The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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FIVE CEftTSi
33rd YEAR

PANAMA, E. P., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1957

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1

You'll Enjoy Reading
'
'. Our Christmas Strip ;
"The Music Box Trio

YouH meet Holly, Jingle."
and Tinsel, 'atop a, music
box in a dusty old antique
hop. But they dont stay
there for long. At the re request
quest request tV The Spirit of
Christmas they hop down
and begin jnnging Christ
mas carolsu- That's when
the excitement begins in
Christmas strip that will
hold your interest from the
start, ; i
There'll Be 18, Strips
Starting Today on
Deck Page
UNITED FUND
REACHES
i$122,000-
The CanWZ6ne United Fund
Drive-moved nearer succew

t cay as iuna ouiwms nimuuv-

tnat over- s i-,uw ucw
v celved so far and moi e Is expect
1 1 tv-nri nf .t.hft week.
uAnA tabulation of the
campaign result is not expected
fnr afc least another week or so,
pvmin T.. steers campaign cbair-
: man ain t.nnav. aumim m

" vnanv IrPW ""tYlpn atlll trOC-

Kjsinflr their collections before
turning in to the1 f flnd headquar-
Steers aisb commented that
there was no possioie way w.
time to estimate what the final
results will be,-but that with 81
pot cent of the goal now record recorded
ed recorded he Is confident it will be the
highest amount ever raised in
this area for a single campaign
wrhe breakdown of- eontribu--156ns
received so far for the six
week drive teas follows:
4 1 JS. Army, Caribbean $
Caribbean Air com-:
.v 'Snand jsti'.'ji'it.si'fiu?'.
664.79
' Manama Canal COJ.;$,.
Canal Zone Govt.....
5t.l91.45
18,308.44
- jru-pia.& ivuls ........ ....
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OnRP
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Mother's bay winch
celebrated in Panama this Sunday
will probably be more ; subdued
than in the Pst W 'i-t
; Ordinarily, .very., year this ho holiday
liday holiday is observed with splendid
ifctavsvon the -balconies of ma-
f ny Panama nomes.
frame picture of ; mothers, and
Slower exhibit are' also surround-
cd bv Jews bf colored 'bu lb s
which are let on; at mjsht., -,
, This ;will.aU be changed -now.
- T Z nn lift
becsue of the urging ot me ruer ruer-.
. ruer-. xa y Luz Company to all resi-

J. dents to 5Urt"!l their use or eieo-
J tricitv 'v r
a nrvienti said today that in

tertupUons Presidential sections
r now. continuing each mgnt
v wans of the heavy workload
sliced on their weakeaed genera-
' tor.1 with the approach ot tne
Christmas season. .-.
- h, mentioned narticulariy xnai
r families are being requested to
re-rain from aispiaying u ".uzr
T Mhibits on Sunaay because ot the
faulty generator wmcn u now r
- H said rauonina wui rauuuuc
iaithe '. same, areas at the ; same
hours every night unless people
cut down tneir usage. of electna-.
tv drastically.. r
Pd'raiso's Power
Off To mo r row? Zi
. . ..... -
-.AU eiecinc Clirrrni, ouvn o-
- cycle and 25-cycle, will be turn-
from S to 9:30 a.m. tomorrow, it,
was announced by, the Electrical
Jnvision, . .
. .It WW De necessary to cut on

the electric current at tnu time iT f'"v on registrat'on
It was announced, to facilitate plate. He was given a suspended
the conversion of the raw water sentence on this misdemeanor
pumping station to 60-cycle cur-land placed on one year proba proba-rent.
rent. proba-rent. n.

Escobar To Defend
Hyams; Radio mart

Hec; T:d fense

t 1 tf 1 r
'.Th Remon assatiination

serhbut tension .in tht wak of attempted :diturbs.nce
near th courthouse last night as dfendart8 Wf being
returned to jail. i -".", V
: .Street groups with opposing views over the possible
outcome .'of thel trial Were keyed to a high pitch-at the
end of the" day's session. But violence was avoided by a
ruse.,
A defense move to forestall the possibility that Dr.
Felipe J Escobar might be dropped w defense -Jawyef

for Mrsw Teresa Castro Suarez brought the appofntment

this morning of Escobar as
F.-Hyams.
- Jose F, Henriquez, who has
fense lawyer, will now act as
City mechanic who drove

Mlro to And from the Juan Franca racetrack on the" night
of the assassination of President Jose A.v Remon.
A, spokesman for the defense s&id the appoinnent

of Escobar who is regarded
brilliant criminal lawyers, as
in hHrm1 mm

drop Escobar, at the last minute, '

Escobar, who acted as tne
chief defense counsel for f oi mer
President Jose, Ramon Guizado,
convicted by the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly as; an accessory to the
assassination will be 'the last
defense lawyer to address the
'He as vo pe prcteueu oy nwuv
mi .'f i - ... ...1
auez., who foiiowea noarigo mq
linat defense lawyer for former
cadet c&muo Gonzalez, wnoae
acaulttal has been asked by
prosecuting- attorney Francisco
Alvarado 3tZ. Molina t wound -up
his final address shortly altei
nooij today. r - v
. Now,. Escobar .will lie able ts
address the Jury when his turn
tomes, even if Mrs. Castro.
whose acquittal" has also been.
f requested, by A varado, re
nounces mm ss. ner aneiwc
lawyer.'' Li t
Last night", a possible clash be
tween the groups favoring v the
acquittal of- the seven defend defendants
ants defendants and those who favor their
conviction was averted by a ruse
employed by the National Guard
Six detectives in one or the
vehicles used i to transport 1 the
defendants, and .two radio oa
frnl koto nrtth rpH llirhtjt flftKh-
Ing; starred out from the court
building toward second, street.
while the crowd waited at the
top; of first Street, leading from
AS the crowd ran towards Sec
ond Street tor meet the three ve
hicles which they Relieved were
carrymgand escorting trie de
fendants, these and their armed
escorts were whisked uo First
Street In the remaining vehi
cles, oeiore tne crowa reauzea
it had been fooled, v .' .:r:
However, before the frustrat-

l,Te nt(ctoi7 and impossi-
H S-"JiJrVP,e ttenier4s. One witness who
on buildings on First Street tt.tifw i,rin. t.h tHai M

who shouted "vivas" for Miro
were pelted with stones and
empty bottles by anti-Miro
groups located behind vehicles
parked outside, the Union pub
and at the steps leading to the
rear of the plata.
Rumors that antl-Miro groups
'armed with blackjacks, sticks
and revolvers were converging on
the area near the court building
started spreading late yesterday
afternoon-.'-.- .
Bus Driver Ignores
-30 Daysiusendeil
A Panamanian bus driver who
seenu to ignore the fact that his
license has been revoked, was
fined $2u and given a 30-day
susnended ail sentence today In
Balboa Magistrate's Court. :
- Howard D. Osborne,' the 38-
year-old defendant bad his li
cense revoked in 1955 for drunk
en driving.-; j -, v .. ; r ;
Since that time, he has been
picked no on six different occa-
slona for dnvin while his li
cense was revoked. It baa never
been renewed yet. ...
The most recent violation' oc
curred yesterday at 6:20 p.m.
while he was driving a bus on La
BocaRoaa.- ..
In addition. Cborne was also
rrir&A vllh Via vintr nnnr -111 it

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trial continued today under.
defense lawyer for 'Alfonso
been serving as Hyams, de
spokesman for the Panama
alleged triggerman Ruben 0.'
as pne of Panama's nost
Hyams' counsel was Inade
Cii. ...... 4....... J. JM -i.
' Relatives of the defendants.
deserted the ground floor of the
courtroom as eoon as the rumors
reached them: irom the outside.
However, the galleries remained
run oi spectators. J
Judge Angel.Vitello de Qracia
Indicated this morning ths,t; he
had Cancelled the ; validity of
hundreds of typewritten onrte-'
sy passes issued at the Tequest of,
politicians.'- .-i' ';
ine juage saia ne net n n-.
. n-. stmcted the National Guard to

honor onlv: the,- .lirterPe4xeniove(rthe rating strifif ft flom
Issued, at the bejinninr of the his uniforms then relaxed

tissued, at the beginning of
' trial, i
Radio commentator ROgelfo
Anguizoia,' who covers: the1 trial.
was arrested, tmsr morning as he
apptoached the court building
on charges :0t lnclitne violence
whiw -conductlntr a program- of
teiepnon,e, interviews Monday
night, r. v' i
AneulzolaT case was being
neara at noon today by gov.' ai
Derto v Aieman, who confronted
the radian announcer with tape
recordings of the interview and
the accompanying comments.".
Defense lawyer Molina used
the opening portion of his ad address
dress address to ask all persons listening-
to the radio broadcasts ef
the trial te 'avoid violent dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations and to bate confi confidence
dence confidence in the Jurors, with the
- assurance tbt they would d
Justice in the ease ef the de defendants.
fendants. defendants. i
- Molina concentrated a v large
part, of this "-morning's address
ori the Identification of his ell
ent, Gonzales, by 77-year-old
Charles Altiman. wray as one of
tne tnree men he saw running
from the racetrack on the night
of Jan.. 2, 1935,-after the shoot
ing., f :-j-J':e -. .w-j.
Molina said Wray suffers from
defective vision and in addition
ave contradictory and impossi-
tne old West Indian was unable
to identify himself when shown
his. reflection in a mirror. :..f.
Last niehtXuis Morales Hprre-
ra, the defense lawyer; for, tor tor-mer,
mer, tor-mer, cadets Jose jb; Tejada and
Luis C. Hernandez, asked for the
acquittal of Shis clients for a
number of reasons includins; the
contention that statements ta taken
ken taken from them were done with
the;"illegal! user of pentotbal,
which- he described as a "nar "narcotic
cotic "narcotic drug under the effects of
which one can be" made to do
the bidding of his interrogator.!
Morales Herrera pleaded with
the Jury to free the defendants
and to leave up to "God and Di Divine
vine Divine Justice" the punishment of
the real assassins of President
Remon. '. 1 .'.-..; ; 1
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' Seeking UH Mf
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tac4 ttmt 1,500 als
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'Sensational
cil
By DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON. Dec. '4 The
decision to nroduce both the Ar-
mv'a intermediate range missile
Jupiter and the Air Force's in
termediate range missue Tnor is
sensational victory ror voi.
John C. Nickerson, formerly : or
the Army missile base at wunts-
vtllfl Ala.
Nickerson was coun-maruaieu
when he wrote a secret memo
urging that the Army produce
the Juniter. -,
til. hif EanrBrarv nr imiRnBR
Wilson, had ruled the Army must
..... -i .11 .. 4-U T.,r.tf
which .shoots about 1500 miles
'and confine itself to short-
rmcc missiles .Shooting 200
miles. vv-' ...
' Nickerson in effect toon nis
ase to the public, was ceuit-
Girard, Nov Busted
To Private, Sailing
Home For Discharge
Vi imp nniRUf:1. Janan. Dec; -.
fm.Th ttr. Army broke
William oirard' from SP3 to
private today !nd announced he
would be sent ome) Friday, and
discnargea. ; , .
h'r.rrard" VUbdurd''Bttt ."hath,
wiun newsmen in wra.vicaa
here for the fhst me since- n
nH vUlurf a 46-vear-old
womah scrap metal scavenger at
the Camp Weir firing range more
than 10 montns ago..
Arm aald'oirard and his
Japanese wife, 29-year-oJd Haru
tr.nnnvi suevama. woum ibyc
fnr t.hi. TTnitftd, states Friday a
board the miatary .transport
U.SJ3 Anderson.
XThe' blond, 2S-year-old soldier
f mm Ottawa III., said he was
tint mhlttflreri at hi3 motl-
siaughter conviction and did not
hold anytmng agajnsi we aiuij
or the Japanese people.
, don't feel snook up" he
.m f hi reduction in rank.
"I hated to lose it. hut I'm. tlU
getting out of the Army.
The reduction in rank meant
reduction m nis mommy pay
from : $252.4a to $173.90. Army
regulations call lor reduction in
rank for any soldier convicted
by. a foreign court and sentenc-i
ed to more tnan six mownj,
American Tanker
Saves All Crewmen
Off tropaiforos'
-i CALCUTTA. India. Dec. 4 (UP)
-nAn American tanker arrived
here today, with all 25 crew- meatf-
hr f the Kuxsiaa cnanerea
freighter Tropaiforos which sank
in the Bay of Bengii sunaay wiin
a cargo of Soviet equipment for-s
steel mill in India. v -.Wv
AD officers and crew members
of ihe Papamanian flag vessel
Tropaiforos were picked up from
lifeboaU by the 10,448-ton tanker
Stanvac -Singapore after 'the
freighter sank some 200 ; miles
from Calcutta.
The captain of the sunken ves vessel,
sel, vessel, Constantin Valantasis, said
the ship struck a submerged ob
ject while ea route from the soviet
oo rt of Odessa with 5,000 tons of
equipment for a proposed steel
mUl Inr vmal, India.
W. "VT.-a. ?w
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Victory'

i".
icxerson
martlaied, arid has now been
"exiled" Ae. the Panama Canal
Zone. "'
"But back in Washington the
new Secretary of Defense, Nell
McEh-oy, has ruled In his favor.
in tne backstage oypiay wmcn
led to the McElroy decision, mis
sile czar William Holaday ruled
that the Army's Jupiter snouia
be produced and the Air Force's
Trior scrapped. This was because
Jupiter has shown better per
formance tests.:
McElrov. however, overruled
his missile czar and decided that
both Army and Air Force should
croduce their, respective mis
siles, tnougn me jupiter win ue
tested and used by the Air Force.
He based this recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation on the fact that Thor was
already introduction, although
at the rate of'flnly two missiles
per month. '.t
It wUl. take; the Army a little
longer to get the Jupiter in pro production,
duction, production, but Army experts be
lleve they will make up for lost
time when once tney get on tne
production line.
Governor To Hold
Public Mseling
With Civic Councils
meet
s,
im Sorvtt Canter atT:00 '. P.Bh
At number .of" topics are:; on the
agenda but undoubtedly the major,
discussions of interest will center
about the recent acquisition, of
the -Coco Solo Navy .base by the
Panama Canal Canal Zone Gov
ernment; ... .' y ,-'
The Governor has indicated that
Company Government employes
living in New Cristobal will be. e e-vacuated
vacuated e-vacuated from that area within
the next few months and Coco
Solo will become the "third'
Zone civilian community on the
Atlantic side.
v Since this meeting of the Gov
ernor with the Council Officers
will be open to the public, ;
number of questions are expected
to.be-asked from the floor con
cerning the problems connected
with the creation' of a new com
munity. t ...
New Civic Council Of fleers nam
ed, in the November elections will
be introduced to the Governor at
the meeting.

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publicly with' Officers 01 u. '-rr 7 7 7 V

. Clvie Councils at the Margan-M a. k

Kobbe PX Dry Cleaner Employe Fined
$25; Owner Told To Watch His Funds

; : t,
A series of petit embezzlements
from the Ft. Kobbe' Post Exchange
Dry Cleaning Shop landed a form-
er employe in jau -
.... .j '1 i -..
Lillian A. McPnerson, me Z4-
year-old Panamanian defendant.
was found auilty in Balboa Magis
trate's Court on five counts of
v embezzlement. Her employer:
Paul Gambotte. was given a few
words of sound advice. 'l
Judge John E. Deming caution
ed the Panama businessman to
make irregular checks of i s
funds in order to take "temptation
away from the employes. ...
"Always make them take a Va
cation also even it they claim they
don't want it And then- be 'sure
your inventory gets a complete
check," the Judge said.. :
He told Gambotti in the long
rua it would be beneficial to the
Based ori

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USputnik Facts
WASHINGTON. Dec. 4 (UP)
Facts about the first U.S. test
satellite:
Diameter ,4 inches.
Weight 314 pounds.
It is exoected to orbit around
the earth at a, height of about
300 miles at 18,000 mph.
Time for one complete revoiu-'
tlon: about 90 minute.
The orbit will carry It In a
band about 4000 miles wide a-
round the middle or tne eartn.
Its two radio transmitters win
beam carrier waves back to
earth. The waves will be sound
less, like the beam of a standard
radio station when it is not
broadcasting, v
A naval research laboratory
ivtbtttman caM M1n1t.Fflf.lr llRt.en-
er on the ground will be able to
pick up information irom me
sphere's transmitters only by
bouncing sound from an oscilla oscillator
tor oscillator ao-ainsf. the incominc beams
Here's the way he said it will
wnrlf
The solar battery Dowered
transmitter on- the skin of the
satellite will broadcast on 108.
030 megacycles. The mercury
battery powered .transmitter in inside
side inside will broadcast on 108 mega
cycles. J
VY oscillator will be inlected
from the earth along a 108.010
megacycle beam sandwished in
hAt.nrPPn.
Variations In t he ,. sphere's
transmissions will be recorded in
the beat of the oscillator. The
variations will then he translat translated
ed translated lnto temperature readings
and other data. -y J
Jazzloving Meg
A
LONDON. Dek: 4 (UP) -JaM
Ihvfnff Princess Margaret was
criticized by a London aewspaper
columnist today for "accepting an
honorary degree of doctor of muse
frnm fhn University of London.
The degree will be conlerred in
formally on the Princess tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. But Daily Mirror columnist
John Rolls entered, a mssenung
opinion.
''Conferring these honors on roy
alty is becoming 100 raucu ui
habit." Rolls wrote.
He suggested wai Margaret
main musical mieresi was jazrc
'I cannot find a recoraea in
stance ef Prmcess ;Margan at attending
tending attending a classical concert in the
past 12 months, ne saia.
He added that the university "of
ficials "could have offered this
great musical honor to someone
more vitally concernea w:m ser
ious music'
0
business if the owner made an
unexpected check of funds from
time to time. Deming said he bas
ed this on his own personal ex
periences through the years.
Miss McPherson was fined $25
on one count, and ordered to rer
lease the amount of pay due her,
employer. This totalled roughly
175.
On each of the other counts.
imposition of sentence was superid superid-ed
ed superid-ed and she wasplaced on one
year probation. All of the embezz embezzlements
lements embezzlements occurred during the month
of October, and although- she was
charged with only five which a a-mounted
mounted a-mounted to about SIC. she admit
ted to her employer that she ac
tually took about J300.
She had been employed at t.
Kobbe for several years.

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Flo., Dec. 4 (UP) The rim rim-toble
toble rim-toble for this natiqn's first attempt to launch an earth
satellite-was upset today and it appeared that a moon moon-carrying
carrying moon-carrying rocket will not be fired before' late this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, if. at all today.
Mechanical trouble had nothing to do with the delay.
The weather could further delay the firing.
The 11-hour countdown preceding the scheduled fir firing
ing firing did not begin until 5 a.m. largely because the Nary'i
Vanguard project's satellite team waited for another mis missile
sile missile to be fired during the night. r 1'3
"Everything is O.K. except that we re running a lif lif-tle
tle lif-tle late;" a Navy source said. V

It turned out the other

was not f iced after all because of technical difficulties

' But the Navy definitely plan planned
ned planned to send up the missile with
its six-inth moon during the
day. Thesonly thing that would
cause postponement was adverse
weather.''1"' s"" i 4 A $
r ""'" "-.yn 4
Once It wassh'ot; the auccese
' ir"-'TfallUrfe"Titli the ttm lulU
fledged Ji satellite1 test Jy this
'nation' would be determined in
10 breathtaking minutes. In
that time the rocket -would
" have Completed its three; stag stages
es stages of flight to a hfght of 300
miles and a distance of 1500
-miles.3 v:L'' it
If everything went well, the
aavciiivc wuuu, .v.
In orbit around the earth twice
every three hours.
- Its srnall transmitter, using six
slendetf horns for an antennae,
would send, out a steady signal
for tracking stations to use in
confirming the ormt..
The defense Department in
Washington said it would have
a statement two hours after the
launching, indicating it would
take that long to confirm wheth whether
er whether an orbit had been achieved.
The Vanguard, a skinny
three-staee rocket 72, feet long
and only 45 inches in diameter
at its base, could not do saie-y
launched in wind higher than 20
knots.
A gusty front was forecast ior
late today, coming in from tne
Atlantic against bieait cape Ca Canaveral
naveral Canaveral with its forest of missile
t.nwprs. .".
Meanwhile nerve-tight scien
tists manned radio tracking sta
tions around, the earth waiting
fdr the first UJS. satellite to roar
into space.
The "minitracK'' tracing sta
tlon at San Diegp; Calif, was the
key test point:
If it picked up the grapefruit-size
sateUite's rippling
beeps that would be conclusive
proof the satellite was orbiting
dentists said the satellite in
its 18,000 mph flight would reach
san rneiro in about 60 minutes
Thev said before that the satel
lite two small to see with bin
oculars or the naked eye would
blaze a course over tne soutn
Atlantic. Aneola and Bechuana
land in Africa, ; the Indian
ncean. New Guinea and tne Car
oline and Hawaiian Islands.
If the brightly aluminum -coated
satellite failed to orbit
the earth it v probably would
Ttvtn Uomti Mrii!; xrr

fly

Today
missile, identified as a in ark.
probably drown somewhere
la
tne lonely South Atlantic, t
Vanguard headquarters of the

Naval research laboratory in,,

wasnington continued to insist
the scheduled launching was

runnriJT a uesii-oi fcao vanguara
rocket. They said If the six-inch
satellite' went -into an ofblt that
would be "an extra.",, . v s,
ir i. I''r.'-.'. H

' nuu vanguarq oriiciais aireaay ;
naa maae ciear tnat ir the
launching- were a complete suc success
cess success they-were ready, to scrap
the launching of three more six six-inch
inch six-inch test satellites and plunge
- ....... wiBftv; lament-Jammed
models.
Moscow Reports
Sputnik I s Rocket
Fall Soon 2

LONDON, Dec. 4 (UP Mos
cow radio reported today utM -rocket
carrier of Sputnik I was
still circling the earth and that V
it probably will flare un a i

flaming meteor within the next
ten day at an altitude of 60 to
100 miles. '
' f
A staff member of the Physics
of the Atmosphere Institute -of
the UJS.S.R. told listeners t a
broadcast monitored here that it i
was difficult to tell just how long
the first satellite and its carrier
rocket would go on. J
"The carrier rocket is due- to
flare ud soon, about the "first"
half of December," he said.
"We will be able to... obtain"
newer, more reliable information
about the condition of the aH
mosphere 100 and 190 kilometers
up. at which altitude we may ex-
pect the carrier rocket to flare

up- ....
Western scientists had predict
ed the carrier rocket would fall
last weekend and said if it tar still v
up it is a miracle of science.
. t
Wilkingstod Willi i
Act In Terminals
Chief's Absence V;
R. M. Wikmestad. assistant tni
perintendent of the Terminals Di
vision, will act as Superintendent
during the absence of E. B. O'
Brien, Jr.. it has been announced
by the Transportation and Termi
nals Director. v
OlBrien, who is now oa vaca
tion, will leave the Isthmus in
January and will spend several
weeks in the United States where
he will visit Philadelphia and New
York. In New York, he will spend
some time in the New York office
of the Panama Canal Company.
Negro Is La shed
In Capetown; r w
Kissed White Girl
CAPETOWN, South Afriea, Dec.
4 (UP) A lS-year-old Negro hoy
was sentenced today to I Lashes
with a whip for grabbing a 14-
year-ld white girl la th street
and kissing her.

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from Point Mugu. But they will

lentil new ueisnil ol flcronrv

without even getting oil the ground

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MERRY CHRISTMAS, AMJGOS

Box, Dec.

2):

Tls the night before Christmas and all through the casa
Not a 'creature Is stirring. Caramba! Que pasa?
The stockings are hanging con mucho cuidado
In hopes that Saint Nick will feel obligado
To leave a few cosas aqui and alii
For chico y chica (y something for me.)
Los nifios are snuggled all safe in their camas

' (Some in vestldos and some In pajamas),
Their little cabezas all full of good things
' They're all esperando que Santa will bring.
' Santa esta at the corner saloon
Muy borracho since mid-afternoon;
J Mama is sitting beside la ventana
Shining her rolling pin para-manana
JKhen Santa, returns to his home zlgzagueando,
Lit up like the Star Spangled Banner, cantando,
And Mama will send him to bed con a right.
.Merry Christmas a todos, y a todos good night.
Anonymous (dusted off by Clay D. Randel)
EDITOR'S NOTE: Clay Randel was first with the verse,
but weighing in close behind him were Loretta Newhard,
Adelaide C. Ellis, Mrs. W. B. Perry, Mrs. Barbara F. Brown,
Mrs. Marguerite Kreger and a couple of anonymous contributors.

MOTHER TROUBLE

f.

shacks, trailers or homes miles

away.

TOe mw neeriftr! ttsnnnnn n

build, homes for the missile men
we talk so much anout and lor
whom we do S3 little. Th h

needed at least 360 housing units.
Money is tight but the Navy
got it from Dave Dubinsky's In-

iei nauuuai jjaaies lidrment Work.

ers Union, which took the money

out of the reserves of its i2no

uw.uw reuremeni ana welfare

iunas not too long ago.

With this expenditure. th union

has now put more than $36,000,000
m over 2,500 housing units t for

Army, Ait Force aid Navv ner-

sonnel. The union is condiderine

anoiner Army nroiect bin now

that the housing for the Navy's
missile team is under way at
Point Mugu.

The investments oy this pioneer

ing union tu-en't accidental. Gua

ranteed mortgages are easy to

get. Money isn't.

The union can invest dailv In

hundreds of gilt eaged projects
But it wants more than a nrofit.

It wants ..the. community and the

nation to profit as well. And if

mat sounds Pollyannrsh. so be it.

inese investments are only part

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WASHINGTON Connressmen

uan ijood of Pennsylvania and

Robert Sikes of Florida, both

Democrats, chewed out hiKh De

fense Department officials like Mi

une sergeants ttauuna recruits at

Parris Island when they heard
about some of the lacs in the sat-

eime-missue program.

The-, nublic wai barred from

toe two-day. electric-charged ses

sions. However, here are some of
the things the congressmen beard

wnich made them indignant VvEf

The Unitad Statai wai Dradue

Ing four Thor inharmadiafa bal
listie missilB. par month; whan
Eiaanhewur economy cut it

down to two, ,

When Pennsvlvania'a Dan Floor!

neara Wis ne looked as if he were

going to jump down; Deiense Sec

retary MCEiroy;?, throat- He look looked
ed looked even more explosive'' when he

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pjrvuucing ana naa rocicpiieci sev
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V BBa U1VUOBUU .JLV4f a '7T ,r"'e 'r'

While 'it's true that Russia7 in.

termediate missiles travel unlv 800

miles as against our ranee of

1800 miles, the vRussian 11 ranee: i

ampie to hjiock out am lour strat

egic ait command Dases overseas.
Furthermore, they have missiles,
we don't.

Water Winchellh Mew Yorlt

By Dointine 25 missiles at each

U.S. base and Tiring them simul

taneously, the Russians could
knock our bases but in Turkey;
Italy, Libya, and Western Europe!
At least one missile out of 25

I WOUld be sure to hit. Ann una mis.

Jsile is enough to Uow 'a base in-

w auuiuereeua.

This shall hot be a discourse, pro- or coAi on the pulchri- of the atorv.' what ha nnt hn

tilde of Canal Zone girls. This is a field obviously better know reported previously ir Dubliwkv

W DisUlusloned GI" (Mall Box, Nov. 30). Nor wiU I attempt portfolio, sitting at a central in into
to into judge as between the young ladles from the Canal Zone and vestment desk on the fourth floor
those from Panama. Such would be equally foolish. Rather, if of the union's modernistic, glass glass-no
no glass-no particular enigma is attached to it, I would like to Join "Dls- walled headquarters in New York
lllusioned GI" In his questioning the Zone Mothers' sentiment City.
gainst the lowly US soldier, sailor, or airman, where their No other union has such a full full-daughters
daughters full-daughters are Concerned. ,; ; time expert. By name, Alexander,

- unlike. "Disillusioned ui, I m not new aown nere, ana rve uooKsiaver, ne is a young xorrn xorrn-hd
hd xorrn-hd a bit of time to peer over my fence and see ho the world er bank official, having served

behaves in the Canal Zone.

BROADWAY LAMENT

I've not had the advantages "Disillusioned GI" has had
either. Each morning, I get a bit of a start when I step out of
the shower and see this face of mine in a mirror, and I'm sur
Uther people f eel fbt, mat way.I'Vft yettO; tind.f utomobne
S thin my budgetj kn galn- Unlike Disillusioned1 HI,' t'm, ot
ntinually rolling In money. However, despite all of these
drawbacks, I've -met some wonderful girls from the Canal Zone.
Admittedly. I've not gone looklnar for alrls with a tape measure

in one hand, and a wad of money in the other, but all things

considered, i ve made many inenos.
& Enter now the dark cloud on the horizon: I'm a GI. My
mother doesn't think of me in these terms, but to what appears
to be the majority of Zone mothers, my personality, ideals,
morals, and idiosyncrasies desolve into a blob in a khaki uni

form: Gil I can't help but feel this is a bit uniair.
t. Thus, the problem. I doubt if there is any solution, at least
none en masse, if each mother would remember that each GI,
or to use a term with a bit better ring, each fellow, should be
judged individually, not as a group, perhaps they would dis

cover that there are actually a lot of very nice guys down nere
Tt' unfortunate that there are those whose criterion is

hnatline. but there are also those of us who enjoy the com

panionshlp of some of the lovely girls in the Canal Zone, chat

"Disillusioned ui nasn i iouna,

more than an apnrenticeshiD at

the Hanover and Amalgamated
banks in New York. His task is
to be the investment specialist for
this needle trades union which has
$200,000,000 in its, welfare and pen-t
sron funds ihd ;JJO,000,000 more
in its general funds, which come

mostly trom dues.

One Mother's Son

CANAL ZONE GIRLS

1). At

mother.

TL Congratulations to Disillusioned GI (Mall Box, Dec.

liat someone is not afraid to tell the truth. I am a

and sometimes I wonder when I hear our high school girls dik

ing about "the Raps." Tell me the difference between a soa soa-dir
dir soa-dir and a high school boy:
Anatomy. The same.
Habits. The same.
m Manners. You find 88 percent of "the Raps" more polite.
- Money. Most of the junior college and high school boys
depend on their parents to have money to spend.
! Filthy mlnds-100 percent.
" So I can't understand why our pack of brats acts that way
about Gls. x
v But be grateful, Disillusioned GI. You are not losing a
thing. If you only could hear the way those girls act towards
their parents you could not expect anything good from them.
Adross from our home lives a lovely lady and her husband. This
- elderly couple has two girls. It Is pathetic, the names those
effls shout at their poor mother, as If she were woman of the

streets. Yet when they go out with their cigarettes in tneir

dsk pocxes, tneir eyes run m mascara. na uuck hiucj uj
think they ow nthe Canal Zone. What can any man expect of
siJirl like that?
- Charity begins at home. We have Just come back from a
tflp to New York. Our American girls there are not like they
ate here. They help their mothers on Sunday and when they
have eomoany. They don't come home at 2 ajn. or 3 a.m. as

tey do here, like a bunch of dogs during the mating season.
What we need is more religion any kind to open the
exes of these Canal Zone girls before It Is too late. Because If
they find a man, I'm sure they could not hold him. Too much
handling before makes the goods lose their shape and grace in

exhort time.

An American Mother

LITTLE INTEREST IN HEARINGS

-e It seemed strange to me the other morning to see so few

people attending the congressional hearings in Balboa. X was
also amazed at the blase attitude of teen-agers who eat and
snored through the bearings.
y Perhaps Mrr.Vosburg was right after. all, and we are brings
Ing our children up in an un-American atmosphere, because the
results certainly seem to Indicate it. ., ,. ;

In my time, if my high school class had been permitted to

aiiena a nearmg we prooaoiy wouia nave been overjoyed at
; the ehance to see "Congress in action." tt would bave been an
event to remember for a long time. T v
But here the kids seemed completely unconcerned and dis disinterested
interested disinterested m the goings-on. Perhaps these days teen-agers are
toa sophisticatd to. enjoy so-called. simple pleasures of Jlfe al although
though although one couldn't very well call a Congress in session a sim sim-;
; sim-; pie pleasure. ?- i., 'W 1
2 There must be some reason for' their outlook nr life tt

ftaen? been training them -enough in what we nsed to knowf

T "le onocrauc way oi uie men now Is the time to

avvca.. i .... ,.

. r 4 Better Late Than Never

But Bookitaver. who is official

ly the union comptroller, does

more than guide the heavy in

vestment of the central headquar
ters.

He keeps his eye on the invest-1

ments of every one of the inter-

nauonat union s 525 locals some
K 1 I. i F .

oi wmcn nave iunas or several

million dollars.

None of the units, sprawling a-

cross tne lana irom rew York to

Puerto Rico and Los Angeles, can

invest witnout BooKstaver i ap

proval. It must all pass across
his desk.

And all these investments must

come under the general invest

ment policy which is set by Du-

binsky and his colleagues on the

iluw U's General Executive
Board. Once this policy is set. with

the advice of Bookstsver, the lat latter
ter latter uses it as his guide in ap approving
proving approving the scores of millions of
dollars which go into mortgages.

ay tnis time Books t aver is over

seeing some $65,000,000 worth Of

investments m all housing for
Gls as well as for small horn

builders.

In the last months, when mo

ney was tight, the union earmark earmarked
ed earmarked some $30,000,000 more for hous

ing loans to reputable applicants.

wneiner tney be -workers or small
businessmen. The union uses the

Chase Manhattan iBank as its
agent and still has- tome of these

funds available. .Tha point was to

Keep private nousmg ironr tailing
off and wiping out iotas in fielda

oiner tnan ne garment trades.
Dubinsky pioneered in this field.

at he has in so many others, last

year wnen the union .modified its

investment policy.;

it decided to go in for more
than just government bonds. For

this. Dubinsky wanted an exoert.

He wanted the governing of these
investment funds trsarated from

the state of mind, of any union

rofficiaL So he set up his auto-

nornus administrator with port

folio.

A philosopher fellow by the

name of Henry Thorean said that

"Goodness it the only investment
that never fails,.' but Dubinsky
takes no chances with the union's
millions. ; -.-

Back in the Spriig of 'twenty-five
(Hardly a man is now alive).
Whfi first I hit the Great White
Way
Drama pages were really gay.
You could land a pix of a chorus
girl

(Ermine muff and huge spit curl)

ay simply treating ye old time
Eds

To live cent beers with creamy

neads.

You could steal two columns, inay-

De uiree,
(Depending upon your duplicity)
With milk baths, mayhem, multi multiple
ple multiple wives,
Or the prima donna's love for
chives.

But times have chanKed,;,alast and,

.B1va,..i ,..,. ftrf
(It's really though to be a flack)
Space is scarce, except for the

oramy -, i wisn to fleu i was

Kicnard Maney.
Tern Weatherly
Silheuattas About Tawn: Ella

Fitzgerald airing 1'M'seer Pussy Pussycat"
cat" Pussycat" (on a long, red leash) a Inn a

Park Avenue... Mrs. Fred Allen

widow... Ernest Borgnine, whose
real name is Ermes Effrem Bore

nine.. Firk Douglas doing the pas-trami-and-pickle
bit at the George
DeWitt eongeting teevee fan traf traffic
fic traffic in front of The St. Moritz Ho Hotel...
tel... Hotel... Noei Coward in his

undresslngroom (at "Nun vuth

Violin") pannine the had m

of gabby theater-goers. "They try

10 oe cievan Instead of watching
me beinff clevah!"

me being clevah!'

Sallies In Our Allav

Hoffman asked un if it is trun that

we might resume teevee newer.

porting on Sunday eve. hpciHo.

other chores... "Instesd of doing
your broadcast from a desk," he
gravely intoned, "you could do it
right from your coffin"... George

o. Tamilian lamented mat too man
of the current song. and dance
?,ws nve too many' messages.
'There is one in Twon," Mr. K
groaned, "Where you can't see
the chorus boys for the tears."

New York Novelette: Katha Katharine
rine Katharine Bapburn hat decided not to
appear in tha play shtl did in
tne Summer. Tha plans to pro pro-duca
duca pro-duca it at tha Martin Back Thea Theater
ter Theater have bean shelved... Miss
Hopburn had hoped the produoirt
Would find another theater... She
just will not (ever) appear in a
production there... In fact (she
told intimates) the ha. never sao
a shew there in over 25 years...
Her starrad in "Tha Laka"...And
where Dorothy Parker mumbl mumbled
ed mumbled a Una in tha lobby that I
still quoted: "Mis Hepburn ran
tha gamuf of acting. From A to.

Memos of a Mldnighrer: Gisele
MacKenzie (who said the has no
Number' One Guy any1 more) hat
Ed Pauley. Jr. sendine roses...

Yankee Spbrtscaster Mel, ..Allen's

earnings iasc year were around

$230,000. Happy taxes, Boy."Cap Boy."Cap-tain's
tain's Boy."Cap-tain's Paradise" (not yet' in re

hearsal) already baa $1,500,000 in

auvauve man meter party or orders....
ders.... orders.... It may be rt-titled "Hey.1

Madam!" to assure film riehts

...Noel Coward's "Nude With Vio

lin will pay hack investors with.

in 4 weeks. It did great trvout

town biz. too... From the Runvon

cancer r una to iNewnouse News

papers: Thanks tor the $10,000
check, totaling $40,000 to date......
Joanne Jaap (formerly of Dior's)

and John Heiiihy (of the new-

words) are experimenting apart.
No fun, kids. Holiday Season Not.

Best way to carry your lieuor

is under your arm.

Broadway Backstage: Barbara
Perry, whose acting and soft-shoeing
with Eddie Foy in' 'Rumnle"

were saluted by critics, was born
in Norfolk, Va... We've watched

her grow up since she was a little

gin... a dancer at the age of 4...
She was the leading lady in 3 Lon-

aon musical nrts tor almost 7 years
until she married a U.S. Air Force
pilot... Barbara didn't squander
her spare time between perform-"-cpi
abroad... She attended The
Royal Academy of Dramatic Art,

wnere she won a scholarship

For adroitly playing the role of
Viola in Shakespeare's "Twelfth

Night." The part demands "per "perfect
fect "perfect English"... Which she cannot
use in Rumple," m which she
plays a dumb blonde.
Cast of Characters: Paul Anka,
16 years young, has made a small
mint from his recording of "Diana"

ixexi montn ne will receive $5,

ooo a week for a month at the

London jfallaaium. One vear aeo

he was a part-time theater usher

on B'way... Author Paddv Chavef-

sky viewed a roueh nrint of the

film based on his script "The God Goddess"
dess" Goddess" and said: "It's a master masterpiece,
piece, masterpiece, 'but not as good as my
script"... All the space for Broad.

way "spetacuiars" (the largest
electric signery), rented by ou ou-glas
glas ou-glas Leigh, is sola out. The chap
who repairs the lights (when they
Jaffa lint l. la namun ( i u.tn.

ailippe Hjdsman, who has the re record'
cord' record' lor thOOtink Lifti covert fKIl

gets hi 'celebrity (and most dig dignified)
nified) dignified) clients: to jump lor tne
first picture. "So uiey will relax".
Groucho Marx who pernouncet it;
"Kansas City Ath-a-letics."

WILL ALLIfS PANIC?

it

were no figment of a newsman
Imagination. ; , j
The Army hat now' been given
the green light to launch tbenv
.MEN' AND THB MOON
Dr. ?EdwardVTellerX' father' "'itf

the' H-bomb, has recommended
flatly against building a mooa
rocket at a "icientific stunt"',

Called Viy'':thlB.vWhitaWoiii'''

to review the moon rocket propos
als, he decided none of them look looked
ed looked promising enough to 1 iustif

the' expense, suggested holding up'
construction of a moon rocket un until
til until more basic research problems'

are. solved.

These SAC-basfesrare.Tror- th

purpose of carrying war to the

heart of Russia. Thev are often

sive bases, from which w would

launch bomber attacks. These are

me mucn-pubiicized attacks Pres President
ident President Eisenhower has been talkine

Droaocasts.

Yet, accordino to tha informs.

f ion given secretly to "tha

Mouse Armed Sarvica commit

tea, this, bases are new almost

valueless thank to Russia's

tuparior missile development

ana re our complacency.

,e are so iar oenina," ex

ciaimea siKes,"tiiat 'Mt Bisy

uause some oi our ames to pa
nic." in, -r.,r .a 'no

McElroy nodded la agreement.
"I am seriously disturbed," con
tinued Sikes. '"You seem comnleto,

ly isolated from what vour own

people are .'doing and from what!

me American people are thinking

What stept are we l a k in g to
show our allies" that we are

catcning up with Russia?" ;
TWO IksT DEFENDERS-

The Orchid Garaun: The Babes

in loviana numnur ui hi Hn.i.

. . r : . WV WUOlV

naii. jaaxes you lee like km

again. All the Rockettes wear un!

dy-striped skirts ana march like
mechanical dollies. A sicht th aa

hr the precision fall the irls take
when a cannon is fired ar th tit

r ii wot
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est latest discs: "Sugar Time" and "Ba "Banana
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uamis tuouga cigntr and social socialite
ite socialite Geo,: Hamilton do El Morrocco
together! more oftn than other ro

mancers; ji. K. .orton, almost 70,
has dated Dolores Lee for the

vuaieau iticneiieu opening Dec
1st... It will feature a special (mi (miner
ner (miner at only $35 each... un R'u.v

and Hollywood celebs know that
many respectable interviewers
(for high class maexl woo in

microphones and tape recorders

uuuer weir arms? II you never

wi 10 near anytmng repeated
(you didn't mean tor circulation)
just don't tay it, doap... Don't men-

uon wiana i dook a j. Barrymore,
Jr. is at the pahty...Stripper Betn
laylor and Tab Hunter, romanc romanc-ing,
ing, romanc-ing, look lute brudda-and sister..
Latest insult: "You dirty little Spu
niki". .
Sounds In the Nightt At tha
LittlB Club: "I may net always
be right. But I am never wreng"

...r 1 wn ana country! "Outer
Space? I'm still tryine to fi

gure eut the inner Manl". At
Luau 400: "She delightfu, delove.
ly. delinquent"...At Cafe St. Da Da-alsi.'"!
alsi.'"! Da-alsi.'"! never knew Arthur Mur Mur-.ray
.ray Mur-.ray was dance tearher. T thmmt

be waa a comedian!" At Lin.

.dy's: "This Christmas I'm givln..

. neaper man any
thing else." .-, ;

Congressmah'Di'ck Wigileswortt,
the sober Milton. Mass..' RenubU

can, disagreed, however. So did

uujt congressman jsrrett ScrlV ScrlV-ner,
ner, ScrlV-ner, whose district embraces thi

siocxyards of Kansas City Kans.

They defended the administn.

uon, argued that the situation
was not as dangerous as it seem seemed,
ed, seemed, that the, Russian Sputnik had
no defensive implications, a n d
that the United States pmilrin't

have got ahead any faster even

naa 11 spent extra money.
Howevor, even they had a
hard time defending the second
amazing ravalationr namely that
the Defense Dapartment h a d
known flva months In. advance
that Russia A was .going te
launch its Sputnik yet didn't lit
tha Army put it. six satellites
at HuntsvillB Ala., into the air.

rst.
Existence of these six satellites
was first reported, in this column
on Oct 25. ...:..
The congressmen, going to Hunts Hunts-ville
ville Hunts-ville after they, finished, quizzing
Defense officials in Washington,
saw these satellites, declared they

This appears to mit Taiw 4

about the tame position as .-, Dr.
Robert Oppenbeimer. who was de denied
nied denied a government security deaib

ance because he buns :: back X.

gawst producmg'i the hydrogen
bomh.SToller testified against Of
eenbelmer & ,;H-H"'iy.: l-
Meanwhile ihm Hfieiflil'aBeai

already built several rockets which
they exnect in ahnnt tr. .J

This will give iiem ahotherTiead
start- u the race- into space.- if

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Meanwhile also. th sf n.

partment still hasn't. given the
chief, Russian moon expert, Pro Professor
fessor Professor A. D. ;AIexandrov. finit

permission to come to the USA-

Alexandrov is nrnWaniv J1

mathematical physicist in the
world and has helped pioneer Rn.

tias space projects, ft h.. ws

extremely a-ank with- Americaa
scientists, but thmioh uwi. ff

Canada in October, could not

come 10 tne,: USA .because the
state Department forgot about the
request tor his entry? i W
Ambassador William Lacey, in
charge of Russian cultural ex ex-changes,
changes, ex-changes, has just "i written Alvin
fnV 0f the Sor.d fl Foundattol.
that there would be no objection-

that a vis. win l:?": -nif

given prior to his actual applies

Under the rtri-iimotun. v..-t.i."

doesn't want to risk th .mK,.'

rassment of extendina th

M9. and then having Russia's top;

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The earliest known system of

laws, jural ca iiwui nuu e,u'ii,
by Hammurabi, King of Baby
Ion, was a code "(a complete t

list of laws) defining personal 1V;

rights, property rights, ;con r

tracts, etc. During the 12th ?.;
century AD., j. bodyr of laws ;

called the common law grew
up from the decisions of the;

Angiisn King s court, inesej

decisions were based on cus

torn or the application of rea reason
son reason to custom. Our present

American laws are based, at
least in part, on this English,

system ox common law.

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AN INDEPENDENT DAII.V NEWSFAHEB
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1957 ;
Ex-Justice Reed Resigns
As Civil Rights Chairman

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Lloyd's of London Ex

Beyond Previous Expectations
"a LONDON, Dec. 4 (BlS)-When Queen Elizabeth the Queen
Mother, accompanied by Princess Margaret, visited Lloyd re recently
cently recently to perform the ceremony of opening Lloyd's New Build Building
ing Building in Lime Stceet, London, she set the seal on one of the most
remarkable records of expansion in the history of free com commercial
mercial commercial enterprise v
si For Lloyd's present building in Leadenhall Street was open opened
ed opened as recently as 1928.
At the time it wag thought that Lloyd's accommodation
needs were being met for good, but expansion since has so far
exceeded all ..expectation, that congestion has been acute for
many years.
And what is ihe "business" of Lloyd's that it should require
for its housing one of the" largest: privately-owned ? buildings in
the City f?London?v':i;':''.,:'-'-, .--' f t-
Strictly considered, Lloyd's Is a society and has no business
of its own it' is best thought of as a market where the staple
commodity Js -insurance, and where the sellers are all Indivi Individuals
duals Individuals trading in their own right. But there is more to Lloyds

than will go into one sentence,

LloydOsd, itiegmntor Ih;.th
coffeehouse? opened $ by Edward
Lloyd in Tower Street, in the City
of London; some time between
1685 and 1688. 1 ,.'.
Towards the end of 16S1, Lloyd
moved to Lombard Street, -where
his ""regulars', seem.tphaye ioi
lowed him, c '-"-;.r-
The little live : know "; abnut jt fei
coffeehouse .suggests that from
the .beginning, Lloyd endeavoured
to cultivate a merchantile. connec
tion by the systematic collectioi
of hews, and shipping news in
particular.-!'''? j.,:, i-.,
(v'Lloyd's"! tist, now a daily
newspaper devoted to the shipping
and allied industries, was first
published in 1734,- 21 years after
the death of Lloyd himself;.
In the 17th century the m e r
chant had to double his role with
that of,: adventurer, and the "ad
venture and perils'; which conti
nue to this day to be listed in the
marina policy were realities creat creating
ing creating 4 steady demand for marine
insurance.- v J
'ihe procui. ;ment of policies, was
undertaken by middlemen who
styled themselves !'officekeepers"
to avoid the -odium then attaching
to the term'broker." Cover was
provided by those merchants who
were able to add a little insur
ance underwriting to their normal
business.
I'De Koyal Exchange, the City's
principal mart, was illfitted lor
business needing .the comfort of,
tables and.' chairs.
The cotiee nouses which had
sprung up since the 1650s offered
tne attractions not only of. couee

and cordials, but of a fire in win

ter also. .. .
Ana Lloyd's Coife-llouse, where
the merchant Insurers anoMbe of of-licekeepers
licekeepers of-licekeepers were ilrawn by the
shipping news so relevant 10- their
business, rapidly became adopted
as the City's intormai marine un
aerwnting centre.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY
Here politictg were underwritten,
by individuals, each taking his
snare of the premium and each
liable to the tull extent of his
means tor bis share of the risk.
The principle', of" individual un
derwriting with unjimiteu liability
xemains the characteristic and dis
tinguishing feature of insurance at
Lloyd's today.
Tne merchant insurers of Queen
Anne's day became the profession
1 underwriters of! Georgian times,
the professional, touch being parti particularly
cularly particularly manifest in the appearance
f the .-first shipping registers
(1760),' from whicn Lloyd's Regis
ter of Chipping was to derive its
foundation as an- independent so
cieiy in 1834. ; The well known
symbol "A 1." .indicating a vessel
it the highest class, is still a
component of the society's class
m'ations).
. In .769 the responsible and .con
sclously protessional men felt the
need to break away from the old
coi.ee house, where speculation
arl gambling ws becoming rife.

.aty too new premises

bened a 'subscription list arid set"

up a committee of nine, the first

Committee of Lloyd's (1772).

Handsome premises having been

secured in the Royal Exchange,

the committee then assumed re
sponsibility for the management of

the bouse. Lloyd's was now, for
the first time a society with mem
bers enjoying certain, "privileges,
and by the time of the Napoleonic
Wars had acquired considerable
prestige. "'
Another hundred years were to
pass before Lloyd's assumed by
Act. of Parliament (1871) the con
strtution it has today., that of a
Corporation".
Tn the 1880s," Cuthbert Heath
began, his pioneer work on non
marine insurance at Lloyd's, and
many of the forms of insur insurance
ance insurance which' h originated became
models not only for Lloyd's but
fort he Insurance world.
Early In the present century
the first motor; and the first avia aviation
tion aviation policies were bnth underwrit underwritten
ten underwritten at Lloyd's.
The Act of 1871 had defined the
objects of Lloyd's as, amon? oth others,
ers, others, the transaction of marine in
surance by its members, and the
collection and publication of ship shipping
ping shipping intelligence.
In 1911 these objects were wid widened
ened widened to include insurance and in intelligence
telligence intelligence of all kinds.
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With the opening up of the non non-marine
marine non-marine market, the modern exoan exoan-sion
sion exoan-sion of Lloyd's began, and the
accommodation available at the
Royal Exchange proved increasing increasingly
ly increasingly inadeauate.
The site for the Leadenhall

Street building was purchased in
1923, and the buildine onened by

King Georee V in 1928. In 1936.
the next door premises R 0 y a 1
Mail House, Were mirchssed, but
the pressure on space remained
as scute as ever.
When the Lime Street site, ad

jacent to the 1928 Building, be

came available after the war,
the, decision wa taken to huild
there, and the bridge connectina

ihe two buildings across Lime

Street may be fairly seen as a
link between a -great past and a
'ntore full of promise.

5e3llleCouri May
Have Virv
Chwn Bv ToniflhI

T. S's Head Alley," where they
b-; 13 it w.th them VUoyd's List"
t fi sjipp ng intelligence crga
nizVon. -: '
. i .1 llie object if finding per
in dent quarters, the seceders o-

SEAJTLE, Dec 4 (UP) fie-
lftntinn nf Itim fj h,t, the

grand 1 weeny trial of Teamsters

preside-; Dave Beck was expect expected
ed expected to be completed today.

State and .defense attorneys
exhausted one panel of venire

men and were halfwav through
another when the court recessed

" yesterday aftemnon

The state has used three of Its

six peremptory challenges to dis.
miss prospective luror without
cause and the defense two.
Beck, 63. Is being tried before
Judge George H. Revel! e on

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MOVIES-TELEVISION
by Erskine Johnson
NtA Staff Corrnpendtni

WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (UP)

Former Supreme Court Justice
itanlev F. Heed has resigned as

chairman of the newly-selected
Civil Rights Commission on
grounds his membership might re reflect
flect reflect on the impartiality of the
federal courts, it was announced
today.. r
The retired justice said in a
letter to President Eisenhower
dated yesterday that his appoint

ment as xhairman of the group

"now seems to ine .incompatible

with my obligations as a judge."
The President replied in a letter

tn Reed that "I must respect the

reasons you give for being unable

to serve as a memoer 01 tne com
mission. Nevertheless I appreciate
your interest hi its work and the
extensive consideration you have
given it." r
Althbugh. i Reed stepped down
from the ihigh bench last year
he has been serving on a part-

time basis as a jidge in lower
courts, including the U. S. Court
of Claim. i-He was a member of

the Supreme Court when it issued
its school -tesegresation edict in
1954..;
The civil rights law passed by
Congress last year authorized the
commission to 'investigate alleged
violations- 0 f minority voting
rights, to study otbu civil righ's
abuses and to make recommends

Hons to Congress and the wnite
House for improving racial rela

tions.

In his letter to the chief exec

utive, Reed said his appointment

might have ham- mi enecrs 01 pos-

HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Those
Nelson boys. Ricky and David,

who cut their baby .teeth on radio

icrmts and knew all about spon

sors and ratings before they heard

about the birds and the bees, are

adding some zippy new chapters

to The Adventures o uzzie ano

Harriet."
The nation's teen -. agers are
flipping over Ricky's singing, and
David is headed for big movie
screens as "Ted Carter" in the
film version of "Peyton Place."
The family TV show started its
Sixth year Oct. 2. David .cele .celebrated
brated .celebrated his 21st birthday ,,,Oct
24. Seventeen-vear-bid Ricky, grad

uated irom high school last June,
is counting the extra money, about
$20,000, he made this summer in
only four days of. singing at state
and county fairs in Minnesota,

Ohio and California.
Ozzie is- devising new TV plots

to give" teen' .v agers what they J

want more of Ricky's singing

Cameras are turning on
new Nelson shows. Yes, sir, "The
Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet"
and Ricky and David, are in the
highest gear they've been since
Mom and Pop Nelson quit the
dance band business in 1944.
Harriet's wide eyed about it.
Sho laughs:
"Such activity! I hope Ozzie can
just hold up under it."

Ozzie, I can report, is holding
up just fine. Even to the point
of saying "No" to Perry Como,
who wanted to pay Ricky a bufi bufi-dle
dle bufi-dle to sing a couple of songs on

hi TV show. "We can't stop snoot

In iiist for one euest. shot in

New York," said Ozzie.
"So we'll hire "Ricky for .two
shows then," offered Como. 'Twice
as much money Ozzie still re refused.
fused. refused. Finally he came up with
an idea to spot Rick on the Co Coma
ma Coma show during Easter vacation
Como bought it.
OZZIE WAS right in there read reading
ing reading the script,. too, when Fox
offered David that role in "Pey "Peyton
ton "Peyton Place." A pretty rippy plot
for a .Nelson lad. "But it was 0 0-kay,"
kay," 0-kay," Ozzie told me. "It's good
sympathetic role and there's no nothing
thing nothing unsavory."
Rucky's singing career, you
may recall, "started last January
when he impersonated Elvis Pres Presley
ley Presley as a gag 00 the -show and
sang a few 'words of 'Lovr Me
Tender." : The J fan mat! started
ro'ling in. ; V ."'
' v .,'
By April, Ricky was singing "I
am Walkin' ". and his recording
sold a million copies. .Now ha is

joining the Pat Boone league full

steam ahead wtn V Be Bop Baby,
"Have I Told You Lately That I
Love You?" and aa album.
ITS FUN FOR Ricky, whe lad
been singing around the -, Nelson
home for years without "t getting

aid for it. It s also a laugh for

remembering back to when

paid
him

charges he pocketed. $1900 from

the sale 01 a Teamster-owned
Cadillac. He is being tried in the

same court where his son. Dave
Jr4 was found guilty last month
on two counts of grand larceny
involving Cadillac aalea. r
Twenty-two witnesses, includ including
ing including Western Conference chair chairman
man chairman Frank W. Brewster have
been subpenaed by the State.

he was eight years old and had

to sine the first line of "Nobody

Knows the Trouble I've Seen" on

the Nelson radio show.
When he came to the line,
Ricky read it instead of singing
the words. Then he realized his
mistake, went back and sang the
line to a record breaking audi audience
ence audience howl.

. Modest, almost bashful Ricky,
who speaks barely about a whisp

er, was the nation's fifth ranking

junior tennis player when he was
15 but there's no time for tennis

now. It's no langer "little Ricky,"
either. He's now 6 feet 1 inch

tallest member of the family.
'.'In fact," says Harriet, "he
scares me. He stopped being a lit little
tle little boy and became a man in such

a hurry." A couple of credits will
keen Ricky out of college for

a while. "Spanish," he winces. He
studies it on the set now, between
scenes.
When he's "Walkin' on the
se: now, it's to class.

.sible lowering of respect for the'
impartiality if the lcderal judi judiciary.

The President reply accepting
his resignation was dated yester

day. Press Secretary James C.

Hagerty, who issued Ihe announce announcement,
ment, announcement, gave no clue as to whether
Eisenhower wbuld pick one of the

other five commission members

as chairman or look around out outside
side outside the group.
Reed stepped out before the
commission, nainoH on Nov. 7
could hold !ts first meeting. Hag Hagerty
erty Hagerty said a session with the Pres President
ident President had been scheduled for next

Monday but that it would be post-!

poned "while we look for a new
member."
The other commission members
are former Assistant Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary John A. Hannah, now pres president
ident president of Michigan State Univer University;
sity; University; former Gov. John Battle of
Virginia, the Rev Theodore Hess Hess-hurg,
hurg, Hess-hurg, president of the University
of Notre Dame; J. Krnest Wilkins.
Negro assistant secretary of labor
and Robert fl. Stoiey, dein- of
the law school of Southern Meth
odist University. Hannah was des designated
ignated designated vice chairman.

Critical Times Give
High Career Service
Urqency ,$avs HFFE
Declaring that "these critical
times" have given "a new urgen urgency"
cy" urgency" to the need for strengthen

ing the federal career service

viinv Owen nresiaent o me na

tional Federation of Federal Em Employes,
ployes, Employes, todav cited nositive, steps
which should be taken to reach

thnt objective,

These include extension or uic
merit system, realistic adlust adlust-ment
ment adlust-ment of pay to enable the Gov Government,
ernment, Government, to recruit and hold tne
most competent employes, im improved
proved improved promotion methods, en enlargement
largement enlargement of the incentive and
suggestion awards program,
broadening of the emolove train training
ing training program, and others.
President Owen declared that
it was essential to clear "the
channels of communication be between
tween between the top levels of adminis administration
tration administration and employes carrying
out thedaytos-daV tasks." --.
. --. in,. this connection, he saw,
the Issuance of a Government Government-wide
wide Government-wide policy directive dealing with
the formal recognition of organi

zations of Government employes
and other allied matters, has
long been urged by the NFFE, is
very much overdue, and is more

needed now tnan ever oeiore. oeiore.-TVi
TVi oeiore.-TVi NFiTfc executive Dolnted

out that "it must be forthright

recognized that programs ann
policies require people, able and
t.mlned neonle to carrv them

out." and he asserted that the

actions urged, and others, would
result in "a federal service bet better
ter better able to fulfill its mission in
history's most challenging age.

Greek Ship Caught
In Hurricane Nina
Near Honolulu
HONOLULU, Dec. 4 (UP) The

Greek merchan shir- Margarita

Chandris sent oul an SOS today,

reporting it was caught in the grip

of hurricane Nina and "out of con

trol".

The ship gave its position as 70

miles southeast of French Frigate
Shoals, the i.orthen most tin of the

Hawaiian chain. The islands were
lashed by the winds of the hurri hurricane
cane hurricane over the weekend.

The U. S. Coast Guard dispatched
the cutter Winneba?o to the assist assistance
ance assistance of the vessel.

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MR. AND MRS. HOWARD HARRIS GIVEN
DESPEDIDA CHURCH SUPPER ON MONDAY
Mr. and Mrs Howard R. Harris of Gatun were honored
quests at a covered-dish supper which wa held in the Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun Union Church on Monday evening. More than 100 mem members
bers members of the church and friends attended, this farewell tribuie
,to the Harris'. The Reverend Ray Biakeley, pastor of the
Church, gave the invocation preceding: the dinner, .it
Mr and Mrs. Harris arrived on the Isthmus from Knox Knox-Ville
Ville Knox-Ville Tennessee in 1928 and have resided in Gatun since
1929 Mr. Harris is Mechanical Supervisor at the Gatun
locks and is retiring from Panama Canal Company Service.
They will sail aboard the S.S. Cristobal on Dec.' 11.
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Harris served as president wno aisu auiesseu remain.-, iu

Mrs. narns. jjt.iiuiii. uu uu-

half of the "Council Members, pre presented
sented presented the Harris' with a beauti

ful vase. Mr. Charles G. Herman

made a tane recording of the

speeches and responses given dur

ing the evening and this also was

presented to the honored guests

as a memento of the evening.

TWr

-""mf the fiatun Church Council

lor three years and as vice-pres-iAnt
nf tlir. fJi-neii Council of

TJhion Churches on the. Isthmus
for five vears. He gave m u c h
time and' effort to the building of
the present church in 1939 and
hts been a member of the coun coun-ef!
ef! coun-ef! for nearly thirty years. Mrs.
Harris has also served as a
member of the council and has
been active in Sunday School
work and was president of the
Women's Auxiliary in 1939. Their
efforts and influence will be great greatly
ly greatly missed.
... J

Mr. Roger Deakins, president ot
the Church Council, introduced Mr.
Leon Egolf, long time Isthmian
r;Hnt vuhn nnid tribute to Mr.

Hms service in me cnuicn uu .ii"s i ic .....-..

Mr. and Mrs. Harris will be

met at the dock in New York Ci

ty by their son, Robert, and his
family who now reside in Mid-

dletown. New Jersey. They will

spend Christmas with them before

returning to Knoxville where they
nlan to make .heir home.

Mrs. Tracy P. White and mem members
bers members of her committee were in
charge of the arrangements and

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ACCOUNT BOOKS
vAs of tomorrow, Thursday, we are open till 9:00 p.m.
every night till Christmas

MAIN STORE No. 22-06 Central Ave.

Gov. And Mrs. Potter
Will B Honor Guests
Governor and Mi. W. E, Pot Potter
ter Potter will be the guests of honor at
the Flower Show' staged by the

uaipoa Armea services i.jm.u.a.

USO on Monday Dec 9 Mrs. Pot Potter
ter Potter will cut the ribbon which o o-pens
pens o-pens the show to the public at

8:00 p.m.

This : iw marks the completion

of a course given by Mrs. Pat

Morgan ano each student will en

ter arrangements in cut flowers,
tiujls and vegetables, dried and
exotic material. Over 350 entries

are expected. An added feature
of the exhibition will be many o o-riginai.
riginai. o-riginai. unusual Christmas ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Students will put their exhibits
in place in the hours from one to
five p.m. on Monday, and the
judging will be from 5:30 6:30
p.m. The public will then be ad admitted
mitted admitted at 8:00 p.m.
The classes have been made

up ot ladies from the. military
bases, civilian Canal Zone resi

dents and from Panama The

wide variety of arrangements will

afford visitors' many new ideas

in flower arrangement

The show is free and the puhlic

is invited to attend.

CHICAGO, Dec. 4 (UP) A 90
year-old widow was held a vir

tual prisoner by her spinster
daughter In an empty nine nine-apartment
apartment nine-apartment building with no light

or heat ana little food, a prooaie

court hearing has revealed.
Th mnthar Un Hattip Wtce

widow of a Chicago grain broker,
i 1- 1 n J l,nM

weiRiiTO uniy oo pouuus wnc
police broke Into the building
and resctied her. She said she

had only a few sips of milk for
five days and begged police for
food.

"I've been praying for a year

that somebody would rescue me
she told authorities.

The bizarre case came to light
Monday when Probate Judge
Robert J. Dunne appointed a
conservator for the estates Of

Mrs. Rice and her daughter, Do

rothy. 60.

Capt. Fremont Nester of sub suburban
urban suburban Oak Par police said au authorities
thorities authorities were summoned by
neighbors to the Rice apartment
buildine across the street from

the exclusive Oak Park Club on

Knv 92.

The neighbors said they heara

Dorothy shouting inconerenuy

from a balcony- of the -Junk-strewn
apartment ;'-
Authorities forced 'their way
past Dorothy and found the bed
ridden Mrs. Rice with her other
spinster daughter, Marian, 53,
lying dead in bed beside her.
Nester said Marian, who had
suffered from epilepsy, appar apparently
ently apparently died of malnutrition and
natural causes.

Dorothy had been committed
to the Kankakee state JioSoital

for the insane. v

The apartment building, which

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4a 4 1 it i

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. .'-:U, -.. i
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cnarms on

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Breakfast In Hollywood
At Hotel Washington

On Saturday

On Wednesda-' evening, Beta

Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority

met at the home ot Alice mc-

Gann to complete their plans for

the Third Annual "Breakfast in

Hollywood" to be sjiven Dec. 7,

9:30 a.m. at the Hotel Washing

ton. "Breakfast in Hollywood" is
patterned after a real States side

aive-a-wav show and each lady

attending is required as part of

her admission, to wear an origi

nal hat pretty, crnzy, original or

appropriate to the breakiast
theme. Prizes ire given for ma many
ny many reasons and sometimes for no
reason at all. For the un-initiat-ed,
mad hats and laughing peo people
ple people are synonymous with "Break "Breakfast
fast "Breakfast in Hollywood."
Chairmen Anne Peterson and Co Co-chairman
chairman Co-chairman Boots Mitchell's enthusi enthusiastic
astic enthusiastic report revealed that this

year s breaKlsst win De ine m?-

est and the nest yet. onaws 1.0 1.0-lon
lon 1.0-lon Store, Maurer Flower Shop

and Smoot Hunnicutts gifts now

swell the total of 58 Give-Away'

Drizes. Outstanding members of

the community have been select
ed as iu ;es for the hilarious e

vents. Invited for this dilficult

ioh are Lt. Colonel Arthur G

May, Deputy Post Commander of

Fort Guliek, Mr. K. 1. xnomas,
president of the Gatun Civic
Council, Mr. Henry Carpenter,

President of the Marganta-Cristo
bal Civic Council, Captain C. S,
Hutchings. Port Captain of Cristo

hal. Hindi Diamond, reporter for

the Panama American Newspaper

and Anona Kirland. of the Star

and Herald.

Tickets are now on sale by the
members or may be obtained by
calling 5-118 or 3-326JL Amission
is $1.50 pels an original hat; and

you have a" .delicious oreaKiast,
an .entertaining morning, and op opportunity
portunity opportunity to win 53 valuable priz prizes
es prizes plus twa door prizes: week end
for two st the El Panama iHilton

Hotel 'and,; .! transit through the
Canal for a jfrrty -of fur on 'the
Italian Lines,' Tomorrow Is the.

deadline for reservations and no
tickets will be sold at the door.
Members are requested to notify

the chairmen by Thursday noon

on tickets sates.'

been vacant since 1945 when
Dorothy, ordered the tenants to

leave because she opposed rent
controls. The apartment, had
been without heatf gas or elec electricity
tricity electricity for the past two years.
NAACP Official Fined

For Noi Yielding

Files

'

Cof f ec Gives This L&nb

HfirinA Ifc I InlniiA ITIniiAi

fr-ri By 6AYN0R MEDDOX mH !i jf.??-'
' .: :.r..V. NIA 'Ft. aiH Markets WMr.t
SAN FRANCISCO is a'Wfv'with rhim rh.f HM.

a .iov of good fpod and gaiety, of Irish stew: ,

can

set i S0"1 of their recipes become

"""" iiuwn.,w. uovciiy .. ana

surprise, nere s oriel roast lamb
Ia.lJ fat. -a 'V. t.

a no

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Dec. 4 4-(UP)
(UP) 4-(UP) The president of the Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas chapter of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People was fined $100
and assessed $150 court costs to

day for refusing to turn over f 1

nanciai and membershlD files to

the City of Little Rock.

Mrs. L. C. Bates, head of the

state NAACP chapter, immedi immediately
ately immediately announced through her at

torney J. R. Brooker. that the

Municipal Court ruline would be

appealed 'to the Pulaski Circuit

Court.

Irish Sttw f Spring La mar

Cut boned shoulder or Iamb" in-

la's a nice fur, but I

along without it in the form of

Santa, is a little Chinchilla even. btsted wltl Urn COet

ing wrap. The prtce is about the c?!' -te' J-tack.-eMber-Wttof "i!)-

same. 1 '""j" 01 tne Jove-proximately 10 to a pound. Blanch

neuwooa ttoom in the 1 Cllft tiemeat f rat in" water. Plc,,i

No Dinosaur, Please i "1!Led ,nt -to J pot. Add Taw potatoes, cb-
j. 1 amazing. : , : Jage; onions, small Vjuantity of-tee-
I don't want to sound ungrate-V.. '.i''i.L. :'r '-'- X "yKi" bay leaf. Cover and eopjt
ful but I also can get along withM Lff m71!! ",mtu tender. n- u .-
out a 12-foot stuffed dinosaur at L 8 of ( Iamb,, rub : wih .-v-
$395, or dinosaur tracks at $12 to,! .??V wjthVlt- ?H ?move meat and place 4n an an-$45.
$45. an-$45. v m per and dry mustard. Plce thin Jer pot. Force remaining-stock
" "Hce f ",L,0Jrk ov? Jne. Jmb-' ncluding potatoes an vegatablet)
Go right past my stocking with10" t4100-"Wees for" 1-2 tirough fine sieve. BoU stock
such exotic goodies as baby bees ?ur until lamb is we browned, lowly, Add salt; pepper, and dash
and broiled sparrows. Just droo f em.ove. tn? '' ,Prk.f sPour Over 0- Worcestershire sauce. Do .not

off a Smithfield haih. ill1.e. ltmb 2; .SP; f .rong coffee idd flour or other rbickeninj. When

My apartment is iust fine with- w,th c"am.. Roa at lower heat f nished, -pour stock over the meat.

out , gimmicky "dish

towels, novelty ish trays

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There were indications the

NAACP would take the issue as

far as the U.S. Supreme Court.

Judge Harry C. Robinson, who

ruled against. Mrs. f Bates, also

dismissed similar charges against

the Re Vi J. C. Crenchawi presi

dent of the Little Rock NAACP
branch, on grounds that he was

not properly notified. 'to turn

over records to the city.

Mrs Bates, whose organization

backed th entrance of nine Ne Negro
gro Negro students into previously all-

white central High School here
amid a national Incident, was
charged with' failing to comply
with a city ordinance requiring
their records on demand from

city officials to determine, tax

exemption status.

fine with- 7U" i""-.,-'vus(. ai lower neat imsnea, -pour stock over-the meat,
and ;bar ior "j 2 hour bastmg frequent-tBring to' a boil, Garnish- with Hunll
. .!i,r Add 1 cup of port wine (or I boiled carrotn and

telephone dialeri- silver-based pinlwaterJ and roa8t "other 1-2 hour. peas. Serve with! steamed dumjDl.
u: 1' ... r Serve with orivv nrtlv lino. rnw

cushions, swizzle sticks with com

pass attachment, and household
incense sprays in shocking pink
cans with gold caps.
I spend enough time dish wash

ing. Don't remind me of this with
a bracelet charm rf kitchen sink,
with diamond drips of water, at
$225. And I don't need an in initialed
itialed initialed gold toothpick at $10 or
muff pistols with ivory handles,
the parr for $175.
Sugytstfen for Santa

, : 1 1 .JL

ni..
r r

ings.

Proof of Women's Modesty
WiilSmprlse dnlytMeh

'American women are much

more modest than men." Know

who says so? The editors of Who's

Who.'

The ordinance does not men mention
tion mention the NAACP by name, but
Arkansas Atty. General Bruce

Bennett, who suggested the ordl

nance, said it was designed to

"run the NAACP out of Arkan Arkansas.'
sas.' Arkansas.' -, A y.

Ex-Con Confesses

To Rape Murders
Of 3 Elderly Women
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 4 (UP)
Vender Lee Duncan, 29-year-

old ex-convlct Who last week
confessed the rane-murder of an

elderly nurse two years ago, has

admitted two more almost iden identical
tical identical crimes, according to police.
Authorities said the muscular
one-eyed painter confessed the
second crime Monday night

shortly before-he was indicted

for the first bv the erand iury.

He admitted the third after tne

grand Jury meeting.
Police Identified the victims as
Miss Elizabeth Manning, 85, Mrs.
Marcelline Herdlick. 82. and Mrs.

Ada Romig, 68. All three of the
women were murdered in 1955
and the cases had been unsolv?
ed.
Duncan, who has a record lor
rape and attempted murder in
Texas, told police he raped still
another elderly woman in 1955,
but did not kill her. He also con confessed
fessed confessed five street muggings and
.one burglary during the past two
years.

Frankly, Santa, if you want to
make a hit with us eirls. I'd offer

these suggestions. It's ran. f.

male who couldn't use another
pair of white kid gloves "short

ies unless she's a social gad
about who wears a lot of formal

Hurl Wm 1 tr a KaaL. J .1

perfume. But selection f mrr, 'American Women,"

15 uiuicuit. .Detter cneck in ad
vance on favorite type of frag
ranee.

Treat us to the luxury of a new

nanaDag, an opulent hostess robe
a new cardigan Or pullover. Lin

gene, sure, But Smita, no black

or red.

fHIY PRAISE OTHIRS
. '"'' ''l.fi-ftr.w,l)f,.t
So woran have found another

ioutlet for the tlrrt to do a.htthi

In compiling biographies of out .bragging. Thev bras about their

lot 0 formal s andin8 American women for Ausbands and children.. And 41
rcorH -.J ,l first edition of Who's Who of ,tiey dont hav husbands Md

thev have'dren thev braff about their anecs.

found the most noticeable thing tors.

about, the women's replies is their Even the most modesCand re re-brevity.
brevity. re-brevity. jtiring woman doesn't hesitatela

Costume jewelry, if your tastes

ana mine are about the same. Or,
something real, like that diamond
earrings; ring' and Necklace con)j
blnatlor i ( found : Inh one catalog

ior 4(,3ov.; ..-f i- j,,-;
$ If all else fails.: how, about

gift certificate, a cruise, "or round-

X ct lu xi'iiu'i any place.
Come to think of itr Santa,

wnai s wrong wiui money l,
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Starting tonieht at 7:30 Re

deemer Lutheran Church in Bal

boa will schedule a series of mid

week services for Advent.
The four weeks prior to Christ Christmas
mas Christmas are celebrated in anticipa anticipation
tion anticipation of the birth of Christ, in
many areas of the Church it is a
time of special penitence and
praver.
Since Advent recalls that long
period of waiting, when the
faithful of the Old Testament
looked forward to the fulfillment
of the prophecies, more attention

is eiven to the prophetic writings

in Scripture.

The services announced bv the

Balboa parish will be developed

around certain Old. Testament

prophets, stressing their pro

phetic message for today.
The topic for tonight will be
"Jonah and his dilemma."' The

public is cordially invited.

That's quite a contrast, say the

editors, to i the fulsome replies of

many of the mut asked to list-their
achievements? J'Who' 6' in

America." J.-Bf?

The fact that women have been

found less inclined than men to
brag about themselves may sur surprise
prise surprise men. But it 'won't surprise
women.. .f w?o ..

'" Ai)y woman knowvthatnwomaf
loses 'lie feminine? attractiveness

the minute she loses her feminine
modesty and start telling people

ow tmart shes.-. v"4Mii',i;:i ;

MAKFRIii0S

minute to tell you "what an import important
ant important man ber husband sis or what
exceptional children she, has. .;
Her modesty can-? fee kicied
off ( like, a .loose 1 show, when h'e
startt.to tl)c about ,er family..
So if the editorsof "Who's Ma

of American Women", bd gtyen
the women room on their oueatinn.

naires for telling about -thtir )His
bands and children, those answers

wouldn,' ha v Merfl to hjiet
A Wpnilft's modesty is forlir

own accomnhshments. But iihtn

it comes to her family,? she ia 4he
wwld's f best press; igeri MiST

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Written for NEAJSerTief-,
' '!"- l' 6i)

It isn't tactful to refer to a

person as. "old" If he Is a con

temporary of the:person you Are

talking to..

It Is much kinder to estimate

the person's age, under these

circumstances, than, -to simply

UDei him as, "old."

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NEW YORK, Dec. 4 (UPi-Rus

sia s bputmks mean there' will be

no tax reduction for Americans lor
at least five years and perhaps

longer, a .high ranking tax-policy
congressman said today.

Kep. Wilbur .D. Mills (D-Ark),

second ranking Democrat on the

Ways and Means Committee, the

group which initiates all tax legis

lation, also said that the govern'

ment might show a budget deficit
instead of the nredicted surplus at

the end of the fiscal year June 30.1

Mius, speaking at tne American
Tax Foundation, said, that the de defense
fense defense program in missiles .and
space weapons needed to match

Russia's new scientific advances

would result in a ''prolonged rise"

in govern ment spendingrThe re

sult could be a resurcence of in

flationary forces which would

make it dangerous to cut taxes,
he said.

Mills predicted that the increase

in defense spendirfg would be "ho?1
ticed "hardly at all during the re remainder
mainder remainder of this fiscal year, some-

what but no dramatically .during

the coming fiscal year., but witb

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Opening' lead 4-

Norman Kay of Merchantvil'le,

NJ., looked at the. dummy and
was not pleased with what :))

saw. The, bidding;, hud. been
sound but bis partner had tBe
wrong cards and it; looked as ,rf
he would probably- have to lost
two spades and two hearts.
After the nrellminary worry

Norman proceeded to make the

hand anyway. He won the open opening
ing opening lead la duniciy and ,ltd
low spnde. F,ast went up w'th
the king ud d anoiher .dia .diamond.
mond. .diamond. Norman w in rl own

hand and laid lown zht lock of

spades, West covered. with the

queen ana noiiuan won witn ina
ace and looked hoatly to e
if East would drop the teji

When this nice ctrd Ud not fall
Norman played a third trump on
which East droop! a low hcaiu
West won witi the un and 1M a
third diamond -whldx-f Norman

ruffed with his la3t trump.
Now Norman led a low heart
and ducked In dumra. East won

increasing momentum in the yearr1"" co in aomia., can wm
following." i., l ; with the.eight and returned
... "... .. kn Vio r hut m y itiiH

we will nav ui mils mumm

programs in fiscal. i960, 1961; and
thereafter," be said. "If we are
to b realistic we should be pre

pared for a nrelonged rise (in M

tense eosts).".

Mills laid that defense efforts to

catch up with Russia's scientific

advances as evidenced by sput

niks would not show up- en tie

Inancial books right away be because
cause because of "lead time" involved be be-ween
ween be-ween the time weapons are or-

was

Norman won in fiaituny and ted

dummy's last trump Poor East
was In a vise. Ke could not af afford
ford afford to let the queen of heaita
go to he discarded 'a low club.

Norman threw away the jack of

nearts ana ail jus cmos werv,
now good. ' -'"v- ...
This- hand Is an example f

really excellent dummy play. It

is also worthy of note that East
could have broken up the squeeze

oy returning a club when ne gos
.vered.
1 -Un with-the king of-spades.-

red and the time they are, de



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MI'- I 1 l t ? MOSCOW (UPW; The Soviet

1? I r Ml "' ? 1 s Ill 1 1 Ministry of Defeneehaa published

M. wlh w I Ship I, na Mr, weu Sanson
.M.Y?-j v Rpfrshmenti tnd dancina fol

Mr. and Mrs. Eaoul Walsh of lowed.

" ..-.. ... ui. Uii ii liMtallation Hld

Manama miiuu. i . - AuiLr J

Vd 1 i. Uon on Saturday; ior their Junior

WrtrictDpurv chairman, Dorothy Ann Knox
CJ wrict upuiy . -ha rmn. Reeini Gasoen

Supreme Tllm CM o toe WS. Margaret Knox; Sgt at
SnertfrSUt1.to.tSr.. Winded iM X)'Conne Mrs Ma-

Graham has beep appoimea p, "7.7 V the

Irttt Deputy fll ftmoiem vxu. omeTvi unit presi-

the tanai w. k dent Mrs. Munel Black then ap-

".. J pointed Dorotny Mariin America
Mrs.. Boosirun.; .s.iv. '....;: ni.m .hifman and Barbara Mar

C,?f Im n Honstrum ente tin community service chairman
Mrs. Donald N. ?K for the Junior Auxiliary.
ained at a morning coffee at to er e installation the
hame l,fi M"n'M llV members of the Junior Auxiliary
morning. Guests were rrt!,.nfin. fnr thH Chil-

Jr-T W. Chrisfma, Tree wh.ch.wUl

Kt. r w Homa. Mrs. be placed in the upstairs n.u 01

Mr. fiwircfis the American isiod

xuini. -- the -'2 annual

Boucbe

NFt. Clayton-
fTCO Wivat Hold
tS Clayton NCO Wives'
Club held a Card Party and
"G'amev Wight recently to w
Clayton NCO Open Mess.
Hostesses' for, thd evening, were
wtsi Graham Mrs. Mosely.t.Mrs.
Shannon; and Mrs. VUlaneuva,
" Guests who were welcomed to
tbedub. were: Mrs. Jones, Mr.
; Hughes,' MrsT'PeUetier and M.
' Swahson, Mri,; f ejtafie 4s here
from theStateB-vUitlng r
Mrs? Emil ,Mnk. Mrs. Hughes
fr newcomer to f the .vIsttous
,.n,7 t. hPii. from Atlantic City,

New Jersey visiting her daughter
and son-inr M-Sgk- and Mrs.
Francis Ml Dorsetf of Fort Clay-
t0Games which were played and
enjoyed during the evening were:
Bridge, Scrabble and Penochle.
The winners of high score prizes
"were Bridge, Mrs. Eva Moore,
Piochle, Mrs.:i Marie K e 11 a r,
i Scrabble, Mrs. ; Helen Shannon,
'Scrabble, 'Mrs.- Pelietier, .and
Scrabble,1 Mrs. Margaret Blais.-.
Sta Explorers
tntartain
'Cirr Marintrs
".Members' of the Sea Explorers
Ship Nor 8 Balboa played hosts
Jast 'Monday night to "Las Man-
nera'S" Post.'"- "''""O' ''
'T:he 'u&ual," boarditig f cerembny
was held and the girl Mariners
were welcome'V alioardi''

A" joint llispcuuuil

tapt:

'1m

v.- c

Whitehead? advisor

Duke Of Windsor

Will Sneak Tcnighf
EAfLondon'-Dlnncte

ewjee- of Windsor canie fb Brit

jCILtoday for ms nraipuwc

gagement here m 21 years, insre u years of age

lation wlth -Queetv Elteabtth II. Mornjng ulfd

rtstenslblv th exKma was uim u.w

i .tt.nil tVio memorial I .ij--

service for the old rnena wno The Decertibet meeting

UimV ,JUWW UJvwv..
3i years at an ?acmy dinner
Kbndon

8-

f But tonht he will make his

ffrst .puoncspeecn m jru ui

there" will be 'an fmportant busi-

tw tihat hfi had acceDtedi x ..

the invitation to speax proiutb proiutb-a
a proiutb-a frpsh- angulation ?that a

conciliation witn ,nis iamuy ... DJ

Club for

th i 0 Annual Christmas Daraies

iuv w
held at' the Club under the spon

sorship of the American juegion
Post No. 1 an' the American Le Le-oinn
oinn Le-oinn Anviiiarv. Unit No.-1. The

first party to be held on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Dec.i 21 for the underprivi

leged children 01 ranama uu w
. h. heiri on Sunday.

wire w v- .
Dec. ,22 for the Legion children.

During the making ot ine aec aec-ho
ho aec-ho hilrirn were served

cookies and pink lemonade.

Panama Ttanagars

I Will HoM:'" ;:-""jv'v;.
Graduation Ballvf
'Si..'.! SnciHtv' ;Heen aeers

will "have, a Graduation Ball this

evening at 7:30 r ne ranama
Golf Club, to which parents, fam families
ilies families and- friends are cordially in invited.
vited. invited. These- "Terttiijas" conduct conducted
ed conducted by Uonaearjt, shave become
part -. of very weJ brought up
young Panamang;, education.
Mrs. Sears has tfceri teaching the
essentials of ballroom dancing,
good manners and posture to

youngsters on Dotn siaes oi
bo-mdary line for 21 years.
rJiieat sneaker tonight will he

Sr. Fernando-Alesre, well known
in political and, business circles.

Mistress of, ceremonies win ire
Miss Toni, Viznit-" and Master
of Ceremonies wiri- be Nicolas

Gonzalez-Reviua.

Each aotlea for Inclusion in thtt
i cotuma thMld.i r. submitted ;
' 6-wHlten tmm and
the box 'iiombr littad dailv l
cial and Otharwite," at dvaad
bv hand la ha aea. Notices
meeting cannot ba accepted b
telephone. ', ",i

Juilor Rolling 'Skating',-
T. Uut Saturdaw v.

Th Jdnlor Roller Skating Club

will meet on saiuruay at p.m.
. il TI.1L.. D-AllnnilvAma Thl.

at-me uaioua n,uisuwv. Judge GUtnrie Jf .' uruwe wiu
group includes skaters from 11 t toastmastefS for -the banquet

rf tiHii h t.ho first introduc

tion onscout Executive Daniels

to most, of the aouit scouxers m
tvia oroo nnri a. receivintc line

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mT n I id T l imiu miiii I in w ill., ml y

m.. nAh. mopflno of the wl-" .-"i vr"' i

sCman at his wedding to Sr' ttfeSSiedral of

Sl& Simpson. .. ; iIncbhV wilf takei place iATt.

MPs I ir Frankfurt

2 The auKe nas not ruiaireuwr j
public engagement in Britain Miccinn. CGTS

hl-nther'a funeral iur; u,o- iiuuwij, imuwure- ior uw vww".

J Royal family opposition to his are louowmg s irne jo-marrlageu-has
always been as- viet militaryjniss ionhere .a

" a j.1 41. . I- titntt LUUUUC1 mvnouiv -'"""' w

TZHnw" UW? Russians shadowing U.S. mllita mllita-ep
ep mllita-ep away so Jong, , .j vehicles ln East Oer Oer-.
. Oer-. Queen Elizabeth, always his i?.'";. lmv .m fodftv.

imcle. Itwas ntft known hoW-l fton ct fenced-off Soviet

eTpx,;-''wiieuuBt.iu.-i.iuj. -"' compound m suouroan wieoer wieoer-elude
elude wieoer-elude acceptance of his divorced Lad Monday. He said "the

,we s cuuii.. same tmng is going on in wic
. Ma. Edward Metcalfe, whose other Brea (East Germany but
.jrfemorlal service -was held to- eave no further details. j
'rf.i una o? th rtlllf!' Old- J ilJ :

"est friends. He was Windsor's Cl. I 0;, n o I
teduerty and ; private secretary: rOte 111 rOrTUyGI
Nak w.nsam fViaft 1ft VPOfl ftTld flft- t 1

ktiririQn1di1 Vilm fnfn 13: I fl PORTO. Portut?al. Dec. 4 (UP)

,. i f-ose Julio Castelo Branco, 26,

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CZ. Scouters Banquet
Tomorrow Night
Tribute to the "men behind

tho armitj!" tho hundreds of

active adult scouters in the Ca

nal Zone will be the theme 01
the canal Zone council's an annual
nual annual scouters Banquet and Ball
at the Tivoli Guest house tomor

row night,
rtelehratlne a vear Of success

ful scouting activities lor the

boys enrolled in piiv, i, troops,
packs and explorer posts within
the canal Zone Council organi organization,
zation, organization, the banquet will bring
together most of the adults ac

tive in tne locai prugram num
all parts of the Isthnum.
Keynote speaker for the eve

ning program., will he council
president, Brig. Gen, George f.
Schlatter, who took over the
onunoi nresldencv early this

f

year.

Honored guesjs w;u inuiuuc
the new scout executive of Coun Coun-cU
cU Coun-cU 801, Daniel O. Daniels and

orary! presiderit'-oI''tn Gounell:

The otner uoiiuiir
president, Lt. Gen RobertM.
Montattue:' commander in chief

of the Caribbean Command; is
unavoidably "away from the t;a-

nal Zone at this time. 5
' r.hnirmiin for the Droeram,

which, begins a.t 7, p.m., is Dean
Mainert J. Peterson fof :tJwt C-

thedrai 01 at. uukc, fiii.ut.
judge Qnthrie P.' Crowe will he

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St. Luke, Ancon, Ul take, place Sn will be formed at
at. 9 a.m. in the Bishop's. House "nr0,clock t0 weicome the

this rriaay ur.' jonn. n. iuwu- tj,
HmA will be the .speaker, att'd ulB

t-v, a Hinnpr -whlo.h will be

served at 7 30, will -be followed
by the official program includ

ing the Keynote aaaress. -.jui
the banauet, the Air Force dance

band will provide music tor

dancing until 11:30.

All Canal zone scouters ana
..long Viovo hppn invited to

attend and a large delegation is

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i .. niEi HUNTERS? rvard and Was drowned trying to

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TOCCOA. Ga. UP The Toccoa into it. Hi mother-in-law rushed

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Jerry Davie's Two Hitler
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Stops Champion Beermen

tV; By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
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The Carta Vieja Yankees are in first place in

the Panama Professional League standings today

. thanks to their 2-1 victory over the champion Cerve Cerve-.
. Cerve-. xa Balboa at the Olympic Stadium last night.
! v Main credit for the win goes to righthander Jer Jer-:
: Jer-: ry Davie, whu hurled a two-hitter and scored the
I : first run of the game, but the Yanks would be un un-?
? un-? ', grateful if they did not appreciate the cooperation
! of losing pitcher Carlos Thorne and CB third base-
man Herman Charles, who contributed to the Yan-

't kee cause with a wild pitch
.'' Dftvl icored easily from third
when Thorne uncerKea nis wuu
one In the third. After Alcnso
! Brathwaite hit the third riome-
run of his Pro Loop career which
' trtrf tn 1951-52. in the fifth,
4-h.rio knhble of solder -WU'
helms"Bfecrifice bunt set up what

proved to be the winning mur mur-v,
v, mur-v, r in fhe sixth.
v Davie had walked to open
the third, and with one out
" mOTei to third on Tony Barti Barti-rome'0
rome'0 Barti-rome'0 single to right. Witlf
'. Don peGroote at the plate and
' two ut Thome unleashed Ms
; wild pitch to ptttithe Yanks in
l front 1-0. .
It was a tied-up game in the
illfth when Brathwaite hit a one one-'
' one-' nd-to pitch over the left field
- fence .as the Jubilant infielder
; printed around the bases as n
trying for an inside-the-park
. homer.
In the sixth Chet Boak got

himself a lead-off single to cen cen-.
. cen-. ter. dharles booted Wilhelm's
i bunt -down the third base line
i nd BUly Shantz, lined to short
, for out No-. 1.

Davjie iorcea wimeim t

' to shqitstop, wiin uoax. suing

Gene Armstrong
Chalks Up 13th
Straight Victory
I NEW YORK (UP) Unbeaten
'Gene (Ace) Armstrong clicked off
his 13th straight victory Monday
'night against middleweight Rey Rey-!
! Rey-! bon Stubbs, but JStubbs made such
'a good shoeing that each will get
another TV IlKm. ax U wicuuiaa
'Arena next month.
' Armstrong, who won a unani
winin lo-round decision at St
Nick's over Stubhs of- Pittsburgh,
imust wait until Jan. 20 for hts
!xt Wt because he suffered a
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round.
i Armstrong. 25. weighed 158
i sounds to Stubbs' 156W. Reybon
, is 23.
Whatever
Happened to ..
S JAY BERWANGER
Jay Berwanger was the last of

' fte great footDau players at me
Iniversity of Chicago, making the
11-America in 1935 though he
; i Slaved with a down-trodden team.

! Ancit a "banner-line read: "Ber-
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time was a 20-13 loser against
Ohio State in 1935 when Jay ran
L wfld but not wild enough. He did,
J however, become the first winner
it the Heisman Trophy and was
tho first player ever selected.
J (Philadelphia drew him) when the

1 Rational r ooiDan league aei uy
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and error respectively.

third and scoring when Johnny
KroDf hit a single to r:ght That
first baseman Harold Gordon
dived for but couldn't get.
After that Thorne retired the
side and there was no more scor scor-ine
ine scor-ine for the night. Dave Benedict
worked the last two innings for
the Beermen.:'
Davie fanned four batters
and walked an equal amount.
Thorne struck out five and
save un eieht free passes.
Before the eame. CV general
manager Joe Nachio was on the
field in his Kansas City Athletics
uniform hitting balls to the in
field and outfield during prac
tice.
Both Nachio and field manag
er Shantz said after the contest
that their team's main problem
is hitting. They explained that
poor weather conditions naa
hampered tnem aunng pre-sea-
.son workouts. ;"!CiV '5
There -is no activity scheduled
for tonight.- Carta vieja ana
Chesterfield meet tomorrow
night at 8 o'clock. The Yanks'
Bill Franco will oppose Jim O'
Rielly.
Jerry's Job
CERVEZA BALBOA
AB R H 0
Gordon, lb
Charles, 3b
Robinson, cf
P. Osorio, rf
Moore, ss
Shields, If
Brathwaite, 2b
Kellman, c
Thorne, p
Grenald
Benedict, p
0 0
.0,0
Totals
27 1 2 24 "7
CARTA VIEJA
AB R H O
Kropf, cf
Bartirome, lb
Barron, ss
DeGroote, If
Schmidt, rf
Boak, 2b
Wilhelm, 3b
Shantz, c
Davie, p
Totals
1 2
1 14
0 2
27 2 5 27 14
000 010 0001 2 2
001 001 00X 2 5 0
Cerveza B.
Carta Vieja
SUMMARY
Errors: Charles, P. Osorio, Runs
batted in: Brathwpite, Kropf, Earn
ed runs: .Carta Vieja 1, Cerveza
Balboa 1. Two-base hit: Schmidt.
Home run: iBrathwaite. Double-
plays: Moore, Gordon; Kropf,
Shantz; Davie, Barron, Bartirome.
Sacrifice hits: Bartirome, Wil Wilhelm.
helm. Wilhelm. Wild pitch: Thorne, Struck Struck-out
out Struck-out by thorne 5, Davie 4. Bene
dict 1. Base on ballsoff: Thorne
8, Davie 4. Leit on base: Carta
Vieja 11, Cerveza Balboa 3. Pitch-
ers'r ecord: Thorne 2 runs, 5 hits
in 7 innings. Winning pitcher:
Davie (1-0). Losing pitcher:
Thorne (0-1). Umpires: Thornton.
Helsinger, Hinds, Moore. Attend
ance; 2,026 Time of game 2:12.
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Millersville 90 LaSalle 80
Buffalo U. 57 Oswego 56
Springfield 68 MIT 67
Connecticut 84 American Int. 55
Temple 83 Delaware 38
Midwtit
Loyola (111.) 90 Ripon 72
DePaul 71 Neb. Wesleyan 45
Wisconsin 63 S. Dakota 56
Kansas 63 Oklahoma State 56
Evansville 92 Louisville 82
Bethany 60 Western Reserve 58
Purdue 79 Miami (O.) 66
Mich. State 74 Butler 55
Ohio U. 76 Indiana 68
Iowa State 62 Drake 55
Northwestern 97 West. Mich. 78
Minnesota 66 Southern Meth. 52
Illinois 100 Marquette 90
Nebraska 64 S. Dakota State 52
Soutb
The Citadel 60 Newberry 46
William & Mary 73 Virginia 69
Wake Forest 68 Davidson 61
Phillips Oilers 93 Richmond 76
Tennessee 84 Furman 61
Kentucky 78 Duke 74
Florida St. 74 Tennessee Tech 71
N. Carolina St. 72 Atlan. Christ. 44
Miami (Fla.) 89 Jacksonville 87
Alabama 88 Jacksonville T. 31
Vanderhilt 91 Sewanee 53
Loyola (La.l 94 St. Mary's 63'
Florida 97 Jacksonville Naval 56
South Carolina 95 Georgia 87
Soirthwtst
Oklahoma City U. 85' Houston 75
Rice 72 New Mexico A&M 45
Oklahoma 64 Arkansas, 52
Wast
Stanford 77 Coll. of Pacific 61
Colorado St. U. 64 Colorado 55
Paul Bryant Quils
Texas Aggies; Will
Return lo Alabama
COLLEGE STATION, Texas
(UP)-r Paul (Bear) Bryant, re
signed his $15,000-a-year post as
head at Texas A and M Mon. to
go back to his alma mater, the
University of Alabama, and take
over the job of rebuilding its foot football
ball football fortunes.
Bryant, a talL i stern football
booester who pulled the Aggies
up from the Southwest Conference
cellar to national ranking in four
years, became the second coach
to leave a Southwest Conference
team since the nd of the season.
Only last week' personable Jack
Mitchell of Arkansas ; resiened to
take over as head coach at Kan Kansas.
sas. Kansas.
President T. M. Harrincton of
asm announced the school would
release Bryant from the final sev
en years of his 10year contract
"with regret," but no official word
on tne hiring of Bryant has come
from Alabama as of .yet.
Alabama President Dr. Frank
A. Rose said at Lexington, Ky.,
that Bryant's announcement came
as a surprise to him.
He said he hoped to talk to
Bryant sometime late Monday
night or early tpday about suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding Alabama coach J. B.
(Ears) Whitworth.
Bryant's request tor release
from his contract asked that it be
effective Jan. 1, 1958, four day
after he leads the Aggies for the
final time in their Gator Bowl
clash against Tennessee.
Sports Briefs
TILE Y NEW TIGER'S CAPTAIN
PRINCETON, N.J. (UP- Fred
Tiley, junior fullback who led
Princeton in scoring with 52 points
this season, will captain the Ti Tigers'
gers' Tigers' 1958 football team. Tiley
averaged 4.7 yards per carry this
season in gaining 592 yards rush
ing.
LONG UNDER KNIFI
PITTSFIELD, Mass. (UP; Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs first baseman Dale
Long underwent minor surgery to
correct a glandular ailment in the
lower abdomen Monday. Long,
who batted .298 and hit 21 home
runs during the 1957 season, is ex expected
pected expected to he released from the
hospital within a few days.
TODAY-ENCANTO-.35-.20
SPANISH DOUBLE I
Cantinflas In
"EL BOLERO DE BAQUEL"
in Color l
Pedro Infante In
"Cuando Habla el Corai6n"
TODAY IDEAL .25r.15
SPANISH DOUBLE!
TJbertad Lamarque in
' -CUANDO ME VATA"
Tin Tan in
"EL MEDICO DE LAS LOCAS"
VICTORIA
lit.
LONG JOHTC IILTZR
with Robert Newton
t Also: -f-
THE MAX WHO
' NTVT "WAS

Chdmberlain Carries iMarisas

Past Season s 1st

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE i- ;'

Teams
Carta Vieja
Cerveza Balboa
Chesterfield
Lost
THURSDAY

At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vieja (Franco) vs. Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield (O'Rielly). )
Game time: 8:00 p.m.
LAST NIGHT'S RESULT:
At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vieja 2, Cerveza Balboa 1.
Saturday: Cerveza Balboa vs. Chesterfield (8:00 p.m.).
Sunday: Carta Vieja vs. Cerveza Balboa (8:00 p.m.).

by
JOE WILLIAMS

As we sat in the far reaches of
imerDlanetary space where the
press dox in tne rniaeipnia
Stadium is located watching fvavy
maneie Army, we recaliea the
before the season opened.
"Potentially, we have the mak
ings Oi a great team. It coula De
the best we've haq in m-ju years
On thing I'm sure oi. Nobody
will have a better line."
Because of the Ripper's incorri incorrigible
gible incorrigible enthusiasm for all things na navy,
vy, navy, and his consanginous attach attachment
ment attachment for linemen in general... at
Notre Dame he had opend. holes
for the historic "Four Horsemen.,
we felt it advisable to accept the
appraisal with certain reserva reservations.
tions. reservations. The Ripper is formally listed as
aeaitnnr mrprfnr jii athletics it the
Naval Acaoemy. j.Euphemisticafly
this means he's the head taieut
scout; his responsibility is to seu
the academy to youngsters... Es Especially
pecially Especially those with a flair lor foot-
ban.
It isn't always ty chance that
the Ned Olanams and Tom Forrest-
als lind themselves on the banks
of the Seven. Nor, for that matter,
is it always by whim that the Joe
Palermos reach uarmoum, me
Walt Kowoiczyks, Michigan State,
the John Crows, Texas A ana M
etc.
Notre Dame's bird dogs had
sniffed hopelully and assiduously
at the heels oi Forrestal when he
was a Cleveland high school star.
Oldham, irom neighboring Cuya
hoga Falls, Ohio, could have
gone to any school in the Big Ten.
Thanks to the Ripper organization
they eventually embraced the
sea.
If there is a dispositionto argue
with the Ripper, on the supreme
merits of Navy as a team, judged
by peak standards of the past,
there is almost lull agreement with
his evaluation of the '57 line. De
fensively it s tremendous, though
onensiveiy it is somewhat less
impressive.
The sailors'' cache, Eddie Erde Erde-latz,
latz, Erde-latz, has a special talent tor de defense,
fense, defense, anyway, He iwas a lines linesman
man linesman in cobege, later a line coach,
and in pro football his San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco 49er linefs were distinguish distinguished
ed distinguished for their parsimonious qualities.
SERVICE.
CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA I t. (n!y)
Henry Fonda
! J. Cobb
"II ANGRY MEN"
(PImm Note Starting
Time)
CRISTOBAL T:N
Rock Hudson
Martha Hyar
"BATTLE HYMN :
DIABLO
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Aldo Kay v.:
Anna Bancroft.
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GAMBOA 7:M
Marian Dietrich
THE MONTI CARLO
TOBY"
MARGARITA :U, T:M
"MORA STRANGER"
PARA ISO
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Geo Rally
THl HAPPY
ROAD
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Aodla Murphy
AND BACK
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NIGHT'S GAME
SUPERB ON DEFENSE
In only two games this year has
Navy defense yielded more than
one touchdown, in no game more
than two. Army was neld score scoreless.
less. scoreless. Further, tne Soldiers manag manag-ea
ea manag-ea but one sustained march. This
in the second period when they
moved trora their 3d to Navy s
ight.
This was a superior Navy team
playing almost faultless lOOioail
on a greasy iieid. li haa nanpow nanpow-er,
er, nanpow-er, resolution ana precise execu
tion. Manpower was a aominant
factor. Whether Navy substituted
singiy or in units, there was no
appreciable letdown in tempo or
enecuveness.).
Why there shou.d be such
sharp difference between the two
academies in this respect is puzzi
ing. i Doe SNayy do "a better job
in selling the academy,, or is Ar Army
my Army losing; ground to its rival as
a can to natnotic adventurer tie
nificahtly, Army has had few re
serves ex nign cauDer in recent
years. ? v
'Army's first stringers, eveh with
Bob Anderson physica.y iianOi-
capped, showed tney could move
the bail well when fresh. Our mis
take was in thinking they could
keep on moving it. A mucn great greater
er greater mistake was to ignore the in
evitable consequences oi attrition
Alter their one blast of power the
soldiers were through.
WHY -THE DIFFERENCE?
On another day and in diiferent
circumstances young Bourland
would undoubtedly have been re
lieved. The quarterback lacked
his usual poise aqd decision. Call Calling
ing Calling lor a punt on third down With
only two to go in the early stages
wassurely a mark of tension, as
was the subsequent ball dropping
incident.
But Afniy had no adequate re replacement.
placement. replacement. True, Navy had no
adequate replacemnt for the
talented Forrestal, if necessity
had demanded, but the Sailors, did
have betters than green hands' in
Pat Flood and Joe Tranchini. For
a game of this dimension Armv
aimost literally naa nobody
we taKe notning away ,. from
Navy's smashing performance in
a richly deserved triumph' when
we stress the difference in man
power. What concern us is ahv
mis omerence should exist-Why
Navy can get the boys and Army
apparently can t, we pause for enlightenment,-
OMR
JLV
m i.
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' RIGHT DIRECTION Wted Wted-1
1 Wted-1 Inc up a nigged season,' Jack
. Morria, Orfoo fullback, takes
a brMthcr. The aign, furnUhd
Iby a eheer leader, makea tt
(clear where the WeMooU are
Itoinf to the Boee BowL

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3 ,VV'

Cjag&Jfesr
- By JOHN'RimM
, Wilt (The imy Chamberlain
carried Kansas safely past its first
big test of the. collego basketball
season, but Kentucky got a bad
scare and i Indiana was upset in
Kansas, the nation's No. team,,
was leading by onlv a Doint at
balftime! UntU. the-, nvt n-foot
Chamberlain went into high gear
and led the Jay hawks to a 63-56
victory over Oklahoma State Mon
day night; at Stillwater, Okla.-v
AeniucKy, raniced No. 5, had to
rally in the last two minutes to
nip Duke. 78-74. on its own home
courfT And Indiana, last season's
Big Ten co-champion and ranked
14th for the new campaign, was
sent crashing by Ohio University.
76-68, at Bloomington, Ind.
cnamberiain wound ud with so
points in his nnenino- pffnrt fnr
Kansas, i of them coming, in the
secona nan at Kansas Dulled
away. '
Indiana was beat lust ,wher It
mougnt u was strong in re re-hounding.
hounding. re-hounding. Six-eight Archie Dees
had 24 points and six-7V4 Frank
Radovich had 19 for the Hoosiers,
but Ohio University controlled the
oacKooaras.
However, other hieh-r a n It &
teams that went right into action
on the opening night of the season
won as expected, Sixth-ranked
Michigan State, the other co-cham-
pion ot the Big Ten brushed aside
Butler, 74-5; 16th-ranked Rice
trounced New Mexico A&M, 72-45;
and 19th-ranked Illinois downed
Marquette, 100 90.
Jean Claude Lefebvre, the
French freshman who ranks as
the tallest college, eager in the na nation
tion nation at seven feet, 3 3-4 inches
made his debut for Gonzaga with
13 points in a 71-37 win nvr rni.
lege of Idaho.
in other .leadine mmm Tacf
mgnt: &mu, defending Southwest
Conference champion, took a 66-52
beating from Minnesota- Pnrrin
beat Miami (O.). 79-fifi! Mili..
ville (Pa.) State upset once-mighty
LaSalle, 90-80: Cookie' Pprila'c
puuiis lea aoum am m t
95-87 win over Georpia- .ii T.,t
lick sank. 22 points for Northwest
us 88"78 r9ut f Western
"niiigaii; iowa srate downed
Drake, 62-25; Sam Bernard's '19
points paced Wisconsin to a 63-56
trSel ,outn uaota; Hub Reed
of Oklahoma City notched" 24 in
aim oumuia aownea Col
lege of Pacific, 77-61.
(Bradley; last yearns Natronarin
vitation : Tournament champion
ranked No. 3 this season niwn.
tonight .'against Illinois Normals
Seventhranked Kansas Stat fanc
lexas western; ninth-ranked Notre
uame piays St.; Ambrose, and
omer mgniignts include Iowa Iowa-Southern
Southern Iowa-Southern Methodist. Ore eon Ore
gon atate, Stanford St. Mary's
(Cal.), and Wichita-Wyoming.
Piston's Yardley
Takes Over Lead
In Pro (age Scoring
NEW YORK (UP) George
Yardley of .the Detroit' Pistons fi finally
nally finally took over the National Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball Association scoring 1 lead
this week when the Pistons caught
up in number oi games played.
Yardley-took a solid lead over
Bob Pettit of the St. Louis Hawks,
476 points to .437; ,
He racked Up 158 points in
games during the past week and
has been .scoring an average of
28.0 points per same according to
official league-statistics, announced
today. .The only thing that was
holding him back from the over overall
all overall point lead was the fact that
Detroit had played fewer games
than any other team until this
week. I
Adolph Schayes of the Syracuse
Nat was third, in scoring with 419
points and moved within one point
of becoming the all-time league
scoring leader, d Macaulev of St.
Louis has scored 10,393 points in
as ,(hia career to date, while
Schayes mow, has 10,39?.
Bill Sherman of the Boston Ceh
Qcs in fourth in scoring this sea-!
son with 410 points and former
scoring champion Neil Johnston is
fiftB-witb 395.
Leaders in other indvldual sta
tisties'wera holdovers from last
week.'Johnw set the nace
m field goal accuracy with a .496
snooting markrto ,45 for, Boston's
Bill Russell who holds the Jead in
rebounds ninUi 26.3 pet game.
Sharmaa continued to lead in
free throw accuracv with an .895
mark to .887 for Dick Schnittker
of Minneapolis. i;
The Celtics are scoring the most
points, lii.o per game; Minneap.
olif ix allowing the most, 110.6.
; vj TOO R EALISTIC
: CARNTKE. Enriand fUPi In-
habitants- of this Cornish village
compiameo today that civil de defense
fense defense workers wre too realistic
when they signalled the start of
a civiL defense exercise by touch touching
ing touching off! an explosion to simulate
a fmisguided" nuclear missile.
The explosion shattered the win windows
dows windows of the post office, Methodist
church, and the ceilings and win windows
dows windows of several private dwellings.
It also seared the daylights ut

?-;l7"i win uFr Houston5 wo wo-Mary
Mary wo-Mary flipped Jvirmii,

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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANf

S5?.,I???N:Z Balboa baseman Herman
Charles is out at the plate as Carta Vieja catcher Billy ShanU
blocks the plate and makes the tag for the third out in the
fourth inning of last night's game at the Olympic, Stadium.
Charles attempted td score after; left fielder Billy Shields had
filed out to Johnny Kropf in center, but Kropf 's rjetfect throw
cut him down. The' Yankees won 2-1,'

Middleweight : dass;Bt
Around Today But Not As
Good As In Roaring 20s

4
By JA6K CUDDY
NEW YORK (UP)- Now. in the
last month of 1957, the middle
weight division is the liveliest in
boxing; Jbut realist Frank Bch-
man says:
v
"Don't go using superlatives
Don't throw hats into, the air. The
middleweight class may be the
best in boxing today, but it's not
nearly as good as it was back in
the 1920's." 5
Somewhat unexpected Was
Bachman's cold-water treatment.
He manages Rory Calhoun,'' an
outstanding 160-pound contender-franked
third, just behind ex chani chani-pions
pions chani-pions Ray Robinson and Gene
Eullmer, ; And, uy iliosannahs he
might yodle about the division
would indirectly glorify Calhoun.
Veteran, But fio GlorijKer v
But Frank is no glorifier, even
though he's a "veteran manager
whom one would expect to be .a
master of the flamboyant boost
This middle-sized, dark-complexioned
pilot with the rimless spec spectacles
tacles spectacles went through the "old
school'' as manager .of Slapsie
Maxie Rosenhloom from 1923 to
1939. Maxie became light heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion in 1930. Bach-
man also assisted 80b Olin u the
same title and he brought Lew
Jenkins to New York, where he
became lightweight king.
'Back around 1925.' when Rosen-
bloom was fighting as a middle middleweight,
weight, middleweight, that division was jammed
with good men like Harrv Greb.
Mickey Walker. 'Tiger Flowers.
Johnny Wilson, Jock-Malone. Acel
Hudkms, and the like," Bachman
recalled.
"Why, it seemed that every city
had three or four very good mid
die weights men who could put
up a good fight with the best. And
there's' no questidn in my mind
that the best then Greb, Walker
or Flowers could, have, beaten
Sugar Ray Robinson the peak day
he ever saw. And Robinson has
been held up by recent experts as
the greatest all-round fighter of
the past 10 years, at' least."
But what about Calhoun, the 23-
year-old slugger from White
Plains, N.Y... who has lost but two
of his 34 bouts and registered 16
knockoutse
"Something about that man
4
, New aromal : -
V 100 roan tested Uo Jng oh
harj, piclcad Aqua Valva
with tctnt-prolongw M-10.
New actlonl vs V
Skin condiHflr, Hvmactin,
"fl'vei yor iki eViftk"

Rory Hasn't Arrived Yet
'I'll tell you frankly Rory hasn't
arrived yet" said his manager: t
but he could probably beat ery1
one in the division right now if
the top guys would fight. lim. He's
improving with every bout,' If I
can force a title iight before the
end of next year, I'm aure he'll
become champion. And perhaps a
year or two afler,that he will be be-come
come be-come so good he can be men mentioned
tioned mentioned in the same hreath with
Greb. Walkr anrl Vlnmorm Tt ...ill

take-time, anof experience.'!,. -'
Muscular Calhoun whn had Knin

called a miniature Marciano" be-'
cause his style resembles Rocky's
arid because heis traiiiMi. hviit. .

tie Charley Goldman, stopped Bob Bob-by
by Bob-by Boyd 'in the second round at
MadisOn Square ..Garden on
Nov. .,22.J,m!,. V ,1
"I; thouehfcilthat Jirmressivn vl
tory would get Rorv t!onsiHern.fnit
at least, as a challenger for Car Carmen
men Carmen Basilio's titln

inson Vdecidea not, to fight Basilio

again-' Bachman explained. "Baft
we found! he. wasn't getting any t
consideration, so we've accepted a
match with Spider Webb at the
San Francisco Cow Palace. Jan. :

20 to keep" busy and get experi-
Webb, ranked sixth nntrointurf
Calhoun- in August, 1956. Rory'i
only other defeat was on a rtisnnf.
led decision to Joerv GiardelTn
rated fourth, last May 17.
"But we haven't been ableto
get Giardello back into the ring
again," Bachman concluded. :
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after, missing a punch aimed at Danny Russo in New York
Welterweight bout. Schmidt, from Germany, won the decision.

MAJOR LEAGUE ....
Im2merien Atrw.y. 3Vi. .HJ
Seymour Ajency
El Rancho wi
R. C. Ne-Hl .-
European Furniture
u i Hnmi Co.
30
22
27
21
20
20
25
31
32
32
Coffey
Oiii week. if,o
MO Elite godety-Fistonich 611,
1 Caicio 609, G" Brown 627. ;
V""0jr,Hre Honor Roll G-
Europe Furniture J
'With lecorid Place club dropping
Euim flrrt enlace
jnenwa i.r-T ; two
hen they .Parted pouring oute
wrnd won by Pi". fallm
eight Thort of the thousand
3& cntinued this
i SB -SSMy. -ft
tizilea oui oc.''s
un with an S66 game whereas
,up wh" .. . being
feefdrd lor a 57
fi"N"triet I r good example J for
the, jets, aei b y .i(frinff 0t a
hia teammaies y, -r- t,w
ther Guy r, m Zwkm $
that atole the ahow. with 627.
,n -. PAAT.scio609,
SuUiVan 574, Nune,
5M, Lowande 538. Europea Europea-;
; Europea-; Schmidt 544, Fernandez 532 Lrtd-

land the bottom team, H, .1 : H
" ma took advantage by adminis administrating
trating administrating t-S td.l drubbing to the
V A j -i.r. inuirance out-

iormer . t.
j.- vik wre( in tne
league, brought together Bud Bal Bal-and
and Bal-and BiU Coffey in direct com
petition with each other Bufl came
5ut ot top by marking up 593 ;a-
gainst Bill'l 515,
- Thea-.7-pina, should put Bud In
At h. hiffh averaae der-
by. This slump cost the
the runnerup appt n :
now in thira piace. n.
are tied for seventh place.
4. t..h sir Bowers 493,
-'TnVX'J. wi roffev 515
Dives o vj !!
7 c mn,,r PM 559. Thomas
487, Bumpp 453, Balcer 593, Ja
m.. won itn In F ajia
L shirt hrought Ahe boy good
'-t. v v .hnrked the Ne-
1u
ffUCsV WDCH UICJ .
Hi soft drinkers lor tnrec J'
and the Kilowata now occupy
Andy Fistonich was fullyjnarg fullyjnarg-ed
ed fullyjnarg-ed with: a hot 611 wrles for the
Power and Light kegiers.. wno
I.. irvu earn Rut tne ;lv
an -KT. yt; .a.. haif fwtwef IB
U. ite"tll saUi, via a--
the finale by capturinit on pow
and nUvint ff the oossibilrty cl
dropping in vthe standines. Cl-
pinch rolling for tn- ailing
Aimt. w N-Hi "hiEh man
k KK
Recap, FicL Bover 530. Da Davis
vis Davis 515, Wallace 477. Fistonich 611
Gleichman 596. Ne-Hi Allen 50t
Lottenbereer 51: Bell 496, .Todd
52 aid Vescio 566.
. l aJanrS J Lf'kv Sir 1
FV Rancho gardens conti-
tr"ir depenHabl- bowlinf dump dump-I
I dump-I ih- pack of T ick Strike for
t mrr?in. Th Gardens lo
th-1 ouch In 'e fin gme and
"iV tr" 37 ';. p-t R'-h--rdnoo
jwrve-'-ir.'ha-bt for tve
Ranchitos with 595, and for the

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burnt up CigamHos Earl u e s i
was Desi witn aoo.
El Rancho Rogers o, uui
522, Charters 531, Kunkel 574 and
rs i
"2
Richardson 585. uiwiy awue
Soyster 524, Morrow 480, vosi
466, Samaniego 511 and Best 536.
WOMEN'S INTERSERVICK
LEAGUE
-. Toams
Beachcombers
Rodman Wrens
Army MRU
W(h)ales H
Albrook Flyeri
Blue Devils

34 10
29V4 144
19 24V4
19 25
16 28
14 30

Thtf mir Wactacombers juilt
nirkins un points week
in and week out,' This week, they
-i.u.j h. M.vu RIllB DVll-
ettes for four points and slightly
increased their, ieaa in we
ingS. ':iwf ;'.:(.
.' 'jl trin' nf these female beach-
hfl nvr thn nnnosl-
tion when Lena uurcneiie oaisseu
a 508 series, and Helen uiuq
grabbed a 521, et, wit i w
D..a CVt Attn o rH ihat ctafrajd Wltil
cci Vnr.fha unfortunate Blue DeV
Us who returnea w tne ihs,
... Voii lrnnired a 517 ana rai
Steele did not steal put eaxneu
her 538. ; ;
Rodman Wrens 3'A MURU V
tk. rnnv Rodman Wrens
kept within striking distance of
the BeachcomDerg, Dy aowmng vm
MRU by 3 to, mi. :tne even spin
nrrurred in the onener when; both
registered 837 count.
Kik VnApk ant reallv neikv bv
kAi wani'tn a win in the
second' game. Nickie nicked off
five strikes in a row in me e e-ly
ly e-ly frames but tapered off and
m;..Aii th 9nn arratch came by
two pins. Her 537 was not the best
nest egg for tne wrens, dccbubc
Judy Richards rouea a aou.
Chiriai, aaaiffned'to the
UlUlJ mmww tJ --
j;mih .nphnr nnt amackprl a
UUiibUll p..vw. 1 w
530. Tita Estabrooic ist misser
nut th s C. ruot'a but her 499 was
the best for tne Army unit.
Albrook Flyarttes 3
' W(h)alat 1
When the Admiral is away the
gals -will play, but the airforce
. anniloH AdmirfT WSles'
W(h)ales from-, having fun, by
dropping them three points.
The lady pilots, put on plenty
of lip especially by Gloria Vas Vas-niiao
niiao Vas-niiao wx and Janet Pre atom 502.
ni nnnui nut' nf fh cellar. Un
fortunately' for the JV'(h)ales nty
a damsel apouiea. over tnai live
hundred mark. Closest waa Marth
Bruster with 490.
SporBriefs
$ AVOI I SCORES TKO
LONDON (UP)-Canadian Tight-
weight Armana 5voie- scored, a
third-round technical knockout
over Ron Richardson of England
-. r L il t I J
Aionoay mgnt in xneir atneuuiru
Afcrhtmind hmit nipnardanm Buf
fered a deep cut in the mouth in
the third round after dominating
. a I a a
tne' nrn iwo- rounas aoa oaa io
retire.--''';'1;''"- -?
AUSTIN ELECTED CAPTAIN
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (UP)
Ri!lv Aisia. eastern total of
fense leader, who- ganed 1,425
yards in nine games this season,
has been elected captain of t"ie
.1958 Rutgers football team. Austin
lives in Fanwood, N.J.

PClToLead
'HUM"'
Fight Against
Latest Plan

, By HAL WOOD --f
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COLORADO SPRINGS,' Colo.,
iw iui-i HaseDau Commi
ssioner ora Fi'ick t proposajt to
rou DiotiKodit os repienenUt repienenUt-ivh
ivh repienenUt-ivh nt l: ininur leuBdCs went laiO
tneir secona day ot aiscussiou
ou we pian. j
Vrirlr h an sue Bested that all
pUyci ou eveiy ciud ui maua
engiDie to be cuaaeu autr serv serv-tn
tn serv-tn ule l'tKjuireu uuinoer o. years
mseaa ox tne ptesent rule wiieie wiieie-bv
bv wiieie-bv onivone UKver cau on urati-
u Iroiu each club. ,.
But the Pacilic Coast League,
heaued by resident Ls-ie U -Connor
hMS amiounced mat it will
leari inp nffht uirainst tim lllnrl.
''it uoeitii't mane sense, sid
maiors snouia uav zj.uo0 lor ev
ery puyer araited. Tjiat would
m..nii iniii nn nuvers would oe
araued because the price would
pe mgn. inis is ekpeciauy true
wnen you consider tnat 80 per cent
ot all uranees lau to suck in me
majors."
It was reoorte'd. however, that
many of the major league ciubs
that owu minor league teams, are
supporting the plan,
'-.such a nlan would ODen UD
teams like the Denver Bears of
tne American Association wneie
the Yankes nide out many di
their young stars, saia one ciud
nf'iiciii i nil var inr inaLance.
they lost only catcher Harry Chiti
; I -J I C U nifnkAW
Zack Monroe lirst baseman Fran
Le and ouUieider Jim nsom ai
ld hive beeB Miected undei
so would have been selected under
tne Frick plan."
Imnni iho nlher item a nn the
agenda is the proposal to elimin
ate tne Donus rue, inis comes up
Bvorwear: but here ii some talk
that is has a good chance to pass
inis year. ..;
"in the final ana vsia it is simn
lv hslieved that the bonus nlaver
rule has not proved., workable,"
said a spokesman ior ue noumun
club.
: Voting on all proposed amend amendment
ment amendment will take place tomorrow
morning. , f 'f ,.
Meanwhile thf PCL director
lutoetlttd1 vuii h arne'diilAa nnnhlitmtf
and the financial headache conect
ed with acquiring the San jLau
City franchise. Nick Morgan of the
Utah Capital yesterday reached
agreement with oner Bob Cobb on
the purchase oiVthe Hollywood
stars for a reported 150,00(r, But
tha miBatinn ttt who would nur-
chase the Sktt Lake ;Cj territo territorial
rial territorial rights irom owner Eddie ,Le-
ishman was tossed Dace into tne
laps of the PCL and the National
League. Leishman reportedly is
asking between $50,000 and $75, $75,-000.
000. $75,-000. v-
The directors di go ahead with
schedule work, including Salt Lake
Ulty, ana gel siaggereu upeniDKa
for April' 15, 16, 17. There will be
a 154-game schedule,1 enaing sept.
7.
The Texas. Leaeue continued
to dicker Iwith Mexico i Qitiy arid
Monterrey ot tne Mexican ieague
with a view of making a 10-team
league. But the chances appear
slim for this union.
On the agenda today will be the
conclusion of the draft for Class
A, B. and C teams.
At yesterday's draft sessions,
the minors spent $160,000 picking
up the contracts of 38 players. On Only
ly Only well known name waa that
of Karl Spooner, one-time whiz
kid of the Brooklyn Dodgers. He
was taken from Macon, Ga., of
the South Atlantic league -for
$4,500 by Houston of the Texas
League. A-a.m
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. s By Conrndo Sargeant

Pr.aid.nt Remnn rai-etrapk alPW-
ards again cracked the whip oyer
the weekend.-?; ; v,
list of suspended lockeys wtth a
12-meet vacation (or his dubious
ride on Coral, iir Sunday a second
it
Amadn Credidiu who rode vic
torious Mikel in the same race,
was also set lown witn e i g n t
meets for crowding Garramufio.
. The onlv other suspended rider
,was Juan Gongora; who got eight
meets lor crossing ateiiia vt-reni-dio)
with Filon in Sunday's fourth
race.
Sai.m had trailer In Sun
day's Colon Junior Chamber of
Commerce Handicap received an
eight-meet suspension for his poor
performance, j
Native thnroushbred Brae Val
was suspended for four meets for
refusing to start in omnia
eighth race.
T.nia H Farrutria was fined $10
for sending Recife late to the re receiving
ceiving receiving barn last Thursday. Re
cife participated in the second
race.
1
cinofiii has. hppn xusDended in
definitely and placed under the
.UMHivLn1. ,.ffotc n'pralKP Of
VCLdAiiaj ion o u' t"
an undetermined ailment.
Arcalio Cutierrei, a g r m
working lor Mrs. Otllla dt Mo Mo-reno,
reno, Mo-reno, hat batn barrsd from en en-taring
taring en-taring th race(racl and Its
surrounding areas for orw menth
'as punishment for bting disre disrespectful
spectful disrespectful to the track's veterina veterina-rian.
rian. veterina-rian. ninth Kranlin Raeza and Ruben
Vasquez are almost sure bets to
Kr.v Tti Aeuirre's record of
147V4 winners for a years. V a s
quez has a total 01 w to oaie
while Baeza has pushed home 138
winners.
Last Sunday Baeza chalked up
..,in in oro Vasauez sem-
mar1r nf HQ RflP7.1 S last VIC-
VHiCl lama sa. ,
. i i l An 4Ua siiv-
tory made air toiai ii
hinnth oeriod .and he still ha
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bv BRFWMASTER i"
fix BMiWVfr
" A-i'ii arXmhim TVfnrhe WH6
finished last teason .vith a brfliarit
3 and 0 record did not have his
luck with him last night as his
mates failed to cooperate offensive offensively.,
ly., offensively., garnering only two safeties
off the offerings df Yankee pitcher
Jerry Davie, ,
Both Yankee tallies were un unearned,
earned, unearned, the first coming on a wild
pitch and the second was set up
oa Herman Charles failure tt
field "Spider Whilhelm's sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice bunt.
The Beermen had Davie hang hanging
ing hanging on the ropes in the upper fouth
when they filled the bases with
none out, only to have Clarence
Moore go down swinging and
Charles cut down at the plate
by Johnny Kropf's perfect throw
from center after Billy Shield had
flied out.
The second guessers had plen plenty
ty plenty to howl about in the next in inning
ning inning as Alonso Brathwaite, who
seems headed for one of his best
seasons this year.l eading off in
the fifth powered a Davie pitch
over the left field wall for the first
homer of the young", season and
the Sole Beerman tally for the
night. This homer might have re resulted
sulted resulted in three runs had not Gor Gordon
don Gordon attempted to score on Shield s
short fly in the previous inning.
For the colorful Brathwaite, It
was his first homerun since 1953

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f cadyto-scrve v 'round regardless of season.
foods arc care X' -: -; ;

three weeks of riding left this

vJholf hrpspnl rate. Baeza
AAMd rortaintv to overtake Ku-
Al J
hon and windun with the lushest
; annual Jotal. in locai history.
rviirooonut'milp Helindoro Gus-
tines. Baeza's arcr. iival, is work
ing out horses once more and
may return to ine saoaie i n i s
week. Gustines broke his collar collarbone
bone collarbone in a bad spill several months
ago while riding Maria Stuardo.
The Peruvian-bred horse Patau,
ah t ma orpnr rnvi 1 1 1 huh
Chile an bred mare Encachada
cpnt tn Chtrimu nn aunaav.
Tk milt ha used for breeding
purposes at the Haras San Mi
guel.
nnth niin rpppntlv nhtained bv
the Eleta brothers, Carlos and
Fernando, specifically lor ureea-
ing.
Two excellently pedigreed
English two-yearold colts were
obtained ovr the weekend by
Ma. Timoteo Melendez, of tha
Panama National Guard, and
Daniel Ciniglio. Both ware im imported
ported imported from England by "Cri "Cri-malde
malde "Cri-malde Investments," an import import-ing
ing import-ing firm. v
T!onHoT hniicllt .lunlD Quick, a
hinnt nffanrin? nt Luminary-
Jacob's Stone by Rockefella. Hen
ry White will train tnis nusKy
youngster.
rininiin nurphaspd Achieved, a
two-year-old bay on of Talon-Soft
Whisper by He Did. Talon is the
brilliant Argentino-bred grey tour tour-ter
ter tour-ter who won the Santa Anita
'Cap in the early 50's. He is now
a stallion in California.
Achieved's dam, Soft Whisper, is
an' American mare which was
.ninruil tn F.n1and already in
foal by Talon. This makes Achiev
ed a truly international animai.
He is by an Argentine sire out
of. an American mare, was bred
in England and will do his rac racing
ing racing ..in ranama.
Suds
i nd only his thrid in seven season?
Jii' Prtl-laguers The former Xa
xioca oLar is oi.icu w
Columblis of the AAA Internation International"
al" International" League next season. Keep it
up' Rippo, we are pulling for you.
Despite the lact that manager
Leon Keilman has never been con considered'
sidered' considered' a speed king, ever so of often
ten often viiu ran ape him (lustrine and
playing the game for everything
it s worth. Leading 011 iasi uibui s
eighth, Kelly attempted a bunt
in an effort to get on. Remark
a fan aiter the lutile try, "Well,
1 have seen it all".
Last night's game although play played
ed played in the splendid time of two
hour and 10 minutes was a vast
improvement over the opener in
which the fans became bored by
th way the players ambled in and
off the field between innings.
It'is our opinion that if the ma
nagers of the jueermen ana smoii smoii-ers
ers smoii-ers concentrate in improving on
this phase of the game, plus an
assist here and there from th um umpires
pires umpires attendence would surely im improve.
prove. improve. Carlos Thorne, who tasted de defeat
feat defeat for the first time since 1956,
was touched for five hits in the
seven' frames he toiled. He struck
out four and walked six. From
what he showed, Beermen fans
can look forward to some good
pitching from the bow legged
six footer who is due to report
to omana in tne American aso-
iiation next season.
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Hustling Lane

Making Trade
Offers For 4
By MILTON RICHMAN
rnT.nBAnn springs. Colo.
(UP) Bustling Frank Lane
Cleveland was i. ng trade offers
in four different directions todrv.
including one .0 Washington 'for
Roy Sievers and another to the
Yankees for either Gil McDougald
or Bobhy Richardson.
Lane also talked trade with the
Red Sox- and White Sox.
Lane created considerable ex excitement
citement excitement at Monday's major
league draft when he chose 20 20-year
year 20-year old Gary Geiger, a pitcher pitcher-outfielder
outfielder pitcher-outfielder from his former em employers
ployers employers the St. Louis Cardinals'
Umaha club.
Only 11 players were drafted in
all at a total outky of $135,000.
The Washington Senators had
fi fct phninn and ait la tlaA anrrA
baseman Bobby Malkmus, who
nn .mi wnn wicnita 01 tne Amer
ican Association last season.
The other draft choices were:
Pittsbureh Pitchers Roser Os-
enhaunh from Sacramento and
Bob Thorpe from Portland of the
Pacific Cot T,eagiip.
Kansas City Catcher Harry
Chiti from flenver of the Ameri American
can American Association.
Ch'lnaan Cuke .Thirii Aeamqn
Antonio Tavlor 4rom Dallas nf the
Texas League.
Baltimore Outfielder Bert Ham
ric from Los Angeles of the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast League.
Philadelphia Pitcher John Gray
from San Diego of the Pacific
Coast League.
Cincinnati Pitcher Will Cade
front St. Paul of the American As
sociation.
Boston Pitcher Clarence Churn
from Hollywood, of' the PaCiiic
Coast League.
St. Louis Hitcher Tom Flani Flani-gan
gan Flani-gan from Indianapolis of the
American Association.
Thp Wnrld f.hamninn Ttravpa
Yankees, Giants, Dodgers, Tigers
ana wnne 90x111 passeu.
Cricket Meeting
All intpreated cricketers of the
various cluhs in the Pacific Cric-
kiet League are cordially invited
to attend a meeting at Paraiso
on Saturday, Dek 7vat 7:30 p.m.
' 'The purpose of this1 meeting will
be election of officers and to for formulate
mulate formulate plans for the 1958 cricket
season.
SALAS TO MEET SCANLON
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) For For-mpr
mpr For-mpr wnrld, liehtweicht ch amnion
Lauro Salas has signed to meet
Bobby Scanlon In a 10-round bout
at the Civic Auditorium, Dec. 19.
Salas won the title from Jimmy
Carter in 1952 and lost it back
to him three months later, scan scanlon
lon scanlon defeated Wallace vBud) Smith,
another former lichtweiaht cham
pion, in his last start.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT
T DAItT NEWSPAPER '. 'J - L" 7. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER' 4, 1331
CL ASS I F I
THJS: SPACE V FOH', SALE.,'
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOa INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

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Resorts

SHAPNEL'S furnishe homes, m
each. Phone Thopmson, Balboa
1772.
Baldwin'! furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Baaeh. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Laree
Baach House. Ona mil past tha
Carina. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oeaanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Bos 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal S-1a73.
Houses
FOR RENT: Small hease. 3
roemi with 500 meters land,
running pipa water at Maria Eu Eugenia,
genia, Eugenia, Chilibra. $10 monthly.
Apply No. 112, Via Belisirio Po Po-rras.
rras. Po-rras. Phone 3-2474.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:
Beautiful chalet, two bedrooms.
Phone 3-6089.
Claire Boothe Luce
Slated To Receive
Cordell Hull Award
NEW YORK (UP) Clare Boothe
Luce, playwright, onetime Con Con-gresswoman
gresswoman Con-gresswoman and former U.S. Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Italy, was named to today
day today as the recipient of the third
annual Cordell Hull award for
leadership in building U.S. foreign
fnnnmir nnHrv'
The award, to be presented at
a public rally Dec. 10 at the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel, is sponsored by
the Committee on Foreign Trade
Education, Inc. It commemorates
former Secretary of State Cordell
Hull who in 1934 introduced the
Reciprocal Trades Agreements
Program, designed to expand this
country's trade With other nations
by the reciprocal reduction of high
tariffs and other barriers.
Previous recipients of the award
are Sen. Albert Gore (D-Tenn.)
and Paul G. Hoffman, former ad administrator
ministrator administrator of the Economic Co Cooperation
operation Cooperation Administration.
SILENCE IS GOLDEN
TAZEWELL, Tenri. (UP) Cleo
Young,. 30, told Judge V. u. Hut
son he couldn't Day a $500 fine be
cause it would deprive him of
money and "I just can't do with
out whisky." "Let'j see now you
do without it now," replied the
judge, adding a 60-day jail term to
the aentence.
1955 Ford, 4-door, Radio,
3 Tone, 6 Cyl., FDM.
$1,450.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7018
1951 Dodge, 4-door.
$395.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1952 Oldsmobile "98"
4-door, Radio.
$795.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7010
1953 Pontiac, 2-door,
Radio. $895.00
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1952 Cadillac, Convertible,
White Tires.
$1,150.00.
? COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1955 Pontiac, 4-door,
2 Tone, V8.
$1,450.00
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
V
1950 Chevrolet, Convertible,
Radio, PGlide.
$425.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-701B
1947 Humber, 4-door.
$250 :eo.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7018.
1953 Lincoln, 4-door,
Radio, t Tone. WJS.W.
S975J8.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-7918
1958 Lincoln, 2-door,
Radio. S358.M.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-1819

Apartments

ATTINTION. 0. I.I Just built
madam furnished e pertinents, I,
2 bedrooms, bat. cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apart-mant
mant apart-mant with extra large living and
dining room, terraces, modern
closets, maid's quarters, hot wat water,
er, water, all screenned in "Nueve
Campo Alagre". close to 50th
street. Phona 3-3273, Panama.
FOR RENTt-ieautifully all fur furnished
nished furnished apartmant in Bella Vista,
Ave. Mexico, 60 near 43 rd St,
Phona 3-0553.
FOR RENT,: Two one-bedroom
apartments, furnished. In cool
quiet location. Near Hotel Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. For GI's or bachelor. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable rent. Call Gamboa 462.
FOR RENT; Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment one bedroom. Another one
two bedroom unfurnished. "El
Sol", building. Tel 3-7658.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, stove, refrigerator. 43 rd
street No. 64, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
livingroom, dining room, large
porch, Venetian blinds, garaqe,
linen, China glassware. Exclu Exclusive
sive Exclusive residents! section. Bella
Vista. Telephone Balbea 1448.
Dag Hammarskjold
Starts Conference
With Israeli Heads
JERUSALEM. Israel (UP)- A
noncommittal Dag Hammarskjold
began talks today with Israeli
leaders on the latest border flare flare-up
up flare-up with Jordan. A Jordanian
b.ockade of Mount Scopus ap appeared
peared appeared to be the outstanding issue.
The U,N. Secretary General
talked for two days with King
Hussein of Jordan, Premier Ibra Ibrahim
him Ibrahim Hashim and Foreign Minister
Samir Rifai Sunday and Monday
but a joint communique gave no
indication of major progress in the
latest Mideast troub'ei
The communique said the Jor Jordan
dan Jordan government wished, to .main
tain fullest cooperation with the
U.N. Truce Supervision Organiza Organization
tion Organization but it left unanswered the
question whether Hammarskjold
had bowed to a Jordan demand
he oust truce supervisor Byron
Leary, a U.S. Marine colonel, on
charge he was "partial" to Israel.
The communique said the dis discussions
cussions discussions also covered the diffi difficulties
culties difficulties recently arisen in respect
to the Israeli convoy to Mount
Scopus but it added that with
the Jordanian views clarified
Hammarskjold will not undertake
further steps intended to resolve
the problem.
The Mount Scopus problem
boiled down to this: the armistice
agreement permitted Israel to
supply and maintain an enclave
in the Jordan sector of Jerusalem
and convoys have proceeded to
the area twice weekly without
irouDie.
Last week Jordan hailed a con convoy
voy convoy on the grounds that it was
carrying prohibited gasoline. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan said the gasoline was intend intended
ed intended for machinery to be used in
iortitymg the enclave within Jor
dan territory. Israel flatly denied
Ius anu insisted on tne ngnt to
go through.
Israeli sources said Israel
would insist on this view in the
talks today between H a m m a r-
skjold and Prime Minister David
Ben-Gurion and Foreign Minister
Golda Meir. Israel also has re resisted
sisted resisted a Jordanian demand that
Hammarskjold visit the Mount
Scopus area to see for himself if
the area is being fortified.
Gl Turns Down Role
In Movie; Won't
Play Red On Screen
NUERNBERG. Germany (UP)
An American G. I. stationed withn
the 3rd Army Cavalry here has
refused a movie role because he
would have been portraying a
communist partisan.
Pfc. John J. McCullough 26, o'
Phi'adelphia, Pa., turned down a
leading part in the Universal-International
film of the Erich Re Remarque
marque Remarque novel "A Time to Love
and A Time to Die."
The soldier would have played
a Russian partisan who kil's, a
German soldier, played by- star
John Gavin.
McCullough would have receive
a suzeab'e salary over his G. I.
pay, extended leav and a potent potent-ia1
ia1 potent-ia1 Hollywood career.
"t have ray reputation to think
o'," McCullough told director Dou Douglas
glas Douglas Kirk.
"It's a good offer for somebody
else. I wouldn't be a Communist
on the screen anv more than I
would off." he added. 1
"If my buddies found out I'd
gone soft and become an actor
I'd never live it down. Besides,
I don't like artin? anv more than
the politics of the part," he said.'
'. man to be a teacher, ne
added.
aeCu lough, son of retired Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia policeman William Mc McCullough,
Cullough, McCullough, is fluent in Latin and
Greek. He plans to teach these
languages at a prep college for
pnesta near his home town when
discharged.

LEAVE VOUa AD WITH ON IS Ot OKI AOBNTt OB UUI OKriCRS AT II-J1 "H" UTRKET, PANAMA URHtRlA PKJCCIAnV Street No. 1 O AOENCIAfc
INTERNAL Or PUBI,.'CACIONt:-No a Letter Pleat CA8A ZALDO Central Ave. 45 O LOURDK8 PHARMACY 182 Lu ei.isqullle O rHKMACL LOM LOMBARDS
BARDS LOMBARDS N Z -W Street MORRISON 4th et inly Ave A J SI LEWIS SF.HVlCfc Ave Tlvoll No PARMACI1 rXlADOS L'NIUOS MA Cenbiil Ave
PARMACIA Ll'X IM Ontrei Avenue 0 HOUKFHOLO 'EXCHANGE J Pe de Is Osse Ave. No 41 fOTO DOMV Junto AroiMi Ave unit SII St FARMACIA
VAN-DRR-JIS Si Street Ne S3 FARMACLA RL BATfJRRO Peion Lrfrrr 1 Street -PARMACIA "SAS" Vie Porr 111 MOVED AT rg ATMIS Buldi
the Bella Vlate Thee Ire COLON: Central Avenue 12.I6S Tel 432 : ''' 1 ''

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1947 Chrysler in
good condition. $250.00 or best
otter. Tivoli Guest House. Room
360.
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. Set..
Mertchaca. 1 ',
FOR SALE: Commercial Willys
Jeep 1953, in perfect mechanical
conditions. $700. Can be seen
at Cantera Los Andes, carretera
Transistmica 1 km. after IFE
Silos. ..
FOR SALE: Chevrolet station
wagon 1954, wradio, new tires,
excellent condition $1050. Call
Navy 3519.
FOR SALE
Buick Sedan, 1950, property of
Alfred L. Castine, deceased, car
may be inspected in the parking
lot outside Civil Affairs Building,
(old airport terminal), Ancon,
Canal Zone. Keys in possesion of
Mr. Dalton, Civil Aeronautics
Office. It is not duty paid.
Bids will be accepted by mail by
the undersigned administrator
through Decemb'er 6, 1957 at
the below address.
Terms cash. Sale to be confirmed
by United States District Court.
W. I. Sheridan. Jr.,
Administrator,
Post Office Box No. 98
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Sunbeam Rapier 2
door, 5 passenger, sport car,
12,000 miles. 1956 'model, per perfect
fect perfect condition and all extra.
Available fitted. Ask Mr. Skild Skild-sen,
sen, Skild-sen, Colon Motors. Tel. 2-1669.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Custom
2 door. $325. Good transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Phone Curundii 2248 or
Qtrs. 2230.
NIKON
Cameras
at
9 l.l.ltllM
(Across Banco Nacional)
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM ftlDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar T.tle Ina. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-05S3
LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
$190.00
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
VtY Iff
IN MONTY'S JOB?- n
Mourtbatten of Burma, above,
is a prime choice to succeed
Field Marshal Viscount Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery as deputy supreme com commander
mander commander of allied forces in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. Viscount Montgomery will
retire within a year. Mount Mount-batten
batten Mount-batten is a cousin of the Queen
and uncle of Prince Philip.

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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: 1 set book "Trails
For Children," 8 volumes. Like
new. $25.00. Phone Balboa
3126.
FOR SALE: Horses. Panama
Riding School, Chiva Chiva trail,
C. Z. Phone Ft. Clayton 2282.
FOR SALE; Master craftmen
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. Nacionaf (Auto Row).
FOR SALE: Automatic Bendix
washing machine $ 1 00.00.
Phone Albrook 6232.
FOR SALE:- Save money! Buy
Clayce building blocks. 4,,x12"
xl2", They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco & Alfareria. S.
A., Via Espafta No. 37-40.
Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: A Colombian tur tur-pial
pial tur-pial (Bugle bird). Whistles all
kinds of tunes, Brasilian Canaries
birds, good singers. Third orange
house before Los Angeles Garage.
1019 Via Espaffa.
FOR SALE: Electric train.
9 gauges: 2 locomotives, 12 cars,
42 pieces track, 25-60 cy. trans transformer,
former, transformer, lights, board complete.
Tel. 2-3139.
FOR SALE: Ladies McGregor
golf clubs. 3 woods, 8 irons.
Never used. $100. 2-3498 of office,
fice, office, 2-2752 home.
STUDENTS SENTENCED
WARSAW, Poland (UP) Six stu students
dents students and a young worker have
been given jail sentences of from
one to three years for their part
in street demonstrations last Oc October,
tober, October, it was announced today.
The seven were accused of throw throwing
ing throwing stones and bricks and using
tear gas against police during the
disturbance: (

Ike To Seek Free Hand
To Give Allies A-Dafa

WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (UP)
Administration officials told con
gressional leaders today that Pres
ident Eisenhower would ask Con
gress next month for a free hand
in sharing atomic information with
U.S. allies.
The proposal is tied in with the
plan which the United States will
lay before the NATO council in
Paris to step up Allied scientific
and technical cooperation in view
of Russia s space-age challenge.
The plan to be outlined at Paris
was said to call for establishment
of U.S. intermediate missiles bases
in Europe, creation of atomic
weapons stockpiles under NATO
control and closer political cooper
ation among the Western allies.
The President will not ask au
thority to give these nations U.S.
nuclear weapons. But he, will seek
an amendment of (he Atomic En
ergy Act to remove restrictions on
his- power to share information
about the weapons.
Outlined By Dulles
The proposal was outlined at the
White House legislative conference
by Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles and Chairman Lewis L.
Strauss of the Atomic Energy
Commission.
Adlai E. Stevenson, the admin administration's
istration's administration's special adviser for the
PLAN MOSCOW VISIT
CAIRO- (UP) The Egyptian
cabinet last night approved
formation nf a 17 man delegation
headed hy Industry Minister Aziz
Sidki to leave for Moscow in the
next few days to discuss Russia's
loan to this country. A spokesman
said the cabinet also approved
plans whereby Egypt's five-yeari
industrialization plan for which
the Russian ard was mainly de designed
signed designed will be completed in instead
stead instead in three years.
WALKER'S FINISHED WALKING
MILTON, Fla. (UP) W. A. Sim-I
mons, retiring after more than 3Z
years as a mail carrier with the
Post Office department, revealec'
that his first name is Walker.

CHRISTMAS RECORDS
33113 RPM
Also Classical, Popular, Jazz
New Shipment
A GENCIAS DIAZ
37th St. Noi 6-A ;
. OPEN DAILT UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK KITES

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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 2 hp. outboard
motor and 12 foot boat. Boat
need paint. Job $75.00. Call
87-3105. 1
FOR SALE: 15' Sea Babe 2
motor and Controles with trailer
$950.00. Call Cristobal 2420.
FOR SALE: Strong out board
boat 16" motor all equipment,
large office safe and shark hooks.
House 75 Vista Hermosa 89th.
Street.
WANTED TO
coat. For man 5'
lbs. Call 3-2720
BUY: Winter
10" tall 185
Panama.
WANTED:
Kobbc 6167.
Youth bed. Ft.-
Smog (overs Half
Of Enpland, Delays
Cars, Trains, Ships
LONDON, Dec. 4 (UP)-London
smothered in smog again tody
and reports from the Air Minis
try showed a great blanket of
fog and smog was covering half
the country.
Visibility ranged from nil to a
maximum of 50 yards in a clam clammy
my clammy fog belt covering all south southern
ern southern Enzland and south Wales.
Temperatures dropped below
freezlner point, and the Roval
Automobile Club warned motor motorists
ists motorists that driving condition."
would continue dangerous
throughout the day.
This morning thousands of
drivers were tramping back to
recover cars abandoned in the
great blackout caused by last
mem's fog.
Rail services were running late.
and shipping in the Thames was
delayed... a
Dec. 16-18 NATO meeting, said
they discussed new laws that may
be necessary to implement "cer "certain
tain "certain proposals that the adminis administration
tration administration intends t present in Par Paris."
is." Paris." The secrecy provisions of the'
atomic energy law were enacted
in 1946 when the United States
enjoyed an atomic monopoly. Rus Russia
sia Russia now has closed the gap in
this field and has forged ahead
in missiles and satellites.
In his State of the Union Mes Message
sage Message to Congress next month, the
President will request the same
unqualified authority to share nu nuclear
clear nuclear information that the already
possesses in other weapons fields.
Release Weapons Information
He also will seek permission to
release to the American people
weapons information which Russia
is assumed to possess, it was
learned.
High administration sources pre
dicted that Congress would go
along with the plan although it is
more sweeping in some ways than
many observers had expected.
The atomic act prevents an in
terchange of information, on de design,
sign, design, manufacture and composi
tion of nuclear weapons. This re
striction has kept British and U.S.
atomic scientists from pooling
their discoveries. Some authorities
believe this has retarded projects
in both countries.
WHO'S ON FIRST?
GETTYSBURG. Pi. (UP)-Pres-flential
Press Sefretary James
Z. Hagerty told the big city re-
oorters the Presiiitnt went out
Sunday to look at four sides of
beof. It wen something like this:
Q. What's four sections of feef?
Hagerty Those are sections c
jbeef that have been slaughtered
inn hung up tor loon. J
Q. Four quarters?
Hagerty Q'la-'','.. sections I
lon't. know. lama city hoy.
O. What did ne do. take four
ind have, them slai ghterede
.Hagerty Half a steer I dont
-nakes one.
Hagerty Half a steer I don't
mow maybe.
.Four sides?
Hagerty Side all rights j.

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Only two Spex
washing machines 25 cycles,
Priced right. Tropelco 45th St.
and Via Espafia.
FOR RENT: 4 'burner gas range
with oven. 4 ft. Serve! gas refri refrigerator;
gerator; refrigerator; Cheap. Call 1-5190 Pa
nama.
FOR SALE: Mahogany chef chef-fonier
fonier chef-fonier with mirror, wicker chair,
armchair with reclining back.'
Bargain. Tel. 3-0617.
FOR SALE: Peruvian leather-"
topped tables. 2 end tables $ 1 5,
each. 1 coffee table $25, 1 Sofa-bed
$25. 1 502-A Gavilan
Road, Tel. 2-1291.
FOR SALE: Metal library table
$5.00. Fish tanks and equipment
all for $5.00. Flower pot stand
$2.00. House 2355-B.
FOR SALE: Double bed (coil
spring) $50. Full size Roper gat
stove $50. Roll-away Apex
Automatic Dishwasher like new
excellent Xmas present, $80.
Venetian blinds aluminum, large,
set of seven $90. Other articles.
Panama 3-2735.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1954 Cushman
Eagle motor tcrooter, rear seat,
aluminum sidesaddles, excellent
condition. $175.00. Tel 86 86-7142.
7142. 86-7142. Albrook. Qtrs. I24-B.
GIFT FROM GRINGUITA
cash gift to a needy family in
by selling dolls, dressed In the

SWjWlljlill
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MOBILE 1AWN FURNITURERecently unveiled in Turin, Italy, Is this Fiat "Joriy" sports
car in which doors apd roof have been discarded, and traditional seats replaced by wicker wicker-work.
work. wicker-work. The car was designed by Turin designer "Ghia" for, hunting and--picnie trip? and, "ac-i
cording to the posters behind it, also for yachting and golfing. Styled somewhat like a stream streamlined
lined streamlined Jeep, the vehicle features "Americanized" headlights. '

ATOMIC APPLES?-A normal apple, left, h contrasted .with two deformed ones from an
orchard in Hutchinson, Kansas. Orchardist Earl -Stoughton reports that the fruit from all the
trees bore some irregularity in shape this year, and one tree produced apples which ranged from
twins to Quadruplets on one stem.' It's the first time in his 30 years at the orchard that anything
like it has happened, says Stoughton, and he suspects that "fall-out" from atomic bomb tests
may have something to do with it. -

; Becton, Dickinson Co. S. A.; Fret
Zone Branch U. S. Manufactur Manufacturing
ing Manufacturing Firm, establishing operations
in the Colon Free. lone has im immediate
mediate immediate employment openings
' ior he following positions. Chief
accountant, executive secretary,
export documentation c I e r k.
Persons applying for these posi positions
tions positions should be between the ages
ot 20 ajid 40 and have perfect
knoledge of English and Spanish.
Applicants for, these, positions
must submit g', detailed resume
of their working experience and
past position to P.O. Box 11 73,
Colon, Experience In these posi-
tions is desirable' but will not 1
necessarily be a Pro-Requisite
for employment.
Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX I2U CRISTOBAL. C X
SERVICES
3 -minute car wash $1, steam,
cleaning ot motor $5. waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bano. Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
FREE .PICK UP AND DELI DELIVERY:
VERY: DELIVERY: on TV -l Hi-Fi
Radio and Phonographs. Same Same-day'
day' Same-day' service if call -it received
by 7:00 p.m. We have transistor
for 1957 and 58 automobile ra radios.
dios. radios. Phone: Panama;; 3-7607
U. S. Television.

Margaret "Gringuita" Kreger of gamboa raakesSi Christmas
Juan Diaz. Mrs.- Kreger makes money for her charitable wori
national costume- of Panama, the oollera. l ...

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Real Estate
House for sale, en Via EspaAa and
50 street Bella Vista; suitable for
residence or business, for more
informations call Tel, 2-2854
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.V
Florida's finest: TrailerSites
beautifully wooden 80 by
100 feet. Payable $20 Cash and
$20 monthly. Famous-' Panama
City Gulf Resort Area. Excellent
hunting, fishing,1 ell sports. Alse)
Lovely Wooden Homesites low
prices, easy terms, Booklet FREE.
David Wood, Fountains,; Florida.
FOR SALE Home in Santa Cla Clara,
ra, Clara, 2 bedrooms,' completely fur furnished
nished furnished en 1,000 MJ lot. Full
price $3,500.00. Cucalon fir Co.
Phone 3-3330.. V
FOR SALE: Chalet on Uruguay
St. 3 bed-rooms, 2 air-conditioned
$24,830,00. Has a $7,000.00
mortgage. Cucalon fir Co. Phone
3-3330.
FOR SALE; Apartment buil building
ding building with four 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment on 52st. $37,000.00. Cu Cucalon
calon Cucalon & Co. Phone 3-3330.
FOR SALE: Lot in Golf Heights
2.042M2 Cucalon b Co. Phono
3-3330.'
FOR SALE: bud to trip, 2 story
concrete; house, 3 hectares. For
information see Paul Lucehini,
Second street No. 5010. Phone
149 Colon.



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Ike Bounies Back Faster

Thnrmoctors Predicted

WASHINGTON Dec. 4 (UP,'Pr4,ld.n, Eis.hw.r'. r.cov.r, fr.m c.r.br.Wtt.ck W..r.d ,od
""h" 2 m..tin8 ft. HuS. .nd Sen... I.xd.r, r .dminir..i.n p,,n.
Jlor the next Congress. id6, wa, p.ct.d to .it on .11 ol th.

These meet,n8s u.u.j "'" i of hi, d.v t0 ,h. tedious l.gisiMiv. d.sous..ons.

But he was expected to o.-oi. ... ., Crttv,bur. p. to, Ions week

Little League

sions

Adlai, Dulles
Blush
Together

viCe president R'chard M.
Nixon and Styles Bridges (N.H.J.
crmirman.of the Senate GOP
policy committee, were 10 to
miniites late in arriving at the
i?.,:!!1 fnr this morning's

region" The; presumably were

delayebjraJisisj;
Sen. Smathers Due
Here Next Week
On Trade Mission

Fla ) 'eft Miami today for a two
w-Pk visit in Mexico artf Panama
where he will study trade r e 1 a-
yn5: :.u tw TTniteH States. hlS

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0!Tice aiiiiuuu.. .,,.,1,.
Smathers was asked to make

th" trio bv the senate imw.
nd Foreign Commerce Commit Committer
ter Committer wbich has begun a study of
s..-'vS to intensi'y tre r.n Lat Latin
in Latin America.
Panamanian Ambassador Ricar Ricar-rto
rto Ricar-rto M Arias said he expects
SmathT? to arrive in Panama
Dec 11 He 'ec'"ed that the Sen Sen-Ptor'
Ptor' Sen-Ptor' has visited his country be before
fore before and is wel" acouainted with
high government officials who
can assist him in obtaining data
io th study.
I" time permits, Smathers mav

fl'cn y 'K"""ror "in reri'.
so'e'"mp'!, of his nff'ce here said
that. the,P"nJ.or way have, to re return
turn return to Florida before Conrress
meets on Jan. 3.

Weather Or Not

" -This weather report for the
,J4 hours endlns 8 a.m. today.
Ir ttretwd b the Meteorolo Meteorolo-''fical
''fical Meteorolo-''fical nd HydroRraphlc
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:
"Iboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE :

by the season's first" big snow snowfall
fall snowfall '
Democrats who attended yes-

torrfav'a briefing compiainea

Hieh

Low

87
76

HUMIDITY :
High ....
Low

93
66
N-13
.02

WIND:
(max. mph)
PAIN (--'?)

WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81
ni THURSDAY, DEC. 5

85
80
92
78

NE-7.2
.06

82

Hisli
1:57 a.m.
8:S9 p.m.

Low
8:29 a.m.
8:43 p.m.

Ministration still is

not showing the sense of urgen urgen-...
... urgen-... froch iHeaa needed w

meet the Russian threat.

Their compiainis wero w
despite administration plans"-for

spending for misstles- and other

military pruuj.-

the President was expected to

concentrate on aeians ui u u u-mestic
mestic u-mestic legislative program ana
the huntret in Dal-

ance despite proposed increases

in military ana iuici6i
ii

President Eisenhower presided
at most of yesterday's fur-nor
. ..j f rtoTipp witn 31

Congressional leaders on deiense
aIVA, vesterday's

Jll tUC wuoW t

ed the president will submit .to
Congress next month a tight, but

balanced Di'agei ior mc x-.
year beginning next July 1.

They peiieve wunicijci
this budget tough to cut, and
that the President himself will
nroDOse some budget cuts aim-

cult ; for the Democrauc con

trolled congress w swrr.
The administration gave no
overall budget figure for next
vear at yesterday's peeting.

some i" vyj"s "1 j ,v

equal and some u

exceed the n 0',u,,.u
spending estimate for the cur current
rent current fiscal year.

1.11. ix, voom known

Meanwiuic -.
that Adlal E. Stevenson does not

fully support aa"'miy.""r,"
li-. f, th North Atlantic

Treaty Organization (NATO)

"siimmlf coniereuce i"
. ix-. ntsven son said

. r.oic ortmtnlstratlon

loaay ne -v---- ...
proposals do-face to 'teenlU-

tarv cnaiieiiue M"u
snace satellites. But he appar-

entlv iecjw uic"
lv emphasize the need for meet-

Ing Soviet econonm; i
for bettei Western political .co

ordination.
t initci odmlnlstra

Hon bipartisan Dlannine for the

rec. 16 NATO meewn i.
v, "will not p'-

tend" 'iJMes. "compel''n"
ariso t.n change nis

Ul'tllllV.3
mind.

... ii t,- n,ithnnf BllthorltV

and necepHlv identif'ert with
decisions I might rot, rtrwjf;
rrree v,)ti co"!d not p"bllciv
" hp said in p formal

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by to inhibit or rmsieaa my

friends here or aproaa.

He adaea mere were umci

ences between nu views u

those of the aaminisirawun uh

proposals to be presented to
MA-rn mpAt.lncr although he a-

greed with "most of them."

Associates saia otevensun
no specific "compelling develop develop-is"
is" develop-is" in mind that would cause

him to change his mind.

They saia ne simpiy hju6"-
ix tn clam the door com-

lli Ullniai. w oil"- (
pletely although ht now sees no
real chance he will reverse him

self.

statement.

RELEASE

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SHOULD THERE BE FORGIVENESS FOR A
WIFE WHO STRAYS?

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PARKER TRAVERS v
GEOR6E JEAN PIERRE
SANDERS AUMONT
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Four Ships Collide,

Aimlanes Stalled
In Fog Over England
LONDON, Dec. 4 (UP) Dense
fog smothered most of England
today snarling all forms of trai-
.diiciniT spvprni shin colli

sions and generally making life
miserable for travelers.

There was utile prospect oi n n-ii4finr
ii4finr n-ii4finr hafnrs it afternoon.

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The Bntisn taner veieun
the French tug Minotaur col collided
lided collided in the fog-bound English

Channel. Tne verena was onw
.lU1,tl rfamaflftd hllf. theri W&S

no immediate report on the tug.

Two British trawlers, the 145-

toil xxixxxuy miu
Beediner werfr slightly -damagea

when they coinaea in wwck

in the Norm isea near me oiup oiup-wash
wash oiup-wash Light. .M
Flights to and from London
were completely stalled. None
had come in or out of London
since 7 a.m.

UTUtln fiinna in shivering Un-

TV 1111& DUlupw J ,
. ..iHart nnlrl wflVR. ICClanO

has been enjoying a virtual heat

wave during me pasu ie uaj-

The thermometer on some
J. -orrlctorcrf RO HeCreeS Of

Fahrenheit and more cn the is

lands East coast ana at piac
less than 100. miles below the
Arctic Circle.

KISHI TO VISIT MANILA
M ANITA 'UP) President Car-

ic p Oarria aid todav he and

Japanese Prime Minister Nobusu Nobusu-ke
ke Nobusu-ke Ki.-hi will discuss "points of

eonflict" between tnerr couniries
during a two-day visit by, KisM
Dec. 6-7. Garcia said he also will
take up "with an open mind the

subiect of Janan s Asian uevewV uevewV-ment
ment uevewV-ment Fund. The fund is planned
i v.o fmanrpd hv the United

States, Japan and other countries

to provide 'oans ana ouicr iviuw
of assistance to under-developed
countries in Asia.

""WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (UP)
w-The story was heard in Re Republican
publican Republican circles today about
how Adlal Stevenson blushed.
And bow Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles did too.
ox....n.r.Ti fh twice defeated

rv.nn..XIn TlrafiiHpnMal nOmt-

nee, was present as Democratic

adviser on Atlantic rati v".
i.rn. rfuHnir nnrt, 'of President

wiB.nhnwpr's conference witn

WllKlCfliiiw"i
n.Hin. x. tup nop story.

Auitvxux.ig ,"".T4.r v

Dulles was speaiung wimi ""'j"1-

sis OX tne unporianuc ui kj.k,
xi.. .ith iiraat. Britain.

li:o wxi44 ,
T.m,Villnsn nsked what tne

Jl iVCXllXi.
ffr. would be if the Labor

n..x itnmiH t.n nower in Brit

ain. He mentionea Aneunu pc-
.ntmindve f .nhor Party for-

sign minister who has sharply
th nnlt.ed states in

the Cold war wnn uasx.

Dullea waa said to have re replied
plied replied that foreign poUcy-mak-tag
taYOlve takinr risks. Ob Ob-viously
viously Ob-viously referring to BeTan, ne
said political leaders iometimes
make wUd atatements when
i . .v, X a nnvar.

rnnirressional heads turned

x' I fltin.ninn ftTl 4' hOS

tK? .ix, k mtnlstratlOTl f Ot-

UxB liXXWV x 4v
eign policy before he accepted

his advisory jod.

t...-ViX. mrMH CrOM the

room while, embarrassed flushes

spread across tne races oi sw sw-enson
enson sw-enson and Dulles. ...

Kubitschek Will
Dedicate Brazil's
A-Reactor Jan. 31
RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 3 (UP)

President Jiiscelino Kubitschek
said today he would dedicate
Brazil's first atomic electric power

reactor next Jan. ai, on me seconu

anniversary of lus taking omce.

Kubitschelc told a news conffef-

etice that Brazil had bought from
Britain several small atomic elec electric
tric electric power plants to be installed
in parts of the country now suffer suffering
ing suffering from power shortages.
The atomic installations are in intended
tended intended to double Brazil's power
capacity now totaling 1,000,000 kilo kilowatts,
watts, kilowatts, the President said.

Boys 10, Girls 8

Tsn hnv nnrt filch clrls were

born at Oorgas Hospital during

Mondav. accord inar to the reeu

la Vinonal rpnnrt. riurlnff

same period, 173 patients were

aamittea ana ibi were uisnmis

The names and addresses of
the parents of. the boy babies

follow: Mr. ana Mrs, j. n.. om-
fon Af nomhna. Sf and Mrs. W

H. Cunningham Jr., of Ft. Clay

ton: arc ana Mrs. u w,

of Diablo Terrace; Sp3 and Mrs

t jh pninns nr Kn.nn.ma uity,

MIT and Mrs. H. L. Duncan, of

Panama City: Mr. and Mrs. D. L.
iT,,K.. r. rnninrtii Ret. ana

Mrs. J. P. Quinn of Anpon; Sps

ana Mrs. n.. j. ,.wubuii, oi i-ana-ma
City; Mr. and Mrs. F- E. Per Per-ra,
ra, Per-ra, of Balboa; and Pfc and Mrs
tii-iihoxh nf Ponftmn HitV.

i. 1 I'll UuiwnuiM .

Owl babies were Dorn to ui

frtllnwinfl" Mr. and Mrs. c. a.

T vnp of Oamboar Lt. Col. and

Mrs. L. A. Ahr, of Fort Clayton,

Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Terry, or un

coil; Mr. ana Mrs. r m. uroimm
n Darfrn Miinipi- tit and Mrs.

J. R. John Jr., of Fort Clayton.

A2c and Mrs. t. l. uuiver, ui
sintnn ntv aSct. and Mrs. R.

L. Brown, of Albrook; and Lt

Cmdr. and Mrs. a. h. v;ari.ci, ui
Farfan.

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LAW AND DrSORDEREddie LeBaron gets no coor';yan i from his 2-yeaf-oid'ioiv
Wayne,1 as the little Washington Redskin quarterback .tries to cram some studying while
the ihissus prepares dinner at their Alexandria, Va., home t Professional football's leading :
passer is I4king a night law course at George Washington University, Say it sharpensplay.!

French Press Shames Britain, Holds

Young Lovers Have Right To Marry

Scotland. Dec. 4

TT-nv tv. valiant JYench press

lux x xo ,
. l .n..,oira today to a

lent niuim w'-J "if-..
shipping heiress d a nnlless

man-aDout-wwn l iJ"
to get married in Scotland de de-soite
soite de-soite legal obstacles thrown up

by tne Kiri t" a r.niil

The lovers no u
Tessa Kennedy, heiress u WP-

nent VSVSSSSZ

York, iney

noiaing nauw --i 71 j. in
termlned to marry and llve .tn

the Unltea &wt.

Th!- P"gfcr,.f twini Pa

tention J x -r-'x ",v,irh

ris new5pii mvi

usually devotes '"".S;
it threw Its moral weight souqiy
U inrew i COUDie by

blastmg me .eB-r--- ntors

You IOTgixsn .x -r v-.

and nerew rombat

410

n-rrA o "Rut nur wav are as

surediy more favorable to love.

"You aeienaers 01 maiviauai
liberty, what have you done

when faced with this case of

youthful though not lniantne
inva9 vnn ha vp hrandished the

fhnnrfpr nf t.hp nnlirp. alerted the

consulates of Europe and de

manded mat one aeuver 10 you,
with hands and feet bound, two

WW. nVn havp rpftcnpfi tne aee

of reason and whom you have

perhaps pushed to extreme re

volt.

"For shame,"
rnmhat wnnnrt tin lu sarcastlr

editorial by saying that severa:
fin .-rftmnipji exist to encouragr

th. Msnit nf RIwph and Mis;

Kennedy "m king who became

the Duke or winascr ana a pnn
cess, Margaret, aolitary forever.'

Th tmiiniPK oil leasa mil

rmminiK ivian l&iit week when

wiiimii. O ;
they disappeared and Tessa's
uuni, mmVmA that hp be made

a ward of the court to prevent

her marrying Eiwes.
m. tm fiprf tn Scotland and

w..n hiiiino mi t here. Tne

1144 4 C lUUMift

court s ruling aoea not exvenu

across tne ooraer.

Real Toys

BBTCTftT. TTn aland- Dec. 4 (UP)

-Bristol's childreB can play bus
conductor with real bell-punchers
..j w.x ),:. vpr thanki to a

U4 4U4l 1" ,
bright facial at. the Municipal

Bus Company. r
rt,. 4fin,n phanepd to auto

matic ticket machine" recently am
the official tvggested,. "Let'i ell

Tom Oglesby In NY
For Key Conference
Vilh Power Execs

v. neleshv. vice presi

dent and general manager oi

UOmpania raimurexm. vio x
v Luz is in New York City attend attending
ing attending the annual chief executive
conference sponsored by the Amer American
ican American and Foreign Power Company

Incorporated for Key omciais irum
ho aeanriated electric utility com

panies in 11 Latin American

countries.
:- TM. rntifprPno Will flreW tOD

level management from Argentina,

Brazil, cone, uoiomoia, usi ivi ivi-ca,'
ca,' ivi-ca,' Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala,
mvIa Panimi and Venezuela.

The purpose of this imporant

conference which will last three
J.,r. Knflinnintf tndflV tfl eX-

change ideas and discuss manuel
problems at all company levels
encounteled in the far flung as associated
sociated associated operating Installation of
the power company.
Henry B. Sargent, president of
the American and Foreign Power
Company will open the conference

with a keynote aaurcss.
Visiting company officials will
devote -the three days to a long
list of important and timely sub subjects
jects subjects ranging from economic de

velopment Wltnin Uie tuunuica
served to financing, long range
i.n;Mrt nnH natml discussion of

4iiaiuiiii& buu
rates, employe relations, manage

ment ana engineering piuoema.
American and Foreign, the sec second
ond second largest private investor in
Latin America, currently has. un

derway a $500,000,000 expansion

program to meet me growing
needs for electricity imposed by

a tremendous increase in popula population
tion population within the countries served.
Sentence Reduced

For CI Killer
Of Korean Boy
WASHINGTON (UP) A court court-martial
martial court-martial sentence of nine months
in prison -and a bad conduct dis discharge
charge discharge for an Indiana soldier who
shot a Korean youth has been re reduced,
duced, reduced, a spokesman for Rep.
Cecil Harden (R-Ind.) reported
IvfAnrlnv

The aide said the Army in

formed her Raymond Bailey of
Brownburg, Ind., would have to
serve onlv six months and the

status of his discharge will be de decided
cided decided after his term is over. With
anhit Vtthsvinr thp snnltpsman

said, Bailey can be free in four
months and discharged without
the bad conduct blot on his rec-

VI u. .
' Bailey was convicted by court

martial of negligent nomicwe in
shooting a 15-year-old Korean boy.
He was on guard duty at the time.

8-Year-Old Girl

Gives Birth
To Daughter

T.TMA Pprn HTPi An fivpar-

old Peruvian girl gave birth to a
six-pound daughter in the city hos hospital
pital hospital here Monday,
; The mother i$ Hilda Truji'Io.
Doctors said the birth was. com completely
pletely completely norma 1 'and that both
mother and baby are doing well.;
A stcousiri of Hilda, 21-year-old
Teodord Camilla Martel, is un under
der under arrest as the alleged father.

cami la Martei uvea in tne

same room with Hilda and her
parents, j peasants who came to
Lima in search of work two years

ago. . is

. The case- reca'led that of an another
other another Peruvian giri, Lina Media,
who. was, 6V4 years old when she
gave' birth -to a son in 1939,;

Marine Acquitted
Of Striking! Men
In Navy Brig r
YOKOSUKA. Jaoanv Dec. a if UP)

A U.S., court martial .today ac

quitted Marine Pfc: Owen J.Booth
nf Etrilrfn and ffinHtitf spvprsl

prisoner at the US. Navy brig in
Sasebo. - f J p.
Booth,' 22,'bf Scraiitbri, Pa,,', was
one of 16 Marine .guards f at the

prison charged witn .maltreatment
of U.S. servicemen inmates;

WELL :THEY WERE! v
TOKYO (UPr-T6kyo University
students were, up in; arms today
after learning the "bot dogs'V they
ate at the University's annual fes festival
tival festival were iust thai-made ..with
d-nund tine meat from strav ca

nines found on the campus.

4'

First Snowfall

Left Four Inches

In New York Gity

season's first; snowfall today left

up to four Inches of snow in tlx

mettopoUti!:fyej0rk( area.

niiA I. 44At.' niKritiv' .-.mWm' i.-..

X UC Q14UT,- TT14XV.1 .RlC&fUl.
midnight, was expected to end by

iiiiix-ua,T aiivvimug. ,xu uio p
Weather .Bureau,! V ;-.. ; --

: jMUie luau mice iJiaics leu in
Manhattan, while Staten ,Island re recorded
corded recorded four!, tochesAcctimulations
of mnr than fnnr inehes'alsrt were

reportec v in.-rivewarBT,.:':4nw.V' ana

sections1 of Westchester, v jew

xors uouniy., r.

Soviet Jet-Liner
Visits Denmark

mvvjmAGKfi. Denmark. Dec

(UP) A Soviet TU104 jet air-
i : J 4.v. tiuliv 4n 41 ri a 1

liner irivvu ucc wu. v...
"light prior to its introduction on

the MOSCOW-Copennagen route oir

The new jets win replace me
current propeller driven Ilyishev

IXJ4 pianes

Hurricane Winds

Topple Million

Banana Trees
TEGUCIGALPA,' H o nrf,
xxiuv mt hurricane

force toppled warly on
banana tree in Amricin-owned
planution. near tHondux"

Labor Department officials lelt

for the scene to inpv
, .i..i an. were

reported to m. um. eF- rui"Vx ,.ovs"

Panuno plantation W.. -..n. A lodiy a tliO
t.i. R,;iV.d Co.. a Jubsidiary They went on sale loaay, a

the UniUd Fruit Co. outct-

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