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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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AN INDEPENDENT :T HBf, DAILY NEWSPAPER
CANADIAN WHISKY
eru
rnn RFSERVATIONS AND INFORMATION 1
''Liel the people know the truth and the country is safe9 Abraham Lincoln.
Call your travel ajent r Panama, i-0975 v
3rd FEAR
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1957
FTVI CENTS

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onipping uiu r
Check oh Canal's

'Representatives of the steanlship industry are.'now on the Isthmus to determine
whether the Cahat Company's price-tagging of its assets is" correct, and whether their
hort-hu expansion and improvement program will prove worthwhile, a,
',-'.: Robert tv Mayer, president' of the Pacific American Steamship Association, said
today 'that although their 'studies are still premature, generally the'1 PanCanal plan
Is "extremely. well considered and. very constructive." ; J''

He added that his group
Hv' is. complete. '
ttu
- 'The Canal should be

Atlantic-siders Can Inspect
Coco Solo Homes at Weekend

v Arrangements have been made
for residents or New umwum
" Margarita, and Oatun to inspect
w nvev th comineweeltend one ol
; -' arh tvne of .Quarters at Coco
cnr. nrhirh mill hp available ait-
en th transfer-of-the. housing
and other facilities at the Naval
Station to the Canal.
The house inspection will pe
i held all -day samraay ana luui
Vimirs anndav for those Atlantic
gldevresidents desiring to move
after the Coco Solo housing units
fcoa vwpn transferred to the
Panama Canal Company bv the
VUS Navy.
. The, units will be open from
;fl:30 a.m. until 4 pm Saturday,
and f :om 9 a.m. until 1pm. Sun-1
Two types of quarters will bf
open, a three -bedroom unit in
Quarters 250; and a two-bedroom
i apartment in Quarters 337.- ;
. Housing Division personnel
"A'MII aft' a 'CrllldfiS. ';' .''.
. Procedures for the housing as-1
gignments on tne Awaiiuc

after the 280 sew or auai wrs i
s ; CftiA hfnp"&vailable.were

Gov. W. E"" potterwth Civic
Employes Ranting 'to move
have been requested to complete
ouestionnaires indicating their
Vhnino nf tnwfn and tvnes Of

t nuarters at Coqo Solo. Margarita
knd Gatun. r
v i,, rrViaca rmpstlnnrialT'eR have al-

eadv been distributed ttnd- an-

punqle To Fpll ;
jAt Machete Pajty
For Pedro Miguel
."I It. Gov.-Hutth M. Arnold and
- lit. A. Ferguson, head of the Sup

ply ana ,mpiuye oct vive ouirau,

arev siatea w r swing me ijrsi
blade at the new Pedro Miguel
community's ilrst "machete"
' party at 10 ajn. this Saturday.
,Th rsidpnt.a of. Pedro Mieuel.

who formerly lived la La Boca.
have called the party in an er er-fort
fort er-fort to clear much underbrush
and Improve their surroundings
Wives and young women will
supply the food and the party
will continue until the men run
out of muscle powec. i
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: A HELICOPTER from the 5700th Air Base Group of Albrook
. "AFB air evacuated Nazaro White, a Panamanian citizen, from
-Culebra yesterday. The flight, requested through diplomatic
channels to Albrook's Rescue Coordination Center, arrived at
-Albrook at 2:40 p.m. with the patient, who was suffering from
'internal complications. He was immediately taken to Santo
'Tomas Hospital 4n Panamas Culebra is on the, Atlantic side
of the Isthmus near San Bias point. The H-19 aircraft v a
piloted by Capt Charles Du Pont, Capt. tDoctor)-John carter,
Albrook flight surgeon and TSgt. S. H. Seville, medical tech-
nician attended the patient on the flight.
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may suggest. some ;cnanges
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congratulated for thinking ahead as, they have to -1976,"

swers should be made by the end
of next week.
The transfer of the quarters
at Coco Solo will solve the pres
ent housing shortage on the At
lantic side and will permit t
much earlier transfer oC the New
Cristobal properties to the Re
public of Panama under. 1 terms
of the 1955 Treaty than was orl'
gmallv expected. ? ..
It is presently expected that
the Coco Solo quarters wilV be
sufficient to accommodate, all
employes now residing Hi, the
New Cristobal and Fort. Dp ipsi-
seps areas and to provide foW
better quarters for Atlantic side
famines how .occupying; bache
lortvoe housings
Quake Man To Sell
Charges Under Ice
in Antarctic lest K
MCMURDO.iAntarctic.' Tt 5
tUP ) A Boston Collee seis m olo-
pist to48& preoarad :. t llv tdthB
Soirth Pole to set -off f setics, of
expiapionsr that ,Mnva hr;nk Hie
continent
- The $Rek Daft Linehan ; of the
Boston college, observatory at
westoi;: Mass;;;" was scheduled to
leave -Ofleration Deep Frteze
headquarters here 1 o m o r ro w
aboard an Air Force Globem aster
transportlplane witn Deep Frqeze
commander Rear Adm. George J.
Dufek. I
, He will, attempt to measure the
ice shelf-.beneaththe U. S. South
Pole j station and to determine.
with i
the! help' of other seistno-
graphic: soundings tw other sc en
tists in the Antarctic, whether (the
area actually is a continent!' or
a series of mountain ranges Sep Separated
arated Separated by area below sea Mvel.
Father i Linehan will explode
15-pound charges 30 feet bellow the
surface and record, their impulses
through the estimated 5,000 foot
ice shelf, n
; "This experiment may slruik
the i continent," Dufek told iews iews-men,
men, iews-men, 'Gradually wa will fini out
the contours of the. earth inder
the ice sheet. It is important to
the scientific world also to know
the ice content on the wrld's
Surface.?

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Price Tag
- or moameaiione &iier xneir
'
Maver described his Zona visit
today as being three-iold;
1) To further evaluate the
Panama Canal Company's short
range study for expanding the
capacity of the Canal in order to
determine -whether or- not the
American: flag shipping industry
will support thi program in
Congress when it comes up be
fore the Appropriations Commit
tee;
2) To examine the valuation of
assets which is the price-tag-eine"
by the Panama Canal
Company of the whole Canal
and its appurtenances which was
set at $356,uuu,uira"; ana
3) To examine the Canal's pre preliminary
liminary preliminary financial statement lor
the past fiscal year, which is now
out.
The steamship association
president said today that 'lor
some time the association has
been trvinir to find out how the
Canal Company has valued its
assets- but heretofore had been
denied access "which la nam
ral," he added.
Sines the Bureau of the Budg
et has now approved the amount
it has become a public document
open to the shippers for the first
"Under the tolls formula, ,we
must pay .for the operation
maintenance, depreciation plus
ir.terest at JZ 5 per cent, or $8,
Q00OO8-.-sc 1 tiaturaJlv, w., are
greatly interested in. the yalu-i
tiqn, ne statea-, f t
Mayer aald that since the Pan.
amaCanal Company will go be
fore the Appropriations Commit
tee next year to ask for permls
sion to spend $19,000,000 in the
range study plan, the steamship.
operators want to know whether
these are worthwhile Improve
ents to spend money on.
The
short-range study calls
for; ,
1) Illumination of the Canal at
night;
2) Construction of two moors
hig stations at Paraiso, and
S) Widening, part of Gaillard
Cut channel to 500 feet. ;
When Canal Zone Gov- Wil
liam E. Potter was in San Fran
Cisco last October. Mayer said to
day, he -urged the association to
send f a committee here for ; a
first hand study of the program
"That's why. we're here now.''
Mayer said. t
Besides the head of the steam
ship association, three other of
ficials are also here, inev are:
Ernest C. Kroll, auditor for the
Luckenbach Steamship Company
(lareest U.S. in tercoastai steam
ship company); C. M. Harmon,
Jr.. assistant treasurer of the
Weyerhauser Steamship Compa
ny, and Capt. John D. Knox, op
eratlons nanager for the same
line. They are planning to leave
by the weekend..
As a committee.1 the group will
report its findings to the board,
with recommendations.
"That will hennmp th twilirV
of the American flag operators
on the Pacific Coast," Mayer
said. i
Their recommendations will
then be sent to the Atlantic
steamship operators who will
make their own determinations
iu the metier, he said. If all a-
eree. it will be "resented aj a
plan to Congress. j
ON THE BEACH
lift ootf

Officials

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THE GOOD FAIRY listens to the wishes of other children enrolled at the Amador Nursery
School at a recent Mother Goos Party. More pictures and story on back page.

1904
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1 By ICE 'Ti XlNOtEV v.-TJffaof the.,m6srfascuaung thwgs
' s ' .11 about the phonograph to mejf;

We 'had i arrived on the Caal
Zone Dec. 6, 1904 and Christmas
was close at, nana. : i
Mv father, who was not to Jtx
daunted by the mavailability fof
the usual Christmas requirements
set about to find the materials Tie
cessary to tring Christmas Cheer
to Matachin where wenaa Deen
assigned a set of old French quar
teM. '--:' v :.
Mataching was a thriving little
village in those days with its. co
lorful Chinese stores and its 'na
tive villdEe on one side of
tracks and the old Trench houses
on the other. (Incidentally it might
be well be mention here that Ma
taching was eventually covered by
Gatun Lake.)
It was decided among the few
construction workers who were liv
ing in Matachin at the lime the
railroad station would be a good
place to -hold the Christmas Party.
it was the '.inly place large anougn
to accommodate everyone.
My Aunt Maine, father s sister,
Uncle Montie and father were ae
signed as the ones tc do the de
corating of the station. My Aunt
was also Station Mistress at. Ma
taching. Needless to say they had
all the -assistance that tney could
use as everyone had suggestions
to offer and willing hands to work
with.
It was up to mv mother and
my Aunt to see that a Chritmas
Dinner was prepared, wheih was
no small task. Foods as we now
are able to get them were not to
be hiil then.
In lieu of the traditional tree,
plam leaves were gathered up and
tied to the beams of the station.
Bright bits of paper arid anything
that would give the effect of tree
trimmings that could he found
were tied to the palm .leaves.
In all a rather lcstrve atmos
phere was created. Colorful Chi Chinese
nese Chinese paper lanterns also added the
gaiety to the occasion. It did un
doubtedly took quite a bit of in
genuity.
Music lor the party was- rurnisn-
ed by an old fashioned phono phonograph
graph phonograph with a big horn and long

As H atomic USS SCORPION ttfrnti t
Melbwrn. attcr fruitless Morch tot 9 t I

t prcoMTl oi mrrui

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tube, like dies. 5 The picture of
.i masixr a voice "on ,icdtii.. waa
inere-was a gorai neai ui. eing
ing, aid dancing? even if tha
same pieces did have t be. play played
ed played over over again, i
GrandmotherBieakle had sent
two tvg boxes of toys down here
to my brother, my eousins and
I. She had also sent up plenty
of holiday candies and nuts to sup supplement'
plement' supplement' our Christmas Dinner.
Mother and Aunt Mattie. finally
managed dinner, wludh was simple
but plentiful.
( It had for its main dish a chi chicken,
cken, chicken, which we had caught in our.
own back yara. masned yams,
fried plantains, oranges and bana
nas picked from the trees nearby.
-'All the cooking had to be- done
on charcoal braziers, whcih was
no easy matter.
The natives were very much a-
mazed by the action of their
new neighbors and stood for hours
just watching.
My mother often remarked mat
it was one of the most pleasant
Christmases she had ever, had.
Last Boat Out
For Dec. 25 Mail
Sailing Saturday
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! If you
want to make that last boat out
with your Stateside Christmas
mail.
The last ship which will arrive
in the U. S. on time to mstriDute
Christmas mail to all parts of the
country, leaves this week-end.
Isthmian gifi-pvers have been
urged to have their packages in
at the Baiboa Post Office by
11:30 a.m. Saturday.
In Cristobal, the deadline rs 1
p.m. at the "post otnce wnere,
which will he ample time to make
the ship.
Canal officials sr.id today that
thia is the Rlst ship which they
can.be sure will make delivery
in time for the Christmas holi holidays.
days. holidays. I
Based on

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.-kipper Dvigfcr Towers mni Amtrulioii scientist
Jehu Osbenw drtcasse. recent war. Oi borne
ohM that Alba I tfrepeee the first bombs
ewe e Naples, onoriter m Tel Am. Added Osberac,
The the rttisb end AmericoM wtenrened end
wde tfcet deiMMrratiea ftijkt ewCein.' i-e

Saico.

2nd Asiatic Flu
Shots flow Being
Given Al Clinics
Those Canal employes and their
dependents wafer
awft- lhe-second--injection of the
vaccine- specific' against the Asia
tic strain. of influenza, may obtain
it any day dicing regular, hours
at the wit'patieni clinics at Gor
gas and Coco Solo Hospitals or at
any of the- Canal Zone Aid Sta Stations,
tions, Stations, it has been announced by
the Health Bureau.
The second' injection, which is
necessary hi order to obtain the
full benefit of the vaccine, will be
given to those persons who receiv
ed the first anoculation from six
to eight weeks ago. An adequate
supply is available and will be
given free of charge tc residents
of the Canal Zone and others with
Canal Zone hospital privileges
Second injections were being giv
en this weeK on a voluntary ba
sis to schoolteachers by Mrs. Er Er-ma
ma Er-ma Forbes, school nurse in Bal
boa and Miss E. Jane Holcomb,
school nurse on the Atlantic side.
Factory Sales Drop
Three Percent, New
Orders Fall Nine
WASHINGTON, Dec. S (UP)
Sales by manufacturers during
October dropped three per cent
and new orders declined nine per
cent below levels of a year earir-
er the Commerce Department re
ported today.
It estimated sales at $29, 400, 400,-000,000
000,000 400,-000,000 and new orders at $26,
900,000,000. Unfilled orders drop dropped
ped dropped to $53,500,000,000, a decline
of 1 billion dollars from the re record
cord record high at the end of 1956.
Although shipments and new
orders both were higher in Oc October
tober October than September the gain was
less than seasonal. ;
The value of all manafacturer's
inventories at the end of October
stood at $53,500,000,000, a d r o p
of two billion from the level of a
year earlier.

the Best-Selling Novel by Nevil Shute

"Next dey the CgyetioM SMt etrt ell tlie semceoWe beabctt
they'd pet, sii te Wethmg'toe imd seven to Uedoe. After tfcof
there weren't nniw Americas er Iritith stofesmM left miy. v

Jury Told of Reported
Guizado Case Comment-

Crowds Getting Rougher

;,, An opinion by two New

splracy charges against convicted ex-President Jose" Re-

man Quizado were the product of a frame up" was quot quoted
ed quoted today by defense lawyer Felipe Juan Escobar as the
Remon assassination trial entered its final phase.
Seriods clashes between opposing groups over the

possible outcome of the trial

by the National Guard, but several persons were hit by
stones. V
One newsman-photographer was roughed up by a
crowd demonstrating against the defendants when he was
mistaken for a photographer who had taken a picture of
the group throwing stones at spectators on the balcony of
a building near the courthouse. t)
Escobar took the stand this morning as the last de defense
fense defense lawyer to deliver his final address to the jury. He is,
representing defendants Alfonso F. Hyams and Mrs.

Teresa1 Castro.
The defense attorney, consid
ered the country's outstanding
criminal lawyer, began his final
address after the court heard
Mrs. Castro lash out at alleged
triegerman Ruben O. Miro for
mixing her up in the case of tne
assasination of President Jose
A, Remon,.' ..
Soeakmc lor about terrmm-
f!' iE5M tEShirh
ane'-Hi My&v subjected k nd
threat whidh' sW6'ha,d -bee.re-ceivine'
bv telephone since the
trial started.
She also accused relatives of
Miro of suggesting that she ac accept
cept accept the Implication that she
was the still-nonchalant de defendant's
fendant's defendant's mistress, and em emphatically
phatically emphatically denied that there
was any ather than a business
relationship between herself
and Miro.
Jose F. Henriauez. defense
spokesman for Hyams, occupied
the stand for about half an hour
this morning to complete his n n-nal
nal n-nal address asking the Jury to
actmlt Hvams "for the sanctity
of justice and the tranquility of
their consciences.
Meanwhile two men were
treated at the Santo Tomas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital last night for injuries re received
ceived received from flying rocks alleged allegedly
ly allegedly thrown by anti-Miro demon
strators in Santa Ana plaza.
Serious injuries to a little gin
who this morning fell through a
hole made by a man in an ef
fort to escape the stone throw throwers
ers throwers was indirectly attributed al-j
so to last nignt s incidents.
Escobar opened, his final ad
dress this morning with a eulo eulo-ev
ev eulo-ev for the women of Panama j
and scathlne remarks for a news-
naDer columnist who yesterday
stated that most of the people
who favored the acqultal of the
defendants were women
The defense lawyer explained
to the jury how he became con.
nected with the Remon assas
sination case and the reasons for
his accepting the task of de
fending Guizado for a relatively
small fee even though that he
would encounter many difficul difficulties
ties difficulties and would endanger the fu future
ture future of his professional career
He emphasized that he ac accepted
cepted accepted Guizado's defense because
he wanted his children and
grandchildren to be able to say
that their father and grand fa father
ther father was the only lawyer who
dared to take the Guizado case
even though he knew the odds
were against him.
i ere

York detectives that con-.

were again averted last niaht

Escobar declared that from
the minute he began to inves-.
tigate the Guizado case, before
accepting: his defense, he ba- -1
came aware that it was wholly
political insteadLof criminal.
Escobar also quoted Washing-
ton attorney jRussel Chatham a
voicing the opinion that the
truth behind Guizado's arrest
and conviction will come but on

GuiaaiW 'was tried and con,
vlcted by the Ifational Assembly
as an accessory nd sentenced
in March, 1955, to six years and
eight months in prison 's '-t
Escobar told Judge Angel VI VI-teliti
teliti VI-teliti de Gracia and the jury that
mention of the Guizado case in
this trial is absolutely necessary,
despite the judge's previous pb-
jections, because Guizado has
been inevitably linked to the
motive for the assassination, by
the prosecutiork
Before going into a detailed
defense for either of his cli clients,
ents, clients, Escobar also told the jit,
ry that Miro's confession, Inr
.which he implicated Guizado
and the other defendants now
on trial, was a badly concocted
story front the very beginning.
Escobar also made' mention,
of official witnesses and the
prosecution who said Miro lied, -about
several things concerning
them. When asked if he could
not have lied about Guizado
"they didn't know: thev onlv

knew that he had lied about
them," Escobar declared.
The two New York detectives
referred to by Escobar are Mario
de Bouchet and Joseph Canchl-
ro, who were sent by the New
York Police Department at the
request of the Panama eovern-
ment, to aid in the investigation
of the assassination. j
UN Delegate
Sees Firsl Sncwfallr
Record For New York
NEW YORK. Dec. 5 (UP) A
delegate from hottest Africa look looked
ed looked out the window at the United
Nations yesterday at the city's
record and bis first snowfall.
"Will automobiles travel?" wonv
dered Ndeh Ntumazah of the
French Cameroons. "Will people
get food? Will airplanes fly?"
Airplanes didn't. Automobiles did
and didn'C But nobody starved.
"Beautiful. Beautiful! said Ntu-
I 1- T L J
mazan. ne was ecnoea Dy sever several
al several hundred suburban children, who
won't have to go to school, today.
Their elders mostly found It less
inspiring. -
A total of 73 inches of snow,
an all-time record for the date,
was measured by the weather bu bureau
reau bureau when the storm Stopped at
10:30 p.m. . ..

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1957

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j 'rr
I .- .The Mail Bet m aa arum ar raaaara of Tha 'bum Amancaa
iU)m ara racaivte' gratefully and ara ha-aMW in a wkally aeatia'anttal
'annuel.
i Hut cantributa a tartar eea't ba impatianl r M aain't aeaaat
'ant day. Lattara ara publiihed in the aidar received.
I "leaae try te keep the letter! limitad a ana paai lenatli.
f Identity el leHar writers ll bald in ttrictait ronfldante
Thii nawtpapar euumee na raieeniibiliry tar atatamanta ar apinlom
'itxpratiad in latter f ram reader.

Labor News
And
( Comment

THE MAIL BOX

CANAL ZONE LIVING COSTS

!Slr:

By VICTOR RIESEL
Say this lor Jim Hoffa

his nerves, like his muscie,

are woven uteei. rie can

still come up to his critic and in

quire alter his health. His grin
comes up unexpectedly, like his
leli jab. In the sombcrness of a
high vaulted Federal courtroom,
with his future ridmj.' on a group
ot strangers in the jury box, Hot Hot-la
la Hot-la still can say to the critic, "Life
is like this. It rains, and it shines."
But Hotfa seems finally weary
with it all. His face has on it
lines of the cull of leadership. The
bags under his eyes are dark tales
oi sleepless ni.Ius. His voice is
strained.
He stood alone in the massive
marble corridor of New York s
Federal Building. Sure, he'd talk
jlhnilt the Tpsmiilpru Mis hanfoi

Governor Potter was reported as telling the Panama Canal was up and he grjnned There'd

be lots of Teamster officials at
the AFL-C10 convention, Holfa
said. Spokesman for the suspend suspended
ed suspended union will be its current, less
irritating, administrative vice-president
Einar Mohn. And. all the
vice presidents will go before the
new AFL-C1Q appeal board.
There is no member of the fe federations'
derations' federations' Ethical Practice Com Committee
mittee Committee on this board. Not even a
member of the AFL-CIO Execut

ive Council. So a fresh decision

Can be made. This appeals com

mittee may vote in favor of the

ieamslers and reject immediate
expulsion. If the appeals board

will take the floor of the conven
tion to fight to stay in.

Hofia said he and Beck will be
there in Atlantic City if the
courts permit it .There was a fi

nality about all his answers which

! subcommittee of tne House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Com Com-)
) Com-) mittee .nat tne cost of living here on the Canal Zone is two to
Mour per cent below the stateside cost ol living,
xierewath a tew two to lour per cent ligiues, based on the
rt-inan-Sgiving prices oi a Washington supermarket cnaln,
' and the prices ot my Thanksgiving shopping in the Commissary.

Item

Stateside cofiee tper lb.)

. Butter (per lb.)
Apples (5 lbs."

Washington 5 Commy
Price 'Price
. 20 cents '27 cents
. 99 cents $1.2u
. 20 cents 16 cents
. 75 cents 66 cents
, 45 cents $i.lu
5 cents 7 cents
. 19 cents 24 eem
. 22 cents 22 cents
. 75 cents 78 cent
. 23 cents 25 cents
. 45 cents 51 cents
. 19 cents 2u cents

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Washington is not the cheapest town in the US In which to

live, by a long shot. Any more of these two ta lour per cent

breakin living costs will ruin me. Guess I ought to be tnank-; !?f0'hL"nS ?c Te image

ful that, by Canal countiug, we don't have a 20 per cent advan advantage
tage advantage in the cbst of living.
Two to Four Percenter

102 BINGO GAMES

Sir:

Nov. 24, -while having dinner at the American Legion Club,
at about 8:30 p.m.,-1 heard a commotion that reminded me of
the old roundup days in the West. I learned it was the Bingo
players arriving from Cocoli. After playing 51 games of bir.go
there, thev were now ready for another 51 came roundup. How

tan anyone" in their right mind play 102 games in one evenir.g-

t a cost of $7.50 per card lor tne iuz games? i jieara severe
feaythey had played four cards at Cocoli and had not won a
penny and guessea they would play four at the Legion Club to
J.ry and break even. That is not Dad $30 for an evening of
'bingo.
A number of years ago I played bingo at Curundu and one
certain woman began winning most of the coveralls. The play players
ers players began to kick so an investigation was held. The caller was
put, as the game had become a racket.
f It j About time that all bingo games in the Zone should
be investigated.
& whv axe the Americans livlnn in Panama denied the orivi-

Jee of-tuylng to the Zone, jnet Panamanian business people Sptndel war finished, Hoffa was
$ferrunttMf place: Mi Army and NaVy games, rerttisii4nein kornfe to sn, at nis desk Nand oer oer-how
how oer-how orrvfleffe cards, why do they not require th"saiAe in the; 8r everything thaf was saidCSon

Service Centers? It is Panama's' treaty so why not see that
ithey abide by it?
Lottery Players

of the warmly smiling Inner Panv

leader, the "Big Brother." oi
George Orwell's novel "1984."
There are no sputniks in Or Orwell's
well's Orwell's novel, but there are "tele "telescreens."
screens." "telescreens." These the Inner Party
places in the homes and offices
of all Party functionaries. None
can escape the steady gaze of
the telescreen so that Big Bro

ther can always monitor his peo people.
ple. people. This image had kept flashing
into mind all through the previous
hours in Judge Frederick van
Pelt Bryan's courtroom where
Holfa is on trial, charged with
illegal wiretapping. An FBI agent,
Terrence Mcbhanu, had been skill skillfully
fully skillfully drawn out by Federal prose prosecutor
cutor prosecutor Paul Williams. The FBI man

described what had been told to
to him by wire tap specialist Ber

nard bpindel. This was the picture

oi 'Big Brother" -- live.

Spindel and an a s n s t a n t

ed at niht at Hoffa's orders, wir

ing nis Lieiroit neadouarter. When

the phones -in the offices ot manv

of his aides.

THE YARDSTICK OF ABILITY

Sir:

It seems that "Cani Zone Brat" (Mail Box, Dec. 3) is missing
the entire point of Percy the Potman's last couple of columns. If

a man has 'ne experience ana quaimcations ior a cerium juq,
regardless of his color, then there is no more to be said the
Job should be his.

It is fairly obvious from. "Canal Zone Brat's" remarks in

both of his letters to the Mail Box that the thought of occupy occupying
ing occupying a lower position to a Negro on the employment ladder is ex extremely
tremely extremely repugnant to him. I am sure that this would still be
the case even if it were proven beyond the slightest shadow of
a doubt that the Negro possessed a higher education, a higher
I.Q., and was in every way more qualified to hold a certain po position
sition position than "Canal Zone Brat."
As for the number of people of West Indian descent who
re members of the Panama American's editorial staff, I can
Assure "Canal zone Biat" personally, that there are at least
three I happen to have had the privilege and pleasure of work working
ing working under one of them and 1 appreciated the fact that I was
working under a man who knew his job and due to his long
experience could help ana teach me many valuable things con connected
nected connected with my work.
"Canal Zone Brat" Is a fitting nom de plume because the
majority of his remarks reveal immature and shallow thinking.
For example, asking the woman employe of the Panama Amer American
ican American the following asinine question. "Do you think this some

times-boss is smarter than you?" If the answer naa to be an
unequivocal Yes or No it put her in the ridiculous position of
having to reply oh, so modestly, "Why, no, I don't think I am
quite as smart as the oass."
As it was she did no: have to answer unequivocally and so
made the intelligent reply that she and her boss had never
compared I.Q. tests anil that one had to take into consideration
familiarity with the wor, seniority, etc.
There is one thing I think "Canal Zone Brat" should learn

mlsrhtv fast. It. Is this Vhpp nennlp are rOncrnH von ran I.. .L .

never, but never generalize. Whethe? a person be black, brown o his aid.V ,,T"a

According to the testimony, Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa could do this by moving some something
thing something on a "switch box" on his
desk. This would tap and bring
to him telephone conversations his

ousiness aents were having. If

he wanted to preserve these talks.

said this witness, he merely push

ed anotner gadget and two up-to-the-minute
tape recorders were
set in action. These were cached
in a closet near his desk. He could
record two conversations at one
time aid listen to ten others.
But it wasn't necessary for his
aides to lift the phone for a priv private
ate private ourside call before Jim Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa could hear them. Spindel mi minister
nister minister of un privacy in the courts
of the mighty, had installed tiny
microphones in the teleDhnne

themselves, it was alleged. These

picxeo up room converstions which
Hoffa could pipe into his office
without the aides knowing they
were being overheard by ViBig
Brother."

These "bugs" are known as car carbon
bon carbon button microphones. McShare
testified there was also an "isola

tion transformer" which cut out

irritating noises so "Big Brother"

couio near more dearly.

Spindel served well. He re-wired
sic "Minifons" and "Wrist-mikes."
These gadgets of our New Class
look like wrist watches and are
attached to microphones in should shoulder
er shoulder holsters by a wire running up
the sleeve. They can take an hour

of tape recorded converstion. One

or yellow; Christian, Jew or Buddhist he must be judged on his

individual merits. It s that simple.
Incidentally, I am a white North American.
Mack

Sir:

could know what they were say

ing ano 10 wnom.
Spindel has boasted that he per personally
sonally personally used such gadgets to re record
cord record unsuspectinc government of

ficials in the past. Spindel has

also boasted that he has worked

for many in Jim Hoffa's labor

circles.
There you have the image of
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cu -w v 6vu u,u iuiu usicouj, (cira.i mauagd ui me au neing "telescreened. all own

LIGHT READING

Fuerza y Luz, is uo at a biu New York conference of American

and Pnreiirn Power Co Tnr e-reciitiv inrlnrtin nfficil frnm

the equivalent of Fuerza y Luz in 11 Latin American countries
. Don't blame the guy a bit moving off to do his work some somewhere
where somewhere where the lights were not giving out all the time.
" 'I also read that "American and Foreign, the second largest
private Investor in Latin America, currently has underway a

. suu,uua,uuo expansion program .."
- Gee, for that money Fuerza y Luz might be able to expand
tbC capabilities of the Canal Zone-Panama phone link from one
cH an hour to maybe two calls an hour.

1 Might even be able to buy more Scotch tape and string lor

xuidc uu'uuerg ucuauge, so uiai Deiween u a.m. ana i p.m.
I can make a call without baring to wait interminably for the
.trialling tone, then like ax not getUng'cut off la mid-con versa-
tion. I'va known primitive farm-district party lines much less
erratic than Fuerza j Lux's quaint concept of a big-city automa automa-,Uc
,Uc automa-,Uc phone aervlce.
- For $500,000,000 they might also be able to launch an educa educational
tional educational fellowship, to teach their meter readers to read.
' All aorta of things you can do for $500,000,000 except, 111 bet,
tetting a fast reliable phone link to carry all the traffic between
.ihe Canal Zone and Panama City.

"-When at last they get tbii US satellite off the ground In
Florida the radio boys in Quarry Heights will be able to receive
-signal from outer space a whole lot easier than they can put
through a phone call to Panama. Bot then, the satellite cost

more than a eoupl of new phone lines, so the signal should be
fearer. ; : v: ,
aV-v-" .i V"v. Busy Signal

ing loyalty, all carefully monitor

ed by "Big Brother", the smiling
Leader of the Inner Group.
Not 1984. But J957.

FOR FAITH, NOT SPACE Tl last, and the first word in .startlmgly modernistic 'design
goes all the' way "back toancient Greece for inspiration in the new Holyi Trinity Evangelical;
Church in Hamburg,, Germany. The spire forms the Greek letter Alpha and the sloping, circu circular
lar circular root the letter Omega. The towfer contains sheets of brass, rather than bells, to sound the
call of worship. The unique design has led less classically minded members of Hamburg's
population to somewhat irreverently dub the church the "ski jump to heaven."

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Most shocking revelation Is thai;
which shows our much publicist
ed forward SAC bases to be-an-'
other "Maginot line. s -t J.
.Actually this ia no revelation at
all. Top officials have knowa for
months that these Strategic li
Command bases in Turkey- Japna ",
most of Europe. were-fJna. : h.

hind which France basked ll

self satisfied complacency prior
to HiUer's attack. :
However, the admlnistratinn haar

deliberately gone out of -its waith
to fool .the. public regarding ; thr
defense picture.

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WASHINGTON The "secret re

port on American defenses, parts

of which have leaked to the press,

is tar more alarminff then the

hcaki indicate." "n v

One clue to Hs alarming cont

ent is the fact hat the White House

wanted wily two copies1--, the ori

ginal end one carbon r made. It

did not want other copies in ex existence
istence existence which might show Con Congress
gress Congress how weak our defenses are.

for the depressing, inesoanbie

deductions, from this report are

that the United Satales today Jias

oecome a second class power.

in brief, Kussia could launch

war on us at nny time with al

most certain odds of turning the

United States' into a socialist,, sa satellite,
tellite, satellite, subject nation'. r ?

TRUTH WAS SUPPRESSED
The stcret' report 'which ha

caused such worried reverbera reverberations
tions reverberations in high administration dr

ies was prepared bv mcmlwri f

the "Arden, Farms" study amnn

hody of 'tOD businessman, cnl'

etJ is, and. ecpnomists in New
YoiK who began making studies

in government when Eisenhower

was president ot Columbia -Univer

sity.

UVPr Kin nf thorn itrni-L-ort M.

w v.. .(UAnu LUIS . a w

report for the Office of Defense ,A.ir orce' report, was not a tesf

Administration, and it is actually re-entry at au. or this psrtJ-5J

... (filial nncA nnnn th. a tzi i

vyuc, me ir rorcr
memo says, re-entered the atmos
phere at a -cockeyed angle whicW11'
slowed it down; also rotated
which slowed it even more. Thus
it landed at less than one-third
the speed of a normal ballistic 1
missile, .'f .0- ? :.
The test, ? therefore, xoncludeo"!?
the Ramo WoolriSae memo. waV

of "negligible" vaiue. -Yet th3

President demonstratedt he noss"

cone to the American public as a
proof that it had solved jthe rt-fi
entry problem.

All of the above facts War07

known to, the Defense Departmehi.si
at the- time the missile was sent

to the White House for the Pre..

sident's telecast.' the duestion of

whether Ike should show the nose
cone was debated back and forthj

li was una n v arenan inat a

though this particular nose was not
a test,' another Jupiter noss -cone
had been witnessed coming clown,
Therefore, it would not be deceiv deceiving
ing deceiving the public, officials lelt, if a

suDstitute nose cone was used.
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SUBSTITUTE NQSECOflE
When the President wenf on" th

air with hi flrct "f'hlnn.im"

cast, he dramatically exhilbite I
the nose cone of a Jupiter rocket,,,r
which he said had returned to the
earth; thereby solving the ques question
tion question of re-entry thi oueh the atmoa.

phere :' -K
The Ah- Force scientific braitf1
center in California Ramo-Wool'-ridge,
has now written a rnnrt?

Dranding this a, hoax. U
Tha' ni-lSA nnriA tirhinli Tlrn

. w nun." Oliuw
ed on television: according tn thabs

composite document which pops

into many different facets of our

aeiense.

n.eai iact is that fhp ronnrt

should -send no tremors of alarm

uirougn me administration, be

cauoc an tner rarrfl in it i a

i.- J, "tic

jiiuwii not oniy to tne Pentagon

out 10 newsmen who took the
trouble to dig into the defense pic picture.
ture. picture. -..ft
the facts were not known to
the White House, then it was be because
cause because the White House was not
sufficiently interested.
The secret report warns:
- That Russia, is ahead of us in
all phases of modern warfare ex except
cept except atomic submannpc.

! That our forward Stretegic Air
Command bases coud be knocked
Out -bv Russian miccflac T

I That the United States' could be
devastated by a mass Soviet at-

That we would be lucky to des des-l(roy
l(roy des-l(roy five or six Soviet cities in

lunauon. .:
In hrief tho Tfnltn cf.i.. .....u

i i y.'.iu ij i. a i.. J wyulU
jose-a war with Russia.

WU f OOD AFTER 20 DAYS
Further depressine facts in.

elude:. ;?i : ';fe'

The United StatflniititftiiTAirn

food for only 20 davs in pssp nnexperimerita'

Kussian mass attack, because
food is located in (he orpsf ffroin

elevators and warehouses of, the

big ities. These citres vUI be
wped out first; ,? rfi'

With strict rationing, the Amer Amer-ojin
ojin Amer-ojin psonle could eet bv on 'a

low, 1,8800 ealofie subsistence

diet. But no rationirig-cards have
been printed, and-it would take

four months in time of war to

Actually, the presentatioa of tC

nose cone as a brand-new trium

phant achievement ';?was deceptiva
WlesfeRisW,last:ay;
nn- experimentalt-lT3-stifge roe

ket was fired 650 miles straight

up at Patrick Air Force Base.
Fla., and the nose cone recover

ed jnract i -v

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These are ome of the problems jH
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to figure out just .where we stand 'J

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i-rrANTir! CITY. NJ. Dec. 5 i weighed a p'ea by a

(UP)--The giant leamsiers uuiun

today won we suppui 1 ui
building trades unions in its fight
against expulsion from the AFI
cio. ' : :
The hnilriinsr trades department

'adopted without argument a res res-o'ution
o'ution res-o'ution calling on the AFL-CIO to

.rescind sits suspension of the

Teamsters ana wnnaraw hs ex expulsion
pulsion expulsion recommendation to the
labor convention, which Wlil open
tomorrow.

department President Richard
J. Gray said he felt the" action
meant there was a chance to
block the ouster, eamsters Vice
President Thomas L. Hickey re responded
sponded responded "that'i good news" when
asked for. comment.
Other labor leaders privately
said the resolution merely was a
gesture and wduld pot affect plans
0.' many building trades unions to
vote to oust the Teamsters. They
said it was regarded as a "sym-
' pathy" card.'
At the same timet a nine-man
convention appeals committee

delegation
that their

of Teamsters asking

suspension be luted.
The committee today was hand handed
ed handed the task of recommending
-whether to uphold or reject the
executive council's suspension .or .order
der .order which called for ouster if the
1,500,000-member union failed to
clean up
Arthur J. Goldberg, AFL-CIO
Special counsel, said it was 'ob 'obvious"
vious" 'obvious" that no clean-up had been
made and the council's feelings
about 'expulsion were sef -evident.
The last-minute change in plans,
an informed source said, was to
give the Teamsters the maximum
"due process" before the 1,200
convention delegates were asked
to settle the issue. A two-thirds
vote is required to expel a union.
The building trades resolution
described the punishment of the
Teamsters for alleged corruption
as "threatening the unity of
labor' and a precedent endanger endangering
ing endangering the autonomy of other unions.
It also said -the suspension was
unwarranted interference with a
union' right to elect its own

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In Mexico Nets 6
Dead, II Injured :
MEXICO CITY. Dec. 5 (UP)

PoUce said today six p e r s on s

were killed and 11 injurea serious seriously
ly seriously in traffic accidents during
"Pedestrians Day" yesterday. ,:
Several hundred traffic police policemen
men policemen aided by volunteers from the
military academy and boy scouts
were Hised by the traffic depart department
ment department to enforce regulations.
However, a series of accidents
considerably higher than normal,
threw officials into despair. They
said both pedestrians and motor

ists gave less than their full co

operation to, the city's drive

againsf trainc acciaents.,

officers

"We are of the opinion that the

Teamsters Union is fully compe

tent to conduct its own internal

affairs without either interference
or. permission," the resolution
said. v

The resolution was a slap of

AFL-CIO President George Meany
who campaigned vigorously here
in the past three days against

"compromise with corruption."

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON Secretary of
State Jhn Foster Dulles on the

possibility. 01 a grand Free World

alliance. composed of the Nortn At

lantic Treaty Organization,, the

Southeast Asia Treaty Organiza Organization,
tion, Organization, the- Baghdad Pact and the
organization of American states:
"I doubt that (such an alliance)
is in the immediate future."
ST LOUIS 'f The RevV Dr. Mar Martin
tin Martin Luther King, Jr., on the Amer American
ican American Negroes will to win their
struggle for equal rights:
. "We must say to our white
brothers over' the South that w
will match your capacity to inflict
suffering with our capacity to en endure
dure endure suifering."
NEW ORLEANS Mrs. Charles
E. Wilson, wife of the former Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Defense, on the 1958
budget.
"It shouldn't have been cut...
we needed all that money (for de defense
fense defense spending)."
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. J.
Paul Walsh, deputy director to the
Navy's Vanguard project, on the
possibility W launching the first
U.S. earth satellite: -.J
'.'There is a good probability that
the first" SDhere will en intn n

orbit 4f everything works' the way
it should."

ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. -J. AFT

CIO President George Meany on

a proposal that unions adoDt a vol.

untary wage freeze for, 1958: 1

' mere is no reason to believe
that a wage freeze would be ad advantageous
vantageous advantageous to anyone but the em employer."
ployer." employer." j ;

, FRAUD JAILED

MUNICH, Germany (UP) Wil-

neim ueger., a Du&ny haired sell sell-described
described sell-described ''hair researcher," be began
gan began a three and a half vear oris.

on term today for giving fake hair
treatments to 4ald persons. Testi Testimony
mony Testimony showed that the only growth
resulting from Heger's elaborate

scientiiic"- methods was in This

bank account.. During 1953 'and
1954, he .took im $2,380,000 from

bald persons hoping to have their

hair restored. .

Adenauer Must Cut
Work Day, Avoid
Climate Changes

jJBONN, Germany, Dec. 5 (UP)
Chancellor Konrad Adenauer, 81,
has been warned by his doctors

to cut his working day to five or
six hours and reduce the number

of his foreign trips to a minimum,
informed sources said today.

The West German leader is re recovering
covering recovering from an attack of influ influenza
enza influenza that forced him last week to
Cancel a projected state visit to
Britain. He was permitted to get
out of bed today for the second
straight day and his progress was

reported good.

But informed sources said he
had been told that in the future

be must reduce long-distance trav

eling as much as possible especi

ally to areas overseas where he

might suffer from sudden climate
changes.

Cops Don't Fall
For Fake Tie up

SEOUL, Dec. 5' (UP)-Lee'Dae
Hyun got tied up In his own alibi,

police saia today...

They charged that Lee smashed
his employer's safe and stole $100,
then stabbed himself in the thigh

and tied himself up to rtake it

look as if he had done the job.

Something abo the way hevwas
bound aroused their suspicions so
they searched Lee and found the

money.

The following weather conditions
are based on past records and
may be expected to occur in the

Canal Zone and vicinity during

this month. ':
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Weather: December usually
marks the transition from rainy
tn drv Mason 'conditions. On rare

occasions the dry cpason has be

gun as early as me ust 01 tne
month and sometimes rainy sea season
son season persists throughout the month,
the median date being about Dec.

20, The average xiai rainiau wr
the month is' 5.02 inches at Bal

boa Heights, 5.7Z mcnes at Maq Maq-den
den Maq-den Dam and 12.25 .inches at Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. There is, however, consider considerable
able considerable ranee from year to year

due to, the variation in beginning

of dry season..

Family Car Drags
Wife Down Icy Hill

IRVINGTON, N. V., Dec. 5 5-rtTPtT.awrence
rtTPtT.awrence 5-rtTPtT.awrence F. Schmehl and

ki uif were driving down a slip

pery, snow-coated mountain road
to the station todaywhen they saw

an empty automomie snaing oac
ward down the hill.
"Why, that's my fathers car,
Schmehl gasped.
Ho itnnnnrf and COt Out.

"That's my mother under it," he
exclaimed.
His, mother. Mrs. L. H. Schmehl

haH driven his father to the sta

tioi. and then her car became
stalled in the snow. She stepped
out, slipped and fell and then her
car slid down the hill, dragging

her behind it.
Mn. Schmehl was uninjured, ex

cept for snow burns on one leg.
"She's more concerned about

how her husband is going to get

back up the hill tonight than she

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Sputnik Behave

LONDON, Dec. 5 (UP) Radio
Moscow t6day broadcast in Eng English
lish English an "Ode to a Sputnik" which
it said was sent in by an unnamed

resident of New York.
One of the verses said: ...

Promise, me my' little sphere,

. .Never, never tp interfere
With old Santa and his deer..
. ..Flying through the atmosphere.

Wettest and driest December
1 1.0m 18.81 to 0.20 Inch
2s at Balboa Heights, 22.90 to 0.

27 inches at Madden Dam and

34.38 to 0.94 Inches at Cristobal.

Measurable rain will be likely

to occur on 15 days at Balboa
Heights and 22 days at Cristobal
durine December.

Clouds and Sonthint: The skies.

will average partly cloudy and

there will an average of about

hours of sunchme per day or

58 per cent of the possible a

mount.
Fops: Nighttime ?nd a a r 1 y
morning fogs may be expected
ouite frequently over the Gaillard

Cut section of the Canal and the

central section of the Isthmus a

long the Trans-Isthmian Highway

but none are likely to occur at

either of the Canal entraces.

Most of the fogs form around
midnight and may be expected to
dissipate before 8:30 a.m.
Temperature: The average air
temperature will be close to 80
degrees over both coasts and the
interior. Daily maximum and min
imum temperatures will averase
87 and 73 degrees On the Pacific
side and 84 and 76 degrees on the

Atlantic side. Highest and lowest j

December temperatures are 94 ana
63 degrees.
Relatjvt Humidity: The relative
humidity will average ahnut 85
Der cent at Balboa and Madden
Dam 83 per cent st Cristobal.
With the advent of the trade
winds and dry season the daily
range between 'lieh and low will
increase considerably except on
the Atlantic coast.
Winds and Storms: Storms or
the "Norther" type and resultant
floods are sometimes experienced
in December. These storms are
characterized hy steady norther northerly
ly northerly winds ranging in velocity up
to 30 miles per hour or more.
The winds alone are insufficent
to affect navigation seriously, but
they are usually accomoanied by
leave seas that may at times
prove troublesome.
Otherwise north and northeast
winds will prevail over the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Coast with an average veloci velocity
ty velocity of 9 to 14 miles per hour and
northwest winds of 4 to 6 mi'es
per hour over the interior and Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast sections.
The maximum wine velocity for
a 5 minute period is not likely to
exceed 35 miles per hour.

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VISITING GARDEN CLUB MEMBERSJTSTED
AT TEA AT HOTEL TIVOI.l THIS AFTERNOON
' The catenas River Garden Club members beaded by Mrs.
Pat Morian entertained visitors from ivieaenin and Bogota Gar Garden
den Garden Clubs at a tea liven at the Hotel Tivoli this atternoon.
Ladies who arrived by plane today to attend the flower show
which will be held at the 1.M.CA. on Monday, are: Mrs. Maria

O de Ospina, Mrs. Lut O. ae navarru, am. tsauei ue Angei,
Mrs Lucy P. de Biancardi, Miss Angela Vasquei, Mrs. Emma L.
j ii.il. :. n-ih. Mn Mariana A. de Pelaez. Mrs. Ante-

ue-uriuc, usias ju v..-.-, ....... ----- - --
la P. de Velez, Mrs. Lucy P. de Botero, Mrs. Angela P. de Lon-

dono Mrs. Maria F. fie Mora, Mrs. L,ua a. ue ttnimrei, ir. lu.
J. de' Posada, Mrs. Angela M. de Saldarriga and Mrs. Angela R.
de Mejia.

British Ambassador
Entertains Visitors
Frem Australia
The British Ambassador and Mr
Ian Leslie Henderson entertained
at dinner at the British Embassy
last night in honor of Mr. J u s s-tice
tice s-tice Sholl, Chief Justice of the
State of Victoria, Australia, and
Mrs. Scholl.

Amb. And Mrs. Chalbaud
Enttrtain For Visitors
The Ambassador of Venezuela
and Mrs. Estehan Chalbaud enter entertained
tained entertained at a luncheon at the Em Embassy
bassy Embassy Residence on Monday in
honor of the Ambassador of Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela in Chile, Dr. Benato Este Este-vaRios;
vaRios; Este-vaRios; the Embassy Counselor
Luis Ignacio Sanchez Tirado and
Mrs. Tirado ..tnd their daughters
Maria Eugenia,' Nora and Alida
Sanchez; the Military Attache Col.
Raul castro Gomez and the Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Embassy Otto De
Sola and Mrs. De Sola who were
guests in Panama for a short
time. Other luncheon guests in

cluded members of the Venezue Venezuelan
lan Venezuelan Embassy in Panama.
Ambassador Of Colombia
Entertains At Dinner
The Ambassador ot Colombia in
Panama Dr. Raul H. Barrios and
Mrs. Barrios Were hosts at a din dinner
ner dinner at the Union Club on Monday
in honor of Colombia in Colon,
Fernando Perez and Mrs. Perez
and the Spanish Ambassador and
Mrs. Federico Gahaldon, Mrs. Lin Lin-Ho
Ho Lin-Ho Hp Pprpz. Mrs. Elena de Res-

trepo and the new Consul of Co Colombia
lombia Colombia in Colon, Col. Alberto Guz

man AfJana.

Chinos Diplomat

Entertains
At Dinner
Mr Prrer K. M. Chen. Counsel

lor, Charge d'Affaires a.i. of the
Rpnuhlir of China, and his wife.

Mrs. Daisy Chen, gave a dinner

n.riu lost merit at- ineir resi-

Hpnrp to which a croup of their

friends were invited.

Cav-Pottrton
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Brooklyn, N. Y. and Mr. Paul

ui Gamn veie married in a

quiet ceremouy in tuu u&iuoa u
fcisuaie s iuuit, f'riuuy auernoon

xxov. is, wiui judge Joiin n.. Jem

in,g oiuciauug, ui me presence oi

a xew close metus ana relatives

Mr. ana Mrs. Vvdlier C. Watts

of uatuu wiuiebea me cei emi,.i v

wnicn was lollowing by a wedding

supper at die uvuu uutsi auusm.,
nub. cave is a Mister oi Mrs. U
L. naicanson ol Uaiun and recent

ly ictuiii io tne Canal Zone, sne

is presently employeu at me Cris

iuuai oei'vice center. Mr. cave is

employed as a Lock Leader at

Mr. and jyirs. Cave have been

guests at tiie iil f&iiaina iunou

nolci and returned lu tne Atlantic

Side last week. Tuey wilt ue at

tiieu- many menus at

tioubB o023-, Mararita.

Saturday evening, Mr. and Mrs.
Cave nem an lniormai reception

ana open house at tne uatun

Yacht cluD.
Historical Society
Hoars Panel TaiK

un Early fcntoriainmant

Approximately 100 members and

guests ot the isthmian .Historical
society met in tne oallioom oi

tne 'nvoii Guest House on Mon

dav evening to hear ims. 0. i.

McNeil, Mi. rred we V. bill ana

Mr. Hector Downe speaK on Nigm

ami ii...Lt;i'Laiiiiiient in tne

eariy uays of tne Canal.

Mr. Downe wno came to the
Isthmus in 1913 as a musician, te-

mained to manage several lamous

night clubs ana, toia many mter mter-es.mg
es.mg mter-es.mg anecdotes ana answered ma ma-my
my ma-my questions. Mr. Sill spoke of
... iwui lue in the canal one
and of the aances ncid at the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Tivoli and Mrs. McNeil told of
her aunt, Tillie, MalJoy, who for
a number of years owned and o o-perated
perated o-perated the old Aspinwall Hotel
on Taboga.
Among those who spoke from
the floor was Mrs. Jean Cope,
who came to the Isthmus as an
entertainer.
Chairman of the panel was Mr.
Biouie tsurnham.
Retiromtnt Party
ror casseM, Harris
Slatad For Saturday
A retirement party will be giv given
en given by the ocks'- Ei iployes Asso Association
ciation Association Saturday evening, Dec. 7,
in the Cristobal Sky Room to hon honor
or honor two popular Gatun Locks em employes,
ployes, employes, Mr. Earl Cassell, Opero Opero-tions
tions Opero-tions Supervisor, and Mr. Howard
R. Harris Mechanical Supervisor,
on! their retire ment.
I Dinner will be served at 7:00
fern.' followed by dancing until
1:00 a.m. Liquid refreshments, all

evening. Dress will be semi-formal.

Tickets are $8.00 per couple and
may be secured from any mem member
ber member of the Association or by call calling
ing calling J. M. Morrison, tel. 5-303 or E.
W. Millspaugh, tel. 5-421.
Mr. Harris, who will retire 'Dec.
30, plans to sail with Mrs. Harris

for the States next week on the

Panama Line to spend the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays with their son and
his 'family in New Jersey.
Mr. Cassell's retirement will be
effective Jan 30. He and Mrs.
Cassell will leave early in Janua January
ry January for a sojourn in Costa Rica be before
fore before continuing to the States
where they will make their home.
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Venison Is King In this

Old World Festival J.lena,

By CAYNOR MEDDOX V.
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CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAPPING The Christmas spirit has arrived early at the Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador Service Club as Privates First Class Alfred Kuhn and Michael Henning get their Christ Christmas
mas Christmas gifts wrapped by service club director, Mrs. Betty Haberstick. Free gift wrapping service
is being offered to all "barracks bachelors" during the holiday season by the canal Zone
service clubs. C-S. Army Photo)

8 Planes, 1000 Men Hunt Tot
Feared Murdered In Illinois

SYCAMORE, 111., Dec. 5 (UP)
-Right nlanes and a thousand

vnhintoprs sparrhpd fruitlessly to-

rfav fnr a 7-vear-nld eirl who

disappeared with a man who

oaerea ner a piggy Dae iw,
Authorities feared she had been

murdered.
T?RI nffpnts ininpd state. Cltv

and county police in the search

lor curly nairea, ongm eyeu
Maria Ridolph.
Thp cirl's mother. Mrs. Mike

Ridolph, sobbed "she must be

dead. She wouia De too ingmenea
to stay out all night by herself."

Deputy snerm it. c. Anaerson
said most) authorities agreed.
"Thp pups? is we'll find her

body out there somewhere in
the fields or woods," he said.

There s no otner explanation.
MAN NAMED JOHNNY
Apparently Maria was abducted

bv a pleasant-laced young' man

named "Johnny" who" offered to
take her on a piggy-back ride last
night.

Maria s playmate, cathie hig-

mund. 8. gave police their only

description of "Johnny." She said
she and Maria were playing when
a man, 20 to 24 years old, blond,
and wearing a blue, green and

yellow sweater approached.

1 m Jonnny, rm marnea, ana
I'm 24 years old," he told the

little gir.s.

MARIA'S DOLL FOUND
He offered to give Maria a

piggy back ride "because you
have a doll." Cathie ran home
to get her doll so she could have
a ride, too. When she returned,
Maria was gone. Two and a half

hours later, Maria's rubber doll
was found 300 feet away. There
was no other trace of the child.
The continuing search turned up
a few leads which included:
The report of a neighbor woman

that she heard a child's cries at

the time Maria disappeared

Cathie, however, said Maria had
been screaming with happiness as

thev nlayed.

A man's bloodstained shirt

found on a bridge three quarters

of a mile from Maria's home. It

was sent to the state crime lab
oratorv for analysis.

Six known sex deviates who
were brought to- the sheriff's
ofiice in a roundup starting at
noon. Two of the men were held

for further questioning.
FATHER JOINS SEARCH
One of the searchers was
Marin' fathpr. a fartnrv worker.

His wi e waited fearfully with her

three other children, ratricia, it,
Kay, 15 and Charles, 11.
TVio nntirov tnum nf Svpamnre

joined in the parents' anxiety and

grief. Business came to a stana. stana.-still
still stana.-still in '-many .parts of the ; town
' I iC.iJ .n(!i. nnAl(iM

as men ihlbw uieii.ein.no thcisin

into the hunt.

-The high school oismissea
classes so the students could join
iho spa rph fnr Maria. Factories

shut down and the entire work

forces went into the stubbly, cola
corn fields. Even in neighboring
n Tfolh ill a faplnrv dismissed

its 50 men so they could drive

to Sycamore.
By late afternoon, hundreds of
mpn wprp still tramoins through

the fields in widening arcs around

Sycamore. Directions were re re-laved
laved re-laved to them from planes flying

overhead.

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The traditional Christmas gift
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Berserk CPO Kills

Fellow

Is Slain By Posse
SANFORD, Fla. (UP)-Authori
ties sought today lo learn what
caused a naval chief petty officer
t, an horsprlr and shoot a fellow

petty officer to death, then defy a
posse that cut Mm down with gun-

CPO William H. Kelly, 35, a
navy career man with" 11 years
service, was killed by the 50-man
posse on a hunting preserve where
he had gone into hiding. Earlier
he had killed CPO Floyd E. Dob Dobbins
bins Dobbins Jr., 36, at the Sanford Naval
Air Station and wounded two
other men while fleeing the scene.
Both wounded men were expect expected
ed expected to recover.
Rlnnrthnnnria fallowed ft 'trail Of

blood 'from Kelly's wrecked car to

the wooded area and posse mem-
ctinuforl tn thp rhiei to sur-

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render. I He answered with gunfire

ana was snot to aeatn.
Vollv'i dparti came about four

hours after he shot Dobbins with

a pistol at the ClJ0 ciuo on tn,e
Sanford base. Officers had hoped
to take Jiim alive for questioning,
because, friends of both men said-

they icould not explain the trputve.
Kelly sped from the, base in ,his
car and wounded another, chief,. J.
P Van T.nnrlinttham 28. who tried

to flag him down' at the gate. A
gate guard emptied a riot, gun at
Kelly's car.
Investigators sard Kelly drove to
his home, described to his wife
what hart hnnoenod. nicked up an

other pistol and left in his car.

The next leaa oincers got was
the arrival at, a hospital of Game
Watson Worhfirt w. Jones who had

been wounded in the stomach.

Jones said he was snot alter try

ing to halt Kelly's car at tne game

area near Osteen, ia.
uiohmov natrnlmpn. fame war

dens, deputies and naval security
officers located Kelly's car, which
had Hon -urrnnkpri fin 9 muddv

nau ww w -
bunting toad. They said the chief

apparently haa been wounaea ei-

thao in tha cmsn nr nv snots irum

the 'gate guard's riot gun.

Dobbins was a wiaower wnn
five children. Kelly and his wife

had one child.

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According to an Old World tra-

Aft inH itAiu im tUn tim Inn UAH

ison feasts. At Luchow's in New

York, .one of 'America's oldest

and most authentic German res

taurant the venison festival is

a gastronomic event, v complete

with traditional recipes, forest mu

sic and high spirits. Here arc some

Lucnow s recipes Matured at the
venison festival.

. Lardad Filat.of Vanlson Sawta
With Muihraam Cids

One saddle of venison, a ounces
smoked dicon, salt, ground 'pp
per, 12 large mustt$uin caps, 1 l i

sucks Duuer, juice oi nau a le
mon, 1 tablespoour cnopped 'par
ley.. V- :et.. ....

Remove filets and loins from
saduie. Cut up m I 1-a-uich thick

pieces.' Flatten little, Cut up -into
ulet with thin knife.- pash in oacon

strips. Season -win salt ana pep pepper.
per. pepper. Brown butter in trying pan.

Let filets brown on both siaes as

desired (vemSon should not be

fried or broiled too well done).

Place on hot serving platter.

Brown mushroom caps in same

nan slowly until cooked. Crown

filets with caps. Add a little more

butter to pan. melt, add jarce ot

half a lemon and chopped pars

ley. Pour pver filets and serve

Nixon's Mother
Our Of Hospital,
'Doing Very Well'
WASHINGTON. Dec. 5 f UP)

Hannah Nixon, mother of Vice
president Richard M. Nixon, was
reported "Doing very well" at

Nixon's home, here today after a

nosprtai stay. ; s a
A spokesman in the Vice presi president's
dent's president's office said Mrs. Nixon was

released from the Walter Reel

Army Medical Center about two
weeks ago and has been at Nixon's

hflme since that time.
The Vice president's mother
spent about three weeks at Walter

Reed where she was hospitaliz-l

ea tor observation and a series of

tests, the spokesman said.

piping hot. Puree of cliesnutj ct.. J

iwmh am nnu wu iiru VSUlriOV

Daae, juiuu cciery aia maine('' maine(''-turnips
turnips maine(''-turnips or potatoes will make ttn!
anerfect meal. As a mm do! ua

lingenberries or fresh stewed crantilS

ernes. .,, ..-.v; w ; 'y, u
Both of these sauces -. are ior
venison: i, .'-"'

Hr.ru4 aiul inrlr.1 O.i1''5

1-2 cud of anrlcot nuha thwiirtrW

.I...! AAA 1 ... i o 2iVf

sugar; then simmer; Thicken witfr,"."
a-little cornstarch worked smooth ; !'

with the syrup. Simmer again and;''

or I l-z tablespoons apricot vbrah

ay. maae un wnn juice oi i--"'
lemon. H'2r'-:',,7 ';;r

out Eniisn waimrr sauce; one

Pun ivf 4ii1p frnm iilplrll KIbaV

walnuts. Add two oi the C nuts

themselves, six chopped caper's,'
2 or 3 teaspoons of bloater or
chovy paste; two teaspoons .fineV

ly chopped cMves or shaUoU,,;,
teaspoon brandy. Simmer Just once

and rub through sieve, r Excellent

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If you are about ready to leayi

vour house to keen an appoint-..

ment -when an unexpected gu M
arrives, explain the situation,;;
lmmed,lately. It isn't rude to tell;,
a drop-rn pallor- thatxyqu My
an appointment to keep, U ; vJW
But it is rode to keep the par,
son with whom you have the
appointment waiting while 'jM','
entertain an unexpected fuest

Easy Way To Kill
Roaches And Anls
Sclentlsti Recommend that yon eon.
trol roachef and anil the modern
way with Johnston'a NO-BOA CH.
Brushed juit where yon want It
(table legs, cabinets, sills, asphalt
tile, etc.). The colorless eoatlnc kills
these pests. It's effective for months,
sanitary,- and easy to see.
S ot. 8MM pint l.OT at Bella Vista
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hambagnada at thcErabassy res

dence on La Cresta next WesneS

ay, Dec. I.-am Dean of we i"P-

omatie, ladies. Mrs. vasse wm

onr. Mrs.. Carlos d la KSPneua

lwifMof the Costa Rican 'Ambas

sader with this, party ti X' m

yui'iuks ,mva ;,,..;. --v --j-.-.

f Mtat Walter Henrv Olms of St

touis, 1issouri, arrived, by plane
arlv -Sunday morning and is the

hnniHifaeiit of Mrs. -Natalia de

Mlnna Mm Dim ii ; here' for

LhrnHvixit tn attend the. marriage

for her daughter. ..Iis8 Mararet

!MrV"nim la Dr. JullO t l a

tWnnd" tvhinh will lake dUC at the

jMirS'ulous Medal Church on Satu

CaPrntf Mrs. Laev f ,: v
Enttfrtaln For '

Cabt. andMr.?iiarry 1. icy

L f.rt Rioi aave. a cocktail par

fa lst evening for CWO Frances

Chopinrk ana Mii.i onenuc. wuw

.r. Uitini? from Chile.

The" Sherlock ate leaving tomor

brow morning.' j v

Dr. fihii Twnnd
Will AddniM
Wrnina Guild

wing tne winiutiuuu.
fi mhirh all members, 'are

Grged to attend, the Morning
r.nild of St. Luke's,, Cathedral, An-

con tjSU "meet at nin? tomorrow

MemESrs will have the opportuni

ty of hearing ;ur, Jonn a. town

J "..J. ,v,,. 7

JEETIPS

tach aotica for inclusion in taw
column 1 huW tbmiMd w
lytcwrtttta form a"d maila
thi bm aumbOT lUtad daily in So So-clat'and
clat'and So-clat'and Ofhrwii," dalivarad
Kd I the ffie. Ntle l
mtatins cannftt atcptd
talephbn. ;

Panama Skl Club

MfaTemorrw
a mootintf nf Mi. Panama Ski

Clubvill be held tomorrow night

;W O'CIOCK ,1Jne. jwuva,

Auditorium.

at fftJO

s.'i.:.

a! members are urged, to at

tend since in addition to th dis dis-cusfton
cusfton dis-cusfton of v matter which will be
of Onefit to all members; two co
lorlms,nnwatet'Skiing will be
hoSm. The Movies ; will last ap-

profimatelyf one hour:

Att persons' in Panama city and

the anafe tone inieresieu iu w w-ter
ter w-ter Skiing? cordially, invited

KAY IDENTIPISS VICTIMS
AKENisS.d.KUP) -Three Sol-

I Sunday of carbon monoxide pois pois-f
f pois-f onitJS were identified by Army au authorities
thorities authorities at Fort Gordon Ga ;' to-

iayS f ';V'.
" a
Tfilre Were :, .IRodney David David-ionl?,
ionl?, David-ionl?, ,of Corpus Christi, Tex.;
Norman Hobert 18, San Diego,
Califs and Edward ,L. Lloyd, 22.
Detroit, Mich.

V

send discuss "Means of Prayer
and Use of the Prayer Book..' An

imnortant business meeting.jdeal

ins orimarilr with problems and

projects for the Bazaar at Spring

Festival, ww louow. r

C.Z. Art Lagm
Will Maid flaction!

The canal zona ati jueague win
meet in the library of the ; JWB

on Sunday afternoon, Dec. IS at

4 o'clock. --'.V: ;

There will be a reporrot ht

year's activities of the Art League

and election of officers for the

commg year..

All members are asked to be

present.

Capt. And Mrst Rowley

Clbrat Silvtr

Anniversary

Capt. and Mrs. Samuel Rowlev

of Los Bios' .'gave a party i a s t

Friday night at their home to eel

ebrate their twenty-fifth wedding

anniversary.

Guests who attended were Mrs.

Dorothy Towers, their daughters.

Capt. and Mrs. Eugene Shipley,

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Orvis. Cant

and. Mrs.- Sydney Peterson, Capt.
and Mrs. Samuel' Johnson Capt.
and Mrs. Earl Peterson, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Bourgeois. Capt. and

Mrs. Christian Gundersen, Miss
Estelle Frankle. Mr. and Mrs.

Leigh Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs.

Landen GUnn, Mrs. .I ce Pierce.

Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly, Mr. and

Mrs, Wallace Thrift. Mr. and Mrs.

Robert "Thomas, Capt. and Mrs.
Archibald Springthoip, Mr. and
Mrs. Wiliam Cawl, Mrs. Gertrude
Connard. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold

Hudgins, Mr- and Mrs. Wtldron

Eldridge. Mr. and Mrs. Paul

Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Charles

Cavanaugh.

r 1 tutiMYp?r

Teenager Fall To See
Immaturity Of Their Acts

When thlr 15-year-old daughtei

ran ou. and married rue 19-year

old boy she had been dating fro

several months,' her parents were

stunned with disbelief. ." .'

They shouldn't nave1 been. h in

fact, it was a possibility they

should have considered; when they
let their tenth-grauer start dating
a boy who. was '1 ? ,h hign

school and was working.

The Doy, no longer iinaciauy

dependent on his parents, could

do as he pleased. It disn't take

him long to convince the irl that

her parents were too strict, that

she cad a right to lead her own

life, and that if they were married.

there : wouldn't be anything the

parents could bd about 't.
And sure enouh, there wasn't.
For by the timt. the parents found

Reform School Grad

Shrinks From Body

Of Girl He Killed

Aciress Diana Dors

Filing To Divorce

Dennis Hamilton

LONDON, Dec. 5 (UP) Bosomy

British actress Diana Dors today

filed suit for divorce from her
estranged, husband, Dennis Hamil Hamilton,
ton, Hamilton, and named a pretty 21-year-old
television actress as core-

pondent.

The suit included tne name of

Miss Shirley Ann Field, but the

exact grounds for the action could

not be revealed unlll the court

heard thet case. v

Miss Dors made tne headlines

last, week' when she became in

volved, with her current boy

friend muscleman Tommy Year-

dye, in i fracas with a policeman.
Veardye was arrested on a trif trif-f'c
f'c trif-f'c viol at 1 0 n and Miss Dors

arced that In making the arrest

the policeman assaulted Tier; Her I

arm was encased in a photogenic
oihk iilk slirie when she made the

iormal complaint in court against

the policeman..
Miss Dors was married to Ham

ilton in July, 1951. -whn she was

a 19-year-old film starlet. She left
their Thames sid? dream- house

last April after what their house

keeper described as a "terrible

row. '

The marriage has been a stormy

one, and has featured the favorite

prop of movie parties the swim swimming
ming swimming pool. :
: It happened in Hollywood,, when

Hamilton knocked photographer
into a pool because, he said, the
photorapher had just dunked his
blond wife.

CHICAGO (UP) wA teen aed

sex slayer described how he

bludgeoned a young girl with

rolling pin, then went to work
with the instrument the followine

day at his father's bakery.
Robert M. Fleig. 17, gave a de

tailed description of. the., murder
of Mary Lou Wagner, 14, several
hours after a nerve shattering.

scene at the county morgue where

ne was torCed to stare at his vie

The young reform school gradu

ate, whose violent career bean
several years ago when he
whipped bis father with a rubber
hose, told police ho made sexual

advances to the young errl in

borrowed car Friday night. She

resisted him as he ripped at her

c Lining, and he beat her uncon

scious with a rolling pin, Fleig

Said.

He then drove to an outlying

suburb and attempted "to make

love to the dazed: girl aam. Mary
Lou continued to fight, Fleig said.

"and I hit her some more", with

two by four he found on

the ground. He dumped her.boJy

in a lagoon..

Returning to Chicaao, he said.

lie siached the rolling pin behind

a gamage pan, cleaned it the Hol Hollowing
lowing Hollowing morning and spent the day

voi-King at his father s bakery.

.Dr. victor Levine. however, dis-

puieu ine ueians ci tne Slaying,
the ferocity of wbich indicated

more than one person ivas in-

olved. -fits T-,Vi";, '-,,
ISFleig 'brought" to' the county

morgue, weeping openly as he

looked upon Mary Lou's battered

face. Police prevented him from
burying his face in iiis facket and
demanded to know who hts ac accomplice
complice accomplice was. ',
Screaming, "Take me Out of
liere," Fleig identified Ervin (Mis (Mississippi)
sissippi) (Mississippi) Bolin, 20, as his part

ner in crime. He later, withdrew
the identification, saying "I would
Have done anything to get out of
there."

our .about the runaway marriage.

t baby was on the 'way.. All they

could say, to their daughter was

"We dtdn t choo marriage lor
you. You chose it. for yourself.
Now you will have to assume all

of .its obligations and .responsibi .responsibilities."
lities." .responsibilities." If the boy and the girl have e-

nough character, despite their

youth they may make a go 01 -tne
marriage. It won't be easy. Both

willhave given up a lot for their

shortsightedness.
NO ADVANTAGES

The irl will nave given up her

chance for an aduration made

easy ny parents anx'ous to giver

her every advantase. The boy will

be stuck in the small job he has
because with a wile and child to

support he can't afford to take
chances. .

It isn't the kind of start in life

thoughtful, loving, conscientious

parents! would choose for their

children.

But, in a way, it is one -of .he
choices the girls's parents of-

ferd her when tbey let her start

dating a boy old enough to be on
his own and to feel he could offer
her marriage.
) "What difference does it make
that he is older than I am?" teen teen-ae
ae teen-ae girls who are flattered by the
attention of an older boy ask their
parents.
- Instebd of listening to. the girl's
immature arguments, the parents,

should s-y, "it ..akes -a lot of

difference," and sit down and ex

plain the, facts as they see them.

Rep. Keating Urges
Congress To Clear

'Disability" Snafu

WASHINGTON. Dec. S (UP)

Rep: Kenneth B. Keating (R-N.Y.)
has urged Congress to clear up
as soon as possible next year the

'historic snafu over presidential

desability."

Byrd Wants Tax Cuts As Trade Spur;
Heard Bad News At White House

The ranking Republican on the

House Judiciary Committee said
the public now' is "attuned" to the
problem because of President Ei Eisenhower's
senhower's Eisenhower's recent mild stroke.

Keating said last night that any

additional studies, by Congress on
alternative courses, such as the
Vice president taking over in time

of presidential disability, would be

waste of time..
He has proposed that president!

al disability be determined by

10-member commission composed

of ; Cengressmen, federal judges

and Cabinet officers, with the Vice

president as non-voting chairman

It is the only plan which will

have widespread publ8c support

Heading said. "It is this or no

thing, i

" vBut he said the method of de1

termining the President's disabi

lity was secondary'to the necessity

of Congress "to do something.

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Chairman Harry F. Byrd of the

Senate Flnanace Committee said

today that a tax reduction next
year would provide a "stimulant

to ousiness lmproDemeni.

The Virginia Democrat, leader

of the Senate economy block, also
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Byrd said in a speech prepared

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But he said "if the missile cri

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direction, we 'must find ways to
spend less in other directions."
Byrd gave the business leaders
a pessimistic account of the
White House meetings he attended
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reign foreign policy plans.

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he added.

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Chesterfield

Has Worries; Holdouts,
Injuries Handicap Club

By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Chesterfield manager Stanford Graham's cup
of woe was running over today as his team girded its
loins for tonight's game with the sharp-looking Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja Yankees at the Olympic Stadium at 8
o'clock.

First, the smoker .skipper, who,
i nt nf a two-vear re
tirement" to take over the club
Which finished second to Cerve Cerveza
za Cerveza Balboa under Andy Cohen
last winter, has been unable to
sign ace right handcr number to
Robinson who has been a veri veritable
table veritable workhorse and a
clutch pitcher for Chesterfield
these last few seasons.
Then, sophomore outfielder
Eddie Napoleon, who was one oi
the squad's top hitters in Ins first
Reason has failed to come to
Ky terms with the from of office.
fice. office. Add the above to the ankle in in-1urv
1urv in-1urv which took flyhawk Rodman
Nuftez out of the lineup Sunday
nlEht In the opener which the
Smokers dropped to Cerveza
Balboa 7-2 and you 11 admit
that Graham has problems ga galore.
lore. galore. Robinson, who 1s the proper property
ty property of the World Champion Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves, rep ortedly
wints S200 per month more
h has hpMi offered.
The stringbean right hander
treues that last season nc wao
such a "ready and willing" work-
V Tvifnhprt a total 01 "3
Innings which topped any other
hurler s recora on we "c
had a 5-4 slate.
Robby led the Class AAA In International
ternational International League in wins last
summer with-an 18-7 record.
Later he toured with the Willie
Mays barnstormers through Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, Miami, the Dominican Re-
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With your help we might avoid hav hav-'
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Please save electricity from 9 am.
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Vieja

Manager
public Nicaragua, Panama and
thp wpst. roast
KTannlpnn nnnpared In 28 OI
Chesterfield's 30 games in his
rookie season and nit a com com-menrlahle
menrlahle com-menrlahle .292. Only two SmoK-
ers hatted higher. Nunez (13
game.V, hit .308 and Clyde par par-ris
ris par-ris (27 contests), pounded the
ball at a .298 pace.
Unoinciai reports nave n
that the fast but erratic fly fly-chaser
chaser fly-chaser and the front office are
apart by $100.
Niifip' whn Is a eood hitter
and fair'fielder, twisted his right
anHo nninfnllv as he slid into
third base in the fourth Inning
In Sunday nignt s game.
He could naraiy waiK to me
dressing room a couple of frames
later and the ankle was badly
swollen.
As of now the onlv established
defensive outfielder on the
Smoker roster is Bobby Fresco tt.
However. Johnny Reld, a New
Vork Vankpe farmhr.nd. is ex
pected to arrive hera soon to help
fill the yawning gap in cnester cnester-fiplri's
fiplri's cnester-fiplri's outer nastures.
uranam nas announcea icii,
hander Jim O'Reilly, who was
with Birmingham. Class AA
Southern Association, before he
went into the Armed Forces in
1956. as his starting pitcner to tonight.
night. tonight. Carta Vieja manager Billy
Shantz, who is shooting for his
club's second win in as many ap appearances
pearances appearances In the young cam campaign,
paign, campaign, will counter with right
hander Bill Franco, who toiled
for Sioux City, Class-A Western
League last summer.
A Smoker victory would cre create
ate create a three-way tie, while a
Yankee win would increase
their lead to ft full game over
Cefveza Balboa which they
edred 2-1 Tuesday nit lit.
Veteran outfieicler-firsc base-1
man Gerry Thorne, who played-
tnr manv vears wirn i.np oeiuncL
Spur Cola team and Cerveza Bal
boa, now wears a smozer uni uniform.
form. uniform. Portly Gerry, who was a
big homerun threat in his hey heyday
day heyday grounded oat in a pinch
hitting appearance Sunday night.
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to be forgiven

Clayton Open
Second Round
Set for Sunday
The second round of the Ft.
niavton Oren will be played
Sunday, Dec. 8, at the Fort Clay
ton Golf course. M
triioht. alienments and start-
ine times are as follows. Figures
following the names represent
scores recorded In the first
round:
Championship Flight
Hearne, 79 Connor, 75 Brown
77 0800. r
jagger, 80 Harrison, 81 Jacs
81 0810.
May, 81-Kfcley,v8I vintes,
oo nnon
Erhalt, 85 Byarj, 85 Shank,
87 Goodnough, 89 0830.
4th Flight
Kelly, 83 Jacobsen, 90 Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, 95 0840.
Slager, 101 Jansen, 102 Sav
age; 103 0&5O.
Leheny, 108 waison, u
Walton, 108 Hanlen, 111 0900.
Srd Flight
Taf fe. 87 Almeda, 88 Hill, D,
95 0910.
Matasic. 98 Simpson, io
Milam, 104 0920.
Smeraglia, 112 wunams, iuo
0930.
2nd Flight
T.aminir 89 Manfield, 89
nispn on nQ4n
Voth, 90 Messner, 92 Travis,
96 0950.
Stevenson, 96 Hawkinson, 99
Larsen, 107 Reish, 98 1000.
1st Flight
Wood,
79 Coniski, 79 Knoll,
Binder, 82 Barger, 82 Clover,
84 1310.
Turko, 86 Coffman, 86 Che
ney, 87 1320.
Massoud, 89 Bishop, 89 Doo
ley. 90 1330.
Strom, 90 Marietta, 91 John
enn OA 1 140
Players are requested to re report
port report to the starter 10 minutes
nrnr tn srherilllpfi tee-Off.
The course will be ODen to
tournament players oniyK
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Professional
CartaVieja

INFIELDERS
5 Tony Bartlrome
14 Chet Boak
11 Bob Barron
2 Jim Hendricks
; 4 Spider Wilhelnl
" 16 Corky Glamp
21 Joe Clark
26 Jim Welch
OUTFIELDERS
,18 Don DeGroote
8 Whltey Schmidt
.9 Johnny Kropf
, PITCHERS
22 Bob Aylmer
17 Carl Duser
19 Jim Umbricht
10 Bill Franco
7 Jerry Davie
6 Miguel Tuflon
CATCHERS
12 Billy Shantz (Mgr.)
23i Gene McGaughey

AY Giants Coach

Lions Will
Pro Gridders Want
To Talk To Owners
And Not Sue Them
v?vt amfi nhin fTJP) The
National Football League Players
Association mdicaiea iouj-
wants to. talk to club owners, not
sue them.
Association attorney Creighton
Miller said Tuesday the suit
threatened for fl1",,"" "E?
filed "at this time," pending the
outcome of talks sometime this
months with NFL Commissioner
Bert Bell.
Benching of the lawsuit was an-
-j v.., viiiur a pr lie got in
fnf instructions in
for instructions 111
meeting of club owners Sunday in
PhilauSlphia.
The club owners affirmed recog recognition
nition recognition of the association which
Be 1 made during an ippearance
before a Congressional subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee The owners also acceded to
all" but one of the players' de demands
mands demands a share of the cham championship
pionship championship game receipts to be used
by the association for whatever
purpose they decide upon.
Miller said that prior to the
Philadelphia meeting severa club
v nuaoeipu . take up
0.wnerA.s"!s"i rPll because the
SmeT.. Soiled by the com com-SfitoMr.
SfitoMr. com-SfitoMr. Miller said the associa-
t on cut perhaps 5 per cem
would be usd to establish some
sort of players' tund.
ROCKET FISHING
VT.F.ETWOOD, England (UP)
The crewmen of a B.rliisl1 trawier
.. o chinp trm today
reuoneu mc .e, -.
that thev caught a rocket and
hfL it back. Edward Hood, sk ta
per of the tralwer Gula, said me
nlastic rocket was- caught m the
nets. He said the rocKet s eau
fell off and displayea wires anu
mechanism. He said they threw
it back because "we did -not risk
making a close examination oi
the object."
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League

Team

Balboa
INFIELDERS
Name
; Hector Lopez
. .Clarence Moore
Alonso Brathwalte
Harold Gordon
. Herman Charles
OUTFIELDERS
Reinaldo Grenald
Pepe Osdrio
Billy Shields
Floyd Robinson
PITCHERS'
; Winston Brown
Carlos Thome
Dave Benedict
Roosevelt Evans
Lev Spencer
JUsto Hudson
Anselmo.Correa
Stanley Arthur
CATCHERS ;
Leon KeUman (Mgr.)
Arnold Barnes
COACH
Godwin Moore
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19
14
4
5
17
3
20
18
11
12
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Paul Bryant Signs
Ten-Year Contract
At $17,500 Annually
HOUSTON. Tex. fUP) Paul
Bear) (Bryant will receive an an annual
nual annual salary of $17,500 under his
new 10-year contract as coacn ana
athletic director at his alma ma
ter, the University of Alabama.
Dr. Frank A. Rose, president presidentelect
elect presidentelect at Alabama, announced the
terms of Byrant's contract Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night from his- hospital bed
in Lexington, Ky.. wnere ne is
confined with a slipped disc. Bry Bryant
ant Bryant was receiving $15,000 annually
at Texas A&M.
Dr. Rose, who takes over his
new post at Alabama on the same
day Bryant moves in, said Bryant
would have "free rein" to bring
his entire coaching staff with him
from 'Texas a&m. He -saia jerry
Claiborne? now an assistant 'at
Missouri and a former member of
Bryant's- A&M staff, would also,
come to Alabama.
Rrvftnt's action in sisninz the
contract came Ies3 than 24 hours
after he asked for an received a
release from the final seven years
of his 10-year contract with A&M.
At Alabama he will succeed J.B.
Ears Whitworth as coach and
will assume the athletic director directorship
ship directorship which has been hCld by Hank
Crisp.
SERVICE
CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:11
Henry Fonda
Lea J. fcobb
"12 ANGRY MEN"
CRISTOBAL I'M
Hock Hudson
Martha Hyar
"BATTLE HYMN"
DIABLO T:04
Jane Russell -Gilbert
Roland
"THE FRENCH LINE"
MARGARITA, :15, 7:50
Cornel Wild v'
Yvonne Dt Carlo f
"PASSION"
GATUN'
' 1M
"THE IRON GLOVE'
FARAISO
:15 S:M
LA BOCA
"S.O.S. TIDAL
"HOLD THAT
WAVE" and
"HOODLUM
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HYPNOTIST"
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SANTA CRU8
CIS :
.Gene Kelly
"THE HAPPY
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Chesterfield
' INFIELDERS -'
4 Clyde Parrls .; :
10 Manito Berna;d
12 Ellas Osorio
9 Carlos Heron
13 Nicholas Aloysius
2 Eugenlo Houradeau
17 Frank Austin
OUTFIELDERS
7 Bobby Prescott
Eddie' Napoleon
8 Henrv Mltcliell
3 Rqdman Nunez
14 Gerry Thorne :
" PITCHERS
11 Humberto Robinson
6 s Leonardo Ferguson
BobVeritch
20 Jim o'Rielly
14 Jim DePalo
.19 Alberto Osorio
16 Jose Lisondro
CATCHERS
5 Marcos Cobos
1 Abdiel Flynn
MANAGER
15 Stanford Graham
Believes
By EARL WRIGHT u
Coach Jim Lee Howell believes
the JJetroit Lions will keep his
iew VorK Giants "alive" la tiie
National FooiDall League's East Eastern
ern Eastern Division race Sunday fcy wmp-
ping tne cieyeiana iiiuwns.
ueirou is iew norit s ouiy nupe.
The Giants, ueiencnng league and
Eastern Division cnainpiuns, trail
Coach Paul Brown Cleveland
team by Ivj games with omy two
games to go.
A tie or a victory asainst De
troit wilt-give tne urowus tne ti
tie Deiore tne Giants get a ciacit
at tnem in iNe'w Xork Dec. lo.
Hnupn alsrr Rnriws tne Lions
neea a victory to stay in tne West
ern Division race, lue Lions anu
san F rancisco iatrs trial tne urst-
piace itafumore coils Dy a game.
ine Giants can swat out tne De-troit-cieveianu
game in irout ol
ineir iv seis because jSew Ybrs;
plays the bieeiers at i'ltCsbuiti.
oatuiday atietnoon.
Close Game Expected
The oddsmakers back Howell's
belief tnat tneu ions may do nis
Giants a favor. Ino (Browns and
Lions are rated wen' lor tneir
tmKKS stadium gamu. Tne Gi anu
are iavored over tne bteelers dj
V2, ana tne 9ecs are 2Vs point
choices to beat the visiting cons
in tnq, otner Key games.
In Sunaay's omer games, thj
Bears are lavored over tne Cara
nais by six tor their annual cm cm-cago
cago cm-cago clash, the Ranis are lavored
over, the Green Bay fackers m
V-i at Los Angeles and the lied
SK1I1S IIIC ittVUICU UllI WC x
Uelphia Eagles by seven at Wasn;
inton.
Tommy O'Connell, who tops th
Ion one 'o nassine standiuss. Aas
cnminaH ankU and inav not ulav
for Cleveland. Milt Plum, a rookie
from Penn State, is cieveiana s
Wo 9 sional-rallpr. Lavne. who led
Detroit to victory over Cleveland
in the 1952 and 1953 championship
games, "has a bruised shoulder.
Colts in Good Shapa
The Colts are in good shape and
San Francisco did not suffer any
additional injuries during its 27-17
viftnrv nver the Giant last week.
Th. Pnll have won 'onlv one of
in oames in California, but this
mav t their vear to snap that
jin ...
The Steelers are in good condi
tion but John Bookman, a defen
sive back, and Gene Filipski, an
.vffoneitr hark. 1T1.1V not DlaV IOr
th r.iants. The came will start
n. '1W1 n m A i t.
Norb Hecker and Joe Scudcro,
Washington's best defensive backs,
arc out for the season. Lineman
ciiWlr anH defensive' back
Rocky Ryan are out of the Eagle
lineup but all-league nneoacKer
Chuck Bednarik is ready to play
again.
Th Ram exccDt for rookie tac
kle George Strugar, are set ior
the Packerr.
This week's' selections: Lions
(6-4) over Browns (8-1-1). Forty Forty-Niners
Niners Forty-Niners (-4) over Colts (7-3),
Giants (7-3) over Steeiers t4-sj,
Rams (4-6) over Packers (3-7),
Bears 4-6) over Cardinal (Z-7),
Redskins (3-8-1) over tales i-o.
. a
ASSISTANT TRAINER DIES
MIAMI (UP) Bart Sweeney
57-year-old assistant to veteran
trainer Sunny Jim Fitisiramons,
died followmg a nean uac
Tuesday. Sweeney, whose assign
ments includea caring ior
horses as Nashua -nd Bold Ruler.
was taken to a hospital snoru.
an-ivin hpre lSt FrlOaV
for the atart of the winter racing
rseason. x ;c.; j '. i 1
STRING SNAPPER
NORMAN, Via. (NEA) Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma ran 120 offensive plays a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Missouri 100 against Texas
104, a ( a i 1 1 Kansas. The
Sooners won U. But against Notre
Dame in losing, the Sooners ran
only 58. v

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Teams
J Carta Vieja ,'.'.,
verveza tsamoa- .
Chesterfield
$
. Lost
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field (O'Rielly). '-ti iZZX
1 Came time: 8:00 p.m.
Saturday: Cerveza Balboa vi. Chesterfield (8:00 pm.')
Sunday: Carta Vieja vi. Cerveza Balboa (8:00 p.m.). J;

Brown; O'Gonnelt Groza tea
Pro Grid League Departments

PHILADELPHIA (UP) Jimmy
Brown, Tommy O'Connell and Lou
Groza put a" touch of autumn
brown to the National Football
League statistics, today as the
three Cleveland stars lea tne loop
in as many categories. v
Brown, with a ..57-yard game
against the Chicago Cardinals,
nevertheless widened his gap as
the league s leading rusner to
yardf witn I'll) game net oi oo.
O Conneii stayed in irom as me
league's leading passer with a
11.17 average, and Gros;a broke a
triple tie to take over as leading
Scorer with -66, points.
Tommy wuson oi ims iHgcica,
and Rick Casaresj)f the Chicago
Ooni-. ir9H.1i ninrps amone tne
rushers with Wilson moving into
0pnnH Tilacp witr. 6U1 yaras anu
Casares, the 1956 champion, drop
ping to third wan yaras.
O'Connell-s 11.17 average was
two yards better than that of little
Eddie Le Baron of Washintoi,
who aeldidown second place.
Unitas continued as we top
STEELERS-GIANTS ON TV
PITTSBURGH (UP) Satur
day's National Football League
game between the I'lttsDurgn
Steeiers and ivew xora vnauia
will start at 1:30 p.m. e.s.t. in
order to enable local fans to see
the University of Pittsburgh-Mi
ami ( Fla. ) name from tne urange
Bowl on television. The Steelers-
Giants -fiame also will he tele
vised.
RACING INTERESTS STYMIED
BAtTiMORE fUf ) interesis
nroin the consolidation ot nm-
lico and Laurel racing dates at
T .....I vflar-aA a spthack TueS-
day when the Legislative Council,
an interim Douy uii v
tween 'session's of the State Gen-
1 A..mhlv vntprt 9 10 I
aeainst submitting the proposal to
I a .... .-.1 L A..Ann.
'the legislature wneu ii mu""
in February.
' WELL ACQUAINTED
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New
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Tlillv Wilcnn nf San .VranIcnA
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Aaotl naKTia1 fnnf.'1ao UT..1r.nn
Wilson retained first nlara uuilh l i
receptions and Mc Clairen had 40. i
uroza s 6 points -, 27 conver-1
oinnc anH 13 fip.il 0nala hail him 4
four points ahead of GeoiJe Blan-
da rof the .'Bears,1 fijk I f
jon Ameu ot los Angeies ook
over as kickoff return ieader, with
Don Chandler of New York the
leading punter; Bert Zagers of
Washington the punt return lead,
er and Jack Butler of Pittsburgh
the leader in pass interceptions
with nine, ..', ., .'
Wins! ForlHlSi
ADELAIDE, Australia, DeK 5-
(UP) Veterans Vic Selxas and
Herb Flam scored, ; smsshing
strntirht'. xt vintflries todnw -tO
send the United States ofCto a
commanding 2-0 lead over the
Philippines in the Davis Cup ten tennis
nis tennis inte'rzone semifina,Is
: A sparse crowa oi-s,ve w
the 34-year old Seixas from
Philadelphia require only 55
minutes to down Felicisslmo
Ampon, 6-1, 6-M 6-8, and;1:Jie
2-year old Flam from Beverly t
HiUs, Calif whlw Reymgndo
Deyro, 6-3 6-2, -2. rr;;
Those two triumphs gave ,th
United States an almos Jnsur Jnsur-mountabie
mountabie Jnsur-mountabie 1 lead irti the-; best-6f
five series Tvhich resumes Fri Friday,
day, Friday, with the doubles match and
concludes Saturday I with; 'the
last two sineles matches., iTne
United States can clinch 'tlie
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THEIR MAN Antonio Rocca, who has turned wrestling into
New York's best indoor gate attraction was carried to the
dressing room by admirers after he finished a winning tag
team match- Rocca, who can do no wrong, caused a minor
ring-side-riot that was for, real, as broken bottles and hurled
chairs attested at Madison Square Garden, when he slammefl
opponent Dr. Jerry Graham head first into a ring post.

Horse Racing's Lack Of Prize
F6r, 'Rookie-Jockey-Of-Year'
Deprives John Ruane Of Title

By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK (UP)y "Tis sad in indeed
deed indeed that racing hut tio "rookie-of-the-year"
year award that could
be hartdeff to such a deserving lit little
tle little apprentice as Irish John Ruane
for tis' 1957 riaing acnieyemeius,
- t Perhaps hisal ; -winner at Ja
niipB. Belmont and; Saratoga
and at least 20 others at lesser
tracks .will inspire ; the Thor Thor-ougfibredl
ougfibredl Thor-ougfibredl Racing Associations to
Annr-ntirM : have ; been over

( looked by the TRA, which has its

horse of theyear and its best
in each -age division. They like-
haup hpon sli anted by the
New York Turf Writers' Associa
which has its best jockey
trirtnr ettf.. but -no top. rdokie
designation.
v:'ri:'.i-'."v, '.; rj'-ii "'" ."
' Won Kentucky. Derby
At Si sorrel-thatcBed, fair-com-Alexioned
Ruane lias- captivated
'America racing fann more com
pletelr than any, apprentice iince
the rremarkab!e ; novitiate of .Bill
.-.QianH in i949-'E0.- Texas Bui
! m,nitMA his aoorenticeship
rinrinnlv bv uiloting Middle-
. ground. to victory ii the 1950, Ken
John Crow May
Wind Up Most
Honored Gridder
: NEW YORK (UP) John Crow,
All-America ; halfback Jrom- Texas
, A&M, may wind, up as the most
honored player of the 1957 college
football season,
The 22-year-old star of the Gator
Bowl-bound Aggies Tuesday was
named winner of the Heisman
Memorial Trophy,: awarded annu-
allv to the nation's outstanding
fclaver. t
Crow previously was named to
the Unitcdv Fress au-a m e r i e a
team and was voted college foot
ball's "Back of the Year" in the
United Press poll. He also was the
first choice of the Chicago Cardk
nalsv.' an?' v the 1 National Football
Leaeue -draft. ; ..
In the balloting for the HZAN
Trophy, Crow won by a land slide
by totaling 1,183 points. Alex ar
ras, IowVj 233-pound All-America
tackle, finished a distant second
,with 693 Doints, Walt Kowalczyk.
.All-Americj halfback from Michi

gan State, was third with 630,
, They were followed by Lou Mi-

" chaels, All-America tackle from
.Kentucky, with S30 points afld

quarterback Tom jForrestal of
Other-4 players who received

, votes included Jim, Phillips of Au-

- rum, &oo Anderson ol Army, Dan
Currie of Michigan flate, Clendon
Thomas of .Oklahoma, Lou Grost-

cup of Utah, King Hill of Rice.
Boo Stransky or Colorado, Bill
Krtsher of Oklahoma and Don
Clark of Ohio State
- Crow will receive the Heisman
Trophy at a dinner in New York's
. Downtown Athletic Club Dec IL

BOOTS FOUR WINNERS HOME
CORAL GABLESt f1a.(UP
Jerry Truman accounted for four
winners at Tropical Park Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The 27-year-oid jockey from
Los Angeles, Calif., scored on Gy Gyration
ration Gyration ($6.10), Risk Again (J10.6U)
lerrobe $13.40) and Midpassage

tucky Derby an unprecedented
feat. "'
Ruane, who registered his first
victory on April 23 aboard Trire Trireme
me Trireme at Jamaica, has been so suc successful
cessful successful since then that he recently
succeeded 41-year old Ted ; Atkin Atkinson
son Atkinson as contract rider, for the fa
mous Greentree Stable? i It ,s is.
owned by John Hay Whitney, am ambassador
bassador ambassador to England, and his sis sister,
ter, sister, cMrsVi' Charles Shipman: Pay-sonvia,i'-'V'"rvif.j;:
j
Entirely unofficial estimates of
Wee John's earnings this year
place them at between $30,000 ar.d
$40,000., And the hardboote of
Broadway predict "fifty grand and
up" for 1958. ;j

That's rich fodder, indecdi for
the four-fo0t-ll. 105 -pounder, who
never rode anything but a plough
horse on his father's farm m
County Mayo of the kmeraia )lsie,
before the Ruanes came 1 to the
United States in 1954 und 'stUnd
in suburban Woodside. And it's
very reassuring tor tne lad wjo
was oflerea but za a weew in a
purse factory of all places
when he lirst aonuea tor wors in
this country.
' Began as Barn Boy
Because of his discouragement
with employment (oppert(inities
and his liking for horses, he
siened on as a barn boj with
Greentree stable at tieimoni fars
He was not permitted to Inde
horse until he bad beed with
Greentree for six months. Then he
became an exercise boy. (Nearly
two years later he was permitted
to ride in a race. He had 24
mounts before his first winner in
The youngster hit his stride at
the Delaware meeting, ffien tied
Atkinson as the leading rider at
Saratoga. He was second to Atkm
son at Belmont-.; and ; hel top-tied
Bob Ussery with 39 winners at the
Jamaica meeting, whicB closed
Saturday.
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For Hunters
MEMPHIS (NEA) Duck hunt
ers, may venture forth on the
Mississippi River with the assur
ance that if they get in trouble
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mere wiu ue ou juempais pobis
ready to search for them.v
The Marine Rescue Squadron
was organized under the sponsor-
snip ot ue Mempnis. farks Recre Recreation
ation Recreation Department and cooperating
boat clubs. f.r v
Squadron volunteers will be call called
ed called by the Red Cross whenever
needed, in the same way the or
ganization calls our first aid vol
unteers in case of fire, floods and
other disaster.
The rescue boats are coordin
ated with Civil Air Patrol planes.
- "We are on call to helo in case
of any search on the river," says
Louis a. cooper, uAr representa representative.
tive. representative. "This includes lost airplanes
and boats, with or without hunt hunters
ers hunters and fishermen."
Volunteers are expected to shoul
der their own boat operation costs.
Its good to have' a purpose
for operating our boats," f com comments
ments comments George Murphy, president
the Dolphin Club, originator of
the idea and commodore of the
new rescue squadron.
Me waste 15 gallons of eas a
day just playing around on the
water."

With $190,500
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For 45 Players
; ; By! HAL WOOD
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo
Dec. 5(UP The minor leagues
vote today on the possibility of
changing the entire drafting ana
bonus structure of organized
baseball, following two days of
heated debate.
Tht big itejn is Commissioner
Ford fuel's proposal for an un
restricted araic mat wouia bj
low the ton clubs to draft i
whole team. If thev desired
Frick believes this would help
the advancement of the players
and at tne same time take some
of the "heat" off proposed anti antitrust
trust antitrust legislation.
The best guess Is that the
baseball men will stick with thrlr
present set-up on the Frick pro proposal,
posal, proposal, but may abandon the
present ruling of ; only one
draftee from each" club. Frick's
idea is that every player should
be eligible to the draft after four
years in one organization.
As the 5fith annual conven
tion neared the end of its ses sessions,
sions, sessions, it appeared thnt ?7
leagues would operate In 1958
. with about 190 cities compet competing
ing competing in the United Sates, Mex Mexico
ico Mexico and Canada. There were 28
leagues In, 1957 and the lone
casualty was the Class V Evan Evan-feline
feline Evan-feline Loop in Louisiana.
The touch-and-go P a, c 1 fic
Coast League season remained
In a state of flux with no deci
sion on whether the league ever
woum deposit a franchise in Salt
Lake City. Another meeting has
been called for this morning at
wnicn tne men nope to reach a
imai conclusion.
The road-block is the problem
of who will pay off the cost of
the Salt Lake franchise In the
Class C Pioneer League the
Salt Lake men who purchased
the Hollywood franchise, or the
Pacific coast League.
The Texas League continues
to negotiate with Mexico City
and Monterrey, but nothing con conclusive
clusive conclusive has been reached:
The Southern Association de decided
cided decided to continue its plans for
an eight-team league again,
with New Orleans slated as a
member,; as usual. The pelicans
aren't!, sure they'll. have a park
to play 1 feut President, Chafes
Hurth says the league will take
that (hurdle when it comes to it
The Class A South Atlantic
League, says President Bill
Terry again will operate with
eight teams, despite reports
that it would be cut to six.
"We'll have eight""teamjs play playing,
ing, playing, with or without workfiie
greements," said Terry, the one
time national League battuvg
champ.
- New managerial annolnlm en f a
uiciuaeu connie Ryan, ex-Milwaukee
coach, to pilot Seattle in
the Pacific coast League; and
Eddie Popowskl, last year's Al-
pany manager, handling Allen Allen-town
town Allen-town in the Eastern League.
The minor le&frnp
their drafting sessions yesterdav.
nurjln. .inn r n n . .
ojc'-'Jiiig $iu,ouu in tne two two-day
day two-day session while drafting 45
players.
BOWL CAME TELEVISED'
.NEW YORK (UPKwThe Colum Columbia
bia Columbia Broadcastin System will tel televise
evise televise the Dec. 21 Holiday Bowl
football game between Hillsdale
(Mich.) and Pittsburg Kan.)
from St. Petersburg, Fla., begin beginning
ning beginning at 1:30 p.m. e.s.t. Hillsdale,
with a 9-0 Record this season,
boasts college ioolball's longest
winnin streak, 34 games, while
Pittsburg won all 10 of its 1957
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CARIBBEAN COMMAND
LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL
TEAM
The Armed Forces Little League
has been in full swing since the
first of November. The teams are
hard at work in preparation for
the season opening game shortly
after Jan. l.
Have dropped in at Russell
Field, on the ISth Naval District
Annex, a couple of times to gatn gatn-er
er gatn-er some pre-season dope on the
Caribbean Command squad which
i mmnnsed- of bovs from Quar
ry Heights, Amador and Naval
District. ,
Found 11. Colonel H. W. "Wood-
i Post and his staff of coach
es in complete control of some
thirty-odd eager, energetic young
sters cantering around in an at
mosphere almost entirely itueq
with baseballs. Pjst informed me
the boys are divided into three
groups, for ease and efficiency in
handling Little Leaguers, Farm
Leaguers, and those with no pre
vious experience. 1
The enthusiasm oi an me
coaches clearly indicated why the
boys are kept at a high standard
of performance.
Due to tne neavy lurn-over ui
service personnel and old age (the
13th birthdoy disqualifies them)
there are not many regulars back
from last season.
Post wouldn't o out on a limb
by making any predictions. He
explained that it was too early
for that, inasmuch as he hasn t
had a good look at his pitching
staff and the boys haven't started
sharpening their nmmg m tne oai
Una rase. vet.
His theory is that a solid defen defensive
sive defensive club needs fewer runs to win
and the infield looked good to me
nartieularlv "down the middle."
Former Second baseman Post
seems to be concentrating on the
infield while the other coaches are
ahly handling the varied and nu numerous
merous numerous groups, r
Upon being invited to wander a a-round
round a-round I found Colonel. Tom Bar Bar-field
field Bar-field of Quarry Heights working
the beginners on ground and fly
halls. Over in another part of
the ball park Tex Miskell of A A-mador.
mador. A-mador. was keeping s close eye
on a group of pitchers and endea
voring, to instruct them, in stance
anrt delivery.
Farther along amidst what seem-
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ed to be an endless number of en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic boys we found Comman Commander
der Commander Rollo Miller of ISth Naval
District working with the minor
leaguers from which group certain
players will be selected to ad advance
vance advance and others to lorm the nu nucleus
cleus nucleus of the minor league team.
Wandering from group to group
with a word here and there was
Mike Barrett of Amador. Several
of the coaches were absent at the
time, M-Sgt. Fred Lane and Ma
jor Wally Emerson of Quarry
Heights were busy wrtn otner du duties
ties duties while Lt. Geo Brookshire and
Joe Short of Quarry Heights are
being transferred out of the area
authorized for the Caribbean Com Command
mand Command team.
Following is a rosier of the Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Command squad grouped
according to the Installation in
which they live:
QUARRY HEIGHTS
Tommy Barfield, Mike Bindul Bindul-slci,
slci, Bindul-slci, Bob Clark;- Bob E m m e 1 1,
Bob Emerson, Danny Kearns, Sil Silly
ly Silly Lane Bobby Lane, Bob Miller,
Bob Masenga,' Jeff Post, Ruddy,
Richardson, Jimmy Simmons.
ISth N.D.
Paul Batchellor, Ed Campbell.
Dickie King, Bruce Lehman, Tim
Moore, Keith Moore. Dave Parks.
Dike St. Angeio, Mark at. Agelo.
Russ Sexton, Ted Sexton, Tom
Senkier.
AMADOR
Tommy Bchari, Mike Bell Steve
Brigandi, Kim Cantor, Jim Cha Chavez,
vez, Chavez, Mike Cummings Bob Fernan Fernandez,
dez, Fernandez, Larry. Francisco, Dick Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Ed Gomez. John Ho Id a,
Jim Lenney, Disk Lovelace Bill
Russ, Pete Schoomaker Eric
Schoomaker, Scott Sewel.
I was greatly impressed by
what I saw and feel that this Lit Little
tle Little League Baseball Program is a
fine thing for the military and ci civilian
vilian civilian communities.
P.S. In a second attempt to
get a prediction out of Colonel
Post, he loosened enouh to state
firmly -that "win or lose our boys
will plav sound, exeitinz and
(Sean baseball to the very best
of their ability.
Good Luck to you fellers and
will see more of you as the sea season
son season comes along.
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rious various coaches around the nation
who are in hot water because of
poor records.
"It couldn't hurt me. this win winning
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"The school is only 10 years old.
We've been playing football only
seven years. We've graduated only
six classes which became inter interested
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FISHING ON THE MYAKKA
RIVER
By AL McCLAINE
Fishing Editor
When not busy promoting real
estate, Tom Ferris spends h i s
time selling Forida.
1 live in the Sunshine State,
and until a week ago nobody could
tell me anything about the back
country. Or so i thought.
Ferris led Steve Trumbull and
myse f down the Myakka River
on Florida's west coast, south of
Sarasota. It was a one-day trip
to Uoat 20 miles of what is un
questionable some of the most
beautiful iishing water.
Colonies of wood ibis, herons
wild turkeys, deer and all kinds
of game abound in the area and
unlike most boondock creeks, tne
Myakka is not mangrove banked
but rimmed with moss- estooned
oak, sweet gum and the myriad
growtns mat irom aaric oass-uuea
pools.
The past that vou can reacn
without the aid of a pioneer like
Ferris, is the fenceline below Lit
tle Myakka Lake. You would have
to cruise upstream by outboard
from Route 41 a distance of 15
miles, but it s far easier than ne
gotiating the hyacinth clogged
source.
Plan on camping out. There are
plenty of fish to be ciugnt and
swamp cabbage to cut. Witn
supply of ice and gas you could
live off the land.- Beside bass
there are big bream, speckled
perch and jumbo snook.
ON HOME GROUNDS
BLATIMORE (NEA) -Nick
Shuk was born in Chicago, but
the jockey found a home for him
self at Maryland tracks, Except
for 1955, when he was out with a
broken leg he has been the state's
leading rider since 1951.
Arrives
Cristobal.
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Jan. 4, 195S
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Dec. 9
'.Dec. 16
Dec. 23
Dec. 30
.Enero 6, 1958
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Tarpon move up the Myakka at
certain times of the year hut ev4
without lh iiver king in tvi-'.
denee there's more fishing on tap
than you'll see in many a moon,
The best time is from Novemi
ber to March. Catches of from 10
to 20 snook per rod are possible
even down in the relatively civil civilized
ized civilized reaches near Charlotte .Har- -bor.
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Bring plenty of jigs, spoons and
topwater plugs.

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Resorts Apartments

Saldwin'l furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
',' Smith, Balboa 3681.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Larte
J' Baach Horn. One mile past lha
Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS OcoanaJdt Cottages
Santa Clara. Bo 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3.1877. Cristobal M47J.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homos, on
baach. Phona Thopmson, Balboa
1772.
Houses
FOR RENT: Small houaa. 3
Mama with 500 meters land,
running pipe wator at Maria Eu Eugenia,
genia, Eugenia, Chilibro, $10 monthly.
Apply No. 1 12. Via Belisario Po Po-rrai.
rrai. Po-rrai. Phono 3-2474.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:
Baautiful chalat, two bedrooms.
Phona 3-6089.
FOR RENT: 2 chalets, 2 bad bad-room,
room, bad-room, hot wator, servants room
and aarrfon. Via Ispafia 97,
phona 3-3041.
2 FOR RENT: Clean furniihad
f room in tha bast residential eec-
J tion, near all bus stop. 43rd.
I ttroot No. 13.

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Firemen Airlifting
Foamite To Smother
, Big Refinery Blaze
! vrw rtUTKANS: Dec. 5 (UP)-

Fireraen were using 18,000 gallons
Of airlifted foamite ana now 10 10-day
day 10-day to fight an oil refinery blaze
h.f trtH with an explosion yes
terday afternoon and already has
done more than a million dollars
damage.
' sfiiat nf th Ineram Oil and
He-fining Cot, located about 10
miles east, of here on a marshy
bank if the Mississippi Kiver,
aid the fire was under partial
'control and could be contained u
adequate supplies of the flame flame-amothering
amothering flame-amothering foam are available.
The-huge refinery tanks are in interconnected,
terconnected, interconnected, however, and the en entire
tire entire 4 million dollar installation is
threatened unless firemen continue
to nntrnl the flames.
Cause of the explosion was not
known.
1 Via Espana
Tel. 3-0383
APPLIANCE
BARGAINS
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ator Refrigerator combination. 14 cubic
foot upright. Special brand
new Introductory offer.
Regular $875.00
Value for $650.00
"AMANA" Bulit-in Freezer
6.8 cubic foot. Can be placed
with or around your kitchen
cabinets or In any suitable
Installation. Coppertone fin finish.
ish. finish. New Introductory Offer.
Regular $595.00
Value for $399.00
"DEEPFREEZE" Chest type
freezer 9.3 cubic feet, special
brand new Introductory offer-
Kegular $438.00
Value for $325.00
Used "LEONARD" Electric
Rarjge Apartment size. Four
burners. Very little use. per perfect
fect perfect condition.
- V)rigtaaUy.... $225.00
-No $90.00
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ATTENTION. O. I.I Just built
modom furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, bat. cold wator."
Phone Panama 3-4941.

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FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with extra large living and
dining room, terraces, modern
closeti, maid's quarters, hot wat water,
er, water, all screenned in "Nuevo
Campo Alegre", close to 50th
street. Phono 3-3273, Panama.
FOR RENT: Beautifully all fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in Bella Vista,
Ave. Mexico 69 near 43rd St.
Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, ground floor, small
family. 45th street No. 18.
Phono 3-3016.
FOR RENT: Cool and comfort comfortable
able comfortable one bedroom apartment
suitable for small family in St.
Regis building Calls Darien for
details call: Panama 2-1455
During office hours.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment responsible person. Par Par-quo
quo Par-quo Lefevre First Street, No, 35.
Tel. 3-5823.
FOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 1 68 Via Belisario Porras.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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North East South West
1 Pass 1 W Pas
1N.T. Pass 3 Pass Pass-3
3 Pass-3 Pass 4 Pass
Past Pass
Opening lead A 10

THERE is an old Wall Street
expression that the Bull can make
money, the Bear can make mon money
ey money but that the hog gets nothing.
My old friend Walter Malowan
writes, "Here is a hand that may
amuse your readers. North should
certainly have found a stronger
rebid than one no-trump. I ima imagine
gine imagine two hearts would be correct
but a real overbidder might have
tried two no-trump. (Memo to
Walter: Two hearts is right. Only
you would bid two no-trump.)
Walter continues, "North should
have jumped to four hearts at his
next turn but he only bid three
and South went on to four. West
opened the ten of spades and
South looked at the dummy and
remarked cheerfully that it looked
as if his side had missed a grand
slam.
Thereupon South proceeded to
underplay the hand a lot more
than it has been underbid. He
won the opening lead in dummy
and for some reason best known
to himself proceeded to lead a
club to his ace. West rumped
and led a second spade which
East ruffed. AE club was led back
and West ruffed. South still had
to lose a club trick so he was
down one at four."
A most amusing hand and also
a rather interesting double dum dummy
my dummy problem. At a bid tf six
South might lead a trump to his
own hand at trick two and then
nlay a club toward dummy. In
the event that West should ruff.
South would make the hand oa
saueeze against East. He would
cash dummy's remaining high
spade and trump his own third
spade. Then when he eventually
played out his last trumo East
would be squeezed in clubs, and
aiamonas.
However. West could defeat sh
bv refusing to ruff that first cl'ib
lead. ThenNno matter how 5outh
olaved he would be unable to
bring home more than II tricks.
GERMAN JEWS RETURNING
nTTFscp'T.nntaF r:r riJPi
About 2.000 Jews a month have
returned to Germany during the
last year, it was reported tndxv.
Heinz Ga'inski. president of the
ierman Jewish Association, sain
11 in form or Herman citizens
hn flH their hnmn when threat
ened by the Nazis. Most of the
returnees are lavmg new homes
in Israel and South America to
come back to Germany, he said.
WATCH OUTI
RICHMOND, Ind. (UP) Agnes!
Connel 57. was recovering today i
rrnt in a charee
of the light brigade. A group of
children ran her down as they
burst out o a movie house show showing
ing showing the film "Operation Mad
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INTEBNAL Ok PUBUCACIONES-No 3 Utter, Plan CAM KAI,i--Central Ave. 45 LoUBDEB I PHARMACY I.. fH$.J?
BARUO-No 2S "B Street a MORB180N-4th of July Ave. j SI a LEWIS SERVICK-Ato TvoU No i PABMACM WtlADOS UNIUS- M Ave
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1947 Chrysler in
good condition. $250.00 or- best
offer. Tivoli Guest House. Room
360.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Custom
2 door, $325. Good transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. Phone Curundu 2248 or
Qtrs. 2230.
FOR SALE: 53 Oldsmobile 98
Holiday equipped, $900. Qtrs,
711-C Lacona.
FOR SALE: 1957 Fiat, 1100,
four door sedan, 2700 miles.
$1295 cash. Phono Quarry
Heights 2278 quarters 18.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Fairlana
"500" Victoria, two door, hard
top, automatic transmission,
transmission power steering,
radio, padded dash, wsw, two
tone, like new. $2300.00. Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 7242.
FOR SALE: 1952 Studebaker
2 door Champion, new tires,
overdrive, R & H, hillholder.
44.000 miles, St. Carter Navy
2295.
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge in ex excellent
cellent excellent shape. $395 but will ac accept
cept accept best offer. Call 85-3293 or
82-4173.
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick Special
convertible. Excellent condition
$500.00. Call 82-4144 or 82-
5303 after 4:00.
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Products
J. Arnsemena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
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cau
JIM rtlDGE
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Gibraltar r.tfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama t-0552
LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
$190,001
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661
Handel's 'Messiah'
To Be Performed
Tuesdav In Balboa
Four qualified soloists will ap
pear in the production of Handel's
"Messiah" which will open the
Christmas observance in the Ca
nal Zone on Tuesday, Dec. 10 at
8 p.m. in the patio of the Balboa
Grade School.
Mrs. Sylvia Kietzman will be
the soprano, as she was in 1956.
while Mrs. Dorothy Chapman will
sing the solos and recitatives. Col
Franklin Simmons, Jr. will appear
in the tenor role, while Robert
Schultz, who has performed for
many years in the Canal zone,
will again sing the bass.
All four soloists also sinz with
the combined chorus, composed of
the adult Community Chorus of
adults, and the Canal Zone Jun Junior
ior Junior College Chorus, consisting o
students enrolled for academic
credit in Vocal Music.
The entire production will be un
der the direction of Neil V. Bran
stetter, supervisor of music for
the Canal Zorve Schools, with Earl
C. Kenney as organist. The pro production
duction production for Tuesday of next week
will be abridged from the com
plete score and script of "Mes
siah" and will be completed in a a-bout
bout a-bout one hour. Admission is free
to adults, and to children accom
Danied bv adults.
Handel's "Messiah" is tradition
ally the big musical number for
the Christmas season, and is gen generally
erally generally given each year at this time
in all of the important centers of
the United States.
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Horses. Panama
Riding School, Chiva Chiva trail,
C. Z. Phone Ft. Clayton 2282.
FOR SALE: By great popular
demand Lum's sale extended
until 15th December. 30 off.
Ave. Nacional (Auto Row).
FOR SALE: Automatic Bendix
washing machine $1 00.00.
Phone Albrook 6232.
FOR SALE.- Ladies McGregor
golf clubs. 3 woods, 8 irons.
Never used. $100. 2-3498 of office,
fice, office, 2-2752 home.
FOR SALE: -Outstanding selec selection
tion selection of choice U. S. and European
Christmas ornaments, decorations
and lights for homes, stores,
clubs and organization. American
Supply Co. "J" St. 13-06.
FOR SALE: Baldwin Grand Pia Piano,
no, Piano, studio size in excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Tormi can be arranged.
Tropelco, 45th St. and Via Espana.

Curundu Churchmen Hold
Yearly Dinner Tomorrow

The annual church business meet
ng ui uie ciuuuud nuiesiani
vuurcii wul Oti neiu tomorrow ai
o.wi y.m., junn uougii, muuera-
ior oi uie cuurcu amiuunceu.
I ne evening wm uuui with a
nam supper, rne nam, ueverages
ana breau will oe lurinaneu oy uie
aiurcii. nJacn lamuy is lo onns
rfiin mem oilier tallies oi ioou,
salads, and ueserU lu rouua out
.ne meai. service lor Uie omner
will De suppueu oy ine cuuicu.
After tue supper tne cnuurcn
will be taKeu lo uie Suuuay bcauui
ouilamg. bgi. ana ivirs. liouen
ityais will supervise tne evening
oi activities with tne children. BiDie
movies will be shown. For small
er cnildreu mere is the cnurcn
ilursery, whicn jwili be open uur uur-mg
mg uur-mg the evening"!
Following the-supper, the adults
and youin .viii gainer in tne cnurcn
for the yearly business meeting
ol the church.
The Curundu Protestant Church
is non-aenominauonai. ine congre congregation
gation congregation is composed ol people
from many denominational back backgrounds.
grounds. backgrounds. The business meeting will be de devoted
voted devoted to the giving ol reports irom
the Sunday School, Women's Au Auxiliary,
xiliary, Auxiliary, Youth Fellowships. The
committees of the churcn inisv
sionary, building, finance, mem
bership and evangelism, and pas pastoral
toral pastoral relations will report on their
activities during the church year.
These reports will include the work
done in the Church from Jan Jan-1,
1, Jan-1, 1957, to Dec. 1.
Many interesting facts will high highlight
light highlight the evening. Some of them
are: Tl3 increase of Sun. School
attendance some 25 per cent, of
church attendance by over 100
per cent, and a budget increase
of 100 per cent during the past
eighteen months.
The budget for the coming year
in the Curundu Protestant Church
anticipates an increase of 40 per
cent, stated the Finance Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, Glenn Fifer, According to
Filer the missionary budget will
seek to increase its giving some
62 per cent for the year 1958.
"All of this has been possible,
states Fifer, because the empa empa-sis
sis empa-sis has been upon missions and
Screen Actress
ACROSS 83 Hardens,
1 Screen actress. cement
Marlow
54 Encountered
55 Essential
being
DOWN
1 Girl's name
5 has co co-starred
starred co-starred with
Frankie Lain
5 She li a
performer
12 Heavy blow
' 13 Ventilate
14 Indian
IS Disencumbers
, 16 Number
17 Cincture
18 Indonesian of
Mindanao ;
2 Join
3 of
Lebanon
4 Periods -of
time.(ab)
5 Cloy
8 Hastens
1 Sea eagle
8 Turkish bap
Satiric
10 Rows
11 Assemble
19 Novice
19 Harass
21 Seine
22 Gaelic
24 Goddess of
discord
26 Droops
28 Fish sauce
29 Bind
30 Paul l
Mary Ford
31 Compass point
S3 Writing
implements
34 Maritime city
of antiquity
38 Corn bread
J7 Chief f od of
Memphis
S Rodent
40 Musical
comedy
44 Jewel
46 Employer
48 Noise
49 Spanish jar
50 Volcano in
Sicily
51 Fourth
Arabian caliph
BJPhratry

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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 15' Sea Bab 2
motor and Controle with trailer
$950.00. Call Cristobal 2420.
FOR SALE: Outboard motor,
1956 22 H.rV sea kins good
condition, 2 Rat tanks. $225.00.
217 Apt. 8 Gatun 5507.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel A.
K. C. 19 months, 8110-B. Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. Phono 3-2966.
DE-DEEDUM
CHICAGO (UP)-The Diaper
Service Institute reported today
that Chicago babies use 83 diapers
a week on the average, while ba babies
bies babies in Tuscaloosa', Ala., and Ana Anaheim,
heim, Anaheim, Calif., get along with only
71. The- institute offered no ex
planation.
evangelism." The total budget for
the coming year will be $16,000, if
accepted by the congregation.
This will be the largest budget in
the history of the ten year old
chuch in Curundu.
Milton K. Leidig, pastor, urges
to com and participeate in the
annual uusiueas iiteeung.
The pastor stated that "This
miief ho a "Yiiiffth ,..Vi;u i
( ii ui vji wiiltll VB1MC3
the voice of its congregation and
seens 10 De a spiritual plessing
to mankind".
PAA To Increase Servlire
Through Central America
Pan American World Airways
is Increasing- service through
Centrpt America from both San
Francisco 'and Miami hflclrvhlno'
December 15.
Service between Panama and
San Francisco will be stepped
ud from eleht to 10 flisrhts week
ly, and the once-weeklv round
trip service between Panama;
Managua, Nicaragua, and Mi Miami
ami Miami will be doubled.
All Panama-San Frannisfo
flights will stop at Los Angeles
and Guatemala City: two round
trips weeklv will stop at San
Sanvadrir. F.l Salvador nrr' r.wn
others will stop at Managua.
The five weekly round trips
between Panama and Caracas
with stops at Barranoullla. Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, and Maracaiho, Vene Venezuela,
zuela, Venezuela, all merge with PAA's lux luxury
ury luxury service down the South A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan East Coast to Rio de
Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Montevideo
and Buenos Aires.
Four-engined, radar-equipped
Super-6 Clippers, with both first
class and tourist class seats, will
be used on the service through
Central America from both San
Francisco and Miami to Panama
and Caracas.
The Increased service is attri attributed
buted attributed to the popularity of the
combination service Inaugurat Inaugurated
ed Inaugurated between San Francisco and
Caracas in mid-September
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FOR SALE: Only two Spcx
washing machinal 25 cycles.
Priced right, Tropelco 45th St.
and Via Espafta.
FOR SALE: Peruvian leather leather-topped
topped leather-topped tablet. 2 end tables $15,
each. I coffee table $25. 1 Sofa-bed
$25. 1502-A Gavilan
Road. Tel. 2-1291.
FOR SALE: Double bed (coil
spring) $50. Full tiia Roper ejas
stove $50. Roll-away Apei
Automatic Dishwasher like' new
excellent Xmat present, $80.
Venetian blinds aluminum, large,
set of seven $90. Other articles.
Panama 3-2735.
FOR SALE: Complete double
beds from $29.00. Army type
cots wo mattress $6.95. Maho Mahogany
gany Mahogany dining table 4 chairs $30.
Brand new dinette sets (6 pc).
Your choice ef colors $79.95.
aluminum folding chain $9.50.
Basket chairs $9.95. Wrought
iron dinigtg table 6 chain $99.
Bunk beds $39.00, Many other
bargains in new and used furni furniture.
ture. furniture. HX-Houjehold Exchange,
41 Auto Row, We' pay cash for
your old furniture. Tel. 3-4911
& 3-7348. V
FOR SALE: Double bed, Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood style, excellent condition,
41 street No. -2-54 Apto. .18
Bella Vista. V
FOR SALE: Norge automatic
washer. Good condition, 2 yean
otd, $75.00. Phone 86-3137.
FOR SALE: Tappan stove, 4
burnen, electric light and
window. Manuel Icaza St. 7-A.
Call 3-1789.
The various ways men and wom women
en women from many walks of life have
conquered, as far as humanly
possible, the grave physical dis disabilities
abilities disabilities from which they suffer,
are described in "conquest of Dis Disability,"
ability," Disability," a book placed in circula circulation
tion circulation this week by the Canal; Zone
Library.
Simply yet vividly told, their
stories provide an unforgettable
reading experience, ana tor count-'
less thousands of disabled persons
they should offer inspiration,- ex example,
ample, example, comfort and strength.
The titles and authors of the
new books announced by the Li Library
brary Library this week follow:' ..i
Non. fiction: Devil's Brood, Dug-
gan; Richard Rodgers, Ewen; Con
quest of Disability, Fraser; The
Copernican Revolution, Kuhn; The
Suez Story, Longgood; Child De Development
velopment Development and Personality, Mus Mus-sen;
sen; Mus-sen; History of Christianity, Nich Nich-olds;
olds; Nich-olds; The American Teenager,
Remmers; The Meaning of Ban Bandung,
dung, Bandung, Romulo; The Austrian O O-dyssey,
dyssey, O-dyssey, Shepherd; Latin America,
Thomas; India: The Awakening Gi
ant, Woytinsky.
Fiction: Pillar of Cloud, Bur-00ss-
Dpflth nf an Ambassador.
Coles; Gideon's Night, Creasy; A
Man to Ride Witn, rams; onieia
of Honor, Graham: Give me Pos-
cas c inn Hnrcran- Tho Gallant Mrs.
Stonewall, Kane; Domestic Rela
tions, O'tjnnor; me wucnes,
Williams.
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WANTED TO BUY: Winter
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Iba. Call 3-2720 Panama.
WANTED: Vacation quartan
tor a young military couple with-
ouf children, to start no later
than 18 in 58. Pleas call SP3
Herman, Ft. Clayton 87-7174.
Motorcycleg V
FOR ; SALE: 1954 Cushman
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aluminum tideuddlea, excellent
, condition, $175.00. Tel 86 86-7142.
7142. 86-7142. Albrook. Qtn. 124-B.
Irish Soccer Mob
Roughs Italians;
One Player Hurt
BELFAST, Northern Ireland
Dec. 5 (UP) Enraged Irish
soccer fans mobbed the 4tali"
H-star soccer team at the end
of an international match here
today and kicked t least one
player unconscious.
Some 2.000 fa
the field after the Italians had
tied the Irish team in a rough
match which exploded into a
brawl among the players at one
point.
Another SO nnn fane m tha ctonio
booed and hu'vl bottles and
aeDris on the fii:.1
The mob stoned. ViVkel anil
beat the Italian nlavers and enma
of the Irish players who tried to
project them. Several were car carried
ried carried off on stretchers but none
appeared sennuslv injured. Cen Center
ter Center half Rino Ferfarto wss uncon
scious from kicks that almost
h-pke his jaw and bruised his
ribs. :
iPofice charged the crowd with
clubs, and arrested several
persons.
, The match was Srinc nlavpH nn
the feast ,day of St. Barbara.
patron saint of fireworks.

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f954 FORD VICTORIA 1,200.00
1954 PLYMOUTH, Hardtop ..1,200.00
l55 PLYMOUTH COUPE, Automatic 1,400.00
1954 DODGE CORONET, Automatic .. 1,000.00
953 HILLMAN STATION WAGON ... 500.00
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Aipc CANAVERAL. Fla., Dec. 5 (UP) A weary V&nguara m..e v. -.-
CAPE CANAV tKAL, r i v an ftarth 8atejte Mt mgnt
and wild wind, aground and alof or their f. .lure and get 80nie reSt.
Tpfuf SS of theVrguard project, announced flat.y thU morning that there wou.d be
MtW P conference afteresterday Vschedu.ed firing of. the Vanguard, a six-inch alum.-
nummoon VTSuZU a "disheartening" iod ; of delay encountered by the

test crew,Pwhich came at one point to within 50 minutes of firing time

British 3-Train Crash Death Toll

Rises to 80, More Than 200 Injj

LONDON, Dec. 5 TJP .-Rescue
workers braved the threat p.
sudden death from a tr atateej
tering overhead on a wrecKea
bridee today and' brought put
additional bodies from. Britain's
worst rail disaster In five years
Unofficial estimates at tne
scene put the toll of recovered
bodies at 80 by 3 o,m. Police lift lifted
ed lifted 210 persons seriously injured
.among the 2Q00 passe ngers
Rescuers feared at least 15 to
20 more bodies might be trapped
in a pancaked coach pinned un under
der under the collapsed bridge.
.... i. ijirai tviat wp shall

ever know how many people were
in that coach." a rai way official

aid "All we snail oun v -iTcheck
with a list of missing
Many additional bodies were
feared jammed in the wreckage
but the rescue workers said they
had abandoned all hope that
anybody else would be pulled a a-five
five a-five from the wreckage of the
rail crash nobody saw.

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Rescue workers was suspended

during the night, because of a
choking, sulphurous' fog which
shrouded the wreckage in im impenetrable
penetrable impenetrable gloom.
The fog began to lift this
morning and a ghostly light let
the daring rescue workers probe

through the wreckage.
The first bodies brought out
this morning were a young gir!

about eight years of age ana iwo
annarentlv had

thrown themselves across her in

a mine act ui piuicwmu.
cue workers said they saw sev
eral other bodies jammed in the

wreckage.

A steam train rammea an
electric commuter train jammed
with homegoing office workers
and early Christmas shoppers at

the height of last night's rusn

hour.
Christmas parcels were ripped
open and toys strewn among the

wreckage.
TVio .nlllHincT trains slammed

into an overhead railway bridge

whinh nartiallv collapsed, rain

ing steel girders and masonry

nnt tVio Hpnrl flnH dvlnff DelOW.

t. third train crossing me onase

was derailed, its irons wnecis,
dangling over the break.

It was this third train wnicn
tV,oeitorvprl tn fall at. anv mo

rn pnt nntn the wreckage below.

workmen shored it up but the

bridge was still unsafe.
' VICM- ES ANYONE?

OAK PARK. 111. (UP)- Elbert

Reinke, postmaster of Santa
Claus, Ind., is g.'ing to be in a
pretty pickle come Christmas Day.
Al members of the National Pic Pickle
kle Pickle Packers Association will send
Reinke a pickle in the holiday
mail as winner of the 1957 Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Pickle award.

Thp nrieinallv scheduled geta'

4imx jiii i n m 1 but hour

after. hour the launching :was set

further back until finally it was
Called off. i

Walsh said th Navy w e u i a
ask the fir Foret miwila range
today for a ntw firing schedule,
but the requested time would
not be earlier thdn tomorrow.
Micella firinoc VanPiiflrd or

otherwise do not usually occur

on Saturdays, or bunaays, 'dui u
was indicated Tthe Vanguard could

be fired during the: weekend d

it becomes necessary ana it con

ditions are right.

Treasury Broadens

Market For Bonds

In Series E, Or H
WASHINGTON; Dec. 5 (UP) -The
Treasury is lifting its ban

against purchase of Series E or

H savings Donas iy iai.or uihuhs,
corporations, civic organizations
local goverment bodies and other

investing groups.

Starting Jan, l au investors ex except
cept except commercial banks will be
nprmittpd to buv 110 to $10,000 a

year of each series.

The bonds now are avanauie un un-ly
ly un-ly to individuals who can acquire
tvinm thrnneh direct nurchase. per

sonal trust accounts or employe
cavinos nlans. The same annual

limit jn of $10,000 for .each se
tn individual Druchase

The decision to broaden the mar

ket comes at a time when redemp redemptions
tions redemptions of savings bonds still are
running ahead of sales although

the margin has narrowed in re

cent months'.
The Treasury indicated the ac action
tion action is expected to give sales
a shot in the arm. It said the rules
! h e i n p rhansed to ac

comodate "a considerable demand,

in thp last few months from

small institutional, groups.

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Stanford Research Projections

On PC Traffic Due This Month

Ewy passionate
moment of the
fiery drxna

Turn staff mpmbprs of the

Stanford Research Institute are

presently in the Canal Zone on a
brief visit in connection with the
long-range Panama Canal traf traffic
fic traffic projection being prepared by
the Institute for the capacity

studies.

They are: Neil Houston, proj project
ect project manager, who v,as here sev several
eral several months ago when Stanford
Research Institute was awarded

a contract for the tratlic projec projection,
tion, projection, and Sherman H. Clark, se senior
nior senior industrial economist at the

Institute.

Houston and Clark spent yes yes-tprdnu
tprdnu yes-tprdnu in rtisrnssion with mem

bers of the executive planning

staff on methods of predicting
future traffic through the Ca-
n q 1

Attending these discussions

nrorO Tnhn r wnllpn rhief nf the

Executive Planning Staff; his as

sistant Thomas E. Burrow: ana

Hiiph A. Norris. economist.

The two consultants were to

tViPir findings nn the Oa-

UIOV UO3 Llw " T
nal traffic studies with Governor
Potter this morning. They were

to meet again this atternoon

h rrrtnnleted this month and

siihmittprl tn the Board1 of Direc

tnrc nf thp Panama Canal Com

pany in time for consideration at

thp mpptincr next montn wnicn

will be held in the Canal Zone.
Thp nrinrinnl nnrnnse nf their

present visit Is to present their

lindings prior to preparation oi

tne nnai report.

Houston is head of tne Ke

cinnal Economics Division of

Stanford Research Institute. He

holds n deeree of doctor of ohi

losophy from Harvard and has
had extensive experience in the

field or international economy

trends.
riarif Vmo hn1 thp rp.snonsibill

tir in thp nrpsent studies for re

search on potential uanai iramc
in fnplc mpt a 1r ond nres.

He is a graduate of Harvard
with bachelor's and master's de degrees
grees degrees in science.
He has done extensive study
in the subiects of world energy
and mineral resource and has al also
so also had considerable experience
in the subject of world supply
and demand problems in other
commodities.

Houston and Clark arrived on

Walsh, weary and still wearing

the .corduroy jacket and piaia
,.t,.f ticoA in hie wnrl? nmund the

OI111 b 1A0t.U ...u ' :

testing area, told exactly w n a t

had happened to tnrow me pwia
out of kilter,
"ttasinallv there were no maior

technical .difficulties," her ald,
"but we were plagued by a series
of minor things." ;

Church Leader Says:
Look At Big Issues,
Forget Muluel Beis

ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UP) Leaders

on Dmtiictgnt and Orthodox

VI OV iwu.uu.
church bodies took stock today of

their progress toward "oneness in

Christ."

They found many areas in which

churches are cooperating more ei-

feetivelv than ever before. But

thev also found plenty of evidence

that riehominationalism still is

rampant.
The appraisal was made by
nnn dplpcatps to the triennial

general assembly of the National

Council oi cnurcnes. wnii no
plenary session scheduled, the del delegates
egates delegates split up into scores of divi divi-siiu
siiu divi-siiu and section meetings to re review
view review joint programs, in Christian
education, foreign missions, social
welfare and more than 70 other
fields of church activity.
Any disposition of the delegates
to congratulate themselves on the
rapid growth of inter-dhurch co cooperation
operation cooperation was jarred by blunt
words from Dr. Truman B. Doug Douglass,
lass, Douglass, noted Congregationalist min minister
ister minister and veteran leader of t,he
church unity movement.
Douglass said individual denom-

iriafiAne ctill "f-ptain fnr thpm.

selves niost of the important func-
. : r au- nu:.ti.. u u A

liuus ui tile wnri5tiaii uiiuiuh auu
restrict their world, national and
local councils to a relatively nar

row role.

He said one "disastrous conse

quence" of this policy is that
church councils are "Dreoccunied

with opposing bingo and pari

mutuel betting" when they should
be voicing the united stand of the
churches on "life and death
problems of our society."

"it is dinicuit to imagine tnat
with humanity facing the immi imminent
nent imminent probability of self-extermination,
Almighty God ,is very much
stirred up about a j few thousand
people who bet two dollars on
the favorite at Pimlico," Douglass
said.

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MRS. ADDIE COLCLASCRE, teacher' at the Amador Nursery Sc
. ,i , 1 nfVtnw fLnrcnk Darlir f i

a group or cnuaren auimu vivw

.

)1, dressed as, the. Ola Woman in the Shoe tells

story to

Mother Goose

Throws Party

At Ft? Amador

Children enrolled at the Amador

Nursery School naq, a wuic

ftoose party, one of tne schoui
r?guTariy scheduled entertainment

features, recem. ...

The children J

nlaved games P'u.g

Mother Goose rhymes.

Present

' . mm Tnhn I ,a-

were; Anita AroS. F.i.

vanagh. Jimt Kom(

senDerg, jiiuj ? r n
Patti Maloney, Davy Markun, Da
vid McKee, Doug Neshitt Chnssie

Peterson. Eddie raei ? u V

Scott. Jenniier bbhui A
lenski Peggy Andrew, Tookie A A-lensm,
lensm, A-lensm, "Be Kari Batal-

den'. P ige Baer? Jimmy Craig
Michael CuUen, Anne
Farnsworth, Buddy H?
Doug Hall BiU Jpncs Gary O Con
npr,Whea.je ftgB"A

S'&nMB. Randy

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QPYtnn. Beverly Simonson, ftaiiuj . -,, , -,

Stewart, Pet Venty.ana i, COSTUMTO AS NURSERY RHYME CHARACTERS, children of the' Amador .Nursery .School
Ott.. . tia H,,rinr a Mother Gocfe Party which was held last week at the School.- -r, J

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with the executive planning, the isthmus eanv vesieroav ana

staff personnel to develop a for- plan to return to me biaies 10 10-mat
mat 10-mat for their report which Is to night.

Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographie
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company

Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High 86 85
Low "74 81
HUMIDITY:
High 91 90
Low 69 78
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-15 NE-19
RAIN (inches) .01 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 82
FRIDAY, DEC. 6
High Low
2:36 a.m. 9:11 a.m,
3:09 p.m. 9:26 p.m.

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""The schoolwhich is located hi
Riiildihs 9 at Fort Amador, is o-
rv personnel and U. S. cuwe'w
fmpToyed by the government

Heights, 15th Naval District, Bal-

boa and Ancou .. ehW

Its im is to Pviuc

drpti with a wnoiesmuc v j

habits and a sense of security and

well being. ;

It is under.jtheiupervi.iM of

Mrs. Addie V01"""" T,, .TTi.-

the tuition paw r

Impressarios Say
Meg Could Be Star
Of Musical Comedy
LONDON; Dec. 5 (UP)- Prin-

-5 of Music to

day by "-":rT-double

PnssCwaS. presented the degree

bv her motner, yucc.
Elizabeth in the Senate House of
the university.
, Prtsentation of the doctorate
was an acknowledement of the
musical talents of the pretty prin princess,
cess, princess, who plays the piano, sings
and dances..',.
Impressarios who have heard
her sing at parties or vatched her
Set in royal family Christmas
shows have said she could have

been a star in musical comeuy.

The Princess also is a greav

jazz fan, a fact that causea
London newspaper co'umnist to
criticize the doctorate award yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. ...

Daily Mirror coiumnisi ; juu
Rolls said the great musical honor

should have gone "to someone
more vitally concernd with seri serious
ous serious music."

US Army Caribbean School vGr'acIuafes

275 Men Frprn 15 Latin American Lands

Latin- American students 'frob (dor; Samuel Jorge Dawson, El 'Latin American Instructors. In

A Salvador' -vvnharfffr" t-d'Af faired:

uated from the United StatK Dr, Manuel oreiiana uaraona,
Armv Caribbean School at poft Ambassador from Guatemala;

Gulick yesterday. The gradual professor Angel G. Hernandez,

n,Hf li- nofit Thpat.er. were1-" a

tended by diplomatic j' officials

from the countries witn siuoejiu
graduating as well as high rank

ing nuuiary ana cjvmau guciu.

Sudents from Bolivia, Brazil,
rntnmhia. r.nsta Rica. Cuba,

Ecuador, El Salvador, Guate Guatemala'
mala' Guatemala' Honduras. Mexico, Ni

caragua.- Paraguay .Peru, Urir-

guay, and Venezuela comprised
th 97s men who were grad

uated from the School which
tMini flip men it irms of Lat

in America in U.S. Army nuli-t

tary methods. ."'i'

The. An vocation ana peneaic-

Rafael Fuentes, A m b assador

POrtocarrero, Ambassador xrom

Nicaraguar Drpearo a. tma,
Consul in Panama from Para

guay : Dr. Jose Aivaraao

chez, Charge d' Affaires from
Peru; Dr. Felix v Poller-Carrio.
Amhaeearinr frnm TlrueuaV! and

Colonel Esteban-Chalbaud Car-

dona, Ambassador irom Vene

zuela.

includ-

ed the playing of the ;hationai

nnUbiutu v
dents Graduating. After the

Graduation ceremonies recwy

CONFERRING ON LONG-RANGE CANAL traffic study. fc Sherman H. Clark, senior Industrial
7 .. .. n i. i .-a r onnatim (uMml frnm left).

economist ol me bianiora ncsmrcn innmu m" "Ii. V.'T;. Vlf
project manager for the Canal's Traffic ProjeeUon atudy. confer with John D. Bolton cent";
r. . .. i mm M j A w M.Av,ur staff in Ninnwlinn Wltil uie

Cniei OI tne executive rmmun sum auo u' ... . ... j-
study now being prepared by the Institute. On HoUen'f left la his assistant, T. A Burro,
and Hugh A- Norris. economist cits at tht far right, J:

1 HiiU ucnvuiv-r((i.auunvvi w

i i iam nnrrtAiii Tirana iipiri fnr hnrn tne err

tion Were eiveii vy ? muuoi.hiuiw.. j u. j
Jesus Serrand, Bishop of CplonWed and officer graduates and

ReDublic of Panama xniroouv-meir gucsw. tal.
fory remarks were made (W.U,k The .S. Amy CariWan
Col. Robert H. Townsend, ante-l School was founded in W to

iialil DUIU UJ. ...... i--7
L nnnp1 and selected Latin

'American onicers ana enuait
:.n in th nncent( of OPer-

iation and tactics iftiiized by

the U.S. Armjr ln -1956 tne
te.k.nl i,tt xnnvprted exclll-

sivelv to the training pf Latin

"Americans. :-
i Since Its founding, the School
hoc ortnatprt move than 15.000

..
men of which 7,722 have come

fm -Latin American reouDuii.

rhu war alone mora than 1,-1

000, Central ana eoum -Amcn-

ckns have attenaea tne scnuui.'
"The two-fold mission of the
TThit-ort Rtats- Armv Caiibbean

school. to train men-at-arms

and to create better unaerstsim unaerstsim-Ing
Ing unaerstsim-Ing .between the -21 American
hAiner'-. accomrjlished

by a combined staff of bilingual

structlon is -offered in a variety n

ol iieias- mrouEii me ecauoj s

three main acaaemlo depart

ments -which are the TacticeJ
Tlpnnrt.mpnt'. t.h Tp.ehnirol TW- I

partment and the Armament and

Automotive ; u enirim eni.

Through these three depart

ments it is possible ;-for a tu tu-dent
dent tu-dent to obtain a basic under-

standimr of the essential ODera-

uons oi an Army.

Wppoiisfl thp Rfhnnl enrolls on-

lv ut.iirientu nf There-America: It

enjoys thp unique position of be

ing tne oniy i).a. Army operasea
school in t,K world exclusivelv

engaged in the training of for foreign
eign foreign nationals. The impact of

t.ho tl S. Armv Caribbean School

upon Inter-American 1 relations I

oin nnlv hp inrlcrpil hv the race

that increasingly larger number

oi Latin American stuaenis : are

Deing enroiiea

VVli w i
tant commandant of the School,
who also Introduced Col. 01nes

Perez, the school commanaant,
fnr the. nrinclDal addfess of the

- r- i

day.
Following the address by Col
Dam? thp diniomas were awara-

ed to the graduates by Brig. Gen.
Milton I Ogden, deputy com commanding
manding commanding general of the United
States-Army Caribbean.
Ambassadors ministers and
consuls on hand to congratulate
the graduates from their coun countries
tries countries were: Dr. Cesar B. La Faye,

Minister of Bolivia; a. buiui buiui-treau
treau buiui-treau Fragoso, Ambassador from
Dmil h Rnrrios. Ambas-

sador from Colombia; Carlos de

i wcnrieiift- Amoasaaor ; irom

Costa Rica; Dr. Francisco de Mfc.
rand ,v, varona. Ambassador

from Cuba; Lie. Hugo Noncayo

Cove rn 6 i Potter's

Career Featured

In States Magazine

t An artirla nn fin. Wl E. Pot

ter, -his career, and flri. account of
thp nrpspnt nrcranizntion of the Pa

nama Canal is featurea m me ino-

vemhp.r issua of- "Current .moera-.

Dhv." : a maaazine received thia.

week by the Canal zone UDrary,
Tn tlio artirlp tha seriei of arti

cles written last. May by ; Potter

for the Christian icience Monuor
are quoted in connection with the
nf tho ronal it traffie. nnd

prohJema presented by, the Canara

capacity. -.v ..-', .H ..,..-...?
the report has been made into
. n,nnhlpt hv the LlhrarV and

has been added to the Library'

S,CSaK

THE MUSIC BOX TRIO V- A ChristmasiStory

By WALT SCOTT

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