The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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PANAMA, RP fRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1957

United Fund Agencies
2. American
Social Hygiene
. Association
. ; Asking: $67.89
The ASHA b worked for
clean, healthy communities for
44 years, lijrhtinf Its world-wide
battle against vice and
disease through education and
, public information.,
; Approximately two-thirds of
iASHA'S national budfet goes
Into service to the Armed Fore
. i s,'' the other third foinf to
promote m stront family c lif
ustained hf a, healthy com
mnnity .environment.
i ; Vnited Fund will provide on only
ly only a', token .-contribution o
ASHA's national 1958 foal of
more than $798,000 needed to
' meet the needs of our commu communities
nities communities in this vital field of so social
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In Remon

y- The prosecutor who yesterday 3 described Ruben 'O;
Miro as "a bold and unscrupulous "individual who could
not "be, intimidated" into confessing the "assassination of

President Jo,se ftemon, today tagged he -much-married

attorney as' "not a brave man, but a coward."

As'theee seemingly : conflicting .qualities of 'the self-

assured defendant were aired in court, 46-year-old, Miro
smiled Occasionally,, the .other six defendants sat stone

faced, jurors yawned, and many' seats in the public gallery
remained empty. ' '

'Naked 'and the Dead' Movie
May Be Shot on Atlantic Side

Jungle fighting and" beach
scenes foF the filming of Norman
M.umr1 wartime best-seller, "ne

Naked toA: ?$??.
be rolhng m front of RKO ca
i p.nimi ind the tanai

ZActor Aldo Eay wiU have the
most important of the four tead tead-parts.
parts. tead-parts. About 1 other, actors
no actressesX will come
from California for the .shooting.
PUSARCARIB aoldwra will
play xtri, nd om,'Pn.V
manf.n hin9 v.ll.9rs ".y
.aoaaar In several seenei.

ager lot the major film due, for

Mttse-next -year m-ue u.c

linnl -Mohictdn to S"OOl- aeie

yesterday, bmoic
Hollywood eailv to Un
1' .Fc months Kohm said, KM)
...Xko.n innlinf lor a suitable

t stiniiilate the south

Sea Island locale cf the grim
. Ar.mi n- man's courage,: and

his perfidy.
' tin nlare seemed satisfactory

hntil Behm : asked for a private

showing of Paramount s scenic
picture "Vistavion Vists Panama,
Two beach scenes on the Al Al-Untie
Untie Al-Untie side fiHed his Image' of
" a locale- 'Vithin lets than V
hours, Behm had sold RKO exe executives
cutives executives en the idea and booked
- plane reservations for r Pnn.
In two days here, he and his
associate "saw everything."
Lt.Col. Tom Hicks of the U.S.
Army Caribbean and Stanley Shaw
tie la Ossa 1 of Panama's Tourist
Promotion -Office saw to that.
Other Canal Zone and Panama

officials and public relations peo-

le, made -sure that what one did

ot show1 the' RKQ team another

did.

Behm and i his- associate took
tOO still shots. The local people got
them developed and printed.

naving seen : almost every cove

and stretch of sand, and tromped

through some .genuine .-jungle,
Behm decided the. area near the
Army's ..'Jungle Warfare Training

ca-' Center at Ft. Sherman, and the

nearby Panamanian village of
Pina, would be just what he wants

lor tne wartime snocKer.

. Unless something throws y a
wrench- in. the works, Behm and
his actors and production peo people
ple people will be1 back in a few weeks to
start shooting.
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.Last night at .1 Panma Hilton
he explained "some of his mans

to those who helped on, his whirl-

wma visit. v :

He-.. likes 'Panama: he says,' and

thinks the rrcxr will

cork)

J Public Interest in the case Jias

sagged since District Attorney
Francisco Alvarado Jr. opened
his address to the jury. V
By: the rnidday recess : today
Alvarado had dealt with the cas cases
es cases against Miro' and Rodolfo St.
Malo, and had begun presenting
his ease against mechanic Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso Hyams.
But even when he was dealing
with the other defendants, Al
varado seldom proceeded, far
without mention of Miro.
He asked the Jury to convict
St. Malo.as an accessory before
and after the fact of, Remons

Jan. 2, 1955, machlnegunning
Which Alvarado claims was car carried
ried carried out single-handed by Miro.
St. Malo and the ; other, four
men defendants are. charged
with homicide and attempted
homicide, equally with MirQ.
Maximum nenaltv.. iinrvn cnn.

viction is 35 yearjs imprisonment.

t, Malo,. the business part partner
ner partner of jailed exPresident Jose
Ramon Guizado, was rtoscnhrd
by A ''o' as :

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FLOODED HAILS... A view from the special scooter yesterday which was first train to cross
the Isthmus after the heavy flood early yester day morning, shows a section of the Panama
Railroad rails near Gatun which was surrounded by water: The trip across was delayed con con-elderably
elderably con-elderably because of three serious washouts which required a five-mlle-an-hnur pace-.

Washington Man Fights CI Disbarment

'V if ;
For Hiding Criminal Libel Conviction

A VlTn Vt vtM (KnAt

faces' possible disbanment f r 0 m

practicing in the Canal Zone; was
given IS days this week to file his
brief in U.S. District Court.
Ch ,T I ' r.

who .Washington' was predicated on his

membership with the Canal Zone
Bar Association.)
Four months ago, FlahtphaUr
was unen Vd fron prct ing
i'l C.im.i Z coui'u until Nov.

For housing, tey may v plop
't mot tne conveniently Io Iocs
cs Iocs i i Hotel ashinjton which
was slutted yesterday from
United States to Panama owner ownership.
ship. ownership. But wlore they'll stay
is not yet decided.
Before RKO sends a creWvinto
a foreign country, Behm, said,
they are eiven an orientation on

the people and customs of the

puce, 'lney set some understand understanding
ing understanding -of the public relations res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility 'ot living and work-

mg overseas.
-Behm rhinks-.his roup will
fit Tight into the local scene.

After concentrating approxi

mately 16 nours or nis opening;
plea on Miro's alleged responsi-

Duity.-for the crime, the prose

cuting attorney started his ar arguments
guments arguments in. an attempt to gain
St. Malq's conviction as one of
the plotters.
Attendance of spectators": at
the trial has fallen, off since Al Alvarado
varado Alvarado started .his opening ar argument,
gument, argument, with frequent refer references
ences references Ho one or another of the
seven volumes of the files of the
Investigation.
. Some newsmen held whispered
conversations today as the pros-
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Lecause of his unannounced, ar arrival
rival arrival here, the hearing of his case
dragged on onto a night session.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe was
scheduled to leave the Isthmus the
next day. 1
'' Since the hearing had not been

planned,: it was necessary to
prolong the session from 10 a.m.
until 8:30 p.rm. to complute it

The tall, sallow compiexioned

lawyer is charged with concealing

a criminal libel conviction against

him in New York courts when he

filed his application for admission

to the canal zone ar.

The local bar moved for his dis

barment on these grounds. (Flash-

phalers appointment to the bar In

i.. -j i...i i.iU J.) UaS tO liie
his -brief after a transcript of the
court proceedings .held on Wednes

day is ready. The lawyers who
moved for Flahsphaler's disbar disbar-ment
ment disbar-ment were also given 15 days to
file their brief,
, t r .f W. ? r
Three members 0 the (Bar As Association,
sociation, Association, who form the bar.com-

fmittee, appeared rn- court as "a-

micus curae (friends of v the
court.) f s
Dr. L. S. Carrington, the -chairman
told -the court that under the

rules of the District Court, all ap applicants
plicants applicants for. admission to -the bar

must state whether tliev have ever

been a party to any -action cri criminal
minal criminal or civil, and are required

to set out all the details and re results
sults results of the1 action. .'
When Flahsphalef applied, Car Car-rinston
rinston Car-rinston san' i e stated that he had
never brfn a party to any a el ion.
It vi I v-a la-

. . of
criminal libel in New York
courts, had been sentenced to
rw four months in and
fined $500.
Flahsphaler served the jail sen sentence,
tence, sentence, Carrington added. v
:The lawyer admitted the convic conviction
tion conviction in court, but. his defense was

based on the fact, that the asso

ciation had waited too Ions to

bring their action.

He was admitted to the. Canal

Zone bar in .1944, while serving
here with the Army, The exaniin-

ing committee did cot file their

motion until 1956. after the matter

had been brought to their attention
by the Washington bar.

Flahsphaler left the Isthmus

yesterday, it Was learned.

Railroad Slowed;
Damage, $75,000
v. Telephone lines in New Cristobal and Colon wer

still out of commission today following a record-breaking

flood which hit the Atlantic side early yesterday morning.
. So far estimates of flood damages run from. $65,000
to $75,000. v V

This includes filling three serious washouts along the
Panama Railroad. They account for the major portion of

repairs required.
Power was still off in Gatun today although crews are

working round-the-clock to restore service;

.scooter which carried Gov.
' 4 aw anI fkanae Tama, eanrl PafllfWaV

ici aiiu tkiici auuiiv mum .oaa,aa e i
officials who were Journeying to,
the Atlantic side to attend a cer

The three .washouts will require .scooter which carried

about 20,000 cubic yards of fill to
repair. This will take some time

to complete.
Meanwhile, train service was
restored almost to normal,. Trains

are leaving on schedule today,

but are arriving somwhat late due

to I'slow-orders', issued lattery fine
washouts, ft, t i'

The recom breaking Novem

ber flood worst to 1 hit the Isth

mus since im was responsmie

for d 1 ting rail power nd tele telephone
phone telephone s, 11 p on the All. ulic side

JJo-vt trn!'ie wntcn was uiui.-neu
.,1,1. (..l.-ived hundreds of

workers UOiu. cetuug to the... juli

on time.
Tniimi nnllp renorted Atlantic

side roads were cleared sufficient sufficiently
ly sufficiently to permit passage through flood

ed areas Dy means 01 ueiuuis.
TeleDhone service in New Cns-

tnhsi was still sout today Repairs

to 400-pair cable lnes are being
made. Workmen were making
rnnnrt-the-clock reoairs but it was

not expected' that service, would

be restored tor z nours or more,
In addition, 100-pair cable lines
connecting Atlantic side Canal

Zone towns with the coion ex
chanee were out of commission.

Some service was being given to

Colon on another cable.

The first train to cross the Isth-

must yesterday was a special

emony commemorating the trans- 4
fer of Hotel Washington to the Pa;
nama government. ., v v
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THE; NAME'S THE SAME, BUT WASHINGTON'S LANDLORD IS A DIFFERENT GOVERNMENT

By HINDI DIAMOND

Dr. Bernard Levin
Arrives On Isfhmus
v As Quarantine Chief
i Dr. Bernard K, Levin, woo has

- been appointed Chief of the

quarantine Section1 of the Divi Division
sion Division of Preventive Medicine and

Quarantine arrived on th lth.

mus tJhis week to begin ; his new I

outies in tne canal Zone t- a
He: will reside ,on the 'Atlantic
; aide but will supervise quarantine
boarding activities in the parts
of the Balboa and Cristobal. Cristobal.-The
The Cristobal.-The new 'quarantine i chiefs
" comes to the Canal Zone from Ks Ks-sler
sler Ks-sler Ah Fprce Base iin tBiloxi,
,w. Mississippi, where for thep-aat
three months, he has been in
charge of an industrial hygiene

program, rrror to that be spent
sea years in the li.S. Army as
V a preventive medicine officer.
A native tf Chelsea.. Man., Dr.
; Levin took his pre-mcljcal train-
ing in the City College of New
' fork and studied optometry in
Ma:ihu$etts College of Opto Opto-.;
.; Opto-.; me try. He was graduated in .1945

fro.m the College of Physicians and

surgeons n jmisioq aua served
3 his internship' and residency in
Doctors' Hospital in Boston.:
He then spent three years as
rssiflent student health director
- of State University of New York
. et Chemplain College in Platts-

: burg. New York.
i while he was with the Army,'"

Dr.; uvui served m Korea and

. Okinawa where he- wa Chief of
Preventive Medicine for the Ry Ry-tikyus.
tikyus. Ry-tikyus. Command. During this time
rv scted as consultant to the
' If Rvinw Health Bureau in the
f itelopment ,of heallh and qua-
rantme program.
" He was accompanied to the Ca-
tiJ Zone by his wife and son.
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The end of. an old Canal lnarf.

mark came auietlv vesterdav with

very little show or fanfare,
for the landmark still stands.
But the spirit of the half -century-okt
edifiee has been shifted uliixht.

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Outwardlyj, the stately Hotel
Washington garbed ;m shades of
rose colored faint and bordered
by giant coconut palms, is the
same.' There is nothing to indicate
that a new era in its history has
begun. -v
The same hotel, cterk will reg register
ister register you at the desk.'
The same bellboy will carry
wp your bajj to th asime rooms.,

And even the same manager

win greet you, if he happens to

be around when you check in.
But the administration of .the

1 Atlantic-side hostelry has changed
;hAnitc.' ..... )

New -owners the Panama gov governmenttook
ernmenttook governmenttook over the Washfne-

ton yesterday and promptly an-

nouncea mat lor tne time oeing
at least, everyone and everything
stays. .;
This includes salaries, pay payrolls,
rolls, payrolls, and room rentals.

, Unaware of the historic, event
yesterday, at 4 p.m., an unob unobtrusive
trusive unobtrusive chief engineer signed in
on. the clean register as Hs first

guest under the new -management
He was C. E. Neilstn,, a Danish
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IN A CESTURE symbolizing the transfer of Hotel Washington
to the Panama government. In accordance with the RP-US
Treaty. Ooy. W. E. Potter trightr bands over the hotel register
to "Panama's Minister of Finance, Gilberto Arias t a cer
mony held at 3:39" p m. in the hotel. Also present was V. S. S.-Ambassador
Ambassador S.-Ambassador Julian P. Harrington, Panama's Comptroller; Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Heurtematte. former Finance Minister Ruben D. paries.
Colons mayor Joe Vives, former mayor Joe D. Bazan. Gov Gov-ernof
ernof Gov-ernof e-f. Colon. Jose Maria Gonzales, and other prominent prominent-,
, prominent-, .official from both side cf the border. -"
" ... 4 ' ti

citizen who arrived on the Isth

mus by plane to join his Ship, the
Maren Maersk; which is transiting
the Canal today for the Far East.
Although inconspicuous,' he will
probably join the annals of cele celebrated
brated celebrated and distinguished guests
housed at the Washington- since

its inauguration day 47 years ago.

xeuowed registers snow that its

first guest; Vincent Astor(i signed

in on an ominous date March

13, 1913, but there was nothing
unlucky about his fortune., !,;

Besides .famous names of presi presidents,
dents, presidents, and prime .- mtjiisters, the

register is also aottea witn names
of top talents 'iff the entertainment
world who were Washington guests
during the war when USO groops
came down to the Isthmus.
A prominent name In Isthmian
circles was added ti the more or
less permanent list of residents
when Capt C. B. Ftnton checked
in during February of 1918 toi

Boom .323 one of three suites
in the hotel which he has .occupi .occupied
ed .occupied for 33 years.
Actually, the or! ?mai Washing

ton Hotel Was built in 1870 as a
residence for Panama Railroad
employes. At first it was a two two-story
story two-story building, but in 1905 a third

iioor waa aaaea.n

By 1908 the Washincton was

taken over by the Isthmian Canal

Commission, hut m 1913 President

William H. TafT set aside $500,000
for the construction of the M-roora
building as it stands today.
" One early visitor who greatly
admired the Spanish architecture

desiened by a New York. firm.

Cram, Goodhue amfFerguson, left

witn tne remarx:

llt'i aa architect's dream come

rrue.'- -

3ut the Washington seemed slat.

ed for a gradual decline' of busi business.
ness. business. Activities began to fall off

to a bare fraction of what they

usea 10 oe in toe eooa 01a davs"

when 'Zonians' lives revolved a-

roimd the -palm-lined building.
Each happy occasion .had Ui
special room. A golden Wedding
anniversary couple chose to cele celebrate
brate celebrate the affair in the gold-decorated
main dining room, : known
then to employes as the 'a la
carte" room. Hi eh school kids us

ed the grand ballroom for is

parties, and more subaued groups

held teas and coiiee klotchej in
the lounge, overlooking, the -seawall
on Manzanillo Bay. r ,..
After 41 years of uninterrupted
management,, the CanaJ Company
turned over the key. to a Panama

firm, Inversiones Mottap S. A. on
Jan. 1, 1954. Punsters promptly

dubbed it "Motel Washington."

No other Canal hotel ever be

fore had been operated under coif

tract.. Perhaps none ever will be
again. The ill-fated, lease, was, ter terminated
minated terminated about nine 1 months l,ater

wnen tne iive-promer company ae

cided it was. not a paying propo

sition. : .- ..:!, S'M'
Since then the Canal had con

tinued operating thj three story

building at .the requei; of the Pa

nama government until .the

changeover yesterday..,

Commemorating the affair, a ca

la buffet table was prepared .for

Canal Zone and Panama officials
who came over in a spcial scooU

S- (almost cancelled, because of
e heavy flood, which caused
washouts, on-.lhe railroad) to lake

part in the .ceremony. vU,

At least one. guest at the affair
recalled that her: children and

grandchildren had learned to swim

there.

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"I hep Panama decides to o o-pen
pen o-pen up the pool again so that I
can see my gmat-grandchildren
swim there too."

Meanwhile, while the hotel was

being turned over to the new own owner,
er, owner, old-time residents seemed com completely
pletely completely .undisturbed by the go-

rngs-on. w

Said white-haired Juan Palome-

ras, a Spanish businessman of Co Colon
lon Colon who has lived at the Wash'

ington with his wife and son for

many years:

i"I dont know how Panama In Intends
tends Intends to run it, but I know with
a little modernization, and con

struction of a new pool and first

class bar people in Colon will
partronize it, not only the tour

ists-." :.'....

Paiomeras claims that it is a

wonderful place to live a real

home..

"'The view of the bay produces

JUAN f AL031TEA)

Over 1 Million
Americans Down
With Asian Flu
WASHINGTON, Nov. 8 (UP)

An estimated 1,250,000 Americans
were stricken with influenza last

week,' the "largest weekly total

since the Asian flu outDreak
Public Health Service reported

today.

The "service also reported that

56 persons in 108 large cities died
of influenza and pneumonia dur-

in the week. This brought to I

3.001 the total of deaths from the

two diseases since Sept, 29.

9
.The total number of influenza

cases since tne first Asian nu

case was estimated at 4.750,000.

The health service said fatal

ities from flu and 'pneumonia

increased I per cent over the

previous week, when 771 died. The
3,001 total for the five-wek
period compared with. 1,453 deaths
in the comparable '. period last

year. ,: .-.

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Presidnt' F,rn-!i de U Cmtr.:

dia Jr. has accepied an lnnutioit

to attend the 1 Veterans Day ob observances
servances observances to be held Monday at
Balboa Stadium, a joint commit committee
tee committee "of the American Legion and

the Veterans of Foreign Wan an

nounced today. 1

The Veterans Day Committee.

ih making this announcement urg urged'
ed' urged' the pubhc 1 to participate in

this 3rd annual observance of Vet Veterans
erans Veterans Dav. 1 k

Armistice Day, as ft was for-
merly called, was changed to Vet Veterans
erans Veterans Day by act of Congress hi
1954.. President Eisenhower, 1 la -signing
the bill, asked all citizens

to join together in making the oh-1
seryance of Veterans. Day a mem-'
orable occasion. v .r

Other distinguished fiuests wh

have been invited to attend in-
elude: Lt, Gen. Robert M. ; Mon

tague, Commander-in-Chief, Canb-;

oean commana, Ma J. uen. I nom nomas
as nomas L. Harrold. Commandme Gn.

eral. U.S. Army Caribbean.. Rear

Adm. George Wales, Commandant,

ioui iavai. LFistnct, Lionel vasse,'.
French Ambassador; Ian Hender Henderson,
son, Henderson, British Ambassador; Julian
Harrington, United Sates.' Ambas-
sador and Gov. William E. Potter.
The patriotic observances are
scheduled to begin at the stadium 4
at 10:30 a.m. and will be preced-
ed by a parade through Balboa ;
which will terminate at the sta-
dium. -. r

, tAPT. C. B. FENTON

such optimism one just has to

sit tor 1 a while and?, gare at the
ships of the whole world passing
by to feel wonderfuL"

The lone-time boarder added

that although the outside of the
building! may not make a good
impression, once inside, 'he says

you leei tne nanmest vou can

be."

Civil Defense

Elections Elections-Next
Next Elections-Next Week

. The pneumonia eases did not

necessarily develop from infju

eaza. the service aid.

The towns of Rainbow Citr and

Santa Cruz will hold their month monthly
ly monthly Civil Defense meetings on Nov.
13 and 14 respectively. : Rainbow
City will meet at 6:30 p.m. in
the Rainbow City School and San San-la
la San-la Cruz wilt meet at' 8 p.m., at
the Santa Crua Service Center.

Business 'for the' evening wQ

be election, of officers .for the
year'1958: j.u :-.,,-

"All members of the Civil De

fense Volunteer Corps are urged

Cleveland Roberto

Elected Presiden

Of La Boca Council

Cleveland Roberts is the new

president of the La Boca-Pedro

Miguel Civic Council, it was an announced
nounced announced last night. -.

Other officers are as follows: -Cecil
. Ca llender, vice -president;
Arthur W. Davis, representative
to Governor's conference; 4 Lester
Sandiford and Miriam Sarrell, re representatives
presentatives representatives to onaress of Ci Civic
vic Civic Councils; Livinstooe Reede -and
D. D. Smith, alrernate repre- 0
sentatives; Earl S. 'WalrOnd; se
cretary; St. Clair Husband, assist- -ant
secretary; Gtuilermina Layae,
chaplain; Ralph,. Clements,, tree-

surer, and Dudley rarreU, pre-

gram chairman.. -",r,
The following are council men V
Doris D. Livingston, Carlos Diss, v
Edgar. Shaw, Benjamin Soley, E-
Tie Raphale, Samuel Turner, Leor I

Nicholson and Franklin Henry. J

(The last two are celegatea from
La Boca until that townsite tU
closed out.) ' ,.
' House-to-house votinf was eon- .-

ducted in the two townsites Tuea. ;

day and 239 votes, were cast,. .'.

BONN TO ENIX PAYMENTS -"
BO, Germany (UP) -West
Germany -will end its contribution

to the "cost of allied troops na-.
turned In this country next March

ISl, a lomgB efuco spokesman said

today. The spokesman an ifd. bow- i.
ever, that under the North AtJantie
Treaty nations-with" trocps st st-tioned
tioned st-tioned in West Germany eouH

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WHY EXPECT T.V. ANNOUNCERS td PRONOUNCE
t .IT RIGHT? KS--'
jjBlr: ( '.
2 The deformed pronunciation of at least one., local TV an announcer
nouncer announcer is Just as ludicrous as your letter-writer s$ys.
But the armed froces Bhould not have to .Insist on a
diploma from an Ivy League College or a good prep school as
must for TV newscasters. :
" Many state university grads should be Qualified. But the
?CtThetltrouble goes down lots deeper, than: "How are yon go-
ing to find a literate TV or radio announcer?"-
J It stems from' this: Though everybody and his little bro brother
ther brother wants to be on TV or radio, nobody, wants to pay any at attention
tention attention to the study of English. In high school,-students give
lis little time to English and English literature as they ; are
allowed to. In college most students, avoid the jion-miist Eng Eng-3ish
3ish Eng-3ish courses as lust too boring. Why bother with,, all that stuff ?
I They'll study speech, the physical formation of words, but
ignore the essential English behind the mouthing of sounds.
C So what happens? All of a sudden Johnny finds he s got
good voice box. His tone Is pleasing, and he's a nice look looking
ing looking fellow with a big smile. V ;

, off he takes onto the airwaves wun an unseraie whumimj.
Blithely he goes along, skipping syllables, giving the commonest
.English words and place names a laughabfe garbling.
But what are the armed services going to do? The next;

Snan will be the same way all personality and no culture
Sifter all, who wants culture hereabouts It's a jjjj5,-

By VICTOR RIKSetV JC I
HUNTINGTON, -wJ ViA This ((.'( '5
is an appeal to reason. f chronlcls ir",

QUALITY OF MILK

"Sir:

w As we all know, the treaty between the United States and
ianama In theory was meant to help the Panama businessman
Ueliver his product to the people of Panama and of the Zone
"St" a cost somewhere near normal. It was also supposed to
encourage the Zone residents to buy from the Panama busi-
'MH5wever good this theory may, have been, the treaty has
' liad the opposite result. Consider milk.
. f Some time aeo it was rumored in the papers that the Zone

Srould do away with Mindi dairy, and buy all fnjlk and dairy
products from Panama sources.
I Well five years ago it was quite a pleasure to buy a auart
.f Panama mUk here on the Zone. The flavor was good, there
ras lots of cream enough to use plenty of it for coffee-ana
Still have enough butterfat left tor ft healthy and,, enjoyable
-class of mUk. then whoever was supplying this mfll got mow
"StmHi, than t.ha vera alreadv. and b? straight cash itr politic

al maneuvering fixed the situation so that now f e have iftb,.

thoice as to the milk we buy from Panama. i":
' According to law the milk should cpntaln 30 percent butter butter-.
. butter-. fat.i I have had some submitted to .laboratory test. The lab
' Seported Jl.4 percent butterfat, plusin additiorr,of :spme ani ani--
- ani-- mal fat. The percentage o' lf fat s n0 vttWe t
fLevSi hopewe'have no repetition here of what happened
In Mexico when the dairies added animal fat to milk Just
,sk aomont who Uved to Mexico City a few years back. Be-
-tween them, greed and the treaty have placed us In a posi position
tion position where we ould run a risk of the aame.thlng..
Next time you go to the Commissary Just. note how little
ream for coffee or whipping there is on milk from Panama.
tAnd the flavor ia like something left over from a reconstruc reconstruction
tion reconstruction process. SICAP or some such agency should take a clog,
lean look at the dairy industry In Panama so that we can once
again buy a good bottle of milk with at least 30 percent cream,
f J A Customer

i UNITED FUND

Sir:

In reading the letters in the Mail' Bo recently concerning

it oecause Wnerer 1 go.anud

iorests oi steei mm stacks or nine

pa tones, union men cume-some

in anger, some in bitterness and

some in oewilderment asking why

an oi mem snouiq oe enrown into

a latter-day civil war Because a

few labor chieftains buried their

heritage under heaps of gold.

ine civu war l taiK m i$ one

looming between all oi labor ana

many in the Congress and among

uie yuiiic. it is a civu war wmcn

muse come if the worjeingmen and

tneu union concADtx much,

ed instead of the combine of crook

ed officials

I write this now, for in passing
through Washington the other day
I heard of the compressed anser

which spurted at a few Teamster

owciaia Denina int cioseo .floors

of the AFL-CIO builaJng's coun

cil room. I was the morning of

Thursday, uct. 24. and the soeak

er was. a man who can lob over

outrage much the way the new

recouiess oazooxas on tat ana

the tanget' was Just as hard-thell-

ed.

r

It was big Joe Curran, the sai

lors' leader, who opened up on the

Teamsters entouraec.

"We were up half the nisht try

ing to find a formula to keep the

Teamsters union inside the AFL-

cio," curran told them in a voice

which sounded like a drawl' mixed

wiht a ship commander's bark,

He referred to the closed seelon

of the AFL-CIO Executive Council

and its Ethical Preacticet Com

mittee in the Hotel Carlton the

night before.

"Nobody wants to oust the mil

lion and a half Teamsters. But we

got no help from you fellows. You

threw up roadblocks to staying in.
If you had any-spark of principle,

you would have stepped aside and

let us keep your big militant union 1

in and clean it up, out you puiiea

stuff in Florida which prevented

us from doing anything else.

"You were arrogant. And you

brought us to the point where all
labor is hurt. No matter what we

do now we're gqing to have a I
tough time keeping all unions'

from being punished. .

"They're going to hit us with

everything in Congress,"
Than Georga Maany spoke up.
He taid he. agreed with matt
of what Cvrran taid. ; But h
ditagraad en one paint. Maany
asserted that he did net. believe
that punitive, law, ware inevfc
table. He painted aut that the
ouster' of the Teamtteri would,
among ethei1 things,; prava la labor's
bor's labor's sincerity of Intentions,

There's no insinuation here that!

the Teamsters Union was sus-

y 1(1 JLL-fei trrT vr;

Walter Winched

InMevvYork

ROADWAY PRISS AGENT

nn' h. tooled bv a lawnty

look aa ha swageart Into Sar-

He' really a harassed, hunted
aehnookend he needs these,

two Bareardis. ;
Hit lobs are mulilpW end

complex because of his many
botius; . .

And a prooiom sucn a
sans ex-la only one of his.

uT: .raducer beef H Ihrough

: .. ..' .J.

the day-ihe beeKera squw
night; 1" 1 4
.Mir, the star of av

ery play always in the right.

Se there w
way flaek, Hi-ho end flddldee.

Like an anetent mariyr
rack-he's alweye In he middle.

1 am waainwny.

CurtairvTlmet Tlw week's

tries ran the: entertainment

en-

a-

pended only to ayoiJ legislation. mnUi: music.i aB opera, a torn.

The nauonai leaders ot labor ledy Ind drama, optimisticaUy

h, u uv .. .v utled, "The square Koot ot wpn
And it may cost them plenty, derfirl". .Unf ortunatelv. the no

Tne pians now are 10 raise ar w ,nHrfr- rt,.

. An Ak 1 I uvea VTSV I1W TWMWIMM

ai, th. N-Y- Tlmes' Brook Atkinson dis-
!.'""mW'itlBS. missed it as "commonplace al

r." n"a.icr..' X.1 Albeit the Mlrror'a Jtobeft Coleman

tu, -"V""" ": generously conceded Mit has flash

iTth- Tm.- of beauty v J The premiere of
SS' "gt Home's music.l,"-J am. i-

1-.. ".."u.-r .. "t ca.-'was the season's major ga-

""Xin r"9' A. a?t- -.'Vf tr 'alone guarantees a

the tinlted Fund, it occurred to me how easy it is for ail of lrir; K H B i0v w PPy time witn her larking. .

s.to find an excuse for not doing our share. When finding 1 'VontT The show came to town with an

uvance saie ox .i,isuu,uw. tueen

i fv, tva wav fhlnas arp manairpd. w should bear in

Wind that as long as an organization is run by people it wilt

never be without flaws, oe it cnurcn, wage, ciuo, moor union,

er any otner including me ea truss.
n- Hnwaver t iion't believe one rierson would want to see a

, Society without any such institutions Just because, they each
have something that Is not quite perfect. We all know of much

rd that has Deen aone oy tne organization umi. win wutuw
the united Fund. Life would be pretty hopeless for thou thousands
sands thousands of families without the Red Cross, salvation Army and
Others.
St I doubt that the writers of the aforementioned letters stop stop-tied
tied stop-tied to realize that what they are actually doing is picking

fauls In these organizations in order to Justify their own re
Tirrjinc An their share In helnine others.

The following is taken from the trade., publication of the

Bunray Petroieu mProaucts company wna regara 10 umwa
Vnnrf oirlnir- "niffer ax we do in nolitics. religious faith or

HBolor of akin, we are truly a tinited people when unity counts
frost. A child is stricken by a crippling illness, a heart fails,
cancer cell nlays havoc with a one healthy body. A flood

Marunta an entire rltv. old neonle grow lonely, boys and gins

become restless. When these things happen, we are -united in

gar regard for human life. We believe in ourselves and, m tne
power to help each. other through united action."
A Fair Share Giver

" KAN ANTONIO RTTOLF.

m

AA J vu uuii i;aa&T3 ail uvn v va v&aav ivi vaa "vw
$runtry is full of spooks or was yesterday morning arpund 2
t O'clock. No less than 14 saw it and this morning their have
raised it to fifteen. The sheriff at Levltland described it as an
- agg-shaped object about 200 feet long all lighted up and when
tt lit all motors stopped, and lights went out, but came to life
' aa soon as the rJbiect took off.

'. Have kept up with the Remon murder trial as Bill Hasklns'
fnend sends him the Star and Herald and he passes them on
- to me. His asthma has been bothering him and he is figuring
c& taking off for higher ground. Yesterday was cool aU day
: here, around 61 degrees all day.

- Tied to phone until and off to bed lor an excellent
'Hit-t'm yf. fA rrf mm Hti rmv VM vriraA thftn mvCr TV. Antn-

' Aetrtst say there is no relief for me, but I wish I had gone
te San Jose, Costa Rica, as Bill Hasklns did. He got some
relief. 1

' 'Tiapeclai" session of t the Legislature is trying on how
rauch "t spend for water reservation but cant agree. Seems
N Uce the world cant agree on anything. If Russia hits the
moon Tuesday, we are capable of making another smaller
hut big enough for use.
4 I -wont be able to send out many greeting cards to I am
' letting a lot struck good for all seasons 'and will try and get

'whooplnf crane stamp on it, so you can see what the bird looks
Eke......
I -. Top Wright

There are reasonable men in M" conquered One d All with

government and labor and they
should not be thrown against
each other. Only the corrupt would
gain from that not. only at home,
but on the world front. I have

in mind what Deputy Under Se

cretary of State Robert Murphy

told me when I asked for a State
Dept. view of George Menay:

"There has boon ample expo-
rienois to demonstrate that the
voice of free labor is a major
asset la the ideological struggle
against the forces of totalita.
rlanltm," Mr. Dulles' aide said.
"Mr. Meany and the organiza

tion he represents have been
impressive and effective, advoca advocates
tes advocates of American institutions and
of free world principles general generally.
ly. generally. In his forceful championing of
the interests of .the American
workers, Mr. Meany has empha emphasized
sized emphasized to workers everywhere

their vital stake in a free and de

mocratic society.

"The United States Information

Agency, for example, is constant

ly reporting overseas his per-

susive arguments for out system

of industrial relations and for

our free economy. It is hoped that
Mr. Meany will continue this

constructive roie ln the future."

To Meany and honest union

ism everywhere n this land, it

seems to me. there must be the

sympathy and encouragement of
reasonable men. t.

the New York Journal-American's

wonn raeuain curtsying: "Lena

plus Music: A Big Winner". v
The inaugural of another Met O

pera season lured the familiar

customers, Chichi. Hoity Toltv

and Co. .This is a branch of Riffi

Kan, inc. .As usual, the show-

offs m the audience were more
of a show than the 6how. ."Fair

uame," a spoof, arrived at the
Ixmgacre as we Sputnik's to
press.
aaaaaaaaJaaaiaiA S
The Clnemagiclans: SOth's "No
Down Payment" unreels an In Interesting
teresting Interesting study of suburbia the
strange lend ruled by. King
Mortgage. ."Stowaway Olri" ia
strictly for pop-corn lovers. .
"Naked Africa," an entertaining
safari, co-stars Pang and Claw.
. ."The A m e z I n g Colossal
Man" is neither amazing nor
colossal. Seme spectators calld
it silly. ."Cabiria," a poignant
import from Italy, pays off m
sighs. Beautifully played by Gut Gut-lietta
lietta Gut-lietta Masina. -"Across the
Bridge" praaofrts a taut, tingly
portrait of a rich heal, whose'
character refracts geM: CoM,

limit future anniversary parties
to, if ptrsons. -.The chief hack hacker
er hacker of Lena Home's show, "J a
males' "Romanoff and Juliet,"
"Look Back in Anger," is M.
J, Brown, a South Band, India Indiana,
na, Indiana, industrialist. Owns 25 per
cant of each show, whtch a a-mount
mount a-mount he invested in "Fanny"
end "Matchmaker," last. year's
uranium strikes.
The Sforv-Tollnrs.' Atlantic mac

celebrates its 100th ann'v with

a word-party., Hemingway. Thur-

ber, Wilder and Co. All readable,
thoughtful, wonderful.- .Cosmo .Cosmo-litan's
litan's .Cosmo-litan's teen-urge issue is, must must-reading
reading must-reading for parents." Helps ex explain
plain explain why children act like kids.
. '. .Pageant tells males how to
be ten years younger..,McCall's
offers the most what-shesay? an analogy.
alogy. analogy. Elsa Maxwell (Jack Pear's
other Wife) comoares hprself tn

drowned. . Herb Martin devourediEve m the Garden of Eden. ; ;The

hard, end yellow,'. ."The Silknn
Aiffair" is perfectly tailored for
David Niven's velvet drollery.
. ."Pickup Alley" atars Anita
Saxberg in a routine razzmatazz.

The Hollywood Line: About 400

press cards are' issued to U.S.
and foreign correspondents. This
includes movie and- TV mags.

There are 28& actually, covering
the studios. t '.Very quiet and-of-the-picture-party
for 20th's "The

Gift of Love." Evvyone brought
his own spouse. .MGM is excit excited
ed excited about Dean : Jones' emoting
in "MOck Trial". .Working for

Cinerama takes "moxie." During

the filming of "Search bf Para-

dize, a boat capsized in the In Indus
dus Indus River, killing a man. The Ci

nerama South Seat crew was -an

other river casualty, one. member

hospitalized a $75,000 c a m e r a

f PtIW eiAtfOst

3-biographies of Tox Richard to
hist el a 1m- tVtA .' riamncatt

story, fv .After aU that publicity

"The James Dean Story" is a
box-office disappointment,

"The Telebirltlas: "Meet the
Press" was embellished by poet

Carl Sandburg, whose wisdom and
candor enlightened. His remarka-

Die race .is. aiorm 01 poetry, it
rhymes with honesty...The "What's
My Line?," panelists forgot to
don their smarty-pants. .Mufled

Identifying all occupations plus the
mystery-guest. .NBC's "strange

Case of Cosmic Rays" tried to
make science entertaining. Featur Featured
ed Featured such stars as Marilyn Neu

tron, Kim Proton and Jayne E E-lectron.
lectron. E-lectron. ."Wide, Wide World's"
testimonial to medicos was lust

what the doctor ordered. .Loret .Loret-ta
ta .Loret-ta Young continues looking young younger
er younger and younger. .Dinah s latest
wasn't her best, although supe

rior to 'most of her competitors.

mings" show make freevee

gain. .Christopher P lu m ra er
swashed one heluva buckle in

thrilleyision's "Prince and t h e

Pauper."
Backstage Broadway: The now
Shirley Booth opus, which is
now in rehearsal, has an ad ad-vane
vane ad-vane sale of $750,000. .:. .The
cast Includes Navy Marchand,
"Marty's'' first girl friend,
when Rod Stelger did it on TV.
. .Playwright Lillian Hellman
was a hefty investor in the fast
casualty, "Miss Lonelyhoarts". ,.
. .An usherette, et "Long Day's
Journey" (Theda Doolittlo) is
a formir Rhode Island high
school principal. .Ona of the
male loads in "West Side Sto Story"
ry" Story" crochets between stage
waits., ..The Theatre Guild will

Jan. Redbook will submit the ex-

elusive story of what "really
happened" to Air Force Lt. Da David
vid David Steevefti All details Of his 54
days in the Sierras after "Bail "Bailing
ing "Bailing out" of his not yet found jet
plus the-reasons 'why his es estranged
tranged estranged wife reconciled with him
this week. Steeves' .comment on
seeing the-story: -"Harsh, but
true". ., vThe Patrick Tanners
(he wrote "Auntie Mame") are
building a town house on East
91st Street.', They take occupan occupancy
cy occupancy at Yuletime.. Has two sound soundproofed
proofed soundproofed studios. His and hers. .

The much-quoted (but not cred

ited) quip kidding the city signs:
"Did you make N.Y. dirtv. to

day?" ("No. hut New York

makes me dirty every day!")

was in Coronet 2 months aeo. .

The title of Marion M. Premin-

ger's new book is "All 1 Want Is

Everything." (Lotsa luck, dear

ie.)

Broadway Com'uclous: Sum

THE UNITED NATIONS- Kew

York Whatever the connotations

of Zhukov-Khrushchev maneuver-

ings inside the Kremlin, there is
no dispute regarding the growls
of Andre Gromyko at thr United
Nations. -They have grown grim

mer and more menacing.",

V
Diplomats who haVe been attend

ing the UN since ajts inception say
that never before, have the "Rus "Russians
sians "Russians been so tough, so uncom uncompromising,
promising, uncompromising, or played their cards
with such precise, diplomatic skill.

They alsovsay that the three-

hour private conference foreign
minister Gromyko had ? at : the
home of John Foster -Dulles, cal calculated
culated calculated to-be., a'., showdown be-
tka TTC FTC CD liil

ly made Gromyko more bellicose.

Gromyko is ; blavinB '-hii: hand

from strength, his trump cards
are the ICBM,? Sputnik, the new

Soviet jet transport plane, and he

is waving these cards with braz

en audacity. With their' help here

are some of .the plays ne has pull

Play -JMo. li-r On Sunday Oct,

20, Gromyko invited Syria, Egypt,
plus j the satellite countries, plus
such neutrals as Indonesia, India,

and Yugoslavia, to his home to

head off mediation of the Turk-ish-Syrian
dispute by King Saud

He-. wanted' the dispute handled

not in the distant desert kingdom

of Saudi Arabia, which lacks

newsreeu and television, but' un

der kleig lights of the United Na

tions where the entire world could

watch-the fireworks. He -was not

interested in mediation but in psy

etiological warfare.

During the course of -this secret

meeung, Gromyko used the words

we will tase force if necessary."

He did not elaborate further.

Play No. 2 In other b a c k-

stage UN talks, Gromyko, always

a grim man. has been grimmer

than evervHe has even let it be

known that Russia would use

armed force to keen the present

pro-itussian government of fcyria
in power. Inother words, should
there be a revolt inside Syria, the
Red Army would invade to pro

tect its. puppet government just

as it invaded Hungary. a ,,

strengthen her hold eft Syria or
put the final squeeze on Turkey,
or penetrate'1 through Jordan to
the Red Sea, using Syrian' agents.
Eventually Russia"- will do aU
three,' .v-- --t

COCKED REVOLVER.

I

! American diplomacy has to rec recognize
ognize recognize the faci that for ten years
Russia has bitterly resented Amer American
ican American bases in Turkey.'-.
; Now with the power of the IC IC-BM
BM IC-BM and the prestige of Sputnik
supporting her, she is determined

to get rid of these- base either
by leap-frogging over Turkey or
taking Turkey. Since we : are
oledeed to go -to war sll-out war

to defend Turkey,' this could

mean world war.
Mnof Hlrolv H4vAlnnment t that

Syrian exiles in' Turkey nfay

move into Syria to set up a new
government, This would Rive Rus

sia, the excuse to come In. Judg Judging
ing Judging from the present temper at

the UN, lt won t take much of an
excuse . V,,'
' What the' 'United. States really
has to decide is whether it wants
to go to war over Turkey. Ameri American
can American bases are like a yocked revol revolver
ver revolver aimed at: Russia's head. ;
They -are like Russian b a s e s

would be if located across our

border in Mexieo. K.
We would circumvent .'them by

putting troops in Guatemala and
Panama, just as Russia is build building
ing building a base in Syria..
: A few months ago she wouldn't
have dared to do this. : But with
the prestige of Sputnik and the IC-

BM she not only dares do it but

is doing it,
That's why Andre Gromyko at

the United Nations is talking so
tough. And that's the great deci decision
sion decision we may have' to make

whether to face a military show-

down over the Austria and Cze Czechoslovakia
choslovakia Czechoslovakia of the Near East. -1.
Note Since we have the in intermediate
termediate intermediate range missile and not

the inter-continental missile, Turk Turkish
ish Turkish bases are all, the more impor important
tant important than' before. From them we

could hit Moscow with an IRBM.
This fact also makes .it more
important to Moscow to get rid
of those bases. i,

DIPLOMATIC POUCH

Play jNo; 3-r- Russian; delegates
are whispering that they obtained
the diplomatic pouch containing
the reports by Loy Henderson on

his Near Eastern trip to .bolster

Z F,iTn 1DZL. ,-5h.SrJwl with"DuUesTeeently say that
the Eisenhower doctrine These Jhe B r l t hi oW bounce, doesn't

they claim; reveal war J plans ,be-

tween Turkey .and the U b i t e d

States.

Photostats, have iven'.beea cir-

cuiatea: nmona-." the Syrians ana

EgypUana, givmg ? talieced U, S.

plans for a Turkish attack.

Unquestionably,, these docu

ments do exist, thoueh U.S. intel

ligence' agents are convinced they

are forgeries either po'd to the
Russians by Arab agents or man manufactured
ufactured manufactured in Moscow. This writer,
who recently visited the rN ear
East, came back with the convic conviction
tion conviction that the United States at i-no
time encouraged Turkey to be afl
aggressor. Just the Contrary.

Conclusions. These nlava add

'up to one thing.; Russia is. whip

ping up. a psychological' feats, id
the Near East, to' cover and early
move.

The move will be either

Prime Mi&ister MacmiUan of

England found John Foster Dulles

weary: and somewhat discouraged.

Other diplomats who have confer-

have" his former .hopeful attitude
about the world. iDulles is bi.
terly disappointed .that he didn't
win the Nobel tPeace t Prize' ins
stead of Lester' Pearson ex; for-,
sign minister of Canada,.' Pearson"
won it for getting British, French,"
and Israeli trooos out of S u erz.

Dulles hslieves he had as much
or more to do with this than

Pearson. .It will surprise no one
if Dulles bows out of the cabinet
around the first' of the year. Re

publican pressure on the White
House to relieve him is increas increasing.
ing. increasing. 4 .MacmiUan urged Ike not
to cut off aid to Yugoslavia, said
it would play into the Kremlin's ;
hands. : Tito has been uriine the

State Department to let him fly
to-Washington for a conference
with Ike, before 1 Ike slashes aid.
to Yugoslavia. White House isn't
likely to act too much opposi opposition
tion opposition from some Congressmen and

to Catholic groups.

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The dolly-diUys on Bob Cum-1 of the Soviet System :They keep

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FORT CLAYTON POST EXCHANGE, employes with five and ten veai-3' service were awarded certificates for their service in a recent:. ceremony at the
Central Exchange Office at Fort Clayton. Col. Walter Killilae, fourth from the left, Iront row, commanding officer, of Fort Clayton,- ma.de the presenta presentations
tions presentations assisted by Maj. A. E. Weber, fifth from the left, front row, U.S. Army Caribbean central exchange officer. The recipients are, left to right, front
row, Rafael Carattini, Joaquin Yunsan, Muriel Hanson, Col. Killilae, Weber, Pauline P, Undo, Fabio C. Ruiz, Kenneth Blake and pOfrielius,, McDonald.
In-the rear are, left to right, Enrique Mora, Vaughn Osborne, Isaias Jacques, Henry Colley, Thaddeus Bruce and Vernon Reid. (U.S. Army Photo)

Mew Science Chief To Recruit Talent
Best Scientific Minds in Ceremony'

rAMRRinftF Mnc Nov 8 (UP) Dr. James R. Killian Jr.. the new residential assistant for science and technoloav. todav Dlan-

fcied the formation of a scientific advisory group as his first step towards hastening the nation's defense program.
J The Massachusetts Institute of Technology president said last night after the announcement of his appointment by President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower in a nationwide televised speech, that he hoped 'to assume his new duties rn Washington by next week.
At a news conference in his office at the Institute, Killida said the would "move as rapidly as possible to mprshal the best scien
tific and engineering judgment and creative talent in the United States to make it available to the president for the formulation of national
feolicy which involves science and technology."

lice's
From

He said the essential part oiiiun time to tne iasK or acceier-

lis plan was a "very strong sci-lating tne nation s aerense pro-

(Intific advisory group... and the; gram.

jiecruiting of this group will President Eisennower torn tne,

flroceed witn tne utmost ais-.nauuii uut uigui. hc is umucu

Satch."

S The 53-year old educator

said he was "confident that

American science can do the

job required by the nation

"and that we can meet any
crisis just as the -American
Deonle have always been able

o meet nicrlsis.''

fronn' flnld comprise tne Desu

dentil ic mifids In the country."

Some will-wot OH.a part?-time

Sasis wNl itfcerV.wJtt;d6vote

TODAY ENCANTO .25 -.15

Dane Cjtark. in
'Gun Man W The Street"
Sidney -Poitier in
"STEEL HELMET"

TODAY IDEAL .25 .15

" Leif Larsen in
"SUICIDE MISSION"
Rita Hayworth in
"Miss Sadie Thompson"

Killian as a "Czar" to push U.S

missile development and other
scientific programs "wtth the

utmost possible speed."
In irf,lay-the-facts,before.
you" address on radio and tel television,
evision, television, the Chief Executive
conceded "the Soviets are quite
likely ahead in some missile
and special areas, and are ob obviously
viously obviously ahead of us in satellite
flevHonmenfc'S-' j s

But he said iat'it :is m

conviction, supported .by trusted
scientific, ahd military "advisers

that. .as of today 1 the overall
military strength of the free
world is diytinctly greater than
that of the Communist coun

tries."

He warned, however, that in

the future "we could all be be

hind unless we now face up to
certain pressing requirements
and set out to meet them at

once."
He then announced a live
point "program of action' top

ped by the naming of Killian
to wipe out any temporary edge
Russia may enjoy with its space

satellites and rocke advances.

And, in a progress report on
I U.S. developments,' he officially
H confirmed that!

ni tf T I LI i U.S. scientists have "solved"
I rl If I V' I I IM l'one of the mair obstacles to
I .J l I I "(perfecting an Intercontinental

7-00 TODAY' -- 9:00 Ballistic Missile the problem

POPULAR NIGHT!

$1.10 per CAR!
DEAN MARTIN
JERRY LEWIS in
"AT WAR WITH
THE ARMY"

j of how to get the missile back

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WEEKEND RELEASE!
LEX BARKER
JOAN TAYLOR in
"WAR DRUMS"
in rrvmRKt

i to space without having it burn

Um from friction on re-entering
the atmosphere.

The Air Force Snark, a sub-

i sonic, iet Dronelled niloHes.s

bomber recently flew 5000 miles
intercontinental distance
!"and was accurately placed on
target."

The United States derived!

"most valuable information a-
I bout outer space' in the recent
I Air Force firing of a rocket to

between 2000 and 4000 miles over
the Pacific.

Eisenhower said Killian "will
see to it that those projects
which experts judge have the
highest potential shall advance
with the utmost p o s s ible
speed."
He said-KUHan also "will make
sure that our best talent and the
lull necessary resources are ap-

InlipH nn iwt.nln hieh-DrioritV

top-secret Items." He did not
enumerate these projects lor se security
curity security reasons.
The P r e s ident said that
through Killian "I intend to be
assured. .that such things as
alleged interservice competition
or (insufficient use of overtime

ishall not b allowed, tocreate,

even me suspiciun ui nim iu
our scientific and development

program."

Remon Trial Getting Slow

Navy Plane Makes
Emergency Landing
En Route To Pole
MCMURDO, Antarctica, Nov. 8
(UP) A twin-engine Navy trans transport
port transport plane with 10 mes aboard
made an emergency landing safe safely
ly safely today at a station 400 miles
from here.
The aircraft was en route to the
South Pole when one engine failed.
Pilot Cmdr. Edward Frankiewiez,

of Rutland, Vt., was. forced to jet jettison
tison jettison precious cargo needed for the
pole station before landing at the
Liv base.

The accident tied up a Neptune
plase awaiting repairs at the

South Pole because the cargo jet

tisoned included heavy chain

hoists for changing a damaged

engine.
The Navy sent another plane to
Liv to aid the group and to return
some of the personnel to Mc-Murdo.

(Continued Trom rae 1)
ecutor talked. One press table
was completely empty yesterday
morning shortly after Alvarado

started the playback of the first

statement made by Mro on tne

night of Jan. 12, 1955, ten days-

after the assassination.

Defense lawyers talked In -un

dertones, perused the files of
th Investigation and some ap

peared wsdoze-rinig the pros
eciitbrs address." .. .

Special prosecutors Luis s C.

Abrahams and Romulo: Escobar
Bethancourt also seemed un unconcerned.
concerned. unconcerned. Alvarado branded Mlro as "a

coward, who killed in cold
blood" and a man with "a hom homicidal
icidal homicidal personality" who "was
hunting Remon."
Alvarado declared that Miro
lied several times during the
investigation and promised
several times that he would
reveal during his trial the
names of the real killers and
the person who wrapped the
gun found in his father's house
in manila paper.
"But 18 days of the trial has
already passed and we are still
waiting for him to say who are

DENVER .'(UP) George H. Al

Ian, Colorado director of the U
C Tnlornql T? P irar. 1 1D ranaioA a

birth announcement yesterday ,a,,

Allan said he doesn t know the
sender, but he'i probably a tax-

' payer.

Quote Unquote

By UNITED PRESS
CHAPEL HILL. N.C. A.F. Jen-

lino, manager of the University
of North Carolina Planetarium, in
suggesting that if Russia has
1 lunched a rocket to reach the
1 loon by Nov. 7 it might have

been to take advantage of a lunar

eclipse scheduled for Asia that

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The moon's surface would be

visible but dark, and this would
itler the most ideal condition for
a nuclear explosion or hydrogen
Hare designed for viewing from
earth."

SAN FRANCISCO Airlines pi pilot
lot pilot W. K. Owen, in describing what
n ay have been the first look at
Sputnik II in North America by
his plane crew:
"Its speed and straight line of
flight ruled out the possibility of
a meteor."

real assassins are," the prose prosecutor
cutor prosecutor stated.
He reviewed how Miro changed
lawyers in a. move that surprised
even his own lawyer and named
defeated presidential candidate
Victor F. Goytia as his new
counsel.
Miro later claimed that was
the only way he could get to see
Goytia to g-lve him confidential
tafdrrnailon. On the witness
stand during Jhe trial, Alvattdo
pointed out, Goytia admitted
that .Mlro did not give him- any
names.

Alvarado also drew attention
to the message sent by Mlro to

nis leilow defendant Luis E. Te-

jada in jail, urging him to re

tract his previous statements
because Miro was going to re reveal
veal reveal who was the man Hyams
saw running from the racetrack
immediately after the shooting
Later Miro himself told the
jury he could not identify the
five persons he said he saw
shooting at the racetrack on
the night of Jan. 2, 1955.
Turning to the case against
St. Malo, the prosecutor sought
to establish that statements
made by St. Malo, Miro and oth other
er other witnesses during the investi investigation
gation investigation coincide in most respects
as to dates and meetings be between
tween between St. Malo and the alleged
gunman.
Alvarado said Miro gave a
list of names of individuals for
cabinet posts in Guizado's gov government
ernment government to St. Malo for trans transmission
mission transmission to the convicted ex ex-President.
President. ex-President. On the list Miro
was singled out for the post of
Minister of Government and
Justice.
"What reason could Miro have

in suggesting a cabinet to Gui Gui-zado
zado Gui-zado through St. Malo?" the
prosecutor asked.
Alvarado said St. Malo admits
talking with Miro about a coup
de etat In December, 1954. and

also acknowledged asking Miro

u" me morning or Jan. 3, 1955;
the day after the killing if he
had anything to do with the
events of the night before.
According to the record of the
case. St. Malo said Miro nodded
his head affirmatively.

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

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contract except against a club
opening and a, shift to the queen
of spades, in that case he could

still have won the hand if he

ducked two spade leads.

North did get nis partner to

four hearts and West opened the

spade queen. Dummy's king lost

to East s ace and South ruiled
the third lead of the suit.

South noted taht he could not

make the hand against a five five-zero
zero five-zero trump break and that he

would have no worries against
a three-two split. The possibili possibility
ty possibility of finding four trumps in one
hand bothered him because if lie

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diamonds he would have to play
a club, whereupon the ace of
clubs and a heart would set him.
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club trick home before drawing
trumps.
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discard from the other. Usually

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12 Courtyard
13 Verdi opera
14 Feminine
appellation
15 Tried for
school honors
17 Household
god 1
18 Genuflect

19 Worn in
appearance
21 Mentally
sound
23 Consume
24 Recede
27 Law student
subject
29 Mother of'

32 School book
34 Musie class
study (pi.)
36 Divide
37 Second-hand
deal
38 One who
(sufflji)
39 Fastening
41 Meadow
42 Harness part
44 Soaks up
4KWhata
schoolmarm
does
49 Run together
53 Night bird
54 Leaves the
country
56 Lamprey
57 Subterfuge
58 Numbers
59 What medical
students
would be
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study
3 Heredity unit
4 Detests v
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7 Notion 28 Used after
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guard wears it 28 Body
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11 Playground
16 Click-beetle
20 High winds
22 Geographical
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24 Historical
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Danes Accept Big

US Jet Shipment
COPENHAGEN, Nov. 8 (UP)
The Danish government today an announced
nounced announced its acceptance of a U.S.
gift Ofier of three squadrons of
modern jet fighters worth about
$30,500,000.

CYPRIOTS WAR BRITISH

NICOSIA, Cyprus (UP) The

Greek Cvoriot underground EOKA

but organization circulated a leaflet

this time it had quite the op- txlav oledeine its determination

posite result. I to continue its "struggle for tree-
Declarer had no use for a dis- oom" against the British colonial
card. All his side suit cards were 'government. The leaflet, signed by
good. If he ruffed in dummy he Greek Cypriot leader Digenis,
would have to use a high trump warned Sir Hugh Foot, the new
and West's ten spot would even- j overnor, that "Cypriots have tak tak-tually
tually tak-tually be good. If he ruffed In ci the irrevocable decision to ac ac-his
his ac-his own hand he would be down uire their freedom by all
to three trumps and West would Means." EOKA last March de de-have
have de-have to make a trump trick e ared a truce in its anti-British
sometime. In either case he had campaign which resulted in much
no play left to make his con- violence. I
tract. I

Campbell Breaks
Water Barrier'
With 239.65 mph
LAKE CONISTON,Eng., Nov. S
UP) Speed-king Donald Camp Campbell
bell Campbell broke the 'water barier"
here today to set a world record
for speed boats of 239.65 miles an

hour.

He drove' his jet -powered Blue

bird up and down a measured one one-kilometer
kilometer one-kilometer (0.62 miles) course to
better his one-year-old record by
13.55 miles an hour.
On the outward run .the 36-year-old
daredevil son of the late Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm Campbell reached 260.107
miles an hour, breaking the 250-mile-an-hour
"water barrier" that
many' experts said would smash
the boat.
He was clocked on the home run
at 218,024 miles an hour for the
official record average, and re
turned to the piervavitia cher.

fully to his mechanics;
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GOV. W. E. POTTER receives a group of visiting Rotarlans in his office at Balboa Heights.
From right to left are Potter. Mrs. Charles G: Tennent wife of the President of Rotary in international;
ternational; international; Tennent; Juan M. Roger, assistant secretary of-Rotary International, and Ho Ho-raclo
raclo Ho-raclo Clare, Jr., president of the Panama Rotary Club. t i

THURSDAY, A GOOD TIME
CHAPEL HILL. N.C. (UP) The

manager of the University of
North Carolina Planetarium said

Dr. L. Royal! Monday a lunar eclipse scheduled

7, tne 40th anniversarv

would

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use ui au animai in vne aoviei ".v cajjiumuii sei on Dy a nussian
satellite: jrocket reaching the moon, A. F.
"Probably many more animals ; Jenzano commented on a state-

are used in testing products to'ment by Dr. Fred Whipple, of the
make sure they are safe and po- Smithsonian Observatory in Cam Cam-tent
tent Cam-tent than for anything else." (bridge, Mass., that it was possible

i if nussians launched mnnn

CINCINNATI, Ohio Dr. George
Barbour, dean of the Arts and Sci Sciences
ences Sciences College at the University of
Cincinnati, in discounting the prac practicability
ticability practicability of developing a "huge"
uranium find in Ohio and sur sur-lounding
lounding sur-lounding states reported by a re re-t
t re-t red engineer:
"It is like getting gold from sea
ivater. and no man in his right
senses would try it."

bound rocket last Saturday.

OLD CITY UNEARTHED
AMMAN, Jordan (UP) Arche Arche-ologists
ologists Arche-ologists of the American School of
Oriental Research have discover discovered
ed discovered an ancient city of the Canaan Canaan-ite
ite Canaan-ite period 1,750 B.C. near He Hebron,
bron, Hebron, it was announced yesterday
Items uncovered at the an ancient
cient ancient cily of Itbekaii include pot potteries,
teries, potteries, copper and glass objects
and an ivory statue of a sphinx
which indicated a link between
this ancient Jordanian civilization
and that of ancient Egypt.

WASHINGTON Sen. John L.
McClellan of the Senate Rackets
Committee, after hearing a group
of small businessmen from Flint,

Mich., testi y that their labor trouH

bles with the Teamsters: Union UP11 ECONOMY 1st pah

stopped after they made payments WASHINGTON, Nov. 6 (UP)-r
t) an aide of labor consultant .The nation turned out goods ana
Nathan F. Sheiferman: service! at a record-breaking an an-"It
"It an-"It seems to me we are develop- nual rate of 439 billion dollars in
iig here a pattern of whatjth third quarter of this year,
amounts to a pay-off to union of-iSecretary of commerce Sinclair
liciali.? 'Weeks disclosed today.-

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THE 'iSSt VETERANS COMMITTEE composed of bers
pany and Canal Zone Girl and Boy Scouts go over plana i ior
4eyAtlantlc and Pacific sidesof the 'I'M" rgJ
Boy Scouts; Mrs, Buren Douglas, of the .Girl Scoiro bgt a

Scouts:;and ChftW
Robert B. K.nox, vmcriuoi jjvB1
American Legion.

Life of (Communist) Party Nikita

Sings Solo, Waltzes At Revolution Anniversary
MOSCOW Nov. 8 (UP) Nikita S. Khrushchev was the life of th. part last night. u 4
The Soviet Communist Party leader sang a solo, danced a waltz with a m, ddUg. d womy, drank toast, to
the 40th anniversary of the Bolshevik revolution and joined in a rendrt.on of th. Marse.lla.s..
But hT gave no hints as to whether the Soviets are planing new scientific-move, such a. a rock.t to th.
moon afthoug newsmen and diplomats gathered around because of th. .tartl-ng revelation, h. ha.

m i Ihch.v- i performanc. was the highlight of a

Party for th. heads of international communism arm woui

The Kremlin celebrations began
with a display of multi colored
fireworks which lighted up the
skies over Moscow.
Wtstern diplomats who boy boycotted
cotted boycotted last ytar's
causa of th avanrs,,!!! Hungary
wara prasant in forca. t
w. K...u...o "r1' pamK' .after
to tadi "aikd ihrough the Grand
Palace ahaking hands and ex-
the Granovfcaya,; an ikon filled
hall adjoining the Grand Palace.
There JWrS. Ekaterma Furtseva,
a member of the presidium, was
leading group of singers in rev revolutionary
olutionary revolutionary songs. .
' Khrushcha v took over ; and
Mng Ukrainian : songs, .ona.
versa so!o, folowed bv ahor-.
..1 k. k. itumblv. Ha toinad
with the others in partisan .songs
and, the Marseillaise. ;
!. Then on his way back to the
head table he was invited -to
waltz by an .unidentified, middle-
a t..nmnTi h nh'ippd while an
admiring crowd cheered and yell yelled
ed yelled '.'Molodetz" Russian for "Atta
boy.'' '
Khrushchev then spotted a group
of Saudi Arabian delegates. 'He
enabraced ,them -and kissed them
on both, cheeks,
Although the top Soviet leaders
were there and the reception was
officially: opened by President KUV
menti voroshilov, there was "no
doubt who. was the real host Ni:
kit Khrushchev. ..' k' -Mrsirwhile
observers nre dis discounted
counted discounted ; reports v published a-

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. it" FICURE5V Pranksterf (with paint brushes) roamed th.
: streets ot Midland, Texas, and the perfectly respectable Sin Sin-L'
L' Sin-L' clair and Shell Avenues wound up with names like' these. j'J
. Maybe the pranksters, or shall we call them the "sinners against
signs," should read what the Bible lias to say about the re la- 1
; tionfhip between sin, and hell. . ':

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broad of possible raw changed
in tha Soviet Communist. Party
praesidium.
Th rpnnrts ahrnad aDDarently
were based on the fact that cer
tain members of the Jfraesiaium
were not mentioned by Moscow

Happy Russians, Hundreds of Guests
Down Vokda at Washington Embassy

WASHINGTON, NOV. 8 (UP)
iTofinv Russians ana nunareus
lJ
of guests drank vodka, ana ate
miwho pak at. the. Soviet em-
bajssy last night in honor of the
Russian revoiuKonsi uw
versary. 'yr? vi.
fu, tnm thlntrs mflV nave
dimmed for some the luster Oi.
tne Wg eeieDrawonr ic : ;
' rtiipst.9 throuehout most Ml
the -evening waited for the Rus Russians
sians Russians to make a sputnik-topic
announcement,,. possibly vof; a
rocket to the ( moon.? No'j an announcement
nouncement announcement pafne. r
Three blocks down the po po-ii..HriPrt
ii..HriPrt po-ii..HriPrt st.rppt. dozens of Hun
garian refugees.; walked- solemn
ly. Tney were .; carrying iiura iiura-candles
candles iiura-candles and signs jii&t-said:
"Thcre'ir! be-' human blood in
your vodka." v
tt
More tnan ioou persons muuuii-
ed the embassy stairs and

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of Canaone $J$g
?tevde"-t Roy s, Barrett, representing: the Canal Zone
ISerfciSi-XegUm Mrs. Caroline Brown. Girl
a Panarna Canal Company;

,
gala party given by the Soviet
radio as attending eiuier mm un
parade in Red Square yesterday i
or the reception at the Kremlin
Psl&C6.
But all 14 members of the Prae Praesidium
sidium Praesidium have been accounted for
One way or the other since women
hands with ambassador Georgl
Zaroubin and Mrs. Zaroubin. A
great stern portrait bf Josef Sta Stalin
lin Stalin looked down from the wall
behind them. i
"The ambassador wore a gleam gleaming
ing gleaming gold uniform and a row of
medals. Including the peoples'
War Order In the first degree.
Mm Zaroubin wore a powder powder-blue
blue powder-blue satin dress.
Singer Paul Robeson was a a-mong
mong a-mong the first to. arrive. Robe Robe-son
son Robe-son a long-standing friend of
Russla-shook hands with Zar
oubin.
Diplomats from both Western
and Eastern blocks turned out.
TTnHflr-.iprrpt.arv of state Robert
Murphy led the U.S. delegation.
. "Glad you come come,' Zarou Zaroubin.
bin. Zaroubin. said. J-
President Dedicates
Building For AEC
OF.RMANTOWN. Md.. NOV.
WJP) President Eisenhower will
riprtimt.P tori a v the bie new
headquarters building of the
Atomic energy commission.
The president, accompanied by
AFP rh airman T.ewls L. Strauss
and others, will fly by helicop
ter from the White House to tnja
small community about 25 miles
from Washington where the new
four-stonr buildine is nearing
completion.
The building, which consists
of three long wings jutting out
from a central spine, and the
110 acres on which It is located
cost $13,300,000.
The President will make a
speech of dedication and will
lay the building's cornerstone,
assisted by Rep. Carl T. Durham
(D-N.C), chairman or tne joint
congressional committee on -a-
tomie energy.
Deposited behind the stone
will be a sealed metal box con containing
taining containing memento, of significant
milestones in tne atomic era.
These will Include such things
as photographs of various types
of nuclear reactors, a motion
picture, of Eisenhower's atoms-for-peace
speechV before the
United Nations In 1953 and pic-
launchlnga.. .
; case closed: (; j
TTTLSA. -nir1 f TT T h
tombstones have been tnrnmA mw
to the stolen goods division of the
Tulsa police department in recent
yean auer naving peen left on
lawns as a prank. la a report to
nis superiors on tne grave markers
Wednesday, Sgt L B. .Streck ob observed
served observed "none at th nmon kiva
shown up to claim theou"

Veterans; and Joe j. quyares.
(U.S. Army Photo)
government and Communl.t
. r-
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own bailwkks in connection with
local anniversary celebrations.
For example, Praesidium mem member
ber member Alexei I. Kirichenko was in
Kiev yesterday, according to Prav Prav-da.
da. Prav-da. 'Tv,
F. R. Koilov wag In Leningrad
heading anniversary celebrations
in
There was no significance In
f hoi akannAA 4ham aaT.
tarH O V mm thmv natAmailw
after year, return to their own
areas ior ine anniversary celebra celebrations.
tions. celebrations. TAYLOR CANT GO
WASHINGTON (UP) Army
Chief Ct.tt ir.i 11 r!
v..,. ubu ucu. 1MBAWCU JJ.
Taylor Wednesday declined an in-
vimuun to go nuniing in Aiaoama
with Gov: James V.. (Kitsin1 .Timt
Folsom oh Nov. 11. He said a
rhanrJA tf nlnsi umnlrl m.b. 4 i
possible -for him to accept. Fol-
suiii s uiviwuuu was regarueu as
a gesture to make up for cancel cancellation
lation cancellation earlier this week nf Tuvlnr'i
Nov, 11 speaking engagement by
the Birmingham Veterans Day
Committee. The speech was called
Off "because Of feeiing" against
the Army's role in the Little Rock
integration dispute.
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Khrushchev

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communicated to us on October

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NEW VOEK (UP)-Ther are
soma things that, once you get

jthem i started, just keep rolling
along, uk. via Man, mver or me
Snutnlks in their courses. Such a
thing is th. game of digging up
fine' place e names, from the fer fertility,
tility, fertility, of the American map.
This- department has been show
ered with communications trom
all .over the country tinea listing
a few of our great towns, such
as Slap Out, Ala.; and Hambone,
Calif. V the contributed names
keep coming and include such
quaintness as Bowlegs, Okla., and
such sweeping poetry as Skygus Skygus-ty.W.V..
ty.W.V.. Skygus-ty.W.V.. There is Nltro. a we. town in
West Virginia which produced an
explosion on the national scene
last fall in the form of a native
son who made good in tha World
Series. Nitro was an explosives
manufacturing town in World War
I. Now, a modest sign at the city
limits proclaims:
"This is tne horn, .f Lew Bur
dette.M.
Burcwtt From Nitre
Th. sign was there even before
pitcher Burdette won three games
ia mm norm series.
mere is aiso. in tne mau. a
kind and only mildly chiding let
ter irom a lady whos. enormous
ly sifted husband, the late Ste
phen Vincent Benet, was misquot
ed in tne first column on names.
said that he ended his poem
on American names with the
line: "Bury my Heart in Painted
Post" which is a town in New
York.
Mrs. Benet said ha was fond of
the town, all right, but reminded
that the poem actually ended:
"Bury my Heart, at Wounded
Knee" (South Dakota).
Th. contributor of Bowlees.
Okla., is a gentleman from Tex Texas,
as, Texas, Bruce L, Parker, of Pampa.
He also says that the towns of
Edna, Tex., and Louise, Tex., are
on either side of a fine place
named Comfort, Tex., which has
a big highway hotel sisrn read-
King: "Sleep in Comfort Between
Edna and Louise."
But the man who really show
ered down names to the elorv of
his state is Rex Laney, a Louisi
ana patriot, consider, he says,

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tha crrest names of Hannv Jack.

La.; Cut Off, La. Plain Dealing,
I and Vawn. La.
He presents the pairings of
Topsy, La., ana r-va, a.: noiu noiu-up,
up, noiu-up, La.; and Trial, La.; Hotwels,
La., and Cold Water, La.; Perry,
La.c and Como, La. Hite, La.,
and Lowe, La. ?
AbA then, he says, there are
Franklin, Delano, and Roosevelt,
La., none of which was named for
FDR.
Laney resides-in Baton Rouge,
La., right on top of a magnificent
southern name that crowns the
stret where he lives-Honeysuck-le
Ave.
There must be some glorious
names of streets kicking around.
and I herewith otter one on wnicn
I once lived in Honolulu. The
thoroughfare's moniker was" Me Me-nehune
nehune Me-nehune Lane. The Men'ehune, in
the Hawaian or Polynesian lan languages,
guages, languages, are the little people people-probably
probably people-probably far Pacific cousins to
the Gremlins and the Leprechauns
and, as everybody knows, they'l
gitcha if ya don't watch out."
Shooting Incident
In Manila Wounds
Airman, Pilipino
MANILA, Nov. (UP) Two
U.S. airmen and a Philippine
soldier were wounded today in a
shooting incident at a bar near
Clark Air Force Base.
A spokesman said the shooting
started when one of the airmen
violated the midnight curfew for
base personnel and refused t. go
to the nearby Angeles ponce sta
tios.
Air policeman Jerry Proffitt, 1,
of Cookeville, Tenn., was hit in
the groin Melvin Neibert of New
Phuadeiphia, Ohio, was struck in
the right arm, and Philippine Cpl.
Igmidio Balatero was struck twice
in the abdomen.
The incident occurred when
Pampanga Province police asked
Neibert why he was out after the
midnight curfew.

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COCKTAIL PARTY AT FRENCH EMBASSY TONIGHT
AVJLL HONOR MR. AND MRS. MARCEL- OLLIVIER t

. Th Ambassador1 f France and Mr. Lionel Vane are
firing a cocktail party this evening at the Embassy resi-
Btea In bonor of Mr, and Mrs. Mucel OlUvier who will be
TiBf soon. -
,Mr. OUlrier, who has been counselor of the French Em Embassy
bassy Embassy If Panama, is beinr transferred to Lima, Pern.

n
to

"Mr. And Mrs. tlnsr Andttrson

titfrtsm TWs fvenlnj
'i Jlr. and Mrs. Einar Anderson
af he United States Embassy
have issued invitations to a num number
ber number of their friends lor 'a cock cock-Ufl
Ufl cock-Ufl parry which will be held at
Jheir Dome this evening.
!K9 facptive j
Ives Party
a. :uju (

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, .Toaenh Behm. oroduction man

ager for the film "The Naked

and the Dead." which is to be

gilmed in Panama, gave a cocktail
party, last night at the Panama
Hilton for public relations officers,
Some members of the press, and

thers who have been Interested
tm the preliminary arrangements
awr the making of the movie.
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evernor.

Will

Potter

Address

"CtMmmm Club

, t Gev. Willlanf E. Potter will ad address
dress address the College Club at a lunch lunch--
- lunch-- !on to be held at the Hotel Tivo Tivo-.
. Tivo-. U at UO Saturday Nov. 16.
'He will spesk on "Panama Ca Cabal
bal Cabal Today."
I keservationi jnav be made be-

' fore p.m. Nev. 14 by calling

Sirs. Howard Jackson Balboa 3372
jrrto Qween
Will Crowned
'At ball Tenltht

I (A Urge crowd la expected at
f fee Teeno Ball which will be held
, at the Panama Hilton tonight.

. The Teeno Queen will be an

The Swimming Pool
Association of Curundu
;1

iaa finished the project for

Sthtch It was organised and
Sill he desolved as soon as
all accounts are cleared.
The persons owing money
lis the Association or having
laims against the Associa Associate
te Associate nare refuested to eon eon-tact
tact eon-tact Mr. Wade Thompson-.
Tet I3-C205, Ti Q. Box J044,
Curundu, 'prior to Dec. 1,
mi..

nounctfd and crowned during the
evening.
A gay floor show has been plan planned
ned planned with special numbers perform

ea csy pupils of Harnett and. Dunn

Miss Crece Lembine,
Mr. Jerry Welsch

Feted At Dinner
Miss Grace Lombana and Mr

Jerry Welach were the guests of

honor at a dinner party given by

Mr. ana alts, fernest Jsramillo in
the Bella Vista Room of the Pa
nama Hilton last night.

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Parisian Drivers

Operate BuiIMn
a

Parking Meiers

PARIS. Nov; VrtlP) --Parisian

drivers beean ooeratinc their own

mint -in parking meters today
under a -.new olan aimed at

reducing traffic jams in the auto

cioggea nean oi mis city.

The system is the key to

"Operation Blue Zone" which

went into effect in a wide section
of central Paris where traffic is

at its worst.

'JMKFRJENOS

Any teen-ager who uses the
family car should take some re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for its care and up upkeep.
keep. upkeep. Leaving a car dirty or with
an empty gas tank or the back

seat full of school books la not
the way to turn a car over to the

next user. t "s

When junior Is old enough to
drive the car he's old enough to

take care of It.

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The new limited-parking "blue

zone stretch from the Arc de
Triomphe east to the Louvre

Museum. Its sween takes in the

Champs Elysees, where cars even

park on the sidewalk, the bus

cluttered Opera district and ex

tends north to the Boulevard

Haussman.

Under the plan, parkin?

limited to one hour, with a 30

minute "grace" period. Each

driver, in effect, will serve as his

own parking meter.

Each parked car must carry

special -'meter" disk attached to

the windshield. The disk hss two

'windows. each marked with

the hours of the day.

When the driver Darks, he sets

the dise at the time of arrival

The other window of tne disk will
show a red figure indicating the

time he muiu beout.j

Penalty for overtime nirkinr U

$2.25. In addition cars will be
towed sway by police if they are

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Singers Due Nov. 25

From RP Interior

An interesting show, will he
presented at the National Theatre,
on Monday Nov. 25, at 8:00 p.m.
under the auspices of the Depart Department
ment Department of Fine Arts.

It is a group of native Panama

nians from Las Tsblas, a t o w n
where folklore customs are kept
almost intanct. The music, dances
and attractive dresses will be
shown by this group in this gen

uine forms.

The Panamanian folklore is ve

ry rich and beautiful. What we

know is only a small part of it
and not always the accurate one.

It has been often altered and mix mixed
ed mixed with foreign customs.

The Conjunto Folkloiico Table-

no, is trying to preserved the ori original
ginal original beauty of Panjma folklore,
its musicans and dancers are

scoring great success even in oth

er, ana perhaps rival towns.

Canal Zone residents, who are

keen students of Panamanian life.

will have an opportunity to see
this show, and will appreciate the
genuine dances, music songs and

specially costumes which have

been in use in Las-Tablas; since
the Spanish Colonia era: .. it fn'f

The Department of Fine Arts',

telephone Panama 2-0258, already

has reserved seats at the dispos

al oi canal zone residents w n o
enjoy the artistic featurea pre

sented at the National Theatre.

Japanese Federal

Workers Launch

Slow-Down Strike

TOKYO, Nov. 8 (UP)-Nearly

2,500,000 Japanese government em

ployes today began a three-day
'slow-down' strike to back their

demands for wsge increases and

year-end bonuses.

Participating in the movement

were 41 unions from the Japan

Council of Local Government
Workers' Unions, whose member membership
ship membership ranged from school teachers
to employes of the aovernment to

bacco monopoly..

The government orkers, for forbidden
bidden forbidden by law to strike, were

resorting to 'legal methods" such
as refusing to work overtime.

holding shoo rallies snd takin

mass furloughs.

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NEA Food and Markets Idlter

This year let's make our Thnks Thnks-giving
giving Thnks-giving dinner a little different.

Pumpkin, as usual, but not in a

pie.

Pumpkin Soup (8 servings)
One (l ib. 13-ox.) can (3 cups)

pumpking, 1 (10 1-2 cz.) can con condensed
densed condensed tomato soup. 4 cups lieue-

fied instant nonfat dry milk, 2
teaspoons salt, 1 teaspoon nut

meg, 1-8 teaspoon pepper.
Combine ingredients in sauce saucepan;
pan; saucepan; cook over medium heat, stir stirring
ring stirring constantly, until thoroughly
heated.
Celery Soup With Caraway
(8 servings)
Two cups finely diced celery,

1 quart water, i tablespoons but butter,,
ter,, butter,, l small onion., chopped, 2-3
cup instant nonfat dry milk pow powder,
der, powder, 2 tablespoons flour, 1 1-2 tea teaspoons
spoons teaspoons salt, 1-2 teaspoon caraway

seeds.
Combine celery and 2 cups of
the water in a saucepan; bring

to a dioiscook until ceiesy Is tend
about 30 minutes. Melt butter in
top of double d boiler j. saute onion
in butter until terder. Remove from
Pan. Pour remaining water into
top of double boiler; sprlnly inst instant
ant instant nonfat dry -milk powder, flour,
salt and caraway seeds over sur

face. Beat with rotary h?ater until
just blended. Add onion. Cook over
not water, stirring constantly, un

til sugntiy tmcKened. Add celery

ana liquid.

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WASHINGTON". Nov. t (UP

A spokesman for: Vice President

Richard M. Nixon today denied

Georgian's charge that Nixon was
a oartv to an aareeement barring

Negroes and Jews from buying or

renting property in ms neignoor
hood. !:'i. "','""'. .-' i-;H:v

The charte was levelled last

week by Georgia Rep. A. A. Fowl

er Jr. of the "American Resettle

ment Foundation." The all-white
gr6up says it wants to "relocate"

large low-income Southern Negro

families in swank white sections

of Northern cities.

Fowler said his group had hoped

to buv a House in Nixon's neign

borhood. the fashionable : wesiey

Heights section of Washington, to

five the vide President a cnance

to "practice what he preaches

about racial integration.

But he told newsmen that Nix

on's neighborhood was covered by
a "binding covenant" which for

bids use of property in the area

bv Neiroes or Jews. Fowler chid

ed the vice president for entering

into such an agreement.

Charles K. McWhorter. Nixon's

legislative assistant, replied in a
formal statement today that "there
. A. 1 XL.

is no restrictive covenant in w
deed or in the contract of pur pur-rhaxn"
rhaxn" pur-rhaxn" aimed bv Nixon when he

purchased bis $75,000 home earlier
this year.

MrWTiorter conceded that "cer

tain restrictive covenants purport
to run with the land in the area
of the vice president's home, as in

any other areas ot wasnington.

But he said that "the effect ot

these covenants (which were not

gned by the vice president) was

nullified since their enforcement
was outlawed hy decisions of the

U. S. Supreme Sourt in May,
1948."
At that time, the high court held
that the courts cannot be used to
enforce these racial covenants. It
subsequently ruled in 1953 that

persons wno violate uiee inn-

ments cannot oe sueu uiu.i

Nixon bougnt nis nom
estate of the late Democratic At Attorney
torney Attorney General Homer S. Cum-

mings last rep. a.

She Sprcnds Cheer IVIiII:

Doing Routine Shcpplnj

The other dav I pushed a super

market cart behind a woman who
effortlessly and graciously brought

a smue or Pleasure to half a dozen

persons during the routine chore

of buying groceries.
To the old man in the fruit and

vegetable section, more used to
complaints about price and quality
then to compliments, she said, "I

oon i xnow wno you oo it, bur you
always seem to ha vis the freshest

yegetables in town."
1 The old man smiled and his

shoulders straightened as the

woman pushed her cart around the
corner and into the next aisle.

There she called to an acquaint

ance. "We saw Jim maka that

touchdown Friday night." Jim's
mother beamed with pride as sho
answered; "Yes. 'he came, home

that night .feeling nine feet tal.M

A KINO WM0 fVPUi. vlJd

At the bakery counter aha aaM

to ths pale, tire-looking woman
behind the counter "It's good to

see you oscx. i asked what hit

happened to you when you m

not behind the counter and vi tha

Igirl at the check-out counter said

you naa oeeq in tne hospital. J was
so sorry to hear it," ,-

Right away the clerk's t s e a

brightened.";

She was a napny-iaced woman

spreading a little friendliness as

she went about doing a routine

chore .n 'fii.M'Hnvt-.,-

In the hurry and rush of lettint-

through each day. how often we

neglect the little acts of courtesy
and kindness that come so natu naturally
rally naturally whev we slow down enough1
to treat everyone we meet like a

human beings ':

INSIDE THE EDSEL This is the driver's eye view of the in instrument
strument instrument panel and "Teletouch" push button transmlMinn eon.

trols located in the steering wheel hub of the 1958 Edsel, Ford's
new "medium price" auto. The speedometer Is drum type. The
heater, defroster and ventilator are operated by a single control,
right, center, eliminating knobs and levers. There are 18 Edsel
models in four series Ranger, Pacer, Corsair and Citation.

you
stop odor
safely

for 24 hours

with Y3 ieVi

v

''

th doctor's

deodorant

dlscov

ar

You're serene. You're sure of
: yourself. You're bandbox per perfect
fect perfect from the skin out And
you stay that way night and
day with New Mum Cream.
Because New Mum now con contains
tains contains M-3 (hexachlorophene)
which clings to your skin
keeps on stopping perspiration
odor 24 hours a day.

. Will not dry out in the jar.

New Books In Town

..4 ; f t .,VV. bi A if

The Air- Conditioned Book

n.n.i4iinnt. of Morrison's on

jh Af .Tniv Avenue and J

X vaa va w
street, announces the arrlvaj

of the following:

McOraw Hill books.
Dan H. Fenn Jr.1
Management Guide To
Overseas Operation.

Pierson & GU
Governments ofljatln'

I,' America'. .t.
Kdw.'''Ji?:Hegrty-fli m
F' Maklftg' Your Sales ;im

Presentation Sell?More

Arth. Grollman. M. Oi J
Clinical Physiology

H T Richter

Practical Electrical Wiring.

G. V. Mueller Mueller-Introduction
Introduction Mueller-Introduction To Electrical
Engineering.

V. T. Manas

National Plumbllng
Code Handbook

Mark W. Zemansky
Heat and Thermodynamics
I (Textbook for Stwdents
of Physics, Chemistry
and Engineering).

C

hicken

with Jice:..
makes a soup that
tastes just right!

W:Vfi '';'.f.-'..'!'4:.

CATUN UNION CHURCH Ireation and Bin Gibsen, tr.n.nnr.

The Gatun Union Church, with tation. ;: u-r,

the other Union Churches of the I The Junior Youth rdlowihln hit

Canal Zone, will observed Loyalty been enaaaed for J several i Sun-

Sunday, estimates of giving for days in a Bible Quit Contest. At

the coming year being presented the present time the boys team is
and consecreated with the morn-lleadins: at their meerinc Sundav

ing offering. at S:00 p.m., plans will also be
The sermon by the minister, made for the Christmas season,
will be "Jesus' Favorite Subject." Sunday Is Loyalty Sundav in all

The Adult Bible Class will meet the Union Churches of, the Canal

at 9:45 a.m.. the regular Church Zone. In keepink with the them

School hour, the discussion to be lof the day the Margarita pastor,
led by the minister on the sub- Rev. Theodore EXFranklin.. haa

ject, "Understanding the New Tes entitled his sermdnLove and

tament." Loyalty." Opportunity wilt be eiv.

The Youth Fellowship will meet en the eonerecation to renew iheir

Sunday evening at 5:45, with Le- pledges and commitments of lov-

roy Werlein, vice president of the alty to Christ and His church,

group, in cnarge of tne program.! wilber C Bowen, chairman of

Choir rehearsals win be neid the Finance Committee, will pre

on Monday and Wednesday eve- sent pledge card and give a brief
nings at 6:30. explanatory address.

People of all denommationali -,. ... ......

backgrounds are welcomed at the tTk ZS-J'rS:
11:00 a.m.,servic of worship and yJnJl Zl
at other services. : f.0.!". .5fie5MJSf'Jf"Jw!!1!.'

uj, bv.j.a p.m. lueeuJiK l mm
- At 4.1 tft A

CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH
On Sunday, the Meh's Brother- ?rJf '"Pl.ti
d of the Calvary Baptist I?? iS,!?1?.,. ??

rfP.VW'iwte"'- ministers of the Union

its 14th anniversary with Divine

worship services at ll;00 a.m.,

and 7:30 p.m. respectively.

me tfrotnernood- has planned a
well-balanced afternoon program

which is scheduled to get under

way at z:30. This activity wiU be
the highlight of the day when the

men will hear Max Heurtematte,
the Minister of Government and
Justice, speak on a 'challenging

topic '-pertaining ta the nature

and function of his work as Min

ister

Churches of the Canal Zone will

meet at the Margarita Church.

Tornadoes Leave 6

Dead In LouIsi:n3,
Southoaslcrn Texas

... . i

ALEXANDRIA, ta. Nov. I TJP

Several nminmn black tornadnea

In addition to this, the program ehurned thrMih two Scatei la it

will consist of items from Other Inirht and killed at leaat aix naro

local churches snd representatives I sons. .'-

front the Calvary, Baptist Church. The tornado funnels, accompa-

KoDert x. tilis, former princi- nied bv drivine rains. aoun

pal of the La (Boca High School, (through central Louisiana and
will be chairman of the program, southeast Texas, leaving' a death

curing we oay, tne rouewing tou that was expected to rise as
activities and services will take soon aa search nartie atarted aift.

place: Sunday School at 9:10 a. ing- through the sodden rubble
morning worship at 11:30 a.n carlv todav. H v :-i r

Youth Club at 5:0QTraiping U- Hardest hit appeared to be Al-

nion at :oo; ana invine worship exandrie where at least three
at 7:30 p.m. .: (persons were killed, and Groves,

Rev. Sealey'S topics for Sunday Tex- four miles from.. Port ; Ari

are: Using God's Armor, and the thur.. Two persons were killed

Role of Christianity and Future (there. Another died at r Orange,
Generations. l.lTea:L 'awtntast:e4.::Port

Arthur.'.' ;.. i'! :

Oh Veteran's Day, Fort San Lo-I At Alexandria. Ranides Parish

renzo will be invaded, not bv Hen-lDeoutv Sheriff James Feffer said

ry Morgan's buccaneers, but by the death toll "wont he known un-

the youth ef the Manarlta Union I til search crews start in at dav-

Church and community. This mod- light searching for more bodies."
era day invasion army will not Feffer 'said he expects the count
be as destructive as the pirates to rise. v

but are expected to be every bit The tornadoes struck long past

as active. A full day's program (their normal season. They' sp sp-has
has sp-has been planned. Those heeding oroached under cover of torren-

the various committees are Geor- tial rain and left hundreds injur
gia Smith, reservations; Marion ed. Dammage ; was ; expected to

Smith, food; WiU Umkemsnn, rse-mount into the mfllions.

Chicken so sweet and tender .;

. net so nmiy ana white I

21 kinds

ef Campbell's

Soups,...
'somycrV
njeymenf
In eochl

CHICKEN WITH

RICC SOUP.

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at good f1!

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There's no disappohrtinf "iruTidir
tiJti when yo servi Amtt"
whipped cream; Avoset Is res
. rich creim... sterilized to keep
sweet for months. Top your dessertJ
. with safe, he jtthM, delicious Avoset

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" At members of dramatics club U, w J j
; of Balboa High School move intoU V , I ?

1 for sale. T K I u unai ;W oi If , f I-

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On Wednesday, Nov. 20, tne -vo-lon
Inter-American Women's Club
is having a bridge, tea and White
Elephant Salet at the-Club .Head .Headquarters
quarters .Headquarters tegiuning at 1 p.m. Tick Tick-eta
eta Tick-eta are $1.00. The afternooB'a .ac
tivities promise an enjoyable time
for those, attending and; an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to shop for bargains -,
Tbe articles to be donated by
the members for this -ale jnay be
lamps, jewelry, household articles,
htinIKaBc inn 1 U C D

which- are da -good' t:onditlon but

sed.- It may. be a eoU or style

not suitable to tne preseni
jor a household gadget seldom us used.
ed. used. Such articles may he tak ng

up space and be of no use FVTS mJib
present owner hut represent. ; a ry Caruie (M-aiqz)

pOTslbla lource; of fa.for- the

Club wnen couecwu uu vm(

0ImW are ursed to brine

their donated articles for this

sale to the Clu ouiioing as soon

a, possible or on w- "y v
General Assembly.,

ifi Navy Wives

Plan Te Visit, ....
f. ThlP&c Navy Wives' Clnb
4' rin "Nov. 12 tO the

Panama Presidents Palace. Aft After,
er, After, the tour they will s visit the
Church of the Golden Alter-with

lunch to follow at noiei ran
ma HUton.'V.x.i
Those members and their guests
wishing to make reservations for
the tour, please contact Jlrs. Ma-

Ingrid Said 'Through With Marriage,
Willi live Independent Middle Age

OME, Nov.' J XBft Friends
of Ingrid Bergman sam today she

was througn wun mariiB
er and would head- for an inde independent
pendent independent middle age lite that, of
Greta Garbo,' her Swedish .lore-
runner. s s SY'tL'
Fot Roberto Bossellmi the : fu future
ture future was not $o simple. He has
been reported involved with, Sona Sona-M
M Sona-M DSS Gupta X the wife of anln anln-dian
dian anln-dian movie exeitiveJjut he lives
in a land of no divorce.
Speculation was that the couple
would seek a quick divorce in
Mexico, ending the marnage-by-proxy
in Juarez, Mexico,- on May
24 1950, -which' legalized then
torrid romance.
The legal separation the couple
obtained in1 90 minutes before a
Rome magistrate yesterday was
to all intents and purposes the
mA lit tho -rtiarriaee. Italy does

not grant divorces but in some easy

liastances. recognizes them

Rossellini divorcen nis nrsi wue,
Marcella De Marchls. in Austria
and it was recognized by the Tu Turin
rin Turin court of appeals on -Jan. M,
1950, after a legal battle... 1
, .Ingrid got, her divorce by prox prox-frnm
frnm prox-frnm T)r Peter Liild

atrora Feb. j; 1950, five day aft

er the birth of Kossemni s o u,
Robertino.

Tbeir marriage was on May 24.
Ingrid "toad believed her m a r r-riage
riage r-riage to Rossellini would last for forever,
ever, forever, and up to the very last she
denied there was any rift in the
romance she went through with
in the face of world opinion. The
Das Gupta rumors she shrugged
off with as much dignity as pos
sible. . ...
As a non-Catholic Swede, Miss
Bergman conceivably could get an

divorce in j u a r e

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CLU-MTC Notes Year s Gains

mjmm mm

ions

66

THE MIGHTY WAR DRUMS SIGNAL THE WEST'S
; MOST SAVAGE MASSACRE? in

WAR DRUMS"

Relea TOMORROW SUNDAY and MONDAY
nt the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre

mnVunH HI' I I "' "m,"m"l "'

I r.feA-Ml, aa iAiiXl

l. with ctnrv

j Few, western movies -tL.;:;:..; ;r'.
told from the Tiewpoint of the Indian. WAR .drums,
Sl-Al"prodwtion In De Luxe Color. ta ouch movie and
iti story; basically centered on facts. Is sa
a-ainst the encroacbinr white man. 'VVAB DRUMS, V"
5 Artists release coming tomorrow, Sunday and .Monday
-4 thi "DRIVE-IN" Theatre, may serve to help those m m-Srwted
Srwted m-Srwted Ita Tth.E American West to understand the crflce
and hardships endured to make possible its ultimate aet aet-tiZent
tiZent aet-tiZent The movie also tells a tender love atory, portrayed,
by Le BARKER, as the Apache Indian eh ef, and Joan
TAYLOR, as JUva, his Mexkan half-breed wife. Adrt.

. ..... JaKnr 'qHivlliM

ic drawing to a close for ..The .ta-

nai one temrirwwn v.

a year that has oeen fUled with
h. ...!... an Aft That

auinerous cuyiu
aas been friutiui in mpre than one

respect, r ; .;,
u nas been significant m .that
the Ci.J-iio na iirowa noticea-

Oly, Wlln ine conuuuuvFi
AnL-CiO parent uooies a likeon likeon-solidation
solidation likeon-solidation toox place n the Canal
one. . ; L.Z 12'

- At the ueginmna er i"
CLU.MlC contntad 1 m
br unions with approximately
DO memoir. A 1he year
oraws to close it now mimoere
V onions and l$00 mombira.
,..u .nui.vir is not tno tua plo-

ture. iiuring mis time, an account accounting
ing accounting tor some O! tne new aailiates,
thi?ee new Unions wwjjw

loese were Aiur. ..x
. .. vnriiu Knrm and AcVlSi

liaa. Cana Zune roiice Unions
Currently a iourth new union,
encompassing Canal Zone nurses,

is in ine lorinauvs 'iw :
lue ouicr union additions repre repre-iihr
iihr repre-iihr those re-aifiliating or

.... ,nt li.nnni it mou.u be

iUrtner noted that during tne ..year
A ... ...... i . a 1 if an I h

the independent Railroad Brother-

nooos.

Legislatively ; apeamna
CUU-Mifc also mad numaroos
advances. Its Usislative Repre'
sentativo, a.rf wl.th
groops, acomplished much notn
w Washington and joeally.
Thougn au jegisiatiqn, fought has
. ... h..n uct(Lt.resuit'L..tO

date have i bteh;, encouraging and

of this optimism reauit uom tne
r3ceipi oi letters oi; copgratuutions
and Appreciation iroro inliuential

t. iAfAai Muntari in. tuirt and

lre.cimg M the Union's WgislaUve

Kepresentaove siaieB. ,.,-'
man ot purpose and compitetely
dedicated to his assignment, "lie
quickly earned the cvntidence and
good will ol ail with whom he

i attributes enabled him- to serve

your organiiauon wun aupneuou.

Though, at the begining of
1957, the .financial sitvation ., of
the CLU-MTC was far from on-

Approach

viable, certain policies of finan financial
cial financial retrenchment and par capi capita
ta capita payment were institutued and -held
to.
This provided the needed financ

ing for payment of and keeping

the Legislative Representative in

Washington for seven months as

well as the support of local activities.

The general feeling among the

executive group is that, all things

Deing equal, tne picture in this a a-rea
rea a-rea is also on the up swine. Proj

ected income and expences, if not

raoicauy. cnangea, should leave

an increased balance at the end

of the coming year in advance of

that lor this year now passing.
The final two months of each
year are devoted to the following

COCKTAILS

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would enable .Her. to get married

again in a ceremony recognises
anvwhere in the world except Ca

tholic Italy.
If Rossellini married again and
came to Italy to live he w o u 1 d
be considered by the church and
state to be "living in concubin-

uut wnatever,i itosseumi noea,
Tnerid was exoected to go alone

from here on put, ; .j'-

Polio Foundation
To Depict Family
On 1958 Poster

NEW YORK (UP) The Na

tional Foundation lor Infaatile Pa

ralysis today selected a family

rather than ; a single child to ap

pear on its .annual March of

Dimes' -poster for 1958. t

wife and three

items: 1) The nomination and e

lection of officers for the coming

year, and Z) The planning of the
actions to be taken for the com

ing opening of Congress.

. .This year nominations of off!
cars will take place in the .Mar

garita Service Center on Sunday,

Nov. )7 and (lections will be held

on Sunday, Dec. 15 in the Beard

Room at Balboa Heights. ..

CFN's Weekly
Sports Schedule
CFN has announced the fol following
lowing following sports radlb and televi television
sion television achedule. Any changes in
the schedule will be announced
over Panorama each night tt
8:45 and in the Caribbean
Chronicle.
RADIO
November 9: Notre Dame u
Mdchigan state at 1:15 p,m., fol followed
lowed followed by Navy va Duke.
November 19: Chicago Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals vs N.Y. Giants at 3 p.m.
' November 16: -Boxing; Nea I
Rivers vs Gene Fullmer at l
p.m.; Iowa vs Ohio state at 1:30
p.m., followed by.Notre .;Dame
v Oklahoma. i (
November- 17: Philadelphia
Eagles ys N.Y. Giants at 3 pott.
TV

November 9: Michigan state

Thev are "the

sirfcn wiih rpl,lio within two TT" -f"? r':,

ujbiuc. ap p.m. -,t

children, Joseph- Allen, now, 9, and
Sandra Sue, known as Sandy,
in braces and crutches.' Sandy's

twin, Linda Lou, called Lmdy, and
Mrs. Helen Weigandt Solomon, 39.

have -no apparent after effects

from the -disease. '.

The foundation said Lind'. Tins

some back weakness end, a slight
spina! curvature v which require

periodic check-ups. s Little Joe anlj

L.mdy : wilt need treatment tor
years, the ; foundation said, ad
wilt.' need operations, when they
reach the
All. the Children' have received
the Salk polio vaccine since their

illness It was hot available at thel

time- the family was 'stricken,

while In Lincoln, Neb.

The foundation said the family

has received $5,000 in March of

Dimes aid to date, in addition to

their own heavy expenditures fori

treatment. It quoted Mrs. soio-

mon as saying wryly, Vwe have

a thousand tasty recipes for

beans, hamburgers and spaghett

and you're welcome to every

last one of them,

Solomon is presently a squadron

commander at Robins Air Force

Base.

Taipei Cpurt Finds
Dead Man Guilty
On Drugs Count
TAIPEI, Formosa. Nov. 8 (UP)
Justice was just too slow for 70-year-old
Yen Shih-chien, who was
sentenced yesterday to 16 years
imprisonment'.- on t a narcotics
charge. When court oficials went
to his home to serve the sentence
they discovered he had died six

months ago.

STRONGER TIES

PARIS UP) A transatlantic
telephone cable will be laid be between
tween between France and Canada in 1959
and put into service by the end
of that year the French govern government
ment government announced today. An agree

ment signed last July included
West Germany as a signatory. The
cable is designed to improve tele telephone
phone telephone service currently by radio
between the two European coun

tries and North America..

As members of dramatics club
of Balboa High School move into

the final weeks ol renearsa! oi

their forthcoming production or
Marv Chase's play Mrs,. McThlng

thev are encountering many un

usual problems which they must

soive somenow .oeiore r,
Ume on Nov 20. Following are a
,ew ot the more mterested obsta obstacles
cles obstacles to be overcome.,
Fisrt of all there is the problem
of getting Frank Todd into a pair

oi tailored Bermuda snorts. Di

minutive Frank plays Howay the

son of Mrs. Howard V. .Larue
third of Larue Towers on Vam
Tvna Road la the very best part

of town. Howay is much indulged
child having a private bodyguard
(George Wa.ei). a pony and. a

custom built boat In whicn he can
cruise about on his private lake.
Naturally he must, dress the

part. Frank does not strenuosly
object to wearing a beret and
Lord Fauntleroy collar, but, per perhaps
haps perhaps having been influenced by

the recent ihors-pants-levls con

troversy, he takes almos violent
exception to wearing bermudas.

It is to be hoped that the date

ot production he will have surend-

ered dignity to art.
Joe '1 rower has two problems.

His first difficulty is In locating

a Dowier hat large enough to co cover
ver cover his 7 7-8 crown. It becomes
increasingly evident that a rush
order will have to be made to the

States in asmuch as the-local cra-

mums tend to be of more mo

dest proportions, and such a head
gear is important-to the role he
plays that of Poison Eddie Shel-

the qualities of an Al Capone with

those of a Roy Rogers, naturally
such a role demands a dark dou

ble-breasted suit, a red shirt, and
orange tie, and a bowler hat.
Secondly. Joe is strugelina: with

the melody of "Sometimes I Fell

Like a Motherless child", the song
he sings to his fellow mobster,
Dirty Joe (Frank Bright) and the
Stinker (David Eisemann). as

he muses about the loneliness suf

fered by gang leaders.

Ann Haskell plays the clamo

rous witch who comes down out

of the Blue Mountains to compli complicate
cate complicate the lives of these widely as assorted
sorted assorted types. In the script she is
described ss having long golden
tresses so long lhat they become
entangled in the t.ectric line as
she moves through the city. Of
course, this creates a neat little

problem for the makeup depart department.
ment. department. Such a wig as a costumer's

catalogue describes as suitable for

Brunhilde in Wagnerian opera
fails to fill the need inasmuch
as it reaches 'only to the person's
waist. However this same 'catalo 'catalogue
gue 'catalogue lists another wig which might
There will be a third perform perform-wig.
wig. perform-wig. These various little problems
indicate in part the unusual na

ture ol this fantasy,. like the other
two workaf MaiT'Chaae,-Haivey

and Bernaaine, this play, a hit
of 4he 195253 .Broadway season.

employs fantasy to point up the
comedy, the beauty and the sad

ness of the human lot.,
Mrs. McTbing will be presented

to the pubic on Nov. 20 and 21

at Jadwim Hall at Fort Clayton.
Xhere will be a' third perform

ance on Saturday night, Nov. 23,
for military personnel only, For
this third performance no admis

sion charge will be made.

FOLLOW THE LEADER
CHICAGO (UP)-Jean Ann and
Ann Witous are identical twins

from the first to last. The five-year-old
sisters had their tonsils
removed the same day.

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THE PANAMA' AMEKTGAlf All IWDEPE5D
WDDJT PAlty KEWSPAPEB -. '-' ''' -- V-4..; FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1951
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Swim
Governor s Cup
Feature Event
tditor: COMRADO SARCEANf ,v'
Of B(g Program

American

Meet

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BETTER BEHAVE Carmen Basilfo won a field trial with
Rumson Farm Hayride, with which the middleweight cham champion
pion champion works on the New York State Three Rivers Game Man Management
agement Management Area near Syracuse. Handled bv his regular trainer.
Earl Crangle, the Waynesboro, Ga., pointer won the Nation National
al National Pheasant Championship over the same course.

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Trouble Already
Brewing Over '58
Schedule In N.L
4 CINCINNATI. Ohio. ( UP) Trou

ble already is brewing among Na-

.iionai league teams overthe 1958
chedule.
The league office announced
Wednesday that the J958 season
; will open on Tuesday. April 15,
with the new Los Angeles Dodgers
meeting the new San Francisco
. Giants at San Francisio in one of
the four openers.

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Chicago will be at St. Louis,
Philadelphia : at Cincinnati, and
Pittsburgh at the World Champion
Milwaukee Braves in the other
openers.

Neither the Cubs nor Cardinals

wpcg pleased to ,,lpara,, that the

aves win complete tneir li

me series in St. Louis and Chi

cago by late July. The league, in

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i vt,W' uy ittic: ouiy. liic league, ji
I fact, reportedly took "under ad'

i 't vement") a-St. Louis complaint

' that its games at home against
v v tHe iBraves would be completed
July 20V
This complaint and other mat matters
ters matters pertaining to the new sched sched-..
.. sched-.. life will have to be dealt with be-
'ore tWe officil 19SS srhertu'p is
; aounced in December or Janu January.
ary. January.

Dedicate Withdrawn
From Trenton rCap
CAMDEN, N. J.,'(UP) Dedi

cate has been withdrawn from the
$75,000 added Trenton Handicap
because of a training mishap,
leaving Gallant Man, Round Table
and Bold Ruler to battle it out in
Saturday's "dream race" at Gar Garden
den Garden State Park.
Mrs. Jan' Burke, who owns1 Ded Dedicate,
icate, Dedicate, revealed Wednesday night

mat tne nanasome stainon iook cooperation with the Latin

two or inree Daa steps aner AmeriCan Schools Division

worKing oui ior me i r e n ion

Wednesday.

"He's definitely out of Satur

day's race," she announced.
Asked if Dedicate now will be
retired to stud, Mrs. Burke said
"it all depends on how he acts in
the next couple of days
More than 40,000 fans are ex expected
pected expected lor Saturday' race, which
is expected to decide the horse of
the year and the three-year old
championship. ( &
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Interest in Latin American

communities of Rainbow City,

Gamboa, Paralso and La Boca Is
now centered on the swim meet

which will be held on Veteran's
Day, Monday, November 11, at

the Rainbow city' Pool, com

mencing at 9:00 a.m.

The feature of the day will be

a 100-yard free-style event, be

tween 14 and 18 year-old boys,

for the Governor's Trophy; don donated
ated donated and to be presented to the
winner by Major General W. E.

Potter.

Physical directors Oscar Mor

rell of Rainbow City, Jose

French of Gambda, Stanley Lo

ney at paraiso and John west

of La Boca are working like

beavers with youngsters for the
meet. Each has openly expressed

a desire to produce the winner

of the Governor s Trophy, which
will have the name of the win

ner and his community engrav engraved
ed engraved thereon and displayed in a
prominent place in each commu community,
nity, community, it will be competed for a-

gain in subsequent years.

Eligible for the meet are de

pendents within the age-limit

listeti for the 15 events and it

will be conducted under the
rules and regulations governing
interschool athletics in the Jun Junior
ior Junior and senior high schools.

At least 75 athletes, between

the ages of 10 and 18, will com compete
pete compete in the meet and an invita invitation
tion invitation is extended to all to attend.
Each event will ihave two ath athletes
letes athletes participating from each
community.

CLIPPED WINGS The St Lottis Hawks ot off to a poor start in the National Basketball
Association, but opponents know that the defending. Western Division champions will be
there or thereabouts all the way along the route. The first string, left to right, Bob Pettit.
1 Easy Ed Macauley. Charley Share, Jack Coleman, Cliff Hagan and rugged Red Morrison

Queen

To Share

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This swim meet is part of a

program by the Juvenile Delin Delinquent
quent Delinquent Committee, a branch of

the Rainbow City Civic Council
which is sponsoring the event in

Alphone Halimi

Heads For France

As Bantam :King

Oscar Fraley's Follies And
Weekend Football Winners

By OSCAR FRALEY

AS USUAL Brig -Gen. Hum Hum-berto
berto Hum-berto Mariles' favorite mount.
Chihuahua II, inspects the
latest trophy won by the fa famous
mous famous Mexjcan pair after win winning
ning winning the International Fault
and Out event at the Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania National Horse Show.

LOS ANGELES, (UP) The

world's bantamweight crown, pos

sibly worth more than ever before
in history, headed for France to

day, firmly placed on the brow of

Alphonse Halimi, a pleasant-faced

little French-Algerian.

Halimi. a pre-fight underdog

took the undisputed crown Wednes

day night when he won a split de

cision from Raul Macias of Mexico

and spoiled a Roman holiday for
some 20,000 Mexicans at Wrigley

Field.

For the victory here, Halimi
collected $50,000 in cash, plus all

his expenses, which totaled 22-

million francs.
Macias, already a wealthy man,

took home something more than
$30,000, awaiting final counting on

a gate of approximately $200,000,
plus national televised receipts.
If the two should meet again,

the gate possibly would be some

what less, but they possibly could
draw better than $100,000 in Paris.

As for the fight itself, it couldn t
be. rated as a thriller. There were
no knockdowns and not once was
one of the battlers hurt in any
way. Halimi, fighting out of a
crouch, kept boring in and slam

ming hard lefts to the nose and
ears, then lowering his sights to
the mid-drift.

The Frenchman was landing an
average of three blows to one for
Macias.

NEW YORK (UP) Fraley's
Follies and the weekend football
"winners" along with a lew rec

ollections on around the world in

80 hours.
Gam of the Wk.
Navy over Duke The Middies
are rolling in high gear and the
Blue Devils have been sputtering

of late. The Navy attack plus a
good defense should win, barring

a letdown.
The last

Holy' Cross over Syracuse So

the Orange can give ma more

juice, tiji a i.:ijitr

Army over Utah -., Jimmy De

Tlf a rf HiAAt 'am atrfnin rt nnln

graphs in Japanese.,

Dartmouth over Columbia Sam

Snead made me sorry 1 play gin

rummy.

Princeton over Harvard But

Red Smith made me wish for a
slow boat.

Also: Brown over Cornell, i Yale

over Penn, Pitt over West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, Boston College over Boston
U., and Colgate over Bucknell.

The South.
Alabama over Tulane The

Commies rap those who use Hong
Kong's rickshaws.

Mississippi over T.SU The reds

claim it's degrading.

Auburn over MississiddI State-

But they don't give the boys free

rice.

Maryland over Clemson And

the natives are the biggest riders.

Aslo: Tennessee over Georgia

Tech, Kentucky over Vanderbilt,
Florida over Georgia, VPI over

Wake For est.North Carolina over

bouth Carolina, North Carolina
State over WaM, and Miami over

Florida State.

It's fishing, strictly from hunger.
Aslo: Texas Tech over Tulsa,
Tempe over Texas Western and
Hardin Simmons over Arizona.
The Midwest.
Michigan State over Notre Dame
Rome's Circus Maximus would
make a great race track.
Iowa over Minnesota That's
where Ben Hur swung low his
chariot.

Ohio State over Purdue The

Colosseum looks like a midget

iranKiin Field.
Michigan over Illinois And I
swear you can still smell the
Lions..
Also: Oklahoma over Missouri,
Wisconsin over Northwestern, In Indiana
diana Indiana over Cincinnati, Nebraska

over Iowa State, Pern State oyer

Marquette, Kansas oVer Kansas

State and Detroit over Villanova.

The West.
Oregon over Washington Driv

ers never rant in Japan.

Oregon State over California

They admire the rival who

bluffs 'em successfully.

Stanford over Soutnern Cal.

Rome's drivers are the most voluble.

Ucla over Washington State-

But New York cab drivers still
scare me most of all.

Also: Brigham Young over

Fresno State,. Colorado over Color

ado State, Denver over Air Force

Academy and Idaho over Utah
State.

By TREVOR SJMONS
Though official attendance
records are not kept, it is expect expected
ed expected that Cristobal High School
has already set a new mark for
football attendance during a reg regular
ular regular season and should add con considerably
siderably considerably to the total tonight at
7 o'clock when they meet C.Z.
Junior College for the final At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side game of 1957.
It's the homecoming game too
and Cristobal's petite Stephi
Beck will share honors with the
two teams along with her court
of Cristobal High Schol belles.
The Tigers, expected to be at
near full strength for their last

home battle, announced yester

aay tne loss or end Chuck Craw

ford. Downed with chicken pox,

urawiord, who had earned a
first string end position, will be

out ior tne rest of the season

R. Sullivan aboard the Nauti

lus, caught a 645 lb, silver -mar-lln
Yesterday. .
On Wednesday George Nichols
on th ..Chi CU caught a 300 lb.
black marlin.
TW morning Harry Wilder
boated a striped marlin of ap approximately
proximately approximately 130 lbs. It will be

weighed later In the day.

Fifteen marKn have been hnnt-

fd to date. The Nautilus is lead leading
ing leading the tournament so Jar with
five marlin caught.
Sullivan's 645 lb. silver Is only
2 lbs. under the : ton fish nn fur

which is col. Moucha'e 647 lb.

oiacK marun.

Kubek, Sanford Named
Best Rookies Of 1957

By TIM MORIARTY

NEW YORK (UP)-Tony Kubek,

the New York Yankees "jack of

all trades," and Jack Sanford,

right-handed curve-bal pitcher for

the Philadelphia Phillies, today
were named the major leagues'

outstanding rokies for the 1957

season by the Baseball writers
Association of America.

Kubek. who played five differ

ent positions for the Yankees this
year, 'received 23 of the 24 votes
in the balloting for the American
League freshman award. The

other vote went to Frank Maizone

of the Red Sox, who was declared

ineligible for the award because he

had appeared in 27 games for Bos Boston
ton Boston in 1956.

In the National League voting,

Sanford finished first with 16

votes. The other1 votes were dis

tributed among first baseman Ed

Bouche of the Phillies (four),

pitcher Dick Drott of the Chicago

uubs (three) and outfielder Bob

Hazle of the world champion vMil

wauKee craves (.one.;.

Kubac Outfielder, Infialdtr

Kubek played left field, center
field, shortstop, third base and

second base in his first : season
A r -V ii'j.,.,JJ-

uiiucr asey oiengei,. median median-kes'
kes' median-kes' master lineup juggler. De Despite
spite Despite al this maneuvering: he

batted .297' for' the American

League champions.
Considered a 'perfect Yanice-

type player' by Stengel. Kubek
would up as the club's third lead-

Th Southwest.

Arkansas over Rice--Bangkok is
sardine fisherman's paradise.
Texas Aggies over SMTJ

They're up to their gutters in ca canals.
nals. canals. c
Texas over Baylor Everybody

fishes, for anything edible.

Oklahoma State over Wyoming

Logarl To Meet

Any Worthy Rival

For Welter Crown

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NEW YORK, (UP) Isaac Lo

gan of Cuba, top-ranked contend

er, has agred to fight some

worthy rival for the vacant world

welterweight title at Denver,
Colo., in January if the Denver
promoters can get title recogni

tion from the National Boxing

Asociation. y

"Logart has agreed to the fieht

if the NBA will recognize the win

ner as world champion," the Cu-v

Dan s manager, JLddie Mafuz, said
today. "The opponent and the date
have not been picked yet, but wc
hope the opponent will be Virgil

akuis oi ai. jLouis.
The welter title was left vacant

on tept. 23 when champion Car

men Basilio won the middleweight

crown irom sugar Kay Robinson.
No champion can wear two crowns

simultaneously.

At Denver, Eddie Bohn of the

Colorado State Boxine Com mis

sion said his organization and the

NBA had agreed to championship

siams-ior a i-ogan Dout in janu
ary.

Irish Equestrian
Team Takes Lead
In NY Horse Show

always fresh fresh-always
always fresh-always mild,
always rich

tuII-flavored

NEW YORK, (UP) The Irish

army equestrian team, which bad

promised to do well in American

horse show international jumping

once its horses wer accustomed.

to the short courses, was making
good on the promise todav. lead

ing we seven
tional show.

The Irish won Wednesday

night's event, the first part of the
three-day low score competition, to
give them their second victory in

ue.uree events jumped to far.
Two mora events were scheduled
for; today, one in the afternoon
session and the other tonight

in overall team scoring. Ireland

led with 26 points. the United

States had 20, Britain 10, Mexico

Argentina 2. and Chile and Can

ada both were scoreless.

SIGNAL CALLER Cristobal
quarterback Wendy Sasso re returns
turns returns to action after a few

days layoff following an in injury
jury injury suffered in the BHS
game.

The Tigers have shown plenty
of "get up and go" during the
past week of workout sessions
and should be ready for this

game tonight against Junior col

lege. A loss for Tigers would au automatically
tomatically automatically make Balboa Hieh

ocnooi lnxerscnooi grid champs
regardless of the outcome of the
final game of the season at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa next Friday night.
Though winless and scoreless

against school competition, coach

tsrown s jr. college eleven show

ed plenty of snap in the first

hall of their 14-0 loss at the

hands of the Bulldogs last weke.

As a matter of fact, up to the
final minutes of the second

quarter when a long pass by Tom
MeKeown scored Balboa's first
TD, junior College had things
much their own way and spent

most of the first half deep in
Balboa territory.
Cristobal's ability to halt any
such first half attack by J.C.will
be the difference between a win
an da loss, for J.C. more so than
any other team competing on
the canal Zone, is not equipped
with the reserve strength it
would take for an all-out effort
in the second half. I

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Cristobal's forward wall of Jon

McGraw, George Kirkland, Don

uruce, jacs wmoughby and Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Brooks will be taxed to. its

utmost, but could provide the

power necessary to prepare for

a nger win in tne final Quar

ters of play; for though Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal too lacks reserve strength,
they are a hit better off in that

department than Is Jr. College.

Gianls, Dodgers,

PCL Representatives

Meet Again Tuesday

ing hitter (behind Mickey Mantk
and Bill Skowron) in his initial
major league season. He had 39
runs-batted-ln and his 128 hits in included
cluded included 21 doubles, thre triples
and three homers.
Sanford, like Kubek, left his na native
tive native hearth to gain fame else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. He was born and raised in
Welesley, Mass., a suburb of Bos Boston,
ton, Boston, but Was turned rinum t o p.j

Sox tryout campe because he was
too smal." That was in 1947
was in 1947. Jack then weighed
only 160 .pounds but has since
blOSOmed OUt into a siv.fnnf 1Qn

pounder.

Long Road for Jack
After receivonir hia j;i.

1M lFS?ed in three ames
With the Phillips nr th rj

tne 1956 season, winning his first
J0?" uletgue start- Tn 27-year,-old
right-hander showed up at the
Phillies camp last spring deter determined
mined determined to make good. And he did
in a big way.
Sanford led both league in
strikeouts with 188. He had a 19
won and, lost record, posted an
an earned run average of 3 08 i
walked honly 9 men in W lnings
and pitched three shutouts "and II
complete games; i .r i

Sports Briefs

omise today, lead-ti ,i r
nauons in the Sf h,Tl Idfl SpOffS Caf

Club Meets Tonight
The Isthmian Sport Car
Club will hold Its monthly
meeting at 7:30 tonight la the
Washington salen of Hotel El
Panama,
- Guest speaker wDJ be Georre
PJeto, who recently dreve from
the States down through Cen Central
tral Central America.

NEW YORK, Nov. 8 (UP)

Representatives of the Giants,
Dodgers, Pacific Coast League,
American Association and Texas

League will meet again here next

Tuesday in another effort to
solve the realignment problems
caused by the shift of the two
major league clubs to California.
Baseball Commissioner Ford
Frick presided yesterday at a
four-hour secret meeting of all
concerned in the franchise shifts,
and then in a statement to
newsmen said that "no conclu conclusions
sions conclusions were reached and no defi definite
nite definite action taken."
Frick's statement did not

mention the cash indemnities to

be paid by the Dodgers and Gi

ants to the Pacific coast League.

It had been believed that this

was perhaps the major problem,

tor it was reported the major
leaguers had offered only $50,000

eacn, a sum which PCL presi president
dent president Leslie O'Connor said was

"humiliating." Some PCL owners
mentioned million-dollar In Indemnities,
demnities, Indemnities, and hinted civil court
action.

The presence of George Traut-

man, president of the minor
leagues, nresident Ed Doherty of

the American Association and
president Dick Butler of the
Texas League indicated that the

conferees realize that realign realignment
ment realignment of the PCL almost certain certainly
ly certainly will Involve cities now in
other leagues. Denver. Spokane.

pnoenrx and several otner cities
have been mentioned and there

probably will be changes all a-

long the line.

BOOTS HOME RlSlID

LAUREL. Md.. mpY. vif..

jockey Steve Brooks hnniA

four winners at Laurel yesterday,
including both ends of a $27 20
daily, double. Brooks scored on
Lumpi ($4.60) and Bubbles pick
(47.60) for the -doiihlc nrt rf.-i.

Ruler ($6.40) and fellow ($4.20).
INSURED AGAINST SPUTNIK
Stockholm Sweden. (UP) w Jit Jittery
tery Jittery sponsors of next year's; Eu European
ropean European track and field meet aren't
taking any chances on a possible
financial loss. They have taken out
insurance at the cost of 20,000
crowns ($4,000) against world war,
Asian flu, general strike and Sputt
nik II. In case the meet is can can-celled
celled can-celled because of any of these ca catastrophes,
tastrophes, catastrophes, the sponsors will re receive
ceive receive 2.5 million crowns ($500,000).'
RECORD WINNER RETIRES
HARRISBURG. Pa.. fUP) Srntt

Frost, winner of the 1955 Hamble-

onian and record money winner
for a trotting stallion, has been

retired to stud by owner Jim
Camp of Shafger, Calif.- Scott
Frost earned $310,000. a record for
a trotting stallion, and third best

on the overall trotting roster,
FIFTH DEADLOCK

HANQVER. N: H... fUPl-When

Dartmouth and Yale played to a
14-14 tie in New Haven, Conn.,
Saturday, it marked the fifth dead deadlock
lock deadlock between the two schools in

football in their long and colorful
series.

Eddie Schmidt
May be 3rd US
Laurel Starter

GUN CLUB
NOTES

PEDRO MIGUEL ;

Sunday. Nov. 10. at 9:30 ajn.J

mere will be a 50 target handi

cap shoot ATA rules governing

similar to previous shoots held
by thia club. i

This is an Initiation shoot for

our new electric trap first of
its kind to be used on the Canal
Zone, come out and help with
the initiation. Cold drinks on

tap self Service.

un auiricaent demand. the

Pedro Miguel Gun Club will hold
a shoot every other Sunday
morning, beginning with the

coming Sunday. The program
will be varied to suit the major

ity of shooters.

LAUREL, Md., (UPJ -J Eddie
Schmidt, a four-vear-old son of

Count Speed, will be given a work
out over the turf course at Laurel
today to determine if he isr fit to
join the field for next 'Monday's
Washington D. C. International
Leroy Burns of Los Anfieles was

extended a belated invitation to 1

run Eddie Schmidt in the Honda"
classic Wednesday. However.

Burns said, he would not, render 1

a decision until be watches his
colt work out on the gras.
In the Gallant Fox handican at

Jamaica last Saturday, Eddie
Schmidt rUied from eighth place
to defeat Beam Rider hv a half-'

length. .-. r h

The other U.S. entriei bi ihm

international field are Hasty House
Farm's Mahan and Christopher
Chenery'i Third Brother.' They wil
be opposed by three French-bred
horses-Montaval, Rose Royal H
and Denisy Ireland's Stephanotis,
Germany's Nisos and Venezuela's
WcKinley.

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PAGE NIN"
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1957
m&nA Straight Win In $750 8piiit

Town's" Wall, Gramilla,
Comatose, Michiripa
Contenders In Feature
Antonio Eskildsen's hard-running veteran Ar
grentine-bred chestnut horse Kadir shapes up as the
logical choice to win tomorrow's $750 seven furlong
sprint for second and third series imported thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds at the President Remon racetrack.

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llTHE LICHTS'.WENT OUT FAST Peter Mueller is car-

nea irom xne ring Dy nis opponent, wans uuentner woniers,
JlnH hanHlAril fiftr hpin7 lcn(wkH out in th firet rnimH in

p Hamburg. The quick finish might signify the end of the former

vermn nuuuiewei$iii ciiifi;iuiL s career as a prize ngmer.

Race Track Graded Entries

P.P, Hen

Jockey St.

Comment

1st Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 FSs Purse $400

F1KSX itALrj ur inn
1TheGiDsy J. Cadogafi 103 Hopeless case
2 Rutllante R- Vasquez 113 -Should score agatn
izfyrlci? G Montero I05x-Good early speed
LK Didi H. Ruiz 100 -Mus t gc lower
5- Edith Plaf J. Rodriguez 110 -Could be upsetter
6- Arrabalero J. Phillips 108 -Returns from layoff
7- Cervecero F. Alvarez 113 -Dangerous contender
8- Money Maker A. Ycaza 113 -Hard to beat here

Odd)
Pool Closes 1:00

30-1
2- 1
6-1
25-1
4- 1
5- 1
3- 1
5-2

Kadir Is returning frura a sur-
Sreise. victory over Scintillation,
tacancjto. Surumeno 'and Gra Gra-milla
milla Gra-milla a fortnight ago. Only Gra Gra-milla
milla Gra-milla is included among the four

opponents Kadir will face tomor

row.
The other scheduled starters
for -tomorrow's main event are
Michirioa. Comatose and Town's

Wall. Michiripa and Comatose are
returnintl from layoffs the latter

being laid for several months.
Town's Wall was an also-ran in
Sunday's $10,000 added Panama
Independence Day Clasic.
Braulio Baeza, the leading rider
in the second semester jockey
contest, should also enhance Ka Ka-dir's
dir's Ka-dir's chances. He was ridden by
Amado Credidio his last ime out.

Andres Gonzalez will guide Gra Gra-milla.
milla. Gra-milla. Guillermo Sanchez, as u u-sual,
sual, u-sual, will be aboard Town's Wall,

Ruben Vasquez has the assign

ment on Comatose wtuie no xioer

had bsen posted fbr Michiripa at

the time this article was written.
. The secondary attraction is a

six furlong sprint in which the
highly rated Delta will tangle with

the consistent binglui again.
Last Sunday, Delta outlasted Sing Sing-ful
ful Sing-ful in a thrilling homestretch bat battle
tle battle to score by a neck.
Also scheduled to start against
Delta and Sineful are Sunfair,

Pavinetto and French Shoe. Alfre

do Vasquez will ride Delta, Vir-

giho Castillo will handle Singuli s
reins, Baeza will guide Sunfair,
Catalmo Iglesias has the leg
up on Pavinetto and Julio Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez will do the booting aboard
French Shoe.

Eight other races round out an

attractive card.

nrf Rare "F" Natives 5 Fgs. Purse $375
2nd Race c 0F THE DOUBLE

Pool Closes 1:30

1 Olimplco
2 Toxic
3 Deslree
a na.ma.dura

6Moonshlner Jose Rodrl,

e-'-Ika 1
7 Certamen
8 Currlta ;

F Alvarez 112 Distance to liking
. vo-o hi; Racine to good form

G. Sanchez 113 -Will fight it out
b vnsmiez Hi Should beat these

103 NeeCtS more instance

t n-ialovura 107X Not in winmnK iuiih

AGonzales, 103 -rUsually close utr
8. Baeza 110 i-Enjoymg best form ro

3- 1
5-2
4- 1
2-1
50-1
15-1

10-1
'1

3rd Race "Hla.

H2a." Nat. Fgs. Purse $375
ONE TWO

pool Closes 2:00

lGolden Bound R. Vas. 113 -Showing improvement
2- Guwamaya UB -Usually in money
3- Cochisa C, Iglesias 105 -Depends mood
4- Pichoto A. Vasquez 118 Form indicates
tASa G. Sanchez 113 -No. 1 contender

4- 1
3-1
5- 1
EVEN
3-2

4th Race "E" Natives 5 MfcJg'

Pool Closes 2:30

distance

- n Tirlesias 108 Prefer 'more

sZjX F. Justlnianl 99x-Good recent races
2 Julie r u im BooV in hpst form

B Baeza 110 v-ouia oe uicua
F. Alvarez 112 Distance to liking

A. Vas. 115 nas guuu

3 Mr. TivOU

4Rablblanco
x Tlnela

6 Golden Wonder

8-1
4-1
32
51
2-1
4-1

8th Race, 6th Series Imp. 6 Fgs.Purse $500

iSunfaJr B. Baeza 106 -Could surprise
f-?"., noMiin 114 In fight to finish

2-SS5tSta r- lelesYas 113 -Usually

. ."",. i t onrtri no Impressive

4-rrencn o"- Form indicales

Pool Closes 3:00

fractious

win last

5-1
3-2
50-1
3-1
EVEN

i v... cth roHm Imp. 7 F. Purse $400

,. .c.i r.

. Pool Closes

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

lFifito J. Phillips lb8 Could make it here
sTcivberrt C Iglesias 115 -Lacks early speed
tSd G Montero 105x-Aiming for payoff
4Cartlllero F. Alvarez 110 Dangerous contender
BOrnamental Star Baeza 118 Form indicates
6Lanero J. Jimenez 113, Should be close up

3:40
8-1
20-1
10-1
2- 1
4-5
3- 1

Pool Closes 4:10

vii. Kfh Series Tmo. 1 Fes. Purse $400

" 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Eleeido J. Avila 113 Could pay off here
Atnmi,. Rnrinir B. Baeza 112 -Showing improvement

3Celesttal Fire A. Vas. 112 Will fight it out

4 Teloreo

5 jGrey Juan
6 larucha
7 Don Danl

A. Gonzales 104 Early speed only
F. Alvarez 105 Weak effort In last
A, Ycaza 113 Returns from layov'f
R. Vasquez 112 Form indicates

10-1
4-1
2- 1
15-1
30-1
3- 1
2-1

Pool Closes 4:45

ith Race; "Hla." Natives 6 Fg. Purse $375

QUINIELA
1 Siderat iJO Montero 112x Last doesn't couut 3-2
2 Fllon S. Carvajal 106 Usually close up io-l
3 Chancerlta Justlnianl 97x Early speed only 504
4 Radical . H."Rul4 108 Depends on start 3-1
5 Fabionet A. Gonzales 108 Not against these 50-1
6 Nacho B. Baeza 103 No. 1 contender 2-1
7 (Rock 'n' Roll Phillips 110 Must improve more io-l
8 (El Pequefio C. Qulros 103x Rider only handicap 10-1

9th Race, 5th Series Imp.

6 Fgs. Purse $500
ONE TWO

Fool Closes 5:13

1 Fudge Girl V.Castillo 113 Doesn't seem" likely v 8-1
2 JaiAlai A. Ycaza 112 Early speed only 154
3 Globe Trotter F, Alvarez 110 Would pay off again 20-1
4 Coral : G. Sanchez 113 Not against these 15-1
5 Garramufio G. Montero 112x Poor recent races 101
6 Klng'i Park A-Vasquez 118 should score easily 3-5,

7 Mananaoagua 5., Baeza 110 Rates good chance 34

8 lKO w, R vasquez 110 Jockey should help. 5-2
9 (El Fakir F. Justlnianl 97x Nothing in weeks 50-1
10 (Volcanlco C. .Iglesias 105 Must go lower 50-1

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12 4
11 5
10 6
10 6
8 8
7 9
7 9
6 10
5 11
5 11
4 12
Sulli-

10th Race, 2nd, 3rd S. Imp.

lMichlripa "-

7 F. Purse $759

Fool Closes 5:43

V: 103 Returns in good ihace

2 conTr.iose k. vasquez 11a Been training weii a
3 Town's wall G. Sanchez 110 Alwayi dangerous .'-
4 GramillaT A. Gonzales 103 Would pay off ;
6 Kadir B. Baeza 113 Form indicates

3-1,

3-1
2-1

BALBOA'S MEN'S LEAGUE

Teams
Icaza's Scott Atwater

Zenith T. V.
Blue Star Milk

Cunlop Rubber

Kent Cigarettes
Pepsi Colas
Balboa Beer
Martini Vermouth

Duran Coffee

Canada Dry
Hillman Cars
Tivoli Travel
Five LeadinB Averages

van 170 Coffey 168 Pahl a65 Fol Fol-ger
ger Fol-ger 163 Bowen 162.
Before a fair size group of spec spectators,
tators, spectators, the fourth week of iBalboas
Men's League produced the best
quality of bowling so far in the
young season. The boys are being
separateo)from the -men and the
league is getting into thw swing
of things.' Rivalry Shaping up

in the battle for position. ?m
MSeott-Afwater 3 Peptl Colas 1

The Scott Atwaters Motors
league leaders took on the soft
drink lads of the Pepsi. Cola and

did not lose any grpuno in Keep Keep-inc
inc Keep-inc their too notch in the circuit.

The motors had plenty of zip

and power in the first two games,
but ran out of fuel in the last lap
and, their speed was so slow that
the Pepsr Colas Jiad no trouble in
salvaging at least one point.
Two motors, Dick La -Beau and

Kotlarcsyk, provided w i n per performance
formance performance which carried the Scott

Atwaters to victory with 513 and
520 Series. The most refreshing
for the Pepsis was Lefty Tony
Luttenberger with his 545.
Crawford Z.inlth T.V. 2
Blue Star 2

The Zenith TV's played perfect
host to the Blue Star Milk Bot Bottles,
tles, Bottles, allowing an even split. This

act of courtesy on part ol the

TV's was expensive because they

dropped out of the deadlock for
the first spot in the loop.
Two Blue Star dairymen were
the cream of tha crop, when
Wickham and Hofer milked 512
and 552 series. The Zenith Telivi Telivi-sor
sor Telivi-sor was Ray Walker with 525, but

the Pope model RV while not
reaching 500 did come through
nicely with picture score in one
game, a 201. .'

Kint Cigarattos J ouran iottm i
Kent Cigarettes, pack of five,
smoked through for three points

from Duran Coffee Jungs ana

gained several notches in t n e

league race. However mis pacK
of five smokes had only one King
Size in form of the old Brlly the

Kid with a 598 series.
Bill has earned up many hon

ors in Dowiing, dui out piu cpi
him from another honor, the
three-of-a-kind ABC patch, he hit
200, 199, 199 games. Although Du Duran
ran Duran Coffee drinkers lost several
positions in league race, one of
their coffee sippers did show the
gallery and fellow bowlers the
best single game when Les Pahl
blasted a 232, which was part of

a 559 set.
Dunlop 1 Tiveli Travel 1
The Tivoli Travel Gency is tra traveling
veling traveling hut in the wrong direction

and has now found itself in the
cellar. On the bother hand, tht

DunlOp Tire and Rubber manufac

turers nouncea tnrougn wim a a
to 1 favorable verdict.
The Tivoli Travelers were head

ed in the right direction but got
detoured after the first game, and
the Dunlop Rubber stretched the
next three points to their advan advantage.
tage. advantage. Bif, George Folger was the
hnunciest of the bunch with 521

for Dunlop, but none of the Tour

ists got on the road., number iva.

Balboa Boor Z v

Martini Vermouth 2 J
The Balboa Beers were consist

ent In the first two games rolling
identical scores for wins. They

were mild games, nothing out outstanding
standing outstanding hut they relaxed in the
third, and that is all the Martini
Vermouths needed, because they
clobbered the Brewers with an un un-watered
watered un-watered game, enough to clobber clobbered
ed clobbered the Brewers with enough un-

watered game to talce total pins.

served a 511 set up. and the best
Brewer Sates busted all of 484.
Canada Dry 3 Hillman Cars 1
Canada Dry, stored away in the
cool confines of the cellar for
weeks broke out and fizzed to
three points, and relegated their
last place spot to some other un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate victim. Of course they
thanked the Hillman cars for be being
ing being nice to them because it was
not Canada Dry's hot bowling, but
Hillman's generosity.
Hillman's Boh Barker put on a
display a varied assortmsnt of
splits. If there wer more frames
to roll, Bob undoubtedly would
have come up with every possible
split in the book. Even at that,
his 425 was the best fpr his team.
For the Canada Drys, their top
man was the league leading bowl bowler
er bowler With a 493.

Racetrack Tips
By CONRADO

1 Rutllante
2 Damadura
3 Pichoto
4 Tinela
5 Singful
6 Cartillero

7 Clarucha
8 Slderal
9 King's Park
10 Kadir

Money Maker
Currlta
Avlspa
Mr. Tivoli
Delta
Ornamental Star
Don Danl
Nacho

Manandoagua
GramlUa

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'IGNITED IRISH The starting lineup which put Notre Dame back in. the thick of things after South Bend's worst f ootbalf sea"
son in history looks at and listens to Coach Terry Brennan. They are, left to right, in the lme, Gary Myers, Don. Lawrence, Al
Ecuyer Bob Schaltz Jim Schaaf, Frank Geremia and Dick Royer. The backs, left to right, are Dick Lynch, Bob William, Nklc
Pietrosante and Frnk Reynolds. A flying start stamped them as being equal to one of college football's toughest schedule,

HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Several changes were register

ed in the President Remon race

track's Ollices aurnig me
Grey Juan and Rory will race
under different handlers. Robert
Randolph will train Grey Juan
which is owned by the Stud Sal-

fremar. James Slivera is ory&
new trainer,
onnpt.ino which formerly rac

ed under the colors of the Stud
Buena Fe, is now listed as the
property of Alfredo Bassan Jr.
Luis H. Farrugla will continue to

train the classy sprinter.

Clybern and Tang anlca,
which were formerly trained
by Hugo de la Penha, have
been turned over to Leon L.
Sainten. Clybern will carry the
colors of the Stud Barpenh
while Tanganlca will race for

the Stud 92.
Kalalu returns to action after

a prolonged layoii. mis mrec-year-old
bay offsprlnt of count
Curley-Apprise goes in Sunday's

first race lor Class u natives, ne
is owned by the cococha Stable
and trained by Arturo Phillips.

000
Mv British thoroughbreds ar

rived yesterday from England In
excellent nhyslcal condition.

They were recently acquired' at

the Newmarxet saies py me ju-rado-Fernandez
Importing firm.

All five are for sale. Interested
parties may contact Ibero Fer Fernandez
nandez Fernandez or trainer Eustacio Gar Garcia
cia Garcia de Paredes at the President
Remon racetrack.

The animals are : Summer Par

ty, two-year-old brown colt by

Pardal-Summer Model by Phi-

deas.

year-old bay filly by Pink Flower-Gloria
Mundi by Gold Bridge.

Guadalcanal, t n ree-year-oia

brown colt by
Colorado Kid.

Alizier-Coral by

Cindertrack, two-year-old bay
filly by Flocon-Old Mile by Hy Hyperion.
perion. Hyperion. As You Like Her, three-year-old
chestnut filly by Niccolo
Dell' Arca-Rosalinde by Bois
Roussel.
0O0
Entries for the one mile and a
quarter Panama Firemen's Corps
Classic (Clasico Cuerpo de Bom Bom-beros
beros Bom-beros de Panama) will be ac accepted
cepted accepted until noon Monday, Nov.
11.
The $3,000 added one mile and
a quarter classic is restricted to
racers In the second and third
series.
0O0
Many changes In the classic

program for 1958 that will be
favorable to the horse owners
have, been promised by Presi President
dent President Remon racetrack manag manager
er manager Pablo A. Thayer. The classic
schedule will be drawn up by
a committee within the next
few days.
0O0
Former Peruvian Jockey Rufi-

Panama turfmen for $1,000 cash

each. The animals are all off offspring
spring offspring of Yo Yo, a son of the
great English horse Big Game.
They are:
Yuyo, five-year-old by Yo Yo Yo-Pitonlsa
Pitonlsa Yo-Pitonlsa by Pin Pin II.
Yesero, five-year-old by Yo
Yo-Esparta by Millero.
Yucatan, four-year-old by Yo

Yo-Esparta by Millero.

Interested parties may con

tact track manager Thayer.

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KEARNEY, Neb., Nov. 8 (UP)
Authorities today ordered a men mental
tal mental examination for a man who
claimed he saw a spaceship and
talked with its occupants.
Buffalo County Attorney Kenneth
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was ordered to appear before the
county health board on the basis
of examinations by two psychia psychiatrists
trists psychiatrists yesterday.
The psychiatrists were reported
to feel that Schmidt committed no
hoax, in his way of thinking. How However,
ever, However, they re! used to discuss the
case, pending the hearing.
Gotobed said Schmidt, who is
being held under a mental illness
complaint and warrant, would be
permitted to confer with counsel.
Date of the hearing will be set
with counsel's approval, he said.
The county attorney said that if
Schmidt passed the mental test,
he would be ree to go his own
way." If he is judged insane, Go Gotobed
tobed Gotobed said, he will be committed
to an institution.
Gotobed said government ofi ofi-cials
cials ofi-cials discouraged filing charges in
such cases for ear that other per persons
sons persons might refuse to report signi signi-icant
icant signi-icant occurrences.
Struggle For Power
Inside Kremlin Has
Increased Tensions
I LONDON. Nov. 8 (IIP) For Foreign
eign Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd said
today a struggle for power inside
the Kremlin has increased tension
fnd uncertainty in the' world.
He warned that until Russia
proves it wanis 'd coexist with i
ihe West, Britain would reject -:
ny Invitation to a summit meet-1
v t because any surb meeting'
ciw wouW be ooomed to "i a i J-ure.-
Lloyd. SDeakins ta Commons.
Mid Britain, has hoped that the j

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Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick hard hardtop
top hardtop Special, excellent condition.
Low mileage, has many extras.
Can be financed. Call Fort Rob Rob-be
be Rob-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: 1957 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: 1950 Ford V-8,
two door sedan, good tires. Best
offer. Balboa 2474.
new canon
CAMOR) AO
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
Panama N. York Colon
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM XID0E
General Agent
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama ?-05S2
TRANSPORTS BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m.Vr- Phonoi2-245l,
or by appointment.
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
AMERICAN LIFE
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3IRMINGHAM, Ala.
For military and civil service
personnel only In C.Z. write or
phone for Information Phil Wel Wel-ner,
ner, Wel-ner, General Agent Phone 2-0700
Box 3114 Panama.
Britain Shifts Focus
Of Mideast Defense
To Southern Arabia
t AmAT XTrtir fl lTTP Britain
shifted the focus o" its Middle East
forces from the Mediterranean to
the Persian Gulf today.
Defense Minister Duncan Sandys
told 'Parliament Britain would
move its most imporiani jmume
East military commands from Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus to Aden in Southern Arabia
by April 1.
"The areas in which a limited
war is most likely to occur, if it
does, are the Far East and the
Persian Gulf," he' said.
Sandys also said Russia's two'
earth satellites were "telemeter "telemetering"
ing" "telemetering" back to Russia atmospheric
secrets of the highest military
value in the development Of inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental balistic missiles.
However, he said the Sputniks
have brought Anglo-American sci scientific
entific scientific cooperation to its strongest
point since World War II.
Sandvs said control or" British
forces in the Arabian Peninsula,
the Persian Gulf and Eastern Afri
ca would be shilted under the new
set up directly to London with
area headquarters in Aden.
The Middle East command would
remain on Cyprus, but Sandys
made it clear he considered the
Aden headquarters would be the
most vital.
sia would create a ''climate of o o-pinion
pinion o-pinion that would welcome coex coexistence
istence coexistence which would reaUy. be
peaceful."
But. he said, Soviet internal
struggles for power "have added
to- the uncertainty in the world
situation."
"There is still uncertainty as to
the Soviet Union's real intention,"
be said, adding, ""has there been
any change in the ultimate ob
jective of world power and world

Boats b Motors

FOR SALE: 20 ft. boat, cabin,
60 h.p. engine. Reasonable. 86 86-4143.
4143. 86-4143. FOR SALE: 14' (iberglassed
runabout boat 22 h.p. motor and
trailer $550.00. Phone 5-507
house 217 apt 8, Gatun.
WANTED: Air-condition unit,
25 cycle. Cocoli Barber Shop,
phone 3988.

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HICH FLICHT Words in a poem "High Flight" by a World
War II pilot best describe this beautiful scene caused by a pris prismatic
matic prismatic effect of the sun on jet trainers plastic canopies over
Hulman Field, Terre Haute, Ind. These F-86 Sabrejets truly
nave "slipped the surly bonds of earth and danced the skies on
laughter-silvered wings." ; ;

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Home Articles
FOR SALEl Mahogany' ; elininf
table and 4 chairs. $50.00. Call
83-2196, house 658-A. funin-
du. ."' .v:'-.. t
vis-I
FOR. SALE: Kenmere- automatic
washer. Phone Albrook 6222'
S75.00. .-
FOR SALE: 5, pieces sectional
living room furniture. Phone Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 5110.
FOR SALE: Rattan furniture 8
pieces' $70.00, good condition.
Ave,. Juan A. Jimenes, chalet
No. 13. TeL 3-1636.
Pope Asks Slars
To Help Campaign
Against Immodesly
J CASTE L RANnni PO Tt
ivov. ts (Uf) Pope Pius XII
urgea camoucs tola v to try to
win the siiDnort of "t lpat. mn"
film stars in a campaign against
imraouesi ana lavisM dresses.
In an address to leaders of he
"Latm union of hieh fahinn tha
81-year-old Pontiff said fashion
Was One Ol th fiolrts in wh iark
public opinion is most in need of
guidance. ; '.- -.
In view of the treat influence
07 stage and screen stars on tha
public taste it is .important' to
"win at least some of them to the
good cause,", he said. -. ;
"In fashions more- than' b t any
other activities, people want' -to
unKU, 111V fVfC SBIU.
'They do not lack critical spirit
as regards esthetic ,oj honesty,
but they are sometimes too docile.
sometimes too lajy" in making
usr of the critical 'faculty and
they at first aweptftrhatevef they
are offered, only to realize later.

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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Hotpoint automatia
washer, deluxe, 60 cycle, excel excellent,
lent, excellent, reasonable. Albrook 3115.
FOR SALE: Beautiful G. I.
console T. V perfect eenditien,
will trade what have you. Ama Amador
dor Amador 5198.
FOR SALE: American flyer
train set: two complete trais.
Many extras with plenty extra
tracks 15 15 13 Akee St. Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Phone 2-2652 cheap.
FOR SALE: Rotary white else-.
trie sewing machine; maple, ca cabinet,
binet, cabinet, al attachments; very
good condition. Call 2-2 Ml
Balboa.
FOR SALE: Two gardner Diesel
enginos, 6 cylinder, 57 brake
horsepower. Good operating
condition, low fuel consuption,
reasonably priced. Call Balboa
(2-1500) 8.00 a.m. to 3.00
p.m.
FOR SALE: 9 cf. 2560 cycle
refrigerator $35.00. Inspect un under
der under house 0588-A Bayano St.,
A neon. Call Tony Manp Balboa
2-2840 daytime, 2-4168 even evenings,
ings, evenings, v ..
FOR SALE. Special sale today
until November 30 an all our
many aplendared things, gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous Oriental novelties etc.
Lum's Ave. J. Free, de la Ossa
40 (Auto row.) Reduced 30.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"xl2"
xl2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $1230 per
thousand., Clayco tt Alfareria, S.
A., Via Espaft No. 37-40.
Phone 3-0160.
FOR SALE: Outstanding selec selection
tion selection of choice U. S. and f uropean
Christmas ornaments, decorations
and lights for homes,, stores,
clubs and organization. American
Supply Co. "J" St. 1 3-06.
FOR SALE: Rockers, love-seat,
wingchair, misc. items. Call Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 3280.
FOR SALE: Sacrificing) 4-deor
.Dodge Custom-; 1956 white and
ged with air; conditioning, lik
new (8200 miles), mink stele."
Fox ceoe.Jiat water boater, mil-
lows. Minn, m.r. iiwiMM Hu.i
set, curtains, paintings, golf
clubs, tire pumps, transitor ra radio,
dio, radio, rosenthal China, and miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous items. Telephone 3 3-6894.
6894. 3-6894. FOR SALE: Electric Dormeyer
Rotisterie Lewyt Vacuum Clean Cleaner.
er. Cleaner. Two electric clocks 3-7571.
Excellent condition.
FOR SALE: Piano; cub scout
suit; clothes; toys shoe skates;
Miscellaneous. 2308-B. Las Cru Cru-ces.
ces. Cru-ces. Balboa.
Gaillard Vins First
Debating Round
In French Assembly
PARIS,- Nov. 8 jCtiP) New Pre Premier
mier Premier Felix Gail'ard won his first
parliamentary victory today for
his 'crash program' to save
France's sagging economy from
disaster.
,
The National. Assembly quickly
approved, by a vote of 375 to 150,
Gaillard's request to borrow. 600
million dollars from the Bank of
France so his government could at
least pay its bills in the coming
months.
The deputies, facing the stark
facts of France's economic posi position,
tion, position, took only 50 minutes to de debate
bate debate the request They approved it
by rough'y the same margin they
gave the 38-year-old Gaillard in
Tuesday's investiture vote that
made him premier.
Finance Minister Pierre Pflimlln
earlier today told the Assembly's
Finance Committee that the trea trea-ury
ury trea-ury was almost bare following he
post-war record 36-day government
crisis. Pflimlin warned that the ad advance
vance advance was "inevitable."
The finance minister also said
that Gaillard's government would
ask the Assembly next Tuesday
for full powers to cope with the
srowins budeet and foreien trade
de iciU
The advanr anthnrivMl twfav
raised to an equivalent of $1,166, $1,166,-000,000
000,000 $1,166,-000,000 the total amount borrowed
irom tne Bank of France this
year "by the governments of Guy
Mollet. Maurice" Rnin-i.Minnnu.
ry and Gaillard. .'
It was the first stop-gap move
in Gaillarda all-out plan to solve
tha nation's financial crisis and
combat mounting inflation,
, v; 'ft
SOOth FACTORY OPiNItT
. 'SAnWaN. P. R. rnpwJovO
Luis Munoi Jfario Wednesday
opened the Puerto dice Cat Com
pany's factory here the ''SOOth
plant to come to Puerto Kico un under
der under the "bootstrap" tax concession
program. In a speech at the cere ceremony,
mony, ceremony, the governor credited the
-wogram with creating 40.000 new
tobs paying about SO million dot-1
ars year to local workers.

f Lesson
New Spanish course far English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking people at University
Panama from Novambar 12 te
December 20. Classes In the
morning an Thaesday, 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
seevretary's office.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers freteeea
Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
'Dunn. I ..y,-v.;,;-.
Spanish and international dances.
Guitar lessons for beginners. Re Registrations
gistrations Registrations on the 9th from 9:00
to 12:00 noon "Club Intarameri Intarameri-cano,
cano, Intarameri-cano, 5th street Meteneex. Mrs.
, Donaldson, Gamboa 441, Colin.
574. Classes begins- Noybmber
13th. ,- '

New Italian Actress Wont
Compete With Gina, Sophia

By GAY PAULEY
NEW YORK (UP) A new style
Italian actress is in our midst.
This one announced that h her
chest is flat, but the thinks her
acting will make her a hit with
U.f. movie-goers anyway.
"Maybe i 1 were a bigger girl.
it would he helpful," s a I d 24-year-old
Maria Landi. who's no
competition lor Gina Lollobrigi-
da or Sophia Loren in the mea
surements department.
"But m Italy." she added, "the
fans like Grace Kelly and Audrey
Hepburn. This gives me some
hope."
"FalsiesP That isn't the same,"
said the long-legged Miss Landi
who also happens to be one of the
world's highest paid fashion add
photography models. Sort of a
continental answer to Suzv Par
ker, the red-haired U.S. model
who s made a quick rise to fame
in films.
EYEING.. HOLLYWOOD
Miss Landi, who- dark-haired
and dark-eyed, has fust comDleted
her third, and she saaidibest sfilm
roethe love, interesttin the Brit British
ish British made Aprijss' the Bridge."
mow. sne saia, sne s eyeing Holly
wood. '
"But I have no ambitions to be
pin up type," she said. "I just
want to work hard and act... I
think you learn by doing. But I
don't plan to give up modeling
either'
Miss Landi is five feet seven
inches, barefoot, weights 116
pound and neasures 35, 22 and
Huge Water Mains
Burst In New York,
NEW YORK, Nov' 8 ,-OJP
rnree mige water-; mams hurst in
Manhattan during the night and
early morning.. Floods stranded
evening-clad patrons of the Metro
politan opera; trapped early morn
ing commuters in subway tunnels.
buckled streets and forced the
shut-off of water to hundreds of
apartment and office buildings.
Two smaller main breaks added
confusion for Water .Department
engineers but did only minor dam
age.
About 250 subway riders were
trapped underground for two and
one-half hours when the latest
break -flooded tracks of the Sev Seventh
enth Seventh Avenue subway, shortly after
5 a.m. About 15 refused rescue
by ladder and improvised plank
walk and settled back for an esti
mated two hours more waiting.
The break in a 38-inch main at
74th Street and Broadway s e n t
water cascading into the subway
and flooded track up to 86th
Street The street and sidewalk
caved in over the break and pave pavements
ments pavements were buckled and inipassia
ble for a block on eacb side un
der slippery mud.

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WANTED Experienced ules ules-man.
man. ules-man. Apply to "Muebleria Rat Rattan
tan Rattan Lux, Josi Francisco da la Os Ossa
sa Ossa Avenue (formely Nacienal
Avenue), Phona 3-1293.
SERVICES
3 -minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor Jj. waxing af
cart $6. Auta-BaAe, Trans-Isthmian'
Highway near Sears.
The bast dlnnara and drinks
are served in our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned teafoteria, grill and
bar. Hotel International "PlaV
aa S da 'Mayo.
FREE Taiavhion Pick -up and
delivery service during the month
of November. Phona U. S. Tele Television
vision Television Panama 8-7607 for fast
. aarvice. ;
35. At present she confesed, her
earnings as a model she accepts
nothine from less than San an riniii
tqp her earnings as actress. "But
it isn't lair to compare," she pro protested.
tested. protested.
Marl Landi was born Maria
Scarafia dalltrhtor nf zr, anoin.J
er in Turin. "My father had high
uupes ior me ana my sister," she
said. "He wanted tie tn ho
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tors. I would never have made it
...roy sis.ter is the brains of the
family. She is practicing in Tu-
rin."
MODE, ACTRES EASILY
She heramw hnth mnrfal
trpss easily, and almost simulta simultaneously.
neously. simultaneously. Her husband, who is with
an aluminum firm, was trans transferred
ferred transferred to Lnnrfan thnoo
Miss Landi, who. ad a little mod-
cis experience posed for some
fashion chntosranh. fnr ,Hiii.
er friend.
Her modeline-
I -B WV1.11
zooming ever since. She has been
a COVer Pirl. vtrtiigll,,
-; o-. every
leading glossy "magazine on the
vuuuuuu, ems), 9 one work for Vo Vogue
gue Vogue and, Harper'asBazaar, has
modeled for sftaliatt designers Si Si-monetta,'
monetta,' Si-monetta,' FOnjtana,, Faluani, 1 and
Puccv and Morton 1 Cavanagh, A A-mies
mies A-mies and Hartmeli In London.
Her neur mnlrte'vAl. ... t
of luck. For her anyway. Actress
Barbara Raree who 4.
ithe picture because of illness and
i? Koa le'eTer, auggested
she take over.
Atomic Accident
In Britain Did
No Great Damage
LONDON. Nov.- 8 'UPVPrlm-
Minister Harold Macmillan said
today the recent accident at the
Windscale Atomic Research plant
Wig "serious' but had nn "sioni.
ficajit," harmful consequences.
;e said the mishap, in which
an atomic reactor- became over
heated and discharged radioactive
materials on the surrounding coun countryside,
tryside, countryside, took place "during a rou routine
tine routine maintenance operation."
Macmillan based his assessment
of the accident on a reoort nre-
pared by a special commission
headed by Sir William Penney,
the man who made Britain's first
atomic bomb.
He said the accident was "of "of-course
course "of-course serious and caused disturb disturbance
ance disturbance to a large number of peo people."
ple." people." But he added there was "no
evidence that this accident has
done any significant harm to any
person.
Macmillan stressed that the ac
cident "has no bearing on the
safety of nuclear power stations
being built"-tn Britain. He noted
that (Britain" had built its nuclear
power industry "without serious in injuries
juries injuries caused -by radiation."
He said a. re view of the atomle
energy agency's activities and or organization
ganization organization had been touched off
by the accident.

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3:30 ,HOM VAHHTT SHOW
4:60 Bid Top
4 JO TRADING POST
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Athletic Club ........ 2 2 1 .500
Cristobal High 2 2 0 ,500
Junior College 0 3 1 .000
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Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
In prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographtc
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:

Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High 86
Low 75
HUMIDITY:

High
Low

95
71

82
77

96
90

WIND:
(max. mph) NW-13
RAIN (inches) .64
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors )81

SW-20
1.17

79

SATURDAY, NOV. 9

f-TECHNICOLOR!

High
4:22 a.m.
4:52 p.m.

Low
10:50 a.m.
11:05 p.m.

PRICES: .75 .40
- TODAY
1:30. S:20. 5:10, 7:05, 9:00 p.m.

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Gary Ness picked up another

Highlight Of Tight 7-6 Mud Battle

By TREVOR SIMONS ' i

Coming from behind, against a Weary ..Athletic Club eleven in the, fourth quarter
of last night's game at muddy Balboa stadium, the Balboa Bulldogs erased a 60 de

ficit and evened up the Season score against A. C. with a 7-6 victory,.

Balboa's vengeance was complete, for this was the same score by which'they
fell victims to the A. C. the previous time these two teams met. y

The Bulldog victory 'took some of the shine off the brilliant 83-yard run by Car
Tuttle from his own 17-yard line for the Athletic Club score for the night. The
Rams failed to covert for the extra point, and that turned out to 'be the margin pf
victory. ' .,.'' :; ';:

The Balboa drive begun in the

late minutes of the third period
and started on their own 41.. The
drive began fast with Charlie
French going to the 50-yard line

and Raul Barbara and Gary
Ness picking up successive first

downs.

After a five-yard penalty for
illegal formation and a loss of

another pair of yards when Mc McKeown
Keown McKeown got caught before he

could get moving, the Balboa
quarterback gave Charlie French
a neat hand-off and the Bulldog

halfback raced around the left
side of the Athletic Club line to

tlreir 20.

NESS WAS THERE. Gary.
Ness puts an end to another
Carl Tuttle try for first in 10.
(Photo: Bill Kirkland)

PAUL BARBARA stopped by Athletic Club's B. Fullerton after

a five yard gain In the last play of the first, half.

first idown for-Balboa1 over the

right side of the Rams' line.

. Deep in A.C. territory, the
Bulldog drive seemed to be
stalled, but on third down and
12 yards to go on the Athletic
Club 16-yard line, McKeown
lateraled off to Charlie French
who threw a perfect pass into
the waiting arms of Chuck
Douglas in the A.C. end 7one
to knot the count.

Gary Ness, taking a hand-off
from Tom McKeown, went over
for the extra point and a Bal Balboa
boa Balboa victory.
. With A.C.'s passing quarter quarterback,
back, quarterback, Bill McKeown, out of ac

tion because of a bad cold,, the

Rams shifted to a running game,

highlighted with. Cart Tuttle's

consistent picking- up of yard yardage
age yardage over the middle of the Bull

dog defense,

The Bulldog offense once a a-gain
gain a-gain centered around the elu elusive
sive elusive handoffs and fakes of quar quarterback
terback quarterback Tom McKeown and great
running by their speedy half

backs, Gary Ness and Charlie

French.

Paraiso Aid Club
To Honor Darden,
Morgan On Nov. 11

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The Paraiso Mutual Aid Club
will honor Canal Zone police
Chief B. A. Darden and A.L.B.
Morgan,,, retired Santa Cruz

school principal, during its spe special
cial special Veterans Day ceremonies
Nov, 11.

The non-profit 6ivic club hon
ors living veterans on Nov. 11
and pays tribute to soldiers who
have fallen on Memorial Day,
May 30.
Frank Burke, president of the
club, has announced that the
program vwill start at 7:30 a.m.
with a flag raising by Boy Scouts
and students of the Gamboa
School.
This .year's program will be
conducted in the Gamboa-Santa
Cruz community area.

A special train will arrive at

Gamboa about 8:30 a.m. a spe

cial delegation will meet moth

ers of veterans arriving on the
train.
After the train arrives, a pa parade
rade parade will assemble at the Rail

road Station and at 9:30 the pa parade
rade parade will begin, proceeding to

the school' ground
The program at the school

will commence at 10:00 a.m. un under
der under the chairmanshin of Miss

Violet Henry. The invocation
will be by Chaplain Davis and
the guest speaker will be intro

duced by Ellis A. Fawcett.

If rain interferes, the pro

gram will be transferred to the
local theater.

The paraiso Tennis club will

dedicate an exhibition game to
Darden, while the Gamboa Ten

nis Club will dedicate a tennis

game to Morgan, who retired

last September after 36 vears

with the Company-Government.

.TIEING POINT Charles Douglas makes Balboa's first 'completed pass a winning one as he
goes over from the three-yard line to score. BHS made the extra point to, win the attiet

JACK WINKLOSKY arrives to help
French, the Balboa express, is well
end run.

a teammate sure "Charlie
and truly stopped on aa

ADENAUER TO VISIT LONDON
BONN, Germany (UP)- West
German Chancellor Konrad Aden Adenauer
auer Adenauer will go to London Dec. 4 for
a three day visit with British

Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
and other government leaders, a

west uerman spokesman said to today.
day. today. Foreign Minister Hefnrich
Von Brentano will accompany Ad

enauer on the official state visit,
at the invitation of the (British
government. A few days after

their London talks, Adenauer and

Macmillan will attend the NATO

Council conference in Paris.

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STOPPING A DRIVE.-Three Athletic Club defenders arrived before a pass intended for
BHS's Charles Douglas.. Bill McKeown intercepts with Carl Tuttle and Don Gibbs on hand,
ready for duty. ' V ,-- ''yr' r ' ..-'"tt, 'v

LA Fergusbri Succeeds Late Wilson Crook
As Supply aha Employe Service ? Director

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DRIVING CARL TUTTLE goes for another first la
Franca, man. the defense, (PhaU: BUI iirkUad)

10 a Mike Crook right) and Charlie

The appointment of L. A. Fer-,World War, serving as a lieute-

guson as supply ana cmywyc
Service Director of the Panama
Canal Company was announced

yesterday at Balboa Heights by
Gov. W. E. Potter. He has been
serving as general manger of the
Company's New York Operations.
Ferguson succeeds in his n6w
position the late Wilson H. Crook,
whose death: occurred, early in
June. ' V
Since that time R. O. Thenault,
assistant to toe director. Jas act

ed as Supply and Emplyt Service
Director except for two visit to
the Isthmus by Ferguson when he

assumed the temporary duties.
The new director has beea with
the Canal orsanuation since 1953,

when he Joined the New York Ol-

fice as Administrator of the ca canal'
nal' canal' Procurement Division. He
was placed in charge of New
York operations last, April. 30,
1957. 4 - T
Ferguson is a native of Cleve

land, Ohio. He studied business
administration at Western Reserve
University, He has bad more than

IB years experience as an execu

nant in the Coast Guard, with du

ty in both the Atlantic and Paci Pacific
fic Pacific theaters. '.
He first : entered J government
service as a civilian in 1951 when
he was employed ia the Otiice of
Price Stabilization as a consultant,

later acting as director 01 con consumer
sumer consumer goods.- ., V .;''
Ferguson and His fanrily, Mrs.
Ferguson i and their two younf

children, returned to the Isthmus

this week, arriving on the Pana

ma Liner Cristobal Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. ) -- "' .-
. With the appointment of. Fergu

son to his new. position, 'several
organizational Changes, will be

made in the New York operations.

The chief of the Steamship Divi Division
sion Division will now report- directly to

NEW BORN VOLCANO
-HORTA. ..'Faial Islands Azores

(UP) A new Islet was rising

from the surface of toe sea today

amidst volcanic explosions less

than a week after another disap disappeared.
peared. disappeared. The Faial underwater vol volcano
cano volcano has gone into renewed activ

tive with such well known retail jiy and has hurled ash and molten

merchandising firms as the Hechtirock hiEh. into the air. In nearly

Department- Store in Washington, !a month of earlier activity, the
and Filene't branch store ia Ar-.volcano built a new islet which

lington, Virginia. hst week sank into the sea and

tie u a veteraa ml the last disappeared. .,

the Governor, and theo, Procure Procurement
ment Procurement Division wi'l become a unit
of the Supply and Employe Serv Service
ice Service Bureau. i v
; The. accounting office will conti continue
nue continue to operate under the e direc direction
tion direction of the Office of the Comptrol Comptroller
ler Comptroller in the Canal 2one. r ; ftv
With these changes. thee assist

ant, comptroller Ja New. York will
also. 4 unction -as .acting adminis administrative
trative administrative assistant to provide, liaison
and t to -coordinate -.work 'ft- the
three divisions there.' 4' 'i -, f
Both the personnel, assistant and
the safety engineer in the few
York Office will now report to
the Assistant comptroller there".
Household Goods
0 f J u on Peron
Go For $5,000 ?
BUENOS AIRES, Nov I fUP fUP-The
The fUP-The auction of ousted ex-President
Juan D. Peron's household furnish furnishings
ings furnishings setted only about $5,000 for
Argentina', the government an announced
nounced announced today. ;
Fifty-eight of the 70 lots of flat
silver, nigs and furniture of the
block were sold. The auclinnw.

refused offers totalling about t2.30O

for tse ether U lots.

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