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''' 1,N ' jPANAMA R.P., MONDAT,' DECEMBER ,1937' ' ' 'N t ,. FIVE CEMTa-,
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Remon Prosecution Accused
Of Cruel Misrepresentation
t.V ."';Th" prosecuting attorneys at tha Remon assaasina assaasina-iToit
iToit assaasina-iToit trial -were aocused today of rully ; misrapretentino;
fact-in order to fool the jury, Into convicting the
innocent'Vdefendanta. j -''- 'V "l.t
V Taking tha stand for hia final address Jo the jury on
Behalf of Rocblfo ;de St. Mao;' defense lawyer Cuillermo
fylarque BrlceftY; concentrated his4, opening j-emarks on
Seven" pOlnlS Wnicn nm aiq f in-, proasuuuun nun mis
represented. ; : V, ;
Marquez". Brlceno said special
prosecutor; Romulo Escobar Be Be-frhancourt
frhancourt Be-frhancourt lied about St. Malo
iraternizing with alleged trlgger trlgger-ftian
ftian trlgger-ftian Ruben O. Miro at the trial,
il ii nati the 1urv could see-for
.themselves that since -the 'trial j
Started si. Maia aaa muiijiscu
comments and pleasantries with
en tne aeienaanus except ivuw.
, The defense lawyer also ae
;crlhpd the nrosecutlon as be
inn dishonest, and said he would
not bother to answer the per personal
sonal personal attacks: made; against him
" hut would fieht "even with xiia
teeth" m detense of his client.
: w Mrs. Teresa Castro Suarez, who
tad been reported as Hi, appear appeared
ed appeared in court this morning for the
'firt time in about two weeks.
She is the 'only one of the seven
defendants who has been grant
Crowds were barred from
On i Rocket Plsne;
For Space Flight
MOSCOW; Dec. 2 ("UP) Russia.
Ti working on a 'rocket plane"
fliU looks like t combinatwrn of
jet fighter and space tship in its
campaign to be the first nation
to achieve 'space fight by man,
it was d.scloged today.
The vi io"t blicstion Sovlet Sovlet-.
. Sovlet-. ukaya Aviatjks ijpnnted sketches
; today of such a plane and the
aocompanyin' description mdicat mdicat-t
t mdicat-t it would Scruise in -space at
w "Speeds up to lo.ono miles are houi
'-.A speed of roughlv 25,000 miles
i aM hour, is reamrerr An hurl sn
' object out of the earjth's atmos-,
fihere into space.)1 JT(
X the newspaper's 'srticre onr the
lane, written by noted Soviet sci
entiSt V. Alexandrov, left no douht
Wt "BU(sia was ; aeiermmeu iw
idd to the isurels .achieved with
- tne two spuimita auu iue
Annifontnl hnllintics missile.
5 "The- construction bv ,the Soviet
Dillon' Of an mierconuneuiai
'"Utirsr missile pndv successful
T.nnr.Mnf nf Snutniks h-ousht con
sldcrably; nearer-the rocket plane
epoch," Alexandrov wrote.
U"rh vnckpt DlaAe-is the ( last
finite in development of the a.rt
Hare before transition "tq inter'
'anetary ship.' '
rh ttrhi. .' and j Alexandrov's
article bore cut statements by oth-
r boviet scienu!3 uw ,3"""
: merfl workina on programs for
manned space flights and, trips
in th montl. -I i
The sketches showed the rocket
plane to be a cross Detween a
standard' jet fighter and a space
ship.1 Alexandrov sa'.d it would be
' built in the shape of a Jet Tlane,
bjt with folding wings, r
P it would blast oti into s'pace and
' then continue its flight in -a1-tra-
- jectory "like an artiliery shell,"
he wrote. f A
' The wings jwould be folded
".against the: side-uf the' plane for
- the flight in space itself.
V: Returning, the wings would be
" -wetended on reaching the earth's
'itmnsTihpre.'; r.nah'.inff the plane to
f tow 4owa, and glide back to its
, hist.' -"
gathering in the vicinity of
the court building this morn morning
ing morning and National Guardsmen
1 questioned people entering the
.. .two streets leading to the
This was believed to be a move
to avoid a repetition of the inci
dent which occurred .yesterday
when policemen' were forced to
disperse a crowd of several hun hundred
dred hundred spectators .who gathered
outside the.court building yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning and shouted at
the Jurors as they returned from
church or. the start 6f the day's
session- i i
Another crowd gathered in the
area last night at the end of the
session, booing the police. ; and
the prosecution,. and cheering
: iA mass, held yesterday morn
ing in the Metropolitan Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral church for the "enMght
enment" of the jury was at
tended by hundreds of persons.
. vMarquez Brlcefio Is the fourth
defense lawyer to take the floor
for his final Address.
He was preceded yesterday by
Juan Materno Vasquez (spokes (spokesman'
man' (spokesman' for St. Malo) and Ramon
Palacios, Miro's defense lawyer,
who -ended his final address a a-bout.
bout. a-bout. one hour, after yesterday's
morning session started.
Paiacloajasked the jury to ac
quit Miro and the other 'de 'defendants
fendants 'defendants and ended his address
by saying, "may God, .enlighten
-k.m it I T j t ' i y 4 . -v, a ... -Oi ;
, ii. Him I ; ill i i ii 1 ii i. n r I r i ii ii i ir 1 11 -t" I"1 ' i .(
1 ) ; $m IJlAa '' RaJkM V k!
M -iW' Of nyirbnmentf
' M It) C V ;v 17 o
THr rroND rflNGRESSIONAL eroun to(hold uublle hearings at tha Balboa Theater iti one week nose before. befclhnlntf 1
their three-hour session today; Shown left to right are; Reps, Vincent J. Dellay (R-N.J.), Robert 3. Mcintosh tR-Mlcti.),
Alfred E. Santan gelo ( D-N.TT.) Timothy P. Eheehah CH-XUe),, chairman l-eonor K -Sullivan' (D-Mo.),' John, Alienor, J
MR-Calif) and William S. MaUlard '(R-Callf.). , ' x ( ' ""uV
,0jl"Qutfit Sliipvrillint Ria
For Test i Donnas i In v Darieh
Oil drillinc fn the Darien bv the
Panamanian lieuu retroleria. b
A., has moved a step nearer with
the -arrival of oil -test drilling
equipment irom new urieans. -.
Barges, tractors and. other gear
was also unloaded -Saturday in
the Darien post of La XPalma
from the vessel Nor Alcyon. The
equipment will be moved to a
site- near the village of Turguesa,
wnere tne concern's iirst straw.
graphic test borings will be put
if i, ,f
Delhi V.thinks it should have
found sufficient structures with within
in within the next two years to Justify
bringing! tin. big drilling rig.f
r 3ci:n!;sls Safe V
rLONDOK, Dec. 2 (tfP) .The!
' stricken research ship ChacKicion
'"Jransferred her; passengers to an
scorting warsnip lasi iiism.
Jjid to? speed her voyage to s.e-
4y the Admiralty announced today,
i The Shackleton, badly holed be--eath
the water-line was reported
limping slowly towards harbor at
" -South Georgia, a British outpost
3n the fringe of the Antarctic Cir Cir-le.
le. Cir-le. i : ;-
SUnding by was the British Na-
- yal. patrot vessel protector,- which
.. Arrived late last night to act as
, escort. The Admiralty, which ; is
: toordinating messages from ships
on the spot, said today the Shae-
tleton's pasjpngers were transfer transfer-ed
ed transfer-ed to- the Protector late last
J teght ;
' iTwity-eight scientists and 30
" f ewnren were aboard the Sfiae Sfiae-"
" Sfiae-" Uetoa when .it hit the miniature!
"ieebsrg Ther were on their r'y
5o reheve men of the Falkland Is Island
land Island depen'.-:cies. a string o'.
scientific bases strung along the
. fringe of the continent.
The concern, it a' newlv fnrmpH
Panama affiliate of the Delhi-Tay-
tor wu, corp.i oi:juaiias lexas.
It has l,660,00Q-acre conCes
sion split Into two blocks.' One is
inland, near the Olonblan harder.
It embraces 1,300,000 acres. The
second, and smaller, block is on
the Pacific Coast and includes
Home submerged acreage in the
wit of ban Mlgue i
vemi plans to concentrate first
on the larger block.
It will SDud its first stratoera-
phic test within; the next 18 to
24 months. All told, it plans 250
borings' to depths of from 800
to 1,8000 feet. v -
The concern has set ud a ge
neral headquaters in Panama City
and a base camp in El Real.
jungle camp is now being .Set
up 35 miles up river. The list
test rig will be floated on special
barges, i A second, and,r slightly
large, tesl nit exDected in
three or four months, v.
During the next 18. months, the
project will require a crew of
about 75, including engmners, geo geologists,
logists, geologists, .surveyors, brush and
drilhng crews. ;.:-.- -.- r" v
Besides the slrat work, Delhi I
expects to oo some ur:ace seis seismic
mic seismic exploration, prababy with -rial
magnetometer r. surreys.
Dense jungle makes extensive seis
mic worn highly, expensive. 4
Cuba Rebel, Amy
Baiflc Stepped Up;
Sugar Fields Burn
HAVANA, Dec. 2 (UP) Rebels
and army? forces battled today for
the fith- time in- 48 hours as
Cuhi's fomenting rebellion' in-
crcssed in intensity with the burn-4
ing Of sugar fields, some of them
operated by Americans. ;
" our rebels, including a field of officer.
ficer. officer. CaDtain Sirio Redondo. were
killed in fighting between Aaua
Res and Mar Verde, in the Sierra
Maestra foothills, the army report
ed- ; ';-
Redondo ? was identified as a
member of the original expedition
ary force led' by Fidel Castro
which landed in Oriente southcoast
from. Mexico a year ago.
The army: reported' it was push
ing the rebels toward Los Horn
bndag for a decisive clash.
Reports from Santiago indicated
that the sebels were stepping -up
the fire campaign'tc destroy the
600 million dollar sugsrcrop.
Fires were reported to have
been set in canefields of the Santa
Ana, Borgida, Morcane, Union
and Preston; sugar mills but the
extent of damage was not known.
Several of the fields, including the
Preston mill, are Americsn op operated.
erated. operated. - 3
A rebel inspired bomVexplosion
in Guantanamo to.voship, adjacent
to the giant U. S. uaval base of
the same name, injured two per persons.
sons. persons. ' -
7a$ Busy 1 i
But No Records
Canal transits -.continued at
bus level throughout the short
month of November;, "though, ap
parently no new records vwere
During the 30-day month, a to
tal of 809 ocean going, ships mov
ed sea-to-sea. ; s '-Of
Of '-Of these: -77a -were blue-water
commercial vessels 'of morS; then
3Q0 tons. -,.)
Uilited States government i'ownvi
ed- sniDs came to at, ann mere
were also five vessels, under fe federal
deral federal charter. t -,
vFoun Colombian. government
ships W' which pay -no tolls-c0m
pieiea ine toiai.
1 today also, traffic : war moving
briskly with- a projected IS north northbound
bound northbound lockages expected to float
19 ships; and a tentative Jis soutn
bound lockages "projected. for a
bout 5 ships. -Iti
,m, f 1. n in.,, r '- ? ni..f. P 7 I
Old; Man Madden
Keeps Jtisi'ng -"
Those old lftke'-4eveis they
Just-keep rising; -- ..
Madden Lake Is full to over
flowing with a reading of 29127
a yesterday -and 25120 today. ..i
... run mart is 250 ven. wnen-
ever the water, rets-above that
level, it flows jree over : tne
Madden Dam drumgatesk V,v '-
Gatun Lake; too, Is doing very
nicely, thank you. ;. -r-1 -
It was at 86.68 yesterday, 88.54
today plenty of water for all
purposes. t ; j
..- A readlnr of 87 feet is consid
ered full. But when the -level is
A Canal Zone schoolteacher appearing before 0 Con
gressional subcommittee meeting on the Isthmus today, gt gt-tacked
tacked gt-tacked thi way of life on the Zone as being un-American
somewhere between a democracy and 0 totalitarian
state.. ,: ( , v,'
. C. JR. Vosburgh, a Balboa High School English teach'
er. urged members of the House Merchant Marine arid
Fisheriei Subcommittee Vri'fahamd Canal Affairs to give'
Zonians a non-voting delegate in Congress.
, He alstf called for the appointment, of a panel of ex-
perts. from all walks of life toVcome down here to study h
tti?ificfchji (it;et ;g9njerQ;tions.f Americans living in. a
highly ''un-American environment" . fm
;;ftjjkffljt$Wtot$i:-p speak today at the public hqri
ingsbeing held in the Balboa;Theatre, was Mrs. Mary
Rose whit represented the Isthmian Nurses Association.
She reiterated their stand that nurses' salaries and quali qualifications
fications qualifications be protected by law and not left in the hands
?f the local Panama Canal administration to decide."
0 She also revealed that thre is at present a complete
rfr:''i73tion ring n in esrtaiii 'partmenfr'Tjf tJit,
Dc: c Trial Next Step To Saihng I v--
: y. ft. h J,' 1, V Sullivan CD-Mo.) heard- testl- j
. tj ",.. -,. B TT i, If 1 mony. today from1 nine Witness- I v
The nasseneer. shin- Reina del
Pacifico,- which shed a six-ton
propeller while entering Havana
harbor last month: --and! Is get
ting a new one -in- Balboa,' may
Be ADie to continue her. voyage
tronr Liverpool to the facific
Coast of South America late to
The British f lae vessel of the
Royal raciiic steam ana Navi Navigation
gation Navigation Company was hoisted in.
to' Balboa. 1 .drvdock on Friday,
Her new six-ton propeller sent
out from England aboard the
British ship Salinas arrived v" in
Todav it is expected that in-
stallation of the propeller Will
be completed over night and
that the 17,872-gross-ton Relna
del Pacifico may leave Bamoa
early tomorrow morning. A dock
trial is the next step.
n firm estimates were avail
able today as to the cost, of the
iob'JOt which the Reina s .own.
ers committed themselves for
the'-minimum-fee of $25,000 for
ooenine- the Baihoa aryaocK,
But an authoritative waterfront
source said the cost of docking
the-big vessel and installing' the
nroD- mleht run' to. more than
- ,'Tt's lust v a little six-ton
thlrie he ; observed. "But a lot
of people have been working on
The Reina's 415 passengers
have kept right on living In
their cabins while the vessel was
high and dry. waterfronters
could not remember any previ previous
ous previous time when passengers : tt tt-malned
malned tt-malned on a ship drydocked
here. Special safety installations
have made it possible for them
to enjoy tneunexpectea stop.
... Capt. David Hutchison, mas
ter of the '574-f t.. ftelna, had
brought his: ship here from Ha
vana on two of bet four propel
lers. This had cut her speed to
12 knots from her'usuare.
To Washington Desk
After Long Weekend
l' V.KTTYSBURG. Pa.. Dec' 2
iUPWPresident Eisenhower head
ed back to Washington today ti tier
er tier a lone weekend- of recuoerat
ing irom his mi'd stroke, he hop
ed to preside at. caouiet meet
ing at the White House this aft
erooon. ;. ,
as near the top as tt now'-is. have been rigged arourO' tne
there may be spilling' operations) dock to protect passengers and
as control measure gamsi.me auu-man crew.
floods. i, .' j- 1 Special tours ana snore leave
Press Secretary James C Ha-
gerty .said the Chief Executive
was continuing to make an "ex "excellent"
cellent" "excellent" recovery from 1 the 'y sei seizure
zure seizure he suffered a week ago.
"The President left his; farm by
automobile at 10:13 a.m.; with
his1 personal physician Ms. Gen.
Howard McC. Snyder.j A final de decision
cision decision on whether" he xan attend
the cabinet session was -to be
made after he reached the Whitei
"The President and Mrs. Eisen-
hbwer came-, to their farm here
Friday, after spending Thanksgw
ini dav : in Washington, eisenhow
er relaxed over the long weekend
by frolicking with his four grand grandchildren,
children, grandchildren, watching Saturday's tele
vised Army-Navy ioidsu game
and touring his farm
es representing the pilots, nurs
es, labor unions, a civic organi organization
zation organization and Gov.. W. -.E. 1 Potter
during the three-hour hearing.
None or the three speakers
for the Canal Zone Pilots As-
. soclation, who were scheduled
to bead the list of witnesses,
was present when the hearing
apened at 9:40 a.m. They were
William Tyson, Capt. H. Lonf Lonf-mor
mor Lonf-mor and Capt. Clinton Baver Baver-tiMk.
tiMk. Baver-tiMk. .' ...1: "'I.''
Besides Mrs., Rose and Vos-
burg, other speakers who appear
ed before the rout were; E. W.
Hatchett and L. S. Damlani of
tne. central Laoor union-Aietai
Trades Council; LaVern ; Diiweg,
attorney f or the" VSa Citizens',
Mrs: eisenhower did -not make
the return trio to-. Washington.
She remained behihd af the farm.
ON THE BEACH
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rMftf childrtu nrt ihll aln Wt Mrthc, Cm.
Association,, and Robert C. Dan
iel, representing the Panama
Railroad Conductors' Union
Potter offered a concluding
statement before the hearings
adjourned at 12:30.
Prefacing her openlne remarks
with a statement on the proce procedures
dures procedures used in a .1 Congressional
hearing, Mrs, Sullivan, .first
woman congressman to head
Panama Canal subcommittee,
told the audience that the sub
committee, was here tor
1) Learn about the Canal and
the Canal Zone government.
21 Learn how it; operates.
3) Heln. solve its problems and
aimcuiues, said -.
4) look into its future.
,. She said she was Impressed
with the changes she has seen
here since her last visit, and
stated she was "concerned", a
bout new problems which she
sees have er -will arise as a re
sult tt events. r
Stressing that the committee
!, not here to decide It the Ca Canal
nal Canal Is to be enlarged, or a new
Canal made; the lady con congressman
gressman congressman said they want
mainly te- provide fall eppor eppor-tnnity
tnnity eppor-tnnity to- groups and Individ Individuals
uals Individuals oa the Canal Zone te dis discuss
cuss discuss their specific problems.
"We are particularly .interest
ed in those people who cannot
send representatives to Wash
ington to speak tor them,' she
added. 'r-. '.-A .-...
Mrs. Sullivan said .that since
it is impossible for each ot 435
members of the House to be pres present,
ent, present, or to- be an expert on each
phase or. legislation which comes
before them, the group here feels
uiey are snouidering a deep re responsibility"
sponsibility" responsibility" to Congresa aad to
the American people to know
the facts of the bins which come
before their Jurisdiction- :. r
Tosbargh told the rabeem rabeem-anittee
anittee rabeem-anittee that lie represented ..ae
greap, bat appears before them
because ef what he termed was
com in unity pre Mem.
He 'said that he was personally-happy
with the kind of
administration we have oa the
Zone, and was offering the con
gressmen "constructive -criU
NURSE MART ROSE
clsm" of- the set-up here -which
he said was "economic social socialism,",
ism,", socialism,", and,, "political bureaucra bureaucracy.
cy. bureaucracy. .,
Commenting that children-ton
the' Canal .Zone never' Juiow
American democracy a ..Vifcia
lived irt the State$ yosburch
called the committee's attention
to the fact that residents have'
no right to vote tor, their local
tie said he: realised that fin
the interests of national : de
fense, the Governor of the C1
nal Zone had to be an"
pointed position, but he said
that other officials here should
be elected, by the people.
Mrs. Sullivan asked: Thin
you'd like to see the Zone, run :
like a state. or city where olfi- -clals
Vosburgh: I know electlnir our
Governor is out of the question,
but if we could chose the offi
cials who are charged with policy-making
decisions, that would
make op for the lack of respon responsibility
sibility responsibility Zone residents now feel -thejrhave.
Vosburgh's testimony brought
chuckles from the audience when
he remarked 'that the attitude
down here is that the Governor
will take car of us.
"But any real red-blooded
American doesn't want that, the
said. . : -.
The Zone teacher recommend-
ed that a- small panel similar to
the Hoover commission be ap-
or the Defense Department, but
perhaps financed by one' of the
national foundations -"with a
scholarly- approach. ,
He said thev woaid be charg
ed with the duty ot studying the
effects ot three generations 01
Americans f "living in a highly
Vsikvfk added r They
ahoald atady this new rel
et Anericens that we have
dewa here. They weald find it
Most of the committee mem
bers hammered -" away at the
teacher's testimony, pointing
out that appointments to ra
tions here are By Civil Eerv.cs
iCanOBaed a rr it)
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. k. u.ri a.. 1 lua tamra la, mean of Tea Panama A mar tea a
loners ate imiM rMH and are w
Vl If eirfrfbur a latter aWt Impatitnf if Joii.t sit"
V . at .1 1 1. -4T
IMt day. MHart Off ulilr)t in rue
' Hub rf eea rstters limited re an pat lnlh.
1 ij.att. lata writer b hsld in srrictasf confidaeca
Tliia stewspaper assaults rpibilitT statements or talon
Texri ia Itttara from readers.
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VIVA THE COPSt
This etty griping about the Canal zone, ponce manes mc
. In fast, two of the Mail Box letters were so ridiculous that
, Jav vet to se TanV bl those "grumpy, hand-on-giin' threaten threaten-VJta
VJta threaten-VJta mln mere we they? Antf I certainly haveliad my hare
'.ft'beSS Stopped 1 5 patrol car or motorcycle. Never found any
8f them other than pleasant, courteous and helpful. Even.be-
hJ f?? atatlons close early in the Zone.
:ara In trouble ar just tmmi. now yrf- -----
l unone emu win v is -- T i..-'
IT rCar nd the license nM?ivwmn."
C-five had Ucemm tS help you. or respond Jusl a. quickly
tSSi ?caS Twim no more question than fee lotion ?liour
.ar and the' license n
vrwrsee one reiuse w ""utl v" zr" nftWm-nh,Klv,iumt ln process
iih'vour car. drive you home, or any one of the other smau
ikt? inrte? I don't imagine the poUce enjoy going to court
Z$T whln court falls on. their off-duty time. You
By VICTOR RlfSlL
At mid-day-on Nov. 21. Chica
go Police Capt. George Barnes
grabbed the microphone in a rio
tous union hall and read the
peace act to an angry, ;. shouting
crowa of boo.
My friend. CaDL. Barnes. i
sort of one-man conciliation serv
ice, uiougn oiiiciary known as
Supervising Captain- o' the Chica
go Police dept's Labor Detail.
On the 21st, he had rushed
siuad tq the union meeting hall
in Chicago; Midwest Hotel,
North Hamlin Ave.
- Ht mevtd quickly after tele telephone
phone telephone reports that the angry
crowa, nair ef. tnom womoiv
had ruthed through the eorridore
ana stormed the headquarters of
their union. Local 713 of tho In
ternational Brotherhood of. Elec
tric i wencers. The offices ro
in the hotel net far from tho
big union hall Itself.
The reports indicated that th
crowa nad dashed towards the -u
nion offices where its officials be
nevea uie revolution had mm
The ;; union q'ficera barricaded
memaeives. nuitine aoors came
lumonng iown. windows were bro broken.
ken. broken. Furniture was ahntterari Tha
sxaa memoers: wriggled through
Way me double to walk around one dark : building, down
road or stand up to one drunk, yet they do all that
SS'aSditiS n be nice to the slobs who think that they
,5aftd more and still an
VrCXvThearthm UTjm to the Canal
or rebuked for breaking the law.
E? S one h mrguta, couraged courtesy than
CWf wnrwsguaa -. More'a Satisfied,
VT v CRASH HATS
? I was delighted to Mt .to a recent wwipape Item tt
V ,CSnal Zona pouce are leswng wBn iw. v.
-"I'won't ay it's about time, or aU the other d-ypu-fov
.-7. J ?nA:fi,"A- ihintirxr t win ffive credit where it Is due.
- Th? needles death of that motorcycle poUceman, tragic
tBBltSt;W something at least for the
4 SaSnan had to die to point
out toe lack of safety precautions under whieh cycle ridep had
out the lwk or sa man back to Uft
w uocn '.I' -. j-.jw i .nm. onnH ParHan
.-at least his ymBcn.utm:- --t-;-
'there wUl no longer ne wj".?Jrn
a there still are careless omen. j i w
Slv be getting the maximum, protection.
, It's gratifying to see. authorities sit up
and take notice alt alt-Helmet
Helmet alt-Helmet Happy
EL PANAMA PRICES
-' ciusewlcw would come down. So now shrimp cocktaU which
: iwVslownte SeforS in th coffee shop is now $1 or almost dou dou-x
x dou-x -We in rrice. Other items which are replacing the lunch plates
" Vwhlch previous were $135 to $1.60 are now upped to $2.
who's kidding whom? Don't they think that we read the
nanera? Don t they tnina we uraw we vtco m uie
t- r Vzxr.-l1 Mm.th iaat. fiva vrai hv heart?
, st i w ncn nave own o...w
How about an explanation from the: dear newmanagement?
LA BOCA FAMILIES
Why not put the poor families of La Boca in brie or two
V bulldtaM in that town, then close the clubhouse and commissary
wesw sueeesxea na w mem wowvi
: llverl im
l1 Panama are glad of the opportunity to rob tnese poor people
rent increase from $39 a month to $47.50 isn't ny fun for fami fami-14"
14" fami-14" lies raising from six to 10 children. The Panama Canal Company
,snouid give mese jamuics bub wimun.nvu.
NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
SkTC Several years ago I was living in the Canal Zone during
Km Christmas Time. You printed at that time a parody on "Twas
& rthe Night Before Christmas." It was half Ih English and half ln
?i t am rohdufetinff an emnlbye Christmas program for the
f, iilmerican and Telegraph Company in Cincinnati and could use
Vvthat poem for a special type of entertainment I have in mind.
: Would you be so kind as to send me a copy that you may have
'9n Mrs. Walter PerisutU
EDITOR'S NOTE: Our files being what they are, we
couldn't tell Mrs. PerisutU what we printed yesterday let a a-lone
lone a-lone at Christmas several years att. Maybe some reader can
help via the Mall Box.
COMEDT Or ERRORS
Caot. Barnes waa infnrmarl that
me boo Deseigers were strikers
wildcstters who had left their
jobs at the Automatic Electric
uo., in suDuroan North Lake, 111
me iirm mrna out an tne te e'
phone equipment for General Tel
ephone, a midwest communica
tions company.iThe wildcatters, in
eluding a heavy contingent of
wonting housewives, had three
times rejected an agreement made
between their union officers snd
fllL 1 '1
ine unai company oner was
for an increase of some $4.00 a
week. The employes didn't think
it was enough, they went down
10 me meeting lull. They set up
their own rank-and-file committee,
and then attacked, the headquar headquarters,
ters, headquarters, and they trooped back to
At this Point. Cant. Rarnaa
grabbed the microphone. He told
the irate unionists they were jeo
pardizing ineir own joos. He said
many ot them mieht be fired. Ha
ouiunea tneir union constitution.
He told them of the democratic
processes and tha guarantees in
They shouted back' thair
tions were belligerent and mostly
uninformed. They seem to know
little Of the Problems of rnntrarl
negouauons or joo reciasslacauon,
a key issue in the plant,
This, mora than tho 1.
we Key to uus Storr. THe Vlrrlenra
Vaj. SOOn Over.' Cant. -Rarn.H tmb
v.- ..-1 Antfrvjrirr rr
10 me union ouice. He called the
union's international headquarters
in Washington. He was told that
the strike waa a wildcat hut that
the workers would get still anoth
er cnance to A'ote on the new con contract.
tract. contract. Capt. Barnes arranged for
uua jasi aunaay. The vote was
ror a swixeoy almost two
Shortly after the ilant opened
fi w weea, uapt. Barnes
told me that many workers were
going through the gates, strike
or no sirae.
1 have monitored other recent
revolts though none as turbu turbulent
lent turbulent as this uprising of the
housewives and men of the ai ai-sombly
sombly ai-sombly line. This rebellion, and
many other, little noted, outside
their homo battlegrounds, are
not against racket leaders. These
upheavals are tho blowing eff
steam. They sputter up from
the factory and warehouse
floors, driven by uneasiness and
uninformed suspicions, as well
as by "fear of layoffs and a
scramble to catch up with ris rising
ing rising living costs.
This restiveness among the mil millions
lions millions of rank-and-filers anrinirs
partly Jrom the revelations of the
Senate racket-busting committee.
Union members everywhere sre
exira-sensiuve and tearful that
perhaps they are boina taken in
by some of their leaders. They
are eager to keep their dignity
and selt-reSDect in their comtnuni.
Us and disturbed by the thoughts
thst new exposures may involve
their own unions.
The International Brotharhnnrf nf
Electrical Workers, for. exsmple,
ua an nonesi set 01 national
leaders and many a crusading
regional chief. But just the other
When a plumber makes a mistake, he charges twice for it.
When a lawyer makes a mistake, he has a chahee to try the
i ease again.
V-r When a doctor makes a mistake, he buries it.
When a judge makes a mistake, It becomes the law of the
When a preacher makes a mistake, nobody knows the dlf
But when a pilot makes an error. . . ;uood Night!
THI BROADWAY BEBP
Warning to hosts, hostesses, et
al: Don't invite novelist Ayn Rand,
Janet Gaynor and Clauaette Col
bert to the same party. (AsK Ben
nett (Cerf)..vSome of the Goldie's
crowd think the ex-Mrs. Alfred G.
Vanderbilt and former British en envoy
voy envoy Anthony Nutting arealready
stitched.. ,Zsa-Zsa's heart parade
now features Bob Wagner, Geof Geoffrey
frey Geoffrey Home and Jack Lemmon.
The last-named, however, is dis discreet
creet discreet about his real pash.v.Kim
Novak's added a Broadway praise
agent jojier usi. inai gom ,tneart
she. wears came from MG. .The
shpckeri lni''A Farewell to Arms"
Ain District Attorney Frank V'ti,
County, picked up men he said
were plaguing his surburban com
munity. He rounded up what he
called "unsavory characters" and
Drought them in. lor questioning.
Tne men were ail characters
with police records or associates
of the hoods. One of those drag-
netted was Dominic uiaaone. ciat
fone, a iriend of Johnny Dio's cir
cle. turns out to be business man
ager of Local 1010,' radio manu
facturers unit of the Electrical
Brotherhood. This .casts suspicions,
though unwarranted, over the en
The rank-and-file members seem
to know only what they read. It
should not have taken Capt.
Barnes,, for example, to teach
thera responsioie unionism in Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. The leaders themselves, the
thousands of honest ones, hsve a
terrific educational Itask ahead of
them. They had better get to
know their following and vice-versa.
arrives when star Jennifer Jones
emotes the pains of delivering a
child. V, ."Rita Hayworth to wed
5th time". .Here's wishing her
luck, again!. .The Desilu (Desi (Desi-Lncy)
Lncy) (Desi-Lncy) six million $ cash purchase
for both RKO studios disclosed
this vignette: It was at RKO in
(1940) that Desi met Lucille when
they appeared in the film, "Too
Many Girls". .And where they
dropped hh option. ;
(By Mamrice EL ThateAer)
Man, as a race, was never born to die,
But to survive ln order to progress
Toward the goal, remote, designed to bless
His long and painful efforts to justify
The reason for his being. He must needs try
And try again ln doubt ln worthiness
And earn his place beneath a cloudless sky.
4ltho Man oft to self-destruction tends.
And thoughtful ones are plunged Into despair,
There must be faith that time shall make amends.
And yield the nobler light- for att to share,
As hates dissolve and selfish struggle ends.
With hallowed virtues regnant eVrywhere.
. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice H. Thatcher
U PA M A
1:00 ajn. to U midnight
UP AM A
CaUe "T El Canrrejo
HOTEL EL PANAMA
RALEIGH. N.C. (UP)- Teach
ers snd principals in North Caro Carotins
tins Carotins public schools msy impose
reasonable corporal punish
ment upon erring Pupils under
the law. Assistant Atty Gen. Chi Chide
de Chide Love said the state courts re
quire proof of excessive force
causing permanent Injury of ma
lice toward a pupil before any
teacher can be convicted for whip
ping a pupil. h,
There must m at least 500 farm
ers around 57th and' 8th Avenue
That manv copies of the Farmer's
Almanac were purchased at the
newsstands there this, year, i They
Bra tha la at newsstands en route
to the, West Side Highway' leiding
to the sticks. .Trtuno sou
Don't See Her" Is a song on the
wsv ; tn hitville. Not unlike1 the
oldie.""You Know You Belong
to Somebody Else". .Paul Galli
pn avi his next-novel. "Thoma-
sina." is about ; a cat "who
thnueht. ahe was God". . .Edna
Ferber's new novel deals with
tha nation's aixtv ton families. It
explodes the myth loudly. .Don't
invite Sallie lair and Bette Mc
Laurin to the same party. One
alleges the other pushed her off
tne stsge at uie Airican wwm.
. .Deejay .Alan Freed says the
theme sort? for "Bridge on River
Kwai" should have been t "Kwal
Me a River." -:. .,'
"Time Remembered" costs the
producers more than $27,500 for
the cast alone. HelenHayes and
Richard Burton receive- siv.uuu
weekly each. Susan. Strssberg $7
500. .The author and; director
get 12V4 per cent. .Correction:
The "West Side Story" weexiy
nrofit is $14,000. .Jane Darcy of
20th Century-Fox's 'South Paci Pacific"
fic" Pacific" flicker weds Arthur Murrey
supervisor David Fisher in Vegas
around Thankssivinc Day. .Rho-
da Royale, waiting for the big
break in H'wood, will do tha show showgirl
girl showgirl bit in Vegas until some pro producer
ducer producer realizes she can act. .Pa .Patience,
tience, .Patience, lady. ; .One of the hipsters
st Newark's Sugar Hill brings
the col'm up-to-date on be hop
slanguage; "A.- square" is now
"a lame"? o you re mp you re
lan "down'. '. .Sent.. COM.. Wig-
ged, flipped and gassed have been
obsoletea oy rspioua.
Beginning of the End Dept: Bob
nope tnrearens to Decome a pro producer
ducer producer next year. .The Treasu
ry Dept. closed the Broadway
Beit s only strip-tease movie joint
. .The' Vaudeville Actors' Union
plans organizing all street-corner
Santas during the Yule season.
. .The lad who waits and waits
for Kaye Ballard to finish her
Bon aoir snow is v am uartman.
. .Anne Baxter's take-home pay
from "The Square Root of -Wonderful"
is hefty. She's on "mini
mum plus -percentage snd the
show is playing to capacity de
spite mixed notices.' .Another of
the column's pets (Barbara Mc Mc-Nair)
Nair) Mc-Nair) signed with Corsl Records.
She was wecwBtly sigriatured ifor
a new Brdadway musical. 4 .Goock
00a giri. i (OJescripuom of i H' H'wood
wood H'wood driver: One, who after see seeing
ing seeing a wreck, drives carefully, for
a few blocks.
... timepieco of
SUauMSS Is tbs watchword
here., plus eJetant clarity
of dial aad unsurpassed
quality. Altocecber Oantry
is a watch of suprenie dis distinction,
tinction, distinction, fuarantead by a
voosrable craditioa of fiae,
JUVENU WatcS Faccory
U Chsmds-Foods IwtfjsrUad
NEW THIN. MODEL ... $33.75
i I 1
4. -. .
Playwright William Inge, whose
next play will be "The Dark at
the Top of the Stairs," got $5,000
per annum as a college prof.
The stage and screen versions of
ms tnree Broadway hits earned
I 11,1 4 t-T . 1
nau-a-muuon ior mm. .xsaroara
Loden, once one of Ernie Kovacs
slightly wacky TV cane, has a
good role in "Compulsion". .Not
many Presley fans; know' a the
names of the men responsible for
the star's song clicks. They are
Liebler and Stoler. Wrote Elvis'
smash. "Hound Dawe." The flip
side was "Don't Be Cruel." Total
sales: 7.000.000 copies. They wrote
his "Jailhouse Rock," which has
sold 3Mi million in a month. .Ted
Steele's new album Introduces a
corking good thrush named Teal
Tho Esthir Williams-Ben Gate
recent dentals of their unhappy
situation recall the late Ben Scnul-
berg's familiar line to reporters
trying to check: "It's true, but
not yet". .Worthy causes: The
Guide Dog Foundation drive in:
Forest Hills. Trains dogs for the
blind and gives them to the blind
free. .John Crosby's video narrat
ing last week wss a smooth im improvement
provement improvement over his initial Jitters.
. -jvotxxiy on tne networks is as
beautiful (or as adroit at c 0 m m-mercials)
mercials) m-mercials) as Barbsra Britton. .
Show-oaf Dept; H Taubman's
"The Dramatic Fulcrum." -(He
means support). .Brooks Atkin
son's 1 "Clark and McfiGullouah us
ed to be great at this sort of lar
rikin." (Mr. A. means rowdiness).
. .Dora Ashton s:. "Tenebrous wa
Overheard: "It'a amazing the
way : me. astasia murders drop dropped
ped dropped out of the ; newsJ The i best
proof of how fast you can be for
gotten on Broadway".'. .A thea theatrical
trical theatrical agency's door sign:; "Com "Comedians
edians "Comedians with sputnik routines keep
out!" At 1650 B'way. .Does Le Lena
na Lena Home know about the back backstage
stage backstage battles between press agents
handling her public relations
several newspaper writers, inter
viewers ana editors -tell us "they
hsve lost us!". .One East' Side
boite hasn't pahl its entertainers
for 3 weeks. Prob'ly shuuter soon.
. .One of the mob picked up in
thst Upstate rsid "runs every everything
thing everything in Manhattan south of 34th
Street ; ; ...
" Blaes cenvody ettractJon In Pa Pa-ree
ree Pa-ree right sow; Amateur night for
strippers. The girls are liable to
do anything to make an impres
sion. .Hollywood and other ac
tresses presented at court -..London)
are warned not to w e a r
b'-cek because blsck ia were only
ss court mourainc. . .The Ux
court ruled thst "not having e-i
noogh money to payyour taxes
because of business difficulties is
cot a reasonable cusc for failing
to pay them". .The new French
film "Raizia" (at the World Thea
y 3IIW aiAIIOM
oionai leaaers ciiunga U" nuuu,
resident Kisenhoer will not
ooost tile budget butw lit paylor
uie r missila apeeU -. tip out of
juier government sj-in... : r
tM nope is to suueeze aooui
42 biluoa ,: out of uie present
oudget' py eliminating 10 w prio
rity aexense items ana cutting
uuiimuiury programs such as ve
lerans beueuis and weuart pro-
jute has promised to dear with
Congressional leauers noweveioe
iore ne maes a iinal uecisioii.
iuey 11I uuutue wiia ham soou
ior a biparusaa bnetuig. k.
jueauvynuts. uruura -: gone
out to ageucy ueu ui tikuteu
aeir ueu, aubIT ttpiMOtcd to vuu'
a.js uas aunauy i-eu wyiitea vut
y uie iiouucu. aa;6iji,.
xne aaouvy .DOKeamtu win
claim Uivjf ueeu eveiy wenny
uiir apyiupnauona but. wai uuer
tu "Satiiiice" xor the ae ox ua-
uonai ueeuse. .'-..j- i.
iu this way. the .administration
hopes w get creault ior apeeutug
up lue ititoSuea yivwm auu uwu uwu-iug
iug uwu-iug iiowu taxes iui,auii'Uiuti.
4iiie :,Uig6es mra, Mpectett
vai'tiueuv li-seu. 1 Aasiataut aeue-
y v. J, iuciNii, ,uie compiiui-
ier, Is now juggung uguiea. ay
ieiiruig some wou..."iivy ships
auu Au; orce piaues, ne hopes
scrape toseluer dose to i
oiiiion iu mue miasue.
iue uetaiis me tuau ueing work
ea uot 10 which iiuu-iuiuntiy
piojecis biiouiu ue iriiumea.
Ve.eraiis auu wwiima payments
prooaoiy win ue reuucea uyc igu-
euuig uie eiigiouity reyuireuieuvs,
Ike is also expected to aban
don his school : construcuon
program anu settle for less ex-
pensive aid to eaucauon, proDa
oiy goveijimeui scnoiaisnipa xw
promising science siuoema.
xne jriesiueni s oner of more
defense lor tne same price -Will
uxeiy run onto uemocrauc op
Most Democratic leaders :: fear
we can't' catch up with Russia
on a halancea buuget, aiso ooject
to paying pari, ot ue missile
speeu up out of the pocxets
ot veterans, wiaows, and school'
Some' Northern Senators will
suggest Plugging (, up tne tax 10
opnoles, sucn as the oil depletion
allowance, to. toance thamissile
Note: Ikrirdetermlaatlon to
hold down the": budget stiffened
noticeably alter 011 recent visit
with ex-secretary of the Treasu
ry George 'Hard Buck" Humph
rey St the Augusta Gold Club.
Humphrey r was :- nhotoeraohed
sampling ra cracker fiora a? crack
er barrel he had presented to the
club. A Pentagon aide, seeing the
cture. cracked: "i see George
still has his hand in the crack
OOP PROBLEM CHILD
Bright, brash Bernard Shanley,
who stepped out as President' Ei
senhower's appoirtments secreta
ry to run for the Senate in New
Jersey, has thrown, state GOP lea
ers into .a uxzy.
They will meet informally to
try to .batten down the led
Shanley hlew "off the party: by
challenging veteran ;iin. Alex
Smith in the Republican primary.
Strangely, the Eisenhower rite-
publicans seem to be lining up
against Ike's ex-aide who instead
is iinding support among tne
political disciples of the late Sen.
Joe McCarthy. .j
snamev enoeareo -nimseir to
the Jersey" right wing by launch
ing a McCarthy like attack on
Democratic GoV. Robert Meyner
during the recent gubernatorial
campaign. Shanley tried to link
the Governor with pro Com
munists bv claiming he was close
to the Americans for Democratic
Action group. J 1
To Brand ada as pro com communist.
munist. communist. Shanley quoted J. .Ed
gar Hoover who had never even
It was also' Shanley who a
1853 claimed that the Eisenhower
administration had removed "1, "1,-450.
450. "1,-450. subversives' from the govero govero-ment.
ment. govero-ment. Later Shanley was forceu
to admit! .that the 1,456 persons
who had, resigned or had been
dismissed had not been adjudg adjudged
ed adjudged "subversive" atalU r
.' Many GOP leaders believe Shan Shan-ley's
ley's Shan-ley's tactics hurt more than it
helped the Republican campaign a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Governor Meyner. ( They
want no more of i tin the 1958
Senatorial campaign. ;
Note: Democratic leaders- era
urging popular Congressman Pet
Rodmo to take the Democratic
. . PROXMIRI PAYS
Wisconsin! young' Sen. William
Proxmire, caught short during his
SkllfVaanf i,IlfA'taoM iWleai V It a,al A,.
VstaVUh .MWVJrVIIU Ul UtlU LU
wire home to his father for an
extra $1,000. 4 $
Proxmire has been Visiting Ger
many as the guest; of the Bun
destag. Recalline his own preach
ing against Congressional junket junketing
ing junketing in his campaign last summer,
however, Proxmire feared the vot?
ers might not realize his expenses
wer paid by the German Go Government
vernment Government ;,v
Therefore, in the middle of hi
visit, Proxmire suddenly decided
to decline the German Govern Government's
ment's Government's hospitality and 'pay 'hos
own expenses. His bank account
wouldn't stretcn far enough, so
he sent an ur2ent tele cram ta
his father requesting $1,000.
100 MILLION AUTOS
By 1975 there will be 100 mil.
lion motor vehicles in the United
States, traveling; about a trillion
miles a year. Bertram D. Talla-
my. a soft spoken, white-hair.
ed man of 50, is seeing to it
that we have hitrhwava that will
taka the traffic .m-., -.;.? ;
Tallamy is the boss men of
Uncle Sam's $50 billion super superhighway
highway superhighway program. As administrs-
tor of the Bureau of Public
Roads, it iu his job to keep operations-at
top speed on a- vast
blueprint that calls for rthe build-
ing- of 41,000 miles of new high-
wajra cvnnecung ail o stales, plus
the rebuilding of 750.000 miles of
primary and secondary roads
aireaoy ; in sue. 9 "vin.
'Barring unforeseen : b a t tisv-'
necks, we should have 'it licked
ith from .13 to 1 -year",saya :
Tallamy, who built 'the New York
City Buffalo' Thraway before
bringing his engineering1 tools and
know how to' Washlngtonlsst
.... .1 ,.v.v.: ..yinlff-,..-
IBIcgest bottleneck' so' fsr' has
been obtaining enough civil en engineers
gineers engineers willing to work at govern- S
ment pay scales. However, Talla Tallamy
my Tallamy has" solved the nunpower
shortsge:with speed no'devices.
including electronic brain.
In California. Tallamy aides' are
taking only 10 minutes, with e-.
lectronic help, to measure bridge
stresses that rromeriy .v required
five weeks of man made .figur
Though over 70, Saprem, Court
Justice Hugo Black still plays
a'fast set of tennis on ourt
behind his Alexandria, Vs., home
...Justice Harold Burton, 'tw years
younger, enjoys an occasional
dip in the Senate ' switti ming
nnnl TuoHxaa Taw flarV anrl
William Brennan are "golf enthu-
siasts... Justice William -J(Dougias
keeps In shape by long hikes
along the Chesapeake and, Ohio
Canal... Chief Justice Earl War Warren
ren Warren kes to hunt with his sons
in California between court ses
sions. :y, j; ''a:
like' bis predecessor,'' the late
Fred Vinson, Warren also is an
avid baseball and footbau fan. r
Answer to Previous Puxife
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i. a. 'tv n. .j 1. .....
rpnnpst tn Hat at the
tinn VinAtll at llioipvlflnfi
"Where do you sell Disneyland
stock?: if,;.. :-'?' .:'.
NEW YORK,i Dec; 2 UP)-A
17-vear-old bov was arrested today
l while-on a drinking spree during
wiucn ne smasnea store wmaows
and set. small .fire. o tf.
Pnlioo -iirf Wil!i-.n firphhin first
. t,. !,.. Tr. -.,j .Drone an aerial ou.a paraea car.
Iw Li if '! si tZ, fSi'He used the aerial' to smash' the
thelblame. But Jack's no ordinary' ".2
sure do, and that's for sure r AL. Hfrr. 7; window, entered the store and -jet
Strangest, and yet not so strange ALl,, OF fire brought Jiremen
imroma iup w wwr wum ior ,- ,H.iBi.,, ,wh p.,ht nrshhin
a, JACK fiNTRATTER of the
.. Sands Hotel in Las Vegas saying
i he has four towns ready to join
his .-dosed circuit night club en.
2," tettainment via TV. But how can,
the customers heckle a comedian
when he's coming to them on a
is TV screens.. Hank Henry, the
.is comedian, saying he's going to
s- make a record album titled, "Bed "Bed-9i
9i "Bed-9i time Stories for Grownups."
. Gordon ijacRae asking Deah
, Martm the- question, "How, do I
.gefc-;Wt record?" -...., ..
Dean's answer: Easy -. sing' off
"key."-,,'.';,' .;,- 'dl':. y k.'
Mario Xanza's, nromis .-t'e
a big comeback H did it befoxja
.,. and'll. do-it ,gein.,1"1Hei: is just
, completing; Bmoyie, m Italyana
. -tv...rio.;tQlIr nt starrinff him
movipfi'. (,vlnpn v..liihilpp rPlphra
tion.- 'i'here will be big star, do
ings alj, over ; the country in mid:
October ; to take your eyes, and
minds, off those TY screens.
Toil -PAcf 'nhrt Hirppftt ''f2i!n-
smoke," predicting cowboys iidt'
redskin: will -bite the dust this
season the year of the- horse
opera epidemic, on rvt aays rosi:
"The law of diminishing returns
will set in with the viewers. No Nobody
body Nobody can' take too mucji of any anything.
thing. anything. Everybody s on an imitat imitative
ive imitative kick." ; .?.'. -v :'' .y
i t in.iour.0-miiute s TYs spe.c.tatUr
rv-lars.;iofin:-Wayne's; eldest son,
L. a-yeaoldiftUp. cjieckin;, f into.
, i i iifi ; rriiaiiini a. uuu
m:t smgmg ; career, aaung miss
'i American 957 arianMcnigt
movie -kid star racking the lrt lrt-movie
movie lrt-movie kid star cracking JheTrt JheTrt-y
y JheTrt-y erarybarrier -with his first sale,
the "Jewell Box" which was dra dramatized
matized dramatized the other day on TV's
. Af Matinee Theater. r
VV 'fHn film critics panning the
: rTello'(.. tt cau$ their .favorite ro ro-mantic
mantic ro-mantic idol, Rossano Brmi," plays
j ; the .role,- of rapist villain But
)-',' whii sl flevi ,.to the Hawaiian l l-,
, l-, 'Handa.with, him, for his ''South Pa Pa-f
f Pa-f t clfic'n role,, he tpld me he Joved
the f character and believes' 4t is
one. ",., the ,ffne$t jobs bs's 1 doo
' 11-i Pn guir screen.,,:;;.: (I,
X StasleyKramer buying ,Nevil
" Shute's novel, : ;'0n the. Bea ch,"
1 Ifor a ,fiimt ,It the hair, raising
; story: of 'a -devastating puclear
war... Jack Benny retaining Sam,
Perrin and George (Balzer for their
breaking a tavern window nearby.
xne vyoutn saia ne naa- Deen
drinking. , ,, i
"I lost my head," he said.
i"':' ' '.'
vDOCS LIVE LONGER a-
Bn5Tnitt 1TP. Tho Animal
Rescue League, of Boston reported
inai ,xne average me expectancy
of a dog has risen from nine years
ih "1932 tn 12 vears tnrtav. The in
crease is attributed to bejter care,
better nutrition, and advances' in
SW' A Jf$ii& snnnimPP1i frtti the
starring "role in the 'Cole JPo'-ter
in-, the" Crowd "becoming a lace
signed for the second feminine
lead in the film version of "The
Long Hot Summer." Also in the
f Pnill ."Mpuirian Anthnnv
Franciosa. Joanne Woodward and
Orson-. weJies.r;:H '.-'
Wlarn Influanen an mavist!
Till of UI'-."Bada at Evil." a
mocr; cjeys.cops-'n '.r o bbe rs in
yarn, ; beind changed to "Touch
AMHiriiST t mbb rilPV i The
old saw tl)at' ; rolling stone ga-
thn( nn ITlACB nAC nfSRIt H LXUIUVCU
hlaVA-a' lw iii vug '.
by a University Oi Massachusetts
proiessur. t, .
ill Hnnn nn m .-rnusLer tin
been' rolling 1 over the North
American continent,-ior eight yars
nothpnncr nlpntv n. moss. Schuster
fs assistant professor in botany
at the university. -The
Bavarian- born Schuster
ha iauneved from the Florida
Keys to northermost jmesmerc
loionri in wircn n. mnsaes ior-
hr-vnliimA work, believed, to be
the first oi its Kina, on, we mus
ses of eastern North, amenca.
in his travels, tie nas Qisun Qisun-Bnichprt
Bnichprt Qisun-Bnichprt himsel as a scientist
who, literaiiyv' has left no stone
unturned to gather data in' out-of
thA uav.n apps. 1 i
Uio Knnlf nn mnRSPfi 18 Set 10r
pubUcation next year, and in M
will he plenty oi moss .mutu ui
it hitherto unciassuiea. tie as re received1
ceived1 received1 a grant from the National
CAianra TTnunrlatinn andi A. 'Gui-
genheim Fellowship. In all, he Will
cover some wu species, .some w.
which have beeti previously un-
Dr. Schuster has sbcen gatheiT
ing and studying mpss since ne
mi ifi Hp was graduated from
r.nmp,l anri received a Ph.D. "at
the University of Minnesota. He
taught at Minnesota, UuKe uni
versity and Michigan university
before coming to the University
Gathering mossisn't as dull as
If mav finunri. Dr. Schuster tells
of his experience oh Ellesmere
Island where he spent four months
doing research. H was lost for
S day, read more than 50 books
in the four montns ana namea a
mmintain aftpr his Wile.
He still managed to collect 50
Kinas or mosses, xuievuFuaij u
iioAAtrAroH in thA area.
Tii Qphnctor hnnes to be off on
another expedition. He has applied
to the National science rounaa
tin tnf o avanf tn letiidv in Cen
blUM ivi a j
tral America and the West Indies
Heel And Toe
ttv.w HAVTEV rUPl Figured
.. i :.
on a pants on to panis on oasas
a salesman of lnaustriai proaucis
is likely to walk 12 miles a month
thn onnrco Af hio inh according
to C. A. Sher,; vice president and
icfrint chIpc manager here for
Electro Refractories arid Abras Abrasives
ives Abrasives Corp. of Buffalo, K.Y.
.Ahai huntf a nprinmptpr nn the
- n ill.i i n i (5 itm I?
right side of his pants just apove
the pocket ana maae some lesw.
Ttio TioHnmptpr rendines on an
average of sevn "on foof calls
theword f Bedi.
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"In par' rallJ. 2 1-2 miteS Onfe
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MEMBERS OF MEDEtLIN GARDEN CLUB", ARRIVE;
WILL ATTEND FLOWER SHOW TO BE HELD DEC. 9
Five members of the MedeUin Garden Club arrived on the
iihm,, tndav. The ladles, who will attend the flpwer show next
Monday at the YMCA-USO, are Mrs. Ester-Vasques, Mrs. Helena
de Restrepo, Mrs. Hermeimoa ae rie,,raw M.i.reu i o.c
and Miss Uiara inei reiwi. w vf-
The visitors are the guests of Mrs, Paf Morgan and will stay
at the Tivoli Guest. House. r --i''r'l
DAft CHapttr to Hold
Luncheon December 14
The Panama Canal Chapter,
Daughters of the American Re Revolution,
volution, Revolution, willl hold a birthday birthday-Christmas
Christmas birthday-Christmas luncheon in the Garden
Room of the Tivoli Guest House
Saturday, December 14, at 12:30
p.m. The Chapter was organized
December 14. 1925. Following the
i : .n(ii.rf tuill
luncneon, a uuainesa jiiccuii&
Members are urged to
auests. and all ladies on the Isth
mus eligible to belong to the
DAR, as well as members of ot ot-er
er ot-er chapters, are codially invited
Reservations may be made by
telephoning the Regent, Mrs. Jens
Nilsen, Balboa 3612, or tne re registrar,
gistrar, registrar, Mrs. Maenner B. .Hu f,
Balboa 1231, not later than Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, December 12. Members are
requested to identity their guests
by nam so that place cards
may be filled out properly.
Te ChlU Visits Here
The Venezuelan Ambassador to
Chile, Di. Renato Esteva Rios,
and bit ions arrived in Panama
thlsJ, morninf from Santiago en
route to Caracas. During his vi visit
sit visit in the capital he will be the
guest of the Venezuelan Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Chal Chal-bauoCardona.
bauoCardona. Chal-bauoCardona. Health Bureau Plans
Dane in j Party Dec. 20
An all hospital cocktail,
ner and dancing party will
held at- the Quarry Heights
ficers pub Friday, Dec. 20, from
7 p.m. 4o 1 a.m. The party is
being sponsored by the Health Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of Gorgas Hospital and
dress will be informal.
Reservations at $3.50 per person
may be made by contacting the
nursing office, the business office
or the admitting office.
Panama ;forfl$er three years, will
leave by '.plane at 8 .p.m.. tomor
row, accompanied Dy nis wile ana
daughter Miss Paola Moscati, he
wj 1 proceed to Rome by way of
Lt. and Mrs. Graathous
Entertain For Friends
LI. and Mrs., David M. Great Great-house
house Great-house ol the 15th Naval District
entertained Saturday witn an 'even-
ling ot games at their guarters.
hrine fourteen guesis were mvueu
be din-be Of-
Mrs. Andrew Moilieth
Marks Husband's Birthday
Mrs. Anurew Montietn entertain entertained
ed entertained a group of ihenus Saiuday
evening, lue party was in nonur
of her nustiauu wno was celebrat
ing His umnua'y. Guest included
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Lucas, Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Uavis, iVir. anu
Mrs. Kngei ana Mr. and Mrs 11.
miss itfbectM iiupkint of Coral
Uaoita, i.oi.ua, ainvcu oyr pmue
recently .or a visit witn ner
tirouiei anu sislcr-iii-law, Capi
ailu mils, w. j. HopKlils ol mar-
misa Loukins was accompani
ed by Miss JSlouise Testerman of
....a,.. Vibiioi' Will
leiuin to riuridu early tomorruiv
flew Yorker Visiting
Vicner in ranama
iur. nuga ueivaiie of Hartsda'.e.
N.x.. dii.vcu oaiuiuav tor a oiun
visit in r.anama witn ins motner.
jiii. quince ieivaue oi colon,
nv Was accoiiipdiueu by Mr. jat'
ques u. uouifcUiu, alio ot XNeW
mi, iielvalle, her son, his
gueiit anu iur. anu Mrs. Willian
Alien aim meir uaughter ui
x'ort ,Aniauor spent the weekend
at tne Oe.vane iiome ki Curuaauo
Dr. and Mrs. Phillips
Visiting In Ksnama
Dr. and Mrs. Stanton W. Phil Phillips
lips Phillips of Los Angeles are visiting
Panama City wtiile. on a tour
of Central Ameripa.jThe Phillips
have a wide circie ot jriends on
the Isthmus. They are staying at
the Hotel LI Panama Hilton.
Ambassador, Mrs. Moscati
Leave For Rome Tomowwor
Dr. Ricardo Moscati, twho dhas
been thi Ambassador '-oTItaly to
ROBERT E. COLESON
Bon of Mrs. Margaret A. Coleson and
the lata Horaca E. Colaaon. Died
Saturday mornlni November 23;
157. He van 24 year old. Mrs. Coif
son makes her home In Norfolk,
Ambassador, Mrs. Fragoso
Leave To Visit In Brazil
The Ambassador of Brazil in
Panama and Mrs. Aeuinaldo Bou-
lifreau Fragoso left the Isthmus
bv Diane yesteraay tor a vaca
tion with relatives in Rio de Janeiro.
Ambassador, Mrs. Henderson
Fete Scottish Community
The British Ambassador to
Panama and Mrs. Inn Leslie Hen Henderson
derson Henderson gave a dinner party at the
British Embassy Saturday even evening
ing evening for the Scotttish community
to celebrate St. Anarew i iNignt.
A number of Scottish songs
were sung and the Haggies, or
main dish, was ilown irom Scot Scotland
land Scotland especially for the occasion.
Mrs. Darnall Honored v-f1
At Damadida Coffee
Mrs. William Mitchell entertain entertained
ed entertained at coffee Friday morning at
her residence in El Cangrejo. The
party was a despedida for Mrs.
George T. Darnall of Los Rios.
The Darnalls left yesterday by
United Fruit ship; for a holiday
in the United; Staten. .,
St. Luke's Altar build
nans ror Luck suppar
ine, Auar build m the Catho-
dral ol &i. Luxe, wnicn is ceie
orating us join anniversary tins
nionin, wni noiu a pot iuck sup supper
per supper louigm in bishop Morris Hall
at 6 p.m. Members anu tneir nus nus-oaiius
oaiius nus-oaiius are invitedt u attend.
Lvemng prayer win be held
at 7:30, iO.iowea by the showing
oi conaiTuction day pictures witn
Mr. rrea sill as commentator.
Pacific Navy Wives Club
r sponsor nanai it Dane
Tne faciiic Wavy Wives club is
sponsoring .a beneut dance ior the
teiia Viita Girt s Home on Fri-
thetaoi shrd cmfwyp cmfwypCMF
V.KW., Cocoli. Music is to be
lurnished by1 the cotton Pk-Kers.
Tnere will ue aee door prizes and
tne aosentee ticket holder is also
Stores and agencies hi Panama
City and the Canal zone who have
my ana the Canal zone who have
x'ropicanar Kaplan's' Insurance
Agency, the Arts of the Ameri Americas.
cas. Americas. !Atias hardens;!. The Alligator
Farm, Max Fadtor ''" Digttibutor,
ranama Auto ana me Auto JtJano.
Tickets can be purchased irom
any Navy. Wife Club member or
call Mrs. Thelma Terrell (Navy
301V). 4 , ,,
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A SMILING COUPLE always delights the shutterbug. Here we see Mr. Eduardo Valde3 and
his wife Thelma enjoying a day at the : races, j
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' Tonight at o.m the USO-JWB
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" Wing s to South? Afnca." this
showing completes a series j of
urescniauons on Ainca. that nm.
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OSSINING, N. Y., DeeiV?(UP'K
Elmer (Trigger) Burke,1 who was
schooled only an crime before he
was sent to Sing Sing's death
house, has become a bookworm
while awaiting execution tor mur murdering
dering murdering a pal. t
The 39 year-old killer and stick stick-up
up stick-up artist has read so many books.
prison officials said, that he has
begun to complain that the prison
library is inadequate.
Prison authorities would not dis disclose
close disclose just what Burke" has been
reading. He is due to be electro electrocuted
cuted electrocuted Jan. 9.
...imw mniiiiiiflff- 'ChrA-ofmYT -Sim,aXi niiiwnnniwiiiiiMfrminiiniiinnmiiiinMnoiiiiMiifiiiriniiiiin Mtomul
Tuoked away In the streets of old Nei York! Is thi Frarineee
cavern wmcn open ior luncheon now Just as ft was in the .-.
time i of George Washington. Our sightseer wears coordinated M
printed shirtwaist.and quilted skirt in arViian.anri.iv.uii. nih V?
'" w,,cu Hir caae, unppva ary ano worn arain in a -w
lew hoursn-By GAILE DUGAS, NEA Womeo'S Editor.;!. '.
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i ' f,jt I i '-T .': y :
. T,-y--jaiiiiiiiiaiiaawAnrf1fiiiiaiisiasaaaasasiiii niiiiini in i i i r m f'
their 'share' to the. ereat Ameri
can Thanksgivini feast. For rm
unusual salad to be followed by
a light dessert, trv .'this really
exciting combination of Hawaiian
pineapple,. Danish blue cheese and
toasted sesame seed? or chopped
walnuts. It's a medley of flavor,
texture and color contracts.
Da rush Blue Cheese : and
: Golden Pineapple (Serves 4)
Four large slices canned pine pineapple,
apple, pineapple, 1 cup Danish blue cheese,
crumbled; 2 (3 12 ounces); pack packages
ages packages cream cheese,' heavy cream
to moisten (3 to 4 tablespoons):
I head lettuce,' finely1 shredded;.
t-o cup toasiea.' sesame.,., seeus nr
1-4 cup shopped' walnut' meats: :
Drain, chill! cut'manUshYe'itt
in nau. iei cneeses soxtcn
i. ,, , i.,... i iTiiii i 'i ii
add cream gradually until con i.
fency-to from ball j. '.ChiU mix mixture
ture mixture in refrigerator,'; Rinse hands
hi cold water, shape cheese into
balls about one inch in size. Roll
half of them in nut ineati,". co cover,
ver, cover, shill until serving time.,-Arrange
half of lemon or tart French
dressing"' ... -t& p t
Curried pineanole -:with veur7
roast" turkev 11 i cliinii ram
- -. V...
ine. traditional cranberry sauce i
may please your familo.'Varv aim. -J
pie to make: s
Drain can of pineapples cubes, -then
saute lightly uin r butter..
Stir in a leaspoott for more) i. of a-
curry powaer; Mixoweii, and serve
Warm5.-- TOlisnv'witbimeati;'?' .-.i:fl
Of cotirle.n Danish bhu eheese' L
witn truit" andrifuackers vis f-in
tl.l 1 i ... .. l 'iT
awueai uessert ior a neavy meal.
A 2 1
New Interests Can Enliven
Uufl Routine of Marriage
THIS HAPPY QUARTET, Glenda anr Ilarold Migliozzi and Margie 'and Howard Gamer,
find the sport of kings an interesting pastime. k
s aW4 lfiawr
- i V
Nothing will' freshen up a mar
riage that has grown stale like
a few 'new interests that a cou
pie can share.
A husband and wife sometimes
assume they are bored with each
other, when the real truth is that
they are simply bored witn tne
routine life they have been lead
Let a couple start limiting their
outside activities, and marrowing
their friendships down"-to,- a few
couples, and following the easy
rmirs of sittihe before the TV
set evening after evening, and
boredomis sure to move In on
Thetr can"tav vored. assuming
that their marriage has lost all
its sparkle, or they can force them themselves
selves themselves to break their dull routine
and, start going places and doing
Every new. activity, won t be suc successful,
cessful, successful, but if they will just keep
moving along In searchof new
interests they wilt eventually rfJnig
uiemseives enjoying ine agamw .1 w:W
And before they know At the "u,'l
will have a lot tor taJk.abouna
instead, of nothings Before they ,4
1! 1 .1- a. f 1 at J i I
tVtfllt eirill 4TA tVlAfMeelsrAal m at 1i as !'
new friends and enjoying rr4Jieiiir
thev will find thpmsplv maltina
... i .li4
new inenas ana enjoymgrr!tneirr;s,:
compaiiy because the nei;,Iriends --r
shard; the same interests
It ii important fort any uequplei'i
In mAA nu lnclar in Viili. liv.ol'"
." .0VU T4fl."
as ; soon as they drop old 'ones,"-"
and to add new. friends' instead""?'
of seeing their circle : of friends
decrease with the .'yeafs. -l ft.
; The reason so ; many "couplesi"'",
faU' to do those two things' is J'"
because it is so easy not lo' make
the (effort to keep life stimtflatine
a i arut instead of making 'ieonff'i
to get.tiutv.of &tfiVZ-'''
But any time a mnrriage "Begins ""
to seem dull it'eunough to be a'!"'
warning signal to both "husband
and. wife that it is time to liven '.V
things up by Widening iheir5 out ""V
side Interests; ;:'; -.-'..'!-?(.
fj... jv.v. f n
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A TRIO OF RACING FANS and three coli. drinks caught the camera's eye. BPectatori
are pretty Graciela C. de Pinzon, Antonio Pinzori smd'Osvaido ViUarreal. t ,
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SS PANAMA AMEBIC
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW 8 P APEX
jMONDATt' DECEMBER I, 1957 j
Cntaififfi wist W
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"Junior Can ? t
-Th. rnrnll Junior Gun Club
celebrated its-, teatht nnlversary
Saturday with 'a prize shoot anq
suxprl? party C.f Weae
Association in rWashington P.. t,
.....u ,hik w niuh is affiliated.
wtui l4" : .1" ... il
He ''was lso -presented "wun we
Club Cap by lalph -Parfiewho
was the previous .winner for V
year 1955, This silver cup -w J:
cinally 1esented to the -Cofeoli
c.wn'o Association of Mat-
:rchuttTJiere -were various
prizes .or the shoot,; wnicn wc
t2en boy. participated each
nm memento of., c tne
shoot. ' '"!15'' ''4
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Opening leadV 7
West's overcall turned out to
be most expensive. n y,;
t .-rinnhipri: nr anvthine UKe
thai, but ft ftave WUltom .Grieve
bled him to romp home witn
iirf nnpnort "the laCK 01
". nm Hid not like the
dummy. -. Tno3e mc
cards to illowT?u0; tHere'Of
rnnrse thert was'a simple play
i ik. honrf h could draw
trumps, lead a'clui to dummy'fl
his ten spot." Should
Ti-aKt. hol the -lack iof cluos,
r-.r 1 .t
discard one of those spades on
the king of clubs.
" S.S that west would
hold both 'the ace Ji"
clubS'for his overcall and ttuX
the simple play would not wort.
He itiso noted a most compli
cated play to mase uie
gainst that holding and oper operated:
ated: operated: as follows: ,t
Ci (ainnr was led to dum
my's, eight and a low heart was
trumped wittf the tenv Another
diamond t the nine and a
second low heart trumped with
the king. A third trump lead to
" t:...'.j knh rprl aces
cashed. Bill discarded his two
maU spades on the red aces
and iWesttwas in; troume. tie
had Jo hold three'spades; oth otherwise
erwise otherwise BUI would: cash the ace
and king, or, spaaes apo;- ieu
rinh tA dummy's aueen. That
way that third spade In dum dummy
my dummy would be good.
West saw uuk uu t wujf'j
discarded down to the ace and
Jack- of clubs. Now Bill led the
queen of clubs from' dummy.
West went .up with the ace and
led back a spade, but Bill's king
and ten of. lubs were iiow gooa.
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surprise party given by' Mrs. H.
O. Frederick aud Mrs. C. H. Ha
inan. .Refreshments consisted of
a "Plancha" cake, decorated with
crossed guns,; weiner roast and
George JM." Sylvester, the' club
directory donated' all the prizes.
He. was assited by W. T., Bleak Bleak-ley,:
ley,: Bleak-ley,: and- R; D. Parker.v '; a
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Finds 135 Boards
.WASHINGTON'. Dec. 2 fUP)
All but one of vhe nation's 135 top
finance firms have at least one
officer or director associated with
other large firms, according to
the house Small Business Comit-
This was one finding in a 130-
page, study of 'interlocking direc directorates
torates directorates issued by the committee
yesterday.. Described as prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary and purely factural, the re
port contained no conclusions or
recommendations, i ', fi
Of the; 135 companies the study
said 107 shared directors or offi
cers with at. least one other firm
in the group. .Irk -;
. Altogether the finance firms,
such as banks and insurance
companies 'had peuonnel tie-ins
with 1,08 ,bf 1,700 large firms ex examined...
amined... examined... -L-rii- vi;
This larger groiin." the commit
tee said, includes "the principal
users of credit and equity i capi capital"
tal" capital" It said the 135. financial firms
had assets in excess of 168 bil billion
lion billion dollars. '..,,;:,',. V-.
WASHINGTON Dec. 2 f UP)
Rep. George McGovern (DSD)
prediced : todav t hat Russia's
"dramaticV strides" in science
would strengthen sumwrt for i
federal school aid bill next year.
He warned, nnwever. that Con-
gress should not he "stampeded"
into passing legislation which
would provide scientific training
exclusively and neglect other pro professional
fessional professional fields.
McGovern, a freshman member
of the House Education Commit
tee, said on the'ABCrTV program.
"Celebrity Parade", that the
"mounting crisis in Schools" was
America's most pressing uomestic
", lack aotlea far IndutiM la tfcfc
cIuiii abHl4 ..a. kmWl
lypa-writta farm a4 mail4 M
the boa mi mtot lit4 daily to
cial ana Ottarwiaa," Uvt4
V a4 (ha affica, Neticaa af
x' taUahaaa. ;'i-K. vVf'-i '''' ' ;'';---Cathollc
Court No. 874, Catholic Daugh Daughters
ters Daughters of America, will meet touiKt
m thn hah' at the Miracuiomi me
dal Church in New Cristobal im-r
mediately alter novena aervicea
au memebers are asked to at
tend ai" important matters must
Pacific Navy Wlvaa
Meat This Evening
Tne Pacilic Navy Wives will
hoid their semi annual elecuon
of of acers and chairmen at a
meeting planned ior this evening.
Members' and prospecUve mem members
bers members are urged to attend.
Clayton Prciattant Guild
Will Meat Tomerraw
The ; Jp'ort Clayton Protestant
Ladies' Guild, wit meet tomorrow
at aJn.. in. the Chapel Annex.
Kabbi; JVathan Witkin-will, be the
euest sneaker. Hostesses will be
Mrs.? Jack Waltz and Mrs. Alex
ander Weir. ;
Natural History Society
Plana 270th matting
The 270th meeting of the Pana
ma Canal Natural History isociety
willl be held at 8. p.m. Wednesday
at Gorgas Institute in Panama
City. :-r ; -:
ono RellorskaHnt v
Club wiaaja Tnuraaay
The regular monthly meeting
of the Canal Zone Rollerskaung
Club, will be hid Thursday at 7
p.m. in the Baiooa Kouerarome.
4 Sydney Youths
Trapped By Fire
Die In Bushland
SYDNEY. Australia. Dec. 2
(UP)i-A rescue team today found
four Sydney youths who were
burned to death when they were
trapped by bush fires sweeping
through an area near Katoomba
60 miles west of here.
The youths were members of a
Church of Enelahd walking club.
Four fellow members ef the week weekend
end weekend hiking' party reached safety
after a four-hour' ordeal in the:
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"LA 1SLA DE CUBA"
We are -aEARIG all puir Sock
at reductiort of 25 to 50
AMONG OUR BARGAINS
YOU WILL FIND
a French Silks., .4.50
a Italian Silk .......... .3.95
a'Sitk Chiffon ...i .2.95
a Irish 'I Linen -w .1.50,
Raw Silk .2.25
French Cottons .1.35
Liberty Lawn v. 1.35
Mexican Skirts .... . ..7.95
Swiss Embroideries ....2.50
WE HAVE A SPECIAL ON DRAPERY
Remnants 48" wide 0.75 yd.
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OFFICIAL-LIST-!0F THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
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GimnlHi. Pri7.winnin(r Numbers in the' Ordinary Drawinz No. 2021, Sunday, December 1,
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divide in two series
"A" Is "B" of 26 pieces each.
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If one couple has invited an another
other another couple to their home to
watch a sports event oh TV, the
women -shouldn't chatter so
much the, men can't hear what
Is going on. If the women are
more interested in talking than
In the program, they, should go
to another room.
That way bath the men and
the women can enjoy themselves.
In Strike Wake
COLONBO. Cevlon. Dec. 2 fUP
Gov. Gen. Sir' Oliver Goonetil Goonetil-leke
leke Goonetil-leke called out the army and navy
wuay to iaxe over me jobs of city
employes who have been on strike
for several weed's.
The army and navy personnel
took over the vital duties of dis distributing
tributing distributing food, providing transport
and manning Colombo's water-,
works, fire stations and ambu ambulance
lance ambulance services.
Minister of J u s t i r r. p.
Desilva, acting head of govern government,
ment, government, in the absence of Premier
Solomon Bandaranaike warned
that this capital soon would be become,
come, become, uninhabitable if the munici municipal
pal municipal employes, failed to resume
wort. .Health authorities warned
there Was a danger of epidemic if
city sewage pipes should burst.
But the '.mploycs. who walked
out in demands for wage increases
and other benefits, issued a state
ment that they would continue to
strike "unil decisive conclusions
are reached on all demands."
You play and discover
the things you were missing
Afcorai Horn Mod Hamaamf Orgaa
You have only to play the Hammond Organ and all music
takes on new meaning, new color, new feeling. The tone
art truer, richer; the effects so much more varied that you
can play the same piece hundreds of different ways.
As you play, you relax; the cares of the day fade away.
Truly, this kind of music k a wonderful hobby; more, it
brings a lifetime of musical satisfaction for you and your
family. And even if you can't play a note, you can quickly
learn. et us show yan how, and how easily you can owa the
CA.per lint of
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COMPANIA ALFAR0,S A.
29-28 PERU AVE., PANAMA
Approximations Derived From First prize
520.00 1 281
520JO 1 2883
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I 190 KM I 1906 $2.
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sold at: .The 1st In Colon 2nd Panama 3rd In Colon
Priie-wlnning Numbers ef yesterday's Lottery Drawing were.
The Ntae Hundred whole tickets ending i 1 an not Indnd ed In the Ive. Mst wto Fifty Twe Dollars (J5J-00) each.
The whole ticket has 8Z pieces which comprises the twe series "A" and "B"
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SIGNED By:' ALBERTO ALEMAN. GoTernot ef the P rerinee ef Panama-Ced. 47-12155
-. "- : .' The' Representative of 'The Treasury) Jaime de lajQiiardla Jr.
WITNESSES: Reme L. ZappL Cid. 15-2925 -
. t Leonidas Itnrraide Vega, Ced. 47-36105
ALBERTO J. BARSALLO
Notary Pnblie, Panama.
PABLO A. PINEL M.
- ; i Secretary.
i tlektti orrttt thi last etptM sad wtta Cha
MJ 1 1- eipban apeb anhr to th Pint PrUa-
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armrbnatiom ara calenistad an tha Pint Saeond ana Thlrtl PHiat. Ia icaja j
Ttirkat should catr tl rnankan ml aach arixa. tb heldar 1 antttlaS
n tor aaea. . ; r v- '.--.
pRAVII.'G OF THE 3 STRIKES
v.- Sundijr, December 1 1957,-
' Drawinr Naynber 722 V
Second Prize i
Third Prize .
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02-' 1 2.00 40.00
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th fftea a th W.twwl eatteaM tattary Haata aa Qrtial At aa.
. .'Plasi ef. Ordinary Drawinr No. 2022 which wiU take
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"; 1 Pint Prin.'vSrlcs,A and B, af S26.0M.0 aaca aCriai
, 1 SaconS Priza. Sarlaa A and a, af - 7.80041
' 1 Third Prlxa, Sarie A and B, f
. 1 Appraxtatntions, Serial A and S. af
. Prizaa. Scriaa A and B. ef
0 Prizaa. Srias A and B.' af
SO Prizaa, Sanaa A and af 1
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VL30O.OO aaeh sarias
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Prici ofi fifty-iecontJ part y.
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LARGEST FASTEST Packing a speed of at least 600 miles an hour, the Boeing 707 jet stratoliner leaves the mammoth factory In Seattle
for her maiden flight. She is the world's fastest and largest jet airliner and will accommodate 130 paying passengers in addition to the
Ior neLm ; TA. .... no-.--,.., vi ,ar,a i.UnnA n Th mmmnv ha! orders for-151 707s Irom 13 world airlines.
Crew. faSSenKcls Will juua. uut. mimvnc. v iv - , j
' BQSS OF THE WATERFRONT Getting in the mood for his role fa a, new film,-
movie "tough guy" James Cagney surveys the Manhattan skyline pod Manhattan. ,
. .. Vi i.i Lii vtn ...ill nnrlfiir a "M Vm! waterfront boss. i
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IT'S A 9 REEL SCHOOL
WALT DISNEY has come Op with a new version of the "little red schoolhouse.",'- v:
It migHt be called the "little red schoolhouse trailer." In Burbank, Calif., :
20 pupils employed by Disney studios go to school in the trailer, .which contains 4 j k
may attend class at any one time. Seven Of the youngsters in this very xclus
sive school are under annual contract' to the studio as ."Mouseketeers" ofrTY.''J
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' EYE EYE SIR Jewelled lizards as part of the frafme .
are featured in these eye-catching eye .glasses x',
displayed'at a fashion show in Stuttgart, Germany.-
HER GRACE Carol Baker of Fresno, Calif., floats with effortless grace above j t: t ffZi
t, the skating rink at Sun Valley, Id., where there is Ice skating the year rouna. j
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British Agricultural Research Council field station t Compion, jjencsnire, tng- 1. 1- York' Coliseurrt Ravmond
: f.-ii k it rAM r. t t food mnuminated by fall-out ;? e Atom Fair la .New York s comeuia tuymona
' ; from nuclear test txplosIona-JWorkeri. are checking air aampling quipmenL ...Durante u explaining
the fine points to Kathrxn
On the sludio lot, pupils are waiting for the "bell to ring" at their school. r
ull, fy St xVfi fri ifljil?
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, Members of theWlckey Mouse club show are working out problems ,ir class.
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thoughts of school ore behind tham cs Ihey do their stint on the TV prosrom.
King Feature Syailata .. .
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN rNDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
' IT: PAYS TO 'ADVERTISE This billboard In downtown Milwaukee.. carries the latent,
. and perhaps last, message in the romance of Robert Brachman, 33, and Arlene Hale, 27. Bi'ach-
, man started the billboard -romance last spring after the eouplejiad a spat. .The board carried
i a series of friendly messages. They must have worked because the couple plana to be married In .ir
, the near future. -' ',; , -
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British Scientists, Engineers Lead
In Building Atomic Power Station
" r By SIB CLAUDE D. GIBB,
i r (Chairman of the Nuclear rower Plant Co. Ltd.)
LONDON, Dec. t (BIS) Engineers, so frequently having achieved something worthy
rt being told to -the world, become so Jmmersed -In problems arising out of their initial achieve-
went that they have neither the time nor the desire to shout from the house tops. Thax
British scientists and engineers Jbave demonstrated by their work ih the Nuclear field that they
do not lag behind any nation is however, an indisputable fact, and British industry is ready
and in fact eager to maintain that lead and even increase it. ' '
The creation of the Atomic Energy Research Establishment at. Harwell was the first step,
and no tribute great enough can be paid to Sir .John Cockcroft and his staff Jor the magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent work they have done, and are doing, at Harwell. Initially, their problem was to establish
the fundamentals o( nuclear physics and to accumulate data which had been available in the
USA and which now had to be re-established as a firm basis for British developments. This
they did in an extraordinarily short time. 1 A ,
Nex came the creation at Rislcy of the Engineering Division (now called the Industrial
Groin of the United Kingdon Atomic Energy Authority) and, (as always in British history in
times of crisis one man has risen above his fellows and become the Man of the' Hour,
' : It is no exaggeration to say that just as Winston Churchill became the Man of the Hour
in 1940 so also did Christopher Hinton become the Man of the Hour in the creation of Risley.
Vttint&n fnhlr with him to Risley er loses his temper conveys an .an'd effectiveness which is" essen
.," . . i .it. . z : 1 : j ii :
his life-long friend anaconqague,
Leonard Owen, and between them
they attracted : around themselves
a group1 of engineers and scien scientists
tists scientists -who, .in enthusiasm, 'abilr4"
and effectivenes the hk has ney ney-er
er ney-er been seen befoie anywhere in
the' world r -t
4tieasleof hlslcy was to apply
thfr fundamental knowledge gain gained
ed gained at Harwell, ind the trio of Cock-
.ff TJinlnn onrt Onrpn i DV temr
peramei'and. nature W widelfT thiThation sa whol. r.
dilterenc irom eatu uuici
given Britain a world lead which
is exemplified by Bradwell and the
other nuclear power stations, w
building or about to build inBrit-
As a friend of many year of
this trio, -it has been fascmatg
to bo associated with them and to
observe the way in which those
h uirfpiv different men achiev
"ed so much with relatively so little
upon wuch'to worx.
f rncVnroft. the true research
tunrlrai- Sppkin? no thill 2 but tO
widen fundamental knowledge and
having no great interest in the con
crete, steelwork and ironmongery
. which Hinton and Owen had to
create out of; that fundamental
Hihtonr the brilliant engineet so
thoroughly trained tn tne junaa
msnisis fif aoDlied science. : pos
sessint an imoatienct, a "fire in
'the belly an almost vlsionaty s
picture of what was nd what was
not possible engineering wise,
mho rirdve himself and his staff at
a pace Ithat almost brought about
his 0rB'DreKa('wn "na ""S"1 weu
have' brought about the breakdown
of many of his staff had it not been
for the j"cushion", that existed
W. L Owen.
u W. li as he' ii affectionaltely
ealled, never get disturbed nev-
impression of placiriness that is en
tirely false, because he. can be,
and often is, completely'ruthless.
He cushioned tho fire of Hinton
and yet never allowed any devia-3
tion irom rigid and tignt program programmes
mes programmes of timing for the execution
of the many brilliant engineering
designs and structures which have
been accomplished hi Britain' in
the nuclear field, t ;
, It will probacy ct many ynars.
Frbih 2 HigtrPosls
1 RttjRRADE.' Yucoylavia,' Dec. 2
rIIP Yueoslav President Tito
may be planning to step down
from his posts of Premier and
Communist party secretary to con
centrate on top-level diplomacy on
both sides of the Iron Curtain, m-
formed sources raid today.
Tito conferred with his two top
ides; Vice Presidents Edvard
KardeU and Aleksander Rankovic,
. at hi villa on the Adriatic island
of iBrioni today. -. . -.
' No "announcement was made on
the nature of ihn talks but in informed
formed informed sources believed they cov covered
ered covered a possible re-ahuffle of high
government posts.' ?
. Under tucb a rt-organization;
much rumored her but never of officially
ficially officially confirmed or denied, Tito
would retain his rest as President
but, would delegate the.premier-
' ship to Kardelj and his Commun Communist
ist Communist party leadershio to Rankovic.
The change would take many
v administrative burdens from the
65-year-old Tito, whu is ill with
' lumbagCA and liver ailments. But
it would leve nim at the ton of
, the systera',"to' med'ate and intervene-in
any internal dispute," the
With the easin? of his-aliiT-istrative
load; Tito vwild b free
to pursue his oft-Utd o'-'ce.ive
of tcting as a .'hndjzc."bcween
E-v and West, informed sources
cognises the great aehitvements.
or those 3 m3n in the nadear.
field. Alt three hive received
honors and all three have been
knighted as. some tokn ef re recognition
cognition recognition by the nation. But It
will be In Industrial history that
they receive full recognition.
. Britain, once a great exnorter
of coal, has now to import spe special
cial special coals, and tlte once Important
British asset of cod to spare can
be and is being replaced by the
industrial application of the pion
erring worK or what is now the
United Kingdom Atomic Energy
" The UKAEA provided trairjing
facilities for British industry, and
industry was not slow in seizing
the opportunities -provided.
That training has been given a
firm footing by experience in the
construction and operation of
the now world-famous Calder Hall.
So successful has been. Calder Hall
that it is the envy of the world.
Some nations are so envious that
they damn it with faint praise. It
has been called the "Model T,"
but of course it was the Model T
Ford which shook the very foun foundations
dations foundations of the automobile world
and made possible motorine for
those : with only a limited depth
it is always much easier in en engineering
gineering engineering to design ; the second
and third of a revolutionary new
engineering project once somes.
body else has laced and solved
the problems' of designing : and
building the first one, ?
And British industry has had an
incalculable advantage in design
ing their nuclear power stations
alter having had access to all the
brilliant thinking that went into the
creation of Calder: Hall, t
Bradwell ha great advance on
Calder Hall, and so it should be.
The nuclear power stations to
follow (Bradwell will be great
advances upon Bradwtll, and
each successive station is built and
its operating experiences incorpor incorporated
ated incorporated into new designs, so will nu nuclear
clear nuclear power stalionr take their
place as substitute for coal or
oil, and make a major contribu contribution
tion contribution to improving living standards.
Whilst the need for Britain to
develop industrial nuclear power is
greater than probably any other
nation in the world, yet there are
many other countries where 'their
traditional fuels or sources of pow power
er power are not keeping pace with their
growing demand for electricity,
and those countries will look to
Britain for help in increasing their
own electricity supplies. ;
Tho anility of British industry
to meet that taming demand will
Ira largely dependent on tho evi
. eilability of technical staff of thai
calibre essential to deal with ueh
a complex prelect as a complete
nvclear power station.
From a long and quite wide en engineering
gineering engineering experience. I can say
with absolute certainty that there
is no mijor engineering project
known to man which Calls for such
close coordination of so many
branches of science and engineer engineering
ing engineering as. does a nucltar power sta-
Only by having specialist scien scien-(is's,
(is's, scien-(is's, engineers, meiallurgits, work working
ing working together as a team and upder
one roof. will it be possible to de!
sien and construct nuclear power
stations with the efficiency, speed
tial if Britain is to maintain her
home and overseas1 nuclear prp prp-gramme.
gramme. prp-gramme. "'. r. --.
The fact that technical staffs are
concentrated into a small number-
of groups by no me&ns means that
productive capacity similarly is
The spread 1 of manufacturing
capacity in a nuclear, power sta station
tion station is at least 'as wide as f and
probably much wider than is the
case with a coal-or jffil-fire power
, To the building' of Bradwell Nu Nuclear'
clear' Nuclear' Power Station- alone some something,
thing, something, like 1000 firms will contri contribute.
bute. contribute. ' ,.v-:. '! Vi..."
11 -Day Brush Fire
Hear Los Atigeles
i AZUSA, Calif., Dec. 2 (UP1
Determined firefieh tens today
fought to control a stubborn
11-day-old brush and timber
fire which had blackened 25,-
f200 acres In mountains about
20 miles northeast of down'
town Los Angeles
Tired fire crews carved a
"temporary line" around the
remaining hot spot in Bear
Creek Canyon last night, More
than 600 men still were on tne
lines.- -. ; ,-.. :
Angeles National Forest offi
cials said winds were down but
humidity was still low?1? and
there still was extremely high
fire danger In the" mountain
.The fire broke out when wind
overturned an outdoor stove of
a road crew. Flames, driven by
Kale-force winds, sco rcnea
thousands of acres, causing an
estimated 25 mil) ton dollars
damage to valuable watershed
' Firefighters brought the blaze
under control Thanksgiving
Day after dining on turkey on
the flrelines. only to have high
winds whip the fire out of con
trol m a new ooo-acre section.
"Hot shot" crews were car
ried by helicopters Into remote,
rugged San Gabriel mountain
areas over the weekend to fight
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Bedford Dormobile Caravan being manufactured in-England.
The vehicle features a hinged roof, shown closed in top photo,
which opens (bolm) to provide headroom of 6 feet, 11 inches.
All-around curtains provide privacy when the family stops for
the night." Equipped with a gas. stove, closets, movable rear
seats and storage space in the rear doors, the vehicle can
accommodate four people and has sleeping" space for two.
; WASHINGTON,. Dec. 2-(UP)
-Sen. William F. Knowland said
today he hopes to win both the
Republican and 'Democratic gu gubernatorial
bernatorial gubernatorial nominations in Cali California
fornia California next year but does jnot
plan an all-out campaign for the
' The Senate Republican leader,
who Is eivine un his seat next
year to seek the governorship,
said he plans to enter both pri
maries next June ? unaer Cali California's
fornia's California's unique cross-filing law.
This- permits "candidates to file
for nominations of both parties.
Knowland also told reporters
that President Elsenhower's lat latest
est latest Illness makes it more imporr
tant than ever for Congress to
spell out when the vice presi president
dent president should take over in case of
presidential disability. ".
, He added ne -did' not believe
Eisenhower would stay lnof f ice
unless he felt certain he was ca capable
pable capable of carrying out the bur burdens
dens burdens of office.
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Form Holds Up In Thi
M Kfiuna lit vi mo vi u t iron w ournamenr
Only Choices To Encounter
Difficulty; Semifinals Next
! Hie third round matches in the Mido Multifort
watch; tournament "were completed yesterday at the
Brazos Brook Country Club. ,
The teams which were favored to win came
through wfth little difficulty with tme exception
and that was the Owen-Morland combination which
foi the third time in this tournament, squeezed in by
onf hole. v
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the had to go 27 holes and yes-
tarrtav it aealn lOOKta line extra
holef evin defeat when Owen
Ohly 16 Perfect
GriiTeams In 57
NIW.VORK, Dec. 2 (UP) -On
ly ifc college football teams com
pleted the 1957 season unbeaten
and i untied.
Arizona Tempe State emerged as
the pighest-scoring member of the
perfect record ranks when it clos closed
ed closed ut its campaign with a 47-7
victory over Arizona Saturday
. night. The Sun Devils rolled up
396 points m posting 10 straight
Aifburn, Middle Tennessee and
Pittsburgh; Kan: also would up
with' 10-0 records. Auburn, ineligi ineligible
ble ineligible lor a bowl bid, blanked Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, 40-0, in its season finale
while Middle Tennessee downed
Tennessee Tech, 22-0.
The remaining 13 unteaten-un-tted
teams had completed their
Jamestown N. D. emerged as
the only unbeaten, untied and un un-v
v un-v scored upon team totaling 104
points in six games.
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Hause-Cave Brown over Allen-Duncan,
S and 2.
Meehan-Hoverson over Fran Fran-cey
cey Fran-cey sr.-Francey Jr., 5 and 4.
Galindo-Mlddlemas over john-son-Melslnger,
3 and 2.
The semifinal matches, which
will be Dlaved this comine week
end, and pairings are as fol
Hause-Brown vs. Meehan-Hov-erson.
Owen-Morland vs, Gallndo Gallndo-Middlemas.
Middlemas. Gallndo-Middlemas. Sporting News Picks
John Crow As Best
College Grid Player
ST T.OTTIS. Dec. (UP) Half
back John Crow of Texas A and
M. today was named the outstana outstana-inc
inc outstana-inc colleee football player tif 1957
by The Sporting News.
Crow "rocked 'em on offense
and socked 'em on defense," the
national sports weekly said in de describing
scribing describing the 217-pound Springhill,
burled the Soortine News'
all-America team which, also m-j
eluded backs Clendon Thomas,
Oklahoma; Walt Kowalczyk,' Mich Michigan
igan Michigan State, and Bobby Anderson,
Artv center Don SteDhenson,
Georgia Tech; guards Al Ecuyer,
Notre Dame, and Bill Knsher,
Oklahoma; tackles Alex Karras,
Iowa, and Lou Micnaeis, AeniutRy
and ends Jim Gibbons, Iowa, and
Jimmy Phillips, Auburn.
Crow received 74 ballots for the
:,)!. ;h,,i swarH rnmoared with
I11UV1M " 1 ,
36 for his nearest competitors,
Karras and Kowalczyk.
Crow was the first Southwest
Conference player selected for the
honor since Doak Walker of South Southern
ern Southern Methodist in 1948. Tommy
McDonald of Oklahoma won it last
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COOKM TODAY I
THE SPIRIT OF
Mamie Vaa Doren
Noef Gibson Elected
Prexy Of Atlantic
NOEL Gibson Sports eG9...
Noel Gibson Sr. has been
elected to the presidency of
the Atlantic Teenage Baseball
League for the 1958 season.
Mrs. S. Karpinskl was reelect reelected
ed reelected vice-president.
Bob Walnio Is the new secretary-treasurer
Detore will again serve as the
The C.P.O. team will not be
an entry this season owinjr to
the deactivation of Coco Solo
as a Navy base.
Gil Morland has promised to1
sponsor a team to fill the gap
AJI 4U bha a at aw ft 111 h
"and manager will be announc
ed by him at a alter a ate.
PACIFIC LITTLI LEAGUE
Tonight at the board room in
the AaminiSLrauon jbuuuing at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heignts, tweive managers of
tne Paciuc Little League organi organization
zation organization supported by tneir coacnes
will select their rosters for tne
coming Littie League season.
For three successive Saturdays,
several hunared youngsters hve
displayed their bail piaying tal talents
ents talents Deiore the experts, and to to-niont
niont to-niont tnssp twelve manaeers will
evaluate these talems. True to Lit
tle League ireguiations, none of
the boys will know the "price"
the manaeers Did for their servic
es. But in the next day or so, all
me ooys win iuuw w tyi.
squads they are assigned.
The player auction will be con conducted
ducted conducted by Ihe player agent, Earl
Sears. Aiter the Littie League
manaeers have made their selec
tions, the Farm or Minor league
will take over. Kach larm team
is associated witn a parent team
in the little League.
Cvrnos. whbse manager is new
comer Roy Wilson, is affiliated
with Lincoln Lite.
Police Juniors will retain Ed
Husum. Their parent club won
the Pacific Little League cnam
Tester Hummel will try to re
peat winning tne crown wiui mu
tual Oi Omaha, which is connect
ed With the Elks.
Jim Bowen's Kiwis are joined
with the Spur Cola. Charlie Bel
den. the oldest manager in term
of service.' will lead the Lifesav-
ers, whose partners are the Gi
braltar Life members.
Seymour Juniors willl be guided
..... IT 1 J 1
Dy win spencer, ne wrKus aiuug
with the Seymour, Agency team
in th T.ittU T90I1O Rill siiDer-
vised and did lot of the actual
work on the new field for the
The farm league season will o o-pen
pen o-pen one week later than, the little
league, in order for the farm
teams to work into their organi organization,
zation, organization, players that the parent
club niay release.
STEINER'S SCORE LONGEST
CHICAGO (UP) The longest
scoring play produced by a (Big
Ten team during the 1957 football
season was Ron Sterner 'I 94 yard
run with an intercepted pass for
Wisconsin against West Virginia.
sa today :;s
He makes the blackboard
jungle jump lor joy I
t5. : m
with oh lfayB
...at his funniest ever
Globe Trotter Upset
Five Lading averages Toland
192, Cofiey, Balcer, Almeda 190,
Carte vieja 3
Cardoie Evinrude 1
The Carta Vieja Yankee Rum
Runners unleashed a terrific as
sault on the maple pins at Diablo
Friday Night. Their attack in tne
second game was so strong that
they set a new high game total
of 866 lor the season, which to
tal meant that the team averaged
216 per men.
For. the series, which was also
tops for 'the season, the carta Vie Vieja
ja Vieja averaged 202. Despite this su
perlative kegling they had their
hands lull with the Cardoze Lin-
do -Evinrudes. The Kum Runners
won the first by ten pins and
in the departing game, the Evm-
rude Motors won by 24 pins.
It was Evinrudes misfortune to
run into the Carta Vieja when
they were potent, because the E
vinrude outscored every one in
the league except Carta Vieja
Rollie Uliechman came up with
619 but pincS roiling ior ailinK
Chuck Almeda. Gniadek took the
honors with 627. Evinrude's Ed
Kunkel was top for his quartet
- i94 197
Seymour Agency 1 Austin Cars 1
Seymour Insurance agents are
still deadlocked for first place.
The agents won a close one in the
lid litter by four pins, lost the
second to Austin by 20, but came
back strong to take the finale.
No one was outstanding for the
Seymours, and it was more of a
Consistent scoring by all, is
paying off dividends in the win
column. This is best demonstrat demonstrated
ed demonstrated in the fact that Austin had
two men over 6000 and Seymour
none, but Seymours spread was
between 524 and 598, wheras Aus
tin span was 440 to 609. Samanie-
go and Best had the 600, and Ri Richardson
chardson Richardson .598.
Richardson 186 199 213 598
Bowers 180 189 191 560
Nunes 166 183 225 574
Cascio 159 195 170 524
Totals 691 766 799 2256
Pahl 165 187 190 542
Thomas 123 168 149 440
Samaniego 208 219 176 603
Best 191 212 206 609
Totals 687 T86 721 2194
Agewoed I El Panama Hilton 1
Last year champs. Aiewood
snapped out of their losing ways
and gained on their neighbors, Aus Austin
tin Austin cars, with Bud Balcer lead leading
ing leading the way with an even 600, the
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Agewoodi broke into the win col column
umn column after two weeks of ltmine.
Bud got good help from Ves Ves-cio's
cio's Ves-cio's 504. for the losing Panama
Hiltons, Bill Coffey was the best
with 595. This week's defeat was
costly to the hotel keepers in their
struggle to stay in contention for
Next Friday night, the last
year's champions will be honored
with their Spansor's night. Many
executives of the National Distelle Distelle-ry
ry Distelle-ry have been invited to the festi festivities.
vities. festivities. Perhaps the boys will
climb out of the basement in hon honor
or honor of their sponsor.
719 694 707 2120
733 665 748 2146
Tonight at 7 o'clock a select
group from the Classic League
will match bowing talents against
a select group lrom Aibrook Air
Force Base, on the latter's home
The classic league will be re represented
presented represented by Coffey, Balcer, Best,
Soyster Rudy, Gleichman, Lane,
Bowers, Lowande and Boyer. For
Aibrook it Is expected that Cas
cio, Nunes, Pahl, R.chardon, Su Su-livan
livan Su-livan are to take part of the Ai Aibrook
brook Aibrook Roster.
It cannot be said that either of
the squads are the best or the
all-stars for their leagues, but it
can ba said, that each group, ;t is
a good cross section of the better
than average bowlers. Apparently
the big question tg be settled is
whether the Classic League Bowl Bowlers
ers Bowlers can perform equally as. well
on the Aibrook board as at Dia
blo. Many claim that Aibrook
lanes are much tougher to scor
Navy 14. Atmv 0
Holy Cross 14; Boston College 0-
Georgia 1 Georiia Tech o
Tennessee 20, Vanderbilt 6
Virginia 20. North Carolina is
South Carolina 26, Wake Forest 7
Clemson 45, Furman 6
Mississippi St 7. ALssissinni T
Auburn 40. Alabama 0
Louisiana St 25. Tulane 6.
Florida 14. Miami (Fla.l 0
Florida St. 21: Tamna 7
Tulsa 24, Wichita 0
Notre Dame 40. Southern Cabfnr-
Rice 20, Baylor 0
Texas Christian 21, Southern Meth-
Oklahoma 53, Oklahoma St 6
Southern 18, Prairie View 13
Arizona (Tempe) St. 47. Arizona
Colorado St tT 20;. Air Force Aca Academy
demy Academy 20 -l ;;
.i We thank you very much for your
cooperation during this emergency.
With your help we might avoid hav-
ing any more blackout periods.
v Please save electricity from 9 a m,
to 10 p.m. and very especially from
6 p.m. to 10 pm,
Globe Trotter, a rank outsider
in the featured Colon Junior
Chamber of commerce Handi
cap, raced a smashing upset
post-to-pojst victory over a field
of sixth series imported thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds in the $400 seven fur furlong
long furlong event yesterday at the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack.
Alert jockey Amado Credldlo
got Globe Trotter off on top and
kept his mount slitrhtly ahead of
Blue sky to the homestretch
where he asserted himself and
drew out to score" by three
lengths. Blue Sky held on to
barely outlast Dlstingo by a neck
for the show while mutuels fa fa-forite
forite fa-forite Zumar came ud for a be
lated effort to wind .up fourth,
three-quarters of a length back.
Elko, Destello and Salero trailed
in that order.
Native thoroughbred Destello,
fresh from two impressive victo
ries, failed dismally against the
tougher competition and wound
up next to last. He was the sec second
ond second choice In the betting.
The fortunate ticket hplders
on Globe Trotter collected $63.20
per win ducat and the even mere
lucky ones who had the winning
one-two combination formed by
Globe Trotter and Blue Sky were
$634.60 richer after the race.
Mikel, which returned $17 40
to win, was another rtiild long long-shot
shot long-shot winner.1 In the other races,
form stood and the favorites
dominated the Card.
Consistent little Braulio Bae Bae-za
za Bae-za established a new record
for victories in one semester
when' he erased the mark set
by Ruben Vasquez in the first
semester. Baeza chalked up
four victories to reach a total
of 90 with almost a month left.'
Vasquez' record was 89 win winners,
ners, winners, i
. Baeza scored aboard Comatose
in the secondary attractior
Carmelita In the eighth race, El
Pequefio in the fourth race and
Mayrita in the third. ,. His Only
other mounts were Kalulu,
which was second In the fifth
race, and Golden Corn II which
wound up last in a four horse
field in the seventh.
The dividends"- v;-i;
trDon Darrt $5, $2.60: $2.60:-Miss
Miss $2.60:-Miss Patience $2.80.
V SECOND RACE
lpMikel $17.60, $6.20. Sv
2 Coral $4.40; '
. Firat Double: $83.40
! THIRD RACE i
1- yvfayrlta $4.20, $2.80.
2 Bugaba $4.60.
1 El Pequeno $3.20, $2.40.
2 Golden Bound $3.20.
nvfa race vk t
1 Pancho Lopez $10.40, $2.40.
2rKalalu $2.20 v
1 Plcararo $7.40, $4.20.
2 Panzaretta $5,40.
1 Batallon $4.20, $2.40.
2 Sera Bueno $2.40.
Second Double:" $19.60
1 Carmelita $4.20, $3.60.
2 Pichoto $6.
Quiniela: $17.40 t
V - .. z
1 Globe Trotter $63.20, $13.80.
2 Blue Sky $9.20.
1 Comatose $9410, $5
2-Kadir'$3.40, f : r
to be forgiven
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Cditori CONRADO 8ARGEANf?:
'Pleased' Manager Kellman
Puffs Etra Large Cigar
' By J. J. HARRISON JR.
Cerveza Balboa catcher-manager Leon Kellmatf puffed con- f
tentedly on ah extra fat ciar today as he admitted that he wa J
"more than pleased" with his team's showing during Us 7-2 con- (
queat of Chesterfield in the 1957-58 season opener at the Olympiad
Stadium last night. : j x
And Kellman had sood reason
to be satisfied. His squad looked
like the defending: champions
they are as .they racked up 12 hitsi
whicn included a trlole and
two doubels off smoker starter
and loser Alberto Qsorio, Leon Leonardo
ardo Leonardo Ferguson and Jim DePalo,
behind the' wild but effective
hurling of Winston Brown- who
went all the way for the win winners.
ners. winners. ,s v...
Brown, who twirled k six-hitter
but gave up ten walks, was
well supported afield, particu particularly
larly particularly by impressive newcomer
Bill Shields who made some
spectacular defensive plays in
The fleet flyhawk was also
the leading hitter of the night
with two l singles and a triple.
Many thought he had complet completed
ed completed a perfect, night at the plate
when, he was called out on a close
play his last time at bat.
The Beermen scored single
runs in the first and second
frames and sewed up the contest
in the fourth witn a four-run
rally that Was featured by
The lasf 'hig'' football "Saturday
is over and the post season bowl
picture is much dearer.
JSivjf:beat Army, 14, and .im .immediately
mediately .immediately accepted avoid to play
in the iDallas Cotton Bowl. The
Middies will face Rice which de-
feated i Baylorv?- 20 to win the
Southwest conference title ana
the automatic Cotton Bowl- bid,
Tennessee beat Vanderbilt. 20-to
6, and then said yes to an offer
to play in the Gator Bowl. The
Texas Longhorns agreed to play
the Rebels at TJew Orleans. Two
other Major Bowls were filled
earlier Oregon against Ohio State
in me rvose iduwi iuu wum -gainst
Oklahoma in the 4 Orange
Mississippi played seven to to-seven
seven to-seven tie -with Mississippi State
and' then accepted an invitation
to the Suear Bowl in New Or
leans. Its rival will be Texas. .
runner-up in the Southwest Confer
Another Southwest 'Conference
team. .Texas A-and-M. . .will
provide the opposition for Tennes
see m the Gator Bowl at Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Florida. Tennessee rallied
to defeat Vanderbilt 20-to-six to-
OtW" post season classics Will
pit Ohio State against Oregon in
the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Cal California.
ifornia. California. .Oklahoma against puke
in the Orange Bowl at Miami,
Florida. .and Louisville against
Drake in the Sun Bowl at El Par
so, Texas. All the major tilts,
except the Dec. 28 Gator .Bowl.
. .will be pla-yed New dear's Day.
for the inconveniences
Clarence Moore's doubly and
Shields' three-bagger. Their fi- 'v
naL Insurance run came in tha
eighth. w...'' -,.;,,-... vj
The Smokers,, who missed sev-,.:
eral scoring opportunities-when
they left 15 men on the bases,
picked- up their first tally in the
third and their only other mark-
er iriithe eighth.
, Chesterfield outfielder Rod-
man wunez was taxen out or ine ;
game la the fourth after he suf
fered a painful twist of the right
ankle in a slide at third base.
The ankle was badly swollen
When ne hobbled off the field ?
Smoker ace right hander Hum t
beito Robinson waa not' 'n uni- V;
form last night because of a re?
ported) salary dispute with his
club's front office. The slim side
armer has' refused to? sign th
contract offered him.
Kellman took off for' Colon
Stadium Wn morning to nut
his team through a workout.
Not even Brown, who 'begged
off, froni today's practice aft- 1
er the game last night,, was;
given the day off by the dep dep-termined
termined dep-termined skipper who is seek seek-Ing
Ing seek-Ing his fourth pennant as a
Pro League, manager,
Today is open date In the loop.
The Carta' Vieja Yankees make
their season debut tomorrow
night in a game with the Reer.
men at the stadium. Jerry Davis u
for the Yanks and Carlos
Thome for Balboa, have been
announced as pitchers.., 1 '
:, .Game time Is 8 o'clock. ' r
Hf tS$ -tl-t,
The Fort Kobbe squad nd the
team from C Battery v 764th AAA
Bn., Fort-Clayton copped two. out
of three aets from their respec
tive opponents Tuesday night at
the Balboa YMCA-USO, to remain
unbeaten in the current Inter-Base
- The Fort Kobbet earn turned
hack,: A Battery, 764lh AAA Bn.,
t ort. Guiick 10-15, 15-8 and 15-10.
C Battery copped two out of
threes setsr from itheSFort Clayton
Engineers team. 16-14, 12-15, and
A playoff match for the cham
pionship between Fort Kobbe and
C (Battery is set for Dec. 3 at
7:30 at the Balboa YMCA-USO..
The YMCA-USO is attemting to
plan a game between a Panama
City All-Star tearaand a service
All-Star team for-some time in
the near future. -Ti'ne anq.-plaee
of the game will be announced at
C Btry, 764th AAA Bn.
A Btrv. 764th AAA Bn.
Ft. Clayton Eng.
62nd MRU, Amador
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I iW. JnteTclass swimmlnf meets
' for the Balboa Junior-Senior Highs
went pretty mucn according i
ink an 4ha aeninra WOI1 t h
A meet, the frosh the B. and the
7th jradatne u au ; new
i.iiihI inri4 um rutablisn-
ed, with 6 of them cqmlng In the
u League meei aionc
With all but 2 events completed
In the A League meei we u
muni war hoirirH for a atun
in nnt win a thev lead the
i:.u ...ifk jn nnln fn tn aenior
27. At thlt point Larry Siegel and
T Dirt.o ant Vnto th act IOT
the upperclassmen. and they were
too mucn wr ing uyu
picked up 26 pointa in the final 2
. ...kit. th inth eraders
event wni -"r Jf r j
ur held td S Dointk. Rolando
Chania of the junitir cla" wa,a
h. Aniv Hmihlfi winner in this
i V. innV hntll the 40 me
ter freestyle and the 40 meter
In the B League competition the
freshmeft went to the front in the
first event and were never jreally
In serious trouble from that torn
on. Mike Kuage was wo u.k;
..... tnr. th frniih. nicking up 3
first places 2 of which were new
reeords. He won we ouumi, ...
record time of 27.8 and then the
80.' meter freestyle in 53.9 Rudge
aot his second recora ana imra
f I. h an mir medley
with a time of 1:04 8. Rudge, was
the only person to wm moie wu
-r i. th r laffiio meet
ao close was the individual com-
Tom Ebdon and Martin Homes
shared the honors in the C
League meet as they set 2 rec records
ords records each, and Holmes got part
of a third one as member of a
relay team. The outcome of the
meet was somewhat of an upset
as the 7th grade pulled our the
victory over the favored 8th grad grad-ers.
ers. grad-ers. Even the 9th grade got into
the upset act for thf y also polled
iri ahead of the 8th with the 3
man team doing the damge.
vUah'i nrH rum in the
40 meter freestyle in 25.4 atjd the-
40 breaststroice in J4.a. noma bi
his in the 80 freestyle with a 57.0
time and 80 medley in 1:11.1. HiS
teammates in the 160 relay rec record
ord record 'were Will Arey, Sam Witkin,
and Grath Feeney as they Splash Splashed
ed Splashed home in 1:49.97.
Only our games were played
Only four games were played
in the short week of play, but e e-ven
ven e-ven these clev'y indicated that
the Globe Trotters and the Cel Celtics
tics Celtics are going to be the teams to
beat, while' the X)ons, Coyotes,
and Caterpillars have the capaci
ty to upset the leaders on any
given day. .....
Steve McDanlel's Reavers are
jtill Tiaving great trouble In find-Idol wai 'the most effective; for
'; U. ranffa with Dick NeSS be-
' "w f "o" VY
ing the oniy piayer oio vo .cgre
with any regularity. His T points,
however, were no match for the
18 that John Mortis poured Into
the nets as he paced his Trotters
to a 24-1S wipver the Beavers,
v Archie Cai-roH'w Celtics ( kept
pace wfth the Trotters by Win Winning
ning Winning their game 29-18 from the
Dons. The Dons' lead at half time
li to 9 Dut the play of Ralph Ble-
vim. Bob Ratheeber, Duneim
Brown, and Burt Donaldson
couldn't keep up with the Celtics
in the second half. Don Rogers
and Jim Price did most or me
scoring in the second half aa the
rviiin went on to win. but they
got nice aupport from Carroll, Cur
tis schwarzrocic ana boo ienaoq.
Woody French's Coyotes got in
to hieh eear risht from the very
first iumn ball and they made it
oretty roueh on the Pistons as
they shellacked them 28 to 13.
French.. Lewis rrencn, ana Jim
Freeman did most c-f the scoring
?for the Coyotes as they ran their
16-4 halftime lead into the win.
The Caterpillars gave, notice that
weren't to be counted out of this
run for the ton spot when they
pasted the Eagles 32-20. Jack
Woods' team of tractor men look looked
ed looked greatly improved and showed
some of the best team scoring
power seen thua far.
Frank Baggott and Mike Kelly
each slipped in 8 points to, take
scoring honors for the Caterpillars,
but not far behind were Woods
and Kit Price with C each. Dtck
Morris got hot as a dime store
pistol in the second half and ev every
ery every time he tossed' the ball in the
air it went in the basket. Al Although
though Although his team lost. Morris was
the top scorer of the game with
Team W L
Globe Trotters 3 0
The Bruins, Chiefs, and t h e
Cats all stayed undefeated during
the short week and along with
the Dukes who have lost once,
they are prepared to make a
real race of the competition for
The Bruins knocked off the
Warriors 31-17 for their- third
straight "win as 'Jack, DeVore, and
Bill Engelke combined' with too
much scoring power for the War-
rios to stop. Engelke scored 20.
and DeVore T to put the game
out of) react lot jth? Warriors. Ed
the losers uid if they can give
him some support this gang
might knock off some of the front
Lou Lombano's Cats look like
the best all around team in the
league right now. "They polished
off the Must an rs ot Torn reran.
tie, a good team in its own right,
39 to 19. Lombano scored 14, war warren
ren warren Ashton 7 and Dean Oglesby
and Kenny Anderson got 6 each
for the winners. Persntie and Jim
Barnes Were a two man team
gainst' the smooth working Cats,
out weren't able to contain them
in the first and third quarters par
The Dukes, headed by Bill Wil
kinson's 13 points won over the
Hawks 30-20. John Marcum and
his Hawks had some difficulty
in finding the basket from the
floor, while Wilkinson's team hit
with tremendous consistency. In
addition to Wilkinson Fred Chase
was good for 8 points and Al Os
borne 8 plus many rebounds.
At the end of the third quarter
the Chiefs and the Flyers were
all tied up at 12 points each, but
in the fourth' quarter the Flyers
defenses fell apart and that was
the ball game. Gene Brewer, Al
Altman, Tom Santell, and Pat
Thomas began to thread the bas
kets consistently score 7 points
and hold the Flycra scoreless
and come up with a 19-12 win.
Team W L
Bruins 3 0
Results of the Interclass Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Meet, Nov. 25, 1957
40 Mt. Freestyle: 1. Chanis (11),
2. Trower (12), 3. Scott (10), r.
Gorham 10), 5. Wilson 69)9, 6.
Vecchione (9). Time- 22.7.
40 Mt. Breast: 1. Dolan (10), 2.
Toothman (12), 3. Browne (11),
Gorham (10), 5. Caldwell (10), 6.
Parker 10). TBime: 31.4.
40 Mt. Butterfly: 1. Toothman
(12), 2. Trower (12), 3. Caldwell
(10), Time: 32.3.
80 Mt. Freestyle: 1. Scott 10),
2. Cunningham (12V, 3. Dolan
(10), 4. Corrigan (6), 5. Gorham
10), 6. Vecchione (). Time: 54.1.
3. Mt. Diving: l. Reynolds (11)
80 Mt. Medley: 1. Siegel )12),
2. Ryter (12), 3. Browne (11), 4.
Caldwell (10) Time: 58.9 (new
160 Mt. Relay: I. Seniors Sie
gel, -Trower, Ryter, Barbier)
Time: 1:31.7 (new IM record).
Final Score: 1. Seniors 63, 2.
Sophs (49), 3. Juniors (39)9, 4.
Krosh (11) v
Partlcinatlon Prtintar 1. 12th
grade (10 boys), 2. 10th grade, (9
boys), 3. 11th grade (6 boys), 4.
9th grade (3 boy.).
40 Mt. Freestyle: 1. Baggott
(10), 2. Anderson (9). 3. E. Saua Saua-rez
rez Saua-rez (11). 4. Sikorski (9). 5: J. Sua-
ree (9)6. Boswell (8). Time:
40 Mt. Back: 1. J. Suarez (9),
2. MacLean (10), 3. GiHy (9), 4.
Pearson n0. 5. E. Suarez fill.
6. Lemacks (8). Time: 30.3.
40 Mt. Butterfly: 1 Rudge (9),
2. Bettsak (10), 3. 1. Suarez (9),
4. MacLean f 101. 5 Roeera flOl.
6. Garcia (9). Time: 27.8 (new
80 Mt. Freestyle: 1. Rudge (9)9,
Golden (91. 3.. Van T.onn (R 4.
E. Suarez (11). 5. Gillv (9). 6.
Hasting (8). Time: 53.9.
x mi. uiving: l. uenson o z.
Bettsak (10), 3. McLean (10), 4.
Pearson (10). Time: 1:04.8 (new
160 Mt. Relay: 1. 8th grade
(Berger, Boswell. Campbell, Van
Loon), 2. 9th grade. Time: 1:45.0
inew im recora
Particination Doints- 1. nth (25
boys), 2. 8th (11 boys), 3. 10th
(9 boys). 4. (2 boys). 5 7th 2
Finals score: 1. 91 h crari (Ml.
2. 10th grade (45), 3. 8th grade
(27), 4. 11th grade (16), 5. 7th
40 Mt. Freestyle: 1. Ebdon (91.
2. Witkin (7). 3. DeVore (8). r.
Feenev (7). 5. Perantie (71. 8.
McComas (8). Time: 25.4 (new
40 Mt. Breast: 1. Ebdon (9), 2.
Witkin (71. Linfnra m 4 Arov
(7), 5. McComas (8) Time: 34.5
(new IM record).
40 Mt. Back: 1. Encelke (81. 2.
Feeney (7), 3. Ebdon (9), 4.
Mann (7), 5. LeBrun (7). Time:
40 Mt. Butterfly: l. Mann (7).
2. Perantie (7), 3. Mizarchie (8),
4. LeBrun (7). Time: 35.6 new
80 Mt. Freestyle: t Holmes (7),
2. Eneelke (9). 3. Vallarino (8V
4. McComas (81. 5. Linfnra (71
6. Major (8). Time: 57.0 (new
1 Mt. Diving: 1. Linfors (7), 2.
(71. 3: Sexton (7). 4. Mnor (91
5. Engelke (9) 6. Vallarino (8).
so Mt. Memey: i. Homes 7),
2. Arey (7), 3. Sexton (7). Time:
1-11 1 Intui IM iori4 1AO Mt Ra.
lay: i. 7th grade (Arey, witkin,
reeney, woimesj rime: i:4.7
(new IM record).
Partirinatinn Pntnta1 7th orari
(15 boys for 10 points). 8th grade
(iv Doys ior o points; tn graae
(4 boys for 3 pointr).
Final Spnr: 1. 7th crrart f1121.
2. 9th grade (38), grade (112),
Righthander Winston Brown
cot Cerveza Balboa off on the
right foot when he successfully
scattered six hits to down the
Chesterfield Smokers by the
score of 7 to 2. Brown's wildness
kept him' In hot water most of
the time, but was able to emerge
victorious by some great clutch
pitching. He walked ten and
struck out six.
If last night's performance
by the two imported Beermen
outfielders mean anything, last
year's champs need not fear
about defensive strength in the
gardens or speed on the base base-paths.
paths. base-paths. The first two Beermen tallies
were directly the result of some
nifty baserunning by Floyd Rob Robinson
inson Robinson and Billy shields and the
catch made by Shields in the
upper half of the second Inning
of a drive hit by Smoker Harold
Mitchell was easily the night's
We were puzzled to see Hector
Lopez at second base and Alonso
Brathwaite on third In last
night's opener". The reason for
the shift was not available after
game time, but it is hoped that
same will be for the best inter interests
ests interests of -the club.
Stanley Arthur, nlnt sized
righthander Beer men relief
pitcher, had himself a complete
night's work in the bullpen.
when the fifth inning was com completed,
pleted, completed, Chesterfield had no less
than ten runners stranded on
the basepaths. They left a total
of 15 for the game.
Lev Spencer and Roosevelt Ev
ans are rapidly roundintr into
shape and it is hoped that by
the end of this week both will
be ready for starting assign assignments.
ments. assignments. Spencer Is the strikeout
On Hot Seat t
NEW YORK (NEA1 Duck hunt
ers will be happy to hear about
the not seat.
It will keep their posteriors
snug'" and warm as they sit in
blinds or boats. The Hot Seat($l. Seat($l.-98
98 Seat($l.-98 at sporting good; stores) is
an insulating cushion which re retains
tains retains body heat amazingly well.
Ice fishermen, deer hunters and
football fans will find it a handly
and comfortable item.
All of them are really rough roughing
ing roughing it.
king of the Eastern League.
Pitching for Auentown, ne ran
ned a total of 194 batters. Ev Evans
ans Evans Is from Knoxvllle of the
The attendance in last night's
opener showed the effects of
the 42-day old Remon murder
trial still In progress. True it
Is that the efforts of the pub publicity
licity publicity department were below
the customary standard, but
league officials are partly to
blame as the necessary infor information
mation information was not properly circu circulated
lated circulated among the writers.
It Is about time that manag
ers and umpires realize that
running in and off the field be between
tween between innings is a must as far
as the speeding up the game is
concerned. Last night's contest
lasted well over three hours, and
laxity on the part of the avbi-
ters, plus conferences and other
delays by managers and mounds mounds-men
men mounds-men were the main contribu contributions
tions contributions to the llstlessness of the
KELLEY WINS ROAD RACE
MANCHESTER, Conn. (UP) (UP)-John
John (UP)-John Kelley, the New London,
Conn., high school teacher who
won the Boston Marathon earlier
this year, won the five-mile
Thanksgiving Day road race
Thursday in the record time of 23
minutes, 59 seconds. Peter Close
of St. John's University was sec second
ond second as Kelley bettered the old
mark, set in 1953. ty 21 seconds.
JIMMER TO CARRY 122
CORAL GABLES, Fla. (UP)
Jimmer, winner of the 1957 Grand
Union Hotel Stakes at Saratoga,
has been assigned top weight of
122 pounds for Saturday s five-and-a-half
furlong De Soto Handicap
at Tropical Park.
5 IN POST-SEASON GAMES
TTNNVF.TtSTTV PARK .Pa. (UP)
Five Penn State seniors, all na
tives of Pennsylvania, will play in
nnct.teacnn 'fnnthall PAtnPS. End
Les Walters of Her-.hey and full
back Emil uaprara ot lurue
Creek will play in the East-West
Shrinp cam at Sar. Francisco.
Dec. 28; end Jack Farls of Free Freedom
dom Freedom and guard Jf.e Sabol of Sha Sha-mokin
mokin Sha-mokin will play in the North South
Shrine gam at Miami, Fla., Dec.
25; and end Paul North of Baden
will play in the Blue-Gray game
at Montgomery, Ala., Dec. 28.
Effective as of Nov. 30, 1957
PAUL H. FRIEDMAN
is no longer associated with us
as our representative.
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But Flu Still
Keeps Him In Bed
BONN, Germany, Dec. 2 (UP)
An official spokesmen said today
that Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
had "improved considerably" af after
ter after his attack of influenza but was
(till confined to bed.
The spokesman said the 81 year year-old
old year-old Chancellor, taken ill three
days ago, was no longer running
The" West German leader Is
"much better and expressed the
hope that he would soon be able
to return to work," the spokesman
The illness forced the Chancellor
t postpone indefinitely his projec projected
ted projected three day visit to London. But
he still hoped to be fit enough to
attend the Dec. 16 NATO summit
meeting- ia Paris.
Of Panama Sent
To Ft. Riley
FORT RILEY, Kan. (AHTNC)
Army Pvt. Rafael F. Agostlni. 19,
son of Mrs. Irma K. Agostlni, of
Panama, Republic of Panama, re recently
cently recently was assigned as a lineman
in the W7th Signal Company at
Fort Riley, Kan.
Agostini entered the Army last
July and completed basis training
at Fort Jackson, S. C.
He is a 1957 graduate of La
Salle High School.
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Claimed By Reds
LONDON. Dec. 2 (UP) Radio
Moscow reported today that Soviet
scientists have developed an infra
red microscope that can see
through opaque materials by
means of gamma, and Xrays.
The broadcast said the micro
scope was designed b the metal metallurgical
lurgical metallurgical institute of the Soviet
Academy of Sciences.
The instrument makes it boss!
ble to determine flaws in mono mono-crystals
crystals mono-crystals of silicon and germanium
by means of infra-red radiation,
the broadcast said.
The source of the radiation is
an incandescent bulb enclosed in
an infra-red filter, the broadcast
Radio Moscow said a 800 to 600 600-fold
fold 600-fold magnification of the object
can bo achieved by the microscope
which makes it possible to photo photograph
graph photograph specimens and study them
Guests Taken III
At State Banquet
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya, Dec.
2 (UP) The Kuala Lumpur health
officer was ordered today to in investigate
vestigate investigate reports that more than
30 guests at the recent state ban banquet
quet banquet for Japanese Prime Minister
Nobusuke Kishi were taken ill
after the meal.
The investigation was ordered
by municipal authority after re reports
ports reports that the guests, including the
wife of Malayan Premier Tangku
Abdul Rahman, had suffered se
vera stomach pains.
Health Officer J. F. McGarity
said the stomach pains were not
necessarily caused by food poison
ing. "It could he due to mixed
drinks," he said.
It was reported that about five
kinds of wines, including cham cham-naene.
naene. cham-naene. were served during the
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LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
Fidanque Travel Service
Back In Business
As Red Economist
MOSCOW, Dec. 2 (UP) Former
Foreign Minister Dmitri T. Shepi Shepilov,
lov, Shepilov, one of the disgraced "Molotov
group" is back working in Moscow
as an economist after his ouster
last July, it was learned today.
j Although o f f He 1 a 1 s refused
; to comment, it was learned that
Shepilov is employed at the Insti
tute of Economics of the Academy
: off Science. Apparently, he never
l took up his original appointment
as lecturer in economics at the
j Frunze Academy in -Kirgizia.
He thus did not receive the exile
imposed upon Vyacheslav Molotov
and Georgi Malenkov. Molotov is
Soviet ambassador to Outer Mon Mon-j
j Mon-j goiia in Ulan Bator. Malenkov h
director of an electric power ita ita-Ition
Ition ita-Ition in remote Kazhakstan.
! (Lazar Kaganovich, also deposed
; from party honors and govern government
ment government posts, still was believed to
I be in Moscow.)
Both Shepilov and Kaganovich
were seen in public in Moscow
! Nov. t, the eve of the 4th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution.
Curtains & Drapery
innm net wif nmnwm aw iM
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offers invitation to bid
on contract to operate a FURNI FURNITURE
TURE FURNITURE REPAIR b REFINISHING
SHOP in Curundu, C. Z. Pros Prospective
pective Prospective bidders are invited 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 the
attention of the Post Restaurant
Officer. Bids will be opened at
1400 hours on 30 December
1957 in the Post Restaurant
Buildinq. For further Information
call Curundu 6205 or 4268.
FOR SALE : Refrigerator 25
cycle $35.00. Maple Flooring
31.00 per 50 sq.ft. 3 3HP.
Motors 25 cycle $10.00 each.
Slate for one pool table $10.00.
Fiber alais 14' Divlnn Ro'd 1
new $125.00 1 used $25.00. 1
3-wav Swimming pool filter valve
$50.00. 1 New Hipochlorite
Chlorinator $100.00. 100 Ft.
Sunproof Flex-O-Pipe (plastic)
$50.00 Cristobal YMCA.
FOR SALE: New 60 cycle
Kingsire "Black Angus". Rotis Rotis-serie
serie Rotis-serie ?60; State Bamboo Arm Armchair
chair Armchair $30.00; odd coffee and end
table. Call Panama 3-1019.
Paitilla Airport and Calle 91 Este.
FOR SAL: One large Venetian
blind, 56 Inches wide $10.00;
one set of dishes pasted colored
Pnoov Trail service fo' six,
$12-00; one alider suitable for'
bment, $10.00. Call Balboa
FOR SALE: 60 cycle Ther,
semi-automatic washing machine,
$40.00, Qtn. 379-B Ft. Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. Phone 87-6283.
FOR SALE: Magohany chif chiffonier
fonier chiffonier with mirror, wicker chair,
armchair with reclining back.
Bargains. Tel. 3-0617.
FOR SALE: 1 set book "Tra'ls
For Children." 8 volumes. Like
new. $25.00. Phone Balboa
Defecls In US Law
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 (UP)
Sen. James O. Eastland (D-Miss)
said today loopholes in the anti-
subversion laws allow many
Communist dominated organiza organizations
tions organizations "to carry on disloyal activi
ties under a cloak of respect a bu
Eastland, chairman of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Internal Security subcommit
tee, said this applied particularly
to Communist controlled labor un
ions which have been expelled
from the AFL-CJO but have con
tinued to serve as bargaining
agents for large numbers of work workers.
ers. workers. Under the law, he said, tha Na National
tional National Labor Relations Board must
continue to recognize these unions
as legitimate labor organizations,
even though "everybody knows
that they are in fact Communist
Eastland blamed the situa situation
tion situation on the "unreasonably high
standards of proof" required by
the 1954 law which authorized the
Justice Department to take legal
action against unions dominaed
He did not indicate whether he
intends to propose specific legisla legislation
tion legislation to correct what he regards
as defects in the law.
Eastland made his statement in
releasing a transcript of public
hearings on Communist infiltration
of labor unions.
As a case in point, Eastland
cited the American Communica Communications
tions Communications Association, which represents
communications workers in the
New York area.
He said the subcommittee's
hearings brought cut -testimony
that officers of this union were
past or present members of the
United SUtM District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Clement Sarel end Mareerle Sard,
LibelUnU. vi. Yacht WAPI. her en-
fines, tackle, apparel, furniture, etc.
In Admiralty. No. 4S9.
MARSHAL'S NOTICE OF BALK
By virtue of a Writ of Venditioni
ExDonas. issued out of the United
States District Court for the District
of the Canal Zone, on tha 29th day of
November. 157, notice Is hereby given
that I will sell bv oublic auction en
the lth day of December. 1957, at 10
o clock. A.M.. et the United states Dis District
trict District Court, tn Ancon, Canal Zone, the
yacht WAPI. her eniinee. machinery
boat, tackle, apparel, appurtenancee
end furniture as she now liee hi the
inner harbor at Balboa Canal Zone.
Terms of sale: cash. United States
The WAPI la an auxiliary ketch M
teet lent with e been or II 1.
For further detail, -editi tas the un un-dersiened
dersiened un-dersiened at P.O. Box toll. Belboa
Hriejht. Canal Zone, or see him at bis
office in District Court Building. An Ancon.
con. Ancon. Telephone: 2-28XS.
Jeers I. KharaK
I'ntted State Marshal
De Castre A ReMee
Proctors for Lib Hants.
sr mrrr rimiii. l.iRRrRIA
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Converter 180
watts, 2 l4hr. motors 25 cycle
60 cycle signal generator. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-3676.
FOR SALE: 2 hp. outboard
motor and 12 foot boat. Boat
need paint. Job $75.00. Call
FOR SALE: AKC registered
wirehairedf Fox Terrier mala pup puppies.
pies. puppies. Phone Navy 241)7.
Randolph Allen, 64,
Dies In Hospital
Randolph Allen, a well known
Atlantic side resident and former
chief clerk in the Canal's Store
house Division,' died at 1 a.m. to today
day today in Amador Guerro Hospital,
Colon. He lived at 9th Street and
Santa Isabel, in that city.
His death was caused by a
stroke, following a long illness.
Mr. Allen, whose age was 64,
came to the Canal Zone during
construction days from the island
of St. Lucia, he had lived and
worked on both sides of the Isth
An ardent sports fan, he belong
ed to many Isthmian organizations
during his active years. He retir retired
ed retired from Canal service three years
Mr. Allen founded a large fam fam-i'y
i'y fam-i'y here. Besides his wife, Mrs.
Esmie Allen, and a sister, Sarah
Maynard, he is survived bv 10
children and other relatives.
His children are Roy Allen,
who works with the Nestle- Com
pany; Jessie Allen, a hairdresser;
Dolores Allen, who lives in the
United States, Pvt. Albert Allen.
serving with the U. S. Armv Rob
ert Allen, who is employed in the
Canal's Personnel Bureau: Cecil
Allen, Rhoda Allien, Randolph Al Allen,
len, Allen, Jr., Dilcia alien and Diana
The date of the funeral will be
John M. King,
Dies In California
John M. King, formerly Panama
tanal district quartermaster, died
ov. ets, in Monrovia, ualif., ac
cording to news received hv
friends on the Isthmus. He was
a years old.
One of the Canal oldtimer Mr
King came to the Isthmus from
ouum Carolina in iU3 and was
employed as a stenographer in
tne Isthmian Canal Commission.
In 1914 he was transferred tn tho
Canal organization as assistant di-
Mr. King was stationed on both
sides of the Isthmus and r tn
time of his retirement in 1942 he
was district quartermaster on the
Since he left the rnl 7.
he and Mrs. Kine have bern mai'.
ing their home in Monrovia.
in addition to his wife. Mr. Kine
is survived by his sons, Robert
W. King of Balboa, and RlHn
King, all of whom were with him
at the time of his death.
Sharp Remov t-
r ALdj KiVEK, Mass. (UP)
me puuuc- worKs department sus suspected
pected suspected a prank when it was asked
to send- a truck to remove a shark
from Main Street But when the
truck reached the scene, there was
the shark eight fet long and
weighing 400 Donnria Unn, ;
uiere, nobody professed to know
UNITED STATKS OF AMERICA
U"i,e State District Court For
The District of The Canal zn.
Division of Balboa
George Rusaon, Plaintiff vs. Laura
RosiUa Russon, Defendant. Summon
Case No. 4603 Civil Docket 21 AcJ
To the above-name' defendant:
You are hrhv wmi.
and lTKW.r tha MMK.jn, ,,. i ..
- .... i inj ia uic
.above-entitled action within ninety days
UI oat, D puoiication.
In case of your failure to so appear
nd answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for tile relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F
Crowe. -Judee. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this November 25. 1957.
C. T. MeCemtck, Jr.
By Lob fc HarrktM
To Laura RosUhi Russon:
The foregoing rarnrnons ts served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe, Judge. United State District
Court for the District erf the Canal
Zone, dated November 22, 1957. and en entered
tered entered and filed ka this action in the
office of the Clerk of said United States
District Court for the Dtvtsioa ml Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, en November 22. 1957. j
C. T. McCenikk, Jr.
By Lets K. HarrisM
PRECIADO 7 Street No. IS AGINClAJi
FOR SALE: Bamboo set, easy
chair, three teat setee. regular
chair. Hquse 2249 Balboa, Phone
FOR SALE: Dining table with
extension leaves and six chairs.
Fold-away bed; bar with match matching
ing matching chain and mirror. Tel. 3 3-0272.
0272. 3-0272. FOR SALE: Only two Spex
washing machines 25 cycles.
Priced right. Tropelco 45th St.
and Via Espana.
FOR SALE: Modern dining
room set, complete wbuffet and
Six chairs, very cheap. Betania
CZ Life Tagged
(Continued from Pe
which is an American way of
"From what I've seen here, the
way of life is more American
than other places in the States
I coulckname," said Alfred E.
Vosburgh: You have your po
sition by nature of the people
who voted you into it, rignt?
Santangelo: There are known
to be other procedures. (Chuc (Chuckles
kles (Chuckles from the audience).
Vosburgh: Well I'd have to
rlook into this type of procedure,
I always thought it was by elec election
tion election only.
Santangelo: I guess you didn't
see my smile.
ReD. Timothv P. Sheehan (It-
Ill.) wanted to know specifically
what Vosburgh felt was un-American
about the environment
The teacher told the group
that although thev have a good
school system, and superintend
ent, if a parent doesn't nice tne
wav the schools are run. he can
not do anything about it.
He told thft'rouD mat son
lans pay double tax, to the U.S.
government in the form or in
come tax. and m enect pay. a
sales tax in the commissary.
whAi-i nKlrpri whether 7,onians
naa a rigm 10 oring meir pruo-
lems before the Governor, vos
burgh said that they do take
things to him, ana ne listens, put
"That? not the American
way of life. It's the Totinr
rights that count."
Ron winiam s. Maillard (Il
eal.) pointed out that since they
were obviously living in a social
istic state, he didn't see now any
nf these nroblema could be solv
ed before tackling the set-up it
t?pn Robert J. Mcintosh IR
Mlchj, defending the American
way of life as it appears 10 mm
nn the Zone stated that the only
distinction on the Zone aeema to
bt "in the white suits."
"The meaning of democra democracy
cy democracy is the right, to spend your
own money on whatever you
want to spend it for," he
stated, adding that he felt
this was the case on the
Other associates in the group.
Vincent J- Dellay (R-w.J.) ana
the former chairman or tne sud sud-commlttee,
commlttee, sud-commlttee, John J. Allen Jr., (R-
ral.halso Questioned vosburgh
rineoiv nn his testimony.
The nurses' spoKesman, mis.
on vnrpssed the rear tnai un
der the single-wage legisiauun
Canal Zone nurses will be taken
out of the provisions of the Clas Classification
sification Classification Act, which would mean
that their wages would be fixed
In the Zone.
She pointed out mat mey weic
slso afraid that a lowering 01
standards in the profession
Mrs. Rose, who was accompa accompanied
nied accompanied bv Mrs. O. De Vore. also
mentioned that .ertaln depart departments
ments departments of the' Health Bureau were
now undergoing reorganization.
"If this reorganisation does doesn't
n't doesn't aolve our problems, then
we will nresent them throagh
our spokesmen in Washing Washington."
ton." Washington." She said the Nurses Associa Association
tion Association had recentlv formed a lodge
as part of the Central Labor Union-Metal
Trades Council, AFL-
Mrs. Sullivan said: "I thought
th. ,,r,c. nf the ainele-waee
legislation was primarily to help
raise Panamanian' standards
rather than lower U.S. stand standards.
ards. standards. Isn't this the caseT
feel standards may be lowered
because of the temptation w
possibly hire nurses irom me w.
. ltH,Mnna with I
nave equu quum-iui
LaVern R. Pilweg. speaking
for the TJA Citlsena Associa Association
tion Association for which h ia tha
Wash Ington representative,
stressed the kill HB 7MS new
aaendint; be far tha committee
t relieve gtrrernmeiU em-
ployes frem Paying certain
costs ef ranninc tn Canal j
Zona Govern memt. j
Members of the subcommittee!
will remain on the Isthmus until.
J-mlnute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. "waxing
ears $6, Auto-BaAo. Trans
mian Highway near Sears
WANTED: Car in good condi condition
tion condition 1950 or 1951. Make is not
Important, not hydraulic. Call
FOR SALE: 1954 Cushman
Eagle motor scrooter, rear seat,
aluminum sidesaddles, excellent
condition, $175.00. Tel 86 86-7142.
7142. 86-7142. Albrook, Qtrs. 124-B.
Hong Kong Judge
Pays Lady's Fine
For Court Smoking
HONG KONG, Dec 2 -(UP)-
Magistrate Hing-Hsin Lo contrib contributed
uted contributed two Hong Kong dollars (about
33 cents) to help a Shanghai wom woman
an woman pay a fine for smoking in
Lo himself had ordered the five
Hong Kong dollar fine against the
woman. He told her he did not
expect her to repay his loan.
BOSTON (UP, Americans wil'
use about 2,400,000,000 greeting
cards in saying "Merry Christ Christmas"
mas" Christmas" this year, according to
Wyman S. Randall, a greeting card
company of icial (Rust Craft). He
estimated the retail value of these
cards at 260 million dollars.
;:-:; if 1 1 .vktim mu iir i iwwwpa)iwi j i saaEJasaaasasast
MRS. BESS H. SHEPARD, secretary to Major James E.
.Potts, of USAF Auditor at Caribbean Air Command, Al Albrook
brook Albrook AFB, recently received a ten-year service pin. Thom Thomas
as Thomas L.. Foster, supervisor auditor lor headquarters Southern
District, Auditor General's office at Fort Worth, Texas,
watches the ceremony. (Official USAF photo)
I TM. US. Sat OS. ST fAasaat) 1
Do you think he's bewildered or just plain conceited?
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FOR SALE: Chalet, twe apart apart-menrt
menrt apart-menrt situated, Parqua Lefevre,
Ave. Lefevre, reasonably priced.
House for sale en Via Espana and
50 street Bella Vista; suitable for
residence or business, for more
informations call Tel. 2-2854
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
By Kitchen Fire
LOS ANGELES Pec. 2 (UP)
Nancy Sinatra-, '.divorced wife of
singer Frank Sinatra, was recov
ering today from painful burns on
her neck and chin suffered whn
she attempted to put out a fire in
the breakfast room of her home.
Mrs. Sinatra told firemen the
blaze began yesterday when win window
dow window curtains caught fire. Her
daughter, Tina, 9', ,liad been hold holding
ing holding a cnadle nearby.
Mrs. Sinatra tried lo put out the
fire herself but she called firemen
when she found she was unable to
the end of tha week,
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LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 2 (UP) Federalized National Guardsmen still patrol
the corridors of Central High School, but today is the first day of school for nine
Negro children without the protection of the tough paratroopers who turned back
a screaming mob of Whites here 10 weeks ago.
i The last 225members of the 101st Airborne Infantry Division returned to -Fort
,: Campbell, Ky., Wednesday leading the job of maintaining peace at the school to
i90Q Federalized Arkansas Guardsmen.
minutes hut then piied into -two
oia cars and drove off. off.-The
The off.-The Army started an inves,tiga
nun, duc laiiea io turn up any
u ace ot me men. i
Only a dozen or so of the
. puardsmen patrol the corridors
and outside the school, but the rest
o the troops under the command
f Maj. Gen. jEdwin, A. Walker
ire ready o move into the area
at the first hint of trouble.
: Thr was ne indication that
'any trouble was brawing. Mrs.
,L. D. Bates, president of t h
- Arkansas chapter of the NAACP,
"said she har1 th "utmost con--fidanea"
in th Guardsman.
Two weeks ago an editorial in
the State Press, a Negro paper
published by her husband, said
President Eisenhower should be
alertedt o the "real stituation" be
fore he nulled out any more of
Last Tuesday, the day before
the paratroopers left, eight or 10
men in blue jeans, sweat shirts
and leather jacke's gathered in
front of the school for 15 or 20
Navy Man Falls In Storm Of Bullets
After Slaying Pat Wounding 2 More
OSTEEN, Fla., Dec. 2 (UP)
A mass of' lawmen tracked down
a Navy cniei peny uuitu
killed him with a storm of bullets
today after he lataiiy snoi a icuuvv
chief, wounded two other men and
(led to a hunting preserve to stand
o'd the posse.
Police had hoped to take CPO
William H. Kelly, 35. alive to tod
dut what made him go berserk.
But when bloodhounds found him
n th north Florida woods he an
swered calls to surrender with gun
shots'. He was instantly torn to
pieces by, return .fire from the so soman
man soman posse.
Kelly had Deen wounueu uui iuS
Sis four-hour flight, either by a
spray of shotgun pellets fired by
gate guard at the Sanford-Naval
Air Station or by tht overturning
of his speeding car on a muddy
hunting road. ., 4 n
Dogs followed a three-mile trail
of blood from the wrecked car
to Kelly's hiding place in a grassy
ditch early today
ingham, 28, apparently had gotten
word of the shooting and tried
to flag down Kelly's aar. Kelly
shot him with the .357 magnum
pistol he used to kill Dobbins.
Another guard at the gate emp emptied
tied emptied a riot 31m into, the side of
Kelly's car as it roared through
Police said Kelly went home,
told his wife what he had done,,
picked up a second pistol, a .44
magnum, and left again in his
Shot Game Warden
Eight Children Die
As Flames Sweep
11 Yar Service
About four hours earlier, police
said, Kelly, a well liked wavy ca career
reer career man who had been in the
service 11 year, snoi ana kuhju
GPO Floi'd B. Dobbins Jr., 36,
in the chiefs club at the ah station
wilv ran from the olub and
sped through the brse'in his car
At the gate CPO J. R. Van Land
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
34 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
If: prenared by the Meteorolo
rical and Hydrasjraphie
Branch of the Panama Canal
. HiRh 88
"(max. mph) NW-11
RAIN (inch-) T
(inner harbors) 81
TUESDAY, DEC. 3
Sheriff's officers and the high
way patrol in Seminole and Vol
usia counties immediately closed
all escape routes, but Kelly was
not heard from again until game
warden Herbert W. Jones was
brought to the Sanford hospital
with a bullet wound in the stom stomach.
ach. stomach. Jones told officers he was man manning
ning manning the checking station by the
narrow dirt road leading ,into the
Farmington game area eight miles
east of Osteen when Kelly drove
through without stopping. When he
tried to stop Kelly. Jones sard, the
Navy chief shot him. Jones iden identified
tified identified Kelly from pictures shown
Police then found Kelly's wreck
ed car on the hunting road and
called in h'oodhnunds. Highway
patrolmen, game wardens, sher sheriff's
iff's sheriff's deputies and naval security
officers joined the posse following
When Kelly was spotted, high highway
way highway patrolman Jerry Wells called
to him to surrender. "All right.
we've got you," Wells yelled and
fired his pistol. Kelly opened fire
at rne same time, and then the
posse cut loose.
SHERBROOKE, Cue., Dec.
(UP) Fire swept through
French-Canadian home, here yes
terday killing eigh" children while
their mother was on her way to
charch with her oldest son.
The victims, five bovs and three
girls, were the children of Mr.
and Mrs. Lionel Denault. They
were Suzanne, 12, Jean-Marc, 9,
Solanges, 8, Michel, 6,Yves, 5,
Gaetan, 4, Carole, 2 and Richard
The fire believed sparked byl
an overneated on stove, struck the
one and-a-half story imitation-brick
frame home while the oldest son,
Robert, 13, was en route tochurch
with his mother.
The 32-year-old father was at
home when the fire broke out. He
ran out of the house in his under underwear
wear underwear to a neighbor's home to sum summon
mon summon firemen and was severely
burned when he re-entered the
house in an effort to rescue his
children. He was hospitalized with
Denault's alarm was turned in
about 7:45 a.m. but when-firemen
reached the scene, the Iiouse was
a mass of flame. The fire, fanned
by a strong wind, swept through
the house in less than twn hnur
All firemen could do was prevent
me names irom spreading.
JERUSALEM, Dec. 2 (UP) Dar Hammarskiold
ed deadlocked with Jordanian officials today On wav of mnriinr
the current tension between Israeli, and Jordan. Israel also
showed no Indication of retreating from its position.
ine suoauon was maae more auucuit by reports of two
border Incidents yesterday, one a sham enraremnnt in wi,:h
Israel charged that Jordanian troops; attacked -with automatic
rifles and hand grenades. ....
Amman dispatches said 'the. and ..nnarafitiv WmIm tv
""w navwua acuictaijr-Kciici'iiiuurs Of laiKS yeSteraftV.
al began the second day of his
lanes toaay witn King Hussein
and other Jordanian leaders hut
tnat neither side appeared rea
ay to cumD aown.
Jordan demands the ouster
of U.S. Marine Col. Byron T.
Leary, acting head of the
creaky truce machinery, and
insists that Hammarskjold vis visit
it visit Mt. Scopus, the Israeli en
clave Jordan claims Israel is
muuarizinr inside Jordan Je
An Amman dispatch said noth.
me indicated Hammarskiold
. i. a ... .
uugm,.jiave cnangea on any
point though he was' smiling
Vni3 V rM 4 TT,T tnt-
trial of teamster r president -elect
James B. Hoffa on wiretap con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy charges resumes today in
Federal Court after a four day
At the naval base, friends were
unable to explain vhat caused the
argument between Kelly and Dob
bins, a widower with five chil children.
dren. children. Kelly and his wife had one
Physicians said after performine
emergency surgery that both Van
Landingham and Jones were cx-
nscted to live.
TODAY 1U 3
Santa Claus To Set
US Cash Re"'er$
Aiinole This Month
Moscow Radio Says
LONDON, Dec. 2 OUP)-Russla
claimed today lha the carrier
rocket of the first Soviet earth
satellite is till spiunf ig round he
But western scientists said It
would be a major scientific mira
cle if the rocket was still movins
it was scheduled to hit the
earth's atmosphere and burn up
uver me weesena.
Moscow radio said this morning
that the rocket iiati made 894
trips around the gtobe by 0300
GMT. It confidently predicted that
the rocket :ould he seen before
sunrise today uetween 10 and ss
Moscow's claim however were
met with skepticism by western
observers whose attempts to track
the rocket over the weekend me
with little success.
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WASHINGTON. Dec. 2 (UP)
Santa Claus will keep retail cash
registers jingling merrily this
month to the tune of about 20 bil
lion dollars worth of business, the
U. S. Chamber of Commerce pre predicted
dicted predicted today.
The chamber said December
sales were expected to top last
years $'19,400,000,000 total, despite
some recent tapering off in the
It conceded that rises in unem-
loloyment and a sag in the stock
market may have made "Christ-
mas shoppers "a little more cau
tious about opening their purses.
But, the chamber said, "chances
I are when the Christmas fever sets
I in. December sales should be the
biggest yet, or at least tied for
i the first place'with 1956."
,Tt listed the population increase
and large Christmas club savings
as among the factors which would
lead to heavy bnyins: this month.
On the other hand, it said,
"there are recent indications of
moderately -ising unemployment,"
and the rate of consumer snendine
in relation to after-tax Income has
Hrnnnar) in aajiant i m nn4lt
U4 vtiwu iu ItVCIll '1MV"UI9.
Starts 3 Blazes
In Detroit Store
DETROIT. Dec -2 iIIP A,.-.
detectives have turned the case of
a three-and-ahalf-year-old firebuE
nun. tA n n i : :
; The toddler escaped from a baby
sitter yesterday and set three fires
in a nearby supermarket before
ne was caugnt.
Lawrence Hodee. the it.,.
aiscoverea agemanfiean -ai
manager discovered a fire m i
trash box in an employes' room
iiumenis later ne .found u.nni
fire. He had just finished putting
that in a 1 jj e
tnc uui wiien ne cuscovered a
third blaze burning In a stockroom
"I knew then," he said, "that 1
had a firebug on my hands.'
He began a uunt and shortly
nabbed Thomas Myles. Hodges
knew the lad so he took him home.
A twby sitter answered the rfnnr
She told Hodges the boy's mother
gave birth to another child Friday
and his lather was at work.
She said he'd been looking for
the boy and thanked Hodges for
returning him. A policewom
an was "assigned to handle the
Hoffa's co-defendants are Owen
B. Brsjman, president of' Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Local 337 in Detroit, and
wiretapper Bernard B. Splndel of
rvew xorK. mey each face a pos-
siDie sentence ot a year m jail or
a $10,000 fine if convicted of con conspiring
spiring conspiring to tap the telephone calls
of union "small fry'! at the team teamsters
sters teamsters headquarters in Detroit.
A government witness, FBI a a-gent
gent a-gent Terence F. WtcShanef testified
last' week that Spindel had admit admitted
ted admitted the conspiracy last July. He
said the wiretapper told him John
(Johnny, Dio) Dioguardi, a New
York underworld figure, had made
arrangements, for Spindel to go to
Detroit to do a job for A Dio's
"good jWendHoffa. 5 ov
Ajecordlnx to McSbane, Splndel
found the telephones of Hoffa and
Brennan already tapped. He re removed
moved removed these taps and put n e w
taps on the phones of minor union
officials and a lobby telephone
booth, connecting all the lines to
Hoff's office jfpindel told Mc Mc-Shane
Shane Mc-Shane he also "bugged" t e 1 e e-phones
phones e-phones with microphones to pick
up office conversation, the FBI I
A' tl.W. snokesman, said to.
day's talks would go orer in
greater detail Jordan's com complaints
plaints complaints that Leary is "pro-Israel"
in his dealings with the
two Rations, Vand : complaints
that the armistice machinery
has been comparatively usel'ess
aloh the 400-mllei frontier.
While: Hammarskiold WAS
talking; yesterdav with forelen
minisier -ciamir. Biiai and Hus Hussein,
sein, Hussein, Israel alleged that Jordan Jordanian
ian Jordanian troops, opened fire in hopes
of increaslne border tension.
Jordan .denied the Israeli charg charges.;;
es.;; charges.;; ::? i'r-.'?
Executed In Soviet
LONDON. Dec. 2 ftlPY-A cprrpi
policeman's lot is not a safe or
happy one in Russia, an official
British' census showed today.- Of
68 known executions ol ranking of-
iiciais m 20 years, ,18 were mem-
cera.ot the NK.VD or other se
1 The fbreien affaa-a section of
"Commonwealth Survey.'? an of
ficial; publication of the Central
Office of. Information, listed the
series of executions which started
in;Janjiary, 1937,' during Stalin's
heyday, d continued into the
early days of the Khrushchev and
'the f publication listed 14 Polit Politburo
buro Politburo and Communist t party Cen Central
tral Central Committee members executed
along with 12 persons of ministeri ministerial1
al1 ministerial1 rank. 9 army officials., 2 Krem
lin physicians, i air force chief
and. 12 "various," air in addition
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io me 18 security omcrais
; The late Andrei Vishinsky was
credited with the most kills.
As state prosecutor dunnr Stal
In's purge trials of .the 1930's, J8
out of. 20 defendants were executed
in the March, 1938 treason trial.
Two more personal were, executed
that same month.
Biggest name on the list was
Lavrentt Beria, Stalin's secret po
lice chief and minister of security,
His fan came after Stalin's death
On Dec, 23, 1953, it Was announced
that he and six associates had
been executed for high treason
after a trial.
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Moon is aiout one-fourth the
i SIZE OF THE EARTH.
MOON'S GAAVlTATIONAi v ftllA IS
ABOUT ONE-SIXTH THAT OF THE
EARTH.! A 200 POUND MAN WOULD
WEIGH LESS THAN 35 POUNDS, AND
WOULD BE ABLE TO PERFORM PRO PRODIGIOUS
DIGIOUS PRODIGIOUS FEATS OF AGILITY, ..
WHAT'S ON THE MOON? With all the' talk going around about man-reaching1 the moon,
the question is:. What will he find when he gets there? Scientists, who have studied the moon
over a distance of 240,000 miles for centuries,-describe it as a rugged, dusty, lifeless globe. It
has none of the earth's life-giving qualities, not even a,ir. In man's earliest -observationvllght
and, dark areas were detected. Dark areas were believed to be water. These areas were given
. the name "marja," or seas. Later investigation revealed them to be dry plains. Some ot the the-.
. the-. jTiana (see Newschart) are of tremendous size. Light areas on the mpon are mountain ranges
Among the most impressive sights, easily discernible through even low-powered telescopes, are
i the craters. Scientists are not in agreement as to what caused them. Some believe they are
i, the result of impact of meteors; others believe thejr were formed by volcanic activity in the
, centuries before the moon cooled. The moon is subjected to extreme temperatures, In the
. center of therlight, side, it reaches 214 degrees, about the boiling point Of water. Away from
the sun, it drops to 250 degrees below zero. r. A k 1 t j
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WODERN NEEDLEPOINT Tlnyr hut important In. the field 1
ef electronics, are these "semiconductors" being given a aolder
dipping at the Hughes Aircraft, Co: plant in Los Angeles.' Thc
hatpinlike items do the same work as much larger vacuum tubes "'
and play a major role in the miniaturization of electronics'
equipment so essential to guided missiles. They are also ex-
pected to find increasing use in household appliances, power
tools and the like. b:
Cops Think 2 Slain
Be Anasfasia Clue
Ttrtjcirv PTTV N..T.. Dec.
ttd Mm vnrk Citv police in
ct;0tori ttia slavine of two long
shoremen today for a possible
clue to the Oct. 25 murder or un
,otid chief Albert Amastasia,
ThA.''tuuHe. nf oatrick -(patty
the West) MarUgnetti, 45, wjio
had a 32-year criminal record,
and Marino Romito, 28, a former
Armv ski trooper and t onetime
Little League baseball coach, were
r .,, in a narkprt ear on a 'tuiet
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residential street yesterday by a
seven-year-old gin. ;
Bfti4'mi ; pnrricd membership
cards in Jersey City local 1247 of
the IntenuiUonal Lbngshoremen s
A.cnniatinnt"! Po'icft r Said DOth
were, reputed, to be gamblers.
Deputy new? xorK vuy yuu
r"nm missioned warier rm
the defoartment will T'make in
quiries ,4o .see v if they haver any
bearing on$the murder Qi 'Anas
.cii w will reauest'-informa
tion from .Teraev city authorities."
' v, Anastasia,2:'so a New Jersey
resident, was" slain in a New york
hotel barberhair by two mask-
nWihr Yne! had been beaten on
the head and shot repeatedly in
the face. Ten spent .32 cauber
shells were found in tne Dig csreen
sedan, which belonged to Romito.
Po'ke said an autopsy showed
the men had been deadrat least
thrbd days. They apparently .were
killed alsewhere. and the car was
parked later, in the residential
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Hunt For ,Vbu!rJ-Be I Siilcarno
Assassins Bags More Suspects
i Sometimes the employes get so
twbrty fringe benefits it leaves tt-
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The chamber also noted that
"the buying public is becoming
more price conscious
In this connection, the Chamber
vaid the most nf rht inrrrssp in
I December dollar volume over last
December would represent price
rr.iosts rawer tnan more goods
I.OCKPORT. N.Y. fUPJ
rrinting error cost the city
t :'i iiiiui
i Lockpcrt Xl.800 on water bi'l
l a rate card sent to Tows officials
IpcrU The city had hiked its rate
20 cents per 100 cubic feet, but
, is likely to walk 12 miles a month
-.f : earned we old rates, and of
- J course they paid as indicated.
Dawn Or Atomic Age UsherecJ In 15 rYears" Ago Today
CHICAGO. Dec. 2 UP) Fifteen
years ago today a group of sci scientists
entists scientists ushered in the atomic age.
rWi rim 9
team headed ty the late Enrico
Fermi put into operation the
world's first atomic "pile" and
acnieved the first self-sustaining
nuclear chain reaction.
The historic event, forerunner
of the atom and hydrogen bombs.!
iook pi ace in a aouasn court be beneath
neath beneath the west stand of S t a g g
r icia ai ue umvmuy oi Chica Chicago.
go. Chicago. .- t
- Fermi, the "archiVtct ef the
temic aie," is dead. The west
stand and the squish c e e r t
have been tern down and the, i
first pile or reaciar was de destroyed
stroyed destroyed years ago,
But across the street there now
stands a $12,500,000 basic research
building named for Fermi. It
houses the nation's largest private
ly supported study of the basic
science ef nuclear energy.. -Two
blocks -down the street Is
the university's medical and bio biological
logical biological research center, devoted to
applying the developments of nu
clear science to Uio study and
treatment of disease.
Dec. 2, 1042, wa -a" cold, r raw
day in Chicago and the second
day of World War IX gasoline ra rationing
tioning rationing in the nation There were
air battles over Tunisia and an
American nibmrne had sunk a
:(n t top secret ftnetallurjl ftnetallurjl-cal
cal ftnetallurjl-cal laboratonr beneath S t a
.Field, 42 scientists were station stationed
ed stationed eremd the world's first Du Duels
els Duels r pile, -a 21 feet cube ef
eraphite bricks nd uranium.
On a platform over a corner of
the pile stood a three man ?'sui-
cde squad" l ready to dash buck buckets
ets buckets of cadmium so'iitioa .over, the
reactor in event of a runaway re reaction.
action. reaction. ;
Dr. Norman Hillberry. iiow di
rector of Argonne National Labo
ratory, stood poised with an ax
ready to slash a rope nd release
cadmiunrt "safety rod'' suspend suspended
ed suspended Over the pile. ;
At precisely 3:25 p.m., Fermi
ordered the; main cuairol rod with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn another f o h t Counters
measuring the radioactivity click
ed : faster, finally reaching a
steady rattle that heralded man man-king's
king's man-king's first 'attempt to unlock the
power of the atom.
, "Threw Ja safety reds," Fer-
mi ordered, end the clatter i
fwtf. One; ef .' the sWt'sts
I:jrr.'d Fermi Bottle of tta- i
lion wine asd e chr arose. i
That first chaia reaction pro-!
duced less' power than is needed,
to illuminate a light bulb. (But it
marked the dawn el an era.
JAKARTA, Indonesia, Dec. 2
( UP) Security police today were
reported to have seized several
suspects in an intensive manhunt
for the assassins who missed Pres President
ident President Sukarno but caused death
and injury all around him at a
The unharmed President made
a nationwide broadcast urging .the
nation to keen calm and tnen sped
out of Jakarta by car flanked by
heavy guard in jeeps flashing
red lights. He was believed trav
eling to the. summer presidential
palace at Bogor,
Hospitals reported seven dead,,
104 persons, many of them school
children, were injured m the
hlasts of four grenades.
Three of the injured were mem
bers of the President s -palace
guard, r -
Intensify security Measures
In his radio address he ex
pressed his. sympathy fort he vie
tims and urged the country to in
tensify its security measures.
Let us all cling together in our
grief," he caid.
A witness told newsmen tnat at
the sound of the first grenade, one
of the President's personal guards
hurled the chief executive to the
ground in the school yard : and
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inieiaeu ms oouy wnu ma owo.
The -ares around the Tiikini ele
mentary school where the assassi
nation attempt occurred was. cor cordoned
doned cordoned off today. Motorists report
ed .roadblockatvanouspomtsin s
ed roadblocks at various points in
in the : capital- where every car
was being given a tcareful check.
Apparently, the assassination at
tempt had been well planned; The
President had gone, w the public
school with; two of h i a children
who" attend classes there. Cere Ceremonies
monies Ceremonies were- held fir connection
with' the' third anniversary 'of the
opening of the school ;. -:
. Crwd Around Sukarno
A crowd estimated in the hun
dreds pressed around Sukarno as
be emerged from the building to
enter his limousine.
Suddenly, a gun shot rang out. It
was believed to have been the sig signal
nal signal for the assassins.' '
Four grenades arched j throutrhl
the air in quick succession Shrap-
nei ripped tnrougn the densely I
packed bodies. In the confusion,!
uie anacKers escaped.
. There was, no official guess ait
io the reasons for the attack.
-TODAY! .7$ -.JO
S;00 4:50 v6:45 9:00 p.m
Too Many Triumphs to' Remember...
" Too Many Sins to forget?
Retired Civilian :
Dies In Hospital
i y .
Guy R.Athey, retired Civilian
empeye of the U.S. Army Motor
Transportation Division. died
Saturday night in gorgas Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. He was 66 years old.
Mr. Athey had been on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus since 1923 and bad been em employed
ployed employed with the U.S. Army un-
tu his retirement in 1951. Since
that time be had been making his
home in sacta Clara, Panama.
He was a veteran of World War
Surviving him .are his wife,:
Mrs. Louise A. Athey, and a bro-
ther, J. C. Athey, of Fairbourne. i
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