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'. HOMEWARD and
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Unikd Fund Agencies
1. American Red
-, The local chapter of Amerl Amerl-Mn
Mn Amerl-Mn rmii has ut t n;t-
' health, welfare and education
al programs unsurpassed In
cone and stands ready to
serve the community In an
' emergency1, f Day-to-day- Red
Cross work in the Canal Zone
includes such diversified actlv.
ties as organization and super super-s':
s': super-s': vision of Grey Ladies at our
hospitals,' operations of the
Home Service Committee, who
last year., rendered financial
assistance to 3,837 Canal Zone
servicemen, veterans andf civil
ians- continuation or me vital
First Aid instruction program;
disaster relief participation;
c 4he water safety program at
ti'1 t 1 1 ii i.i.ii i
pools; conduct of konif,urs konif,urs-fhf
fhf konif,urs-fhf courses; cooperation with
the Canal Zone Government in
the Blood Bank program; and
Operation of the Junior Red
Cross program at, all'.,. Canal
Zone Schools. ;
For an Error
i There seem W have been an er error
ror error Jm a fielder today In ,the US
to Panama, irelay, of a ;icuffed-up
;.iaju,:!tne juptei aaipop :
"Si, .Ifarlhis'5 scorer""i(j ryiihdi-'
catea 10, wnicn neiacr .tne error is
' to" beJcharEed.1 That ball dropped
Thire -ii'aif fcOHiina'itht'
ico.uooard f Ki.i''whd -"will.
icnaig tor the hatel bilf jf any
" kUAwng oowfi 4n' tna- Hotet
4;Whin0ton front toiiisht 4 :
'.to, if ; Presjdencia tremony thjl
jnouuing tne umted states SM-mat-
iui$L.tnce wiui M XM ireaiy, -tf.
t UtdMM ttoiiaia, ana 40ciiiaiia tn
'; fiutkida-'-' Canai; .u'Om xiU'uier; ..c re
. iutt.isiouit.y k iior inaflaBinit me
I auw so tar. as count oe learneja
, Baiij uus aUitiilouift'auaiii.i Uas
uiiue uo atrao'fimtMl ;or tne 0-
pbiaiiuu "kiui 'jnanasaMR OL .tn
;i ; tt is senerah iisumed --"the.
pteiti.Zuiiui.: iyiui'-aii!, now.il
s was any jouy kuess wao
heiiU ana-or casit regisuer.;
ioe wa.u Oi, tne ;empioyea,.ap.
tf peaiea jequauy vague .!
: I A (pcr wake was fchadwlad
v by the Panama Canal in t H :
f trin or a nnar luniMwi at the
Washington ; today r with Gov.'
Wtiiianf Tartar and other tttgh
; Officiaia leading .what looked like
.. a iiirtiiy .oirorr -to ctean out tha
if tcabox tu.ort the. "paxt jmanigt-'
. HMm taice ever. Lr;."-. "" M :
, ,;,) At today's Presidentu. ceremo ceremo-n,
n, ceremo-n, ainuassaaor Juuan r Harr
tingioii ana Manama's loreign nun-
' istuf AquiimovUoyd aligned tha do document",
cument", document", concerning tne ."transier
tn owjersnip of r'acific-side pro-
p.tie&, including some tracts on
iaixj tsianu, ana i ,ni u iuion
ioimerly reserved for the VS.
I., n.f-'r?--' :.-.-..r ,-.;:v
'lx Potter and Panama finance
J mtjister Gilberio Ana sighedf a
j -oee transferring 1 Panama the
Hue to certain properties in Coion
; used .for the operation of the Ca--;
na', ana a supptraenieatary agree-
meat concerning equipment and
supplies in the Hotel washingcon.
some of. tha property has been
useu by the Manama Ckaal Com Com-;
; Com-; pany of Ha predecessor, the Pana Pana--
- Pana-- ma Sailroau Company for. .more
; than 100 years. .
A. schedule hat been', arranged
far the transfer tt fl n-rti.. i
- enumerateo i h Urh
. those transferred todav conatauti
the initial operation.
Tha Trail y and ManMrandom
f Un-ta-stanrfinss Rtactod pre.
tt.it for a gracwal wtthdrawal
by the Fanama Can Camaiir
and the Caaal Zap fcyrnmtirt
frent additional preparties in Co Colon,
lon, Colon, which include n root of
the ratidantia) imti and
tmtniary and high acliaal In
Now Cristobal, oa oorablo
parrs f tho eroaa coat to be
The Panama Railroad Yard In
the City of Panama is scheduled
for transfer as soon as suDsutute
facilities can be provi.rj, ri iVar. It firs rot hem announce-" 1
expected to 1-ke r'sie on or abou!
May 31 IT'S.
to DteJOS AIHES
P anama t-0975 V Colon 7I s
A Frankenstein with a
Attorney Francisco Alvarado's description of alleged assas assassin.
sin. assassin. Ruben 0. Miro today.
In his address to the
as a bold and unscrupulous
intimidated into confessing
President Jose Remon at Juan Franco racetrack Jan. 2,
Miro and others of .the
eel; that Confessions wr extracted from them under ths.
threat of the "truth drug" pentothal, or threats that their
families would b arrested. The defense has used the word
torturs" in reference to these threats.
S Miro, upon whom Alvarado's address has focussed
thus far, can draw a maximum of 35 years in jail if con convicted,
victed, convicted, '.
Alvarado cut into his speech
this morning to give the iury a
playback of a tape recording of
Miro's confession as it was made
on the night of .Tan. 12, 1955, ten
days after the shooting.
It Is largely on this confession
that the prosecution has built
' Miro, both at the trial and pre
viously, has repudiated the con
fession. He told the I Jury at the
weekend that he deliberately
made It so ridiculous-that no se
rious Investigator .would five .-t
it x j nrjtt
if If Qifr entire p-ecordiogior the
confession Is tq he played, with
Alvarado j breaking .'in now and.
then "With observatlona to the
Jury, this stage t)f the trial will
pecupy the remainder f "tdday'a
session, u ,?r:. t i
The contents of the tape have
previously been disclosed fully in
the documentary testimony be-
tore tne court.? : ; ..
The prosecuting: attorney a a-gain
gain a-gain this morainr, at he did
last night, said Miro's motive
for assassinating Remon was
the desperate need to recuper recuperate
ate recuperate his second wife's fortune
which he had squandered en
the horses and on fast living.
Another inotive he said vtt
the fact that 'Miro's "split ner-
sonality wai hurt," because de despite
spite despite what he had done for a
candidate fivored b. 'Remon'
during the 1952 elections the on only
ly only thln hefgot out of it was an
appointment Us Public Defender
of the clrciit, courts, "fV : ?'
Aivaraaorinsisiea several, times
that ft man lHri Mlrn "mulH nnf
fbe intimidated" and lie asserted
that all the other defendanta
are "victinSv of that Franken
stein," indicating Miro;
The prosecutor told the court
that the .alleged gunman used
fraud and forged slenatures in
April, 1951, to get a divorce from
the first wife he married on Nov.
22,, 1943, because the Judge whose
signature appears on $he divorce
document was on vacation on
the date the divorce was alleged allegedly
ly allegedly granted - jV-"! j 1
Maedalefta Wrt- fn vrl
er tne same year
in. a church
Alvarado said that r ilthnimh
his first iif nrt pAin
in March. il955.. Miro is still u.
gaily marrled.to her. 4 j i
The nrosecutor made mention
of the act hat Miro and his still-nonchalant Miro's court-co-defendant,
ex-cadet Luis n lrnom mil na "ironic and lP.r.
Hernandez, n Hid the murder
CatmfeUnmatchaBle r Weightless Answer
By ooc outee
NEW YORK fVR) -Well, what
" onna -no, ra me lace Of
nPPeningi hut- just sit
bere and, eye thevtenith. which
a-beep wita a niad whrrl of sat-
e'lites, both dogged. 'and unciogged
My cat, a long. haired gent
famed Adam Hemingway Quigg,
rs oeeo paoaingv arouna, witn a
. . ,i. -. ' becoming ; weighUess in -space,
t nccat look on ma puss. Here it since he has always been depen depen-is
is depen-is "National Cat Wert." a time vent on gravity to hold him, and
Jwben felines world (and -other- b food, down. .-w i
wor d)- wide should' be meowing ; This weightlessness weuld be
tip a storm. i somewhat comarable". with the
.- f relight of reaching the top oi a
V National Cat Week-and what .springboard dive, or the top O
haDDeni? A thasrv dos soes un Uie arc on the tardea swing not
uove the world higher than
body, ar.d may even .become a
l.xiure f bevs u', lia a:
"iclh,r 'i r
rred itr the aur.nment but.
"Let the people know the truth and thecouniry is safe" Abraham Lincoln
split personality was District
jury, Alvarado pictured Miro
individual who could not be
to the machinegunnine of
seven defendants have claim-
weapon in Mrs. Rovira Miro's
home on Jan. 4, 1955, two days
after the assassination, and that
Miro sent mechanic Alfonso F.
Hyams to her home to e;et him
a change of clothes after the
pair came back from Juan Fran
co racetrack after the shooting
Alvarado said he himself
went to Mrs. Rovira Miro's
home several days later and
retrieved the suitcase that Mi Miro
ro Miro and Hernandei had taken
there and placed under her
Alvarado told the lurv im.fll'lB-
,lr"beliees that -when Miro and
former Cadet, Jose Edgardo Te
Jada, antitherof the. accused,
went to sdetendant' BOdolfo St.
Malo's office three days after
the assassination to discuss the
appointment of Miro to the cab cabinet
inet cabinet posfc'of Minister of Govern Government
ment Government and Justice, that Miro
"would have killed Guizado too
If he didsnot liye up to his prom promise."
ise." promise." T'
Jose Ramon. Guizadof who suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded Remon as President, was
impeached and convicted by the
National Assembly as' Miro's ac accessory
cessory accessory in the assassination plot.
List -nirht Alvarado read
statements and other docu documents
ments documents aiming to prove that Mi Mirer
rer Mirer had obtained control Of his
wife and son's properties by
fraud; thrrt he sold or mort mortgaged
gaged mortgaged the properties in ques ques-.
. ques-. tion for over $73,000 : during
1954, and, had only $4.99 in his
bank ; account by! the end of,
that year. .-.'
Today Alvarado also recalled
that statements by Miro to the
effect that h, walked into the
Presidenda "in 1954 "like Pedro
into his own home" to get a
note from -'Chichi" (the late
President Remon) were com completely
pletely completely .jdsft.'.f;
Alvarado said this note in ques question
tion question was obtained by then Coun Councilman
cilman Councilman Alberto Sitton, who had
guaranteed a loan received by
The prosecutor-, played upon
"e emouons vi U1C jury ny
niamlner MIrO' for malclny nr-
phans out of the children of Jo-
se"M. Peralta, -who was killed at
the Juan Franco racetrack along
Z f i
wlln president itemon. Aivaraao
AtvaraAA hn Hn.i-r'iK.H tho
Ina 'V I
he 'Js certainly
navmg ms aay.
COSMIC CAT' NAP
. - u "!
Cats of the world arise! I use
have risen;, they will 'orbit with
an aplomb : unmatchaoie. 1 nere jgive you Ore cat 'Other breeds
ba been some worrying in print psyches may run amuck in grav-about'-how
man wiil react when iy-shorn space. Men may scream
his soace-travel day arrives to
any-'roina up and not coming down
tnd just stay uig afloat there witn
ven your rair stanaing
;y on end.
i e flucsl'on l., wnl win ii ao
to the psvche of man and dog
AN INDEPENDENT HEA DA,ly NEWSPAPER
PANAMA, R. PW THCRSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1957
Talks With RP,
vGen. L. J. Sverdrup, member of
the St. Louis, Missouri, firm of
Sverdrup and Parcel, Inc. which
will design the high level bridge
over the Canal, concluded a se
ries of conference with officials
in Panama and the Canal Zone
He was scheduled to leave by
plae 'early today morning to
return to the States afler a three-
day visit to the Isthmus.
He conferred yesterday with Ro
berto Lopez Fabrega Panama's
Minister of Public Works. Accom
panied by Lieutenant Governor
Hugh A. Arnold and Paul M Run
n'estrand, Executive Secretary, he
called yesterday morning at the
office of Minister Lopez for pre preliminary
liminary preliminary discussion on the loca
tion of the bridge approach which
will end at or near the Canal Zone
Th four officials sxchangod
viaws on various aspects of tha
bridge dasign with special at
tantien to tho location of tha
ait approach which will e e-commodate
commodate e-commodate the flow of traffic
from Panama City.
The conference yesterday with
the Minister of Public Works pro
vided; a foundation for a series
of conferences which Gem Sver
tirarT!ihd Calll.effiri4trxpatt to
noia witn Manama oujciais ounng
me course m me aeaign -worx,---,
The firm of Syerdrup and Par
eel, Ipe,, is one of the outstand
ing bridge designing firms in the
United fctates and na won many
national .awards for designs of
bridge pyek, the Mississippi and
Missouri RiyerThe firm is also
well known, locally,; having de-
gned the swing spaa bridge over
Sverdrup and, Parcel wasselect-
ed last month by the Board of
Directors of the Panama Canal
Company to design the bridge over
the Pacific end of the Canal which
will cost an estimated $20,000,000.
' .. ,, -'!)
Tho projocT ts' the biggest sirv
glo job undartakan by tho Ca Canal
nal Canal organisatioiff sine tho con$ con$-truction'
truction' con$-truction' of thai1 walarway with
tha VixMption of tho Third Locks'
The contract for the design
work was given final, approval this
wekk upon tha return of Gov,
W. E. Potter.-
' During Gn,MSyerdnip, ; visit
here he held' hiimerous conferen conferences
ces conferences with Canal officials and en en-gineers
gineers en-gineers and personally visited the
proposed alignment of the bridge,-
At Wesley Church
On Sunday, the day appoint
ed by Queen Elizabeth, as
Armistice Sunday, a special
service of remembrance will be
held at the Wesleyan Methodist
Church IBritishi Conference),
at 9 a.m. t v
Special pews; are' being re
served for;-British ex-servicemen,
an anneuhcement from
the British Embassy.
accustomed since the' beginning
to havmg their buuions planted
firmly on the grouftd to find
their feet planted in nothing
iwnauoever out just waving
In this clutch. f nothingness, 1
auu -uug ,i -wnaxever moons
cnance to be passing. .But the cat,
in space, will merely -yawn, float
over onto Its. back, and catch an-
In its waking hours, it will st
nonchanty about 'addine more
planks to the space platform', or
araming up notes .punctures in
! bull by whizang motet of
I roust. O. all our creature, the
r i is isfcroni in memai amiiiy
to meet, the f hal cnge. You know
Busy Diesel Generators Stop Short
As Hydro-Electric Plants Take Over
Orders went out today to close
down all three diesel power sta
tions of the Panama Canal Com-
kpany except to generate power
to meet peaK loaus or tor emer
f witn more man iu incnes oi
ri'inf all oh the Atlantic side m
the 24-hour period up to 6 a.
todayj more than enough water
isnow avauaoie in uaiun ana
Madden Lakes to generate the
Canal's power needs at the two
Allihree diesel stations Miraiio-
res and Cocoli on the Pacific side,
nri Acrna Clara on the Atlan
tic side have been in steady ope-1
ration since last March 15. the
Miraflores Diesel station has been
operated on a .24-hour basis most
of the, time, $
Ordart wort iisuod only one
day ago to ceaie operations at
th Agua Clara plant because
of the racent rift of Catun Lata.
The diesel generating plants
have been used more this year
than ever before because of the
abnormal dry wather. Until the
flood stfuck the Atlantic side of
the Isthmus last night, both Mad-
For lladeau's Death
manslaughter .fv.Georgi; F. a-
deau, a Lansi one 'pom-vm"",
was bound over forlal in U.S.
District Court at Ancon. Wadeau
died as a result of injuries sus sustained
tained sustained in a motorcycle accident
on Gauiard Hignway.
'Probable cause against the'
fendant. John Archibold,
found Vesterday afternoon in B
boa Magistrates toun, wnere
bail of $500 was set.
The 26-year-old defendant is free
on bail. Attorney wooarow ne
Castro made his appearance on
behalf Of Archibold.
The charee of involuntary man
slaughter lodged against the driv
er wine -car wnicn aiueswiycu
Nadean's motorcycle on Oct. .31,
specifies that Archibold drove his
car'hr a reckless manner, turning
from, a direct course on the high
ways without giving a proper' sig signaland
naland signaland withoMirst ascertaining
that he comvaaKe me move aaie
Nadeau, who was riding his mo
torcycle in the same direction as
Archibold's car was on patrol du
ty at the time the accident occur occurred
red occurred at 7:50 a.m.
The .felony is punishable by ei
ther a maximum of ten years in
the penitentiary, or, at tne ois
cretion of the court, by a one
year jail sentence or a fi"e of
$1,000, of both.
CZ School kids Must Show
All Teeth In Dental Survey
A dental survey of all children
in the second, fourth and eight
grades in the Canal Zone 'schools
will.begiii" tomorrow, is was an announced
nounced announced at Balboa Heights.
The survey will be conducted by
the Health Bureau in Coodina-
darfl well that it has. exhibited
out-of-this world detachment lor
v Mv cat eets so detached from
tais surroundings that be thinks he
is 'not anywhere at all. In this
cat-nirvana mood, he is likely as
not to walk right off a table, in
complete disdain of the force of
gravity, like a creature in a Dis
ney movie. i:
The "'United States has -Ven
sending up monkeys and mice in
rockets i for space flight tests.
They: seem to have come through
with wits un scattered, u mice can
do it, so can men. And when man
goes, he'll need a calm companion
that just can t be cornered by
environment, stun or vacuum,
w'irung about him.
' Cenuemea and ladies, let vs
sa iure. on this, his week, the
! noble cat, ideal space, pet. May
last .-- across tne iight-
den andGatun Lake levels had
been far below normal for most
of the year.
With the sudden rise of Gatun
Lake nearly three-quarters of a
foot last night, it became neces necessary
sary necessary to open four spillway gates
to control the water level a con
dition deamed of for the pa
few months by many Canal peo
ple concerned with the waterway s
operation and power generation.
Tha amount of power gena gena-rattd
rattd gena-rattd this yar by tho' Canal
Company's auxiliary plants is
mora than double that of any
Approximately 50.0d0.000 KWH
has been produced by the three
auxiliary stations at Agua Clara
Cocoli, -and Miraflores. The pre
vious record of 21,000,000 KWH
was generated in 1949.
There have been only three
years in the past ten in which it
was necessary to augment the hy hydroelectric
droelectric hydroelectric power with diesel plant
operations. Those were in 1948,
1949, and 1952. In the latter year
the diesel stations were operated
only a short time.
This year has been the driest
on record ) so far as the water
yield of the Gatun Lake drainage
hasin is concerned. Normally the
yield over the Gatun basin is oyer
5,000 cubic feet of water por se second.
cond. second. This year the yield, up to
the last week in October, was oniy
2,864 CFS, about half ot normal.
Hauke Bids Low
A'tu'"'. 2V.J -7
E. O. Hauke, of Colon entered
a low bid of $133,189 for the ex extensive
tensive extensive rehabilitation and im improvements
provements improvements planned for the res
idence or tne Governor 01 uie
Canal Zone located in Balboa
Heights. The bids were opened
yesterday afternoon in the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Building at Balboa
Bids ranging from $157,200 to
$173,938 were also made by Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Constructors and Dillon
The nlans for rem odeling
which will include some of the
first structural changes on the
50-year-old building since the
middle twenties, will take in the
installation of air conditioning
in the bedrooms on the second
floor; enlargement of the rooms
on the. first floor installation
of a tile floor to replace the old
wooden flooring; relocation of
the main stairway and the con
struction of a basement service
section and a new roof.
The present plans were drawn
un bv the engineering firm of
Rogers, Taliferro and Lamb, of
The contractor win oe given
aDDroximately seven months to
complete the work on the Gov Governor's
ernor's Governor's residence after notice to
proceed Is given
tion with the Division of Schools
for the purpose of determining
the status of the dental health of
the Zone children.
A similar survey was made last
year among the children in the
first, four, and seventh grades.
The survey will be stated tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at the Santa Crui school by
a team composed of Dr. L. E.
Fontaine, of the Ancon Dental
Clinic, and Mrs. Erma Forbes,
It will be continued at the La
Boca Elementary School Nov. 13,
and the Paraiso Ele.nentary School
The survey will be held Nov. 18,
19 and 20 at the Rainbow City
Elementary School where it will
he conducted by Dr. Willi ard F.
French, assisted by Miss E. Jane
Holcomb, Altlantic side School
In the United States citizen
schools, the survey will be held
during the months of January
Health and School officials have
pointed out that the. dental exa examination
mination examination does not take the place
of regular, thorough examina examination
tion examination ,by Uie child's own dentist and
that' any parent who doea sot
with to have his child examined
may send a note to the teacher.
Parents will be artvied ot any
major dental defects found,
And Power Lines Tied Up
One of the most damaging floods ever to strike th
Atlantic side disrupted highway, rail, power and telephorfi
No loss of life has been reported but property dam damage
age damage due to the record-breaking flood will be heavy. It will
be several days before repairs can be completed to all the
Over 200 passenger cars were lined upon the road on
the blocked Boyd-Roosevelt Highway near the Randolph
Road intersectionCristobal police reported this morning,
Gatun was cut off by road nd ""I-
Normal train service on the Panam6 Railroad waft
expected to be resumed, at 3 p.m. the slide across the
tracks south of Gatun was expected to be cleared suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently by then to permit resumption of service,
vaoM. slides occurred on the
Boyd-Roosevelt Highway, two of
which infolved 2000 cubic yards
of material. The road was block
ed for about three and a nan
A big slide across tne rana rana-ma
ma rana-ma Railroad tracks one. mile
south of Gatun stopped rail-
traffic. A washout also oc
curred north of Gatun a big
ran. ' ;, il
an, m t( ' 4'
Tiiifihnn f.ommiinlcatwnar to
New Cristobal were cut wheo the
lenhnnif ehl was
Cristobal exchange and ?New
Cristobal. C o m m u n 1 cations
Branch employes have not tocai
ed the exact trouble yet.
Pnw interruptions were U'
merous on the Atlantic aide from
shortly before mianigni unwi
m ana Eiectncai uhb'""
iuArlr,rf wrrff nil kent busy lo
eating and remedying trouble
uinv hutidines on the Atlatt
tic sdde were flooded although
no serious damage was reported
at ariv rnnal installations.
Pumps were Used when the
motor heran to nour into the
telonhnnp evr.ha.nee in Cristobal.
Water stood a foot deep in the
Mt. Hope pump Station but no
serious damage was reportea
and the Atlantic side's water
supply was not endangered.
Both Gatun and Madd
Lakes levels took a sadden up upward
ward upward surge after being at all all-time
time all-time lows for most of this year.
Gatun Lake rose over a half a
foot it was 85.8 yesterday and
Madden Lake reached -an ele elevation
vation elevation of 239.29 feet by 1 a.m.
today nearly four, feett'alove
th nreviohs-day? level.
The nrevious record of heavy
rainfall of 9.K2 ior tne nwnui i
Nnvmhcr was recorded Nov. 16
and 17, 1934, for a 24-hour pe
The all-time record at Cristo
hai u i3.5n inches, set Dee. 14
and 15, 1944.
Precipitation at other record recording
ing recording stations for the 34 hours
ending at 6 am. were:. Gagun,
9.98 Inches, candelarla. 6.82 inch inches,
es, inches, and Chico, 4 i3 Inches.
The first trouble on the trans trans-Isthmian
Isthmian trans-Isthmian highway-was reported
shortly after 10 p.m. when pet pet-cnnnpl
cnnnpl pet-cnnnpl of the Maintenance Divi
sion made a survey trip over thej
road. The two heaviest siiaes
blocked traffic, i but one-way
traffic was established for vehi
cular traffic In less than four
Practically all available equip equipment
ment equipment was moved to keep the
highway open. F. H Lerchen,
Maintenance Engineer, said it
would be several days, before
the slide areas can be com completely
pletely completely cleared although nor normal
mal normal traffic la expected be
resamed mnch earlier. earlier.-Trouble
Trouble earlier.-Trouble crews from the Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Division were ordered out
early last night and were kept
busy from then until this morn
ing checking power interrup
tions ana Keeping open e e-phone
phone e-phone communicat'ons.5-.
The slide on the Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad tracks occurred in -a cut
bout one mile north of Gatun.
The slide area extended for a-
bout 100 feet along the tract,
with the rails buried In four to
five feet of earth and rock. j
The railroad slide and wash washout
out washout north of Gatun were discov discovered
ered discovered by the early morning pa patrol.
trol. patrol. Four 1 track yangs were
called out to clear the tracks for
the resumption of service.
The first trams to ran en
the normal service were to bo
the passenger train leaving
Colon at 3 p.m. and the pes
senger train leaving Panama
at 3:10 p.m. '. ;'. ...
The slide and .' other obstruct
tions on the railroad were clear
ed from' the tracks sufficiently
at noon to permit the passage of t
the motor car aTfryinf guests'
Canai Zone tW.Ja-feotUr ta ta-apecial
apecial ta-apecial luncheon eontmsmorat- v
Inr the teansf tit of 1 the Hotel
Washington -an other Atlantis
Side propertdes I In ceremonies
which took plac earlier in Pan Panama
ama Panama City, ;.'
With both highway and rail'
connections to the Atlantis
side eut during1 the early norn norn-ing
ing norn-ing hours today,- tt became
necessary to dispatch seven
Panama Canal pilot from the
Pacific srde by laanch from
Gamboa to GSitnn to handle a
heavy traffic schedule sooth.
A total of 20 oeean-coing tran
sits were scneauied : sontn
bound, with j II northbonai
transits on schedule.
Flooding conditions rarely seen
on the Atlantic side, noted for
Its heavy rainfall, were reported
In many places. , , ;
BoUvar Highway was under
three-and-a-half feet of water
near Mlndi, and all traffic from
communities north of Mind! was
blocked for several, hours, this
, A high-bodied Canal Com Company
pany Company maintenance truck was
ferrying people across the wa4
ter at the intersection of Boll
vmr Highway and Gulick Road,
None of the 200 cars Stopped
there were permitted -to pro proceed
ceed proceed towards Gatun. .-
Traffic was alter detoured
from the Mlndi Dairy to Brazos
Brook Golf Club, past the Police
range to Gulick Road, ponce
said. ..... 'i
For the first time this year, the
spillway gates at Gatun were
opened for flood control, the Ca Canal
nal Canal reported. They said there
was an estimated 100,000 cuble
feet of water per second pouring
into Gatun Lake.' Four spillway
gates were orjened to help con
trol the flood. .-r
Cristobal registered Its high
est 24-hour rainfall; n record
for November since. 1907, : with
10 07 inches of rain reported to today.
day. today. Most of the heavy rain hit
the Atlantic aide between !1
last nl?ht'and 1 this morjil-,
although it continued to rain
for the remainder of the night-
Highlights of the hard-hitting
flood as reported today were:
One Mareartta nousewue. Mrs.
Donald Bruce, whose house faces
Gulick Road saw a taxi stuck in
the drainage ditch for several
hours this mornlnr until It was
pulled out by a truck. 1
W. J. Dockery, another Mar-
earita resident said he -was
caught on Gulick Road last night
after he left an Elks Club meet meet-In
In meet-In around mldnhtht.
'It was raining real hard, and
our car moved under the curb of
the drain It was frightening
since we cooldnt see where the
road was. I was sure we'd gat
stuck in the bis; ditch because
the flood was coming so swirt-
ly.- v.. -- v-
B said water was coming in into
to into the new Chevrolet, but that
driver Jim Hagen, also of Mar
garita, finally made a across
slowly. :- .
' Dotens or cars were reportea
stranded unm morning, and po-
(Continu on Pat 13)
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M MBERS RACKET
! "s6me character Who goes by the name of "Eleven-a-slde
wrote some gibberift the other night Mail Box, Nov. 3 about
' "toe lousy hamburgers hi Milwaukee (they aren't always good in
i Diablo either), wants to play tennis with some Australian (costs
, you a quarter in Diablo), ana doesn't seem to Know itaiy iougm.
f ,n both sides during both wars.
' Ha says soccer is the most famous International game played;
He Is 1 nerror because everybody knows the most famous lnter lnter-!
! lnter-! national sport is plajea in various rooms of houses, huts, shacks,
' apartment and cavei and it isn't called soccer.
And by some -unknown logic he endeavors to get football in
' the Caanl Zone mixed in his geography lesson.
; ; What he really meant was that BHS, CHS, and JC each put
eleven men on the toctball field at the start of the game and
- CHS and JC do wel- against the BH8 eleven Then BHS rushes.
, new men Into the came and tires out the CHS and JC teams,
due-to the fact CHf? and JC have no reserves BHS wins the foot foot-.
. foot-. bail game and some people get the mistaken idea that 4s football.
It Isn't. It's called football In the Canal Zone but it Is really
Reserve .Manpower. iWe listened and reasoned in math classes
i as he suggested).
' Forty-four on one side, many less on the other side.
I A tragic accident to a fine man and a fine Motorcycle Po Po-1
1 Po-1 liceman due entirely to those beastly "passers" on the road, has
! at last occurred. ...... a
1 The stretch between Corozal and the bridge intersection at
It. Clayton has been virtually an Idiots delight for racing cars
and passers who are of the opinion that because they bought a
hokey-pokey style car with high power which they do not know
HOW to nancue, at mgn spenas tney must pose an uwiw taia
traveling at 40 or 50 miles an hour.
Please, Mr. Traffic Head Officer, either make that tragic
tetch of road a 30 mph road or else make it a "no passing
zone" or else we shall lose more nice drivers, and perhaps some
A Safe Driver
By VICTOR RIESEL
That British .Socialist. "Nye"
Beyan, who hopes he soon will be
'Britain's next hnme Minister, is a
gentjeman-iarmer who tancles
pigs and Khrushchev. But he
doesn't like President Eisenhower.
mis untish socialist told that
io juirusnenev recemy when
mey spoKe as "one Marxist to I
anotner. xne truth is that Devan
denounced Mr. Eisenhower as a
capitalist militarist during his
genial three-hour visit with. the
First Secretary of the Communiat
Party of the U.S.S.R,
In jact, this man Bevan, who has
talked of the President of the
u.s. in more brutal and shocking
terms than will be reported here,
new is taurine the U.S. and rather
smiaeiy telling his hosts that the
time has come to get rid of the
Twice in the first thren Hav
vi ms American tour Bevan linked
resident Eisenhower to Gen. Zhu-
kov, laugning y saying:
"It is a good thing that Zhukow
was removed. Perhaps it is time t
all World War II generals be re-
urea io very long vacation Iron
it can be rennrtprl hr h.
oevan leaves no doubt in his lis
teners minus that he refers to
IBIS Socialist. Who U nonr Tr...
surer or me British Labor Pary and
preign Minister" in its shadow
laDinei," out who hopes to be
Prime Minister of England in
1960 used the same occasions o
mocK juarsnai Zhukov. Twice he
saia in eiiect:
"Zhukov was purged by
Khrushchev because the Marshal
was too powerful. Furthermore,
i "canny read a speech of his
wnien talked of static warfare,
...vu pvsmens ana xig zag
trenches. This is stupid In a
day of missiles. It explains partly
7 ixnrusncnev purged him
men Bevan enta ntf hie
at President Eisenhower as gayly
as a Londoner rolls tin hi, nm-
Walter Winchell In New York
brJU .Sp7T;.iT W'1-L L .gin for. Bmg
The imrrt,n;rTf ".:." tr?sty- The bappy bridegroom has
deness. R mnhVr.JXZi. 1?- wveiy young Dnoe-ana nappi
Di.- u "v-i.ci.onu ui uie
uiiusn ana so unerarinn. in
ness makes the most beautiful
' music. The love story was touch-
RESERVE BUILDINGS HATE VALUE TOO
Mavbe. In this space age. no mere soldier will ever lack or.
the Canal Zone for a sturdy roof over his head.
Earth-bound thinkers provided the Army with such an ex excess
cess excess of permanent peacetime barracks during World war II that
tuere la no dearth of modern space for the bachelor soldier..
ialllard feith-lA ,i
iu.vt. io.Wiin inr"- WnttA HninA A u
.1 L .... ikLlr t i onu lire
i louuet wiein jwu uuu, r .... ,j an ne nas ungraciously denoune-
,1. All right, all nghtl They are costly, to maintain. They would 'ed and lampooned thhout
1 v.nni.at. TV.nu in on nusIM Aamarrtr t.h neat k . . uo"UUL
w woiiaji-w aw.w. 4.a.j e ... vjw-., uic yuinmuius world DOW
hearted host tr. w,,S .7 .V .a "y."1?. customary whimsical
.. ..." ...1 UE. 1.1 l.l.i. I 1 1 M . .. 1. . ......
inevitability of his n.. ...i.- u.n
PO'lTexas. decided to vacation in Hoi
becoming the most powerful
litical figure in nritii- fTexas, decided to vacation in Hoi-
in im Vhe Rritu lywood. While strolling in Movie-
be called in October 1959 I was vUle' ".Vgu t0Pe1 r and
told by a leadinmTrw suggested she try for a movie ca:
Parliament reer. The result wa3 a Paramount
Thero is '.hm.i u .u contract. For the next 18 months
of the Sociahsl b Aip studio practically ignored her.
losing this Ldon,i itiin- She had bit roles m several mi-
there is oi Ike amahino hi. hJ.t nor metiers. Ana tnen we siuaio
mashii'Thii r.S8as. dropped her. What appeared to
year Bevan, as .Forei Mmtr b ?.eriod ot. fm ?.r.ePre;
nfCinieV, wiUTbe dealing Wn,8' u",e
the-White HouaV-and thf her Me- t. Paramount, she
met jung Bing. jrienasnipiurneo
into an on-and-off romance then
ered with honors, knows thathim. Hardly an uncommon atti-
success works in strange ways.
It secures the adulation of mil millions
lions millions of strangers and often
makes enemies of envious friends.
Which helps explain why Monsieur
Camus informed reporters: "One
has to know how to make Peo
look of the cost. v, 7
,- But to me they looked like emergency housing for a lot of
' troops, or a flock of civilians caught here in some disaster.
f These buildings are not shacks. The reinforcing steel in
tftelr masonry had a lot of life left. Let alone, or boarded up
J and painted now and then, they would outlast most of our lives.
- Here we go Civilian Defense all over the Zone, and then
"oreck several reserve building that would come in, oh so handy,
I in the first emergency
Oiir problems here loom small In the world picture. But
I ahouldn't even the local people look ahead to brace themselves
; against a possible "worst" ?
J In a small way this is the same kind of thinking that sold
"the crane "Ajax" out of port. That left the entire canal with ex-
actly one big crane, in case of emergency, (if big ships smash,,
vcrana "Hercules" break down, what can do?)
, And isn't this the same kind of thinking that wanted to scrap
the Panama Railroad, and the defense asset it is to the isthmus,
i ara hence to tne Hemisphere.
' Fortunately the Congress sat hard on that one.
, With all the yap yapping about economy, how about some
conservation of what we have here and. now?
across our land.
. The irony of Bevan's tactic
is his use of this Ameircan Un Unas
as Unas an ''Operation Switch." Bevan
is carefully avoiding all American
ieftwmg and Socialist circles. He
has been careful to side-step even
the Americans for Democrat Ac Action.
tion. Action. He has, at least until this
moment also avoided contact with
Amncan labor circles.
It is positively true that Bevan
deliberately rejected all invita invitations
tions invitations which might give him a
left-wine coloration here and me
thodically chose banking and in industrial
dustrial industrial groups as his audiences.
He is not so much interested in
converting American merchant
princes into Marxists as be is
in convincing his colleagues at
home that he really can get on,
you know, with those American
"fatheads. I can attest to the
tact that the word is his
He needs to show that there Is
mucn American friendship for
him. There is e. block inside the
British Labor Party which him
neither as Prime Minister nor Fo
ix. for a nation of Duhlir rol.
tions conscious persons, we are
being taken in by a public rela relations
tions relations operation Madison Ave. ahan.
doned with the stand-UD mouth
Bob Ruark would say it this way if he. too, had to retch
over the dally nausea of newspaper pictures depicting the local
brass gratulantly tipping some giggly dame from General Rum-
Dumb's departmental caboose for a year's outstanding sorting
3 ; of rolled paper and peanut bags, or pompously officiating before
s herd of underimgs with bestowals for services rendered be-
v.yona the call of meat reads.
This Santa Claus mummery by the khakhi-clad arrav ofinier teionhnno w .,mit
i ptomaine colonels, lieutenant colonels, majors, captains and on impression to get back to Britain
- wwn tne reeang urain so vomrtaDiy prevalent especially in pic-,tnat this cay chao is rea lv beine
iuiui, io aa .i.uv.1. a icUiglLAbCU piece Ul I UH-lVUO wn
your-throat propaganda as it is impossible to digest.
- If such letfid advertising is meant to sell these stagnant
" ,! Phonies, saturated as this mud pond already is with their rank.
JA1 .Jll. A t "...
;::.w wiuess uveruoers using taxpayers money in time ana ma ma-:
: ma-: terlal wasted should more nearly succeed with McBeth's witch
;' ca In cap and braid.
t Boob Rurlk
- Y v i
' 'i- .:s:
taken to our bosoms, we'll b Dut
ting him in office.
And let's not forget that we
soon will have a mighty deen in
terest in that office 'or we will
be sharing some of our most vital
scientific developments with 10
Tns is the era of SDutnik vmt
came love and marriage.
The papers stressed the differ difference
ence difference in ages between the groom
and his bride. Of course, the
heart has no calendar and Cupid
is indifferent to birth certificates.
Incidentally, before she met Bing,
the following prophetic comment
was made by Kathy Grant dur during
ing during an interview: "I prefer older
men. My Aunt Mary says men
are at their worst from twenty to
forty, then they mellow. And I
think she's right."
The man who ruled women with
a needle and thread. Christian
Dior, has passed. As so often
happens, his success story emerg emerged
ed emerged from the blackest tragedy.
When he was a young man with-
thin a few months his brother
was struck down by an incurable
disease, his mother, died his fath
er went bankrupt and Dior was
stricken with a lung ailment. Dur
ing the months of convalescence
he became interested in fashions
as a hobby and began making
Dior, who headed a booming
biz, often consulted fortune-tellers
before making decisioa-in his per personal
sonal personal and professional life. And
he had a poetic view of his pro profession:
fession: profession: "I think of my work as
ephemeral architecture glorifying
the proportions of the female bo
Albert Camus, the great French
novelist-essayist playwright, has
been crowned with a Nobel Prize.
The man who has authored thou thousands
sands thousands of brilliant words one said
he can sum up his philosophy
with a single world: Freedom.
.Freedom has always been
more than a word to him. Cam Camus'
us' Camus' pen has been a sword. During
World War II, he was an active
member of the underground and
wrote for the underground paper.
Martha Raye Is having a ball
at the Cepa and so are audienc audiences.
es. audiences. Her rollickyrolicky s t y I
was never better. . .Ironically,
much agony and heartbreak has
gone into making her a superior
clown. A part of show biz
(since she was 3 years young)
she struggled for many, years.
She has known Mv horror of
constant rebuffs and the terror
of near starvation. Her gay spir spirit
it spirit hat endured despite unahhpy
marriages, ill health and set.
backs fo her career. Even th
incident that mad her a clown
was a painful experience. She
was a minor singer in a
Broadway show when th star
became ill one night and Mar Martha
tha Martha replaced her. In one come comedy
dy comedy skit she was supposed to
stumble down the stairs. When
doing the bit she .trippid and
took a header. When she land landedthe
edthe landedthe audience thinking it was
part of the act, was hysterical
with laughter. However, Martha
had nothing re chuckle about.
Hr arm was fractured.
tucje, of course.
On the subject of critics and
tha theatre, reviewer Walter
Kerr has offered a realistic
view: "Critics can help the
theatre most, I believu, by try try-ing
ing try-ing for the maximum accuracy,
not the maximum generosity.
Unjustified generosity can hurt,
for the reader who goes in such
cases gits stuck; feels he may
be tricked the next time as well,
is thereafter suspicious of good
notices, and may stay away
longer because of being 'had.'
In brief, tl i worst criticism
is dishonest praise.
Margaret Truman, 'a happy wife
and mother, has announced that
she will return to TV. .Once a-
gain greasepaint demonstrates it
is a happy opiate. The addiction
generally starts early in life. In
her autobtog Mrs. Daniel candidly
confesses: "I have been stage stage-struck
struck stage-struck from earliest memory and
am a natural-born ham,"
Being stagestruck means you are
in love with audiences. And the
romance is usually a lifelong af affair.
fair. affair. They dance, sing, act and make
merry on the magic box. Viewers
can enjoy the goings-on or switch
the dial. For the performers in involved,
volved, involved, however, it is a form of
high-paid torture. The anxiety is
constant Insecurity is rampant
and the emotional oressures are
almost unbearable. Red But Buttons'
tons' Buttons' career has zoomed asain on
the strength of "reviewers' hoo-
rays for his performance in the
"Sayonara", movie. .What TV
lieebeejeebe means was Once ex explained
plained explained by Buttons- "Until I got
on TV I never took a sleeping pill
in my life. Then I ate them by
the bushel. It's a back-breaking
Why do people challenge TV?
y DREW ARSON
I i ii i
WARmWftTnW Tt tnav um a
long way from a closed-door neet neet-ing
ing neet-ing in the Weather Bureau recent recently
ly recently to the prestige we lost over
boutniK. Dut mere are certain con-
Ttw nnlv W9V tA l4lnvai dm.
to control -them, they said, -was
to record conditions in each of
those million cubic miles v not
oniw hut nprhansr nttun
-4Mfflmt Hmi. ........ .-"....i i-k ...
XI uie If. O. CUU1U ; IIUVVVVU A1UB Mil UU1J us UUUC WllO 8A
a way to control hurricanes .omirpiane equipped with electronic
nrAr1if tVil tint-tiai mnM o AAtiro i anrtvrt intf Hovipc cir. U u..
nrriief tVioii Vigt-rta m nr a return
tely, it's hard to overestimate the
propaganaa victory we wou'q 'win
in uie a ar east ana soutn Amen
Japn, the Philippines, and the
millions of dollars of property da-
maffA anrl InfiA thniiBanHa .nf livc
from these tropical storms which
in uie eastern nemispnere are
Should th -United Siaaa Aivar
just one typnoon away trom the
iumsy wooaen nouses oi a Japa Japanese
nese Japanese city, it would win the res respect
pect respect and eratitudn-af millinn nf
However, despite this, and
despite Dfence Secretary Mc
Elroy's new concern ever basic
research, the top brass of the
Air Porea ara still hi.Ih.
keep three Air Force planes fly flying
ing flying next year in the National
Hurricane Research Project.
At the closed-door meptino- at
the Weather Bureau nffiforc nf
the Air7 Weather Snrvir nf th
Air Force reluctantly refused to
uiscuss Keeping tne tnree research
Thev asreed with Wnathar Rn
reau meteorologists that the Na-
.i I TT l .
iiuiiai xiurncane nesearcn project
is the most hnnpfnl hlirripflna a-
search in history.
But thev were under orders
from Defense HcnHmnt um.
omizers not to discuss the three
Air Force research nlon.. nn. k.
. f o .iv ry uc
mg stripped of their electronic
icL-oruing equipment at Palm
lApnrdinff devices, sine tha h...
man hand can't write fast enough
wniie an airpiane is living through
a storm, -.....- hv'.
The three snecial resnarch nlanea
can take readings every 10 seconds.
Bv contrast the "hunter" nlan.r
-F " f.UUdO,
when equipped with a small amount
UX CiCVilUlllU CtlUlLllUCUl- WU1 SUP.
ply perhaps l-1000th as much da data
ta data Thev will Cnntinua. The ntha
rplanes will. not. -;
iNote-it s ironic that the Air Force
which has abandoned its special
roie in nurncane researcn, is ire.
auentlv. the first in hraa sW
ever one of the "hunter'?' planea
discovers a hurricane in 1 time to
warn a city, .v-. UHeniwn
PrOSDeCt now- is that tho Woo
her Bureau will have to eet alnm
by installing a small amount of
electronic equipment on the
"hunter" planes still assigned to
it by the Air Force and Navy.
In most cases, Weather Beureau
meteorologists will be unable to
ride along as they new do on the
three SDeciallv enilinneH m....k
The National Hurricane Re Research
search Research Project was planned with
the hem nf the
rologists three years ago after a
fash of hurricanes brought havoc
tp U.S. coastal cities.
It was then conscdered a lnno
range econpmr measure, for to-
u7 f cty use iwiami can easily
spend $1,000,000 just i buttoning up
memoney ?ikhatir Involved,
Va. mPof tance of! accurately pre-'
UlctinS hnn-iAin.'. ., i l
Meteorologists nninted m.t
tears ago that the average hurri hurri-came
came hurri-came is 350 miles wide and eight
nines deep, filling the fantastic1
Al.l t AAA Artft ..
iui"' i.uuu.uw cuDic miles.
e TEDDY ROOSEVELT
When- President Fiaenhnwei. at
tended centennial church services
for Teddv Rnnaevelt ,la d.nn..
iew members of the congregation
iutcw uihi one oi e s cniet lieu lieutenants
tenants lieutenants on Capitol Hill had pre previously
viously previously Scuttled a reanlnrinn allinV,
for national, honors to Teddyff
- uus year,, sen; James
Murray (D Mont. Introduced
a resolution designating 1958 as -a
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial
Year. Thia tn he i k..
- v. ... UUUUI
the first National Conference on
Conservation called in 1908 by
Roosevelt and his chief forester.
Murray's resolution was backed
by 63 Senators and received un unanimous
animous unanimous approval in. the Senate.
However, when it rnt t h. u
J udiciary Committee. Kenneth
Keatine of New Vnrlr . Tj.
hower Republican, led an onslaught
uu me nui uiai emasculated- its
provision. As a result, it never did
jget a final okay from Congress.
n-eauiig comes irom the same
State that sent Teddv rlnnim.1)
the White House New York.
But, goaded by private utility
lobbyists, Keating fought to water
down the resolution; He feared
Public DOWer enthnaiaata int.
use the Teddy Roosevelt celebra-
uuu s a oase lor attacking Eisen Eisen-hower
hower Eisen-hower s contrary power policy.
Keating' fimAnrlmnfai i.aU
have limited expenditures for the
Roosevelt Centennial to a paltry
$20,000 and barred the soliciting
or private contributions.4'
Ike had probably forgotten these
facts when he attended he ser- -vices
at Grace Reformed Church
here.. 4 : ..
ne was spared additional em- i
DarraiMrnent mh.. 4hi n.. .!
Dame L Marah'' t.rtnpi..n'.. .a
Boston Univerattv In hi. ...
j .... .. J "Ja miiiuu,.;,n
identified the greatest .President
. nauui6wii, ncoin, xeddv'
Roosevelt Woodrow Wilson, and
Dwight D. Eisenhowerf
The name nf annth re. .-.a
, -"""i -n wdeveii
was diplomatically omitted.
In the wonderful realm of show
biz this is The Year of Sinatra.
In almost every field of enter entertainment
tainment entertainment Frank is riding high
records, TV and films. He scales
another pinnacle in the "Pal
Joey" flicker. .Sinatra has
known the roller-coaster aspects of
success. His woras on tne suuject
are thoughtful as well as authori authoritative:
tative: authoritative: "People often remark that
I'm pretty lucky. I don't think
luck as such has much to do with
it. You've got 'to have something
more substantial. The ompetition
is too fierce. Luck is only impor important
tant important in so far as getting the
chance to sell yourself at the
right moment. After that you've
got to have talent and iearn how
to make the best use of it."
John Osborne, the British play-
weight who penned "I.ook Back
In Anger," has been the season's
most-written-about dramatist. In
common with all playwrights, he
play cat-and-mouse with critics.
Mr. Osborne recently observed
"My play ran for eighteen
months in London, in spite of an
almost uniformly baJ press. Amer
ican critics like it-Theyre nwreJ A ,broker is an who'. runs
your fortune into, a shoestring."
responsible. I think." In other
Camus, who is now being show-words he likes critics who like
Ernla Kovacs novel, "Zoomar,"
based on the Land of TV, has sev several
eral several eyebrow lifting incidents.
Nevertheless, there isn't anything
in the novel that is ar zany as
the story of Kovac3' TV career.
On his initial show he wrestled
a genuine jaguar M front of the
camera for laughs,. And when he
completed his final show on a
Philly station also for laughs he
set fire to the studio.
Wall Street's dipsy-doodling re
calls Alec Woollcott'a sardonic
comment after dropping $200,000
in. the stock marxet. He groaned:
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
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lli'r Jt WearTJgo ?!
Ur T:-7 timei that amount cmiMnt rr,- .! i
Inr 1803, after tne United
States had purchased the
Louisiana territory from
France for $15,000,000. Presi
dent Thomas Jefferson chose
two men to explore the vast
region, Meriwether Lewis and
Captain William Clark. More
than 30 men-were members of
their expedition, which lasted
two years and four months
and covered 8.000 miles. The
expedition was conducted on
a cxmgressJonal appropriation
of only $V0O.
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Thursday, November 7, 19S7
mitir:: rmiiiAM'S CKUSADE
afcnearances here in eurury.
t.ur.. Rev R.' Kenneth Strachen,. represenwiwyr r
sioh in Bah Jose, Costa Rica
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The White House, smarting from
Tuesday' election defeats, warned
Republicans today that they have
"a fight bn' their hands'- in next
year's big battle for control of
'Congress.' .' .
A statement issued with Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's approval said
two GOP victories in congressional
races in New Jersey and Penn Penn-gaylania'
gaylania' Penn-gaylania' Tuesday were a source
or f'reai gratification." But that
was all it found to cheer in final
returns from the off-year balloting.-;
"The president and the GOP
were jolted by the big victories
rolled up be Democrats Gov. Ro Robert
bert Robert B. Mayner in New Jersey and
Democratic Mayor Robert F. Wag Wag-per
per Wag-per Jr. in New York City.
Both had been favored, but not
by the big .margins they, amssed.
The President publkuy had en endorsed
dorsed endorsed Malcolm Forbes, who was
defeate4 by Mayner in a landslide,
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16 Ohio city
50 He gave and
51 Those who
27 Apple center
S3 One who
39 Italian city
30 Solar disk
40 She has
4 J Recede
46 Tire part
, SO Roof of v v-ibe
ibe v-ibe mouth
94 Papal cape
9 Negative vote, 25 Frosts
10 Secure 28 Hops' kiln
11 Geraint'i wife 29 Get up
in Arthurian 30 British
21 Dung beetle
1 RECENTtT. a tlrthday cake
v Force wa served to airmen
i-'merl. MSgt H.' S. Riddiebarger .who also celebrates hu 50th btftnaay. uus year, serea wi
first niece of take to Col. Arthur P. Hurr, Albrook commander, while unit commander of
4 the Air- Base Group looked on. Left to right; Maj-- O. M.- Jackson, commander, T Support
fnnriron-'l.t Tnl M. T.-Mootv. rommander. ODerationa Sauadron: Riaoieoarger urr sna
J Lt. Col. T. E. Hallifax, commander Materiel Squadron.
in Panama was lormauy orgauu ... ...- 7 t( rfll2L the
U,Tsn frntn thA TStnmUS Die.
spoKe to me gruup
was beaten by Wagner by the
largest margin in New York City
InTddition, Vice President Ri Richard
chard Richard M. Nixon had campaigned
tor Forbes. ...
Mrs. Bertha Adkins, assistant
Republican national chairman,
said after a meeting with Presi President
dent President Eisenhower that he was con concerned,
cerned, concerned, surprised and disappoint disappointed"
ed" disappointed" by the size of Meyner s vic victory
tory victory She said she thought Meyner
was "re elected by Republican
GOP National Chairman Meade
Alcorn conceded that the Repub Republicans
licans Republicans had "little to cheer about.
But he said the Democrats had
"little to cheer about either, tie
said the GOP kept its two House
sSats, and the Democrats their two
As for the victory of Democrat
J. Lindsay Almond Jr. as gover--
nf viroinia nver Republican
J1VJ o till
a rorn saia uiai u
Democrats want to take pride
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23 Speech defect 42 Embellish
43 Epic poetry
49 Very (Fr.)
51 Malt drink
37 Goddess of
38 Plays :
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commemorating ihe 50fh anniversary of the United States Air
oX the 5700th Air Base oroup at Albrook AFB during their noon
niPfifliUr In the
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ofTroWT guidlnce Ind
It Has Fight On Hands'
i tv,ir sll-ont seareaatiost vic-i
tory in Vu-ginia, tney re welcome
to it." .,
The Republicans scored their
Gross US Product
At $439 Billion
For Third Quarter
WACtJTMnTnN Kav 7 (UP)
The nation turned out goods and
services at a recora-Dreaiuiis -Secretary
of Commerce Sinclair
Weeks disclosed today.
ut he said the figure de described,
scribed, described, by economists as the
gross national product was ex expected
pected expected to average out to about
435 bil'ion doffing for the who e
Of 1957 because 01 lower leyei
in the previous six monins. i;e
second quarter rata was 433 bil billion.
lion. billion. This would still top the previous
high of 415 billion dollars chalked
up in 1956. Economists point out,
however, that much of. the (. in increase
crease increase was due to higner prices
baheE,4han to jn : drfynac.flpurj
in me ,ecuiiwu.? ji-.ia
Weeks, who gave the figures to
a reporter, underscored this him himself
self himself in a speech previously to the
Paint, Varnish and Lacquer As Association.
sociation. Association. He said the U. S. econ economy
omy economy was in the midst of a "side "sideways
ways "sideways movement ... on a record
Asserting that "there's nothing
to be afraid of in the current busi business
ness business situation," Weeks noted that
"each of the last two years has
broken over-all prosperity rec records.,
ords., records., I expect 1957 will top them
Looking ahead, he said that
"1958 may be a breather with
changes from 1957 fractional on only."
ly." only." But he said that "in the long
pull our economy is bound io
Marilyn In Wax
Wears Red Organdy
- Nothing Else
LONDON, ov. 7 (UP 1 Marilyn
Monroe took her place today in
Madame Tussaud' wax museum
with only a thin dress hiding her
Her 38-23 37 inch form, clad in
a scarlet organdy own and no
underclothing, joined the wax stat statues
ues statues of stage and screen greats
Sir Laurence Olivier, Vivien
Leigh, Bob Hope and Danny Kaye.
"It's a perfect likeness of her,"
said a gallery spokesman, "and
you can't imagine how much her
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PANAMA AMERICAN AN
Institute Pan-Americano in
promotion of the evangelists
Latin American Mis-
prayer for the access of the
congressional victories in the At
lantlc City district in New Jersey
and a Philadelphia suDuroan ais
trict in Pennsaylvania.
Both had been heavily Repu
blican in recent elections.
Milton W. Glenn was winner in
New Jersey and Jonn A. Lafore
Jr. in Pennsylvania.
In the New Jersey governors
race, Mayner whipped Forbes by
some, 200,000 votes. In New York
Citv. Wagner's margin was nearly
1,000,000. Almond defeated Dalton
in Virginia by a 2-to-l margin.
Coming To Check
Scriptures In Cuna
The Rev. Eugene A. Nida, s
cretary for translations of the
American Bible Society of New
York, will arrive in Panama Sa
At the Bible House in Cristobal,
he will check manuscripts of new
translations of the scriptures'- in
Cuna with Dr. and Mrs. Alcibia
Or. Sunday :he?f rilay be3, heard
at various cnurcnes on me racmc
Dr; Nida is one of the foremost
linguists in the United States,
specializing in the study of the
languages and dialects of primi
tive peoples, for many of whom
no printed part of the Bible has
Besides the' Cuna he has colla
borated with the Rev. Ephraim
Alphonse, now of Panama City,
on the Valiente dialect spoken in
the iiocas del Toro area.
ur. in in a nas traveled in more
than. 50 countries of Europe, A
sia, Africa and Latin America,
where he has-worked with trans
lators on linguistic problems of
more than 120 different langua
In October he met with trans
lators working in some 12 distinct
dialects in the republic of Guate
Dr. Nida will address the clergy
of the Isthmus next monday, at
10 a.m. at the Cristobal Netho
This talk will be at the regular
monthly meeting of the Isthmus
Religious Workers' Federation.
Sunday morning he will speak
first at the early service of the
Balboa Baptist church, and later
at the special Armistice service
at the Wesleyan Methodist
Church of Panama City. In the
evening Dr. Nida may be heard
at the Balboa Union Church.
Dr. Nida is the author of num
ber of books on linguistics and
Negro Bishop Sued
Flock's $2 Million
GREENVILLE, S. C. (UP)
The bishop 0" a Negro religious
sect was charged in a federal
court suit here today with stealing
more than 2 million dollars from
The suit, filed by the Rev. J.
P. Petty, demanded an accounting
of all money turned over to Bishop
W. E. Fuller Sr. of Atlanta during
the past 50 years.
Fuller was identified m the suit
as bishop of the Fire Baptized :
Holiness Church of God of the I
Americas. Petty is a member of 1
a Spartanburg, S. C, branch of!
In Atlanta, a telephone call to
Fuller's home was answered by!
a woman who said the bishop was
sick in bed and unable to discuss
the matter. The bishop's son, W.
E. Fuller Jr., also mentioned in j
the suit, was not available.
Petty charged in his suit that
the elder Fuller has been taking
more than $100,000 a V year rom
the church for his '- own use for
20 years and that he owns proper
ty in Atlanta valued at more than
i million dollars.
Petty also- sought S million dol
lars in damages
The suit charged that the bis bishop's
hop's bishop's son aided in the alleged
fraud and has acted illegally as
a bishop) ior the past two or three
years. '-'"---' : -Filler's
about 40 churches and missions
in South Carolina, each with, less
than. X members- V --:
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MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP)-South-
lern Negro leaders opened meir
"crusade for cmzenstup" here to
day to seek enforcement of Negro
Dr. Martin LUtner King 01 Mont
gomery. Ala., one of the delegates,
said "there can be no citizenship
without, the right to vote."
King said the crusade here is
sponsored by the Southern Chris Christian
tian Christian Leader Conference, a. group
dedicated to implementing "deci "decisions
sions "decisions that the National Assn. for
the Advancement of 'Colored Peo People
ple People wins for the Negro,"
Delegates said that the main
purpose o, the meeting here is to
get Negroes in the South to "ex "exercise
ercise "exercise their right to vote."
King said the p:an is to double
the number of registered Negro
voters. He said Memphis was se
lected as the "kickbff point" be because
cause because of its large Negro popula population.
King, a Baptist Ncero leader of
the 1956 bus boycott in Montgom Montgomery,
ery, Montgomery, said the crusade is aimed at
the 1958 and 1960 elections.
1 he civil rights bill is mean meaningless
ingless meaningless unless we-go out jind make
use of it,'" he said. ,j.
Tentative plans call for -similar
mass Negro meeting! Januarv 20
throughout the South,
the group is Working with a
$200,000 budget to be used for ed
ucational and publicity campaigns.
Voting clinics to teach Negroes
how to-Register in their respective
states wi'l be set up, King said,
te Thv group hee drafted a let
ter to president Eisenhower urg urging
ing urging him to call another meeting
with Negro leaders "because the
situation is still grave and
The letter also urged the Presi President
dent President to "immediately appoint the
six-memher civil rights commis commission
sion commission authorized by Congress.
"Time is running out we would
like to see at least two Negroes Negroes-one;
one; Negroes-one; from the South on the com
mission, iung said."
CHICAGO Prof. IVan H Virtin
head of the Moscow Institute of
aieei, nmting the Soviets will even eventually
tually eventually share their satellite lerreu-
" IT .. :r a
cii 11 mere were not volun
tary information forthcoming, sci
ence secrets, as you know; do not
niaiiu aiune ior .long." 1
iNauonai Chairman Paul M. But
ler on the Republicans putting
party prestige on the line in New
Jersey, Virginia and New York
uty: ,.. l4J ...... w
KEARNEY, Neb. Reinhold
Schmidt of Bakersfield. Calif..
claiming he was invited to enter
a cigar-shaped "spac ship"
the Nebraska prairie:
"Ihey (the occupants) told me
to iook around-out wouldn't an
swer my questions about the shiti.
All they would say is 'tell the peo
ple were doing no harm'."
WASHINGTON Senate Demo
cratic leader Lyndon B. Johnson
of Texas announcing a serious in
vestigation of the U.S. satellite
and missile programs;
"The Russians handed us both
a technological defeat and a nrob
aganda defeat. The times call for
bold leadership by strong men and
a feeble denial of facts of life will
not strengthen us."
Mrs. Nellie McGrail
2-cent soccer pool
"I'm going to give myself and
my family a holiday in Norway.
It will be the first vacation I've
Off Irish Coast
PLYMOUTH, England, ov. 7
(UP) A Royal Air Force plane
today found a Panamanian tanker
helplessly adrift in the Atlantic
west of Ireland.
The vessel, the 6,000-ton Valstar,
suffered an engine breakdown last
Friday on a trip from Cardiff,
Wales, to Canada. The Royal Air
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Written for NEA Service
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A 10 3
A A Q 7 5 2
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No one vulnerable
South West North East
1 4 Pass 2 4 Pass
3 Pass Pas Pass
Opening lead A K
Today's hand is mainly inter
esting for the various things
that might have happened.
The three-spade contract was
made on the nose. South trump
ed the second club lead and
played two rounds of trumps,
stopping in dummy. The ten of
diamonds was led and when
East played low South finessed
the lack, west won wiui me
klne but that was his side's on
ly diamond trick. Eventually the
defense made its ace ana King
North thoueht that South
should have dropped the bidding
at two spades. He pointed out
that West might have held both
the king and queen of diamonds,
in which case South's three three-spade
spade three-spade bid would have transfer transferred
red transferred a profit into a loss.
south pointed out tnat Nortn
could have had a better hand
for his spade raise and that a
pass by South might well have
thrown game out the window.
I must agree with soutn. He
held only 14 points in high cards,
but a five-four-three-one nana
Is likely to play very well when
partner -can give an immediate
Furthermore, South's rebld
was of great value to his side. I'
South had passed at two spades
the chances are that West would
have pulled himself together
and made a delayed double. This
type double is not for business
but merely shows a hand that
was close to an immediate take
' WaP deiayederobl- would
have brought East Into, the bid bidding
ding bidding with three clubs. Then, If
South bid three spades East
would probably have gone on to
He would have gone down one
trick at that contract but no
one would have doubled him and
Nor htand South would have
puicked up a mere 50 points a a-bove
bove a-bove the line instead of 90 be below.
low. below. Force ordered a search after the
Dutch tue Rodezee failed to find
Today an RAF Shackleton from
St. Mawgan Airfield near Brixham
spotted the ship tnrougn an over overcast
cast overcast 280 miles west cf Ireland and
directed the tug to her. The Rode Rodezee
zee Rodezee had been searching 50 miles
The Swimming Pool
Association of Curundu
has finished the project for
which lt was organised and
will he desolved as" soon as
all accounts are cleared.
The persons owinr money
to the Association or having
claims against the Associa Associate
te Associate nare requested to con contact
tact contact Mr. Wade Thompson
TeL 83-8205, P. O. Box 2044,
Curundu, prior to Dee. 1,
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Albrook AFB Has
Jobs For Several
The Air Forte has announced
the following vacant positions for
non-United States citizens at Al Albrook
brook Albrook Air Force Base. Canal
Zone: a supervisory engineering
aid, LGS-5; and air conditioning
and refrigeration mechanic, LWB LWB-T5
T5 LWB-T5 : an electrical motor repairer.
LWB-J0; and several clerk-typist
and clerk-stenographer postions.
Applicants 'for thi supervisory
engineering aid position must have
had four years general 'engineer
ing experience including nine
months specialized experience in
planning and scheduling inventory
schedules; for participating in the
real property inventory: ano for
coordinating in resolving discre discrepancies
pancies discrepancies and correcting property
Applicants for the air condition conditioning
ing conditioning and refrigeration mechanic po position
sition position must have completed an
apprenticeship in the maintenance
and repair of refrigeration and
air conditioning equipment or have
had four years of substantially e e-quivalent
quivalent e-quivalent experience with this
kind of equipment.
Applicants for he electrical mo motor
tor motor repairer position must have
completed ah apprenticeship as
an eleetrical motor repaired or
have had three years of substan substantially
tially substantially equivalent experience in the
maintenance, repair, or overhaul
of electric motors of various
types and sizes, including the
winding or rewinding of arma armatures,
tures, armatures, rotors, stators and other
coils. This experience must have
included working from sketches,
drawings, blueprints, and similar
The minimum qualification re requirements
quirements requirements for the clerk-typist po
sitions are typing at a net rate of
45 words per minute. The mini minimum
mum minimum qualification requirements
for the clerk-stenographer postions
are taking dictation at the rate
of 80 words per minute and typing
at a rate of 45 words per minute.
Applications should be made on
Standard Form 1 57, "Application
aSk. mtr iki nvir.e plus jmsmm
i sw years txreaiENce T 'r- ''..1
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Personnel Office, Building 800, AU
brook Air Force Base, and art to
be submitted during the hours
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1951.
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BUYING FIRST CAKE Mrs. Barbara Hurr, honorary president of the Albrook NCO Wives
Club and wile of Base Commander Col. Arthur p. Hurr buy the first cake at the NCO Wives
Club Cake Bake Sale held Friday. Doris Olsen, chairman of the Spotter's committee makes
committee makes the sale.
Woman Who Berates Self
Finally Taken At Worci
If other people talked about Mrs. it '"ade me look fat," she says,
B. as disparagingly as she talks, when you compliment her .on
about herself she would call them some thing she is wearing,
mean and hateful. I
Yet day after dav she Koes a-: SHE'S NO DOPE
round saying things about herself
she would hate anyone else lor
"I'm so stupid," she says, when
she makes a blunder that might
nave gone unnoticed it she didn't
berate herfelf for it.
"That was clumsy of me," she
says when she makes some little
"I look simply terrible," she says
before the person she is apolo
gizing to has had a chance to no
tice how she looks.
"I suppose I couldn't have done
it but..." she says, bv way of telling
you something she has done and
has no reason for foe ing asham
You don't have td know Mrs.
B. very long before she has con convinced
vinced convinced you that she has Very little
to offer anyone.
The sad part of the story is that
actually Mrs. B. isn't the dope
she paints herself. But nobody
wants to keep reassuring her that
she is wrong when she makes those
slighting remarks about hersel'f.
Eventually most people give up
and begin to take her at her word
It's easier than trying to prove
her worng. What Mrs. B. and othe
like her don't realize is that it is
our duty to present ourselves in
as good a light as possible.'
It makes us more pleasing and
t ix a
"Do you really like it? I thought leasier for others to accept
NCO WIVES BAKE SALE These members of the NCO wtv. pinv, t iiv,i (, r. L
stand ready to take care of all customers a the Cake Bake fqS llwt li0'"
to buy more "pots and pans" to be loaned. to newcomer .5.FriTa7ftot,1J?oney
Helen Lopez, Doris Olsn, chairman of the Spotted f r?nmmS? aEIVuL ,Left to Mt
project, Mattle Self, Evelyn Butler and DlanPFafrcloth?mmlttee' Whlch takes chal"Ke of this
By Mrs. Muriel Lawrenct
That Sunday when John's sister
had left for a date, he and his
friend, Wes, got a stimulating idea.
They entered her room. With
her powder, they whitened their
faces. With her rouge, the painted
you like to come back downslaris
and watch TV?"
for she knew that when you
have h?enpunished, pride makes
it hard to confess your wish to
rejoin the family community. As
a person hurt by its disapproval
you iear to expose yourself to more
ERST SECRETARY TO BRITISH EMBASSY, WIFE, FAMILY
IL FOR NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA, NOV. 22
The popular First Secretary of the British Embassy Ed Edward
ward Edward Bifgs, his wife Mary and their five children will sail
oilthe SS Gothic fot New Zealand, Nov. 22.
They will disembark in Aukland and travel by car to
Wellington, stopping at Rotorua and other places of scenic
interest en route. They will then cross the Tasman Sea in
another ship and land in Melbourne, Mrs. Bigg's home city
They plan to return to Panama in June of next year.
ith "Cocktail Part
The British Ambassador
trs.Ian Leslie Henderson
lve cocktail p'arty at the
pssV residence tnis evening
I to 8.
pathy toward the sick and unfor unfortunate.
tunate. unfortunate. We all have many whom
we know privately, to whom we
Hive ueneiouslv, and who bless
will 'us for our friendship: but we
should also bear in our hearts
that great unmothercd multitude
who have no friends, except as
you or I who reach out our hands
to help. New clothes equalize; old
The above quotation is from a
leaflet of the Needlework Guild
of America which was lounded in
The Ambassador of Spain in Pa
lama and Mrs. Federico Gabal
hn entertained at a dinner last i I'hiladelohia in 1885 bv Mrs. John
tife Embassy resident in honor j Wood Stewart. Theoriginaton of
' tte Commandant of the 15th.jthe idea was LadyVolvertoi f
aviSJ District Rear Admiral! Dorsetshire, England, in 1883.
eorge E. Wales and Mrs. Wales. I In 1930 twenty fivi ladies were
ihroueht together- in Ancon by
Mrs. Donald Thompson Baker of
Panama City and organized uncier
the leadership of Mrs. Theodore
Roosevelt, Sr. One of the ladies
of this croup was Mrs. Louise
director, who contributed money to
extend the usefulness of the So Society
ciety Society and to meet necessary ex
penses. Their good work brings
together those of all religious per persuasions.
suasions. persuasions. The work is under no
particular church, but everyone
is encouraged, irrespective of be belief
lief belief or creed to give as they are
able. Nine worthy charity organi organizations
zations organizations share in the distribution
of the presents.
The Colon unit is proud of its
growing membership and express expresses
es expresses special tribute to the large
numoer of mem herd, now living
on the Pacific side, who retain a
keen interest in the Guild and con contribute
tribute contribute so willingly and generous generously
ly generously every year. Anyone on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side who has not yet been
contacted for membership and is
interested in becoming a member
please telephone Mrs. Marie Hen-
riquez at colon 73ts; A.rs. Maruja
Leigh, Colon 816; Mrs. Teodoro
Jaen, Colon 465J; or Mrs. Joyce
Pinto, Colon 321.
This year the Colon chapter cel
ebrates its 18th anniversarya Satur Saturday;
day; Saturday; 'Nov. 16 WtSe afternoon the
their noses cherry rod. With heriof it. So vou cannot iump ud iov-
eyebrow pencil, John made him- fully from your wounding isola-
sen a oroucno mustacne, i ney ; tion, crying, "Oh, thank you for
jblon Needlework Guild
"It is a labor of love and sym
Rvrd. When her husband was
transferred to the Atlantic side
Mrs. iByrd brought the idea with
her and in 1!)39 lounded the Colon
Guild and became the first Presi President.
dent. President. The plan of the Guild is to work
in lin if c t f 1(1 rti tn hnrc nnrlwt a
Director. This year there are 33 j Douglas Mac Arthur today was
Directors. There arv no dues, but Presented the new flag of the U.S.
each inemher eives two new ar- "r,y al a iun-aresi paraae nere.
gifts will be on dfsplay at the Ho.
tel Washington, for all tne mem members
bers members to see. Tables will be set up
for those who wish to play cards
at 1 p.m., and tea will be served
at 4 p.m.
(Continued on Pace 5)
were giggling so hard they didn't
hear the door open.
Uamused, John's mother said,
"Good gracious, how would you
like it if Sister treated your things
like this?" Then she sent Wes
home; and after oraering John
to help her tidy his sister's dress
ing table, told him he'd have to
spend the rest of the afternnon
in his room.
Shortly before supper, she went
back upstairs. To John, she said,
"Now this punishment is over. Dad
dy and I have missed you. So we
want you to come back downstairs
to us and look at some TV car cartoons."
toons." cartoons." She did not say "How would
To Mr. Universe
1st All-Army Flag
Goes To MacArthur
NEW YORK, Nov. 7 (UP) Gen.
Hides of clothing or linen yearly,
except one member, usually the
our dog eats
AS WELL AS WE DO
The five-star general received
the flag from Army Secretary Wil Wil-ber
ber Wil-ber M. Brucker at Governor's
Island ceremonies attended by
former President Hoover, Army
Chief of Staff Gen. Maxwell D.I
HOLLYWOOD. Nov; 7 -(UP1-
Statuesque actress Jayne Mansfield
last night announced her engage-
men; to muscular Mickey Hargi-
tay, the former "Mr Universe,"
on her return from a 40-day Euro European
pean European trip.
A 20th Century Fox studio
spokesman said Miss Mansfield ac-
cepieu a 10-carai diamond en engagement
gagement engagement ring from Hargitay as
they drove from Los Angeles In International
ternational International Airport to her home.
The 23-year-old actress, who re recently
cently recently attended an audience held
by Queen Elizabeth in London,
said: "I didn't think anything
would top meeting Queen Eliza Elizabeth,
beth, Elizabeth, but this even surpasses that
No date has been set for the
marriage. The studio spokesman
said Miss Mansfield was awaiting
final processing of papers divorc
ing her from Paul Mansfield. It
taking ome off the hook! Indeed
I want very much to return to
your good graces."
How we deal with a child who
has been humiliated by punish punishment
ment punishment is as important or out tran tranquility
quility tranquility as it is to his.
The iBiblical text lor parents ap approaching
proaching approaching a child after punishment
always is, "God requires that
which is past."
With its moral authority, we
can reject the uncertainty that
so often scares us into moralizing
over his misdeed and impels us
into those cowardly questions that
try to force him to admit his wish
to return to the family fold. It
enables us to take the initiative
for him by inviting him back.
Gradually as he gains more ex
perience of our genuine forgive
ness, he can trust us with his wish
for it. But until this growth is
made, it is unfair to try and pry
u out of rum
Tnlm an, I If Cl.xty Bl o nr chaa
M. Bryan, commanding general of I1' be "argitay's wcond mar
the 1st Armv. inage.
f The first all-Army standard In
the service s history also will be
presented to Gen. George C. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall and Gen. Omar N. Bradley,
the only other five-star generals,
the Army said.
President Eisenhower resigned
the life-time rank to assume the
3 Corozal Sales
Of Excess Stuff
The U.S. Army Caribbean pro property
perty property disposal office announces
three sales of surplus property on
Nov. 18, Dec. 2 and Dec. 9. The
sales will take place in Building
For sale on Nov. 18, beginning
at 9:00 a.m., will be miscellaneous
items such as bearings, shackles,
supports, retainers, tubes, axles
and crankshafts; also lawn mow
ers, filler units, drafting equip
ment, a water heater, a pneu pneumatic
matic pneumatic drill and a drilling ma
At the 9:00 a.m. sale on Dec.
2, .items for sale will include au automobile
tomobile automobile sedans, one-half ton, pan panel
el panel cargo and carry-all trucks;
plus miscellaneous items such as
switches, pumps, distributors, an
indicator and a generator.
On Dec. 9, beginning at 9:30
a.m., for sale will be a two en engine,
gine, engine, diesel-motored landing craft
and a non-propelled steel cargo
Sealed bids in quadruplicate for
the above items will he received
by the office of the property dis disposal
posal disposal officer until the hour of the
sale on each respective sale day.
For further information con
tact the property disposal officer
at Corozal 4149.
of this circuit.'
If you are invited to a party The service will be held as a
running from six until eight o'- money-making venture to aid in
clock, don't wait until a few the 1958 United Revival Campaign
minutes before eight to arrive, i which is scheduled to begin im im-The
The im-The hostess wouldn't have st mediately following the Billy Gra Gra-eight
eight Gra-eight as the end of the party ifjham's meetings in February. The
that was when she wanted it to! council has planned to bring from
me unueu aiaies an cvaugcusi ii
the 1958 campaign.
All interested persons are invit invited
ed invited to attend the missionary meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Evelopes may be secured
from ministers of anyone of our
Help Yourself to
For finest nourishment at low
cost, give your dog wholesome
Ken-L-Ration. He'll enjoy
choice cuts of horse meat in inspected
spected inspected by the U.S. Government
to guarantee quality. These ten tender,
der, tender, juicy pieces of lean red
meat are tasty and whoiesome.
Ken-L-Ration is a complete
food. Your dog need cat nothing
Your dogs food should be as
tasty and nourishing as your
own. So get thrifty, flavorful
nourishing., .econotn ica I
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To Hold United
Plans are undervav by the E-
vangelical Ministers Council of Pa Panama
nama Panama and the Canal Zone to hold
a united missionary service on
Thursday, Nov. 14, at the Chris Christian
tian Christian Mission of Panama in Gua Gua-chapali.
chapali. Gua-chapali. Contributions to this program
will be made by the different-co
operating churches of the council
and by individuals. Scheduled to
appear as the special speaker is
the Rev. Ephraim Alphonse, su- when a king penguin is swin swin-perintendent
perintendent swin-perintendent of the W e s 1 e y a n ming,' its striking ".ormal dress','
nurcnes anu uepuiy uuduuiaii recomes camouflage, says the
National Geographic magazine.
Seen from above, the dark blends
with the sea.
From below, the light breast
seems i merge with the sky
Good Place To Try
borne Pin Dropping
.CHICAGO-(UP)- Two of the
quietest rooms in the world are lo
cated in the midst of Chicago's
noisy State Street.
The two rooms, an anechoic or
echoless chamber and a revrhpr.
I tion room, are new research facil facilities
ities facilities at Armour Research Founda
tion oi ihinois Institute of Tech
The rooms are so quiet that the
noise of an electric clock can be
heard in either one of them, ac according
cording according to Dr. Robert W. BEsnson
assistant manager of the founda,
s Physics "search department.
Used lor opposite purposes, the
H: tAP"ELSi neY Sc0ut exceuve of the Canal Zone
7onP .th Mhe ?,yifuts ,of Amerlca- amved In the Canal
Zone with his wife this week aboard the Cristobal
Welcoming the Daniels at the dock were a delegation of
Cub and Boy Scouts who formed an honor guard for the
Council Scout Executive who came to the Canal Zone from a
similar post in Cleveland, Ohio.
, f Heading the. official welcoming party were ,A1 Benton
member of the Council 'i Executive Board from the Atlantic
side; and Lt. Col. Robert M. McDonald, member of the Coun Council's
cil's Council's camping and activities committee.
Scout Executive Daniels will be formally introduced to the
council members and friends of scouting in the Canal Zone
at the Scouters Banquet and Ball at the Tivoli Guest. House
Dec. 5. m.S. Arm Photot
Easy Way To Kill
Roaches And Anls
Scientists recommend that yod con.
trol roaches nd nt the modern
way with Johnston's NO-ROACH.
Brushed Just where you want tt
(table legs, cabinets, sills, asphalt
tile, etc.). The colorless coating kills
these pests. It's effective for months,
sanitary, and easy to use.
oz. 89c; pint 1 69 at Bella Vista
Supermarket, and all local commissaries.
The first session of the Cub
Scout Leaders basic training
course will be held at 7:30 to tonight
night tonight at the Education Center.
Fort Clayton. The following ses sessions
sions sessions will be at 7:30 p.m. Nov.
14, at the Fort Kobbe Education
Center and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 21 at
All Cub scouts and den moth
ers are urged to attend these
The Explorer Leaders hni,.
training course will start nr. p.
a.m. Nov. 16 in the tunnel con conference
ference conference room at Quarry Heights.
anechoic chamber will absorb 99.99
per cent of the sound within a
room while the reverberation
chamber will reflect 98 per cent of
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iSSof"!? s: Wn-KINSON, ter, formerly toe chief
cieric of Q-3, Headquarters United States Arm raHhKT.
melves a Certificate Tof Retirement from hUfomer b
?fi ? documentation of retirement moT hw
30 years service. Wilkinson who spent 19 years of hia caW
1830 Senrvfnira,TaH tWM tiTst sUtio' the Canal Zom to-tZ-Aft?
5" duty sergeant and later as first sereeant itb7
addit onlHV -tten garrisoned at Fort AnadoVf to
addition to a Retirement Certificate over the siraaturi Tt
SUePAvBfheth W- Jones- AdluUnt GiVKnitedf
Anrf,1Af.my'.the "nt was the recipient of Letters of
APJP,5SaUSn ?rom the chief of BUff, Gen- Maarweli d. Tavlor
nd from Mal. rien Thn.. t u-tI u' i10
Of USARCARIH. WllC.n" v.-ir"!"'"'"""1"? ener"
frr,w. T u j uc ana mree cnnaren will
. make their home at 23.' 50th Street, Panama City.
1- ,'. - ; (U-S. Army Phote)
THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1957
Gambler Costello Ordered
To Pay $175,000 Taxes
Social and Ollt
C?ntiniuJ ( 1 1
THI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
miss -CLARA LANGERHANS, who visited the Isthmus in, connection with her work as field service, counselor of the Amer American
ican American Foliation i for Overseas Blind. Inc.? Is shown with Acting Gov. Hugh M. Arnold In his office at Balboa Heights From
leftb Wht art T. jTwilber, director of public relations in Latin America for the Lion's Club; Arnold; Mrs. Langerhans;
VihSttmm bttht at committee and building committee of the Lions Club of Panama and William G. Arey, Jr.,
anama canai pudhc reunions
'ft '' j
THE BATTALION STAFF of the Cristobal High School ROTC unit during a parade held In
honor of Paul Beck, principal of Cristobal High School, on November 1, 1957. (Left to right
Cadet' Claude CabanlUas, battalion adjutant; Cadet Maj Wendell Sasso battalion executive
officer; Cadet Lt. Col. James Brooks, battalion commander; honorary Maj. Virginia Kleef Kleef-klrisitattallon
klrisitattallon Kleef-klrisitattallon sponsor; and Cadet Capt. Constantlne Ku&odlmos, Battalion 6-3.
Indrid, Rossellini Get Legal Separation
ROWUSJJov'i 7 (UP) Ingrid
Bergmn-nd Robert Rossellini
oWaine&'&Uegal. separation in
Rome oday citing "mcompalibili
ty of rliaTACter" as their ground.
rheie4wyer imaae tne announce-
The b"omshell announcement
wS-"mad:.io the press by Ercole
Graziadeir the couple's laywer.
Ha' said Miss Bergman, barely
recovered from a bout of Asian
flu, went to the palace of justice
at 11:45 this mornihg and firmly
urged their legal separation before
magtstr!te;Ll?r. Mario Elia.
"The4Huke action, which was
carrtdWf;in greatest secrecy,
ended -atrrfjoon," Ercole said.
"Thel'separation is consensual
(bymtttuai consent), for incom incompatibility
patibility incompatibility of character." the announcement-said.
, It said Rossellini left immedi immediately
ately immediately after "the visit 'to the law
courts": "for an unknown destina destination.1
MissrBergman returned to the
home which she had shared here
With Rossellini only since Tast
Thursday after a separation of
more than 10 months'.
Rossellini Went to Paris again
iiuring the -weekend but returned
to Rpme Tuesday.
The Italian movie director had
been- in Jndia shooting documenta-
Iy fflms during his long separa separa-ion
ion separa-ion from Ingrid. In that time,
lis name had been linked roman roman-ically
ically roman-ically t(t MSrs. Sonali Das Gupta,
k beautiful Indian movie script
He denied any romantic involv-
knentt JhtrSonali was reported to
fiive preceded Rossellini to Paris
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! NORMAN THOMPSON, right, of the supply division, UJ3. Ar Ar-I
I Ar-I my Caribbean Quartermaster Office at Corozal, receives a sug-
1 restioa, award certificate and a $10 check from Lt -CoL R. W.
liechinrer. left, chief ot the auPPly division. Thompson's wln-
rung suggestion was for the preparation of a schedule by the
1 VS. Army Caribbean Finance and Accounting Office in order
. for -financial inventor accounting supervisors to periodically
; visit the 'Finance Office and discuss mutual problems per per-j
j per-j tsUiing to fctock and non-stock fund accounting. Thompson
J liverla Quarters 1C3-G, Paramo. VJS. Army Photo)
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hsfore he returned there for a
reunion with Ingrid a couple of
Announcement at tho legal sep separation
aration separation by mutual consent, law lawyer
yer lawyer Graziadi issued a letter sign
ed bj; Rossellini and Miss Berg Bergman
man Bergman in which they said they had
found "difficulty in continuing life
together for some time."
The letter was dated Oct.. 31
and the address was the Hotel
Raphael where the pair stayed
after Rossellini returned from In India
dia India on Oct. 20.
Oct. 31 was the day the couple
left Paris to return to Rome to together
gether together after an 11-day period of
reunion that was regarded as a
The eouple's letter was address addressed
ed addressed to Graziadei. It said: "For
some time we have encountered
difficulties in continuing our life
together. The different directions
which our artistic activities have
been taken during the past two
years, have also been effected by
differences in viewpoint and Inter Interests
ests Interests which divided us and which
already had been interpreted in
"All this has brought us, after
long reflection, to the decision to
separate for good.
"An unforgettable past, the love
for our children and reciprocal
profound affection guarantee the
serenity of our futura relations."
The letter to Graziadei ended:
"Thanks also for this, friend of
The reference in tne letter to
an earlier "interpretation" of the
factors which finally caused the
tempestuous romance to break up
' v; w.,:
apparently was to the announce'
ment of an ''artistic neparation"
which the couple made last year
Shortly after that announcement
was made, Ingrid left for Paris to
make the Oscar-winning movie "A-
nastasia" and to appear in the
play "Tea and Sympathy." Just
after Christmas, 1956, Rossellini
went to India.
US Gaining On Reds
In Economic Race
- Commerce Dept.
WASHIGTO, Nov. 7 (UP) (UP)-Commerce
Commerce (UP)-Commerce Department officials
said today the United States is
increasing its lead over Russia in
the international economic race
despite Soviet accomplishemnti in
the scientific field.
One department epert said this
country enjoyed "tremendous eco
nomic growth in the last few-year
and has tremendous possibilities
in the coming decade." He said
"this is one race in which the
United States has been ahead and
will stay ahead."
The department official made
the statement in commenting on
predictions in Moscow by Com
munist party boss Nikita Khrush
chev. The Russian leader said the
Soviet Union could top U. S. pro production
duction production within the net 15 years.
A Commerce Department steel
expert said it was possible
Khrushchev could be right in pre predicting
dicting predicting ah annual Soviet steel ca capacity
pacity capacity of 100 million tons by 1972.
But he said U. S. production, now
at 133 million tons, was expected
to reach 200 million by that time.
Is Making Study
EAST LANSING. Mich. fUPV-
A Michigan Stae University chem chemistry
istry chemistry professor says he has obtained
findings which may pave the way
to a Deuer understandig of air
oxidation and corrosion of mate
Max T. Rogers, stud vine how
oxygen and similar materials are
ings -through the use of pwerful
magnets ana oeicate balances.
"Molecules of oxveea and timilir
substances display peculiar proper properties
ties properties when placed between the poles
of a magnet," he aaid. "Each mole molecule
cule molecule sends a signal which tells
something about hew it i attached
to the surface of a solid."
By stydying lane numbers of
moleclues, it is possible to obtain
in romatioa about corrosios, Rog
ers saio. - -.
Day Service Sunday
Af Ancon Cathedral
A special service of the "Mass "Massing
ing "Massing of the Colors" will be held at
the Cathedral of St. Luke in An Ancon
con Ancon Sunday morning at 11:00 o'
clock, in observancs of Veteran's
Color guards from the Army,
Navy, Air Force and Marines,
and of the Boy Scouts of Ameri America,
ca, America, will present their colors in
procession and at the altar for a
blessing at the close of the cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. Rear Adm. George H. Wales,
commandant of the 15th Naval
District, will deliver a memorial
to the men and women who have
ven their lives in the service of
their country. Col. Frank D. Mil
ler of the Carrooean commana,
will deliver the address, and Lt.
Col. Frank B. Rinn, commandant
of the U.S.A.F. School of Latin
America at Albrook Air Force
Base, will read the lessson irom
The Very Rev. Mainert J. Pe Peterson,
terson, Peterson, Dean of the Cathedral
will officiate during the prayer
service, and Bishop H. H e b e r
Gooden, will receive the colors at
the altar and officiate during the
ceremony of the massing of the
colors. The Rev. Allen M. Stuhl,
assistant to the Dean, will deliver
a memorial prayer during tne
The public Is invited to s h a r e
the service, and will be .welcomed
at a "Coffee Mmuie" wnicn ioi ioi-iows
iows ioi-iows afterwards in Bishop Morris
Asphalt Firm Likes
To Hire Older Men
In 45-65 Brackets
FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP)
T if- ma hoffin at 40. but it's still
going strong at 60 at the Panther
Company, a producer of cold proc process
ess process asphalt roofing compounds.
Th firm nrefera to hire men be
tween the age of 45 to 65 because it
has found them more serious serious-minded,
minded, serious-minded, past the stage of get-rich-quick
schmes that fade out, and
more productive man jrounger
Panther has 290 men between
the ages of 60 and 80 who are
still producing business for the
comoany. The 60 and 80 group
is known as the "Sizzling Sixty"
club which has its own president,
vice president, secretary and ser-geant-at-arms.
A. B. Canning, president Of tne
company, said the men must have
some sales ability, business judg
ment and a desire to continue to
"This is not an endeavor to ex exploit
ploit exploit manpower." Canning said.
"Our orientation and training pro program
gram program is too thorough and expensive
to waste on curiosity seekers. We
are interested in any man who de desires
sires desires to continue active and who
wants to continue making money,
no matter what his age may be.
It s a healthful type of work
hat doesn't require strenuous
physical exertion. In addition, it
ia me type oi worK wnere we sales salesman
man salesman is his own boss and has no
time-clock to punch. Hence, a
man in his 60's or 70's who na naturally
turally naturally is more apt to tire sooner
than a younger man, is at liberty
to -khock on' anytime he feels he
is beginning to overdo it'
t. ne firm operates in 48 states
and 67 foreign countries.
Five States Bar
In New Housing
CHICAGO (UP ) Siscrimina-
tion is now prohibited by five states
in housing financed by morteieps
backed by government agencies, th"
national Association of Housing
and Redevelopment Official re
Jour os the states, Massachu
setts, New Jersey, Oregon and
Washington, added the laws this
year, New York had passed legisla legislation
tion legislation earlier.
Bills nrohibitin felai in inv
bousing, whether publicly backed
or not, came near passage but fail failed
ed failed in the Minnesota and New York
Minnesota's legislature, how however,
ever, however, set up a commission to inves investigate
tigate investigate the need ofr such legislation
in the state.
1 1 m
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The United States Tax Court has
ordered New York gambler Frank
Costello's plush New Orleans gam gambling
bling gambling casino to pay $175,000 in
The government originally
claimed that the casino, the Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Club, owed $578,410 in taes
for the years 1948, 1949, 1950, and
But the court, in a decision
handed down without comment
Oct. 18 by Chief Judge J. E. Mur Mur-dock,
dock, Mur-dock, cleared the club of any lia liability
bility liability for back taxes in 1950. The
government claimed the casino
owed $109,255 for that year.
Settlement of the case was long
delayed because Costello's person personal
al personal records were tied up by sub sub-pena
pena sub-pena in the U. S. District Court
in New York and the Court of
The club was operated as a
gambling house under- a partner partner-shin
shin partner-shin Costello had with Carlos Mar Mar-cello,
cello, Mar-cello, now fighting deportation;
Philip Dandy Phil Kastel, the
club president, and A. G. Freddy)
The casino was closed several
years ago after Sen. Estes Ke Ke-fauver
fauver Ke-fauver (D-Tenn) took his Senate
Crime Investigating Committee to
New Orleans to investigate rack racketeering
eteering racketeering and gambling.
Since then, the club's owners
have been trying to sell the land
JwmS 1 Vf iSfelSj
SMILING HAPPILY after receiving a certificate of service and
a bracelet in recognition of ten years of faithful service with
the Caribbean Army and Air Force Exchange Service is Miss
Claire Lam of the Quarry Heights post exchange. Lt, Col.
Franklin B. Simmons, Jr. (right), Quarry Heights post com commander,
mander, commander, made the presentation at a brjef ceremony held re recently
cently recently at the exchange. Looking on Is Oerardo, Pltterson
(left), exchange manager. Miss Lam has worked at'exchanges
on the post of Fort Kobbe, Fort Clayton and Quarry Heights
as a cashier and typist during her ten years with the service,
y (U.S. Army Photo)
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September temperatures are expected to average below normal
oyer moat areas weat of the Continental Divide as well as along
the extreme northern border ef the country, and la th far
Southeast. Above-normal temperature! ar anticipated over
th remainder of the nation and along the California muL
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motels or a. hotel.
At issue in the tax case were
tax reductions claimed by the
gambling casino for the four
The government disallowed such
items as $2,000 the club sent to
Orleans, France, to restore a stat statue
ue statue of Joan of Arc there, and $10, $10,-000
000 $10,-000 paid to Costello for "services
The largest items disallowed,
however, were losses claimed by
the club on its gambling opera operations.
tions. operations. Under tax laws, gambling
losses may be claimed as a de deduction
duction deduction provided winnings are list listed.
ed. listed. The government argued that the
losses should have been deducted
on a daily or weekly average ba
sis whereas the club entered loS'
sea on an annual basis.
Losses claimed by the casino
and denied by the government as
non-taxable income were: $496,109
for 1948, $348,571 for 1949, $441,873
for 1950, and $55,233 for 1951.
The government claimed $195,-
136 in back taxes tor i4, ana
the tax court ruled that $36,730
actually was owed.
In 1949, the government claimed
an additional $147,051 in back tax
es. The court granted $24,652.
In 1951, the government claimed
$126,969 in back taxes and the tax
court granted $113,618.
Will Hold Dane
On Saturday Night
There will De a aance oaiuraay
nieht starting at nine o'clock at
the Veterans of Foreign Wars
Post No. 3835 in Cocoli. Music
will be furnished by the Cotton
Mr. And Mrs- Beck
Make Their Hem
In St. Petersburg, Fla.
fr .ri Mrt A. E. Beck, for
mer Atlantic side residents, have
established their home in the
States in St. Petersburg), Fla.
lack aetlea far lecluilae la this
column shaula be submittsa' M
type-wriHen farm ana mailea1 a
th box number liatae' aaily In
cial and Otharwisa," r 'llvertd
by hind H tha office. Natieas of
mtating cannot be aMantee bf
Club Board Meeting
Th r.rihhcin CnWoen Club EX-
Dnaril will meet this CVC-
ining at 7:30 at the Cristobal Red
Cross Building, according
E. G. Bissett, president. All board
members are urged to attend.
The meeting oi tne ran-Am-can
Festival Chorus orginally
scheduled for this evening has
..n.n Mamhiri will be
notifiedof the next meetmg date.
Gon. George W. Genthals
Poit Will Moot Tomorrow
The next regular business meet-
t tha r.nral Gear St W. GOC-
thals Post No. 3835 Veterans of
Foreign Wars ofthe U. S. will he
held at the Post Home in Cocoli.
l..nm avsnintf it 8:30. All
members that can possibly come
to this meeting are asueo io i i-tend.
tend. i-tend. 'Creative Man1
In American Scene
rtiTPAnn rnp The "cre
ative man' will become increasing'
ly important in the society oi me
iiiinra in tha nnininn of Dr. John
T. Re'ttaliata, president of Illinois
Institute of Technology.
ithe educatr said greater em-
nhoi mint, be nlaced on creative
oaiakrch to' sear industry to the
needs of the vastly expanded-econ
omy predicted for the future.
He told the Skokie Valley Indus
trial Association in suburban Lin-
colnwood in a recent address that
new knowledge and techniques will
be needed to realize the nation's
Rettaliata said advances in sci science
ence science and technology will be need needed
ed needed to compensate lor the "alarm
ing depletion o' natural resources.
"Greater productivity per man-
hour will be required since the rate
of increase of the effective labor
force will not equal that of the
population growth," he said.
Rettaliata called for more en encouragement
couragement encouragement o high school stu students
dents students to choose careers in science
asd engineering and "more em emphasis
phasis emphasis on incentives to encourage
those who have the ability for ad
58 Percent Of US
Aircraft Are Now
Over 10 Years Old
MADISON, Wis. (UP) The
Civil Aeronautics Administration
reports that 58 per cent of the
87,531 registered aircraft in the
country were built before 1948,
DC-3's account for more than
one-fifth of the aircraft flying
scheduled service according to the
CAA. No planes of this type have
oeen mint since 1945.
The number of nrivate nlanes
per population is highest in the
western states of Montana, Nevada,
Wyoming, South Dakota and Idaho.
with ratios f one for every 696
persons to one xor every 967.
This Seems To Be
The Only Solution
PITTSFIELD. Mass. (UP)
City councilman John F. Fraser
promised his constituents he would
be available at any time by tele telephone,
phone, telephone, but he didn't bank on his
17-year-old daughter, Judy.
She just kept chattering and
chattering with her friends over
the phone. So Fraser acted. The
current telephone directory lists
the phones at Fraser's residence:
Fraser, John F. r 182 Hancock
Children's telephone, 182 Han Hancock
cock Hancock rd. 969.
Better Call Doc
If Man Bites Man
CHICAGO-(UP)-It is entirely
possible for a oerson- with rabiea to
apread that disease to other hu humans,
mans, humans, according to an expert on
Dr. Karl F. Meyer of San Fran
cisco said for that reason any per person
son person who has been exposed to the
saliva of a human suffering rabies
should be inoculated.
Dr. Meyer, in an iditonal in the
Journal of the American Medical
Association, said that the. saliva of
a rabid person contains the rabies
Tirus, aou ii rai; couiauiinaie uic
skia and clothing jf persons try-
According to a letter received
from the Becks they have move
into a new home at 7475 19th Ave. J
north, in St. Petersburg. He said.
they arrived there in time to at
tend a recent picnic of the Flor-J
ida chapter of the ranama Canat
Society. ., v
Mr. Beck retired from Cans
aervice last -June. He had ntanf
years in service wiui uio noij
organization and was Superintends)
ent of the Terminals Division at
the time of his retirement.
Make that first fraa vta'rt
to our Stauffer Salon.,
Fraa, figura Analysis)
7th Ave. (Via Espafia)
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
THtJRSDAT, NOVEMBER 1, 1957
1 1 .'
ggies Oklahoma, Auburn Favored To Extend Unbeaten
,t' fir ij
4ggies Picked By 2 TDs,
Sobners 18-Point Choice
A i O
NEW YORK (UP) Texas A&M,
(!'. (Oklahoma and Auburn the top
I 81 of college football are f a-
: iV60" extend their unbeaten and
1 v f fltied j- records through another
'i I'eekerid of head-knocking,
i ; I The, Aggies, who replaced Okla-
i i Mmi i the tnn-rinM tpnm in
v I ia tnafilr'i ITnitoH Proct rnfmnc
re v picked to defeat Southern
ethodist by at least two touch
Oklahoma is an 18-pomt favor-
i" y, to make Missouri its 47th con-
Ul Jscutive victim, and third-ranked
liLiJ i UDurn
y 4& e
is the choice by eight
1 Alflt Avar Micclccinni
AH other members of the United
Hr88 top 10 are favored by at
ctast one touchdown. Michigan
tatt is a 14-point pick over Notre
J'me, Iowa is 7 over Minnesota,
Jfrio State is 7 over Purdue, Army
a prohibitive "out" choice over
ah, Navy is 6 over Duke, Michi Michi-an
an Michi-an is 6 over Illinois, Oregon is
over Washington and Tennes-
e is 7 over Georgia Tech.
Three games were rated as toss-
pa Nebraska at Iowa State,
at Detroit and South
arolina at North Carolina. In
ames with one-point spreads, In In-fana
fana In-fana was favored over Cincinnati,
.rkansas over Rice and UCLA
'ver Washington State.
Here are the point spreads for
ther leading Saturday games by
'.East Boston Co'Iege 4 over
ston University; Dartmouth 19
ver Columbia: Brown 4 over Cor
nell; Princeton 14 over Harvard;
Yale 7 over Penn; Syracuse 7 over
Holy Cross; West Virginia 6 over
Midwest Kansas 5 over Kan
sas State; Wisconsin 8 over North
western; Penn State 20 over Mar
South North Carolina State 17
over William and Mary; Clemson
4 over Maryland; Virginia Tech 2
over Wake Forest; Florida 9 over
Georgia; Alabama 7 over Tulane;
Mississippi 11 over LSU; Vander-
bilt 7 over Kentucky.
Southwest Texas 5 over Baylor.
Pacific Coast Oregon State 7
over California; Stanford 6 over
Archie Moore Offers
. latest Victim Shot
'SEATTLE (UP) Light-heavy-"
eight champion Archie Moore,
o decisioned Eddie Cotton in a
) ; J-round non-title bout here Tues Tues-'ay
'ay Tues-'ay night, today offered his latest
victim a shot at the crown "if cer cer-'lin
'lin cer-'lin arrangements can he made."
. Moore, 192, floored Cotton, mVa,
tree times but was tired and
- lowing -at the finish,
t I .Moore forced the fight nearly all
lie way but had to go all out to
: jep pace with Cotton over the
at five rrtun'ds Thp rhamninn
: jcked Cotton ones in the third
sd twice in thefifth, all for pine
Over Wilf Greaves
DENVER (UP) Joey Giardello
said today he did his best to make
light of it in his simple unani
mous victory over young Wilf
Greaves m a 10-round middle middleweight
weight middleweight bout at Denver Tuesday
He couldn t say the same for his
21-year-old Canadian opponent who
fights out of Pittsburgh.
"It takes two to make a fight
you know," Giardello said when
questioned about the booing that
echoed through the Denver Coli Coliseum.
seum. Coliseum. "I think I did my part."
Giardello, incidentally, has quite
a winning streak working. He has
won 12 of his last 13 fights. The
other was a no-decision bout, so
he actually has a winning streak
Now, Giardello wants to meet
one of the top niiddleweights
champion Carmen BasiJio or Gene
Fullmer, former champion. Giar Giardello
dello Giardello is third-ranked contender be
hind Sugar Ray Robinson and Full
LOS ANGELES, Not. 7
(UP) Alphonse Halimi of
France last night won the
world bantamweight boxing
championship on a split deci decision
sion decision over Raul "Raton" Ma.
cias of Mexico before a crowd
of 20,000 screaming fans in
Both fighters kept up a ter terrific
rific terrific pace throughout the
thrilling battle with Macias re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly outboxing and outjab outjab-bing
bing outjab-bing his harder hitting oppo opponent.
nent. opponent. Halimi landed the heavier
punches and scored heavily in
the infighting and in exchang
Homecoming Game to Wind up
Mt Hope Activities For 1957
Lead In $5,000
'Victor Mature in "Demetrius
I And The Gladiator"
Tyrone Power in
Kt "BLOOD AND SAND"
(TODAY IDEAL .25 .15
i Bing Crosby in
? "HIGH SOCIETY"
Rock Hudson In
"SOMETHING of VALUE"
APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (UP)
The second and final round tof the
$5,000 Apple Valley Invitational
Golf tournament gels under way
with the long hitters among the
touring professionals in command
of the situation.
George Bayer, the ex-football
player from Dallas, Tex., was in
front with a three-under-par 68;
and right behind him came Mike
Souchak from Grossingers, N.Y.,
with a 69. Both are known as
among the longest knockers in the
Only three others out of the 15
professionals competing were able
to crack par on the Apple Valley
Country Club. Fred Hawkins, El
Paso. Tex.. Ernip Vnssler. Mid-
jland, Tex., and Ed (Porky) Olr-
t ver, Lanton, Mass., each ITad 70.
NEW YORK, Nov. 7 (UP)
Officials of the Dodgers and Gi
ants meet in secret with the rep
resentatives of the Pacific Coast
Leaeue todav in an effort to set
tie upon satisfactory indemnity
sums without eoing to court.
Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick called the meeting, and
will sit in on it, but denied he
would serve as arbitrator. He
said he set up the meeting "at
the reauest of the interested
parties" and that they would dis
cuss "the reorganization oi uic
Pacific Coast League and the
questions of realignment."
However, it was known that
the big problem was the money
to be paid the PCL for encroach encroachment
ment encroachment on its territory by the
Brooklyn (now Los Angeles)
Dodgers and New York (now
San Francisco) Giants.
It was reliably reported from
last week's meeting at Sacra
mento, Calif., that the Giants
and Dodgers each- offered only
$50,000 to the PCL. Some PCL
owners were talking of sums as
high as $l-million, and have
threatened law suits.
Leslie O'Connor, president of
the PCL, and two PCL owners,
Dewey Soriano of Seattle and
Clyde Perkins of Portland, will
represent their league.
BILL GIBSON Ace Cristobal
By TREVOR SIMONS
Pretty Stephl Beck, Cristobal
High School's "homecoming"
queen, wui welcome the Atnletlc
Club to Mt. Hope stadium for
the final football game of 1957
at Mt. nope staaium.
The game is a battle for sur
vivai Tor tne Tigers against a
relaxed Junior college eleven
with not a thing to lose and ev
ery thing to gain. jr. College has
already been eliminated from
the 1957 football race and Cris
tobal can hope for only a tie in
the nnai outcome.
For C.H.S. to finish In a tie
they must win their next two
games tomorrow's Mt. Hope fi
nale against College and the fol following
lowing following Friday at Balboa Stadium
against the heavily backed Bull Bulldogs.
dogs. Bulldogs. Cristobal's football queen Ste Stephl
phl Stephl Beck, and her court of Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High j School lovelies, will
preside over the activities at Mt.
Hope Stadium tomorrow night
and officially get the "home "homecoming"
coming" "homecoming" game underway.
The Tigers will be at the same
strength they showed in their
previous game against Junior
College which they won 6-0. All
injuries seem to be healed as the
Blue and Gold prepare to stay in
the fight with a repeat victory
over the Green. Devils.
Jr. college, on the other hand.
did not have Joe Cicero available
when they dropped the decision
Iprninronymnnil MHIIIII imilliyilillMlMi
tditor: CONRADO SARGEANT
STEPHI BECK Cristobal
High School Football Queen
who will preside over activities
at tomorrow night's homecom homecoming
ing homecoming game at Mount Hope Stadium.
to Cristobal. So wth the addi addition
tion addition of Cicero, both teams rate
evenly for a victory in tomor
row night's contest.
A large crowd is expected at
Mt. Hope Stadium to bid fare farewell
well farewell to football on the Atlantic
Side as the Tigers play their fi final
nal final home game of 1957. Kick-off
time is 7 p.m.
Nov. 6. N
191 lbs., caught bv Jim SIovm-
boat Who Cares.
161 lbs., caucht bv T. Stvlp
130 lbs., caught by L.
120 lbs., caught by F.
114 lbs., caught by C.
115 lbs., caught by Lena
chett, boat Nolo.
Sallfish, 130 lbs., caught by
Kodock, boat Malolo.
To date Col. Mbucha's 647 lb.
marlin is toD contender for t h a
first place marlin.
Robbie Robinson on the La Ray
is leading for first place in the
saimsh group with 155 lbs.
Ruth Tortorici is leading the la
dies with a 129 lb. sailfish caueht
from the Caiman.
Lena Burchett caught her first
9-thread sailfish in six minutes minutes-weight
weight minutes-weight 115 lbs. fishing aboard
Chubby Wright, aboard the Nau
tilus, raised and lost a six-thread
Leslie Adams, fishing aboard the
Agewood, hooked a marlin on a
feather but the fish broke the line.
Erdelatz Said You Have To Be
Little Goofy To Be Grid Coach
By UNITED PRESS
RICHMOND, Calif. -Hank Casey
159, San Francisco, decisioned
Dick Lane, 160, Boise, Idaho, (10).
By OLIVER MORRISON
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (UP) He
once said "you have to be a little
goofy to be a football coach."
He isn t goofy at all but rather,
as one writer once described him,
"as knowing as a chief petty offi officer
cer officer and as wise as an admiral."
He isn't a braggart but was
quick to say "we feel we are
going to win every game we
He's Eddie Erdelatz of Navy,
the United Press Coach of the
Week after his Navy team
whipped previously unbeaten No
tre Dame, 20-6, Saturday and
proved that sailors can travel via
land and air, too.
Best Starting Backfield
Erdelatz has developed possibly
the best starting backfield in the
SAN JOSE, Calif. Willie Mor
ton. 143. San Jose, KO'd Steve
Tony, 144, Manila, (8).
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Inasmuch as there were only
silt teams hnwlinf? thi ivppk rlup
to the Elks-Pepsi Cola postpone
ment (to be rolled Friday night)
the standings of the league will
not he entirely accurate pending
the outcome of the postponed
However, the Elks have their
work cut out for them if they ex
pect to stay on top of the heap
as Grants Standfast is making
their bid for the lead. They took
three points from the Aces being
led by Brooks with a 506 while
Spinney led the Aces with a 521.
Casa Yohros held their own as
they took three points from the
banners. Finnegan s fine 583 se
ries led the Yohros men while the
best the Shriners could produce
was a 463 by Blakely.
The Police only took one point
and dropped into vacationing John
Dougan led the Plumbers with a
514 while Collins 537 led the Cops.
Note of Thanks: We want to
take this opportunity to thank the
league for the lovely present that
was presented to us Tuesday
night, Oct. 29. Also thanks to Hel Helen
en Helen Light and (Bev Halliday. It be
ing a lovely mirror is something
that if the good Lord spares us
we can look at and it will reflect
the faces and memories of the
fine people that thought enough
of us to do this on this occasion,
Terry and Ed Spinnty
Team W L
Grants Standfast 19 13
Casa Yohros 18 14
Police Assn 17 15
Wright Bros. 17 15
Shriners 14 18
Aces 13 19
833 801 830 2464
813 826 804 2443
DeVoll 172 149 125
Brooks 167 140 199
ACTION and VIOLENCE 1
Broderick Crawford In
j omoffow j
i.io per JAKI
DEAN MARTIN I
- JERRY LEWIS In
. "AT WAR WITH J
THEARMY" m j
Robinson 147 165 183 495
Oesterle 147 165 142 454
Brown 149 157 192 498
Hogan 153 168 170 500
Finnegan 198 182 203 583
Totals 794 837 899 2530
Hughes 110 130 95 335
Reed 109 152 128 389
Specht 101 124 179 404
Balkely 150 163 150 463
Judge 121 198 126 443
591 765 78 2034
98 98 98 294
Totals 789 863 776 2328
Gould 156 113 137 406
Wright 167 163 152 482
ButZ 164 167 181 512
Hicks 206 154 154 514
Watson 154 181 145 480
847 778 769 2394
14 14 14 42
nation. In fact, he was so satis satisfied
fied satisfied during spring practice that he
called a halt after 17 days (three
less than the NCAA limit).
Don't get the idea that the 44-year-old
Erdelatz is over-confident.
He just knows a good thing
when he sees it. When Navv wins.
he gives the credit to "our sreat
players." When the Middies lose,
he says "it's all my fault."
Living up to personal tradition
Erdelatz attributed the win over
Notre Dame to his ulavers. assist
ant coaches and the Navy student
We have exceptional spirit at
the Academy," he explained. "The
Midshipment chipped in $550 to
have their cheers pined into the
Notre Dame Stadium.
Easy Going Fellow
Eddie is easy fioine. auirk tn
iaugn ana insists mat everyone
call him by his first name, a nov novelty
elty novelty at Annapolis where just about
everyone except the waterboy
rates a "sir."
After graduation from St.
Mary's College in California in
jjo, ,raeiatz served as line or
end coach at his alma mater, the
University of San Francisco, Navy
and the professional San Francis Francisco
co Francisco 49'ers, with time out for a hitch
as a World War II naval officer.
Will Navy beat Army again this
"We have enough to worry about
this week against Duke Erdelatz
smiled. "We play them one at a
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Cristobal :15, 8:00
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DIABLO 7:00 GATUN 7:00
MARGARITA 6:15 & 7:55
The Left Hand of God"
Santa Cms 6:15, 8:15
"Take The Hih
LA BOCA 7:0t only
and "Return From
PARAISO 6:15, 8:55
The Maw" 7:35 only
Camp Blerd 6:15, 8:13
and "Pnrple Heart
Lobster-snatching is one of the
least expensive forms of skin div diving
ing diving and a heck of a lot of fiin.
All you need to start, is a pair of
swim fins, a face mask, a sturdy
knife, and a pair of common cot cotton
ton cotton work gloves.
It might be sensible to explain
the knife at the start. You see, a
small percentage- of lobsters have
the discouraging habit of living
with moray eels. The moray eel,
according to various sources of
information has a poisonous bite
and never lets go. This eel, sup supposedly
posedly supposedly anchors its tail in a hole,
bites its victim and holds on un until
til until the victim drowns.
The knife you carry then, is a
precautionary measure so that in
the event you are bitten by a
moray eel, you will be able to cut
off its head and thus escape. Now
before you drop lobster snatch
ing as being too dangerous, 1 e t
me reassure you. I have only seen
two persons bitten underwater hy
moray eels. Both of these bites
were very minor the eel let go
immediately, and no ill effects re resulted
sulted resulted from the bites. Both were
a result of the skin diver missing
uie lODster and grabbing the eel
The eel's appearance is men menacing,
acing, menacing, and they do have a dis disconcerting
concerting disconcerting habit of snapping at
skin divers who approach too
clob;ly. However, unless physi physical
cal physical contact is made, I doubt ve very
ry very much that the eel will bite
Of course, I still carry a knife.
You never know when you will
need it, and itj makes a handy
tool for poking around.
The next item worthy of discus
sion is the gloves. Cotton gloves
seem to work better than leather,
as leather is too stiff and prevents
quick movements. The type of lob
ster tound in this area is called
the spiny lobster because of its
appearance. It has several jows
of sharp spines on its back which
are about a half inch long and
point backwards. Aside from fur
nishing protection to the hands,
the gloves sometimes catch on the
spines and enable you to hold on
to your lobster.
Now that you are equippped, I
suppose you want to know where
to find the lobsters. The really
good spots are secret, and few
skin divers will divulge the loca location
tion location of their favorite lobster
"hole." However, as a start, here
are two easily accessible spots on
the Pacific side where you are j
sure to lind them.
The first and most easily acces accessible
sible accessible is at Flamenco Island on the
Fort Amador Causeway. On your
right, approaching the island by
way oi tne causeway you will see
a metal tripod about ten feet high,
built on the rocks. The area from
ine poim wnere the causeway
meets tne island, to the tnpod, is
an excellent hunting ground. The
tripod will only be visible at low
tide, but then low tide is the best
time to catch lobsters.
Another area 'worthy of note,
the nrean side of Vena do Is Island.
land. Island. This island i off Ft. Kob Kob-m
m Kob-m oeacn and at low tide y o it
can walk out rhore. Bo careful
that the incoming tide doesn't
leave you stranded on the island.
At first, confine your lobster
hunting to low tide. Look into ev
ery hole you see in the rocks at
depths ranging from three to eight
feet That water will probably
not be clear, but if you can t e
four feet, it's good enough. Usual Usually
ly Usually a lobster will sit in a bole and'
leave his "feelers'' or antenna
After you've spotted One keep
as far away as you can get and
still see, and examine the bole for
eels. If the bole is "clean," posi position
tion position yourself carefully, and avoid
ing the antenna, make a lightning!
A lohster moves backward and il
you hesitate you will miss.
If you touch the antenna the
lobster will depart, so try not to
touch them. Grabbing the antenna
will do no good at all, as they are
very brittle and will break right
off. Your first few attempts will
be fruitless, but as your confi confidence
dence confidence increases, so will your
You wiH probably note t h a t
some of the lobster have a "back
dpor" to their particular how,,
and depart post haste at theirst
sight' of danger. A diving compa companion
nion companion will prove invaluable In these
instances and many times the
"back door" eatch will exceed
Lobster should he kept alive, I
like to keep them in a burlan has.
Try to keep them out of the sun
and wet the bag occasionally, a
hand caught lobster will usually
stay alive all day if nroterterl
from heat. It isn't advisable to
spear a lobster because they will
usually tear off the spear and es escape
cape escape to die later. A speared lob lobster
ster lobster will live only a short time
and a dead lobster is hardlv worth
cooking. I i
If you are having lots of trou trouble
ble trouble catching these elusive crea creatures,
tures, creatures, and need help I would sug suggest
gest suggest that you get an automatia
gaff. This is a claw shaped instru instrument
ment instrument which can be mounted on a
broomstick. A triggering devico
closes the claw, the irfetant an ob
ject is touched. I have found this
tool to he very effective on lob lobsters
sters lobsters and it is available locally.-at
the Atlantic Tarpon Club. An ail.
tomatic gaff will often pierced a
lobster, however it is much mora
effective than a spear.
Knowing how to catch a lob lob-for
for lob-for is only half the battle.
Cooking a lobster' it an art, so
don't let your spouse got hold
of your "treasures" and experi experiment.
ment. experiment. My favorite methods is
1. Boil some salted water tv.
your lobsters i alive) anH hnMin,
the antenna back, put them in
head first. When they turn bright
red, take them out and dip them
in cold water.
2. Pull the tails out and th
the rest away it isn't worth
fooling with. Remove' the shell
from the tails 'and slit them in
half to remove the intestine.
3. Simmer a pound of butter in
a pot and let it boil slowly for a a-bout
bout a-bout five minutes. With a spoon,
remove all the foam on the top
(This is important).
4. Put your lobster tails in the
bulter and boil for fifteen m 1 fl flutes.
utes. flutes. Continue to spoon tha foam
off the top. v
5. Eat while hot. -' ;
I hope your first efforts art
successful Because there's nothing
quite like catching and eating
your first lobster. "v"
Next week's column -will deal
with the Gatun spillway and tha
Tarpon Club a study in con conservation
servation conservation and what it michf ar-
Did you know
That skin diving is only half
ss expensive today as it was in
19517 A full set of basic equip equip-ment
ment equip-ment in 1951 cost approximately
sixty dollars and now you can set
the best for about half that a-
mount In 1951. a tank of earn.
pressed air cost over sevel dot-'
lars and now K costs between on -and
three dollars depending on
the source. Interesting in this
day of rising prices, isn't K?
The latest rumor is that
The EI Panama Skin Rivera
wui stan uieir
Agrab for the lobster's midsection, program early this dry season.
ITHURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1957
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How would you go about trying
io' determine where the best col college
lege college football in the country is play played?
ed? played? pirect competition is out for
obvious reasons. As a rule Bowl
games confuse rather than clarify.
And the same, is true of other in in-tersectionals.
tersectionals. in-tersectionals. Iowa beat Oregon State in the
Rose Bowl last New Year's Day,
but beyond stressing further the
' superiority of the Big Ten over the
Pacific Coast Conference the re result
sult result had no national significance
whatever. How for instance would
Iowa have fared against undefeat undefeated,
ed, undefeated, untied Oklahoma? A guess is
as close to an answer as you can
ever hope to get on a matter of
Still, Iowa, on this occasion, was
the elite of the Big Ten, and the
Big Ten, i should be noted, has
long been acclaimed as one of the
jnost powerful ciriuits in the
sport. There are some who rate
it team for team, as the most pow powerful
erful powerful of all. Unlike the Big Eight,
where only Oklahoma stands out,
the Big Ten each season fields
four, or five, teams of commanding
presence and potency.
It could he that the Big Ten is
really pre-eminent. Prove it? That
is something else. After all, there
are some very rugged circuits in
the South and the Southwest, and
who is there to say for sure that
they can t do as much with a
football as the Big Ten blokes?,
Even when the probelm is stated
in more general terms, section a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst section, Midwest against
Southeast or Southwest; it still
remains a matter of personal opi opinion,
nion, opinion, colored all too often by tra traditional
ditional traditional fervors and old-school tie
So let us turn to the dispassionate
pros and see if they can lend a
helpful band. When you come right
down to it, who would know more
about the caliber of college mate material
rial material and where to look for it than
the pros, whose business is
search out the best?
It's CIom Fit
A check of theip current person personnel
nel personnel tends to support the Big Ten's
position...but by a surprisingly
thin margin. The Mid westerners
lead all other circuits with 64
former stars now playing in the
pro league; next comes the South Southeaster
easter Southeaster (that would be Auburn, Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, Georgia Tech. Tulane, et
al) with 39, the PCC with 47, and
the Southwest with 33. The Big
Ten and the Southeastern have
representation...ranging from one
to 10 players...on eacn of the 12
to teams, the only circuits with
across the board recognition.
If you include Notre Dame (18)
and the Mid-American cicuit (7),
along with the Big Ten, the Mid Midwest
west Midwest pro total rises to 89; and
If you add the Atlantic Coast cir circuit
cuit circuit (24) 1 and the Southern cir circuit
cuit circuit (7) to the Southeastern'! 59,
the South 's pro aggregate climbs
to 90. So If we accept this as a
logical measuring means; neither
the Big Ten or the Midwest can
claim undisputed dominance in
college football. ...
. Michigan St. (H), Purdue (i2)
and Ohio St. (10) have the highest!
Big Ten representation in the pro
leagUe: Mississippi and Kentucky.!
with eight apiece, are the most
liberal feeders in the Southeast-
i era ; soutner uaiitorma tops me
PCC with 13 and OKlahoma s se seven
ven seven paces the Big Eight.
We suppose there is some sordid
connection between these figures
and what are whimsically known
as fumble factories, but if there
is we would probably be too dumb
to spot it anyway
There are two populous college
groups which play what you might
call free-lance football. They are
not members of any formalized
loop or league. For the purpose of
this paper they ara classified as
big and small independents. Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh for example would be a big
independent, College of Pacific, a
The big independents are re-
Same Old Faces Dominating
NFL Individual Performances
PHILADELPHIA (VP) The Na National
tional National Football League skipped
past the. halfway point in its 12
game schedule with the same old
luces uuiuuiauug me muiviuuai
Tommy Wilson of Los Angeles
was the top rustfer (496 yards) for
the fourth week in a row; Eddie
LeBaron of Washington, averaging
10.15 yards gained for every pass
thrown, led the passers and Clyde
Conner of San Francisco led the
pass receivers with 27 comple
But George Blanda ot the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago (Bears put his best foot for-
tinrrf tn nnt Jim MntQnhAller nf
Baltimore as leading point-makerf
Norm Van Brocklin of Los An Angeles
geles Angeles continued to set the punting
pace with a 45.4 average; Joe
Scudero of Washington led the
pun-return pack with a 9.3 aver average
age average and Don Mc Ilhenny of Green
Bay was head man in (he kickoff kickoff-return
return kickoff-return department with a 32.3
Jack Butler of Pittsburgh inter intercepted
cepted intercepted three passes last Sunday to
boost his season total to a high
of eight, two more than Jack
Christiansen of Detroit,
Hugh Mc Elhenny of San Fran
cisco picked up 29 yards On Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, but not enough to better Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's 498 yards on 97 attempts for
a 5.1 average. Mc Elhenny -has
gained 419 yards on 88 carries for
a 4.8 average.' Jimmy Brown of
Cleveland picked up 109 yards to
vault from sixth to third place.
Tommy O'Connell of Cleveland
trails LeBaron in the passing de department,
partment, department, holding second- place,
with 35 completions out of 59 at
tempts for 547 yards and three
touchdowns. His average is 9.27.
compared to LeBaron's 10.15.
Although Conner held sway for
the fourth straight week as the top
pass receiver, Jack lie Clairen of
futsnurgn caugnt seven last week
to leap from, seventh to second
place with a total of 24 for 315
yards. Jim Dooley of the Chicago
Bears was third with 22.. .,
To Avenge Only
By TREVOR SIMONS
Th. Rnllrfnff of Balboa- High
School seek vengeance tonight at
Baiboa Stadium in scneauieu ex exhibition
hibition exhibition contest against the Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Club, ot, including the Jam
boree, the omy blemish on an oth
erwise peneci recoruui xou.,
has been a 7-6 defeat handed the
Bulldogs at the hands of the Athletic-Club.
Other than that one
tram Balboa High remains un-
smreH uoon in a regular four
ThP talent-laden Bulldogs are
expected to throw the mil force
nf thsir substitution Dower gainst
the A.C. in an effort to complete
ly vindicate their previous loss to
Their No. 1 backfield attack con
sists of Tom McKeown. Charlie
French. Gary. Ness and Bruce
Bateman. But this is hot the Bal
boa secret weapon. Against a tir tiring
ing tiring team they can still employ
four other talented backfield ar
tists in Joe Reynolds, Joe
Trower. Don Ryter and freshman
sensation Buz Rathgeber who are
capable of keeping the Bulldogs
at near full strength while the
first platoon rests.
Aeainst the full force of Balboa,
the Athletic Club will throw weight
and experience in an effort to say
that they have defeated the C.Z.
champions twice. Another Mc
Keown, Bill, brother of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa quarterback, will call the
plays for the Rams and will once
more attempt to employ his pass passing
ing passing powers plus the receiving of
end Curtis Jennes towards a vic
tory. Jack Winktosky, a recent
addition to the A.C roster, gives
the working boys added strength
in the backfield, or at end where
the ex-BHS player performs ad
It wouldn t be too surprising,
though, if the A.C. shifted around
a bit after the tremendous -iuc-cess
they enjoyed against Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal in a turn-about lineup. Bill
Rankin and Carl Tuttle should do
most of the running for A.C. with
the forward wall of Lomedico, O-
liver and Dyer forming a nearly
impregnable defense and a hard hardhitting,
hitting, hardhitting, offense.
jvicK-on time tonignt is set ior
7 p.m. with A.C. seeking to take
the lead in the unofficial stand
ings and Balboa tuning up for
their, season finale next week Fri Friday
day Friday against the Tigers. i Vv
presented in the pro league by 45
grads, the email independents by
a whopping 71. The latter items
is revealing; its shows that good
football players amy be found on
almost amy campus; it also proves
that a big talent is not always
fatally handicapped by a small
Among the big independents, 10
Eastern schools combined to en enroll
roll enroll 28 former stars with the cur current
rent current pios, Pittsburgh leading with
eight, followed by Boston College
with five, and Penn State and
Syracuse, each with four. There
are also three Ivies with the pros
and their' inclusion makes a total
of 31 for the East. A very fine
showing, considering one thing
Blanda took over the scoring
lead as Mutscheller was blanked
for the second straight week and
trails the Bears' punting ace by
three points at 42. Sam Baker of
Washington and Willie Galimore
of the Chicago Bears are tied for
third with 36.
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
The annual tryouts for eight
and nine year old boys, who
would like to take part in Little
League baseball will be held on
Saturday morning, Nov. 9 at 9
a.m. at the Margarita Little
In case of rain, the tryouts will
be held on Tuesday Nov. 12 at
4:30 p.m. and will continue each
afternoon thereafter until all boys
have had a chance to show their
wares to the managers and coach
es of the six league teams.
Registration forms must be fill
ed out and brought to the tryouts
by the aspiring Little Leaguers.
These registration forms are avail
able at Cristobal. Margarita and
Gatun elementary s e h o 1 and
Cristobal Junior High school. Play
er Asent Henry McKlflone will be
on hand to receive the completed
i A boy Is eleigible to take pan
in the tryouts, if be attends a U.
S. rate school; is eight years of
age before April 1, 1958; 'will not
reach his 10th birthday before A A-pril
pril A-pril 1, 1958; and does not reside
on a military post. Boys who re reside
side reside on military posts should ap apply
ply apply for try out with the newly form formed
ed formed Atlantic Armed Forces Little
Tryouts for 10, and 12 y e a r j
old boys will take place next SaU
urday morning Nov. 1$ 1 at 9:00
a.m. at me Marsariu Liuie
League field. 1
III lln 1
mu m tori
THIS IS THE END Michigan State, throws six lettermeh ends at the enemy. Burt Smith,
offensive line coach, discusses pass patterns, w jth. left to right, Dave Kaiser, Larry Harding,
Tony Kolodziej, Harold Dukes, Sam .Williams and Bob Jewett.
CURUNDU MIXED LEAGUE
of a Kind
5 of a Kind vs SUtpen
TiivfiRt came was close, end
ing in favor of the sleepers. 5 of
Kind put up a iiisai s uic;
not believe In surrender, so tney
decided to take the second point
by all means.
The third game was close too
until Ted Bembeneck from me
Sleepers decided the game with
3 strikes m a row, iaiung i u c
game point and total pins point
for his team.
Low Fire vs 5 Acts
x Ace make Justice to their
names by blasting the Low Firts
with 400 and over series by all
Inlavers. On ton of that, the Low
Fires were missing a spai. piu.t
Only Paul Lee ; is worth mention
ing for the Low Fires who made
a 511 series scratcn.
Hl Toppers vs Rockets
Winning by forfeit takes all the
fun and interest that compaction
give: to a match. That was the
case between the Rockets and
Hill Toppers, when only one play
er show" up for the Hill Toppers.
Ancon Bar Grille
Pfaff 2 Maxim's 1
Maxim's were sarpsied by the
seventh place Pfaff sewing circle,
who took the first two games. The
Maxim's Cocktails recovered in
the climax game and chalked it
up in the win side of the ledger.
Little Suzie Christiansen, Pfaff's
popular capitan, showed the way
for both squads with a 454
scratch series, but her handicap
mark fell short to her teammate
Pearl Simms' 539. The M a x l m s
Damsel toasted Bea Lombroia as
their fair headed lady of the eve
ning with a 529 handicap.
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Betty Coleman, captain of" the
Ancon Bar Grille, demonstrated
to her bar maids how to dish it
out to their opponents. Betty was
a real threat. Sne naa me nis
scratch series of 443 and handi handicap
cap handicap high set of 533. Liz Buxton
followed the leader with a 501
handicap' set and also posted high
jingle game of 171.
The opposing captain was also
the boss lady of her group. Jean
Hume had a 437 scratch series.
Her playmate, V. Hassler, came
through with a 410 scratch. The
second game Detween inese iwo
teams was especially tight, with
the Ancon Bar Maids coming
through by 8 pins 813 to 805.
Gliddtn Paint 2 Balboa 1
wifh nnr naint nrincesses from
Glidden paints mixing up 500 and
better sets, the paints covered a
lot of ground in all three games,
but could not whitewash the Bal
boa Beers who rose to ine oc c a a-sion
sion a-sion by also bowling well in the
mid., game -
tK ttrpuerp.ttes nroduced
f"UW v -
the outstanding smgle shot of the
evening, when Bernice wooeris
took a crack at the 3-1U-7 spin
and brought it in lor a spare.
The gals who received gold
stars for their efforts were Gad
Hone' r.rare Moskowitz 520. Loret
t, Park S2fi. Anita Serna 509, and
Kitty VanEmst 541. Only Ruby
Lehman of the Balboas kept up
with this elite Quartette with a
Transport Baxter 2 Zonaitta 1
Baxters although mired in the
loop's basement, came up witn
whiz bang of a series, and even
in the single game they dropped,
they were nilling me inns ntu.
Two of the Baxters starred with
500 scratch series, Anne Simrak's
522 deed out ner captain i e x
Wray's 512. Anne also had
booming 188 single game.
The Zoneites also had t h e I r
own 500 scratch series when their
captain, Marge Hicks, had a 501.
From the performance? handed in
it looked like most ot me cap.
tains, did the brunt of the work.
In the 500 handicap sets, E.
Stinson tallied 540, Mitchnon 506,
and Marge Hicks 567. One of the
oddities involving th Baxter team
is that although they are in the
cellar, they have knocked down
more pins than an teams except
two. Only Maxim s and Ancon
Bar Grille spilled more pins than
- hour shave!
SATTERFIELD MEETS KING
OAKLAND, Calif. (UP) Bob
Satterfield of Chicato aud Howard
King of Reno, Nev.. have signed
for a 10-round heavyweight bout
to be held at Oakland Auditorium
on Nov. 21.
RIDDLE WITH REDS
CINCINNATI (UP) Johnny Rid
dle, dropped by the Milwaukee
Braves after their victorious
World Series, has signed to coach
for the Cincinnati Redlegs next
year. Riddle replaces ailing Frank
BROOKS TAKES THREE
LAUREL, Md. (UP) Steve
Brooks, who started riding almost
20 years ago, demonstrated
Wednesday that he hasn't lost any
of his old skills when he rode
three winners at Laurel Park, in including
cluding including Mrs. Sam Pi.torio's Amico
in the featured seventh race.
UTAH HAS "FIRST"
NEW YORK (UP)- Utah will
be the first member oi the Sky
line Conference ever to play at
West Point rnext Saturday Vheri it
meets rugged Army in niicnie sta
dium. The Redskins currently lead
the Skyline Conference with a 4-1
record and have., an overall 4-3
mark compared to Army s 5-1 rec
By OSCAR FRALEY
ROME (UP) -mans,
Friends, Ro Ro-lend
lend Ro-lend me your
Fearless Fraley has come not to
bury Caesar. Nor to praise nim.
I'd just like to sec 'em put a
wooden floor down at the Colos Colosseum
seum Colosseum so that when the Olympic
Games are held at Rome in 1960
the Greco-Roman rasslers can go
This, if they're ever going to
have a fitting place for such an
event, is it. For, while the old
brickpile is a bit inoth-eaten,' it
once was the home o: the gladi gladiators
ators gladiators and burping lions.
The hitch is that a special
branch of the ministry of educa
tion which supervises national
momuments must okay the idea.
Up to now, in true Nero style,
they've turned thumbs down and
simply keep on fiddling while the
Greco-Roman rasslers burn.
The ministry is just plain set
on keeping the moths ahead of the
Moses Statue Legnd
They're experts at it. too. As
example, seven months ago it was
decided to put in a new floor in
the church of St. Peter's chains.
This is the site of Michelangelo's
world-famous marble statue of
Moses, the one which was so life
like when he finished it that, leg legend
end legend goes, he whacked a nick in
the knee and dared it tox "go
Anyhow, when they started to
dig down to lay the new floor,
they found some old Roman pav
ing stones. So the churcn has Deen
silent for seven months, fresh dust
gathers unnoticed on Moses' he heroic
roic heroic marble brow, and the minis ministry
try ministry can't seem to decide whether
to dig up the whole interior of the
The oldest relic always takes
precedent in Rome. That's why
even the Greco-Roman rasslers,
museum piece of the Olympic
Games, have to whoa back when
it comes to invading the Colosse
um. The ministry is afraid that
they might dislodge a brick here
or there, although personally I
never saw such smash action in
this type, of what is quaintly re referred
ferred referred to as rassllng.
'' Yea,' Slip$y Rock
Being on my way out of" Rome,
I might even go so far as to say
nobody would probably notice it
even if they did bust up a bit of
the blood-stained masonry. For,
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while the Colosseum might havl
been quite a stadium during the
era of the great Roman marshV
mallow roast, it wouldn't he big
enough now for Slippery Rock to
play Lock Haven Teachers. :
The arena, filled with a deconsy
posing barracks which looks like
hastily gathered pile of Irish
confetti, is but 94 yards long and
59 yards wide.
A wooden flofir could easily be
laid to protect the busied up brick
work underneath and, while there
are few fitting scats left in th.
rising tiers where the crowd once
screamed for blood, they wouldn't
have to install a single chair. The
Greco-Roman rasslers don't draw
like Gorgtous George.
(But the ministry in charge isn't
rushing in where the local gentry
once feared to tread. Nor are they
hurrying on a proposition that the
marathon course be laid over the
ancient Appian Way. finishing un
der the Arch of Constantine.
SCORE SEEKS VOTE
CLEVELAND (UP) Pitcher
Herb Score and Cleveland Indian
publicity director Nate Wallack
changed roles Wednesday when
the strikeout king showed up at a
suburban University Heights pre precinct
cinct precinct with a sign reading, "Now
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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Belly Jean Woodcock, plaintiff, vs.
Kenneth N. Woodcock, defendant. Sum Summons
mons Summons Case No. 4590 Civil Docket ?1
Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a
gainst you by default for the relief de
(landed in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this 23rd day of October. 1997.
C. T. McCormick, Jr.
By Sara de la PeAa
Chief Deputy Clerk
f i To Kenneth N. Woodcock
,The foregoing summons Is served up
.On you by publication pursuant to the
' order Of the Honorable Guthrie F.
r Crowe. Jurge. United States District
S Court for the District of the Canal Zone.
dated October 22. 1957. and entered and
filed in this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa, on
October 22. 1957.
!: ,: C. T. McCormick, Jr.
t ( By Sara de la Pens
l Chief Deputy Clerk
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ments, apartments, one and two bedrooms
with refrigerator and stove. 43rdf
street No. 27. Can be seen day
time from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. or
FOR RENT: Cool furnished
aoartment te count- without
without children. $65 00. Via
Porras No 120. beside Pnpvelt
Theatre. Overlooking a$ Commissary-
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, livino and' dinlnaronm,
kitchen etc, Acro Panama Ho Ho-tl.
tl. Ho-tl. Via Espafta 106, Apartment
FOR RENT: Two apartments,
one furnished the other unfur unfur-nihen
nihen unfur-nihen For married count' onlv.
Vi Belisario Porras No. 65, Mi Mi-eol.
eol. Mi-eol. FOR RFNT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment at El Cannrejo". A"erto Na Navarro
varro Navarro street No. 48. Two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, livino rooms, d'-ino room,
porch. kitchen and service,
nuid's r"nm, pw. Everthing
rrnrlern. Phone 2-2883.
FOR RENT: V bed room an art -m
e rrt comnlet!v fumMied",
reasonMe nrice. 46-47 in Ave
formerly 48th St.) Bella Vista,
FOR RENT: Furni'he 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, $60.00. Saba Saba-nj
nj Saba-nj No. 177. rear of Fire Station.
FOR RENT: Nice four rooms,
anartment on qround floor. $40.
FOR RENT: Very modern
apartment suitable for offices,
ideally situated and very spacious
38th street No. 2-52 Lincoln
Building. Telephone Panama 3 3-7686
7686 3-7686 or 3-7683.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartments
ments apartments in new building for 60,
65 and 70 dollars at Tivoli Cros Crossing
sing Crossing and Jose Francisco de la Os Os-sa.
sa. Os-sa. For information apply at this
address or telephone 3-5469.
FOR RENT: At Campo Alegre,
two bedroom apartment. $100.
Ground floor, Cristina Building,
Manuel Ma. Ycaza Avenue.
Phone 2-2718, Quijano.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment at El Cangrejo. Eusebio A.
Morales Avenue No. 5. Phone 2-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 3 bedrooms. For three
months. Justo Arosemena Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, corner of 41st east, op opposite
posite opposite "Colegio Maria Inmecula Inmecula-da".
da". Inmecula-da". Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, maid's
bathroom. East 45th street No.
4-166. new building. Inquire 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
LEAVE yOU AD WITH ONE OP' OUR
LNTERNAL Dfc PUBLIC ACIONFSN a
BARUO-No 26 "B" Street MORKMMIN-4th of July Ave. A i St LEWIS
Liuuini 1 1 v ik, r .ntr.l Aumi.a aAiwmn, rt ,.vm, i
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No. M a FARMAt Ia ei. aiTiiann-P...,, I .r.vr. i
tbe Bella Villa Theatre. COLON: Central Arenas 12.145 Tel. 432
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick hard hardtop
top hardtop Special, excellent condition.
Low mileage, has many extras.
Can He financed. Call Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 8121.
FOR SALE: "42" Chevrolet 4
door. $125.00 cash. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2952.
FOR SALE: 1949 Cadillac, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Leaving for
States. 200 cash, 340 takeover
payments. Call Navy 3003 or see
at 2541 -A Cocoli.
FOR SALE: 1 957 Rambler four
dour sedan, duty free, six Cy Cylinder
linder Cylinder plastic seat covers, power
brakes, less than 8.000 miles,
$2,000.00. Call Cristobal 2568.
For sale or swap for pick-up Vi
ton Chevrolet or Ford, 1949
Hudson car 6 cylinders, perfect
condition, 4 new tires. $250.00.
Gatun 223-B phone 5- 557.
the McLevy way Body Massage,
Excerctsing Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators for ladies
and gentlemen. Get results.
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
(Across Banco Naclonal)
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S A.
Packers Shippers Mover
Phones 2 2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phono 2-2451
or by appointment.
155 Central Ave.
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th St. No. 6-25
Across from the Lux Theater
Hours: 9 to 12 3 to 6
Tel. 3-3272 Panama
For military and civil Service
permnncl only in C.Z write or
phone for Informetion Phil Wel Wel-ner.
ner. Wel-ner. General Agent Phone t 7("J
Box 3114 Panama.
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (UP)
Raymond A. McGill had reason to
look with disbelief on a card that
came to him in the mail.
The card, addressed to McGill at
a previous residence in ftie city,
was postmaked March 30, 1912. It
was his personal invitation to at attend
tend attend an Easter reception.
Post Office of icisls were per per-dexed
dexed per-dexed too. Besides beinp 45 years
late, it bore no frowarding ad
McGill, a retired steamfitter.
said he cou'dn't remember whether
he attended the affair.
Corner "H" aV Darien St.
AUENTB Oil OVM OFFICES AT 1S-J7 "If" AfREET, PANAMA LIBBER I A PEECIADO-T Street He. II AGENCIA
Lott.r. ,. riai Til nn..r.ninl Ave. 45 as LOURDES PHARMACY-181 La Carrasaullla FARMAC1 tOM-
FOR SALE:-AAttractive 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom beach front cottage at Sea Sea-cjiff
cjiff Sea-cjiff Acres. Fully furnished and
equipped. Private approach to
beach. Beautiful grounds with
large trees. House and grounds
in excellent 'condition. Must be
seen to bo appreciated. Reason Reasonably
ably Reasonably priced. Tel. Panama 3 3-4982
4982 3-4982 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. and Panama 3-3783 after
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 20 ft. boat, cabin.
60 h.p. engine. Reasonable. 86 86-4143.
4143. 86-4143. FOR SALE: 14' fiberglassed
runabout boat 22 hip. motor and
trailer $550.00. Phone 5-507
house 217 apt 8, Gatun.
Skin divers and under water fis fisherman.
herman. fisherman. Everything you need.
Aqua lung tanks fill in 10 min minutes.
utes. minutes. ABERNATHY SPORTS
GOODS. Opposite Hotel El Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Phone 3-6895.
KNAPf LOPEZ,, right,; fcf the malaria control section, .Base 2,i
Fort Davis, receive." a 500-Hpur Club certificate' from Col.
Leonard F. Wilson, left, VS. Army, Caribbean Surgeon, in a
ceremony held recently in the latter" offices at Fort Clayton.
Lopez received the certificate for having accrued 500 hours
of sick leave. He lives at 8th St. and Central Ave, Colon.
- i (U.S. Army Photo)
Dunlop Tournament To Begin
At R.P. Golf Club Sunday
The 1957 Dunlop golf tournament
is scheduled to start next week.
with qualifying rounds in both
men's flight and the women's
flight scheduled to be completed
not later than Sunday evening at
6:00 p.m., according to an an
nouncement by the tournament
The two men's flights, the
championship flight being Irom 0 0-11
11 0-11 handicap and the other from
12-24, qualify golfers with a V-
handicap for the qualifying round,
with match play in the following
rounds being computed on the
basis of three-quarters of the dif
ference in handicaps of the two
The Dunlop tournament, until
1954 played as the Dunlop "Riu-
ger tourney, is one of the oldest
Panama Golf Club tourneys. Since
1954 play has been as it will be
this year, with prizes for the med medalist
alist medalist in each flight, including the
women's flight, and winner and
runner-up awards in each flight
as well. Total value of the awards
Dr. Herb Mitten the 1356 winner,
is not participating in the 1957
tournament, since his schedule
might not permit completing
the tournament. It hs rumored
that the genial dentist, who has
won both the Isthmian Open and
Isthmian Amateur Championship,
is leaving for Cau'fornia early in
January. His competitive spirit
will be sorely Aliased
Members of the Panama Golf
Club are urged to complete their
qualifying rounds prior to 6:00
p.rn. Sunday, since any qualifying
scores turned in later than' that
hour will be discarded. Tfys most
particularly applies tr the wom women's
en's women's flight, since but 10 of the
WPGA have thus far aualified..
In the men's 1st flight, Luis
Chandeck and McGowan are lead leading
ing leading the pack with nets of 70, fol followed
lowed followed by Babb, tiot Walker and
Saarinen with net 71's. In the sec
SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 FARMAC1A ESI ADOS UNIDOS 1 Central Ave
i. mm a Ha At m IOTA nnuvndi inHMmi A vm and SS St O) FAK1V1AC1A
atreet a, FARMACIA "iAI'VVU Potrae
. '' '
FOR SALE: Beautiful combina combination
tion combination radio-phonograph with side
bar. 46th street No. 4-98, apt.
3. Call 3-4638.
FOR SALEic Mahogany dining
table and 4 chairs. $50.00. Call
83-2196, house 658-A. Curun Curun-du.
du. Curun-du. I LITTLE LIZ I
' n i )i a a
A career girl is one vvho gets a
moh's pay by working for It. ne
ond flight, Rollie Gleichman and
Willis lead with net 73's, followed
by George Dilfer and Kaplan
with 75's. In the women's flight
Charlotte Hunter is leading with
a nef 75, followed by Irene Roh Roh-inson
inson Roh-inson with a net 77.
Qualifying scores thus far turn turned
ed turned in are:
Man' Flights Nat
Chandeck 70, McGowman 70,
iBabb 71, R. Walker 71, Saarinen
71, Dalton 72, DesLondes 72, J.
Kline 72, Landon 73, Dehlinger 73,
Ridge 73, Jim Hinkle 73, More 74,
Kode 74, Horan 74, Nene Arias
74, P. Diaz 75, B. Medrnger 75,
Beall 76, P. Abad 76, Elich 77,
F. Baldwin 77, Lively 77, LeBrun
77, Gerrans 78, Muller 79, Methe Methe-ney
ney Methe-ney 85, Hurr 88.
Gleichman 73, Willis 73, Dilfer
75, Kaplan 75, E. A. de la Ossa
77, Sanders 79, Rupp 7&. Cain
79, Huffman 70, Swenson 80, Hal Hal-man
man Hal-man 81. Kascher 84, S Fidanque
84, H. Fidanque 84, Wilber 87.
Hunter 75, Robinson 77, Dilfer
78, Bass 79, Carpenter 83, Dicker
son 86, Jones 89, Dalton 89, War Waring
ing Waring 93.
Qualifiers are requested to indi indicate
cate indicate their full handicap on the
scoreboard, and not ss of their
handicap", so that direct compu computations
tations computations may be made.
The second flight men golfers
are reminded they have only Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in
which' to complete their qualifying
round. It is in this flight where
the greatest degree ol competition
is expected to develop, since most
of the club members fall within
the 12-24 handicap gioup.
The last of the legal spitbaD
pitchers in the major leagues,
Burleigh Grimes stayed hi the ma majors
jors majors for 19 years and tossed his
spitter or every National League
club except the Reds and Phillies
during that time. He prospered
chiefly st Brooklyn in nine seasons
but over-all he had five campaigns
in which he won 20 or more games
topped by 25-14 at Pittsburgh in
t Whatever happened to Bur'eigh
Gr.mes? Today, now 64, "Berlin.
Burleigh" has retired to his farm
. at Trenton. Mo., but still insist f
I "thev ought to bring back the spit-
111 aY NOVEDADES A THIS Reside
FOR SAUE: Hotpoint. automatic
washer, deluxe, 60 cycle, excel excellent,
lent, excellent, reasonable. Albroek 3115.
FOR SALE: Girl's English bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, almost now. Phone Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 6109.
FOR SALE: Beautiful G. E..
aonsole T. V., perfect condition,,
will trade what have you. Ama Amador
dor Amador SI 98.
FOR SALE: American flyer
train set: two complete trals.
Many extras with plenty extra
tracks 15 15 13 Akea St. Bal Balboa:
boa: Balboa: Phone 2-2652 cheap.
Skin drivers and under water fis fisherman.
herman. fisherman. Everything you need.
Aqua lung tanks filled in 1 0 min minutes.
utes. minutes. ABERNATHY SPORTS
GOODS. Opposite Hotel El Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Phone 3-6895.
FOR SALE: Pair of singing ca canaries.
naries. canaries. Moderate price. Phone 2 2-1957.
1957. 2-1957. Panama. r
FOR SALE: Combination RCA
Radio Phonograph. Mahogany
cabinet. 3 "speed record player.
$75.00. Call 2-3033 Panama.
FOR SALE: Rotary white elec electric
tric electric sewing machine; maple ca cabinet,
binet, cabinet, al attachments; very
sjood condition. Call 2-2161
FOR SALE: Two gardner Diesel
engines, 6 cylinder, 57 brake
horsepower. G e o d operating
condition, low fuel consuption,
reasonably priced., Call ; Balboa
n-iauu; .uu a.m. to 3.00
FOR SALE: 9 ef. 2560 cycle
refrigerator $35.00. Inspect un under
der under house 0588-A Bayano St.,
Ancon. Call Tony Mann Balboa
2-2840 daytime, 2-4168 even evenings.
ings. evenings. FOR SALE: 2 Drexel bedroom
Chets, I Mabla bad with springs
and Side Rails, 1 Record Chest,
1 XS. I. Ringer washing machine.
Call 3-6286 after ,5:00 p.m.
CAMDEN. N J TIPS nffir-ialt
of Garden State Park were all
alone by the telephone today,
waiting for word from New York
on whether Dedicate will inin the
field for Saturday's $75,000 added
Burke, had hoped that Willie Har-
iacK wouia De aDie to ride her
horse in4he 'dream race" of the
Vear 'hilt Wartaflr il rnmmiH in
the Selima Stakes at Laurel.
Mrs. Burke's. huchiinf FHtio
actiijg' as. spokesman ,f or 'the sta stable
ble stable said he hoped to line up a
sunaoie naer toaay. if one isn t
available,;. Dedicate will be
scratched from the Trenton, ;
The jockey assignments for the
three other "big" horses were
completed Wednesday when train-
er Willie Molter announced that
Bill Harmatz would substitute for
Willie Shoemaker on Round Table.
Shoemaker will be aboard Gallant
Man and Eddie Arcaro will pilot
PI ;t?T r A
4 ? "or4J t J5VV' I if ' I t 4 T I f "Will
k t-.-.-ari, $if?;S C"i'-"'-' krrM--
I ; I '- ' Alii ;;:'
i ,. - .'.' .'.-. J - : s
CANAL IONE LT GOV. HUGH M." ARNOLD talis with the Balboa High School ROTC unit
after a recent review n Ws honor. Shown Jelt to rlRht are Cade. Lt. Col, Paul .Bennett
battalion commander. Cadet Ma), Judson Grutfcs, battalion executive office, -Arnold, Cafl
Capt. Jackie Dunn, battalion sponsor, and Cadet CapU Jose Zardon, battalion a4Jutan.
1 DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL C.1 V
WANTED.- Air-condition unit,
25 cycle. Cocoli Barber Shop,
WANTED. Maid. House 752-C,
Balboa, C. Z.
WANTED: A good cook with
references for small family. Must
sleep at borne. Good salary. Me Medical
dical Medical Center 4th floor. Phone 3 3-1078.
1078. 3-1078. Lesson
New Spanish course for English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking people at University of
Panama from November 12 to
December 20. Classes In the,
morning on Thuesday, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and Thursday. Beginners:
8:30; intermediate: 9:30; ad advanced:
vanced: advanced: 10:30 a.m. Emphasis
in convertation. Registration at
Bob Newman Takes
College Grid Lead
In Total Offense
NEW YORK (UP) Bob New Newman
man Newman of Washington State reaped
his reward today for his brilliant
performance in last Saturday's
39-25 loss to Oregon State When
he went into the lead in the major
couege individual total- offense
Newman vahn tnmraiaA IT A
25 passes for 243yards and three
touchdowns has Vmassert trttal
of 1,001 yards in seven games.
,-That puts-Hi 27; yarn anearLtol
Utah State's Bob Winters and?!
aneaa 01 ioioraaq s bod stransky.
Navy's Tom Forrestal ranks
fourth and fnwa State's Torn Niih.
ols ig, fifth.
1 Stransky has taken a solid hold
on the rushing lead with 764 yards
in seven games compared to the
second-place figure of 676 yards
by Jim Bakhtiar, Virginia's Per Persian
sian Persian prince. Arizona state's -Leon
Burton is third and New Mexico's
Don Perkins is fourth.
Furman's Billy Baker is the cur current
rent current leader; in jpassing but is like like-lj
lj like-lj to drop out of .the No. 1 spot
next Saturday because he does not
play. Baker has comp'eted 70' of
115 passes for 709 yards and five
touchdowns. Close behind are
Newman, with 69 completions, in
125 tosses for 912 yards and nine
touchdowns and Winters with 68 68-129
129 68-129 i or 941 and six touchdowns,
Arizona Tempe State is the
team leader in both scoring and
total offense while Mississippi
leads in rushing offense.
Arizona State's "average points
per game is 35.5 and it has aver averaged
aged averaged 433.7 yards gained per game.
Mississippi, once famed as a pass passing
ing passing team, has averaged 333.9
yards a game rushing this year.
WANnDj-Maid.ilive-in, cook cook-ing,
ing, cook-ing, housekeeping, children.
790-C Tavemllla,' falboa.
WANTED: Experienced sales.
men. Apply to "Mueblaria Rat Rat-tan
tan Rat-tan Lux, Jos4 Francisco de la Os Ossa
sa Ossa Avenue ( formal y Nacional
Avenue). Phong 3-1293.
WANTED: Experienced Eng. 7
lish-Spanish stenographer, refer references
ences references required. Please apply to
Cia. Panameria da Aceites (UR
RACA), Paitilla Airport Road, t
3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor, $5, waxing of
cars $6. Auto-BaAo, Trans-lsth'
mian Highway' near Sears.
The best dinneiyr and drinks
v era served in Wr modern air-'
. conditioned cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Intomacional "Pla "Plaza
za "Plaza S da Mayo.
FRH Television Pick-up and
delivery service during the month
of November. Phone U. S. Tele Tele-vision.
vision. Tele-vision. Panama 3-7607 for (fast
FOR RENT- furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished modern apartment La
Cresta, calle 48 No. 12. Two
bedrooms, livingroom, dining
room, two bath, servant' room
garage. '"For Sale" modern fur fur-niture
niture fur-niture television household fur-p
nishing, typewriter, 1956 air
conditioned Dodge (8200
miles). Telephone 3-6894.,
To Mark Second
Year Of New Church
Nov. .13 -will mjark the end of
two years since jthe new build building
ing building of the Bethel Mission Church
has been erected, ,f
To commemorate the event a
specia,lkiservice,l to be known as
fHomeetomlng Day at Bethel,
vail be held at the church In Pa-raiso-on
The service -will consist of
songs nd addresses. A special
feature will be a,' dedicatory ad address
dress address to be delivered by the Ifcev.
D. A. Morgan. 1
The Rev. Morgan Is pastor of
the Bethanv Baptist church of
Rainbow CSty. Before coming-;
to the isthmus, he did pastoral
work, in the island of Jamaica.
Another feature of the Home Homecoming
coming Homecoming Day service will be an
award to be given to Garfield
Mayers, who "contributed his
time in the buildfiig project. The
award will be presented by the
pastor, the Rev.vV. H. Stewart.
The Bethel Mission Church
was built in ParSiso, in 1955 by
the members under the leader leadership
ship leadership of the 'present pastor when
they found It necessary to de
molish the Red Tank church on
account of the closing down of
Funds received from this
service -will be rused for im
A special invitation is ex extender!
tender! extender! to ajl .former members
and visitors of tn former
Bethel Mission Church in Red
Tank, to visit the, new church
in Pasaiso. '''.)
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ITHURSDAt; WYEMBER t,' 19577-
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DAILY FORTUNE FINDER
To iMm your "Fortuno" for today from the tun, write in the letters
of the alphabet corrMponding to the numeral on the line of the aitr-
loiical period in which you were born. You will And it fun.
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"No more visits to th old home town! but I don't really
look as old as those old friends of ours we saw
again, do I?"
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3 JO Mr. Wizard i
4M Dennis Day .
4:30 The Goldbercs
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940 Masquerad Party
:30 Ray Anthony
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11:14 lineup and Victory at
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',n'n- -i.. j tk. nivlslon of Schools of the canal l
fzofce G6vernmnt will sponsor a series of televis ion P'";
obserrance f American Eduction Week, Nov 0-16. The pro pro-?
? pro-? crams are designed to show parents some of the learninr act!-
SchooU from both side, of the Isthmus will participate in
prowas wpresenUn, elementary, junior hlh school, and
enlor hivh school levels of education. VAarA v v-
. Th educational series has been planned by Edward F. O
Conn!?. Supervisor of Instruction in the secondary schools
V The nrorrams, each of fifteen minutes' duration, will be
Ll:TCrVhVcFN studio at 4:15 p.m. Monday throuRh
FW, with Saturday's program startin, at 3:15 p.m.
Eileen Damerau, Marcia, htarr,
Karen Magnusson, Joanne Clare,
Sarah Purdy, Saundra Metheny,
The schedule of programs is
Mnw. Nov. 11 Miss Ruth
.toot of the Balboa .Elementary
Cnhiuil will Interview James m
,' tiru nir.ftnr n" Soecial Educa
'n th. nature -of the special
duration program. "y"
w Vnn snpeeh theraDist for the Ca
Sal Zone schools, will also appear
' tb nrnfram.
I Tn.5.v. Mev. Mrs. Clara
rcf art-will demonstrate the teach
in? of music to a fourth grade
Ktoud irom the South Margarita
'stiidpnts DanciDaung in the pro
tram willjnc'ude: Janine Jfteds-
worth. Mane Bruland, Matpew
: Ba-as, Posalita Donahue, David
: Coffev. Karen Hammond, Leslie
High'ey, Kathleen Litton, Marga
ret Martin. Richard Nichols. Kath
Ien O'Donnell,, Bettv Jane Reif,
Tp.rry Tobin. Patricia Sullivan,
P3 Richards, Joanne Wilder,
Piri Wilson, Esther. Simmerman,
Yocum, and Rhonda Crai.
i.Wxinidav. Nov. 13 Pupils
from Cms,tobal Junior. Hten School
JiiKjer the direction o Miss Mr Mr-f
f Mr-f aret Gately and Henry Wtl-
fiams will pufr on-an exhibit of
ome of the phenomena of the
irof'd of cience.' Thfc futurei .sci
entists who wiH appear : on the
ftrOjram are,; Rede Owns, Rich Rich-r(
r( Rich-r( Maedl. Richard' Carpenter,
TWSmas RoBertson, iBUl Hu Jean
Cf", and Alfred Chn.
i ..thwruly v. NVi 14 Sheila
fcnxder,, Bill Xjrkland and Raul
Barbara of Ponald Musselman's
' speech classes at Balboa'. High
. School will explain the evolution
f the myitery play as arom of
jdramatie art by 'means of minta
4ur" cut-outs .representative of
1h .theater during .ancient '-and
modern times. ..' ..
'An tonclusion t this program
ihe.Balbor High School Glee Club'
tinder- the- direction of Victor
' Jfetr will lllig excerpts from" -the
1 hivstery play, "Tlie f Coming of
" Members of the Glee Club are:
. !3oa -Trowfir, Or land Nunez, Frank
Romero 'Edgar ; Amedio, Randy
, Gangle, Leon-Odenz, Don Randel,
Srlnk Miller, Joe Conklin, Richard
'Zirkman, Ralph Glazer, John Bla Bla-ney;
ney; Bla-ney; Char'es Mire, Jaime Ward,
Cectrge Garcia, Mike Chives,
I'rank Bright, Ray Caldwell, Rich Rich-'
' Rich-' rd Morris, Carl Toothman, Car Car-log.
log. Car-log. Mergers, Betty Stiles, Chris-
tin 'Hauff, Sue Mable, Meyla
, Dew, Dona Jones, Mickey Lave
. leet Howi Adams, Luz Reyes,-Jtf-;
dv Days, Ruth Bennett, Haydee
' Megfersv Sandy Dunning, Edie
Price, Madge Smith, Penny War-
ln?. Viena Bennett, Betty Fortune,
JJofotfty Rose, Jenny Uymgston,
Kathv Cox. Barbara Parker, Mil
lie Dejernette, Lyn Braun, Kay
Flowers, Lyn Botzenmayer, Dee
Pierce, Shirley Sasso, Fairlee Skin Skinner,
ner, Skinner, Beauprie Preston, Ruth
Thompson, and Marilou Jordan.
Friday, Nov. 15 Cadets Luis
Martin and Richard Smith from
the Cristobal High School ROTC
will give a demonstration of Queen
Anne style manual of arms. Films
will be used to show actual class
room instruction in map reaaing
and nomenclature ot tne m-i ruie
and platoon drill. The film will
be narrated by Lt. Luke Callaway.
Saturdays, Nav. 14 Girls from
Miss" Eloise Montoe's home econo
mics classes at BaiDoa mgn
School will present a fashion pre
view. Nancy Hugnes win act as
commentator and Marcela Arose-
mena, uetty Joyce Boainm, nev-
er v Bowman. Lola Fraunneim,
dith Pierce. Cornelia Valderman
Rachel Van Dyke. Miriam cono-
ver. Eileen Cox. Edna Gerhart,
Virginia Mauldin, Palmira Larnn-
ea. Frances Paige, Linda Pearl,
Jackie Ashton, Barbara Bongior-
ni6, Annette Rentz, Nancy Hie Hie-eel.
eel. Hie-eel. Mvra Maduro, and Pauline
Friershaus will model the various
styles o.' dresses that they have
Parents are invited to visit the
schools on Visitors' Days, Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Nov. 14 in the secondary, and
Friday, ..Nov; 15, in the elementa elementary
ry elementary schools.
Red Army Magazine
"I PROMISE. . to love God and my country. .," says
Christine Cartotto as she joins the Brownies.
Scout Training Prepares Girls To Be
Fine Members of Isthmian Community
(Picture and text By
RALPH K. SKINNER)
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34; hours endinr I a.m. today.
.1Cprenared bv the Meteorolo-
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MOSCOW. Nov. 7 (UP) The So
viet armed forces newspaper Red
Star said today that "certain of officers"
ficers" officers" of the Red army and navy
shared deposed Defense Minister
Georgi Zhukov's shortcomings and
were "conceited, haughty and dis
dainful in relation to their sub
ordinates." 1 1 mentioned n o
The report gave the first of
ficial hint that other Soviet of
ficers might be ca'led to account
for the same "shortcomings"
charged against Zhukov.
The Defense Ministry organ re
ported that the situation developed
because the Communist party had
been hindered in carrying out its
political education program in the
The Soviet naval magazine So So-vetsky
vetsky So-vetsky Flot charged that Zhukov
had a "noxious and dangerous ef effect"
fect" effect" because he "held to the line
of weakening party influence in
the armed forces, forgetting that
the management of the army and
navy by the Communist party is
the absolute and determining fac factor
tor factor in their fighting power."
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LONDON, Nov. 7 (VP) Radio
Moscow said today that Russia has
issued a new postage stamp in
honor of Sputnik I
The 40-kopek stamp shows the
world with Sputnik circling it. It
bears the insertion "World's
First Artificial Earth Satellite.
October 4, 1957".
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A crescent of seven-year-old
girls sat cross-legged on the
floor. Their eyes were large and
bright. They were "jumpy" with
anticipation. Each girl wore a
new Brownie uniform and eacli
was on her best behavior.
Behind them sat their moth mothers
ers mothers and other guests. They had
come to see these girls join the
"I promise to do my best to
love God and my country and to
help other people every day es especially
pecially especially those at home."
The young voices piped, gur gurgled
gled gurgled and sometimes disappear disappeared
ed disappeared into whispers as each
Brownie individually stood and
gave her promise.
Their hands fluttered like the
wings of a fledgling as they tried
to remember the salute, the
"handshake close:!, to the
heart" and other seeming intri intricacies
cacies intricacies of the ceremony.
To these seven-year-olds, the
act of becoming a Brownie, an
integral part of the Girl Scout
movement, is awe-inspiring, it is
a solemn occasion, and they
mean that promise that they
And the Girl Scout promise
continues to mean something
through the Girl Scout, Inter
mediate Scout, and senior Scout
phases as these girls progress
Into buoyant young women filled
with vitality ana an eager ex
pectancy of great things in the
If they have been successful
Scouts, they have learned to live
(and let live) with others, to fit
into a pattern of good citizen citizenship,
ship, citizenship, and to share.
Three Senior Scouts from
Balboa High School aided in
the Brownie ceremony last
week. They were Ginger Maul Mauldin,
din, Mauldin, Sue Barrett and Peggy
Asked what they derived from
their Girl Scout experience, they
"We have learned a lot. We
have learned to make friends
and we have made a lot of
them. We have learned how to
get along in the world. And with
the world. We have learned how
to take care of ourselves in
camping and the outdoors. We
have had lots of fun!"
In the current United Fund
Drive, the Girl Scouts are re requesting
questing requesting $10,000. This money
would be used for the salary of
a full-time, professionally-trained
Girl Scout director, and for a
secretary for the office. Some of
preparation of good citizenship
applies equally to the Boy
Scouts of America, the Inter International
national International Girl Scouts and the
International Boy Scouts. Their
United Fund budgets are $13, $13,-825,
825, $13,-825, $2728 and $3645 respective,
This "ain't hay" as some folks
will hasten to remind me, but lt
is cheap insurance if if; fills the
Canal Zone with youngsters In Inculcated
culcated Inculcated with the fine things
which each of these scouting or organizations
ganizations organizations stands for.
An interest In the well-beincr
oi me cummunny would suggest
supporting these fine Scouting
uigainzauuns mrougn mt unit united
ed united Fund and support Scouting in
the Canal Zone.
Flaf Chested Women
Used To Smuggle Oil
Info Spain In 1878
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7 (UP)
In 1878, according to a document
in the State Department archives,
Hat-chested women were using fal fal-sies
sies fal-sies to smuggle 'oil in Spain.
The deception was discovered
accidentally by a guard, who was
only trying to be friendly.
The contents of the old report
were published in the current is issue
sue issue of the "Foreign Service Jour Journal,"
nal," Journal," semi-official publication or
the foreign service.
J. R. Lowell, U. S. Minister to
Ibpain. transmitted the report to
then-Secretary of State William M.
Lowell said a Frenchman named
Foucarde was trying to sneak oil
into Madrid without paying a city
tax. I he account said he hired
"all the lean and least mammal mammalian
ian mammalian women that could be found"
for the job.
"He made good all their physi physical
cal physical defects with tin cans, filled
with petroleum, thus giving them
. . the pectoral proportions of
Juno," Lowell reported.
The diplomat said that for some
time "these seemingly milky
mothers" passed unhindered into
the city and Foucarde's nocket-
book "swelled in exact proportion
to the quaking breast works."
Hut one day, Lowe said, the
Frenchman "sent in a damsel
whose contours aroused" a guard
at a gate. i..!
With the payful gallantry of a
superior he tapped the object of
his admiration and it tinkled."
the report said. "He had 'struck
As a result, Lowell said, "M.
Foucarde's perambulating wells
It s The 40th Anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, So
Read story on poye 6
Of Red Army's Rockef,
Wheels Out Bia Display
MOSCOW;. Nov. 7 (UP) Tho Soviet Union displayed a wealth of new pocket and armored might in the tra--ditional
Red Square parade today honoring the 40th anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution. i i.
The display included two rockets which Western military experts said looked like "overgrown V-2 tingle stage V
rockets," estimated to be 75 feet long and with a range of only a few hundred miles.
Two different types; of rockets omic -capabilities. Observers said-
Ten other types of weapon pre previously
viously previously not seen here included:
A T-54 tank which may be an
old one but whidh was shown for
the first time here.
A new heavy tank which ap
pears to be an outgrowth of the
Josef statin II.
An amphibious assault vehicle
propelled in water bv let ex
A Hew twfn-engined, self -pro,
pelled anti-aircraft vehicle with a
gun estimated to be snout 57-mm
A verv heavv unn uith nhvi-
ous atomic capabilities, nrobabiv
capable of firing a shell about 12
inches in diameter.
A conventional 12 tube rocket
launcher, but mounted on a track
ed vehicle instead of the conven
tional truck cnassis.
Four-finned, ground-to air,
two-stage guided missiles roughly
comDarable to the American Mike,
One truck carrying two banks
of three long-finned rockets. These
rockets appeared to be air-to-air
rockets, but the mechanism indi
cated they could be launched
from the ground.
WASHINGTON (UP) -Senate
Rackets Committee Chairman
John L. McClellan said today por
tions of testimony, given on anti
union practices by management
will De sent to the Internal Reve
nue Bureau and Justice Depart
McClellan said the transcriot
should "interest" both tax agents
and legal experts.
The Arkansas Democrat wound
up the management phase -of the
hearings Tuesday,, declaring they
had shown activities that "reflect
a great discredit on some business
firms in this country."
Mcueuan said there are no
present plans to produce more wit witnesses
nesses witnesses such as Nathan W. Sheffer
man, whose firm Labor Relations
Associate Inc. was pictured as
an instrument for management
improprieties against labor In
two weeks of testimony.
The chairman said, however, the
committee will continut to expose
any Additional irregularities it
finds involving business or labor.
McClellan commented that the
committee's proposed inquiry into
the hitter labor dispute involving
the Kohler Co., at Kohler, Wis.,
will involve charges of improper
activity against management and
against the United Auto Workers
Union. He said hearings starting
Tuesday on garbage handling in
New YorK city win explore tne
role of management as well as
The chairman said the commit
tee, which has focused in the past
on improper activities ot laDor
leaders, is now on notice that some
managements are just as un
scrupulous" and their practices
just as "improper."
Troops At Central
High School Ordered
Reduced By Half
LITTLE ROCK. Ark., nov. 7
(UP) The Army today ordered
both its paratrooper and National
Guard forces at Central High
School cut in half. Some observers
felt the city election results in influenced
fluenced influenced the order.
Six of the seven Good Govern Government
ment Government Committee-endorsed candi candidates
dates candidates were elected to the new city
manager board despite segregationist-
charges that ; they were
bent in "integrating swimming
pools, golf courses and the police
It was one of the closest politi political
cal political races in the 121-year history
of the city. Only one Citizens
Council sponsored candidate,
Letcher L. Langford, won by a
In some quarters it was felt
the election of independent candi
dates to govern the city indicated
to federal officials a return of
normalcy and calm to the strife strife-torn
torn strife-torn community.
Army Secretary vWilbert M.
Brucker, who said the decision to
cut the trooD contingent was
basd -on "the steady improve
ment in community staDiuty notea
currently in Little Bock,'' 'gave
notice that the reductions ''would
be carried- out '"forthwith."
But a spokesman for the Arkan
sas Military District said no
orders for movement of trooDs
nao been received. He indicated
that 225 members of the 1st Battle
Group of the 101st Airborne Di Division
vision Division might fly back to Ft.
Campbell, Ky., "sometime in the
next two days."
He said mustering out of federal
service of 900 members of the
remaining 1,800 xederahzed Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas National Guard would
mounted on amnhibiOu's vehicles,
Theser appeared to be "practical'
surface-to-surface rockets with at-
(Continued from rage 1)
lice were' busy today clearing
An extra police detail was put
on at Cristobal to help handle
the heavy traffic which was de de-toured
toured de-toured around flooded areas.
" An alert military policeman
averted a possible tragedy this
morning when he Jumped In Into
to Into a drainage ditch to rescue
a young girl who had tumbled
into a S-foot deep flood-swollen
stream: -.' 'v
Set. Vernon A. Gasch of 549tti
Military Police Company at Ft
Gulick was on, duty directing
traffic around flooded sdoIs on
Randolph Road, near Coco Soil-
to when he saw the girl Patri
cia Garvey, about six years old,
disappear Into the muddy water.
Without hesitation he lumrjpd
into-the ditch and dived after
her. -' ..... J-
Except for a few, scratches on
her legs the girl appeared unin-
Patricia Is the 'daughter Of a
Navy enlisted man John Garvey
of Coco Solo Naval Station. She
was handed over to her parents
on tne scene.
they appeared to be of relative-,-
ly short range, perhaps roughly:
equivalent to tne American "Hon "Honest
est "Honest John." v f i
-Fwo types of lockets on track-'
ed vehicles one had tube for
njing no tne omer nad a launch- :
ing- stage. These appeared to be.
short range, ground-to ground
Missile Age May
Bring Need For flew
US Bases Overseas
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7 ttJPW
A top-secret studv mission ha
concluded that the United States I
will have to maintain its -military!
bases overseas for a long time, it
was learned today, sL:
Meanwhile ,. Provost Marshal
officials Issued a warning to
parents on the Atlantic Side to
keep' their:, children 'away ffrom
aanaergous ouches until such
time as the flood waters subside.
Asian Flu Vaccine
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 (UP) (UP)-Production
Production (UP)-Production of Asian fiu vaccine
is running ahead of schedule, a
Public Health Service official re
He said the six drug firms
turning out the vaccine may even
top the health agency's goal of
60 million shots by Feb. 1,
A total of 34,192.000 shots have
been released since Aug. 12
when the vaccine first became
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it would be used toward the sum
mer camp which Is held annual- suddenly went dry."
ly. And so on. .."
why don't tne individual
Scouts pay this? well, first, they
do pay something for their own
unit expenses, and they buy their
uniforms, and Girl Scouting
equipment. On aft Individual bas-'
Is, the Girl Scouts and the small smaller
er smaller units are self-supporting.
It is only on a Zone-wide bas
is that they require support
The secret of a good speech is
o -good beginning and a good
ending not tco-for opart.
Sputnik II Prompts
At Security Meeting
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 (UP) (UP)-President
President (UP)-President Eisenhower conferred
with scientific and other advisers
today at the largest meet'n of th
National Security Council ever
He called the meeting in advance
of tonight's talk to the people on
"science and security."
The President and his advisers
met as Congressmen of both par
ties demanded that he tell the
nation frankly where it stands in
the mfsse race with Russia.
Associate White House Press Se Secretary
cretary Secretary Anne Wheaton said that
about 45 ranking government o' o'-ficials
ficials o'-ficials and members of the Presi President's
dent's President's scientific advisory commit committee
tee committee attended the. Security Council
In addition to the officials who
ususally attend NSC: meetings,
the secretaries of the Army. Navy,
and Air Foece, and the Military
heads of the services attended.
Heading the scientists was Dr.
I. I. Rabi, Columbia university pro
fesor who is chairman of the Sci Sci-enti'ic
enti'ic Sci-enti'ic Advisory Committe.
Asked whether the size of the
meeting was prompted by Sput Sputnik
nik Sputnik II, Mrs, Wheaton said that it
was in the works before then but
was "connected with all the de developments
velopments developments of the last week or
55 'Ancon' Sails
With' Bell Workers
On Special Trip
The Panama Liner Ancon sail sailed
ed sailed from New York Tuesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon with most of its cabins
occupied by employes of the Bell
Telephone Laboratories and their
families, who are making a
round trip cruise to Panama.
The 125 or m6re Bell Tele
phone employes will make a tour
of Panama and the Canal Zone
during the stop-over of the
ship in Cristobal next week. v
This is the first time that a
block booking has been made on
one of the Panama; Line vessels
for such, a large number from
The two-week vacation trip to
the isthmus was arranged at
this time of the year because of
the light demand for travel ac accommodations
commodations accommodations made by Canal
organization employes aboard
the Panama Line ships.
" . ...
Three Canal z,orie residents
are returning aboard the S-S
Ancon, according to the advance
passenger list. They are: Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh C. Christie, and
Charles E. Thompson.
The group win recommend
some changes, however, lin a re-
port to be submitted to President
Eisenhower in about two Weeks,
Administration officials teaid the
report would call for a ; shift of
personnel at some bases, a reduc?
tion in acreage at others, and new
uses for some others. ,r
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles forecast possible new uses
for foreign bases id his hews con
ference yesterday when he said;
"It would be desirable to station
intermediate range ballistic mis missiles
siles missiles (IRBM) at European sites.
According to informants, the re reportproduct
portproduct reportproduct of a year-long glob L
al study will say that; t
Manned aircraft and other
American defense weapons will be
required ; for many years -s despite
the advent of .missiles. )
The use of present' bases may
change in some instances as weap weapons
ons weapons changes It is -even possible
that some new bases will be re required
quired required to test missiles, f
Proposals to place nuclear weap
ons stockpiles in Europe will re require
quire require long-term use of North At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic treaty bases.
The United States does not yet
have an operational-IRBM but Ja
testing two, the Air Force Thor
and the Army Jupiter. IRBM's
have an effective range of 1,500
miles compared with 5,000 for an :
intercontinental ballistic missile
Both this country and Russia
possess prototype ICBM's but only.
Russia claims to. have one ready
for -tactical use. -':
1 Defense officials xav TRRM'a
stationed in Europe, elose to Rus
sia would counter any lead the So Soviets
viets Soviets might have in developing an
intercontinental missile. v
Bristles At Elvis'
Plans For Carols
BERLIN. Nov.' 7 fUP) The land
where "Silent Nighf"was created
became indignant today over a re report
port report that singer Elvis ; Presley
would record Christmas carols.
"Keep your hands off 'Silent
Night1, Presley," the tabloid Bild
"Christmas is no rock and: roll
show," it said.
Colorful Parades Will Mark Veterans Day
On Atlantic, Pacific Sides Of Isthmus
The qualities or cnaracter in- sation nf htiiiti nf tho first
stilled in Girl Scouts are known world War on Nov. 11 1918,. lat-rj
and well-established. The ben-lrjrociajmed yeterana pay is beinj
cms receiveu oy u.c vms si e jointly planned by The American
mirrored in the benefits receiv- Lesion and the VeleraDi of For For-ed
ed For-ed by the community which eisn Wars v V
A community wide observance I At the stadium the parade will be
of the 39th anniversary of the ces- reviewed by officials of the Canal
ejv ScoPa um 20s czj;i:.nr-f
yearly "graduates" a crop of
well adjusted, knowledgeable,
poised girls from Scouting into
the channel of Canal Zone life.
Eecause of their Girl Scout
training, these girls are better
prepared to enter upon their
crer as emolowes. hou?wive.
rren. pf tt mhmlan1
cc;: rufu: .- V :.: I
Highlighting the Isthmian
celebration of Veterans Day
be two colorful parades on
side of the Isthmus.
On the Pacific side, the parade
will begin at the Balboa Hih
"ehool and march down Barneby
Street to Bslbos Road, tvtnm
"iTit on to B-'boi l oad ant.oon
7one Government, U.S. Armed
Forces'dignitaries ot the Republic
of Panama and the ambassadors
of France, Great Britain and the
Expected to be in the parade
wide, will be troops from the U.S. Ar Ar-wi'J
wi'J Ar-wi'J my, Navy, -Valines aad Air
each I Force along with ronttrgent front
the Guardu Nacional. Tho ROTC
units from Balboa High School
and the High School band. Veter-
rns organizations composed of the
Scouts and Girl Scouts will round
out the elements of the parade.
At ,the Balboa Stadium public
patriotic services will be- beld
commencing at 10:30 a.m.--
Formerly Nov. II was observed
as Armistice Day, but as recurr recurring
ing recurring wan obscured the signifi significance
cance significance of the day that marked-a Tic
tory in a war to end all wars.
Congress in 1954 voted to desig designate
nate designate Nov. 11 as Veterans Day. The
Congress urged that this day be
set aside for the honoring the Vct-:
erahs of all wars. President &-
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