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
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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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RIO BUENOS AIRES
DAILY NEWSPAPER
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PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1957

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Siatesfde Contributions
To Local Agencies Nearly
n..LLT United Fund Goal

Natithapters of Sa
CamS ih 1$ dif.
Stressing that th, "SkJtoMSi readily
ferent health, recreation -we,Ia!eJ IniovM contrib-

VASZE'EZaSZ Ported out that

uie one jr v.t ---- wh.re national neaaquar-

its steady climb today as latest
reports from Keymen brought re re-turns
turns re-turns in cash and pledges to $30,

738, Just beyona a per wui ui
$134,000 goal.

Repairs Completed

On Railroad Section

Scene Of Accident

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"The United Fund will provide
less than 20 per cent of the more

than $80,700 to be spent Dy we
three USO Clubs this year.
"Mostof ihe money comes from
the USO id the United States.
"In the ease of the Red Cross,
the local Chapter spends slightly
over $20,000 in jocally-rais-
ed funds while the National Chap-
ter spends some $150,000 annually
in this' area."
I f As United Fund officers studied
1 fne budgets of each of the 18 par-
;-. nmmii(ii) ffrmras Sltnl-

' i.,- iMir. natterns have been

, found in .the operation of the -A
ft C-..U1 Hvftipnp ASSOCU

tion-andlh National -Recreation

Association.' '-' d v r(

' his or hep-re'sponsMuit to conuv
"bute a fair share in support of the
activities of the It United Fund a a-gencies
gencies a-gencies in the Canal,0h, commu community,"
nity," community," Steers stated. 1
I Meanwhile, the .drive continued

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: Li r..minfc Dr. Harmodio Aria (right) appears on

"SSSS by alleged trlerman Ruben O. MUo.

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Army Called To Quell

Riot Alter

General

ISTANBUL, Oct. 29 (UP) A
crowd of 8,000 persons rioted at
' a Southeast Turkish city today m
protest against alleged "cheating
by the victorious Democratic Par Party
ty Party in Sunday's General elections.
First reports said' V police offi officer
cer officer and a boy were killed anJ sev-

on other neopie mjuiea. .

rj -"-:s .4.
All avaUable police reinforce reinforcements
ments reinforcements were mobilized. They sought
, to quell the demonsrration by us us-I'ing
I'ing us-I'ing clubs and tear ?gai.
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Gazianstep, the seene of, the ri riot
ot riot is a city of about 75,000 popu

lation. It is 115 nortneasi ..or nau nau-.
. nau-. na, between the Taru.Mountain
and the Euihrates
Police werevunabla to Wing the
demonstrators underontrol. They
called for army support,, and
' r troops JiaHed-the riot.
Shopkeepers closed thei stores

i for fear the angry rowfl would
f ransack them. v
ah ,,-
, The riot flared on Independence
Day. Some 8,000 members of the
people's Republican. Part, which
lost the election, gathereoVn front
of party headquarters to sienal
the start of what.' was hilled as a
major demonstration.
FronvK To Z

ffi MOSCOW, Oct 29 UP
' Soviet Communist Party boss Nl Nl-i.
i. Nl-i. klta Khrushchev told newsmen

ed by the Maintenance r division
forces on the washed-out section
of the Panama Railroad roadbed
south of Monte Lirio where four

railroad cars overturned jaie
month.
'Ill, i-pnsir "ri 1 r Hl t
and "touaisLed oi me paying ut
rock base in the lake at the ; foot

qf the embankment and uie con

struction ot a rocK reiaimug wu
to hold the additional rock fill.
: n,,rirm the time that the repairs

were effected,, train service conti

nued on scheduled over i; lempcr lempcr-irminH
irminH lempcr-irminH the slide area.

(Ballast and repair of the roadbed

itself is now oemg cornpieieu of

the Railroad Division.
A survey of the Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad roadbed in connection with a
roadbed maintenance program

was conducted last week by ix.

Col. Robert D. Brown, Jr., engi

neering and construction director

He was accompanied on w i i-tnprtinn
tnprtinn i-tnprtinn trin bv J. M. Cooke.

signing engineer; f- H. Lerchefl,

Nard. chief of the civil engineer

ing branch; and Robert H. Stew-I

art, Panama Canal geologist.
The wreck, caused by a washout
of the roadbed, was the most se

rious for the Panama Railroad

since 1944, mhen two trains eoUid eoUid-ed
ed eoUid-ed at Caimito, north oi Gamboa.
Prior to that no serious railroad

wrecks had occurred in 21 years.

Crewman Ordered

To Pay Expenses

Of Stabbing Victim

Horseplay was responsible for an
accidental stabbing for which a
Canal crewman was charged to

day in Balboa Magistrate s Court.

The 39-year -old &aivaaorean oe-

found guilty of battery and-given
a one-year suspended sentence our
condition that he pay the hospital

0111 lor uie mjuieu .- j

Testimony reveaiea mat Men-

no had been "Horsing arouna"

with another Canal crewman, Ata-

nacio Livingston while the, two

were working on board the tanker

S K rhrvepp vhipb vai transit

ing northbound last Saturday morn-

Mrrino aDnarentlv stnbbed Llv-

tingston in tne paim or nis leri

C7 Civic Council Election Slates

' A list of candidate, for .lection to the Civic Council of on. Canal Zone community
.Hi be bthed t,,. By the.tin,. tK.' .lection, com. round -ar n, r.
T. L..J.. published, on. community .t tme, complete CZ-wide .late.

us BMTn reactivate sr in..

Member of pacuic uivic uuh-

Balboa Heights-
rjy- iAncon;,
..i.tema.tes to be' elected .;
HOUSTON ESSLlNGEte
5 Chie! hydrographer, Meteoro-

lOKicat and H y d r o g r aP"
-Engineering and Con

struction Bureau

Came to uanai
APtive in Boy Scout activities

for several years.

On pacuic uivic u"""
years.

ROGER HOWE
. General engineer with the En En-feineerlng
feineerlng En-feineerlng Division. ,t

They Like Satchmo:

Police Dampen Fans

At Argentine Airport

BUENOS AlKKa. ucu
FifS turned t

nad.

Xtouis (Satchmo) Armstrong
last night. disheveled
Ezeiza International Airport, out
aide of Buenos Aires, and spuiea
Scross the runways when the
fated American .Ne trumpet

player and ms jazz

ior a iu-uj p -j t

lTF & n, he crowd

which6 had been "whipped 1 into a
. . x ... ku a varietv Of lm-

W"". '';, ,t the airport.

promptu j-" i-.y-.-.o,.

rtl 1HOW W.-B -

fi

OeieiiHO minister Marsiuu ajcuiisiiuu ""lu k,"--""v-.
Zhukov will be reassigned to a jured man was hospitalized after
job "commensurate wfth hl ex- several stitches were taken in. his

nerlence nd abiliuefc" hand

M

. m uralfpri

. r- .A,t naif an nour uc

iiane iw u""" : mil i

v..,ir.B h fans. Wltn iwu

in IK Mie.mk

. i ..limsn runnins lnicr'

See. TOKd into the chant-

iris, dheermg crowa.
v uj. iinth0. reach-

nanus vuc oi
ntirh his face and head.

U UUl W i a

n i .Mnmie tvpr maae xo

fii.r him before he struggled

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icai,

mnnnina hia. brow and

'in.rurina hia face. Arm

geiH.17 iuis"-" .

strong saw i. smc .pp.....
enthusiasm but one pop on the lip
nn't ht anv music.

do they always receive celebrities

that way nerer

SWap"M
Has served on Boy scou Coun Council1
cil1 Council1 v ' i
is active lnfraternal wprk.
- Hasrbeen on Fourth 'ot. jjuiy

ccfrfimiwees.;
-iUfeu'tr ahd iJast"presldetit of

American Radio ciud, ana mem member
ber member of tJSCA.
RICHARD JENKS
Electrical Inspector in Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Division.
On Isthmus six years.
Member of USCA, National Ri Rifle
fle Rifle Association, Isthmian Histor Historical
ical Historical Society, and Theater Guird.
WALTER R. LINDSAY
Agronomislwith the Housing
and Grounds Division.
1 Arrived on Isthmus in 1930.
tir-b-o a summit. Gardens

and was director of same from

1936 to 1950 when maae cniei ui
Grounds Maintenance Division.
Is on Boy Scout Council.
Plant adviser "to Canal Zone

-tAll.A,A filth

Expert witness In Canal Zone,

Army-ana iNvy wum

On jpacinc civic uouucu ii

years,.

MRS. AMY (CORNELIUS S )
, McCORMACK
Housewife.
Has been on Isthmus 20 years.
lTrtmorlv WAS receotionlst and

clerk in the medical clinic at

Gor?as HosDitai.
wo a omninved at the Panama

American as society editor for

four years.
in...ja4 on1 moi nrpsirtent, OI

the isthmian Historical Society.

Has beep active m me ri
womeri, the Theater Guild, the
i vim. -niiAO'ff plub. the

mman' iThib of Cristobal, and

the Inter-American women s

Clubs.

CORNELIUS S. McCORMACK

Master (Towboats)

With

years.

5 mCHUCl Ul J-cvmv vii.
cll-for several years and was its
Only woman president.

,.wmii on im -xiwuiiwi

interest wa, housings

f!hlef of Purchasing; Section,

Supply Division.

30 years on uie ismmuo.
Worked with Cub Scouts for

years.

Active in iraiernai worn,
one vear on Pacific Civic

Council.

Manama Canal seven m Greek.

MEL WALKER
Manager, Diablo Service Cen-
ter.
26 years on isthmus.
Civil Defense Advisor for one

year.

Cypriol Nationalists
Stage Sympathy Riot

On Greek 'Oxi Day'

NICOSIA. Cyprus, Oct. 29 (UP)

British troops, using cluhs and
tear gas, battled thousands of

Cypriot Nationalists who surgea
through the streets of Nicosia and
ir,..i cm eta vostprdav in a demon-

tration of symphathy for Greece.

Scores of demonstrators were in

jured and at least seven of them

were hospitanzea. Auibunuu iu
five members of the British se security
curity security forces suffered minor in

juries in the clasnes.

Troops and riot squads charged

with swinging batons into the
ranks of demonstrators who pa

raded behind Greek banners in
ih,-otinn nf "Ovt Dav". a na

tional holiday commemorating

Greece's World war 11 resistance

aoainst Italv. "Oxi" means "no

orruptiiDr
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Mentions Scandalous Deal'

Omits $200,000 Details

r tL ...J J.CJMN- DuKan n Uirn rnrlov hinted at COrruDttOR lit th

government of the President Jose A. Remon, tljexChief Executive he is accused of

machinegunning to death. ?
While, as his own defense attorney, Miro was cross-examining forrnep president
r. u j:. a,:., !. Uor,oA frinnprmnn rhflraed that durina the Remoff odminis-

tration Alejandro Remon, brother of the slain president, made $200,000 orrp scan-

dalous dear involving tne aucnon or rne propeny ui mc vnunii
had been seized for non-payment of taxes. Or. Arias was attorney for the company.
Miro gave no details of the manner in which he contends Alejandro Remon madt
the $200 000. Special prosecutor Luis C. Abrahams quickly declared that th raising

of this issue was out or order ar rne presenr srage i mui, u r.

rne poinr.
Another witness today was Lt. Col. Saturnino Flores,. second in command of tht
National Guard now and at the time of the Jan. 2, 1955, assassination.
Former President Jose Ramon Guizadj, impeached and jailed for tixyean nd
eiqht months by the National Assembly as on accomplice of Miro s, testified yester-

day. His appearance in court aid nor proyiae ine icwim u,u7 wy

Tape recordings of the statements" by Miro and tht,
six others on trial as a result of the 1955. assassination
of President Remon were sent to the court this morning
u.. u.t:..i r.,,A Mimninriar Pnl. Rolivar Vallarino

UJ IOllUliai VJIMttl U yillliimiv. ;'."..!...
r.orman Lobbi. the secret&r v-eneral ol"thes Pr$sl-

dencia (a cabinet post), sent a letter' to presiding 4udg

Angel Viton0rJi.rW1Pi?.'I,ftP3,w?A,?ft
testify 4indecath. h-

Miro had requested last night that Lopez ue canea iu

testify, but according to the constitunon xn
general could not be summoned and was under ncebliga
tion to testify.

Th- .lii.aeH trip-cerman said Lopez could clear up

a "kev DOint" in the case.

and othersill of whom-appear-

ea- wiwiasBes 'jus iv

quest-?
Most of the Witnesses called or
crosexamined by- Mir6 so far
ki Vu octroi tA.tftaM.fV, mm tft

siness transaction and other4

delendant't financial jiuair
to And during the-jiaj-185.

The man charged with pulling

fv, riiir nn Remon deciarefl

that the Cristobal Lumber Com

pany property, wnich was origi

nally valued at siu.uuu, ws Ra Rationed
tioned Rationed for $906,000.
Dr. Arias testified that he
did not remember the exact sum
but he conceded that it was sold
for a considerable amount. The
former President also testified
that he maintains that the law
under which the property was
seized for the nonpayment of

taxes and auctionea was not m

effect at the time.
ovoH Arias if he re-

m.mhpred that after several

Arias by Miro's brother, Rlcardo
A Mim wax read to the XJOUrt

during Dr. Arias' appearance on

tne witness siana.
Miro had said in tne letter
that he had been threatened
into implicating; Guieado by
Vallarino, but that Guizado

was iwj . jsj

The witness tesuiiea no um
receive a letter containing words
to thait effect but that he re returned
turned returned lt to Miro's brother with
a note suggesting that the letter
be turned over to the proper au authorities
thorities authorities for the investigation of
the charges contained therein.
In cross-examining the wit-

1-ipss Prosecutor AD r a n a m s

Litlle Rock Crisis
Distorted By Reds,

Says Congressman

)KYO, Oct, 28 (UPV-AB Ib

-born U. S. congressman saw
today he was "living proof' 1
most fears of discriminatiOB 1,

Schmeisser machlneguns wii'.j'"?.. ,.tt.r stat.

swastikas on the butts had been" t Gulzado waa innocent

discovered brthe amnoriues w. mention of the in

net.' 20. 1948. tnat me lormei,-- M. himseif.

csdHonf ami nr J. j. vallari

no, former Ambassaaor w uc

United States, had been arresiea
f- Biiaral MlVnnlirit.v In a DlOt

to overthrow the government.

Dr. Arias ajfeea ne naa De
jailed and held incommunica incommunicado
do incommunicado in 1948 fw an alleged plot,
bot he did flot know and was
not told tha any weapons had
been uncovered by the police.
Miro also questioned Arias con concerning
cerning concerning property owned by Mrs.
T,.K.n Mim W r.horfera which

v, wifnoc uraii interested in

buying to use ,for cattle-raising.
A letter smuggled out of the

CarceLModeio wnere Miro is dc

1 1 VV- V 1 1 V. V. VJ A...' v

Last night Miro casually re remarked
marked remarked that the man his fel fellow
low fellow defendant, Alfonso F.
Hyams, said he saw running
near the Juan Franco race
track on the night of Jan. 2,
1955, was not former cadet
Jose E.- Tejada, who Hyami
has positively identified as
the man.-
Miro, however, did not ada
any additional details or say
who the running man was.
Other witnesses who appeared
this morning included, Social
anrttv manrpr Aleiandro de

la Guardia, and Carlos de la
Guardia, called by the prosecu-

MIS MARGARET RENNIE
Housewife.

On Isthmus since iajf.

EOKA Nationalist guerilla lead leader
er leader Col. George Grivas had urged
Greek Cypriots in, pamphlets to

make this "Oxi Day tne occasion

EZ'&irffijS Hr.'tioZ and Anrbal-Illueca, Flores

Ull lllW'UlUU
u.hiir unit not nrpsident Or Inr Hpmnnstrfltions 10 SnOW that

xncuiui.. w.wv w. v-- .......

TJSCA. I Cyprus would continue me ngni

Representative or citizens oi againsi cruam.
the Canal Zone In Washington j ;
when lt was proposed to eliml-1 The demonstrations broke out, in
nate the 25 differential in pav mid-moming wheh large groups of
and when- hospitalization and young men, e s 1 1 m a t e d in the
rents -were tatsed... ?s thousands, began massing in Ni-
Has worked on Sumriier Re- cosia, the big port of Famagusta
creation committees. and other Cyprus communities.

You're iBored By TV; j and Getting Sleepier All the Time
'.'V-Vf" t- :--,-Vr"y-ii.V1r... .. .j krVh. .nencvr -VHm horedom I continued for teveral years, but

i

f WILLIAM EWAL0

KTT.W VflRlC" n-fc 29 ftTPW You.

the viewer, look at TV. but you are
bored by tt. What's more, your
boredom is increasing fear: by
year. -.' : '..
That's the-unahppy TOnchuion
reached by a New York ad ; agen agency,
cy, agency, Cunningham and Walsh, 4a an
unpublished aurvey.:- ;
, The agency's research depart department
ment department took the special "boredom"
survey this past summer in New
i Brunswick. N. J., a town of 11,000
families, 90 per cent of whom own
TV sets. .,. .
. The agency his beea working

In Hia Inwft tin In a ivnti.

nuing TV study that uses about 10

per cent oi new urunswica a popu population,
lation, population, i ..-(

er samp.e-bout .160' men, worn

en ana ieenager. - .
From their comments, an "in "index
dex "index of boredom" was compiled
baaed on 10 repreaentative shows.
Milton Berle was unlucky enough
to finish highest in the index he
scored a 55 ; per cent boredom
mark.
Arthur Cmilrrv hnren 47 Dpf reftl

to finish an unenviable second and

Red Skelton fuusneo tnira, enng
ing yawns to 38 per cant.

- t,M Ahru and of the scale.

"I Remember Mama," had the

lowest boredom mark 11 per,

:"Th7. runner-up to "Mama" as a

fiot-so-boTing show was "What s

My Line" wluca put omy sa i
cent to sleepy ..,17
The conclusion drawn from the
survey was that shows that, de depend
pend depend upon a single personality
Berle, Godfrey, Skelton are more
apt 'to'-weary viewers after con constant
stant constant exposure than shows that
revolve around a number of peo peo-j
j peo-j '. -'-

Says Joha Cunningham, preai-

Hnt Mf th aaencvr ."the boredom

factor causes dial twitching, va

cant-minded viewing, lower rat

ings and, as -lar as TV aayerus aayerus-inir
inir aayerus-inir ii concerned, less penetration-

per-skuU-per dollar.",;

What tJuniungna m ooeso i say

is that nu researcn oepanmeni
ers and -. : ?:i

reported that the attitudes of view view-ort
ort view-ort mntl analvua of audience eat

ings "are ji waming of danger a a-head.
head. a-head.

" In 194, said the report, excite excitement
ment excitement about television was .,lrun-

1UDK lb le.ii fuvu
This 'emotional 'acceptance'

now, viewers are 'Obviously watch watching
ing watching with a much more jaundiced

eye. - j

prhsd the strangest fact to

emerge .rom the report was mat

nnoDie watch -prograraa e ? n

i . t.

thouen iney are uru w uicm

Some of tnose .surveyea were

.,;,. hnetila tn the imat of west'

erns on :TV; v but ? they watched

westerns anyway.--" v -J'

Even So. warnea me reporv ue
mihiir wax becoming restless.

Am fioiainshim tnita it- "a a far

na win i"... j- -
as we advertisers are concerned.

it if a Time ior i-auo.

dian-born U. S. congressman, said

here

in the United States were unfound

T?n T)lii Sinch Saund ifD-

Calif ), a native of Amritsar In

dia, said that only 10 years ago
he was an alien and not evea

Last year Saund was elected to

Congress and today ne arrived in

T.n.n nn a Far Fast tAiir yaa m

member of the House Foreign Af-

fairs tommittee.

"f was tnlri that I would not'

even be accepted by certain

Southern congressmen who con-;

Imn mnct .nmmitt aniwintmnta

when I went to Washington the

Westmoreland. Cam., congress-

m on oniH 1

"These fears were unfounded,"
i. ; i

lie said, i was recreivea wuu

tMinn .nrf t-nnaiiferatinn

"Now I am studying the foreign
aid program in the Far East,.
u'hirh is further evidence of tha

way I have been accepted in Con'

gress, ne saia.
Cannrf xairf th Pnmmnnista Triad

"macmifieri the situation" in their

propaganda about the integration,

riots in Little Rock, Ark., whua
the truth of the situation ih tht

South went unnoticed.

Tha civil richtu hill w BaaaM

by both the House and the Senate
by overwhelming votes," he said.
"It is now the law of the land.'

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SEAMSTRESS CALLS GREEN FASHION SHOW

paraiso,

The Evergreen Fashion Show at the Psidente Theater was
r rifMnDOlnilne Certainly, the models did their best.
Vrst m be hippy to Know just who selected Mrs. commen commen-tatf
tatf commen-tatf Her SpanYsh was lair, however her English was atro atro-eiius
eiius atro-eiius i&na the wroni vibe and double negatives
n dn't she bave a summary, more or less, of the dresses be be-t
t be-t a Aot Started'' 1 doubt it, because most of the time the
IXcS there were too many hitches. It
3 have desirable it she had modeled the dress she
ItTould intrn'know Just what are the point, on
wnich ttie Judges selected the winners. From their judgment, I
St6Ke tie 'Mother and Daughter" division seemed
- mistake In th" "Cocktail" division, what happened to the lit lit-e
e lit-e lady that wore a light material trimmed with a black cen cen-feK
feK cen-feK and black panels pleated from th sides?

it is true that among my mcum mcic c -"j -..- -- -tocrai
or Misses Society I sew for the average Miss and Mis.'
Si Zone and Panama. Still, with my 12 years experience, I ;
Sw a cut" wher I see one. Also, she modeled so nicely
The dress that was given first prize was not only too tight
across the bust and hips. It looked more like a short evening
dm? dinitely too "UJ1" for cocktails. An average first-year
twlng studemycoula have put that dress together. (The judges'
mUSLh?oVetSesnecS(1P-iZe won by the model with the broadl
blackhat I was wondering if she was late for the "tea," division
. L "nnr-b-tail'' instead

Wefl the third piize was in my running. The model d:d Jus Jus-tie
tie Jus-tie in her dress and the cui was tricky.
Aside from h few girls from Paraiso, i do not know the mod models'
els' models' names .Why weren't their names Published in the program?
"ltm a shame that the "Lady in Waiting" wasn't even given
a safety pin for her coming baby, because although she wasn t
comuetinK against another, she must have spent as much or
mwbe even more than some of the other models. And those
Outfit! rtc only for a short time, from her looks. I think she
was a real sport to be on the show nevertheless. I hope she got
T 4r large slice of the cake that was displayed in the "Party"
dlVlIsnupgest that in the future it Is best to nave judges who
are perfect strangers to us. not people we meet practically every
day and who are friend? of some of us.
Another thing, I don't think the Judges should have been
seated together. Why didn't the models return at the finale and
be Judged in the presence of the audience? No! Everything was
done backstage, und they took so long to arrive at a decision
(which wasn't fair) that the audience was bored.
The ladles should brush up, because they are slipping. They
shouldn't expect Mn. Doris Greene to be doing all the hustling,
while others show their colors at the climax.
Frontseat Seamstress

Labor News
And
Comment

TROWZERS
EDITOR'S NOTE: Fed up with doing- Canal Zone school schoolteachers'
teachers' schoolteachers' worl for. them by trying- to transmute Teenagers'
writings into English, we print this exactly as received for the
edification of parents, teachers, lev! wearers and anyone else
interested In preserving the vestiges of an at least semi-hter-ate
community.
Sir
I saw what Mrs. Zilch put in the mailbox. Whell I think I
am a real cool cookie Mrs. Z so there if you don't like it thats
tough.
It we didn't think we looked cute in levis we wontn't wear
them We know a lot of people make fun us but after all we
wear dresses 5 oav a week (in a row) At least on Friday and

at we soma DcaDiu .q wem icvis.
If we ate down in bar& that's our worry not yours, at least
we can take care of our selfs.
I've seen man a grown up wear short and pedal pushers to
the Clubhouse. We wern't tearing a guys clothes off because he
looked like Oames Dean we get permlshtion to take pictures of
him Maybe if you grown ups who make fun of us would give
us a chance maby wc would give you a chance to.
Somebody said were not smart whell they got a nother thing
coming to.
We don't wear levis tc school but once in a while so you can c
critize us about that
If you hate pants and .levis so much how come you let your
children wear them.
Mrs. Zilch piease leave us teenagers alone and stop.crltlzer stop.crltlzer-ing
ing stop.crltlzer-ing us cause yoi- ain't going to win. So get that strait.
Whell I don't mind blasting you guys who hate our tight
pants St long shins so you can keep putting things about us In
the mail box.
The Jads

By VICTOR RIESEL
A senate page buy arrrled with
a sparlking space gun out of a

pre-Christmas toy sack, could
amble across the Capitol square
and capture the $5,500,000 Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters marble palace. There's been
no official there for weeks and

some of the employes haven't had

their checks for a month. Nobody

comes around to stgn the chits.
Since page boys aren't, in sea seasonwho
sonwho seasonwho will take the great fort?
The odds still are that it will t
Jim Hoffa but that doesn't an answer
swer answer the question. For, if and
when Hoffa takes over, it will be

a new type of Teamsters Union,
a giant using left-wing tactics.

It lust isn t generally realized

that like all powerful -men in cri crisis,
sis, crisis, Hoffa turned from men of
muscle to men to the mind. Not

just the switch to one "egg head",
Harold Gibbons, the strategist
from St. Louis, but to a group of
left-wingers who got their training
in the old days of CIO
So you will see Haifa, Mice
John Lewis of old, turning from
conservatism to militant radica
lism and politicalirad unionism.
The old Teamsters Union will
not be recognizable. For 45 years
this union was run by Dan Tobin
who'd howl "Communist" to any anybody
body anybody who interrupted one o his
convention speeches, even with a
critical snore. For half a century
a liberal or left-winger could not
get himself assigned door opener
at a Teamster gathering except
in the Minneapolis-St. Paul sector.
Now Hoffa's strategy is complete completely
ly completely hi the hands at some of the
shrewdest left-wing tacticians in
the labor business.
Except for three or four of them
names are obscure. The test
known are Harold Gibbons and
Washington's debonaire mixer of
drinks and politics, Eddie Chey Chey-fitz,
fitz, Chey-fitz, publicist and lawyer.

It was these two men wno in

the past few weeks right up to

Wednesday night s so-called secret
meeting of the AFL-CIO executive
council and ethical practices com

mitteetried to line up labor s high

command for Hoffa. They had
more formulas then a maternity
home for keeping Hoffa in labor's
house. They saw clergymen and

old AFL and CIO Wdf.rs too, such
as Jim Carey.
Another member of tho group
it one Larry Steinberg, leader
of a Teamster local in Toledo
and on of the old CIO Socialist
crowd now, like Gibbons and
Cheyfiti, "conservative", but
mas rr ci' left-wing strategy.
Of the three, Gibbons easily Is
the most influential of Hoffa's Jiigh
command. So it's vital to take a
look at his politics. It's New Deal Deal-ish.
ish. Deal-ish. It's doorbell ringing. It's the
old fashioned CIO kind of politick politicking
ing politicking dealing with problems like
transit, rat invasion of tenements,
and juvenile delinquency. Gibbon's
local constitution requires semi semiannual
annual semiannual gripe sessions of his mem members
bers members on the district level.
Gibbons hasn't eve n overlooked
spot acs for his union on disc
jockey stints. He has A least suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in electing one business a a-gent
gent a-gent to the Missouri State Senate.
It will become more and more
obvious that Jimmie Hoffa, hav having
ing having used his strong right arm to
get there, now will use his fast
moving left to stay on top. Just
watch. 1

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DAII

Merry-Go-Roiim,

WASWrNrlTflMTn set an idet

of how much American-British re

lations have improved as a re&ui.
of the celestial visit of Sputnik,
th Rival viit nf Elizabeth, and

the political visit of Prime Minis-
m ... 1 4 rtr

ter iwacmiuan, you neeu io

back to tne suer cnsis jusi uuc
year ago when John Foster Dullet
was in Walter Reed hospital for
cancer surgery.
Prior to his illness, Dulles had
been dickering back and forth with
London regarding the operation,
payments of tolls through the Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. He had been first on the British
i than nn Nasnpr'K side, had

proposed a, ship-users association,

then opposed nis own proposal, me
British uiprp disgusted, especially

foreign secretary Selwyn Lloyd.

On top of this, and alter enusn
fallowed the Is

rael army into Suez. The United
Ctataa hxri mn Ho hlunt. blistering

demands that the three armies get

out. ...

In tho cat of the British, the
demand was made by Eisenhower
himself, using what was describ described
ed described as barrack-room languarn on
tho transatlantic telephone direct
to Anthony Eden. It contributed
to Eden's subsequent resignation
as prim minister cfew weeks
later.
Prnhahiv nnt sind 1865 and the

Wnr had relations between

England the United States sunk

so low. ...
Almost at the height of this cri critic
tic critic iiist after the (Kritish-French-

Isr'aeliS had agreed to a ceasefire

foreign secretary ioya paiu a
courtesy call on the recuperat recuperating
ing recuperating Dulles. Lloyd wa3 in New York
for the United Nations, and, though
almost loathing Dulles, he felt he
should call on the American se secretary
cretary secretary of state.
A. Llovd entered the hospital

room, Dulles held out his hand

and said: "Selwyn, wny aia me
British wait so long to go into Suez
Why didn't you so through with

it?"

Lloyd was speechless.
Tn rnntrnst to earlier davs. the

Rritich fnrpiirn secretarv last week

referred to the American Secretary

of state as "Foster." in nis voice

was a note of warmth and even

friendship.

It's amazing what a little ilea
moon can do as it .zips aeross
Anglo-American skies.

ARRESTED IN MOSCOW
Reps. Mel Price, Iliinois Demo Democrat,
crat, Democrat, and Jim Patterson. Connec

ticut Republican, are probable the
first members of the U.S. congress
to be arrested by the Soviet go

vernment.
Recently they wer driving down
a Moscow street whiefc., was res

tricted, when policeman tpok

them in.'. -' 'v m
In didn't know wba they were
and was a little embarrassed whrn
he found they wero United States
Congressman. However, he' held
them in violation of a traffie law,

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nd they deposited three rubles, for

which they got receipts.

Afterward, Moscow authorities

jffered to repay the three, rubles
ind secure return of the receipts,
ihe congressmen refused.
"It's tie best souvenir I ever
had," Patterson remuked.
Note In Stockholm. Patterson,

Price, and Van Zandt fo Penn

sylvania picked up evidence, they
said, the the Russians had a spy
among Congressional employes on
Capitol Hill.
MACMILLAN AND
EISENHOWER

Here are some of the things fo

reign minister Lloyd of England

discussed with secretary of state
Dulles in their three-hour talk

during the Queen's visit.
The Near East was No. 1 on the
agenda. Lloyd told Dulles he was
convinced Moscow would not wage
any outright war in the Arab

syates, that Khrushchev had actu

ly warned Syria not to attack Is

rael.

The situation is made to order

from a psychological viewpoint
for the Russians to point the finger

of guilt at Trukey and claim Mos

cow is the protector of the Arab
peoples. The Kremlin, according
to Lloyd doesn't wanto to exhage
this.

Nikita Khrushchev The British

regard him as much more danger dangerous
ous dangerous than Stalin and Molotov, and
have told this to Dulles. He is in

clined to agree.

Stalin though brutal was cautions

in his relations with the United
States. Molotov could be bitter

but was equal cautions. Of course.

neither of them had the ICBM.

Krushchev, however, is unpredic

table. For one thing, he drinks far
too much. Both Dulles and Lloyd
are convinced he doesn't want
war, but they are also afraid he

is so over-confident that he might
overstep. Lloyd feels Khrushchev

will use the ICBM and Sputnik to
win psychological victories with

out firing a shot, lust as Hitler

did in the Ruhr, Rluneland, Aus Austria,
tria, Austria, and Czechoslovakia.

U.U.-UK scietific cooperation-

Prime Ministe Macmillan did not

push this. Privately the British

and French have pushed it for
some time, but the White House
has always been cool

Then out of the clear blue last
week, In toasting the Queen, Eishe-

hower 1 proposed exactly what the

British-French had been urging
allied scientific cooperation.
Macmillan now regards this as
won; fears there wiH he a bad

reaction in Congress later if he

says much about it now. There will
be a tightening of the Anglo-American
alliance in other directions.
Any talk that the British will set
up a neutral buffer istat between

tha United States and Russia is

out. Lloyd made rt clear that the
place of the UK is alongisde the

USA in any international show

downs. There will be a big announ
ment of firm, future solidarity.
Colonel Nasser Lloyd, has ex expressed
pressed expressed the view to Dulles that
Col. Nasser isn't happy about Rus Russian
sian Russian penetfation of Egypt and
would like to get back into the
good graces of the West. Economic
sanctions have hurt Egypt badly.

TRICE FLUCTUATIONS
Sii:
Psychosomatic (Mai) Box, Oct. 27) hit the nail on the head
wi:en he criticizec the foolish buying and high prices of the
commissary. Prices on most all things in the Commissary are
rusher than Stateside.
For instance, cannea biscuits cost 11 cents at the best stores
Stateside. Here the holdup price is 18 cents, only 30 per cent
higher
Post Exchange price of a new Westinghouse washer at Rod Rodman
man Rodman is $185. An identical one at the Army Exchange costs $215.
Why? I suggest we eliminate the Army from the running of Ex Exchanges
changes Exchanges and commissaries and turn this business over the Navy.
Eight months ago when I was lucky enough to be In Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, Pa, :it the Navy 'Sard commissary eggs (goodi were 21
cents a dozen. Here they are only 69 cents, or more than 300
pet cent higher. Why: Answer: Red tape, mismanagement, un untrained
trained untrained deoartment heads and so forth.

I am not in the Navy but I'm simply disgusted with Army

m'siaauaeement of my iood dollar.
Also Psychomatie

WASTED TAXES
Sir:
I know I have beei paying "wasted tax money" on moves
made by the VIP's in; the Army Caribe, In the past, but their
latest move, I heard today takes all the records of the past, pres present
ent present and possible future when they transferred their air condi

tioning and refrigeration department "from the electrical de

partment" a reittive field, to the "heavy duty equipment shops
noi even close to beine a relative field.

I am not an Army employe but I do pay taxes, and it tripes

me to see my money let run down the drain. It seems that every
tine they have an economical drive of some kind they spend
mors monev thar If they had let things alone... Oh I well, I

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MAN BOUT TOWN
Psstl Jim Hagertyl Does Mr.
White House know that the Flori Florida
da Florida stata Legislature quietly con.

vanarl a iwinl session and snuck

thru a bill? It would "automatic

ally" close any school to wnica
svrWoi trnnns are sent in a ra

cial situation. XGov. Collins sign signed
ed signed it in private. .Hagerty sign-

ed a TV Commentator contract,
which starts when 'he leaves the
White House in six months. .

Washington insiders expect the

Mah rmirt to nkav mixed 1IT

rtacna In all 4H states. . .Vivian

Tiioin.'o latest Dursuitor is i Gene

Arnnril wealthv Chicago cattle

man. .Bob Hope has a two year

contract with NBC, sponsor or no

imnanr. Eartha Kltl'S new wiree

year pact with El Rancho (Vegas)

means $250,000 a year ior ymy
nrv. Yankees Ditching star

Don Larson told Armando tnat ne
weds plane stewardess Corinne
Bruess on Dec. 7. .Lilo's final
night at the Persian Room was
slightly stained by Peter Crosby's
lady friend, who lost her pretty
little head and started tossing up up-percuts
percuts up-percuts at him.

Tha International Set: Sheik Ab-

Sullah Alzawir m Pans ordered
iamond studded dentures. .In .In-grid
grid .In-grid startled Parisians by showing
a Hundu lass the town. She was
not the Other Woman. The visitor
was Sonali Das Gupta, a starlet
Roberto discovered in India and
dispatched to France. .Enrico de
Portava, grandson of Texas mil millionaire
lionaire millionaire Hush Roy Cullen, set Ca

pri agog with his gold lame sport
shirts. .Rome's big feud is be between
tween between Bricktop and Thelma Car Carpenter.
penter. Carpenter. .Admiral Halsey's former
daughter-in-law Annie is whooping
it up in Spain with the late Porta Porta-eo's
eo's Porta-eo's brother. .Navy men at An

tarctica enjoyed 'Jt rare spectacle
the other day. (.Women. ..Two

Pan-American omigoddesses!

Frank Sinatra directed one of

his love songs to Lauren Bacall

seated in a front pew at his de delightful
lightful delightful ABC-TV premiere. .Vi .Vi-vienne
vienne .Vi-vienne Drummond of "Lood Back
in Anger" is bachelor Clay Felk Felk-er's
er's Felk-er's best reason for star-gazing.

, .Beverly Hills Hotel staffers

W. Durden and J. Francis are part

ners in the only hot dog corpora corporation
tion corporation in the land. It opens Nov. 1

at Woatvrood. where UCLA stu

dents are sure to make it click

. .Mel Stewart (he starred in

"Simply HeaVtnly" which folded)
is back at his steady job as wait

er in Paramount's New York com

missary. .Queen Elizabeth has
26 medics guarding her health. .

Red leader Elizabeth Gurley Fiynn

will be a guest at the' SCViot Em

bassy. Washington. Nov. 7. .The

next "secret" meeting of tne nan

comm. of the Communist Party
will ha hplH nn tha 23rd and QlthV

They mn mfittratingthe
ster'r Unhi .Win, WmV :Saro'Li

new play, "The CaVS Dwellers,"

which opeaed at tne noy sateve,

got hravos.

Playwright William Inge's new

play, "Th Dsrk At Th Top Of

Some of Dulles s advisers have
been sayhig the sama thing. Just
how often they will be burnt by
Nasser remains to be seen.

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Tha Stairs," may be

B'way dick. Ho aurhd "Coma
Back Little Shobi," ''Picnic" and
"Bus Stoo". .Carbo, who prefers

being alone, bought a welcome
mat at Sloan' 5th Avenue store.

. .Beginning ot? the end? Pitts

burgh's famid Rock 'n' Roll

Room shuttered. .Hank Aaron,

Milwaukee Bravo' 23 year old
star, will ask $40,000 next season.

. .Rumor says x-chmp Joe
Louis may be rewarded with a
$20,000 peranftum public relation
fob in Hoffa's union. .Loo Lin-

dy't widow Clara and Kir nephew
Albert Abend ar tha executors of
Lao's" million $ astat. . .Danny
School, musical comedy lark, and

Elizabeth Busch of th lager clan

may surprise Intimates. .Irony:

Warner Bros, fired an army of its

B'way press agents. who I a t

chore was "Sayonara which -is
Japanese for ta-ta.

4th has soma una!bla- log.' No

full vision of tha stag-. .Vernon
Scetf kwpi .That Brand must
have yun for th Orient. lfn his
first B'way play th program list,
d Marion as being Bangkok-born,
He was born in Omaha. .. .Ariio
na-Biltmore maitr d' Jos Mala Mala-test
test Mala-test has composed four songs
that Lanza and Sinatra s-h u I d
Ciank him for writing. . .Mae
Krindlr, muting. .Bob MeSwo.
ny said that whan Mrs. Michael
Todd showed up at th Mad. Sq.
Todcfon poddy, sh looked Ilk th
bll. . Nw romance? Ludlow's
Jan 'Mitchell and beauty Hlg Di
Vma. '. .Th '58 Caddy will b
vn longer about If ft. .It's
a girl for th Italo Taos at Santa
Monica (Calif.) hosp. . J Miami
Beach's Mont Carlo may have
to omit thows. Too many sets ara
out-pricing thmlvf into I a y-

ofls.

Mrs. Harrison Williams' son Bob

by (doing time ; ior swindling

friends out of tug coin to buy gems

for Linda Christian) doesn't know

it until now: R. and J. Herzfeld at

first refused to press charges' a-

gamst him. They wi.'l be awarded

$30,000 from his late pater's J es estate.
tate. estate. . Warner's modest little
forecast: "Sayonara" will come

"one of the ten best pictures of

all time". .The concluding para paragraph
graph paragraph in Geo. Raft's last article
(Satevepost) is an eyebrowllfter.
Best piece of the series. .Raft
should consider his look a like
Steve Peck at the Seville (H'wood)
to play him in his film Ufa saga.

.Wendy Bame is gushing goo-

goo with El Borracho's oriole,
Russ Arno. .Singer Micky Mario
got a 20 carat sparkler from Ron
Ascher, the shoemaker. . .Nick
Prvor (juvenile in "The Egg

head") lived in a cold water flat

(no bed) until the premiere the

other night.

"Wlist Sid Story," doing about

$61,000 weekly, isn't acomplet

sell-out only because th theatre

"Bails ar Ringing" for Marsha
Rivers of that show only at thea theatre.
tre. theatre. She decided -not to become
hotel exec Charles Paris' bride.
.' .Elizabeth Allen, the Julit in
"Romanoff and Juliet," and Jack
Manning (diretcor of Helen Hayes'
Shakespeare group), are a steady
after-curtain-time tryst.- .Charles
Van Doren, the quiz champ nev never
er never met Ralph Rosk, co-parent f

his book, "Lincoln's Commando."
Only via the mails. .Canary Didl
Douglas' secret love-is croon.er
Bill Lawrence. .Betty George
was spotted by James C a g n e y
ankling along a Universal-set. He

arranged a test lor nis next epic.
. .Teddy Rodriguez's estranged

wife and dancing partner flew to
his hospital bedside .A charac character
ter character from Miami Beach is plaguing
night clubs here with counterfeit
checks. Next stop: The morgue.

.The Hollywood Villa Capri crowd

studied a surprise duct: Don Tay Taylor
lor Taylor and Barbara Bel Geddes. .

The tune to "Baby Come Home"

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BETTY CROWE of Ancon points to a UNICEP poster during a Sunday School session In the Canal Zone where a film strip
was shown explaining the activities of the united Nations Children's Fund. On Halloween night, children from the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St Luke, the First Baptist Church, the Balboa UnioA Church, and the Unitarian Society will be collecting coins
from residents of the Canal Zone as a treats-for-the-world's- needy-children' project. Later in the evening the children turn

In their UNICEF containers at the different churcnes wnere parties are men neia complete wun cnuy, cuomcs, puncn, ae-

coratlons, games and fun. 1

Opposite the Public Market

Tel. Tel. 2-3451

Radio Said Better
Than TV For Hits

the
the

By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK (NEA)T for wil wiling
ing wiling records, many musical VlF s
'insist, there's nothing like televi televi-Griffin
Griffin televi-Griffin who ways radio"is just as
good, it not better.
PIS. Griffin is just starting a
nam raHiA Yirn0ram.

Actually, this program Griffin
is doing, via ABC-Radio, is unique
in thesh djys of big TV .budgets
, The Merv Griffin' Show is '.a full
hour radio program, something
that hasn't happened, in years. An
it's a costly affair-tesides Merv.
and the usual battery of guest
Btars, ther'U be a 25 -piece orches orchestra,
tra, orchestra, an ight.Voice. chorus, a- vo vo-.
. vo-. tal groupcutes little t)arla Hood
; ::1.rthw. reeular ind imcy ar-

''ranger? ntl -AM tnr.a W
J-davs .week ton! .-!"

: 'l think sms wiu "v
cord sales tremendotisly,; says
Griffin. "I've had everything ,on
y career-except a t record.
It would be nice. A hit record cr
two and up goes your asking price
for everything else you do -pi.
course, I know
ud goes their price, and they get
no more hits and down goes .the
:!-. t,A months later.

worry about money too much.
H?3mM that h.'s making rtjor.
money on hi. radio show than
somVproHy fair spots on t.l.vi-
This means, he thinks, there Is
. resurgence of raduvas a major
entertainment medium, ine nei
workvis basing its decision to i ink
r lot of money into radio on the
con?inmng sale of readnos, which
eeems-logical. tvn.

flriffin is a nauuowim

kind wno woi y
home screen. But he sounds

as good as he looks, so ne wm
AnK. on radio, too. (And, ladies,

-1 ninrrlA

ne ,S gionoua K, rording

m common -J,-,;!

not having max ms

ne wornes nu
it..h. n,.rtrnm my manager.

t- "tnlH me not to worry

"u "ri.lt. Hp said I Should Con

centrate on my club act .more.

would pay on m me
think he's right."

The big voices -may be coming
Ttr'k hnm- stened re-

ter Palmer, the handsome star of

'Ii'l Ahier," ana mej ic
his Bowerful tenor on a new, com com-SeUrri.
SeUrri. com-SeUrri. of "The Desert Song-
This will also star the Met bari baritone
tone baritone Georgi Toazi.
Our' musical columnist colleague
Delos Smith, the United Press mu music
sic music writer, ha. produced a toe
new book, "Music in Your We.
Sitn t P n.rtf in tn Gershwm

ers irom r nwu
and treatst hem like human be-,

ings instead of mere
Smith, himself, is quite a human
being and-or genius, too. He s a
former poUce reooiter who now
doubles as the UP' science edi editor
tor editor and music columnist. com combination
bination combination which should lead to a
book called "Splitting the Atom in
Five Sharps."
Until that comes along. reaa
, i v rij Tt' infor

- music n m.viu -
. v.! v m

mauve ano msmy rc.u.u..
pie: be caDa Moxart a "nmcom-
POlCK'$ PICKS: The big record
this week, unavoidably, is Elvis
Presley. "JailhouM Bock (RCA)
Presley keep, improving- Others:
"Pretend Yrt Don't See He'
(Jerry Vale. Columbia); "Billy Be
Smr"'tShay Copan, Roulette):
'Chance. Are"! (Johnny Mathis,

Coiumoia); -nu ,lo:r.rS. I
tim. Kappl:" Syonara" (Eddie

Fuher, RCA); -1 Alone (The Bro Brother
ther Brother Sisters, Mercwy): "Up A bore
My Head" (Frank Lalne and
Jomnie Rav. Columbia);- We
Willie- (Ricky Pase, Liherty).
Musical Odds ad endf ob w
.albums -Hist in time for : the

jewin nniwsv seaon amtoi
""Jewish Mu.rfe" wit!i Vie orchestra
and chorus of (Benedict Silberman;

t si Mn
k AA I i -J
Merv Griffin fW"

tni -fl'auL nnrhins hettur than tvm-

pam for testing you hi-fit and no

au-iympani recora oeais uoiueu
Crest's new "Conflit", featuring
Phtl Krftii. and his nssnt-tmpnt nf

reWrfs-ane tare", andfif yurtlilu4 tng- ii

nana ui tne ivOiastream uuaras;

ieonara macuiain, on jiipio piays
"Operetta For Theater Organ," a
fine collection for tones like "In

dian Love Call" and -"Thine Alon

i Two narticularlv beautiful al

bums from RCA beautiful to

both the eyes and the ears. One-

is called "The Sea," and has

Munch and the Boston Svmohonv

playing Debussy's "La Mer" and
Ibert's "Ports of Call," plus some
lovely pictures of the sea. The other
is "Vienna." with Reiner and the

Chicago Symphony playing a ty

pical collection of Viennese waltz waltzes,
es, waltzes, polkas and other music. This,
too, is liberally sprinkled wfth ex excellent
cellent excellent photographs and text.

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 195T

j Social and Otherwise l34,
., Rm SlJLa Kanama

. ,grm.nU, Wrria3U, BiM, Partiil tnJ VrauJ Im(J L mml.l prompt U L-numLn iLwm.
1
tMuMMii-i -I, rM-inii nnu-n i-- m m uiiniiiiifi nrrmroirn I'TTr'-iMiiiuiiwniiiiiiiiiiiin nun n ""Mini1 "'".n

5SnT vim a 7ARTM4N Chief of Staff, Caribbean Air Command, recently spoke to the Al Al-rook
rook Al-rook Officers' Wives Club on the courtesies and customs of the service. Shown with Col.
3artman are MrS. Rita Nilsson, president of the club and Mrs. Zartman.

2rEiNTH ANNIVERSARY OI CARIBBEAN COMMAND
Celebrated at quakky heights officers- club
22 The Caribbean CcminancJ will celebrate its 10th anniversary
3t a formal dinner danct on Friday at the Quarry Heights Offi-
3', ... i aj .lA'nm dinner frflm R!3fl n.m.

antil 9:30 P.m., and dancing will follow from 9:30 p.m. until 1:30

m. xnere win e u ii"r ".

had as its honored guest, Col.
Paul A. Zartman, Chief of Staff,
Caribbean Air Command, who
spoke on "Protocol the Courte Courtesies
sies Courtesies and Customs of the Services."
Preceding the luncheon, mem members
bers members enjoyed the display of arti articles
cles articles collected from all the coun countries
tries countries of Latin America.

3D Britsh Embmy
flThe Ambassador of Great Bnt Bnt-'
' Bnt-' jQh in Panama Ian Leslie Hender Hender-Mn
Mn Hender-Mn and Mrs. Henderson have is is-Wed
Wed is-Wed invitations to a cocktail par par-Jj
Jj par-Jj to b held at the Embassy res residence,
idence, residence, Nov. 7.

: C. Paul Zartmn
XVdraiMt Wives
Of Albrook Officers
. At tha regular monthly luncheon
i the Albrook Officers' Wives' Club

Luncheon was served on tables
gleaming with white tapers in sil

ver wedding ring candlesticks.
Bunches of silver grapes complet-

TONYS

PANAMA COLON

Z

Announces

His SPECIAL WEDNESDAYS
for Permanents and Hair Tints
WITHIN EVERYONE'S REACH.
Different Styles in Cold Waves:
AMERICAN, ITALIAN, FRENCH, GERMAN

ed the sparkling arrangement.
The door prizes, white gloves
in satin cases, were won by Mrs.
Morris, Mrs. Joseph H. Faulkner,
Mrs. William L. Witham, and Mrs.
George H. Moss. Mrs. Robert E.
Jarrell, a new member was intro introduced
duced introduced to the group by Mrs. James
E. Potts.
The Latin American display was
arranged by Mrs. Vernon D. Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, Mrs. Willia V. Hughes,
Mrs. Guy Trifone and Mrs. Claude
A. Babb.
Decorations were by Mrs. Ray
Christy, Mrs. William D. Akers,
Mrs. Charles C. Morris and Mrs.
Edward J. Sass, Jr.

Mrs. Betty Berry
Feted At F.srewell
Luncheon At Tivoli
Mrs. Betty Berry was guest of
honor at a luncheon given in the

garden room of the Hotel Tivoli
today by members of her adult

swimming class.
Pollera and montuna dolls were
presented to you as well as a "ci "citation"
tation" "citation" by these present.
Sharing the honors with Mrs.
Berry was Mrs. Nancy Karriger
Jorgensen, who will be the new
swimming instructor at Balboa
pool.

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t .T-- f ) y:''-.fTi r :

A GROUP OF KANSAS CITY BUSLNESSWOMEN arrived on the Isthmus Friday morning by Pan American Airline? from Lima and other points in South America,
whe're"they have been touring on a goodwill mission. The ladies, officially designated by the Kansas City municipality as the Women's Commission on Internal
tional Relations and Trade, are lollowing In the footsteps of their male colleagues; who have made two goodwm mission; to Latin America under the leadership
of K C Mayor H Roe Bartle. Before leaving for South America, the group flew to Washington for briehng sessions with officials of the State, Commerce, and
Treasury Departments the US Export-Import Bank, and the FanAmerican Union. Accompanying them are John O'Keefe, Secretary of the Kansas City Men's
Commission Serge Martinez, Passenger Service inspection Superintendent of PAA's Latin American Division, ana Miss Lillian Arana, Stewardess. The bjisic
aims of the'tour are to keep Kansas City inter-American minded .socially and commercially, and to sponsor a scholarship for Latin-American students. Chairman
of the commission is Mrs. Charles S. Demaree, president of a stationery and office supply company, who has frequently served the State Department as host hostess
ess hostess for Lat'n American groups visiting Kansas City. The group lefi, Panama last night for New Orleans

1 1 .fife

Sneaky TV Commercials
Threaten Our Bank Books

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

PintiivA urnm DflH. Sis and Ju

ci-ttino Brniinri the family IV

set watching shoot-'em-ups, psy

chological thrillers, quiz inowvauu

CUflicuioiio.
Tk cot is tirrnpn OIT. Mom BUS

o limit now ninnine-room

1111 ill MWW.
furniture she simply must nave
Dad wonders about payments on

a new car. Sis insists mat me
family should have a boat so she
nan lparn wnter.sk inff. Onlv Ju

nior, who fell asleep before the
first "fBelowhe-conseious-thresh-old"
commercial, is content with
the family status (quo.

That's really no Joke. Advertisers
have experimented enough to know

that they can flash a message on

f Stick j0ffim
with m
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a. movie or TV screen so quickly
that is isn't comprehended by the
conscious mind but makes a deep

impression on the subconscious

Hill they start making use of what

sthev ; have learned by feeding us

nqldden commericlsy we willfireally,

be at their mercy. N t t f
. We'll be wanting more 'and more
things, without knowing why.
6
JUNK THE SET
All I can suggest if this new

type of advertising gets a toehold

isthat we junk the TV set.

The American family is already

an easy mark for the advertiser

who knows how to appeal to our

fears, our ambitions, our insecu insecurities,
rities, insecurities, our snobbishness and our
determination to keep up with the

Joneses.

With all our defenses at work,

we still go into debt for things we

do not need and will be made un unhappy
happy unhappy with things that are still
usable. But thev won't be the new

est, the giggest or the best.

But think wliat iney couia sen
ii if thpv went to work on our sub-

rnnsrinus "minds an.l we had no

defense against their selling tac

tics.

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Written for NEA Service

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Beer Plays Major Part
In Flemish Beef Stew

By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markats Editor

fatten.

"Nothing makes me feel so

old," says a woman whose hair

is onlv nartiallv erav. "as to have

someone ask me, 'What color did
your hair USED to be?" Such
questions are as unnecessary as

iney are laciiess.
So why ask them?

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North and South each bid their

full values or maybe a trifle
more but a look at their cards

would show taht the slam con

tract was a proper one.
West opened a trump and
South won in his own hand. He
noted that a favorable break in
hearts or clubs would give his
contract but South was a pessi

mist and decided on a play that
would give him a slight addi additional
tional additional chance.
He led a club to the ace,
trumped a plub in his own-hand
and led a trump to dummy's
queen. He1 got his first bad news
when East showed out.
The Jack of hearts was cashed
to pull west's last trump and
the king of clubs was played.
The bad club break showed up
then and South was in trouble.
He ruffed a club to establish
the Ifst two in dummy and led

a spade.

West won with the ace and
East signaled desperately In an

effort to convince declarer that
he held the queen of spades.
West promptly led a low spade.
A diamond lead was obvious sui suicide
cide suicide and maybe East did hold
the jack of spades.
South might have ruffed !n

dummy and cashed the last two,

clubs. If East held botn the
queen of spades and king of
diamonds he would be in a
squeeze.
South considered that play
briefly and decided it was much
better to play West for the queen
of spades. South simply dis discarded
carded discarded the ten of diamonds from
dummy and marie the contract.

There arp manV fine thine in

Belgium, we found, including

wo-echeck recipes we gathered
j where,. wev consulted with. Belgian-

born fetersAi'. DeMaerel who has
beent n the United States for 10

years. Mr. DeMaerei, assitant

North America manager of Sabena
Belgium airlines, is a distinguish
host.
Flemish Beef Stow
(6 servings)
One-third cup flour, 2 teasspoons
salt, 1-4 teaspoon pepper, 2 pound
boneless beef chuck, cut in "1 "1-inch
inch "1-inch pieces; 1-4 cup butter or mar margarine,
garine, margarine, 4 medium onions, sliced;
12 ounces beer, 1 clove garlic, pe
ed; 1 tablespoon finely chopped
parsley, 1 hay leaf, 1-4 teaspoon
dried thyme.
C6mbine flour, Kalt and pepper;
roll meat pieces in mixture. Melt
butter; add onion slices and cook
until tender, but not brown. Rem

onions; add meat ana brown on

all sides. Retunr onions.
Add beer, garlic love (impaled
on wooden pick) and remaining
ingredients. Cover and cook over
low heat 1 1-4 hours, of until ten tender.
der. tender. Remove garlic clove. Serve
hot with boiled potatoes.

Hot Apple Fritters
(12 fritter)

inree large Hyine, j tup amen
all-purpose flour, 1-2 teaspoon sa

2 tablespoons sugar,. 2-? 'cup.beer,
2 eggs, ,epaated; a ; tablespoons
W&n&ore!'appie fcut Vh
into 4 slices. Sift together flour,
salt and sugar. Beat egg yolks un until
til until light: stir fn beer and butter.

Sift in dry ingredients. Beat egg

whites until stiff, nut not dry; fold
into batter. Dip apple slices,;, a
fejw at a time, into halter. Fry in
deep fat heated to 370 degrees F.
5 minutes.

Benson In Japan
TOKYO, Oct. 29 (UP) U.S. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft
Benson arrived here today to con confer
fer confer with Japanese agricultural of officials
ficials officials and visit farms.
Benson, his wife and two daugh daughters
ters daughters were greeted at the airport
by U.S. Ambassador Douglas Mac Mac-Arthur
Arthur Mac-Arthur II.
In a brief statement, Benson
said he planned to discuss with
Japanese officials ways Of "main

taining high level and mutal aid

beneiicial to the flow of products
between our two countries."
"Japan is one of the nrincloal

markets for the products of
American farms," he said. "Wa

value your market highly."

Medical Schools
Need Money
NEW YORK. Oct. 29 (UP) Gen General
eral General Motors President Harlow
Curtice asked business and indus industry
try industry today to help the nation's 82
medical schools through their

present financial emergency or

lace tne prospect ot government
subsidy.
Curtice, in a statement released
by the National Fund for Medical
Education, made his plea only a
"ur Hav aftpr President Kisen-

hower asked in a speech in New

Yor jot more voiunury support

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TUISDAT, OCTOBER 9, 1957

THE PANAMA AMERICAN -. AM INDEPENDENT, DAILY NEWSPAPER

Social and

- 1 n wrw

r

Utk

pAGt nn

Will Visit Mltan 1 ,
Mrs. Mildrtd Kop, Supervising
Physical Therapist t Gorges Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, sailed on the S. S. Ancon

IIATO Oliicial

anls US To

Scisnlilic Knowledge
Washington, Oct. w (upv
Paul-Henri Spaak, secretary-general
of NATO, said' today the
United States need not fear its
secrets will be leaked to Russia
if it pools its scientific knowledge
and resources with iU European

'llriuit reason and what Interest

would we have to give in
to tha Jussiana?" he sked. "We
y..TnWi. nf talcing the same

precautions you; take In the United

apycirivic uii uic i-'i'v
Wants' to Know", television pro-
franv' Spaak aso said he has
certainly some lope that Pres President
ident President Eisenhower will attend the
mid December meeting of the
council of the North Atlantic Trea Treaty
ty Treaty Organization. v
"And I am uw! that If Presi President
dent President fXsenhewer says he is ready
to eome, that the other heads of
government win come too," he ad added.'
ded.' added.' ;
A White House announcement
that the President will attend the
meeting is expected early this
week. Canadian Prime Minister'
John Diefengbaker already has said
that he will attend the gathering
f "NATO leaders at the highest
level."
The "summit" meeting would be
aimed at reappraising the West's
defense needs in light of Russian
advancement in the missile-satel

lite field. The President ha pro

posed a pooling f scientific know knowledge
ledge knowledge and know-how to help meet
the Russian threat.

mm UaW

Saturday on her way to Boston
Mass. to attend The institute for
Physical Therapists sponsored by
The American Hospital Associa
tion during November. Mrs. Kop
will' reltr n during the latter part
of oovember.
Kurt Charles Mock's
Arrival, Announced
. CWO .W-2 Ernest K. and Mrs.
Mock announce the arrival of their
son Kurt Charles at Gorgas Hos Hos-pital'last
pital'last Hos-pital'last week.

: Each fcotlet for fadusiea in ffcia
cahruin thuU fc submitted
tyoo-wriNM (am and mMd
the hex numon listed dairy 'So
cial aad Otbarwm," or eeUverad
fe Ju4 .the Hiee. Notices el
mestinai cannot ba accaptad fc
tatffaiwn.
Balboa Women's Club
Board Meeting
The Balboa Woman's Club will
bold a board meeting at the .USO .USO-JWB
JWB .USO-JWB at 9 o'clock tomorrow.

2 Convicts Escape
By Slugging Guard
On Sunset Limited

EL CENTRO, Calif., Oct. 29
(UP)-VTwo desperate tonvicts es escaped
caped escaped from the Sunset Limited to today
day today by slugging their guard and
fled across the desert wastelands
leading to the International bor border.
der. border. y
A vast manhunt was jtarted
when it was discovered that Al Albert
bert Albert Ginsberg, 50, a convicted kii kii-W.v
W.v kii-W.v tad Harschel Snllivan, 2S, a
parole violator jumped th guard
aboard the speeding'' train early
today and fled into,. the, darkness
near Indio, a railroad ? town 75
nilea north of here at the edge
of tho Imperial Valley.
They ; were being transported
Croat Los Aageles to Dada County.
FlaW Deputy Sheriff Sid Pow Pow-ledge
ledge Pow-ledge whom they overpowered 2a
their compartment.
With the deputy unconscious,
they unlocked their handcuffs with
his keys, took his cadge and Iden Identification
tification Identification papers and apparently
leaped from the moving limited
oa the desert north of the Mexican
line. The two had been captured
m Los Angeles.
El Centro and Calexico author authorities
ities authorities were alerted for a possible
Jtlaa by the desperadoes to cross
nto Mexico. Two men answering
their descriptions asked a service
station attendant at Indio:
"Where's the bus atation for 1
Centro?'
. Sheriff's deputies, however, said
there was some possibility the
pair might nave doubled back to toward
ward toward the resort of Palm Springs
or Los Angeles. Road blocks were
set up on highways in all direc directions.
tions. directions.
Powledge was taken off the
-train- at Phoenix, Am., for med medical
ical medical treatment.

Cooperative
Do Consume Panami
The General Assembly Meeting

of the Cooperativa de Consumo

Panama. R. L. has been postpon

ed from Oct. 28- to Thursday Nov.

7. It will be held at the sojour

ner's Hall, located on "P" St. a-

bove the Apollo Theatre, starling
at 7:30 p.m.

Orphans' Benefit
Dance Sponsored
By Student Company
Latin American students at
the UA. Army Caribbean School
will sponsor an Orphans' Bene Benefit
fit Benefit Dance on Saturday, Nor. 0, at
9:60 pjn. in the main ballroom
of Ciro's in Colon. Aneelo jaspe
and his orchestra will provide
the music.
Proceeds will be given to the
St. Vincent de Paul's Orphanage
of Colon to help provide a mer merrier
rier merrier Christmas for the children.
Tickets for the benefit dance
may be obtained at Ciro's In Co Colon
lon Colon or by calling the first ser-
Seant of the Latin American
tudent Company, telephone 98 98-855.
855. 98-855. The dance committee, elected
by thajtudenu, is making all
the final arrangements. Members
of the committee are M-Sgt Fe Fe-dertco
dertco Fe-dertco Lopes of Colombia, chair chairman:
man: chairman: Art. Miaruel A. Bardallo of

Uruguay, secretary; and M-Sgt.
Antonio Araya Fernandea of

Cost Rica, treasurer.

;

NOW WAY TO

WASHPACE
,: tmaeevaa Skin Amazingly
"ItW fro afuU sain ut twice ;
viUvritCuticuraeap. An-
rOrtkara CtataMBtaiStUr.
,5m blaethaada, fstoraiUy

tmi pbapM dear;

ootiii aww aor
eanwsaldajrat
. Bay today.
cuncusA

DRIVE CAREFULLY .
Protect Our Children
...LET THEM CROW

Big Game Hunting In Catskills Ends

As Safari Traps Runaway Elephant

CAIRO, N.Y., Oct, 29 (UP)-

A two-ton .pircus elejmant wmcn

roamed the CatsKiU aiouniains ior
12 days was captured by a safari
of state police, farmers and forest
rangers yesterday.

Siam, tit n-year-om pacny-

derm, had been trapped here w
miles from its winter quarters
earlier today, but broke away and
smashed a police car. A few hours
later, however; searchers tight

ened a triangle perimeter ano
ended Siam's wayward ways.

Th elenhant was placed in

chains, loaded in a truck and re

turned to Windham, N.Y., winter
quarters. The beast had been at
large since Oct, .IS .when it was

scared oy a norse uu ran
Siam slipped from 'leg rope
earlier today after being hooked
in the ear by state police. -The
aaimal bounced into the police car
and slipped into the wood.

Th rori-tnannered beast had

been the object of the first ele elephant
phant elephant hunt in the history of the
Catskills. ; Probably Rip Van
Winkle never dreamed of such a
thing. IBut. the lure of capturing big
game prompted volunteer hunters
to turn out, sometimes as many as
50 a day. ;. ,,-f

Siam had been signiea many

times, the hunters reponea, out
apparently they kept their dis distance.
tance. distance. But today police spotted the

beast near A era wmcn is aooui au

V

miles from the winter quarters
where Joyce Vidbel was training
Siam and several other elephants.
Mrs. Vidbel joined the search
daily and today was on her way in
a truck with 12 helpers when Siam
broke loose.
' ...

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Used dally, new Arrid with
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as all hading deodotants tested.
Arrid ttopi odor n cmtict sad
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Soon after Betty's 11 birthday,
she experienced a new sexual de development
velopment development that startled and fright frightened
ened frightened her.
Though It seemed a time for
reassuring sex instruction by her
mother, none waa offered. To Bet Betty's
ty's Betty's first anxious question, her
mother responded with an impa impatience
tience impatience that suggested she resented
the new development. So Betty
stopped asking her mother ques questions
tions questions and, on a classmate's ad advice,
vice, advice, asked them of her school's
hygiene teacher.
, After answering them, her teach teacher
er teacher -said 'Indignantly. '.'It is cer certainly
tainly certainly too bad when mothers can
not discuss these matters with th
daughters I"
It is too bad, but our modern
scorn of mothers who can't discuss
them is just as bad.
Those of us who can't are not
maliciously sabotaging pur chil children's
dren's children's Sexual health. In most Cases
we are struggling with a very old
and cruel feminine illusion the a
old belief that our bodies are the
devil's temptation to sin.
It is quite impossible to talk
happily to a daughter about her
feminine sexuality if we believe
it to be the cause of the world's
sins.
So for mothers who feel this way,

I am quoting from a justpublish justpublish-ed
ed justpublish-ed book by a 70-year-old woman
who, to her experienced under under-stading
stading under-stading of us as an analytical psy psychologist,
chologist, psychologist, adds sisterly compassio

It's titled "women ana some

times Men."

In it, Florida Scott Maxweu
writes, "Man's need to see woman
as the source of evii to him could
not help but play a decisive part
in her attitude toward herself.
Taught that the sexuality she rep represented
resented represented was evil, she still quivers
under it and seems dazed by the
contraditions it implies. Somewhere
it creates a discord in us that ma
us ill at ease with ourselves. We

carry shame of the body as thought
it were our fault that bodies exist
but we are impatient with this."
t hnn that American womea

Iwill make a best-seller o Mrs.

Scott-Maxwell's book, needing as
we do its comforts and insights
so badly.

Our uneasiness wan sex insiurc insiurc-tion
tion insiurc-tion of our chidren is our long long-buried
buried long-buried impatience with' the idea
that our birth-giving bodies are
the source of am for man.
What we need is less condemna condemnation
tion condemnation and more love so that we can
bring our anger into full aware awareness
ness awareness instead of letting it tear at
us with seli-hate when our children
ask us sexual questions.

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2oL PAUL A ZARTMAN, Chief of Staff, Caribbean Air Command, recently spoke to the Al Al-rook
rook Al-rook Officers' Wives Club on the courtesies and customs of the service. Shown with Col.
.artman are Mrs. Rita Nilsson, president of the club and Mrs. Zartman.

3tenth anniversary or Caribbean command
Celebrated at quarry heights officers- club
22 The Caribbean Crmmand will celebrate its 10th anniversary
a formal dinner danct on Friday at the Quarry Heights Offi Offi-Z&rs'
Z&rs' Offi-Z&rs' Club.
will l.e served at 7:30 p.m.. dinner from 8:30 p.m.

'MMnfii o. nm and dancine will follow from 9:30 p.m. until 1:30

Zm. There will be a floor show.

33 Britth Embassy
"-rfThe Ambassador of Great Bnt Bnt-jflh
jflh Bnt-jflh in Panama Ian Leslie Hender Henderson
son Henderson and Mrs. Henderson have is is-ed
ed is-ed invitations to a cocktail par par-,ti
,ti par-,ti to b held at the Embassy res residence,
idence, residence, Nov. 7.

Cl. Paul Zartman
XVdrctsas Wivs
Of Albreok Offictrs

had as its honored guest, Col.
Paul A. Zartman, Chief of Staff,
Caribbean Air Command, who
spoke on "Protocol the Courte Courtesies
sies Courtesies and Customs of the Services."
Preceding the luncheon, mem members
bers members enjoyed the display of arti articles
cles articles collected from all the coun countries
tries countries of Latin America.
Luncheon was served on tables

gleaming with white tapers in sil

-At tha regular monthly luncheon ver wedding ring candlesticks.

f,the Albrook Officers' Wives' Club Bunches of silver grapes complet-

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for Permanents and Hair Tints
WITHIN EVERYONE'S REACH.
Different Styles in Cold Waves:
AMERICAN, ITALIAN, FRENCH, GERMAN

ed the sparkling arrangement.
The door prizes, white gloves
in satin cases, were won by Mrs.
Morris, Mrs. Joseph H. Faulkner,
Mrs. William L. Witham, and Mrs.
George II. Moss. Mrs. Robert E.
Jarrell, a new member was intro introduced
duced introduced to the group by Mrs. James
E. Potts.
The Latin American display was
arranged by Mrs. Vernon D. Ad Adams,
ams, Adams, Mrs. Willia V. Hughes,
Mrs. Guy Trifone and Mrs. Claude
A. Babb.
Decorations were by Mrs. Ray
Christy, Mrs. William D. Akers,
Mrs. Charles C. Morris and Mrs.
Edward J. Sass, Jr.

of

Mrs. Betty Berry
Feted At F.irewell
Luncheon At Tivoll
Mrs. Betty Berry was guest

honor at a luncheon given in the

garden room of the Hotel Tivoh
today by members of her adult

swimming class.
Pollera and montuna dolls were
presented to you as well as a "ci "citation"
tation" "citation" by these present.
Sharing the honors with Mrs.
flerry was Mrs. Nancy Karriger
Jorgensen, who will be the new
swimming instructor at Balboa
pool.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE S)

GROUP OF KANSAS CITY BUSINESSWOMEN arrived on the Isthmus Friday morning by Pan American Airline? from Lima and other points In South America.

where they have been touring on a goodwill mission. The laaies, otlictally designated by the Kansas City municipality as the Women's Commission on Interna International
tional International Relations and Trade, are following In the footsteps of their male colleagues; who have made two goodwm mission; to Latin America under the leadership
of K. C. Mayor H. Roe Bartle. Before leaving for South America, the group flew to Washington for briefing sessions with officials of the State, Commerce and

becreiary oi tne Kansas City Men's
Lillian Arana, Stewardess. The bjaslc
31' Latin-American student rhulrmin

of the commission is Mrs. Charles S. Demaree, president of u. stationery and onice supply company, wno has frequently served the State Department as host hostess
ess hostess for Latin American groups visiting Kansas City. The group lefi. Panama last night for New Orleans.

Treasury Departments, tne ua xpon-mipori, .Ban, ana we rinimei:uaii umun. Amumyany nig w:m iue junn uiieeie,
Commission, Serge Martinez, Passenger Service Inspection Superintendent of PAA's Latin American Division, 'ana Miss
nimt nf thp tour nre to keen Kansas City inter-American niindeo. .socially and commercially, and to sponsor a scholarshm f

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nior Junior sitting around the family TV

set watching shoot-em-ups, psy-

.hological thrillers, quz snows ana

comedians.

The set is turned on. Mom sits

thinking about new dinnfng-roont
furniture she simply must have.;

Dad wonders about payments on
a new car. Sis Insists that the
family should have a boat so she
can learn water-skiing. Only Ju Junior,
nior, Junior, who fell asleep before the

first "fBelowHhe-eonscious-tnresn-old"
commercial, is content with
the family status iquo.
That's really no joke. Advertisers
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a, movie or TV screen so quickly
that is isn't comprehended by the
conscious mind but makes a deep
impression on the subconscious.

If they start making use of what

S hey have learned by feeding us
lidden commericls we wilkreaUy,

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We'll be wanting more and more

things, without knowing why.

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type of advertising ds a toehold

isthat we junk the TV set.
The American family is already
an easy mark for the advertiser

who knows how to appeal to our
fears, our ambitions, our insecu insecurities,
rities, insecurities, our snobbishness and our
determination to keep up with the
Joneses.

With all our defenses at work,
we still go into debt for things we
do not need and will be made un unhappy
happy unhappy with things that are still
usable. But they won't be the new newest,
est, newest, the giggest or I lie best.
But think what thev could sell

us if they went to work on our sub subconscious
conscious subconscious "minds and we had no

defense against their selling tac
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Beer Plays Major Part
In Flemish Beef Stew

By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Mirktts Editor

There flr nmn fir( thtnix In

Belgium, we found, including

jk to jecheck recipes we gathered

tnere?we; consulted with. Belgian-

Dorn reter iA.. ueMaerel who has

beenf n the United States for 10

years. Mr. DeMaerel, assitant

North America manager of Sabena

Belgium airlines, is a distinguish

nost.
Flumish Beef Stw
(6 servings)

North and South each bid their
full values or maybe a trifle
more but a look at their cards

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West- opened a

South won in his own hand. He
noted that a favorable break in

hearts or clubs would give his
contract but South was a pessi pessimist
mist pessimist and decided on a play that
would g!ve him a slight addi additional
tional additional chance.
He led a club to the ace,
trumped a club in his own-hand
and led a trump to dummy's
queen. He got his first bad news

when East showed out. j
The Jack of hearts was cashed
to pull West's last trump and
the king of clubs was played.
The bad club break showed up
then and South was in trouble.
He ruffed a club to establish
the Inst two in dummy and led

a spade.

West won with the ace and

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uunng manes me jcci su effort to convince declarer that
old,' says a woman whose hair he neld the queen of spades.'
is only partially gray, "as to have We,t promptly led a low spade,
someone ask me, 'What color didiA diamond lead was obvious sui sui-your
your sui-your hair USED to be?" Such ride and maybe East did hold
questions are as unnecessary as jne 0j spades.

wiry tue tiiLLicsa.

One-third cup flour, 2 teasspoons
salt, 1-4 teaspoon pepper, 2 pound
boneless beef chuck, cut in 1:
inch pieces; 1-4 cup butler or mar

garine, 4 medium onions, sliced;
12 ounces beer, 1 clove garlic, pe

ed; 1 tablespoon finely choDPed

parsley, 1 hay leaf, 1-4 teaspoon
dried thyme.

Combine flour, salt and pepper;
roll meat pieces in mixture. Melt
butter; add onion slices and cook
until tender, but not brown. Rem
onions; add meat and brown on

trump and all sides. Retunr onions.

Acm Deer, garnc love (impaled
on wooden pick) and remaining
ingredients. Cover and cook over
low heat 1 1-4 hours, or" until ten tender.
der. tender. Remove garlic clove. Serve
hot with boiled potatoes.

Hot Apple Fritters
(12 fritters)
Three large apples, 1 cup sifted
all-purpose flour, 1-2 teaspoon sa

2 tablespoons tugarr 2 ? cup beer,
2 eggs, -separated; 2. tablespoons

''Vsfi!,afi4tt&'e' apples! "fcutli
into 4 slices. Sift Wether flnur.

j'salt ahd sugar. Beat egg yolks Un

til ugnt; stir tn beet and Butter.
Sift in dry ingredients. Beat egg
whites until stiff, out not dry; fold
into batter. Dip apple slices, a
fejw at a time, into batter. Fry in
deep fat heated to 370 degrees F.
5 minutes.

Benson In Japan
TOKYO, Oct. 29 (UP) U.S. Sec

retary of Agriculture Ezra Taft
Benson arrived here today to con

fer with Japanese agricultural of officials
ficials officials and visit farms.

Benson, his wife and two daugh

ters were greeted at the airport
by U.S. Ambassador Douglas Mac Mac-Arthur
Arthur Mac-Arthur II.

In a brief statement, Benson

said he planned to discuss with

Japanese officials ways Of "main

taining high level and mutal aid

beneficial to the flow of products
between our two countries."

"Japan is one of the principal

markets for the products of
American farms," he said. "We
value your markpt highly.'

So why ask them?

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South might have ruffed !n
dummy and cashed the last two
clubs, if East held both the
queen of spades and king of
diamonds he would be In a
squeeze.
South considered that play
briefly and decided it was much
better to play West for the queen
of spades. South simply dis discarded
carded discarded the ten of diamonds from
dummy and made the contract.

Medical Schools
Need Money
NEW YORK. Oct. 29 (UP)-Gen-erl
Motors President Harlow
Curtice asked business and indus industry
try industry today to help the nation's 82
medical schools through their
present financial emergency or
face the prospect of government
subsidy. j
Curtice, in a statement released
by the National Fund for Medical
Education, made his plea. only a
w days after President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower asked in a Dwb in New

York for more voluntary support I
of medical education.

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Socidi and Oth

Wilt Visit often 1 ;
Mw. Mildred Kopf. Supervising
Physical Therapist u Gorges
pital, tiled on the S. S. Ancon

NATO Official

anls US To Pool

erwiie
-i dontinnid

Saturday on her way to Boston

Mass. to aueiia sue msuiuie ior

Physical Therapists sponsored oy
The American Hospital Associa
tion during November. Mrs. Kop.
will' reUr n during the latter part
of november.

Kurt Chart Mock's
Arriva I .Announced
CWO W-2 Ernest K. and Mrs.
Mock announce ttte arrival of their
son Kurt Charles at Gorgas Hos Hos-pital'last
pital'last Hos-pital'last week.

Washington, Oct. m (UP)
Paul-Hewi Spaak, secretary-gen-
i nirn aairf' tnnav the

United State need not fear its

secrets will be leaKea to
if it pools its scientific knowledge
and resources with its European

"Wiuttres'son and what Interest

would "we nave to give m onnauun
to the Jtossiana?" he asked. "We
AniUk nf taVinff the same

precautions you take in the United

ippearlnOB the NBC "Youth
Wants' to Know" television pro-
f ram, Spaak n ne BM
certainly some Jiope" that Pres President
ident President Eisenhower will attend the
mid December 4ncetftig of the
council of the North Atlantic Trea Treaty
ty Treaty Organization.
"And I am tore' that if Presi President
dent President Eisenhower says he is ready
to come, that the other heads of
government will come too," he ad added.'
ded.' added.' A White House announcement
that the President will attend the
meeting- is expected early this
week. Canadian Prime Minister
John Diefengbaker already has said
that be -will attend the gathering
f "NATO leaders at the highest
level,"
The "summit" meeting would be
aimed at reappraising the West's
defense needs in light of Russian
advancement in the missile-satellite
field. The President has pro

posed a pooling f scientific know

ledge and Know-how to help meet
the Russian threat.

iach tootle tor (actiniae la this
cotemn theuM fee tubmittad a
tyaa-writtaa tana and waited ae
the bo number listed daMv Sa Sa-ciat
ciat Sa-ciat aad Otkcrwiu, at 4uUvmn4
a hvoA a .tha aHica. Katices al
meatinfi cannot ba acce'ptad bv
telephone.
Balboa Woman's Club
Board Meeting
The Balboa Woman's Club will

bold a board meeting at the.USO-

jwb at 9 o ciock tomorrow.

2 Convicts Escape
By Slugging Guard
On Sunset Limited

EL CENTRO, Calif., Oct. 29
(UP) .Two desperate convicts es escaped
caped escaped from the Sunset Limited to today
day today by slugging their guard and
fled across the desert wastelands
leading to the international bor border.
der. border. A vast manhunt was started
whe it was discovered that Al Albert
bert Albert Ginsberg, SO. a convicted kii kii-ts.
ts. kii-ts. and Herschel Sullivaa, 2B, a
parela tiolator; Jumped the guard
aboard the speeding trainr early
today i and fled into. the darkness
jieat Indio a- railroad town 75
Mile north of here at the edge
of tha Imperial Valley.
They vera being transported
from Lot Angeles to Dade County.
Fla., Deputy Sheriff Sid Pow Pow-ledgo
ledgo Pow-ledgo whom they overpowered in
their compartment.
With the deputy unconscious,
they unlocked their handcuffs with
his keys, took his badge and iden identification
tification identification papers and apparently
leaped from the moving limited
oai the desert north of the Mexican
line. The two had been captured
m Los Angeles.
II Centro and Calexico author authorities
ities authorities were alerted for a possible
plaa by the desperadoes to cross
Into Mexico. Two men answering
their descriptions asked a service
station attendant at Indio:
"Where's the bus station for El

Centro?"
, Sheriff's deputies, however, said
there was some possibility the
pair might feave doubled back to toward
ward toward the resort of Palm Springs
pr Lot Angeles. Road blocks were
set up on highways in all diree diree-'tions.
'tions. diree-'tions.
Fowled re was taken off the
-train- at Phoenix, Ariz., for meoV
icl treatment.

Coaparativa
Da Con turn a Panama
The General Assembly Meeting

of the Cooperative de Coneumo

Panama, R. L. has been postpon postponed
ed postponed from Oct. 28 to Thursday Nov.

7. It will be held at the Soujour-

uer's HaU, located on "P" St. a-

bove the Apollo Iheatre, starting
at 7:30 p.m.

Big Game Hunting In Catskills Ends;

As Safari Traps Runaway Elephant

CAIRO, N.Y., Oct, 39 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A two-ton circus elephant which
roamed the Catsklll Mountains for
13 dayt was captured by a safari
of state police, farmers and forest
rangers yesterday.
Siam, the 14-year-old pachy pachyderm,
derm, pachyderm, had been trapped here 10
miles from its winter quarters
earlier today, but taroke away and
smashed a police car. A few hours
later, however; searchers tight tightened
ened tightened a triangle perimeter and

ended Siam'a wayward ways.

The elephant was placed m
chains, loaded in a truck and re

turned to Windham, N.Y., winter
quarters. The beast had been at

large since uci. id
scared by a horse and ran away.
Siam slipped from a 'leg rope
earlier today after being hooked
in the ear by stale police. The
animal bounced Into the police car
and slipped into the wood.
' The bad-mannered beast had
been the object of the first ele elephant
phant elephant hunt, in the history of the
Catskills. Probably Rip Van
Winkle never dreamed of such a
thing. But. the lure of capturing big
game prompted volunteer hunters
to turn out, sometimes as many as
50 a day.
Siam had been sighted many
times, the hunters reported," but
apparently they kept their dis distance.
tance. distance. But today police spotted the
heast near Acra which is about 10

V

miles from the winter qusrters
where Joyce Vidbel was training
Siam and several other elephants.
Mrs. Vidbel joined the search
daily and today was on her way in
a truck with 12 helpers when Siam
broke loose.

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Latin American students at
the VA. Army Caribbean School

will sponsor an Orphans' Bene

fit Dance on Saturday, Nov. 9, at
t:00 pjn. In the main ballroom
of Ciro's in colon. Aneelo Jaspe

and his orchestra will provide
the music.

' Proceeds will be given to the
St. Vincent de Paul's Orphanage
'of Colon to help provide a mer merrier
rier merrier Christmas for the children.
Tickets for the benefit dance

may be obtained at Ciro's in Co Colon
lon Colon or by calling the first ser-
Jeant of the Latin American
tudent Company, telephone 88 88-53.
53. 88-53. The dance committee, elected

by the students, la making all
the final arrangements. Members

or tne committee are M-Sgt. Ft Ft-derlco
derlco Ft-derlco Lopei of Colombia, chair

man; figt. Miguel A. Bardallo of
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By Mrs; Muriel Lawrence
Soon after Betty's 11 birthday,
she experienced a new sexual de development
velopment development that startled and fright

ened her.

Though it seemed a time for
reassuring sex instruction by her
mother, none was offered. To Bet Betty's
ty's Betty's first, anxious question, her
mother responded with an impa impa-tl.m
tl.m impa-tl.m that auffirested she resented

tha new development. So Betty

stopped asaing ner mower ques-
nt nn rlflxsmate'i H-

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vice, asked them of her school's

hygiene teacher.
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i. mtA i InriiffninHv "It 1 rpr-

tainly too bad when mothers can

not discuss inese matters wun m
daughters!"
It is too bad, but our modern
scorn of mothers who can't discuss
them is just as bad.
Those of us who can't are not
maliciously sabotaging our chil children's
dren's children's Sexual health. In most cases
n ra trtifffflinff ivilh a vprv nIH

and cruel feminine illusion the a
old belief that our bodies are the
devil's temptation to sin.
T 'jiultA i-mnnfiihl in talk

happily to a daughter about her

feminine sexuamy it we Deneve
it to be the cause of the world's

sins.

So for mothers who feel this way,

I am quoting from a justpublish justpublish-ed
ed justpublish-ed book by a 70-year-old woman
who, to her experienced under under-stading
stading under-stading of us as an analytical psy psychologist,
chologist, psychologist, adds sisterly compassio
It's titled "Women and Some Sometimes
times Sometimes Men."
In it, Florida Scott Maxwell
writes, "Man's need to see woman

as the source of evn to mm coma
not help but play a decisive part
n tier attitndA tmvarrl herself.

Taught that the sexuality she rep

resented was evil, sue sun quivers
MmHar if nnri RAPIH ft H1170H nv thp

contraditions it implies. Somewhere

it creates a discord in us that ma
us ill at ease with ourselves. We
1 .

carrv shame of the body as thought

it were our fault that bodies exist

but we are impatient with tms.

I hope that American women
will make a best-seller o 1 Mrs.
Scott-Maxwell's book, needing as
we do its comforts and insights
so badly.
Our uneasiness with sex insturc insturc-tion
tion insturc-tion of our chidren is our long long-buried
buried long-buried impatience with' the idea
that our birth-giving bodies are
the source of sin for man.
What we need Is less condemna condemnation
tion condemnation and more love so that we can
bring our anger into full aware awareness
ness awareness instead of letting it tear at
us with self-hate when our children
ask us sexual questions.

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Teams To Consist Of Players
Whose Combined Handicaps
Total Not Less Than Sixteen
, The entry sheet for the 15th annual Mido Mul Mul-tifort
tifort Mul-tifort Watch Tournament at the Brazos Brooks
Country Club is now open and will close on the even evening
ing evening of Monday, Nov. 11 w hen the draw will be made
for this even popular contest.

Teams will consist of two
players whose combined handi handicaps
caps handicaps are not less than 16 while
the maximum combined handi handicap
cap handicap permitted will be 30.
However, players with say 16
and 18 handicaps can team up
but instead of playing off their
combined handicaps of 34,
they would be restricted to a
'handicap of 30.
Both players will drive off
every tee and then select the
drive they wish to play with
alternate strokes until the ball
Is holed out. This method of
play will be used at each hole.
Further details with regard
-to this tournament will be an announced
nounced announced before the first round
Is underway.
Nadir Goes Back
To Kentucky Afler
. Garden Stale Win
CAMDEN, N.J. (UP) Nadir,
;the winner of the Garden State
Stakes, was on the way back to
' his old Kentucky home today,
! leaving the battle for the juvenile
championship a wide open affair.

Nadir left Garden State Park by
train Sunday night for the Paris,
' Ky farm of his pwner A. B. Han Hancock,
cock, Hancock, who announced the colt will
be rested for a whiter campaign
In Florida.,,
The final major test for Eastern
. two-year-olds is the Pimlico Futur Futurity,
ity, Futurity, Nov.. 23.. With Nadir retired
a for the season, the Maryland clas clas-I'
I' clas-I' sic may afford Jewel Reward a
chance to clinch the juvenile
' crown.
Jewel's Reward, leading money money-winning
winning money-winning juvenile, has already won
the Champagne, Washington Park
, Futurity, Cowdm and T r e m o n t
" Stakes, but finished a disappoint disappointing
ing disappointing seventh to Nadir in the Gar Garden
den Garden Stat.
Trainer Ivan Parke, before shlp shlp-Jlng
Jlng shlp-Jlng the colt back to New York
Sunday, said Jewel's Reward was
"climbing" throughout the race
and certainly did not give any anything
thing anything like hrs best effort.

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LATIN
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ALBROOK
SCHOOL
Ttams W L
National Radios 25 15
American Supply 24 16
Volkswagen Cars 21'j 18'a
La Mascota 20 20
G. Novey and Co. 20 20
Marlboro Cigarrilos 18 22
Army and Navy Stores 24Vi
Volkswagen 3 National Radios 1
The National Radios, current
leaders in the hot pennant race of
Latin American School, found
themselves on the short end of the
points when they took on the
Volkswagen Carros.
Three members of the "Wagens"
took turns driving the Radios to
distraction, first it was Segura
with his 548, then came along Vi Vi-Halobos
Halobos Vi-Halobos with his 564 set, and to
top it off was Gray with 508. All
the National Radios were off the
beaor except the Piexy of t h e
League, Denny Clark with 541.
rican Supply 2 G. Novuy 2
The American Supply had the
chance to tie up the league but
muffed it in the last game, when
they went down by a large differ difference
ence difference of pins and settled for a split,
with George Novey and Co.
Bdl Gonzalez, of the Novey lads,
was the kingpin of all the bowlers
of this match, because he outscor-
ed everyone in the scratch divi
sion. Bill tallied 442, plus 96 put
him in the handicap wijto 588. For
the runnerups, Hodge, Deat out
Gonzalez in the handicap division
with 657.
Army and Navy Sfortt 4
La Mascots 0
The Army and Navy Stores al
though stationed In the cellar, put
on the best demonstration of bowl
ing for the evening, as a result
they took all four markers from
the Tlvoll Avenue La Mascotas
Another clean sweep next week
and the Army and Navy 'gang wil
be on their way up the ladder.
Four of the five Army and Na
vy Stores produced good scores.
Serna was really hot with a 516
scratch, and 576 handicap. Mcln
tire fired away a 534, and Alicea
surprised no one hut himself with
536, and Sail was in their pitch
ing with 548.
For the beaten La Mascotas the
combine of Bob Morehouse and
Stevens efforts went for naught
Bobs 205 single game stood out
like a sore thumb, and this gave
hrm a 548 handicap set. For Ste
vens he settled with 445.
Marlboro 4 Doxa 0
Doxa Relojes lost plenty of time
in the league standings, when they
dropped all points, against the
Marlboro Cigarettes who were fil
tering the pins with good hits
Four Cigarrillos of the Marlboro
pack went over the rherished 500
mark, Lou Marquez tallied 513,
Collins 503, Garcia 512, and Bra Bra-bo
bo Bra-bo 532.
For the standstill Doxas only
Rersh could crack the barrier with
508. The Doxas can not afford too
many of these shutout?, or they
will find themselves stored away
in the basement.
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Annual Gamboa
Golf Club
Tournament

The National Distillery sponsored
Club Tournament started out with
confusion. The first men's match
ended in a tie between Messers
Dunsmoor and Walbridge so an another
other another 18 holes had to be played
with the honors going to Mr. Duns Duns-moor.
moor. Duns-moor. The second match to go out.
between two women. Jenner and
McCue, ended in a tie meaning
that another 18 holes had to be
played. The honors went to Chi
McCue.
The tournament committee ex expected
pected expected more ties figuring the han handicaps
dicaps handicaps were pretty close but all
other matches ended in the 18
holes.
The weather was ideal for play playing
ing playing but it seemed like a lot of
tempers were lost because the
balls would get huned and kept
hiding. There were several birdies
and many pars shot along with
the soaring 12's and 14's on one
hole.
Three players haven't been able
to play their first round qf 18 holes
this week as they had a default or
bye. The medalist net sscore at
present is 71 held by Mae Askew.
The 15 spot prizes donated by
Home of Agewood will have to al
so be deferredt ill after these
rounds are completed.
Te pairings for
(ows:
this are as fol-
First Flight
Lewter vs. Hearns
Engelke vs. Peavley
Jacks vs. Perantie
Mercer vs. Bell
Socond Flight
Scott vs. Jenner
Sullivan vs. Stansbury
Welbern vs. Mancinelli
Dunsmoor vs. Foster
Women's Flight
Lincoln vs. Askew
McCut vs. French
Come out and sit on the
and watch some good golf.
porch
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BACK-TO-BACK N8vy Eddie Erdelatz shows his two quarterbacks, tp.0'
and Tom ForrestaL one of the fake he expects them to make this season. The Middies are
already working out at Annapolis.

Diaz Wins Military Bracket
Table Tennis Championship

Because one of the particpants,
Lt. Raymond Nesbitt, was unable
to play his final engagement with
A. Diaz on Wednesday chairman,
muz
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
MEETING
The Atlantic Little League will
hold a meeting tomorrow evening,
Oct. 30 at the Margarita Service
Center at 7:00.
The principal business of the
meeting wilUbe the completion of
arrangements for the league's try
outs which are scheduled to take
place on Saturday mornings, Nov
ana ie.
Parents of t and 12 year old
boys who are interested in playing
Little League baseball, are urged
to attend the meeting and learn
of Little League plans for 1958.
The invitation is also extended to
those who would like to manage
a Little League team.
There is also a need for
coaches, scorers, umpires, a keep keeper
er keeper of the playing statistics, as well
as for those who can write up the
story of the games for publication
in the local press.
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
Tha oldest Little League on the
Isthmus announces try-out dates
for the coming season. To partici
pate in the try outs the boys
should contact their teachers in
the following schools, Ancon, Bal
boa, Diablo, Gamboa and Saint
Marys.
They will receive application
forms, which will enable them to
report for the try-outs to be held
at the Pacific Little League Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, on Nov. 16, 23, and 30. All
dates are on Saturday, and the
workouts will be at 9 o'clock in
the morning. t
The Nov. 18 date win be for
boys of 8 and 9 years. And on
Nov. 23, the youngsters 10 and 11
years will be reviewed. The final
date of Nov. 30 will be for the 12
year old I boys.
All registration blanks will have
to be turned into the boys, teach teachers
ers teachers by Nov. 8. And questions re-
garuing me registration ana try try-outs
outs try-outs will be answered by the play player
er player agent of the League, E a r 1 e
Sears, phone Balboa 1790.
Those boys, who played last sea
son for Elks 1414, Lincoln Life,
5pur Cola, Gibraltar Life, Seymour
Agency "and the championship Po
lice team, need not register. All
others, including members of the
farm teams, must turn In applica application
tion application forms.
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11
:
Julio G. David, decided to play
the finals of the military singles
last night.
After losing the first wo games,
Diaz pulled himself together and
made a clean sweep of the last
three remaining games. He will
meet the winner of the civilian
bracket fort he overall national
and Isthmian championship Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night.
Last night featured some inter interesting
esting interesting matches, especially between
the former Colon champ John
Hall and William Hill, which was
won by an eyelash by Hall. Anoth Another
er Another unusual match was fought be between
tween between Mario Preciado and George
Granhum, which Grannum won,
after a hectic exchange of slams.
Tonight one of the most interest interesting
ing interesting matches of the entire tourna tournament
ment tournament is scheduled. John Hall
from Colon plays against Arthur
Joseph, last year's winner, Both
are confident and tlaim thaf 'fliey
will' win tha rhamninnshin v ,T
will win the championship.
Also scheduled for tonight are
the following; matches: 11 matches
men doubles, civilian bracket. S
mixed doubles and 4 singles civi-
GUN CLUB
NOTES
PEDRO MIGUEL
Lee Carr once again walked off
with top honors at the Pedro Mi
guel trap range Sunday, can.r can.r-ing
ing can.r-ing a nice 46x50. However, Les Lo Lo-ga
ga Lo-ga tied him at 24 each in the sec second
ond second event of the fifth bird shoot.
W. E. Jones, generally" the blue
chip man to hsat, was still in his
cups, as several high flyers pass passed
ed passed him by.
Tom Fogarty, Shacklett. Leisv
and Stewart, with Simpson bring
ing up me, rear, were heard pass
ing out chic alibis, some here heretofore
tofore heretofore even unheard of. So every
one went home contented. No
doubt some, with renewed strate
gy, or what not, planned for next
ume.
With the newly converted afxtv
cycle electric trap promised by
Carr for next month, we may yet
see some fast, and fancy "shoot
ing." Who knows?
Scores: Carr 18 tHs 5fisn-
Loga 19 yds 44x50: Jonea
20 yds. 42x50; Shacklet 20
yrds. 39x50; Leisv 18 yds.
38x50; Stewart 20 yds 36x
50.
Fogarty and Simpson said again,
they should have stood in bed.
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lian bracket.
The matches will start again at
7:30 p.m. at the USO JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center in Bal
boa, La Boca Road.
Results from last night match
es:
First Round Military Doubles
R. Nesbitt-J.C. Blough vs. B.
Cruz-C. Perkins (Winner) R. Nes-bitt-John
C. Blough forfeit.
St: Gallant-M. Orenstein vs C.
Kogan-R. Hernan (Winner C. Ko-
gan-R. Herman forfeit.
First Round Civilian Doubles
A. Lord-M. Spencer vs G. Cum-berbatch-C.
Carrington, will be
played Tuesday. a. ;
H. Daniels-H. Joseph vs. C.
James-A. Garth (Winner) Daniels Daniels-Joseph
Joseph Daniels-Joseph 22-20, 21-15.
A. Joseph-W. Stephenson vs C.
McLean-M. Grannum (Winner A.
, Joseph-W. Stephenson ttr&.lMl!
. T,;Nightlngale-K, Blahcett vf0.
Chong-F. Lao (Winner)- JNigpn-gale-Blanchett
21-13, 21-15. ;
Stiemback-A. Maduro vs. L. Mo-reno-H.
Newman (Winner) L, Mo-reno-H.
Newman forfet.
, R. Kirton-A. Bowen vs. I. Ja-
vis-J. Hoyte (Winner) E. Javis
J. Hoyte 21-14, 21-16.
A. Small-O. Jordan vs. W. Mar
shall-A. Hamilton (Winner) A
Small-O. Jordan forfeit.
A. Barnett-R. Jamison vs. J,
weDster-j. ferryman (Winner) J.
weDster-j. ferryman forfeit.
J. ur.iffith-R. Seales vs. B. Sin-clair-B.
Stanford (Winner) J. Grif-
uin-n. aeaies lorfeit.
First round mixad doubles
M. Loo de Yau-T. Chu vs. E,
Austin- J. Webster (Winner) M
Loo de Yau-T. Chu 2-16, 21-18.
L. Lombana-L. Moreno vs C
uarenouse-K. Jarvls (Winner! C.
Dalehouse-E. Jarvis 21-18, 9-21, 21 21-C.
C. 21-C. Bailey-B. Sinclair vs J. Ma-
ryweatner-w. Hill (Winner) J. Ma
ryweather-W. Hill forfeit
H. Joseph-A. Joseph vs McFar-lan-W
Chandler (Winner) H. Jo-
sepn-A. Joseph 21-15, 21-17.
,f,h Rou"d S'nBles Civilian
William Hill vs. John Hall (Win (Winner)
ner) (Winner) John Hall 18-21 2i.ia i.io
Mario Preciado vs. George Gran
num (Winner) George Grannum
1-10, Zl-Z3t 21-18.
A. Small vs. Fernando Lao (Win
nei Alfonso Small. 21-19, 21-13
Tony Yau vs. Stanley Hall (Win
ner) Stanley Hall 21-13, 21-18.
Military Doubles Semifinal
n. mesmtw. Blough vs. C. Ko-
gn-n. Herman ( winner) Koran-21-14,
19-21, 21-17.
Military Singles Finals
A. Diaz vs R. Nhit
A. Dias 14-21. 19-21. iia
21-17.
Civilian Doubbt 1 reand
A. JoseDh-W. Stanhanxu. ,,. T
Nightingale-K. Blanchett (Winner)
o veciu-aiepnenaon. 21-13, Xl-174
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Japanese Golfers Prove

That While You Drive For

Show You Putt For Dough

y OSCAR ERALEY
TOKJO (UP j Jann Stood at
the top of the golf world today
because an Oriental Gene Sarazen
and a Manchurian-born mashie
artist proved once again that whil
you drive for show you nutt for
aougn.
That was the story as Niobon
mopped up in the International
Trophy and Canada Cup Matches
at Kasumigaseki Country Club to
wallop the best hitters from 29
other nations over a demanding
72-hole route.
Torakichi Pete Nakamura. a
41-year-old refugee from the rice
paddies, won the individual Inter International
national International Trophy with a 14-under
par record 274 for the 72-hole dis distance.
tance. distance. They said he "can't hit it
out of his own shadow" but he fin finished
ished finished seven shots ahead of Amer America's
ica's America's Sam Snead, South Africa's
Gary Player and Welshman Dave
Thomas.
And Nakamura. a slant-eved
carbon copy of Sarazen, teamed
with slender Koichi pno, a natur naturalized
alized naturalized Japanese from Manchuria.
to cop the Canada Cup two some
line wun a loiai oi 357-19 shots
Tiger
By TREVOR SIMONS
Call it sour grapes if you please,
but it really is not. My conscience
dictates the writing of this un un-I
I un-I love football, sineel'elv believa
I love football and sicerelv believe
that sports in general and football
in particular is a great builder of
cnaracter, I would sooner see the
sport completely banished from the
jocai scnoois scneduie than to he
a witness to the eripplinc of any
drpfcn' fans' saw a display J
some' of the dirtiest football olav
ea on tne uanai zone m many
years. 11 was obvious from the
beglnlng that the Bulldog's aim
was to put as many kev Cristobal
griaaers as possible out of eomoe
tition before settling down to the
mam object.. winninir the same
They set their sights on the likes
of Jack Willoughby, Wendy Sas-
so, ueorge Kirkland and Bill
Gibson and Gibson was tha onlv
Cristobal player with whom they
raiiea inougn u wasn t for the
lack of trying.
Less than a year ago Kirkland
was a (Balboa student and played
for the Bulldogs. Not toolong ago
this big Cristobal linesman under
went a serious operation for the
removal of a kidney stone and
still carries a foot-long scar to
snow tne results of his ordeal.
Every time the plav was over
and a Balhoa player was within
the vicinity of Kirkland. the Titer
lacsie was slugged in the kidney,
Gibson wss repeatdly roushed
aner Having thrown his passes
The overall illegal play covered
each of the "marked" Cristobal
players and, for the most part,
went unseen by the officials. Bal-
bea got four fifteen-yard penalities.
but should have had more than a
doien. They had one player eject ejected
ed ejected from the same for unsports
manlike conduct and several others
could have received the same
medicine.
I do not went jt to appear, that
am condemning good, hard and
rough football. Far from it; I be believe
lieve believe in hitting hard and hitting
where it hurts most, provided it
s always done within the rules
of the game. When a play is over
and the referee s whistle has

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under par and nine fat strokes
ahead of the second place total of
566 carded by Snead and Jimmy
Demaret.
Nakamura's individual 274 broke
by on stroke the International
Trophy record of 275 set by Can-,
ada's Stan Leonard in 4954. Thie
time Leonard finished in a tic for

fifth with Ono at 283 while De-
maret had a 285 which locked him
with Australia's Bruca Cramttnn.
The Japanese, however, fell one
snot snort of matching Asutraba'i
record winning total of 5E6 in 1954
dui h was no contest as they
stroked home nine shots ahead nf
the Yanks' 566 with South Africa
third at 669. Australia fourth at
572, Wales sixth at 573 and Can-
ads seventh at 576.
'We're all proud of vou Pete."
said International Golf Association
President Frank Pace in present presenting
ing presenting Nakamura the $2,500 top prize
$1,500 for individual honors anil
half of the $2,000 team prize.
"Me too, Pete grinned, kissing
hrs putter.
"He ought to kiss that nutter
said Demaret. '.'That's the rlnK
that- won the whole ball of wai.?
Rags
blown there is no longer any exen
for rough play. The results can be
serious when the other tesm is not
prepared to defend themselves.
I cannot bring myself te believe
that the Balboa coaches teach this
kind of football, but tbev mn.i
condone it to some extent when
the offenders are permitted' to
continue hi the game. It i well
to note at this time that in all my
Wr'fMtiori with the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Athletic program and coacei
Luke Pahimbo an PauUMoser,
the emphasis iss always; bee to
clean. pUj.uiw.v ,fl t-
"'. -ii 4 ,"
This was evident not toe long ago
when a Cristobal football nTa
participated in much the same
action as did the Bulldogs Friday
nrght. The Cristobal tilavar. a fir.
strig halfback a couple of veers
back, had but one chance and he
was removed from th. .m.
by the referees, who did not aa
the infraction, but hv enarh Palnm.
bo who did see it.
I'll Drobablv h PrHM,mA V.
this remark, but the Friday night
offcials been "on tha ball tv
results of the game might have
ruee.nJ?(ernt- But with the talent
that Balboa has tvilliM. in
from each year, they should not
have to resort to anything more
than football to score easy wins.
The fact that tha "nrmM ni.Hi..
tors" from B.H.S. found it iwh.
sary to devote half the game to
ine sidelining of Cristobal kev nlav-
jrs is a tribute to the Tigers and
I for one am more proud of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High as losers than an W
nest person could possibly be of
the Balhoa High Bulldogs in a vic victory
tory victory tainted with illegal play.
I for one believa in an .
in y. b"t eoaches Luke Palumbo
and Paul Moser do not. So Balboa
can rest assured then th ..f
uvli
time they meet out oh. r m
seek vensance onlv within th. .i..
of the game and that just retribu-
uun wm noi do forthcoming. But
a word to the wi. tr th. v,.n.
dogs...It wouldn't be advisshle to
try your tactics on Jumim- rnii.n.
or th Athletic Club.. .for they are
older, more experienced men and
an injury to a Balboa High play
would be just as distasteful to me
as would be that of any other
athlete.

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Intramural Sports

"A" Leejru i:
Fred Harley bowled the high
game for the season tth "s
as he lead his team to an unde undefeated
feated undefeated aeaaon in the' J
ior-Senior High Inf"ral A
League bowling. In ad dition to
Harley'i individual high, his team
coffld the nicest total Pins for
the season when they
1450 .pins in defeating Lem jutk
land's team . thi.
The final honor that went to this
team was again won by their
captain, Fred Harley when he
won th; high average trophy with
a 169 for IS games. Harley s tearn
completed their : season, with a
1338-1114 conquest of Asa Barley s
tegrank Br0t's team kept second
elace by winning two games dur dur-?nTthe
?nTthe dur-?nTthe week. First they defeated
rTg 1270-1117. Frank Miller and
Garl Berg were tfrs most consist consistent
ent consistent scorers for Bright.

Ernesto Sharp manageu ui

' Final Standings

W L T Pet.

0 6 1

.857
.785
.571
.571
.571
.222
.222
1 .71
de-and

the

Tumi

Fighting Irish

Wildcats
Rebels
Huskies
Hurricanes
Spartans
Wolverines

Annners

C LEAGUE
fRMl KncrelWe's Razot'backs

feated the Cougars 60 to 13

then handed another loss to

Blue Devils, 52-32 to finish the
eeacnn without a defeat and in the

top spot. Engelke continued his

personal domination in ine -league
and ran for sood yardaee almost

everytime he took the ball. A-

gainst the Cougars ne sco .a
most of the points. Bill Wilkinson
rslsvpri an niitstandin? same for

the Devils, but they just couldn't

keep Engelke from scoring.
.Timmv Rames hroueht his In

dians back from two early season
defeats to win five straight and
end up in second place. In their
final cam thev defeated the

th? third posit on in Lions 46 to 25. The passing com com-&S
&S com-&S l1aSlnl with two w?ns Thev bination of Bob Brandon to Barnes
the standmgs yM HClmuth was too potent for the Liong in in-vVeam
vVeam in-vVeam in the rst game, spite of two brilliant runs by Jack
Status team in me "".. n.Vnr fnr T,nn iieores.

1214-851, but ueigaaps uuv n rv ;-v-.

ing down 1271-1111. A dr Fray.

ing down 1271-im. but th were still able t0 grab
cioni paced the win over ueigduU .tandinaa.

Wt?i2S? Ifahl's outfit managed Mike Fulop, Frank Riechart, and
Helmuth Stahls oujH I ,,, Marr.im ran well for the

to keep out Of tne cenar
of their win over -Ronnie Valen Valentine's
tine's Valentine's team) 848 to 502. Earlier in
the week Barley's team had de defeated
feated defeated Valentine's 871-648, and this
double loss assured the bottom
spot on the standings to V a 1 e n n-tine's
tine's n-tine's team.

Final A League Standings

Harley
Bright
Sharp
Barley
Kirkland
Stahl
Delgadd
Valentine

1.000
.857
.571
.429
.429
.286
.286
.143

B LEACUf
In the outstanding game of the
season, the Fighting Irish lived
to -their nickname and pulled t..e
game and .'.the- championship out
of th bag as they defeated the
Huskies 42 to 39,
'if Ms "nip and uckll ihe.way
moving into an Jmpresshr lead of
onbTquarter; Amiriirati,' isedu his
famed passing game to almost en
gineer j upset the year, but
once the' Irish goftheir first "1
points, the fur began' to fly.
By the' end of the third quarter
the Irish were head 21-20. The
fourth quarter was tremendous for
h Irish with his running and de-

.j.i hut the hero was

tensive PUy, Dul lue "r lne 1CK0II wuw'y rrejicii uau-
reallv Jack Woods, who got off e(j almost the identical play for

jw0 Jong runs lO iuuuiuu J"- ine nams, ana nerman nuuasvn
when things looked blackest for the SCOoted 70 yards for the touch-

chamos. . down.

Rusty rotter was richi inings seuiea uown uu uicu,
sivelv for the Huskies, and Curtis DUt the Rambling Wrecks were

SchWarZrOCK COlll.i"u jusi iuu viiiliciu. hi uic Bctuiiu
ing pass catching for Ammirati s quarter Mike Kelly floated a pass

learn. v

. Koe ana tne wrecK s naa meir
. 1, .. ihc 1 m T. 1 1 vl

The HUSKies are yiuuauij "' secona i.u. iaier in iiik k"" xwci xwci-rnost
rnost xwci-rnost improved team in the league, iey intercepted a wayward Ram
for in addition to giving the Irish pass and sailed down the sidelines

xur W UU .tllC A 1 a J

lor in suuiuu" i
. wmia t hf v KiaDDea

101 "-' --

atunning 41 to i ios o me points

ricanes. xne nusic Agamsi me wuiu me nimumig

flanker type "M onense, a"u mc wrecKs aia a 101 oi running irom

4nt AIllHn't StOD Am

MUrilCUe JM v. w r
piirati's passing to Schwarzrock or
Jim Forbes.
' Lew French and his Wildcats
managed to finish the season in
second place by the skin of their
teeth when they won a 24-19 game
from 'Ed Suarez' Spartans. This
was supposed to be n easy game
for the 'Cats, hut the SpartaM
hadn't read the same script and
made a real, contest out of it. Ar Archie
chie Archie Carroll waa the big run for
the Wildcats, passing to Bonnie
Clayton for one eore and running
20. yards tor another.
' Al Muller's Rebels won over the
'Wolverines of Kit Price 26-22 in a
rough and rugged ball game that
saw temper flare several times.
Muller made runs of 40 and 75
yards for scores tff pace the vic victory.
tory. victory. For the Wolverine the big
offensive weapon was the passing
of Frank" Baggott to Kit Price.

Th PaH PaiHrc wir held to

a 12-12 deadlock by the Buckeyes

John Marcum ran well for the

Bucks, but when they got mto
cr.ni.in0 territnrv tho VJairlprt line

would tighten up and hold them.

The Trojans showed signs oi
their early season form by win winning
ning winning two camps 'a rul finishied the

season with an even record. In
their 19 to 0 win over the Buck Buckeyes
eyes Buckeyes it was the running of Gene
Brewer and the 'defensive play of

Ed Idol mat got tne jod aone.
Rreupp sPain was the SDark that

brought the Trojans from behind

to defeat the Cougars Z7-i. isenny
Horton did was nice work for the

rnuears hut the men of Troy

just weren't to be denied on this

day.
Final Standinps
Teams WLT Pet.
Razorbacks 7 0 0 1.000
Indians fi 2 0 .714
Red Raiders 4 2 1 .643

Trojans 3 3 1 5Q0

Blue Devils l 6 o i
Cougars 0 7 0 000
AA LEAGUE
The Rambling, Wrecks found the
right, combination "arid racked up
two victories in as many, games:.
Runninefrom a multiple type of-

iver tne Kams jn i- ;wn,yu
ltd show- rr wis ntP fJuke;i,J.B;fe y

came oacic two aay. iaier ana
ran rough 'shod over the Colts.?!

to e, v ; ." ;'.

On the first play from scrim scrim-maOB
maOB scrim-maOB VreA Rob handed the ball

in hie holfharlr TtirV ATnrrio who

shot into the open and raced 40

yards into tne promiseo iana. ah-
.. 1 .! 1. 1 1

er me kickoii, woociy rrencn can

Against the Colts the Rambling

the single wing formation and found

it to their liking. MiKe Aiuy,
Fred Roe, and Dick Morris found
osnino hnles in the Colts defen

sives to rack up consistent yard

age.
Mnrris went nff tackle tor 45

yards and one score, Keelly took

a reverse lor anomer so ana b
points, and then added insult to
injury by intercepting a passing
and running it back for a touch touchdown.
down. touchdown. Roe ran right end for 35
vim anrf irnre in the second

half and ran in intercepted pas's
. ... n

OacK eu yarns ior me unai nauiD nauiD-ling
ling nauiD-ling Wreck points.
In the fourth quarter Tom More
tossed a nifty pass to Frank Ke Ke-vis
vis Ke-vis who took H the remaining 26
vards for the lonu touchdown of

the Colts.

Standings
team W t T Pet.
Colts 2 1 2 .600
Rambling Wrecks 2 1 3 .583
Rams 0 2 3 .300

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Thn- rristobal Tltrers will put

m lsolav tomorrow night t

MtHQP. Stadium, their team of
neirt. veftp as ihe underclassmen

of r.,ks. orenare to meet the

miwbtr AtWetic Club on- the
gridiron at 7 p.m..' To offset the
advantage belnff offered by C.H.
js .h At.hietie Club will reshuf

fie their line-up 4d' the -extent

trffct no nlayer win m piaying m
his regular nosltion. .; r
if Amonjr : the promising crop
of nn.; nd -comlni- grldders.
CJI.S. has an outstandmir
fresbmarl IriJ George Crtton,.
"ijW.pottndefwho should (start
earninr letters from his aophpj aophpj-more
more aophpj-more year right on through
until graduation. Their Une toe
nhows goofl promise for the fu fu-,
, fu-, torn with 195-poundef Pete
Endec, a sophomore, ready
take np a tackle position, ,a : ."
Another sophomore tacKle,
John Peterson, who tips the
scales at 140. got into last Fri Friday
day Friday night's fray against Balboa
and was impressive in his short
tenure of duty. For sheer guts
and a kid who likes his football
rough and always comes up smil smiling,
ing, smiling, the Tigers have a good
nrospect in freshman. Walter
Woodruff who should be ready
to contribute his part to the
Blue and Gold effort as early as
1958.
The Tigers have another big
linesm in Roy Holloway, who
started this season slow and un unsure,
sure, unsure, but has come along fast
and Improves jjy leaps and
bounds. Unfortunately this lad
is the son of a serviceman and
might not be around long enougn
to lend three fruitful years to
C.H.R.
These are but a few of the
youngsters who have been
spoiling for action all year and
will see action a-plenty when
they mtn1. A.C t Mt. Hope
tomorrow night. There has
been no announcement thus
far, as to what positions the
Athletic Club grldders will be
playinr against the Cristobal
underclassmen.
The likes of Carl Tuttle, Joe
Olivier, Dick Lemedlco, Bill Mc Mc-Keown,
Keown, Mc-Keown, Curtis Jeffries, Bill Ran Rankin1
kin1 Rankin1 and Loul8Taber, to name

a few, re an experienced
11s nfaVeri fcnCstKfo1 .tft;Jeel
TtM- hr niace m' Whatever

tnwf new nosiuons win op. ....

So far this year the Tigers
have, handed the A.C. their only
defeat and the 'scrubs" will be
out .to nln on another. Make no

mistake abot it, tomorrow

night's game will be as thrili thrili-packed
packed thrili-packed as has been all the grid

iron action so iar tnis year.
Along The Fairways

FT AMADOR WOMAN'S
GOLF ASSOCIATION
The first round of the Ft Ama

dor Woman't Golf Championship

Tournament was completed on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Oct. 27. Connie Bishop the
Medlist and defending champion

had to drop out of the tournament
due to 'an injured shoulder.

Results of the first rounu were

as ioiiows:

Championship Flight
Parantie over Bishop default
Longmore over Robinson 2 up
Dilfer over Sewell 1 up
Lincoln over Hughes 2 up 1 to

8 ..

1st Plight
Hopson Alexander default
Logan Davidson 4-3
Nelson Sullivan 3-2
IstYJll Bye
2nd Flight
wen-!-Batchellor 8 6
Hennon Bye
Hasting Whlie-3-2
Bell IBye
Pairings for the second round

are as follows:

Championship Flight
Parantie vs Longmore
Dilfer vs Lincoln
1st Flight
Hopson vs Logan
Nelson vs lsbell
2nd Flight
Owen vs Hennon
Hasting vs Bell

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Carlton Dul Darling

By JIMMY BRESLIN
DURHAM, N. C. (NEA) One
of the biggest cases in the South's
history was settled out of court
Folks in the tobacco triangle,
it seems, had flipped their filter
tips about the way Bill Murray
was handling Duke's football team.
And when a football fan gets riled
down here what happened at Fort
Sumter pales by comparison.
It started when Linwood Wray
Carlton, a 6-2, 196-pound second second-string
string second-string halfback, began the season
by gaining 93 yards in 15 carries
against South Carolina. He scored.
Duke's fourth touchdown.
A week later, against Virginia, he
scored Duke's first 26 points on
four TD's and a couple of extra
points, gained 111 yards in 16 car carries
ries carries and blocked and tackled so
strongly that he was Dixie's delight.

Billy Maxwell Sets
SIghfx on $20,000
San Diego Open
HESPER1A, Calif. (UP) For Former
mer Former National Amateur champion
Billy Maxwell of Odessa, Tex.,
turned his sights on the $20,000
San Diego Open today after grab grab-hne
hne grab-hne too money in the $15,000 Hei-

piera Open in a dramatic last milk.

ute duel wim veteran uow rin rin-itrwald.
itrwald. rin-itrwald. Maxwell watched comfortable
x-'ke marrln dwindle away
Sunday as he shot his first over
par round of the tourney on the
opening nine while Fingterwald
was turning in a three-under-par
33. But Maxwell rallied on the
home stretch to win by fwo
strokes with a 67 -67 -67-7 275 that
was worth $2,000. Finsterwald
turned in a M48-72-C9-277 for
$1,500.
Doug Ford of Mahopae, N.Y.,
Arrold Palmer- of lAtrobe, Pa.,
and Ken Venturl of Saa Francisco
ended in a three-way tie for third
place, each collecting $1,033.33 for
cards of 279. :

But when the Blue Devils re resumed
sumed resumed practice the next Monday.
Eddie Rushton, a senior, was still
at left halfback. Carlton was
back with the second unit.
All business promptly ceases In
this area.
"We're Walking' In high cotton
with Carlton and here they keep
him second string," was the yelp
from people who still regard col college
lege college football as a crusade.
- Well-dressed alumni beean to

Jfrimb.Iebout, It, until Ace" Park Parker",
er", Parker", the ex-All-America who coach

ed the Blue Devil backs, snapped:
"Carlton is a train, don't make
any difference what track he runs

on.
The idea, of course, was to mur murder
der murder the opposition with a two-platoon
set-up featuring the sharp sharp-moving
moving sharp-moving Rushton on one unit and
Carlton on the other. But whether
Rushton came down with injuries,
Carlton took over. He scored one
and passed for the other and kick kicked
ed kicked both extra points to beat Mary Maryland,
land, Maryland, 14-0. )

Against Rice, he broke loose for
68 yards and a touchdown on the
first play, kicked the point, and
Duke won, 7-6.
As Parker says, "They all for forget
get forget he's only a junior. By the
time he's through, he'll be one of
the greatest players of all time
and I don't go around talking."
While all the hoopla first re regarding
garding regarding his talent, then having to
do with his status goes on about
him, the 20-year-old Carlton gets
up it 7:30 each morning, walks
out of the men's dorm for an 8:10
class and goes through the rest of
the day as quietly as he can.
Practice starts at 3:20, ends at
5:30 or 6 and after dinner, Wray
can be found in his room strug struggling
gling struggling with Latin or some other
subject. He is majoring in edu education
cation education and a foreign language is
his big foe.
' Otherwise, it takes an inquisi inquisition
tion inquisition to force more than nominal
answers from him.
"I come from Wallace, North
Car-ohJahna, sir," he says. "Only
a few thousand people live there.
No, I'm no farm boy. My father
is in the insurance business. I
played football at high school. It
was a Class A school. I never ex expected
pected expected to come along like I have
this year. I thought I'd be second
string to Eddie Rushton."
Carlton last season was used
primarily as a runner and a re

placement at tnat oy Duke, so

h& scared only three touchdowns.

At the start of this season, Mur

ray expected to use him the same

way. But Carlton's toe changed

the picture and he took over place-

Kicking and kickon duties, men
he began to do some passing and
now Murray plans to have him
do the punting.
He is a big, swift runner with
the kind of knee-action that raises
hob with tacklers. If he continues
to create half as much trouble with
opponents as alumni have caused
about his status, Duke should ne never
ver never be beaten.

UP Names Lopez, Hutchinson
Big League Managers of Year

SCORES

COSMOPOLITAN MIXED
LEAGUE STANDINGS

TEAM W L
Colonial Insurance 16 8
Abbatoir Naciomal 14 10

Tahiti Jewlers 14 10
Tivoli Motors 14 s 10

Colpan Motors 12 12

Tasco Batteries 10 14
APA 8 16

Spalding Dots 8 16

Spalding Deri 2
Colonial Insurance 1.
The cellar dwelling Spalding

Dots jumped up and surprised the

league leading Colonial Insurance

team as they won a close two pm
victory in the first game and
came back to win the third game
handily after losing the second
game.

George Kiley and .ionn BarDuor

led the Dots with 544 and 462 se

ries, wuma Kiiey ieo me gins

with a 386. For the Colonial In In-surancemen
surancemen In-surancemen it was two of the old
timers leading the way, Harry
Klumpp and John Vtoes with 492
and 474. Betty Coleman was the

Lbest of the fairer sex with a 396.

woipan miir
' Abbatoir Nacional 1
Ton itudv showed liis heels to

the rest of the league with the only

series over ww as ne un "-:
607 for the evening. His two games
of 213 and 204 were half the nights
total for games over 200 as the

nin iust would not topple over ior ;

the majority of the bowlers. Ber-1

nice Roberts and vi Kuoy aiso naa

good nights as they ended wuni
series of 462 and 447.

For the Abbatoir live tne Dig

slaughterer was Addie Coiciasure
as she had -the high series of the :
evening for the ladies. Her 492!
series included a game of '170

which was among the best ion

the evening. Mac Lane and tea

Albritton led the men W"h 528 and
503 series. H

Tivell Maters 2 Tahiti jewelers 1

. Bill Cnffev and Ted Schmidt did

most of the damage here at Tivoli
jumped back into a tie for second
place. Their series of 552 and 544
along with LH Gtmn's 454 was a
little too much for the split-hitting
jewelers. Substitute Don McKee
and Virgil Camby led the men with
511 and" 506 series. Marge Hicks
and Tbelma Cambr contributed

their share with 453 and 455 series.

APA 2 Tasco Batteries 1
Earliest and Dick Soyster led
the APA Flyers to their win onver
Tasco in the fight for the cellar
with the Spalding Dots. Their se series
ries series of 544 and 542 led the men
while Phyliss Best had another
of her better nights with a 389. For
the Tasco Batteries it was Ted
Melanson and Marge Rodgers all
the way. Ted had the night high
game of 214 while Marge finished
up with second high series for the
women. Their series were 523 and
473.
HIGH GAMES
MEN

Billy Coffey 279
Ted Melanson 246
Bud Balcer 238
WOMEN
Thelma Camby ??'
Lil Gunn 203!
Thelma Camby 2001
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NEW YORK, Oct. 29 (UP)
Fred Hutchinson and Al Lopez,
who guided the St. Louis Cardi

nals and Chicago White Sox to
second-jlace f 1 n i s h es, were
named managers of the year to today
day today in the annual United Press
poll.
The managers were honored
by two special committees of 24
writers each made up from the
eight cities in each circuit.
Hutchinson, 38, won the Na National
tional National League award for making
the Cardinals a surprise con contender
tender contender for the pennant and
keeping them- in the race until
the last two weeks. He gained
the honor with 16 votes from
the committee compared to seven
for Fred Haney of the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves and one for Bill Rlg Rlg-ney
ney Rlg-ney of the New York (San Fran Francisco)
cisco) Francisco) Giants.
Lopez, 49, was honored In
the American League because
he managed to keep the White
Sox obviously out-manned
by the New York Yankees a
strong contender until the last
three weeks of the campaign.
He got 12 votes compared to 10
for Paul Richards of the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Orioles and two for Ca Casey
sey Casey Stengel of the Yankees.
The second-place finish for the
Cardinala-waas'their- best since
1948 While that finish marked
the White Sox' best since 4920.
Both managers paid tribute to
their players in typically modest
fashion:
"This makes me very elated
and I express my gratitude to
United Press," said Hutchinson.
"It was very fortunate that I;
had the type of club that made I
this possible. It's a very fine
honor and I'm very surprised.
But next year I think the club
will do better.
"It's an honor and I appreel-
ate being picked,',' said Lopez. "I
wan t in thank everybody but I

rpallv didn't do the job. I think:

it was more the players than it1
was me -for the success that we
had. I still think we had a fine
hall club, if we can make a cou

ple of additions, we have a good
chance to go all the way next
year." j

Under Hutchinson, the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals made their strongest

bid for a pennant since 1949
and closed to within ZVt games
of the Milwaukee Braves as
late as Sept. 15. Hutchinson
displayed his all-around man managerial
agerial managerial ability by combining
elements of age and youth
such as 36-year-old Stan Mu Mu-sial
sial Mu-sial and 18-year-old Von Mc Mc-Daniel
Daniel Mc-Daniel Into a much stronger
contender that all but a few
pre-season analysts predicted.
Lopez, who never has finished
worse than second in 10 years
as a manager, kept the White
Sox pressing on the Yankees'
heels to such a degree that Sten

gel said the night the pennant
was clinched, "This one caused
me more worries than any oth other
er other and the reason is that Lopes
kept them hustling every min-
The 10 votes for Richards were
ute of the pennant race."
the reward for making the Orio Orioles
les Orioles perhaps the most Improved
team in either league. Picked as
a sixth or seventh place tea,m,
the Orioles finished fifth with a
76-76 record only one game be behind
hind behind the fourth-place Detroit
Tigers. In addition, the team
set a record of 80 consecutive er errorless
rorless errorless games.

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So It's Up to

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for them

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
Steer Clear Of
Medics Warn
NEW YORK, Oct. 29 (UP) The
American Cancer Society warned
today that the cancer patient who
turns in desperation to a quack is
condemning himself to certain
death.
"Whereai the medical doctor
nay he able to cure a cancer, the
quack can not," the society said
in a report made public at its an annual
nual annual meeting at the Park Sheraton
Hotel.

) t. Some 75,000 people died of can

cer last year who could have been
saved if they had consulted in
time and stayed with a competent
physician," the report said.
Thousands of cancer quacks, it
warned, have sprung up in this
country peddling remedies that
range from a "diet of pure grape
juice to sitting in a zink lined
pine box and accumulating 'or 'or-f
f 'or-f ones.'
The report said well meaning
but naive persons also contribute
to the misinformation about can cancer.
cer. cancer. A Pennsylvania woman wrote an
agency with this "cure" for can cancer:
cer: cancer: "Since blood is serving such
wonderful purpose, and cures
and preventives are coming out of
blood, I believe there is a cure and
preventive in the blood of a
FA ATOMIC

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MA5TER MIMD5 OF COLPAH MOTORS

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Before
NASH RAMBLER Tudor. $ 695.00
PLYMOUTH CRANBROOK,
4-Door, Sedan 1,100.00
PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN
DELUXE, 2-Door,
Hydromatic, Two Tone,
Seat Covers 950.00
PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN
DELUXE, 4-Door,
Hydromatic, Seat Covers 1,050.00
MERCURY, 4-Door, Sedan,
Radio, Seat Covers,
Two Tone 695.00
FORD, 4-door, Custom
Ford-O-Matic, Seat Covers,
Radio, Two Tone 1,500.00
FORD TUDOR, Radio,
Seat Covert, ww Seat Covers
just arrived
OLDSMOBILE "88" HARDTOP
Two Tone, Radio w, w . 875.00
HILLMAN MINX, 4-Door 900.00
BUICK,, 2-Door, Dynaflow,
Radio, Two Tone,
Leather Upholstery 1,350.00

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Girl Scout professional worker
for position executive director
Canal Zona Girl Scout Council.
Apply office Balboa.

Quack Cures'
Cancer Patients
crab. It must be taken through his
antennas."
But there is a drastic difference
between such persons and the
quacks who are out fqr a fast
buck, the report said. The quack
can kill and does.
"The seriousness of the quack
problem is indicated in a recent
report of medical doctors at Duke
University Medical S c h o o 1," it
said. "Two years ago the doctors
reported that upon completion of
a study of 64 cases referred to
their hospital after treatment by
quacks, a total of 27 who were lost
might have been saved if they had
been treated earlier. Ten who
were saved necessarily underwent
much more severe and radical
treatment than would have been
needed if it had been started .ear .earlier."
lier." .earlier." "The cancer quacks are clever
people, with millions of dollars at
their disposal (taken from their
unsuspecting victims) with which
to perpetrate and perpetuate their
frauds," the report said. "The
quacks periodically come out with
blasts that are strikingly news newsworthy
worthy newsworthy and hopeful to millions. In
every single case careful investi
gation Teveals that the new claims
are either fraudulent or prema premature."
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SERVICES
3-minute car wash $.1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bano, Trans-lsth
mian Highway near Sears.
WANTED TO BUY: -i- 25 cycle
refrigerator in good condition.
Balboa 2-1397.
WANTED: One blond Cocker
Spaniel, A. K. C. Reg. Call Colon
185.
WANTED: Chalet, 2 bed bed-rooms,
rooms, bed-rooms, residential sector. Phone
El Panama Hotel, room 617.
American couple desire com completely
pletely completely furnished one or two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Call 3-6941.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-ses.
ses. callous-ses. Ingrown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S'
Products
J. Ajmemena Ave. S3-4S
Tel. 3-2217
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Cameras
Bu.ii"
PANAMA o COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
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General Agent I
Gibraltar fl..tfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panamas t-0552
TRANSPORTS! BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2- 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
CHIROPRACTOR
Dr. GEBALDO S. LIM
East 34th St. No. 6-25
Across from the Lux Theater
Hours: 9 to 12 3 to 6
Tel. 3-3272 Panama
AMERICAN LIFE
INSURANCE CO.
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For military and civil service
personnel only in C.Z. write or
phone (or Information Phil Wel Welti
ti Welti rr, General Agent Phone 1 07M
Box 3114 Panama.
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Automobiles

FOR SALB: Tony's II Pario
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.
2-3716 or 2-3376.
FOR SALE: 1950 Humber 7
passenger sedan, duty paid. Call
Kobba 5241.
FOR SALE:I957 VW 4,000
miles. Excellent condition, $1, $1,-450.
450. $1,-450. Call 2-1695.
FOR SALE: Bargain. 1954 4 4-door
door 4-door Chevrolet station wagon,
30,000 miles, automatic shift,
push burton radio, now tailpipe,
battery and tubefess tires. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent paint fob, no markings,
perfect condition. $1400. Tel.
Balboa 6339.
FOR SALE: 1957 Buick
Special, 4 doors, brand new. Bar Bargain
gain Bargain price. For further informa information
tion information phone 3-0201.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Don't set
your clock by the appearance
of this Sunday feature an
Tuesday. The delays Is not
Tom's fault. We footed. But
until we goof again, which is
usually several times daily, you
can count on Tom's column as
a regular part of our Sunday
diet.
Did you knowf...That besper
tacled pianist-director Hugh A A-dams
dams A-dams who left for the U.S.A. se
veral days ago was succeeded as
Hlrarttfti- M tha Cf Aifhvief Anna. I
Episcopal Church Cfioir by former
deputy Alfredo Cragwell, i who at
one time was baton wield er of the
Gatun Glee Galxy.
Keen foresight and an interest
in charitable endeavors, brought
tribulo to Mrs. Enjth McLairte
Spence, last week, when she was
presented with wrist watch, dur during
ing during the tenth anniversary cele celebration
bration celebration elf the Junta Femenina.
Well done Nixyl,
Tht two-hour function held at at-the
the at-the El Panama was marked with
tha presentation Of a corsages
to past presidents of the group,
fine food and music and a gen genuinely
uinely genuinely social atmosphere, with
persons from the capital. Canal
Zone towns and Colon attending.
In honor of the Rev. and Mrs.
John Spear, a concert will be given
at the Paraiso Theater featuring
Miss Myrtle Green with Mrs. Lu
cille Forde as her accompanist.
Violinist Prof. Gilberto Perez is
also expected to take part in the
program. While over ou the Atlan
tic side Junior Arthurs and his
Beavers troupe are preparing for
an early November presentation.
Who done it?...Spanish-languia-
ge columnist GRV was at it again
this week, this time he commented
that members of the Panamanian Panamanian-West
West Panamanian-West Indian group were engaged
in sacrificing cows on behalf of
one of the persons now in trial
in connectron with the 1955 assa-si-
nation.
Such statements ideed are pre
judicial to thevinterest of the
group. However, if there do exist
any facts about this observation...
desist gentle people. ..desist.
Thpt made it' The Ga? Croon
ers signing group opened at the
El Panama...easy does it now....
cause you are really going places.
A note about perfumes.. .ahem6
for the ladies: "A scent should be
on a woman's wrist at least 15
minutes before she decides to buy
it, to give the alcohol time to eva
CHICKS
WHITE MALE
$6.00 per hundred
Phone 3-4514
VARNISH & PAINTS
OF FIRST QUALITY

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Girl's snowslut,
size 6. Mahogany child's youth
bed. Call 2-4173 Balboa A.
FOR SALE: We plan your par parties
ties parties anyhere. Try our .75 and
.90 cant luches, dinners 1.10
up. Tony's El Patio on 16 th
St. 15. Phone 36160.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 60
cycle, double best : complete,
apartment gat -stove, tebles
chain. $100, takes all. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 2870.
FOR SALE:- One KING tram tram-bone,
bone, tram-bone, excellent condition. Call
Balboa 1709.
FOR SALE: T. V. antenna
S5.00, 6 pe. bedroom set $70.
6 pc. livingroom set $65.00. Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 4174.
FOR SALE: Admiral radio-record
player, automatic. Perfect
condition, good price. Phone 2-0114.

HAppjy lives
AROUND TOWN
BY TOM

porate and the true fragance to
emerge, or so say perfume con connoisseur
noisseur connoisseur Anne Rousseau.
Vocational Incoming: Mrs. Eth
line English of Putmao Avenue,
Brooklyn, Nnw York, after an
absence) of 45 years, is here to
spend seme time with relatives
Miss Alice George, Former Isth Isth-mianito
mianito Isth-mianito came in from New York
a short sit with next of kin.
ftntonlnff- Unbelt Frlwards of Pa-
raiso, Canal Zone left. Sunday a.
ft. for Costa Rica, where he will
vacation with relatives for about
fiveweeks.
Vothsr time'a aprnlt Tfrnrdpd an
other year for personable beatician
Enid Cox of Colon....Newsmn L.
C. Joliffe and Herman Bayne.
Mim Hilda Jeamarie of Colon
was the winner of a singer sew sewing
ing sewing Machine during the "National
Sewing Week", which climaxed
last week.
It would be funny If It were
not true... But onii of the most
recently inaugurated "Boites" is
cultivating the habit of announc announcing
ing announcing shews nighly for given hours
and then wham...No showl
A word ctf advice fellas: In
order to strengthen the practices
essential te good business, it is
necossary to check this gripe
and seek corrrective measure.
tl,i .nil FUar II- An old Drofes-
hant. for chastis
ing' hie etudents after narading
more than half the ciass to the
blackboard, to determ-ne numDers
indicated thereon (only to trans transpose
pose transpose them in an effort to confuse
tkom ,nH catisfv his sadistic de
sire) was completely bewildered
when one of the lesser light in
the class indicated m ana remarn remarn-d
d remarn-d to the old bov: "I K. prof. Let's
see you change that!!!
Thought tor today: I expect to
pass through this world but onec.
China Nationalists
Routed By Burmese
In Border Skirmish
TtATSinnON Rnrma Oct. 29
(UP) Burmese army units were
reported today to have routed a
band of 50 Chinese1 Nationalist sol soldiers
diers soldiers in the China-Burma border
area, killing one and capturing
supplies and equipment.
A report from Lashio, in the
nnrtharn Shan states said the en
gagement took place Oct. 3 when
Rnrm armv units surnrised a
fhinecp ffrnun trvini! to cross
from Kenetune state to Wa state
in upper Burma.
The group was part of tne Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist Kuommtang forces that
ith rfnrinff the Red take
over in China and operated since
then in the Chinese-Burmese bor border
der border region.
The reports said the Chinese
were taken by surprise when a
force of three Burmese platoons
opened fire. The Chinese fled,
leaving behind one dead soldier
and 16 mules, seven loaded with
supplies.

GLIDDEII PANAMA, 5. A.

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Phone 3-7711 y 3-7712

Home Articles

FOR SALE: Almost new In In-tarnations!
tarnations! In-tarnations! Harvest 9 cf. refri refrigerator.
gerator. refrigerator. Rattan couch with
foam rubber mattress. Single
bed. LEAVING THE COUNTRY.
Tel 3-5583.
FOR SALE: Food for parties,
pastries and cakes te order.
Lunches .75 and .90, dinners I.-
10 up. Tony's, El Patio 36th St.
No. 15. Reservations 3-6160.
FOR SALE: 8 cu, ft. 60 cycle
Frigidaire, deep freeie, 1 five
stand Rattan 2pc., choice)
lounge, 2 moss green 9x12
Dutch sisal and 1 12x14 nat.
hemp. sq. rugs, I 60 cy. Ig.
Westinghouse Powerair electric
fan, 1 4sec. book case, 1 ma mahogany
hogany mahogany db. bed, springs and
Simmons mat., and 3 ap. record
player. Tel 08-412 Ft. Gulich.
Any good therefore, that I can do
or any kindness that I can show
to any fellow creature, let me
do it riqw. Let me not defer or
neglect it, for I shall not pass
again this way' Anonymous.
Bye Now! :
Peace Possible Only
Adenauer Declares
Through Sacrifices,
BONNGerinanT. Oct 29 tlP'J
Chancellor Konrad vAde auer
warned today that eWorld peace
could only be maintained it, the
free world was. prepared to make
considerable 'sacrifices, -v:-,:'
He charged the Soviet Union with
being the "sole decisive, political-
iy auu uumaniy agxreasive -.pow
I i j,sj. .
er in trie enure Eastern sphere."
In a full-dress declaration in the
Lower House (Bundestag), setting
forth his new government's policy
for the next four years, the 81 81-year
year 81-year leader called on the free
nations of the West to unite under
the leadership of the United States.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United Statea District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Kenneth L. Walton, Plaintiff vs. Ella
LoulaeWalton, Defendant Summons Case
No. 4595 Civil Docket 31 Action for
Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled eetlon within ninety days
after the first publication.
In cue of your failure to so appear
and answer, Judgment 'Will be taken a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United State District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this October 2, 1957.
C. T. McCormlck, Jr.
Clerk v.
(Seal)
By Marian -IV Bowea
i Deputy Clerk
To Ella Louise Walton
The foregoing summons Is served, up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated October M, 1957, and en entered
tered entered and filed in this action in the
office of the Clerk of said United States
District Court for the Division of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, on October ?4. J957. sr
' C. T..McCernrIck,,Jr.
Clerk
By Marian D. Bewesf
Deputy Clerk
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Resorts

PHILLIPS Ocoanslde Cottages
(ante Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. de P. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
baacb house, one mile past Cs Cs-sino.
sino. Cs-sino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Trim, Balboa 1622.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Space for office.
Compania de Seguro building in
Campo Alagre. Air conditioned,
elevator, cleanerman, big space
for parking 26 M2. Tel 3-0136.
FOR RENT: Commercial site,
magnificent location on Juste
Arosemena Avenue No. 37-11.
Can be reconditioned te your
taste. For information phone 3 3-0294.
0294. 3-0294. Weeks days 2-2341.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished housekeeping room,
double coach, refrigerator, stove,
private bath and entrance. Tel.
3-0638 No. 3. 52nd street.
Houses
FOR RENTi Completely fur furnished
nished furnished concrete chalet, 2 bedf bedf-rooms,
rooms, bedf-rooms, hot water. Road facing
Paitilla Airfield No: 109. Cell 3 3-0553.
0553. 3-0553. FOR RENT: Furnished two
bedroom chalet, good for one
or two couples. With Frigidaire,
stove, etc. Tel. 3-2930 or I I-5340.
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4 Bunyan
I Dickens'
Character
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2 Eve's spouse
3 Apple
4 Histories
8 Pain
8 Muse of
astronomy
f Support
8 Condescend
9 Russian city
10 Get up
11 Book of Bible
17 Small beard
19 Crown -23
Circles
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Cantor's wife
1J "God's Little
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14-. the Red,
, Norse
navigator
15 Moccasin
18 Hairiest
18, Enamored
20 Eyes
uggettively
21 City in
Yugoslavia
22 Persia
24 Rescue
29 Revise
J Revise
26
vengeance
H Bristle
28 Anticipate
27 High (music)
30 Worshiper
32 Closer
34 Face
39 Sign of the
zodiac
38 Anglo-Saxon
letter
37 Knocks
39 Sad cry
40 Lap dog
41 Bother
42 Splendor
48 Italian lady
40 Interpret
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82 Title
83 Arabian gulf
84 Superlative
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86 Impudent
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- Hunt him down..; shoot hint down.. or else you'll
never live it down! The story of Chad Moran whose course
Cut the bis; lBd down te else. See Alan Lndd, V irginia. Maye
and Edmond O'Brien TOMOBROW AT THE IXX. in the
production THE BIG LAND in .Technicolor.

Apartments

ATTINTICN. O. I.! Jo hum
modem furaished spartieients,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Cool furnished
apartment to couple without
without children, $65.00. Via
Porras No. 120, beside Roosevelt
Theatre. Overlooking SAS Com Commissary.
missary. Commissary. Phone 3-5024.
TOR RENT! EL CANGREJO
THREE BEDROOM APART APARTMENT.
MENT. APARTMENT. COOL AND SPACIOUS,
AVAILABLE SOON. PHONE 3 3-7105.
7105. 3-7105. FOR RENTi2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, maid's teem, hot water.
Juste Arosemena No. 37-11.
Inquire 37th street No. 4-23.
FOR RENTtspace Tony's El Pa-
no jorn sr. No. 15. lunch .75
and .90, lunch dinners 1.10 up.
Phone 3-6160.
FOR RENT; One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment over Panama
Auto, Autemibile Row. $75,
monthly, telephone Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apart-men
men apart-men across Panama Hotel. Apply
Via Espana No. 106 Apartment
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
kitchen, maid's room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage. Alberto Navarre
erreet No. 53. El Ceng re jo.
Phone 2-0850.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment. Best residential sec section.
tion. section. Near bus stops. 43 rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT: Army inspected,
furnished one-bedroom, kirchln kirchln-ette.
ette. kirchln-ette. Across Ancen bus stop.
Phone 2-2081,
FOR RENT:' Z bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
independent service. 86th street
east No. 6,' San Francisco, near
Roosevelt Theatre.
:POR RtNTV bedroom apart-
ment, furnished, Gl Inspected,
'ground floor ;70.00, Joe de
"fabrcq.. Avenue Ne. 10, Peia Peia-i
i Peia-i dena, Phone 1-241 J.
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28 Singer,
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29 Baseball's
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33 With force
41 Volcano in
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43 Bird's crop
44 "The Little
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46 Passage in the
brain
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47 Skin disorder
48 Window parts 48 Poker stake
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1957

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Panama Averts Whitewash
In Last Game of Series
ByM. J. HARRISON Jr.
Wondrous Willie Mays' "yer out-yer safe" theft of
home in the fourth inning of'the game won by the Mays
Stars 2-1 last night still had Isthmian fans wondering
today how the contest would have ended if plate umpire
Leonard "Yacca" Roberts had stuck to his original "out"
call instead of changing to "safe" with the explanation
that catcher Marcos Cobos dropped the ball before the
play was completed.
Elongated Connie Johnson bested Humberto Robinson
in a pitchers' duel that made last night's finale the most
exciting of the Stars' three-game series with Panama at
the National Stadium.

WILLIE THE WHIZ Fleetfooted Willie Mays beats the sec second
ond second baseman's throw to first for a single in the sixth inning
of last night's game which the Stars won from Panama 2-1.

Johnson, the No. 1 starting,

hurler on the pitching stall oi
the Baltimore Orioles, permitted
six hits, struck out four batters
and also gave up the only run
scored bv Panama which had

been shutout for 25 innings of

series play before the lone tally
in last night's sixth Inning.

Willie s wizards won 3-o on

Saturday and 2-0 on Sunday to
sweep the series.

Robby, the sidearming fttylist
who has vowed to stick with

the Milwaukee Braves In 1958,

was his usual brilliant sell as
he limited the invaders to

seven safeties, one of them a
damaging bases-empty homer
to Harry (Suitcase) Simpson
in the top of the si tth inning.
The admittedly weak-hitting

righthander, who invariably gets
himself about only two hits or

so every Pro League season, lash

ed a solid single last night and

crossed the plate later with Pan Panama's
ama's Panama's marker.
Mays, who had two hits, walk

ed In the fourth after Simpson

had been retired on a roller to

second. Willie took a long lead
at first and streaked around
to third on Wes Covington's
single to right field.

JUMPIN' JOSEPH Panama second baseman Joseph. Clarke, wlfo came in to play for Alon Alon-so
so Alon-so Brathwaite in the ninth inning, noses out the ball (seen between his legs) on their way 'to
first as Jim Pendleton stretches in vain for the apple thailaajly rolled In the dirt Clarke

who imcuii,cu wiliXI a Single.
afternoon, were all in danger
of getting writer's cramp from
signing so many autographs
before the game got underway.

Hardly an autograph hunter

was turned down by any of the
players and they made a bie hit

After Elston Howard got a free, with everybody all around.

' IN THE STRETCH 4- First basema.n Jim Pendleton, stretches as he waits for the ball to ar ar-,trlie
,trlie ar-,trlie aheadiof Panama lef t, fielder He,ny:; Mitchell, who grounded out to the third, baseman.

pass to load tne sacks, George

Crowe popped up to third for
the second out.
With Jim Pendleton at the
plate Willie, who has led the

majors in stolen bases for the
last two seasons with 38: pilfers
both years, came dashing in to

tne piate

Robinson's throw to Cobos was
In time and as the catcher made

the tag on the sliding Willie

PvOberts' arm went up Indicating

the "out" sign.
While still in the dirt, Mars
was seen to gesture excitedly
as if pointing oiilt something to
the arbiter, who suddenly gave
the hands-down "safe" sign as

the fleet-footed Mays, picked
himself up, brushed himself
off and trotted to the dugout
leaving an irate Chesterfield
team arguing vociferously with
. Roberts. ;

In the meantime Covington

who had moved over to third

tried to come home also hut this

time there was no confusion as

Cobos tagged him" for the third

out.

Roberts said after the earn

that he changed his call when

he "saw the ball under the
catcher's leg."

"He tried to double himself

over the ball to hide it," Yacca
explained, "but he wasn't foolin'
me. He definitely dropped It be

fore tne play was completed."
Cobos insisted angrily after the

contest that he never dropped
the ball. "Roberts let Mays put

something ever him," the re retriever
triever retriever maintained. "I guess he
was afraid to argue with the I
great Willie Mays." i

PRICES: .75 .40
LAST DAY
2:35, 4:30, 6:35, 9:00 p.m.

-TOU'LL LOVE THROUGH EVERY MOMENT OF IT!

GARY GRANT

DEBORAH KERR

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m AFFAIR TO
REMEMBER

Sam TOMORROW!

OUT OF THE FIERY FILMING IN THE CARIBBEAN
OF THEIR EXPLOSIVE STORY COMES A

PICTURE OF BIO AND BURNING EXCITEMENT 1

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THAT'S THE STYLE First baseman Jim Pendleton makes a stylish play as he retires
Panama cftnterfielder Ed Napoleon in the seventh inning on a throw from the third baseman.

American Products
To Be Introduced
To Russia In 1958

NEW YORK, Oct. 29 (UP) Rus

sians will get a chance lo examine

rthe fruits of American know-how
'for themselves next summer at a
U.S. (rade fair in Moscow. The

exposition will feature Ihe appli

ances which are familiar to mil

lions of Americans.

The American agricultural and

industrial fair, the first such dis

play in the 40 year h'Stnry of the

Russian Communist regime, will

be held in Moscow's famous Gorki
Park, on the bank of the Moskva
River, from Aug. f through, 31.

Approval has been granted by

both the U.S. and Russian govern governments
ments governments to American Abroad Associ

ates, Inc. a new trmle manage management
ment management firm formed especially to
manage the Moscow fair. The

agreements came after more than

Vi years of negotiations

American Abroad Associates

will construct four large buildings

JThere will be a total of 250,000

square feet of indoor and outdoor
displav space, which will be sold

ho exhibitors.

The agricultural displays will In-

Iklude the latest in farm equip

ment, including automatic milking
machines, tractors and other de devices
vices devices that ease the burdens of U.S.

farmers.

All kinds of household gadgets

used in millions of American

homes will be introduced to Rus

sia housewives.
The full list of displays has not

been completed yet. Among the

attractions will be nn AmeHnn-

style cafeteria covering l.uoo

square feet and equipped to serve
strictly American dishes to 20,000

persons every day.

There will be Hollywood movies

nnd the showing oi the latest Kew

If not for that disputed run,
the game would, have gone Into

extra innings tied up at one-all.

Simpson's roundtripper over
the fence in left field in the

sixth made the score 2-0 and the
locals came to within a run of
tying it up in the lower half

of the same frame when Robin

son singled over the head of the

leaping shortstop Gene Baker,
advanced to second on Manito
Bernard's hit, moved to third on
Alonso Brathwaite's sacrifice I

and came home on Moore's
blooper single to right.
Stanley Arthur took over In
the ninth to finish on the mound
for Panama.
The visitors, who leave for
the West Coast early tomorrow

Among the you.ngs.ters in the
dugout mingling with the stars
were two Ecuadorean boys who

made the trip from their home homeland
land homeland specially to take In the series.

The only members of the tour touring
ing touring group who did not see ac action
tion action in the series were Infielder Infielder-outfielder
outfielder Infielder-outfielder AI Smith of the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, and Panamanian
lefty Vlbert Clarke.

Smith twisted an ankle pain painfully
fully painfully in the last game the barn
stormers played in Managua, Ni

caragua, and Clarke, wh'o joined

the team in Miami before it flew

to Managua, and Panama, was

not called on for mound duty.
Clarke will remain in Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, but his countryman Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, who has traveled with the
' Stars since their tour began
' pver two weeks ago will jour journey
ney journey to California1 ; tomorrow
'with:-the group. :,f
Robby got special permission
to. pitch for Panama against
his mates.
Cleveland second baseman

3obby Avila, the third Latin

American' with Millie's whizzes,

left for his Mexico City home

this morning.

An estimated i6,uoo persons

saw tne series which was orean

ized by physical education direc

tor Gil Gonzalo Garrido.

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SUITCASE HARRY HOMERS Harry (Suitcase) Simpson,,
right fielder of the Willie Mays All-Stars, is tongratulatel.by
centerfielder Mays (24) and batboy as Harry crosses the plat
after hitting a homerun over the left field fence in the sixth
inning of last night's game to put the visitors ahead 2-6.

CATCH IT, CLARENCE I Pan

ama third baseman Clarence
Moore takes a popup off the
bat of short stoD Gene Baker

in foul territory in, the ninth

inning, n ;

Accident May Cause
Closing Of British
A-Research Station

? LONDON, Oct. 29 (UP) Brit

ain s atomic research, station at
Windscale may be close d own
shortly as an indirect result of

the accident .this month in which

radio-active waste was sprayed o o-ver
ver o-ver a wide area of the surround surrounding
ing surrounding countryside.

'Informed sources said todav that

the Commission of Enquiry, which
has' beeii: investigating : $he acci accident
dent accident and will present its rnort to

Parliament this, week, may rec-

ommena mat tne plant, oe allow allowed.
ed. allowed. to close down for good shortly.
New techniques of atomicower
are, making Windscale obsolete,
the, sources said, -and th commit committee
tee committee itaay recommend that' the pro process,
cess, process, of closing 4owa the plant be

li m

Vou con sove yourself a lot of

trouble by not borrowing ony.

Weather Or Not
This weather report for the

24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared bv the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrograph'fc
Branch of the Panama- Canal
Company:

- Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:

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ELMS HOLDS ON TIGHT
First baseman Ellas Osorio
takes a foul popup off second
baseman Bobby A Vila's bat for
- the Unt out of the game.

High 84 83
Low 74 76
HUMIDITY:
High 94 95
Low '. 69 80
WIND:
(max. mph) t S-8 NW-16
RAIN (inches) .05 .21
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 83 82
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30
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