The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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,s .'part in the annual phristmaBmu-
sic program ; which1 is scheduled
U be' held it USQ.frm. Deci 12

- in the tJalboa gymnasium. ? t-
1 Under thft -directum of Willce
Woodruff,, the members of the iun iun-"
" iun-" ior Hieh School chorus and'orches'
, tra will present a varied .program

include Some of the old 'favorites
- : as well as several more classical
selections; v

lne orass -iuarie t tunsuingi m

f Harold Barnes and Sy'y Town Town-v
v Town-v send playmg trumpets,' and Rich Rich-1
1 Rich-1 ard Keigley and Warren rAshton
'J.i playing trombones, wil' play "Deck
" the Halls,! an old Welsh air.
, Members of the gitls Chorus
' and the boys' chorus also ;w l M
sing individual numbers.
' f Accompanists for the chorus will
- te Andrea Tarflingrr, Charlene Mo Mo-"
" Mo-" rency, Myrtis Mueller, Joyce Her-
ring and Malcom Wheeler, -, ?
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Long-TimeCobn,

v Resident Dies':,
A long-time j Colon -resident,
" i Mrs. Ada van Beverhoudt ;; de
."ATibm died'; yesterday j afters
' brief illness;- -'r 4'. 4'.--
- 4'.-- -A requiem .mass for Mrs: i&e
"Aubin will be held "Monday at 7
i 'p.m. In the- Miraculous .Medal
: Church at New Cristobal, follow followed
ed followed by interment at the. Mt. Hope
Cemetery at s p.m.' '.r
-A U.S. citizen, she came to Co Co-v
v Co-v Ion from the Virgin Islanrib.
. Mrs. de'Aubirt Is survived by her

husband Louis, her brother Jose
, ana many nieces ana nepnews.
ON THE BEACH

Short (cove buoyed tlx fOl of tfl crew t tfc atomic atomic-powered
powered atomic-powered submarine USS SCORPION. AftrolKm liattM offi officer
cer officer Peter Holmes rejoin' Mil wire ltd child m Falairtrfc,
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Samples J0i Befr
BJHS Art Work' V
NbyOnrDiiploy-
Samples uf the' best -.art' WQrk
done so far this year 'by the art
students in Balboa ; Junior High
School ; will be placed; en exhibit
tion over the weekend at the. Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces VMCA in Balboa.
The exhibit will be open to the
public today and tomorrow from
3 to 7 p.m., it was announced.
: The work was done under, the
direction of James Mattingly and
Mrs. John Holhnsworth, J u n i o r
High School art teachers.
attingly holds; an A.M.'- an d
M.S.. degree from Indiana Univer University
sity University .-He was formerly director of
secondary education for the J,
Air Force n Washington,. Dfc C.
iMrs. Hollingsworth received her
art trainmg from Howard and Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham Southern College and the
University of Alabama.
Police Use Tear
Gas To Quell ;
Polish Riot
WARSAW. Dee. T (UP) -Soma
3,000 foleS rioted against police
in the western town 4L Gorzow last
Monday and police used tear gas
to restore order; it was disclosed
today; .. ,.
' The Communist party newspaper
Trybuna Ludu said the latest in a
series of disorders occurred when
a woman 1 riding a bicycle was
knocked down by a police car.
, It reported that although she was
injured only slightly, ; a rumor
spread that : she had been killed.
A crowd of 3,000. massed and
started throwing stones and bottles
at police. Reserve units rushed to
the scene and sprjyed th angry
crowd with tear gap.

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JUDGE ANGEL VITELIO DE GRACIA reads the Not Guilty verdict turned In by the Jury,
standing solemnly in the Jury box .after a retirement of four and a half hours, Including
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MRS. 'gT. MAtd (darkglasses:an4 other ember of the ..family rejoice as the verdict Is
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Spray-Gun Garb, Paper Clothes Face Man Of Future

By0C QUIGGj
NEW' YORK (UPV-Gentlemen.
let us now begin thinKing wnat
manner of men ; we will appear
to be when the -wave of the fu
ture hits the Knen'S clothing indus
try. Will men's duds. turn eeneT
Will tnere oe pusn-ouuon ciuui.
ing, with bui t-io neaung, air-conditioning,
and we might as rwelt
tninx nig snuwer uauii
Will we let the Russians get a
bitl jump on us in such fields as,
say, nOn-itch fabrics," self-sealing
pockets, .shine ; resisting panu
seats,; ana otner turn luic-iwCTmc
improvements? y y.
Our scouts hav fetched m re reliable
liable reliable reports that a r a d i e a 1
'ringe of the clothing industry al already
ready already is specu'ating that the time
will eome when you will step out
of the shower in the'morning and
your Wife will spray that day's
clothing onto you with an aerosol
bomb .containing xnemicai cioia-
uig compounas.
The s,couts did not say now you
eet the stuff off at night, -but it
is to be presumed that ways will
Based on

CMimandcr Dwight town eated Moh Deoidsea od told
ker ef fc bem March tor man (if m epper Australia:
"TK rodiorion'i cowi'j Mtbr,YTy steadily, pa bke the
icieetists said it eld. 1 1 -I I

AN INDEPENDENT .tHE. BAIIY. NEWSPAPER :

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know the truth 'and the
be found. : Perhaps every home
will be equipped with a duds dis
integrator closet into which you
step and poof! you're undressed.
In search of an authoritative
Voice in the male raiment field,
we corralled Robert Asher, a big
men's pants man from Massachu Massachusetts,'
setts,' Massachusetts,' vice president of the Asher
Company ; of Fitchburg. He de designs
signs designs and makes men's and boy's
slacks, and he's setting up a re research
search research division to delve into fab fabric
ric fabric and materials for the future.
He said-he could envision dis disposable
posable disposable paper clothing before
long: he could see the possibility
of chemically treated linings that
would react automatically to the
weather t as if thermostatically
controlled. But when asked about
the talk of spray-gun garb, lie
used a forceful word: "Malar "Malar-key."
key." "Malar-key." ;
K However, ne saia ne suspeciea
that within a couple of years
there might be sprays on the
market something like a silicon-
finish kitwith which, your wife
could spray your conventional
fabric clothing to waterproof it in

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It gets Kara?"
asked Moira.
Aroimd Septem September.
ber. September. Could be a kit
before" onsvtrcd
Dirtght. "Get me
aaetker drink.
ska said. 1 vant
ga ioasawharS
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thn fare of a sudden rainstorm,
"That spray-on clothing thing
hosing a guy down in tne morn morning
ing morning and sending him out into the
wnrM is interesting to imagine."
he said. "But I suspect that if
there's any spraying it will be on onto
to onto the conventional type of cloth-
ine which let's face it helps to
cover up fat rolls, knock knees,
and kindred defects.
'However. I think
it's Just I
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a
matter of time before
see
oaDer underwear, paper handker
chiefs, and, over a longer period,
paper shuts, slacks, and more
complicated garments. I envision
them for heavy work or- play,
and it's conceivable that, if ifs
made with low cost, you can lust
take the stuff and throw it away
after wearing.
all venture that five years
from now we'll look back on 1957
and be amazed at the pace,
You'll see emerging almost paper
lieht fabrics with crease resist
ance. The ultimate goal u 'a
chemical lining or a treated fab
ric that will react as a therm o-
stat does. If the body needs beat.

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Acquitted assassination defendant Ruben O. Miro, cheerful after spending Mi
first night of freedom in the guest room of the Balboa police station, went home this
morning and declared he had no fears for his own safety. t
''After all, if accidents happen there's nothing we can do about it, said the Re Re-m6n
m6n Re-m6n assassination trial's unchallenged master of the fast gag.
He was spirited from Panama Jail to the BalbOa police station at full speed U:a
National Guard wagon immediately after being released from the back door of the
jail about two hours after his acquittal yesterday afternoon. The Canal Zone Police.
received him as a refugee. U: v .. ;Ti
After leaving the Balboa station about 7:30 this morning he jauntily declared
that finding the real assassin of President Jose A, Rem6n "now depends on district
attorney Francisco Alvarqdo Jr. After the decision by the Jury yesterday he is under
obligation to start the case all over again from the point where they lost the triaLf
Alvarado was the chief prosecutor of Miro, and target of some of the nonchali
ant attorney's sharpest barbs during the trial. , ;tV'
Of Impeached and jailed ex-president Jose Ramon Guizado, Miro said: "I see
reason for them to keep Guizado in jail any more since I was found innocent. However;
it may take an order from the President or an Act of the Assembly to do it."
Formal moves are already afQ for Guizado's release, v y '.

ik Miro went oh to say: "It feels
Very good to be out. I'm happy,
nuiet arid -satisfied. Home is the
plans-ior go teethe united States
at thend of tranuarv fto see
new f aces,buior1ihe hext few
weeks tnmaniwno spens near nearly
ly nearly three years In jail under per peril
il peril .of a 35 yean sentence upon
conviction just 'Wtnts ;to loaf a a-round,
round, a-round, :. ;.:
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Miro was the last of the six
acquitted men defendants to be
siiDDed out the obscure back gate
of the prison. V This stratagem
was used to avoid demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations bv the large but orderly
crowds which began to gather
near the Jail almost unmeaiate unmeaiate-ly
ly unmeaiate-ly after the verdict was An Announced.
nounced. Announced. Miro's arrival at ihe Balboa
. police station was more unex unexpected
pected unexpected many others.
He simply walked in about 5
it will let your body beat be re
tained; if tne Dooy.is giving on
neal, inis imng will le t n ue re'
leased thus beating the weath
er.
Consider, then, tomorrow's man
wearing a thermostat. Even
Solomon in all his- glory was not
arrayed like one of these.
Reds Use British
Train Crash
As Propaganda
LONDON, Dec, t (UP) Radio
Moscow used Britain's tcain crash
tragedy of Tuesday for DroDt can-
da purposes today, claiming the
disaster was a result of "tBritain'c
snaky economy."
The radio told ts listeners it hi
unsafe to ride British trains be
cause "at any time rou may find
yourself involved in an accident."
Tne broadcast said Britain's na,
uonauzea industries nave equip
ment wmcn is worn out. out-of-
date ana requires replacement"
Instead of modernizing these in
dustries, Britain, is pouring its
money into an .arms race, the
radio said. ; r
Meanwhile, res cue ; workers
ulled the 93rd. mangled body
ora the wreck today while the
railroad pushed an investigation to
explain why a men peed passen passenger
ger passenger train ma&hed into a crowded
commuter treio stalled by foe.
Hospitals fisted 110 of the 177 in
jured as Still in serious onditioB.
READ THE ADS

CANADIAN
WIII9KY
few

Safety

pjn. and told the cops on dn
. ty that "I'm looking for a place
; to stay,' iif He was settled Into
.the dormitory guest rMMtViid
thr tfX relief made- sure a
ne approachedsthe station.
a A steak dinners was, -5; brought
fflttt. there last nigftt,, presumably
by a member of his family,? He
left before breakfast -this morn morning,
ing, morning, 7
Previously he had asled, In
view of the nossibility of, high-
feelings among certain sections
of the public, that he could stay
on In the Panama City Jaittill
thlnKs cooled down a little.
But the officer in charge of
the jail, MaJ. Jose M. Plnilla, had
orders from President Ernesto
de la Guardia Jr. that all the
acquitted men should be set at
liberty as promptly as possible.
Miro's co-defendant Rodolfo
St. Malo declared on leaving the
jail that he haa been -wen treat
ed by his Jailers. During the trial
he had made allegations of Dru Dru-tallty
tallty Dru-tallty against ""some investigat investigators.,.
ors.,. investigators.,.
All the released defendants
said they were pleased with the
verdict but it was only what
they expected.
They were freed one at a time,
carrying xhelr possessions.
On the fast run to Balboa, Mi Miro
ro Miro had with him the same tough,
husky National Guard sergeant
who had been his escort
throughout the 47-lay trial.
. The verdict handed down by
the Jury yesterday after four
hours and 20 minutes of deliber deliberation
ation deliberation (including time out to
eat a noonday meal)- was jubi jubilantly
lantly jubilantly received by the thousands
of persons who had cheered Mi Miro
ro Miro and the defendants as they
were transported through the
streets during the trial.
'Hundreds of persons lined
Avenue A (the route along wtiich
the defendants werevsually ta taken
ken taken back to the Carcel Modelo)
minutes after Judge Angel Vi Vi-telio
telio Vi-telio de Gracla read the Not
Guilty verdicts for Miro and
the other six defendants. I
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ACQUITTED EX-CADET Luis Carlos Hernandes re-rvs
gratulaUona Xrom, h.ppy Xrieada alter his release irc.n i

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RUBEN MIRO at the Jail gatl'
outward bound, ;

While the jury deliberated
defense lawyers yesterday be began
gan began to express fears around
noon !4yf.'ill.'iatlrtf, tima r
th Jur)rwa taking,., w- v
One defense lawyer omment
ed-that Qe Gracla ha shown
partiality In h resume of the
case which he read to the Jury
along with their instructions.. s
The lawyeridntended that th
judge reviewed: the prosecution's
case against, the defendants, but
merely glossed over the tact
that they had. retracted on their
original statements, and failed
to give the slightest mention to
arguments brought up by th
defense. , i
One of the jurors, Miss Intel!
da Sagel, was quoted today
saying that she was tired, but
her conscience felt free. She
complained, however, that she
and the other jurors were not
even afforded transportation
back to their homes after their
verdict.- u4;jt
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Mrs. Teresa Castro SuareV
Luis C. Hernandes and Alfonso
F. Hyams and Miro are the only
defendants said to be In Pana Panama'
ma' Panama' City today. The others, Jto-
dolfo de St. Malo, Camllo Gon Gonzalez
zalez Gonzalez and Jose Edgardo Tejada
are-said to have gone to the in interior.
terior. interior. .
People gathered in small
groups around Panama City last
night, discussing various aspect
of the esse,-.
The general Impression
that the Jury's verdict was

just one In the light of the lark
of evidence presented ? py r.
prosecution. .5'
Tne city remained caim lass
night and today and Christmas
shopping stepped up to a bri
pace.- V'f -'J ""v
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U.S. military ' authorities' on
the Canal Zr r nlactd
Panamav'rtvu V, military
personne t e ydsJifted th
order aOi-t MJf ornlng. .. ;
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
SATURDAY DECEMBER 7, 1D37
THE PANAMA AMERICAN:
Take It Easy, Fellows
Labor News
And
Comment
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'n YOUK fOKUM THI KtADIBS OWN COLUMN

the Moil Bok It epaa forum tot raid of The ".!" ."i
Letter) r rae.iraa" gratefully ro Boie to a whpltf eoaMooiirial
"""JI'yoB contribute la.r 4oet hnBeMoat M Wt e.oeat to.
Mxt ". to" fubtisl4 in tho ordor received.
Noam try to ktB Hto letters limited to on oaae lenflth.
looatitv letter writers to hold In ittlctost Ronfldsnce
Hit aawtpaoor iMiitiH so responsibility lot itatementf or eetaloB
. Bnn I antra from raiders.
THE MAU BOX
RETIRED WORKERS ASSOCIATION
Three years ago this month a few retired Panama Canal
worked formed the Panama Canal Retired Workers Association
the intention of bringing all ufh retired workers into a
irrouD for the good of all. There must be some reason why. up
a-uia ranaknywhbg!ome member, have
dropped off lta rolfs? I suggest It is because of the noisy and
SwontrolYed meetings, dominated by one man I do not
know how lone the remaining members will put up with this
ESTo? leadership I suggest these members cease electing un-
fth mark to membership bv now. What the society reeds
lytPittoSWeshfp. I hope It will emerge from
the coming election. weJ1 wlsher

COMMERCIAL T.V.
Blr:i sell cars, and I was very disappointed that I "wasn't ap ap-odlfrdM
odlfrdM ap-odlfrdM HSfiS broadca?t! dVhen I think of the price I have to
pay: the local newspaper . Duwtlne 0sborn

CANAL ZONE GIRLS

Sir

Congratulations to "An American tK.n.ni zone

i? !0'nroverduend in the majority

vinV th statement long overdue and in tne msj"w xne Jaoor people in the anrlane
?Ampf 5. thTt myou find 85 per cent of the "raps" moreand piloUess ifircraft field have
"'tf'"68. the same HablU the same. Money tone some research of their own.
Pf'S ind HighSchool boys depend on their parents They r ,abor men wh fa
post of the JJC. and Hign i ocn j d QL (Mall Box tbc leen fighting the Pentagon's hund-

J oirotistical child,

and

u i.vrB" "?--.,: riit niace
tret a date in the first piace.

get oaw "AnnpaV niavbov.
to that i of a junUn College t the Cartal Zone girls, are

I all ,prtlcaUy; worthless

Hilt Ameiwui iviuvii.

pareiw. tu- ..1ust because horses are
us to recall the saytog that just Dec ln e
all hlmals are horses. There jnay oe , i w tdathm exl5ts tn

tt.a alTloarllllll iiii viiv
:au 5
Hi are horses. There

r.S5rL but by the same wen, xne K"-T."r Srls are I

Neworkwhere according to
angels of mercy ?. heh-parenis.
just because the tyPl C-Z-
ffossitJDinK In the local commy,

club, perhaps bridge wun ner i""'"h.:""-'nd' unhappy home
M information concerning gffSmS of ta ta-lifetogether
lifetogether ta-lifetogether with a lew muje i housewives over lunch at
IS5tiS neS ad.yreS0Mother feels that the ls;

- S teenager J?l&Jtt worth of dirt?

KTiitttt (to me form ot JShSiST S from
iSS.fiftn accompany Mama to the bar.)

" ScSs-oS! ffBffitlnitfttrtBi

t than that of Teenagers m
fprpnt man iuv

" "iiit goes- for vnfenl vlwgltt no Infer ion of putting
eltheV resldente are transient wltti naVn0esponsibrlity to
dowJ) roots and therefore fee L.1 their children's behaviour, or
fte,SS,0noS but the mode of living
ther are oldtlmers who Know n g book

n fn cluing one statemenV: People who live in glass houses
ahouldnt throw stones... &cepttoi t0 the Rule
- WHO WAS WHERE FIRST?

V i Rraf letter (Mail Box, Dec. 3) leads me to con-who C0lud deveiop the WMpont we
, -Ca lmterate OnS charlatan could he sotoollsh;need to defend our country; Now
elude that he Is mueraie. .,, natJonalltv. HeL.irirf.nW ro.ii,. tu.t i,

as'tocondemn all persons oi ine will b
may have made friends uecause o;
simpletons as he u. r,ersons of West Indian origin are
i .H.e.clearl2 .?,f. AnA tntevuw lot. This seems to be

a gnuuess, an uuw r tv-r:hl-h oCurred with aliarmiess
toecause of some simple ert Mwrxm

ma .L"nr or

SSrfcan. and" proTd o7Tt. Likewise Panamanian, of West in
dn origin are Panamanians, and Proud of it

ran a 1 Zone Brat stmes me as ueuie a -- -- i
Irf thn was away on leave when intelligence was banded ouU
start who was away on ic e ,,?-,. intelligent

Ht has provea nis stuun, uj
men are always optimists.
WANT A
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sTirn .ntj-refited In having pen Triends in foreign coun-.prentices training in the U.S. to to-trtsTwrS
trtsTwrS to-trtsTwrS Wock letters,8 detaUlng: 1. Name; 2. Address; day .11 crafts That's not even
jTcountries in which correspondents are sought-if not parU- enough to replace the journeymen
eilajsav "anywhere"- 4 Hobbies and interests; 5. Language In i who retire or soon die."
ifoh frrPSrindence will be conducted; 6. Occupation or pro-1 How many the Jtussians tram

eSron; 7 pate of birth, or age; 8. Any information or -PJ,,"""
rrem.en6 7 and B are optional. Both .exes and all age. axe feve this training i, W. do not

wilcome photorraphs should be sent, n possmje. , ;
wcome. FnoiogTApus international Friendship Agency,

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rule- because he sounas i ras 01 telegraphed orders slash slash-Is
Is slash-Is probably too forward toiing overtime work and cutting

His manner is compaiu
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..unmtinn ot bneii
AvMnia

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may oe ,4.,4afi -Tit, in

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mower p yacht
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thiT "orcoursi not. "They are
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By VICTOR RliSEL

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J Among
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u hn huiKi fraru tlntA hou4iinua Klaiiir
and ooid uiese past two years
m ia AvnAtta AH miMUILoK miAVl hu
wcu 110 uiuokio uivu aUc; ac
jiisi as concerned witn getting toe
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liuflt hfiiiPti ftymnt turn nmh n
j brand new 1,000 mile' type mis
sile,
Tne Soviet war ministry has
1 01 this 1,000 mile rang. More are
rolling out each month.
curacy. They can put a hydrogen
warhead within four miles of. a
tail
The Kremlin also has a supply
of 500 mile thermonuclear war-
These 500 milerC can destroy
a bis coastal citv. Tha ahnrt-rinoA
missi.e has been penected through
target prachce y Red aubmaries
in the Arctic waters. These subs
...... 1 tr
wau biauu uu any coatai ana snoot
the missiles from submerged po-
Bltiona Tha turn ar thraui mon h.
" .. W W. NM vv IUWJ UUC
who know about these things say
that CIA reported that the 500 500-milers
milers 500-milers are in "commercial pro-
ries.
xespne Piuuia j&xusncnevs
boasts, however, the Russians have
.LI. i
IVWVM HHAW OUVVCVMIUiJ W BUUUl
only two intercontinental ballistic
Ltr ",utu
iort.
' Th
w inousanas 01 siuued men
tf -vrol mi,,n .-tri.
!ou Pyrou In missUe factories,
i These union chiefs knew that
rrripro inr rwta n 1
cr Jf and misViie. halite be cut
i uie ijDor men warnea of the
of re,eMin
stUJed worker from em i
..A iu l l ....
t anger ot releasing over 100.000
stilted worVPr. frm .n -mL
ment. Thev..;
against driVmg aw.yTenV of thou
;sand more through the loss of
tvertime which would cut their
income. These workers would seek
tvertime which would cut their
income. These workers would seek
better paying jobs in other indus industries,
tries, industries, the unionists pointed out.
i iNow these union experts are
.warning that the frenzy over sci-
ant i aim nt t J xl
uu cugwctu will wf Cue
country little good because we
have no reserve force of trained
I ituiiuu(( jicupiB uj uuiia me com com-iplex
iplex com-iplex electronic weapons of the
future.
.i..:. jili.it.
MACAU VI UIC VUltVJtll riflt 1
im Omm1(V.. L A A 1
wtco vumjiiuive is set 10 ease
operations for a few months to
vote more time to their own u u-nions,
nions, u-nions, you'll hear more from Hay
on aircraft and missiles.) In fact,
the', Dec. 5 edition of his Union
newspaper, the Machinist, raises
a grim issue.
"For years Americans have re-
.cientists, the engineer!' weapons
are goon outdate(J dlgcovy
important as it is, is only a half
truth,..," the paper warns.
uui..., we yuyvt wfus.
"Tk. mknl. t..,k I.
a.n .nil mi mnt mi d 1 nrf aiWnm U....
nevpr aisemb'ed An lircrift
launched a missile or built an ar
tificial satellite.
"The scientists find out for us
how we can out to use the eases.
the minerals, the life around us.
The engineers translate these i-
deas into blueprints. But. we still
i i i i t-. i
neea a miru man, ine journey journeyman,
man, journeyman, who can take that blueprint
and cold, unformed metal and
machine it to a ten-thousandth or
to no tolerance (minute measure-
men is;
IT t-elA.CS JUUIUCjriUolU 9aUUBU
TTV1 aVCl tU ill a AC UlCtT ApUiaJJCUlKA
uiuuci aiiiu uicu iu mvi up om uiw
I 4n rf irn IaK rna a ini t 0 af
uuvuvu jvm. uauuu va.vjv'
uc; uivu, vui ayi cii hi v-c; o my oj a
! i oo'"i a
program lor the schooling of sci
ccui, is lagging as sciivubajt uvu.
x iL. 1 A ...
xnere are less man sou.uw ap-
iz u
know, they say here, that we might
tinn onrw vp uninip in nroauce
iwhai thp ipipntintB create and the
engineers develop.

Mir

Walter Winched I n

THESI CHARMING PEOPLE
A m-utA Urfti and a araat At AT
Ethel Barrymore was the sub subject
ject subject for a TV testimonial. Long
may sne ininei. .. .ine caliudivc
rodntiKa itfnit'vlniT the a m a r-
enc of a star, was not without
toucnes ox irony in jxlisi x"r
hmm'm aaaa MttfftV VfMri B0A fill
Philadelphia) she was scorned by
reviewers, une grumoiea; u we
inM Inflw whn Til Q V T aHflnlP
jvuus rj
Tretoni had possessed beauty, tal
ent or cnarm, w viay w k u v
have been a success." New York
critics were not impressed with
ine piay uuiu tsaytaui uwi.
However, thev were enthralled by
the actress who was lashed in
Philly. Her regal Deauty, creamy
otina macrin. pnphantpd
" o--
One and All. Several weeks later.
tne proaucer surpnsea juisb .par-
Lmam Kv miHintf htP nam in
lights. When she approached the
I . .. 1 ,L. 1.m1.
ueairt ana noucea mo- giuwiug
symbol of stardom Ethel Barry Barry-more
more Barry-more wept.
Countless tomes have been writ written
ten written about the art of acting. It has
been explained in terms of psy
chology and phiiosopny. iNoei co coward
ward coward sums it up in succinctly
in Newsweek with 15 words: Just
say your lines and try to keep out
of the way of the furniture.0
Sid Caetar will soon return to
the Big Eye with Imogene Coca.
It will most likely be a happy
reunion for the stars as well as
the audience. .Miss Coca be became
came became a clown accidentally. The
dark-eyed pixie was once hired
as a dancer, for a Broadway mu musical.
sical. musical. Since the stage was chilly
during rehearsals, she wrapped
fsrself in a brawny stagehand's
overcoat. In an effort to stimulate
warmth, she flounced around in
the huge coat that flopped over
her hands and sprawled over her
f3et. She gave a zany impression
of a burlesque queen. Everybody
howled, including the producer,
who transformed Imogene Coca in
to a comedienne.

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Tony Perkins' performance in
"Look Homewiird, Angel" will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly win many trophies. Odd Oddly,
ly, Oddly, the only one who has given
Tony Perkins a bad notice recent recently
ly recently is Tony Perkins. He is quoted
ii McCall'a: "I'm not rally suit suit-eJ
eJ suit-eJ to be a movie actor. I have
no confidence in myself. I'm not
interested in money. I'm not good
looking. I have a hunch in my
spine. I can't see worth a damn.
I have very snvin head. I
haven't many opinions. I have no
string of French girl. I m nor
tough. I haven't a single quality
a movie star should have. Not a
single one."
However; he has the one quali quality
ty quality every star must have: Talent.
"The Rope- Dancers" is a' dra
ma which deserves wide popular
acceptance, u nas a aramauc m
tensity and honesty of purpose
which remind you of Eugene O -Neil's
classic. .Morton Wishen Wishen-grad,
grad, Wishen-grad, who wrote the play, has
friends who are friends, to ena
ble him to write this play and
others, five friends loaned him
$15,000. They expected no interest
on their money. And if the play
failed. Wishengrad owed them no
thing.
In the theatre, some angels are
really angels. x
On of the brighter new books
is "Please Don't Eat the Dai Daisies,"
sies," Daisies," authored by Jean Kerr, the
wife of the N.Y. Herald-Tribune's
drama critic. Mrs. Kerr amusing amusingly
ly amusingly records the problem of being
married to a critic: The produ producer
cer producer fee's that the mere physical
presence of a wife depresses the
critic, lowers his spirits, clogs
his areas of good will, and leaves
his head rattling with such phras phrases
es phrases like 'witless,' tasteless, and
'below the level of the profesion profesion-al
al profesion-al theatre'. .'What if a doctor
had to bring his wife along when
he performs an operation?' the
producer will ask, 'Can't you see
her sitting there murmuring,
'Here's a nice suture, dear, and
why don't you try this clampu'
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New York

Milton Berle, who has inspired
countless laughs, is enjoying one
. .His recent TV appeareance re resulted
sulted resulted in numerous oers. Happily,
"and to-hell-with-ratings". .In
an interview some time ago Berle
explained his success secret:
"Back in '25 Ted Healv took me
aside and gave m some wonder-
iui advice, it still goes perfectly
for any kid coming up in show
business. It went this way: 'Mil 'Milton,
ton, 'Milton, always play to the nublic.
Never mind playing to the thea
trical crowd. Don't try to impress
the trumpet player in the pit. En Entertain
tertain Entertain the people and you'll get
rich and famous.'
"Tha Timrlr tha .T tk
Stairs') haa hppa n1artina hannv
Inotices beyond Broadway's bor-
i. : j: i a i t-. i
ueia, n is uuecieu oy Jena nazan
who naa naa a remarkable bat
ting average on the stage and
screen. Kazan, whovwas once an
actor, has the greatest respect for
performers. His ability to orches orchestrate
trate orchestrate superior performances is
probably best explained by Kazan:
"All, that matters is the actor.
That little human being you want
to get at that little moisture in
the girl's eye, the way she lifts
her hand, or the funny kind of
laugh she's got in her. throat
that's what matters. And' you nev never
er never know how much of that you've
caught until you see it. Sometimes
you don't even know then."
Rita Hayworth, who make a
hobby olf Collecting husbands, will
soon have her fifth. Her most tu tumultuous
multuous tumultuous marriags was with Or Orson
son Orson Welles. Their merger failed
for the ctarndest reason: Orson
refused to stay home nights with
Rita. Welles must have adored
her at one time, however. During
the early days of their marrii ge,
he directed her In a flicker, Dur During
ing During the film-making, a camera cameraman
man cameraman shouted: "Miss Hayworth is
SWdtina." At Which Walla th.m.
dered: "Horses sweat, other peo
ple perspire, but Miss Hayworth
glow!"
History is tho composite of nu nu-mcrouf
mcrouf nu-mcrouf biographies. Consequently,
it is subject to ail the whims and
drama of human life. .A young
scientist's wife and child were
killed during the Russian revolu
tion. He managed to escape to
England and became known as a
bitter anti-Communist, In 1935, the
scientist returned to Russia and
never came back. .He is Profes Professor
sor Professor Kapitsa, the man most 're 'responsible
sponsible 'responsible for giving th Commu Communists
nists Communists the lead in the space race.
He is a supposedly intelligent
( man who aided the barbaric forc
es that murdered his wife and
child. How can you explain it
'Serious Insults'
Win Divorce For
French Film Star
ARIS, Dec. 1 (UP)-A Paris
court found French movie star
Brigitte Bardot and film producer
Roger Vadim "equally guilty" of
"serious insulting" each other
today and gave them a divorce.
"Serious in salts" are the
grounds for 95 per cent of French
divorces. 1
There was no question of ali alimony.
mony. alimony. Brigittte'r figure (36-20-36),
well- displayed in raltry screen
roles, has made her the highest
paid film star. in France. -
Vadim and Miss Bardot met
when she was 1C and tbey were
married three rears latfr. Their
marriage lasted three years.
After a required twa month
waiting period. Miss Bardot is
expected to wed' young French
movie star Je Louis Trintig Trintig-nanU
nanU Trintig-nanU Vadim probably will take
Annette Stroyberg, a blonde Dan-

WASHINGTON It may not be

palatable for us to digest this, but
tne unauesuonea. unpleasant,
the unquestioned, V unpleasant
truth is that Soviet Jtussia today
is ahead of us In all phases of
modern wanare, except atomic
iihmarinp
In 12 short years. Russia has
caught up. with us in nuclear de development
velopment development and outstripped us in
missile tecnno.ogy. If war came
today, sne would i pronabiy win.
Russia has put us close to being
a second-class military power.
The reader may well ask now
such positive statements can be
made regarding Russia's strength,
The answer is that American in.
telligence has been excellent. Allen
Dulles, younger brother of the Se
cretary of State, has'submitted re
uort alter report to the V.'hite House
giving tne aiarmmg tacts, t
He has made some political
mistakes, such as going wrong on
the exit of Marshal Zhukov. but
he nas not made many. :
It s already been revealed that
from our radar bates in Turkey
we have spotted every firing8,700
miles inside Russia, f rom tnese
and other outposts we can track
From cameras carried in giant
balloons we have spotted other
operations. The Russians, it will
be recalled, complained about tnese
balloons.
UNSUGARCOATED FACTS
From this, plus other authoritat
ive sources, we have learned the
ioiiowing unsugarcoaiea iacis a a-bout
bout a-bout Russia's military might:'
NUCLEAR POWER Russia
whose first A-Bomb was exploded
four years behind ourts, today has
practically caught up with us in
nuclear fire power. Our stockpile
is larger, but Russia has enough
bombs to cripple this country.
We have reduced the H-bomb
to a more compact warhead and
designed a so-cailed "clean' bomb,
relatively tree from radioactive ha hazard.
zard. hazard. But less important than the
compactness and size of the war
head is the fact that Russia defini
tely does have the hydrogen war
head. Russia has also improved
the trigger mechanism of the
bomb.
Russia is also known to be
ahead of us in developing an ato
mic rocket rapabie of space flight,
Despite this, the administration
is still refusing to spend 18 million
that congress has already ap'
propnated for : nuclear d power
rocket work. Newspaper: headlines
have announced to the contrary,
out as oi tms writing, tne nead
lines are not. accurate. :Vm:vK;
Congress originally- appropriat
ed $25-million for. nuclear rocket
work for the iiscal Jem I?56Thts"i
was called r,v roject Kover.'f The
administration,, however; impound
ed $10 million of. this amount, a
gainst the wishes of Congress.. As
a result, the Livermore Radiation
Laboratory in California had to
snui aown. ,;
In June 1956. congress voted an
additional $9.1 million for Project
Kover; but the administration
would spend only $1.1 million.
Last week Secretary of -Defense
McElroy authorized the Air Force
to go lull speed ahead t with the
project and the $10 million origi originally
nally originally impounded was released for
the construction of test facilities.
However, the Budget Bureau, which
operates cirectiy under tne white
House and can overrule the Secre Secre-tarf
tarf Secre-tarf of Defense, still won't release
the remaining 8 million Secretary
McElroy talked about.
AIR POWER numerically, the
Soviet today has the world's larg
est air.iorce. sne nas inousanas
more combat planes than we. and
her factories are producing them
faster. i
Out technical intelligence has
made detailed examinations of
several Red planes that have' fal fallen
len fallen into our hands and these au autopsies
topsies autopsies show Russian technology
lagged behind' us from 1945 until
1952. Singe 1952. the Russians

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have equaled out best effort ln air
weapons. " '
In pianes that tount, Russia has
over 13,000 sleek modern jets as assigned
signed assigned to combat units.
Our toatl, counting both Air
Force and Navy, adds up to less
than 9,500 jets. -,' y
The Russians have twice as
many intercontinental jet bombes..
and swarms more jet lighters con considered
sidered considered slightly superior to ours. ;
THE. RED ARMY-i Tha mlV

Red army is 10 times the size
ours, its ivs divisions not only oui
Clan our 17 riivisinm in monnnm
er; but in firepower as well
' The Russian divisions ara hah.
ly mobile, armed with rockets,
and trained in itnmiK Tk
are a match iot bur Vaunted pen pen-tomic
tomic pen-tomic divisions; which ';i likewise
havr been streamlined for atomic
wanare. -;.. ,4f.-,;.T-.'a,ir
' The Red Armv rpllaa nn fiallonn.
ters and armored personnel carri carriers
ers carriers for mobility. Tt in oniiinnaH wif h
fast-moving, self-propelled assault
artillery ; and i Jieavy tanks' -mora
rugged,; than ours;.w, v f
NAVAL, POWFRjil. Tha & M".
doesn't seem to realize it'But in
tt buuii years me nussian navy
has lumnprt frnm a
- w -r --. .wiwvi VX Ui"...
cient impotent vai. .t h ...i.
of second in the world. It has put
me iauiuus uruisn fleet in third
place.---.r.s.v..tiii.
In tha niaok Saa "T
has a fleet of .modern, heavy cruis-'
ff -threetimes the size of the
U.S. 6th Fleet, cruising only a
few miles distant in, tha miK.
ranean.
It I In inrtmomoe
Russia has made its most awesome
and dangerous progress. '
i Contrary to popular' think-
ing, Westminster Abbey ha v
not always been a great
church where English Icings'
are crowned and the famous
dead are buried. The abbey
was probably begun during 'i
the eighth century as a home
iJot Benedictine monks,, whej t v
lived a simple life there comj ,fi
pared. to the pomp and cereJ
mony connected with present- .- s
day coronauons in the abbey.
A new church at Westminster
was begun about 1050 by Ed
f i
ward the Confessor, and ever
British monarch from William v
the Conqueror to Elizabeth! f '
the Second was crowned ' ,r'
there, except Edward thej
Fifth, who was slain ia thai
Tower of London as a boy.
Brltanntca Jr. EncyclopdIar ri-
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aecuritiw.
boxes, for jewsiry and
different sizes. .."
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SATUOIJAT. DECEMBER 7. J957
iKe s 5wceping:rroram -1 u :aiuij
;cXctcermg la Unions Disclosed
Si
lEifl!li:!a?

THE PANAMA AMERICAN -. AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

TT.VJTJC CITY.
Ml?i "TfiPietarv i Labor James

P. liitchaL today disclosed. Presi

ue Eisenhower's sweeping new
pro ram to wipe out labor racket

eer Witn 1 jail ferraa ur suuir

of oncers.,
Antrim? th nroDosals were ree

oirimendations for appointment of
a rew labor commissioner, for
lnw to : reauire secret ballot

elections for most union -officials,
kinds of Dicket-

n"ap'1 Widescale disclosure of

un on financial records.

ppnnitini or 'ft inn faulty re-

nnrt with --the proposed 'commiS'

sioner would include jail terms,
lns of tax exemption for -the

union rnnccrned and loss Of serv

ices of the national labor relations

hnrrf

T'tchell said the President also
would Dropose to Congress next

month amendments to the Taft

Hartlev ''aw in such areas as

secondary- boycotts, picketing, un

authorized "employer payments to

euro ovb representatives, strikers

rights-to vote in representative

elections and elimination of the

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Reaction

Mitchell announced the new
program In a speech to the
opening session of the AFL-CIO's
second convention. The proposals

brought a mixed reaction from
the 12,000 labor leaders in the
audience, who 'have been called
upon to clean their own house
by AFL-CIO' President George

Meanv.

Mitchell told a news conference
after his address that President

Eisenhower approved the propos proposals
als proposals as of yesterday.' He said they
were discussed with GOP congres

sional leader who, Mitchell be.

lieved, also approved them. He
said no move was made to clear

the recommendations with the
Senate Labor Rackets Committee
headed by Sen. John McClellan

(D-Ark).

The labor secretary said it was

"necessary for government to
act" because some union officials

have woefu'Iy, abused their pow

er and influence at the expense

or many, union members."
He assured the delegates, how.

ever, that this administration will

not permit those "who never

approved of organized labor.

to use labor's present difficulties

as a club to suppress unionism
No Righf-to-Work Law

Mitchell aaid the administration

would not propose a federal riehf-

to-worK law banning the union

shop or a law to put unions under

anu-uusi regu'auons.
"The labor of man is not a

commodity to be bought and sold
in the. market place like a sack

of potatoes," Mitchell said.

The President wiH ask 'or pow

er to name a "commissioner of

labor reports" to serve directly
under the secretary of labor to

receive, inspect and police the re

quired union and employer re
ports.

The labor secretary said ths

Eisenhower proposes "will open

to public view, and inspection

some of the areas of Union and
management a'fairs which are

now hidden and iu which crooks
and racketeers have operated-."

tie said uiey would "in no wav

endanger the integrity of the la-

Dor movement or its component
unions."

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.fVhA nffire of Gov W E Potter at Balboa Heights. Shown nbove, left to MM. are: Chaplain R.: Mordeh, 'nl4r,'Ero.tastantp

iir R iSnnethSteachan, general director of the inter denominational Mission vin Latin America and pordinator of,
tK muv .toSlbttCWSMle; Brtg. Gen: Louis V. His ntower; Potter; the Rev Lester goerfceide, who 'heads, the m-,
terdSSSffi Mission in Panama; and the Rev. LelanU Ed wards chairman of the local Billy Graham committee which is'
composed of the 26 sponsoring groups of the February visit : ;

NEWS 'W

"Our Good Friend"

Before Mitchell SDoke Manv

introduced him as "our irood

friend," and said he was making
a "splendid record" in his cabinet
post.
Meany. said the labor secretary
"has shown that his interest and

his heart are concerned with the

weiiare oi an tnose in America
who work for wagesJr
A-'terward, Meanv said the enii-

ventloh would decide on a policy
toward legislative proposals but

very fine

Two f my old Navy friends,
Wesley" f Ham r-wright and Ted
Leahy, picked up a11 nice top
score at this summer's nationals
when West was kind enough to
nut in an optimistic double a-

gainst their well-bid slam in no-1

irump.-t
Ted; Leahy tar the North seat
was just too stronger art openi.
Ins: no-trumtJ rid bid one heart.

ft A a MoMrta H'5B r i ....

uui9 vin praisea Miicneu tor a
liormal and Ted chose a Jump to address."

three diamonds' as his rebid. Delegates cheered some oropo's oropo's-The
The oropo's-The rest of the bidding was als but appeared skeptical of
fairly normal. Ham Wright many of the items the administra administra-checked
checked administra-checked for aces and lting and tion endorsed.

abandoned thetrand eiftm wnen
he found' that a king -was miss miss-lne.
lne. miss-lne. ::':'-
Just te'lttalte sure that there
would be no trouble with the
contract West opened the four
of clubs. This took care of any

problems about the club queen.
Ham won the trick with h!s jack
and led and finessed the lack of

hearts. Naturally West did not

cover. .:.
A aecond heart finesse was ta

ken and East&shpwed out. This

left declarer with only 12 top
tricks but he had no trouble pro producing
ducing producing all ":W v by means of a
simple squeeze against West.'
He simply iriwi a hluhs
and diamonds, dlacardirtj: One
heart from dummy. This brought
West down to four cards. He had
to hang on to two hearts and
therefore was forced to Jettison
a spade. Ham led a spade to the
king, discarded one spade on the
ace of hearts and made the last
two tri'-s with his ace and Jack
of spades.

Poovhr pd Army
Hero Oisdroe,

China Experts Say
LONDON, Dec. 7 (VP) i- Red
China's Marshal Liu Po-Cheng
may have '''followed Russia's Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Georgi Zhukov ta a fall from
power, Far Eastern experts here
said today.
The Nationalist Chinese radio re reported
ported reported that broadcasts from Pei Pei-Ding
Ding Pei-Ding announced that Liu had been
dismissed last month from his
xsts as head of the central train training
ing training department and vice-chairman
of the national defense council.
Like Zhukov, Liu was a popular
hero. He commanded the Commun Communist
ist Communist army which made the last big
Red push into central and south
China in 1949.
Also like Zhukov he had been in

volved in controversy about party

control over the army.

PDnnsylvania Governor
Hails CZ Troopss
Best wishes r the holidays, just
ahead havl bten extuded. to the
Canal Zone Boy Scouts by the
Governor of Pennsylvania.
The Zone Scouts and Gov.
George M. Leader, of Pennsylva Pennsylvania,
nia, Pennsylvania, became aistantly acquainted
last summer, during' the Rational
Boy Scout Jamboree at V a 1 1 e y
Forge. The group oi Canal Zone
boys, under Scoutmaster William

Taylor, received the gift of some

pies from uov. ana mrs. Lauei
while on a 125-mile hike over the
Horseshoe Trail.
They were resting at the Indian-

town Gap reservation when they

were surprised py we gui ui
some pies ent to, them by Mrs.
Leader from their nearby summer
residnce- 1 ...
A letter ol thanks for their
thoughtfulness was written to the
Pennsylvania Governor by Lt. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Hugh M. Arnold. In his let-t-
renlv inv. Leader express'

ed best wishes for the coming ho holidays.
lidays. holidays.
His letter to Lt. Governor Ar Arnold
nold Arnold said:
"Mr. leader and I were de

lighted, to nave the opportunity to
make the Canal Zone Scouts feel
. i;,n mv-o at'hnme durins their

visit to the Indiintown Gap Mli-,
tary Reservation. We did hot, of
course, krfow that the pies would
arrive as a climax to a 125-mile

I hike, but in our experience wiu

our boys we nave uto
food is an excellent tonic for ma-

M. HAiiinnii fiinini. una.

"In addition we are happy to
he able to show our respect for
our neighbors in theLCanal Zone
in some tangible forfn.
"Our very best wishes to all of
your for the holidays which are
just ahead."
Quote Unquote

-era!bC6rn flij Suggests
State Take Over Part Of Phone fax

WASHINGTON. Dec. 7 (UP) -A
special iederal-stae committee
recommended today that the
states take over part of the fed federal
eral federal telephone tax as the first step
in a long-range plan to split up
some c e n t r a I government; pro programs
grams programs and revenues.
In exchange for the federal tax
sources, the states would take over
federal programs for vocational
training in agriculture, home eco economics,
nomics, economics, traces and industry, dis

tributive occupations and fisheries

Under the proposal, the 10 per
cent federal tax on local telephone

service would be cut to 6 per cent

and the states would impose a 4

per cent levy of their own.

This would cut federal revenues

by 148 million dollars a year and

make the money available to the

states. The 10 per cent federal tax
on long distance calls,' which
brings in 280 million dollars a
year, would not be affected.

li-Member CommitU

The Plan was outlined in a .re

port .by. a 16-piember committee

ot federal oniciais and state gov

ernors. The committee was creat created
ed created last summer after President
Eisenhower told the Governors
Conference meeting in Williams Williamsburg,
burg, Williamsburg, Va., that the states should
assume more responsibility for
programs dea'ing with local prob problems.
lems. problems. The report was delivered to the

President and to Gov.' William G.
Stratton of Illinois, chairman of
the Governor's Conference. White,
House Press Secretary James C.
Hagerty, who released it here,
said the proposals .' were being
"very closely studied" by the ad ad-ministration.
ministration. ad-ministration. ;
When the President suggested
the study earlier th isyear, a'fed a'fed-eral
eral a'fed-eral budget surplus was in pros prospect
pect prospect and there was talk of a tax
cut next year.
With- de.ense and -missile spend spending
ing spending mounting sharply, the govern government
ment government now may be somewhet more
reluctant to give up any revenues.
Hftsdad By Andtrson

k The committee, headed by

Treasury Secretary Robert B. An An-dersoh
dersoh An-dersoh and Gov; Lane Dwinnel of

New Hampshire, emphasized it

was not advocating abolition of the
federal programs involved, but
merely their- transfer from the
federal government to the states.

The committee also proposed

that:
.The federal government end its
financial s u v 0 b r t of' municipal

I waste treatment plants. State leg

islatures snouia proviae nnanciai
aid to the, city projects and
"strengthen state water pollution

programs, it said.
State and local government take

over at least part of the financial

responsibility for the

PbyertyrHft-Moms
DeddeTokin
Selves, 7 Kids
HAVANA, Dec. 7 (UP) Two
poverty-plagued mothers, one of

them in the ninth month of nreuJ

nancy, decided to end their lives as1

wen as those, of their seven chil
dren today.

One of the mothers and two of

the children wer dead on arrival

at the hospital. The five remain

mg children and the second moth

er were on the critical list.
Police' said the mothers, who are

married to first cousins, both of

tnem taxi drivers, in an apparent
fit of despair gave their children
poison in their milk and then took

tne same dose themselves.
mu j 'ixi!i'

me ituaiuies were: Mrs. filar

Perez Mendcz, 26;, -and two of her1

sons,, David, a and-Dello, 3. On
the critical, list-were: Mrs. Isabel

Kebolto Fernandez, 32; her chil

dren Rolando, 4; Luis, 3; Julia, 2
and Iluminda, 7 months old; also

ivirs. Menaez remaining son, Dan
ia, 6.

Both families livetf in a' humble

apartment in suburban Mantilla,

iorwnicn iney paid $14 a month,

Music-Makers

Ansvvtr to Previous Puzzle

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10 Pair, ai of
horses 5 s
11 Make
mistakes
19 Observe
11 Rot flax
23 Near
24 Domesticated

ACROSS t;
1 Ancient Hindu
musical
instrument
8 Musical -'
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stb)3 1
12 "Emerald
Isle"
13'Cravat
14 Asseverate
15 Trigonometria
function
16 City in The
Netherlands
17 Rip

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20 Sleeping ,;,
visions
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28 Smalt pastries Vdor

33 Century plaot

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54 Female saint
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with malt.
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32 Chair yh
38 Decay'
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40 Rat i v

41 One (Ff.)'.

43 Set anew
44 Musical
instrument
49 Of n age
46 Chest rattja
47 Measures
49 Blemish
50 Facility
51 Get up
52 British

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ATLANTIC CITY: N.J. Secre

tary of Labor James P. Mitchell
th. i,H ministration's new pro-

UU I" ---

gram to eliminate racei-wui
from the labor movement:
tk i,h,ir nf man is not a com-.

modity to tte bought and sold in
th- market place like a sack of.

potatoes."
CHICAGO Television star Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Godfrey fter being irked by
a cattle agent who twice upped
his price 25 cents a pound at tne
auctioning of the world's champi champion
on champion steer: ..
"Who is that' two-bit man?
We've been fooling around long
enough. I'm going to give you
$30 a pound."
HAMPTON, Va. Squadron
Commander Maj. Jerry Hogue on
Lt Wilbert L. Messmaker, who ig ignored
nored ignored Hogue's order to bail out of
his flaming jet until the plane had
passed over the metropolitan
area: T ..
'Had he bailed out when I first
notified him he was on fira, he
would be alive right now. '

AMES, Iowa Secretary of
Agriculture Ezra 1 aft Benson s
comment on a labor leader's pro proposal
posal proposal that labor accept a one-year
freeze on' wages:,
"It makes ense..
CHANDLER, Ariz.- Air force
Chief of -Staff. Gen .Thomas B.

White at a super-aecret meeting
of military and scientific, leaders
discussing limited warfare:

In the bgM oi wraunuing len-

sion througnou; me

means of defending .against jvi
aggression in less.tban aU-ouwar
are of prime Importance,"
1 ST. LOUIS, Mo. -.'The Natibn Natibn-.i
.i Natibn-.i r.nn.ii nf Oinrchfs in a resolu

tion calling ea. Christiana to work

harder for peace' '--,.'

"In this faith, we welcome sucn
lew potenti-lities a may enhance
'.tuman life under Goo and we re re-dedicate
dedicate re-dedicate jiirselves to work with
lim in changing those tilings

which threaten des'juction of.hu

On account of the observance of
Panama's
IhsuA (bay
Tomorrow, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8
we shall remain open until 9:00 p.m..
today.
MOTTA'S

ural disasters. The committee sug.

gested that states be required to
contribute Jrom $250,000 to three
million dollars a year before they

wouia quau.ytor ftederal help.
r-u t i i u .

Public facilities damaged by nat- st'slmSn S

for peaceful use of atomic enerev

including public health and safe

ty.

arr.

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CHURCH

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reverent vrerihip.

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CHURCH

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tAOW OUTlfT MOXO, 70 KC

Wt Preach Christ
Crucified Risen Coming Agala

BEGINNING THIS WEEK
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 11-16
PROPHETIC MISSIONS CONFERENCE
Dr. OSWALD SMITH Dr. GARIN HAMILTON
THIS SUNDAY
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
Bible Study is for the whole family; bring tht
children, and join one of the 5 adult classes. P
8:2Q--TWO MORNING SERVICES 10:40
"THE TONGUES MOVEMENT"
Conversion bring control to the tongue
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
7:30 "BEING SORRY FOR SIN"
not all repentance brings salvation; only that
which la Godly. - v
. ' BELIEVERS BAPTISM
EVERYONE WELCOME. COMPLETE NURSERIES
Pray for. Billj Graham Panama Cmsada .. r

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In cf Spirit of Worship and Praia You
art Invited to Join Friendly People in
God's Holy House.

V MAKE REVERENT WORSHIP 7

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i 9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
The greatesVfeopk is taught, the greatest truths re-
"VehlKd, the' "greatest questions answered. You cannot
afford to think so little of so much. Start now to attend
with, the family,,,
1 1 :0dV'HOW PAGAN WILL CHRISTMAS BE?"' ;
"If yoti w'ant afr "awakening message don't miss this one.
The God at Christmas is Santa not the Saviour. Hear
how you can make your Christmas Christian. Our
Goal 175Pr;.,";
6:00r JET ADETS and YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
of1 Cry t0 l0Ud t0 latC" Traln y011r
iMMUMm at jEsus' feet?
"Why call ye me--master and do not the things I com com-rtjand
rtjand com-rtjand -yoi1 Are .you just a Sunday morning Christian?
?Sunday.iev.ning attendance pretty well separates Christ Christians
ians Christians -and chujch, ?oers.
rNURSERX-.--.".THE GOSPEL, THE UNTO SALVATION"
. r.i :.ij:.-;-i:3 Mtr, m WELCOME

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on your list at LOW, LOW PRICES!
Attractive, Unusual GIFTS
from all over the world:
CERAMICS and POTTERY
from ITALY!
COSTUMT JEWELRY from
FRANCE. SPAIN, GERMANY

and UNITED STATES!

"Van Raalte" and "Kayser" New
Beautiful Nylon LINGERIE
yi'ilh lavish ,lae trims

TOdtfSANDS of TOYS, the most

Ori?nal Tdys!

Give Home Accessories, Decorative

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you spend your First Dollar!
SHAI J. W: T.XI'KI.T YOUR VISIT?

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INNOVACION

Telephone 2-1427

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to beautify your home
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and in differenhcolprs.
O An immense stbek of PLASTICS

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6 DRAPES

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TBI FANA.MA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Church of Christ

W. Burrow. Evangensl
Telephone SSM
, BALBOA; 0451. Balboa Boao
t erricea Sunday IO:OU am 110 e.m.
ikOSJtn Amiin Lesion Hail.
. fi'.-ll. K.mri.v mum) am ":0U a.an
10 ABAJO: House No.
f Sunday IM C-as
10X4 15th St
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Unitarian
lata
bMliteviAN
aocu.ii
id JO a-aa.
Bid. e3
Mtcon Blvd.
Uun) Plane
Ancon
,OUl 1MV1KUMI
10 liberal
rclliion
DdpUSt
all elruja nua
Drawer lboe
Phone -lU
Karl
.ntrew',
fhona -Ul
l;4i a m
11.UU a m
n.M p.in
140 PJn
1.M p.m.
7:00 p.m.
1U:00 a.m.
Mutniui woranlp
'iraiiu" Union
frayar Moating, Wadnaaday
luZuvu BUua school
tttooa- Monday...
jacn Saturday
r'lMl BAPTIST CHUBCB
Balboa lialghta, C. 7,
627 Ancon Boultvard
Drawer "B" Balboa Hjiahta
Phono Balboa 1721
William H. Beebj. Fallot
Sunday School
Unmlnl Wor.lhiD
:S0 a m
10.45 a. in
8:3 p m
7:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
Baptist Training Union
Svangelistic Service ......
Jrayer Meeting, Wednesday.
tV.M.S Blblo Study Ihura
kSni Brotherhood (Lai
Monday tn month
S:0U am
1iO pjn
riKST BAPTIST CHUKCal
MargariU Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita, Canal Zone
Bev. Wendall C Parker, Tarter
linn.. Scnuoi
a:43 a m
Morning Worship
Baptist mining Union
Evening. Worship
Brotherhood, Tuesday ..
Prayer Services, Wednesdays
W.M.U. 1st & 3rd Fridays
. O.K., H.A., A Sunbeams.
Fridays
11:00 a.m.
:30 p.m.
7:45 p.m.
7:00 D-m.
. 7:00 pm.
1:30 pJn.
sW-.
f Salvation Army
(Non-Denominational Evangelistic
Meetings)
FAN At" A CITTt
CapUin At Mra. H. Grant
U February Street, Phone: 24-20054
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3 :00 Sunday School.
' 7:30 Salvation Meeting,
LA BOCA C Z.
Ltoutenaul Pansy Campbell
Building No 1040. Phone: 2-285?
lllOA tiuljness Meeting.
3:00 Sunda.' School.
' 7:30 Sa'VaUon Moetinr
PAHAiSu, C.Z.
Envoy aV Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Ouiara Sueet
4:00 suJla.v School.
11:00 Hiiliness Meeting.
, 3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Solvation Meeting,
COLON CENTRAL
Senior t apt and Mrs. C. Moonsawmy.
14th S'.ied Phone: 34-743.
- COLO.v 1H1KL 'STREET
7:30 Salvation Meeting,
Union Churches
BALBOA
The Bev. Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2-1486 Church Office 2 3234
S:30 a.m. Church School Free bu
service. Classes for all ages.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service The
Expanded session for Nursery. Kinder
gaarten and Primary Depts. Church
time Nursery for children under 3 vrs
4:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
PoM High Fellowship
7:00 p.m. Senior High Ftllowship.
7:30 p.m. Evening Service.
GATUN
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
' Telephone. 5-355
Church School. ilh Adult Bible
Class. 9.45.
Service of Worship, 11:00.
Jfouth Fellowship. 5:45.
JAAROARTTA
Mararita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
Bev. Theodore R. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2M2. Res. 3-1494
SrMtoay Serviroa:
:45. ajn. Church School. Bus service
Classes: Nursery through sdult.
tIM a m. Mornlnr Worship.
-nner1 fm infants and small chll
p.m. Junior Fellowship.
rlS pm Youth Fellowship.
omple1e schedule of suxilianr
sc
tirWes and official meetings as an
nobnred from week to week.
gXVbo
, Re; Walker M. Aldertnn. Pastor
O" : 4-470 Res -n0
SO- an Sunday School
10 44 am Momlnr Worshlo.
Official meetinrs and week-day
vttiM s announced

:
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ISTHMIAN

Churches af tha many faiths in hs Canal Xaaa, 4 tha tarmfaal ltla
f Panama and Colon, Kepuslk af Panama, eatena" wSlsenta at aN
tlmai te man and wsmaa si the armee esrvicas, and H alvlllsa naif -sori,
friends and strangers. U Ws'
Ai spssHs lervke, Tha Panama Amaricaa list selsvr,' sy rfaiUmU
nations, notices af hears af warship and athar ra'falar astivitlsfc .,"
Listings ara relates" from tints fa tima. Denemipef lens having ash
sna ar two ssngrsgstiens ara Uitae anssr "Other Churches service."
A special listing it (ncluaas fsr services at Army pasts, Air Faras bsssj,
ana Naval stations.
Minirtari,1 church secretaries ino' chaplains ara ashes' ft Warns tha
news desk. In writing hy Wednesday naan at tha. latest af arty aaanges
for tha earning Saturday'! church page.

Catholic
it uiiri rxiituH Salbea
Sunday Mmwi 1:00. 1:00. 10:00 and
12:00 a.m.
Holy Day Maaaoai 111, 4:00, 114 a m
nd S-DA o.na.
Cnnfeesione: Saturday. 1:90 to :0
and 7:00 to 4.00 am Thursday, before
First Friday: 7:0S to a:uo p.m.
Miraculous Modal Novano: 11 P
Mnndava.
Catecnisra cues' anar mo e:w
on Sunday.
Hi go School stuay -iuo iw i-m- v,
Wednesday.
SACKED HEABT Aaooa
Sunday Masaoa: 1:5s, 7:10 CM a m
Holy Day mama: :55 am anJ S:00
a.m. i
Confaaslons: Saturday i:ia to :w ano
7.15 to t:00 p.m. Thuroaay befors rirt
Friday 7:00 p m.
Sacred heart Devotional 1:00 D as. an
Fridays
Catechism Class I t:ll ta i.U pm on
Thursday.
OUR LADY OF FATIMA-Caraaas
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Maw at 1:30 p.m.
Confession: COO to Ctt pm as) Sat
urdav.
Catechism Class! Saturday I M to 10
a.m.
ST. JOSEPH Taraba
Sunday Massaa at 7 KM and 1:11 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at COO p.m.
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 1 30 to 4 JO and
a -in tn 7:10.
Catechism Classt Sunday 1:00 to 4:00
p.m.
Miraculoua Medal N ovens i 1M p.m
on Friday.
Convert Instructional Thursday 1:00
p.m.
ST. 'VINCENT'S Panama City
Sunday Masses: 4:00 and :30 a.m.
Holy Dav Masaas: 1:30 and 5:00 p.m
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
4:00 and 4:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 1 .00 to SM and
7 UK) to 8:00 p.m. Thursdays before first
Friday 7:30 p.m.
Miraculous Madsl Noveaa and Sta
linns nf tha Cross: Friday 7:10 P.m.
Catechism Class! After 1:30 rnasa an
Sunday
Thnrtriav
Convert Class. 4:10 p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S CacoB
Sunday Mass: 4:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 4:00 am. (It It falls
on Saturday a:ao a.m.;
Catechism Class: 4:10 to coo p sb. as
Monday.
Confessions: a:vu to s:jv a.m. aunoij,
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA BALLS
Parejae Lefevre
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 4:10 a.m.
WeeK uays msss: o:w arum.. Aiiurv.
Frl. and Sat First Friday mass: 4:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses! 4:00 a.m. ta :08
p.m.
Confessions: 130 to 430 and 7:00 to
4:00 pm. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal No
fiovertai Friday 1M
p.m
Catechism Class; 3:30 p m. on Sunday
ST. THEBESr? La Boca
Convert Class: Monday 730 p.m.
Sunday Mass
iv Mass: T.-oa a.m.
Holy
Dav Mam: 4:30 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:30 to 7:30 p.m
TkM..j.u hafnra First Friday 4:30 p.m.
ratftrhiain l: ass: sua p.m.
Hurt Novena: 7:00 pm. on
Convert Class i 4:30 a m. on Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST JOSEPH'S Coln
ay Masses: s:a. :"
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 ano a:ow am
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4.00 to 4:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. M
Miraculous Medal Novana: Wednesday
8:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena: snaay r:ia p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 pjn.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Class: Sunday 10:14 a.m. to
1145 am 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First Friday Exposition of Most Bless Blessed
ed Blessed Sacrament all day Reposition at 430
a.m Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotlone ta our Lady
of Falima The Holy Rosary 50 a.m
First Commun on Instructions for enn
dren Mondsvs snd Thursdays 4:00 to
7 00 p m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Crletdbal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8 00 and 10:30 a.m
Holy Day Masses: 4:00. :00 a.m. and
3:15 p.m
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 4:00 and
7 00 to 8 :00 p m. After Rosary each eve-
iing
Miraculous Medsl Novena! 3:14 and
7:00 p m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 4:44 Maaa on
Sunday Sunday-First
First Sunday-First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 4:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH ta Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7:30. 4:30.
1 1 uw a
4:00 a.m.
g:04 a.m.
4:00 p.m
7 UK) p.m
5:15 pm
First Saturday Mass:
Weekday Masses:
Sa. sir day .. 7 00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medsl Novena
Holy Day Masses; 7:30 am.
Confession 3:44 p m. ta
every Monday
4.:4t p.m
:..t
"arlsh Family Roaary
Benediction
and'Jr
t.-00 P.
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group
every Friday
1st Friday Devotions ...
1st Saturday Devotions ..
730 p m
7 40 p.m
im pa
ST VINCFJVTS Rstnbow; City
Sunday Maso: 434 a.raw. and 40
s m :;
Holy Oay Massaai 44 ass. and 4:00
p m.
Confessions: l to 4:40 and 7 : is
m p.m Saturday.
Laiechism Class: 14:44 is. an Sunday
Convert Class, -every Monday at 1M
o.m.
Miraculous Modal MMonai taM.siaa
on Tuesdsy. V.-
Sarred Heart Novenai t.a"aasL- aa
Friday '""'
IMMACULATE C ONCKPTIOM ataa
Sunoav Mass- 4') s.m s
Holy Day Mass: a m.
Confessions: 434 to 74 p at, an Set-
irday.
C'-hl.-r. Oi- 4-00 en m Mmtar
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSaX
Sunday Maases: 7 AS and
43a as
Holy Day Masnea: 4
as, and 4 4t
Confeeofie Saturday af 7M aa. aaC
aftrt ell evening devotkicw.
Rapt hams by appointment
Miraeulbue Meoet NnVana--1 a k
s Ti.isdar ;
Sjcted Heart Nevenai -tt ant en
Friday
"f schoatr 4 34 pm. on Bunoey
Religiou. Insrsrt)n) Clase far can.
dren. 4 ta) a.m on Thuraday
Religinus Instruction for adults iCan.
snnnii i e pas on stoe
day.
tsavart tmtrurttane by appotntraant

CHURCH

Fpijccpal
Tha Bl. Bey. B. Hakes Caedaav S.T-D.
Tha Vary Be. Malnert J. Fbtetsss,
.TM- Daaa
4N11IM. CJt
THE CATHEDRAL Of ST.
SUNDAYS
LUKE
SUNDAYS
7 ::to a.m. Holy Communion.
C15 a.m. Church School tH61y, Com Communion
munion Communion Ird Sunday).
4:30 ajn. Santa Communion, Srd Sun-
iy :. ..
u in am. Eaeuota uomuiim.
li:O0 s.m MornuiB Prayer and Ser
mon, Holy communion isi aunosj.
7:00 p.m. Evening service.
WCDNESCAYS v '
i 30 an.. Holy Communion.
7:00 pra rvenins Prayer.
HOLT' DAYS
Heiy Communion.
Holy Communion.
pah-t
4:00 a.m.
a 30 am
4:14 s m. Morning Prayer.
17:00 Mir-da Missionary Prayers.
cocou
Charch at St Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion
'Family Prayer and
TJO a.m
t JO a ja
Church School
(Also Holy Communion no.
Sunday eacn monm
Morning Prayer
A Sermon 1144 s.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy
Communion
1:04 S.m
COBOZAL
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Bev Clarence W. Mayas,
Priest In Charge
FRIDAYS
3:00 ajn. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
AM BOA
St. Btmaa'a Cbatoh
Tha Rat.
John Spear, Priest I Charge
SUNDAYS
Choral Eueharist
and Sar-
7:04 a m.
3:00 p.m
5:60 p m.
7:00 p.m.
Church School
Episcopal Young Churchman
Evensong and Sermon
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer
and Holy
Communion
4:00 a.m
Evening Prayer ...........
Woman's Auxiliary. Snd and
7:00 p
WEDNESDAYS at THURSDAYS
Holy Communion :w e m
Morning Prayer COO a.m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m.
e AmiamA va
' Family Eucharist .v.. 4:30 a.m
Offica af Complins 40 p.m
LA BOCA
UMir'i church
The Re. John Spear. Priest In Charge
Morning Prayer and Church
School 00 ajn
Confirmation Class 4:30 a.m
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
mon 1034 am
Holy Baptism
Evansona and Addrssa
12:00 noon
. 734 pm
, 730 p .m
3rd MONDAYS
Woman 'a Auxiliary ...
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion s.wi at
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Tan. L. B. Shirley, Priest ta Charge
THURSDAYS
4:30 am. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St Margaret
Espsve and Brazos Blvd.
Tha Rev. Jassa K. Renew, Bectef
SUNDAYS
7 30 a.m. Holy Communion.
4:44 a.m. Morning Prayer and
Church School.
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS ano HOLY DAYS
t 30 a.m. Hoiy communion.
PARAISO
The Rev. Atlas R. Wentt,
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A. Osborne,
Vlear Emerirsa
SUNDAYS
4:00 a.m. Choral, Eucharist at Sermon
4:30 a.m. Infant Baptism,
4 .40 t :u. Church School
(heid Ir Buildink 131)
5:00p.m Youth Fellowship
7 HO i m. Evensong and Address,
and and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1 .30 d m Woman s Auxiliary and AI AI-Ult
Ult AI-Ult Guild Meeting,
PANAMA CITY
St Peal's Chnrek
The Vcsl Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
The Re Fits R. Atwall. Daaeaa
SUNDAV;
d:00 a.m. Holy Communion
4 '00 a Jo Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:45 ni Morning Prayer and Churcti
Schnni
11:00 nsKt Holy Baptlasl
7 00 :.ta Solemn yeapera A
TUESDAYS
a 30 a m Holy Communion
730 B m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
1:4) is Holy Communion
7:00 p m. Evening Prayer
lHUR:5AYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 ( m. Hoi Crjmmusiest
HOLY DAYS
5 00 a.m. Hot Communion.
CHRJST CtTURCH BY-THE4EA
- Epiaeapal
Colon. R P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
Tha Re. Jasaoa Peter Farmer, Rector
Tha Rev.- Henry A. Blake, Assistant
V SUNDAY
4:00 a.m. Holy Commun Ion.
334 ajn. Morning Prayer.
4.-SS a an. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
143S ajn. Church Srhool.
730 p.Sav Soeemn Evensong and Bar
1
MONDAY, TUESDAY at THURSDAY
. OO ajn. Holy Communion. :
l rwm ajn. aurning Frayar.
4 44 pat. Evening Prayer.
., WEDNESDAY
4 04 ajn. Holy Cacnmunioa.
7 :SS ajn. Morning Prayer.
73S pan. Evening Prayer and Sermon
FRIDAY
TM mm. Morning Prayer -4.-SS
ajn. Children's rAietigrist.
1 OS pat. Evening. Prayer.-..
SATURDAY
tin) am. Holy Comtnunieei.
7 ae am. 'Morning Prayer.
$ "0 o m. Evenina Prayer.

f 34 pjn. Compline and Meditation.

NOTICES

RIO ABAJO
St Christopher's Church
loth Street. Parque Lefovra
. The Rev Ctaroare W. Hayes,
Priest In Charge
Tha Rev. Clarence A. Cragwao,
Assistant
SUNDAYS
4:00 ajn. Hoi Communion.
9 :SO a.m. Suna Eucharist and 8V rmon
1434 a.m. Morning Prayer and Church
school.
11:00 noon Holy Baptlem.
4:30 p.m Evensong. and Sermon,
MONDAYS
730 o.m 1st and 3rd, rToman's Aiixl
x liar.
TUESDAYS
4:34 p.m. Junlar Daughters or mt
King.
7:30 tn. Youth FeUowshis.
WEDNESDAYS
g:oo a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 p.m. Evening prayer and Religious
instructions.
THURSDAYS
4:00 pm Girls' rrlendiv Boclety.
3:00 D.m. 1st and 3rd. Slnajetons.
SATURDAYS
P30 am Junior confirmation ciaaa.
Other Churches
CHURCH Of THR NAEARENR
444 FranglpanJ St. Ancon, C.Z.
Bev. Blmer O. NsUeau Pastor
ox 27 Balboa. C.Z. Tel. 1-2403
Sunday School 4:45 ajn
Worship Service ...... io:4sam
Youth Service 4:45 pm.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.rrf
Prayer Service,. Wad. ,.; ,7:3s p.m
. CHURCH OF THR MAZAREN
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph K Hysong
Write: Box 5014 MargariU, C.Z.
Phone: 11 5M
Sunday School 4:44 a m
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Evening Service 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panaau R.P.. 43rd Street East
atav St. M Brawn. Minister
Divine Worship 4:30 a.m
Knnria Srhool ............ 3:00 D.m
Sunday Masses 7. 7:44 1164
Rio Abajo,
School
R.P.
Sunday
1:00 p.m.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
MMtlnaa Thursdava at 7:30 D.m, and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. t Wlrs Memorial.
804 Bair-ca noaa, nainoa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAT SAINTS (Mormon)
Chanel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 4:30 a.m
Sunday School; Sunday 10:40 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 4:00 p.m
Relief Society; Tuesday :wi a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 730 p.m.
Primary; Thuraday 40 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Atlantle Branch
Building 200, Schoolhoust Road, Gatun
Sunday scnoot; ounnay :jw .m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 SJtt,
CVRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A WBnn Hesrted CJhnrcli"
Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
M. as.-71ia Of. 43-3105
Sunday School 4:30 a. m
i a elasa for aver aSe)
Morning Worship ll:oo a Jn
Youth Fellowship ......... COO pjn
r.uMilna Warshln 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Pralsa (Wed.) 7:00 pjn.
A church nursey M provioca.
OLU CATHOUC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
w-t ietat euindao at 1 34 S.m
Tuasdaya, Weoneadays and Thursday
K.JZmM mt Dnctlos fHssllns tor
tra 1 rtret Sunday of ansa month at
734 BJB
Igowait Ha 11 bet. Christian ChsreB
Panaaw B.P
Rt Rev. T. Jamas. D, D. Bishop
otrieisnng.
Morning devotlon
4:00 a.m
11:00 a.m
1:00 p.m
7:30 p.m
Fellowship Worship ....
Sunday School
Divine Service
BAHAIS CENTEB
si rtrat Street
Urbanlzacl6n El Carmen, Panamd City.
Informal Maine auo ui ui-Thirrsdaya.
Thirrsdaya. ui-Thirrsdaya. ..... ... v" ; -iii?0. m
Colon, 3th A Front Straela
(stairs Americas Bazaar)
Study Classes Thursdays, iv p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba SU Paralso. C.Z.
Bev Waldaba H. wart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.nt Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:13 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People a Society
Wednesday: 730 kfld-waek Christian
Fellowship. .
Thursday: 1:00 Choh Rehearsal.
Friday: 730 Woman'a Missionary r
elety.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mrs. Mands Bin so. Pastor
Sunday School ...10:00a.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Night Service ............... 330 pan
- tUlVt CTTURCH OP GOD 1
Cr. Jamaica And Trinidad SIS.
Rainbow City, Canal Zona
Rev. Wm. Livingston, Pastor
THE CHURCH OP GOD
7434 Eighth Street Coldn
Rev. W. Grandlson, Pastor
Sunday School ........ .... 4:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ............ icso a.m
NlgM Serylco ...............
Mornmg Warshl ..S....S.'.. J SJn.
Sunday School .............. 103" a.m.
Night Sortlea 1JU 4-aa-
THB CBUBCH OF OOB) Ble Abaa
Moate Oscars Rd-13th St
Rev. Was. J. Jahnaan. Pastor
Sunday Schoo .............. CJO Son
Morning Woranlp 103S a.m.
Night Service 130 p.m
CtTURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
Re. B E. Watson, Overseer
khoti. a .4 2a. Box 353. Gam boa
ChurchM at Paraiso, CZ. t Re, and
U un.n r. WhVtOL ColOO. RJ
(Rev Fernando Lorerieei. Rio Abaje
1 Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynaa), and
r.MsrS and Mia. Clifford Grsaves)
Sunday and weekdays aarvicaa at aU
ahurcbea.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near DisMo school) -Re
Carl V. Theeaaeon. Mmtstos
Box 44. Diablo Heighta. CZ.
Phases: Homo, Gamboa III
Ckorrk italbae 4371
Sunday School 1040 a m
Worship Service 11-00 e.m
Youth Service 70 pjn.
Evangelistic Service IJtta
Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Scrvico 134 p.m.
Lutheran
RPEDEMEB LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at WlfM Stroat
Be Bobert P. Gnesttn. Psatas
PO Ban ass. Balboa -afcmday
aVrtnai. Bible tnts 4SS am
Divine Servifa g:i4 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sanday of the
month.
AtlaaHr Bide
Former ettapet of Our Saviours tnts-
eooal ctiepet 3rd St and Molcndes Ave.
ew (.riatooai.
Mr. Pagens H. Basnet, ttear
Simday SchosA, Bible Clam 434 am.
Divine Service 14:14 BJn.
Nnljr Coxaoniansen, jast Sunday at the
mnth- v

'.,.t.-; ,.

s
Jewlri Welfare Board Bid. 743.X La
atoca Roau. Balboa. JL, RasM Nathan
witKin Uiractor.
Servian, Friday. 130 njuu Batunuv
531 o m
(Saa asev llttinas of Jewish
under. Posts. Bases and SUtiona).
. tongieganon Kol Shoarltb Israel Ave,
fllaa Cuba and 34th Street Bella Vials
Panamd dry Servloos 4:00 p.m
Christian Scientist
,' CUMISTtsXMSCUCNtA kMUMUIaJi
(Tret Church of Christ. Scion tut Anooi
- 440 Ajmoo Boulevard.
Sunday 11 :H). vVeaiiesOat 4aMl SJB
Sunaav School 430 in
'Im enures ut.Uhrait, kcuaalisL Crtetoaa,
13th Street 4 SoUvai atighway
Bono... Srnnoi 4:sn a Jn
Sunday 11:04 sjn. Wsdnaaday 4.-04 p.m.
Posts and Bases
PACU IC SIDh
Proteataat
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Church-time Nursery School...
tM
10.00
10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No.
f 124)
Morning Worship
Thuraday Evening Mld-Week
Sorvice
Youth Fellowship Sunday ....
4:00
1034
730
4:00
FORT K.OBBS
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Evening Worship . .
Worship Service, Madden Wya
Worship Service. Rio Hato ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier's Fellowship Thura. .
Officer's Christian Union Thura.
4:00
10:30
7:00
7:00
8:15.
4:00
7:00
3:00
ALBROOX AIR FORCE BASR
Sunday School 4:311
Adult Bible Clasa (NCO Club).. 4:311
Morning Worship 4:30 Ja 10:45
Youth Fellowship 4:3u
U.S. NAVAL STATION1. Rodman
Sunday scnooi 1:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Hojy ComraUnion First Sunday
oi Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Woranlp 4:00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Station, Summit.',
4:00
Catkalla
FORT AMADOR
Daily Maaa
Sunday Masses
Confessions, Saturday
4:30
3:30
7:30
4:25
7:00
.4:30
4:00
unoay
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mam ,.,
Sunday Masses
Confessions Saturday ..
4:41
4:00
.7:44
430
4:00
FORT KORBB
Dally Mass
Saturday Masses
Sunday Masses 8:00
Monday Novena Devotions ..
Confessions Saturday. v. 4:00
4:14
4:00
11:45
7:30
730
COROZAL
Sunday Mam 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASI
Daily Mass 4:00
Saturday Maaa 7:00
Sunday Masaas 7:45 at 12:00
Spanish 7:00
Novena Servlces-Tueeday ...... 7:04
Confeasions-Saturday 7:00
,. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday Mass 330
Jewish
rORT KOBBE
Saturday 1:00
USO-JWB. Balboa
Friday 7:34
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 4:04
USO-jwb (Balboa)
Saturday 5:30
ATLANTIC SIDB
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 253 .... 4:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuesday 7:00
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel 4:30
Choir Practice Wednesday
Poet Chapel 730
FORT GULICK
Sunday School
430
Momma Worship
10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ....
4:30
7;30
Bible Study. Wednesday
Ladies Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs.
1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School
4:30
Morning Worship
11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
ef Month)
Cathelia
FORT DAVIS
Dally Mass....,
Sunday Mass ....
7:00
4:30
4:00
8:45
conressiont: Saturday
Sunday
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass
Saturday Maaa
Sunday Masaea ....... 7:45 eV
Confeatlona, Saturday .. 4:00 at
ISO
7:00
10:15
1M
S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Dally Mass ..
4:00
Saturday Mesa
4:30
ounuay aftaao ........
4:00
coco solito
Sunday Mass
730
Jew lab
FORT GUUCK
Tuesday
Orach Orthodox
7 U3
Creek Orthodox services are conduct conducted
ed conducted et the Church ot the Anunciation,
Via Belisario Porras, San Francisco dc
la Caleta. Panamd City. RJ.. and at
the Church of St Anthony, Avenlda
Melendez. Colon, RJ"., on alternate Sun Sundays
days Sundays at 4:30. For further information,
call tha Office of the Army Chaplain
82-3114.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services tot all churches
as follows:
SATURDAY: I
Sabbath School 4:30 a.m.
Divine Service 110 a.m.
Youth's Moating 434 pjn.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study
730 pjn.
Prayer Servtc
Paelfle Slss PenassS
Pastor W. ri. Waller Tel. 2&-1-3X
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. P So la Oasa
Na. 17 Chorrllls tsth Ns. 37 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo t-A St between 3rB an4 4th
Sta. Bio Abajo 11th Me. 37 Ga see
and Priiojea.
Pester O. D. Willlama-Tal. 444
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 4-s3
paaieai CSnrcSee feHfte BtOe Panama
Pastor rtorncrta Quints
Panama. Calls Darien No. 3
Poareaal A Nuovn Guarars.
Atlaalle SISe
Pastor Q. A. Jefrrioe ToL 344241.
Cotaei
CHotasat ltngllh lth A Borhrar Ave.
Criatnbal Srenish I at A Bolivar Ave
Central Ofrleo:
4S44 Gevilea BooS Tea. 3-14U U

Widow Tells Court

How Marines Shot,
Stomped On Spouse
WILMINOTON. tf. C. (UP)
Teotimonv rt4umd today in the
trig) of three youn. Mgrine4 Iden
tified Thursday by witneggei as
mere berg of a group which shot
youne Wllmincton man to death
and beat; and uonrped his body aa
hia wife witched.
The widow, Mn. Charlea E. Sut
livan. described the foadhouse
bra wl' which .nded when another
Marine 'draned Her buiband
body by the foot to where ahe wai
gunning, sne quotea mm as say
ins ahe had "better let hrm to
hospital Quick because he ii dy
ing." But, she added, none of the
Marlnea offered to help,
Mrg. Sullivan, first prosecution
witnesa in the trial of three Mar-
inea who were part of the group of
etgnt accused, said two of the de
fendanta held her husband's rifle
when two snots -were fired. In her
teitimony. broken by freauent cry
ing, he 4tid the mn grabbed the
gun from sumvan.
She identified Paul Hugh Faust,
18, of Baltimore,1 Md... as the man
wbj snatched the gun from her
husoand nd said Thomas Powell
Jr.t 19, pf Cincinnati t was holding
it when it went off again
The two men. along with Wilbur
uarier, zu, Annapous. mo., are me
only ones ing tried in this ses
sion of superior court,
She identified -Powell, Carter.
and William U Johnson, 20, of
Jackson, t?la., as the men who
stomped on -her husband's face
chest and stomach when he fell
to the ground, and said Jerry D
Jackson, 20, of Athens, Ala
dragged the body toward her.
Several other women testified
that Faust ran up to their cars
apparently wasting to leave the
scene quickly. One of them said he
told her, "Somebody's got to get
me out of here, l just snot a guy.'
Baha'i Failh Names
Body Of Nine To
Sfeer lis Affairs
The Hands of the Bah&'i Faith
an institution established by Sa
ha'u'llah its Founder, and de
signed as -is chief stewards, who
number 27 and represent the five
continents of the globe, after
meeting at the World Center of
the Faith, announce that they have
elected nine 6f their members to
conduct and protect the affairs
of the Faith from its World Cen
ter.
This body of nine will maintain
the BahsVi Shrines and Holv
Places in Akka and Haifa, which
His Eminence, the late Shogai Rab Rab-bani,
bani, Rab-bani, world hea'd of the Faith, had
made into beauty spots of the
Mediterranean area, and continue
their expansion. They will coordin
ate all the activities of Bah&'i
Communities in over 250 countries
and islands of the world, and will
carry forward all the plant out-
Ikied by iiim for its expansion
and .development, including the
holding of the five intercontinen intercontinental
tal intercontinental conferences which he schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for 1958 in Kampala, Uganda;
Sydney, Australia; Chicago, Unit United
ed United States; Frankfurt, Germany,
and Djakarta, Indonesia.
They will also tee that the two
Baha'i nouses of worship In A-
frica and Australia, work on which
was begun under the direction of
the late head of the Faith, are
completed: and that the third one,
contemplated for Europe, is built.
It will be heir responsibility to
see that the National and Region Regional
al Regional Bahtf'i Assemblies, which un under
der under his ministry grew in number
from two to 26, and which at the
present time reptent more than
4.5Q0 Baha'i Centers, are stead stead-ly
ly stead-ly increased.
The names of the body o f nine
elected to fulfill these responsibi responsibilities
lities responsibilities from ihe World Center are
as follows: Ruhiyyih Rabbani,
Charles Mason Remey, Amelia
Collins, Leroy Ioaa, Hasan Shh-azi,
All Akbar Furutan, Jalal Khazeb,
Paul E. Haney and Adelbert Muh
tchlegeL
K
In

6ia. PMameiia de'Zucrza y iiz

BITHIL MISSION
The Bethel Mission Church in
Paraiso wrll receive three new
membera at the 11 O'clock serv
ice tomorrow when the Lor d'a
Sunoer will be observed.
The Rev. W.' H. si.ewart. who
will give the "right hand of fel
lowshio" to the new members
will also preach the reception
message.
Other activities listed fof the
day are Sunday school at 9:45,
and cosoel service af 7:15 p.m
The Parque Lefevre Sunday
school which meets at Building
249 at the corner of first and fifth
Streets, Parque Lefevre, meets
regularly at. 3:30 p.m.
Scheduled week meetings are
tha Young People Society, on Mon Mon-day
day Mon-day niffht and the mid-week
Christian FllowshiD on Wednesday
night. Both meetings begin at
7:30 p.m.
ISTHMIAN iAPTIST
i Cristobal
Dedication of Sunday School
Junta Femenina
To Distribute 12
Layelles Tomorrow
Mother's Day will be again ob
served by the Junta Femenina
de Beneficencia tomorrow, morn morning,
ing, morning, when 12 layettes will be pre presented
sented presented to the needy. pregnant
mothers who are rerelvmg medi medical
cal medical rare at the nre-natal clinic of
the Panama Red Cross.
The presentations will be made
as in -former years, at the head head-ouarters
ouarters head-ouarters of the fled Cross, in ihe
presence of the First Lady of the
Poublic, Mrs. Mercedes de la
Guardia, president- of the'' Red
Cross, as well as other Kea uross
officials.
The clothing for the layettes
were made hy members of ttfe
Junta, whn are now engaged in
decorating the. baskets.
The annual distribution of unrisi-
mac oacicaees to needy I a mine 8
and the-treat fpr-underprivileged
children will ta.ta place uec. a,
at the Geddes Hall.A
The board of directors of the
Junta Femenina ha announced
that packages will be delivered
only to those persons holding tick tickets
ets tickets signed by a member.
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will be closed Monday, December 9th

observance of Mother's Day.

wuraera, snu iiic wubsi fsnts ui isi-
ble Sunday will be among' the
chief activities at the First Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Baptist Church 'tomorrow.
'At night all' the EUts on-the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic aide will atend. the eve eve-ning
ning eve-ning worship and. will .make a
presentation to veteran schoolmaa schoolmaa-ter
ter schoolmaa-ter Richard F. Millington-aa
tribute to him for the oustandinf
contribution, especially to the, field
of education, for over half s cen cen-tury.
tury. cen-tury. The pastor of the Church,
the Rev. Sylvanus A. Scarlett, will
be the preacher at 'All the gervie gervie-es
es gervie-es of the day. ; 1
The following ars the services
listed to take ptace Mv-
9:45 a.m.1 Sunday School for all
ages, with special emphasis or
"The Bible Way of Life" Mrs.
Hazel A. Scarlett, superintendent.
11 a.m. Observance Of Bible
Sunday with special readings show showing
ing showing the relevance of the Scriptures
to every need. ... 'j
8 p.m. Training Union with
Miss Mavis Catherwood ai direc director.
tor. director.
7 p.m. Evening .Worship.
II. Y. Real Eslale
Board To Fighi
Discrimination Ban
NEW YORK fUP A spokei-

man for the .New Ybrk Real Es
tate Board said today that City
Council legislation banning dis discrimination
crimination discrimination in private rental hous
ing "will tie contested m tne nign-
est courts.
The spores man. James An
drews, said the legislation passed
Thursday "violates the fundamen fundamental
tal fundamental rights of the owner of private
property." ii,
The council ended six -monins oi
controversy ard debate by passing
the precedent-maklcg bill 20 to 1.
It will be sent to Mayor Robert
F. Wagner tor nis certain ap approval.
proval. approval. The bill, which will become ef effective
fective effective as Jaw in New York's five
boroughs next April 1, will mak
it illegal to refuse o rerft or sell
an apartment or multiple dwelling
because at a prospective tenant's
"race, color, religion, national ori origin
gin origin or ancestry."
It applies to cooperative -apartments,
but does not apply to one
or two family dwellings unless
they are in a development of 10
or more homes. a
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ENTEETAIN ISO .CCE5TS AT TEA PARTY
; v"'" AlMtnt ISO ladleg tthee in the ballroom the' Hotel
TiTott thta afternoon for a tea party lten- by Mr. Fred
- Hodf,' Mm. GenevleTe Lonr and. Mrs. Jo conklin.
Officiating at the7 attractiTely decorated table were Mr.
R. --C. toeaham Mrs. Barry Lefay, MIm Ruth Creasy, Mra.
Gerald Nell, Mr$. Roger Michel and Mm. Stanley Hamilton.

Covirnor't Reception

. For Prtudtn t -V;,, :
., Poitpontd.
The-reception, wbich was to be
given by JGovernor and Mrs. Wil William
liam William C Potter forr President and

Mrs. Ernesto de la Giiardia last

nigbV Jia been postponed.
Annusj Christmas
. Party f Pilots'
iiiUlaii Tanlahl

TM annnal:Cbritnr4 f

' UAH IV VI "W aaiVM npgvvinwvu
will be held in the Balboa Boom
of Hotel fiaWam Hjlton atl 7
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VdterAVM afPorei)- r r v
WaVs Hold Daiwe J f 5 t
The General George W. Goethals
Post -No. 835 of the VeUrans of
Foreign Wars of the SMlwill
hold ia .soqial dappe : tonight y at
their, Post. Home in.pocoli start starting
ing starting at 8:30 o!clock. ;

Music for dancinewill be fur-.

nished .by the Gay Spots Combo.

members. "Guests of these mem
bers are welcome to attend, pro

Lvlded a member accompanies

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Banauet Will

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Members of tbe PaMina Marlin
Club will hold a banquet-ot which
priies will be awarded on Friday

Dec. 13 at the, union yiuo.
Pat Morgan's
Pupils Will
Annual: Flawai WOW - ,J
Those Interested in flowers and
floral arrangements are due for
a treat on Monday evening, when
tha Flower Show opens at 8 o'clock

at the. YMCA-USO. ; f ..
pila- -Mrs, Pat -Morgan s
morning and evening classes will

show examples of tneir wont. r,n

tries will be judged on the basis
of original tesign, condition of

material, relation cf material 10
container, balance of design, color

harmony and use of interesting

material.

Soma facta about men that wo

men find hard to understand:

Why a man thinks that his in

ability to understand a woman is
something to brag about.
. How a man can become so at attached
tached attached to an old hat, a paint-spattered,
worn out pair of khakis,
or an old bathrobe. ? r r-!
! r-! Why it is easirr for ,tman to
take a map with a play-by-play

rpDort of a ball fame droninf in

his ears, than in peace and quiet.

The sudden rejuvenation of a
group of tired husbands whett' an
attractive and momentarily un unattached
attached unattached young thing cornea into

ithe room.

why a man's aiy-is ruined u

lumsn Cfein Combs
Jhlck Woods For
Missing 7-Year-pld
sycamore;, nibeeVV -UP)
Four hundred volunteers formed
a mile-long human chain and
tramped through thick woods to
day in search of missing, 7-year
nlri Uaria Ridulnh.

Th mm a ?Mi nirl v .' Included 100 I

National Guardsmen. It was dl-, for some reason he misses his
reeled by Sycamore Police Chief morning or afternoon newspaper,
tviiii.m u!nwnh.ir n. nf h How a man can be vasue a-

few top investigaUng officers left out hla children's ages, and U11

who tun nonei mat juane ia auve. siueuiuf!i ui uuui. ycibo oi

: The human chain, composed of

volunteers who nave Deen on tneir
feet "un, to 30 hours at 4 stretch,

formed rfn the, north bank of the
Kishwaukee River just. otusida

Sycamore. ... ,.;if ,
Hindenbtlrg planned to send an another
other another hum jn chain out tonight to

scour the farmlands wejt of Syca

more, witnm tne oast z nours.

an estimated 4.000 volunteers

every baseball player on his favo

rite team.

TRY TALKING AT HOMI
low a husband can have so mu
to talk about when he Is away

from home, and so. little to talk

about when he is at home alone

with his wife.

Why a man thinks gossip Is what

his wife picks up at her bridge
club.-but news is what he-picks

un at lunch.

wnv a man wno lets nis wite

Eush a lawn mower and paint the
ouse thinks another women can't

liffhf hen own cigarettes.

Whv a man ii sure his on is

not as resnonsible.aa ha was when

he was a boy. 1

why a man never comes hbmes

tired tne nisnt of nis weekly nok

er game or lodge meeting.

His sister-in-law writes: "He was

tolling Along '57' To Be

Soldier

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When the curtain rises' on the bled',' coordinated by Dave Fried

opening performance-of "Rolling
Along, of ,1957" at the FoA Kobbe
theatre on Dec. SO, a fast-paced:
brilliantly costumed and directed
soldier shw featuring the tops
in soldier, talent will. M in store
. for spectators .,.,.,' ;,
i,'ivi?i'''i'''';;'',-''"'t'!' "''V.j
. afnntK Sifnra fhm show went

into production, 1 the special !er
vices- Division of the Adjutant G&

neral't Office, Department of the

Army( .nara saTngca iui, nw'
; duarters. First- U.S., Army" to vasi

aume directorship o the show and

' its staff entertainment director,

Leonard Kobrtekvsto stage it.

yt vj During the All-Army Entertain-

ment contest, 'iparijot ;ineAr
my officials selected the 21 per performers
formers performers wbo would, be feautred.
Immediately, following the contest
on May 20, 1937, the selected mem mem-Uwsr
Uwsr mem-Uwsr of thetinH "were moved to
Fort Jay,- Governors Island, N.Y.
Each man. was -an acxn0wledged
fine performer .''NOW he 1 had to
become part, of a fine show.
Original music which had. been

composed .especially for this years'.

proaucuon war onntsumcu. otns;
cial material for all the performers
wad arranged. During these nights
and days of constant .rehearsals,
special costumes: ktt-ere designed
and made;" -sets" createdand pro properties
perties properties t aha materials weo assem-

man, post entenatnment au-ector,

Fort Wadswofth.-N.Y..
meanwhile, the paper- battle re required'
quired' required' to move such a unit around
the world had begun,' Performance
schedules Were, allocated, and co
ordinated with the various com com-rtands.'
rtands.' com-rtands.' Detailed letters of instuc instuc-li0n
li0n instuc-li0n regarding, the handling of the

Mini, aiiu ni-atia w. ...ww... j ...
terial were prepared and distri distributed,
buted, distributed, Planes were chartered, and
reservations were mde with Mais
lor the oversea hops. '"
Zero hour was" approaching

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vapi. josepn jocci, me oiiiuer-iii-charge,-then
yoined the unit. Try Try-out
out Try-out perform snces wero sSvenand
revisions in the production made

where neenefl; On June zt, 1957

operation "RollinB Alone of 1957"

headed for U.S. -Army Europe to

begin its ifirst sehedulej perform

ance and the first1 'cf of a tour

which will not end until approxi

mately Feb. IS, 1958

h.. teined in the renewed search a spoiiea piayooy wnen ne mam

for clues through thjs county at i!2S? J!Hld;
town of 7,000. ... .II1!!. sP.$?fl

The FiBl and Hlndenpurg con

ceded that practically all their
clues and .Bads, have led to dead

Police checkedarid re'ehecked

tha detcrintion of; Marias kid

naper given by an 8-year-old

playmate, -cathie Bigman catnie
said a nice-looking young man

"called Johnny" approached them

Tuesday night and offered to

give Maria a "piggy-back ride."
Cathie ran home to get her
mittens and when she returned
Maria and Johnny! were gone,

TORTUOUS 'INTERPRETATION

1 SANTA ROSA;' Calif. (UP) (UP)-Vanager
Vanager (UP)-Vanager am B. Hood has slightly

i-eiaxeo rS;- ciiy cnarter provision

that city employ ie cannot give
Christmas rresepts to their super superiors.
iors. superiors. Hood instructed department
heads they -could accept a gift
only "if you can eat it, drink it
or smqke it In one day.

12 KilledUHurl
By Gas Explosion
In Shopping Center
VILLA RICA. Ga.. Dec. 7, (UP)

National Guardsmen withdrew

from this disastAr-strickent own
today "confident" tftit all hodies

have been recovered from the
rubble left by a eas exolosion that

killed at least 12 and injured 14.

Gas service was restored to
most of the homes and businesses
24 hours after an explosion shat

tered, the -Main business district
at the height of the Christmas
shopping season. Funeral services
were held today for six of the
victims,
"We are satisfied that we have
recovered all. of the bodies," said
Lt. Col. Horace ..TV Clary, who

headed-a National Guard rescue

unit,

changed man,' eager to take fam

ily responsibility. But he treats

his 3 year-old son so severely

can't stand it. If Eddie wriggles
at the table, he gets slapped. If

he cries, he gets hit again. Please

warn this father that such treat

ment can damase the bov'a later

Jite.

To realize how our treatment
affects children's later lives, we

must first sea how our own na

rents' treatment of us is influenc

ing us right nowi

What this father needs are not

threats of a damaged child but

the realization that his parents

sun control him. That his over

severity is not freedom from his

over-indulged past but reaction

to it.

h. .''it

. GET YOUR CHRISTMAS. CAkDS

M OR RI SON S
. 4th' pi July and "J" St

CARD OF. THANKS
ri Mrs. G. R. ATHEy

Wishal tfif thankreijrfriends"and neighbor in Pan Panama
ama Panama Arid tha Canal Zona for their many kindnesses
and fxpre9Tona f .tympathy during tha illness
and after the death of C. R. Athey

Your DE5TILAD0RA IIACIO;iAL, 5. A.

' desires to compliment
Miss Mary Hcdermott

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' and tosh her every success

with her management of the
NEW ANCON INN

U -Cv lTEAk HOUSE

- VOMACK AMEUCAS OTIEl CO. V

Clary left a few men behind
to nrevent inv looting of the few

articles; that remained unclaimed.
Two men were arrested last night

for looting."

As the troopers pulled out,

curious townspeople ducked under

the street barricades for

first close look at the scene of

the explosion. Orly a gaping hole

remained where the explosion oc occurred
curred occurred beneath, a drag store.
Mayor C. M. Griffin tried to
piece together "the event! that led

to the disaster, but he said no

one will ever know, lust how the
explosion was set off.
Merchants around 'the drug

store said they had smelled gas
for several days. Two plumbers,

Olan and John Dyer, father and

son, went beneath the drug store
to find the leak. Seconds later the
explosion Occurred.

The Dyers ana city gas superin

tendent Oscar Hixon were among

the dead.

One of the survivors was Ray
Tyson, a elerk in the drug store.
Tyson gave this account from a

hospital bed wnere ne was taxen

with head and hack injuries

"I was benind the soda fountain

when I heard something go
'swoosh' and a puff of black
smoke rose in back of the drug
store. A few serondr later I heard

the explosion and 1 felt a lot of

heat rushing at me. A water pipe
broke and sprayed me all over,
and that kept me from getting
burned. i
"I heard a lot of. people begging
for help. Some timber hit me on
the head and bacv. I moved a lot

of timber and cot out. but I dont

remember coming out I went in
the dime store and brought a girl

..J tk. 1 hi nut n

VUk VIII Ulu

'He scoffs at chil cuidahce ad

vice," says his sister-in-law.

this is understandable. Much

Child guidance advice belittles

child's need of discipline. ..

n you re reformed piayboyfyou
have discovered its imDortance.

The, world has cruellv punished

your sioppy oenavior. it has fired
you from jobs, cracked your mar

riage and repeatedly .humiliated

you

When you finally discover how

Dadiy you were oreoared for it

hy the parents who claimed to
"love" you, you may fear any

wnow of parental love to your own

child as dangerous. And put all
your trust in the king of ruthless
discipline that "changed" you.

People who see us hit Eddie

demn us as i 'brutes." We are not.

but we've been badlyhit ourselves

and are tying to protect Eddie

ifiainst the shocks and hurs we

have suffered. .v

Thus, instead of attacking Ed

die's father for over severety.

want to say this:
"You have already discovered

thel, nuch for yourself. You have cor-

indluged childhood. But there's, another-discovery
to be made. Yy

your over severity with your

difference from your parents but

your likeness to them. Ydu still
operate -on their mistaken idea of

lovei,?1-'"' v
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So long as our parents still con control
trol control our idea of love, we remain
children.
I've resncect for Eddie's father.

He's, struggled through tp his 'own

idea of discipline. Now, all he

needs is his own idea pf loye.

Army Completes
Jungle Warfare
Training Filltl

The cameras are now motionless

at Fort Sherman's Jungle Warfare

Training Center.

s
Except for, the possibility of

few retakes on scenes shot last

week! the Department: of 'the Ar

my jungle warfare training .film.

snot there iy two crews from the

Army Pictorial center," has been

completed.

Editing of the movie will beam

in January when the film; is piec

ed- together .and' the. D-awatioo, .add.

ea. it win men oe cent to tne Ar

m.v infantry bchooi at ton Hen-

ning, 6a., and JWTC for approval.

If the training film is approved
it will be released to Army -units

some time in March.

The civilian, crew left' yesterday

morning from Tocument Airport
to return to the Pictorial Center

On Long Island. The military crew

will remain here another wek m

case there are retakes to be made

They arrived at the JWTC early

in October.

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First Lt. Jason B. Goldman, of

fleer ia chargb of the grdup, said :

"Without f the- wonderful support

from the JWTC commanding offic officer
er officer and his staff and their facili

ties-; the-filming would not have

gone off a smoothly as it aid. We

baby boy, you do not prove your are indebted to thent

FRINCH EVACUATE EASES

TUNIS. Tunisia (UP) Presi

dert Habib Bourguiba said today

Jiat French- troop bad peacefully
vacuated several military posta
a southern Tunisia. Ha said the
tove would 'ramforee confidence
letweea our two countries." Bour Bour-uiba,
uiba, Bour-uiba, who lias been pressing for
nthdrawal of France's 20,000
oops from Tunisia, a said th
Vench had evacuated bases at
tedenine, Feum Tatonine, Tozeur,
Joux and Sea Cardans. i
AW, CUT "IT OUTI !'
SAVOY," BL UP)- The fire oe
artment here is doing a slot
Kirn ever -ince at was assigned t'
tlephone number formerly he
y a meat market Village trustee
. Ulard Koas aaid. housewives wh
nly want to order a ponnd of port
tops touch off the fire depart
eoi's alarm horn, and cause tel
hones to ring in the faosnes e
volunteer firemen, a etoHo
atioa, the fire Station, and a f er
lizer agency.

December 8tfai
MOTHER'S DAY
PRECIOUS MEMORIES

PRESERVED dN FILM

The nerson who caref ullv

makes a mental.rtote of the hits

of news he hears about acquain acquaintances
tances acquaintances fs never at a loss to know

nxiab w any 10 a pcrsun wnen ne
sees him. "How was- the fishing
trip?" how is that new grand grandchild?"
child?" grandchild?" "That was a lovely pic picture
ture picture of your wife I saw in the
paper the other day."
Such comments make it clear

wbi. ju ar intorcsiea in wnat
is happening to him.
Rev. Allen M. Jluhl
Advanced To Order
Of Priesthood
This morning in the Cathedral
of St. Luke, Ancon, R. He her
Gooden, ananced the Rev. Allen
Maxwell StuHl to the sacred order
of priesthood.
The..R.8Y X,7 J. H. Townsend
presented the ordinand and the
sermon was-preached by the ve

ry Kev. Mamert J. Peterson, Dean

of the Cathedral. Fr. Farmer of

Colon read the Preface to the Or

dinal. The Rev. Jesse K. Renew

and the Rev.i William Baldwin
were epistoler 'and cospeler and

Fr. Blake and Fr. Spaulding and

the Rev. Samuel Walden served

at the altar.

The Litany for ordinations was

sung by the Rev. Allan R. Wentt.

Fr. spear of Gamnoa acted as

the Bishop's chaplain, the Rev.

Clarence A. Cragwell was crucifer

and Archdeacon Shirley was mas
ter of ceremonies.,.

The Revi Stuhl is a native of
St.' Louis,' Mo., and is a graduate

oi wesieyan university, Miaaieow
Conn., class of '52. He was sta stationed
tioned stationed at Fort Amador with .the
Army during the war and served
as life guard at Amador beach.
While here he met his wife, the
former Ruth Chewlier, daughter

of Mr. and Mis. George Cheva

lier, who lived for many years on

the Isthmus where Mrs, Stuhl was
born.
He offered himself to Bi s h o p
Gooden as postulant for holy or orders
ders orders and studied lor three years
more at the Episcopal Theological
School, AexndriiuiV4;, fr om
which he graduated in 1957. He

was ordained to the dlaconate by
Bishop Goodwin of Virginia last
June, acting for Bishop Gooden.
Bishop Gooden said Fr. Stuhl
will soon be assigned to western
Panama. He has been serving as
assistant at the Cathedral of St.

Luke.;

Tomorrow, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 0"

ynt shall-remain open until 9:00 p.m.
today. ; ;

Health Bureau
Club Entertains

Corgas Patients
The Health Bureau Club, and

its president Martin De Silva, en entertained
tertained entertained che patients of Gorgas

Hospital with a variety show on

Thanksgiving afternoon.

Two performances were given,

one in the Red Cross lounge and
the other in the Chest Service.

Edwin Belgrave, secretar of the

club, acted as master of ceremo

nies and introduced the following
performers: the Jets orchestra, the
M'odernaire quartet, Alfonso (Ron (Ron-coj
coj (Ron-coj Hendy, Lord Cobra, Violeta
Amores and Ernesto Thomas.

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Winston Brown On Hill

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6.5 Wiry Winston Brown, the righthanderlwho got
itjerveza Balboa off to a season-opening 7-2 victory
biter Chesterfield Sunday night, gets the call tonight
again against the Smokers, this time to hurl the
Beermen to top spot in the tied-up Panama Profes Professional
sional Professional Ledgue standings.
jr Jim DePalo, a huge righthander who toils in the
Yankee chain during the summer, will be Brown's
opposing pitcher.

JUI three teams, which Inr
lades Carta Vleja, are dead dead-,
, dead-, lacked at one triumph and one
Setback apiece. Tonight's win winder
der winder will take the lead by one one-half
half one-half game over the Yankees
. and the loser will drop to last
place.
Brown went all the way in
, the opener to best Maniavila
i-Osorio, who was followed to
12$he hill by Leonardo Ferguson
-Snd DePalo.
fchere was optimism in league
Srcles today that with the end
the Remon assassination
; tfial attendance to the games
Which has been noticeably low,
, would increase,
i I The clubs appear to be
ljually balanced and keen
" Competition is e x p e c t ed
throughout the season.
J Tomorrow's game be.tween
Carta' Vieja and Cerveza Bal Bal-bba
bba Bal-bba which had been scheduled
for 8 p.m. will be played at 3:30
p.m. instead, so as not to con conflict
flict conflict with the featherweight
championship boxing bout be between
tween between Sammy Medina and Je Jesus
sus Jesus Santamaria at the Nation National
al National Gym.
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ACTION SAGA!
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Important Atlantic
Twi-Loop Meetinq
Scheduled Dec. 11

One of the most Important
meetings prior to the opening of
the Atlantic Twilight Baseball
League has been scheduled for
Wednesday night, Dec. 11. at the
Margarita Service Center. The
lpmrnp tentatively fieures on
opening up on Jan. 7, bu tls still
not sure of a complete iour-ieam
league.
So far. Powells and the Cristo
ial High School varsity nine have
complete rosters and Bill Hughes
is Catherine un talent for his
CHS-Alumni team. Bill Bell has
assured the league officials that
he will have another team to
bring the total to four prior to
the scheduled opening date.
Wednesday the final decision
on either a three or four team
league will be reached and be
cause of the player shortage any
prospective ball players are urg urged
ed urged to attend the meeting at Mar
garita. The meeting is closed to
no one; all managers and league
officials will attend; but players
and fans -alike are asked to be
there idrthe purpose of seeking
a means of -entering four teams
for 1958.
The meeting will begin at 7
p.m. on Dec. 11. Anyone desiring
Information on playing in the
league and, for any reason, can
not attend, may contact Trevor
Simons at 3-2530 or 3-183 and
submit their names for placing
on a team roster. The league has
not completely given up the Idea
of a service team entering in the
loop. If any Atlantic side service
team desires to participate they
too are urged to come to the
meeting or contact the league
secretary by phone.

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Panama Martin,
Club News

The Panama Martin Club will
wind ud its sixth annual tourna
ment with a banquet and awards
presentation on Friday, Dec. 13
at the Union Club in Panama Ci
ty. Dinner will be served at 7
p.m.
Tickets for the affair are pric
ed at $3.00 and may be purchas purchased
ed purchased from the Special Service Of Office
fice Office at Fort Clayton, the Balboa
Yacht Club, Lou Glud's in Pana Panama
ma Panama City or Lou Schmitt at the
Balboa gas station. The following
tournament committee members
also have tickets available:. Cap Captain
tain Captain Harry Wilder, 82-2138., Mrs.
Lena Burchett, Navy 2465, Dave
Bishop. Balboa 2 1387, Richard
Cheason, Ancon 2-3227, William Ad
ams, Ancon 2-1214, John Mccona Mccona-ehy.
ehy. Mccona-ehy. Balboa 2 3010 and Ted
Schmidt, Balboa 2-3019.
The annual tournament awards
presentation dinner i the one
time of the year when members
wear coats and ties for a get-together.
Seixas, Flam Lead
US Into Davis Cup
Inter-Zone Final
ADELAIDE. Australia (UP)
Vic Seixas of Philadelphia and his I
44-year-old gray-hai-ed sidekick,
Gardnar Mulloy of Denver, Colo.,
teamed up today to lead the Unit United
ed United States Davis Cup tennis team
into the interzone final.
Playing under overcast skies at
the Memorial Drive Courts, the
rntrpv Vanlf whirmpri FplipiAsimn
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Ampon and Keymondo Deyro of
the Philippines, 6-1 6-3, 62, to
give the lJ.S. squad an insur
mountable .-0 lead in their best-
of-five semi-final series.
The win earlfedt he Americans
a berth opposite1 Belgium, the
European champions, in the inter
zone final at Brisbane next week.
The winner of: the U.S.-Beigium
series will olav defending Cham
pion Australia in the challenge
round at Melbourne, Dec. 26-28.
Seixas. a 34-year-old cup veter
an, and Herh Flam of Beverly
Hills, Calif., got the Americans off
flying Thursday by winning their
opening singles in a i c n e s in
straight sets.
Then Seixas came back today to
team with Muyoy and together
they completely outclassed
the Filipinos, reducing Saturday's
concluding singles matcnes to me
status of exhibitions.
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as-Sue Hogan, left, and Susie Bertermann hoist away at the ',
Indianapolis Sailing Club. Thev have little in common with
that legendary old salt. Long John Silver, except the sailing
gear. Lonf-handle woolies are perfect for 30-degre.e weather.

Fred Haney Foresees
Another Flag In '57

COLORADO SPRINGS, Celo.
UP) Exuberant Fred Haney
foresees another world champion
ship for Milwaukee next yea, and
no one can areue much today in
the face of a pitching staff that
now includes Lew Burdette, War
ren Spahn and big Bob Rush, too.
"Happy That ain't tne woroy
erinned the little Milwaukee jnan
aeer after requiring itusn irom
the Cubs Thursday uight in a five-
player deal.
Along with the right-handed
Rush, the Braves obtained another
rignt-nanaiia pucner va xvuiser,
. ... . i t- tr :
plus infielder m Haas.
To get those three, the Braves
gave up soutnpaw layior j-nuups
and catcner aam .layior.
Some baseball men seemed to
feel the Cubs were short-changed
but General Manager John Hoi Hoi-land,
land, Hoi-land, who swung the Chicago end
of the deal, didn't think so;
Minors End Talks
Meanwhile the enoch-making mi
nor league' convention ended here
today after one of the stormiest
weeks in the history 01 DaseDaii
and the prospects ,of more turbu turbulence
lence turbulence to come.
Th embattled owners sparring
with a slump that has seen tne
natinn' minor league structure
fade from a high ot 88 leagues in
the early post waryears 10 n ior
lout have threatened' to CO to
court to keep the, majors from tel
evising a game oi tne wees on
Sundavs.
These-are the items that prom
ise trouble ahead.
All settled is "operation big
MrHph" the realignment or tne
major and minor league map in
United States. ta
The Giants are set in aan rran rran-cisco
cisco rran-cisco and the Dodgers ostensibly,
are set in Los Angeies.
The Pacific Coast League has
added three new cities Spokane,
Wash., Phoenix, Ariz., ana au
Lake City, Utah.
Lows Key -City.
Th. Pinnoer TMID. with US key
city gone in Salt Lake, may wind
up with a six-team league.
PRESIDENTE-THEATRE
NOW PLAYING
WALT DISNEY presentat
"DISNEYLAND"
Two and a halt hours of
entertainment
- with
8 NEW CARTOONS
- Plus:
"Man Against The Arctic"
(Academy Award Short)
- and -"A
Visit To Disneyland"
In CrnemaScopel
Next TUES. ft WED.
James Dean, lr
"EAST OF EDEN" and
"Rebel Without A Cause"
COMING THURSDAY!
An exciting MOM release!.
"Action of The Tiger" ;
In Cinemascope ft- Color
with VAN JOHNSON
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Filmed on location In Athens
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The Class AA Texas League will
either re-locate the Shreveport
club outside Louisiana or sell it to
another owner. And it plans to
bring in Mexico City and Monter-
ry from the Mexican League.
Such leagues as the Big State,
the Three Eye, the Northern and
several others added new cities
and look optimistically ahead to a
big year.
But over the horizon looms the
bogey-man of baseball televi television.
sion. television.
The minors also took two drastic
steps in their rules and regula
Hons. They voted to eliminate the
bonus rule and they approved
commissioner Ford Frick's "unre
stricted" draft idea.
These, however, await approval
from the majons who. open their
sessions today.
Big Ten, SEC Place
Five Players Each
On look' Team
NEW YORK (UP) The Big
Ten and the Southeatern Confer
ences each placed five p'ayers on
Look Magazine s 22-man All-America
football team.
Heading the Big Ten representa
tives was tackle Alex Karras of
Iowa, a holdover from last year's
squad, who also was named win
ner of the Outland Trophv as the
best interior lineman.
The complete squad:
Ends: Fred Duean. Davton: Jim
Gibbons, Iowa; Jim Phillips, Au Auburn;
burn; Auburn; Dick WaHen, UCLA.
Tackles: Alex Karras, Iowa;
Charlie Kreuger, Texas A&M; Lou
Michaels, Kentucky; Tom Top
ping, Duke.
Guards: Bill Johnson, Tennes
see; Bill Knsher, Oklahoma;
Jackie Simpson, Mississippi;
Aurelius Thomas, Ohio State.
Centers: Dan Currie. Michigan
State; Bob Reifsnyder, Navy.
Backs: Bob Anderson, Army;
Jim Bakhtiar, Virginia; John
Crow; Texas A&M; Lee Grosscup.
Utah; -King HiU, JUce; Walt Ko Ko-walczyk,
walczyk, Ko-walczyk, Michigan: State; Bob
Stransky, Color ado? Jimmy Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Louisiana Stae,
Neil Johnston Lifts
Philly Warriors
Broken jaw an all, Neil Johns Johnston
ton Johnston is lifting the Philadelphia War Warriors
riors Warriors out of the losing side of the
ledger in the National Basketball
Association, v '..
Johnston and Ernie Beck
sparked a second half rally Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night as the Warriors whipped
the St. Louis Hawks. 124-109, in
the nightcap of a Philadelphia dou double
ble double header. The Cincinnati Royals
beat the Detroit Pistons. 109-89. in
the opener in the only other game
or tne evening.
The victory sent the Warriors
into a second-place tie with the :
Syracuse Nats in the Eastern Di Division
vision Division and evened, the Philadelphia
seasoa record at M.

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LOS ANGELES UP A pro proposal
posal proposal to substitute a compromise
contract that would sidestep a ref
erendum election- on i the deal
bringing the, Brooklyn Dodgers to
Los Angeles became vernal joot joot-ball
ball joot-ball today. :-m
Councilman Patrtck JD. McGee
suggested that the council negoti negotiate
ate negotiate a new contract, with the nail
cluU that .would Meet h objec objections
tions objections of the opponents. The agree
ment calls for, transfer of some
300 acres in Chaves Ravine as the
site for a 10-million dollar Dodger
baseball park, in exchange tor an
improved Wrigley Field.
But C. A. Owen, chairman of the
Citizens Committee to save Cha
vez Ravine, said it would fight any
compromise contract.
- Meanwhile, Los Angeles sports
editors warned that Dodger owner
Walter O'Malley's decision1 to
brine the National League club
Yankee co-owner Del E. Webb,
here could always be changed, if
he felt there were too many en
tanglements-,
an Colorado Springs. New York
Yankee co-owner Del E. Webb
said Brooklyn now is Yankee ter territory.
ritory. territory. "This doesn't mean that we
might not have a softening. of the
heart and let them come back,"
he said.
Councilman John C. Holland,
who orieinally led objections to the
previously arranged agreement,
now proposes Los Angeles build a
stadium and lease it to the Dodg-
crs.
The election, if not special date
is set, would be held in June.
Sports Briefs
NEW OFFICERS ELECTED
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UP)
Walter Donovan of Garden State
Park. E. E. Dale Shaffer of De
troit and Robert Strub of Santa
Anita have been elected to the
board of directors of the Thor
oughbred Racing Associations
Thev replaced retirina directors
Carleton F. Burke of Santa Anita
Ben Lindheimer of Arlington Park
and Eugene Mori of Hialeah Park.
GROUP ELECTS SHOOTER
MARION. 111. (UP)-- Donald H,
Shooter of Arcadia, Calif., is the
new president of the National &ng'
lish Snrincer Field Trial Associa
tion. The group will hold its 1958
field trials at St. Louis, Mo.
COLTS UP TICKET PRICES
BALTIMORE (UP) The Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Colts have announced a
new scale of ticket prices for next
season. The increases, ranging
from 50 cents to $1, were neces necessary
sary necessary because of higher player sal salaries
aries salaries and soaring operational
rosts.
Minnie Minoso
Surprised Over
Going To Tribe
HAVANA. Cuba (UP) Minnie
Minoso admitted today he "was
surprised" when the White Sox
traded him to the Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians "because I thought I was
one of Chicago's untouchables."
Th. 35-year-old who
is playing for Marianao in the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban Winter League, said he
learned of the trade while listen
ing to a news broadcast on his
car radio.
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CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA 1:3 4:2
S.1S S:M
Jeffrey Hunter
Sheree North
"THE WAT TO
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CRISTOBAL
Cary Grant
Deborah Kerr
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Cerveza Balboa (Brown 1-0) 4
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TOMORROW'S GAME:- ;
At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vieja vs.. Cerveza Balboa.
Gam time: 3:30 p.m.

by brewmaster
Winston Brown will seek tils
second victory tonight against
an improved cnestenield out
fit. He will be opposed by Jim
DePalo, New York Yankee farm
hand of whom great things are
expected by tne parent club next
summer.
"kitty," as the Almlrante star
Is known to his close friends,
should undoubtedly be in better
shape than he was last Sunday
when he pitched himself In and
out of trouble for a 7 to 2 win
over the smokers.
Those bases on balls I The
reasons for graying hair and,
many a sleepless night for
managers. la the two games
played so far, Beermen hurlers
have issued s total of 18 free
passes. Brown gave up ten on
opening night, while Carlos
Thorne was responsible ,for
eight.
It Is likely that Hector bnez
may have settled his differences
witn tne club, ii this is so. amok
er Ditchers will have their work
well cut out for them tonight
Junior has been hitting, the ball
steaauy m practice and his two
hits in Sunday's opener should
oe an indication of what to ex
pect during the season.
From a source worthy, of all
authority, we have learned that
tne uerveza aBiboa is awaiting
the arrival of Granville Glad Gladstone
stone Gladstone sometime' next w,eek. With
vjiausujne s oat ana tnrowing
arm added to what the Beermen
alreadv rmssess. their hiuuM
of copping the flag have Improv Improved
ed Improved at least 30 per cent To make
room for -the former St. Paul
star, -Pepe Osorio will he shifted
to first base. i
Dave Benedict Is manaeer Kell-
man's choice to go against the
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Rummies in tomorrow's encounter..-The
tall1 lefty got a two-inning"
workout Tuesday night,
and his control and easy delivery
pleased the fans. i
. Beermen pitchers Russ Evans
and Lev Spencer hope to be
ready by next week: They are
being brought along! slowly, as
the Brewer management is not
taking any chances on having having-either
either having-either of them turn up with a
sore arm, ;
. Now that the Remon trial Is
over M is expected that bnsi bnsi-ness
ness bnsi-ness earterprises, sports and
other recreational activities
will return ti normal life.

With Panama City looklnf
yesterday like New Year's eve,
it is. quite evident that the
t:agey Pro Leaghe administra administrator
tor administrator would capitaline ton the en enthusiasm,
thusiasm, enthusiasm, dedicating tonight's
contest to prominent!" figures
in the affair. -.
If Lopez plays tonight he will
be stationed at second base, and
scrappy Alonso- Brathwaite will :
take over at the hot corner. The
explanation far the move is that
the combination of Moore and
Lopez operate more effeatively
around th keystone sack in
the manufacturing of twin kill-
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PAAF lsOXINO CHAMPIONS The NCO 'Club of Port Kobbe was the scene for a banquet given In honor of the Port Kobbe
PAAF Boxing Champions recently. The cake bearing the Jwd Inscription "Champions Port. Kobbe, C.Z." Ubelng cut by

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ip.iiv sannVito onri T t mi T p. HrinK xjmers in me ceremony are ii w ii ouier circtc: xji. ,:-vim. rvmun x,. num. eic

John Rlccibine. CdI. Robert Young, Pvt. Robert Brooks, Pfc. William Belcher, Sp3: Charles Erskin, Sp3 Booker T.Croaby. fip3
J. D. Adklns, Pfc. Wallace Ryan, Pfc. Clare James, Pfc. Therman Fletcher, Sgt. Sanchez, U. CoBrlnkiadivSpS Alfred

Fleming. Standing In'the inner cirqe are u to r ric. inuiman jewerson, ru. wuuaiufiiw, rHi. s.rj!,.xiw
Dawson, Pfc. Harold Freeman and Pfc. Steven penmore. (U.S. Ariny Photo by gp3 Tomko)

iOnce Football-Daffy
Now Down To Simple

y MURRAY OLDERMAN
COLLI MB tis, 0.' (NEA) If .they
tear down the soil posts after, a
game, it's now a Dig deal at u u-hio
hio u-hio State, so blase lias become
the attittide in 'this netim gird
conscious Cit.'
This was the extent of Colum
bus celebrating another Ohio State
Big Ten championship and trip
to the Rox bowl in what used to
be called the football-crazy capi
tal of-the United. Stages.
Just an,!9pasionalj4oot("df a
. horn. a ft re
At 8 t.m.. ob White, the bull bull-shouldered
shouldered bull-shouldered fCka'ck who had torn
throueb. the Iowa line lor a 17-13
triumph in a startling facsimile of
the great Bronko JNagurski, quiet
ly gnawed-'oh"- stfeak at Marzet Marzet-ti's,
ti's, Marzet-ti's, iff tBe1iS bf the'-flty. 'Attd
no one had the temerity to inter
rupt with boisterous congratuia
k tins or a pat on the back.. There
were only mild "glances or recog recognition
nition recognition and surreptitious nudges,
and one young1 lady cooed, "Ooh,
'I'd kiss him if I wasn't so bash-
ful." e
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This wn th tow" where pho photographers
tographers photographers 'used' to follow Jump

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J 012 WILLIAMS

' Don't be surprised if you hear
that Fred Astaire and Arthur Mur
ray have been drafted as football
against Army with -its lively
jitterbug defense this would seem
to be a logical move...' : or? step.
Every place we went yesterday
people who had seen,' the game
on TV asked the same question:
"Where did Navy get that 'screwy
Even from the Philadelphia press
box, miles away from the; weld
action. Navy defenders looked like
something straight out of Picasso.
"Cats on a Hot Tin- Roof,".' the
master might havHitled jt. Or
"The Hurricane 'Jackson -.Ballet."
No wonder Dave-Bourland, Ar
my quarterback, had a distress
ing afternoon. :Each lime he loofe
ed up he lr- a.ainerem augn augn-ment.
ment. augn-ment. In thfe'totdst of signal call
a five lhasV ftonfj would shift
. i . . ; -.1.. : u
to an ergm?ijav seven or a. six wun
accomDanyfaig 'alterations in the
secondary. It was organiieoVthaos
Th ere 1st" fc;jcoUm, aothing
new in principle about what the
trade calls fluid defense, Lines
men have been jumping from one
position to another for years. But
this was ah extreme application
of the ideas Improvisation was
constant with as many as three
or four revts.iongitn.uie one play,
or so it seemed. '."'
Sine the hiritt defense had evok
d so much; -nriosity "we decided
to cat in touch" with its creator.1
Eddie Erdelatt,'the Sailor'a nen-i
tor. '.:..' -ri
"Our jitterbusiJiiig?, Oh, -that's
MIC W10BUI UVUft p
"You mean your wife invented
it?" r.vo 5-.--
No. She gave it the name; Af
ter one of our recent-games she
asked: "What all mat r j"lernu j"lernu-Jting
Jting j"lernu-Jting for?' and prettv soon every everybody
body everybody waiaUing if that.." -
' How and whea did he' startnt-
Ina these- wiiaiy scrambled f. de-'
.fenserve piwerns and what pur purpose
pose purpose were' they meant to serve?
"We put therav ia for' uTe first
,time this Ten. starting out with
Routine maneuver and wee. the
(fundamental ere mastered -we
.gradually enlarged. -This -was sot
anything new we cooked up for
Army. We had used the same
muu in our inrec prrceuuiB liwu.
V FORCED ARMY ERRORS"
The purpose? "Distraction," pri

ing Joe Williams into the shower
at his fraternity to snap pictures;
where police resignedly roped off

five blocks as a gigantic, spon spontaneous
taneous spontaneous mardi gras overwhelmed
Coloumbus on the eve of the 1935
Notre Dame Ohio State joust;
where post game snake dances
down the main drag would ire
auentlv lind cars overturned.
And all the guy from Akron in
the front seat oi the airport li limousine
mousine limousine could groan about before
this game was "that; lousy Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Tech they robbed me out of
a five-game parley.
After the game you wouldn't get
to Woody Hayes for almost an
hour because he was too busy
shaking hands with every other
kid who plays high school football
hi the state of Ohio r- and a Jew
irom wesi' Virginia, top.. r
Finally bubbled down in the so
lace of his dressing room, the
Buckeye coach spread his plams
in sociological dissertation: "You
know, I noticed the difference my
self Friday night at the hotel
They used to take all the chairs
qui oi tne loopy.
"People have changed. No more
wild parties or drunks in the
marily. Anything you can do to
befuddle the other side is helpful.
Like lousing cpjts blocking assign
ments, for example". If you happen
to have a good day, the jitterbug,
yes, she's got me saying it, too..
pays off big. If you don't, you
can look awfully bad."
Erdelayz, who is rapidly taking
his place among the coaching
greats, eans his speech with me
ticulous care in speaking of him
self and his opponents. Beyond
admitting that his bos "out-did
themselves" he was reluctant to
comment on Navy's smash victor
over Army... A victory in which
tne jitterbuggin linesmen prac practically
tically practically controlled the game.
. There had been several mix
ups in the Army backfield. Once
Bouriana dropped the ball in a
hand off to a phantom back. w
this the result of distraction .and
missed blocking assignments, the
aforementioned objectives of the
jumping jack defenses?
. "I rungs like that happen in ev
ery game" tne coach side-stepped.
"Look at ail the mistakes we
made. We were lucky.- Thev wr
not." ,-
Erdelatz is something of a
phrase maker. He made "desire"
a living part of the football lan language,
guage, language, and the Navy team to which
be attributed this oualitv won a
Bowl game. "Football for Fun"
was this year's battle sons. Fvph
the coach had to concede the Sai
lors had fun in the Army game.
"Thv itlf An whan Ih.y
be quickly qualified.
DOWN WITH DRUDGERY
This Was one of the important
differences between the Armv and
Navy teams Saturday. The Sol Soldiers
diers Soldiers wtr grim and determined,
the SaDors buoyant and confident.
One war tense, the other relaxed.
, IA his way the Navy coach is
also something f a psychologist,
and w- suspect" this accounts for
the ?resence U(f access of the
mumbo ram bo Jin exercises
which tend t leaven raw, stencil stenciled.
ed. stenciled. labors with variety, deception
ana insouciant violence.
. It mar be that the old SL Mary's
end has added a new. stimulating
dimension to football. In an age
when Unite mind has pierced out outer
er outer space it ia not too fantastic to
believe that it is even possible toj
make une play fna. Edward J.
ErdelaU has made a good start,

TOT

Columbus
Horn Toot
stands. They get just as excited,
but only over what goes on down
on the field. Andrtell me, did you
ever see a better game?
"I guess' the transition began
with the GIs after the war. They
wouldn't go for the rah rah ba
loney. Players have changed, too,
Your troublemaker, your longhair
and your boozer doesn't play foot
ball at Ohio state.
"We pick the
football here."
kids who play
And so on the Ohio State squad
there's an extremely talented
hand who's alternated between a
...ml. ..Lnnl. 1. 1 Ilia Tan
can't settle into the Hayes mold
and has gotten to play five token
minutes this year.
"Tomorrow," continued Woody,
"They won't be celebrating.
They'll be studying. It's the surest
way to ease a bunch of kids
down from an emotional peak.
"Football has matured. Now we
want to see that it doesnt progress
to old age."
Basketball
Results
Princeton 75, Lafayette 72
Ursinus 67 Rutgers 62
East Tex Bap 79 Ouachita f
High Point 109 Guilford 8ff
Richmond 72 Virginia Tech 2
Davidson 34 Coll of Charleston 50
N. Carolina St. 62 Wake Forest
51
Brandeis 82 Maine 71
Morgan St. 69 Kentucky St. 63
Providence 55 Rhode Island 45
Wayne St. 67 West Ontario c
Georgia Tech 73 Alabama 62
Nxhraxk 77 Wvominf 66
Tulsa 62 New Mexico A and M
56
Minnesota 67 Iowa St. 66
Chicago U. 61 Aurora 43
St. John's N.Y. 66 Roanoke M
Wash and Lee 78 Kanaoipn Mac
60
VMI 77 Hampden Sydney 73
Lon Morris 74 Bethany Luth 51
Concordia Minn 56 N. Dakota St
48
Bellarffline 80 Ky Wesleyan 78
Anmtlichian 63 Carson N. 62
Phila Textile 79 Delaware St. 56
Houston 76 Texas A and I 50
Fairfield 86 New Bntam xenr as
Florida Sou. 85 Birtn. sou. 81
111. Normal 76 McKendree 51
Til Wexlevan 94 Wheaton 56
Southwestern Tenn 65 Mills api 4$
Mississippi St. 114 Howard. UU. 7
Fisk 63 Alabama a ano m af
Whatever
Happened to .
VlReiNIA'VAirWII"
Virginia Van Wie. one of the
greatest women colfers of all
time, swept threa straight U.S.
amateur championships -iav 1932,
1933 and 1934.-She wat-Tegarded
as invincible until, unexpectedly In
1935, her string of championships
was ended by a comeback of Mrs.
Glenna CoUettMre.-Misf Van Wie
suddenly withdrew from competi competition.
tion. competition. Wbetever happened jo Virginia
Van WieT She-is back ia golf to today
day today and recently opened aft indoor
golf school in Chicago.
ALL-TIM I tATTRRY
NEW YORK (NEAT The pro
fessional football fan's diea of a
dream passing attack could be
made up of Washington's Sammy j
Bangh throwing he completed
1,709 passes, 187 fot touchdowns 1
and Don Hutsoa catching. WjUi
Gren Bay, Hutson. caught 489.
passes, 101 for TD s

PANAMA AMERICAN AN

Along The Fdirways
fort; DAVIS
The Fort Davis golf club will
hold a pre-Christmas four -ball
tourney -on Deo.:-14 at the Fort
Davis golf club wih tee-off time
set for $:30 a.m, The grand prize
for the winning fnuranm will h
reour wedges, the runners-up will
De awaraea three gon shirts each
and members of the third place
teams will receive eight golf balls
each. A fourth place prize of four
umbrellas will aslo be awarded.
A pitching contest will be held
on the par three 16th holt with
the winner receiving one dozen
golf balls. An additional prize of
vue boh oau win ne given to each
golfer' who narticioates in th.
tournament. Following the tourna
ment piay refreshments will be
servea iree oi charge.
ah entries must be made be before
fore before 12 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13. En Entries
tries Entries can be made by calling Fort
Davis, 0-7-319.
p'iie r beinf donated by the
PORT CLAYTON
The second round of the Fort
Clayton open golf tournlment will
be played tomorrow at the Fort
wayron golf course. Results of
me nrsi round are as follows:
Figures following the names
represent scores recorded In the
firf rnnnl
Championship Flight Webb
nearne w, Tom Connor 75, D. K.
Brown 77. Joe Jttrw an wn.
liaia Harrison 81, Tommy Jacks
81, J. L. May 81, Jim Kirkle 81,
Garnet Vlntes 82, Eric Erhaft 85
boo snanjc g7.
Hal Goodnaugh 89.
First Flight LesUe Wood 79,
Ralph Coniski 79, J. L. Knoll 82
Jim Binder 82, Donald Barger 82,
Charles Clover 84, Gene Turko
86, L. Coffman 86. HarroM fh.
ney 87. Alfred Mi nul aa nm
Bishop 89, Ben Dooley, 90,' Bud
oiuim v, a. Marietta VI. s. R.
Johnson 94. ;
Second Flight P w t.u-
S ? Mansfield 89, Robert Oleen
SP.-L- Both 90, Sam Messner 92,
Bill Travis 98, Louis Stepehnson
96, Jack Hawkinson 99, Larry Lar-
en mi, u. iteisn 88.,
Third Flight Richard-Taffe
Refreshing
Forecast-
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WASHINGTON UP )-Th unof unofficial
ficial unofficial service newspapers .'Army
Times, Air Force Times and Navy
Times announced their AU-Star
service football teams today.
The papers awarded "Most
Valuable Player" "honors to three
backs quarterback Hohston Pat Pat-ton
ton Pat-ton of Eglin Air Force Base, Fla.;
former Mississippi star; Forrest
James, Ft. Belvoir, Vs., haitoack
who once played ior Auburn, and
ex Yanderbilt halfback Charlie
Horton Of Little creek navy.
The All-Star teams by services:
AIR FORC1
"Ends. Dan' Shannon, Boiling
AFB-P. c, (Notre uamei; kick
Murray, Wiesbaden AB, Germany,
(Baylor). r
Tackles John Dittricft, Eglin,
(Wisconsin);1 Dick Cole, Shaw
AFB, S. CjAThe Citadel)
' Guards Tony SardUscoiv Boiling,
(Tulane); Jjm Leakfi Loc,kbourne
APBi i Ohio,HJS. Navaf Academy),.,-'
i-i-
. Centej Pelt .-i Brow, -.Shaw,
(Georgia .Tech).,;.- "-:;'' r:. ,-
Quarterback -- Houston Patt on,
Eglin? (Missisrippl).. !;,
Haltbacks George'- ,RiceFuchu
As, Japan, (IoWaf .Rbn Cook,
Hamilton AFB, CalU-OStanford).
'Fullback Veryl';Swltte4.BoU Veryl';Swltte4.BoU-bg
bg Veryl';Swltte4.BoU-bg (Kansas State)p( -; f
ARMY ;
Ends Jim Hamfan. Schwein-
Curt.-. fJrminvvraliforn(li nH
Bill' JieKenna iyjru .Monmouth,
N. J. BrandeiskA t- f f.P
l tmr .u r uui-n, oi l aui,'
Okla. (So. Calif.) and -Sherman
Plunkett, Fort Dix, Nw J. (Md.
Stat)..
Guards Forrest GreBg.5: Fort
Carson, Colo. (SMU) anaJohn
McMullaik Foft Dix (Notre Dame)
Center !r Bob Pellegrini. Fort
Knox, K(Maryland). v
Backs-- tharlie BrackiHsf Him,
Germany f. (Prairie View A4M ),
bob' Luna, Fbrt Hood, Tex. (Ala (Alabama),
bama), (Alabama), Forrest James, Fort Bel Belvoir
voir Belvoir (Auburn) and Sam Brown,
87th Inf., Europe (UCLA).
V" '' '"NAVY'
Ends Charles Littlejohn, San
87, Charles Alameda 88, Dale Hill
95, Charles Met a sic 98, George
Simpson 102, Mil Milam 104,
Frank Smeraglia 112, Will Wil Williams
liams Williams 108.
Fourth Flight A. K. Kelley
83, Jake Jacobsen 90, Max Turner
95, J. J. Slager 101, John John Johnson
son Johnson 102, DAc Savage 103, Leo Le Le-heny
heny Le-heny 108, Guy Watson 114, Joe
Walton 108, George Hanlon 111.
Tomorrow's round of action will
see the first threesome from the
championship "flight teeing off 'at
8 a.m. with the other threesome
following at 10 minute intervals.
Each of the other flights, will
have their first three somes tee teeing
ing teeing off at the following times;
Fourth, 8:40 a.m.; third, 9:10
a.m.; second, 9:40 a.m.; and the
nrst rugnt at i p.m.
The threesomes or foursomes
will be posted at the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Golf Club.
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kins, Hopkins, Quantico, Va. (Navy).
Guards Ted Karras, San Diego,
Calif. (Indiana) and Paul Billy,
Pensacola, Fla. (Muhlenberg).
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Softball Notice
Paging new talent and old
real All Softball players who
would like to organlxo and play
on a now toftb.il I team In tho
Pacific Softball League (onc4
known as tho Boer League) are
invited to attend a mooting at
the Knights of Columbus Club,
Balboa, Canal Zone, at 7:30,
p.m., Tuesday, Doc. It. D o is
Bowen, manager emeritui, whl
preside at tho long table.
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Resorts

PHILLIPS Oceahslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da Pj Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal ,3-1473.

SHAPNEL'S turnbhed homes, on
beach. Phorte Thopmson, Balboa
1772. J

FOSTER'S Cottages and Large
Beach Houa. One mile pt the
Casino. Phone Balbot 1866.

Houses

FOR RENT: 2 chalets, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, hot water, servants room
and garden. Via Espana 97,
phone 3-3041.

Rooms

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just buih
modera furnished apartment, I,
2 bed rev hit, hot. cold water.',
Phone Panama- 3-4941.

FOR RENT: 2' bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with extra large living and
dining room, terraces, modern
closet, maid's quarters, hot wat water,
er, water, all screenned in "Nuevo
Campo Alegre". close to 50th
street. Phona 3-3273, Panama.

Aogr Mbim' omen' mm.'ihnk'-' 'ham9!B.g "-?.i.ftSP!2tf

Lotler, PI.M CASA ZALDOC-Cnl Ave, -lrOUM PHABMACT-iw,!-

MORBISON 4th at July Ave. A J 81 LEWIS SEKVIC14 ZJfJi, .7. UT..n. .nYu at a rABMACIA
Avenue HOUSEHOLD KXCHANGR-J IF. He la Osaa Ave. No. t O fOTO "1 InvmAa ATHM

Lefevra I B treat e rMnu

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l.KAVK VOL'A Af WTTW ONR a &

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BARUO No 26 "B" Street

FAKMACIA LUX-164 Central

VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No r ARM A CIA CL BATURRO Patau

(be Bella Vista Theatre. COLON: Central A vena 12.163 Tel. 432

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 53 Oldsmefcile 98
Holiday equipped, $900. Qtrs.
71 1 -C Lacona. -.!

FOR RENT : Beautifully all fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in Bella Vista,
Ave. Mexico 69 near 43 rd St.
Phone 3-0553.

FOR RENT.' Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
livingrpom, dining room, large
porch, Venetian blinds, garage,
linen, China glassware. Exclu Exclusive
sive Exclusive residental section. Bella
Vista. Telephone Balboa 1448.

FOR RENT: Furnished room for
bachelor or lady. Argentina Ave.
No. 75 Apartment 2. Beside 55
Street Cangrejo.

FOR RENT: Clean furnished
mom in the best residential sec section,
tion, section, near all bus stop. 43rd.
street No. 13.

avi-'- i

THE REV. H. T. REZA

VISITOR Mexicii born Rev.
H. T. Reza is scheduled to speak
tomorrow moriiing at 11 a.m. at
the Margarita School gymnasium
during services conducted by the
Church of the Nazarene.
At 7:30 tomorrow evening, the
Rev. Reza will address the Naza Naza-rene's
rene's Naza-rene's at the Ancon Church.
The visiting pastor, director of
the Spanish department of the
Kansas City. (Mo.) Church of the
Nazarene, speaks, English fluently
and is regarded as an excellent
speaker.

SAHARA OIL TO FLOW
PARIS (UP) Petroieum from
the potentially vast oil fields of
the Sahara Desert may start flow flowing
ing flowing into France early next year,
officials said today. French pros prospectors
pectors prospectors in the Sahara hope within
the next week to start pumping
oil from the Hassi Mssaoudi field
450 miles southeast of Algiers to
Touggourt. From there it will be
shipped by rail and tanker to re refineries
fineries refineries at Marseilles.

FOR RENT: Elegant (usurious
apartments, modern construction,
all conveniences residential sec sector,
tor, sector, two bedroom, sliding glass
doors., elevator service. Must be
seen to be appreciated. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable prices. Tell. 3-1107.

FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartments, living, dining, ter terrace,
race, terrace, maid's quarters, elevator,
garage, wonderful view of the -bay
ton, the 4th and 5th floors
or brand new 5 story apartment
building in Campo Alegre, 50th
St., corner of Manuel de Icaxa.
Call office hours 3-4994 for appointment.

FOR RENT: Furnished two
bedroom ap'artment, maid's room,
garage, near Hotel El Panama.
Call 3-5024.

FOR RENT: Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment, ga garage.
rage. garage. 168 Via Belisario Porras.

FOR RENT: Completely fur
nished apartment, air-conditioned
bedroom, qarage, living-din-ingroom,
office, hot water,
screened. Call 2-0326 and 3-1960.

FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnisher) one-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, kitchenette, 4th of July
Ave. Information 2-2081,

FOR RENT: $50.00 furnished
apartment. North American Army
neighbors. Tel. 3-0471 fre frequent
quent frequent bus service.

FOR RENT: On Automobile
Row, modern 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with hot water $72.50.
Tel. 2-3233.

FOR RENT: Oo Automobile
Row modern apartment with hot
water. $50.00.. Tel 2-3233.'
FOR RENT: In "Riqui" build building,
ing, building, Ave. Jose Fco. de la Ossa,
modern apartment, two bedroom,
living, diningroom, kitchen,
bathroom, balcony, closets, hot
water $72.50. Tel 2-3233 Yoh Yoh-ros
ros Yoh-ros house'.

FOR SALE: 1957 Fiat. 1100,
four door sedan, 2700 mile.
$1295 cash, r Phone Quarry
Heights 2278 quarters 18,
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Fairlane
"500" Victoria, two door, hard
top, automatic transmission,
transmission power steering,
radio, padded, dasb, wsw, two
tone, like ne. $2300.00. Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 7242.

FOR SALE: 1951 Buick Special
convertible. Excellent condition
$500.00. Call 82-4144 or 82 82-5203
5203 82-5203 after 4:00.

.FOR SALE: Model "A" Ford
$75.00. 2524 A Coeoli 3077.

FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
wagon. Excellent condition $350
down. Phona Navy 3519.

FOR SALE: 1948 Cadillac 2 dr.
Hy Drive, good condition. Phone
Balboa 3315.

FOR SALE: -1952 Willy's Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, 2 door, radio, overdrive,
spoked hub caps, good condition,
call 3369 U. S. Naval Radio
Station, Farfan, Cocoli 2396-D.
Alter 4:30 p.m.

FOR SALE: 1954 Deluxe Pon Pon-tiac
tiac Pon-tiac 6 pass. Sta. Wagon, wradio,
heater and hydro transmission.
Excellent condition and new tires.
Call Panama 01 -La Cumbres
2280.

FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiac,
chiertain, 4 door sedan, wradio,
in excellent condition. Parqua
Lefevre 8 street, house No, 13.
FOR SALE: 1952 Olds. Holiday
Coupe. Hydramatic, radio. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Panama 3-6871.

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Only two Spex
washing machines 25 cycles.
Priced right. Trope Ico 45th St.
and Via Espana.

FOR SALE: 1947 Buick 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, radio, 6 ply tires,, new bat battery,
tery, battery, muffler and tailpipe. Me Mechanically
chanically Mechanically perfect, $250.00. Ad Adding
ding Adding machine, typewriter, record
player, 2 radios, 500 poket
books, good condition. All talk talking
ing talking Hill-Mynahs, world's best
tanking birds $75.00 a pair. Kit
foxes, live snakes, animals and
snakes skins. After 4:30 week
day. All day Saturday and Sun Sunday
day Sunday 885 Morgan PI. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3169.

FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Super
2-door hard top, Dynaflow, tint-,.;
ed glass, radio, heater. $900.00.
Phone Cristobal 2889.

FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living, dining room, two
bedroom, stove, refrigerator,
43rd. St. No. 64 Bella Vista.

FOR RENT: Apartment for ent,
modern, 3 rooms, Carrasquilla
462-B.

US Would Embrace Deficit Spending
Rather Than Risk National Security

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NEW YORK, Dec. 7 (UP)Vice
President Richard M. Nixon said
tonight there was a good chance
the administration vould propose
another balanced bucipet next year
but added that it would accept
red-ink spending rather than risk
national security.
Nixon delinitely ruled out a tax
cut in view ol the sttpped-up U. S.
drive to match Russia's space
feats. He indicated, however, that
the administration would go to
deficit spe.iding ra.lier than in-

LEGAL NOTICE
United Slates District Court For The
District ol The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
Clement Sarel and Margerie Sarel.
Libelants, vs. Yacht WAPI. her en engines,
gines, engines, tackle, apparel, furniture, etc..
Hqbpondem.
In Admiralty. No. 4589.
: MARSHAL'S NOTICE OF SALE
By irtue-of a Writ ol Venditioni
Exponas, issued out of the United
States District Court for the District
of the Canal Zone, on the 29th day of
November. 1957, notice is hereby given
that I will sell by public auction on
the lBth day of December, 1957. at 10
o'clock. A.M., at the United States Dis District
trict District Court, in Ancon, Canal Zone, the
yachl WAPI. ber engines, machinery,
brets, tackle, apparel. appurtenances
and furniture as she now lies In the
Inner harbor at Balboa Canal Zone.
Terms of sale: cash. United States
currency.
The WAPI is an auxiliary ketdv 50
feet kmf with a beam of 17 J
For further details, address the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned at P.O. Box 2121 Balboa
Height. Canal Zne. or see him at his
office In District Court Building. An

con. Telephone:, z-zf.
i Joseph I. Klnrald
J "-!I States Marshal
De Caatre A Keblea
Proctors for Libellanta.

DIABLO BEAUTY
U SHOP
I For Tour, floliday
' Permanent
: ry Otirs
- $7.50 to $12.50
- Phona S-1322
.V Diablo" Service Center
. Upstairs

crease current tax iates,
The vice president, in a speech
for the National Association-?. of
Manulacturers. said he realized
his big business audience would

welcome' a speech about chances
for a smaller budget and tax cuts.
But he said this was a time for
realism. V...-
"The lowcsrHaies. the highest
profits, the oest wages in history
won't make any difference if we
are not around to enjoy them," -he
said.
Nixon said this country and its
free Allies are stronger .than the
Communists overall and hav'th6
ability and resource to catth up
in areas wnere they may' lag"! But
he said it- will mean bigger de defense
fense defense spending and an unceasing
battle against waste and duplica duplication.
tion. duplication. Nixon also appealed anew for
conressioual approval of the ad administration's
ministration's administration's expanded $3,940, $3,940,-000,000
000,000 $3,940,-000,000 foreign aid program, par particularly
ticularly particularly tue billion oollar econom economic
ic economic aid section.
Some Democratic congressmen
have pointed to the foreign aid
program as a possible place for
finding economies to help offset a
proposed two billion dollar in increase
crease increase in military spending ior
missiles and other futuristic weap weapons.
ons. weapons. But Nixon said tne stake in the
eco. -.r.ic, Jid program was the
support of t billion people in the
uncommitted nations of Asia, Af-

'rica and the Middle East.

The vice oresident gave this pre preliminary
liminary preliminary picture of how increased
defense spending would affect thii
country's way of life: .
"There vill obviously not be a
tax cut nor do we anticipate a tax
increase.
"... Some domestic' programs
which we consider desirable but
not absolutely necessary are being
eliminated, others are being re reduced.
duced. reduced. "As a result, in spite of the in increase
crease increase in dtfense spending, the
prospects are rrd t"?t the min ministration
istration ministration will be (be to submit

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM rtlDGE
. General Agent
Gibraltar t tie Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
; Tel Panama ?-055J

leading
CAM ER AS
International Jeicefry
155 Central Ave.

LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC, 28 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
$190.00
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. 2-1661

FOR' SALE Peruvian learher learher-ropped
ropped learher-ropped tablet. 2- and tablet $ 1 5,
each. 1 coffee table $25. 1 Sofa-bed
$25. 1502-A Gavilan
Road. Tel. 2.1291.

FOR SALE; Pouble bed. Holly,
wood style, excellent condition,
41 street N. 2-54 Apto. It
Bella Vitfa.

FOR SALE: Kenmore automatic
washer. Phona Albrook 2134 No.
332 A.

FOR SALE: Mahogany bed bedroom
room bedroom set $75.00. I Mr. b Mrs.
dresttr, double bed with 4 inch
foam' rubber mattress and springs
025T-A Gamboa.

FOr'SALE: Big 4 burner Tap Tap-pan
pan Tap-pan stove ,with light and win window,
dow, window, in very good condition.
Call 3-1789.

FOR SALE : One Frigidaire auto automatic,
matic, automatic, washer in very good, con-
dition. Telephone Albrook 2201,

Boats & Motors

FOR SALE: 15' Sea Babe 2
motor and Controlat with trailer
$950.00. Call Cristobal 2420.
FOR SALE:-Outboard motor,
1956 22 H.P. tea king good
condition, 2 fat tanks. $225.00.
217 Apt. 8 Gatun 5-507.

FOR SALE: rBOAT 12', motor
712 EVINRUDE, trailer, motor
Carter b Cover, fire extinguish'
er, all excellent condition. 4250.
First coma first tarved. Call
3662. -iti?-

FOR SALEfi-26 feet modified
piragua, with frailer and 12 H.P.
Elto motor. Fully equipped and
freshly painted. Registered for
6 passengers. Not a water ski
outfit but for exploring lakes and
streams. $400.00. Tel. 2-3040.

INTREPID COMMERCE
AtmORA, 111. (UP)-Merchants
will han? "men nnlv" sipn nn

their stores next Thursday to nro-

vide a ''carefree, relaxed atmo atmosphere
sphere atmosphere In vhich men can perform
their Christmas shopping chores
without harassment from the fe female
male female sex;".

Dutch Port Facilities Seized;
Ships Boarded By Indonesians

its fourth balanced budget in a
row next January.
"However, if after applying the
principles I have mentioned, we
find that a balanced budget would
nenvirU an inirlpauate amount for

our defense." Nrxon said, "there

is no question as to the cnoice wa
will make. The security of the
ITnitaH t3tl mill be TjlaCed

above all other considerations.0

SECRETARY SUES
MEMPHIS, Term. (UP) Mrs.
Gladvs Reinhardt, a secretary,
ha. filed suit for a half interest
in the royalties on "White Silver
Sands," hit song of t e past sev several
eral several months. Mrs. Reinhardt

claimed C. G. Matthews, wh
wrote the lyrics. creprivH ter oft
the share she i entitled to fori
writing the melody. I

JAKARTA. Indonesia. Dec. 7

(UP) Information Minister Sudi Sudi-bjo
bjo Sudi-bjo announced today Indonesia had

seized all Dutch harbor facilities
in Jakarta and would dace armed

guards aboard nationalized Dutch
ships to prevent their escape from

me country.
He said his eovernment would

continue its seizure of Dutch prop property
erty property and would discuss comnensa-

tion only after the dispute over

western xew uuinea wa settled.
He told a news conference at
his home that all Dutch assets in
Jakarta .Harbor had heen taken

over; including buildings, ware-

nouses, rouing stocK, docks and
other equipment.
(The Dutch government asked

the permanent NATO council in
Paris to hold a special meeting on
the crisis. An emergency session
was set for 10:15 a.m. (4.15 a.m.
est) tomorrow.)
Ships Stay In Harbor
The Antara News Agency said
harbor officials had refused' to al allows
lows allows ships of the KPM -Royal Dutch
Inter-island Shipping Company to
leave many Indonesian ports.
It said 12 Dutch ships at Tan Tan-jonk
jonk Tan-jonk Priok Harbor had been or ordered
dered ordered ,to remain at anchor and
that officials in Surabaya in East
Jav:jnJ Pandang Palemban In
Sumafi-r, hid issued sirriilar or orders.
ders. orders. The" agency said two KPM ships
en route to Surabaya had attempt-

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: By great popular
demand Lum't sale extended
until 15th December, 30 off.
Ave. Nacional (Auto Row).

FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayce building blocks. 4"x12"
ft 112". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 per
theuaand. Clayca tV Alfararia, S.
A., Via Espana Ne. J7-40.,
Phona 1-0160.

FOR SALE: 75 sacks of Keen a
Camant. Call Mai Delvalle, 3-
1690.

FOR SALE: 24" bicycle; small
piano; blackboard with stand;
other items. 2308-B. Lat Crucee
Balboa.

FOR SALE: Baldwin Grand Pia Piano,
no, Piano, studio site in excellent con condition.
dition. condition. Termt can be arranged.
Tropelco, 45th St. and Via Espana.

FOR SALE: Especially for
Christmas' Exceptionally attractive
of child's decorated oak furniture;'
chest, table, two chain, rocker.
Lika new:' Highest quality and
finish $45.00. House 8540-B,
Margarita. Tel 3-1445.

FOR. SALE:--One girl't bicycle
26" and one girl't bicycle 24
inch. Both for $25.00 or $15.00
. each. 715-B Pdo Balbea, Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-2373.

FOR SALE: Golf dubs, bag
plut 5' irons- and three woods.
Good condition $15.00. Call 6-474.

FOR SALE: Power saw, bench
type. Da Walt 9" blade A h.p.
motor, practically new. Excellent
running condition. Call 3-6997
or 2-2990.

FOR SALE: G.E. automatic
washing machine. Line ne.w 7
months old $175. Call Albrook
4294.

Will sell or trade 60 c. washing
machine, motor for 25 c. motor.
Call 87-7284.

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seen in a motion picture will be seen in the forthcoming

vrarucr Dros. prcscniauon, "ltlK rKIIXlri ANU rtl
SHOWHIRI. l Trhntnlnr ,l.,rl. M,rlv. iunn l

Laurence Olivier, OPENING ON WEDNESDAY 11 AT THE

FOR SALE; 2 oil drums 55 sal sal-.Ulpa,
.Ulpa, sal-.Ulpa, far top luggage rackajallon
thermos jug, floor lamp, two
straight back wood chairs, ana
bamboo c h a I r, Encyclopadia
Britannica 1929, four foot
wood step ladder, dictionary stand
tat of chindren't books "Beok "Beok-house"
house" "Beok-house" 14 volumes. House 1537
Mango Street, Balboa, telephone
2-1461. Call Sunday or after.

SWEDISH

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tef Vjf -rr OBr CaV V5f r,,av

ed to change their course for Sin Sin-oannrp
oannrp Sin-oannrp hut were prevented by In-

Jnnalian noGSHflOPrfi Tt Hid nOt-

ur""r .r"-"."".;-

give fetalis Ol Uie inciaem,

A spoKes nan ior tne ivm nuy nuy-al
al nuy-al DutdhAirlines : said it was pre pre-narntn
narntn pre-narntn ,n Vmll fiitt Ipnvint' behind

airline equtpmeni anu umuues
valued in the "mllliotis of dollars."
Employes Prepare To bsava
The spokesman sard some 100
KLM employes and their wives
and children had been ordered to
leave the country "as spon as pos pos-;ki
;ki pos-;ki hut that thfi exact depar

ture 'dates depended upon "avil-

abie transportation. ..
U. S. Ambassiidar John M. Al Al-Hcnn
Hcnn Al-Hcnn rViivrl assurances from the

Foreign -Ministry that the anti anti-Dutch
Dutch anti-Dutch campaign would not affect
American citizens in Indonesia.
Sudibjo said the Indonesian mis mission
sion mission in the Hague had been in in-ri,tot
ri,tot in-ri,tot a nrpnarp for the de

parture of Indonesians from Hol

land. .,
u .im thi oovrnment would

discuss compensation for Dutch
property only after the West New
Guinea issue had ben settled
in nlaimi thp Dutch COl-

ony of New Guinea but lost its

fight for ownersnip 01 me iem-

tory in tne uniiea aiion5.

Allison said me American cum cum-mnnitv
mnnitv cum-mnnitv in inrlnnesia feared retali

atory action against the Dutch
might involve them toa. There are
about 5,000 Americans in Indo
wlinff onvprnment offi

cials and oil company employes.
Foreign Ministry Secretary Gen General
eral General Suwito Kusumowidago sard,
however, the campaign to nation nationalize
alize nationalize Dutch property and repatri repatriate
ate repatriate Dutch nationals was not di directed
rected directed against Americans.

WANTED r Secretary with ex ex-'perienca
'perienca ex-'perienca rn English and Spanish
correspondence. Apply with pic pictures
tures pictures permanent position. Box
960 Colon R. da P.

WANTED : Secretary, capable
of taking dictation in English and
Spanish. Apply Peikard. Free
Zene, Colon.
f.'

Competent dark stenographer
English $150 apply Scout Office
Diablo or call Panama 2-5432.

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLIC! ANONYMOUS
DRAWER -A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL '..

Domestic Employment

Maid wanted. Mutt be good cook
De not apply unlatt you have a.
reference. 715-B. Prada Balboa,
C. Z.

'I iT

m it Mjm

It's getting so thoT If you don't
hove a psychiotrisf, people will

think you recroiy. o.ij

SERVICES

3-mlnute ar wash $1, ttaem
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cart $6. Auto-Bafio, Trana-ltth-mian
Highway near Sean.

The boat dionara and drlnki
arc served in our modorn air
conditioned cafeteria, frill and
bar. Hotel Intornaeional "PI,
xa S do Mayo,

Dogs

FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel A.
K. C. female, 19 months 8110 8110-B.
B. 8110-B. Margarita, f hand 3-2966.

WANTED: Service manager for
noie.'a1t;,MaWWl; have l$ l$-years
years l$-years experience. -oeV' mechanic
also able to apeak faglish and
Spanith. State age- Experience,
reference and salary' excepted.

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vbm?A Ger-vbm?A o m government
charged today that the" western al allies
lies allies have forfeited:. -their right to
be In Berlin, In' the official 1957
yearbook of the German Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Republic, the Reds said the

united states, Britain and France
have violated Berlin's four-power
status by concerting West Berlin
into a spy center ior counter-revolution
against the Soviet Zone. By
doing this, they have deprived
themselves of th right to stay in
the divided city, the. Reds said.

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to a hurniliatihg U. S. propsgadfe'by, giving, too much advance "fanfareV to the unsuccessful atellit Jwt
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the drive- in Congress to beef aid UW;$ scientific programs. ; ; X.'
, '' Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.), chairman pf the Senate Preparedness subcomHjJittea
,Which is Investigating these programs, called. for a full report on the Cape, Canaveraf fiasco. V..
"I shrink a little inside of mo whenever tjie U..S. announces a great event, and it blows up In our faoos...
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a speech at Amarillo, Tex. '""-"'r -n-"wf' ,'

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"Since this is such an uncer uncertain
tain uncertain field I am not able to un understand
derstand understand the policy which makes
such spectacular announcements
In advance of the event."
Chairman Richard B. Russell
(D-Ga.) of the" Senate Armed
Services Committee agreed "it
would have been better to make
our first few trials in the middle

of the night and without xan xan-Jare."
Jare." xan-Jare." He said the satellite failure
"dramatized the Importance of
putting the very best brains and
resources" to work on the U.S.
program.
"Tt. was a verv ereat and eriev-

ous blow to our waning world

prestige." Russell told reporters.
He said he had warned the
Defense Department against
rushing the program by trying
to get up "a tiny thing which
looked like a toy" compared to
the Soviet Sputniks.
Sen. Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D (D-Wyo.),
Wyo.), (D-Wyo.), blamed the administra administration
tion administration for the failure. He said that
"publicitywise and propaganda propaganda-wise,
wise, propaganda-wise, the failure, was as disas disastrous
trous disastrous to, us as Russian sputniks
I and II."
"it should never have happen happened,"
ed," happened," O'Mahoney told reporters.
"We have the scientists capable
of doing the job but they were
held back by the administra administration.
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24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
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Company:
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TEMPERATURE:
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High .; 93
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WIND:
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RAIN (inches) .01
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81

Cristobal

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4;32 p.m

Low
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10:46 p.m.

O'Mahonev said one of the

first acts of president Eisenhow

er after taking office in 1953 was

to-cut research and development
budgets .submitted to congress

by former president Truman.
Other lawmakers said the
failure to get the test satellite
into the air would put more
steam behind the drive in Con Congress
gress Congress next year to beef up U.S.

scientific programs.
It emphasized the need for our
concentrating with all our
might and strength in the field
of science arid technology until
we have advanced to where we
are confident that our arcom arcom-nllshments
nllshments arcom-nllshments are not inferior to

any other in the world," Sen.
John L. McClellan (D-Ark.) said.
Rep. "Gerald R. Ford Jr. (R (R-Miehr)
Miehr) (R-Miehr) member, of . a. Hpuse

Appropriations subcommittee in investigating
vestigating investigating the 1 missile-satellite

program, said tne vanguara set setback
back setback "indicates a good reason
why it is desirable to proceed
with the Army Jupiter-C as an
alternative for launching a sat satellite
ellite satellite '."
Rep. Carl T Dunham (D-N.C),
a member of the House1 Armed

Services Committee, termed n
unfortunate that the attempted'
launching "had so much publici

ty."
Rep. Porter Hardy Jr. (D (D-Va.),
Va.), (D-Va.), a member of the same
committee, said "it looks like
we've done too much talking
prematurely."
-Rep. Clare E. Hoffman (R (R-Mich.)
Mich.) (R-Mich.) said the failure "only
demonstrates, that premature information.-,
.creates dissatisfac dissatisfaction
tion dissatisfaction and criticism."
Sen. A. Willis Robertson (D (D-Va
Va (D-Va ) said he thought the United
States should have : kep quiet
until the satellite was laupched.

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succeed the first time," he said,

"But she didn't have an tne am

bassadors to the Kremlin on

hand to report preliminary fail
ures."

Khrushchev Says US Wont Rqturi
Sputnik I s Fallen 1 Rocket Carrier

MOSCOW. Dec. 7 (UP) -r-Nikita

S. Khrushchev said last night the

United State retrieved the fallen
rocket carrier of Sputnik I and

"willAnot giv.e it, back to us." -It
fell on American territory -1 a S t
Sunday, he said.
The Communist party chief criti criticized
cized criticized American "decency" in
keeping,the rocket, which presum presumably
ably presumably would he undor examination
by American scientists.

Speaking before he iearnea or

the failure of the American satel

lite launching at Cape Canaveral

Fla.. he said that it is "time tor

the Americans to launch a satel

lite and that they will succeed

"sooner or later."
In Washington, the Defense
Department had no comment.
A spokesman for the J. S. sat satellite
ellite satellite program laughed ;and said
"we don't know anything about
it."
Khrushchev's statement to news newsmen
men newsmen at a Finnish Embassy recep-

MCINTOSH HEADS IOAN FUND

WASHINGTON (UP) r- Demp

ster 'Mcintosh. U.Si Ambassador

to Venezuela, Thursday was ap

pointed manager of the new de development
velopment development loan fund to provide
economic aid to our allies. The
program, authorized by Congress
earlier this year, substitutes loans
for outright grants in the foreign
aid program.

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ican American and British scientists that
the rocket uhich hurled Sputnik
I into space Oct. 4 came down
last weekend. v
Radio Moscow "said in a broad broadcast
cast broadcast to i London Thursday night
that the rocket still was aloft. It
quoted Sovi t academician Evgeny
Krinov as saying it still was in
space and would not come down
"in the nearest future. v.
'"We know the earner rocket fell

over the United States, but they
do not want to give it back ; to

us.", Khrushchev said.

U. S. Ambassador Llewelyn

Thomson, also attending the re

ceotion. said Khrushchev't state

ment was the first I have heard

about it."

. Khrushchev, jovial and friendly

except when be was discussing tne

Soutaik. did not know at the time

that the A nerican project n a o

failed hi a puff of orange flame.

First word from Russia on the

American failure came in a Radio

Moscow broadcast beamed to Lon

don which said without other com-

"The much-publicized U. S. arti

ficial earth satellite, Vanguard,

which was to have been launched

today, exploded with the carrier

rocket during tne launcning.

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Dulles Rejects

Adlai s Proposal
To Tour Europe

WASHINGTON. 'Dec. T (UP)

The administration several weeks

ago rejected a proposal by Adlai

E. Stevenson that ne maKe a ract ract-finding
finding ract-finding tour of Europe to cement
relations, with this country's allies,
it was learned today.
Stevenson offered the suggestion

to Secretary of State John Foster

Dulles before he was appointed a
special consultant for the North

Atlantie Treaty Organization meet meeting
ing meeting in Paris Dec. 18-18. The pro proposal
posal proposal drew no response from
Dulles.
Stevenson, twice defeated Demo

cratic presidential candidate and

titular head of his party, was ssid
to feel that his trip might he help
ful to showing this country's con

tinued interest Jn .Europe.

He also thought it might help in
developing European views on how

the Allies could best meet Russia's
missile and scieitific challenge.
Stevenson has said he will not

go to the NATO, meeting unless
"comoelline" circumstances arise.

There was. no indication whether

rejection of his proposed tour
played any. part in bis decision

not to go to Parrs. ?

Stevenson has made clear mat
he is disappointed with the admin

istration's campaign to penetrate
underdeveloped countries.

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LT.XOL. RALPH E. ROSE, left, acting. Fort Kobbe post comm ander; -receives from Capt. : Charles C. Early; commander of
Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 4st Battle lroup,-20th Infantry, the company's contribution to the" United Fund
Drive. This unit scored the highest percentage of contributions with $2348.84 more than double, their $1127 quota. Large Largely
ly Largely responsible for this outstanding record are the- key men, in the background left to right, MSgt., Ralph Sonnenschein 1st
Lt. Franklin Hart, 1st Lt John Grill, Sfc. Howard' OalUpemu, -MSs&".Hord .-Albright- nd-. 1st- TX'Boberi.Zargan Not 'pic-
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AFL-CIO DeEegafes
Vote To Kick Oul

Teamsters' Union

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6 (UPJ-The. AJFL-CIO todiy ex expelled
pelled expelled the cbrrUption v stained
Teamsters Union the nation's
largest from the ranks of the

organized labor movement by i

vote of iiv to one.

Deleoates to the AFL-CIO sec

ond biennial convention rejected
nnac'i "vloo n tin' lima

y Teanisters Officials in ousting

the l.JOO.ooo-memDer trucKing un

ion.-

The! vote was 10,458.498 to 2,-

266497a9t by the delegates on
the basis of union membership,

strength!.

The action came after AFL-CIO

President George Meany told the

delegates they must vote to tree

entire labor movement oy its ac

tions against the Teamsters,
rocked by year-long exposures be

fore the Sanate Rackets commit
tee. .... ;

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Disclosures of Beck's "borrow

ing" more than $370,000 in union

funds ana Hoffa'a tie-up wim ew

York racketeer Johnny Dio were

used by the; AFL-CIO to back' its

corruption charges.,

Retaliation for the Ouster was

not threatened by spokesmen for

Uje teamsters, -. ;: -. ;

Meany :said he ; would still be

willing to meet with Hoffa- to

discuss the expulsion. But he re

counted a series of unsuccessful

attempts to see the Detroit labor
leader. u .v

He revmled that meetings were

set up .tentatively for several

nights this week but. fall jell
through.. Hoffa failed to jshow up

for one New ; York city : session

and never managed to see Meany
to discuss the ouster, the AFL-CIO
chief said. :

f,I stood bn my headfM every

thing possible under the 'sun," to

meet Hoffa," Meany said, adding

that "I have kept the door open"

for any future meeting.

US To Allow Relatives
to Visit Red-HeKk'in

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WASHINGTON, Dec. 7 (UP) -The
State Department changed
signals today and said it would
permit close relatives to visit six

Americans stiu neia in cninese

uommunisi prisons.
It emphasized, however, that it

would continue its general policy

of refusing passports for travel

to' the Red .mainland.

The action reversed a January,
1955, decision by Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles- that it

would be "imprudent' for rela relatives
tives relatives of jailed Americans to go

to.Red-uuaa.

At that time, the Communists

held 52 Americans and were voic

ing many threats against the
United States. The number of
prisoners since has been whittled
down to six, primarily through

American Red Chinese negoti

ations at Geneva,
Department Press Officer Lin

coin White said the decision to

issue passports to close relatives

of the remaining prisoners was

prompted solely ty -humanitarian

considerations.

He denied it meant the depart

ment had ziven uo nope the Chi

nese Reds would release the

prisoners two civilian 'Army em

ployes, two businessmen and two

Catholic priests.

ven. with the .passports, mere

was i, no. guarantee Red China
would admit the Americans to

visit their kin. However, the (de (department,
partment, (department, said the Communists
ha J"expressedi- aT willingness to

permit- sucn visits- on various

permit such- visits on various

occasions.

The department had relaxed its

travel ban earlier by authorizing

some 25 American newsmen to
visit Red China. But Chinese

authorities have not allowed them
to enter -and i White said there
were no, indications they; would
do sp.

The new decision regarding tne

relatives of prisoners was dis disclosed
closed disclosed in a letter to Rep. Thomas
J. Lams, (D-Mass). One of the
prisoners, Richard G. Fecteau, is
from Lynn,. 'Mass. J
' Fecteau and John T. Downey,
of New Britain, Conn., were civil civilian
ian civilian employes of the Army who
disappeared ;on, a flight from
Korea to lapas in November,
1952. :
The Chinese Communists later

announced their" arrest on spy
charges. Downey -was sentenced
to life imprisonment and-Fecteau
to 20 years at Peiping.
Immediately after the new pol policy
icy policy was announced, Mrs. Fecteau

said she and Mrs. Downey would

he was arrested June :14. 1951.

and sentenced to 15 years in jail

at iienismr f
. The Rev;- Joseph P. McCor McCor-mack,
mack, McCor-mack, of. Palmyra, N.Y. A Catho Catholic
lic Catholic priest, of the Maryknoll Order,
he was arrested June 15, 1953 and
sentenced to five years imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment at Shanghai. P
Hugh F. Redmond Je.i of Yonk-

er, N.Y. A businessman, .hp was
arrested April -21. 1851 and sen

tenced to life- iiyprisonment, also

at onangnau
Rev! John P. Wagner, brother
of Mrs. Joseph Kleber, Glenshav,
Pa. A Catholic priest of the- Fran Franciscan
ciscan Franciscan Order, he" was; arrested
June 15. 1953 nrl Rpntpnrl tn

five years in jail in Shanghai.

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On Repair Work
For PC Fenders
, Bildon, Incorporated was low
with a bid of $55,930 on the WorkJ
of repairing the fender- system
of the docks and piers in the Ports
of Balboa and Cristobal. Bids on

the work were opened yesterday

atcernoon m tne : Administrauoil
Building at Balboa Heights.
Offers of $59,422 to $70,904 also
were made Lv Isthmian Constri'ak

torsi- Inc., -and Chain Smeh.

I specfively. ;

The fender repair work, which

is part of the regular Panama Ca

nal piep maintenance program,
will consist of the- replacenftri'v,

of approximately 124 fender pu

ings on piers in the Balboa area
and the- replacement' of approxi

mately 310 fender pilings on the.

piers in the Cristobal area.
The contractor' will; be given
approximately seven : months to

complete the work. 1

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"tne most beautiful legs in the
world,- a r n e d for actress
Debra.' Paget -a pair of sheer,
off-biack hose studded with
$10,000 worth of diamonds. Miss
Paget, modeling the hose with
diamonds attached, above, won
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Doll Of 150.00Q persons essoci-

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