The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Local 900 Seeks Residents' Needs In...

Low Cost Housing

For

Local

Local-rate union, members who want to own their
own homes in the Republic of Panama through the un union's
ion's union's low-cost housing project, should start advising Local
900 officials of their interest and their specific housing
needs.
The cost of houses with lands, which ara being offer offer-ed
ed offer-ed to union members wljl range from below $3000 to a
maximum of $5000, it was revealed today.
In order to work out the housing program, "the union
must know exactly what type of houses their members
want, Harold W. Rerrie, president of Local 900, said
today. ,:

He added that they have receiv
ed word from International Presi
dent Arnold S. Zander, ol the A
merican Federation of State, Conn
tv and Municipal Employes, that
the project is "nearing the stage
of Teality."
"Consequently," Rerrie said,
"in -order lor local union officials
to get together with representa
tivcs nf Transamerican Industries,
the firm sfheHulpri to build the
hnnsps it will be necessary for
the nninn to know exactly how
many people are interested in tak
ing advantage ottne program,
and the she of the houses they
need." ;
Th unln hMdquirttn In
$hioton recently appraviHi
Hrait which will bring
W-cost housing t many locaU
(.nv.rnnMht or it iigncif In-;
th tanal 2on. V ,.
Certain sites on bom xne Auan-
4i onrf Par-ifin idp,:of the ISUl-
mus have .already been selected
by Transamerican ndustnels re
presentativesiwho were here sev
eral monms ago.
Union officials pointed out today
Leaving Accident
On Tivbli Avenue
Nets $15 Fine
A man who left (he seems of an
accident to get a mechanic to iix
his lauity brake today, was fined
$15 by trebMagistrate
Juan Batet, a 50year-old Pana Pana-manian,
manian, Pana-manian, pleaded guUty to the
charge ol failure to report an ac:
cident which occurred on Tivoli
Avenue last week.
He claimed his main concern,
sfter his tar banged into the rear
bumper of another vehicle, was
to go ior a mechanic.
"Did you tell the woman of-the
other car your name?" asked the
JuHm
"Nn he reo.ied. "I left because
the woman got so excidted, even
thougn 1 ofiered to nave ner car
fixed at a repair shop in Pana Panama."
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The rear bumper was broken
nQ the tail pipe of the woman's
car was pushed in by the a c c i i-dent,
dent, i-dent, police reported.
Batet apparently disengaged
her car's bumper from his car,
and drove up W roau be ore he
realized he had no brakes. He a
bandoned hifr car on the right
side of the road and waiked into'
Panama to get a mechanic. About
an hour later, when he returned,
he found police On the scene 'in 'investigating
vestigating 'investigating the accident. The' worn worn-a
a worn-a if claimed the driver crashed in into
to into her car, and then leit without
waiting for police' ...'
"I don't think we should bother!
the police about his," he was re reported
ported reported as having told the woman.
Said the Judge before fining Ba Batet:
tet: Batet: :- : : t. - -.
"I am iot going to be too severe
in this matter as there seems to
have been some misunderstand-
Batet said he would, pay for
damages to the vehicie.
Ouster Of.Zhukov
Start Of Shakeiips,
Says. London Pa p e r
LONDON, Oct. 28 (UP) The
uster of Marshal Georgi Zhiikov
as Soviet Minister, uf Defense
Is but the first of roauy forth com-
in? fnakeups in tne Soviet hierar hierar-.
. hierar-. ehy. a British diolomat tn Uoarnw
was quoted as sayini today.

Uk xoaoir uauy Express ttrtH

leunt of Patricia SmyUte. whe
speke with the unidentified diple
mai py pnone, sain n tow heel ;
that "many more political chang V
mix J expected soon."

-raters
that as soon as they are able to
determine how many houses are
to be built, interested people .'will
he able; to inspect the sites;
They added, that they Jiave al already
ready already requested specific costs for
each type of house with land from
the International iMon headquar
ters in Washington, and stated that
this information should reach the
Isthmus later this week.
Meanwhile Rerrie is urging em-
oloves to contact' their local union
offices in Ancon -and Cristobal in
Jtrder to list their preferences.
Army 'Copier flies
Sjck Darien GW
A TTnitffd CtMs 'ArtviV 4i1imnflpr
flew a sick Panamanian firl fromij?
La Palma in the.'Danen province
into Tocunien Airport Saturday.
She was picked up there hy an
ambulance from Santo T o m a s
Hospital in Panama.
Maria Perei, reported suffering
from a septic abortion complicat
ed by peritonitis, was evacuated
from the Interior loliowitig a re
quest through diplomatic channels
to the Rescue Coordination Center
at Albrook.Air Force Base la t e
Saturday morning. :-l
An H-ls helicopter from the
937th Engineer Company (Aviation.
LAGS) from Fort Kobbe was dis
patched with an L-39 airplane fly
ing. "cover." The helicopter was
piloted by Captain Eldon O. Bas
ham with Lt. Edward J. Davis
flying as co-pilot. The L 19 was pi
loted by Lt. Jack D. Joiner.
When the aircraft arrived at To-
cumen at 2 p.m. Saturday, it was
met bv an ambulance from San
to -fomas and (the sick girl was
taken to the hospital.
German Scientist
Sees Light Power
For Space Ships
FRANKFURT, Oct. 28 CUP)
A West German scientist said the
space ship of the future may use
light rays to power it in explora exploration
tion exploration of space.
Dr. Burkhard Heim of Goettin-
gen here, said he can prove the I
al rocket fuels with light rays.
He said construction of machines
able to change light rays into
mechanical power already is un
der way.
: Such a conversion' will let a
space ship explore the universe
without needing to store the rock rocket
et rocket fuels of today. At the same
time, he said, the speed of a space
ship will be limited.

NeverMind, Next Time You May See
Real Sputnik Zip Across CZ Skies

;' Are yen a Sputnik-spotter? Or have you given up sky.
watching since the Russian satellite has stopped her beep beeping?
ing? beeping? V -" - --
"V Well, there's at least ene alert citisen -1 a Canal em em-j.
j. em-j. ploye who caUed in bis report that at -11:39 .m. yester yester-dar
dar yester-dar he saw Somethinr that looked like a big flow tra-
veiling In the sky in a westerly direction.
I saw it for about a minute-and-a-half last night
although it was pretty dark,' the astute astronomer report;
ed. "I'm auite sere It was Sputnik." v
A therongh check with Canal star-gaiers, whe said their ;
bserratorr was not open, seemed te indicate that neeedy
bat nobody saw friend Sputnik, last night. Except this
one citizen.
The Air Force added its ebservatien today. Seems like,

they send weather b&lloons
loons nave lights en them (to
and yep, these balloons travel

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GUN EXAMINED Ballistics expert Shelly Bravermann (right) js-shown here as he exam examined
ined examined the Schmeisser machlnegun with which President Remon was assassinated. Looking on
are Secret Police Chief Hector Valdes, Judga Fernandez ParrUla and Carcel Modelo warden
Ma, Jose M. Pinilla.

Balboa Candidates Toss Hats In Ring
For Seats On Pacific Civic Council
ELECTIONS we have, all around us. For lack of heaved tomatoes, rotten eggs, ex-stupid
utterance and beating of venal breasts you might not have noticed that the. Canal Zone
electorate is invited to troop to the polls Nov. 5. One town a day, we will present the list of
candidates you may hail or revile, according to such whims as may assail you in the polling
booth. Party lines are difficult to draw owing to all candidates having adopted" the same
slogan: "One dazed voter is the fair chare quota."

Balboa
(Three councilman and thme al
ternates to be eletfted).
ruisi e ila.k. no sum
Civil J&ng(n.er, Lngineenng di division
vision division j! A,
Registered professional engineer
30 years on istnmu&
RHill Job
On Pacific Civic Council lor ma
ny years president ior two
vears
Chairman of working sub-committee
of Governor's recreational
facilities study
Worked on many Fourth of July
committees
Member of Diablo Camera Club,
Pedro Miguel Gun Club, member
and' .past presides of Natural His-
hory Society
f Member ot usca, Amaoor t,oii
Club! -Society of American Milita Military
ry Military .Engineers, Panama and Canal
Zone Auto Club,, and Society of
Professional Engineers
Has served on various civic
councils
Member of first Cristobal coun council
cil council organized in 1937
Member Employes' Group
Health and Hospitalization (Board
Bov-Girls State. Boy and liiris
Scouts. also various patriotic and-
or charitable drives and cam
paign! occurring durmg past ju
vers
Author of magaine articles on
various engineering and construc construction
tion construction projects in Canal Zone and
Middle East
LAWRENCE W. CHAMBERS
Safetv Representative, Marine
Bureau and Safety Inspector, Locks
Division, Pedro Miguel lacks
On Isthmus 17 years
Was .first Commodore of Gatun
Yacht Clun and is now a member
of the Balboa Yacht Club
JOSEPH EBDON
Operations Supervisor, Miraflo-
Lres Locks
Born on Isthmus
On council as alternate one year
HARRY ECOLF
Housing Manager, Balboa
40 years on Isthmus
Former member. of Civic Coun
cil in Gamboa and Margarita
ROBERT HSRR
Administrative Aid to the Direc
tor orf Posts
On Isthmus 22 years
One year on Pacific Civic Coun
at night, yep, end these bal-
help check wind Telocity)
threngh the sky.

Worked on bonk drive during
MRS. PAT (WILLIAM t.)
LB BRUN
' Housewife
Secretary of Pacific
i"C-uoun-
en ior inree years
JACK F. MORRIS
Police -Instuctor In service
training for members of Police
Division oh both sides of the Isth
mus
Came to Isthmus when 8 months
old :
ft in World War I and return
ed in 1931 during construction of
Madden Dam
Two years on Civic Council
Active in fraternal work
Works with Boy and Girl Scouts
advisor on camping committee
of Girl Scouts and on Advance Advancement
ment Advancement Committee "for Boy Scouts
of Isthmus
Has worked with Boys' State
OTIS MYERS
Estimating engineer in Engineer
ing Division
On Isthmus '25 years
Active in fraternal organizations
Civic Council member for about
10 years
Member of local chapter of At
merican Society ot, Civil Engi Engineers
neers Engineers Member of "USCA, Natural His
tory Society, Isthmian Historical
Society, and Society for Preserv-
vation and Encouragement of Bar
bershop Quartette Singing in A A-merica.
merica. A-merica. SAMUEL ROE, Jr.
r-rnpi Zone Police officer
Was born here
... council five years
President of Pacific Civil Coun.
cil two years
Scoutmaster for Boy Scouts -Active
in fraternal work
MAX M. SCHOCH
Foreman, .Roa4 Construction,
Asian Flu Claims
Nearly 400 Victims
In United Stales-
NEW YORK. Oct. 28 (UP)
Nearly 400 Americans have died
of Asian flu and its complications,
including an .18th, victim it tile
Pennhurst School for Mentally Re
tarded Children, near Philadelphia,
a count showed today.
New York State reported 125
flu-caused deaths, "ind Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania 70 to account for nearly half
of the total across the country.
deaths, California 3?, Louisiana II,
Illinois 20, Ohio It. Iowa 13. Utah
and Wisconsin 11 each. Colorado
10, Hawaii 9,. Kentucky C, Connec Connecticut
ticut Connecticut 5, Indiana 4, New Jersey X
and Arizona. Maine. Minnesota.
Oklahoma, Oregen, Washington and
the District of Columbia 1 evhi
The, nation's deadliest flu epide
mic, at toe Penhursr school claim
ed two .more lives during the
weekend to boost the toll there to
18. The latest victims were an 11-.
year-old. boy and- a 21-rear old
Dr. Leopold Potkonskl P e 1-
hurst superintendent, said 23 in inmates
mates inmates and 46 attendants still were
sick 'with the Cu.

Maintabance Division
Her since 1940
Twovear on Pacific Civic Coun

cil j
tfctiv Tin fraternal work
."In.fea
Memfle;
GottCluh
Pleads
For Aged Islander;
Case Is Dismissed
The grandson of an elderly
citizen of Martinique who was
charged with driving with a
faulty license, appeared in the
Balboa Magistrate's Court today
to represent his grandfather.
The defepdant, Pauliny Mon Mon-soreau,
soreau, Mon-soreau, 71 was driving on Balboa
Road without wearing his glass glasses,
es, glasses, according to police. Ball of
$10 was set in the case, but the
elderly resident of New Arraijan
failed to appear in court Friday.
His license was valid only when
he was wearing glasses.
Today his teen-age grandson
came before tne Magistrate to
explain that Monsoreau had
suffered a stroke and was un
able to come to court.
The arresting officer testified
that Monsoreau was driving
recklessly on Balboa Road, and
the policeman at first thought
tne driver was intoxicated. After
speaking to the defendant he
realized that this was net the
case, but that the driver could
hardly see.
The policeman added that ac
tion will be taken to see that
Monsoreau's license Is revoked
because of his faulty vision.
The case was dismissed, but
bail of $10 was forfeited.
Beautiful Formosans
Rush To Gel Jobs
As Paris Saleswomen
TAIPEI, Oct. 2 8 (UP) A
Chinese businessman in Paris
who wants to hire 10 Chinese
sales gtrls with a "beautiful fig figure"
ure" figure" is being swamped with
anxious females..
They all have the figures and
most meet his other requirements
too Engnsh speacing, unmar
ried and between the ages of
20 and 25.
The unidentified Chinese mer merchant,
chant, merchant, who says he owns a. busi
ness and a restaurant In Paris,
is offering' the girls three year
contracts, at $100- monthly plus
free boarding and clothes.
. The Formosa employment
rui dance center said ft was
flooded with shapely females a
few hours after Chinese papers
printed the story Saturday.
.' Many or tne mm snowed up
In akin-tlght Chinese gowns witu
high allta in the skirts.
. About 30 f trla made written
applications with pictures
Several photos showed the appli applicants
cants applicants in plunging necklines.
- All of the girls who made writ written
ten written applications had had college
background - . 1

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Witness Sticks By Version
Of Pre-Assassination Talk

Ruben O. Miro. accused of the machineaun assassination of President Josi Ra

mon, today denied a witness's story that Miro had told him in advance of a plot to kill

Kemon.
Architect Eladio Perez

tion he had made Jan. 8, 1955, six days after Rem6n's slaying, to the effect that Mir6
had told him beforehand of assassination plot against the President.

Mir'o made his denial when, at the request of special prosecutor Luis C. Abra Abrahams,
hams, Abrahams, he was brought before Perez Venero in front of the jury so that tne conflicting
stories might be repeated live and direct. i
Other witnesses this morning included members of Remon's bodvauard at the Jua

Franco race track assassination.

- Miro denied Perez Venero'S charge that he had sum summoned
moned summoned the architect to his office and asked him to find
out if political leader Norberto Navarro- had one or two
machineguns which he needed for a coup of which the
first step was the "elimination of Remon:"
The alleged triggerVnan, who is conducting his own
defense, had stated in testimony rendered in 1955, that
it was Perez Venero who had come to him- to request his
cooperation in a plot being niasterminded by Navarro,
who alleged had a large quantity of arms.

After having the two conflict
lng statements read, Prosecutor
Abrahams called for a confron confrontation
tation confrontation of Miro with the witness
for the benefit of the court and
the iury.
The request was granted and
chJtert:WhOi:'artfik'r-'b
confrontation to begin, Mird
smiled broadly as he started
intently at Peres Venero, who
did not etare back.
Miro said he could not have
considered making any sort of
plot with Kavarro because he
was somewhat an enemy or tne
DoIitlcaL leader, havine confis-
cateq;tnrough the courts a
printing press that Navarro was
using to put out an opposition
newspaper.
Miro added that he had filed
the suit against Navarro at the
request of the late President Re Remon.
mon. Remon. During the confrontation, Pe Pe-reze
reze Pe-reze Venero was accused by Miro
of being the leader of a secret
leftist group known as ARI,
meaning "Acclon, Revolution
and Independence."
He added that Perez Venero
had come to his office to ask
him to Join the organization but
that he laughed at the idea be because
cause because he has never been a com communist
munist communist or sympathized with left leftist
ist leftist ideas.
Miro also said the ARI group
practiced shooting in Pacora.
The architect denied an tne
charges and pointed out that he
couldn't have been present in
November, 1954, at a meeting
between Miro, Navarro and an
other man at the Panama Rid
ins: club because he was In Te
gucigalpa, Honduras, at the
time,
Miro described Perez Venero
as the right hand man of Na Navarro,
varro, Navarro, and when the confron confron-,
, confron-, tation was over and Miro was
able to- cross-examine the ar architect,
chitect, architect, he asked t'hether it
was true that Perex Venero bad
received an $8000 reward for
his charges against Miro and
that he stood to receive an-

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CONFRONT ATIOV Alleged triggcrman Ruben o. Miro Oft) face his accuser architect
Eladio Peres Venero right at Judse Angel Vitelio de Oracia isecond Irons left) and mem-
bers of the tunr look on. Court secretary Jo as rx Castolio appears vith back im earner, '-

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Venero in the witness chair
other reward if he (Miro) Is
convicted.
Perez Venero said he dirt re-
ceive $3500 reward but that' he
had not made his statements
implicating mem; tar piotrwith
that, tmdS J.yjJ: -.
got $350(1 and he ended the
cross-questioning fay saluting
the architect and b o w i ng
gracefully to presiding: Judge
Angel Vitelio de Gracia.
Miro sounded at times as If
he was sobbing as he spoke. This
was probably due to a blow Mi
ro said he received this morning
when the police vehicle in which
he was being brought to the
trial collided with another ve vehicle
hicle vehicle and he was struck on the,
throat.
While cross-examining one of
the late President's bodyguards,
Miro walked over to Abrahams
and asked him if he could have
one of the lozenges the prosecu prosecutor
tor prosecutor had dn the desk in front of
him. Abrahams agreed and Mi Miro
ro Miro opened the can and bowed po
litely as he voiced his thanks.
Miro bowed nonchalantly again
shortly afterwards as he ap approached
proached approached detective Herman Har Harding,
ding, Harding, one of the bodyguards, in
order to cross-question him.
Harding gruffly said: "Just
a minute; this man (pointing
to Miro) ju winked at me."
To Miro he said," "I am not a
friend of yours."
Miro apologized, bowing. He
said he had done it because he
had known Harding for a long
time, but that he didn't think
for one minute that the body bodyguard
guard bodyguard had come to the court courtroom
room courtroom to testify on his (Miro's)
behalf.
Harding's testimony that he!
fired two shots from a machine-
gun and. two more rrom a .32
caliber revolver on the night of;
the assassination, .brought a re
quest from District Aitorney
Francisco Alvarado Jr. for a bal ballistics
listics ballistics test of the revolver used
by Harding.
A'varar'o -"'id he requested

Stay

today confirmed the rfeoosf-

the test in order toxestablish
whether it had been' a bullet
from that gun which had. killed
former swimmer Danilo Sousa,
one of the three men killed at
the race track; along with Pres President
ident President Remon. ( ',
An autopsy on Sousa had re revealed
vealed revealed that Sousa was hit by
both a .32 and a .45 bullet,.
Other witnesses tQ ippear this
morning were detectives- Tom
as (Bolo) Royal and Marcelino
de Obaldia, and Jose del C..E C..E-chevers.
chevers. C..E-chevers. ,. "lr ,7
Yesterday, report by AmerK,
can -ballistic expert Shelley
Bravermann of Athens,' N.f ..
Wa infrodueed n y Wnnce et
Hie reqmr of -defense counsel
Or, Felipe Juan: 6eeber. The
J- Bra vermann ha jnspectetf she
bullets) cartridge cases ad cart-'
ridges which are' government ex- "v
hibits.'
On. the basis of this, the exnert

reported that two Schmeisser sub
machineguns and one 42. caliber
pistol were fired into th .Tni.,
Franco clubhouse when Remon
was assassinated.
Braverman also Pa v th mtinmn

that one of the Schmeisnpr hnitoa v

iuuiiu in me presidential tax was :
fired from the direction of the
stewards' stand, J 4'
The stand was diagonally across '"
from the spot behind a hedge on,
the clubhouse lawn where the as- 9
sassin has been alleged1 to have
opened fire.
The government has contended
that only one Schmeisser was us-1
ed in the slaying). ti
Bnvwminn', report laid the
shirt worn by President Remon
when he was kiltod showed we
ho'os, but only one bullet was
submitted in evidence at having
been removed from the tody.

When this was read to the
court, District Attorney Francisco
Alvarado Jr. objecting, saying the
shirt had .only one bullet hole
when he inspected it shortly after
Remon was slain. ...
The court directed that both
prosecution and defense appoint

one expert each to determine if

Dotn noies were caused by buUets.
Luis A. Gonzalez, ballistics ex-r
pert of the Panama Secret. Police
was called and cross Questioned
by both prosecution and defense,
Gonzalez said examination at
the Schmeisser found in the Mire
home showed the bullet which kill
ed Remon -was fired from that
gun.
Gonzaltz also identified e buK buK-let
let buK-let removed from swimmer Da Da-(Continued
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I'm wring to write a list of excellent and extremely favorite
TV programs which just aren't shown any more, to the chagrin
and disloDGintmen of many families down here on the isthmus.
A Seat favorite everywhere is the fascinating and inoma inoma-tive
tive inoma-tive Medic. We haven't seen that program on Monday night at
o n'rlor-lc for many months.
The Wds love Roy Rogers and miss this early-evening treat

Highway Patrol is sadly missed, as are the favorites Big
Tcwn and Dragnet f woro lftt, from our en

tertalnment is not difficult to figure out, but I'll go into that
Few eood programs of widespread interest are now shown
- .5 j tv nraacpH-oiit. international affairs dis-

cushions and political arguments are forced upon us at a time of
day when the chore, of regular living are fraught with normal
interruptions which prevent concentrated attention.
We are awfully tired of the stupid and commercial-charged
Eddie Fisher and Patti Page shows.
How about devoting the program (after the Armed Forces
Hour) to the children for two hours? Lately we've thrilled at
the Hopalong Cassidy show, presented by the Trader Dick pro program
gram program Thank.- a let the other Trader Dick program and that
6 Tt Kit Trim onrl .Terrv was ridiculed

even by the children for whom it was meant. I presume It was

meant for tnem.
Alon" about this time I must assure you that I am aware
the TV setup down here is presented exclusively by and for the
AmcomeottSit boys you haven't done a very efficient or com-
- rrtr j-ionrfiino oithor mpchfinirallv or in the im-

portant job of consistently procuring and presenting the fayo-

rite- bie programs raeuuwica uue, wu.u xv '"o
States can count on at the appointed program time. Who s being
. .. ... ji -J tha TV staffO

lazy on me uiuuuig cnu w "u" ...
We used to have to view repeats by the dozen, but I see that

problem has improved somewnai. ouu wny uu wc mv
old. films? The commercials give them away.
I know the boys must have experience in this and that, but
Jet the experienced and competent handle our TV presentation.
Ther is entirely too much One Moment Please while some
youngster messes around trying to fix the audio, or the film it itself.
self. itself. Anyway that's the impression given. This too-frequent
breakdown in TV tells us a lot
Local programs have not been too successful. Best judges,
of this are the housewives and small fry who groan in despair
at what has been presented in this line to date.
' Why not save the international grief and strife discussions
till 10 o'clock at night? That is the silent and witching hour
for tense thought and tajk. Let's have a real salesman and go go-getter
getter go-getter in charge of our entertainment. Find him, and then
watch him get back all our favorite programs.
There's no reason for the disappointing neglect m the reg-
.i -.., ) v. Kpct anrl mncf nnmilar nrnCTamS. When

I inoulred about Medic, a lad from CFN told me "They JusC did

nat mail the mm irom XNew iu. uueon n, ncor mijiunoii.
enouch to get what you order? What the TV setup Is crying for
is a crew of efficient, conscientious livewires. Looks as if civil civil-Ian
Ian civil-Ian professionals would bear a tryout In all categories.
To be nasty or nastier, the same applies to traffic control on
all the posts and civilian reservations. I hear that if you're stop stopped
ped stopped for some minor reason or another the MPs tell you that "if
it happens again" they'll call in the Canal Zone Police. Such
lias not been my experience.
That's another issue however, which will be presented by
someone else at a future time.
The "kids" looked iorward to the Buccaneer on Thursday
night and the program's absence caused great disappointment.
Along about now someone at CFN-TV or thereabouts will
seethe with hostility and defensive disapproval at what I have
written thus far. Disregarding the obnoxious fact that the pro programs
grams programs are presented for the Armed Forces exclusively, I'll just
mention two more programs which are very much missed Roy
Rogers and Disneyland, alas. Take stock of the Junk which re replaced
placed replaced these programs and you come up with a one-channel,
third-rate raw deal.
The above covers the spoken and unspoken opinions of the
general public. Flease get wise, and give us a break TV-wise.
M.G.S.

Labor News
And
Comment

iiU. Ul.Ji D.. TU. CMt C;MA '7Q"

no riupn i rvuii mm viai tjuiwo

Sir-

i-ANAMA POSTAL DELAYS

Romp time aeo officials of the Panamanian Post Office De

partment promised to correct the abnormalities and improve
the postal services. Some people were hired to keep up with the
work, and a degree cl improvement was noted.
But this was short-lived, since these employes were fired
not long afterward. These services are getting worse and worse
every day. Nowadays, mails and parcel post shipments cannot
be delivered any sooner than 30 or 40 days. That is, from the
date that shipinenls are made from the United States.
Malls are coming in every week and the parcel post depart department
ment department is getting more and more confused. If you doubt this, just
take a look at the post office located in Peru Avenue. You will
see thousands ot sacks of unopened mails with only two men
trying to reduce the load. New mall sacks are piling on the old
ones and there Is no telling when this back log will end.
It appear that the proper officials are unaware of the situa situation.
tion. situation. I therefore bring it to their attention so that more help
HHl be hired to get these delayed mails to the general public.
A. A. Gran

PHONE LINES

Sir:

AVi'tvi nlnmh mnA Ah rlonp Rpen as how some'iin done de.

Cluea to raise uur iJiiuue i)ju. vii uuii. veiy aiiia.uL uiu mi ouv
camt allow as how ah have much book larnin but ah do know
ah neveh heard tel befo of one of them thar utilities raisin
rates withou public hearings.
Ah'd sho be proud to know on what basis. My home phone
Is down right neiborly It's the same dang blasted kind of phone
we had when ah was a growin Pert nigh on foty yar ago. And
mah office phone ah swear, was Installed just after FDR first
come in as president. Ah heared the guvner say as how the
line between Pacific to Atlantic was put down in 1917, or there thereabouts.
abouts. thereabouts. Thar aint more users surely. And ah know they alnt hireln
more ol them Yankee electricians and ah know wages alnt gone
up, so why they raisin mah phone bill? Cain you tell me?
Ah calnt take the boat on Friday, 'cause the Company Com Commissary
missary Commissary done gits all mah money, and ah'm broke.
. Busy Signal

By VICTOR RIESEL
NEW YORK That Greek fellow,
Diogenes, who walked about m a
sack-look garb with a lamp search

ing for an honest man. just does

not know that trouble he saved

himself by not finding one. They

are the toughest kmc! to argue

with.

There are a couple of honest la

bor leaders, Joe Curran of the

National Maritime Union and
Mike Quill of the Transport Work Workers
ers Workers Union, who nave run nation national
al national conventions in the big town re recentlyand
centlyand recentlyand have taken the plat platform
form platform to belt the Senate racket racket-busting
busting racket-busting committee. Curran has
said the committee is "playing for
the grandstand." Quill has been

shrill with charges thai Sen. Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan is "disgracing labor."

All this comes at a moment when

some of us have been doing some

pencil work and have discovered
that the tough combine inside la labor
bor labor has not only shaken down the
trucking business, the closing
business and the food business, but
also the Pentagon. the Army, the

Navy and the Atomic Energy
Commission for at least a $100, $100,-000,000
000,000 $100,-000,000 loss to our compressed
budget.
At least one rocket' project
was delayed some three weeks
when one regional baron thrw
up picket lines to extend his
jurisdiction. It was him against
thi Pentagon. Believe it or not,
the armed forces didn't win that
' one.
In all the drum-beating over the
Teamsters, we're overlooking other
neat lettle armies which foray a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst our government nd fre frequently
quently frequently win the assault. The
trouh'e with the government is
that it doesn't play for the grand

stand. It wants things done and
would rather get the hassle over
with than delay a project.
But occasionally the government
hits back. It did when, is a typical
muscle maneuver, one Jack Green,
a Hod Carriers business agent,
took 150 men over to a government
project and drove the contractors'

employes from the big earth shak

ing machinery.
That invasion took place not too
long ago at the Chain of Rocks
Canal, which feeds vital traffic
into the Central Mississippi River.
The government had hired a con contractor
tractor contractor to work the levees there.
Green, chief of Local 397, Hod
Carriers, demanded that the go government
vernment government contractor place a
"swamper", an extra man, on

each bulldozer and excavating

machine.
The government contractor re refused
fused refused to knuckle down despiin
brass knuckle threats. Green
called a nearly morning meeting
of his men. He picked 150 men
and marched over ? Chain of
Rocks project.
What happened then is officially
described by the Justice Dept.
as follows:
"There they caused ill the equip equipment
ment equipment to cease operating by means
of threats of violence and drove
the contractor and his employes
from the work."
Both Green and the union were

found guilty and fined under the

Hobbs anti-racketeering act. Green
is now. on probation.
There are socreg of flexings.
At least 84 labor officials have
been found guilty under the same
Hobbs Act since 1953. There have
been others under different statues

including 19 under the Taft-Hartley

Law.
Only a Ifew have been expelled
from their unions or deprived
of leadership, salaries or expense
accounts.
They've come from such unions
as the Brotherhood of Electrical

Workers, the Longshoremen, the

Cement Finishers, the painters,
the Building Service Employes, the
Operating Engineers, the Plumb Plumbers,
ers, Plumbers, the Bridge, Structural and Or

namental Iron Workers and such
exotic outfits as the Granite Cut-1

ters, the Pickle handlers and some

thing called the independent Doll

and Toy Workers, as well as the
Hod Carriers and the Teamsters.
This does not include "inci "incidents"
dents" "incidents" which have told up am ammo
mo ammo and vital food needed by
that arc of bases around trr
world which so annoys Comrade
Khrushchev these days.
Nor does this list include acores
who are being probed by the Jus

tice Dept. or are now under in

dictment by special grand juries.
So why all this needling of the
McClellan Committee? The crooks
were there long before the Com

mittee got around to tbern. wfio s
disgracing whom?

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3PEEK IT RITE
Sir:
I am taking this opportunity to advise the CFN announcers
to stop pronouncing the word nuclear as If it were spelled nu nu-eular.
eular. nu-eular. This error sounds almost as childish as does the frequent
error ot at least on CFN announcer who continually pronounces
the word library as if it were spelled libary.
II these announcers Intend to broadcast in the English lan lan-ffaare,
ffaare, lan-ffaare, they should learn how to speak correct English. Not on.
iy the actions and dress, but also the speech of Americans is on
international display in this area.
v Stickler For Correctness

Sir:

GOODBYE, PANAMA

We regret to say goodbye to our many rood friends and pa

tient- In the Canal Zone and the Republic of Panama. We thank
tbem for their many splendid gestures of true friendship. It
bas been a wonderful opportunity to be of service In our small
.way. we will certainly miss Panama, and all our friends there.
Dr. and Mrs. N. M. Newport

O Sri

The bat is the oar mammal
that can fly. Wbea la flight,
most of them utter a series of
very high-pitched sounds, too
high tot the human ear to bear.
When near aa bstade, the
echoes from these sounds are
thrown back and art beard by
the bat in time to change its
course and avoid flying into
the obstacle.

Walter Winchell I n New York

MEMOS OF A GIRL FRIDAY
Dear W. W.: Strange tip from
mid-west newspaperman. Says he
is pretty sure Mrs. L. Ewing Scott
is alive and residing in his neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Her husband is on trial
in Los Angeles for her alleged
murder. .This newspaperman told
me he wanted you to pay him for
the tip. When I asked, for a sam sample
ple sample of his proof, he said "Mr. Win Winchell
chell Winchell will simply have to double double-check".
check". double-check". .You'd think he'd con contact
tact contact the defense or the nearest po policeman,
liceman, policeman, since a man is accused
of the woman's slaying. Anyway,
I turned it over to the city desk.
, .LindR phristian's memoirs
start next week in the London Ex Express.
press. Express. Linda datelines the series
with the name of Aly Khan's Ri Riviera
viera Riviera residence. She's living there,
I understand, on a fellowship..
N.Y. publishers of some mags'for
men (subpena'd to New Jersey
for printing "indecent literature")
were let go after promising to quit
publishing.
AKuit "Th TTpIpii Mnrcan Sto

ry." I cried and crrud. as did ma many
ny many of the frail sex around me. But
1 limnriarori whv Wirrer'i didn't

get to the real man in her unhap

py life. .tie is an important rasi rasi-nsca
nsca rasi-nsca vspiitivi. .It was this

man who got Helen her first job.
Sorting buttons in a rear room
at Marshall Field's store, Chicago
. .To keep from going daffy she

started singing xo nerseu. .one
was soon fired but lover boy got
hot. annthor inh sinfinp in a cab

aret. .During the depression Hel Helen
en Helen helped him out with most of
lu, niBdao What hanneneri?

What usually happens?. ..Mar

ried another gai.

Talk about troubles, the Arthur
Millers (Marilvn Monroe) will

have to re-decorate their old East
57th Street apartment because
they can't find a new one to suit

them. .Movie star rat crimen is
furious over the reviews 03 his
first play in 25 years. Very bitter
at the critics. ."West Side Sto Story"
ry" Story" is expected to net the produc producers
ers producers over $25,000 per week. . "A
Little Love," a new novel by Hol Hol-lis
lis Hol-lis Alpert (movie critic for Satur Saturday
day Saturday Review), would make even
Lady Chatterley blush, according
to those who've seen the carbons.
. .Dress mfrs are betting their
shirts on the "hag" look from
Paris. If Americans reject it are
go-broke will be wholesale... Gary
Cooper's dghtr Maria and John
Smith (of "Friendly Persuasion")
make a nice couple. .Mrs. Mil

ton Berle arrived by plane from

the Coast ten $100 bills poorer poorer-missing
missing poorer-missing from her purse.
W, rarontlv ran a vienette a-

bout Dolores Gray getting into a
.oH .t th. I.irtl f luh the driv

er was Bradley Olson, her lead

ing man in summer stocs mis
year. Well, he's being considered

for the new play, "The Genius
and the Goddess". .Diane Fos

ter and husband Joel Murcott re reconciled
conciled reconciled in London where she's
making a film for John Ford. .
Desi Arnax's Girl Friday (Babette
Edwards) and actor Joey Ray
are s cozy couple How come yex
didden know diss?. .Bob Soto Soto-taire
taire Soto-taire has a new book that rates a

big public. Title: "How to Get In Into
to Into Television". You should tell
the people this angle shout psy-

xv? ir on nr tne aumii inicuci

a coin-box to your set ana some
thing goes wrong with it, you
couldnt call in your repairman.
You'd have to call theirs.

elusive. The items linking him
with Doris Lilly are good for his
pdin. .1 hear Broadway back backers
ers backers are becoming a dying class.
Perhaps It's Wall Street dold doldrums.
rums. doldrums. Tennyrare, K'jrmit Bloom Bloom-garden
garden Bloom-garden took in a "co producer"
(a polite term i'or a guy who can
raise backing) for "Look Home Homeward.
ward. Homeward. Angel". .Add Duets:
Fnancier Frederick Lewisohn
and divorcee Ann Johnson. .
Lisa Kirk has a puiiwment.
Wait and see if sho wins the
lead in "Say, Darling," or take
a movie deal. .Milt Herth hit
the Desert nn (Vagus) $1,200
jackpot wiien he needed it most.

.; j. r V
San Franciscans will be happy
about a new little spot on our
East Side Called Nob Hill. It fea features
tures features charming memorabilia of the
Golden Gate City at the turn of
thecentury. Put in the paper. .
The Federal Court gave the Gov't
the go-light to continue warning
the people against Hoxsey's cander
pills. Gov't health execs called
them "worthless." The Hoxsey
lawvprs tried to get an iniuction.

. .Anyway, cancer experts call

ed to lemwd that you strucK tne
first blow against Hoxsey. .It's
a boy for the Albert Abends.
(Lindy's neghew and mgr.) at Po Polyclinic.
lyclinic. Polyclinic. 20th Century Fox's local execs

Torch Dpt: Braiilllonalre Jor Jorge
ge Jorge Guinle hoped to marry Mary Mary-Hilem,
Hilem, Mary-Hilem, a lovely model. She
changed her mind and he Is
frantically trying te win her
back. His friends have barm urg urged
ed urged te help, but Mary continues

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contacted Jack Paar's find lovely
Trish Dwelley, following Buddy
Adler's instructions. She belongs
in H'wood. .Crazy about the way
vGisele McKenzie renders the
"Affair fo Remember" theme.
She sang n on the gddie Fisher Fisher-George
George Fisher-George Gobel stanza. Phil Harris
was at his best on the same show
. .The Runyon Cancer Fund just
received its 447th will. The Fra Fraternal
ternal Fraternal Order of Eagles (since
March 1st) sent us almost $75,000.
Making the Eagles' grand total
over $805,000. .Gretchen Wyler,
leading lady of the new musical
"Rumple," is a good example for
stage hopefuls, who get impatient
waiting for the big hreajt.t She
undefstudied, principals! v ia 40
shows waiting for stardom. .My
idea of big-time television was Ed-
sfel's iRincr Prshv Rnh U n n o.

Frank Sinatra-Rosemary .Clooney
program. Even the choreography
was different. Encore!

When you get around to James
Couzzen's new best-seller. "Bv

Love Possessed" have a diction

ary handy. That's where I trans translated
lated translated some of the author's word word-age.
age. word-age. Such as: piacular pollution
(sinful impurity); autoptic fact
virescent bud of leaves (green
colored leaves); heart relucted
(The heart fought); vilipending

of hostility (depreciate unfriendli

ness); violescent h&ze (violet
color); longanimous (patient); ex excessive
cessive excessive muliebrity (much woman-lood).

WACHTTMnTniM Tha Ha rket

fnmmittaa haa fnnml th answer to

a four- year old mystery that

may shatter the apjomD. ot wmie

mnnari ornnrtmthpri v iMninan anei

form an urhn hrpp7prt thrnilph his

tircr Kunnro. naarma insr annua uul

ho a nnto Konn auhnnnnnpn1 for & re

turn engagement unoer uie aneg
lights. j.

The foxy grandpa will De
kept on the sidelines while a pa parade
rade parade of witnesses, tall what they
know about his amazing career
as a professional company man.
They will testify that he used
corrupt labor leader, like team teamsters
sters teamsters bosses Dave Beck and Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Hotfa, to suppress unions and
lfflmlam tka WArlrara-

Tticcpst case ban hppn turned UD

by chief counsel Bob Kennedy in
his home state a schocking slor slor-v
v slor-v nf hnw thn Sears. Roebuck stores

in (Boston, Mass., overturned a

three to one vote by tnerr em em-nloves
nloves em-nloves to affiliate with the Retail

Clerks Union.
Kennedy will simply take up
where the National Labor Rela Relations
tions Relations Board left off four years ago.
Despite months of investigation and
volumes of testimony, the NLRB
never uncovered Shefferman's hid hidden
den hidden hand in the Sears, Roebuck

case.
However, Kennedy has now found
the missing link a mysterious
stranger -who suddenly showed up
in Boston to lead Sears' fight a-

gainst the union. 1
The official NLRB hearings i i-dentified
dentified i-dentified him only by the name he
called himself, James Guffey. But
Kennedy's boys have learned that
hp is a man nf irijnv aliases whose

real name is James Nielsen, a

confessed embezzler on tneuer tneuer-man's
man's tneuer-man's 'payroll.
The NLRB, report charges that
Sears employes were sent in small
groups by their superiors to Niel Nielsen's
sen's Nielsen's fint.p.1 room where. Dosing as

Guffey, he cajoled and threatened

them.
He called the American Federa Federation
tion Federation of Labor "Communist-dominat-pd"
and warned that Sears would
"never tolerate the AFL" as a

bargaining agent, the NLRIB re

port claims.
At one point, the report quotes
Guffey as warning employes that

their little sessions were "top sec secret"
ret" secret" because they "were in viola violation
tion violation of the Taft-Hartley Law." The
report also charges that Guffey
helned organize a company union
and gave it instructions on how to
break the legitimate AFL union.
This column reached James Niel Nielsen,
sen, Nielsen, alias Guffey, in Chicago.
"I don't think I have done a thing
wrong legally or morally," he de declared,
clared, declared, though he admitted an em embezzlement
bezzlement embezzlement charge "way back in
my .youth."
Asked why he used phony names,
he explained: "For the same rea

son Bob Kennedy used a different

name in Seattle. He didn't want
Dave Beck to know he was there.
When I go out on a job, I don't

want the unions to know about it.
They would be gunning for me. Oi
course, I don't mean with real
guns."

Sears, Roebuck managed te
fend off an NLRB crackdown for formerly
merly formerly two years. Thrto, in one of
the most amazing decisions en
record, the NLRB acknowledged
that the findings against Sears
were true but simply called for
another election.
This time the Teamsters mys

teriously came to Sears' rescue by

claiming all the employes in one
warehouse. This reduced the num number
ber number of pro-union emppoyes who
were willing to risk their jobs to

fight for affiliation with, the .retail
clerks.
Sears also used ether high-pressure
tactics, such as gathering dos dossiers
siers dossiers On employes, grilling them to
learn their union sentiments, forc forcing
ing forcing them to listen to anti union
speeches, and making false
charges against the Retail Clerks.
In the second election, Sears
won and the union was thrown out.
Significantly, this isn't the only
time the Teamsters have helped
Shefferman's clients by displacing
another union and accepting sub substandard
standard substandard waees. Kennedy's inves

tigators have uncovered evidence

that Shefferman 1 nas negotiated
several so called "sweetheart"
cotitracts that benefited the com companies
panies companies but left the workers empty-

handed.

This may explain why Sheffer Shefferman
man Shefferman entertained Beck and Hoffa so

lavishly and showered them with

purchases at wholesale prices.

In iact, the senate committee w

charge that the 70-year-old Shef

ferman was frequently a middle

man between corrupt union lead leaders
ers leaders and greedy employers in short shortchanging
changing shortchanging employes.

NOTE: At first glance, Senators

were startled at Shefferman's re

semblance to their former chair

man, ex-Sen. Homer Ferguson, (R-Mich.)

ROYAL POSTSCRIPT
Queen Elizabeth's arrival in
Washington was rehearsed with the

care and security of a wartime

maneuver. The military Uistrict of

Washington issued a secret 50-page
"security order" containing ela elaborate
borate elaborate instructions for the Queen's
safety from the moment she de deplaned,
planed, deplaned, and even diagramming
where the President and other of official
ficial official greeters would stand at

Washington airport.

Incoming commercial planes

were allowed to land on schedule

during the greeting ceremonies,
but, to keeo down the noise, take take-offs
offs take-offs were Banned and the airport
was closed to all private planes.

Even so. security officials had

some anxious moments when a pr

ate twin-engined C-45 plane some

how got through the security

screen" and flew directly over tne

Oueen at 1500 feet as she stood with

President Eisenhower on the wel welcoming
coming welcoming platform. Airport officials
immediately began an investigation.

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CHtCKlNO FILMS Employes of the Caribbean Army and Air Force Motion Picture Service
are shown Inspecting film before distribution is made to 14 post theaters In the Panama ancf
Holder, senior film inspector Arthur Hall, and Antilles areas. Pictured left to right are Ralph
Allan James. The GAAFMPS recently completed 37 years of operation in the Caribbean area.
Motion Picture-Service Rounds 37
Entertainment Years For Military

The Army and Air Force Mo Motion
tion Motion Picture Service has complet completed
ed completed 37 years of operation entertain entertaining
ing entertaining military personnel at Army
and Air Force installations in the
Caribbean area.
Under the direction of M. E.
Deerwester, the service has pro provided
vided provided 14 post theaters with motion
pictures daily.

The history of this not-so-often
heard-of organization goes back to
1920 when the 12 theaters in the
Panama' Canal Zone were being
operated by local volunteer service
agencies, such as the YMCA and
the Knights of Columbus.

In that year, these theaters
were unified and centralized un-

Professional Hospital Bum
Fakes Lung Clot Symptoms

CHICAGO, Oct. 28 (UP) A
doctor"today revealed the first
authenticated case In the Unit United
ed United States of the "professional
hospital bum" the patient who
lies his way into hospitals.
The malady, called "Munchau "Munchau-gen'ssyndrome"
gen'ssyndrome" "Munchau-gen'ssyndrome" Is named after
the fictional Baron Munchausen.
Munchausen, who once describ

ed how he fell asleep in a snow

o

time he plucked out his surgical
stitches.
Veteran Patient
Later, Chapman learned the
sailor had been In 16 hospitals

since 1943, and nine more after
leaving lowa City. At five hospi hospitals
tals hospitals he ran up tabs of $2,000 each
and left without Davine.

dri "i; only to! wake on top of a I According to Chapman, the

clutch steeple when the heavy jailor "seems to enjoy the cons cons-snow
snow cons-snow melted, is considered the ternatlon and stereotyped re re-greatest
greatest re-greatest liar of all time. sponse evoked by his blood-spat-

n lerea appearance. Among tne

'Similarly, doctors are puzziea sailor's other preferences are

by the "snow jobC given tfiem large hospitals and university

oy Vicwms oi iviiuicnauisen s ay ii- centers.

drome, Dr. John s.' Chapman or just how he's able to put on a

me umversiLy oi xowa wfuue mj spectacular display of spitting

we currem juumm ui we muti-, wood and giving tne appearance
lean Medical Assn. of a man suffering from a blood

clot in the lunes doctors are a.t

a loss to say. I

der Headquarters, Panamr. Ca
nal Department.

On August 23, 1921, an office of

unuea states Army Motion Picture
Strvice was charged with local
operation. But on April 15, 1928
the local office of USAMPS was
discontinued and operation by the

luiiiiuduuiug general, Manama Ca Ca-al
al Ca-al Departmet, was resumed.
Originally known as the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Dpnarlmont n;

ture Service, the title was chang changed
ed changed to Caribbean Army Air Force
Motion Picture Service, Panama
on Oct. 2, 1948.
On May 6, 1950, theaters in
Puerto Ric became a part of
the circuit.
Presently there are nine Army
three Air Force and two Navy in installations
stallations installations served with 35mm
films.
Free 16mm service is also pro provided
vided provided to outlying positions.
Stations now nrvH uKh or

films are: Quarry Heights, Fort

mnaaor, rort (iulick, Fort Davis,
Fort Kobhp Fnrt riin n

du, Albrook AFB, Coco Solo and
Cocoli in the Canal Zone- and
Fort Brooke, Fort Buchanan, Ra Ra-mey
mey Ra-mey AFB (two theaters) in Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico.

CHICAGO, Oct. 28 (UP)-Sput-nik
as a military achievement is
outranked by ,the U.S. atomic atomic-powered
powered atomic-powered submarine, according to
the iormer chairman of the joint

chiefs of staff.

Admiral Arthur W. Radford, who

has been making a series of

speeches to inform the public of

the U.S. military program, siad

yesterday the U.S. Nautilus is

"far greater" military advance

than the Russian earth satellite

naaiora saia ne aid not mean

to "minimize" the scientific im

portance of the satellite, but mili

tant all it revealed was that

they have a pretty good missile

The now'retired admiral said the

Nautilus does not have the "pro

paganda impact" of Sputnik, but
is more important as a practical

acnievement.

Radford, speaking to plumbing

and heating wholesalers at 'the

central supply association, also

said that our atomic prograhv is

anead of the communists'" but

that continued high taxes is the

price Americans must pay to keep
it ahead.

Now a member of the Philcn

Corp. board of directors, Radford
added that the U.S. should conti

nue its atomic testing until there
is an "ironclad agreement" with

The use of some "space avail available"
able" available" shipping for certain "unauth "unauthorized'
orized' "unauthorized' dependents between now
and next February was approved
this week by the United States
Army Caribbean.
"Unauthorized" dependents af af-."ected
."ected af-."ected by this action are depen

dents of enlisted personnel in the
grades of private, private first
class; or corporals or specialists
third class with less than four
years' service. Those in that cate category
gory category who were in this command

"unauthorized" dependents who ar arrived
rived arrived after June 6 as a result of

approvals granted prior to that
date, may be authorized "space

reuuireo transportation to go back
to the United States!

under a recent Department .if

the Army directive, however, thpse

unauthorized" deepndents ho ar arrived
rived arrived in the command after June
6, without prior authority, are not
entitled to "space required" trans transportation.
portation. transportation. Except when specifical

ly approved, they are not given

space available" transportation

either.

But the approval this week is

he Russians concerntng disarma

ment.

'A disarmament aereement with

the Communists must be a com

prehensive, ironclad agreement
and cannot be based on trust," he
said.

aimed at letting this category of
dependent take advantige of un unused
used unused shipping space which will
be available during the next few
months, despite the fact that in individual
dividual individual sponsors k ve the res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility of transporting their
dependents at their own expense.
It has been announced in Wash

ington that some dependents must

be advised that they might not find
"space available" shipping for as
much as four years. USARCARIB,
on the other hand, has some un

used shipping space available for

this purpose until February, after
which it is expected that none will
be available at least until Septem-

Der, ias.

In a letter his week, USARCAR USARCARIB
IB USARCARIB headquarters directed subordi

nate commanders to advise all I

those aflected, in order that they I

xii ase neir own decisions lor ship

ping uieir aepenaents nome.

Under no circumel nces, it

said, will enlisted men be coerc

ed or urged to send their depen dependents
dents dependents home at this time.
They will, however, be advised
that there will be little likelihood
oi any shipping being available for
their dependents between February
and Septtmber, 1958.
A change in the current memo memorandum
randum memorandum affecting requests for per permanent
manent permanent changes of station orders
is expected to be published next
week covering details of the new
policy.

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Motive Unknown'
Chapman said doctors aren't
sure why the victims want to be
hospitalized or how they ar a a-ble
ble a-ble to Induce certain symptoms.
Doctors do know, however, that
such patients are a nuisance,
take up valuable time, and cost

money.
British doctors have been pes pestered
tered pestered with "perennial peregrin peregrinating
ating peregrinating problem patients" since
1951, chapman said, but a bona
fide American victim in the per person
son person of a merchant seaman and
ex-professional wrestler has now
been documented.
The 39-year-old sailor burst
Into the State University of Io Iowa
wa Iowa hospital "with blod spattered
all over the front of his shirt" in
1954, Chapman said.
For 40 hectic days, Chapman
said, doctors failed to find out
what was wrong with him, all
the time giving him drugs, diag diagnostic
nostic diagnostic studies and surgery. One1

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

Cuban Army Makes
Mass Arrests, Puts
Curfew On Santiago

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HAVANA, Cuba (UP) The Ar-! supposed to be just over 40,000
my has made mass srrests and Englishmen walking the streets

clamped curlew on feantiago to of London with no soles on their
stop a wave of terrorism that kill-j shoes merely because they for for-ed
ed for-ed six persons. 'got to draw trumps.

The information reached here

tn soite of tight government cen censorship
sorship censorship of news from the eastern
Cuban city, stronghold of Sierra
Maestra mountain rebel Fidel
Castro.
Santiago radio stations broad broadcast
cast broadcast warnings to residents to keep
off the streets after 9 plm.
All movie houses, theaters and
nipht clutw closed at that hour.
,Army and police patrols con conducted
ducted conducted house to house searches
throughout the city.
There was no exact fieure avail

able on the number arrested ndi

there were no details on specific
acts of terrorism.

N. Korea Troops
Cain 112,000
Since Armistice

SEOUU-Oct. 28 (UP)' North

Korean ground forces have increas increased
ed increased by 112,000" men since the ar

mistice, according to a report

issued by the Republic 01 Korea
de ense ministry.
The report said the North Korean
rrpeejd forces have .been increased
rx-4 280,000 to 392,000 since the
ceas fire. -
It also said North Korea ha
built 24 new airfields and mcreae
the siz e -iis air fore from 211
to 770 planes in violation of tne
armistice agreement.

The only thing that keeps

South from being with them is
that he Is not an Englishman.
The bidding of the hand is ex exemplary
emplary exemplary and no fault can be
found with West choice of the

three of clubs for the opening
lead. East, won with the ace and
South was careful to drop the
ten spot East shifted to the five
of spades arid South went Tight
irp with the ace.
At this point an South had to
do to make five odd would be to
pull trumps, lay down the kin

of clubs, finesse against West's

jack (East would have shown out
so there would be no problem!,
discard a spade on dummy's Ions:
club and pventnally ruff one of

his diamonds with dummy's last!
trump. I
However, South was worried 1
about the possibility of a three-'
one trump break and the possi possibility
bility possibility that East would hold the'

club Jack. He overlooked the
near certamtv that East won'd
have played that card at trick
one If he held it South also over overlooked
looked overlooked the possibility of a sin singleton
gleton singleton club.-
South led a small diamond.
Vfpst won and gave his partner
a club ruff. East played a spade
to West's king nd another club

"-I and ruff put South down
two. . .. . .

A!l because he forzot to cull

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nONOR LOCAL LEADERS AT TEA TODAY
u f ii.i. Kansas Citv Commission on Interna-
thB "vUitTosionai and business women were
rue Js this morning at a coffee held in the Fern Room of
the Tiioli Guest House by the Inter-American Women's

Club.

Pter Bargar Ctlabrates
Thirteenth Birthday
Peter Berger, so" of Mr. a""
Mrs. Martin Berber o' Panama,
celebrated his thirU-e f Ivrthday
Saturday morning al a Bar Mitz Mitz-vah
vah Mitz-vah ceremony held at the JWIi m
Balboa. A large group of friends
nd relatives attended the occa occasion
sion occasion which Rabbi Nathan Witkni
presided, with Seymour Barkowilz
assisting.
Peter attends the Ealboa Junior
High School, and many of his
yeung friends helped him cele celebrate
brate celebrate the affair.
!Mrs. Sigmund Berger, his pater paternal
nal paternal grandmother, and his meter meter-nal
nal meter-nal grandparents, Mrs. and Mrs.
Joseph Grossman arrived from
the States for the occasion.

Kilo Mrs. W. II. Edmondson, Mrs.
Kay Sharp, Mrs. J. F. Jlern, and
Mrs. David J. Markun, chairman.

Mr. And Mrs. Cunningham

Feted At Despadidas
Mr and Mrs. Frank Ostrander

had a cocktail parly at their home
in El Cangrejo Friday evening,
honoring Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R.
Cunningham, who will soon be

leaving the istnmus.
Tonight, at the Fort Amador Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club, a dinner party will
be given by the S.K.A.L. Club of
Panama in honor of Mr. and Mrs.

Cunningham.

Hometown Wedding
Unites Gorges Couple
Miss Margaret Mellia Speece of
Ancon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis J. Speece, and Mr. Joffre
r. Savageau, also of Ancon, took

place Saturday in si. Josephs
Church, Salem, Massachusetts, the

tech notice tor inclusion in thli
column should be submitted in
ype-writren form end milled eo
the box number listed deity in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social end Otherwise," or delivered

v hind to the otfica. Notices of
mearinot cannot be eccepted by
telephone.

Nurius To Hear
Mr. L. S. Mamianl

Mr I. s. Damianii of the Cen

tral Labor Union will speak to the

,,...c nf f.nrpas II(SDltal On

Tuesday at 7 p.m., in the Confer Conference
ence Conference Room at Gorges.

Mr. Damiani is CLU's L,aDor
Legislative Representative to
Washington.
All nurses are urged to attend
this meeting.

Mr Ssivaocan is an anaesthetist

i cnrmi Hnsnilal. where his

bride is also employe as an X-ray

technician.

inrnn Parish Children

To Have Halloween Pirty
The annual Halloween party lor
children of Sacred heart Parish in

Ancon will be nem uesaay -s hometown
Parish hall, under the auspices of c "Ple ,u""c

the nosarv ana Aiiar outicij.
There will be two parties, one
for smaller children, pre school
age through third grade, from
3:30 to 5 p.m., and one for chil children
dren children from fourth grade and older,
from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
All children are requested to
come in costumes, and several
prizes will be given for the most
clever costumes. Refreshments
will be served, games will be play played,
ed, played, and there will be a grand
march. There will be a 25 cents
charge for the party, with tickets
available at the door.
The committee m e m h e r s in
charge of the partv ..re M r s.
Frank Lambert, Mr. Edward P.

Management Forum
Meets Tomorrow
The Management Forum .will
hold its monthly meeting at the
Balboa Training Center tomorrow
evenine beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Scheduled on the program are

talks on "The Motivation r actor
in Human Communication" by

member Bill Wigg, and "P r o d d-lems
lems d-lems Encountered in the Organiza

tion of a Civil Defense in tne a-

nal Zone.

Mrs. A. B. Rigby
Returns From States

Hire A Rrnnsnn Kltbv 01 Uia-

blo Heights returned Saturday aft

er several weeks m ine states.

where she visited with her iwo

daughters, Mrs. John Catron ana
Mrs. Karl Mellander, and their
families in California, and saw
three of her grandchildren for the

Bill Rigby remained to attend
school in trie States.

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Mr. And Mrs. Armistead
Have Baby Daughter
Mr and M.rs. Edward F. Armi Armistead
stead Armistead of Diahlo Heights are re-
;..;,, .nnaralnlalinns on the

birth of a daughter, Vrflerie Jean,

born Oct. 24 at Gorgas Hospital.
Mr. Armistead is an apprentice,

electronics, with the electrical ci ci-vision.
vision. ci-vision. Mrs. Armistead the former

V.F.W. Mauting

In Cristobal Tonight
Lt Garvyn H. Moumblow Mem Memorial
orial Memorial Post 3876 Veterans of F o r r-eign
eign r-eign Wars will have a business
meeting tonight at 7 30 at the Post
home in Cristobal. Post Comman Commander
der Commander W.W. Huffman urges all mem members
bers members to attend. Among the many
items of business to act on will
be the sponsoring of a L l 1 t 1 e

icasiie team by1 tne rosi, aim al

so this will be the last meeting

before the Veterans way nance.
Also on the agenda will be the
mflmhershin drive with the idea

of having 100 per cent paid up

members by Ueeemner oi.

Sisterhood To Meet
Tomorrow Afternoon
There will be a meeting of the
Sisterhood Kil Kol Shearith Israel
tomorrow at 4 p.m. at the Com Community
munity Community Center. All members are
asked to attend.

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Tt.e Anihftador of Italv In Panama and Mrs. Rirardo Moscatl are shown at their liable at the
JacftrS where ?hey sjent an eoyable afternoon EunCay, accompanied by their daughter,

Miss Paoia Moscau, ana Mr. i-uigt nipa.

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InU-rrafonal Relations are fostered at the Hirodiomo. with Col Hugh M. Arnold Acting
GoveSr01 f the Canal Zone, and Mr. Elton Todd R ector of Pan

Panama playing nosis io mis. reici j. auiw - -

Mr Tooci, mis. coiiau. xvira. auuu, auu

Miss Mary Orr, is thf daughter of
Earl C. Orr of Margarita. The ba baby's
by's baby's paternal grandparents are M

and Mrs. Koy a Arii"iu
un. j
Stale AGs Want
Corrective Laws
On Security Risks
socSof State Attorneys General
called today for "corrective le legislation"
gislation" legislation" to offset recent Supreme
.Court decisions on security cases.
The appeal was made in a state-
... ..a-ioi Hnus Subcom-

mittee considering elfects oi court
ljulings.
srheduled to

i lie vuiiiimih--
I resume hearings today, lt called

representatives ot me siaie
rum,roi ovnnn as witnesses.

j They included Louis Wyman, New
Hampshire Attorney general, and

Pnv ( in ane. rts.Miaut

ney General of Wisconsin.

t., w. .i.i.nipnt the association

group recommemded measures af af-lecting
lecting af-lecting subversive activity control

nn both state and federal levels

and (he congressional power oi i
vesaigation.
'ii.o ctat lpual officers said I

number of recent court decisions

"had unfortunate results, liowevei,
meritorious the particular decision

may have been.
Without making detailed propo

sals, the committee said, "we are
; ,ii ciinnm-t in rjrincinle as this

time of appropriate federal legis legislation
lation legislation to strengthen the hand of
. .......nmnntftl aoannioft

me various guvtinaciini "fi1-'"-"
I engaged in the de ense of the na

tion against suDversive auacR.

It said the legislation snouia res-n-o
"a rsaciinahlp balance of Dow

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Among the many spectators were Mr. and Mrs. II. F Rothv.ell of Los Rios.

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When you ask another person
for help in getting a Job or in
any other kind of project, be
sure to let him know how the
out. That will

show your appreciation for his
efforts in your behalf.
And if yo should ever need
to can on him atain, you won t
mind ioini

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. By Mrs. Muriel Lawrene
Af tha Honnrfment MOre'S dlove

counter, Barry's mother Vas dis-

cussing me uieiiia ui a i
pair with the saleslady. To Barry,
the glove talk seemed to strike
new high in boredom. Moreover,
1 1-1 i" .. 1 : 1 1 .n4 s Kio

ne uian i ieei iciumus
cheek against the counter for the
rest of his life.
So he wandered away to where
a lady was showing some other
ladies tricks with a telexibel camb,
But just as he got interested in the
way she whisked it in and out of
her hair, his mother grabbed hinv,
savine; "Stay with me or you'll

get lost and I won't heable to

find hou. v
Scaring Barry with reasons for
wanting- him to do things ia a ha habit
bit habit of hers. She seems unable to
say, "Don't play with that lamp
outlet" or "Get down form that
porcfi railing." Instead she says,

Stop playing wren mat ouuei ur
you'll get an electric shock" and
"Pnino (tnwn fnrm that railing

or you'll fall and break your leg."
:-The habit Is a development of
the1 modern parent's fear of ap appearing
pearing appearing unreasonable and "auth

ritarian to cniidren.
It's a bad habit. It tells Barry
that the evil is the result of all
S- :

adventurous action before he s got
enough experience of his own to
question this view.
The truth is.he can easily sta

on a porcn railing wimoui urea

ing his leg just as he can tougn
n owtrip outlet without get tin 2

a shock. But Barry, chil of the

mother who fears aomomy, nas
lettle chance to discover that good,
can result from adventuous action
as often as evil.

So I have high regard ior tne 01
fashioned parent who didn't burden
little children with his grownup
reasons for demands on them, say saying
ing saying simply, "Get down from that
porch railing because I say. so."

Gradually, Barry will himself
iHor,tiii-nna action. Bv the 'time

he's 6 or 7, he'll have his own ex-,
perience of its accasional bad con-;

sequences, men wc can appeal i,
it, saying, "Get down from that
railing lest hou fall and hurt your yourself."
self." yourself." But when, we threated him with
the evil results of his adventurou
actions before he's had the time,
to discover these actions also pro-,,
duce good results, we give him a
distorted and untrue wiew of the
world he lives in.
We teach him, fear of any im impulsive,
pulsive, impulsive, adventorous action.

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NEA Food and Markets Editor

New Orleans, famous for its

food, treats all fish and seafood

with loving kindness.
At Arnaud's restaurant in the old
French Quarter (Vieux Carre),

Germanme cazanave news, uaugu uaugu-ter
ter uaugu-ter of the restaurant's founder,
rn,mi Artiaud Ca7enave. carries

on his traditions. She believes that

cooking is not only and art dui me
"soul of festivity."
These recipes from Arnaud's ex explain
plain explain what she means.
Trout Meun'ore Amandin
(2 servings)
One 2-pound lake trout, salt and
pepper, 2 egg yolks, 1-2 cup milk,
flour. Dress and fillet trout. Sprinle
with salt and pepper,. Beat egg
yolks and add milk slowly, mixing
well. Dip the. fil'ets in milk and
laa onrf mil in flniir. Heat fat in

. r

deep tryer to 37b aegrees. rry usu
3.5 minutes, or until golden brown.

Serve with Meurire Amandine

Meonier Amandine sauce

nim.lialf cnn hiitter. iuice o'f half

a lemon, 2 table spoons Worcester-L

shire sauce, 1-4 cup Diancnea ana ;
chopped wlmonds, 2 tablespoons;
chopped parsley. Melt butter. Add
lemon juice. Worcestershire sauce.
Cook, stirring, for two minutes.

Add parsley and almonds.
Redfish With Hollandaist Sauce
(4 servings) s.
Simmer 1 1-2 pounds redfish fil fil-IpU
IpU fil-IpU in water seasoned with oickl-

Ling spices 6-10 minutes, or until

fish flakes easily when tested wun
a fork. Place on hot platter and
season with salt and pepper. Serve
with Hollandaise sauce. (For a
special sauce, try Arnaud's method
of substituting tarifagon vinegar vinegar-for
for vinegar-for lemon juice and adding a lit little
tle little dry mustard.)
MONDAY'S DINNER: Lake trout

with almond butter sauce, bojlgd
potatoes, French fried zuccmSf,
French bread, mixed green said,
fruit bowl, cheese and crackers.

coffee, tea, milk.

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Wife's Qualities Help
Ease Husband's Cares

Cmyio nnalitioe In a wife are al

most sure to help her husband
get ahead. The woman who cul cultivates
tivates cultivates these aptitudes and skills
is a partner to her husband in the
best possible ways.
She ukes people and isn't afraid
to take the first steps toward turn turning
ing turning acquaintances tinto family
friends.
She either likes the job of home home-making
making home-making or learns to kile it.

Sho rnnwi when to let her hus-

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her husband mucn good, ane wmay
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hut she doesn't build her husband

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SHE HELPS HER HUSBAND

She is a gracious and willing

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in his own home if his wife makes
it possible.
She has a good dispositon. A
woman who is clam and takes set setbacks
backs setbacks and minor emergencies with without
out without going to pieces has a calming
effect or her hushand.

Khp is cnmnaninnahle. And for

a woman that orf ten means learn

ing to enjoy what her husband en

joys. v.
sho Vnnwn hnw to eet the most

for the money she spends. Whether

or not a man s mcome is adequate
fnr o familv's needs often denends

on how good a manager he marri

She is encouraging, rather than
critical, of her husband. She knows'
he has faults but she plays them them-down
down them-down and plays up his best qua qualities.
lities. qualities. o
That sounds like a large order. order.-It
It order.-It is. No one ever said it was'
easy to be a successful wife to a
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CHICAGO. Oct.' 28 (UPO ;Vka

Admiral William V. Dvis (said

last night that "every s q u a r t

foot" of the earth j water m "sov "sovereign
ereign "sovereign U.S. territory wh fhe
Navy is there. . 7

" Davis said that tnce worja
War II the Soviet Nvy has been
undergoing an intensive buildup
but,that it is aUH .only 'the sec second
ond second most powerful fleet in the

world." -, J
Davis speaking- at the C o o k
ruinftr Niw niv-.i dinner, said

ftussia has chosen the submarine

as the meansto -most ececuve ececuve-ly
ly ececuve-ly dispute U.S. control of the
seas." ; i- J-'

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submarine strength is in the vici

nity ot 50D vesseu,, ne iu. ne
said thei ultimate goal if believ believed
ed believed to be about, 1,300 submarines.
Tl laiil' hnmsvtr tlllt the V.S.

l.j Ami.-inniA nliffhtned" wavs

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menace through tho use 01 nign
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Billy Graham Says Some Kremliriites

Want War Against US Within Two Years

NSWORK, Oct. 28 (UP)
Evangelist Billy Graham said
yesterday Jhe has been told on
good authority" that a strong
Kremlin element wants a Rus Rus-aian
aian Rus-aian attack on the U.S. within
two years.
He called on President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower to "tell the American
people exactly where we
atand." v

eern'ovtr "the present world

crlais" in a sermon at the wina wina-no
no wina-no rally of his New York Cru Cru-ade
ade Cru-ade 'at the Polo Grounds, un until
til until recently the home of the New
York Giants baseball team.
The ky was overcast and rain
threatened as Graham launched
into, the last sermon of the cru cru-ade;
ade; cru-ade; which, began May 15 and
has drawn crowds totaling what
wai'8tm&ted at more than 2, 2,-000,000
000,000 2,-000,000 persons.
ff-rfff'rh.'Tr
W,$m WITH LIMP

Tho irtKPTihnwer sneeches to

which Graham referred were an announced
nounced announced by the President in a
speech in New York last week.

He plans a series of up to six
speeches in various sections of
the country to reassure the
American people of U.S. econo economic
mic economic and scientific strength.

SPEAKS OF PROPHET
nrotiom sniri that the msssace

of Amos, the Biblical prophet, to

the people or nis aay is wc
message to America in 1957
'prepare to meet thy God'
"We may not have long to pre pre-said.
said. pre-said. "Certainly no

American can go about his busi business
ness business as usual," he said. "How "However,
ever, "However, there is an alarming com

placency ana letnargy v on inc
part of the average American.

The Reformation Sunday ral

i nnn,r.iu nrit.Vi the Billv Gra

JV, Ullifiv,

ham choir oi vw vwia
hom fniinwers who travelea

bv bus. train, car and subway to

hear him, marsea uie n.-"
of the second and final phase of
the New York crusade.

vmm mv 1( until Sent.' 1.

riuui -" -
Graham conducted almost night

ly rallies at Maaison. Bqut,e
Garden. f
He drew 100,000 to a Yankpe
etorfinm vaiiv and more tnan

that to his final rally In Times
Square.

The next week will be devoted
to door-to-door visitation to
follow up on the group evan evangelism.
gelism. evangelism. More than 1,000 churches re recruited
cruited recruited members to call oV61"
if i.nmmiinlt,iel' In the

creater New York art, to win

"decisions for Christ

MHinw.Killrait wit.h a. limn

: td thplaiorm: His leg is in .a
ftradMt result ;of a knee mju mju-y
y mju-y tuf fered when he war butted
by Mtm on his North Carolina
farnf lMt week.
Doctors said he might have no
cancel hl engagements for a few
weeks and have his knee put in
a cast.
Speaking from a platform
erected where second base used
to be, Graham told a congrega-tion-ithat
began gathering hours
befof the rally that the whole
world-' is speculating on th re re-movaKf
movaKf re-movaKf ofi Marshal Georgi K
Zhukoyas Soviet defense minis minister.
ter. minister. 1
"Sputnik is buzzing around
over .our Heads' testifying to the

danger ot war," oranam a-
The:,trhbM world is alarmed.
The American government is
becoming alarmed.
V. -.f was told two weeks a-
go f- a' member of the Amer American
ican American Congress tha there is a
streni- element within the
Kremlin "that'- believes that
Rossi should attack the Unit United
ed United State withir the next two
yeata. We don't know what is
comlBf."
Graham'a original text did not
refer to the member of Con Con-tress;;H
tress;;H Con-tress;;H inserted the reference

on delivery, oui oeciinea w ei ei-boratebn
boratebn ei-boratebn hi; comments for re re-porter.'
porter.' re-porter.' i(.
The evangelist spoke before an
estimated 40,000 persons In the
Polo' 'grounds stands, which
have seating capacity of 56, 56,-"000.
"000. 56,-"000. The day was cold and nippy
and many persons arrived with
blankets and thermos bottles of
hot coffee; -Graham preached
without" A topcoat, but everyone
else was bundled up.
"JTohrTToster Dulles (secretary
f state) hag warned that war
la ah ver. present possibility,''
Graham said. "It seems mere
possible now than at any other
time. In the past 40 years
ASK? CALL TO SACRIFICE
"IJ would be most unfortunate
If trie President in his forthcom forthcoming'
ing' forthcoming' Speeches should say any anything
thing anything that would give the Amer American
ican American people;, a false sense of se security
curity security v
.iHe should go on television
and tell the American people ex ex-actly
actly ex-actly where we stand. He should
call on us to tighten our belts
and to make sacrifices necessary
to meet" the challenge of world,
communism, o i
l "The 'American people ittv
xnot ehfldren. They want thi
facts atraJffr from the jiheql-
tier. v v 1 1
"ThtPitident Is the Only
pereerr"fEh" the-; prestigeand
eonfidenre f the American peo people
ple people to tall, this nation Into, a pe pe-,
, pe-, riod Of eacrlfice; renewed dedl dedl-;
; dedl-; eatioA ahd a retHrn to God.
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J "Too much complacency cculd
be dangerous. : America. Is faced
with -the possibility of fantastic
- new '"weapons toeing nnleasned
fajnit our country ,Ty .
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PAGE SIX
THE. PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DATX NEWSPAPER,
iwin Sykes Mover

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Flashy Colon Boxer Scores
iGlear-Cut Win Over Ibarra

By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
; .-TJ Only one more hurdle remained in the path of
bantamweight contender Edwin Sykes today as the
1 19-year-old. Colon cutie gained momentum in his
f headlong rush toward a crack at the 118-pound
crown.
- Sykes, who scored a convincing, unanimous ten ten-found
found ten-found decision over Toto Ibarra at the National Gym
last night, now has to beat top-ranked Claudio Mar Martinez
tinez Martinez only, to be logical contender for the title that
! champion Melvin Bourne has held onto for over five
years.

1 Sykes now boasts an enviable II II-'
' II-' J record. He suffered his only loss
; ince becoming a pro to feather featherweight
weight featherweight Tito Marshall in Edwin's
tebut.
In defeating Ibarra, I18y4, last
;.igbt, Sykes, who weighed in at
' ? 19V4, cleared up doubts that had
Existed as to whether he could

ake;a punch.
J.'The dancing, switch hitting
' ; outh was dropped to the canvas
jr'ari eight count in the eighth
''ut came back strong in the ninth
1 lid tenth stanzas to box rings a a-ound
ound a-ound his hard hitting opponent
nd win going away.
i Sykes went down in the middle
if the eighth from a right cross
h- the jaw during a lively ex ex-hange.
hange. ex-hange. He took the f ight count
It his haunches, but said when
W fight was over that although
ijt badly hurt, he played it safe
y keeping down for the count to
v ft more rest.
f : Svral ifomp.itent ringside ob-
servers said that the ninth was i

tykes' btst round which, if so,
'yS remerkable, considering the
itnockdown he suffered in the
preceding heat.
f Toto bled from Ihe very first

crowd-pleasing battle, blood from
cuts over his right eye streamed
down his face and stained refer referee
ee referee Vivian Stewart's once white
shirt, crimson.
Apart from the eighth another
good round for Toto was the sixth
when the winner appeared to tire
and took some solid punches from

the loser.
Sykes was awarded a 17-jewel
"Dido" wrist watch by newsman-

radio announcer Dave Constable
in whose honor the program was
held.
Radio Pnam)ricana broad broadcast
cast broadcast the four-fight Egbert Reid Reid-promoted
promoted Reid-promoted card which drew a $1, $1,-545.50
545.50 $1,-545.50 gate despite heavy rains
that fell all afternoon and eve evening.
ning. evening. In the other encounters Fenley

Hooker, 136Vi, was given a unani

mous verdict over Carlos Watson,
141Vi in the six round semifinal.
Watson substituted for Rodolfo

Henry.

Baby Fenghe, 125 TKO'ed Vic

tor Smith, 127':!, in 1:04 of the
last heat of a scheduled four four-rounder
rounder four-rounder and in the curiain raiser
Victor Ardines, 128. stopped Ar Ar-turo
turo Ar-turo Stewart by TKO in 2:10 of

Gavilan's Manager
To Arrange Bout

With Carmen Basilio

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ANAHEIM, Calif.. Oct. 28 (UP)

Kid Gavilan's manager said
yesterday he hoped to arrange a

title bout with middleweight

champion Carmen Baslllo for

sometime In January.

Manuel Hernandez, who watch

ed Raul Maclas drill here for his

coming championship meeting
with Alphone Halimi of Prance,
said he had a bout arranged

with Dick lane at Oakland, Nov.
19, but was advised It had been

cancelled.

"I'm on my way to New York
now, and I hope Gavilan's next

fight will be with Baslllo," Her Hernandez
nandez Hernandez said.

Before Basilio took down Sug

ar Rav Robinson he had promis

ed to fight Gavllah, Hernandez
said.
At the same time, Hernandez
said there was no prospect that
Gavilan would meet Gaspar Or Or-teea
teea Or-teea in Los Angeles. Ortega de-

cisioned Gavilan In the recent

Los Angeles meeting.

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Colby 16, Bowdoin 13
Bates 7, Maine 0
Springfield 20, Amn. Int. 0
Brandeis 14, N'tastern 0

Kutztown 27, Nat. Aggies 12
Hamilton 19, Haverford 0
Rochester 30, Kings Pt. 0
Westchester 34, E. Stroud 0
Tufts 26, Williams 26
Threl 20, St. Lawrence 6
Lock Haven 26, Ind. (Pa) 0

Geneva 24, Slippery Rock 2
Boston Col. 20, Detroit 16
Grove City 14, Wagner II
Hofstra 15, Cortland 6
Carnegie Tech 27, W. and J. 0
Rutgers 26, Richmond II

P.M.C. 26, Drexel 6
Mlddlebury 41, R. P.I. 1
Worcester 20, U.S.C.G. 14
Brockport 19, Ithaca 13
Juanita 26, Westminster 7
Lycoming 13, Wilked 7
Trenton 40, Cheyney 0
Buffalo 15, Alfred 0
Cal. (Pa) 6, Clarion 0
Waynesburg 21, Albright 18
x Lebanon Valley, Moravian
xSusquehanna, Grove City

xNew Hampshire, (Brandies
xUnion, Hohart
x Wagner, Dieknson
Ship'burg 20, Edinboro 14
xSwartfamore, Ursinus
xConcord, Potomac St.
xTempIe, Scranton

xNortheaster, Mass.

xAJbrlght, r. and M.

SOe.

T:00.
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TODAY

LAST DAY!

DRJ VE-IN

xShippensburg, Millersville
xEdinboro, Mansfield
xBloomsburg, Kings
xCancelled flu.
MIDWEST
Iowa 6, Northwestern 0
Mich. State 19. Illinois 14

Ohio State 16, Wisconsin 13
Michigan 24, Minnesota- 7
T.C.U. 26, Marquette 6
Purdue 37, Miami (O) 6
Indiana 14, Villanova 7
E. Mich. 21, S. 111. 7

Missouri 14, Nabraska 13

Bowling Green 13, Kent 7

III. Normal 13, N. 111. 7
Akron 27, Wooster 7
Witterberg 61, Wash and Lee
Kan. State 14, la. State 10

St. Pro'puis 21, Lakeland 0

Wartburg13, Dubuque 0
Cos 35, Knox i fe
Concordia 33, St. Johns 6
Cen. Mo. 35, SW Mo. 6
Cornell (la.) 6, Grinnel 6
Carleton 27, Lawrence 14
W. 111. 21, E. 111. 13
la. Wes. 13, Milwaukee 7
War'burg 35, S'field 6
Cul-S'ton 32, 111. Col. 12
Hanover 26, Centre 19
Wash, (Mo) 25, S. D'ta 19
Kan. Wes. 20, Emporia 14
Eureka 32,. Principia 19

Otterbein. 46, Marietta 13

Baker 16, Bethel 0
Manchester 40, Earlham 7

Toledo 27, W. Mich. 16

Defiance 7, Ohio No. 6
Kenyon 13, Oberlin 7
Hei'berg 19, Muskingm 13

Carthage 7, Westmar-7
Butler 27, Ball St. 7
Taylor 19, Ind. Cen. 13
Augustana 34, Carroll 20
Oshkosh 6, Eau Claire 0
Mont. St. 35, Omaha Of
Bemidji 27, Moorheard 14
McAlester 27, Hamline 0
Beloit 27, Beloit Frosh 0
Mt. Union 13, Hiram 7
Lake Forest 46, Elmhurit 0

Denison 53, Capital 7

John Carroll 46, Case 13
Marshall 34, Ohio U. 28

Drake 21, Bradley 13

St. Vicent 14, B-Wall. 0
G. Rapids JC 26, Ferris 0

Kalamazoo 21, Adrian 13
Dayton 24, Xavier (0)13
Bluffton 27, Findlay 13
Milliki 0, HI. Wes 0
Rose Poly 49, Franklin IS
Anderson 23, Ind. State 7
la. St. Tchers 27, N. Dak. 20
Wheaton 9, N. Central 6
St. Norh't 19, Whitewater T
Loras 14, Platteville 13

Albion 20, Mich. Tech 0

Hillsdale 7. Hope 6

St. Ambrose 48. LiCrosse 12

River Jails 14. St. Cloud 7

Coneordia 8, N.W. Coll. 7
St. Olaf 35, Monmouth 0

Mor'side 40, A'stana 24

Wabash 35, Ohio Wes. IS
Wayne 21, W. Reserve 10

SOUTHWEST

Oklahoma 14, Colorado IS
Texas A. and M. 14, Baylor t
Arkansas 12, Ole Miss. 6
Auburn 4fl. Houifnn T

Texas 19, Rice 14

W. Texas 99, Hard-SJm 19

E.Tex. St. 21. Sara Hous. 11

Trinity 27, SW. La. 7
NW. Okla. 35, C. Okla. 6
Abil-Chris. 47, SW Tex.
E. New Mex 28, Austin 14
FAR WEST
Wash. St. 13, So. Cal. IS
Oregon 24, California 6
Stanford 20, UCLA C

26

The Stud La Pomarada's hard
running native thoroughbred Coral
yesterday afternoon raced to a
smashing upset victory in the fea featured
tured featured seven furlong $400 Republic
of Italy Handicap at the President
Remon racetrack.
Coral went off a rank outsider

in the main event and came out

a surprise winner hy three-quar

ters of a length over mutuels fa

vorite Picararo. Coral, ridden by
green apprentice Atquimedes Alfa-

ro, returned the astronomincal win
odds of $180 per ducat' and com combined
bined combined with odds-on favorite Mikel

winner m the sixth race, for a

aouoie inai returned $W)2.4U to a

few lucky ticket holders.
Celestial Fire wound up third in
the handicap and Cirtillero was
fourth in a close finish.
Kadir also put over amild upset
in the secondary attraction, the

I seven furlong dash for second and

third series imported horses. Scin'
dilation wound up second by a
half length and. .another half
length further back was Bacanci Bacanci-to.
to. Bacanci-to. Kadir, ridden by Amado Credi Credi-dio,
dio, Credi-dio, paid $9.60 per win ticket.
Classic hopeful Jalisco scored a
relatively easy two-length victory
in the one mile and an eighth
nightcap for fifth series imported

racers. Jalisco's entrymate, Picu

do, was second and Best third

neck back. Singful was fourth and

buniair last.

Ruben Vasquez, who piloted Ja

lisco, also scored with Cam aria

and Henco to be the day's winnmg-

esi naer. rvo otner jocxey scored

more man once.
The dividends:

Teams

El Panama Hotel
Carta Vieia Rum

Cardoze-Lindo
Seymour Agency

Austin Cars

Agewood whiskey k
Five leading averaged

194, Almeda 189, Soyster
mian 188. Cascio 186.

The number one grade league on

the isthmus uvea up to its num

ber 'one standard. The league aver-

ged 178 per game Friday night

at the Diablo Center, -and it was
exclusively a 4 to 0 evening, mean

ing ill or nothing for each team.

17
16
12
10
10

Toland

188, Da

C. L. Evinrude 4 Agewood
Now here was bowling at its
best, when Soyster, Kunkel, Lo Lo-wande
wande Lo-wande and Toland pushed their
Evinrude Motors .to full capacity,
with a team average of 196 per
game per man. With such smooth
powerful performance, the Cardoze-Lindo
aggregation had no
trouble posting four points in the
win column.
Their opponents, Agewood, can
partially blame eighteen misses

for their low scores. For the Evin-

rudes. Ed Kunkel and Bob Toland

were really on the beam; Bob had

a 648 and Ed 654. in the first

game, between them fed and aoo
collected 501, only 90 pins less

then the entire Agewood team.

Their other two teammates, Dick
Soyster and Ed Lowande contri

buted enough pins to give their
team a total, an average of 213

per man, the tops for the league
this year. Their series oi 2351 was

also the highest in that category,

The only consolation the lowly
Agewood team possessed was that

Bob Cover had his best nient in

this year's Clsssic loop, a 577.

El Panama Hotel 4 Austin 0

The Hotel El Panama with Bill

Coffey, returning to his least-year's

Classic Leaeue form, uie team

had an easy time with Austin

Cars, who are tied for the bottom
position in the league. Everyone
in the Hotel's register came

thrniiffh with a 200 came, with

Coffer having two. On. the jMher

hand, the Austins best was a 196

mark for Lei Pahl. The El rana

ma's clean sweep insured them

top billing in the staudings, with

Me Kee
Fistonich
Knoll

iBoyer

Totals

Soyster

Kunkel
Lowande
Toland

Totals

Ago wood
133 136
160 1S8
134 161
164 210
591 675
Evinrude
191 160

254
171
247
863

185
'162
212
719

175
169
182
203
729
185
215
180
189
769

444
497
477
57T
1995
536
654
513
64S
2351

13

14
14
IS
16
19
24
Of

a two point advantage over Carta

Vieja Yankee Hum Jtunners.

Today Encanto 35, 20
Spencer Tracy in
"DESK SET"
In Cinemascope!
Marl BIsnchard in
she DrnL

Tedor IDEAL -25 .15
Mark Dana In J
THAJUOtrS CTRSr
Buster Crabbe in

First Race
Venganza $6.60, S3.
Edith Piaf $3.40
Second Riee
Alminar $7.60, $4.60
Princesa Vanidad $9.40

First Double: $24.
Third Race
Pancho Lopez $4.40, $3.20
Sideral $5.80
Ono-Two: IJJ.M
Fourth Roce
Camargo $3, $2.40
Rock 'nVRoll $4.
Qulnlela: $11.40
Fifth Raco
Henco $2.40, $2.20
Mimi $3.20
Sixth Raco
Mikel $3.60, $2.80
Camberwell $4.40
Seventh Race
Coral $180, $26.40
Picararo $4 60
Second Double: $412.46
Eighth Reeo
King's Park $19.40, $4.40
Sculptor $2.20
Quiniala: $11.
Ninth Rac
Kadir $9.60, $5.
Scintillation $2.80.
OneTwe $25.41
Tenth Race
Jaliseo (e) $2.60, $2.20
Picudo (e) $2.20

Carta Vlia 4 Seymour Agency

The Carta "Vieja quartet sent to
sponsor, Al Grimas a record of a
quartet of wins. Of course the
first game was as close -as you
can have it, a sola pin, and in
the third game again Carta Vieja
prevailed in another close tussle.
Leaders for the Varta Vieja Rums,
were Don Rudy and Pepc Damian

both with 577. Pepe pinch hitting
for absent Chuck Almeda, has
come through in a great style for
the Rum Runners.

For Seymour Captarr, Curly

Bates is anxiously awaiting the

return of his two stalwarts, Car'

men Cascio and Mike Nunez, be

Warrant Officer Vescio of Clayton

cause the insurance representatives

have dropped twelve in a row,

Warrant Officer Vescio of Clayton

a newcomer on the Isthmus had

his baptismal in the Classic

League, rolling for Seymour and

his S46 was the best the Seymour

had to offer.

High team Series Evinrude

2351, High team game Evinrude

863.

High man set Knottek 661 High

single game Knottek 289.

PACIFIC WOMEN'S LEASUS

Teams yy L
Mischiefs 20 12

MisDenaved 19
Miscast ig
Missys it
Misled is

Mistakes is
Misfire 19
Misfits 1

Mischiefs 4 Mistakes
This was the cruris! mh

me cottee uonut League. Both

teams were tied lor first n

iore me proceedings started, but
the fun. loving Mischiefs are now
by themselves in the top spot.
They took all four point from
the Mistakes, but the big news
was the overwhelming margin the
Mischiefs amassed in theier win winning.
ning. winning. Inez Davis had one of the hiah.

est scratch series bv mv lortv

bowler of the vear in1 nv

with a 549, and 585 scratch. And
her other mischief making play playmates
mates playmates toyed with the opposition,

coyotmujr Ann Mill W1M 543, nan-
dicapl Thelma Guibert 526. For
the upset Mistakes, the leader was
Mrmi Metzger with 515. No one
else was close.
Misbehaved $ Misfire 1
Misfires started off as if they
were going places when they snar snared
ed snared the first same, but th Miih..

haved put halt to all such notions,
when they won all the three re remaining
maining remaining points. The mmirU l..

kept the Misbehaved from gaining
a first place We. Only One bowler bowler-ette
ette bowler-ette broke 500 and that- "spoiler"
was Rose Anne Morrizey with 537,
the Misbehaved Captain.

I Miscast S Misled 1

St. 6

14

Washington 19, Ore.

Idaho 20, Fresno 4
Utah St. 27. Colo. St.

Utah 23, Wyoming is

Tulsa 12, AF Academv 7

firigbam Y'ng 25, Denver 6

Colo St. 7, Colo. Mines 6
Wd'te 33, CoL Idaho 21
E. Wash. 16, Pae. L'ran 0
Montana 21, New Mexico 6
W. Moat. 39. N. Mont. 7
Wh't worth S4, Brit Col 6
S. Ore 21, Ore Ed. 19

Rocky Mt 7, Carroll 7
Idaho St. 34, Colo. CoL 7
SFra 46, Cal Aggies 0
Law-Ork IS, Pacifie 14
W. (Colo) 52, Nevada 14
Cen.' Wash 25, PugetSnd T
New Mex. Hi, 41, Adams 13
xSanta Barbara, Cal. Poly
xW. Wash, Humboldt

xCancelled Flu
150 LB. FOOTBALL
Array T. Navy

Rutgers 41, Cornell 14
SERVICE
Boiling ATB 38, Ft Sill 14
Ft. Hood 25, Ft. Loo. Wood IS
Salabrldge 24, Ft Muth 7
: CANADIAN FRO
Hamilton IS, Montreal IT
Ottawa 33, Toront. T
- HIGH SCHOOL

El Panama
Lane 171 160 300 631
Coffey 225 190 210 625
Knottek 164 178 225 567
Allen 218 185 172 575
Totals 778 713 807 2298
Asotin
Pahl 181 178 196 555
Thomas 169 131 176 476
Samaniego '181 192 150 523
Best 151 181 193 505
Totals 682 '662 715 2059
Carta Vioa
Gleiehmaa 153 15 168 116
Wallace 145 164 180" 489
Rudy 183 210 184 577
Damian 169 213 195 577
Totals 650 782 727 2159
Seymewr Aaency
Fernandoj 130 139 139 428
Bowers 156 170 162 488
Vescio 185 172 189 546
Richardson 178 163 201 542
Totals 649 644 711,3004

In two close sramei th tmv

split, but m the odd game, t h
Miscasts piled enough margin t

give them eredit for total n i n a.

Gladys Wiley was not dihnrtn.

ed by her low first fame for tha

Miscasts, because she came back
With tWO OOd Camel, and InnV

the honors for the morning with
534. Lottie Johnson also hit that
500 mark. For the Misleds only
Helen Winkler made the grade
with 514.

- AMseyt 4 Misfits
This Friday moraine business la

not agreeing with the Misfit, be because
cause because the other "M" teams are
picking on tehm to pile up points.
This week it was the Missvs that

took a whack at the Misfits for
four points, shoving the latter
deeper in the cellar.
Myrtle Mangels set a good ex example
ample example for the Misfits with a 510
set and Gloria Julian followed
suit with a 512. but for the others.

the ball, or the pins, or both
would cooperate with the kegler kegler-ettes.
ettes. kegler-ettes. But the Missys had spend-N
did cooperation from the 24 inch
sphere and maples when Eva Lee
clipped 550, Irene Beler 532 and
Kit Van Ernst 526.

This clean sweep put the Mis

sys only two points out of first
place.

Fight Results

HAVANA, Cuba. Oct.; 28 (UP)

Orlando (Zurdo) Echevarria won

split decision over Armando Ba-

ragaCO in a 10-round bout here
Saturday night Both fighters
weighed 153.

Hnt.t.vwnrin w ttbm

Ross Padilla, 121, Stockton, Calif California,
ornia, California, rallied in the stretch to up upset
set upset 4-1 favorito German OHM,
120, Mexico City, by taking a split

10-round decision last night at tha
Hollywood Legion Stadium.

Padilla, who was nearly out on'

his feet in the fourth round, eame
back strongly in the fifth stanza
to lick his opponent handily la the

8004 j remaining rounds.

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MONDAY OCTOBER 28. 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SEVEN

Grid Changes Hold Conerly s
Enthusiasm After 18 Years

By JIMMY BRESLIN

now, you d ihinkyjootball would
be a walk jtowrflBlst, Street ior
Charley Conerlys This is a street
in the Bronx which goes down a
cement hill "from Conerly's hotel
to Yankee Stadium, three good good-sized
sized good-sized blocks away.
At 9 o'clock each morning, Con Con-erly
erly Con-erly walks-easily pasTthe kosher
delicatessens, candy stores' and

bars which ;raake up -the. street
afld goes into the Stadium for the
Giants1 practice 'session, v
For 18 years, starting when the
last period of his Clarksdale,
Miss., high school classes ended,
Conerly' has been walking tto a
football practice field. It was the
same through four years at the
University of Mississippi with
time off for Marine war duty and
it hasn't changed since 1948, when
he came to the Giants.
He had gone' through years with
the single wing, the : A formation,
the T 4nd even a mart who makes
his living from foothall figures to
be bored with all the practice time
by now.
For whn Conerly plays quarter quarterback
back quarterback for the defending champion
Giants, he does it his own way. A
week can be spent setting up
this, but the Giants, from Jim
Lee Howell dqwn, know Charley
will come out on a Sunday and

move with only one thing in mind
get the' big one across.
In action, his notion of the best
way to play the game is to take
the field with the offensive team,
tVirmir a fiiifkrinurn nace In cnm p-

body, hold the, ball for the extra
point, then trot hack to the bench
and sit down while the Giants'
defensive platoon takes ever.
After 18 years, you're not going
to change him. Nor do the Giants
particularly care to, so a practice
session must be a going-through-the-motroos
thing.

life., V.V J:

Conerly, dcom't see It this way
at all.
"Each,, week," he says, "they
got something new ready for you.
This professional league isn't even
a week to week thing. A X:lub al always
ways always changes its defenses and you
have to he ready for them."
So rnnorlv nuts nn a sweat suit

and sits in the dressing room, for
the 45-minute meeting which pre precedes
cedes precedes practice. The team goes out
on the turf for an hour and a half
session during which Conerly
throws a few passes in a warm-up
drill, then runs through plays for
a half hour against the defense.

'KS- y, -

f v. jL1 S?t X' v v ".", t.'
n

Pete Nakamura
International

Golf Winner

THE SON ALSO RISES

a.

Charley Conerly

The rest of the session is taken
up with running standard plays
used by Sunday's opponent. (Con (Conerly
erly (Conerly and the rest of the New York
offensive players learn them a,nd
give the defensive unit an idea' of
what's coming up..
At 12:30 sandwiches are brought
into the dressing room and the
club munches on them while the
endless blackboard drills and
game movies are gone over. It is
not until 2:30 that Conerly walks
back up the hill to his hotel Where
he'll eat, watch some television
and go to bed.
Sunday is gamcday and Mon Monday
day Monday an- qff day. Tuesday's work

CAN'T MISS
SYRACUSE (NEA) Pete, Catal Catal-di
di Catal-di says that the Syracuse soccer
squad hopes to do better than it
did last year, when the Orange
was winless in nine games. Ca Ca-,taldi
,taldi Ca-,taldi succeeded Coach Joe Weber,

consists of a loosening up drill.
- But: to Charley Conerly each of
them is new.
"Nothing gets old, long as you
like playing football," he says.
Might Hurt
Somebody
COLUMBIA, S.C. (NEA) -A
big-footed South Carolina bench bench-warmer
warmer bench-warmer was. called to the sideline
to -get ready to go into the game.
With boyish, excitement, the
large footballer, rushed up and

did indeed plant a foot on top of
the foot of Wirren Giese.
"Now, Coach?" he impatiently
imploed.
"Oh, sit down," the coach or ordered,
dered, ordered, nursing his throbbing toes.
,"You might hurt somebody out

'there."

TOKYO, Oct. II (UP) Ptt
Nakamura of Japan won th In
tarnations I Golf Trophy cham championship
pionship championship today with i n a I
round 37-3471, and tt.mod with
Koiehl Ono gava Japan tha Can Canada
ada Canada Cup titla with a two man
total of 557.

Nakamura captured individual
honors in this four-day ouma

ment at Kasumigaseki Country

Club as toe finished up-with 'a' one-under-nar
round, which left him

fourteen shots under the c,ard for

the distance. Ono fired a closing
35-3772 to found out Japan's up upset
set upset victory s the United States
team of Sam'. Snead and J i m m y
Demaret finished second sine shots
back at 566. j

of Gen Sariwn, posted rounds''

of 48 (8-67-71 V274, whiclt j a T
three players ftied or second by
seven shots. I
Thev were Snead. Gary Player

of South Africa and Dave Thomas
of Wales, all, at 281.

American League
Attendance Goes Up
Nearly 4 Per Cent
CHICAGO (UP) Attendance
at i American League games dur during
ing during last season was 3.8 per cent
above that for 1956.
The league reported yesterday
that six teams figured prominent prominently
ly prominently in the attendance total of 8,196, 8,196,-218
218 8,196,-218 led by the Detroit Tigers.
The Tigers had the biggest in increase,
crease, increase, at home, 221,164, and to total
tal total ori.272,346.
The New York Yankees regis registered
tered registered 1,497,134, the largest home
attendance, and also led in road
attendance with 1,838,424. How However,
ever, However, the Chicago White Sox
showed the biggest road attend attendance
ance attendance gain, 127,436 more than 1956.
The Tigers, Yankees, White Sox,
the Boston Bed Sox, Baltimore
Orioles and Washington Senators

all showed increases in home at attendance.
tendance. attendance. All but Washington and
Kansas City registered road at attendance
tendance attendance boosts.
The league's 225 night games

drew a total of 3,889,023, a rise

of 225,632 over last season.

J LUCE The BIG, j
47'' "TACKLE fZ LA,

OUT OF DOORS with

by
JOE WILLIAMS

.OFFICIAL LIST: 0F; THE; NATIONAL lOTJERY-OF BENEFICENCE

.- Is ; PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA ,:r
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2016, Sunday October 27, 1957
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two series "A" It "B" of 26 pieces each.

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

4351
8 671
9 9 62

$ 52,000.00
$ 15,600.00
$ 7,800.00

No. Pilztf No. Prlzti No. Prize No. Prlief No. Pvizct No. Piizoi No. PrlzM No. PtIim No. Prizu No. Prlxef
I s s s s s s a s
0051 15S.0O 1051 156.00 2051 156.00 3051 156.00 4051 MM 5051 156.00 1051 15S.0S 7051 156 00 S051 156.00 9051 156.00
0151. 156.00 1151 156.00 2151 156.00 3151 156.00 4151' 156.00 S151 156.00 6151 156.00 7151 1S6.00 8151 1S6.00 9151 ISO 00
0251' 1..6.00 1251 156.00 2251 156.00 3251 156.00 4251 156.00 5251 156.00 6251 156.00 7251 156.00 8251 150.00 251 156.00
0351 2,600.00 1351 2,600.00 2351 2,600.00 3351 2,600.00 4351 52,000.00 5351 2,600.00 0351 2,600.00 7351 2,600.00 8351 2,800.00 9351 2,600.00
0451' 156.00 1451 156.00 2451 156.00 3451 156.00 4451 156.00 5451 156.00 6451 156.00 7451 156.00 8451 156.00 9451 156.00
0551 151.00 1551 156.00 2551 156.00 3551. 156.00 4551 156.00 5551 156.00 8551 156.00 7551 156.00 8551 156.00 9551 156.00
0851. 150.00 1651 156.00 2651 156.00 3651 156.00 4851 156.00 5651 156.00 6651 156.00 7651 156.00 8651 156.00 9651 156.00
0751 156.00 1751 156.00 2751 156.00 3751 156.00 4751 156.00 5751 156.00 6751 156.00 7751 150.00 S751 150.00 9751 156.00
0851 s -156.00 1851 156.00 2851 156.00 385t 156.00 4851 156.00 5851 W6.00 6851 156.00 7851 156.00 8851 156.00 9851 156.00
0651 156.00 1951 156.00 2951 156.00 3951 . 156.00 4951 156.00 5951 156.00 6951 -156.00 79S1 156.00 8951 156.00 9951 156.00
" 1 1 1

In a World Series post mortem
Casey StengeL answering a spe specific
cific specific question, had said yes, he
most certainly would, have used
Sal Maelie against the Braves if

the emiment Barber had been eli eligible.
gible. eligible. The Yankees got Maglie from
the Dodgers late m the season after
waivers had been, cleared. To get
him theV cave UD $35.000 -in cash

and two -tripleAj players. en;:'tt

sunace, mis wa,.,a couinivnpiai
deal.. .the kind the Yankees habi habitually
tually habitually make as stretch-drive insur insur-ance.
ance. insur-ance. But in reality It was uniquely
different from the deals which had

brought them Johnny Mize, John

ny Sain, Ewell Blackwell, et al,

from NL noncontenders; the tim

ing was such that it denied the
Yankees the use of Maglie in the
Series. The Dodfiers withheld ra

tification until the eligibility dead

line (Sept. 1) had expired.

he is to he reduced to the status
of second-string catcher.
"Sentimentally, a tough decision
to make," admitted. Bavasi, "but
two poor years in a row (.219 and
.242) make us realize he's had, it.
He can still help us iii the No. 2
spot, but if we are to- get back on
top we've got to get a No. 1 catcher
who can drive in ryns."

Run Totalt

hrinlc.

Approximations Derived From First Prize

- r i2J 2BM I 4344 520.06 4348 520.00 4.150 520.00 4353 520.00 I 435S 520.00 I 4257 520.00 I 4359 520.00
43a S2q.M. 4345 520.00 I 4347 520,00,, 4349 520.00 4352 520.00 435 520.00 I 4356 520.00 I 435S 520.00 I 4360 520.00
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
ni 1
s s i s s s s t 0 t
0071 260.00 1071 260.00 2071 280.00 2671 260.00 .4671 260.00 5671 260.00 0671 266 00 7671 280.00 9671 280.00
?! HI'2! !S!f !J9 !" 66 13,100 8868 130 00 860 v 130.00 SOtI 130.M 8674 130.00 uii 130.00 M7ii 1MM
8663 130.00, 8668 130.00 8867 130.00 8669 130.00 8070 130.00 8671 130.00 8675 130.00 8677 136.00 8679 130.00

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

062 156.00 1082 156.M' 2962 156.00 3962 156.00 4982 r 156.00 1 5962 I 156.00 6982 1S6.O0 P 7982 156.00 .1 8962 156.00
2!f !If'2! ,MM S7 1040 9959 104.00 9901 104.00 1 9984 loToO 90M 10440 I 9968 loToO 9970 10400
9954 104.00 9956 104.00 0958 104.00 I 9960 104.00 9961 104.00 9965 104.00 9987 104.00 1 9989 lOM I 9971 1 104 00
' I 1

Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: The 1st in Chlriqui, 2nd Panama,, 3rd In Bocaa del Toro

TheNIne Hundred whole tickets ending In 1 and not included in the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each.

The
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whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "B"

4 SIGNED By:' ALBERTO ALEMAN, Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
ls The Representative of the Treasury, JOSE GUTLLERMO AIZPU
WITNESSES: Armando Chaw Ced. 47-23882 JULIO R. VALDES D.
T c ; yoeI' Dunn Ced. 11-8131 Notary PubUe, Panama

PABLO A. PINEL
- Secretary.

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rJOTF'Th 'ooHt ticket with tht last clphot and with tho two last
"u 1 c clpbn affply only to tha First Prize.
Tn lint Prizo and tl tad and Srd Prizes arc drawn separately Tha ap approximation
proximation approximation are calculated on tha First. Second and Third Prizes In case
a ticket should cairy (he numbers of each prize, the holder la entlUcd to
claim payment tor each, t .

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES-

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Sunday, October 27, 1957

Drawing Number 717

Fraction

Ticket

First Prize.
Second Prize.
Third Prize.

,51
..71
. ,r62

$11.00 $220.00

3.00
2.00

50.00
40.00'

The prizes will bt pais? hi aeeardanea wHh tha Official LlM ef PanaaiO ta
the "ftim ef the M.hal Beneficent Lottery lted Central A rain
Plan or Ordinary Drawinf No. 1617 which will take
place NoTember 3, 1957
Divided la two series of M fracttona each denominated "A" and B"

FIRST n.VLT

1 First Prize. Series A and B. of

1 Second Prize. Series A and B, of

1 Tnira prize, penes A and B. of -18
Approximations. Series A and B, of
t Prizes. Series A and B. of
SO Prizes. Series A and B. of
900 Prizes. Series A and B. of

' S20 000.00 each series

T.sno oo each aeries
a.900.00 each aarles
' 260.00 each series
1 1,30 00 each series
700 each aeries,
28.00 each aeries

' SECaND PKTZB
IS Approximations, Series A and B, of 8 85 M each aeries
Prizes. Series A and B. of 130.00 each aeries

third raize v
18 Approximations, Series A and b. of S (2 00 each aeries
t Prizes, Series A and B. of '.8.00 each aeries

1074 Prizes 4 Tetal

$52.000 00
15.600.08
7.800 00
' 0.30 00
23.400 O
. 14.040 0
4,aoon
t 2 S40 00 -U40.00'
t 1J72.M '.
i.404.00

..Sl76S440

Price of a whole ticket .$26.00
Price of a fifty-second part 50 V

'PRIZES ARC PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

Picking up where Stengel had

left of in the opening paragraph,

George Weiss, the Yankees gener general
al general manager, turned to the sports
writers and said:

"We did everything possible to

complete the deal to

Maglie woul tvs avaiiame tor me
Series, but the Brooklyn club,
apparently under orders from the
National League, refused abso absolutely."
lutely." absolutely." The NL has lost more than one
Series in the past to the Yankees
On the hitting and pitching of for

mer lodge members, and if Weiss'
remarks strongly implied conspi

racy, it might be argued that the
background of the situation was
also strongly temptinj and sugest-ive.

A check with NL ministers and
exchequers yesterday brought re

actions reaging from ridicule to

acerbity.

(1) The league certainly hadanot

ganged up on the Yankees. (2) Was
Weiss trying to alibi or apologize?

(3) A gratiotous helittlement of

a fine' championship performance

etcetera, etcetera.

The Dodgers' run. productivity
suffered a sharp depression last
season. In RBI's they' trailed the
champion Braves by 124 runs, 648
against 772. "Nothing can explain

our decline more graphically than
that statistic," (Bavasi agreed.

Campanella had had an opera operation
tion operation on his right iiand for the
removal of bone chips an d h e
beamed with optimism when we
caught up with him in camp last
spring. On account of the chips,
he hadn't been able to erip the bat
properly. That's why he had it
only .219. in '56. Hut this year it
would be different. His hand was as
good as new. And that's all that
had held him back. ..his hand and

the pain that restricted his grip.

But the Dodgers decision is that
they have gone as fpr as they can
with him as a regular. Bavasi in indicated
dicated indicated no attempt will be made
to trade or release him. On the

contrary, we got the impression

the cheerful roly poly can stay with

the club as long as he wants. We
hope this is so. Campy's one rea reason
son reason we find anguish in the shit
that takes the Bums form the Go-

wanus Canal to the Chavez Ravine.

-J

Stk Now Catcher

The gentlemen who had complet

ed it...Emil (Buzzie) avasi

explained the conditional aspect

of the deal. ."There was still an
outside chance at the time the
Dodgers might make it. We were
interested in the deal because Mag Maglie
lie Maglie didn't figure in our '58 8plans.

But if we happened to get in the
Series we didn't want' to see him

in a Yankee unioform. Weiss under

stood our situation perfectly. Whv

he waited until after the Series to

make a point of it was surprising.

Nothing had changed from the hour

he had accepted our terms.".

So. unless Weiss can manage a

convincing rebuttal and is prepar prepared
ed prepared to present it, we must question
the motive as well as the sub sub-tantialitv
tantialitv sub-tantialitv of his broad insinuation

that the NL'ers stacked the. deck
against him in a Series the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees couldn't win.

Bavasi was clearing a desk pre

paratory to a fligst ta Skiatrorv
Calif., future home ot the Dodders.

Despite .tneir tnira place iimsn

last season, he feit confident the

team would retrieve its fallen pres
tige. A step in that direction dras drastically
tically drastically involves. Boy Campanella;

it W :

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J

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m

NO BETTER Vladimir Kuts
ran 5,000 meters in 13 minutes
and 35 seconds in home. The
Russian traversed the distance
1.8 seconds faster than it h a s2
ever been dona before.

Man's Error Makes Game
Dangerous
By WARREN PACE
Shooting Editor
Any sparks flying off these type

writer keys result trom the ge general
neral general incandescence that comes

over me when word comes in of
hunter, or shikaril lugged into a
hunter, or shikaril ugged into a
hospital for a re-assembly job

alter being beaten up by some
four-legged animal mishandled by
a two-legged hunter.
When a dude tries to start right
out in the big leagues, and so
manages to botch an encounter
with a dangerous animal that the
professional who has to Cover for
him or her is smashed up, there's
considerable .anger heat raised.

A Britisn Columbia guide came
near to making his wife a widow

after this sport had insisted, over
the guide's protests in shooting
at and wounding a grizzly out of
range. An Alaskan came within
an ace of being chawed and claw clawed
ed clawed to bloody rubbish because his
dude couldn't or at least didn't
hit a brown bear properly at 50

yards.

Two African white hunters have
eanp into a Tinsnilsl heoaiise Hip

safarists they were guiding fouled 1

up the all-importart Jirst shot on
Cape buffalo, the only shot which
has any real shocK eifect. There Thereby
by Thereby was set up the classical charg-ing-game-in-thinck-bush
situation
in which somebody, certainly least
of all the offending safarist, is like likely
ly likely to get hurt.
It has become a fetish among
a certain set of hig game hunters,

by and large the least competent
of the lot, that any o; tne dan dangerous
gerous dangerous game they snoot, the "Big
Five" of Africa, the tiger, panther
or sladang of India, the grizzly
type bears of our own continent,

must be killed in a charge.
Preferably, for parlor story ef effect,
fect, effect, their beasts must' drop a few
feet from the muzzle of the.,' in intrepid
trepid intrepid adventurer's rifle. .:.
I"
When they are in truth deliber deliberate
ate deliberate attacks by animals they have
been provoked. usuiUy by some
stupid error of tactics or rrflery

on the part os said intrepidrad-

venturer. Shooting at too great

range, putting a slue into an ani animal's
mal's animal's euts instead of its shoulder.

or getting into a tactical situation
from which the animal can escape
only be running ovc- the hunters,
these are what provoke attacks by
dangeous game. .; '"
Animals are far less dangerous
than man.

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S FOSTERS COTTAGES and laf
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Commercial Sites
FOR RfNTi Spiea lor ijHiea.
Cawpaliia da Saguro buildiag ia
Camaa Alaara. Air coadifionad,
lTltor. clMaarmari. bia ipaea
for parking 26 M2. Tal 3-0136.
FOR RENT i Commarelal alta.
magalHeant laearlcn on
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FOR MNTi Complataly fur fur-Uiod
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Court and Bridie
Of Honor Planned
At V On Knv. 1ft
The Canal Zone Council 801,
Boy Scouts of America, will hold
combined Court of Honor for
Boy Scouts and Bridge of Honor
for Explorers in the Gymnasium
of the YJH.C.A., Balboa, on Nov.
16, at 7:00 p.m.
Star and Life awards will be
presented to eleglble Scouts and
Explorers, as well as troop ad advancement
vancement advancement awards for those
troop advancement awards for
those troops raechlng the 40 per
cent goal.
All Scouts and Scouters are
urged to attend and participate
and to bring family and friends
to enjoy these Impressive cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies and the social function
immediately following. Light re refreshment
freshment refreshment will be served and it
Is suggested that Explorers bring
their girl friends for dancing.
Information is desired by the
committee concerning anticipat anticipated
ed anticipated attendance. The number of
Scouts, Scouters and guests who
expect to attend should be sub submittedto
mittedto submittedto the Scout Office. Phone
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James A Butcher, left, of the U.S. Army Engineer Section, Fort
Clayton, receives a $10 check from Department of the Army
presented by Albert A. Mittag, right, chief of the projects and
plans branch, Engineer Section. In 1956 Butcher received a
suggestion award certificate and a $15 check for the adop adoption,
tion, adoption, at command level, of his suggestion to install a sheet
metal cover with a canvas drop on reproducing machines to
V cover the undeveloped feed roll of paper, thus protecting un un-;
; un-; developed sensitized Ozalid reproducing paper. The presenta presenta-t
t presenta-t tion of the $10 check in a recent ceremony at Fort Clayton
" waafor the adoption of the suggestion at Department of the
" Army level Buther lives on 12th of October St., Panama City.
; V.S. Army photo)

VARNISH & PAINTS
OF FIRST QUALITY

Apartments

ATTENTION, ft, 1.1 Jus
modem furnished tmeiirs, I,
2 fcsd rooms, bat, oeM watew.
Phona Paaama J-4941.
FOR RENT: EL CANGREJO
THREE BEDROOM APART APARTMENT.
MENT. APARTMENT. COOL AND SPACIOUS.
AVAILABLE SOON. PHONE J J-7105.
7105. J-7105. FOR RENT) 2 -bedroom apart apartment,,
ment,, apartment,, maid's room, hot water.
Jutto 'Arosemana No. 37-11.
Inquire 37th street No. 4-23.
FOR RENT: space Tony's El Pa Patio
tio Patio 36rh St. No. IS. lunch .75
and .90, lunch dinners 1.10 up.
Phone 3-6160.
FOR RENT: One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment over Panama
Auto, Automibile Row. $75,
monthly, telephone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: Completely fur fur-niihed
niihed fur-niihed concrete chalet, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, hot water. Road facing
Paitilla Airfield No. 109. Call 3 3-0553.
0553. 3-0553. FOR RENT: Campo Alegra
beautifully furnished cool mod modern,
ern, modern, ena room apartment, op opposite
posite opposite El Panama. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apart-man
man apart-man across Panama Hotel. Apply
Via Esparia No. 106 Apartment
5.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen, maid's room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage. Alberto Navarro
street No. 51. El Cangrejo.
Phona 2-0850.
Funeral Services
For A. A. Wilson
Tuesday Afternoon
Funeral services, will be held
at the Corinthian Temple tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 4 p.m. for Alexander A.
Wilson of Pueblo Nuevo, who
died Saturday at his home, No.
47, on 9th Street He will be
buried in the Pueblo Nuevo Cem Cem-etery
etery Cem-etery
4 ' V &
Wilson was a. member of Court
Mizpa, Ancienff-Order of Fores Foresters
ters Foresters 9198. He Is survived by his
widow, MrJan Wilson; three
sons, George, : Cuthbert, and Al Albert;
bert; Albert; four daughters, Lily, Maude
and Violet Wilson, and Mrs. Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia King; 'and by fifteen
grandchildren, and other rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Balboa 2-3711 not later than
Nov. 5.
All troops and posts have been
asked to get advancement re reports
ports reports in for Scouts and Explor Explorers
ers Explorers qualified for Star and Life
awards as early as possible to as assure
sure assure clearance prior to the big
day.
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Phone 3-711 y 3712

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SERVICES
3 -minute ear wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $6. Auro-Bano, Trans-Uth'
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WANTED TO BUY: 25 cyde
refrigerator in good condition.
Balboa 2-1397.
WANTED: One blond Cocker
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185.
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for rates and information
TeL Panama 2-0533
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Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 jriAlil62
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Riding b Jumping Classes daily
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155 Central Ave.
CHIROPRACTOR
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Hours: 9 to 12 3 to 6
Tel. 3-3272 Panama
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Automobiles
FOR SALt: Tony's V Patio
36th No. 15. lunch .75 and .90,
dinners 1. 10 up. Phone 3-6160.
FOR SALE. 1948 Chevrolet 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, 33,000 miles. Best cash
offer by 4 p.m. Friday. C. A. A.-2-J716
or 2-3376.
Republic of Korea
Uncovers 3,548
Misapporpriations
SEOUL. Oct. 28 (UP) The It-
public of Korea board of audit
uncovered 3,548 cases of misap misappropriations
propriations misappropriations of government funds
and property amounting to $5,070, $5,070,-142
142 $5,070,-142 during the first eight months
of 1957.
The agency disclosed the misap misappropriations
propriations misappropriations in a report to the
budgetary committee of the nation national
al national assembly.
According to the report, central
government agencies misappropri misappropriated
ated misappropriated $2,544,000, local autonomous,
governments $137,600 and various
government operated enterprises
$2,398,542.

Hungarian Youth Finds 'Happiness,
Plus 35 Pounds' In Year On Zone

October attain returns to Hun
gary. Its chilling wind blows
through shelltorn buildings, over
the graves of those who died and
into the hearts of those who re
main.
For those who chose not to re
main, those who said "Nem, nem,
soha" (no, no never), the future is
brighter and the October wind not
quite as cold.
One who got away is 17-year-oia
Matthew Hunyadi. On Oct. 23, J956
Be awoke in his Hungarian home
lown Oi JtioaipecozaarneuF 10 iace
a day that gave hh-th W desper
ate and terror-filled revolt Oy tne
Hungarian people to throw off the
yoke of communism.
On Oct. 23, 1957 he awoke in his
present home with Col. and Mrs.
Joseph R. Walton in Fort Clayton
to face a day tnat gave mrtn to
another stepping stone in his new
future.'
Ten months ago, Matthew was
reunited hor with his sister,
Mrs. Walton, after a 13-yeer sep separation,
aration, separation, when the USNS Gibbins
docked In Cristobal.
A darrne escape and months in
Austrian refugee camps had pre pre-ceeded
ceeded pre-ceeded his arrival here. At that
time, his English was very limit limited.
ed. limited. Today it is impossibl eto dis distinguish
tinguish distinguish him from any other teen teenager
ager teenager among those who come pour pouring
ing pouring out of every available opening
of Balboa High School at the end
of a school day, books in hand and
free at last.
Matthew is a senior at Balboa and
a favorite among, tne siuaems.
Last year, before the revolt, he
was a junior m a Hungarian high
school. When he arrived in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, he felt it best to go back
a year because of the language bar barrier.
rier. barrier. This year, school officials
felt he was advanced enough to
skip the junior year and become
a senior.
After he is graduated from Bal
boa, Matthew plans to attend a
college in the States with the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming a doctor.
His sister, Mrs. Walton, was a
former medical student at the TJ TJ-niversity
niversity TJ-niversity of Budapest and their
father, who is still living in Hun
gary, is a dentist.
To prove how Americanised ho
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Upright piano and
other household supplies." West
13th street No. 1055, apt. 44,
uptairi. (Formerly E street)'.
FOR SALE 1949 Buicfc Super.
2-door sedan with new seat
covers, Dynoflew transmission!
radio an heater. One V owner
Excellent mechanical condition.
Price: $350.00 cash, Eledtris
fan 12" oscillating, 25 cycle.
Price: $10.00 cash.; Call Navy
Pacific 37 1 Z Res. Or office 2559
or see at Quarters 1 17 Farf an
Lcdr. L. R. Gaston, USN.
FOR SALE j Girl' snowsiut,
siss 6.' Mahogany child's youth
bed. Call 2-4173 Balboa A.
FOR SALE: Wa plan your par parties
ties parties anyhere. Try our .75 and
.90 cent luches, dinners 1.10
up. Tony's El Patio on 16 th
St, 15. Phono 3-6160.
FOR SALE: Philco refrigerator
1 3 cu. ft. 60 cycle. Magie Chef,
gas stove, Sprindray washing ma machine,
chine, machine, 0 cycle, living room fur furniture.
niture. furniture. Call Panama 3-5622, to today
day today or tomorrow.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 60
cycle, doubla bed complete,
apartment gas stove, tsbles
chairs, $100, takes all. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2870.
hat become, Matthew stated that
hi had learned to rock-and-roll,
but his feeling toward Elvis Pres Presley
ley Presley was one olf indifference.
In reply to a question concern concerning
ing concerning his favorite American dish,
he sairf' "Well, they don't have any
hamburgers in Hungary, but I like
and eat most everything,";'
Matthew recalled that when he
left Hungary he only weighed 100
pounds. Now he weighs 13a. '1
have found happiness and god for fortune
tune fortune the equivalent of- 35 pounds,"
is the way he put t. v.
His novel like escape began In
iovemDer wnen ne ana a jnena
recided to travel the 160 miles
from his home town to Budapest,
passing several cities that had been
taken by the Russians. When they
arrived at the Hungarian capital
the night of Nov. 19, he went to
the home of a friend who told him
that the cause was lost and only
God could save Hungary now.
Matthew then decided to es escape
cape escape to Austria. He took a train
Funeral Services
For Mrs. Ramsey
Tomorrow In RP
Funeral services for Mrs. Fan Fanny
ny Fanny Smith Ramsey, who died 'Sa 'Saturday
turday 'Saturday morning, will be held to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 4 p.m. at the Church
of God in Panama City. Interment
will follow at the Jardin de Paz.
Mrs. Ramsey, a native of Ja Jamaica,
maica, Jamaica, B.W.I., is survived by nine
children. Her sons are James, E E-zequrel,.
zequrel,. E-zequrel,. Clifford and Joseph Ram Ramsey,
sey, Ramsey, Emanuel Scarlett and Arthur
and two daughters, Mrs. Violet
Ramsey Reid and Louise Akins.

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Acting Gov. Hush M. Arnold congratulates "Wilfred "Big Man"
James, one of the Maintenance Division senior employes, on
the eve of his departure from the Isthmus. James completed
41 years of service at the end of September i nd was to leave
yesterday afternoon for Jamaica.

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: Almost new In International
ternational International Harvest 9 cf. refri refrigerator.
gerator. refrigerator. Rattan couch with lk
foam rubber mattress. Single
bed. LEAVING THE COUNTRY.
Tel 3-5583.
Now: Rattan living room sets
$98.00, mahogany dining room
sets $45.00, sofa bed $59.00,
3 doors wardrobe $85.00, mod modern
ern modern studio couchss $59.00,
doubla beds with spring $29.00,
bunk beds $39.00, folding, bsds
$19.00, vanities $38.00, maho mahogany
gany mahogany sideboards $25.00, war wardrobes
drobes wardrobes $25.00, China-closets
$15.00, metal tables $12.50,
dressers $12.50. Mahogany
chairs $3.00, pillows $1.50.
Also: LOVELY WROUGTH IRON
LIVVING AND DINING ROOM
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msttresses. Cash or credit. We
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FOR SALE: Food for parties,
pastries and cakes to order.
Lunches .75 and .90, dinners 1 .-10
10 .-10 up. Tony's, El Patio 36th St.
No. 15. Reservations 3-6160.
FOR SALE: Washing machine
Kenmore Deluxe. Fully auto automatic,
matic, automatic, three water temperatures,
three water levels and modern
fabric dial. 60 cycle, Albrook
phone 86-2285.
to Nagyzenk, eight miles from
the Austria Hungary border.
Thsre ha was joined by hit friend
and Jour other patriots They
crossed the border info freedom.
Besides the clothes on his back,
his only possession) was his prayer
book. As they crossed the border
into the small Austrian town of
DrutsehkreutZ a dramatic symbol
Of freedom greeted the group. It
was midnight and the bells in. a
nearby'church signaled the hour,
Matthew's; words; "They tolj tolj-e'ft.ihe
e'ft.ihe tolj-e'ft.ihe nd Of the Aid day and the
beiinninjof -anaw day"
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Texas Geneticist
Discusses Heredity
In Breast Cancer
NEW YORK, Oct. 28 (UP) A
tiniuprcitv nf Texas eeneticist said
yesterday that daughters of wom
en with breast cancer are more
likely to develop the disease than
other women.
Addressing a conference of the
New York Academy of SciencCj
Dr. C. P. Oliver said studies1 of
the families of 312 women with
K.A. .t Minow riiMripri that, in 19
ULCB vawi
cases, the patients' mother also
had breast cancer.
Of 134 "controls" women as
like the breast cancer patients as
nr,cciM hut without a history of
tumor or cancer the mothers of
only three had breast cancer, he
said.
More than 450 cancer research researchers
ers researchers attended the conference on the
"genetic concept for the origin of
cancer," held" here.

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Richest American Paul Getty Has
$75 Million; Now Lives In Paris

NEW YORK, Oct. 28. (UP) Seventy-six
Americans rave fortunes
estimated at more than $75 mil million
lion million each anr the richest of them
all is J. Paul Getty; Fortune Ma Magazine
gazine Magazine said today.
Getty, formerly of California and
now living in Paris, is "the rich richest
est richest man in America" with wealth
believed to be between $700 mil million
lion million and $1 billion, the magazine
said. Getty made his millions in
the oil business, including interests
in Tidewater Oil Company.
"Oil is the greatest Single source
of American wealth," Fortune said.
Forty-five per cent of those oh
the richest list "made their money
on their own," the magazine said.
And the number of multimilliona multimillionaires
ires multimillionaires is increasing, it added.
Right behind Getty in the $400
million to $700, million class are
Mrs. Mellon Bruce (Ailsa Mellon),
of. New York; Arthur Vining Da Davis,
vis, Davis, of Miami: H...L. Hunt. of
Dalas; Paul Mellon; of Upperville.
Va.: Kicrard King Mellon. of
Pittsburgh; John D. Rockefeller
Jr., of New York and Mrs. Alan
M. Sacue (Sarah Mellon), of Pitts Pitts-burh.
burh. Pitts-burh. Most of the very right consider
themselves quite careful with mo money,
ney, money, a' magazine survey said. A
small number live on a dudget.
About half have only one house
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"THE CURSE OF
It

The banntang tale of horror was filmed In tWarner tWarner-Color
Color tWarner-Color for added biood -chilling realism and stars Peter
Cashing. Basel Court, Robert Urejuhart-and Christopher
Lee as the creature. "THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN" U
aid to be nnlike any previont horror film for acream-prt-roaing
scenes. The story concerns the terror-reffn of a
created by mad genius Baron Frankenstein, which, in ap appearance
pearance appearance is nnlike anything ever prevtoasiy aeen on the
screen. The makeup artistry reportedly surpasses th early
horror masks created by Lon Chancy.
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Girl Scout professional worker
for position executive director
Canal Zona Girl Scout Council
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or apartment. The cost of running
the home varies frofa $6,000 a year
to $75,000, Fortune said.
utners on the list included;
Howard Wnrrkoc Tnnk n V
nedy Alfred p. Sloan Jf. $200 mil.
"uu w iuv million.
Vincent A&tnr rw;. n..i..
Edsel ForcL Charles F. Kettering;
,massaaor to Britain)
$100 million to $200 million.
Henry Jord II, W. Avell Harrf.
man (Governor of New Yrok).
Henry J. Kaiser, Louis Wolfson-4
$75 million to 100 million.
Egypt To Set Up
New Trade Center
In East Berlin
CAIRO, Oct. 28 (UP) Egypt
and East Germany have agreed
to start negotiations next year on
a three-year trade agreement be between
tween between the two countries, it was
announced today.
Egypt, meanwhile, will establish
a trade center in East Berlin.
A. spokesman for tht East Ger German
man German trade center in Cariro an announced
nounced announced the moves as major re results
sults results of Egyptian East German
trade talks held here last week.
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a perfect throw from left fielder Wes Covington to shut out
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By J. J. HARRISON Jr.
Humberto Robinson, th slim tidewhling Milwaukee
Brave from Colon, tonight will try to pitrh. Panama to a
win against Willie Mays' All-Stars.
Willie's whizbangs shut out Panama 2-0 yesterday
and 3-0 Saturday night. v"
While Chesterfield's Robby hopes to inspire his mates,
into giving him a run or two to work on, Baltimore Oriole
Connie Johnson, right hand strikeout artist, will be doing
his lanky best to hold Panama to 27 scoreless innings
in the series.
Yesterday Frank Barnes, of the St. Louis Cardinals'
Omaha club, blanked Panama on a three-hitter before
more than 5000 fans. V
Starting time for tonight's finale is 8 o'clock '.
And there's a special deaf for the kids: bleacher' seats
will cost them only 50 cents.

The 22-year-old Barnes, from
Greenville, Miss., was supported
yesterday by good fielding, which
included three double plays, pec pec-tor
tor pec-tor Lopez, who has failed to get
a base knock in the two games
played, batted into two of the
twin killings.
Losln; hurler Winston Brown
went all Kie way and pitched
a good game as he permitted
only six hits, one of them a
bases-empty homer to second
baseman Bobby Avila in the
third frame. The ball just bare barely
ly barely passed on the inside of the
flag pole down the right field
line.
Right fielder Pepe Osorlo in insisted
sisted insisted that the ball went foul,
but umpire W. H. Williamson
ruled fair.
The Stars other marker cross crossed
ed crossed the plate In the sixth. Mays
doubled to right for his first
safety of the series and trotted
home later when ElstOn Howard
singled to left and Ed Napoleon
let the ball get by him for an
error.
Howard had himself another
single to be the only Star to hit
safely more than once. Panama's
hitters were Brown, who spoiled
Barnes' no-hit bid in the sixth
with a single, Alonso Brathwaite,
who singled in the seventh and
pinch hitter Marcos cobos, who
doubled to left In the ninth but
was out at third on a throw by
Wes Covington wheil qobos tried
for a triple.
Cobos. incidentally, was the
onlv local to reach second base
The visitors blanked Panama
3-0 Saturday night behind Joe
Black's five-hit hurling. Coving Covington
ton Covington hit a two-run homer.
TonlgM's skinny starter Rob Robinson
inson Robinson is a member of the Mays
Stars, but was granted permis permission
sion permission to pitch against his barn barnstorming
storming barnstorming mates through spe special
cial special arrangement between Alex
Pompez, the general manager
of the Stars, and Gil Gonzalo
Garrido, Panama physical ed education
ucation education chief and organizer of
the series.
Humberto spent all of the
1957 season with the champion
Toronto Class AAA International
Leaeue club where he was the
leading winner with 18. and
third in strikeouts, with 131.
The big man of the Leafs
hurline staff all summer, Robby
was the winning pitcher in the
game that gave Toronto tne
championship.
His countrymen, who had
followed his successes with
pride throughout the season,
were surprised, disappointed
and in many cases bitter, when
it was announced in the local
press that the Colon boy had
not even been mentioned in
the baseball writers poll for the
International League's most
valuable pitcher.
The title was awarded to Don
Johnson, a teammate of Robby's,
who won 17 games and lost
4:01 7:15 P.M.
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world's biggest coun coun-terfeit
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seven, the same amount of set'
backs that the Panamanian suf
fered. The pair also had identi
cal 2.91 earned run averages.

Second place in the voting
went to wait craadock or the
Buffalo Bisons, a rookie who
copped 18 victories against eight
losses, and had 3.34 ERA. Crad-
dock excelled the Panamanian
in only one department, strike strikeouts.
outs. strikeouts. He had 151 whiffs tO'Rob tO'Rob-by's
by's tO'Rob-by's 131.
Robinson, who said yesterday
that his big ambition is to stick
with the parent Braves next
year, will continue with the Mays
troupe to the West Coast where
the tour ends early next month.
Johnson's 14-11 record with
the Orioles this summer made
him the top winner On his club.
His 177 strikeouts placed him
third in the AL in that depart-,
ment, behind the Cleveland In Indians'
dians' Indians' Early Wynn (184), and
Jim Bunning of the Detroit Ti Tigers
gers Tigers (182).
Guatemala's Newest
President Expects
To (rush Disorder
GUATEMALA CITY, Oct. 28
(UP) The return of the govern
ment to civil rule and a promise
of new elections cooled hot Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan tempers today. Provision Provisional
al Provisional President Guiltermo Flores A-
vedano indicated he would crack
down on, any more lawlessness.
' Flores Avendano, 56, a leading
member of the group that over
threw the pro-communist govern
ment in 1954, took over from a
three-member military junta late
Saturday night.
He was second vice-president un under
der under the late President Carlos Cas Castillo
tillo Castillo Armas. As provided in the
constitution, Congress named him
to the post to replace first vice vice-president
president vice-president Luis Arturo Gonzales
Lopez, who was ousted by the mi military
litary military junta last week.
Flores Avendano said he would
stay in office "as short a time
as possible. ..only to guarantee
free and unfettered presidential e e-lections."
lections." e-lections." Political quarters said the new
elections were expected to be set
tor early December.
Guy Model Granted
Chance Of Approval
As French Premier
PARIS, Oct. 28 (UP) Social
ist Leader Guy Mollet, 51, was
given a slightly better than even
chance today of winning Parlia Parliamentary
mentary Parliamentary approval as Premier and
ending the 28-day-old political
crisis.
His chances of suceess took an
upward swing when the bloc of
108 Independent members of the
National Assembly decided not
to oppose mm in the votlnsr.
That meant his own small band
of followers could win more
thn 50 per cent of the vote.
The' Chamber of Deputies call called
ed called the important session for i
p.m. The vote was not expected
to come for several hours since
Mollet planned to make a 40 40-mlnute
mlnute 40-mlnute speech outlining his pol policies
icies policies and the political parties
usually call meetings afterward
to discuss such a speech.
Weather Or Not
... this weather report for the
24 hoars ending 8 a.m. today,
k prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrotraphle
Branch ef the Panama Canal
Compaay:
Balboa CrisUbaJ
TEMPERATURE: 1-
Hlfh 85 .14.
' Low 73 7
HrMTDITT:
High
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THE BANDIT STRIKES AGAIN Willie, Mays Is safe1 at second" after making One of his fa famous
mous famous hats off steals during the eighth inning of yesterday's game.

FLYING PEG Gene Baker, All

tmow cm Panama s Hector Lopez in tne seven ,n inning, jpepe
the double play. j

Paraffin Test
For Gunpowder
(Continued from Page 6)
nilo Sousa, another assassinitio
victim, as having come from i
.45 Colt pistol. This is reported
to be tbi same bullet which
Bravcrmann described as a .32 .32-caliber
caliber .32-caliber bullet.
Gonzalez also testified on the
paraffin tests made on Martin Irv Irving
ing Irving Lipstein, an American physi physical
cal physical education teacher held for
some days as a suspect. Test s
showed that Lipstein had traces
of nitrate on both hands, jacket,
face and hair. ;
Traces were also found ori the
index and middle fingers of Miro's
right hand and two lingers of his
left hand, Gonzalez said. But ; he
added that while nitrate is one of
the main ingredients of gunpow gunpowder
der gunpowder there are no laboratory facili facilities
ties facilities here to determine whether
the nitrate found on the suspects
was from gunpowder.
Miro then asked if urine con.
tained nitrate. When the entwer entwer-wt
wt entwer-wt "yes," he concluded the
traces on his riehhahd fingers
came from that.
Observers noted that Defense
Counsel Escobar, whose client,
Mrs. Teresa Castro, is not accus accused
ed accused of taking part in the assassi assassination,
nation, assassination, but only of shielding a cri criminal,
minal, criminal, was taking a great inter
est in the ballistic angles.
It was recalled that he defend
ed ex-President Jose Ramon Gui-
zado at the latter's tml and con conviction
viction conviction as an accomplice in 1955.
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" LONG WAY HOME Three Canadian soldiers get a friendly farewell wave from two 'Egyp- .
tiant at Cairo as they prepare to leave Egypt after having spent a year there with the United ;
Nations Emergency -Forces. The signpost shows bow far some of the troops must travel W" -reech
their Canadian homes. From left, the happy traveler are. Pvt.; Andy Dolba, Kiajara v'

FalU; CpL Norm WhiUans, Vancouver, nd Pvt. Fred Wade, Sydney.:

Star shortstop, leaps h3gh into
America's Airlines
Need Higher Fares
To Finance Jets
WASHINGTON, Oct. 28 (UP)
AnnrifE.' nirtinpA need hicher.-
fares now to get jet airlines in the
skies in the near luture, a spoxes:
man said today, h,
Stuart G. Tipton, president of
the Air Transpirt Association,
made the Claim hi a statement
prepared for the Civil Aeronautics
Board which regulates fares. He
called attention to tne "stagger "staggering"
ing" "staggering" cost of the 357 jets and tur tur-bojets
bojets tur-bojets which U.S. airlines have on
order.
The board is scheduled to open
a broad investigation of passenger
fares Novl8. It asked- the airliaes
to submit advance statements iof
their positions. 'i
y i-
Trans-World Airlines recommed'
ed fare increases of at Jeast 15
per cent "to attract unprededent unprededent-ed
ed unprededent-ed amounts of ew capital, needed
tn. k,. w atrriift J" Th airline
I said its jet program will cost 320
million dollars. ,
Tinlnn emlritI0 fnp ih 'idllKtrv.
told the 'CAB national, defense and
pub'ic service -make it urgent
"that the domestic airlines put
their jet fleets into operation as
soon as possible."
This ntpd transcends "any aV
ings of pennies on airlines fares
that might be possible by cunaH'
ing jet orders1' he Said.
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the air 'and pegs to. "first to
usono was iorcea at secona on
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Henry Cabot Lodge
Tells Soviet Chiefs
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.,- Oct.
28 (UP) U.S. Ambassador
Henry .Cabot Lodge challeneed
the Russians tioday to start "be "behaving
having "behaving like good citizens" and
stop stirring up trouble between
Syria and Turkey.'
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko was scheduled to. an answer1
swer1 answer1 him later today .when the
General Assembly ?" resumes its
Middle East debate.
He and Syrian Foreign Minis Minister
ter Minister Salah El Bitar were expected
to press charges that Turkey,
prodded by the United States, is
threatening an attack on Syria.
. Gromyko said 10 days ago the
attack was planned 'for ''imme ''immediately
diately ''immediately after" the Turkish elec elections.
tions. elections. The elections i were, held
yesterday and dispatches from
Istanbul today said there were
no indications of such prepara preparations.
tions. preparations. v
Seven nations,' supported by
the United States, were ready to
present a resolution asking Sec Secretary
retary Secretary General Dag Hammarsk Hammarsk-jold
jold Hammarsk-jold to start mediating the Turkish-Syrian
crisis, on the spot if
necessary. The sponsors were
Norway, Japan,. Canada, Spain,
Peru, Paraguay and Ghana.
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