughly 1.390.000 A FLEMING -VAN FLEET- IRELAND

war decade of 1940-50 tne aver

age Increase vas $70,000 units.

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'TTOnUC'S'"' bo. auch 'ttilag m too many SanU

V Clauau fr UerUv purpoMa specially

voui oersonal touch, to remind one of ChriatmM

all .year around ts auggeaiea. n
Materlala! a wldemouthed Jar with bum-to, rubber,f
rasKetr amall Chriatmas flgurlna, waterproof glue,

camphor flakes,--'-''''4 Wfi"--$fyty:' Y"A.
? To assemble: Unscrew :jar cover. Clua flgurlne to f
underside Of cover. t J- : "j. r: jsC f J
f When glue Is dry (noto package directions), pracf,,
two or three tablespoona of camphor flakee lo
and All with water. Screw cover on tightly s,

Invert jar ana anaKe, enng campnor pv

S' ANTA'Sbag ot thicks outdoes thetn aJl, of courso. Puf tWa tin-'
Bel-tinged assortment of witr testers, gamea, gift and decorat
In ideas, etc heralds St, Nick'a approach With a. hed atrt on the

tun. Trumpeter; A fanfare, please r jt tiia merrymaking begin.

fact of snow falling about the figuring


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SINCE Santa doesn't like to
aldp anyone,, he's faced with a
. dlletoma here. If he ehould get
; i6t climbing down this old
caatle'a chimney, he'a Ukely to
miss out on the rest of his rounds.
v On the other hand, If there's a
passage to the fireplace at bot bot-tom,
tom, bot-tom, he'd cerUtaly like to atop
Jn Would you please check on. Ml
beat course of action T
Shopping List


LEARN to pick out tha tune of
that old seasonal favorite,'
Jingle Bells, on your piano of ac accordion
cordion accordion by thia method: Fold the
paper so aa to have the jjicturo
keyboard before you and Bound
the iotes Indicated below

HO.-W;' quickly
. can you ama ;
aomething ldenti
fled with Christ-!
-mas for each of
1 tVta iattara In th

word T JUt'a. aee.
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Christmas Drawing Test
iJWB,t 'is C Christmas partydiwersion to keep' the-.
'festivities at merry el. ; t
Host of hostess provides aach guest present with..

a eopy of Clement Clarice woore a amus.iv
Christmas" and a pencU. Typewritten earbon copiea
on plain white paper are preferable., (Keep a gener generous
ous generous amount of space between llnesi, u . 4
- Object of the game is to replace aa many words aa
poaaible in the poem with rough or atlck-flgura
drawings. For example, belovm, wa'va taken part of
the poem and picked out some a ttw more obvioua
Prises are suggested for 1 most figures drawn

2 best artistry;. 5 most original drawings, etc.
Of course, there should be ft time limit ;

A red crayon la needed for thia
test Uat it t color tha ..
Christras tree above. When you
have finished, place the red tree,
under a strong light, and loo at
It steadily for AO seconds. Then.,
turn your gare to dark way.

Tha figures can be cuf Uka paper dolla from alum alum-,
, alum-, lnum (oil or wrapping paper for use as tree orna ornaments,
ments, ornaments, gift embellishments, mantel and centerpiece

.aecorauons, ic. f

Use of ft pattern similar to the one at right la
suggested. Instructions are giveri In bold-face type
below Itr" Naturally, you'll want to. add bita of con.

To make four-figure chato ot

Santaa, naa ft piece of toQ or
other material iyx Inches' long.
Fold accordlon-Uke acrota, then
back, aeroaa. and back ft aeoond
una. Trsoft pattern on top and
out out, cutting through all tour
thicknesses. Practice cutting chain
figures from scrap paper first.

Seasoned Thinking Easv-io-Assentble Plaaue

l- krVt mm. fnf marAa halnw anella ..ri."''

E. ouf the .word Christmas. How
quickly an ,- you complete the
worda according to the defini

tions T
1. CHR-- r
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8. CHft

Skin bump
A time-piece

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Jin gl betlaf Jm pit UXlst -E
E ... B E .E .:- E f 'l-'
Jin tjle B tht way I
E G? 0 D E
Oh! What fun it i to Hrfa in
a E-a owe-norM open sleigh, j ,.
. E E D D E D 08 :
JiH gl bells! Jin gle beTlst
E E E EE, E :,

Jin ale all, tho wav!

yWAS the night before

through the not a

not even a mousey The

fhe i1 with care, In hopes that

when all

creature was ntirring

were hung by...

soon would Ik thpre. The children were

,lop lotWA miununo 1 i tiuw Qtn1. themes.

surprised' by.

the ansa with5 with5-which
which with5-which you can
turn an ordinary
asbestos mat in into
to into an attractive ..
Christmas wftU'
plaque. Sea Ulua
tratlon at left
Simply ooyar
the face ot tha
mat with a. cir -cular
piece of ;

1 gift-wrap-and pasta ftdditionai -acenerjf". thereon.
A. small angel figurine or paper cut-out la suggest ;
ad for the foreground. Cotton puff clouda and, gum
mad ailver atara complete tha scene. ;

Those who ara creative may wisn w mm up :

Old magazines and Christmas card! are good

plaM to explore such possibilities.

Sweet Thoughts

ing Yule Party Stunts t Y

CHALLENGE two' persona' to
perform thia stunt Object la
for participants to,-stand with
. both feet on ft aheet of Christmas
wrapping paper for, half ft min minute
ute minute without touching aach other.
When attempts; fall, boat or
hostess "point out "gimmick"
ftbpve-otannf jn ooxway.


A CANDT dish contains twen- T TOLESS you are an exceptional person, you can

ty-nva ranjuift craama, ten noi
maple creams, and ten raspberry I Stan fojP five mlnutea without moving, while
ereams. What ift the least number blindfolded.
of pieces one nuut take out of Stand with both your heeU together against 9
tha bowl to ba aura ot brnvhlg () waU and pick iip aomething from tha Boor.
twe with the aam. flaverT (b Llgb whllo balancing your weight
two with eUfllarent fiavorlT ilnfc. ; . m
v jn 4, Turn around rapidly fiva ttmea and then walk
ItwMsiP mi eAi amine lama k .traight line..
q alSS4USl lm Try these feats and test them on your friends. Ifa
W'" rd routine for breaking he lea ftt ft party.


xhildran are X-TTyT? 'WJJ 5

juaaen am -in
4rwina; t right.
How long, will it
take you to find
themt Tract over
tho outline light
ly with- av jeneil
to Ah o f k -youf

count v-

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OW Ifhat un fa Tsat In,
.;,- F '.. F-; E E JB 'r-mdeer for

1i nJSINO over gifta still to be
1V1 purchased, ft shopper doodled
the figure above. Can you. figure
out all of tha ltema under, con con-aideraUon?
aideraUon? con-aideraUon?
' Give yourself a. maximum time-
limit 'of two"mlnut8.
.'..-,- ooqieiisod
fmrant mtmn .jmod ip.4

dealer juetbt

from Lower Bon-

gaftga baa been



reindeer for usa

aa spares.' .The
dealer holds that
- at IT mvnkVtT Alia ft

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JXUlUie J.VJ.C A vj; r'l ir trr H. maintains, how-

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IF; you were asked the name ot ..'ever ti,at; unieas you take good look or twb, tha
' the ; town most frequently duTerenca la likely to go unnoticed,
drawn In the hoUday season, uo you ftgreeT That Is, can you determine which
wfcat should you answer? V reindeer la different within ft minute of study?

:etHdoJdaV er voa tn"f i '-fWIM woq mqsqai q m

one-Aorsa open sleiflA.

E 02 G FD O :.

?AN you rer-

V range the leti
Cera of the' names
of Santft'a reindeer?'-
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You Must Wax Wise hadres


one Xmas candle can be made
I from melting eight candle

stubs, how many candles can be
' made, and used, from tie .stubs?
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A ball, doll and tin horn are on
c the list for tho Jones twins,
but SanU'a also packing ft- aur aur-prise.
prise. aur-prise. To find out what it la draw

Xivh'ic' 3sj.3ninvis

a continuous Una from dot 1 to
dot 3, etc, to dot 32. Where two
numbers ara beside one dot us

the dot for botlw

1 In folklore, what fat, Joljy; Old
6 I man makes children happ in

--. -December? ;1,;
? 11 Serpent.
14 Unadorned..
J-15 Sincerely. .
;; It What St Nick does Ott Christ Christ-X
X Christ-X maa.- v
;, 18 Number. 1 :
: 19 Prefix meaning two. j
v 20 Tha, local seat from, which a
bi&hop exercises jurisdiction.
22 Prefix, down, ..-, t
23 Printer's measure.
24 Greek goddess of earth. -28
What woodland spirit was sup-
; posed to be the inventor of the
" larisSSsft "'la rh"- aeaadnof
. elorious .- A .;

30 Cloth measure plural).-

61 Trade mrk (ebbr.)
6a Class, of vertebrae birds.
64 Native metaL '':..

65 Cogitate.

74 Discourses based l Oft' a text
from the Bible..
77 Hemispherical nehnetg ot tha

lata ceniurj.

70-"Hi was dressed In to 78-Umed.
frnm hi to his foot : VERTICAL

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S3 In non-Euclidean eeometrv.- a

'- combining form,, ;
S3 Christmas - h T
35 Musical key. . ,y .
v 36 Roman bronze. V
-. 37 Ancient
.38 A modifier ot, words Jn tha
romoarativa degree. 'T

A LADT ooco mi CArtotma 39-PosseM. . ;

And receiwd tff Aic mbalifminum; ;
, took ot f 47 Christmas U when bad. boys

mm ftt tat1iflt yet aAa ; tboir mistakes.
wotMnot. . 0 ... 4aRrin forth Toung. i .'

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wt - 51 Neuter pronoun.
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1 a Uk tt.aooin, priera iJIuJtaJ countries tiUe of
mot. . respect for a woman. r
CoaiaVr tcat this ts wi UU not, ? 5 Svmbol for samarium.
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J Short fibers on the surface of
flannaL ;-i..- -..."i
4 Gift that draws Jokesters" com comments.
ments. comments. . ..
3 Curious scraps of literature.
a A covered pit for drainage.
T Note of the Jnusical scale.
t A compound f arsenic. ',;
I Combining form, one.. ;
10 Gender. ?
11 la Spenser's Taerio Queen," a
hag. .," ?...
' 13 Stonebreaking toot i
IS English prima donna'
is Street abbr.
31 Member f tha British nobility.
34- Joy, lv s ; .;
35 Worm. '-: -27
Namely (abbr.) v.
3s Exclamation. ; -'- --
39 Yield as clear profit
- 31 Bathe neselt -h i
34 Disengage. A ;'
34 The Big Day.
40 Any living ameba, .
41 kMerit .
43 What Welsh lournallit wrote
under the pen name of "Idris''?
44 Mother of Jesus. (
45 Poker stake. ,.
48-Greek goddess M retribution.
' 53 Exclamation.
' 53 Boys and girla Ske these. -54
88 Night before Xmas. ,v
4 Noaha oldest soft. -"
84 Aroma. ;--.
nhtjWlSO. ;:
- 87 Sick. ". VT
' 88-Biit V ;
88 Emmet f :"
Tl he drovo but of sight"
73 Wine vessel.
; 74-Ltaer abbr. r
75 Symbol for neon.
78 Uiddia Westers State (abbrJ

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JIM Jones has ft- problem, J
has 10 decorative Christmas
stars, while the window he want
to decorate has 16 panaa. r Ho
can't put a star in each window;
but he can put an even number
In each vertical, boriaoatftl and
diagonal row. How, then, will it
look when finished? l ':.
A diagram and ten atara art
furnished above. "
ft -01 "8 Illltt
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uanba aiajaip JnvN T ;
Double-Duty Words y
BT replacing tha atari with th
namaa of two things seen or
felt at Christmas, five four-latter
words will appear Tartically.
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found this scene when they.r hurr.ied to the ipot ; i

WHERE'S THE SAUCE? Diver Ben' Chambers was
weeding some of the pecirriens in the Miami Fla.,, 4
' Seaquarium when, to his amazement, one of. the'.
hungrier butterfly fish darted in under his -mask.

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church- irrvHdrnburg,' Cermany. The eteefile' built- in 'the form of an: t
elongated "A," stands apart" from the church prope)F: and connects to the main'

e building thr9ugh a colonnade..The oval nave rises like the prow of a ship in the ,:

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BALLPLAYERS AND THEIR DATES are. 1 to rr Betty lo Wheto. Gary New. Anna Brass- L

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KEITH KULIG, right," stands by the trophy taU with Marynell Lee. ; Kullg won outstanding:
player trophy in the Stateside tonrnament t '




TEENO QUEEN RTJTHIE THOMPSON was squired by ballplayer
Jeffry B. Kline, who looks pleased .-with his trophy.
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Last Saturday Bight representa

tives flrom all' over the .Canal

Zone gathered to honor once J ; a-.

gain the Teener National Champs,
the local Teenage Team '-which
was sent to the States Jjy the
Veterans of Foreign Wars,.
Thev not only went 4d the

States: they went., they' played,

they conquered. They won1, the
national championship,' the first
Canal Zone team to ever achieve
this in any sport. "" s
To honor these ball ''players,
the ;VFW-Teener League ihvited
each to bring a fate to attend ', a
fine dinner at the Fort Clayton
Officers C ub. Parents and others
in the community interested in
these fine boys also attended. ':

. The Armed Services were repre
sented, and Governor Potter came.
Judge Guthrie Crowe of the U.
S. District Court of the Canal

Zone was the principal speaker.
He told couple of good jokes -which
were old but. .thoroughly -reliable
for producing gu faws. In
his talk which dealt with,. s u c c-cess,
cess, c-cess, he used a sports theme
throughout. -, '.".
: The: master of ceremonies, Noel
Gibson of the Gold Coast,! also is -president
of the VFW 1 Teener

League.. Representing the VFW or
ganization was Department, Com-

manaer Aipin iwranKowsKv,

As Gibson', called on, each spe- 5

ciai guesi eacn ,naa a ;ewv woras l
to, say. Potter made a few cracks
about the United Fund which
tickled bis liteners. The repre-
sentative of Lt. Gen. Robert, Mon-
tague, commander-in-chief, Carib- -bean
Command was Col. 0 Frank
. Miller Jias a son who played in ;
the Teenage League last year.
The colonel told Lthis, writer .. pri- :
vately that Teenage League had
done worlds for his boy, He' said


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.- ADALBERT FASTLICH was assigned t the front of, the, table f this shot,, whch hat th whoU 15-man team whlcl mtn to the- States plus adult leaders

Zachry, Lots and da la'Pcn.' The boys' names are In the text on this page.

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With Chow

be dould sea tho rtiange- mad by

, just one year' playing in the

League. Teenage .oaseoau nas a
real backer in Col. Frank Miller.

Col Walter KiMae, post Com

mander of t ort Clayton was pres present
ent present and: graciously welcomed the
boys. Capt. Pattista,-special serv service
ice service officer for i Caribbean Ait
Command, represented that Com Command
mand Command and expressed a continuing
deep interest in Teener ball. ',
- Commended for their deep inter interest
est interest in the boys "were C a pi a i n
" Caddis Wall of the ; Canal Zone
Police and Adalbert Fastlich, of
Panama City. Fastlich is finan financial
cial financial backer of the teenage league

which bears his name and a not-

able one-hit ball player himse'f.

' t astiicn praised tne Governor

him a. bitter, but didn't- mention

the shy and retiring photographer

wh recorded this Homeric feat

for posterity with a camera.

Present at the head table were
the wives of many of the guests

ana miss Betty Crowe.
. A highlight, of the evening was
the presentation, of gold belt buc buckles,
kles, buckles, suitably engraved, to the 15
Teener ballplayers who' went to
the States asd brought back -the
title. i
These boys were, alphabetically,
Frank J. Ammirati. Douglas Chas-.

sin, B. Eddy Corrigan, George
H. Cotton,. Gerarde. C. Detore, Jo

seph Garcia, uarios r. Kiamco,
Jelfry B. Kline, R. Keith TCulig,

urian H. Lutt, f rancisco ('Xhico:'
Martin, John E. Moris, R.-Gary

BACKING UP their individual trophies 'en display are i winning players, 1 to r, Keith Kuliff,
Carlos F. Kiamco, Frank J. Ammirati, Douglas Chassin and John E.Morris..


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STANDING ; behind the guest table are; I to r, Jimmy McGloin, Maurice Belanger, James
Wills, Ralph Parker, Leroy yaughn and larry Wilder. They all received sliver belt buckles.

Richard Vlnas

Awarded suitably engraved, sterl

ing silver belt buckles were -s the
nine boys who Were on the squad
at -first but didn't survive1 the fi

nal slash prior .to departure.

These were Maurice Belanger,

Aieivin i neias, woo tiumpnnes,
Jimmy McGloin, Ralph' Parker,
Hugo Tompkins, Leroy Vaughn,
Larry Wilder and James Wiss. ? t

Three adults also -got gold belt

buckles. These were Ralph W.

Zachry, VFW representative; Moy

Lutz, coach.' They made the trip
with the boys and watched over

mem lor tne entire trip.
The presentation of the buck'ei

was made by Department Com Commander
mander Commander Albin Krankowsky of the
VFW. . -
. Don Hughes was publicly recom recommended
mended recommended for the king-sized Volume

containing all the news notices

and official records of the Teen Teener's
er's Teener's conquering trip; It also has
the personally -written signatures o.
everyone attending this party. The

for pitching thev ball that made Ness,v Richard A. M.-v Scott and de la Pena, manager; and Henry wives even had to sign 'their

own names.
This is a magnificent volume,
the size of which can "be seen in
the photograph of it beine exa

mined by Betty -Lou Wheaton, her

date uary iNess, and Henry Lutz.
; Many of the ball olavers

brought attractive dates. Teeno

Uueen Ruthie Thompson was there

to grace the occasion. The dining
room, looKfed gay with the many
flags and banners decorating it.

Each Dlaver received and indi

vidual cup trophy emblematic of

the national championship. In ad ad-.
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-5 JUDGE GUTHRIE4 CROWE was 'the principal speaker. Leff i right' at taV'le, are; Governor Potter, Col., and. Mrs. Frank MlUer.and li?s Betty, Croi
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(Editor's Note: Brit. Lit poet Robert Graves, whose lighter'
poems- were; sampled last week, has delved into many old
tales and song for Inspiration. jOne of his better-known books:

is "The White Goddess. : An Histor ical Grammar of roetie
Myth." His poem of the. 'same' title Is quoted below, along:

WASHINGTON (NEA- '.White forgotten when dinner was serv
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with reconstructed 17th Century Ballad),


All saints revile her, and all sober men ;- 5,4
Ruled by the God Apoflo'a golden mean ?
In scorn of which we sailed to find her
in distant regions likeliest to hold her -Whom
we desired above all things to know,
Sister of the mirage and ecro. ;
It was a" virtue not to stay. '. -To
go our headstroiig and heroic way
Seeking her out i at the volcano's head,- V -Among
pack let, or where the track had faded
Beyond the cavern -of; the aeven sleepers: j.
Whose broad high brow was white as any leper's,
Whose eyes, were blue, with rowan-berry lips,
With hair curled honey-icoloured to white hips.
The sap ot Spring la the young" wood a-stir
Will celebrate with green the Motherv -And
every song-bird snout awhile for her;
But we ate gUte&fvren-M -Hpvenibf;.
Rawest of seasons, with j huge a sense
Of her nakedly worn magnificence
We forget cruelty and past betrayal,
Heedless of where the next bright bolt may fall.
' Robert Graves t

As danced by North-country'witches at their Sabbaths.
A restoration of the fragmentary 17th Century text).
Cunnfrni and art he did not lack
But aye her whistle, would fetch him back.
O. I shall go Into a hare "; k
With sorrow andighting and mlckle tare,
And I shall go ln-the Devil's name
Aye, till I be fetched hame. j N
Hare, take heed of a pitch greyhound
' Will harry thee ail these fells around:
' For. here come I in Our Lady' name
. All but for .to fetch the hame r
Cunning and atr, etc. . .,
, Yet I shall go Into a trout
With sorrow and sighing" and mlckle doubt,
And show thee many a crooked game
Ere that I be fetched tame, i
Trout take .need an "otter lank. .
t Will harry thee -close from bank to bank

For here come I to oup XJiay a name. o
All but for to, fetchttoe? hame. r

House sources report that Ike plans

to naint an ultramodern aostra

tion this year to give to the staff

members for a Christmas present.

Each Christmas the President

tries to point a special picture for
them.; But- last year the election
kept him so busy that he had to
give photographs of himself and
Mamie instead. He pro ml se i
though, -that next time he would

be sure to have a painting ready;

Now. however, it s reported mat

the 'only way Ike can keep his
promise is to simply splash paint
on the canvas. His crowded sche

dule of top level defense talks

just doesn t leave him enough time

to do one of his painstaking por por-traits
traits por-traits or landscapes. ...

Co. t

' Veal Kebab and' murch mus

salunv roasted whole chicken

with spice, raisins and almonds almonds-were
were almonds-were ,the main dishes along-iwith
beef curry and roast leg of lamb.
There was also fish cooked in
grapes;' puree, a fried bread;' and
rice, pillaf. Dessert molded with
rice, milk, rose water and coco coconut.
nut. coconut. '-,
Needlesrto add, the champagne
flowed freely.

GENIAL Pakistan Ambassador

Mohammed Air scored a double
social triumph the other night,
For the ladies, he produced Rita
Havworth's glamorous ex hus

band Aly Khan. For the men and
the ladies, he produced a sensa sensational
tional sensational dinner of Middle East de delicacies,
licacies, delicacies, c
The best .looking dolls -of
Washington society were those
and from the way they drooled
over Alv. it was obvious "that not

one thought lie was overrated as

a lady-killer.

What's he cot that we have

not cot with women?" one disgrun

tled male guest asked another.

"Millions, brother, millions," the

other replied.

Any h pique which any male

guest might have felt about-- all

the female attention Aly Khan
was getting at the Pakistan am

bassador dinner was quickly


lin Roosevelt ui ved to regret

day he ever admitted that he lik

ed the tune "Home on the Ranee.

They played it for him so much,
it's -reported that he ended up

loathing the song. f

And the same is likely t be

true of Mamie Eisenhower ad

mitting that she is fond of the

color pink, un her recent 6lst
birthday, at least four separate
parties were given for her rand

each- one featured a pink motif.

, She was presented pink sieves,

pintv. handkerchief s a Piniu hat.

pink" flowers, pink Iemonde, a
pink fountain pen and at the last
party shr attended the afternoon
six cases of pink chambacne were

broken open and everyone erank

a toast to her.

"All she needs now Is te r' be
escorted back to the White House
by a Pinkerton Detective instead
of the Secret Service." one guest
cracked.- V --s-

WHITE HOUSE Press Secre Secretary
tary Secretary James Hagerty, rs back from
a vacation in Puerto Rico tanned,
rested and ready to work. -;..?.,

When he walked into his office,
he found magazine ad on his
desk showing a man holding a
bottle or rum. Someone had cut
off the man's ''head and replaced

it with a photo of Hagerty.- u ;
At the bottom was writ t e n,v
"Something jNew I Discovered in
Puerto Rocq."
" WASHINGTON society is V cet-

ting ready to greet a new crop of

debutantes with the glitter and

sparkle of the annual Debutante

Cotillion and s Thanksgiving Sail.

This year 40 of the most cor-

geous debs the capital has seen

in some time will make theip de-

but at the lavish affair, reports
Mary Stuart Price, debutante so-
cial adviser, j
...Ml t... '1M V ''m.

ajuuiik mciii wiu is jcuren iu

corn, lovely daughter of the Be- -publican
National Com m i 1 1 e e
chairman Meade Alcorn :' a n d ''

blonde, petite Antonette Chau Chau-temps
temps Chau-temps daughter of former French -premier.
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The French embassy is report-

ed to be so enthusiastic that 'they
have reseved three tables j for :
the eventX K

HERE ARE THREE brand-new v

cocktails recently introduced te

Washington party 'goers: 1

The supreme Court Cocktails.

made by pourina Black and

White on Little Rocks. i

The Sputnik Co.-ktail for the

National Security Council. It it
a mixture of one part' vodka te
one part sour grapes.

The Dave Beck -Cocktail. It

contains two fifths gin, two fifths
vermouth and one Fifth Amend-


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Canning and n etc

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yet, I snail go mra nee
With mlckle horror and 'dread-of thee
And flii to hive In" the Devil'a name
Ere that I be fetched ham.,

, Bee, tak heed of a swallow hfn. : ;
t Will harry the close, both butt and tsen,' -,-'
c For here come t Ifi ,Our Lady'a name i
All but for to fetch, thee. hame. ? A
Canning anel art, ete. ? f v
. Yet t shall go Into 'mouse : ; V
j And haste me nnto.the miller's house,
There in hia orn to have good game ;
Ere that I be fetched Jiame.
- s- m fo,
f Mouse take heed of a whlt tlb-cat ;
f That never waa baulked of; mouse or rat -
For 111 crack thy bones In Our Lady'a nam:.
Thus shalt 'thou be fetched hame.

Cunning an4 art lie did" not lack J''
Bet aye her whistle would fetch nlm back.

Robert Grave,

WASHINGTON Justice Felixl Second" course was filet erie.

Frankfurter, born in Vienna and
brought to the United States S3
years ago, was three quarters of
a century old last week. In those
years, he, an i mmigrant boy, had
climbed to the highest court in
the land.
His fellow Supreme Court jus justices,
tices, justices, seme of whom don't always

enthuse overv his voluble expostu expostulations
lations expostulations frem the bench, gave Fe Felix'''
lix''' Felix''' a dinner in boner ef his 75th


It was considerable different

frbm another dinner which Frank

furter nim self gave on the same

night -Queen Elizabeth was enter

tained by- Eisenhower 'In state at
the White" H'wti.'f t? J

Frankfurter, a great admirer

and defender of the (British, was
not invited to the White House,.

guest included executives of Coca

Cola, Seagrams Whiskey, the

Young end Rubfean t advertising

agency; the Cluetc. Reabody shirts

company," a director of Republic
Steel, and the otlw bia camoafsn

eontributorst"K '"y-

. nut justice rrankiurter, mougn
not invitedt o-the White House,

wat nor to he outdone. He sent

out formal dinner invitations to

four close men Js- includina Donald

Hiss, brother of Aler Hiss. Oihi
nously. the invitations read: "Whit

tie mandatory.". -.
Obediently, guests arrived In
white ties and formal tails. Greet

ing them, Justice : r Frankfurter

said: s ...

"I see you are in full snlendor.

but I can .ut one notch higher

than you en this thing."

He pointed te his. midnight blue

tail coat and to the red lapels that

had been specially attached for the
occasion, ;.;

I'm quite a whit when I to

in for pomp and N circumstance,"

joked the Supreme Court Justice.
- The guests went in for dinner.

The -first course was luxurious
cream of almond soup. One of the
ladies tittered. Cream of almond

soup was also being served I te
Queen Elisabeth ai the v White

House, .. ; .'

This time two ladies tittered

Third course Was roast duckling
exactly what the Queen ef

England was eating at the. White
House v. ; ;
The fourth course turned out

to be nesselrode puddingy agam

dupucating the White House" me

nu. L '- -'.

- Frankfurter confessed that he

was an avid reader uf tiw women'k
pages, had clipped the White House

menu, gone personally te the a

brary of Congress to consult

high-brow British cookhooav for

one of the recipes

" ''We can enj'iy their .food, but
they can't have our converse?

tion,' he' said. "Just think -what

wonderful talk the other people'

are missing."

' It's no secret that luvenile rime

has- shot up, in- the United states

tor eignt consecutive years-

since 1949 there's been a .70

per cent increase in the numh-r

of appearances before Juvenile

courts, despite 4hL fact that the
population, increase' of juveniles
between 10 and' ) wa only Me

tr cent, j v.
List year was the worst. Police

arrest! o juvenile went un H IT

percent and tottt appearances jbet
Up.'20 percent.-', r f& ft-

ine aisirici oi uoiumeia. capi

ta) of the United States and aup-

posea to oe a .mooet city, la ne

model when it comes te Juvenile
crime. Its court eases have doubl

ed hi the past six years-, which

is above the national average.

Washington even let ite Big
Brothers organization lapse last
year for lack of funds, and for
this and other, reasons there were
1,645 juvenile delinquency eases
filed last year a record.
Today the District ef Columbia

is reviving Big Brothers, en orga

nization eperating in many ether

cities, to give youngesters guidanee
when they are on the verge ef
crime or just need friendly advice.

The basic problem leading to -delinquency
la insecurity--a young 1
ster's feeling: .that he's not wanted
by his family or the community.

KVWV hlltnin hino h,

mental, desire to belong. When
there is desertion bv a narent nt

separation or divorce, the young young-ster
ster young-ster may he headed for trouble. '. ,"
r However, kids tencf to partem
themselves after their elders..- If
he has a friendly adviser, "such
aea Big Brother assigned to spend;
weekends with him by the Big.
Brother ofganization, he tend to
follow tne .example of that Big',,

Big Brothers- of America have

been doing "wonderfur.jeif in

riuu uur ueiping wyr wne
are fatherless." wht come from ;

broken homes, who maj be social- -Iv'maladiustecf.
tr mar h narAlwt :

te a Big Brother by the court

miner man sending mm to-A 're
fprmatory. s," t ."'.t;v
"No man .ev'r stand so straight
a When he stoops te help boy,
say the .Big Brothers. According

to J. Edgar Hoover, they .are -'
doing a greaj job t '.


foe JuS-iceXFrankfurter, his- -Te- I
tow Justice,-' William J. Brannan,
proposed a toast durine whirh he r

toll a story .of a man m tur

gatory who wanted to work hi
way to heaven, St. Peter save him :

some difficult tasks te do, firrf

remavtnv mnimtiin mltk a

snovei. i t-
. It took him 2,000 years, aftef

wnicn ne came back for mom. ,v

. "There's a lake over new town

Said St. Peter. "You re and emote

that lake with a teaspoon." :

This took 5.000 years, after which

he came back for more. - ...

This time." said SL Peter. "vo

go out and find another mae Lke

Felix Frankfurter

He' been gone 30,000 years,"

ceneluded Justice Crennan, Mand

he hasa t come back yet."

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Much "of v Jimmy's-, wonderful
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Newspaper, ana newsreei camera
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some oz ms lans- wiu r line tne
"Chicago"!. side instead j of ; the
pop tune,- Jna Lund, the new
Liberty star may have the most
sensuous voice of them all. .,
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. Later the film was developed
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photo transmitted across the court
try with its r descriptive caption.
The picture showod the Sputnik
as a thin white streak becoming
increasingly, bright as it traveled
4t ... 1 t.
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, Stars were also recorded on
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Other photographers used
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Actually a" longer focal' length
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of the satellite on the film. -The
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mateur -ambitious enough to get
up early or stay up late to pho photograph
tograph photograph this spectacle might be:
Use a camera with a lens -speed
of at least F-4.S. Open the want as
wide as possible, set camera rat
infinitr. use a steady tripod 'and
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PRIZE WINNER-rThis' striking picture of a bird in flight has .won an award of $100 for
photographer Chaun-chu Lln,; of Formosa. Tbe photo, called "Take Off,", was among the .win- I
ners in the $28,000 Popular Photography magazine prize picture contest

Walter Winchell In New York

. ,THI HeADLINERS :led.v -?'-'.- - ''V 4 wise

Tha lamplighters of Broadway
can inscrioe anomer radiant-chapter
. in the bright Story, of Susan
Strasberg. Her performance in
"Time Remembe'ed,"? co-starring
neien ayes ana itrcnara Burton,
ignited a bonfire welcome from
critics. ; .Miss Strisberg's Career
nas. oeen iuu of Stardust and blue
skies. Not so long ago she war in
a School ilay, "The Wizard of
Oz." Her one line: "The tornado
is coming." Three years later,
she had the title role in -'The
Diary of "Anne Frank" and! rock
eted to stardom, After' i s s
trssberg secured happy notices
in "Ann Frank her father. Lee
vrasDerg (tne actor' studio
chief J, was asked if he was "ex
cited about hen opening night."
Mr. Strastvrg responded: f'No. not
exeneq reuevea.7 petore; tne o
nemner he was in his dauehteif s
nressine Toom. reassurm? ner Dy
reeallihe the nremiere-Mers ex.
perienredr bv the theatre's'' great
raritd how .they conquered
PraiMkfse Seven is the French
novelist fliieen. Her' best selling
tomes, full of prof und intimacies,
have made her a celeb In the U-
"ited; States and the Old Country.
To Lher. family, however; she "is
tust a-iitue girt Aftr her first
hook clicked. Esquire recently re
ported. he annouhced to her par
ents: -"ram a 'famous: woman.'fk
"Est "your: soun before Jt- gets
coM heir father ; & i
"And Aowr that yon are- la
mous,her? mother adde.- jer
haos you will finally., comb your
nair-. x -. ? i
iiiiib' Parr; this? season't TV
wtnrierhAv: nersonifiet the admo
nltlon: It doesn't' matter how
many times you fail you only
i tn succeed once and a very-
body forgets your failures. After
several TV fizzles, he is now rid
ing higk. v .Paar, I pleasant, law-
abiding, family-man. has Been- ar
rested twice for the darndest rea
sons: He Wat once arrested for
falling to return a library book. -The
other time it happened was
when he was in the Army enter entertaining
taining entertaining soldiers on a Pacific Is Is-laad.
laad. Is-laad. During hit performance, a
hieh officer strolled in late
with a nurse on his arm.' Paar
cracked: "You'd think one man
nH hmmA wnnlnn't hnln UD

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.'rr.est.ed.aTidaJimost eourt marial

Although it has bert established
that, man is a more highly devel developed
oped developed animal than the ape, the
strange realm of show biz main maintains
tains maintains jungle like characteristics.
Anr the roar of the critics can
be heard from Broadway to Hol Hollywood.,
lywood., Hollywood., ..There are some ; per performers,
formers, performers, however, who accept the
barbarism with astounding equar
nimity, 'even sophisticated a.o s e e-thumbing.
thumbing. e-thumbing. In' the latterf category.

there s Noel coward, whose "Nude
With Violin" opened last week.
He candidly announced: "Criticism
is on a much higher plane here
than in England. I may, of
course, change that opinion after
a m reviewed." .
Several jnonths tago; the same
Mr. Coward shrugged; "Bid re
views depress tne for about 12
hours. Good reviews lift me up
for about 24. Which, in human
life, is not -an unendurable span
of time.','( '-, r-.T
: Natalie Weed has beeomd ithe
darling : of teen a gers Numerout
mags ,hav depicted her ' the
typical teen-aner." Such typical
teen-age essays art strictly ; for
the publicity ; mills. This is how
"tvo cal" Mist Wood is: W hen
She graduated from high school,
like any "typical" teen-ager, she
gifted herself with a. Thunderbird
and installed 'a new pool in s her
' if- -jt ,r.
th dailies on several 'conti
nents have been splattered With
weepy yarns about Ingrid Berg
man. She .would probably be ap
palled by such soap opera es essays.
says. essays. Actually, the star it mide
Of stern stuff. She hat endured
private heartbreak 'in addition to
public oroeais ana emergea
with her spirit intact. Mist Berg
man hat a vibrant, vigorous
character. And the it at. her best
in adverutv.
i Tbe atar once stated: "I'm for
tunate in having a very bad
memory. I can easily forget ana
forgive. For m, it's the present
and the future that countrs. but
I fight back, against thoso who
won't t me live is peaco." '-
' Iwnr man's vouth It Bt by
candlelight In recapturing t h a t
period, it ? generally becomes
warm ana glowing. .nooen
luark has recalled his youth is
"The Old Man aod the Boy." a
touching readble took. The most
arly, Jife war hit jandpa, a I

told his grandson: "All I
got of
me to pass on is you, and I know
a couple or three things I like.
I knotf quite a 'tot of goods and
qtnte'-a lot --of bads, and a long
as I -am't got uy money I would
lik to 4eve -a -few of thegood
things beAd.''
Marlon' Brando's profile prac?
Hcallv tape-recorded by Gruman
Capote is an interesting d o c u
It is a torrent of talk talk-gushing
gushing talk-gushing memories, emotions,- as aspirations,
pirations, aspirations, fears, anxieties, opinions
and sheer nonsense. In a way, it
is the type of confession usually
confined to an analyst's couch,
especially Brando's revelations a a-bout
bout a-bout his mother. The star poetically-describes
himself at "a
young man sitting on a pile of
candy ..Often you get Iho. im-.
pression, that life for Brando it
mora thorns than taffy. He it
confused, restless, suspicious. In
eommoB with many successful
people ; h teemt to have ex-
cnangeo success -tor nappiness. a
poor bargain,, of, course.
Brando onct explained himself
with the following astute com comment:
ment: comment: Happiness comes to you
from time to time; it isn't some something
thing something you can put on like, a hat
and wear forevermore'' f
IS 4m B.u WmsMf'm UntJt wk.
en the Rip Van Winkles ; here
the- Simple Simons hi the Krem
lin will transform Uncle' Sam in in-'o
'o in-'o Humpty-Dumpty. '. Without vlg
we will lose rhat-'we have
always won. Aa attempt to rouao
the .Pation was made the other
day by Dr. Wernher von 'Braun,
the nation's top rocket scientist.
In a- vital interview- he m a 4 o
this shocking statement: "Devel "Development
opment "Development of large rocket engines
in this country it being made on
a shoettring."
That shoestring could become a
Mike' Tedd, who teems io kick
up a ruckus wherever ne goes.
hat created a storm in Australian
dallies for : the most incredible
reason: He ta betnr whipped by
editorials for kissing hit wife in
oublie. We can only conclude
that the rttortalists whipping
Mise are envious: iney area s
wed to Uz. Kay man who It
married to someone who 1 e o k a
likO Lit Taylor and doesn't- kiss
her publicly or privately-tbould
expeued irom The Publicity'
Mad Club.

and witty man. He

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left to right at table are Col. and Mrs. Walter Killiljie iid

l ; f yiISt potter. Standing in background Is master of ceremonies
" Noel Gibson.

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dition, team captain Keith Kulig
,won an additional special trophy
: as the most outstanding player of
the entire Stateside- tournament.
- Dominating the .entire hall was
- a giant sign reading, JPride of
the Isthmus. VfW 1957 TNCP.
National Champs, Herskey, Pa.
Only jaring note was the fail-
ure of Panama Government offi-

h, cials to either show or send a re representative
presentative representative a ter accepting, the
Invitation. A VFW official said
' this was especialy. disconcerting
because it had been rumored that
f the Panama Government was pre-
i paring special awards for ne
boys who brought the isthmus of
I Panama so favorably into the
4 Kmelight.

You know, of course, that some
of the players live in the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama.
And it is likely more Armed
Forces top officials would have
been present except for the imra imra-dating
dating imra-dating wave of Congressmen pr-7-ent
on the Isthmus. One wag
marked that everyone seems to
like to play ball with visiting Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen and that there is po
teenage section in the league.
The homage paid to the ball
players by all the speakers show showed
ed showed that the comunity did inr
deed appreciate, their considerable
exploit. i.
Already, those Teenage balk
olayers are saying they are going
back and do it again next year,

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Seated, to r, are VFW Commander Albln Krankowsky and
j. .i.t -'t -.Colonel and Mr. Walter KlUllae, ll ,v

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26 Imitate 69 Wooden t vessel ;
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garded In countries all over the world m the biggest their gripes .this week and next, before Congress- 'v Tony GagHardo In the third round Monday night
and gravest news development last week. men that might help them. ., ) 'for his second kayo victory within a week. Miteff ;
Of Hclal -and newspaper reaction emphasized 'the s: With one public hearing completed last week, an- rated loth among- hevyweight contenders,' battered
fact that In.these times of international tension the ; other Is slated -to begin tomorrow, In the JBalboa Thea-t substitute Gagllardo Into bloody helplessness In Ihelr
Chief Executive of the United States U the outstand- tre. v TV fight at St. Nicholas Arena.
lng political figure In the fren world. As members of the first subcommittee of the House It was 21-year-old Tony's seventh defeat in 17

a spoKcsman ior me neuwai Government 01 aus-, rost oruce and Civil Affairs Committee who held the fiouta and his second kavo. Mitrff rMristerfirt hl 14th

iiearniKs utst wionaay aeparteq -irom me istnmus, me u victory ana mnui Kayo m 19 Jignts.

tria rtflected the feeling of many world leaders when

he said: i ; second groun arrived

1It is the worst news in months, much worse than This Is headed by a woman Congressman,- Rep.
the news of the launching of the Soviet earth satel-. Leonor-K. Sullivan. (ET-Mo.) of tht Panama Canal
lltfes.- 1 "' L' subcommittee of the House Merchant Marine and
The heads of government of the 14 countries allied r Fisheries Committee. t .0-
with the United States in the North Atlantic Treaty With six associates,' Mrs. Sullivan Is here to study
Organization had looked to Elsenhower tor play the both long-term and short-term proposals for increas increas-leading
leading increas-leading part In a "summit" conference to be held In lng the. Canal's capacity. x .. -. ,-v
Paris Dec. 16. V Two day public hearings are planned, and' groups
This conference was decided upon, in-view of the on the Zone have been Invited to-attehd the ses-.
threat of Soviet Russian progress In missile develop- sions. and send their spokesmen. 1

menfc, to tighten the unity of NATO countries and to
strengthen Western European defenses.
The news that Elsenhower might not be able to
attend brought Immediate speculation that the meet meet-In?
In? meet-In? might be cancelled. .
When it was made known that the United States

was ready to send vice president Kicnara m. inixon in
his place there was a change of feeling. 4

Over 1200 workers of private agencies operating in
the Canal Zone were rejoicing this week at the ap application
plication application of the $l-an-hour minimum wage to their
William B. Grogan. assistant to the Wave and Hour

and Public Contracts Administrator of the U.S. De-t
partment of Labor arrived earlier this week to sur-

But It was plain that no man can take the place of and employes,; At week's end-Grogan was pleased to
an American president In point of, prestige and au- flnd everyone willing and ready to comply, s
thorlty.s"-, , . 0 t
In congressional hearings, to fe Department CanafZone police announced they were test test-conferencesa
conferencesa test-conferencesa and rt lPdttW mg a US-type safety crash helmet for their motor-
.nMt m wntmi division., An order for two helmets was made
the urgent job of meeting the Russian threat... y day after a Zone motorcyle rlder Oeorge P Na,-
It t, i1 xn7Za'.Trn',A nn.lrfiiBn dea, was Wiled in an accldent.
Iir Paris: Britain Prime Minister Harold Macmlllan ; Tf f.. ... .m

f116011 !2Ki!?5S?Jhk Sa become -"rluired gear" for Zone motorcycle officers $38,000. He also tdok a pay cut.
,iSL.!2ftA on the force. . Bayasl explained -We didn't

There was water, water everywhere, as Madden
Lake rose to Its maximum height of ISO feet this
week. For the first time since Jan. 4, there was free
flow of water over the drum gates at Madden Spill Spill-way.
way. Spill-way. V'V; i-"i:V;;:,SVV"-,1JV..iSUij-'.6 -- "i-i iUii,;

' Accidents come In Threes.,,, as the body of a Nor

of weapons to France's formerprotectorate of Tu

nisia. y
Official statements showed $ learly that France was
still dissatisfied. , j
Thla Issue, incidentally was one of many j which
Eisenhower would have been expected to clear up at
the NATO meeting. k .

,v A 27-year-old former -lightweight contender has
thrown up his handsi In disgust. ,v
Cisco Andrade said he- Is quitting the fight game
vto sell insurance. Andrade said he Is disgusted over
the way the challenger putting up the biggest guar
antee always gets the title fight.' The west coast
'fighter said be waited three years for a titl6 bout
when he, was in his prime but he never got ft.
v Middleweight Tex Gonzales made; an impressive
Comeback and Is gunning for an over-the-weight bout
with Vlnce Martinez.
.: Gonzales, out of action 13 months,, punched out a
; solid decision over Jay Anderson Tuesday night in
Newark, New-Jersey. It was. the first' start for Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales since he was stopped by Yama Bahama In Oc Oc-.
. Oc-. tober of 1956: Promoter Willie Gilzenbreg-said he nop nop-ed
ed nop-ed to match Gonzales with Martinez the fourth-rank-
ed welterweight.
The Lm 'Angeiel Dodgers announce that outfielder
Duke Snider and catcher Roy Campanella are the
second and third players to Jgn for next season. Cap Captain
tain Captain and shortstop Pee Wee Reese signed one month
ago. ...
Vice-President Buzzv Bavasl Indicated that Snider

took a "token cut" but still Is the highest paid Dodger
at an estimated $42,000 Campanella will draw about

win the penant in

Brooklyn and felt the boys should take a cut alopg

the line." J

t.i rtiiior, nt i. lifa'nf hia nw Poblriet tft ; enRineer was xouna iioaung near pietv14 in
?rSnUe5!U?"LI1Lin Balboa; German crewmen off the MS Waldectf: suf

fered food poisoning; and. two Norwegian Sailors were;
seriously Injured when cylinder exploded on their
shin MS Trondanger Jhey were brought back to Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital. ., T
' ''"The inontass'asslnation trial was in Its final found
as the week ;ended on -the 41st; day 1 of the trial of'
RuMn O. Mlr6 and. six other defendants.
Special prosecutors Luis C... Abrahams and R6mulo
gcobar Bethancourt' wound up their final addresses
th jury, hammering home point after point as
they asked for the conviction of Mird for homicide
,nd Rodolfo de St. Malo for complicity in the assas assassination.
sination. assassination.
, Mir6's spokesman Rlgoberto ; Rodriguez Emlliani,'
took the stand immediately .after Escobar Bethan Bethan-court
court Bethan-court to attempt to break doWn the. arguments ad ad-vanced
vanced ad-vanced by the Drosecutlon He wound up his address
bv asking forMlr6's ncquittal in the name of the
rivers, the mountains.; the borni and the unborn, and
of .the founding, fathers.
f EmlUanl. who argued that bullet nresented by the
prosecution a the ones removed ,from the bodies of
President Jos.A. Remon and;. the -other victims of

the test In a debate In the :National Assembly, the
controlling house of the French Parliament, on means

W end me Teoemon in Aigen. i
. Galllard announced that at the end of the debate
J;hls weekend he would seek a vote of confidence;. His
defeat would mean liis resignation. i. t t
President Eisenhower caught th-chill which,'1 was
the first development In his illness while waiting at ;
Washington Airport to welcome King Mohammed V
of Morocco. another of France's former North Afri African
can African prptectorates,who arrived on a state visit.
Vice President Nixon took the President's place at
the state dinner which Elsenhower' arranged" for his ;
guest. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles took over -,
"the Job of. chief negotiator. 1
The nchalrman of the -House Judiciary Committee
added his .voice to demands that Congress do some something
thing something about giving a vice president temporary au authority
thority authority to handle the wprk of a disabled chief execu execu-tlve.
tlve. execu-tlve. vi -' vsA.kjs'-i'''''
Reow, Emanuel Celler (D-N.Y.) told i newsmen In

Rome he .would': urge Immediate action on a bill to


, lowed to the stand by Miro's defense lawyer, Ram6n

FP'aclOS. . ,u : i .i'
Palacios noened his .defense rtlea by statins that
09.9 per cent of the oonulatlon believed that Mir6 and
ihm other defendants axe-innocent. .:.
Palacios criticized the nrosecution for delivering
"low blows" with personal insults a the defendants
and their lawyer, and throughout the course of his
address, which went Into its third dav yesterday
morning, the vounv lawyer nrovoked lauchter through throughout
out throughout the courtroom with subtle gibes at the prosecu prosecution
tion prosecution 1 ,.- ..
1 At the start, of the second dav of Palacios' final
plea. Judee Anffel Vttelio de Oracis again warned the
spectators against nnen manifestations in the court-

The sueeestion to "withdraw lmmedfately" came room ,and read out th. name -of one newsman, one

from Rep. Adam Clayton Powell (D-N.Y.), the New radio announce ft l.wvet an a woman aneet&tor
York Negro minister who bolted :Demofiratte ranks to ; who lanhed out loud f during the first day of Pala Pala-support
support Pala-support Elsenhower for re-election last year, t Nclo-.addi5n- :?.-:; i ...
If the President followed Powell's advice. Nixon However, the youn defense lawyer continued M

wouloV become president- immediately and serve out Ho In innuendoes nd to aoe te prosecution Jaw-

rthe rest of Eisenhower's four-year term.
Powell announced be sent the President a telegram
saying that while the free world needs "your leader leadership
ship leadership and the luster of your prestige name. . you have
given your all, all your life, and I am positive that you
are now entitled to spend the balance of your life re--laxed
and happy with your loved ones.' i- v

nep. reier JBTeimgnuysen jr. iK-nj.r urgeo crea- v

tlon of.a 10-member commission to study various

let the vice president decide jwhen the president is i fhe,-..W59, assasinat!on -h been,. switched, was

. - inn m tn BtATiyf mm sirA' AfAnM annrap w e

disacied for- purposes- oi assuming tne cruer execu executive's
tive's executive's duties.-, -f-- - ri u
The bat -Celler supported would permit the Pres President
ident President to. return -to his position on his own initiative
by proclaiming himself ready for duty.
The demands for action on disability, and one con congressman's,
gressman's, congressman's, outright suggestion to President Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower thai he resign now, continued despite Elsen Elsenhower's,
hower's, Elsenhower's, apparent recovery from the mild stroke suf suffered
fered suffered Monday. ',
The White House was doing Its best to knock down
any suggestions that the President might resign or
even turn over his duties to Nixon on a temporary

basis. -- rY

yers. wovokins laughter among the Jurors and even
special prosecutor Abrahams. -f -Six
defense lawyers 8" still be heard from In the
trial twhlch began. Oct. 15 : -a

to Investigate and rule on a president's ability to
carry on his duties. ; ' ; : ; v"

Thankseivlnar Dav, left a srrlm roster of nearlv SOO i

; proposals to handle the problem nf how and- when to traffic deaths at the; midpoint of the 16ng holiday

transfer the duties of a sidelined president, ;

, Frellnghuysen noted that the special Judiciary sub sub-,
, sub-, committee, headed by Celler, had been unable to
reach agreement The commission he proposed would
Report its findings to Congresskvi;'-' V -j
The factingjpresident''- plan, bacd by Celler. ra
one of two the subcommittee finally recommended for
further study to the full Judiciary Committee near
the end of the last session of Congress, ;

i ne second plan would have established a commlt-

eweitena--v-'rv?-.r,.','.vV'ryv.- .--
A zero cold waver accompanied by SO mileSan hour
; gusts and snow, threatened to send the highway death
. count climbing still higher in the northern Midwest.
.A United Press count from the start of the holiday
-'period at 6 p.m, Wednesday until 4 p.m. yesterday
showed a total of 291 deaths In traffic smashups. --
- There were also there persons killed in plane crashes
and S3, In miscellaneous accidents.
The' National safety Council, while declining to

maKe an estimate or hoUday period traffic deaths,

tee with representatives of the courts; Congress and had set the normal fatality count from 8 pjn. Wed

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- A California stable which was not named is report reported
ed reported to have purchased the Argentine wonder horse
' Yatast'f in a hoe half-million-dollar deal. v .'
The owners of the horse In Baenoa Aires, the
Union Stud, would neither confirm or deny the
sale of "Yatasto", which was und3sputed champion
of the 1951, '52 and '53 racing seasons, seasons,-The
The seasons,-The half -million-dollars was said to Include "Ya "Ya-tasto"
tasto" "Ya-tasto" several of his colts and tome mares.
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A record-breaking runner "from the University of
Kentucky won the Southeastern Conference track
meet in Atlanta 'Monday Kentucky's Press Whe lan
set a new track record of 21 minutes and three sec seconds'
onds' seconds' around the four and -four-tenths mile 'course.
Mississippi State won' the team title with three
of its four men placing In' the first seven finishers.
Another Kentucky man E. G. Plumer was runner-up
to Whelan. And other finishers In order 'were
Norman Stone of Tennessee.. Toney Perley of Tu Tu-lane...
lane... Tu-lane... James Hood, Warren Burns and Fran Rath,
all of MLssissippl, State.. and Paul Hall of Auburn.
Whelan's new record shaved six seconds off the pld
record set last year by Tennessee's Ed Murphey.
Mississippi State had a. team score of 35 points in
winning, the team event.' Konlucky was second ith
52 points. . Florida had 84. . Auburn 87. .' Georgia
Tech 121. . Georgia 129. . and Alabama 144.'
Pitcher Bob Lemon of the Cleveland Indians, has
undergone surgery on his right elbow in Los Angeles.'
'General manager Frank Lane of the Indians said
Lemon, one of Cleveland's front-line pitchers early
last season, sought permission Saturday for the op operation,
eration, operation, it was granted and Dr.' Daniel Leveinthal,
orthopedic surgeon, performed the surgery Monday.
A bone spur and two chips from the elbow were re removed.
moved. removed. fc r ,,' w .
The 37-year-old Lemon was told he would con convalesce
valesce convalesce for one month, and that he should be avail

able at the beginning of the Indian's spring training.'
Lemon was incapacitated by a sore elbow late last
season and left the team. He returned to Ws home in 1
Long Beach, California, but any further attempts at
pitching made the elbow swollen. : e .. ',

A new NCAA cross country mark Is being .readied
for the record books. -, ;

- Little Max' Truex of the University of Southern Call-
fornla has won the four-mile event at East Lansing,
Michigan, in 19 minutes. 12 and three-tenth, seconds.
That -about 24 seconds better (han the mark set in
:..1952.K:4.$': V r
- It was so cold and windy at the Michigan race that
Truex smeared his entire body with Cocoa butter. He
also wore a stocking cap because of the 28 degree :
wather and winds wfaich were 26 miles per hour,
j, Truex Is a native of Warsaw, Indiana. v
Second In the race was John Macy of Houston who
. finished one and seven-tenth seconds ahead of the -:
-previous meet record. Jerry Smart, also of Houston (

: was irura; jeonara jsoejen oi Minnesota, iourin. -Notre
Dame won its first team championship by
S lac'ng th. 19th; 24th,. 27th and 37th for a 121 total,'.
Ilchigan; State finished second. -
- The National Boxing Association commissioner,' Abe -J.
Green.- has warned that "sinister Influences are -at 1
work"; attempting to weaken? national control over
-boxingl r1- i .-.' -v-.--irfz'-- ''
T ,Jxi a speech before a Joint meeting of the" East Pater-
son, New Jersey Rotary Clubs, Greene charged that v"
certain Elements .within boxing are conducting a v ;
divide and destroy" campaign against the NBA.
' Green did not nam the "sinister Influences,"' but
he said -"future events, will portray the form and

shape" of NBA enemies.

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