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PANAMA, R. P TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1957
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.cSfMETX. DAILY j
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. KETCH AS CATCH CAW- This 0 ft, auxiliary ketch, Wapl
-dt-lfl ajn. at public auction to be held at; the TJ s. District Courthouse at Anco,. The tails
liof thft vessel are1. In neerl f reuairi but oJ.her wise. i she Is considered to be in eood shane.'
' Prospective buyers may' get further details by calling
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rodan J Conferring With Workers, Employers
On Minimum Wage; Local 900 Spots Meetings
.".Conferences 'with-' employes'
'and employer' groups to ex explain,
plain, explain, the various aspects of the
Fait i labor r standards v Act
'popularly Jcnown as the -Minimum,;.
Wage Law -- are UMng
held this week on both sides of
the Isthmus oy William B. Gro-4
gan, Assistant la uv wage ana
Hour fend Public Contracts Ad Administrator
ministrator Administrator of ;theJUJ5..., Depart Department
ment Department of Labor.,
GrogiA will; oe &vaEable fach
morninp frcra 3 tn l ajn. In
the centcaJ Lv.t Office in Bal Balboa.,
boa., Balboa., : l r v
On tn Atlanta side, o-i-gan
will meet; witjtt. intfifested gmups
Tuesday and Thursday affet affet-noons
noons affet-noons fr jin 2 to 4 p.m. hi X'oora
312 of tnc Cristobal Administra Administration.
tion. Administration. BuiWifvj;s V ;
I Litera;ir? abbut tfcfi law r.Iso
may be ebtatetd at. these times
(ree of chaise. ..-,
In adtlul Grojan will kld
special meeting loniclit l
l.lrSO In the CrisUMi offke of
rLocl 960 for those persons em em-Ifiloyed
Ifiloyed em-Ifiloyed by agencies falling
"within the coverage or the
Fair Labor Standards' Act A
.similar ..meeting will be belfl
slater in Baihoa..
. Grogan said ycotorday that he
uelieves that the conference, be
lias helct. s-t 1( with various in interested
terested interested gronpai 1 in the canal
one on the application ot Uie
Jnew ruling, have beefi .' highly
successful. He has asked that
Uniployes nd cmployors who will
te affected bv the law call and
discuss any questions thv may
; ; 'mi
r ; All's Vanity
r LONDON, Dec. 'UP-A Brit-
sn doctor today came up with an
nswer to a que.nion that his long
jrazzled men what keeps lightly lightly-ilad
ilad lightly-ilad women, warm in winter. :
If s largely : vanity, said Sir
Adolphe Abrams in the new issue
J)f the medical journal the Prac Prac-4itioner.
4itioner. Prac-4itioner. i-v'-:-.? -'s
' J Sir Adolphe, consulting' physician
t Westminister Hospital, said that
ome contrary to what many
tnen think had no special layer
I fat to ; protect them ; against
winter's icy hlastg. ; A --
But i he said- tlat women did
and cp -fb p.o and privation
:ttef than men and seemed pre prepared
pared prepared .'t endure .cold, in frilly
wresse? ft mderclothes for the
Jake ef glamor. ; ,. -'
FOK S-A IL
tne u.' &
He may Vi reached at his Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Office in the Cenirar Labor
Office, Phone 2-3598.
. A direct representative of Act Acting
ing Acting Administrilor CLimire T.
Lundquist, Grosr.n arrived in The
Canal Zone la.st weeic to inform
employers and employes of he
provisions of tne tct u-fcJth became-
effective throughout the
Cabal Zone Nov, 29. v '.T-jf
Any person in the Canal
Zdne, regardhsa of his citizen
ship,, who is engaged in. of .pro .producing
ducing .producing goods for interstate com commerce,
merce, commerce, or whose worl: Is closely
related and directly cEwnriaj to
such production, is enliv'ed to
the benefits of the law.
The law does tiot tpply to
Government employes nor ta do-
Dallas Electrical Firm Has Low Bid
For Installing Remote Control In GZ
The A-Bright Electric Compa Company,
ny, Company, of Dallas, Texas, entered the
apparent low biL)f $833,837 for
furnishing and installation of
equipment for the remote con control
trol control operation of power plants
and substations in the Canal
Zone. "'.'"" ; ''-' v ':.'
Bids on the subject, -which is
the last major one included In
the 60-cycle conversion program,
were opened Monday afternoon
by Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr, En Engineering
gineering Engineering and Construction Di Director
rector Director in the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
Seven other contracting firms
from both the United States and
the Isthmus also -entered bids
ranging from $868,794 to $1,294. $1,294.-599.
599. $1,294.-599. They Included the Consoli Consolidated
dated Consolidated international Electric Co .1
of .New York, which last week
made a low bid for the Panama
Canal Locks conversion, and
which was recently awarded the
Pacific Area conversion contract
Other companies making bids
were Nucledyne Corporation of
Chicago,, I1U Hat G, Harrison
Overseas Corp., of Miami, Flori Florida;
da; Florida; L. I. Waldmari and William
Liebfried. Inc, both of Long Is Island,
land, Island, N.Y.; L. R. Sommer, BH-1
don. and the Electric Service Co..
of Panama. i
The remote control plan actu-i
ally is an extension, replacement
and centralization of one alrea
dy In effect In the Canal Zone
power system since all major
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vrVX be olJ on on4yrDec. 1
Marsnaj j, Kincaict at uaxooa
mestic and household workers.
Meanwhile, Local DOU, Al'SC Al'SC-ME,
ME, Al'SC-ME, AFL-CIO has drawn at attention
tention attention to the following meet meetings
ings meetings this week:
The meeting, with Grogan at
7:30 p.m. ut Local 300's Adantlc
side office. ..-
A meeting 1.' sche'dnied to be
held tomorrow night at 7:00 in
tne Paraiso service CuntPr for
employes nd their furollie?.
Another niceMnz wil' be held
at the Santa Cruz Service Cen Center
ter Center on Friday at 7:00 pm. for
employes And residents of Gam Gam-boa.
boa. Gam-boa. ; ' ;
Detailed reports on various ac activities
tivities activities will be iradu at these
meetings whin will be the lest
for this year.
substations are operated by re remote
mote remote control. This present equip equipment
ment equipment is to be replaced and ex extended
tended extended under the power conver conversion
sion conversion program.
Under the new system, the
operation of the two hydro
plants,, two of the three existing
diesel plants, all the main sub substations
stations substations will be handled through
a single control hoard at each
plant and will permit remote
control, metering, and supervi
ON THE BEACH
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Cited To Remon Trial Jury
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The "suspicious deaths' of two- individuals were called to the attention of the Jury of the
Remon assassination trial today by defense lawyer
Attorney Luis Morales Herrera, defense counsel for ex-cadets Jose E. Tejada and Luis C.
Hernandei, said Antonio Anguizola, a close friend of the slain President Jose A. Remon, and a
detective died under mysterious circumstances to keep them from telling what they knew about
the assassionation. i .
Morales Herrera followed Gulllermo Marques Brlceno, defense lawyer for alleged accom accomplice
plice accomplice Rodolfo de St. Malo, to the stand tor hh final address last night.
r mm .!..:. .u ..ir.j to. th aonnlttal nf ills p.licnt. was rrretfH hv a larfe crowd
of demonstrators as he left the
Shouting "vivas" and "freedom,- he was linen up to me
and borne for several blocks in the middle of the crowd.
Yesterday Minister of Govern Government
ment Government and Justice Max Heurte-
matte issued a communique
warnina- the nubile that the gov
eminent will act firmly to cope
with ahv attemnt to exercise co
ercion with regard to the assas
At the same time the commu
niclue appealed tothe' people to
observe "judicious, behavior" in
connection with oplbions regard
ing the tal. i v
Well-attended masses, spon
sored br relatives, and menda,
continue to be held? for the en
lightenment of -tne jury ana inc
freedom nf the defendants;
At the end Of service held In
La Merced church this morning,
the father of defendant Hernan-
Amr. marie n anneal' to the large
tatherlng ; which naa awenaea
he mass, : Asking them not to
make demonstration aeainst
mpmhem of the National Guara
who accompany the defendants
tq and jrom tne carcei Moaenj
He pointed out, tnat tne n auonai
Guards is only doing 1U duty.---.Th
def mjAJawVet contended
that rAnnU01s-Uiwnai ropsxwswflscu; sna nw i .duo
the President..t;the time f -thes several
sho6ng; died, mysteriously alter
being reporiea -ms recc-von"
from four injurle dn his urms
Christmas In US
Will Be Bigger
Than Ever Before
wASHTNr.rOM f up v 'Ameri
cans appear to be headed toward
the biggest Christmas snotroing
binge ever this year, the tt. S.
Chamber' of Commerce predicted
The chamber said December' re
tail sales are expected to nit
about 20 billion dollars, topping
last year's total by 600 million
despite some recent tapering off
in the economic boom.
It conceded that rises in un unemployment
employment unemployment and a sag in the stock
market may have made Christ-
ma! shoppers "a little mere cau cau-tioi
tioi cau-tioi about opening their nurses.
iBut. the chamber said. "Chances
are when the Christmas fever sets
in, December sales should be the
biggest yet, or at least tied for the
first Place with 1956."
It listed the poimlatron Increase
and large Christmas club savings
as among the factors which
would lead to heavy buying this
sion of all Important functions
of each station. , v'
The control board, to be locat located
ed located in the Central Control Room
at the Balboa Substation will
have meters, Including lights,
and operating control switches
to regulate the operation of the
whole system. -
The successful contractor will
be given approximately two years
in which to Install the new con control
trol control system.
f tier HJmi 4 bit
vicinity of the court building
and legs, injuries which Morales
Herrera said could not have
caused his death.
In addition, he said Anguizola
a rich Chiriqul cattleman, was
constantly attended to by two
doctors who declared him out of
danger the day bef ore he died of
Morales -Herrera read the re
port of the autopsy which was
conducted 30 minutes after An-
gulzola's death and argued that
his death was not scienuncauy
established because the dead
man's organs were not examined
to establish whether he naa neen
elven an in lection wnicn-acci
dentally or; willfully caused his
Morales Herrera also referred
to the death of detective Oallieo
Ferrabone who had liivestigated
the actions of one Of the two
women who were talking to the
President when he was shot
The lawyer declared, that Fer
rabone. died m a suspicious nign-
way atcident, because -the au-
lopsxjusuwcu.- inaii...nis' i ooay
blow froin, a -sharp instrument:
He flatly declared tnat Ferra-
pone, like Anguizoia,, was uvea to
silence him. because ne knew
something about the assassina assassination.
tion. assassination. He also declared that "there
are many strange things" about
the case and cited testimony by
Remon's bodyguards and other
eyewitnesses that tne shots
which cut down the President
and his party came from four
However, he said, the ptosecu
tion insists that only one ma ma-chlneeun
chlneeun ma-chlneeun was fired bv a lone at
tacker. and has made no attempt
to verify the testimony given by
the late President's bodyguards.
Morales Herrera also referred
to testimony by alleged trigger
man Ruben O. Miro and his fel
low defendants Telada and Her
nandej that the weapon sold by
TeiiidR to Miro was an mm
machine nlstol of German man
ufacture with a swastika that
was plainly visible.
He xhowed the jury the rec
ords of the case which refers to
two nhotoeranhs of a machine-
gun identified by Tejada being
attached. The lawyer established
tq the jury that the pictures
a memorandum written re
npnt.lv bv Telada was read to the
jury by Morales Herrera. In the
memorandum xejaaa conwnu.
l The machineeun he sold to
Miro did not nave a Darrei irom
another gun uxe tne one intro
duced as the muraer weapon.
Schools Sup t.
Sigurd E. Esser
Back To Work
Shrurd E. Esser. Superintend
ent of the Canal Zone Schools,
returned to his duties Monday
after recovering from a severe
Illness. He scent several weeks in
Gorgas Hospital and recently has
been convalescing at his home.
During his absence, Roger W.
Collinge. -Assistant Superintend Superintendent
ent Superintendent of Schools, acted as Super
NtriMif,"wiTvvrt. If 'tin
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snuumers Dy ruUp ji men
2 The gun only had one dent
instead of three like the muraer
3 He never Identified the gun
he sold to Miro asa schmelsser
and that has always Insisted that
it was an 8 mm machinegun.
Morales Herrera produced the
labels off the boxes of ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition Telada had for the gun he
smuggled out of Guatemala and
showed the Jury that they were
plainly markea "8 mnimeier.-'
Morales Herrera is the fifth
defense lawyer to take the stand
in the final phase of the tmi
He is expected to taks all day
todav for hi final address.
He will be followed bv Rodrigo
Molina, defense lawyer for for
mer cadet Camllo Gonzalez,
whose acquittal has been re requested
quested requested by, prosecuting .attorney
Francisco Aivaraoo Jr.
Reina del Pafcb
Expected Jo iaiiy
-with' a new n'roneller added, to
replace the one lost at sea, the
passenger ship ReiHa del Pacifi Pacified
ed Pacified is now ready to sail to the
Pacific coast of South America
sometime this afternoon.
' The British-flar shin which
was the first to be drydocked In
Balboa with all of Its passengers
aboard, left the drydock this
morning for pier 7. She is ex expected
pected expected to sail after 2 P-m,
No estimates were available to
day as to the cost of installing
the six-ton propeller which was
brought here from England
aboard the British ship Salines
The Relna's owners. Royal Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Steam and Navleatlon Com
pany were committed to Day
S25.6O0 minimum fee for opening
the Balboa aryaocx.
The 415 passengers, who lived
on their ship since FrJdrv while
repairs were competed, "en-t
sightseeing in the city during
Not Guilty Pleo
Entered In Death
Of CZ Policeman
A plea of not guilty was en
tered today in TJ S, District court
at Ancon by John ArchiDo.a,
who is charged with the invol
untary mans'avgntor or oanai
Zone policeman George F Na-.
The tall, -sleindnr aerenaant
was released on $500 ball after
the case was continued w tne
January term for setting.
. The 25-vear-oln Panamanian
defendant is thargsd with driv
ing the car which smeswipea
Nadeau's motorcycle on uci. in.
The policeman died as a result
of injuries sustained in tne ac accident
cident accident which occurred on Gail Gail-lard
lard Gail-lard Highway.
Attorney woorow ae uasiro
entered his appearance as Ar Ar-chibold's
chibold's Ar-chibold's lawyer
Both tht iMJvcrnmeK ana ine
defendant waived a jury trial.
Arch1bo!d works for a con
tractor in the Zone.
the Best-Selfing Nove) by Nevil Shute
"Bawl "Wkr tMi
iwr CMatrics tM m 10 tfcMii Mitl wmwi
wi UU Wm. tw. g ,T J nm e.
Coco Solo Made
The Navy has been authorized tq make availably
immediately to the Canal Zone Government Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company 280 sets of quarters at Coco Solo.
,They comprise 128 sets of officers' quarters, and 152
sets of enlisted men's quarters. ;
Commissary, theatre and clubhouse facilities will
also be handed over to the Canal under the same tem temporary
porary temporary permit. V
The quarters will be available on a basis of seniority
to all A.tlantic-size employes of the Company-Govern-rrteY.r.
The Canal expxers to be able now to provide quar-T
ters for all employes being evacuated from New Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal under the US-RP treaty provisions, plus those families
now living in bachelor quarter! in Gatun. '-
It will be the biggest-ever single population shift on
the Canal Zone,
There were hone so big during
the quarters replacement pro-
Thopgh.toe Navy- flounced.
ance vl. -st TXfuyviiMy V"""r-
honrt Avtr th nuariers. u vane
has been fixed by the Canal; for
the beginning, of the move into
Coco Solo. '
Unofficlally. early January has
been previously menwuncu.
Capt. A. R. SJ,: Angelo. acting
commandant of the 15th Naval
For Theft Of Reel
- Because Hr, stole a fisolng reel
in violation of the terrrs of his
probation imposed two yoars a-
go. a panamavai wieni
dav was sprit to serve 18 months
in the namho-i penitentiary
"I pave you a chance o:ve he
fnr hut vou brokn the law any
.Tndi?e Guthrie F. Crowe
told Pablo janiUi in U S- Dis
The defe'ndar-t pleaded 4hat
he stole the 520 reel belonging
tn Pfirmccio Anas Ji- m
Balboa pier on Nov; wwu
he was '"desperately m
cash" to helo his sick wife.
He told the court tntt Mnce
his biimlarv conviction In 1955
he had made res'hution of mon money
ey money he stole at chat time, and
that stnn; then he hasn't hen
conne -vd with anything crimi
Said the Judge r
"Certainly the thrft of a val
uable reel is being ponnocieu
with sonathing crimineJ. I let
you en when you were caughi
trespassing ir the commissary
last year, but no v you'v--' euc euc-rAe
rAe euc-rAe m breaking the law
Ordering the revocation of his
probation, Judge Crowe then
sent jardin to the penitentiary
to serve out ms is monin stn stn-tence.
tence. stn-tence. It had teen imposed on
Oct. 4, 1955 for breaking into a
Canal Zone home and- stealing
$210. Restitution of the money
has been made by the aeienaant.
District received word today j
from the Chief of Naval Opera- t
tions, Adm. Arleigh Burke, that
the interim Coco Solo agreement
negotiated between Canal .Zona
Govm '''tffrritx Ti'4jpr, Adrt.'"
Congressmen Confer ;
With Heights Slaff;
To Inspect Hospitals
Seven members of a congres
sional subcommittee which held
a public hearing yesterday, to- ;
day were busy conferring with
Panama Canal officials at Bal
Headed bv Ren. Leon or Sulli
van (D-Mo.), the group from the
House Merchant Marine and
Fisheries Subcommittee"on Pan
ama Canal Affairs, had two ses sessions
sions sessions slated todav with Gov, Wil
liam E. Potter and members of
Yesterday they heard griev
ances from several representa representatives
tives representatives of employe groups, a Canal
Zone schoolteacher and labor
men at a three-hour bearing in
the Balboa Theater.
Tomorrow they will inspect
Gorgas and Corozal hospitals in
the morning, ana will discuss fu future
ture future hospital plans and problems
in the afternoon with Canal of officials.
ficials. officials. The eroup, the second to hold
hearings on the Zone within one
week, is slated to remain on tht
Isthmus until the end of the
Panama Line Ships
To Leave Cristobal
Two Hours Earlier
The Panama Line ships will
leave Cristobal two hours earlier
than presently scheduled, begin begin-nina
nina begin-nina with the northbound sail
ing of the Cristobal on Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Dec. 11, it was announced
With this change the ships
will sail from Cristobal at 1 o'
clock in the afternoon instead or
3 o'clock as under the old sched
The change la Being maae S7
the shine can arrive earlier in
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and sail
on a fixed departure hour.,Th
new schedule provides for the
Panama liners to arrive In Port-au-Prince
between 11 ajn. and
noon and sail at 6 o'clock In the
Under the new schedule pas passengers
sengers passengers may start boarding ships
at 11:30 odock m tne morning
of the day of departure and they
will be servea luncn aooara aoua
Pacific side residents must aa-
vance tneir aeparture wm ay
train with the new sailing hour
of l o'clock. Instead of leavteg
on the midday train and arriv
ing in time to sau. tney.mu?
leave on the mid-morning train
which leaves Balboa Heignts sta station
tion station at 10 o'clock in the momir 1
and arrives In. Colon at 11:2.
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER J. 1957
r AGE TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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THIS l YOUR PORUM THI RiADIRS QWH COLUMN
The Ma iklbl eeee '"" eaeee ef T A"5rt"1
Letters are raiv4 aratefuny in4 ere eaoil "holty coafWantUI
if... mA,utm a tartar aWt be Imeatiaat rl doese't appaat the
eat Jay. Utters ara eualUhed la tha erear marred.
Please try ta kaap (ha letters limited la ana Ml laaeth.
Ideality at lette? writers MM In tfrlctatt aeefidence
Thii aawsaaper assumes no responsibility fat statements ar opinions
expressed ia lattara fram imtitn.
THE MAIL BOX
VIVA SOME C0P5I
w,.u kav. t rorf fthouf. terk DCilicemcn. and none of It good,
but for my nm-M.LL WASTES
behind tne steering wneeis wi ui,a io.w
Panama license plates. 1 am also Jerky occaslonaljy for 1 too
v,.v. h..n atoDDed and chewed but good and deservedly. I dion t
--rI- i-v.r-. ronrlvolo lie Til hu.Vf VOUr
r.nrao rsn lain r.uuuer wilii ouui f feuwiM o
Job because I'm a friend or Potter's or "I'm a GS-125 and a
n tha will" nr "Mv nubbv is a commissioned onicer
ti,. lii.. r.ffioir sr iiolniy a line lob. but why don t tney
U take a week's vacation and let these monkey Jerks commit
mayhem and slaughter each ctner uae a nug eais
The police are in the ame baat us tho military tney are
only. wanted when there is a mad dog or som3 dictator fixing to
slaughter the civilians.
t'va hen to lots of places and I've nevor seen a cleaner,
amoother-operating police force. Let them continue doing a fine
lob protecting the small fry and keeping us little and Dig Jerks
dflving and obeying traffic regulations, for I'm too young to be
a highway fatality.
Tha' nn romnarison between the smoothness and eiricien
cy of Canal Zone Police and the Gestapo tactic-less MPs who
i-im-Mant thA fre world and the srood neighbor policy at sun
dry checkpoints. These MPs shuold listen to CFN on the subject
Ol Uiverservice meaaaiuy, niatca-i vi uiuii ui
r rnnf)nmnt for those Dlcked ud on an ou-limits street. I'm
broke, but I'll still award a five cent Confusion Button to anyone
who knows when and where he', off limiU.
Cod Bless You All
Seems as though everyone is s gainst the Boys in Blue. I
think we should be proud of them. I've been many places and
found few policemen who are, on the whole, as courteous, coop cooperative
erative cooperative and friendly.
I don't know why those Mail Box gripers got their warnings
and tickets, but more than likely tbey deserved them, or worse.
Personally, if I were a cop I'd hand out a few more. I ve seen
drivers in the canai zone speea, weave, tuivs win uu nanus
(their hands were apparently busy talking), looking orr to uioua
, and so on. Unfortunately my car acorn nappen to De equip
ped with two-way radio or I'd turn them in myself.
A cop's job is no picnic for any ol the guys, especially when
a great many of those "Jailbaits" are out to prove that the law
was made for the other guy. No. by cony, I'm an ior tne cops,
Keep it up, guys. I'll always feel irate :.s long as you're around.
! : A Buddy
"""I, COCKROACHES, TAXES AND SO FORTH
Thank you for publishing my 'etter of Nov. 25. Frankly, I
never expected it to see tne Hgiu or print. Thi3 letter, too, is
earmarked for Percy, whose column of Dec. 1 1 read with interest.
1 In answer to my Question as to how nany US citizens would
sit down for being bossed by folks of West Indian descent, he
ays: Each ana every one 01 tnem, 1 snouia nope
Note the "hope." That's no answer. Percy can hope, but
can tell him that under such conditions the exodus of the US-
citizen-workers would be similar to that of the cockroaches
which flee our maid's room each time my wife sprays the joint.
1 The Potman points out that local raters pay tax to Pana
ma on the money they earn from Uncle Sam. True; but it Is a
mere tithe compared to what US-raters kick In to Uncle Sam.
While on this sad subject, I should like to add that this arrange
ment is a disgrace.
It Is my understanding that North Americans working in
Panama pay tariff on their wages to the Republic. Okay, that's
lair enougn. wny m neii, then, snouian t Panamanians deriv deriving
ing deriving their stipends from the US government pay tribute to same?
Just another example, 1 suppose, of Panama's greed and Uncle
'; Speaking of working In Panama, I know a g.11 who works for
the Panama American, so I did a bit of checking. Asked her if
it were true that three of the seven members of your editorial
taji are negroes.
' u-.itat.H m.imcnt don't know why and then
nodded emphatically "yes." I asked her if, In the course of her
Journalistic chores, she ever was required to take orders Irom a
J . 'j. tju- n..n.nt P.nlv 'Tf.rtntnlv some-
i senueman 01 weov jhuhh -r-. --
times. If the editor Is off Jaunting somewhere in the wilds.
"Do you resent this?" l asked. Her auswer was an unequivo
I wasn't doing too well at pulltn Percy apart, so I became
craftier. "Do you think this sometime-dose of yours is smarter
: than you? I quenea. ene seemea a m, uw. uj uy no.
WelL not precisely," she hedged, "but of course I'm kind of
i. prejudiced about myself. Anyhow, that's not a fair question.
w'v. nvr enmDared IO's. Besides. In the Job world a lot de
pend on seniority, familiarity with the work and the locale,
and other circumstances;-
Not a very satisfactory ainwer from my viewpoint. But
then, while I shall not divulge this lady's identity, I can reveal
that she halls from a northern clime and is an ardent Republi Republican.
can. Republican. I might have known the dice would be loaded. My final
stab was to ask her who Percy really is. She wouldn't tell me.
"Is he a Negro?" I asked.
"No," she replied wltn treat finality. And that was ill I
could pry out of her. Females re u great trial.
. I hope Percy does not take my theories personally. I like his
column, most of the time, and might even like him if he'd get
off his propaganda platform. I'd like to tell him tills:
I was born down here. I've Hed among second generation
. west Indians all my life, in the mam tney are a smiuess, iazy,
untruthful, thieving lot. If the domestic busts a dish she either
hides the pieces and disclaims ail knowledge of the mayhem or
ays It Just "jump off the shelf while I was ironing."
; Too stupid, of course, to realize that by admitting she
broke a platter her only punishment would be the mild observa
tion, "well, accidents will nappen."
If a corral driver borrow $5 from a white man, he has no
Intention of paying it back. It waant meant to oe a loan, In
. hU eyes just a nantwrat nr)r.
-r Panama Is a country popuiatea yrcuyiuunwjr
with asnrlnkJlng of tarbrush questionable and a smattering of
err brunette whites. Doesn't Percy ever wonder why:
; '' 1) If an important hunk of inacn.ncry, ucn as uw ubjs
. Za. r.nair it haj. to bo fixed In tha Zone?
? r Tti) in an assassin's bullet has to be vetted, the Canal Zone
roue must be cauea in?
By VICTOR RIESEL
Richard Nixon walks through
tins moment of pirn history with
many friends but virtually none
are labor, leaders. To report that
nis reiauonsnip w:tn influential u
nion chiefs is at rts coolest is to
With tha Prasldant ill and
Dick Nixon most certainly di
racting much of thj pondaroui
bahind-tha icenat gevernmant
macninary, tnis cooirast may
break into wide epan feuding
This could wall dittrupt a little
known working arrangement
tonvi of tha national labor
loaders have had with tha
Out of this arrangement h a
come agreement .on many issues
including new laws to end the
labor abuses reported in scorching
headlines this past year. Such
laws can be passed only if there
is tne kind of informal meeting
of minds which comes from cor
dial conversations between a few
powerful leaders of two tradition
ally opposing forces the Re
publican Party and the national
labor movement, in this case.
Such laws could come only
from compromise developed in a
miable off-the-record talks. Such
laws would not survive a knock
down fight in Congress if they did
not have the backing which
Dwight D. Eisenhower privately
promised to give them.
There were such talks between
Mr. Eisenhower and Georce Mea
ny, AFL CIO president,, it is re
ported. Afeany has been on ex
tremely cordial terms with the
President. He has gone to the
White House both on business and
Indeed, an tha night tha
President became ill, Meany
was one of .the special guests
at tha dinner for King
..Mohammed V, of Morocco
Certainly Mr. Eisenhower invit
ed Aleany over because the labor
chief has had considerable hi'
fluence in keeping Morocco, and
Tunisia too, on America's side.
iBut Meany also came as a friend.
I here is no such relationship
with Richard Nixon. This is not
the fault of either Nixon or Mea
ny. Nixon, as recently as a few
weeks ago, for example, sought
out some of the top officials of
the AFL-CIO. Nixou had worked
with them on many projects. He
nao cooperated with them in the
campaign to integrate Negro
workers into any plant with con contracts
tracts contracts from the government. There
might have been an easing of the
feud with the vice president which
began when some union delegates
booed him during his address to
the 1953 AFL convention.
But than Nixon etocided to
swing into tha New Jersey a.
lectian campaign against Dem Dem-ecratie
ecratie Dem-ecratie Gov. Robert Miyntr,
That was his duty as he sew
it. But the national labor lead leaders
ers leaders took e dim view of the
Vio President's speeches. Hour
after hour he seamed to attack
the labor people in all his talks
during his swing through the
Just a few days' ago, as a re result
sult result of this campaign, the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO delcared open was on Nixon.
Their words are strong. They al always
ways always are in the labor press. But
they are nonetheless significant,
despite their anger. In the Nov.
23 edition of the AFL-CIO News,
official publication of the 16,000,
000 member deferation, there ap appears
pears appears the following in the eidto eidto-rial
rial eidto-rial column obviously not with without
out without the approval of labor's nation national
al national chiefs:
". . .Vice President Nixon
toured the state seeking to exploit
the McClellan Committee hearings
by talking vaguely about "racke
teers although he never pre precisely
cisely precisely said that the Jersey pro pro-Meyner
Meyner pro-Meyner leaders were among the
'racketeers . .Instead of curling
up under this protracted and in
tense assault, most leaders of
New Jersey labor recognized that
they were faced with what a-
mounted to a campaign of black
mail an effort to drive them
out of the political field.
'They redoubled tneir expendi
tures of energy and manpower.
They rallied more and more peo
ple to work before the election
and on election aay 10 gei laoor s
story told to the voters and to
get the voters to the polls."
Behind ne scenes mere were
conferences which spoke of a
constant fight on Nixbn. The Jer
sey camnaien neutralized four
years of Nixon's efforts to set up
some king of working arrangement
with the labor leaders.
But the chill has set in and it
will take more than the heat of
fast moving history tc men it.
NEA Sarvica, Inc.
Walter Wmchell In Mew York
MAN ABOUT TOWN
The Eddie Fishers (Dehbie Rey
nolds) shrug off the persistent
patter... So should alleged pals.
Dolores Dorn Heft introduces
Franchot Tone as "my husband."
That's what the Col'm said months
ago, but they never affirmed or
denied. (Whyzat?)... Phyllis Me
Guire (of Those Sisters) as found
new love. A multi millionaire
via machinery... Sister Dorothy
and Husband are experimenting
apart... Pat Ward (star Jill in the
Jelke case) is honeymooning in
Acapulco with her n;w Miami me
dico mate... Don Larsen (the
Yankees No-Hitter star) and Nan
cy Taylor 'the Birdland elggie
beaut) have Struck Out... Don't
invite Tallulah and "Ziegeld Fol
lies" sketch writer Arnold Hor
witt to the same orgy. Loathe
each other... A top contender for
the GOr momnation for N.Y.
Gov. was just dropped from the
the list because of his involvement
a hot Washington scandal.. The
rape scene in "Peyton Flace is
the cl'osest the screen has come
to the real thing... Promient pub
lie officials will be embarrassed
learning that the director of their
Park Ave. place of worship has
been named as a Communist Par
ty member who invoked the 5th.
Mane McDonald was rushed to
Lenox Hill Hosp., canceling her
zingy, big time act at the Per Persian
sian Persian Room.
Jeff Donnell (Aldo Ray's form
er wife) has her next groom se
lected. Businessman John Brick-
er, now unlatching. His firm slug
ging match between Phil Silvers
trouper '"Dobermsn" and Henry
Morgan outside a midtown hotel.
Two Fridays ago... Bobo's new
est beau-beau is a handsome tra
vel agency exec... Ex Viplomat
Joseph (Mission to Russia) Da vies
and Dale Hope, a newsgal, are
breathless as a Smirnoff vodkati-
Marlon dodged the press by
using the name of a pal, Jess
Brown (at the Elysee Hotel), be
fore taking calls... Susan Kohner
11 i .1 1 1 J
may inneru me leaning nay roie
Love Me Little. Every young
actress hoped to in It... The Wal
dorf's Claude Philippe asked Lisa
Kn-k: "When you ready to open?
.Toast: "Heres to It! Here's to
Us! And to Hell With Them!"
J dont wonder. I know.
Canal Zone Brat
C -Veil the Canal Administration has another feather in Its cap
t:the expense of the employes. I refer to the United Fund.
il have never been held up at the point of gun, but I know
n&w It fela to be held up.
- Z Thej should feel proud. gUck Vp
1 In the middle of the ancient
,'dty of Rome, there was a sa sa-'
' sa-' crarium of Mars, the legendary
'god of battle, in which his sa sacred
cred sacred spears were kept. When a
l war broke out it was the duty
iof the consul to nake these
cpears and cty: "Mars, wake
'up!"' If the rpears moved by
themselvM. it was considered
'a bad omen. ;
BriUnnica Jr. Encyclopaij
Must -Memos of a Colyumist
Between Hollywood Planes: There
are "only two words to describe
the star of "Jamaica"... Lena
Home... Best song by Harold Ar Ar-len
len Ar-len in that show: "Coconut
Sweet"... Noel Coward's "Nude
With Violin" comedy at the Be Be-lasco
lasco Be-lasco is attracting all the swank
carriage trade. He is on stage
almost throughout standing!
Fastest line: "He doesn't know
bis Picasso from his elbow! "..A
delighful show iu himself... Luba
Malins's performance is inter interrupted
rupted interrupted by hefty hundclapping..Har hundclapping..Har-ry
ry hundclapping..Har-ry IBellaionte's thrilling version of
"The Saints Come Marching In"
at the jam packed Empire Room
in the Waldorf... Freddy Alonso's
El Morroco Lathi band "sending"
the crowd with "Coca Saco," an
exciting manbo beat.
They keep saying what we re reported
ported reported long ago: That Cwen Ver
don and "New C-iil in Town"
cihoreographer Bob Fosse will
blend any weekend. Why poi poison'
son' poison' such Y lovely friendship?
...The producer ef Cempulr
sion" was forced to release au author
thor author Meyer Levin's royalties
which ware withheld. The legal
action in this unpleasantness
will be messy. One of the cast
will get real .turt... If a son
for tha D. Shelley s (Martha Slo Slows
ws Slows rt) at St. John's Hospital
(Santa Monica)... Te All TV-Re-dio
Stations: We menat in Mex Mexico
ico Mexico (not the U.S.) regarding ra radio
dio radio getting (7 perrant ef ad
money. (So sardi)... Recom Recom-mended:
mended: Recom-mended: The new Luau spot en
E. 57th... Broadway .Literature
From "Go Slow, Joe," a Yip
Harburg lyric in "Jamaica":
"Love is. a long goodbye."
June Havoc's new play, "One
Foot in the Door," had an unhap
py Boston Welcome, posted tne
notice as soon as the reviews ap appeared...
peared... appeared... Lucy Depew becomes
Mrs. Chas. Carpenter. He's a slave
at the J. Walter Thompson Co....
The NY. Mirror's Philip Strass-
berg and Vivian Cleman (ex-
Rmiyon Fund staffer) will wed
in the Summer... U.S. Senate Co
unsel Robert Morris, a Red kill killer,
er, killer, may run for the slain Ana sta
sia was going to die of cancer,
anyhow. Not true (One of his
kin.) The court was seeking AA's
advice on the kin's trial editors:
Frank Costello does not have CA.
Inside the Communist Poddy:
The Morton Sobell Committee (con (convinced
vinced (convinced that the highest court will
no longer consider an appeal) will
work for Exec- Ceimency. Red
leadrs convene here Dec. 1st to
decide on a course of action. So
bell merely helped the electric
chair'd Rosenberg theft our
torn and missile secrets, etc. .Red
leaders are fretting over "Worker"
subscriptions in the Chicago area
dropping 43.9 p.C last year. They
can't ngger wny. (Because it is
so dee you-double ell). U.S. At-
tjr Paul Williams will move for
trial of a Leftist' magazine of
ficial. The charge: Obstruction of
Justice... The next "secret meet
ings of the Nat'l Executive Com
mittee of the Communist Poddy
wnl be (neheheh) December 20th,
21st, 22nd... The first of many
"secret" sessions in Seattle (to
teach basic Marxism) was held
on Thursday night, Nov. 14th,; at
a home on Sycamore Street. Nyet
Cisele MseKenzhj's reply to.
an interviewer en if She steeps
well: "When I douse the lights
end close my eyes then the
mwsreel startsl Sound-e
likes: The new song, "You
Send Me," and the aria, "Vissi
D'Arti," from Tesca... Sports
I Mutt rated was betren by sister
Time mag's alleged cover-jinx.
The' sports meg' cover trumpet
ed "Why 0 kl e h e m a Cannot
Lose" the same week that
team's 4e-game winning struak
was snapped' by Notre Dame
...Medical Journals report e doc
tor et Phoebe Deaconess Hos Hospital
pital Hospital e'd Harvard Medical Schol
(Boston) has developed e pill
to be taken orally. Supposedly
prevents getting preggy the
medico is e Catholic... Elaine
Shape rd is flying te her Colonel Colonel-husband
husband Colonel-husband et the So. Pole... Ar Ar-thur
thur Ar-thur Leurents in stewing in
Manhattan waiting for his col col-Isobar
Isobar col-Isobar (Jerome Rebbins) te
leave the Virgin Isles. Their
alleged ifriends say tho Islands
ere not big enough for them...
Denmark's teen urgers have
e new fad, Dad... White' lisps-stick.
WASHINGTON When V likable
Sen. Lyndon Johnson of Texas
called a galaxy of brass hat ex
perts on missiles and satellites
to testify before tho TV cameras
and the Senate Preparedness
Committee, he began one of the
most important bente probes in
years. It's vital tot he defense
of the nation.
But some of Lyndonfe colleag
gues. who in the Pi.st have given
mm the nickname ,"Lyuv uown
Lyndon," have their fingers cros
sed regarding the final result.
Reason for their skepticism is
Johnson's pattern of nrobins in
the past. For some time he has
been chairman of the Senate Pre
paredness Committee,' yet he has
held no very important probes in
recent years. And when he did
run mto two dynamite laden
scandals he suppressed the facts.
One' was his Investigation of
gangsterism on the New Jersey
waterfront where the U.S. Army
lost millions of dollars by hiring
gangsters. Johnson never did pub publish
lish publish this report, even fired the
two investigators. Downey Rice
and George Martin, who prepared
GENERAL MOTORS -PROFITS
The other was his probe of air
plane profits, showing that the
Allison Motors Division of Gener
al Motors made Sabre Engines for
the Air Force in 1950-51 at a pro
fit of 39 per cent.
They did this by charging a 10
or 12 per cent profit by one GM
subsidiary, then a profit by the
next GM subsidiary, then anoth another
er another profit by the third GM subs!
While lagging far behind In
Sabre production, General Motors
executives..had time to get houses
and barns built for themselves at
cost by a construction company
domg business for the .govern-
ment Huber, Hunt, and .Nichols,
Daniel Babacock. chief ensineer
for GM's Allison Division, got
a 131,000 home built for S15.800.
Edward B. McNeil, a GM vice
president, got an air condition
ing system installed at cost $3,-
890.18 GM official I.E. Settle got
a barn built at cost.
All these facts were eensored.
Johnson's investigation of the
New Jersey -waterfront likewise
was suppressed, though later Go
vernor Dewey's crime commission
revealed some of the shocking
Jonhson's probers found that
after the Army took over Jersey
City's Claremont Terminal, dock
workers "Played ooker on Army
time, shot ,dice, bribed,, pilfered,
peddled' dope.and amused them themselves
selves themselves by crashing Army fork-
lifts into each other all under
the nose of the Army Engineers.
The Army contract with Dade
Brothers, Inc., was so lucrative
that in four weeks alone Dade
'Brothers pocketed a profit of
$281,876.33, according to Johnson
The night hiring boss in charge
of loading Army cargo was John
Denoia alias Johnny Dule, form former
er former proprietor of Duke's Tavern,
underworld hangout for Joe Ado Adonis,
nis, Adonis, Anthony Anastasia and Willie
Senate investigators for JohhsdS
checked the Dadu Brothers payj
roll against rogues' gailery phoio
graphs and liscoverea more than.;
30 so called longshoremen with
criminal records. j.
COOPERATIVE, JOHNSON :J
Johnson, however, never made!
this report public. He showed it
to the Army and told them tit,
clean up.. .-..
' :t 'if
In this way the Army was sav
ed embarrisslng publicity. But un
derworld conditions on the New
Jersey waterfront continued.
Johnson made no effort to tunc
the healthy spotlight of publicity
on this situation and bis report -gathered
dust in Senate files until
some oinnsenaie colleagues
asked about it after Governor De
wey's crime commission started
a real cleanup.
Johnson claims he can get mot
accomplished by quietly going to
the armed emces when he finflj'
something wrong and asking then
to clean up. Frequently, ; thia-I
works. ."!-. -" s
-. '- J :
Invariably also, the irateful arm-
ed services will do anything under
the sun for the thoughtful Lyndon
after one of these Quiet talks
such as giving him free airplane
rides back and forth to Texas,
or putting the Air Medical Re Research
search Research Center at Randolph Field
Texas, after Secretary of the
Air Force Talbott hsd ruled that
it was to be elsewhere.
The delay and paperwork in involved
volved involved in switching the Medical
Center cost the taxpayers around
$100,00. But Lyndon's heart beats
for Texas and he got the Center
located right in the heart of Texas.
Republicans on the Senate Pre Preparedness
paredness Preparedness Committee have al
ready pretty much decided that
Charlie Wilson win take the rap
for the missile snafu. They figure
this will keep the' scandal Jroih
going any higher up... The' man
who should have handled the mis missile
sile missile probe is Sen. Stuart Syming
ton of Missouri, who has lived
and breathed missiles for years;
He was the first Secretary, of the
Air Force, long ago warned the
nation that the Eisenhower admi
nistration was falling dangerously
Symington heads a subcomit-
tee which was all set to probe'
missiles, but Johnson, who rules
Senate Democrats without bene-
fit of Democratic caucuses, de
creed that the probe should' be
taken, awav from Svminfftott..He)
has given Symington a chance far "i
appoint two invesuirawri
vor Gradner and Steve Leo. Al "':
first Johnson seemed leery about'"
letting jsstes Kauver, anotner
great Senate prober, get too mucV1
in the limelight. But he called Ke-
fanver, asked him to postpone a
hearing featuring Walter Reuthef 1
on inflation, scheduled for Nov.
25. Two Senate headline investfr,
gauons, ne indicated, snouid not
V competing with each other. Ker.1. :
fanver complied postponed Reuth-
er... Kefauver and Symington are
members of the Senate Armed Ser
vices Committee and have been
asked by Johnson to specialize on
some phases of the missile probe.
2 nicT Drrrncn
Large Shipments of
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Isn't "Pat" Helberg (Miss Swe Sweden
den Sweden of 8 years ago) secretly mar
ried to industrialist Walter Ganz?
Happened 2 months ago)... Mil Milton
ton Milton Berle's big hit aide at the
Latin Q. (Betty George) has an another
other another beau. Socialite J. Wilbur
Sell, Canadian pulp 'and paper
magnate.;. One ol the toD realtv
firms may find itself in the elara
of underworld headlines. (Alleged
link to mobs)... The "Walter Win Win-chell
chell Win-chell File" (AlBC-TV) will be sand-
wiched between "Jim Bowie"
Frrst Winter Book on next year's
Kentucky Derby due in Febwee)
is expected to ake -Misty
Flight" a 3-to-l pe. with Liz Ar-
den's "Jewel's Reuard" and
Old Pueblo" 2nd choice... The
papers said there were 60 hood
lums at that up-State gangster
trysung place, uere were ac
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Opening lead V A
T'odav's hand Is a lesson in
fine bidding. Let's start with the
opening bid by Ottillie Rellly,
welt-known New: York teacher..
ghe bid one club. Normally
wim two good five-card, suits you
shbJild open .with the higher
ranking, but clubs and spades
arc : the one exception since the
. opening makes retoidding easier
SnlU. Tnhnenn rt Wet.nnrt. T6-
spgnde4 with; an" immediate
jump to two diamonds. With 18
points in hlgh( cards and a very
strong six-card suit Sally did
not wait to show her strength!
merely because she only held one
Ottillie's two and three-spade
rebids showed that she held five
spades and therefore at least
five clubs, (With four clubs and
five spades she would have open opened
ed opened "lone spade).
Sivy's bid of three no-trump
showed heart strength and I "ft
U lip to Ottillie to move If a
slam was in the offing. Otii.'ie
moved dll right. She had shown
her distribution but hao not
shown her 17 points. Her oro.1 oro.1-lem
lem oro.1-lem was to find ti e best bid and
she came up with five no-trump.
This fine bid told Sally to
choose the spoc for slam tfhd
Sally was careful to bid it irt no no-trump.
trump. no-trump. It was a cir.cn that Ot Ottillie
tillie Ottillie held the klnf; ol hearts
for her .five-no-trnmo bid. 'it
was also a. cinch that the part partnership
nership partnership held em'iiijh high cards
ior the slam. Not bnlv would no
trumn "ount ,iwe than a sun
(the ame was dun ite rith-
out honors scon.ig but it had
to be safest. Y
Nothing cdu.d be ruffed at no
trump and a bad break in one
suit' com l not nun ine n n-trump
trump n-trump slain.
It was well -haf, she picked
no-trunp. ; Snides and clubs
would make also, bus the dia
inond was ceriaia defat be
cause Of the bad .trump break.
Answer to Previous Puzzle
ACROSS. 5 Palm fruit
1 Manitoba's S7Paw
- area it TwitchJnf
21,723siuar 59 Epic poetry
S Wheat is one
I Its water
12 Hmw hlnw
11 Vilhn ainnl 8 Also
14 Grant use
! 17 Poker stake
1 18 Landed
120 English forest
3 Genus of
S Bird's horn
K V MOlgs If "IglTI
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Holly-.ries. they'U have to re-shoot some
wooa on iv; ine ceieDrateq
sie's record of surviving human
23 Fish sauce
24 Brilliant star
8 Visigoth king 28 Sea eagle
9 Cleave 29 Fathers
10 Grafted (her.) 31 Afternoon
11 Arabian gull social events
19 Child 37 Divulge
20 Brazilian 38 It is (contr.)
macaw 39 Exclamation
21 Drone bee canvas sneiter oi aisgusi
: 22 Three-parted
23 Nautical term
; 26 Responded, as
: 30 Permit
! 31 Number
' 32 Masculine
! 35 Conclusion
36 Winnipeg is
39 Loses color
42 Be sick
46 River in
84 Hebrew month
"58 Boundary -(comb,
45 Indonesians of
48 Man's name
49 Negative votes
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LI I L. 11111
actors as juGm's onetime favorite
movie star, is repeating itself in
television, jietore xho year is over.
the shaggy-haired, pooch with the
sad eyes wil nave a whole new
cast ol two legged playmates,
friends and "relatives."
Angel -taceo, seven year eld
Jon Provost ai.uady hat been in
troduced en tne "Lassie" show
and will take ovtr as Lassie's now
owner" -in a story lino that has
16-year-old Tommy Kettig and his
mother, Jan Clayton, leaving the
farm for big city life.
Also due to be written out of
the show are chubby Donald Keel
er ana the late George Cleveland
wno piays "urampk in several
episodes this season Cleveland's
deatlf and lorn my 'growing out"
of the role cued the. big changes,
wnicn include a youns couole buy
ing the farm and adopting both
LAssie and ytnug; Probost.
Lions Leachman.who won a mo
vie role in "Kiss Me Deadly" ti
ter starring on live New York TV
shows ("Kitty Foyle"), will be
the new "mother" in the series
Another former New York TVac-
tor, Jon Shepodd, will play her hu
band. Later, veteran film actor
George "Chic" Chandler will pop
up tn me teieium as uncle re
With Lassie as the central cha character,
racter, character, this series has a big ad
vantage over other TV family life
shows. A kid star erowina ud. and
even death, doesn't stop the ca
scenes to eleiminale you guess
ed It a great deal of coffee
THI CURVY Yvette V.VW.
turning her feminine charms on
Rory Calhoun in the movie. "Hemn
Brown," once turned her chsrms
on TV screens b the first Whit.
Rain Shampoo dancing girl. Yvet Yvette
te Yvette pranced herself right out of that
white raincoat and into a movie
Comedians Dan Rowan and Dick
Martin will be NBC's answer to
the feuding Dean Martin and Jerry
Lewis this season. They just com completed
pleted completed a movie, "Once Upon a
Horse," and now HalfKanter has
been signed by NBC to prepare a
TV show format for them. Hal was
George Gobel's nrnflurpr-dlraxt
jllast.year. .lf a tea company be
comes tne alternating sponsor on
"Wagon Train," a new western se-
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VICTOR BORCE, the Voltaire
of the piano, swears he'll limit his
i'V appearances this season to just
two one-man- snpws but, he told
me between acts at the Hotel Sa Sahara
hara Sahara in Las Vegas, he has an idea
"circulating' around his head.
"Of course," ho says, "many
things circular around my head,
specially dishes aimed by mv
wife. But what I'd like to do is
a onco-a-month show on which
I'd comment on the world in which
we're all trying to livu.
"I'd run," he says, "the gamut
from beer to bullets."
For several years the dapper
Dane ha's been tossing Borge laug
bombs behing the Iron Curtain
on the Voice of America. "But all
people have iron curtains, just like
nations, and I'd like to pelt them
with sharp chuckles." he save
He's just the fellow for the job.
IT'S ABOUT TIME, I say, to'
say a few objectionable words a a-bout
bout a-bout TV announcers, guest stars
and hosts who seem to have left
this world for "Very Wonderful"
land. Every night, on every chan channel,
nel, channel, you can hear them saying:
"Thank you for that verv won-
derful introduction." ....
Or: "Thank you for those Vprv
Or: "Tonight wo have a verv I
Or maybe it just doesn't bother
you like it bothers me.
MAJORITY FOR THE MAYOR Newly elected as mayor of North Olmsted, a suburb of Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Ohio, Paul Gareau, an accountant, poses with his wife and 13 of their 14 children. From
front to back are: Mark, 2; Jeannine, 4; Dennis, 5; Tim, 7; Ed, 9; Danielle, 11; Diane, 16; Kath Kathleen,
leen, Kathleen, 21; Pat, 20; Michael, 17; William, 14; Paul, Jr., 19. Beside his wife, Catherine, Mr. Gareau
holds Patrick, 8 months. Missing is married daughter, Donna, 22. It looks as if the mayor may
count on a long term in office as the years go by and his town's electorate becomes increasingly,
'Symbol Of Peace'
BERLIN. Dec. 3 '"UP) West
iBerlin Mayor Willy Brandt said
today that President Eisenhower
s a symbol of peace and secur
Brandt, speaking to Berlin resi residents
dents residents in his weekly broadcast,
said the news of the President's
illness was received here with
concern and consternation."
"President Eisenhower is for all
of us a symbol of, peace and se
curity and we hope that he quickly
will be back at his post," the
SOCIEDAD de TRANSPORTES AEREQS ALA Lfda
INTERNATIONAL SCHEDULED AIRLINE
advises its customers and the public in general that
effective this date, AEFtOVIAS PANAMA AIRW AYS
ceases its functions as general agents for ALA in the
Republie of Panama.
Therefore, we shall be happy to attend to our cus customers
tomers customers in our new offices at Bl Street (El Cangre Cangre-jo),
jo), Cangre-jo), Mercedes Building.
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trick-or-treater; the young ldy
above is modehnf a protectivo
mask designed by jtho U-
,Chemical Corps for civilian use
as protection against gases, Dio Dio-'logical
'logical Dio-'logical agents and radiological
dust. The mask hi port w an.
exhibit at the Preeidio of Sa
jFrancisco, headquarters ol th
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Col and Mrs. Frank Wilson entertained at their Ft.
Clayton quarters on Sunday night with a cocktail-buffet.
' A group of their friends from both the medical and
military worlds of the Isthmus attended.
Will Givo Despedida
For Costa Riean Ambassador
. Members of the Diplomatic Cops
"and their ladies will give a cock cock-tl
tl cock-tl party at the, Union Club on
Tuesday, Dec. 10 in honor t the
AmhoiciHnr of Costa Rica, Don
a Carlos de la Esprieila and his wife
who are leaving soon.
the British Ambassador and
At. Lan ilpslie Henderson gave a
Turich party at the British Embas
sy yesterday, lor iwr. j. xv. vii vii-jn
jn vii-jn Charge d'Affaires of India at
Mexico City, who is visiting Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, and also for Mr. A. Carney,
Assistant to the Minister of Hous Housing,
ing, Housing, Jamaica, and Mr. C. Dowdy
Of the sajne Department.
Ambassador of Italy
Leaves With Famiiy
Dr. Ricardo Moscati, Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador of Italy to Panama, will ter terminate
minate terminate his duties hi re and leave
by .plane at 8 o clock- this evening
for Home, naiy via ivew ioik.
He will be accompanied by his
wife. Mrs. RicardoMoscati and
their daughter Miss Paola Vitto
San Francisco to spend two weeks
with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Do
nald F. Scott ol turundu xteignu.
Miss Eleanor Ah!y
Fated At Showor
A personal .ihower was given
by Mrs. F. L. Henry of Cocoli
u her home on Friuay lor Miss
Eleanor Joan Ashly wno will mar marry
ry marry Donald 'Jlitford O'Connell at
Clayton Chapel on Saturday.
Guests who attended were Miss
Billie Sue Spencer, Miss Kathleen
Jenkins, Mrs.' Nancy Johnson, Mrs.
Wanda Mann, Mrs. Leota Fisher,
Mrs. Harriet GUulard, Mrs. Tom
Jenkingsi Mr'aYtiallie iBusli, Mrs.
John Sargent, Mrs. kaymonu
Bush, Mrs. Earl Almquist, Mrs.
George Kruse, Mrs. John Schmidt,
Mrs. James Craig, Mrs. V. J. An An-nicharico,
nicharico, An-nicharico, Mrs. J. C. Coppenhaver,
Mrs. Curt Jeffries, Mrs. Bruce
Bateman and Mrs. W. W. Spencer.
Isthmus the ladies were the house house-guests
guests house-guests of Miss Hopkins' brother
and sister-in-law, Capt. and Mrs.
W. E. Hopkins of Margarita.
Birth Of Boy
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perra of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa announce the birth of their
sixth child, third boy, Brtice Allen,
last night it Gorgas Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Acly
Give Cocktail Party
The Counselor of the United
.jStates Embassy Robert Austin
Acly and his wife will give a cock cocktail
tail cocktail part at their home this even evening,
ing, evening, at 6:30.
Mist Joan Scott
Arrival To Visit
Parents In Curundu
Miss Joan Scott has arrived from
Party Farts Visitors
Mrs. George Nichols of Fort
Kobbe will be hostess Thursday to
a luncheon in nonor of two State
side visitors, Mrs. ..Morton Lewin
and Mrs. Minnie Oianiond who
arrived Friday from New York.
The luncheon, for a group of
friends will be held at Hotel Tivoli
at noon. Mrs. Lewin is visiting her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Saul Altman,
and Mrs. Diamond is visiting her
son and daughter-in-law Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Diamond.
Returns To States
Miss Rehacca Hopkins and Miss
Elouise Testerman eflplaned-early
this morning at Tocumen for Flo
rida- to return to their homes in
Coral Gables and Miami Springs
respectively. While visiting on the
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A Special Communication will be held for the purpose of
conducting Funeral Services over the remains of
BRO. GUY ROBERTSON ATHEY
at the Scottish Rite Temple, Balboa, C. Z.
Wednesday, December 4. 1957 at 4:00 p.m.
Funeral Services at 5:00 p.m.
PHRA A. ASHBY
JOHN R. TOWNSEND, Sr.
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At USO-JWB Gallery
Currently on exhibit at the
USO-JWB Art Gallery are the
water colors and oils of Malcolm
Delvalle. local resident of Colon
who is completing his fourth year
at Sorbonne University in Pans,
France. His work, which has been
exhibited each year at this galle
ry, reflects the development and
maturity of the emerging artist.
Since his discharge from the
Army where he served as head
illustrator at Ft. Clayton, Canal
Zone, Malcolm Delvalle has been
in France studying under the G.
I. (Bill of Rights. There he was
privileged to study jrt with the
curator of the Modern Aart Mu Museum
seum Museum of Paris, who is himself a
well known artist and professor.
Simultaneously with his art stu studies,
dies, studies, Malcolm Delvalle is a can candidate
didate candidate for the Superior degree at
the Sorbonne from which he will
graduate in June if 58.
The artist attended Cristobal
High School and the New York
Music and Art School, after which
he attended Pratt University Art
School for four years. Following
three years study in Paris,
France, he was drafted into the
U.S. Army since hei s an Ameri American
can American citizen, and after basic train training
ing training at Fort Dix, he was stationed
at Ft. Clayton, Canal Zone where
he was assigned work as an illustrator.
Summer vacation periods which
are reflected in the works current currently
ly currently on exhibit have I'een spent tra traveling
veling traveling extensively through Switzer Switzerland,
land, Switzerland, Yugoslavia, France, Spain,
Italy, Portugal, England, Holland.
Belgium, Germany, Majorca and
the Balleric Islands.
The present showing of seven seventeen
teen seventeen paintings are the latest
work of this talented and popular
The public of the Canal Zone
and' the "Republic-af PnaTn.re
invited to' vist the USO-JWB Art
Gallery, which is open daily
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. This
exhibit will remain on display
until Dec. 8. This exhibit is shown
in cooperation with the Canal
Zone Art League.
Belly Dance Ban
Proposed In Egypt
CAIRO, Dec. S (UPWAn Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian member of Parliament has
proposed a law banning all public
dancing, from belly dances to
ballet, and calling for strict segre segregation
gation segregation xA the sexes in school, at
movies and on the beaches.
Deputy Abdel tRehim el Kadi
said dancing was contrary to Mos
lem principles and traditions.
He said his proposed law would
set up separate educational facili facilities
ties facilities for women and forbid them
lo enter the fields of science, law
and engineering. Only nursing and
medical courses would be open to
El Kadi proposed afternoon
movie sessions, for women only,
with evening performances re
served for men.
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BYE-BYE BLUES Only a month ago Robert Hart, 9 months
old, from Modesto, Calif.,, and David Fedrick, 14 months old,
from Bloomfield, N.M.,. were listless "blue" babies. Both un un-tlerwent
tlerwent un-tlerwent corrective surgery for heart defects at the National :
Jewish Hospital in Denver. We don't know what Robert said
to David over the doctor's stethoscope. Maybe it Was "Let's
get out of here," for shortly after this picture was taken both
boys were released to go home.
When you telephone a friend
expecting to chat for a .while
and either sense by her manner
or irom somethlnir she savs that
you nave caneo. at a Dusy time
cut your conversation short.
One or two long telephone
conversations can throw a busy
person off schedule for the whole
MUST BE A RECORD These six children of Mrs. Byron
Levlon, center, must hold some kind of a record. They were
all born In the same Houston, Tex., hospital, in the same room,
with the same doctor and nurse in attendance. Melanie, on Mrs.
Levloa's Jajv Is one week old. The oldest is Teena, 10, at right.
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Yes it's true! Over 35,000 churches of all denom denominations
inations denominations have, most of them after thorough investiga investigation,
tion, investigation, selected the Hammond Organ to provide all
music for their services. From tiny chapels to tre tremendous
mendous tremendous cathedrals, the Hammond Organ is the
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At P i A iWeeting
The DecemDer meeting of the
Diabio Heights Parent Teachers
Association, to be held this even
ing, in the JJiaolo benool Otym-
nasium, 7:30 p.m., promises to be
of unusual interest to all parents
of the community. The speaker
tor the evening will be Dr. J. (J.
Kennedy, Chiei ot the Psychiatric
Service, Gorgas Hospital, who will
discuss the educational and social
growth of the school-age child
under the general heading of "K "K-motional
motional "K-motional health and Chil Devel
opment," with particular empha
sis, on the emotional problems of
childhood as they atfect the learn
ing process and social adjustment,
Dr. Kennedy will be happy to an
swer questions from the audience
at the conclusion oi his talk.
A social period, with refresh
ments, will follow the discussion.
Will Miiet Tomorrow
The 74th regular meeting of the
Isthmian Nurses' Association
will be held tomorrow in the Ameri
can Red Cross Bu.lding, Cristobal
Canal Zone at 7:00 p.m.
Mr. William Lyon of Panama
will be guest speaker of the even evening.
ing. evening. His topic will he "General
Discussion of Investment Through
The Board of Directors invite
all nurses in this area to attend.
Refreshments will he served by
Mrs. Adele Argo and her Commit Committee.
tee. Committee. Transportation will be furnish
ed from Mt. Hope to Cristobal for
those coming over by train.
Club Will Hold
The Cristobal Woman's Club
will hold its regular monthly
meting tomorrow at 2:00 p. m.
in the Red Cross rooms in Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. Reverend Victor Watson of the
Trinity Methodist Church will give
"A Christmas Message". Follow Following
ing Following this the Cristobal High School
Glee Cluh, under the direction
of Mr. O. E. Jorstad, will present
a cantata, "Song of Christmas".
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"HERE RESTS IN HONORED GLORY ; .'-ArchitecfCj
drawing depicts the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington
National Cemetery, and the crypts to be added honoring the
unknown dead of World, War II and the Korean War. The twd1
new crypts will be placed in the plaza floor to the west of the1
existing tomb. Each will be capped with a flat granite glib;?
The Korean War crypt, left foreground, will be inscribed 19S0J"
1953. The World War U crypt, right foreground, carriea th'"
dates 1941-1945. The ascription on the existing tomb, honoring1
World War I dead, reads: "Here Rests in Honored Glory wr
American aoiaier R.nown dui to uoa.
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si)ace after kiddingoft wet 'ravemnt andrasbifejrougli j
guard rail pn the McKinley BHdge'in St, Lois. TwQ.-occulntt; R j.
' of the car, who were treated at St. Louis City Hospital,
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The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Fleet Reserve Association will hold
their regular business meeting at
7:30 p.m. at the Flamingo Club
All members and prospective
members are invited.
Will Meet, Dec. 9
The December meeting of the
Canal Zone Post, Society of Amer American
ican American Military Engineers will be
held Monday evening, Dec. 9 at
the Tivoli Guest House. A social
hour will be held at 6:00 p.m.,
followed by dinner at 7:00 p. m:
After dinner the' Post will be ad addressed
dressed addressed by Mr. F. H. Weller, Di Director
rector Director of Appraisal Division, Ge General
neral General Services Administration on
the subject "The Engineer in the
Appraisal Field." Sport shirts may
be worn. Reservations may be
secured from Colonel Gross, Clay Clayton
ton Clayton 3284, Commander Hieeel, Na
vy 3228, or Mr. Hollen, Balboa 29-
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MSGT. EDGAR J. McINTTRE, of New York City, receives a
Certificate -of Achievement for outstanding serylce from Col.
Louis D. Farnswoirth Jr., assistant chief of staff Q4,-United
States Army Caribbean. Mclntyre served in the Supply and
Plans Divisions of G4' section at Fort Amador from April 13,
1955: tp Nov. 30t 1957. He Is returning to the United, States
where he will be assigned to Headquarters Company First.
Army at Governor Island, N.Y (U.S. Army Photo)
Jury Being Chosen In Larceny
if rial bf Teamster Chief Beck
3&ATTLE,, Dec 3 (UP)- De
fWfiw and prosecution attorneys
questioned more prospective jur.,s
day to hear, the gran larceny
trial of Teamsters president Dave
'tine portly- jowl-faced union leaa leaa-er,
er, leaa-er, .who says he has lost 23 pounds
8 fe indicted by a King County
nd jury last summer, is accus accus-,cOrf
,cOrf accus-,cOrf pocketing $1,900 from the
' ctm of a union owned Cadillac.
Selection 1 a jury began at 11:
Waving yesterday, 1 hour and 45
minutes after the case was assign-.
Mo Judge George H. Reveller
-Bevelle heard tne case, against
BECk's son;, Dave Jr., who wasj
fnd guilty on two counts of grand
i iSCTeny. Dy emftszziemeni aiso in
whfing the sale of Teamster-own-,
-y the evenfot tecess only four
pHsfpective jurors .ad been seat-
eWemporanly. Eleven had been
exZused and eight Selected still
wgjp to be question id Neither side
tawrcised ny, of its peremptory
evelle refused to grant: a post postponement
ponement postponement of the case which had
been asked hy Deiense Attorney
Charles' F.tBurdelL Burdell asked
the continuance on grounds Beck
was expected to be called as a wit
nessf in a casr against tne xeam xeam-ster
ster xeam-ster union leadership which open;
dfln Washineton. D.C. yesterday.
Revelle said Beck could be availr
Army Penlomic Unit
01 20th Infantry
Shifts To Gulick
C Company of the 1st Battle
Grpup, 20th Infantry, has assum assum-e
e assum-e d a ne w duty station at Fort
Gulick as a part of the change changeover,
over, changeover, to the Pentomic status and
reorganization of. the 20th.
Under the. direction of Captaini'
fh mmnanv of the outdooor stove of a road crew was
able for out-of- court depositions
for the Washington ) case and, u
Brudell wished, he could go be
fore the oresidins judge of the
King -County Superior Court and
again ask for a stay of this case.
Revelle said he would grant a re re-Cess
Cess re-Cess for that purpose.
However, Burdell said he would
decline the offer,: Having Deen re
fused twice previously by the p'e
Giant Brush Fire
5f ill Rages, Flood
May Come Next
AZUSA, Calif.; Dec' 3 KUP)
Flames of a giant 32-day-old brush
fire' 20 mites northeast of down
town Los Angeles still burned out
of control today; jfoomm commu
nity officials worried about poS'
sible floods, j
i Civil defense officials and civic
leadtr of 3omiumties strung a-
loftg the base of the San Gabriel
Mountains scheduled a meeting in
nearby Monrovia today to discuss
the danger of possible floods caus-;
ed. by rainy season runoffs, from
the burned over area.
Still on-the firelines attempting
to control the' blaze were 600 tire
firefighters, whose jobs in the rug
ged mountain country; was made
even more difficult by high winds
which fanned hot spots into new
, By last night, the fire had seorch-
ed 25,20? acres of nrusn and timD timD-er
er timD-er in the Angeles National Forest,
causing an estimated 23 millioa dol
lars damage to valuable watershed
area.- i- ,t-J'y-tv :.
Fire; crews brought the fire un
der Thanksgiving Day only to have
ft face out of control again in front
of nigh winds. Rangers said they
didn't know-when the fire would
he controlled because it depended
on : weather conditions.
The blaze was started when, the
old 20th stationed at Fort Wm.
D. Davis' completed the move
last week. fr, y '-
The new Quarters at Fort' Gu
lick, a large 300-man building lo
cated next to tne fost ri, re
similar in design to the barracks
of the parent units of tne 1st cat cat-ftroun
ftroun cat-ftroun at Fort Kobbe.
C Company is the first unit of
the 20th Infantry to leave. Fort
"'Davis. The company, will carry
diit its main function if the Pen
tomic unit a lean hard hitting
unt which Incorporates maximum
IiexlDllliy, mouuuyy a cviiuui. t
jGet Stiff Terms
WARSAW, Poland, Dec. 3 (UP)
Six students and a young work work-r
r work-r have been given jail sentences
"jpf fron one to three years for their
f?art in street demonstrations last
l')ctober. it was announced today.
jf The -v seven were accused ofi
".throwing stones and bricks and
nins tear las asainst police "dur
ing the disturbance. The judge said
fjlhe stiff sentences were intended
Ho serve as warning to other stu students
dents students and young people who might
contemplate similar action.
SEATO Pact Needs
A More Nations r
iX MANILA; Dec. S. fUP) Presi President
dent President Carlos P. Garcia said today
that the Southeast Asia Treaty Or
'ionization-should be expanded to
-include Japan, Nationalist China,
.."South .Korea and Mi lay a.
,he felt that SEATO pact would be
strengthened if these four coun countries
tries countries were permitted to join the
f S5ATO bow has eight member
,Dations the United States Brit Britain.
ain. Britain. France, Pakistan.. Thadand.
"Australia, New Zealand and the
lppines.- v v i
overturned by high- winds.
NoW To Attend
BONN, Germany, Dec. 3 (UP)
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is
"well on the road to recovery"
from the influenza attack that
forced him to cancel a visit to
Britain, a spokesman said today.
The 81-year-old West German
leader remained in bed today on
doctors" orders hut his tmpera tmpera-ture
ture tmpera-ture had fallen to normal."
A spokesman for the' Chancel Chancellor's
lor's Chancellor's Christian : Democrat -party
said' it was almost -certain now
that Adenauer would be able to
attend the NATO summit confer conference
ence conference beginning Dec. 16 in Paris.
. -: My..
NEW YORK, Dec. 3 (UP) In.
credible as it sounds to scientists,
and as it will sound to you, there
isn't much doubt that 6,000-year-old
sea waier is contained in: na natural
tural natural "Bottle" in Norway,
Prof. Kaare Strom of the Uni University
versity University of Oslo revealed his own
desire to be skeptical in inviting
scientists fo the world to partici
pate in 'a thorough study of an
The "bottle" is a portion1 of
Lake Tokke which on the surface
and in much of its depths is a
fresh water lake strictly. It is
iorv narrow lakf but a verv deep
one. with a maximum oepm ui
482 feet. i
ONCE PART OF SEA
This lake was once part of the
sea. Some 6.000 years ago, the
sea receded to its present level
which is some 200 feet below tne
level of the lake. Evidently the
sea water .vhtch remained behind
in that very ancient age of cata
clysmic change, still is there.
"It is certainly difficult to an
mit the possibility of sea water
still being left, but the complete
analysis. Iavs no doubt as to
th water 'ning a water." re remarked
marked remarked Prof. Strom.
He and his Norwegian collea-
sues in their intensive investiga
tions, first thought sea water must
tin ftnhb tne uo into tne iresn wai
er from salt springs in the lake
But thev disproved this theory
when they found that the bottom
Contained virtually none of vthe
kinds of clay which could store
the salty waters of the long-gone
They finally figured that 'what
must have happened was this:
When the sea receded, it left the
lake cavity filed with sea water.
Later when a river formed, it
took in one end of the cavity as
part of its channel.
SALT WATER CORNERED
This flow of fresh water cor cornered
nered cornered salt water in the rest of the
cavity. In the down most, far farther
ther farther most parts, tt.ere was no
interchange of salt and fresh-water,
nor has there been since. Thus
salt water was "Domeo Dy na
Fresh water took over the en
tiria surface, of course, and this,
in effect, put a stepper in the
Strom reported' that Is this pro-
tion of tbe lake mere was semi semi-stagnant
stagnant semi-stagnant water beginning at a
depth of 262 feet, and extending
downward to z ieet. tseneaw mis
water was the sea water.
Bv eve'rv test, this water Is sea
water chemically; but with a num
ber : 01 interesting moumcauuus.
For instance, there are no, sul sulphates
phates sulphates left in it. Since it is bot bottled,
tled, bottled, as contained as a fluid M
retort, its suphate have been
exhausted by chemical exchanges
and are now In hydrogen supniue
and other sulphides.
It alse contains "enormuos.
quantities" of methane Which is
a gastous hydrocarbon that risas
from tb decomposition of or
ganlc matter, here, vgatatipm
In hi communication to world
scientists m the technical journal,
'Nature." Strom- said he and his
colleagues were going to lifts
"cores" of tne Old DOtuea sea
through ice holes in the lake this
winter. Thev would welcome sci
entists from anywhere who are in interested
terested interested in exploring the watery
remains of the world as it was
6,000 years ago.
PARIS. Dec. 3 (UP) The fea
ture of the Sahara art exhibition
here is a mural, discovered under
the desert sands, depicting two
snub-nosed young girls clothed in
sack dresses and hats simnar to
the 1957 French style.
Experts 'said the painting dated
back to 8Q00 B.C.
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COL. WILlARD R. SEYM6UR, on the left,1: who served as USARCARIB Quartermaster from
July 15, U954 to Nov. 15, 1957, Is belns;. bid farewell on the eve of his departure to the Unit United
ed United States by his successor;' Col. Joble J. pixon. Seymour's new assignment will be Post Quar Quartermaster
termaster Quartermaster at Fort Sill,-Oklahoma. Dixon, prior to arriving in the Cajial Zone, was assigned to
the Office of the Quartermaster General, -Department of the Army, Washington, D.C. Also
shown Is Mrs. Lorretta Lim, a civilian employe In the QM Section, who recently -replaced Mrs.
Yolanda Hirt as president of Club 721 at CorozaL?- ; (U.S. Army Photo)
Nearly 5,000 -Left
In Ceylon Flood
COLOMBO. Ceylon. Dec. 3 (UP)
Nearly 5,000 persons have been
made homeless by the worst floods
in the history of northern Ceylon,
reports from the stricken area
The reports said more than 300
houses collapsed at. Jaffna. Heavy
damage to livestock and crops al also
so also was reported..
Brush fires Sweep
SYDNEY.. Australia, Cec. 3-
(UP) Bushfires -swept dowa en
the Slue Mountain resort town of
Leum today with -a 60 foot wall
of flames that destroyed 35 homes,
shops, a church and the local
chool house. ;
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COOPERATION -This is the
Jofflcial ,N a t i o n a 1 Farm-City
Week emblem for 1957, This
year's celebration, the third an annual
nual annual observance, will be held
the week of Nov. 22-28. Farm-
City Week, in which more than
5,000 U.S. and Canadian com com-munities
munities com-munities participated last year,
is designed to bring about bet bet-.
. bet-. ter understanding between
' rural and urban peoples.
In Car Battery
Fatal To Girl
COMPIEGNE, France, Dec. 3
(UP) A short circuit in a par
battery electrocuted a J7-year-old
girl last night.
Rolande Fernet received the fa-
tal shock when she touched the
metal handle of the door of the
Bad, Bad Melon
DRAGUIGNAN. France. Dec. 3
(UP) Police today held Jules
Bouery, 31, as a killer who came
They said he accented an invita
tion to dine at the home of Michel
Raffale. 77. took one bite of the
dessert melon, declared it was
poisoned and plunged a knife In
Raffaele's heart. Police said the
melon also had been served to
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Their ees total 160 years, most of which hds beert spent in service to country. J Sfiji
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TVTEWEST RAY of sunshine to fall on water sports lovers js the "Water-mobii,?
1 the world's smallest motorboat. Boat builder Guenther Lepel demonstrated
it recently in West Berlin. The boat is light and small enough to be carried on top
of the family car. It is a two-seater, lectric starter-equipped and boasts a
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COLONIAL STYiE There was sartorial 6tyle dis-
played at Thanksgiving time in the early Eigh-
teenth century. 'Two staff members of Greenfield
Village in Dearborn, Mich., reenact a holiday scene. s
HONG KONG HOUSEBOATS The crowded, teeming Hong Kong waterfront is
partially filled by these houseboats. Their owners make a bare living by fishing".
AND FURTHERMORE . .' Sixtyrtwo-year-old t t-Mrs.
Mrs. t-Mrs. L. Day of Surrey, England, Is giving other old "'
age pensioners several pieces of her. mind during a' ;
rally. They want minimum of three pounds a week.
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' cryiUl chandelier getting.iu annual cleaning in the-- STRICTLY FOR KIDSEngland's famous Cole quadruplets, now seven years old,- V
Washington office of Michigan's Senator Charles E. .-:.r summer dresses at a fashion"display of children's wear in Lbndonr They 1
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TinE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT PAItT NEWSPAPEK
TUESDAY, DECEMBER J, 1957
"I r ', 1 " y-Q u
ICeely's A Star :
NEW YORK (NBA) 1 Kely
Smith, girl ssrisation, is a firm
believer fhat what will happen,
WiU Happen. Asvevidence, she of offers
fers offers the. following story.
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ha had record called "Au "Au-vumuUaves."
vumuUaves." "Au-vumuUaves." Robert Mitchum
heard it at the time he was' pre-
paring td make movie called
'The Whippoor-wlU.' Just from
her voice en the' record, he lett
she'd he ideal' for a Ml Wrt. He
wanted to sign her, but his as as-sociatesx
sociatesx as-sociatesx said, no,, he d have to
look at her. She might have a cau cauliflower
liflower cauliflower ear, or something.
So Keely flew up from Lake
Tahoe, Calif., whern she and her
husbnad, Uooli Prima, were, work
ina, to Saq Francisco to meet
Mitchum. He looked at her, saw a
pretty girl sans cauliflower ear.
"Do you have any problems?
"No, said Keely. tl
'Well, you're my gal, then,
said-Mitchum. And she hadjhe
3Its" been like that ; right along
for the pretty brunette frpm Nor Nor-.
. Nor-. ir. cKa h vbi narticilarlV
wanted tq sing. But she sang for
fun- Tben.sne aearu jri
in -Atlantic City. N.J.. became J
big fan, bought all his records.
A year or so later he came to
.,!.'.u!-.'D..,i. tri helH auditions
for a girl singer. As a means of
setting near me uirtii
"He said that if I was willing,
, r."!V r A II1 V..I., none
to worjc i n oe u j.,
"I Was willing.'1
rL. jrJ.'t ant tn 1n -the Dean
Martin, TB Show, a few months
ago, wnicn' mane ner a nauuum
favorite overnight. But her hus hus-t.nsr
t.nsr hus-t.nsr -tallmit W intn it. She did
n't want to act tn "The Whippoor-
will," but again got taixea into
All she wants to do. these days,
Is-sing. But it looks like she is
going to be' a star in spite of her herself.
Ubert Mitchum'' Keely Smith
corjdinc sessions, which are closed
and well guarded.
; Ma, m rf n ha A-1T riiemvurpn
lhat a violinist in n orchesta they
were recording wasn t reaiiy a
violinist. He'd been smuggled in
hv a nvni rnmnnnv. Me was actual
fly a sound engineer.
Is getting to be as thrilling as a
xspy story, with closely guarded
secrets and operatives trying to
This story comes from Audio
Fidelity, the company that spe-
clean sound. Some of the other Street'' and "Minlstroi Time" res
companies are very curious as to
it .i r -i .w
Million caiiina records are usu
ally big news, but there was an
event In Brooklyn a wee or so a bo
iv,n nnH vlrtnallv unnoticed.
That was the 100,000.000th Cricket
Record. The actual copy, wnicn
was platinum plated at the fac"
tory, was "Goldilocks and the
Three Bears," which itself has sold
more than two, million.
u'Mrirnn'o rormrrlg tfiP.n on Sell'
ring, as new generations of kids
dome along, cy Lc?ne, neaa vi
lavi "Onre standard
record' has been put out, wch up
coming CrOO 01 youS pcure ;
it an iimw nf Cricket s
children's records have been sell
ing steadily lof years.'
nirV' PICKS' Frank! Lvmon
should have another hit in "Little
Girl" (Roulette). Others: "Saddle
the Wind" (Julie Ixmdon. Liberty);
"Every Women" (Teddi King, R
CAV,' ''Junior Miss" Vic Damone,
Columbia); "It's Been a Long,
T nnn Timo" Mpis Martian. KaDDII
UUHK - . -
"t Got It" (Gana Vincent, Capitol)
"Like You" (To il Ardan, Decca);
"Over, Here" (Patience and Pru Prudence,
dence, Prudence, Liberty); fGreat Balls Of
Fife" (George Glbbs, RCA): ''To ''Tonight''
night'' ''Tonight'' (Rosemary Clooney, Colum Columbia);
bia); Columbia); "Did You Close Your Eyes?"
(Joyce Hahn, Cadence). : j
I BATTIE GH.
. ,N NEW' QETERS.-Visiti. g Cel. OJJ. hef
.spects C Company of the 1st Battw Group, 20th iwry. a s ine v, Pvt. Shamg Lew, pvt. Jpe strick-..
'.'ffiSgbSaS aatanJhakgr SaBt the unit. (U.8. Army photo)
There've been some fine "jazz
albums issued lately the great
Dukes of Dixieland have Vols. 4
and 5 of their series from Audio Audio-Fidelity,
Fidelity, Audio-Fidelity, called '!Ori Bourbon
StpoAt" and "Minietral Time" res.
tomy of Improvisation" features
the wont oi iu great- jml
fox jazz guitar, try B.lly Mure s
"Supersonic Guitars in Hl-Ji, on
RCA; for real progressive jazz,
listen to' "Jazz Lab," with Gigi
Cryce end Donald By rd, on Ju Jubilee.
bilee. Jubilee. ', :'' 1 '" ?:- "'",''.- ';.
, Good late symphonic ;releases--the
sturdy Bid EroicaBefethOvens
Symphony No. 3) i out in anoth another
er another version, a good one by szeii
iU. rftualanrl fVcto'stra Ott
Epic; Richard Strauss'; ,.'Domestw
Symphony," a teiatiye w f
...n hu Reiner and the
Chicago. Symphony oiti RCAi Mo
rfn 4.1 in fIMator)
is played beautifully by Beecham
companies are very curious as to pectiveiy: uot s wora jazz, iea-
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f TUESDAY, DECEMBER S, M5T
Shantz Hopes' To Gfet Carti
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lYankees Play Champion
Cerveza Balboa Tonight
By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Outimistic manager Billy Shantz, whose Carta
jVieja Yankees make their debut in the 1957-58 Pa Pa-'nimfl
'nimfl Pa-'nimfl nrofpssionnl baseball season tonight with a
i xame asrainst the Champion tjerveza liaiooa ueer-
, ttmen at the Olympic Stadium, today expressed con-
'' I'M! j 41 I L. umi1 u'iiilrl imnrnvo nvpr its
4.iaCUCe lllal Ills HCY squou nvuiu
jlajst place finish last winter, x
Th Yankees made a bold
latrafrh run after a late start last
Reason but faltered again in the
.lt tapps of the campaign to
- JWin'dup two games behind Cer Cer-eia
eia Cer-eia Balboa and runnerup Ches-
f 1 Shantx said he considers his
'pitching staff a better one than
' ' His five-man mound c r p
consists of Carl Duser, who
. finished up with tha Kansas Ci Ci-ty
ty Ci-ty Athlstics last lumiwr; Jarry
' tDavia, Birmingham, Class AA
' Southern Association; Bob Ayl Ayl-"
" Ayl-" mer, Abiltna, Class B Wast
j Texas-New Mexico Laagut; Bill
' Franco, Sioux City, Class A
; "Western League; and Jim Urn Urn-)
) Urn-) kricht, Topaka, Class A Wett Wett-'
' Wett-' ern Laaguo.
Last season however, Shantz,
who is now in his sophomore year
- 1 j
at a rro League manager, nau
the winningest hurler of the loop
in Evans Kuleen, who was credit credited
ed credited with six of the Yankees' 14
wins. The righthander lost four.
Dutch Romberger, (4-3) and Eli
Grba (3-6) were his other top start starters.
ers. starters. Shaiiti also believes that his
present club will have more over overall
all overall speed that last year's. He ex ex-tpects
tpects ex-tpects most of the punch to come
from Don DeGroote, Pocatello,
Class C pioneer League; Whitey
jjSchimdt, Kansas City; and Ches Chester
ter Chester Boak, Little Rock, Class AA
M I li F I s "1
I BILL WILLIAMS
GEORGE LEE in
$1.10 per CAR!
MICKEY ROONEY in
The 24-year-old catcher, who
hails from Pottstown, Pa., ruled
himself out as a long ball hit hitting
ting hitting threat with the reminder
that in his several masons in
the Panama League, he has
failed to hit a single home run.
He collaborated with co-owner-general
manger Joe Nachio in re recruiting
cruiting recruiting the tea mr
Shantz will have an added in incentive
centive incentive in his quest for a. pennant
this winter. His bride f nine
months, the former Miss Mary
Catherine Ryan, an Irish colleen
from Columbus, O,', where the
couple resides, has accompanied
him to Panama.
The Yankee lineup for tonight's
Johnny Kropf, cf
Tony Bartirome, lb
Bob Barron, ss
Spider Wilhelm, 3b
Ji)rry Davie, p
Balboa manager Leon Kellman
will use the same lineup which
bombarded Chesterfield 7-2 Sun Sunday
day Sunday night behind Winston Brown.
Carlos Thorne will toe the rubber
for the champs tonight.
Davie had a 3-5 record with
Chtsterfield last season. Thorite's
slate was 3-0.
Game time is 8 o'clock.
Select King Hall
As Bonus Choice
PHILADELPHIA (UP) King
Hall, all around quarterback oi
cotton bowl-bound Rice,' was se
lected as the bonui choice of the
Chicaco Cardinals today as the
National Football League opened
its early player selection.
The Cardinpis, wno also naa
first choice in the regular draft,
selected all-America back John
Crow of Texas A&M.
Hill is a 210-pounder, who can
pass and kiqk and is a power
runner. The big quarterback also
kicks extra points and is a defen defensive
sive defensive star. .,
Crow, voted United Press back-of-the-year,
was the Aggies' Offen Offensive
sive Offensive mainstay.
Washington's first draft choice
had been traded to the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Rams, and the Rams se selected
lected selected all America end Jimmy
Phillips' of Auburn.
The Rams, then making thejr
own selection, tapped All-America
tackle Lou Michaels of Kentucky,
and the Philadelphia Eagles fol followed
lowed followed bv selecting all America
halfback Walt Kowalczyk of Mich
Charlev Howley, a guard from
West Virginia, was picked by the
Pittsburgh's first choice had
hpfln traded earlier to ban J?rant
cisco. and the 49'ers selected Jim
Pace, a back from Michigan. San
Francisco, on its regular iirsi
round choice, picked Charlie Krue Krue-ger,
ger, Krue-ger, a tackle from Texas A&M.
Detroit took Alex Karras, the
all-America tackle from Iowa who
headed the United Press selection
with 2,335 points.
The first of the day's four
rounds ended when Baltimore took
Len Lyles, t back from Louisville,
the New York Giants selected
Phil King, a back from Vander Vander-bilt,
bilt, Vander-bilt, and Cleveland picked Jim
Shofner, a back from Texas Chris Christian.
tian. Christian. Pickup 3rd pgh: Th remaining
Happened to ..
America learned first hand in
1949 those wondrous tales about
Japan's "Flying Fish" Hirono Hirono-shin
shin Hirono-shin Furuhashi were all too
true. The amazing Japanese swim swimmer
mer swimmer splashed to three world rec records
ords records in the National AAU Cham Championships
pionships Championships at Los Angeles that Au August,
gust, August, including a mark of 18 min minutes,
utes, minutes, 19 seconds (since broken) in
the 1,500 meters free style. In all,
he set 32 Japanese and world rec records
ords records before he retired in 1952 aft after
er after a defeat in the Olympic Games.
Whatever happened to the "Fly "Flying
ing "Flying Fish Today he's a buyer for
the Daido Woolen Co. of Tokyo
and makes frequent business trips
to Australia where he studies, on
the side, the methods of the Aus
tralia's Olympic swim champs so
he can help develop t Japanese
stars of the future.
Browns, Colts M qy tangle
For Pro Grid Championship
RftWLING LEAGUE TIGHTENS
UP AS COLONIAL INSURANCE
Standings at the end the 13th
i act vpar'n chamnion Tivoli Mo
tors bowling team took it i n t o
their own hands to stop the nign
flying Colonial Insurance frve as
they easily swept three games at
the Diablo Bowling nucy.
brings the Motormen within one
th inn and brings the
Ahsttnir Nacional team bacK ifl'
to contention although they won
only one game from Tasco Batte Batteries
ries Batteries they are only two games out
of the lead.
Bud Balcer and Bill Coffey con con-HnnH
HnnH con-HnnH their sDectacular bowling
as they murdered the pins with
t C77 anri R44. Bud had a
258 game iri his series and Bill a
238 game, Dut neuiner vi
could keep up' with Wild Bill Ja Jamison
mison Jamison as he struck out from the
third frame of the second game
and a brilliant 266 game.
tk Tohitt team took note 01
Jamie's bowling and put together
a team score ot wmtu
third hieh for the season. There
were no other 600 series.- wnue
high games were rolled by: Ti Ti-"oli's
"oli's Ti-"oli's Bill R6gers,,(229), Ted Al
britton and Andy jisiovicn m -battoir
and .APA (214), and Mac
with Hark Stevens
GIRL IN BLACK
with M. Van Doren
with Frank Sinatra
with Errol Flynn
with R. Craig
To Quit Racing
MODENA, Italy (UP) Automo Automobile
bile Automobile racing fans throughout the
world were stunned today by the
decision by one of the most fam famous
ous famous racing manufacturers to with
draw from competition.
The Maserati company, wnose
Bntnmohilea won the world cham
pionships last year, announced its
withdrawal from all racing in the
The news came as a great mock
to racing fans and was a serious
blow to the future of .the aport
that has thrilled miwoni au over
the world. i
Masserati'g withdrawal left only
two world-renowned makes in the
running for major titles: Italy's
Ferraris and Great Britain'! new
Vanwalls, unless Germany's Mer Mercedes
cedes Mercedes returns to competition.
Maserati's defection threw the
spotlight on the -current economic
difficulties faced by manufactur
ers seeking to continue their ra
cing traditions. Costs involved in
automobile racing were proving
too heavy for the companies. More
and more race organizers offered
fewer and fewer prizes to com
Maseratrs lour arivers, juan
Manuel Faneio of Argentina1, Har
ry Schell of the United States,
Jean Behra of Frarce anfl Italy's
Gioggio Scarlatti, were informed
of the firm'i decision by cable.
Lane,' also of Abattoir Nacional
Due to termite trouble at the
Diablo Alleys it was necessary for
APA. and Colpan Motors. to roll
their games at. the Balboa Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling Center.
Marge Hicks and 'Marge Rodgers
split the honors for the ladies with
Mi;e Hicks rolling high, series of
487 and second high game ca no,
Maree RodBers rolled the high
game of the night, a 182, and fin-
lshed runner-up in .me, series we
partment with 476. ; v
. . i. ' 1
Boston Celtics Nov
In 'Slump'; Lose
2 of Lasl 3
We thank you very much for your
cooperation during this emergency.
With your help we might avoid hav having
ing having any more blackout periods.
Please save electricity from 9 a.m.
to 10 p.m. and very especially from
6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The Boston Celtics,' who won
their first 14 games this season,
suddenly have lost two of their
last three games in a- "Slump
partly explained by injuries.
The Syracuse Nationals led al
most all the way Sunday in beat
ing the Celtics. 138-109, at syra
cuse in a result not quite as ur
prising as the Celtics' streak-bust-
ing lOSB lO -new 1U& 1.91 WWA.
Rnston was missinc Bob Cousy
(sore leg), Arnie Risen (cold), and.
Jim Loscutoff (leg injury).
In other Sunday games, the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Royals handed the Minne
apolis Lakers Iheir 15th loss 18
gajhes, 90-89, at Cincinnati,- ana
New. York beat Detroit, 109-102, at
Auburn, Arizona Sf.
Top List 01 Sixteen
Unbeaten Grid It's
NF.W YORK (UP) Auburn and
Arizona (Tempe) State, head the
list of 16 teams major ana
minor which wound uo the 1957
football season unbeaten and un untied.
Auburn completed us peneci
..... S.hirHav with a 40-0 vic
tory over Albama while Arizona
State crushed Arizona, 47-7, in .a
night game. Auburn outscored its
m rivals. 207-28. and Arizona State
rolled up 396 points to its 10 op opponents'
ponents' opponents' total of 66.
Middle Tennessee also finished
its nerfect season Saturday, Deal
ing Tennessee Tech, 22-0. The
other 13. unbeaten and tintied
teams completed their campaigns
earlier, including Jamestown
N.D.) which was unbeaten, un untied
tied untied and unscored upon.
The list of perfect-record teams:
Team Pits Op Pits
Arizona (Tempe) State 396 66
Pittsburgh (Kan ) 320. 53
Middle Tennessee 241 40
Auburn 207 28
Wt Phpster fPa.) 327 40
Hillsdale (Mich.) 323 61
Mahn State 280 85
Rinnn fWis.) 270 58
St. Norbert's (Wis.) 255 84
Tick Haven (Pa.). 169 d
Florida A h M 302 14
Juniata (Pa.) 253 27
Fairmont (W. Va.) 147 42
Finn N C.) 158. 59
Hobart (N.Y.) 141. 43
Jamestown (N.D.) 104 0
We beg to be forgiven for the inconveniences
Cia. Pammeita de Juerza y uz
THE SEVENTH Sill'
4 This Is a,-story of Hong
Kong today, a tiny haven of
freedom in a captive world
city whose atmesphere of
intrigae and mystery breeds
the reatleeeness and abandon
of its people and The Ser Ser-enth
enth Ser-enth Sin" tells the story of
one Tonnr woman a fceau fceau-tUul
tUul fceau-tUul member of the famed
Internatkmal .", Colony.-- She
learns too late that the most
nforftveablo of all stas Is
"THE SEVENTH SIN" In
CinemaSeopc atarrinf Elea Eleanor
nor Eleanor Farker. BUI TraTers, Jean
Pierre Aament and George
Sanders, OPENING TOMOR TOMORROW
ROW TOMORROW AT THE LCX. .
PACIFIC : LITTLE LEAGUE
During a six-hour session last
night the; Pacific MJttle League
B EARL WRIGHT i managers na coacnes maae tneir
, , .i seiecuon of players for the com-
The Cleveland Browns, who ? miowib '. vJ
have missed only one chamnion- WC. """ : -"
ship, game in 11 years,,, and the n!?yWe i, lgnea'
n.fin u.. the managers! and coaches' name
ZuZa ,,.,"Vci-nd telephone humber and the
1957 Mauonai Football League title ui "v
a tney win next Sunday. ; ...
Cleveland can win,' the ''; Eastern !rom military posts and from C0-
Divislon title for the seventh time VJnau- i"06 Tulese o08
In eight tries by whipping the Li- other LitUe League areas, the
ons at Detroit. A Cleveland vie- Jt'J.J,
tory over the Lions parlayed with li"1! L"ow"ra
a .BalUmore triumph i over the & fciNpei J??$
49r at c.n Fr.niJ, mu phones 2-1366!!' and 2-1851 First
" fVVa nUUlU UIC I . '- ... ..
Baltimore Athe Western crown. practice anursaay, 4:30 at the Lit-
Each of the five Imm ho. Louis Engelke, Robert Duran, Jim
more games but Cleveland and Farnswprth, Henry Gerwatowski,
Baltimore victories next Sunday Tommy Nelson, Robert Ostrea, J-.
Would give them unbeatable leads. Kiamco, Charlie Joyner, Robert
The Browns took x ; i w.o. m. Stallings,. Kenny Phillips. Bruce
lead. Sunday by shuttinsi out the Douglas Andy Jacobson.
nicjgq srainais, 31-0. The 49ersl rvjJjlv'E' vaiucn, c
gave Cleveland a bie assiat hv im. and Mr. Brennan 2-4219. First
setting the New York Giant. practice Thursday, Balboa R. R
fending league and. -Eastern Divi- Station, at 4 o'clock. Last year
sion champions, 2i7. A victory members plus the following, Rob Rob-or
or Rob-or i tie against the lions or the ert Dunn. 'Charles Blystone, Rob Rob-Giants
Giants Rob-Giants Dec. 15 at New YnrW mnM ert and Douglas Morse. Nell Do-
give Cleveland the Eastern title jherty, Johnie'sTptfyers, John an4
z names n.cratn,- Kusty. uerring-
Celt Beat Rams L ton. Stive. Smith, Ralph Burda,
David West, i Jerry Brennan. Lo-
i ne L-ous remained mi nan juessuacK
c inNh-'V-ruf.""- SEYMOUR. AGENCY-rDick Bro-
feaUng" th7 .mT &r Jimmy Tnomp-
31-id Wnr .-. .7 .' "W na joe waisun. rir;
rMw: u"lul"re practice Wednesday 4 o'clock at
troit keo within &.f i. w at the Kauroau scauon in Balboa,
more lfh, i8 IhSj erXins, Lary hewim
Dav triVI-lKPrl'"? tfchard Hewitt, Philip and How
ParUerV r ard Rogers, Gary Zambito, Uun
. - Mcvuuougn, Micnaei waiiace, nus-
The Washlnston Redskin, w Wataon, John Canavags
the Chicago Bear., ii.3 whhT- WUUam coy, Kooert Bauman,
Le. (Baron threw 10-yard touch- iohn roseS' pmlIP'.w,- p?'
down pass to Jim Podoley and set Paul oom8011. Patrick Kenealy,
up Ed Sutton's our yard "corine Barry Kenealy, Mario Calle a,
dash. In Sunday's other game, Son" "t?",?' ,13,, noD'
ny Jurgensen's seven-yard pass to "t lFafrell and Charles Moses.
Dick Bielski th. PMiS:fJ: ELKS 1414 Ed Kunkel Mgr,
Eagles a U victory oVer the l-im Practice Thursday Dec. 6,
rlllSDUrgn SteelefS. i uiue wasuc uiiJium it ii.ib.
t rnomas uaneie. wraie aiouuniH,
Cleveland misserf riii.in. L Robert Burgener, Angus Matheny,
tie last year for the first time in Osmond Austin,, Harold Utue, ju
four campaigns m the All-America Uus Lusky; JRuSsell Poore, Mien Mien-conference
conference Mien-conference and wven in ,. vpi ael HunKnel. Mark and Peter
when it wound m wifn i.t McGrath." Dtfh Stoops. Billy Egolf,
, .. t- r, ..j ,1 i
ora. u tne Browns win the 1957, .Lawrence:-erger, wonai narueiv
Eastern title, it will be the best ThomastSjjoafcley, .Stewart Brown;
NFL comeback since the old Charles Colburh, Jimmy Bridwcll,
Cleveland VRams (now Los An- Robert O'Connor. 1
geles) won the Western crown in COT, rtT uri.
.uer stumhting to, m,rk Ch grT BaHl24 BaW Eoie
Nanoiean. coacn ana Manager.
... A A
n'r.-n e 1... wiu coniaci Doya. mine Ainuia,
- ,p., r,m ,m Bradshaw. jordan Will, Tom
Tommy O'Conhell threw tn,n. Pantie, Ken Smith and Robert
j ; : 1 uoib-tr 1 'harioe a nnrnntnv unn
Ra7RPe"fro and Carl A 0 1
Wtlffi&Xffcl renEddwar5s,Roger Hoenke, Rob.
Browns romped at levVland ?r.t MikuUch, George Ugeron, vjn-
-- 1 ;i l.i v 1 u 1 iaam uao av lAnn k mi.
lv. Richard Yost. Paul zeimcK,
Lenny Moore scored thre Paul Grosz and Joel Perantiei
for Baltimore. He caught scoring GIBRALTAR LIFE Don Ro Ro-passes
passes Ro-passes of three and 50 vards from berto Mah Navy 3947. Practice
Johnny Unitas and ran 23,, for a Wednesday, p.m. .Railroad ; sta-
loucoaown. unitas also, threw m. Ition at the .mmo station, c. uei
yard scoring pass to Rav Berrv I den. Wt Boughner, J. Barrett, C
to raise his season total of touch- Crosby, J ,De la Pena, R. Eb-
aown passes to 22. hieh for the I don.v K. r TanK. u. Hermanny. j.
league. ,., I Hunt, B.Jenkins, R. Leawyer.T.
J McGraw, W. tNordstrom S. oa.
Y. A. Tittle's nassln? and hall- dnz. J. Ratheceber. R. Thorno-
handling plus San Francisco's re- son, G. Thompson, J. Thompson,
covery of six New Vork fumbles R, Wall, R. .Wallace, R. Wilson,
probably will cost the Giants their KIWI -i Jim (Bo wen Mcr. nhone
title. The fumbles led to touch. Bal. 4215,tfEJJner;Huldquist coach,
downs hy fullbacks Gene Babb pract, Thursdayv old farm
ana Joe rerry nius two field troals I leaenn fie d.RBa boa K ementarv
by Gordie Soldau. Tittle threw 14 School. Tmirsday 4 o'clock. D. Fee-
yaros 10 miiiy wnson ror the other ney, Fox, C. Mable, J .Bowen,
'- t ' '.1 '.' I1'--:
CYRNOS Leroy B. Wilson
Mgr." Bal 1 3208, First practice
Dec. 13 R..R. Station Balboa, Don
Adams, Jose Anguizola, J. and
G. Sears, G, Turner. Mike and
Ronnie Carroll, Geos Dolan, Al
Feldt, John Fogarty, Ralph Fur.
long, Dickey Hatler, Jan JarvisA
Larry Nessler, ; ; Albert Schonert,
Billy r. Thompson, Jud Whitney,
Pierre and Harofd Wolfe, I.oy
Shuey, Nile Ostenso, Norman Mac Mac-kay,
kay, Mac-kay, Francis, Lambert, t Mauncio
Carlos,. and Leo Austin. -"
ElFES AVERS Charlies Bel Bel-den,
den, Bel-den, Mgr. Bal-3271, Micnaei Pap Pap-cum.
cum. Pap-cum. Pan 3-6264. coach. Practice
Thursday 4 p.m. Railroad Station.
Michael Hallen, Lynn Prmtt, ",
Ranee Papcum William Fall. John
Fitzgerald, Jimmy Slover, Steven
Austin, Thomas Bartlett, Kenneth
Darlington, Robert Elmore, Lou
Hilzinger. Peter Dehlinger. Allan
Husney, Richard and Robert Mal Mal-lohan,
lohan, Mal-lohan, James and Bradford 1 Mc Mc-Clain,
Clain, Mc-Clain, William Silen, Michael
Byrne, "Michael Harold, Mark Lu Lucas,
cas, Lucas, Daniel Nelson, Cart Selles,
ana james wuey.
POLICE JUNIORS Ed. Hu Hu-siim,
siim, Hu-siim, Mgr. phone 2-3459 Thursday
4 p.m. at the Railroad Station,
Robert Bower, Fred Wells John
Cooper, ipha Rundy, Glenn Rhyne,
Jody GlazeV, Robert Askew, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Biebaum, Clark Bristol. Wil William
liam William and George Cawl, Donald
Chesson, Billie Deming, Tom Her-
manny, George Hudson, John Koz Koz-lowski,
lowski, Koz-lowski, Preston Trim, Geor Booth,
Darie Duque, Gregory and Stephen
Liana, Alan Mosteatn, Larry Sel Sel-lens,
lens, Sel-lens, and Timmy Toland.
MUTUAL OF OMAHA .U Les
Hummel phone 2-3535 mgr. Rus
Schmidt coach, First practice
Thursday s p.m. at the Balboa
Elementary School Playlot. Dec.
12. Billy Schmidt, Michael Ba.sha
Lewis Fontaine, James Gangle,
Michael Herring. Richard Wil
liams, Scott Williams, Charles Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, John Barbara, James Car Carney,
ney, Carney, Steve Diamond, Jack and
Frank Damlen. William Garber.
Keith Gerhart, Kelly Gerhart, Joe
Harari, Louis Jackson, James Hen-
ner, Victor Jansen, ; Steve Naar,
James and Richard Osborn. Meark
Poland. Michael Powell. Tommy
Pustis, Billy Quiros, Walter Len-
neville. Donald Clough. Ft auk and
Bill Baldwin. James Scott, John
and Lewis Stabler, John Stainer,
Garry Vaucher, Ricord Winstead,
David Zemer. M. '; McGroarty,
George Rosales and Patrick Smith.
New York .
W L T
B. Foster, F. Fox, K. Bradley,
C. Chadd. P. Fidanoue. K. Holi
day, T. Pescod, L. Robertson, R.
and D. Sumerford. M. Bruce. H.
Pet. Foster 'L. Lovelady; M. Morrow,
A. Sellars. A. Wallace R. A. Wal-
.444 SEYMOURi AGENCY JUNIORS
.400 w. W. Spencer Mgr. Bal-4302,
.333 joe Short coacn. First nractice
.m Thursday after school at the R.R.
Station in Balboa. Richard and
Kenneth Brogie George Black,
Jim Dilfer. R Farnsworth. Dannv
Pet. and Fred flnrria Pharle Ruernie.
.700 rie. John O'Connor. Robert Stan
WJ ley, Jimmy Tomanelli, John Wood-
-ouu mff rhrle Tterrinll Tjlthei- Da.
vis-' Joh11 Lemacks, Bobby Mohl,
400 Ttavld 'Rnm.rn Philin Stawart
300 Tnhn Adamil Mifh.ol Hallpv
Bruce Yuzna, Bryan Yuzna, Mil Milton
ton Milton Short 'and John Reynolds.
BALBOA :1S Jc 7:
- "BREAK IN THE
CRISTOBAL 1 7:00
Margarita :1S J:4
and "WEB OF
LA BOCA IM
Baltimore 31 .Lo Angeles 14
Philadelphia 7 Pittsburgh 6
San Francisco 27 New York 17
Cleveland 31 Chicago Cards 0
Washington 14 Chicago Bears 3
(Only games sheduled)
Next Saturdav'a Gaines
New' York at Pittsburgh
Baltimore at San Francisco
Chicago Bears at Chicaco Cards
Cleveland at Detroit v-
Green Bay at Los Angeles (
fnnaaeipma at Washington K
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BEfCT ON, DICKINSON Co., S. A.
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U. S. MANUFACTURING FIRM
Establjahing operations in tha Colon Frea Zona hat
Immediata amploymant openings for tha following;
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
' J) EXPORT DOCUMENTATION CLERK
Parsons spplyinj for thesa positions should ba bt bt-twaan
twaan bt-twaan tha ages of 20 and 40 and hava a. parfact
knowledge of "English and Spanish. Applicants for
these positions must' submit a detailed 'rasuma ef
their -working axparionca and past positions to
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Expsnca Jn thasa positions la desirable but wilt net
-. necessarily ba a pra-raquisita for amproymant.
THI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
cr Chain Reaction Sirikes Minors As They Reach Agreement
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1957
M Reynolds' House Of Lprds,
King s -Ransom Tournament
Attract Many Entrants
The A. G. Reynolds' "House of
Lords" and "King's Ransom"
tournament announcement last
week, qualifications for which
started Thursday and will finish
next Sunday evening showed
great early popularity over the
weekend when 32 Qualified for
the play, 18 of which were In the
1st flight (handicaps of from 0
In the second flight (handl
caps of from 12 to 24) 13 qual
if led, and it is expected that
nrobably the greatest turnout
of Qualifiers of the season will
finish ud the entries by next
Qualifiers are notified through
this means that the club handi
caps will, be adjusted during the
week to Include all matches play played
ed played in the Dunlon tourney as well
as all practice matches since
the last posting of handicaps in
Jimmy Ridge, the 1958 cham
pion of tne "House or Loras ana
practicing several times during
the week with his eyes set on
the winner's trophy.
As previously announced, the
play in the tourney will be dlH
vided into two men's rngnts,
and one women's flight. Prizes
will be awarded the low medal medalist
ist medalist and winners And runners-up
in each flight.
Full handlcan is being allowed
in this tourney for qualification,
and full difference In handicaps
will be allowed for all matcn
ulav. Qualification rounds must
be completed by 6 p.m. Sunday,
Well-known Jack Schor. spon
sor of this popular tournament,
announced that hia Allanza Dis Dis-tribudores,
tribudores, Dis-tribudores, S.A., will present the
prizes at a. buffet on Sunday
evitnlnir. Jan. 19. at the Panama
Golf Club. Schor's annual buffet
and nartv is one of the best-
known annual activities of the
Panama Golf Club and invita invitations
tions invitations to it this year will be at
tourney, was 'a premium!
By HAL WOOD
-! COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.,
Dec. 3- (UP Chain reaction,
as they finally reached agree
ment with the majors on fran
chise shifts and indemnities. In
the wake4 of year-long negotia negotiation
tion negotiation that extended from, coast
Completing discussions at the
annual major-mlnpr conven
tions, the action Is like this:
1 The Brooklyn Dodgers were
accepted in Los Angeles and the
New York Giants m sart Fran
clsco, taking over Pacific. Coast
t The Paclfie Coast League
announced it would take over
Spokane, Wash., Salt Lake Ci City,
ty, City, Utah, and Phoenix, Ariz., to
displace Los Angeles, Holly
Snood and San Francisco In the
3 The Class C Pioneer League,
losing Salt Lake City, will oper operate
ate operate next year again either as
a six or eight team league.
4 The Class C Arizona-Mexl
co League will continue without
Phoenix, but as a alx-team cir circuitthe
cuitthe circuitthe replacement yet to be
officially chosen. m
MacMurrayU pset, H inkle Wins
In Dunlop Tourney Semifinals
The Quarter final (third) round
of the 1957 Dunlcp Golf Cahmpion Cahmpion-ships
ships Cahmpion-ships now being played at the Pa
nama Golf Club turned up a big
surprise this week when Kade
(10) knocked off Charlie MacMur MacMur-ray
ray MacMur-ray (3) by a score of 2. and 1.
MacMurray, giving Kade strokes
on Nos. 1, 5, 8, li and 14, was
unable to hold his opponent. Mac-
Murray, to, give turn his due. was
very much off his regular game,
while Kade was consistently stea
dy around the course.
The other match in the uoDer
bracket of the 1st flisht foum
Jim Hikle with his jw 3 hand!
cap taking a lOtsl of 34 holes t(
knock off the medalist. 'Neero
Arias. Hinkle also cave up fiv
strokes to his opponent. Comin-
fought hack on the front ninel up and took 18 for 2 up "When
where he gave 3 strokes to Arias, ivloidn missed his putt.
On lae back nine, giving up only in the ziiu iligat oi the men's
2 strokes. Hikle finally over came .ourney, Jorge uoyii, meuiaiibi m
Arias' advantage but only after tne upper mghi, ueiealcd Bruce
laying superbly. Arias gave no
quarter to Hinkle and played well
In the lower bracket of the 1st
'light, Gordie Dalton defeated Gus
Kosik 3 and lv Dalton gave Ko Ko-sik
sik Ko-sik 3 strokes, but this was no ad advantage
vantage advantage for Gus as he was all
iver the course while Dalton play play-id
id play-id smoothly all the way around.
The other match In the first
light found Gencal Landon shoot shoot-ig
ig shoot-ig an 80 to defeat P.J. Moran
y a score of 2 up. Both had 7
sndicans and p'ayed even. Lan-
Navy's 'Team of Desire And
Ohio State National Champs
Early Bowl Game Favorites
By TIM MORIARTY
Ohio State's newly-crowned Na
tionil Champions and Navy's lat
est "team of desire" emerged as
the biggest favorites today in the
"early line" for college football's
The iBuckeyes are picked to de defeat
feat defeat Oregon by at least 15 points
in the Rose Bowl while Navy is
a 12-point choice over Rice for
their Cotton Bowl encounter.
Oklahoma's dethroned national
champions, generally rated at
least three touchdowns better than
their opponents on any givert Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, are "only" a 10-point pick
over Duke in the Orange Bowl.
Bast Bowl Qamti
The .Sugar and Gator Bowl
games shape up as the closest
struggles, at least n the minds of
the Broadway oddsm alters. -They
are quoting Mississippi as a three three-point
point three-point favorite over Texas in the
Sugar Bowl and list Texas A&M;
by two points over Tennessee in
the Gator Bowl.
The Middies accepted the Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Bowl berth Saturday after
blanking Army 14-0 at Philadel Philadelphia.
Rice wrapped up the Southwest
Conference title ana the otner cot
ton Bowl berth by blanking Bay
Mississippi had to settle for
7-7 tie against Mississippi State in
their season finale, but still wound
up with the Sugar Bowl berth op opposite
posite opposite Texas. Texas A&M will tac
kle Tennessee, a 20-8 victor over
Vanderhilt, in the Gator Bowl.
'Bama ft Temp Stat Wen
Meanwhile. Auburn rolled to
40-0 triumph over Alabama and
Arizona Tempe State whipped
Arizona 47-7, to wind up as the
nation's only major unbeaten and
untied teams. However, neither
will go "bowling" on New Year
Oklahoma. Orange Bowl bound
finished the' final big -Weekend of
the regular season by crushing
Oklahoma State. 53-6.
In other major Saturday games,
Holy Cross beat Boston college,
14-0; Clemson crushed Furman,
45-8: Notre Dame swamped South
ern Cal.. 40-12; Virginia surprised
North Carolina, 20-13: Georgia up
set Georgia Tech, 7-0, and LSU
downed Tulane, 25-6.
Ohio State Named '57
Mythical Grid Champs
By JOE SARSIS
NEW YORK (UP) Ohio State's
Buckeyes today were named the
1957 mythical college football
champions after a close ballot bat-
CAME SOLD OUT
NEW .YORK "(UP) The New
York Giants said today they are
sceentine no further ticket orders
for their Dec. 15 game with the
Cleveland 'Browns at Yankee Sta
dium. General Manager Kay
Walsh -said all reserved and box
seats for the game have been sold.
STUTTGART, Germany (UP)
Gustav (Bubi) Schoh, the unbeat unbeaten
en unbeaten German middleweight champi champion,
on, champion, outpointed Great Britain's Alex
Buxton Saturday night in a 10 10-round.bout.
round.bout. 10-round.bout. Scholz weighed 161V4
pounds and Buxton 162 V,
WILL RACE NO MORE
MODENA, Italy (UP) The Ma Ma-aerati
aerati Ma-aerati Automobile Co. made a sur surprise
prise surprise announcement Sunday that it
has decided to abandon racing
competitions. The Maserati racers
were among the most famous in
tne international racing circles.
ROSf WALL DOWNS HOAD
SYDNEY, Australi (UP) Ken
Rosewall beat Lew Hoad, 1-6,
12-10, 6-2, and Frank Sedgman de defeated
feated defeated Pancho Scgura, 6-3, 6-4,
Saturday night In professional ten tennis
nis tennis exhibitions.
RED ATHLETES WIN
MONTREAL (UP) Russia's
touring amateur hockey team de defeated
feated defeated the Ottawa-Hull Junior Ca Ca-nadiens,
nadiens, Ca-nadiens, 6-3; Sunday. The Rus Russians,
sians, Russians, who have lost only two of
six games since arriving in Can Canada;
ada; Canada; play Tuesday night at Kings
ton and conclude their tour at Ut-
tie with unbeaten Auburn and
Ohio State, winner of eight of
nine games and the Big Ten's rep
resentative to the Rose (Bowl
game, Jan. 1, was chosen the top
team in the final Voting by 14 of
the 35 coaches who make up the
unitea tress college Football Rat
ing Board. The Buckeyes also
drew nine second -place ballots,
seven third place ballots, three
fourths, one sixth and one seventh.
for a total of 307 points.
' Auburn is Second
Auburn, winner ol 10 straight
games in a perfect season, was
named first by 11 coaches, while
Michigan State -drew eight first
place ballots. The other two first
place ballots went to Arizona
Tempe) State, which also won 10
straight games without defeat this
Auburn finished with 290 points.
while Michigan State, whose only
loss in nine games was to Purdue
midway through tre season, had
283 points in one oL the closest
races in the eight-year history of
me cocnes rating posrd, which Is
recognized as tne most authentic.
The Buckeyes, who lost their
season opener to Texas Christian
rolled to eight straight wins in
their climb to the national cham
-Oklahoma's Sooners. national
champions in 1950, 1955 and 1956
and sixth in the ratings last week,
moved up two notches to fourth.
gaining 195 points. Iowa, third in
the Big Ten race behind Ohio
Stale and Michigan State, finished
fifth with 192 points.
Navy, Rice, Mississippi, Notre
Dame and Texas AftM rounded
out the top 10 in that order.
All the first 10 members with
the exception of Auburn, Michigan
State, Iowa and Notre Dame have
received various bowl bids. Ohio
State plays Oregon in the Rose,
Oklahoma is paired against Duke'
in the Orange Navy meets Rice in
the Cotton,- Mississippi plays Texas-in
the Sugar and Texas AftM
rj tawa Friday night..
- 1 meets Tennessee in the Gator.
5 The Class AAA American
Association will continue as an
eight-team circuit with the same
clubs competing as finished the
8 The Class B Three-Eye
League announced six teams
ready to gb: Cedar Rapids, Bur Burlington
lington Burlington and Davenport In Iowa;
Rochester, Minh., and Green
Bay and Appleton In Wiscon Wisconsin.
sin. Wisconsin. Two more will be chosen
from among Waterloo, la., and
Winona and Austin. Minn.
7 The Class AA Southern As
sociation was In trouble with its
New Orleans franchise. The pel
leans have no ball park to play
in at this moment and they are
awaitinr the decision of a judge
on whether they will be allowed
to use a city-owned park. If
they are refused, the future of
the club fa doubtful and. in the
meantime, the league can't
draw up a definite schedule.
8 The International League
got support in its threat to tne
the major leagues on proposed
Sunday game-oNweelt televis television
ion television when the Southern Asso Association
ciation Association voted to support the
threat; and the-American As Association
sociation Association set up an official pro protest.
test. protest. But the big action was on the
Pacific coast. Executives of the
PCL reported that they were
happy with the new alignment
and the indemnities offered by
the major laugus for taking
over their territories In San
Francisco and Los Angeles.
Leslie O'Connor, -president of
the PCL, wouldn't announce
what the Indemnities will be,
but the belief Is that they will
run between $750,000 and $1, $1,-000,000.
000,000. $1,-000,000. They will be paid over a
period or tnree years.
-we aren t nappy over tne
compromise on this, and we sup
pose the major league teams
aren't happy either." said O'
Connor. "But' it was the best
compromise uiti co.ua ct
The PCL. In turn will have to
pay indemnities to the Pioneer
and Arizona-Mexico League for
taking Salt Lake City and Fhoe
A statement from the PCL
"We have agreed on the trans
f er of the San Francisco Seals
to phoenix and the Los Angeles
Angeles Angels to Spokane, pro providing
viding providing they make park, improve improvements
ments improvements to nieet PCL standards.
"Also, the Salt Lake City fran
chise will be acceptable to the
PCL for transfer and operation
of the Hollywood franchise, pro provided
vided provided satisfactory financial ar
rangements can be made and
other PCL standards met."
On the Salt Lake City situa
tion, Nick Morgan, representing
a syndicate, offered the PCL
$150,000 to "bring PCL baseball
to the city." It is indicated that
the offer will be accepted, with
the Hollywood club getting part
of the money and the salt Laxe
City.irancmse in uu rwneer
League the rest.
"While nothing definite hai
been set on Salt Lake City go
ing into the Pacific Coast
League," said Pioneer League
President Claude Engeberg.
"we wish them the best ef
luck If thev do take ever.
"Well operate in 1958 either
as a six or eight-team league.
It was reported that Casper,
Wyo., definitely had been' drop dropped
ped dropped as a replacement for the Salt
Lake Citv franchise. The citizens
posal to buna a baseoau par.
Other possibilities are Helena
and Butte. Mont. Ana tnere was
even some discussion of Calga Calgary
ry Calgary and Edmonton in Canada
more tnan 500 mnes away irom
Great Falls, Mont.; northern northernmost
most northernmost post in the pioneer Loop.
Major item on the business a-
genda' for today is the minor
league draft, which was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to start at-10 Jn.
in even after 18, Hinkle again don flipped a birdie on 17 to lead
Odds Never More Hopeless
For U.S. Davis Cup Squad
By STEVI SNIDER
NEW YORK, Dec. 3 (UP) The
odds never were more hopeless
against any U.S. Davis Cup
squad than they are today against
the second team of Yanks now
The celebrated Aussies obvious
ly are a shoo-in m the challenge
round coming up at Melbourne
Dec. 26-28 not because of any
superior naitve talent simple be because
cause because tennis is a way of life to
the dedicated kids down under.
Two Yanks who could make the
"varsity" if they tried Dick
Savitt and, Ham Richardson
didn't even bother to make the
trip, pleading pressing personal
affairs. If either or both had e e-lected
lected e-lected to concentrate on tennis,
the U.S. would have a fair chance,
of regaining the Davis Cup.
But with veterans Vic Seixas,
Herb Flam and Gardnar Mulloy
carrying the load, with a couple
of youngsters tossed in for ballast
the odds against the Yanks are
HANDLE OUR BEST
Anv of the too Australians-Ash
ley Cooper, Mai Anderson, Mar Mar-vyn
vyn Mar-vyn Rose or Neale Fraser can
handle our best without much
They ve sharply trained, disci disciplined
plined disciplined and can rise to even great
er heights when they're playing
under their nation's banner In a
cup ahowdowC The" only "Thing
that shakes an Aussie's "patriot "patriotism"
ism" "patriotism" in regard to competing as
ap amateur is a solid bundle of
When Savitt, semi retired but
still a tough tennis player when
he wants to be had his "patriot
ism" questioned because he de
clined a berth on the cup team
last fall he was taken aback.
'Patriotism doesn't enter into
this," he said. "This is tennis.
it's not the end of the world for
anybody if I don't play."
Savitt had his shot at being a
"tennis bum" and he enjoyed ev
ery minute of it while winnipg
the Australian and Wimbledon
"I had to make my decision
then to go into business for my
future or keep being a tennis
bum as long as I could run," Sa
vitt said. "Actually the choice
wasn't hard. A career comes
Richardson also had his fling at
the tennis circuit but last season
stuck to his books as a Rhodes
Scholar in England and twice
passed up the trip to Austrialia be because,
cause, because, his wife wasn't allowed to
make the trip. He, too, is push
ing a future career that doesn't
The Aussies, meanwhile, are de
veloping a host of youngsters
whose first thought Is tennis. Soon
the pro ranks will include nothing
"We don't believe in taking our
kids out of college to make tennis
players out of them," says cup
captain Billy Talbert. "Tennis
takes second place to their plans
for a career."
And it also means second place
or worse in Davis Cup play.
varpcuicr 4 aiiu 3. ooia piajcu
even Willi no suuao auvaiiuge.
vicuige umer iooK over-ban n-
aanque by a score ol 2 ana 1,
giwng Karl a siroKts advantage,
in tiie lower bracKti oi me
uighi, R. ue Mena, giving Jorge
oiuausle 3 slroKcs, overcome me
aavaiuage lo win by a score ol
i up anu Roilie Gleichman oi the
i'uei'za y jluz (no auj ueieaied
dass 8 anu b .niei a 36 noie
maiatnon. Coming in 1 down.
Gleicnman toox 18 to tie up tne
baturuay paly, wmcli had to uj
discontinueu uue to the heavy
ram. Tne final 18 holes were
played isunuay morning, over a
In the women's flight, Beverly
Dilier took over Helen Owens 3
anu 2 in one ol tne semi linal
round matches. Helen had an
8-siroke advantage but it was not
enougn to overcome the accuracy
of her opponent.
In the other semr final round
match in the women's 'liight, Mrs.
Hobinson defeated Mrs. .bass by
a score of 7 and 6, despite a
12-stroke giveaway to her oppon
The play this week in the men's
flights will be in the semi-tinal
round (4th), and in the upper brac bracket
ket bracket of the 1st flight, win pit Jim
Hinkle (4) against Kade (10).
Hinkle will be giving up 5 strokes
and will have to piay par golf
to win over Kade, who has been
playing winning gold for" the past
three weeks. In tho lower semi semifinal
final semifinal of the 1st flight. Gordie Dal Dalton
ton Dalton will take on General London,
giving Landon strokes on 5 and
14. As the General commented to today,
day, today, "Gordie hits for how, but
he also putts for dougsh, and I
told him to leave his putter home
when he plays me." Gordie's hot
putter sometimes more than
makes up for the stroke advant
.In the 2nd flight of the men's
tourney, Jorge Boyd (16) will take
on George uuier (1Z), with the
latter giving up 3 strokes to the
medalist. In the lower bracket of
the 2nd flight, R. de Mena (15)
will play Roilie Glek'hman (15),
which should be a very goodmatch
to determine the finalist in this
The finalists in the women s
flight are Beverly Dilfer and Ire Irene
ne Irene Robinson. Their match for the
winner's trophy wil probably a-
wait the play of the men's semi semifinals
finals semifinals by next week in order to
"ve all the finals played dur
ing the same week.
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C L A S S I F I E D 5
TH'S SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE -074Q
IS FOR SALE
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1-1877, Cristobal S-17J.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homes, on
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FOSTER'S Cottages n Llr
Boich Hou. On. milt past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Small homo, 3
rooms with 500 meter, land,
runnim pip '' M,nVj""
ocnia. Chilibr.. S10 monthly.
Apply No. 112. Via Balitano Po-
aj. Phona i-if.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:
Beautiful chalet, two bedroomi.
FOR RENT: 2 chaleti. 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, hot water, aervanta room
and sarden. Via Epana 97,
FOR RENT: Clean furnithed
room in the bet residential ec ec-tion,
tion, ec-tion, near all bu stop. 43rd.
j street No. 13.
NEW YORK (UP)- The final
United Press college footba 1 rat
tngs (with first-plact votes anr'
won-lost records in parentheses):
1. Ohio State (14) (6-1) 307
2. Auburn 11) (10-0) 290
a Mirhiean State 8) (8-1) 283
A nklahama (9-1) I95
5. Iowa (7-1-1) 192
6. Navy (8-1-1) 1,7
7. Rice (7-3) 1"
8. Mississippi (8-1 -V 81
,9. Notre Dame (6-3) 60
lO.Texas A&M (8-2) 58
Second 10 group 11, Texas, 36;
12, Arizona (Tempe) State 2), 32;
13. Army, 20; 14 (tic), Duke and
Wisconsin, 19 each: 16 Tennessee,
8- 17. Oregon, 7; 18 (tie), Clemson
and UCLA, 6 each; 20, North Car Carolina
olina Carolina State, 5.
Others Texas Christian, 4;
Illinois, Oregon Stale and Prince Princeton,
ton, Princeton, 1 each.
1 Via Espana
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modern furnished apartments, I,
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Phono Panama 1-494 K',
FOR RENT: Vacationing couple
sublet cool apartment fatpished
January, February, March.'Om March.'Om-po
po March.'Om-po Alegre. Tel. 3-0272.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, very cool, one bedroom.
Hot water, Perryhill, 2dn street
No. II. Tel. 3-2694 or 3-0533.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroorn apart apartment
ment apartment with extra Urge livirtfl and
dining room, terraces,",' modern
closets, maid's quarters,. fiat wat water,
er, water, all screennedf in '"Nuevo -Campo
Alegre", close td 50th
street. Phona 3-3273, Panama.
FOR RENT: Beautifully all fur furnished
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Ave. Mexico 60 near 43rd St.
FOR RENT: Two one-bedroom
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quiet location. Near Hotel Pana Panama.
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FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment one bedroom. Another one
two bedroom unfurnished. "El
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10 USAF Officers
In Regular Service
Tpn USAF Reserve officers sta
tioned on the Isthmus and South
America were selected to receive
rppnlar USAF commissions on the
fourth list of officers tobe inte
grated into the regular ,establisn ,establisn-ment
ment ,establisn-ment under the present 'A i r
Force augmentatiou program, Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Air Command Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters at Albrook AFB announced
The list contained names of of officers,
ficers, officers, who have a total of six,
seven and eight years active fed-1
eral commissioned service.
CAirC officers named include;
8 years Maj. James;E. l'otts,
Resident Auditor CAirC, Albrook,
Capt. William A. Day, Public In Information
formation Information Officer, Hq Ctfir C, Al Albrook;
brook; Albrook; Capt. Van NcSs'H. Bar Barnard,
nard, Barnard, Transport Pllotj 5700th Air
Base Group Albrook and Capt.
riaphael Bentschner, USAF Mis Mission
sion Mission to Argentina.
Seven yeais Capt. Marion W.
McMichael, Chief, Classification
and Training Division,.!,. CAirC,
Albrook; Capt. Eugene Hi. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Adjutant, 5700th Operations
Squadron, Albrook; and Capt- I-eo
W. Tubay, USAF Mission fo Vet
nezuela. juj- i
Six years Maj. WiL,G. Hill,
Jr., USAF Mission to-ftezuela ;
Capt. Victor H. Bolado, USAF
School for Latin America, Albrook;
and Capt. William A. May, Jr.,
Air Traffic Controller, 1978th
NATO Meet In Paris
Will Decide Arms
Rate, Says Bulganin
HELSINKI, Dec. 3 (UP) Rus Russian
sian Russian Premier Nikolai Bulganin
charged today that the Paris NA NATO
TO NATO meeting this month' will de decide
cide decide on new arms race plans un under
der under pressure from the United
Bulganin, in an interview with
Finnish newspaper editors now
touring the Soviet Urrfon, said
"The L.S will increase pressure
on her allies at the NATO meet meeting
ing meeting in order to get a sUk better
grip on their resources and furth furth-rr
rr furth-rr redure their independence.
"It is ooenly admitted that this
session will lay out tBe new
roads of the arms r2Ce!'and ar arrange
range arrange for the statio lingSof hydro hydro-Ten,
Ten, hydro-Ten, atomic and nckejt ..weapons
in NATO bases, Bulganiisaid.
Bulganin called on tiw neutral
nations to reduce international ten tensions.
sions. tensions. "The neutral coutre"i can
play an important part the re relief
lief relief of international tensions, he
said. "Their voice can "Wave, a a-mong
mong a-mong others at the United Na Nations,
tions, Nations, an important mfing in
'he reduction of tension;"
The patients at Gorjfas
,pital Wards 10. 13 anrlil4
jrnt.ertainert l?st werfcr.fcv
;the "Giy Crooners
boa and Paraiso.
Arrareemenu for trtt enu-r
itf'nmnn were made "Wh Gran Granville
ville Granville Davis, leader cf sfcr Star-iNont.'-
Quartette. bv -the Red
; Cross Unit at Gorita.
I The membors of the Vincent
Ford Pufrt tr" sre J.Vi"i'nt
aid and V v.wi V.'rJkr,
Violet Proverb.?. D.i0l;j Camp Campbell.
bell. Campbell. B'risforrt Gittena. Rudolph
Charles, ano Ftrdy Thepion are
the members it thr Om Croon-
i.kave voua ao wrrn on op ovm
INTERNAL Ofe PUBl.iCACIONtS No 1 Lottrr)
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FOR SALE: 1950 Oldimobile,
convertible $150.00 down. Will
finance. Balboa 3050.
FOR SALE: 1947 Chrviler in
good condition. $250.00 or belt
offer. Tivoli Guest House. Room
FOR SALE: 1950 Packard 4 4-d'oor
d'oor 4-d'oor sedan. 8 Cyl.. duty paid.
$150.00. Balboa Phone 2-2804.
FOR SALE: 1949 Lincoln 4 -door.
Faircond. $185. best offer or
trade item similar value. 86 86-2165
2165 86-2165 duty 86-6138 home. Sat.
FOR SALE: 56 Ford station
wagon, Fordomatie, 4-door, 9 9-pass..
pass.. 9-pass.. T-Bird engine, 11.000
miles. Albrook 3106. 287-A
FOR SALE: Commercial Willys
Jeep 1953, in perfect mechanical
conditions. $700. Can be seen
at Cantera Los Andes, carretera
Transistmica 1 km. after "IFE
FOR SALE: Chevrolet station
wagon 1954, wradio, new tires,
excellent condition $1050. Call
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LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
Fidanque Travel Service
Navy Ready To Try
Off Cane Canaveral
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.. Dec.
3 (Hp i Navv technicians put
'he finishing touches todav on a
'lender rocket carrying Ameri
ca's hopes to duplicate Russia s
leap into space.
Evervthlne was reported eoine
accordine to plan for tomorrow's
Latest Information, all unoffi unofficial.
cial. unofficial. w8a that the Navy's van vanguard
guard vanguard missile might be fired at
an" hour or minute from 5 a.m.
until dusk off lonely and windy
Cape Canaveral. v
The 72 -foot -long, three-stage
rocket will attempt to place a
.ix-inch babv moon Into orbit. It
is a tlnv thing compared to Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's second, dog-bearing Sput Sputnik
nik Sputnik but It will send back a radio
i?nl. if successfully orbited, to
W the world know the United
States has met the challenge.
The vanguard test could be
n receded today by the firing of a
less sDectacular missile, possibly
a snark, which is a long-ranre
ramjet device hugging the
erth'! atmosphere at a speed
bhUv below tht of scund.
"t"-ou"h bT-rt rtentlflc
"de-!thow to the mll'tary test
"-in" o'ng o" her at a fever fever-'.h
'.h fever-'.h pace, the scheduled vanguard
ri i 1 V. 4 t kUi.
linns: hps uiuuicin uic .uit(c
rowd of newsoa oermen and of-j
Ip'xI -id unofficial observers
FOR SALE: 1 set book "Trails
For Children," 8 volumes. Like
new. $25.00. Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: Outstanding selec selection
tion selection of choice U. S. and European
Christmas ornaments, dacorationa
and lights for homes, stores,
clubs and organization. American
Supply Co. "J" St. 13-06.
FOR SALE: Baldwin Grand Pia Piano,
no, Piano, studio sixe in excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Terms can be arranged.
Tropelco. 45th St. and Via Es Espana.
pana. Espana. FOR SALE: RCA refrigerator
$200.00; small Rattan table;
metal dresser cabinet. Call 3 3-3149.
3149. 3-3149. FOR SALE: Horses. Panama
Riding School, Chiva Chiva trail,
C. Z. Phona Ft. Clayton 2282.
FOR SALE: Master craftman
metal, and thread cuting bench
lathe complete with chuck and
accesories, one 410 Stevenson
shot gun. Tel. 3-2496.
FOR SALE: By great popular
demand Lum's sale extended
until 15th December. 30 off.
Ave. Nacional (Auto Row).
FOR SALE: Automatic Bendix
washing machine $100.00.
Phone Albrook 6232.
FOR SALE: Ping Pong table,
baby tenda with pad and other
misc. items. Phone Navy 2261.
or oraomra at is-W -it. rmM. "i-r;. rVacM Lom:
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COL. ARTHUF P. HURR, Commander, Albrook AFB presents the recently won Department of
the Air Force Achievement Award for civilian suggestion program 1957 to Lt. Col. Claude A.
Babb, Base personnel officer, while W. E. Zorn (left) chairman of the joint management im improvement
provement improvement awards committee and R. C. Rowe, acting base civilian, personnel officer watxh.
CAirC U. S. civilian personnel established a 46 participation to rank lt second among major
air commands, usaf. (uiriciai usaf rnoto)
Civilian Suggestions Save
Millions For Air Force
The Caribbean Air Command
was recently awarded the USAF
Achievement Award for its large
participation in the civilian em employe
ploye employe suggestion program for fis fiscal
cal fiscal year 1957.
Under the chairmanship of Wes Wesley
ley Wesley E. Zorn, chief of the Civilian
Employe Utilization Branch of
Base Civilian Personnel Office, the
joint management improvement a a-wards
wards a-wards committee paid U. S. civi civilian
lian civilian emnloyes $580 for suggestions
that will save $17,315 during their
first year of being in effect.
Based oo the number of sug suggestions
gestions suggestions per 1,000 employes, C
HIELO SECO, S. A. DRY ICE INC.
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on Wednesday, December 17, 1957 at 4 p.m.
at the plant.
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Box 341 5, Panama, R. P.
Ave. No. FOTO nOMr
tret FARMACIA "Af-VIa Porrae
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 2 hp. outboard
motor and 12 foot boat, Boat
need paint. Job $75.00. Call
FOR SALE: 15 Sea Babe 2
motor and Controles with trailer
$950.00. Call Cristobal 7420.
FOR SALE: Strong out board
boat 16" motor all equipment,
large office safe and shark hooks.
House 75 Vista Hermosa 89th.
15 Years In Jail
HAGEN, Germany, Dec. 3 (UP)
Kormr Nazi concentration
camp commandant Paul Thoman Thoman-ek,
ek, Thoman-ek, 49, today was sentenced to 15
years imprisonment at hard labpr
for causing the death of 100 Jew Jewish
ish Jewish prisoners during World War
He was convicted on five counts
of manslaughter during the time
he operated three camps near
AirC established a rating of 46
per cent, which ranks it second
among all major commands in
the USAF. Air Force Headquarters
had urged all commands to strive
for a rating of 25 per cent.
Air Force wide the suggestion
awards program will save 32.4
million the first year the sugges
tion are impiementea.
This is the largest savings of
any governmental agency and ac accounts
counts accounts for 43 per cent of government-wide
savings totalling 74.4
million resulting from the 1957
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FOR SALE: Dining table with
extension leaves and six chairs.
Fold-away bad; bar with match matching
ing matching chair and mirror, Tel. 3 3-0272.
0272. 3-0272. FOR SALE: Only two Spax
washing machinal 25 cycles.
Priced right. Tropelco 45th St.
and Via Espana.
FOR SALE: Modern dining
room set, complete wbuffet and
Six chairs, vary cheap. Betania
FOR SALE: Complete double
beaJs from-$29.00. Army type
cots wo mattress $6.95. Maho Mahogany
gany Mahogany dining table 4 chain $30.
Brand new dinette sets (6 pc).
Your choice of colors $79.95.
aluminum folding, chairs $9.50.
Basket chairs $9.95.' Wrought
iron dining table 6 chairs $99.
Bunk beds $39.00. Many other
' bargains in new and used furni furniture.
ture. furniture. HX-Household Exchange.
41 Auto Row. We pay cash for
your old1 furniture. Tel. 3-4911
FOR RENT: 4 burner gas range
with oven. 4 ft. Servel gas refri refrigerator.
gerator. refrigerator. Cheap. Call 3-5190 Pa
FOR SALE: Mahogany chef chef-fonier
fonier chef-fonier with mirror, wicker chair,
armchair with reclining back.
Bargain. Tel. 3-0617.
SPACE BOUNLV-Th Artnyt
threeEtage tet missile, Jppi-ter-C.
blat off during a test
firing at Cape Canaveral, Fla.
Defense Secretary McEh-oy bu
ordered the Army to prepar to
launch an earth mtenitatisjng
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J-mlnufe car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
car $6. Auto-BaAo, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
FREE PICK UP AND DELI DELIVERY:
VERY: DELIVERY: on TV HI-FI
Radio and Phonographs. Same
day service it call ia received
by 7:00 p.m. We have transistors
for 1957 and 59 automobile ra radios.
dios. radios. Phone: Panama, 3-7607
U. S. Television.
FOR SALE: 1954 Cushman
Eagle motor icrooter rear seat,
alufhinum sidesaddles, excellent
condition, $175.00. Tel 86 86-7142,
7142, 86-7142, Albrook, Qtrs. 124-B.
Paydirt Suggestion Winners
From Puerto Rico Have Fun
Five soldiers from Puerto Rico
who are guests ot the U.S. Army
Caribbean on a live-day all expense-paid
guided tour of the Pa Panama
nama Panama area and the Caribbean
Command, were cordially receiv received
ed received by Brig. Gen. Milton L. Og-
den in his office yesterday.
They are Sp-2 Samuel Nelson
Jr., bp-3 Roy M Marion, Pfc.
John P. Hetfron, Sp-2 Robert A.
Shireling Jr., and Sp-3 Richard L.
Wood. They are all members ot
the 7503rd Tech Service Unit,
They arrived at Cristobal, Thurs
day, aboard the MSTS Geiger, for
five days of sightseeing, their a a-ward
ward a-ward for recent winnings' in jthe
Army's Project Paydirt Suggestion
They war mot at shipside by
Lwotenant Colonel A. G. May,
deputy pott commander Pert
yuiicx wno ai in nms rime
greatecr five Panerrrrea wfn
rurt returning aboard the Oeig-
ar from a likt visit ia Puerto
While talking with the men Og-
den who is acting commanding
general of U. S. Army Caribbean
in the absence of Mai. Gen.
Thomas L. Harrold, complimented
the five Ft. Buchanan soldiers on
their initiative as winners in the
Army wide suggestion program,
and discussed with each of them
his career in the Army.
The general then discussed and
explained the reason for the sun
ri"ng over the Pacific ocean and
f mg over the Atlantic, a phe
nomenon of nature on the Pacific
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end of the Canal. This is the only
place in the Americas where this
occurs, and is due to the natural
maneup or ranama itself.
After meeting the general, the
winners departed for a visit to
the Atlantic side. Col. Gines Pe Perez,
rez, Perez, commanding officer Fort Gu Gu-lick,
lick, Gu-lick, was the host for the day.
A tout was arranged which in included
cluded included Fort San Lorenzo, the Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Warfare Training Center, Fort
Davis, Gatun Locks, Cristobal and
Colon. Thev were htnrhenn onaeta
at the USARCARIR School by
the invitation of CoL Perez.
V Frlcj:fjf, visitud the1
military JntralLatiohs of the Pa- :
cifie Sid in the tnernlncj and'
were takan en tour of Pane-'
ma City and environ that aft.'
ernoon by Fart Amador Sarvior
Club director, EVatty Habarstick.
' The Puerto Ricart .Pavrlirt urn.
friers were feWdJftTffrday by the
ran-canai company Tvitn a launctt
trip from Pedro jfuguel landing
through the Gaillard Cut to Gam Gam-boa.
boa. Gam-boa. They were met in Gamboa
and stopped over at Summit Tro Tropical
pical Tropical Gardens and Miraflores
Locks on the way back to Ama Amador.
dor. Amador. Saturday they went on a shop shopping
ping shopping tour of Panama City. That
night they appeared on CFN Ra Radio
dio Radio and TV. V
Sunday the group left Pier 20
early in the morning aboard the
Q-65 for a fishing trip in the
Pacific. They were accompanied
by the six second-place USARCA
RIB Project Paydirt winners.
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 3. 1957
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Facing Physical and Political Challenges .
Eisenhower HasBusiest Day
Since Suffering Mild Stroke
- WASHINGTON, Dec. 3 (UP) President Eisenhower, continuing his "excel "excellent"
lent" "excellent" recovery from a mild stroke, went to work at 8:15 a.nf. today.
He began early another busy day, topped by a meeting with Congressional lead leaders
ers leaders and his Democratic adviser on Atlantic treaty matters, Adlai E. Stev,enson. This
Bieeting, opening at 9 a.m., presented the biggest challenge to his physical and po political
litical political strength since he suffered a mild stroke last Monday.
Z Press secretary James C. Hagerty reported this morning:
"The President had another good night's sleep. His progress continues to be ex excellent.
cellent. excellent. He was in his office at 8:15 a.m."
Haaerry made the announcement arrer conferring wirn aocrors
t Y 1 S II
m I Xi a Kim
in through a side entrance and
spent about 10 minutes in con
Jerence with the President be
fnrp the main meetine began.
Stevenson has been advisine
Dulles on proposals the United
States will put before me worm
Atlantic Treaty Organization
council at the Paris summit
meeting Dec. 16-18.
It was Stevenson's first face-to-face
meeting with the Presi President,
dent, President, since Eisenhower defeated
him for the second time in the
1956 race for the presidency.
Stevenson later said today that
President Eisenhower wants him
to attend the NATO summit
meeting in Paris Dec. 16-18.
Stevenson said after a White
House conference that ne is de deferring
ferring deferring a decision for a week or
m davs until he completes his
consultative work at the State
Administration sources said
the President and his- "team"
are expected to outline a 39 39-40
40 39-40 billion dollar defense budg budget,
et, budget, including more money for
missiles. They also forecast a
foreign aid request for next
year of around four billion dol dollars,
lars, dollars, half a billion more than
this year's allowance.
Housfi Republican leader Jo
seph W. Martin Jr. predicted an
overall spending budget for the
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This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m today
Is orenared bv the WeteWoln WeteWoln-irical
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Low f9 76
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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4
1:16 a.m. 7:42 a.m.
1:48 p.m. 7:57 p.m.
At Balboa School
The production of Handel's
"Messiah" by the College Commu
ritv Chorus will be given Tues
tiay night Dec. 10 jn the Patio of
th? Balboa Elementary bcnooi.
The first, of the big music pro programs
grams programs held during t'e Christmas
season on the Istnaii, tne Mes Messiah
siah Messiah will be given under the direc direction
tion direction of 'Neil V. Branstetter, Mu Music
sic Music Supervisor for the Canal Zone
The program will be the work
of the members of the Communi
ty Chorus and the Canal Zone
College Chorus. The members of
the Community Chorus are adults
who rehearse each week through throughout
out throughout the year and who regularly
present music programs of prov proven
en proven intrinsic value. The College
Chorus consists of regularly en
rolled, full-time students from the
Canal Zone Junior College, who
take the vocal music course for
The organist and soloists for
the oroduction of Messiah are all
fiscal year starting" next July 1
in excess of this year's peace peacetime
time peacetime record of an estimated 72
Administration leaders also
were expected to explain tenta tentative
tive tentative U.S. plans for strengthening
scientific and military coopera-i
tion among America's allies in
the lace of Russia s space cnai-
These include setting up mis
sile bases in allied European na
tions and sharing atom weapon
Martin and speaker Sam
Rayburn agreed a defense
budget boost is expected and
as a consequence hopes for a
tax cut next year are about
Other congressional sources
said the President faces a stiff
if not hopeless fight for any anything
thing anything like a four-billion-dollar
High Schools)- turns in trie group'!
contribution to Mai. Charles W. Jagee, area campaign man
ager. Each officer and enlisted man of the Instructor Group
contributed one-arid-a-half days pay, enabling the group to
oversubscribe Its quota by 151 per cent. (U.S. Army Photo)
White Mother Says Segregation Act
Unconstitutional; Court Disagrees
OVERSUBSCRIBES TO CX UNITED FUND r- Capt. Chrlsto-
I Dher Wheeler, left, kevman for the Canal Zone United Fund
The President apparently was seeking to demonstrate that he is not yet ready to Drive in the u.s. Army instructor Group (Canal zone rotc
jetire or reduce snarpiy tne pace or nis uuniuei
Yesterday, one week tc the day
ipi-or differing a "cerebral arte-
Sal occlusion," or slight stroke,
le President made an 80-mile
drive hack from oeuysouig, ru.,
presided over a cabinet meeting
for one hour and 20 minutes
conferred with his secretaries of
State and Detense; aau pivw
ed golf snois ior io iuuiub -v,o
white House back lfwn.
Presidential physician Dr.
Howara Met. ouyii 7""";-,:
the President v.en he left his
'Office at 5:45 p.m.
Affo- thp Presidents most
Strenuous day to date Snyder
pronounced him in "excellent
condition, showing "no signs ot
Eisenhower viet with Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson and congressional leaders
4 vnth nnrt.ies to seek bipar
tisan support for strengthen strengthening
ing strengthening the Atlantic alliance and
increasing defense spending in
the face of Russia's missile ad-
and Secretarv of
State John Foster Dulles arrived
at the White House earl", went
ssman I o Press Investigation
Of Truj ill o-linked Disappearan ces
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3 (UP) A Congressional Investigator planned today to'
look further into the disappearance of a prlot connected with missing Columbia Univer
sity professor Jesus de Calindez. .. ; :'
Rep. Charles O. Porter (D-Ore.) said he would, meet, here with & number of psr-
sons, including th$ father of missing flier Cerald Lester. Murphy of Eugene, Ori,'!J v
Porter did not Indicate whether he had any more information about Murphy,
who he claims was killed because he knew top much about what happened to Ca
lindez. ' v'
The new Investigation came'as,Galindez. a harsh critic of Tru- some Dart-tlms work and told
rrank in a general way about
Blandlno's needs. ;
Sfill.Vanf To Marry
Murphy's name cropped up in
me i'eaerai court trial of for
mer FBI man John Joseph
Frame, accused of acting as an
unregistered agent in tnls coun
try forthe Dominican Republic
and Dominican strongman Ra
faei l. TruJlllo.
Frank allegedly investigated
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12:55. 2:21. 4:04. 5:47. 7:30. 9:13
Reouej! For Special
Judge Sli'l Penning;
Defendant In Jail
A case Involving a burglary of
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe s home
was continued again today when
it came up before the Judge in
U.S. District Court. The alleged
burglar was sent back to jay to
The Judge reiterated today
tnat ne does not feel in a dosI-
tlon to try the case, since It In
volves a burglary of his own
home. He is now waiting for the
Department of Justice to ar
range for a special judge to try
the case. He said he wrote them
making the request on Sept. 5.
Long-haired defendant Federl
co Zapata was judged to be sane
last month after he had been
submitted for a month's obser
vation in a hospital.
The 32-year-old Panamanian
faces not only the burglary
cnarge. Dut also one of return
ing to the Canal Zone after de
portation. In default of posting
the $500 bail set on each charge.
ne was returned to jail today
when tne case was continued.
Judge Crowe's home was bur burglarized
glarized burglarized on Aug. 12. The thief
made off with clothing, silver
and gold jewelry, some of which
has been recovered.
There have been two other in
stances on the Canal Zone when
a special judge was appointed to
hear a case. The first was in
1914, and the second in 1930.
Before being led back to jail
Zapata mumbled in Spanish to
no one in particular:
"Why should I be handcuffed
like a criminal? Aren't I a Pan
RICHMOND, Va. (UP) A
white mother's contention that
Virginia's cuoil placement act, a
key measure to preserve racial
segregation, was unconstitutional
was thrown out today by the State
Mrs. Theo DeFelao. a Fairfax
County mother whose two sons
were denied admission to county
schools because she refused to
sien the forms requesting place
ment, argued that the law vio
lated the federal Constitution.
. Chief Justice Edward Hudgins,
who wrote the high court's opm
ion, said "there was notmng to
back up" her challenge of the
law, the first to reach the state's
It left the legal status of tne
act clouded since federal court
rulings, including one from the U.
S. Supreme Court, have labeled it
"unconstitutional on its face"
when used as a method to main
tain school segregation.
But the State Supreme Court
said the issue "involved no broad
constitutional question of facial
Hudgins said the only issue was
whether Mrs. DeFebio, a college
graduate who drives a taxi m
Washington, should be required to
sign the application; .requesting
school assignments for her two
sons. He pointed out the applica application
tion application makes no mention of race.
The long awaited opinion said
"there was nothing in the applica application
tion application that violates any of the peti
tioner's constitutional or oher le
gal rights.' Hudgins added:
"Indeed, the information sought I
could have been required by the
school authorities without a specif
ic act of the General Assembly."
Mrs. DeFebio, the court said,
desired tnat her two sons, Nicky,
10, and Teddy, 14, attend white
schools in Fairix County, locat located
ed located just outside Washington,, but
balked at signing the placement
application. The two boys were
were refused admittance to
It was the first direct ruling on
the controversial plan under which-
all Virginia students are assigned
schools. Other legislation would
cose any school in which mixed
classes are taught or shut off
funds if integration occures.
U. S. District Judge Walter Hoff
man of Norfolk said the act. was
unconstitutional last February in
a ruling on desegregation suits in
Norfolk and Newport News. Since
his ruling apparently was not di
rectly aimed at the placement act,
the program continued to function.
even though the U. S. Supreme
Court refused to review Hoffman's
Mayflower II Pays
To Plymouth, Mass.
PLYMOUTH,?. Mass. (UP)
Mayflower II's;"Thanksgiving visit
to Plymouth was a financial and
historical success, officials of the
Plymouth Plantation said today.
"The success of the Plymouth
exhibit will pay the cost of having
her in the harbor, provide funds
for starting her winter exhibit in
the South and even may enable
us to begin liquidating her debt,'
said Henry Hornblower II, presi
Some 15,000 boarded the May
flower during its days here
Thousands of persons throng
Plymouth annually for a re-enactment
of the first Thanksgiving
which took place in 1621, the year
after the Pilgims landed.
Hornblower vsaid the Mayflower
was being readied for departure
"at midweek" for Miami, where
it will be berthed during the
"She'll head for Miami under
tow," he said, an Hvill be com
manded by Godfrey Wicksteed
who served as first mate during
the May f 1 o w e r's transAtlantie
crossing last spring. The ship will
return here permanently in June,
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To End Dictatorship
BOGOTA, Colombia (UP) Col Colombia's
ombia's Colombia's voters gave almost unan unanimous
imous unanimous approval to a program
aimed at ending a decade of dic dictatorships
tatorships dictatorships and civil warfare which
has cost an estimated 2CS.0O0
lives, returns from Sunday's na national
tional national plebiscite showed today.
Some 3 million Colombians, in including
cluding including women vno were voting
for the first time in the country's
history, participated in the ballot balloting.
ing. balloting. There were no reports of viol violence
ence violence in e first nationwide voting
With one-third of the votes
counted, the tabulations showed
93,143 in lavor, mi against ana
546 Wank ballots.
The program was supported by
the leading Conservative and Lib Liberal
eral Liberal parties and was endorsed by
the ruling five-man military junta
which overthrew Dictator Gut'
tav Rojas Pinilla last May.
The plebiscite was on a series
of measures to:
Form a bi partisan govern government
ment government with Conservatives and Lib Liberals
erals Liberals holding an equal number of
Grant both parties equal rep
resentation in national and oro-
Provide for popular election of
members of Congress next year
to restore legislative power non
existent for the last five years.
Lega&te the junta as a pro provisional
visional provisional government until civil
rule is restored next Aug. 7.
Congressmen elected next spring
will select the president Leading
contender, acceptable to both Con Conservatives
servatives Conservatives and Liberals, is Guil Guil-lerrao
lerrao Guil-lerrao Leon Valencia, a Conservative.
Gets Light Term
Giving a deportee what he call
ed the "benefit of the doubt," Jud Judge
ge Judge Guthrie J .Crowe today impos
ed a light sentence.
Carlos R. Atencio who was de
ported from the Canal Zone several
months ago. was completely nude
when found in the Canal Zone this
The 26-year-old part time can can-tina
tina can-tina waiter had just come out of
a shower in the deserted Pacific
Center Clubhouse when he was
surprised by a Canal Zone police
man who was making a routine
check of the building.
The defendant, who was deport
ed on Oct. 14 of this year, said
he was injure in a basketball game.
and went into- the ciuwiouse to
take a shower.
Assistant District Attorney Mor
ton Thompson said that Atencio
had mentioned being with some
friends in earlier testimony, but
that he was alone when he was
"Maybe the friends aian t need
a shower," tne juage remarKca.
The defendant stated that he had
read "somewhere" that the Paci
fic Clubhouse had been turned o-
ver to Panama, so he- felt he was
not violating the deportation order
when he went into me aesertea
Thomson explained tnat wimc
the clubhouse building would even
tually be turned over to Panama,
the transfer has not yet been ef
After hearing all the evidence.
Crowe decided to give Atencio tho
benefit of the doubt and imposed
a 60-day sentence which will bi
served in the Gam bos peniten'ia
Eleven babies. Including a set
of boy twins, were born at coco
Solo Hospital during the week
ending at midnignt Wednesday
according to the regular nospi nospi-tal
tal nospi-tal renort. Durine the same ne-
riod 74 patients were admitted
and 84 were discharged.
The twins were born Nov. 26 to
Sfc. and Mrs. Venice Cox, of Co
Babies were also born to the
following: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Campbell, of colon, daughter daughter-Mr.
Mr. daughter-Mr. and Mrs. Leon McNatlly, of
Colon, daughter: Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Campbell, of Rainbow
City, daughter; QM-2 and Mrs.
Howard Mitchell, of Coco Soil to,
son; Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, of Rainbow City, daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; Sfc. and Mrs. William
Holmes, of Fort Davis, daughter;
CTC and Mrs Obert Copper, of
Coco Solo, son; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Arthur, of Colon, daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; and Pvt. and Mrs. Delbert
Wega, of Coco Solito, son.
Measure Would Curb
To Call Out Guard
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3 (UP)
Rep. Arthur Winstead (D-Miss.)
said he is drafting legislation to
prohibit the President from call
ing National Guard units into fe federal
deral federal service except in time of
war, national emergency or under
special authority of Congress.
Since the President has seen
fit to call forth more than 9,800
members of the National Guard
of the State of Arkansas in order
to force integration of nine Negro
high school students, I feel that
this type of legislation is imperat imperative,"
ive," imperative," Winstead said in a statement.
Winstead said the government
has spent more than two million
dollars so far-to keep the Arkan
sas Negro students in school. i
A shapely New York showgirl
yesterday challenged- testimony
of government witness in
Frank's trial. The showgirl, Miss
Maureen Marsn23, testified that
i o r m e r Dominican Republic
counsel general Arturo Espaillat
was not in the united states on
March 6, 1958. r
That was the day that Air
Force sgt. Harold l, French, a
government witness, testified
last week that he met Frank and
Espaillat together at a Linden
French had said he met Frank
under the name of "Mr. Kane"
while he and Murphy were ne
gotiating the lease of a twin-en
gine Beechcraft plane at the
Linden airport. s
The Linden meeting allegedly
took place a few days before the
disappearance of Oallndez. Mur Mur-Dhv
Dhv Mur-Dhv disappeared last Dec. 3 In
the Dominican- Republic.
Robert F. cartwrlght. former
deputy chief of security in the
state Department, tesuiied ne
arranged a meeting between
Frank and a Dominican official
Cartwright. now VS. consul
general in Mexico City, said he
arranged a meeting between
Frank and Pedro Blandino, for
mer Dominican consul general in
Miami. Fla. He did so, Cartwright
said, following a request for an
FBI-trained bodyguard to ac accompany
company accompany Trujlllo to Europe in
At the time; Cartwright testi
fied, he knew Frank wanted,
Tomorrow At Army's
Ft. Guiick School
Graduation exercises at the U'
nited States Army Caribbean
School here tomorrow will cap
six months of study for' 275 Latin
American officers and enlisted
men from 15 American nations,
The. students, who enrolled in
the school in July of this year,
have been studying military engi
neering, cooking, communications,
armament, artillery, tactics, plans
and operations, automotive repair,
military police and infantry cours
Dignitaries from the Republic of
Panama, the Panama Area arm
ed forces and the diplomatic
corps are expected to be on hand
for tomorrow s ceremonies.
Brid. Gen. Milton L. Ogden. de
puty commanding' general. USAR-j
uakiju, is to award tne cupiomas.
Monsignor Jesus Serrano, bishop
of Colon, wirf give the invocation
and benediction and Col. Gwes
Perez, school commandait will
give the day's principal address.
Following the ceremonies, recep
tions will be held for the grad graduates
uates graduates and their guests.
EDINBURGH, Scotland (UP)
A 19-year-old heiress and a oennU
less 26-year-old socialite are ex expected
pected expected to decide- today, whether to
give up plans for a runaway wed.
ding in the face of monumental
The girl is pretty Tessa Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, 19, and the socialite, is Dom
inic E!'es 26. They were found
hiding in Scotland where they
hoped to gain Scottish residential
qualifications 21 days of resi residence
dence residence so they can marry.
The stern parents of Miss Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy obtained an order from a
London court which forbade the
eloping couple to marry; The in
junction is not valid in Scotland
but the parents still could; obtain
a Scottish interdiction.
"We are -desperately in love,?
both said when cornered by news newsmen
men newsmen at Johnstounhurn Hotel at
Humble, 20 miles from Edin Edinburgh.
burgh. Edinburgh. But they admitted they
were running -short on cash and
disturbed by the oourt order.
Police interviewed Elwes Sun Sunday
day Sunday and told him details of the
court order, A police spokesman
said. "We merely assure ourselves
in such a Case that the girl ii
well and happy -and we do not
Tessa'! lather, Geoffrey Ken
nedy, said steps -were being taken
to prevent s a marriage in Scot Scotland.
land. Scotland. This could Imi done by get
ting a judge to sign an interdict
forbidding any registrar to marry
Elwes' father". Simon Elwes, Br
llsh b e f t rait winter' also ii
against the marriage.. Hit 0bjec
tion was believed baled on religi religious'
ous' religious' grounds since -Dominie is a
Roman Catholic and Mist Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy is a Protestant. 4
For Guy R.rArhey
i Memoral service for Guy R.
Atheyji who died Saturday at Gor-
gas Hospital, will be new tomor.
row at 5 p.m. in the Scottish
Rite Temple in Balboa. The serv
ices will be conducted by the
members of the Darien Lodge,
E. M. Burton, of the Christian
Science Churcft, will conduct serv
ices.. '. ;,
The family has requested that
no flowers be sent and, that those
who wish may contribute to the
Shriners' Children's Hospital Fund.
Battle With, Ice,
LONDON (UP) The British
Antarctic ship Shack eton has won
its battle with ice in the loneliest
sea in the world and is heading
for the safety of South America,
escorted by toe Roy&l Navy patrol
The Shackleton, 1,100-tons, ran
into an icehsrg Friday night and
suffered a gaping hole in its side.
The crew battled the ley waters for
24 hours but closed the hole and
saved the ship. There were no
Sheik Wants To Wed
SPRINGFIELD. Mass. (UP)
An Arab Sheik from Israel has
courteously -proposed to take Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt as his 40th wife
her son James Roosevelt said
Roosevelt told an Israeli bond
rally he learned of the sheik's in
terest in his mother when he
was on a recent Middle East tour.
"I was told," Roosevelt said.
"that one of the most important
sheiks had made a request to see
me." The sheiK had 39 wives,
Roosevelt said, and wanted one
more "my mother."
"I said I would see him on the
condition the state of Israel would
pass a law that no one could add J
more wrves to those he already
had. Otherwise I would be afraid
to let mother return to Israel."
East Germans Pour
into West Berlin
BERLIN: Dec. S UP) The West
Berlin refugee office reported to
day that the largest number of
East Germans in four year?
soueht asylum In West Berlin
during last weekend.
, The refugees totaled 1523 com
pared to the average weekend
figure of 700. -The Increase was
attributed to reports that the
Communists plan to tignten con controls
trols controls around West Berlin and at-1
tempt to halt the flow of refu
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