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

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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' r'iTH g NUMB E R OF STUDENTS registered : In Balboa High School passed the 1000 jftark this month
when Mist Dee- Able, a sophomore" who hails from Memphis, .Tennessee, entered her" name on 4he ro
ter. Since her enrollment brought the number 6f students to the htshest level in the history of Balboa
( High School, Miss, Able found herself the center of attention on th part of bofh tht studentr and4h
faculty, s ; , ,- I ,"
Toeether with her father and mother Set." and Mrs. Dan W. Able.' of ofozal, she i shown'in the

-Balboa High School otticp conferring with Miss Marie weir, at tne ien, uaiooa mgn iscnom W
7 Counselor.. Miss-Able came to the Cjanal2one from Fprrest Cifyrr)cnsS'wher'!ne:'completed'.

freshmanyear in High chool. For the past seven weeks she has
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MOSCOW, Dec. 19. (UP). Russia, said today preparations for launching ta earth satellites
so a thorough there were fno unstttressfu attempts. ; r '.'i1' r?fl
"Thiriwr onlr twn atieranU mnd. bolh we sufirestul.7'k Soviet' tcifiKUstt J ficdA't

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j-prs smphathy Ipr.the, Amen Amen-4
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cess in solution of vsuch: complex
technical tasks,"? he' aid.,"i -..A
mencan diffieulties.agam empha
llze the complications." ,.'
He added that "the Americans
.have experienced and highly v
' qualified specialists in rocket
chifelesy. r think they w I U
able tp (.aunch Sputniks 'i
iwentwliyv Soviet specialists sin-

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tary police again fired tear gas

, 'shells against student demon--
'Strators in he streets pf Nicosia

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ikrid'Wlde' riots 'coincidine with

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I Tjrua -dLsoute, Yesterdav 31 per

lona were injured lit island-wide
demonstrations as Dart of a 24-
J tlour strike called by JEOKA to

.-. -aiark the JjJi..-debatew,
- .1 XToday'i Uotr ; In ''the capital

:' were by atudent demonstrators,

. .fwho hurned a Union' Jack out-
side the Panryprian Gymnasium

Military police called to disperse
"the demonstrators lired tear gas
into tne .crowd. xv 4 v1
S Earlier today, a-Jreeic Cyprlot
. was admitted to 'a hospital in
Epthatkoml with a serious bul-
" let wound In the -head An offi official
cial official statement said no one had

been wounded when -police open4ellite ;may he launched shortly;.

ed fire on the demonstrators in
the northeast Cyprus town, but
- the CvDrtot man's friends clalm-
ed he had been wounded in the
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la article, toiarkfn the ,1000th reTolutloU jpf the, first earth- saMite,
omenta ,I Soviet put nikology, -r j f J. ,j

-or, soviet spuiniKoiory,
eirely wish success to Americaif
scientist and engineers."
In another Pravda article, Prof.
K. 'Sergey ev indicated that Soviet
scientists already are seriously
considering setting up a perma permanent
nent permanent station on the moon,'"
'The task of reaching the moon
with rockets flying directly from
the earth can presently be tech technically
nically technically materialized," he said.
.Sergeyev said such a moon star
tion would serve as a bridge for
future flights further into space.
for using the moon's mineral re
sources, and "to establish power
ful atomic-powered installations,"
J He said lue on the moon is pos
sible and is an ideal place tor a
permanent, intermediate station."
"The time will come when man
ned cosmic ships leave earth for
trips to distant planets and; dis
tant worlds, he saic.
- As an alternative, Serpiyei
prop ted setting up permanent
' manned satellite at aeiena. 13400
miles above the earth. He said
therti could- maintain contact
with the earth by means .of
special rockets i delivering
supplies and fuel.. :
By utilizing solar energy on
such interplanetary stations, the
professor said, plants and iood
could be cultivated. He added
that It is possible to create arti
ficial eravity Dnroximauns con
ditlons nn earth to enable normal
human existence.; i ; -.
"Modern development of elec
fronrcs with rational use' of
chemical fuels. especially nuclear
fuels, enables solution of these
tasks within the not too distant
fugure regardless of how difficult
these tasks appear at the pres
ent,",, Sergeyev wrote,
The articles in Pravda today
plus several 'others, recently led
to speculation another Soviet sat-
Communist 'Party chief Nikita
Khrushchev, said last-month that
the Russians possess; the ability
to "launch any number ef Sput
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2 UP) It appeared hkeiy today
inai a inira attempt win be made
this week to! successfully launch
the Atlas intercontinental ballistic
missile (ICBM);' the',',big bird."1 in
this country's missile arsenal; M
.: There also were reports that
- an 'Army missile, either an in-
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Ttrmtgiiiw Tng JVptW r f
rul
Thia tave rise to, sacculation, that
the Army: might be ready- to test
fire its, satellite-bearing Jupiter C
missile -hr the wake of failure of
the Navy Vanguard satellite-carrier
last Friday,- r
Although a -spokesman for v the
Army oaiiisuo- missUe agency at
Huntsvllle, Ala.r aid ho fully-a
sembled Jupiter C't were .' the
Cape, the Redstone beheved to be
sitting in one of -two Army Service
towers; here s the .fundamental
unit oj ine jupuer u. v
Thm Air' Vnrrm lir-lA ff wl.t
almost certainly will be another
busy week at his Air Torce test
, imT w, mi,,
center yesterday, by; triggering
ground-to-air Bomarc, a small but
swift missile which sped l away
1 . 1-. ,L.- j f. .
reiyinj muy a uiui'ifau i smoxe.
i-ast night, the two towers bmin
tar the-, Atlases' and the two Army
gtintries were fhe only ones light lighted
ed lighted at;the center; The lower where
uie vanguara wa iirear and, ex
ploded Friday was 'dark. f ,.
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i But ht Washington the' Navy Is Issued
sued Issued statement listing the roe-'
eon for' the .Vanguard misfiring
as "a mechanical failure in the
prepultlen system."
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fanama, r. p., tuesdat; December u, mi

, By ait Anonymous M.L.B.
- -This
year, as people dash a-
round doing their Christmas shop-,
ping early, I can sit back and re relax.
lax. relax. -1 have a new ; theory about
the 'Subject,., consisdered by some
of my, friends to be rather revo revolutionary.
lutionary. revolutionary. :
WDo your Christmas shopping
late," my motto-
Take the. matter of dolls, for
instance j '...fi-.i
Last year,, as an early shopper,
was bewildered by the stagger-
mg .array; of doll in all sizes,
shapes,' costumes, and hair -do'a.
I spent hours deliberating on the
relative merits -of one which could
sneeze ;cryi blow bubbles, and
walk? and another which could
snort, gurgie, coo, ana wei m,iua m,iua-pers.
pers. m,iua-pers.
I ended ud' with Sally, a little
plastic Frankenstein who could
do everything except answer the
telephone.' ;
' "What's this big spot on the so sofa?"
fa?" sofa?" I asked.., a few days after
Chrirftirias.
'.'Sally 'wet on it," replied" the
little voice of my pre-schoier.
i,J Sally, ft seems, is subject
to severe ''bilious attacks, aggra
vated by a diet of mud pies and
old hath' water.'. .But she ob
viously has the constitution of an
ox1, for she is still with us.
Thik year,' my early- shopping shopping-frierids'
frierids' shopping-frierids' tetl me that ..the commy
is full of new dolls equippped with
high .heels,, girflles,' sun glasses,
ahct -nnihfv flip
.VWeU," I know.'liiw thing! 'J do
not intend to turn ipnyAelf into Urt.
tnnsuan iwnr -of the!.floiI world.
v n lij J iinkbsa stile evening
r 'wiis for soji.e, supercilious little
iastie creature'' who tit- around
the house ailvday ayearingV'i u ft
filassei. '-'S X, -'V1 1
Who do 'they ithink. t ami kny-.
wmy .xterma,! me ewuic -? mm mm-chine,
chine, mm-chine, Girlf Give' me a doll who
can wear the. old potato-sack style,
a hoi for. the neck. and a string
tied around the middle.
t When I go doll-shopping this
year, ..around :Dec. v 23, I'll -avoid
alt the agonies of indecision and
hours of deliberation. s ..
. I know' I'll have a choice be between
tween between the emaciated ballerina with
the 'pink hair, who obviously nev never
er never eats or drinks anything, and
the haughty brunette with the pony-tail,
whose wardrobe' includes
roller skates and a mink stole,
and who costs $25. What decision
could be simpler than that?
. Anyway, if the children get tir tired
ed tired of the pink bair, I can always
wheel To';.. s:t4
Then thr "in .. vahilaa
Wheel tftys., ,; .tricyciee, scooters
and such. Last October found us
as busy Is two httie pack rats,
CcpaPkn? Which
lt:i AlAlbrcok
Four days after landing, a, di di-abled
abled di-abled commercial plane was still
standing on the Albrook runway
today while a new engine was
Ming msiaiipa. r
i The com. airplane requested
permission from the Air Force on
Friday to make a forced landine
at Albrook because of the loss of
an engine. .,.';. v
It landed at Albrook and its
passengers, bound for David,
were picked tip in a second Cooa
Diane and taken to Jho Interior
or Panama.; v.- . -,-
This marked the first Instance
of a copa plane landing at. the
DA Air Force base-' -5 .'
Repairmen, were gtill working
on the damaged plane today, an
Alf Force official said.

storing away boxes l wheel
toys, unassembled; : :.

And guess who Was sitting un
der the: tree, at midnight on
Christmas Eve,' surrounded by 379
nuts,- bolts, cotter pins, chains,
pieces of bent metal,, and a set of
instructions designed to turn any anyone
one anyone with an I. Q. of less than 175
into a jibbering Wiot?
The njanufacturer had added an another
other another diabolical touch by naming
this, vehicle a "Good Humor" wa wagon,
gon, wagon, a euphemism if I ever heard
one.
.. '-
My husband, with the aid of the
GS-13 engineer next door, finally
got the wagon rolling about t 3
a.m.; although it had developed a
decided list to, starboard, and
screeched like someone running
rusty nail through a buzz-saw.
I regarded the whole project
with unsympathetic eyes, engross engrossed
ed engrossed as I was in wondering w h a
else I could make out of the parts
Jor, a three-wheeled doll buggy.
. Weil, the "Good Humor": wagon
still has the sideways gait of an
old ill-tempered commissary cart,
and pieces fall off from, time to
time. Un ortunatelyt they, are.nev are.nev-er
er are.nev-er the same as any of the pieces
which were left oyer frpm, Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Eve. ; ; ;?
We need a new vehicle, and I
'can tell you which 'oneway will
buy this year. f i
lt' will be the last one J left on
dispy on dec, .24. t
I hope that every child" in the
Canal Zone has sat on nt to see
u iv w"tiv.. m ji i uu in ..Due
piece,- mat a. tno one lor vsi
Ccol Admin S'alcd:
Coil $1.000,0M
The first change of any exten.
slye mature to be made' in the
Canal's Administration; Building
since, it was built 43 yearjr ago
wilf : be started early oexfc year,
according to the Panama Canal
Review. '
Modernization plana for -the
thres-itorv masonrv structure
are nearing completion and bids
for the big' Job which will cost id
the neighborhood of $1,000,000
will be invited within the next
few weeks,
si No atructural changei are in involved
volved involved in the Dlans. and the
building will present much the
same outward anoearance. There
wllLt however, be a vast dlffer-
enr in- the interior which- is be
lng planned for air conditioning,
modern lle-htine. a new elevator.
and some oiiice cnangea wnicn,
in-total, wiU spell out a modern;
office building suuaDie ior em em-Kiont.
Kiont. em-Kiont. wnrlr in tho humid tropic.
Architect enelneerlng plans
mr tha ir rondltioninc. elevator
and lighting have been submit
ted Dv tne panama urm oi ou ou-der
der ou-der Duffer & Associates, con
tractors for thia phase of the
nrflmm Plana for' the other
work are being prepared by the
Wnirinirinf Division.
: Plana for the air conditioning
ii tnr hiilci-water distribu
tion system which wlU, eliminate
the need for an extensive rem-
,r,n vilninaf avstem. :
The principal alteration to
the;.inierior, oiner uin .hw-
l.fiAn f t.h air conaiuoiuiiK
nd fiourescent llenting, wiu oc
-
..nuictnn 1V1 th basement of the
west wins: for the studio-and lab
oratory of -tne oinciai ; piiow-
grapher: ana conversion oi
suite of offices adjacent to the
Gove'rnor'a- office for use as a
board room.
; m... lpattr will be in
-. xuv new -----
,t.uA m th existing shaft, and
.hi k rravidM with both man-
pal and automatic coukrui.
fa e-otv
"Go SMewhere
elM irbea it ati
ter?" PaWM
nsverai: "Wk
5 it uat fH km
bem, ee thia
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! Ie Him alart"

THE PULSE
Of PANAMA

SPECULATION was rife in Pan
ama City today that the verdict
handed down by the jury in favor
of Ruben O. Miro might bring
some changes LA President Ernesto
de la Guardia Jr's. cabinet.
Before the trial it was rumored
that the political future of : some
factions of the National Patriotic
Coalition depended greatly on thn
outcome of the trial.
.An. urgent meeting of the executive-committee
of the National
Liberation Movement, led by First
Vice President Temistocles Diaz,
wag being held is this paper went
to press today.
There wai no indication of what
was being discussed at the meet
ing called by Diaz, who bolted tne
National Patriotic Coalition last
July. ,..
Another political meeting has
been scheduled for 6 p.m. today
by the National Liberal Federation
to discuss ."matters of great im importance,"
portance," importance," v, t'
: A strange obct wirh printing
in a foreign language found by
three .farmers at La PIntada, in in-the
the in-the j province of Coela 4 'te bo
examined n the spot today. Poo
plo in ..the area are speculating
that tv may bo the first Sputnik
launched by .the -Russians 1 i
:,:ti., .I.kl,l..i.i...fa u

IICtneco and Octavio Lorenoen
Z-'i S, 1 Vlill SimiiIm la uM av analM

strange ebfectt.
The tabloid daily- tt War
peculated that the obect may
be examined by experts of the
U.S. Army Caribbean. 1
at
Afinistef of Government and
Justice Max Heurtematt is ached-
uled to be Questioned by the Na National
tional National Assembly on what measures
were iteken by the ministry to a
void the flight of. Gustavo Aleman,
Cuban manager of ; an i nsurance
firm which was seized by Panama
judicial authorities. ; V
Aleman,: who ran the Aguila Im
perial (Imperial Eagle) insurance
company which sold policies with
premiums of 25 and 50 cents week'
ly. disappeared, without trace
bout two weeks ago. His arrest has
since been ordered by District At Attorney
torney Attorney Dano Sandoval.
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riinr.n. niisj.u uiAu,-.Tnree cr tne actors who arrived here to start work In The
iw arul.tiie tJead' take a .coffee' b.eak'ar.n .tly aiter deplaning here. Left to- right ar-
night-chib comedian Joey Bishop, TV and Bro -dway actor Clifford; Robertson who has ec-H
pnd lead to the movie) and U Q. Jones. Aldo Ray was retting up after the troupe survived
.J J?. cl lely nd engine breakdow ns before they finally landed in Panama. Be."
'niZZY'Ji?1???1? h"PPrei tnv"Picnic- "Autumn Leaves," and a new movie not yrt
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Former President
May Be Released
From Jail Today

Convicted ex-President Jose Ramon Guizado had tiji
bags an packed this morning amid speculation that HJt
wouid De released from the Larcel Modelo some time i2?
day. ..
A petition requesting the Supreme Court ta ora'er
Guizado's release was presented at 10:30 this morning by
Attorney General Hermogenes de la Rosa.
De la Rosa based his request on the contention that
Guizado is innocent of the charges under which he was
convicted in the light of the not guilty verdicts handed)
down by a jury last Friday in favor of Ruben O. Miro and
six other defendants. -i
Guizado is serving a six-year, eight-month sentence
imposed by th National Assembly in March, 1955, on the
basis of charges that he Mir6 and other defendants plot plotted
ted plotted the assassination- of President Jose A. Rem 6n, :

The attorney general's petition
wat accepted by the Supreme
Court- and turned oyer tp Justice
Publio Vasquez -tor'Stuay.
Meanwhile, it was reported that
Goiikda't la wyer Jr, Felipe J
Fifobaryand Gmflerm ,Mrqua4
neno would present a petition to
the National Assembly asking; for
mr revision w uuizaoo s case.
Several political factions in the
Assembly are also said to be pre
paring to introduce bills with the
jame purpose.
One faction was said to favor
the. revision of both .Guizado's
ease and that oif former Presl
dent Arnulfo Aria who was tried
bv the National Assembly and
divested of his political rights
in 1951.
However,; some- sourees pre
dicted that the Assembly would re
ject the petition to review Guiza
do's case, contending that it is a
matter thai, should be handled by
the Supreme Court.
Speculation regarding Guizado's
release some time today was has
ed on. the premise that the 1 Su
preme Court can order bis release
on bail while the Attorney Gener
al's petition follows the normal
course through the Supreme Court.
Another source contended that
President Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr. is empowered to order Guiza Guizado's
do's Guizado's release with the stipulation
that he remain in Panama City.
The former President,, who was
convicted on the basis of. Miro's
confession to the assassination of
President Remon, reportedly start
ed packing his belongings Friday
after learning of the jury's verdict.
Miro retracted on his confession
before Guizado was brought to
trial, but the retraction was not
taken into consideration by the
National Assembly, r
Unusual activity was reported
overttbe weekend by. both govern-
rtrti, wiiLiewi jseaws'tjaiwt. iMimHif. o

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tions-v However, fcwa not espect-. 1
ed that. there will anv inHir..ii-

of the plans drafted by the differ.
uroupa, umu tne National Ju.;
sembly meets this afternoon.
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lOlCUfilJiU buns?
Iov ExRsdcrf Jfcrc
Bv Bid Of Mrfii
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a pviini .j
v 1 f.if y
Final plans are being made f
locally for the delivery of two
LeTourneau towing device
which are to be used experiment' -tally
at Gatun Locks, th Pana 1
ma Canal Review revealav w y
, Wnthe exact date "is
uncertain, the manufacturing
firm has Indicated that they w.I
part of this month. The reasori
given for the later delivery date
than oriRlnally scheduled wag
the difflcu ty hi arranging Ma
transportation- for both units at
the same time.
. J? Planned 'to use the J5tti

lifting the lnrnmntfv. .xt, J.

ln Cristobal Harbor if-tot
contractor desires. "rJ
Than ..111 U i 1 ' 4
-""j wl" ue icn aDoara tn
craneboat ta Oatim t nok.
they will be lifted toTthTcente?
wall tracks for final assembly
A general discussion -of Oh
new locomotives dth ..
ficials was held early last montft 1
during a brief visit fo the CatoaJ
Zone by R. G. LeTourneau,""
. Two' Locks Division men- spent
two weeks at-the LeTourneiu
plant in Longview, Tnt;; dmng

Vvyx. iv wnu TC u( Xiew.JOCC
motives' and their : muntin.

They were W..M. Hartman, pact- 1
e LOcks foreman? anTDayid-'iL
1 ssi j. ..i. .'mmxmtiyvwvs.

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Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential
tanner.
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peat day. Letter are published in the order received.
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This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions
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THE MAIL BOX

BINGO MANNERS

Sir;
" "Lottery Players" are to be congratulated on the keen obserw
tians contained in their letter titled -'102 Bingo Games" (Mail Bo,
m I am an American bineo player, and have noticed the

following: ,
1. On bingo nights, most of the tables are reserved lor Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians at the Army, Navy Club at Ft. Amador.
2 At the Balboa Clubhouse they have a comparatively small tray
with cookies and. cakes in the Bingo room. The Panamanians are
not satisfied with one or two pieces but buy enough to feed their tara tara-ily
ily tara-ily at home. Thus the late-working and late-arriving Gringo has to
drjnk his coflee without cake.
At Cocoh, the Panamaaians buy everything from toothpaste to
jewelry wtihout being asked to show a privilege card. At the same
place I have observed a Panamanian girl paying for one card, and

the" minute the collector lias passed, she picks up two extra cards at
no-extra cost." Although collector and caller know her racket, she

is"Still permitted to play.
"it could be said, well, if you don't like it, lump it. But this is one
time I am going to stand on my right as a temporary resident of the
Cafcal Zone. There is little entertainment in the Zone. I have nothing
gainst the Panamanians, as long as they behave like decent human
beings.
When I go to the Republic of Panama, I am well aware that Iam
a guest there and behave accordingly. I try to respect their laws
and conduct myself in such a manner as to bring credit to my coun country,
try, country, Why can't the Panamanian people do likewise, and behave like
guests instead of ignoring our laws and trying to run the show?
""Most of the players, from. Panama should not worry about losing
a tew dollars. After all, ihey take theni back from us when we shop

in tneir stores.
"Lntterv olavers" mentioned a former investigation at Curundu

I would like to know how it is possible to "fix1'. bingo. If such is the
case, I certainly would stay away. I like a clean game but hate

rackets.
' Let's Do Something About It

Labor JNcws
'And. v.'
Comment v

POTBOILER

Sir:
Methinks Percy's Poignant Pot has slipped down over his ears.
C. St. Vosburgh's testimony, be it right, wrong or indifferent, is high-
lv commendable. The gentleman certainly has the strength of his
convictions, and ill' deserves to have his statements satirized by Pun Pungent
gent Pungent Tercy.
I find it a little difficult to perceive Percy's Peculiar Philosophy.
Hif 'ready reference to "Mein Kampf" as a bible for those who dop't
agree with him seems strange when he uses the favorite theme to
fascist and communistic propaganda. That is, ferret out the most
undesirable aspects of a locality or society and start drawing com

parisons. Had Percy thought of using the backwoods of the Deep
South as his parallel, his attempted satire would have been even

metre as(mne.

By VICTOR RIESEL
ATLANTIC CJTY, N.J. There

is Hypertension at mis critical

venuon ot tne 1200 men wno leau

American labor, for, among the

powenui cnids o. 136 national u-

nious, were are some prominent
personalities who .have dipped as
deeply into their outiits' treasuries

as uiu wave Beck into the Team

sters' till.

'ine word here Is that there are

presidents or secretary treasur

ers ot our, possiory live, national

organizations who nave used mil

lions ot collars worth oi union dues

as uiougn it were their own. These

men leau unions in ihe heavy con

strucUon trades. This looting has
shown up in year-long anaiyaes Oi

dooks ana records.

XT j . a

mui many oi inese 'men are

"racketeers," nor are they tieu

to underworld forces necessarily.

Basically, this Is corruption but

not gangsterism. Exactly wnat it

is won t De known until the senate
Committee opens new hearings late
in January or ear.y February
long painstaking hearings pattern patterned
ed patterned alter the sessions which put

inj leamsters in tne national spot spotlight.
light. spotlight. If the McClellan Committee has
decided which union will be ieatur-

ed in '58, Committee members and

cniet counsel Hobert Kennedy are
not saying. Although probers have
been digging into some sets of u u-nion
nion u-nion books for almost a year, the
mil stories have not yet been un unraveled.
raveled. unraveled. But there will be. hear hearings.
ings. hearings. The committee wants to prove
that Beck's bad boys are not the

on y corrupt ones. Adn it wants to
back up ns drive for new labor
laws especially for eovernment.

guaranteed democratic union elections.

The committee is convinced tnn

that the underworld has been orga,-

niicu insiue iaDor lor 10 years
That's the figure used. George
Meany, president of the AFL-CIO,
without whom there would be no
merged convention this week, is of
the same .mind. Make no mistake
about this. Meany is the. man who
singlehandedly is keeping all war warring
ring warring factions together.

DAILYnJASIIIKGTb;jA
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IWASHINGTON .Regardless & only l.roonthi later that "'m

whetner resident JCtteuiiovker fuf .yve ,stro orougnt about mi

aeatn atr warm springs' on pru

aescrideu it., or an 'occiusjou (,:

a smail. branta ot- tne f cerebri
vessel", as the Wnite nouse : oti
ioi oesenbeu it, tne meuicat conl
iensus-1 that, ne rsuuered'
minor' way .what Koourow Wit

son suffered in a maior wav

Ike's atroke or 'airoeiet'ilafalso:

similar to the am ail stroites -suiitif

ea the Jate r ranlum KooseyeltJ coagulant designed to prevent

NIA STic7 lac, ..

With the spectre of the Senate
committee haunting the lobbies d
ine massive seaside hotels housing
uie ueiegates to the second bien biennial
nial biennial AFL.-CIO convention, there's
great pressure oa iueauy iu reverse
iiimset ana light the Senate probe.

Aucie la iii coaui e -iroiii uie nanu nanu-ul
ul nanu-ul oi couiiucaon trades cnieis,
ox Cuurau. mey wini a.i at 'moot
to Qpen up pq the government. To
Win mis piiin, uom are eveu willing

to; settle ail other reported ieutis

wim tne oid uiu unions.

Walter

NEW YORK HEARTBEAT

Winchell h New York

There is Dressnre nn r.snroo

Meany ironi nouesi iaDor cmeii.

I ioo. most outspoken and influential

amnni inptp .c ui .......

o u uajca, CUU'

"You show me a refugee from fercy s parallel ana i n inaeea snow iuni o me finical rrauuees L.om

vot( a "Zonicus Sheepicus" who truly "ain't never had it so good.
VtV hd best be grateful that these refugees are few and that there
are still a few "Vosburgh's" around who aren't afraid to speak up.
Percy, please don't tsll, me that there are seven million Amer Amer-i"fts
i"fts Amer-i"fts iasking in your version of "American living.'" I am aware of
it And my heart bleeds for them. Not too much though, as there are
stMl several hundred thousand square miles of U.S. territory (Zone
cx&uded) where your parallel is pointless.
-I return the soap box.
" Horace

OLD ARMY LINE
in
Jj Just a few lines to enlighten "Disillusioned G.I." (Mail Box, Dec.
1) as to the meaning of the word "Rap."
-jThis expression first came into use during World War I when
tht soldiers were nicknamed "Wrappies" because of the wrap-around
leggings used in those days. However, the nickname "Doughboy"
waj the most common nickname used in that era and the term
"Wrappie" faded away.
I hJve no idea how the expression came to be used in the Canal
Zoe but it has been changed slightly and shortened to "Rap" which
translated means lowly dogface. It seems to be exclusively a Canal
Zone expression as I never encountered it anywhere else during my
thre years in the Army nor have any other G.I.'s that I know. So if

any of you G.I. s stationed here hear yourselves referred to as Raps
slfci'f tViinlr tff minutA that vmi'ro VkAirtfT iAmnlimonrA TTav fmm

UJU l lllUlfV Lfl VSAC Iilinvsvei i V j vu A V -V- 11 jn lin,iivu, x a A oil'
it, JM-other!.
Ex-Rap

Celebs About Town: Gloria Van-

derbiit sashaying into "Long

Day's Journey in long, flowing
velvet opera robe. . .Champion

Carmen Basilio in Lindy s, wuere

the hip showbiz set tailed to rec

ognize him. .Katharine Cornell

nibbling while script reading at

Gaston's. .The Hal Marches, Red

Buttons, the Phil Silvers andoth:

er swellebs, ringsidmg at Milton

Berle s Latin Quarter show. ..,

George DeWitt. who says he nev

er steals other fellas' girls, won.

denng who sent him a get sicK

card- .Lionel Hampton, who

sails Dec. 12 on his biggest

global tour, will be honored by
seven governments for his good
willmanship. ,"My Fair Lady"
leading-lady Julie Andrews, the
only girl wearing a cloth coat in

a crowd of .women wearing lurs

Sallies In Our Albty: Last night
some starlets were panning dear

unuee auu ueau ox uie w,uw mem- little Jayne Mansiield, again One

Travel Talk

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iiisis., naci uai.ea uiooKs. iut ne

a. so sees me al,-ciu uie u

moil oi union liquidatig itseif

u it continues to tAei euure u

iiions. ne inaoe uie point tne other
aay tnat uie &eiiate Commuiee
iii-.o exposeu "iess man 30 men

ni tne iauor movement wno have
oeea accused o violating tne nau nau-ciary
ciary nau-ciary trust imposeu oy uieir otiice
tui iceiing is mat tne current

expuisiuu WiU cui at least 2,uuu, 2,uuu,-uou
uou 2,uuu,-uou meiuoei's oui of uie reaerauou.
Ana uiat with .uruier hearings sc
uuiea next year, laoor's ingn com-

inauu may be selling a pattern

wiucn vvuuio. .01 ct ue exclusion

oi mil.ions more.

Furthermore, he is saying that

new government regulations would
oe as uangerous as any ouier eie-

uieiu anetang labor, he has refer

red to some oi uie government re

gulations oeing proposed as the

oegmnings Oi Mascism."

xnere is a miciaie group, made

up oi small unions wich just was
no fight at alt. nut iiieany, and
tuose around him vho have been
responsible for the writing ot a
new coue of ethics, are aoiug more
than standing firm lor a complete
cleanup. Xhey are preparing lor

new battles.

ihere is evidence of this in ah
unprecedented 200 page volume

wmco contains withm a single set.
ot covers the lull story of the cor corruption
ruption corruption and ot disciplined and sus
pended unions. This is part of the
xec,utive Council's report, which

itself de.ends what its critics have
called 'retroactivity.' That means
punishing unions tor what was done
oe.ore the merger of the AFL-CIO
into a new single federation.
4B
There is also new and clear sup support
port support of the AFL-CIO high com command's
mand's command's policy of demanding the
ouster of those who take the Fifth
Amendment.
Out of all this comes one certain certainly
ly certainly for the first time in history:
labo has a central, respected lead leader
er leader George Mear- and he will
not be moved.

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envious cat meow'd: "She's get

ting too big for her swedda!' .
Another alleged that Jayne exag
gerates her measurements, etc.

. ."Oh, cut it out, kids," defend

ed Jackie Kannon, "stop stabbing
her in the iront!". .Over at the

Press Box Henry Castello told of
the badly beaten up boxer. After

his worst round, his manager

comforted: "Just be glad you

don't have to watch it!

Memos of a Midrtighter: Don't

invite Maureen O'Hara and Bob

Hope to the same poddy. M u-

reen's still rriifxt about the gags.
. .The Rudy Schirmers (he's the

music clan heir, sne's Countess

Marenzi) will have it Renotarized.

Many RCA execs are having

their options dropped. .Ex-champ

J. Louis next job will be at Hu

bert's Museum on 42nd Street.

Salary: $1,000 per. The "show" is

a lime classier tnan tne fie a cir

cus. .Jack Paar is now a full-

fledged member of our exclusive

club for folks who mispernounce

woids. Jack pernounced "Eggzi-

ma" like diss: "Ex zee ma."

(Sech iggirince$). . .Performers

are really crymg the blues. Very

little work around. Even for. folks

with reps. .Good Housekeeping

paid Betty Smith $18,000 to serial

ize her next book, "Maggie Now"

.Be sure and invite Morton Da

in "Auntie Mame") to your party

He loves to shock pipple by sud

denly unveums his annendix scar.

. .Comdr. Michael Parker, Prince

Philip's ex-secy, due in IM.Y. Ex Expects
pects Expects to work here.
, Telegram from Ben H e e h t,
playwright: "Net to : accuse or
complain but to keep record
St r Sight. Just read your salute: to
a line in a Yjp Harburg lyric' in
'Jamaica' (Love Is A Long. Good Goodbye).
bye). Goodbye). You called It Broadway li

terature. Pour years ago t wrolw

a song for a movie. The song's ti

tle was 'Love Is A Long Good

bye.' Th second line goes: 'each

kiss Is one kiss nearer the end.

Hnry Hathaway bought the movie

end changed the title ("5 unset

Love') to 'Love Is A Long Good

bye' and will produce ct under

that title. When this happens

please don t eccuw us of robbing

Yip rlfrburg." "
Stage Entrance: Playwright .p.

S. Kaufman and his ex wife, ac

tress Leueen McGrath, together-

ed the final pert of "Mary
Stuart" at the Phoenix Theater.

.Ballerina Beverly Sims. Tha A-

merican Ballet soloist, weds agent

Steve Yates Christmas Eve. .0

ver a dozen babies have been

born to members of the. "Ll'l Ab-

ner" hit since the premiere. .. .

Florence Ann Mack, dghtr of ,a
cola ex-Pres., and Ensign John
Thomas merge Dec'. 14. .Don't

invite starlet Lort Nelson and new

actor Bob Evans to the same
fete, unless you enjoy pneumonia.
. .Mary Martin and husband
Richard rlallidsy own eleven
homes. They are scattered around

California, Connecticut and Brazil.

.From Critic Atkinson's Sabbath

piece: "comes closest in captur

tng the vivacity and chiaroscuro

of farce actinc" . ..Mr. A., dear

dopes, means "light and shade."

( Jes' Call Me Perfessa.)

Hollywood Lightningi Carmen

Phillips, a Chicago brunette with

Eaby-iBlues, has been among the
Broadway hopefuls for the past 3

years. .She took aimost any as

signment to "stay in rhow busi

ness until her Cloud eyen came

along. .We first met her beauty

in a Baltimore caoaret, wnere

she was the standout among oth

er lovelies. ..You prob'ly were en

tertained by her midnight hair

at New York's Latin -Quarter and
more recently at the Vegas plac places.
es. places. .One day last week Carmen
and her attractive mother landed
id Los Angeles, where they hop hoped
ed hoped if anything happened it would
happen quickly. .Because they
didn't have enough; ammunition to
make it a long war. . .Carmen
took; the bus from downtown Los
Angeles; seven miles out to 20th
Century-Fox in Beverly-Hills.

Ben Bard, the first executive to

see her. took one look. .Hedv

baMarr, Elizabeth: layior, ; Vivien

Leigh. .When-they were kids like

Carmen Phillips. .She starts at

20th's school Jan. 4th.

. YiuQdrow ; Vvilsou, rwnile caiiipa

ismns lor the Lmteu aitatea. suf-

lerea a "massive stroke,", was con con-lined
lined con-lined to beu ana a wheel chair dur during
ing during tha ; remainder of his .- term,

wane soveinmeut Dullness, lnciuu-

ing -vital, decisions pertaining i to
the peace ,ot the. world, were, left

undecided.: ;;m '

Private doctors specializing -in

vascular"-disease and studying the

reports of tne White House agree
that, the President's., ailment i.nf

not naye to serious. But at his

age, they; also 'agree that chacv
ot 'a recurrent' ,. stroke are almost
100 t.:l.-. '; ,': J-. -
' Three developments an take
plaee in4he- body of a man sul sul-lering
lering sul-lering .. fronts vascular diaease,
whicn nas seen Ike'i prooiem
for some lime: :'M ., 1 v :
I. Ue can suffer an embolism,
or clot, in part oi, the booy, which
becomes lodged someplace else.'

This, rarely todges "in the brain
and was not the ease with the Pre

sident.

2. He can stfffer.a hemorrhaee.

which again ia rare In the brain
except in the. case of peonie with

high blood pressure. Eisenhower

st one time suffered from high
blood pressure, but in recent years

his doctors say he has overcome
this. .... i ; 'r;-...' : : :"
a. There can be a blood clot in
a blood vessel in the brain. This
is common and ia what afflicted
the President last month. A blood
clot usually forms where -the in inner,
ner, inner, surface -of. a vessel ,is rough.
People sometimes awaken In the
morning with such a7. clot, or are
striken during" the day. It usually
comes on slowly and is 'not dra dramatic.
matic. dramatic. This ia the, base with the
President.
y- F, D. R.'S 'STROKES

With areful treatment and rtst,

it, -LOW.. fr ', .r'-V
'Note:- "Medical experts' ,say that!
the mQst worrisome factor in Pre v
sident ; Elsenhower's slight 'stroke) n
i- that i ia occurred despite theri
fact that he was receiving the bes$&

attention medical science could
give him ,m the year 1957, tend'3"

tnat ne was on nisumaroi, an antt

blood-clotting which causes stroke ".'

flK?'S FRANKNESS ON HEALTJt

President Eisenhower himself ."
has been franker than anyone a1"
round him regarding the hazards
of health in the presidency. Here,;
is the record of what ha has said 'h
both in public and in private. a,;.-.
1. Jn 'May, 1955, Eisenhower toldbt
Sen.-Georsre Bender of Ohio that, j

If her ran again he would be th"
only president to reach the ad

iof 70 in the White House. And'htf
warned .about the erosion on th

health. of any president. V ? 1 f
2. In September, 1955, as, Repub Republican
lican Republican state leaders gathered iat
Denver, s the President' told them 1

that they could not pin their future

on-ione"' man. v.;- :-m
.3. When he came back from'hiJ1"

heart attack, Eisenhower told new"a
men at Key West: Fla.i that ft1'

would be wrong for him to rurt
again unless he had a good chance'
of serving out a aecond term, be-,,"
Cause "'it is a very, critical thing
t change governments rin ; ; thii
country at a time when it'ai unex,
pected.' ., :
A. At his lirst .White House presa..
conference after the heart attack'
he-warned:: "It.swould bedle to,;
pretend that my.. health can he,
wholly restored to the excellensA
atatrin which. the doctors believed,;!
It- to:b In mid-September... My"
future life must be tarefolly regun i
lated.ta avoid excessive fatigue.'!
' WASHINGTON PIPELINE -3
The Navy has requested funds
to launch, a satellite from, the Nort.u
Pole. This would iollow aptiroxinf
ly the lame orbit, as the Russiaa.;.
sputniks. Our other satellites will'1"
be launched from Cape Canaveral
and will, orbit, around the'equatdr..

-''' Broadway Bs; Thersey aetrest

aneneo Nortn, whose divorce from
Bud Freeman just became final,
Will marry again in 'St. ... The
lucky fella?. .Bud Freeman.
Joan Collins' Thanksiving dinner:'
Skim milk, Trying to shelve ten
lbs. In five days. Silreh girl. .Jo-

ni James was booked in the fast

est return, date yet at thu Miami
Beach Americena. .The dis't at

torney's office plans starting' a

new probe of abortioneers. They
an calling women who've had

"mlsc" operations for ejueetioning.
. .The Setevepost U readying an
essay on Gisolegent MacKensie.

She says all the lads linked with
her to date "aint the one," but

hopes fhe colyums won't let that

bar her name from printer's ink.

, .Wise, guy, eh?

Curtain Calls: Dorothy kollins'
I Want It To Be Right". .Art

Linkletter's "Kids Say Jhe .Darn-

dest Things" book. Fastest seller

in Prentice-Hall history, ; topping

even "Power of Positive Think Thinking".
ing". Thinking". .Norma Douglas' talent at
the 88 on the Merv Griffin ABC
Radio Show. ; i.Redhook's' Decem

ber cover story: ."How Good Mu

sic Is Kept Off the Air." A scorch:

er.

B'way: The Street that takes on

all comers. And is seldom licked.

very depending unon the size of

the'clet. V '."" r .'
ActuaUy-the clot' never disan-

pears., The blood vessel is closed

off by natur, and nature then com

pensates ior the loss of this vessel

by opening other channels.

The .significant factor In the

President's case is his see. If he

were younger, thet-elot would mean"
very little. But at the age of 6T

au specialists agree mat chance

or. a-recurrence is high.
They .point out-that the late F.

D -Roosevelt suffered several

strokes during the latter nart of

nis term in tpe White House, one
In the summer' of 1944 when he
took a cruise to Alaska to recover

from it: another when he was re

turning from Yalta.'

On each occasion Roosevelt's
speech was slightly impaired, and

the public noticed he had some
difficulty with his enunciation dur during
ing during his address to the nation foK
lowing his return from 'Yalta:

White House aides at that time

explained this resulted from a

new "set of false teeth.

Actually., thei President had suf

fered: a slight stroke, and it was

the .-pasnis.djsappear. with rrecd-ilwelve photoraphers -armed with

movie and still cameras.' are keenJ"''

ing constant watch on our verv i

important 'missile testing center
at Cane Canaveral. Their are nnf

Russian spies. They are American
news photographers, 'assigned to 10
sneak pictures ,of our missile tsts..'?
Secretary Dulles ha flatly reject-""
ed.an Egyptlah reouest to unfree "":
the 4rniUftfn tT'Eevntlirn assets w fl

held in'thi .countf y" At the same:'s V-

ttmeJjuiiei has sent 600.000 in.tZ
American aid money to E?ypt to
help Egyptian rural deveipment.1.,
(Looks like Dulles's left hand dcf-C
not know, what the right- hand isV
doing.) 1

Germans it matadors "";
BONN; Germany (VT.)'-W 1 1 -German,
force will be equippeo!,
with American. "Matador" ground-

to ground missiles, capable pt
striking more than 800 milea Infjj
Cimmunist territory, Defense Minjs,
tstry officials said today. They0l'
Maid it is planned to set up two

-Matador" squadrons tmner Luftf
waffe control. Only U.S. forces fai --

Germany now have,; the Matadors.,,,

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By DICK KLEINER

NEW YORK (NEA) during tht
vear 1957. Taddl KilU teiriMd th

secret.,-And, with that knowledge

sh gone on to .. pecome one u.
the. fastest rising fingerf in the

record Dusiness as wiiness- net

newst RCA disc. 'fEvery Wo

man '.'

Tne'secret is bow to plefase both
the jazat. fans and. the straight pop

tans, ine anwer, reacu says, u w
try. to .please neither to sing
just as she's always sung, and
what comes out seems to please

This might appear obvious, but

tow many singers make i Dig pro

duction out or it. xi, wee Teacu,
they are. known as Jazz singers,
theV try dod rones with a definite

swbetening of their style. And vice

vewa. But Teddl is different.

She started out singing around
he -native Boston the way she felt
lik. sinaine; almost from the be

ginning this style seemed to attract

jazz fans. Musicans liked the wayi

sne wrapped her voice around
a song. So she got to be known
as j a fazz singer and later, when
she was discovered by George
Shearing and became his protegee
and vocalist, she was categorized
strictly as a jazz artist.
But, like many singers, she

wanted to branch out, broaden her
horizons make more money, in
other words. And there'.s more mo money
ney money to be made in the pop field.
So'she set out to get known as a
pop artist.
"I'm not trying to get away from.
jazV' say little Teddi. "Nor have
I deserted it. I'm singinr the same'
as 1 always have. The accompani
ment may be different, but I am

1L- 8 1 e same n a jazz
rotfni of a shophisticated supper

i unen sipg me same
songs in each kind otf rnnm" ?

Nowadays, she accepts few book bookings
ings bookings in jazz rooms. She wants to

ci csiituusnea in ine pop field

xms wny she's been accused
of "deserting jazz, but she inists

mai isirt so.

reodi' still iveS in' Boston, but

n5 on ine road so much she
spent exactly 20 days home in the
past six months that, she's about
to move to New York. Then maybe
she'll have a chance to indulge a
dream-she wants to study art.
Ted t0 d cverything'"' sayg
Qyer the- years, the album end
pf -the1 record, business has been
the :steady rock,- financially, for
Vmijor comPanies- Pit singles

"z- ana iar netween, but

if 4

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George ghearinr! Teddl King
" .. .! . ..'-.
"This is My Lucky Day" (Guy pas

tor, Roulette).
i Harold Arlen's" score for "Ja "Jamaica"
maica" "Jamaica" is not up to his usual stand

ard, but Lena Home s presence

makes this newest Broadway show

album worth listening to ledum

bia): you can heat the "Jamaica"

songs iazzed tin b pianist Cy Cole

man' and his group (Jubille); other
show albums are the fine new

Mary Martin-John Raitt "Annie

Get Your Gun" (Capitol); the
"Pal Joey" score, doiie by Bobby

Sherwood and his orchestra (Ju

bilee) and by assorted artists like

Martha Tilton and Marilyn Max Maxwell
well Maxwell (Tops).

Three fine violinists at work on

new releases Isaac Stern, with
Ormandy and the Philadelphia Or

chestra, plays Wieniawski's Con Concerto
certo Concerto No. 2, Saint-Seans' Introduc

tion and Rondo Capriccioso and
Ravel's Tzigane' (Columbia); Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Grumiaux plays the same
Saint-Saens music, plus that com composer's
poser's composer's Concrete No. 3 and Hava Hava-naise
naise Hava-naise (Epic); Heifets, dilating with
violaist Primrose, plays Mozart's
Symphohie Concertante in E-Flat
and Benjamin's Romantic Fanta Fantasy
sy Fantasy (RCA).

in the patio of the Balboa

Grade School Is one of the few

"town-and-gown" productions
for this community. The plan of
combining the best available tal talent
ent talent from the community with

the talent receiving training at

the present time in college class

es is extremely w i a espreaa
throughout the United States.

"The Messiah" wiil be present

ed by the Community Chorus of
adults from the Extension Divi Division
sion Division of the canal zone Junior
College, assisted by members of
the college Chorus of students
enrolled for academic credit In
the regular day classes of the
local college. Both groups are
under the" direction of Neil V.
Branstetter, who holds the dual
position of Supervisor of Music
for the. Canal Zone Schools and

Director of Music for the canal)

Zone Junior college.

The entire1 Part I of the orato
rio. which work has become sy

nonomous y with the Christmas

season throughout the English

speaking world, will be given
with f ouf adults 'as soloists. Ad Admission
mission Admission is free to- adults, and to

children who are accompanied

by adults.

Students from the college

classes in Secretarial Training

have done the work connected

with Dreparine the ; programs

while students from the Class in
Dramatics are in charge of the

lighting. Still other students will
be usherjs for the annual per performance
formance performance of Handel's "Messiah"

as a joint college-community af
fair.

. CENTRAL. AMERICA'S LEADING JEWELERS
Christmas Gift Values planned to make this Christmas
Merrier for you, because our prices are way below
those in U.S.A.

if 1 the. fomoanv ihxt. kui finjna&i

V bunA business ,didn't carealbums
would keep on selling, over a pe
riool of up to 10 years. 5
That's changing now.-As more
and, more companies put out more
0$. more albums, this end pf the
v, siness is becoming more like
the pop single field. There are hit
albums; there are flop albums;
thereare few Albums that sell, well
ior much over a year.
And there!, as much pirating of
ideas in albums as there's always
been in singles. Companies Copy
each other's cover ideas, title i-
it formats. gimmicks.
Albums are no longer steady
- now they'r33 1-3 RPM
roTftg stones.

i StS copying albums, Rou Rou-iet
iet Rou-iet has a big seller currently in
the Milton Berle Alburn, "Songs
My Mother Loved." So along comes
JonsIames-- with th announemeflt
hef, next album will be Italian
sortgs she learned from herfather
TTK 'i 1! be, sub-Utled "Songs
M Father loved."
j?ICK'S PICKS: Thirteen-year'
old Sharon Strauss has a happy
new song called "Blue Jean Blues"
(Target). Others: "Why Can't
Remember (Sonny
James, Capitol); "the Next -Time
AWund" (Sarah Vaughan, Mer Mercury);
cury); Mercury); "A Whlstlin' Kind OS tune"
(Hfenri Rene. RCA): "Thej Middle

Of -Love" (Blossom Dearie, Verve )cf
"Bagda'd Express" ('David.evelle,

wpenyj; "ine invisible f Boy

(Ls Baxter, Capitol); "Flip-Flop";

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Silver enameled bracelets from France
Modern "Skywing" watch for boys .
Musical alarm clocks
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4 light silverplated candelabra

Silverplated bread trays
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CAY THRON4S ATTEND COLORFUL FLOWER SHOW;
FIRST LADY CUTS RIBBON TO OPEN FESTIVITIES
Calyr...l l.di.s .nd their seorrt, 9 JcTm,
erowo i or 2,000 Uthmi.n., rt,ronBtd th Bilbo. YMCA-USO lat
ni9h i Htnt: colorto. Flower Show which merked completion of
io.u Governor nd Mr. William E- Potter officially operi.
ad fativltiv wl! Jr. Fir Ladv cut a ribbon adrnirtinB the public
t one ef the moit glamorous event of the pre-hol.d.y MatMi.
The Covernar nd hi wife were greeted by Mri. Pa Morgan,
marnbem of the fiawer arrangemtnt passes and their pecial goettt,
vltitin membei t of the Garden Club of Medellin and Bogota, Co.
tombia

J PfUr to the vicmu$ of the
tfahow member ot ihi; washes met j Mr. And Mrs.

wtlh theiv special guests at I p.m.
;;;t which iims Judse u"iiie
"Crowe, chau man oi ihe Committee

"of ManaKemeut ot the ,X .. pre

!m aided. He xpi:essed ileasuie

T the unusual beaury of the
' rangeraents. and appreciation

..- i tin hours oi inbirucuui.

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Mcllhenny

Riiturn From vacation

Mr, and iWrs. I. Mcllhenny
of Diablo Heights arrived at To To-cumen
cumen To-cumen last: night via Bramif aft after
er after a vacation spent iu the United

States-. The Mcllhennys left the.

Isthmus in Qctober by U n i t e J
Fruit ship.
They visited in California with,
iheir youngest son David, who is
in uava) service, inere, and alio'

. with friends. By train they went

study represented, -Mrs'. Morgan
then announced tbu winners in
each category, and Jude Crowe

presenieu prizes hi rhiciB nd Cleveland, whefe

l U :, iiuflrit ...

Winners in Class i

First, Mrs C. d Arosemena;
!i third. Ileana 'd"e 'Roy: honorable
mention, Lueiile Kinler.
" Winners in Class U, fruits and
Vegetables: First. Mrs. Hammer
took- second, Mr Philbert Al Al-.'
.' Al-.' phonse; third, jEliiabeth Woolen,
' honorabia mention, Elsa Crooks.
Winners to Class HI, Dried and
Exotic: FiMl.. Elaine Barnes; sec-
ond Mrs. Walter KillHae; third,

ejeH UUJIIt uuuuiauic "1,,UVHI
; Shirley Clymer.
Judge were Mrs. Jean Karen,
' Mrs. Hortensia'Alfarb de- Alemarr
and Lt. Col. David C. Burke.
1 Christmas arrangements were a
special seasonal feature of the
' snow and visitors had an oppor oppor-;
; oppor-; tunity to gam new ideas for home
decorations.
Members of the Cardenas Gar Garden
den Garden Club assisted in many ways,
; helping to make the show suc suc-.
. suc-. cessful. ...

Costa Rica Ambassador
Honored At Luncheon
Mr. and Mrs. Francis -A. Rei Rei-mann
mann Rei-mann of Curundu gave a lunch lunch-con
con lunch-con Sunday at their home in hon honor
or honor of Costa Rica Ambassador Car Carlos
los Carlos de la Espriella -and -Mrs. Es Es-priella
priella Es-priella who are leaving soon for
their new post -in- Mexico Gity.
Other guests included Capt. and
Mrs. George Hudson- of- Balboa
.and Mrs. Lola Florets from Los
Angeles, Callforntjr. Other friends
visited the Reimann quarters lat later
er later to bid the Espriellas au revoir.

Mr. and Mrs. Ian Henderson,
British Community
Honor Guosts At Luncheon
'British Ambassador to Panama
and Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson
and members of the British com community
munity community here were honored Sunday
at a luncheon held in the Fern
Room of the -Tivoli Guest House.
Bishop R. Heber Gooden and
Mrs. Gooden and Dean and Mrs.
Alaincrt J. Peterson of the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. Lpke were hosts at the
affair given on the occasion of the
presentation of the British flag to
the Cathedral. Others present
were:
( apt. and -Mrs. Clifford Payne,
Mr. and Mrs. A.E.B. Rimmington,
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Kelly, Mr.
and Mts. Fred Denton, Mr and
Mrs. John Mayles. Miss De Witt,
Btr. and Mrs. S. K. Lines, Mrs.
Guillemin, Rev. and Mrs. John
W. Towiisend, Rev. and Mrs. A.
W. Stuhl and Rev. and Mrs. Sam
Walden.
Visitors Arrive Htm
From North Carolina
Mrs. Abbie de Linares has : as
her guests at her country home in
Gorgon a Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bar Bar-ham
ham Bar-ham of Lincblnton, North Caroli Carolina.
na. Carolina. Mr. Barbam, who was sta stationed
tioned stationed at Ft. Clayton during
World War II, now is with the
Southern Bell Telephone Company.

they visited reiativeb and friends,
and then journeyed to Oak Ridge,
Tennessee, where their son and
dauehter-iii-Law. Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Mcllhenny make their.

home.
Their final visit was with their,
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. William Mcllhenny of Lake.

JacksoD, Texas, and their first

grandchild.
Dwight A. McKabney
Leaving Tomorrow.
Dwight A. McKabney, of th th-Panama
Panama th-Panama Canal Co.'s General Coun Counsel
sel Counsel Office, is leaving tomorrow
on holiday. During part of his va
cation he will be the house guest
of "Mr. and Mrs. William Forbis

of Irvington-on-Hudson, New York.

Mr. Forbis, who ts an associate.

editor of Time Magazine, and

Mrs. Forbis are former residents
of the Isthmus and have a wide
circle of friends here.
Canal Pilots, Wives
Hold Dinner Dance
At El Panama Hilton
The annual dinner dance of the
Canal Zone Pilots' Association was
held Saturday evening in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Room of the Hotel El Pana Panama
ma Panama Hilton.
Among the distinguished guests
attendina the affair .were M r s.

Leonor K. Sullivan (D-Mo.), chair

man of the House Merchant Ma

rine and Fisheries subcommittee
on Panama Canal Affairs; Rep.
(R-Cal.) and Mrs. John J. Allen
Jr., Rep. (R-Cal.) and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Maillard, Rep. (D-N.V.) and
Mrs. Alfredo Santan'gelo, Rep. (R (R-N.J.)
N.J.) (R-N.J.) and Mrs. Vincent Delloy,
Rep. (R-Mich.) and Mrs. Robert
Mcintosh, Mr. W. Bernard Win Win-field,
field, Win-field, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
B. Holsteain.
The Balboa Room was decorat

ed with the 'Battleaxe Flag show

ing that women were aboard and
robably flown for th first time in
Panama, and the Pilot's Flaga nd

the long Outlet table was aecor

ated with tee sculpture
the initials CZPA.

Dancing was enjoyed to the ex excellent
cellent excellent music of Hans Janowitz'

orchestra, with Prof. Janowitz at

the organ. One hundred and thir thirty
ty thirty members and guests attended.
Captain H. T. Longmore, presi president
dent president of the Canal Zone Pilot's As

sociation, greeted the guests and

presented them to the receiving

line.
The James O'Reurkes
Welcome Second Sen

Mr. and Mrs. James O'Rourke

of Curundu Heights announced the
birth of their second son at Gor-

gas Hospital on Sunday.

Maternal grandparents are Judge

and Mrs. E. I. P. Tatelman of

Margarita, and the paternal grand grandmother
mother grandmother is Mrs. Lucy O'Rouke of

Washington, Pennsylvania.

Usht Chilfdn Pie Uses

Candied Fruits And Nuts

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IAWC Colon Unit
To Hold Eggnog
rrry This Evening
The Colon Unit of the Inter-American
Woman's Club will hold
a Christmas eggnog party this
evening between 7 nd 9 o'clock
at tne Fort Guiick Club. -There
will be a charge of fifty cents for
guests; Members will be request requested
ed requested to show their membership
card at the door..
' At this time members are re reminded
minded reminded to bring their gifts for the
children's Christinas party to be
held at Puerto Piloii. The chil children
dren children are between the ages of sev seven
en seven and thirteen.
Stevens-Abreu Wadding
Solemnized In California
. .Mr. arui.Mrs. Albert B. Abreau
of Balboa announce the marriage
of their tiaughter, Marilyn Londo,

to Mr. James .F.: Stevens on ov.

30. A private wedding ceremony
was performed by the Rev. Cecil
Hoffman and was attended by rel relatives
atives relatives of the bride.

A wedding reception was given
bv Mr. and Mrs. J. Robley Jann-

sea and Miss Mavis Jannsen, for former
mer former roommate oi the bride, at
their home in Glendale, Califor

nia.

Mjs: Stevens is a graduate of

Balboa High School, Class of '54.

ane auenueu me university ui -. i.-.

California m Los Angeles for Vu 'T T...

three years and was selected by

the Physical Therapy Department

at Children's Hospital, which is af affiliated
filiated affiliated wi(h be University of Cal California,
ifornia, California, to complete her Senior
year.

ntTlt rTM Fimpr fi 1 tWespoon (1 en-
SLf' MLMr&u ?1L B: veloe) unflavored. gefatin, 1 1-2

" ; chr cups reUquilied instant noniat ary
graduate of Balboa. High School, crystals (according pack
Class of 55 and is now a Junior Hirprtinnsl 2 cess beaten beaten-at
at beaten-at the Uhivwsity of Southern C.l-cj3 miruitsT w
if ornia,. majoring in aeronauUcal icun chmBeA walnuts. 2 1-2 -cups

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wlthfruits and nuts, la made from dry milk crystals.
By GAYNOR MEDDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

Light in texture and light in

calories, here's a novel tutti-frutti
chifon pie.

It's made with whipped instant

(pure

milk solids that have had all the

butterfat removed), mixed candi candied
ed candied fruits and nuts. Sound festive?
Tuttl-Fruttl Chiffon Pie
(9-inch tingle crust pie)

One quarter cup sugar,. 1-2

Engineering.

The couple will reside, at 111

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AHKC1CS 9, IsBUlUlUia, UJCU
college educations are completed.

DAR Chapter To Hold
Birthday-Christmas N
Luncheon on Saturday
The Panama Canal Chapter,
Daughters of the American Revo Revolution,
lution, Revolution, will hold a birthday-Christmas
. luncheon in the. Gar d a ft
Room of the Tivo'li Guest House
next Saturday at 12:30. The Chap Chapter
ter Chapter was .organized Dec. 14, 1925.
Following the luncheon a business
meeting will take place.

Members are ureed to brine

guests, and all ladies on the Isth-

must eligible to belong to the
DAR, as well as members of oth other
er other chapters, are cordially invited

to attend."

Reservation may be made by
telephoning the Regent,. Mrs. Jens
Nrlsen, Balboa 3612, or the Regis

trar, Mrs, Maenner B. Hugg, Bal

boa 1231, not later than Thurs

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Let's get on with it like Ameri Americans.",.,
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Dabney, president 6 the Ameri American
can American Society of .Newspaper' Editors
and editor of the Richmond Times Times-Dispatch,
Dispatch, Times-Dispatch, urging that last week's
failure not cause a restriction of

information on future satellite

launching attempts i
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emphasis might have been given

by our outciais to tne experimen experimental
tal experimental and preliminary character of
our attempted launching of a

grapefruit-sued ball."

LONDON Georgp F. JCennan,'

former U.S. ambassador to Russia
and Democratic State Department
policy planner, on the present-situation
in the Middle East:
"Short of -the entry of Soviet

troops Into this area, there is noth

ing that could happen mere mat
would be worth the cost of a war."
OSLO, Norway Lester Pear Pearson,
son, Pearson, Canada's external affairs
minister Vntil a recent change in
government, asked if he would be
interested in participating in the
forthcomms NATO conference:

"No, I would not, as a Canadian
Adlai Stevenson."
DARTFORD, England" The
Rev. Peter Churton Collins,
launching a campaign against
Santa Clans in his Church of Eng.
land parish magazine:
"Go home, Santa. Go back to
where you came from the North
Pole of the never never land. We

don't need Santa Claus. He is re

dundant. Christ alone makes

Christmas."

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dren:
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US Orders Hall
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To Yugoslavia

WASHINGTON, Dec. 10 (UP)
Tho United States has ordered a

halt to military aid to Communist

Yugoslavia at ,the request ot. mar marshal
shal marshal Tito, officials said tody.
They confirmed reports from
Belgrade that Tito had decided
nnif anrentine V. S.. military

aid because of what he regarded
as "irritants." t t'a
It was understood he objected
to frequent "reappraisals" of the
program ordered by the American

government.
Officials here declined to say
whether they feared that Yugo Yugoslavia
slavia Yugoslavia would now move closer' to
Moscow and take arms from the

Soviet Union. Tito was said to

have rejected such an offer re

cently.
The United States began sending
aid to the Tito regime after Yugo

slavia broke with the Kremlin

some years back and hecame tne

first Communist country to pull

out ot tne soviet orou.
In recent months, Tito has re
sumed relations with the Soviet

ffovernment. Officials said a re

appraisal of aid to Yugoslavia

started a few weeks ago in re

sponse to political pressure on the

administration against giving

arms to a Communist country.
Thev emphasized that the pro

gram of economic aid to Yugo

slavia, which has been running
about 100 million dollars a year,
was continuing.
These sources also said the mil military
itary military aid for all practicaj pur purposes
poses purposes was about to end before
Tito took his stand.
He requested a halt in the ship shipments
ments shipments at a Dec. 6 meeting with
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SSuI: Q&JESm r.cBmonv fflt'tobSToilcetUon.- Above. Darden reads the certificate to the assembled police officials from-both sides

twrrthteiu'and Tffuards front th Cristobal police District. From left to right are Detective Sgt. C. S., Smith, Detective Lt. R.. J. ?TOenccpi. b.

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inaonesisns

In Trying

Accuse Dutch Captains Of Crime

To

Sa

ve

Th

eir

Ship

from

Seizure

Thir' WbI' fly thni of
feed thrtgt. :.Th influential
Timet of lndonei ixprettect
fear the island republitf might be
"marooned" $ a reiolt of the
anti-Dutch campaign which has
Included seizure of thee dutch dutch-owned
owned dutch-owned banks, the principal ship,
ping line and other large busi business
ness business enterprises.
Rut several more bosiness were

S tfflten ';ver today b? Employes, in-

v eluding the Bosruny export-import

. ten, one of tne "big live in ja ja-!
! ja-! ,jrta. 1 ., I
hfllie latest steps In the cam-
tltgn, growing outf of Indonesian
' demands for controUof Dutch New
! fctffnea, followed mysterious ex ex-'
' ex-' plosion last night n ther army's
biggest ammunition dump at Ban Bandung.
dung. Bandung. Local reports there said sabotage
was suspected and that there prob--Uv.
were gome casualties.

The government announced that

there were nc-deaths. orciai in investigators
vestigators investigators discounted the reports
of sabotage and blamed heat gen generated
erated generated in piles of obsolete ammu ammunition.
nition. ammunition. f
Prkne Minister Djuanda stepped
personally into the property seiz seizure
ure seizure campaign..
Acting in bis dual capacity as
defense minister; helu$ the 600 to
700 Dutch plantations Under' gov government
ernment government supervision "for the sake

Kidney, Iransplanl
felicnl Crilical;
fnolher Twin Dies
BOSTON fUP) Deiores Huskey.
akJ4-year-old DeSoto Mo., girl
who received a kidney transplant
fm. her- twin, was reported in
optical condition today at Peter
Bent Brigham Hospital Where as as-oljier
oljier as-oljier transplant patient died Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. '.' v e i
Sbelores received healthy kid kidney
ney kidney -from, her twin, list Sept. 1
to replace one of her own mslfunc
tioning kidneys. It i was the fifth
such operation In liistory, but phy physicians
sicians physicians were not cftimistic of its
success.' i i
The sixth kidney- transplant op operation
eration operation ended in tragedy Sunday
morning when Jimmy Foster, 14,
of Pocatello,; Idaho, died- just 13
days a.ter he received a healthy
kidney ironr his twin Jerry. -1.
"l Mope others will not be disap disappointed
pointed disappointed by this experience," their
mother .said, "I would do it all
over again, i koowk that every everything
thing everything humanly possible was done
to tavc Jimmy.'! h -t

?eter-Bent Brigham surgeons
onginated kidney transplant surg surg-eis,
eis, surg-eis, only possible between identi identical
cal identical twins. Four other operations
have been successful. ' ;
Jerry Foster appealed to the
Massachusetts Supreme Court to
be allowed to (give one of his kid kidneys
neys kidneys t save his jrother's life. "He
' did this with the know edge that
hs could never stain play football,
!sive the tractor at the Foster
fa)-m, or reaUze his ambition to
become an Army officer."
JVhea told of Ins brotheiY death,
he wept io 'silence.

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SS2 JAKARTA Dec. 10 (VP)r- Government officials claimed here today that h captains of Ships of.he Dutch
8 KPM line who attempted to flee Indonesian waters were committing; a crime." ''?'..''
? Jakarfa's chief public prosecutor said the captains, Who attempt to take their Ships out of Indonesian Nvaters
S after the r Dutch interinsular shipping company was taken over by Indonesian employes, were subject-to prosecu prosecu-3
3 prosecu-3 tion and a possible four yar In jail.
2 He said evidence was presently being gathered to bring offenders to trial uncler the Indonesian penal code.
Sj ; F JCPiyi iwas one oith firt Dutch companies to be seized by its. native employes in the anti-Dutch campaign
over possession of West New Guinea.
f ro- The company's harbor facilities have been nV.ionalized. Ships have not been allowed to leave Company
officials directed more than 20 of the line'sf ships to Singapore and kept the others at at sea away from Indonesian

' The : Indonesisn goveriment has
I tint eiven exit visas to Dutch na-

' tionals ordered expelled in the-i4in4

ti-Dutch Campaign, it was reporiea

: in Singapore today. ;
fWfioinU of British Overseas Air-

.. wavt s Corooration (BOAC) said

j they had received a cable rom
i their office here to that effeet;

A BOAC plane sent to pick iip 50
! nmnloves of KLM Royal Dutch Air-

lines, ordered expelled from Indo

nesia, was expected to return irom
here empty. f : x
The plane left Singapore early
today with 50 members of a Balin Balin-J
J Balin-J ese dancing troupe, returning here
1 after a world tour. ',';

1 The Indonesian government seiz-

i ed control of all Dutcn-owneo
f plantations in an apparent attempt
J to check Dutch propertyjgrabs by

Indonesian workers groups.

of continued protection of impor importance
tance importance to the state."
The plantations contribute a

large share to the Indonesian econ

omy.
At the same tim,e the army and
the Bank of Indonesia took over
control of three Dutch banks
seized Saturday by workers wear wearing
ing wearing red armbands.
There was mountain worry a a-mong
mong a-mong Indonesians on the possi possible
ble possible effects of the campaign on
the economy. Paralysis of Dutch Dutch-owned
owned Dutch-owned coastal shipping threat threatened
ened threatened food shortages.
But workers continued to oust
Dutch businessmen. At Medan,
workers took over the Petodja Ice
Company despite a direct order
from the Indonesian district com commissioner
missioner commissioner not to do so.
The wave of seisures has cut
deeply jntft the $1,300,000,000 Dutch
financial Interest in Indonesia.
The Times Of Indonesia urged
the government, to bduce "ships
and planes from nearby countries
to come to the rescue;"
Already,- the crowd main Indo Indonesian
nesian Indonesian island of Java faced the
possibility of shortages in food and
other necessary goods unless ware warehouses
houses warehouses can be replenished soon.

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DISPUTED TERRITORY A uS.IGeneral Assembly. vote on v
November 29 rejected a Russian-backed Indonesian proposal tor
talks over who should rule an obscure island territory- called
West New Guinea by Ihe Dutch (See newsmap) and We5 Irian v
by the Indonesians. President Sukarno Is trying to rally his na nation
tion nation by blaming all troubles on the Dutch, who until 1949 ruled
oil-rich Indonesia as a colony. Hounded by a strong Communist
party, Sukarno has staked his reputation on winning the territory1
. from the Netherlands. - '''

South Had More
Living Costs Up

Residents

In

Higher Than

57

Ever

ATLANTA (UP) Two develop-1956 to September 1957 was 2.8

rhents dominated the" southern" eco

nomic scene in 1957: The region
had more, residents than ever

and it cost tnem more tnan eier

to live.

Accordine to "projections" is

sued by the U.S. Department of

Commerce, there was a popuia

tion growth of roughly 328,000 in
Vircinia. north and South Caro

lina, Georgia. Florida, Tennessee,
Alabama, Mississippi and Louis

iana."

At the same time, the U.S. La

bor Department said residents of
this nine-state area had to pay
nearly $1.03 during 1957 for the
same items which cost them $1.00
in 1956,

the 1957 population growth esti

mate was based on figures which

the Commerce Department em em-phasized
phasized em-phasized wer "projections,"
made, on the basis of estimated
1955 population. The iigures indi indicate
cate indicate the lol owing approximate
1957 population growth, by states:

Florida in Lead

Florida. 103,000, North Carolina,.

43.000. Virginia. 43,000, Louisiana,

39,000 Tennessee, 30,000, Georgia
29,000, South Carolina, 22,000- Ala

bama, 14,000, and Mississippi,

4,800.

Brunswick A. Bagaon, regional

director of the U.S. department of
Labor,' summarized in one word

tne trend ot living costs in me

Soutb-"ap."

Baedon said Atlanta is tne oniy

southern city1 for; which the labor

Department computes a cost of
living index. But he said he be

lieves tne cost of living in otner
urban areas, as distinguished from
rural areas, varied little trora the

trend apparent in the Atlanta
figure?. 1

While tne prices of some terns

increased more than others, tbe
average, overall increase in south southern
ern southern living costs from September

"AND I PROMISE..." ?
NEENAB,' Wis. (UP) Alvii
Paumstat, a four-year-old who ad admits
mits admits he's got the cigarette habit
"oretty bad.", has promised his

parents to give np" smoking. He

agreed to turn over a -new leai
after firemen were summoned to
his home yesterday to put out a
mattress fire he started while
smoking one of his mother's cig cigarettes
arettes cigarettes in bed.

cents, iBagdon said. He cited these

increases as examples:
1
Meats, poultry and fish, up 8.4
cent; dairy products, up .9 of a
cent; rent, up .8 of a cent; solid
fuels and fuel oil, 1.2 cents; men's
and boys' clothing, up 1.3 cents;
women's and girls' clothing, up ,4
of a cent; and shoes, up 3.8 cents.
The only items which showed a
decline were fruits and vegetables,
which cost consumers .8 of a cent
less, Bagdon said.
Raises' for most V
A few occupational fields have
not received pay raises during
the past year and thus "have mot
kept pace with the rising' cost of
living," Bagdon said. But he said
"most" wage earners have not
suffered by the increase.'

French Talks Weigh
Moves in Issues
Wifh llorlh Africa

PARIS, Dec. 10 (UP) French
Premier Felix Gaillard's Cabinet
met today for a full. dress discus discussion
sion discussion o; how .ranee will tace next
developments in North afirca,.
They Discussed;
- What reply, if any, France will
make to the renewed appeal for
negotiations in Algeria, made yes yesterday
terday yesterday before the United Nations
by Morocco's King Mohammed V.
What the French atttude must
be in the current conflict inside
Sapin's Ifni enclave on Morocco's
ocean coast. V -i i . ".

Whether to continue withdraw

ing troops from Tunisia.

It is believed that lrance wants
to keep a minimum of four or 'ive

air bases inside Tunisia at least
as essential to western defense.
How much and what kind. of

economic and should France con

tinue to give Tunisia and Morocco.
among those meeting with Gail Gail-lard
lard Gail-lard in the talks were Defense, Mi

nister Jacaues Chaban Delmas; fi

nance minister Pierre PlUmun, LX-.
puty Foreign Minister Maurice
Faure, and the French ambassa-i
dor to Tunisia and M or o e c o.

Merrill C. Lofton, head of the

Commerce Department's atlantaJ

field oifice. looking at projected

southern growth tigures and tak

ing isto account bistns, oeatns,
and the influx of new residents,
aid Florida is dhe to lead the
other states with a growth of
1,548,000 by 1970.
North Carolina will follow with
an addition population of 651,000;
Virginia, 647,000, Louisiana, 585, 585,-000,
000, 585,-000, Tennessee, 450,000, 5 Georgia,
440,000, South Carolina, 335,000,
Alabama, 209,000, and Mississippi
72,00. ;
tv ' -
As for the cost of living, the
Labor department will make no
pre dictions for the southeast
alone. But Secretary of Labor
James f. Mitchell says living
coii leveled off during October,
mailing "the end of the so-halled
inflationary spiral."
Mitchell said there may be sea seasonal
sonal seasonal fluctuatioss in 1957, but add added
ed added that he believes "the consistent

rise has ended."

Italian Soprano
Toschi Carpi, Dies
In Milan At 74
MILAN, Italy, Dec". 10 (UP) -Noted
Italian soprano Carmen Tos

ehi Carpi died at her home here

early today following a long 111
ness.

The soprano, who was 74, had
reaped laure's in South American
and European opera houses where
she often sang' with late tenor -Be-

mamino Gigli.
b....wvy.UP26 Briefs mc6A 12-9
CRASH CLAIMS ESTIMATED

LONDON fUP)-British railways

officials estimated today that

claims for compensation from
last week's train crash at su b b-urban
urban b-urban Lewisham would total more
than $2,240,000. At least 92 per

sons are Known to have died
when a steam express crashed in in-a
a in-a halted elecic ommuter train
in dense smog.

' LONDON.: Dec' 10 (UP) Ad-

lai E. Stevenson told Britons to

day the Elsenhower administra

tion has "sacrificed truth" and

",the -respect and confidence of
our friends abroad" for political

advantage.

Stevenson made the statement

in a special article written for
the London News-Chronicle in

his role as titular head of the

Democratic Party. The piece was

an explanation of his decision

not to accept President Elsen

hower's Invitation to attend the
top level paris NATO sessions

later this month.
Stevenson said he would "go

before Congress" to cail for an

"open handed" billion dollar for

eign aid program. He did not say

when. '. v
He wrote that he saw unhap unhappy
py unhappy developments in the Middle
East and within tbe NATO al alliance
liance alliance that indicated this was
a perilous period for the West.
The Anglo-French attack on
Suez would not have taken place
last year had the United states
taken a. more decisive position

toward Russian Middle East

penetration and nationalization
of the Suez Canal by Egypt, he

said.

Stevenson did not specify what
position he thought the United

States should have taken in these

connections.

Stevenson stressed the need!

for truth to be presented to the
people of the United States by
the administration and wrote:
"I think there have been many
occasions In the past four years
under the Eisenhower adminis administration
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New Orleans Service Arrive
Cristobal
"MORAZAN" Dec. 14
"YAQUE" Dec. l
"CIBAO" Dee. 21
JHIBUERAS" ...Jan. 4, 195
"YAQUE" Jan. 11, 1951
"CIBAO" Jan. 18, 1958
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cart
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iAmon" Dec. a
"PARISM1NA" : .Dec. 18
"COMAYAGUA" Dec. 23
"FRA BERLANGA" Dec. 30
"SAN JOSE" Jan. 6; 1985
"JUNIOR" Jan. 13, 1958
"ESPARTA" Jan. 20, 1958
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger shios to. New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.
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To New York and Return 1240.00
To Los Anjreles and San Francisco and
Returning from Los Angeles 1270.00 -.
To geattlo and Return 1365.00
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the state attorney's office in Chicago after Jheing questioned
all night about the murder of '14-yearroIcf ;Mary Lou Wagrcer.
Flejg reportedly confessed to beating and choking Mary Lou
when she resisted his advances. Her body was found in a
ihallow pond in an isolated suburban area.

0FFICIAL LIST

Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2022, Sunday, December 8, 1957
The whole ticket haa 52 pieces divided In two series rA" & "B" of 26 pieces each.

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

N. PrliM N. Prliei No. Priiei No. Priie No. Prtza No. Priiej No. PrizM No. Print No. Priwt No. Print
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01 2,8M.0 1M1 2,800.90 208! 2,600.00 3081 2,B0 00 408 r 52,000.00 S081 2.600.00 S081 2,600.00 T081 2,60.M S081 2,0t.00 MM, 2,600.0
181 1S6.M H8I 156.00 2181 156.06 3181 1S6.00 4181 158.00 8181 156.00 6181 156.00 7181 156. 8181 15. 1S1 156.0
281 1S6.M 1281 156.00 2281 156.00 3281 156.0 4281 156.00 6281 156.00 (281 158.0 7281 156.00 8281 156.0 281 ; 156.0
0381 156.06 1381 156.00 2381 156.00 3381 154.0 4381 156.00 5381 156.00 6381 156.00 7381 156.00 S381 158.00 9381 156.0
0481 156.00 1481 15.0f 2481 156.00 3481 156.00 4481 1560 5481 156.00 S481 156.00 7481 156.00 S481 156.00 t481' 156.0
581 156.00 1581 156.00 2581 156 00 3581 156. 4581 156.00 5581 156.00 (581 156.00 7581 156.00 8581 156.06 S581 156.00
081 156.00 1681 156.0 2681 156.00 3681 156 00 4681 156.0 6681 156.00 6081 156.06 7681 156.0 S681 156.00 681 1SSM
781 . 156.00 1781 156.00 2781 156.00 3781 156.00 4781 .156.00 5781 156 00 781 156.00 7781 156.0 8781 156.00 S781 ISff.OO
0881 156.00 1881 156.00 2881 156 00 3881 156.06 4881 156.00 5881 156.00 6881 156.00 7881 156.00 8881 156.00 9881 156.0
0981 156.00 1981 156.00 2981 156.00 3981 156.00 4981 156.9 5981 156.0 6981 166.00 7981 156.0 8981 156.00 MSI 155.09

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47t 52 0 4074 520.M I 476 520.00 4978 ITO.O 408 520.0 483 520 9 485 520.09 I 4087 520.00 4089 520.00
473 (2.M 4075 520.M J 4077 520.00 4079 52.M 4982 6 20.0 408 520.0 4081 M.M 1 4188 520.0 409 520.00

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446 26B.0 1445 20.0 I 1446 20 00 S446 260 H 4446 260.00 544 260.00 6446 2M.H 744 260.0 8446 260.0
437 130.00 9439 130.0 I 9441 130.00 9443 130.90 9445 130.0 944S 130.0 945 130 0 (451 13. 9454 130.0
438 130.00 9440 13 0 I 9442 130.0 9444 130.90 9447 139.01 944 130.0C 9451 130.M 9453 130.00 9455 130.00

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Prfie-wninlng Numbera of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at. The 1st In Colon, 2nd Panama; 3rd ln Panama
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 1 and not included In the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.60) each.
The whole ticket has 82 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and

SIGNED By: 'ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of PanamawCed. 4M2155

WITNESSES Carlo GonsAlea Basin, Cd. 47-15437
Miguel A. Cedefio, Ced. 47-239

KJATC Tho 'lnBtni ticket with tho last cipher and with tbo tw U(
"ZJ 'Pl ncly only to the Tint Priie.
Tbt Flrl Priio and tin 2nd and 3rd Prize art drawn rparateiy. Th
proidmationa arc eaicuiatad on th Pint Second and Third Prizes In mm
ttrka wvould catr tt Bumbera of aeh prlza, tha bolder la antiUed to
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DRAWING OF

Sunday, December 8, 1957
Drawing Number 723
Fraction

Tint Prize. ........ 81
Second Prize: .... 46
Third Prize. ..... 57

OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF

PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA

4081
9446
4357

Approximations Derived From First Prize

Approximations Derived

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

2357
1500
J357
156.90 5357
4352
4353
149 149-14
14 149-14 H
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The Representative of The Treasury, Jaime de la Guardla Jr.

THE 3 STRIKES
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$11.00 $220 00 V
3.00 60.00
2.00 40.00
PXIZIS ARE PAI TJJTHOUT

Hew Robot Cashier

Accepts $1 Bills,
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CHICAGO fUP).- The time Js
near when dollar bill no longer
disqualifies a man from doing
business With an automatic vend vending
ing vending machine. William P. Patzer
has come up. with a gadget to
change a dollar bill
In a demonstration, his robot
cashier accepted one dollar bills
and gave change in the form ol
two quarters, three dimes and
four nickels. ,i
Patzer said his machine is the
world's first practical automatic
cashier. He said' the electronically
operated device is "just about
fool proof."
It will accept creased, wrinkled,
tattered, torn' or smudged bills, re
gardless of whether they are in-
sci lcu in me aiui uijoiuc uuwm yi
right side up. r
(But it will reject counterfeits.
bills of more than one dollar de
nomination, and foreign currency,
Patzer said.
Patzer said it also could be
made to dispense merchandise
and give the correct change for
currency at the same time and
he predicted the 24-hour automa
tic supermarket is just around the
corner.
San Antonio Credit
Co-Op To Form
Third Study Group
Increasing Interest in credit
cooperative has led to the de development
velopment development of a third study group
by the San Antonio de Padua
Credit Cooperative, It was an announced
nounced announced vesterday by an officer
of the organization.
A second studv erouD. wnicn
has been functioning for the last
few months, will soon complete
its studies preparatory to becom
in? an indenendent unit.
The third study group Is to be
started by a number, of young
women and a program scheduled
for next Wednesday will be deal
cated to them.- Members of the
second studv ctoud of which
John O. Cummlngs is instructor.
are Dartlcularlv ureed to attend.
1 The program which will get
underway at 7:30 p.m. at; tne
French Society Hall near the
Tivoll theater will Include a mo movie
vie movie on the cooperative movement
and other highlights and infor information
mation information will be supplied by offi officials
cials officials from the Department of
Cooperative Education of the Inter-American
Cooperative Serv-I

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ALBERTO J. BARSALLO :
Notary: Public, Panama J
Tha priaa will k aatd la aceardaiw
U ttttcim of h Hitmml BaMficaajf

Plan of Extraordinary Drairlnj No. 20J4 which Willi
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Price'of 6ne-fiftiefVpart
DISCXJCNTS OR TAXES

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Kidnaped VeeR Ago
May Mil Be Alive
1 Sycamore! 'iiii; DecSio cup)
Police expressed hope today that
7-year-oid Maria Kiauipn, wpo
was Kidnaped seven days ao, sun
might be alive. They based their
hone on the theory that she might
have been abducted ny a cnuaiess
couple who desperately wanted a
little girl to love.
: Police Chief William Hindenburg
said that the husband, of the cou couple
ple couple might have been the man who
offered Maria a piggy-oacc nae
in' her neighborhood and who was
the last person seen with her.
Previously; police feared that
because the girl had been missing
so long since last Tuesday
the chances that her kidnaper
would permit her to live were
growing slimmer,
Hindenburg said that the street
on which Maria, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Ridulph, was
playing was traveled heavily. He
said a "child-starved" couple
could have been passing by and
decided suddenly to take her.
That would mean that the couple
would be taking good care of
the little girl, Hindenburg said.
Meanwhile. FBI agents exam
ined dozens of new clues found
in a search near the State In
dustrial School for Boys at Sher
ifac. 111.
The clues were turned up oy
nearly 1,000 volunteers who
tramped throueh the woods in the
area. 35 miles south of Sycamore,
yesterday. About a dozen articles
of doming were found.
Maria was playing with a friend,
Cathy Sigman, last Tuesday when
a man who called himself "John
ny" offered to play with them.
Cathy went home to get her mit
tens alter tne man told Marra ne
would eive her a "niegy-back
ride." When Cathy returned, Ma
ria and the man were gone.
Cathy has been under police
guard since the abduction was dls
covered.
Police said no ransom notes had
been found and that- a roundup
of sex deviates had yielded no
clues.
JUST A KNICKNACK
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UP)
Anderson's of Minneapolis has
just the gift selection for that
somebody on youi; Christmas list
"who's got everything.' It's -a
gold-plated garbage can filled
wun a gauons ox imported cavi caviar,
ar, caviar, priced at $12,125.49.
ice of Economic Development of
Panama.
The public Is Invited.
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CONTROVERSIAL COAT Mamie models the beaver coat
which reopened the ethics question in Washington.

Mamie's Beaver

Washington Ethics Question

By DOUGLAS LAftSEN
WASHINGTON (NEAWThe old
strucele is on aaain to fitul some
ethical standards governidg gifts
to u,g.rempioues ancHofiicials.
MrS.' Eisenhowpr's arrpntanrp
of an il,800 beaver coat with
tne motive ofhelping a bunch of
Maine tra oners rather than as
protection against the chill winds
off the' Potomac just adds a
new complexity to this problem.
Mate Department protocol of officer
ficer officer Victor Purse reopened the
question when it was revealed
thai hp harl afppnfprl in his" luifa'tf
that he had accepted, in his" wife's
name, a $3,000 automobile from
King Saud pf Saudi Arabia He
got siappea on tne wrist "tor poor
judgment" By. his. bps.ses But they
Wv JaYngJ(S put,, in,
nis wiie s name maae it teennic al
ly legal.
The U.S. Constitution states
that no federal official "shall,
without the consent of Congress,
accept Smy present, emolument.
office, of title of any kind what
ever irom, any King, prince or
foreign state. "Ji
THERE ARE LAWS forbiddine
Congressmen to. accept gifts aim aimed
ed aimed at influencing legislation. There
are laws nrohibiUnc judees from
taking gifts. And there are in
numerable regulations in each of
the federal departments trying to
spell out the restrictions on gift
accepting. )
(But there are always loon-
holes, ,- mitiagating circumstances
and changing moods of adminis
trations. So' the problem has
never been finally settled since
it became bothersome, during the
administration of George Wash Washington.
ington. Washington.
Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt, in one
of her books, reveals how she
solved the problem of accepting
two gifts, wnicn might be a guide
to Mrs. Eisenhower, She received1

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"Scotch' brand colored tapes to 71 vard rolls are
printed ,ln Panama with user's nam and apedflca
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Phone 3-1167 i-PTO.

Coat Reopens

a silver tea set and a huge aqua aquamarine
marine aquamarine necklace ,from Brazil.
Before, there was any criticism,
she gave the tea set to the air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier flamed after her hus husband,
band, husband, the F. I: R. After her hus husband
band husband died and a reporter charged
that she ; was about to -Sell the
stone for $25,000 she. eava it to
Lthe F, D. R. JVleinprial Library
in nyae rarx, in y.
THE TRUMAN administration
was under intense fire for Bift-tak-
ing. And the growing list of equip
fment and livestock gift? on. Ike's
i fnm In ..... i i i
farm m Gettysburg has raised
plenty of eyebrows.
The five percenter probe just
after World War II revealed that
home ireezers had been snrinxled
rresiaent Harry Truman's aide,
Ge,n. Harry Vaughao got -one.
Another.' Truman aide; Donald
Dawson, was revealed to have
accepted an expense -.paid vaca?
tion in a fancy Florida hotel from
a firm which was doing business
with the Reconstruction Finance
Corporation.
Then a White House typist, Mrs.
E. Merl Young, was found to have
accepted a $9,000 mink coat from
a lawyer doing business with R-
fC. About the same time colonels
in the Pentagon were caught tak taking
ing taking expensive gifls Irom military
contractors..
THE RESULT OF alt of this
was great public indignation, many
pontifical statesments, new regu
lations but no permanent solU'
Uons to the problem.
Mike DiSalle, boss of the price
administration for President Tru1
men, told a Senate committee he
thought it was unethical for
federal worker to accept any gift
ham over 12 pounds.
Regulations at the Pentagon a
gainst accepting "gratuities" were
made so strict officers became
afraid to accept a match for
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Thailand's Prince
To UN On Soviet

UNITED NATIONS. NX. Dec.
in tjp Princ Wan Walthaya-
kon of Tralland was scliedliledto
report to the united Nations ro ro-riftv
riftv ro-riftv on the refusal of Russia and
Hungary .to admit him as a spe
cial representative oi tne uener
Prince Wan. Dresldent of the
last Assembly session, was nam
ed three montna ago dv a ouiu
vote to seek-' comnllance by the
Sovieti Union and its puppet re
gime In Budapest witn u j.:reso-
lunons calling lor witnarawai oi
Red troops from Hungary and
the holding- of tree elections
there. i
Rince then he has received re
neated rebuffs In his attempts
to get into either country in, mat
canacity.
The Huncrarlan Question drew
, M intest at the united
Nations by the suspension of
. nunit- Jensen of Denmark:
deputy secretary of the live live-member
member live-member commission which in
vestigated the Hungarian revolt
earlier this year. 1
Informed sources said Bang Bang-Jensen
Jensen Bang-Jensen was suspended for refus
ing to turn over to the United
Nations a list of Hungarian, ref refugees
ugees refugees who appeared as secret
witnesses before the committee
They said he contended he
their cigars from vislturs. And
several hundred pocket memoran.
dum pads, which General Electric'
3ends out each cnnstrpas were
returned to GE.
In Congress Sen. Paul Douglas
(D-Ill.) wrote In a hook that I
draw the line at $2.50r-If.a gift
is worth more tlian tnet, 1 send It
back with a courteous note."
AT A RECENT press conference
Ike said on the subject: ;
"I think tha nroblem should be
decided according r to good taste
...and its imputations; anc inter interpretations
pretations interpretations by ith'ers."
Veteran observers here believe
that President Truman's Secreta
ry of Cbmmerce, Charles Sawyer
has come as ctose as anyone to
a solution with die statement:
"Any one :wbo needs code of
ethics to find out what is proper
and improper about accepting
gifts Is too innocent to be around
Washington." :
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was bound to secrecy concerning
the Identity of the witnesses.
Officially, the United Nations
said he was suspended for re refusing
fusing refusing to surrender "to the sec secretariat
retariat secretariat for sate custody, under
seal, official documents in his
possession relating to the wosk
of the committee."
VAlsing Andersen of Denmari,
chairman of the special commis commission,
sion, commission, said Bang-Jensen's actioh
was tantamount to an "expres "expression
sion "expression of non-confidence" in hja
superiors. He said Bang-Jensep
should rely on the secretariat a
ability to keep the lists in a safe
place. -
Tne General Assembly meets
today to seek a way ,out of tbt -deadlock
on the Algerian prob problem.
lem. problem. The main political commtfr
tee failed to find a solution last
week. India, Japan 'and Mexico
were leading efforts to write a
compromise resolution accept
able to both the Arabs and the
French. k
The main political committee
was scheduled to meet later In
the day to continue Its debate On
the Cyprus dispute,1- sd
feme's lecction
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"f Dr. and i Mrs. Stanton Phillip
inf iju Anseln. who had been via-

Minn in .Panama Cits: le4 last

Sunday -for'' Central' America. The
-phillipa have wide circle of
lenda in the capital. .; ".;
Huibee Women's Club ,':.
.Holds Brunch Tamer rew' i1
- The Iiboa Woman's Club will
Told a Chriatmai Brunch tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow In the Fern Room of the Tl Tl-voll
voll Tl-voll Giieat House. A program,
''Christmss Around The WorW,"
and the singing of caroli will be be-'ito
'ito be-'ito at 0:30 a.m., followed by the
cbrunch --at llr a.m. ";,-. V ; .: :. j
Ttpiatre CylM .; 1 i
Tryouta Tonight . . 1

Tryouta Jor two xneatre uuua
ulava. ."The .Tender Trap" an

.fWill SuccesiSpoll Rock Hunter
-to be ataged after Christmas, will
be held tonight at the Guild Play Playhouse
house Playhouse in Ancon beginning at 8 o-

QDck, All interested peraWii are

invited jo awena r r ; :
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Detpatfldfa .Cocktail ; Party
Will Honor Departing
a Clean Ambassador

I Panama'i Diplomatic Corps rill

: give despedida cocktau pasty
tanicrht from S to 8 at 'the : Union

Club. The affair if ir, honor I of

Costa Rican Ambassador cariosme

Ea Espriella and Mrs. ; Espnqua

who are leavlne shortly for their

few post in Mexico City.
Ar. Ami Mrs. Harris 5
Til Bav Ftd Toniohf .

Ms.' Howard R. Harris of

lat-

fjn, who isJretirin? from thejP thejP-mim
mim thejP-mim Canal Co. after 30 yearl of

ftervice her-? and Mrs. Hams will
U guests of honor at a iareVell
af Hnm"i thi eveninfi. The tear-

r wilt "be" held tt the residue

H fred AitNewoara. zbs-a. uai-

ink and all friends are Invited to

kill trom dight o'clock' in the eve'
r .11 -i r .nl Vf a

ning uniu eievcu. auu
riovia -Snvder and Mr. and Mrs,

Hred A.' Newhard ar co-hosts for

the .party.. Wto'--i ;
Mrs.: Urotta Motivior

J Mrs. Loretta Metivler, who Is

uavinf; tomorrow to make her

anm.wlth her sons in Washing

ion D C: was honored recently

at a despedida luncheon given by

the ladies-of the Accounting we-

bailment held at the Tlvou

Guest, House. : Mrs. -, wewvier re
reived ciffs from hei co-workers.

Apprbximately 5 ladiea attended

the aitair.
Donald Huff Arrives

Ta Viiit Hit Parents

Pfc. Donald B: Huff arrived on

the Isthmus recently UT spena a
sn.iiv furlnueh with his parents,

Mri and Mrs. Maenner B. Huff

of Balboa. Pfc.: Huff ia .stationed
at Fort Hood, Texas.
MrV and Mrs.' Pereira
Mark Golden Weddin
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Pereira of
Avenlda Peru observed their
golden wedding anniversary last
Saturday. The Pereiras, who have
ltvedf in Panama for many years,
have three sons and one daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, all married and living in this
city, and aeveral grandchildren.
Fadel-Leavanwood Wuldlnt
Hold At El Panama Hilton
Miss Shirley Florence Lea ven-

wmri. daushter of Mr. and Mrs.

John Bain of California, and Mr.

Norman Fadel, son, of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Fadel of California.

were married last Saturday eve-

nine In a civil ceremony held at

the Hotel. El Panama Hilton.

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NEW YBRI

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RK. Dec. 10 (UP) -'reaular.

The government ir ay have to drop Hoffa'a attorney, Sol Jclb, sajd

its perjury case against leamsiera.he believed the perjury indictment

president-elect james R. Hotta
as a result of the U.!." Supreme
Court ban on the' use of state state-obtained
obtained state-obtained wiretap evidence, in fe federal
deral federal court trials, it, was 'ttarn 'ttarn-ed.
ed. 'ttarn-ed. today. i,
v The ruling handed down by the

high court yesterday may also aid

ung-pui gamoier rranlc ustello
at his motion to aet aside an in,

come tax conviction lor which he

waa sentenced to; live years in pri

son. .;.;;,, f,;';

fvX aUorney.'Paul W? Williams

and other Justice Department of-

liciala must decide whether- the
government has : enough evidence

against Hofia to continue the ner-

jury prosecution now that wiretan

evidence obtained tram the New

York District Attorney's t office

cannot jo tiaed.-,';:;?

Williams has admitted that wire

taps were an important facet of

the government's case,

Hoffa'a trial on a 'five-count In.

dictment, charging that he lied

to a grand jury about wiretaDDine

the Detroit- teamsters' headquar

ters, na a Deen postponed by Fe

deral Judge Frederick Van '-.felt

Bryan pending action -be iffe Su

preme Court on the legalit of

using wiretaps procured by state

law enforcement agencies under
state wiretap laws,

Bryan was expected to open the

tr'i 1 before the end oi the month.

The government could request dis dismissal
missal dismissal of the charges or Bryan
could order dismissal on the gro

und that the indictment was or

would have to be dropped in view

of the supreme Court ruling.
-. '
In the Costello case, Federal
Judge John F. X. McGohey re reserved
served reserved decision last Oct. 22 on a
governmest cross motion to dis dismiss
miss dismiss Costello's motion. Costello's
attorney. Edward Bennett Wil

liams, had argued that McGoney

should aet aside the gambler s con conviction
viction conviction because costello's consti constitutional
tutional constitutional rights had been violated
when the govtrnment obtained
leads from atate-obtaised wiretaps.

WPISTMAS STAMPS From the tiny principamy oi
ated n t me for Christmas. The line "engraving customarily
found an stamps made in the capital city of Vaduz is evident

US Representative

Vjsjfing Isthmus

U.S. Rep; PCX F. Mack, Jr.,
(D-I1T.), arriveo here yesterday
afternoon aboard the Panama lin liner
er liner cristobal for a two day visit
to the Isthmus. He is. accompani accompanied
ed accompanied by Mrs. Mack.
Mack is "a native of Carlinvllle,
Ill., and represents the 21st H'i H'i-nois
nois H'i-nois district. He is a member of
the Interstate and Foreign Com Commerce
merce Commerce Committee.
A veteran of the second World

War, serving four years with the
Naval Air Force, he now holds a
Naval reserve commission of lieu lieu-tesant
tesant lieu-tesant commander.

He and Mrjs. Mack plan to re

turn to the States aboard the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal which sails at 1 o'clock to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon.

feion Lauded As 'Key Figure
KtU". "; I, 'iV "
Tor Peace InMobel Prize Award

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OSLO, Norway, Dec. 105(UP)

T enter it. Pearson. Vetera Lana

tin Hminmst. todav received the

gold medal and $-0,000 award as

winner 01 tne ODei .reave f te
tnr 107K. : :.: 1 '

The prejentation war l(nade at

a ceremony in usio uuverny
Tha award to the former extern

al minister of Canada,, architect

of the' U.Ni Middle East wmergen wmergen-cy
cy wmergen-cy force and a co-founder of the
North Atlantic treaty organization,
va AnnAlinffaH Oft. 14. j

The 60-year-oM Pearsqfa washail-

d by Gunnar Jann ai a y
gure in. saving the world from a

, third war.
J Jahn ia chairman tt the Nor

wegian National assembly's No

bel committee wmcn aeci uic
Peace Prize winner.
Pearson was Canada's external
minister from shortly af t er
World War II until this fa when
his Liberal party was unseated
by the Conservatives in the general
elections, pearson retained his eat
aa a Liberal member of Parlia.
, ment.

"It may be said that what Les Lester
ter Lester Pearson has done to prevent
or to7 stop war could not have been
possible had he not been an active

pouticran, jann sam in me pre presentation
sentation presentation speech.
"That of course jnaybe disputed,"
he continued, "but what I want

to emphasize is that tht Peace
Prize has not been awarded to the

politician Jr tothe Secretary of

state aa aucn, out to we man ls
ter Pearson because of his per
colli qualities, his powerful ini

tiative, strength and persever

ance displayed in attempting to
prevent or limit war operations
and to restore peace in situations
where quick,, taptful and wise ac action
tion action has been necessary to prevent

unrest from spreading and devel-

oping into a worldwide conflagra conflagration?
tion? conflagration? Jahn- said Pearson's efforts to toward
ward toward settling international dispu disputes
tes disputes both through his own govern government
ment government and the United Nations forg forged
ed forged ahead in spite of numerous setbacks.

"...The main thing for hrm was
never to give up," Jahn said, "but

always try to advance at least one

step towargLnis goaf

in these latest issues.

Nov ARRID with PERSTOP
Stops Perspiration Stains and Odbrl

Qasf Of Dynamite
Heralds Slari Of
095 Million Difch
lincW ORLEANS.' Dec. 10 (UP)

"Construotion of a 895 million
ctttcb to the sea began today
njar the- spot where 143 years
m$o this month British war ships
scraped bottom while carrying

iijxjda 10 "ie Daiue oi jvew Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. '.
-A dynamite blast aet off by
Sgn. Allen J. Ellender (D-La.)
aawl other dignitaries opened

"operation outlet." The project is

the Mississippi River-Gulf outlet
which will product in five to 10
years a deep-draft tidewater
channel from New Orleans to the
Gulf of vMexico; I
.- The outlet wlll Ave this south south-erh
erh south-erh pQrWcirrenlly floinsj a $2
billion- anndal foreign trade a
second passageway jto the sea
fJwut 40 mlLe shorter than the
fiasissiisji Riverj route.
.The project was authorized in
1158 by Congress, which appro appropriated,
priated, appropriated, 1625,000 this year to be begin
gin begin work. It will allow shipper
j t reach the Gulf of Mexico aft after
er after a 78-mile journey. New Or Orleans
leans Orleans is 120 inlles upstream by
v&y of the meandering; Missis Missis-sdpoL
sdpoL Missis-sdpoL r
The first 5 miles of the tide tidewater
water tidewater route win follow the pres-
: ent lntracoastal waterway atart atart-tnt
tnt atart-tnt at the Industrial Canal,
. which eonnecta the Mississippi
arfd Lake Pontchartrain. From
the waterway the channel will
bfnca off southeasterly toward :
the-Gulf and deep water. ,,l
iXhe channeWwith a minimum
denth Af 38 feet and a bottom!

Brouwer. Guardia
Enler Low Bids

On Inside Painting

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Servieio Brouwer and Guardia

and company, of Panama, enter entered
ed entered low bids on the maintenance

interior painting of U.S. rate em employee's
ployee's employee's quarters to be performed

during tne period extending from
Jan.. 1 through June 30.

"'. The bids were, ooened vesterdav

afternoon in the Administration

Building at balboa Heights.

The Jrouwer Company waa low

on two schedules with offers total

ing f36,308, while Guardia made
a low bid of $11413.44 on a third
schedule. Bids were .also entered
by 1 W, ,T. Coffee, Industrias Uni Uni-das,
das, Uni-das, and the Tropical paint com company.
pany. company. .... v
Servieio Brouwer bid low on
work which will afect quarters
located in Cristobal, Margarita,
Gatun, Balboa Heights and Ancon.
The. Guardia Company bid waa
low on the painting of quarters
located In Gamboa, Corozal, Los
Rios and Diablo Heights.
Tha painting will be done dur during
ing during the" six months period as re required,
quired, required, and will include walla, and
trim, ceilings, woodes floors, hall hallways,
ways, hallways, and stairways.
' The contract for this type of
maintenance painting during the
past: six months period extending
from June through December 19-

57, was awarded last June to the

Tropica Paint Company. Former Formerly
ly Formerly this type of work was done by
short form contracts as mainten maintenance
ance maintenance painting was required. L

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Pemoo is 1 H times as effective
as all leading deodorants tested.
Artid stops odof anuct and
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10. 195?
..fAGE EIGHT
Socia l and 0 titer
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Cristobal Woman's Club
Holdi Chrisimat Melting

' The Cristobal Woman's Club
J held its regular monthly meeting
'' on Wednesday in the Ked Cross
'J j rooms in Cristobal. Mrs. William
( ) Brooks, president, opened the
.'! j meeting and introduced the mem mem-'''
''' mem-''' bers ol the Cristobal High School
''." Glee Club and their director, O.
J E. Jorstand. The .ioup sang a
beautiful cantata, "Song of Christ-
ma." bv Hov Rinawald, an ar-

j ranger for the Fred Waring Chor Chor-t
t Chor-t us. They concluded their enter

taining musical pros '-'a in by sing singing
ing singing a novelty tune, "We Wish You
a Merry Christmas."
During the business meeting
' whirli utllowfd. Mrs. William Gra-
rlv announced 'hat the Woman's!

Club engag-niPRt calendars arejbers enjoyed .a Christmas tea
new or sale at the YMCA and at prepared toy Mrs. Hector. Grant
1he Hotel Washington on the At and her committee.

lantic side; Ihev can also be found
at th JWB-l'SP. Shaw's. KLM

J and at the El Panama
't i "Vhe Par 'f'e s'1(-

F! Panama Hi ton
i' The flub bad'.- farewell lo two
&! its members 'vlio will soon h"
ravine tu- IsthMiu:i tc make iheir
homes' in !h? United States. Mrs.
E. I. P. T.iiclmaii ano Mrs. II. R.
Harris v.eie presented with souvc-
DRIVE-IN i
60e.
30c.
TODAY
LAST DAY!
7:00
9:00
ALAN LADD
VERONICA LAKE fcl
"THE BLUE DAHLIA"
"!
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f omorrow!
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POPULAR NIGHT!
$1.10 per CAR!
DANA ANDREWS In
"COMANCHE"
in TffinHNTnOT.nR I
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PRESIDENTE
TODAY & TOMORROW!
In memory of the greatest
Star rtiscoverv of the decade:
JAMES DEAN
HIS TWO IMMORTAL.
MOTION PICTURES:
"EAST OF EDEN"
- and
"REBEL WITHOUT A
CAUSE"
Both in CINEMASCOPE &
TECHNICOLOR!
A Gigantic Double Feature!
Thursday?
. t Hr H w.'Suipont, I
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m onvenrwrtj ana poimcol
W -.i it
wriBu wirn a gin ma
a unvgglf in Albania I
M-G-M rntttNTt
van JOHNSON i
MARTINE CAROL I
HERBERT LOM I
ACTION
OF THE
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C A P I T O L I O
25c. 15c.
BANK! $125.00
THE TALL TEXAN
witr Lloyd Bridges
- Also:
THE RETURNS OF
JESSE JAMES

II ofjWSfffi

( Cntmaficop
! and Cotor

7 V O L I
35c. 20c.
INTERLUDE
with June Allyson
- Also:
THE LAND
UNKNOWN
with Mahoney Smith

START THE DAY
Set
is
EverReady
THE INSTANT
Cocoa
'--fa Dinlit in Via funl

nielli iii iiic vujj;
MILK AND, SUGAR ARE ALREADY IN IT!

nir spoons as a remembrance of
their many years in the Woman's
Club.
Mrs. Edjjar Carlson, Mrs. Nor Norman,
man, Norman, Currier and Mrs. Harry
Butz were introduced as new
members of the club.
The speaker for the afternoon,
Rev. Victor Watson of the Trini Trinity
ty Trinity Methodist Church in Colon,

gave a "Christmas Message" to
the club. He stressed the need
for remembering Christ at Christ
mas and mentioned too that the
Christmas .yiirlt the feelings of
kindness and generosity toward
our fellow man should not be
forgotten at the end of the holi holiday
day holiday season, but should last a 1 1
yeur.
Following the meeting the mem
, Gul.ek N.C.O. Wivff
ClUD HOldl Meeting
The monthly meeting of the Ft.;
bllllCK !.l.O. Wives CIUl Was
held Tuesday in the Bamboo
Rooni. Mrs. Clara ilollenbaugh
presided over the meeting
Mf.
Garrett of the Canat Zone Police
Force was the speaker for the
evenmi; and .delivered an interest
ing iaiK ot ;ne uatun Lake is
lands.
Mrs." Lorraine Dustin won the
While Elephant. Refreshments
were served by Clara Holienbaugn,
Viola Hili, Audrey Barsi and Jo
sephine Orsinr. Attending the meet
ing were
Mesdames Clara Hollenbaueh.
Gilberts Brown, Ritu Gomez, Jose-
(jiuiic uiuu,t jwuuisi aanuerson
Frances Gilbert, Betty Townsend,
Katherine Killip, Vila Him. Hes
ter, Hartley, Ruth Criss, Audrey
Barsi, Nora Perry, Nancy John
son, Vivien Ralph, Frances Ber Ber-ger,
ger, Ber-ger, Nancy Williams, Irene PJace,
Barbara Kreiger, Lorraine Dustin,
Eleanor Webster. Ann St. Cvr.
Delores Carr, Clara Blasingame,
Virginia Stadelman Irmgard Mor Morrison,
rison, Morrison, Jackie Iszarrd, Helen Cur Cur-ran,
ran, Cur-ran, Catherine Schilling and Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia Brittle.
Guests for the evening were
Mrs. Ruth Burnett and Mrs. Opal
Smith.
1
SERVICE
CENTERS
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 It 7:5.
"ESCAPE IN THE
SUN"
C1USTOBAI,
Closed TONIGHT
(Current fieing
Converted)
DIABLO 7:00
"JUST FOR YOU"

GAM BOA 7:0
"SUICIDE MISSION"

GATUN v 7:08
"NIGHTFALL"
MARGARITA 8:15, 8:05
"MONEY FROM
HOME"
PARAISO
:15 & 8:30
LA BOCA 7:0
"SUICIDE
MISSION" and
"711 OCEA.N
DRIVE"
"Behind Southern,
Lines" and
"DILLINGER"
SANTA CRUJ
(1:13 It 8:20
"DKSK SET"
CAMP BIERD
6:15 It 8:20
GANGS OF THE
CITY" and I
WEB OF
DANGER" I
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35c.

OMAR KHAYIAM
with Cornel Wilde
- Also:
Hollywood or Bust
with Martin St Lewis

THE HAPPY WAY!
JUST LIKE YOU-your
children want a hot drink,
mornings. For the one that
builds real Energy Reserve,
get Nestld's EverReady
Cocoa. It's frtsUnt Just 3
teaspoonfuls in'a cup 'and
add hot water! It's deli
cious you'll love that rich
chocolate flavor!

. Itch nolle for Inclusion In this
column should .- lubmirlirf i
trPv'-wrlHan form and malltd to
the box number listtrf daily In "So "Social
cial "Social and Otharwiso," or dallyorad
ov hand lo tho office. Noticta o
meetings cannot bo accepted bv
lolaphono,
Balboa Woman's Club

Card Group To Moot
Thursday At Amador
The Card Group ol the Balboa
Woman's Club will hold its
monthly meeting at the Ft. Ama Amador
dor Amador Oflicers' Open Mess on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday at 12:30. Hostesses for the
occasion are Mrs. Dorothy Allen,
Mrs. Etta Horn a and Mrs. Hazel
Zimmerman.
Those planning to attend arc
asked lo call Mrs. Zimmerman,
Balboa 3373 no lata than this
evening.
; Evening Guild Matting
i Has Bten Cancelled
Tkio ruaiilrir iiinnthlfc moutinu nf
the Evening Guild ot the Catlie-
rfr.il n! W I.hItp in inran whirh
was t0 have been held todav, has
been cancelled. The next jneeting
will take nlnff- on the
second
Tuesday in January.
Balboa Emblem Club
Assets on Thursday
The Balboa Emblem Club No.
49 will hold its regular luncheon luncheon-meeting
meeting luncheon-meeting on Thursday in the Elks
Home in Balboa at 7:30. All
members are urged to attend as
nomination of officer will take
place.
Card Party Mooring
Slated For Tomorrow
The bi-monthly card party-meet
ing of the Ft. Clayton Officers'
Wives Club will be held tomor
row at the Ft. Clayton Officers
Club.
Council 1689
K. of C. Meets
The Cristobal Council No. 1689,
Knights of Columbus, will hold its
regular meeting this evening at
the Knights Home in Margarita
starting at 7:30.
Dillon, Hickman Bid
Lowest For Streets
On Atlantic Side
A low bid of $71,395 was enter
ed bythe Dillon and Hickman
Construction Company on street
improvement work to be done is
Old Cristobal and Margarita.
The bids were opened yesterday
afternoon in the Administration
building at Balboa Heights.
Other bids ranging from $83,-
720 to $99,613 were made by Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Constructors, Bildon, Inc.
E. O. Hauke Construction ComDaT
ny aim Liiam aingn.
1 1 : m 1- I
The work will consist ti the
removal and replacement of pave pavement
ment pavement and the constructions of new
drainage .facilities on Terminal
Street, third Street and Canal
Street in 0!d Cristobal and at
Esnave Avenue in Margarita.
The contractor will be given
approximately six months to com complete
plete complete the project.
TCOAY-ENCANT0..25-.15
WAHOO! $115.00
Don Taylor in
"RIDE THE HIGH IRON''
Rock Hudson in
"GUN FURY"
TODAY IDEAL .25 .15
Allison Hayes in
"ZOMBIES OF MORATAU"
Johnny Weissmuller in
"Valley of Ueadhunters"
VICTORIA
15c.
20c.
CLIPPER OF THE
WINGS
MONTANA
INCIDENT
ALADINO AND
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enjoy a day at the President
GAZING TRACK WARDS are

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JOSEPH S. JACKSON, of theEl Panama Hilton Hotel, enjoys a day at the races In the com company
pany company ot Miss Sara Ramirez. . ?

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Kaled, "SOlj" .Mas, Albert

Mrs. Julie'ta D. de Morales, Dora:

Remon Kaecirack. xneir smnes
Of" Wellman and wife Florence.
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enjoying; Sunday sunshfn and a look at the ponies are CanuUo
(Pasha) Peelra and.M. d h Isaca. "-v

R. J)laz ano wiarqueza rere,

inaicaae a .winner or w.
In the background, are Ma

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Last weekend. Panama saw something new and different fn IBt

way of inauguratidns of Package Liquor Stores. The official
opening of Bodega Upana, a charming, affair, took place last
Sunday under the sponsorship of the National Distilleries
To add beauty, trace and charm Miss Imperial, was on band
to serve the cocktails, in the above photo Miss Imperial, has fr

served Capt. Thomas Pur fee,
with a delicious -cocktail.

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"The Prince and The Showgirl' is the story of ah A A-merican
merican A-merican showgirl visitinc London at the time of the Coro Coronation.
nation. Coronation. She meets and is swept-upsby a roving-eyed prince
who invites her to a private supper, . It is during these
evenings that some of the screen's most entertaining mo moments
ments moments come to view. See "THE PRINCE AND THE SHOW SHOWGIRL"
GIRL" SHOWGIRL" In Technicolor, OPENING-(TOMORROW Air THE
LUX. '- s.

As the lat fleeting
dayi of 1957 po into hiifory ,5
Stop 0 iriomnt,,Lonildor'
. . What hat tho year meant
for Cod? Hoi yduneryif
betn falthfwl ond true? 3
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The Best Way to Prepare :
for the New Year
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' HOLIDAY TRIMMINGS Mfen of Mortar Battery 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, had some extra treats with their Thanks-riff-riieal
Mess Semeailtf Jack W. Givens decided the unit might like a wt of variety and supplemented the traditional
TffiSv SS'kxt mttmxttm. theyeare admired by, left to right,

,-lsV'Lt.. Walter ,-C. Owen, itiess officer; Glv ens, Ficv i-auriHi iiiugaora, ric. mmiw d u (its r pi to)

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Atom

Ifilain : Building SRea

Power Plants forJISmall Countries
' ; LONDRES, Dec. 10 L (BIS); New atonic developments by Britain are underlining the
tremendous potential importance of nuclear energy v- the application of the "peaceful atom i
to countries which need fower in compact units, jpf Moderate size. Modern progress is mpos-
rib ri& TS'mFmnW in the world to huild'? full-scale atomic generating aUtion and
the' only country to embark on a vast atomic power programme has already shown that tiec tiec-tricWpower.:aii'T'
tricWpower.:aii'T' tiec-tricWpower.:aii'T' prWdleaVattinutlyrewnomlcally and sfely. .; ...
nicu pww r v j t nronamme li to BuUd big atomic stations. One of theftiw U up-

plv 500 000 kilowatts oi electricty sufficient to ; keen 10,000,00 household Iampa blaring,

provide the power to energize; great uiuuauiMucii

Sir John Cockcroft. Britain's di

rector of atomic research, is the'
mining town of Broken Hill in
New South Wales. Because iit is
so far from fuel sources, the cost
of making electricity is as high, as

4 cents per unit. An atomic piani
could produce -rower at one third

Broken Hill is possibly an Isolat Isolated
ed Isolated case, but it indicates the poten

tial value of the atomic power sH

which? can run for very long

to

In the development of countries
which are yet to -be iudustrialised,
power ; stations of thisisize are
not necessary they would not be
ecohomic?' propostions. I : vs'fi
Enginrs df the Unitas Kina
- dom Atomic Energy Authority,
and exports from the big uroupt
of firms-now ngagtd- on the
of firms now ngid on the
atomic programme are advanc advanced
ed advanced in tha lnginaaring design of
miniature atomic stations to
provide all tha power necessary
for a smalf but expanding com-.

munity which aims at a fair
dearta of industrialisation.

The new small poyerp rpducers

will be "oackafied power",, assem

bled as much as possible before
despatch and ready to.be set up

Dy a minimum or smuea siau. xuv
intention is that they should pro

duce about 20,000 kilowatts of e e-nergy,
nergy, e-nergy, or one-twenty-fifth of that
produced by the biggest of Bri

tain's atom stations.
. The great value of these "pack "packaged
aged "packaged power" units is that they
.are inherently safe, are easy to
run without a very large skilled
staff and are economical? even
though they may "be many hundreds
of miles from sources 'of conventi conventional
onal conventional fUel. :
Obviously they are of interest
to all countries where adequate
electrical power cannot be provid provided
ed provided economically because if the
cost of fuel tifanport.

An example- quoted recently Dy

Hon.

nprinrls'. .without being refuelled

i.Ataiid fiowe? isjjjaaost ecioqmicaj.

Re-finfements 3n (engineering; tech.
niques, developed from the experi experience
ence experience gained in working'ondef prac
tidal conditions at Calder Hall m
the English country of Cumber Cumberland,:
land,: Cumberland,: the world's first atomic
power station' have enabled Bri Britain's
tain's Britain's experts to forecast that.e that.e-ven
ven that.e-ven a small "packaged power" a a-tomic
tomic a-tomic unit would produce, energy
at one cent $er unit or. less, which
is? a lower' price than that paid
in many parts of- the world.
A big atomic station' can oven
now. compete in generating cost
with all other conventional elec electricity
tricity electricity schemes except hydro-electric
power, stations, and there ;
is every promim that within the
next few yoars the cost per unit
will drop dramatically. j
Too many neoDle look upon the

idea of an atomic plant as a dan

gerous thing, requiring a small ar army
my army of scientists and engineers to

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I tn it and reoresenting a perne

tual threat of an atomic explosion

This is auite wrong. The type

of power station developed in Bri

tain, Known as uie grapnue mo moderated,
derated, moderated, as cooled atomic reactor

uses "natural uranium. v,
This does not m the least re

semble the material used in mak-

ins atomic bombs. It is, in fact.

quite Safe to handle, before it is

out into the reactor. It is not real

lv much more radioactive than the

luminous figures on a wrist watch.

,.in the. atomic power plaots.there

tivallv fiontrollina the atomic

"furnaces that generate tne

steam to drive the turbines.

There are so many of these safe

ty devices that a disaster oi any

Kina is almost muniteiy remoto.
But, even it they all failed and

the reactor were to get out of hand

and "run away with itself which

is the worst that could possible ha
pen there Would stil be no dra

matic explosion, no spreading of

deadly radioactivity around the

district.

In the event of trouble, the ura uranium
nium uranium heart of the reactor would
rapidry e so hot that all further
atomic reaction wpuld stop. f
Almost certainly the reactor wo

be expensively damaged, but there
would be no danger, to anyone no

explosion and no release of ra
dioactivity.

Japan, a country with a power

problem similar p Britain's in
that she needs much more power
but has not sufficient home-supplied
fuel, is new certain to Use the
United Kingdom type of atomic
power station.
One big reason that influenced
her choice was the basic safety of
the system jnd advantage jiot
shared by some other types of
atomic power station.
Japan is a county of earthquakes
and the danger of an atomic sta station
tion station being damaged by an earth
tremdr had to be carefully consi considered.'
dered.' considered.'

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LT. COL. ALYIE,L. McDUFF, former commanding officer of
;the 764th AAA Battalion, presents the unit colors to. Col..:
Walter' KillRae, commanding officer of the 65th AAA Group,
"Fort Clayton, who In turn presented the colors o Lt. CoL
Miroslav FjMoucha the 764thVnew commanding officer. Tre
ceremonies, which took place during a Dec. i parade by the
battalion ai Fort Davis, also marked the move of the batta-
lion'i headquarters from the Atlantic side to Fort Clayton.
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Peacetime Duly

WASHINGTON. Dec. 10 fUP)

The government is drafting the
w. iiie "Conelrad" defense radio
warning system for peacetime
duty. It will be used to broadcast
warnings of hurricanes and 'Other
weather, emergencies.
The Federal Communications
Commission said the program was
worked out in cooperation with the

Air Force and -the Weather Bu

reau; -f
' The Conelrad system oririnaflv

was set up to thwart hostile bomb- j

era irom using u. s. commercial
radio transmitters a a naviga

tional aid in seeking out their
targets.; ?

Under the wartime Plan, broad

casting stations involved in tne
program immediately switch eith either,
er, either, to 640 or 1240 kilocycles tpon

receipt or an alert irom tne Air
Force: They also reduce power to
about 10 wstu.

The stations then hioadcast civil

defense information to listeners is
their areas.
Under the new weather warning
plan, all radio and television sta stations
tions stations will sound the Conelrad alert
a steady tone broadcast for 13
seconds upon receipt of haz hazardous
ardous hazardous weather informathm from
the weather bureau.

The stations will broadcast the
weather information, over: their

regular frequencies, however, in

stead of shifting tj, tne wartime
channels. The system will be Used

to warn of tornadoes and other

emergency weather conditions as

well as hurricanes.

Winnie Collects
14 Cents From
Blushing Clubmen

LONDON, Dec. 10 (UP)-Sir Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill collected 14 cents
for charity yesterday by catching
two aldermen without their Winkle
badges.
The aldermen had Mm to
Churchill's home to give, him an
award. After accepting the
award, the former prime minis minister
ter minister whipped out his Winkle badge
and demanded the aldermen pro-

UUVC U1CU5.
Rules of the Winkle1 flub-a
charitable organization started by
Hastings Jishermen many years
ago stipulate that 1 members
must carry their gold-plated badg badges
es badges at all, times. One member cap
challenge another by displaying
Jus own badge and demanding to
be matched." The winkle Is a
small, black shellfish, a seafood
delicacy in Britain.
The embarrassed .aldermen paid
the seven cents penalty,, which
goe.tacharity.')f ,;V ;
yt iW Ieft urces lit' the
leadefrr his : nation ,T hatf pent
m08' Jy searching for (his
own Winkle.
"Het could hardly, wait to pull Jt
from htf pocket," he said.

While South's spade suit was

not technically biddable I have no
criticism of his spade bid and the
final contract of four spades would
have been made in spite of the

bad trump break if East and West
had not put up some mighty fine
defense.
West opened the deuce of hearts.

East won with the ace and re
turned the queen. This put South

in with the king and he promptly

led the jack oi spades. He Jiad

hopes of picking up a singleton ten
spot in the East hand. West cover covered
ed covered with the queen and dummy's

long held the trick.

His next play was the queen of

clubs which also stood up. He con continued
tinued continued with the jack and East

made the all-important play of

covering. South won with the ace
and led the four of spades.
West won with his ten spot and
East discarded the five of hearts.
Now West made the second key

defensive play. He led the nine of

diamonds. South won with the king

in dummy and played a third spade.

west graooea mat witn tne ace
and led the jack of diamonds
which went to South's queen.
At this point South was in trou trouble.
ble. trouble. If he drew West's last trump
he could never get back to his
hand to run the clubs. Dummy's
ten blocked the suit. His only hope
was that West would hold the one
missing club so he played, a club
toward dummy. West knew what
to do with his three of spades and
the hand was down.

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Thorn(e)y Path
SATURDAY' NIGHT'S CAME

Carta Vieja righthander Jim Umbricht makes
j his Panama Professional League debut tonight,
t ti hile JSeerman righthander Mamabila Osorio will
Hake the mound to seek his first 57-58 win in a game

scheduled to get underway at 8 o'clock in the Olym-Stadium.

i! iytwiii for the Yankees would ere contest but fel! short Don De- 9th.
?it thrPA-wav deadlock. A Smok- Groote drove in both markers with

iictory would increase their a double. Aloysius, ss
few!) to one full game over thai Lefthander Dave Benedicr ai- Heron, 3b ...

JtfVeza Balbos Beermen. jlowed five mts in going all the waylParns. 2b ...
I Osorio was the losing hurler in i for his first victory. E. Osorio, lb

Dec. 1 season opener, wmcni jerry mvie iwinen a seven -vi i icscuu, n
Smokers lost to the Beermen Iter as he dronperl his first game Austin, If

but he pitched three score- against ono triumph. aiiicneii, ci .,

'! imiiitps iii rclipf of eftv Jim Saturday mfffil Gerry inorne s cooos, c

iaO'Rielly in the Smokers' 5-1 con pinch hit single in he .evenl'i in- DePalo p ...
. quest of the Yankees on Dec. 5. ning broke -a 2-2 tie and sent the G. Thorne .
k Jj Sunday aftcrnon Cerveza Balboa Smokers on to a 6-2 win over the Ferguson, p

ike out a 3-2 triumph over the) Beermen.
J 'Yankees. Leon Kellman's two run' Righthander Jim DePalo picked
i : double in the second frame Dill the 1 up his first win while Winston

I Beermen in iront z-u ana wc-y

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Cerveia Balbea
Gordon, lb
Brathwaite, 2b
Robinson, cf
Shields, If ......

Moore, ss .
P. Osorio, rfv...
Charles, 3b

Lopez, 3b 2

Kellman, c 4
Brown, p 2
Arthur, p 0
Hudson, p 0
Grenald l

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Texas Aaaies John

Voted Grid Player Of Year

CLASSIC LEAGUE

'Carta Vieja
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El Panama-Hilton
Agewood
Austin Can

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30
29
29
20
18

Five leadinga verages: Coffey

192. Balcer 192. Toland 191, Cas

cio 191, Aimeda 190.

i made it 3-0 in tne tniro on j-iecior

-Mbopez' two-bagger and Billy

A SJueldS' single

Brown lost to make his record t-1.

Leonardo Ferguson worked the
last two frames for the Smokers

Stanley Arthur took over for BroM'n

32 6 8 27 11
Tl.orne singled for DePalo in

iM the bottom of the ninth to comeithe same frame for Justo Hudson n-viveza Balboa 001 001 0002

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Houradou ran for Thorne in "th.
Grenald singled for Hudson in

Chesterfield

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BY BREWMASTER

5nly two pitchers have gone the

route in the live games piayea

Xarta Vieja hurler Jerry Davie

I f and Cerveza Balboa's Winston
Brown share this distinction, each
having an identical record, one

''won and one lost.

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Cerveza Balboa has used pitchers
in the four contests played so far,
Chestertield seven in three and
Carta Vieja live in three perform performances.
ances. performances. Pinchhitters have deliver delivered
ed delivered twice in six attempts with
Chesterfield's Gerry Thorne driv driving
ing driving in two tallies with a clutch
safety Saturday night. Cerveza Bal Balboa's
boa's Balboa's Reggie Grenald was the oth other
er other fortunate pinch swinger, get getting
ting getting a solid single off Chesterlield's
ace reliever Len Ferguson Satur-dry.

League administrator Car'os Del Del-valle
valle Del-valle got together with the mem members
bers members of the press last night and
several suggestions vre discussed.
Foremost of these were the ac acquisition
quisition acquisition of a photographer with
o knowledge of baseball added at attractions
tractions attractions for the fans releasing of
weekly averages to the press by
the league's official scorer, honor honor-injf
injf honor-injf 'Of Leon Kellman, Clyde Parris
'.tr.ii Frank Austin as the three old oldies;
ies; oldies; members of thp league, afld
a prize for the player voted most
outstanding for the week.
', presentatives arrl managers
of.' the clvbs nartioipating in the
ylect'e were absent

(T'eclor Looiz r'ef'n'lcly is the
T man" on the Cerveza aboa
''). H's five hits in ?n t bats
jfo in the leisue, and his three
ITTs hns 'iim among h2 load-

league star is out to make up for
his so-so performance last year
and at the same time justify his
right to being the highest paid
player in the circuit.

The only pitcher c hit safely
so far is Cerveza Balboa's Winston
Brown. The Almirante lad led off
with a double' in the seventh inning
in Saturday night's contest against
Chesterfield. ....
Both teams played errorless ball
in Sunday's contest between Car Carta
ta Carta Vieja and Cerveza Balboa and
the fans were 'treated" to quite a
bit of long-ball hitting by the slug

gers.- :

Of 12 safeties registered by both

blubs, seven by O rveza Balboa

and five by Carta Vieja, si were
doubles. Lopez, Robinson, Shields
and KeMman were the contribu contributors
tors contributors for the Beermen whflc Barron
nnd DcGrote were the slugging
Yankees. 3 -.-

Relief pitching is also another
department which has shown im improvement
provement improvement this season. League

leading Chesterfield's Alberto O O-sorio
sorio O-sorio and Len Ferguson have suc successfully
cessfully successfully preserved victorious mar margins
gins margins entrusted them, while Cervera
Balboa's Carlos Thome's fireman

stint on Sunday afternoon protect

ed Dave Benedict's hard earned

to 2 victory.

SUMMARY Errors: Aloysius,
Charles 2, Heron, Moore, Parris.
Runs batted in: Robjnson, Heron,
E. Osorio, Lopez, Thome 2, Pres Pres-cott.
cott. Pres-cott. Earned runs: Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1, Chesterfield 5. Two Base

Hits: Brown. Three Base Hits:

Heron. Doubleplays: Heron, Par
ris, E. Osorio. Stolen Bases: Brath

waite, Mitchell. Sacrifice Hits:

Braithwaite, Robinson, DePalo,

Prescott. Wild Pitch: Brown.

Struck out by: De Palo 8, Brown 6,
Hudson 1, Ferguson 2. Base on

Balls off: DePalo 3, Brown 6, Ar

thur 2, Ferguson 1. Left on Base'
Cerveza Balboa 11, Chesterfield 12.

Pitchers Record: DePalo 2 runs, 6

hits in 7 innings; Brown 5 runs, 71

hits in 7 innings; Arthur 1 run, 1

hit in 1-3 inning. Winning pitcher:
DePalo (1-0). Losing pitcher;
Brown (1-1). Umpires: Helsinger.

Thornton, Williamson. Time of

Game: 2:48.

Kellman Kills 'Em

SUNDAY'S GAME

Ctrvtza Balboa Ab
Moore, ss 4
Brathwaite, 3b ..... 4-

Lopez, 2b .......... 4
Robinson, cf 3

Shields, rf

P. Osorio, lb
Grenald, If .
Kellman, c .
Benedict, p .
Thorne, p

0 10
1 3
1 3
0 0
0 0

flaking his first Pro League ap appearance
pearance appearance Saturday night was 19 19-vear
vear 19-vear Justo Hudson f -om Bocas del
To-o. The youthful erman south
law was imoressiw in the two
iinins he worked against Ches Chester
ter Chester 'ie'. His fp'low Boc'torefios
are all hooing thai he will conti continue
nue continue to maintain tho superiority of

that nrovince in the production of

cSjn th?J department. The m?jor nrofessional baseball players.

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DISTRIBUTORS

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Totals 32 3 7 27 13
Carta Viji
Kropf cf .... . 3 0 0 6 t
Bartirome, lb ...... 4 0 0 14 0
Barron, ss 3 l l 0 2
Boak, 2b 3 0 0 0 2
Schmidt, rf ....4 1 0 0 0
(Wilhelm, 3b 3 0 1 1 2
DeGroote, If 4 0 2 0 0
Clarke .. 0 0 0 0 0
Shantz,. c ..3 0 1 6 0
Davie, p ........... 2 0 0 0 6
Glamp 1 0 0 0 0
Duser, p... ..0 0 0 6 0
Hendricks 1 0 0 0 0

The Classic league of Diablo
rolled well as a unit. Out of 24

keglers only two went under 500
and the league as it whole aver

aged 188 pins per game.
Carta Viaja 1 Agawood 3

Going into the contest tied for

first place, the Carta Vieja Yan

kee Rum Runners, passed up

golden opportunity to take over

by themselves the top spot, be

cause their co-holders were losing

three points.

However, they ran Into a reju

venated Agewood team, who roll

ed as defending champs should

For the Agewood quartet their

2351 was their best for the sea

son.

Bud Balcer hitting over 600 for

the fifth consecutive week, bolster
ed his Agewood team, with a 635

bis best for the classic competi

tion. Carta Vieja's Lefty Wallace
started the night in a strong fash

ion, getting seven strikes in a row
he finished that game with 235

and a 598 set.

Agtwood

Balcer

Boyer
Knoll
Damian
Totals

210
192.
205
180

245
208
182
169

180
160
187
224

635
560
574

582

796 804 751 2351

Carta Vjja

Gleichman
Rudy
Wallace
Aimeda
totals
Saymour 1

200
180
235
233

185
192
184
176

165
152
179
179

550
524

598

588

844 737 675 2260

El Panama Hilton I

Totals

31 2 5 27 13

Glamp struck out for Davie in Pth
Clarke ran for DeGroote in 9th.

Hendrick forced Shantz for Duser

in 9th.

Cerveza Balboa 021 000 000 3 7 0

Carta Vieja 000 000 0022 5 0

SUMMARY Runs batted in:
Kellman 2, Shields, DeGroote 2.

Earned runs: Cerveza Balboa 3,
Carta Vieja 2. Two-base hits: Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Kellman, Lopez, Shields,
Barron, DeGroote. Doubleplays.
Moore, Lopez and. P. Osorio. Sacri

fice, hit: P. Osorio. Wild pitch:

Benedict. Struck out by Benedict 3,
by Davie 3, Duser 1. Base on balls
oif Benedict 4 Davie 2, Duser 1.

Thorne 1. Left on base: Cerveza

uaiDoa 6, cam vieja 7. Pitchers
record: Davie 3 runs, 5 hits in 8 in innings;
nings; innings; Benedict 2 runs 5 hits in 8
2-3 innings. Winning pitcher: Ben

edict (1-0). Losing pitcher: Davi

(1-1). Umpires: Hinds, Moore,

mormon. Time of game: 2:19.

Thanks to a four-pin edge In the

last game, wnen Seymour Insur

ance Agency roiled 848, a 212 av

erage per man, the Seymours kept

tnemseives tied for nrst place.

Other than that, it was all El Pa

nama. It was ironic trfat the best

game the Hotel roiled was the

game they lost.-

The two anchor men put on

personal battle, Carmen Casoio

Seymour's stalwart bowled 660,
and Bill Coffey of the Hotel was

second best with 54. El Panama

Hilton is tied for second place on

ly one point out oi tirst.

Suymour

Richardson
Bowers
Bowers
Nunes
Cascio

182
174
174
150
182

180
183
183
179
236

199
182
182
226
241

561

539

538

555

660

Totals

689 778 848 2315

El Panama Hilton

Lane
Schmidt
Allen
Coffey'
Totals

204
161
200
213

235
172
171
222

156
244
225
219

595

577
596
654

778 800 844 2422

Cardeit-Linde 4 Austin 0
In a low scoring series, the E-

Vinrude outboard motors of Car-doze-Lindo
took all four points
from Austin. Evinrude took the
first by 18 pins and the last by
30, and the middle by 49. Austin

could not solve the lanes and had

more than normal quota of splits.
Ed Kunkel of Evinrude and. the
most power with a 576 and Les
Pahl pinned down 530 for the Aus Austins.
tins. Austins. This clean swceo meant a
deadlock for the Evinrudes and

El Panama for second place.

1BALBOA MEN'S
Ttams
icaza and Co.
Zenim l'V
Pepsi Cola
Kent Cigarettes
Duntop rtubber
Tivoii Travel
Blue Star Milk
Canada Dry
Martini Vermouth
Duran Coffee .-Hillman
Hillman .-Hillman Cars
Balboa Beer

Icaza

LEAGUE
W
21
19
i7
18
14
14.
12
11
, 11
10
9
9

Scott Atwater 2

Ktnt 2
The two top teams met and for

a while it appeared tnat mere

would be a change in the top man

agement. The Icaza Scott Atwa Atwater
ter Atwater motors were sputtering and

could not get up speed, and Kent

cigarettes took the first game by

15 pins. Their hopes rose when
they took the second by 24 pins.

However, in the last game, the

fuel line feeding the strikes nd

spares got cleared up ana the Mo Motors
tors Motors ran away by 100 pins to set

tle for an even split. The K e n t s

have now slipped to
instead of leading
Jimmy' r Bo wen broke
Scott Atwaters, and

Coffey poured a 538.

By JOHN GRIFFIN 4
NEW YORK (UP) John Crow
of Texas A&M, a rugged all all-around
around all-around type back covetea by pro

lootball teams, can display brand

new credentials today as college

iootbali'a "Player of the Year" to

pro otiicials in Chicago and Mont Montreal.
real. Montreal. ...
Crow was voted the 1957 top in individual
dividual individual award during the week weekend
end weekend in a United Press nationwide
poll of sports Writers and broad broadcasters.

The 210-pound Aggie halfback

irom springmii, La., was an em

phatic winner in the balloting with

88-. irst-piace votes. Halfback Walt

Kowalczyk of Michigan State was

a distant second at 25 votes and

big Alex Karras of Iowa, orevi-

ousiy voted "uneman of tne

Year." wag third with 21 votes

Crow, who earlier won "Back o.

the Year" honors,1 received his

latest honbr while he was listen

ing to play-for-pay offers from the
Chicago Cardinals, who claimed

him in the National Football

League player draft, and from the

Montreal Alouettes,' who have

named him on their negotiating

list in Canadian pro football.

End Jim Phillips of Auburn was
fourth in the voting with 14 points,
followed closely by sophomore

Halfback Bob Anderson ot Army

with 12, and passing star Lee

Grosscup of Utah with 10.
, Others who received votes were:
9 Aureiius Thomas.' Ohio state:

Lou Michaels, kentucky; Bill

Krisher, Oklahoma.

6 Dan currie, Micnigan State.
4 Joe Francis, Oregon State;

'Bob Newman, Washington State;

Bobby Mulgaao, Arizona (Tempe;
State.

3-Dick WaLen, UCLA; Don

Clark, Ohio State; Dick Christf,

tini Vermouths who took a bitter'"0"", arouna Mate; Jim Man-

four-point loss. The Zenith TV's wegon; mc reirosame, no-

2 Jimmy Jones, Washington;

fourth place
the league.
504 for the
Kent's Bill

Crawford Znth 4
Martini Yarmouth 0

It was a sad night for the Mar-

had an easy time and their clean

sweep put them in a tie for sec

ond place. Zenith's best reception
of strikes and spares aspoduc ...

ed by Al Hele with 538. Baldwin

was tops for the Martini with 471.

Pepsi Cola 4 Blue Star 0

The Pepsi Colas rolled the large

economy size scores, and fizzed
right, into a second place tie with

loitr-point win. over the .Blue

Star' milkmen: For the Pepsi, Ski

Prusinowski scored a 539, Ray

iscnneider. slammed a 534 and To

ny Luttenberger lifted a 534; Ray

Schnieder's series included the

league's high single of the season,

a zjt. l ne mue star Miutmen just

could not get going and Hopper

was tne tops wtn 475.

Dunlop Rubber 3 Balboa Bear 1

In tne iirst game, the DunloD.

ituooer nau no me. and tne itsai-

boa .Beers bovUed a '.:pia :Win.
But the Dunlop. bounceu4 Want

bacK.and gathered tne next; tluee
points. Haivey Lenman lanaea tne

scoring honois lor the ttatcii,-.with

9i, wnue bmoo cerveza s sa-

marnba tallied a 487. whose

team is tied tor the oottom posi position.
tion. position. 1

Tivoii Travel 4 Hillman Cars

Showing no mercy on their op

ponents, we Tivoii travel Agean

are traveling ai a last cup in
tneir cumo up the lauaer. lue ii-

voii Avenue1 iraytiior$ ; too all
four point from. Hillman Cars,
wno have octn uucneu into the
cenar to keep the Balboa (Beers

company. jik ibruce iiassler oi

tne travelers was really touch on

the Hiilmans witn a 53u, anu Bob
Barker was the best lor Hillman

with 483.

Canada Dry 4 Duran Cafe A
Canada Dry discovered a sure

way to win points, that is to kid

nap three members of the oppo opposition,
sition, opposition, and have four points hand-

to mem a silver platter. Du

ran Coffee Lad the misfortune of

naving omy two bowlers show up
1 1 i r .

uu lusi oy loneit.

bags 525 series went wasted for

the Duran Coffee drinkers, and

Joe Sullivan rolling merely for

average tioDed 467 for Canad

Dry's highest series. This sure

method of winninu nulled the Can-

ada Dry'a out of the cellar

Honor Roll. 200 or better: San

221, Hassler 204 Schnjeder 238.

Jim Palermo, DaAhiouth; Bob

iStransky, Colorado; Ranay Dun-

ican, Iowa;. Al Ecuyer, Notre

Dame; Les Walters, Penn State.

1 Tom Forrestal, Navy: Billy

AtKins, Auourn; Don Stephenson,

Georgia. Tech; Bobby Cox, Minne

sota; nobby Bordon, Tennessee:

Jerry Kramer, Idaho; Jim Gib

bons. Iowa; Jim Schaaf, Notre

Dame; Tom Greene, Holy Cross;

Dirk Jtiolan, Ltehi; Bob reifsny.

der, Navy; Bi.i Johnson, Tennes

see; Dick Lynch, Notre Dame;

Jim mnowsKi, Micnigan state;

Bob Williams, Notre Dame; Bob

White, Ohio State.

Basketball
Results

Pahl
Thomas

Samaniego

Best
Totals

Soyster'

Kunket

Iwand

Tolaad

Austin

198
177
154
189

154
155
184
161

178
140
182
167

530
472
520
517

Santamaria Cops
Panama Interim
Feather Crown

Young Jesus Santamaria, 126

save veteran Sammy Med
ina, 123 U, 15 rounds of oun

ishment to become Panama's in
term featherweight champion
Sunday night at the National
Gym, but the loser received- most

of the plaudit of the large
crowd when- the one-sided bout

was over, for his gamenec and

absolute refusal to oult unden

Santamaria.' prolonged barrage

of blows.

Isldro Martinez la the actual I -nhet itntpd fnr Erne-tn Cimn.

featherweight king but becausejb-u. floored Sonny McKay, J17&.I

718 654 667 2039

Pro Football League
Attracts 260,000
Fans To Six Games

Evinrude
202 162
200 194
172 1W
- 162 .181

179
182
154
186

543
576
488
529

Totals

736 T03 6S7 2126

of the Colon fighter's commit commitments
ments commitments la the U.S. which-has

made him unable to defend his

title for over a vear. It was de

cided to select an Interim champ.
In Sunday's semifinal Roberto
Murlllo. 125. came off the canvas

in the second round, to score

unanimous six round verdict

over Tito Marshall. 125

In one prelim et for six neav

Lorenzo Samuels, 11S, who

East
Massachusetts 71 Tufts 54

St. Bonaventure 61 Wichita 52
LaSalle 83 Albright 55
Army 98 Kings Point 58
Cornell 64 Buckneil 58
Princeton 87 Georgetown 68
Providence 71 Brown 58

West Virginia 105 Furman 67

Maryland 63 Fordham 58
Yale 79 Connecticut 74
St. Fran; (N.Y.) 79 Loyola )Md.)56

Syracuse 73 NYU 58
Dartmouth 87 Rhode Island 69

Boston U. 108 Suffolk 45
Lehigh 90 Delaware 66
Pennsylvania 67 Navy 64

holy Cross 74 St. Anselm's 51

Detroit 61 Camellia 54

Swoarthmore 71 Johns Hopk. 55
Steubenville 75 Millersville Tch 67

Harvard 84 Middlebwy 57

South
N. Carolina 79 C.emson 55
Richmond 64 Virgnia 51
N. Carolina st.. 80 Penn State 62

Davidson 67 Wofford 58

Kentucky 85 Temple 83.1riple ot

w&m 7i ueorge Washington 60
Auburn 78 Wake Forest 66
Georiri fSA ITlnrM. fin

Miss. State 97 SouW. Memnhi 75

ijouisvuie eu Aiaoama n

S. Carolina 70 Georeia tech 64

Memphis state 72 VMI 58 v

Minnesota 89 Vanderbilt 85
Tennessee 89 Sewannee 40
Tulane 87 Tampe 60
Vsidwsst
Michigan 81 Nebraska 57
Purdue 76 Missouri 49
Kansas st. 66 Indiana 61
Illinois 75 dePaul 70
Kansas 71 Northwestern 65
Notre Dame 75 Wisconsin 53
Dayton 58 Ball State 41
Morehead State 78 Ohio U. 60
Southwest -St.
M-a-y's Tex. 69 Tex. A.M. 54
Arkansas 79 Tulsa 61
AF Academy 68 N. Mvirn sn.

I Oklahoma St. 65 Texas Western 43

Wesr . i-
4-1 ...

a. cat. si st. Mary's (Calif.) 46

voioraao 77 Montana CO

utab 72 Baylor 49
Oregon 79 utah State 48

MonUna St. 68 Washington SL 59

w". pacine w Scrnto St. 45

ioyoia uai.) 65 Aril, Temo si

Oregon St 64 Portland 4

Washineton 63 Brigham Young 52

vvui oo vkianoma m

three times in the initial stanza

to win by a TKO In 2;0 seconds.

Samuels,- a fornwt' amtenr'

flyweieht .champ, fought for the
first time as a pro.
- -- N
Babv Fenghe. 125 'A. scored a
unanimous Cecision over Juan
Chacon. 132ft. In the curtalr
raiser., ... . ;

The National Football Lea true

attracted 261,497 fans to its six

weekend games and surged past

tne aaenaance mirr it set last
season. .-
According to figures released In
the press boxes, the 12 clubs now
have drawn 2,771,161 to their first

65 games this season. This total

includes plenty of complimentary
tickets but still (figures to contain
enough paid customers to pass the
1956 record attendance of 2,551,263.
The 12 'clubs have seven more ref-

ttlar season fames.
Sunday's crowds: Rami Pack
ere at- Ls .Angeles, 70-J72; 4Sers 4Sers-Colts
Colts 4Sers-Colts .at San Francisco, 59,636;
joos Browns at Detroit, 55,41t:
"ars Ccwdinal at Chicago, 34.
745; Redykins Eaglfs st Was
ington, 21.304. "The Stee'er sik'

-i-a wiayra in in" ram rwrorr I Tft

u.iii oaiumay i riusDurxn. sj mtm f
Sunday's Saa.Francisco and Dt- 1'tr---rr'' --roit
games were selloats.

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Teams

Chesterfield .

Cerveza Balboa

Carta Vieia

PANAMA. PROFESSIONAL LEAGUE

CV CB
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1 x
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1
1

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1

W
2
2
1

L
1
2
2

Pet.
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CB
1

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TONlCHt'S GAME

At Olympic Stadium: Carta Vieja (Umricht 0-0) v.
Chesterfield (Osorio 0-1).' I ;
; SUNDAY'S RESULT
At Olympic Stadium: Ceryeza Balboa 3, Carta Vieja 2.
! SATURDAY NIGHT'S RESULT ; 1 : I
At Olympic Stadium: Chesterfield 6, Cerveza Balboa 2.

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AOW.,.7

Division

Cleveland

i"he $2,000' added Panama Moth
era Day Classic, a betless exhlbt exhlbt-tion;lurned
tion;lurned exhlbt-tion;lurned out as expected with
the vastly superior Hencb geallop geallop-ing
ing geallop-ing to a ridiculously easy 25 25-lenjrth
lenjrth 25-lenjrth victory, over Sideral nd
Cuca Tbe:;latter we; ej-
other horser entered for ttteN set
furlong spring that was exclusive;
'or--.! '."i,u cii .rfosa to

tlitl'ftt' w,Wlhe day's winningc r d d-innTeW
innTeW d-innTeW ori to finish -; second, er with three victories;
X' vln ta& -RSnt of Cu- Mjj? -"

ySuSS of the wslest view

by

JOE WILLIAMS

rTh baseball draft in its .pre
fraud, and ought to he scrappea
Jl ii. . lr.Qtip lv lib
in its' entirety, or drastically libe
being
ralized at once, eesiues
pointiest, it is a reproach
Only il players were claimed
V f" .ui-th.f in
this time. Does this mean that in
all the top minors there were less
than a dozen- players if big league
promise? Of course it doesn't. Be
cause of shrewdly contrived res restraints,
traints, restraints, no mere could be touched.
At. the same time the majors
Were going through their annual
pretense, the pro footballers? in
preliminary phases oi their draft,
were tapping' 49 collegian desir desirables.
ables. desirables. Before the whole field is
covered many others will be' add-
'Thesft are' doubled times for
htsebaU. Practically over night
franchiseil are shu'ttd, and with
no more regard for traditional ties
than if ithey were transient soft soft-drink
drink soft-drink stands: The municipal hand handout
out handout is openly and shamelessly
courted toy club -owners,' who pro profess
fess profess to be able businessmen. : .,
. On the other had: peo football
is enjoying a booming, progress progressive
ive progressive prosperity. In a short space
of years franchise values have
soared from $200,000 to $2,000,000.
Noi. is- Jof alei It develop we
werei tncorrectlyr'iniormed a 1 to
the avaibility of the Philadelphia
franchise. Actually, there i,$ a
waiting list of responsible people
eager to-4Vi, int? the league,
Why should pro foofball be: gef gef-ting
ting gef-ting along' so much better than, big
league baWball ; A Urge part M
the answer lies in th drafts Foot Football
ball Football uses, it to create ind maintaiii
competitive balance. As a conse consequence
quence consequence the have nots of one sea"
son may very well be the haves
of the next season.
TheFoobl War
The baseball set up is such that
the rich get richer and the poor
get poorer. No honest effort is
made to spread the talent wealth.
a nri fnnthall team tfets
first crack a the- Mrekey Mantles
i 1 1 ma-
first crack SI the- MtCKey Mamies
-. ii,- wnii mivi nf its snort,
BasebaU'a draft makes this tim-
possible.
k. m'nr MinvincinB areument
m k, made ..for. merits of the
onen. or unrestpctea iOratu xet m
fairness i it musf btf noted tb'tt he
OTOblems involved are widely dif-
ferent. Baseball hasi a talent inV
. ,
It's
- Four

f :J avaWbIE"-W rYOUR CANAt 20NE
GMSfi mwios

VW.'. 1
.,:,. i"
quarters of mile In "the fast.
time of lri-L
vrnmuez i so was auoara the vie-
tAin hnru in tliA enndarv at
traction, a $1,000, mile" gallop for
th6roughbreds,?'Melener was- tlie

-i. w life' turned the three

matose wound :up-'thlrd,:GavilanlwTheiidlyidends::

fourth-and Town's wu-unv-
3;5 fore mile, returned i
vestment to protect. Football has
iarm syw.u.
But that's b
But that's beside the immediate
point. Competitive Dalance is the
ning. Top-heavy races repeated
Uoor vear. must inevitably
.on wnicn neepi iurusvuc
year after year, must mevitaDiy
lead to rust and decay. If an pen
draft is unfeasible as baseball is
now conducted. Its. advantages
cannot be challenged. Eventually Eventually-it
it Eventually-it must come, and when it does
the entire i baseball structure will
he healthier; t ; ;
We agree in principle with the
Yankees' George Weiss, who in insists
sists insists no successful organization
should be penalized for its enter
prise ana initiative. am mere
comes a time when concessions
ihnit h marie in the creater in
terests of the game's vitality.
This is particularly so wnen u
is considered that guci concessions
a m &iitv nmnnnt fft no more
that the elimination of article and
calculated -maneuver .i. me pacn pacn-inB
inB pacn-inB of one Jarm team to mimimize
tosses oy araii, we uoaiumg i
players for.' trading purposeS etc.
Tne iaci inai wetss una mc iur
kees have consistently out-distanced
their rivals in a deserved tri tribute
bute tribute to the excellence hi manage manage-mentMt
mentMt manage-mentMt does not necessarily fol follow
low follow that the book by which- they
work is aitogetner proper.,-
y v Baseball ''yiijC;
As the book i written, a i big
r-aonA lnk nken a nliver in
the minors for seven 'years.- The
up quickly JThe bthersare? most most-lv
lv most-lv ropipH i for trading? AS' such
they are more negotiable than mo-
v ;lnnVf rhritended that a
player, who .cannot-, establish his
il never going to make it. Three
had to wait eight before he got
break.,. The Cards kept Max
Surkont dovn jrfst'ut as long.
It took Hoyt WilhelnN seven years
H VOHK tioyi yymieiiii'acvcii jmh
to set recognition. And these are
only a. few scattered examples.
The way it is worked now a play-
er is not a big league until the club
thre, owns him say so,-or puts
owns mm say so,- w yuu
I . I . 11
nun in qeaj wiw mouukm.
league pay. Bad?- imagine how
much worse it would be if base-
ball was monopoly.

tfs time to step

finer flavor

For Roaea Bourbon time ia now.
Don't miss smother moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
emoothneaa aitd rkhaeaa of this
distinguished bourbon, j

U
mi i m m. mnm m mmm mm t

time for

Roses Bourbon

uavmiassic

J-' .. ... ... ....
Juicy $5.60 as' second favorite
the mutueis, uuisiaer-swver t
returned $22.80ltraight in' the
Heels
onq race ior mo pm wu
odds.
sh. onmhinpri with another
shot winner,, Rutilante in; th
first
race, for a S466.80 flouDie
payoff
-tops fo tbe weekend
I FIRST ACI '5
1 Alminar $15, $3.80
t Rutilante $5.80 -v-
f. "SECON6 RACI
1 Silver HiU $22.80. $4.40
2 Bhie Zulu $2.40 i ;
First Double: 4M.su
. THIRD RACI
, Amat $8.40, $5,404
3 .'
r Amin Dial- w.w
V One-Twot' $14.40
FOURTH RACI
Don Manuel 47.20, $4.20
Guacamaya $6.40
Quinlelaj 24.20
FIFTH RACI
1 Ladv Edna 13. 12.20
2 Chito $2 20 ...
SIXTH RACE
I' Henco
2 Sideral v
NO bettingin this race.
seventh Race
t My Friend $8, $3.
2 Coral $2.20
: 'EIGHTH RACI
1 Diocese $3.80, $3,
2 Blue Sky 5.40
Second Double: 524.40
; NINTH RACE
1 Ocean Star $8.. $5.80
2 Don Grau $3.
Quinieia H.M
TENTH RACI
i Minuendo' $4.. '$20
King $5.80
Ona-Two: a.
ELEVENTH RACE
1 M elendez $5.60, $2.80
2 Bacancito $2.80
... i i i "i
Two Dead, Third
Near Deh After
Racing Accidents
- AGOURA; Calif. (UP) Two
men have been killed and a third
of three spectacular racing acc
acnis during wie rara mount
Ranch sports car races' here.
James Firestone, 29,' of Mont Monterey
erey Monterey ParK Calif., was 'killed in
stantly Sunday in the' wind-up
mam event of the two day racing
card when his Frazer-Nash spun
out of control and crashed into an
embankment.
tam, Mini Hi ueaiuy iunu-
ridge Hospital-Saturday afterh, is
Alto, califi, died at nearby North-
Jaguar smashed into a guard rail
inan earliere Vent.
the injured driver, hugh Woods,
, mics oimga, v.uu re-
! H n I. I I J.LI A A,
" -"'.jv" t "u, y" ",B
hospital, tie lost his right leg in
the crash Sunday in a preliminary
event.
up to

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rMveland ti ready to da v. the
NdiT National iTootball LeiEue
.1 championship, game but the De
troit Lions, aan riancisuu er
anrf.BalUmore Colts are tied for
the Western Division lead. It may
be 1958 before they untangle ana
provide a title rival fpr the
Browns'. t1'
-Hert's- how'the weekend action
save the Browns, the 11th division
title in their ,12-year history and
left half the Western Division
clubs tied for first.
. The Browns enjoying the type
of good fortune that helped build
pro football's finest record, won
the Eastern crown for the sev
enth 'time lis eight tries wnije
watching television Saturday at
TtatrnU the PKtahurffh Steeleri
eliminated the New York Giants,
21-10.
Liens Bnat Cleveland
Pittuhnruh did the Browns a
big favor because the. Lions hand
ed Cleveland a zo-7 aeieat sunaay.
New York's hopes of retaining the
leaeue and Eastern division titles
would have been alive H it had
won at Pittsburgh.
' Three hours later Sunday at
Sap Jrancisco, rookie John Brodie
passed 14 yards to Hugh McElhen
ny in the last 46 seconds to give
the 49ers a 17 13 triumph over the
Colts. That touchdown toss pro produced
duced produced the three-way tie because
Baltimore started .the day leading
Detroit and San -Francisco by a
game.
Two also-rans who will play key
roles in next Sunday's regular sea season
son season windups scored victories in
Sunday's other games. The Los
Angeles Rams warmed up for Bal Baltimore's
timore's Baltimore's visit by whipptnf the
Green Bay Packers, 42-17.
Bears Down Cards
The Chicago Bears, who enter entertain
tain entertain Detroit defeated -the Card!
nals, 14-6. Don Bosseler plunged
for three touchdowns and Eddie
LeBaron passed for two, in a 42-7
Washington Redskin romp against
the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Forty-Niners entertain, the
PackefJ next Sunday. Of the West Western
ern Western leaders, San Francisco ap appears
pears appears to have the best chance in
the finales. The Lions, whose Bob Bobby
by Bobby Layne was carried out of the
Cleveland clash with a broken
right ankle bone, hsven't-downed
the Raara at. Chieaeo since 1952.
The Coltf haye won only one of
U previous games on tne, west
f all the Western. Teadert Win
next Sunday,'' a lerles of, playoffs
. l 1 ,L.
win rorce ponponemeuk.; oi uio
championship, gam from. Dec. 29
to Jan. 5. The Browne will ward)
up for the' title game by, visiting
the Giant tnext. Sunday,
League Standings
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t A FOSTER'S Cortsgts and Larg
I laach House. On mil part Iht
' l1., Casina. "nana Balbea 1866.

Baldwin' furnihs4 apartmanr
a Santa Clara Baack. Talaphana
Smith. Balbo J6S1.
PHILLIPS Ocaansida Cottages
Santa Clara. Sow 1t90 Pan,
ma, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1117. Cristobal J-H7J.
SHAPNEL'S furniihca' homtt. an
baacV Fhon Thopmsen. Balboa
1772.
Houses
FOR RENT: Nawty built tdaltt
living-ciinina room 2 bedroom
with modern closet. Maid". room
with asrvics. ling. 90 St. Eiit.
San Fransitcv da la Caiets. Pana Panama
ma Panama P. P. Call 2:1757 Panama.
Attar 6. JO p.m.
FOR RENT: Completely ur ur-nnhad
nnhad ur-nnhad concrete chalet. 2 bad bad-room.
room. bad-room. Road Pacing Paitilla Air
field 109. Call 3-0553.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Clean furnishes"
room in the belt residential Me Mellon,
llon, Mellon, near all bu stop. 43rd.
street No. 13.
SERVICES
3-mftiute car waih $1. rteem
cleaning of motor $5, waxing ot
cere 56. Auto-Bano, Trans-lith-mian
Highway near Sears.
1 Via Espafia
Tel. 3-0383
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cabinets or in any suitable
installation, coppertone fin-
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" Regular 595.00
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E "UEEPFREEZE" Chest type
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Regular $438.00
E Value for $325.00
Used "LEONARD" Electric
Rafts Apartment size. Four
I burners. Very little use. per per-I
I per-I feet condition.
Originally.... $225.00
Now $90.00
"MASTER GRANDE" Small
washing machine ideal for
diapers, handkerchiefs, chil children's
dren's children's clothing, etc.; never
used but shopworn.
Originally .... '$65.00
- Now. . .$25.00
1 Via Espana
Tel. 8-0383
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ATTENTION. O. I.I Jest bib)
modem fnrnlihed apartments, I.
2 bedroom, bat. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941
FOR RENT: Elegant luxurious
apartment, modern construction,
all convenience, residential sac sac-tor,
tor, sac-tor, two bedroom, sliding gla
deer, elevator service. Must be
ecn to be appreciated. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price Tell. 3-1107.
FOft RENT: On Automobiw
Row. modern 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with hot water $72.50.
Tel. 2-3233.
FOR RENT: On Automobile
Row modern apartment with hot
water. $50.00. Tel 2-3233.
FOR RENT: In "Riqui" build building,
ing, building, Ave. Joe Fee. de la Osa,
modern apartment, two bedroom,
living. diningioom. kitchen,
bathroom, balcony, clotett. hot
water, $72.50. Tel 2:3233 Yoh Yoh-ros
ros Yoh-ros house.
FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, kitchenette. 4th of July
Ave. Information 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Completely fur
nithed apartment, air-cendition-ad
bedroom, garage, living-dtn-ingreom,
office, hot water,
creened. Call 2-0326 and 3 3-1960.
1960. 3-1960. FOR RENT: I, 2 and 3 room
apartment. Near Ancen Bu
Stop, convenient for all Military
Personal. Phone 2-5174 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, very cool, hot water, one
bedrooni. Second street No. 1 1
Perryhill. Phone 3-2694 or 3 3-0533.
0533. 3-0533. FOR RENT: Apartment, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, dinette-kitchen. Darieit
atreet No. 14-21, next street
front 4th of July Avenue.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1952 Willy's Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, 2 door, radio, overdrive,
spoked hub cap, flood condition,
call 3369 U. S. Naval Radio
Station, Farfan, Cocoli 2396-D.
After 4:30 p.m.
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-Mynah, world's beat
tanking bird $75.00 a pair. Kit
foxes, live make, 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 tinted
ed tinted glass, radio, neater. $900.00.
Phone Cristobal 2889.
FOR SALE: 1947 Kaiser, good
body, good running condition.
Call Balboa 2-3419, bast offer.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Station
Wagon. 9 pats best affsr. 08 08-765
765 08-765 France Field.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet sedan
1956, radio, white tires, two two-tone,
tone, two-tone, no duty paid. Tel. 3-6068.
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the McLevy way. Bod; Manege,
Excerclsing Machines, Torklsk
hath. Trained operator tor ladies
and gentlemen. Get result.
MASSAGE -SALON
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Products
J. Armemena Ave. 33-41
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for rates and Information
TeL Panama t-05S3
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LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
$190.00
Fidanque Travel Service
Tel. S-I661
LEGAL NOTICE
UMTH STATES or AMERICA
Canal Ion
I'nltril Btatea Dbtrlet Court Far
to ownri of The Canal
Division of Balboa
Ceors Rumon. Plaintiff vs. laura
Kocilla Huaaon. Defendant. Summon
Case No. 4603 CivU Docket 1 Action
iwr aivorce.
To ttie above-nanf defendant:
Tfttl mrm hmkw mm.ImJ
anwvr the eemphiint riled m the
above-entitled action within ninety dm
after tiie first date of publication.
In ease of your failure to aa aonear
nwr. juoemem wiu Be taken
aaalnst you by default for the relief
dw(tt In the ramolalnt
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie r.
tVowe. udre. United Btn Diitriet
Court fnr the District of tho Canal
Zone, this November tS. 157.
C. T. McCernttck, Jr.
Clerk
(Seel)
By Less E.
Deputy Clark
Te Leure IobUIo Rueaasi:'
The foresnins? summons te
en you by aubtleotiea vureuant so the
oreer of rhe HonereM Guthrie T
Crowe. Jadee. lnttod Statee Dtatrle
Court fnr the Dttriet af the Can)
Zone, dated Woveniaei O. iftl. and m.
trrrA and fitd ta this ertinn In the
f ho Clrk a nnrtaa mm
rHtrV- rxuH r r rwiilea) of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, ea NovoaiHer.n. 1T.
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: By great popular
demand Lum's sale extended
until l 5th December. 30 oH.
Ave. Nacional (Auto Raw).
FOR SALE; Slightly used
"Hohner" accordion, 32 baas,
excellent Xma gift. Phone J J-0410
0410 J-0410 or 3-1259.
FOR SALE: Outstanding sslsc sslsc-tion
tion sslsc-tion of choice U. $. and European
Christmas ornaments, decoratiens
and lights far homes, store,
clubs and organisation. American
Supply Co. "J" St. 13-06.
FOR SALE: Young native Stal Stallion.
lion. Stallion. Approximately 1 1 hands,
saddle and bridle. Also available.
Balboa 6361 after 5:00.
FOR SALE: Hot Point fully fully-automatic
automatic fully-automatic washer, 60-cycle, good
buy. Sterling Silver Flatware,
Kirk "Repousse" Pattern. Phono
Curundu 4141 afternoon.
CONTRACTORS, BULIDERS For
septic tanks and water outlets
in general insist on Clayce terra
cotta pipes, specially mad for
such puspeses, and resistant te
compression and acid action. 4"x
12" pipes at 12 cant each.
FOR SALE: Sawing machine,
round bobbin, electric, table
model, button holer,, other at attachments
tachments attachments included. Excellent
condition. Panama 3-6288.
11 New Employes
Join Canal Rolls
During Last Month
Eleven employes,, three of them
from the United States, joined the
Panama Canal organization during
the last two weeks in November,
according to Information from the
personnel bureau.
The three employed In the United
States are Lester H.: Fennel, of San
Francisco. Cal.. meteoroloeist fn
Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch; John K. Rodes, of Mel
bourne, Fla., towing locomotive op
erator at Gatun Locks; and Sam Samuel
uel Samuel L. Wilson,, of Myra, Tex., loco locomotive
motive locomotive machinist in the Railroad
Division.
Four of the new employes, work
ed previously with the Canal organ
ization. They are Sami E. Far,
r .. ilI n, : I w'
uuaru ui wm leruiinais division,
Nelson A. Kraemer electronics
mechanic in the Electrical Divi
sion; Hazel M. McCullough, re
creation assistant m the Schools
Division; and Luke J. Snavely, gen general
eral general engineer in the Engineering
Division.
Other new employes hired local
ly were Rufus H. Burnette, towing
locomotive operator in the Locks
Division; Franklin H. Donickle.
electronics mechanic in the Elec
trical Division; Raymond W. Mat-
son, locks security patrolman; and
Jack E. Van Hoose, guard in the
Terminals Division.
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All Work" Guaranteed
CALL 2-2374
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Mahogany living-
room sots, upholttered. from
$98.00. Wrought Iran livingroem
set, $150.00. Beautiful sofa sofa-bed.
bed. sofa-bed. Damask upholstered. $125.
Mahogany diningroom sets, $65.
Modern China clasats, $85.00
DINETTE SETS, pastels colors,
$74.95. Carved double bads with
new mattress, $49.00. Helly
wood beds, complete, $50.00. ;
Bunk-beds, $39.00. Canapes,
complete, $29.50. Mahogany
wardrobe, from $35.00. Modern
couch-bed, $59.00. Modern van vanity,
ity, vanity, $38.00. Basket chairs, $9. $9.-95.
95. $9.-95. Small wrought Iron and fiber
tables, $12.00. We accept ins-i i
tallment plan, easy payments.
Heme delivery. HOUSEHOLD
EXCHANGE. National Ave. No.
41. Tel. 1-4911 3-7348. ;
FOR SALE: Fedd'e Chinse rug
2x3. Dowlton teapot, sugsr
creamer, toby fugs, Ivanings
2983. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Dining room, bod bod-room
room bod-room and' children furniture 08 08-765
765 08-765 Franca Field.
FOR SALE Beautiful 4-burner
Tappan ateve with light ; and
window, -flood condition, lew
priced. Call 3-1789.
2 Post Domeslics
Held On Charges
Of Grand Larceny
Two women employed as do domestic
mestic domestic on Army posts today
each faced the Balboa Magi Magistrate
strate Magistrate oa charges of grand lar
ceny. i
Dna rasa Involved the theft of
a $100 bill which was the prop property
erty property of an Albrook resident, Mrs.
Addle Hood. Charged with the
thtV was Doris B' Brown, a 20-
Whom $200 bail was set.. V
' Th HMnnrt msirl phnroM to
day-WAS" Aida c. Juarez IT. who
matf awinlmrut at Tit. Vnhhf. She
naatwtllir tank throe 20 bills from
her employer; Jacqueline Smith.
tjotn grana larcenies were con-
tln'nat' until Thnradaw morniTlir.
Rail nf 1flf was aef. for Aida
Juarez, and both women are In
jail In default of .posting bail.
Funeral Services
F6f-n;StHTlce:
TTunerar enrvtr wsre held vos-
telav afternoon in the Panama
Dtv Wmlvin Mnthndixt Church
for Mrs. Mary Jane Service, 69-
year-old Jamaican wno Qiea sat sat-ruday
ruday sat-ruday after a long illness.
Th snrvice was followed hx
burial in the Jardin de Pai Ce
metery.
Mrs. Service, a longtime resi resident
dent resident of Panama City, is survived
bv her hmband. Nathaniel; her
children, Hilda Service and Ivan
Gunning, and three grandchildren.

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1954 FORD VICTORIA :...V.'a. 1 1,200X0
1954 PLYMOUTH, Hardtop :...yJ. 1,200.00
1955 PLYMOUTH COUPE, Amotnitie V 1,400.00
1 954 PODCE CORONET, Automatic 1,000.00
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FOR SALI: 1MIM2 In Cert
Campane lot Ke. 517 at end Ca Calls
lls Calls Cera'inera. Close t the lnn
Tel. 1-1756.
nnws
The seniors elected their "hall
Oi iame" iast ween.
The following students; have, re received
ceived received tne Honorary positions in
uie ciass of isOot :;
All-around: Jackie Duns and
Don nyier; foimiar: 4uui )bar )bar-oara
oara )bar-oara auu jtlicKey LaVata; Uest
i.ooidng; Beity Crowe ana Larry
oiegeu .- Wiiuet: iiowi Attains nu
lorn ittcivewon; trieuaiiest:, Mine
crook ana mine aire, opeuctr;
Ota Uiincei: Doua Jouea auu
ueoige uaroieT Atnieud:. Ciiar Ciiar-ioiie
ioiie Ciiar-ioiie rlerr ana faruce1; Jttateman;
mobt ijuceiy. to aucree'a: Joau
uimpa anu Don nsnaei; Jiosi
inienectuai; uouy unan .ana ma ma-mew
mew ma-mew nunyadi; jtiost Xaieuted.'sue
iuaoel. anu Joe trower.
The Naval ROTC exam will be
giveu on aaiui y Dec. 14, in tne
ttnrary iroiu o.'ou. a.m. to u:i
p.m. one appoaitmem is maae to
a senior buy eacn year trom tne
Mr. Herr is again staging Ms
Chrisunas progiam at uic jaloua
meaier on ieu. ii at 8 p.m. au au-missioa
missioa au-missioa will oe oy ticket whicn
cau De secureu in the principal's
outce. iNo stuuems wui oe aumit aumit-tea
tea aumit-tea to this perioral ance.
On' Deer 10, all seniors will take
the .American council on. Educa Education
tion Education psychological test which, at attempts
tempts attempts ,to prtuict couege success.
- The National Honor ? Society
Sam oeia meir iau iniauauou on
iov. 13. The initiates' were: Mary
tiebert, Shiela r arbman, Virginia'
quiros. Frank Miller. Sandra Nel
son and Lynn Kaymona.it is an
honor to be a member of NHS,
out n uuces a steaoy a average
all through high scnool to be con considered.
sidered. considered. Freshmen, how is the
time to begin wonting towards IN IN-US
US IN-US and not wait till it's too late.
Carol Dimpfl has been elected
Christmas yueen of the Christ
mas lormai to fie held on ; Dec.
20. Incidentally Carol is also
chairman of the dance. From the
looks of the preparations the
dance will surely be a beautiful
and memorable occasion.
Mr. Musselman and the cast of
Mrs. McThina are to be congra
tulated on a fine. performance
which Was presented at Jadwin
Hall. It gave an excellent opportu opportunity
nity opportunity for students from freshman
up to Senior level to participate
in the play.
Well. Christmas holidays are
lust around the corner. Have, a
grand vacation and a Merry
Christmas and a Happy new Year
to ail.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
ORAWIR "A." OIAILO
OX I2tl. CRISTOIAU CXI
WANTED: Twa (2) uisd 60':
erele retrigerator, jeod, eondi- f
tien. Call Balboa 3 ISO or 2865.
POSITION WANTED: Certified
accountant, Bilingual, with
' knowledge of stenography and
general office practice desires
position, lox 406 1 Estaf eta Just Just-to
to Just-to Arosamena Panama. R. P.
2 Crand-Shovels.
Steel Barges Go
On Bidding Block
The USARCARIB property dis4
posal officer announces that invi invitation
tation invitation to bid for the purchase of
lour items 01 foreign excess per personal
sonal personal property will be opened in
the bid room, building 706, Coro Coro-zal
zal Coro-zal General depot at 9:30 a.m.,
Dec. 30.
The four items to be sold are
two citane shovels, located at
the, Engineer Base, and two 338 338-ton,
ton, 338-ton, 100-foot, Hon propelled steel
cargo barges. One barge, No. BC BC-1893
1893 BC-1893 is located at pier 20,- Balboa,
nit tVix. nha. No PfJI! im nf
dock 45,., Ft. davis.
The oroDertv may ; be inspected
between the hours of ,& : 30-11:30
a.m. and .1:00-3:30 p,m(l on week
days, except holidays, until the
day of the sale by contacting the
property 1 disposal iofficer at .tele .tele-nhone
nhone .tele-nhone sS-4149. i
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A- biddeposit ,if,.20 per, -cent, otpnV quadruplicate and will be re-

the total amount bid, in the form
of postal or express money orderf

NOTICE

HIELO SECO, S. A. i DRY ICE INC.
There will be a general meeting of STOCKHOLDERS
, on Wednesday, December 17, 1957 at 4 p.m.
at the plant.
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A novel contest that climaxed
a period of training for Canal
commissary employes In packing;
grocery shelves, held late last
month, ended In a dead heat for
the finalist teams representing;
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the Panama Canal Review re-
Atlantic Mside champions were
Osqar H. Blackman and Stella S.
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"sary. commls-"sary. Their opponents and Paci
fic side finalists were Aiionso.
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nessir neat-nessir ;. 4 ...
While one -teant won on the
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er. neater. With the contest ending in a
tie,' i all four contestants were
awairded prizes .of $7.50 each.
They had earlier won prizes of
$5 each for winning places for
the finals. ,v
Bulftt of the ".contest provided
that tfre women members of the
teams clean the shelves, with the
men hauling .the various un unopened
opened unopened cases of groceries from a
Hiotonfo of sn ft Ten differ
ent items of varying typs were
used for packing the display
shelves.
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acceotable to the contracting of
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The
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. For loitering underneath house
714, El Prado, near the Balboa
School, a 24-year-old ranama-
nionN torift-o-' wa sentencea io
anfinrt 10 davs In the Balboa Jail.
. -npfB-ndttnt. Enriaue Natarro
,.g annitfut hv thp school 1anl
tor wahdertK m tne vicinity au
reDorted the loiterer to police
who picked him up at 9 p.m. yes
terday.
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Magistrate's Court today was Au Au-uusto
uusto Au-uusto Outierrea who was found
guilty of drunken driving on
Brula Road. ( The ,26-year-old
Panamanian, was lined $100 and
sentenced; to: spend, live aays m
Tail. A bottle of. liquor found on
th front seat of his. car was
presented a evidence, in autu autu-tlofr.
tlofr. autu-tlofr. Outierrea waa fined $10 for
driving without a license.
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the case Of canosr vargas,
Panamanian charged with car
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the front of his station wagon.
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NEW YORK, Dec. 10

When aix mora imall uniona joined itriking motormen In their fight aKainitrdorriination ;;byha: giant Traiiaport
Workert Union. ;-. .'.U ':' - ' f-
f The city's Trantit Authority said tervice on the1 TWU -dominated Jnterborough" Rapid ? (Transit (IRT) tyetem
Was down to 33 per cent of normal it the beginning of the morning rush hour today. IRT lines had operated at 90
I per cent 'df, normal throughout the firstjay of the strike yesterday.; u : r 'S' r".' ,-:

Service on the Brooklyn-Mannanan l ransrt ( giyi i )

down to 25 oer cent this

On the Independent lines, stronghold of the striking

Police Investigated the posslbl
lit? of sabotage on a mishan un
def Pennsylvania, station .and
charges by non-strikers tnat
uif famines had been threat,
ened. ...-v '.
Anerv motormen, defying an
anti-strike injunction, crippled
tne city's 200-mne subway net
work with a walkout that clog.
d streets with bumoer-to-
bimper traffic, Jammed buses
ana nampered air ana ran on
erationa,
Merchants reported that an
expected big spurt in Christmas
shopping failed to materialize as
a result of both the strike and a
heavy rainstorm yesterday. Ab
senteeism was high, and the
commerce and industry Associa
tio?said stores orobablv never
would recover the business tney
lost in what should have been a
bumper December.
Schools oDened late and offi
ces shut down early to ease the
burden on the strained trans-
portaion system.
The strike against the nation'
largest munlcipally-owned trans
portation system began at 5 a.m.
yesterday, two nours after the
nresident of the Motormen's
Benevolent Association and three
other union: officials were sent
to iall ufor 10 dava for going
ahead with" strike plans despite
a .vear-oid; wunctlqn banning a
walkout
The union, attorney- suoported
the labor leaders' stand but op
posed the strike, which, was call called
ed called to protest plans for a system
wld collective baraainlna elec
tion1 among all the city's 35,000
mibwav workers.
The motormen's union wants
sole bargaining rights for tne
3iOY moiormen :on a crii union
basis. :
The' pepple of this city are
entitled to uninterrupted subway
service, and we intend td f give it
to- them, said cnane aiver aiver-son.
son. aiver-son. jranait x Authority, Chair-
man.-" ' v '!::rf"s'- ,.
:& threatened to fire all smfcr
eni who do not report for work;
tomorrow. '
Frank Zolano. executive secrer
tarv of. the motormen's union,
replied:1
!'We consider, it dangerous for
persons to ride on the trains to
day very dangerous wnur
Weather Or Not I
This weatnw report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
U prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorolo-rical
rical Meteorolo-rical and. Hydro grp ht e
Branch of the Panama Canal
Compaayt
: Balboa Crlst6bal
TEMPERATURE:
High
Low
88
71
83
'71'
HUMIDITY:
High . .
Low
93
63
81
74
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-23
N-23
.63
RAIN (inches) .02
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82
81
WEDNESDAY, DEC.
11
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6:14 a.m. 0:11 a.m.
6:48 p.m. 12:32 p.m.
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LAST DAY!
1:15, 2:48, 4:46, 6:44, 8:55 pjn.
SHOULD THERE BE
FORGIVENESS FOR A
WIFE WHO STRAYS?
M-GUTs Scorching ThrOlerl
"ibssuami.
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frrrn Of

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morning, the transit 'authority
Qualified motormen are off the
Police joined Transit Author!
ty, 6f f Icials In" investigatinc Lbe
naiwna; or an express warn un under
der under Pennsylvania Station; r
The wheels suddenly locked,
ana investigators 'found a nana
brake in one car bad, been, pull pulled
ed pulled closed. It took 25 minutes to
Ret tne' train- underway.
TWo minor mishaps also' were
reportea, one involving two emn.
ty cars and the other involving
one train ramming another. A
motorman was Injured slightly
In the first accident. No injuries
were, reported in the i second.
Both were blamed on wet tracks.
Express tram .'were eliminat
ed on most Uhes. Local trains
were so, jammed tnat some stops
were made without taking on
passengers. ,;
Anprv Aubwov rnmmiifjrt tvVm
naa paid tneir 15 cents and in insisted
sisted insisted on riding, crammed their
way into cars, sometimes elimb elimb-ine
ine elimb-ine through windows. Workers
who drove instead ot talcing
their usual subway rides wound
up fn traffic jains that delayed
tnem up to tnree hours, s ; t
Airplane departures were de
layed because .buses carrying
passengers from the cltv to the
airports were tied up in traffic.
Buses that usually take 35
minutes to make the 20-mlle
drive to Idlewlld Airport scent
nearar two. ana a ; naif nours
crawling through traffic The 27-
mile ride to LaGuardla Airport
was 8tretcned to two Hours.
. The New York Central Rail Railroad
road Railroad .disrupted, its schedules to
make special stops in the Bronx
on the way into the city, to pick
up siranaea suDway naers. t
Taxis onerated as buses. dIcx-
ihr up all the oasseneers they
could carry, P. ;,
bTnomas jeirerson Miiey, exe executive
cutive executive vice nresideht of th Com
merce and industry' Association,
said the strike might cut busi
ness-py mora than 50 per cent. ?
"It's going to be disastrous far
a lot of children who. are looking
for Santar Claus," Miley said.
"That's .th saddest thing ? :"'
union presiaent Tneodore.
(Teddv) Loos. 45. ran the strike
from his Jail cell.-He sent out
word to "keen 'em shut down
until ; we get ot." '
Union members responded by
vowing to sSay off the job "tall
Teddy gets 'ouj, PtJail
Due Jan. 4; Crews
On 24-Hour Basis
' Pacifie Locks overhaul will
start on Jan. 4 a Saturday-4t
was disclosed by the Panama
Canal Review. First, big caissons
are to be sunk at the upper end
of the west lane of Miraf lores
Locks to block off the flow of
water. Next the chambers will be
drained.
Work will start in earnest two
days later. Until it is completed
next July, the Pacific locks will
operate on a 24-hour basis. Locks
forces at all locks will, work a
six-day week.
The overhaul of the west
chambers is scheduled for com completion
pletion completion wlthm seven weeks. Fol
lowing this, the east chambers
at Miraflores will be emptied and
overnauied. This will require six
weeks.
When work In all Miraflores
cnamoers is finished, the center
wall culvert there will be emp
uea and overnauied and the
overhaul of the east chamber at
Pedro Miguel Locks will be un underway
derway underway at the same time. ...
It will be during this period
from about March 23 to April 23.
when the canal will be at its
minimum capacity of 25 lockages
with two daylight clear cut
transits a day.
With extra crews and over
time, the capacity could be step
ped up to 30 lockages a day.
Tnis nnase ef the work is
scheduled for completion within.
about one montn time. Follow
ing this, the overhaul of the west
cnamber at Pedro MigueL re
quiring six weeks, will be done.
and una will be followed by tne
last job, that of overhauling the
center-wall culvert at Pedro Ml-
ruel which will reauire about one
month, v -.
The same one ratine plan will
be used on the Pacific aide as
that at Gatnn Locks when they
were -overhauled two years ago.
xne modifications of tne Paci
fic Locks for the pew system of'
ODeratlons. during overhaul are
toeing completed this month by
Maintenance Division forces. Tne
work remaining, of a minor na nature,
ture, nature, will be done after the lock lock-chambers
chambers lock-chambers or center-wall culverts
are empty. ; 1

- cripp(ed tubway ytem was

line, esitmaxea ai ou per ceni
laid.

splinter yniona, only an. occasional train was, running.

Extra Cops, Ticket Sellers On Duty
At Railroad Statiotis To Handle Mobs

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Extra police' and ticket sellers
were assigned to Grand Central
.Terminal and Pennsylvania ena
tion todav to keep commuters
stranded by the subway strike
from reneating yesterday's rush-:
Hour mos tactics.
About 35.000 midtown worxers
Wh,o normally ride the subways
swept UHO Wic two Dbauuns riu1
lv last night in the hope of jam
thing on to the s trains of three
railroad lines serving suburban
communities. ;
Some never made it. and oth
ers- were shoved onto the wrong
trains by the sheer momentum
of moving flesh.
At the Peak of the rush on the
Long; Island Railroad platforms,
on man could be heard calling
t-nent.edl v. "No. .no. I don't want
to maxe mat iram. me. crowu
carried him along anyway.
The station jams were caused
by subway commuters who were
attempting to get alternate tram
transnortation t- to the Bronx,
lower Westchester County and
Queens. ',
So many were trying to board
trains without tickets that all, rail
line hurt tn.makn a tlcket-in-
hand a requirement for passing
the platform gates. '; ;
"it wm pe imoossiDie iof you
to Secure tickets tonight," a po-
licii announcement kept Dooming
out in penn jstatiprt. "We would
suggestlyoii leave the station as
soon as possible," ;.s; i
Theierowds naW no attentforii
Soon there- were 70,000 on the
s3
Seven babies were bora at Coco
Sole Hospital during the week end ending
ing ending at midnight Wednesday, ae ae-cordine
cordine ae-cordine to the regular Hospital re
port. Curing the same period, 62
patients were admitted ana ez were
discharged. v.v.; ; xt v, ..
The names and. addresses of the
parents of the babies follow: M M-Sgt.
Sgt. M-Sgt. and Mrs. William Mandrell,
of Fort flhurck,, daughter; SgL and
Mrs. Armando Vega, ef Coco Soil-
to, son; Mr. and Mrs. Reginald
Wilfeins. of Colon, dauehter: Mr.
and Mrs. Humberto Valencia, of
Colon, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Clare nee Robinson, of uoion,
daughter; Sgt. and Mrs. Joe E.
Hester, of Coco Solito, son; and
Mr. and Joseph Dyer, of cauva;
son.
Rep. Sullivan Due
To Leave Islhmus
By Platne Tonighl)
: Rep. Leonor K. Sullivan (D-Mo.,
wbe heads the Panama Canal Sub Subcommittee
committee Subcommittee of the House Merchant
Marine and Fisheries Committer',
is to leave by plane tonight after
spending the past two weeks on
the Isthmus with her Subcommit Subcommittee.
tee. Subcommittee. ;- "V- "
Two members of the group, Rep.
Alfred E. Santangelo D-N.Y.), and
Rep. Timothy P. Sheehaa (R-H1.).
have already left, and two are to
sail tomorrow afternoon on the
Panama liner CristobaL The lat
ter two are Robert J. Mcintosh;
(D-Mich.), and Vincent J. Deuay
(d-nj.). ,4. ; :
Two of the congressmen. Reps.
John J. Allen (ROalif ). and WU WU-liam
liam WU-liam S.' Maillard, (R-Calif.), are
planning .to go to the West Coast
from here before returning to
Washington. . r ;
w' B. Wlnfield. clerk of the
House Merchant Marine and Fish-'
eries Committee, is to leave to
night or tomorrow by plane for the
States, while Charles B. Holrfein,
assistant to Congresswomaa Sum-,
van, will sad tomorrow oa tne
CristobaL,;. ;. : i
The Subcommittee spent a busy.
tea days after their arrival here on
Thanksgiving Day. T&ey conclud concluded
ed concluded the principal part ef their offi official
cial official business on. the Isthmus last
Friday with a flight ew the pro
posed Nicaragua, canal route.
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virtually parftlyitd tdday

ot rrormai y wpraaj wts

lower! Long Islahd Railroad level'
and 60,000 on the Iqwer.ramp kai
Grand Central, i. 1 ?
Temperatures in the terminal!
rosequicklyahd o did tempers.
Eteryone. including .the police,
complained about "how hard it -is
to get your bwath,f,
h A man identified as Henry B.
Roters,. 55 pf Floral Park, N.Y.:
collapsed and died, apparently of
a heart attack, near a track gate
at She Long Island station. He
wak the, only known fatality butj
police sald,.it, was a miracle.
AFCE Voting
Up To Saturday
ForNewSlat
;- .-;:,:.::t ,-.
.Ballets-which btre been sent
to ,aBv members of Lodge 14, of
the American Fedewition of Gov Government
ernment Government Employes will be count counted
ed counted Saturday at the Balboa Serv Service
ice Service cteteri. -..v-.fcvti..
"Aieclrdirtg: to thv, propoaed
slate' etflcera, R. M: 'L6veady
was -proposed for, president, and
WHHarjtTaylor as first vice-pres-identa;,j:.i
; '.,; ;
?if ; reelected, thlAilll mart
Lovelady's llth term aa AFQH
presldeit,;;''-' -f ;
; : )eadne -lor thV ret of lh
ballots ft, 10 a.m. ori Saturday. ,i
; Installation of new offlcei

wiu. ne; ei:oa rjec. ip.,,
(Utt ftUL
TODAV. i .7S .40
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WE j and THUR. fo
America's teew boy friend in
nis first motion oieture
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With TERRY, MOORE
;. JANET GATNOR
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