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;:; i .;S.; -.Association f SsbT- .iayeU
,a v a Asking: $2750 v T t
"H1'5 V1 A loeal association of Prot I
J''"'-,! ' estant ministert on the Atlanp- Jf j
J if V"x "N "C' c side, the Atlantic Religious v fc 4, i J
Workpra. e Association Is dedi- r J -4j. I
I, ,V f v- ? I cated to serving the poor. Tn f t i --J Is ; 1 ' . f,f 't
? TS;' principal project requirin I 1 I t; 1' IM A ;
V ;-" -A I nnhiie financial assistance Is I I 1 f f -s mtTJ II 1 1 O
T? 'UV Christmas parcels to the poor. -KT
- ,:VJ r VJ Since the eginninj of this Tj
f i t." project in 1950, the Association
, V A has provided food for 6473
' l" Tx! V families. They hope to feed 7,1
Jn; 7 : f7 Ho Signals Heard L tv7V
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..hV" v'-v7 v7: ; 7-7V Sails Over Enaland A 1 1 1
. 4 1 A4 7 LONDON, N6v.f 9 (UP) A l- J V 'V lt ;
VV ; , v'; : s f lent Sputnik ir passed over X IH
-4 Yj P ;'wfc..v : -; 7 Britain early today but the Rus-
' -I J -V -X ' slans would not say whether its : ? ; 4 S t
1 m. little canine passenger, was dead. f L" A I
V? -:7r' J." VvV V' ( The half-ton ealth satellite W- ,Mf I
'4 X r VSL w.as seen by telescope M It hur- n, 2l
" v-'X o tied tnrougn apace over "" h,
v-' -: ; '"w -vstv -1 ,i east England on a line between f Vi
- 7 -"-,r, ; V' r' ."t X I' the isle of wight and Yarmouth. u f ,;!
' Thf 'wiMNEIC "lovely utbJa
v?urfn S B ieWrttiei-
and the daughter Tf Mr
: At J 'Som rPactiics Christmas Island
' LONOON, JNIov. .sfjUlf) British iciontistV hav' succeeded in making an. almost
co'mblotely "clean":r1-Domb, scientific sources Liaid today, ; i-" :f (- t
The Ministry ?f Supply announced yesterday that the: latest In. the current series
of British nuclear tests In the South' Pacific1; had been successfully completed arid tHat
"early indicatlon$ are that the
1.1.. ri.. J
it-was renaoi imnsu
Scientific ooservers saia ,in laui. uioi ui,ik
' have gone before, apparently exploded without scattering radio-active' fallout over a
wide' area indicated that-Britain's-latest H-bombs are, clean.!, -K -'
TheV can' thus' be used for 'tactlcal" purposes If need be, the sources said.,
"a ftoval Air Force1 Valiant' Jet.
bomber dropped yet wraay s
vmh Kdifvpd tn be in the 10-
megaion rangethe vquiyalen
of 10,000,000 tona oi xi
On 3-VecS Trial
Bus service for the residents of
Pedro Miguel iwgaav
r .n vnrrimental basis, 11
has been announced by. the Motor
. ircnnrtation -Divisions
Running on aao-minute sche sche-rfulethose
rfulethose sche-rfulethose buses which nornjaUy
JSrate bltweef the Sh.'er Road
i.xin.i in; Ancon and the town
f Gambba. will include the 'resi
dential section of Pedro Migue
In their reguls: run They .U
stop on Obispo Street at the; rear
of house 326. "-W :
-On Sundays and toDdays the
buses wiU run on a 20 mlnut
Schedule. -f .'"t-",
The new service, which is being
started at the 'request of the Pe Pe-Am
Am Pe-Am Miffuel-ta Boca Givic Council,
will be continued on the announc-1
ed schedule tor a inree-wec.i
Cin CntUnrA Road Y'
One-way vehicular': traffic
J northbound wil be .Tequlred on
s..;ii.wl UUhw.v Uimn 4h
Corozal Army Commissary and
Los Rios beginning at a.m.
. Tuesday and continuing (for ap-
" proximately 30 days, it has been
announced by t h e Engineering
. ana uonsuucuon eurau. -i.
quired to detour over B art h Road
and returB to GarUard Highway
at the Walker Avenue Crossing
' during this period.
The traffic restriction will' be
- necessary to permit the Mam
forces to renair
fTnontpsOh;' Que6a ,6t th Teeno Ball 7 Buthte. who was crovmed
at th Et-Panama Hilton, Is sophomor atgalbda H jh SchoDl.
- .i.'i' i' 1'1','T1.
fallout wiir again bs negiibie
tkatk tnunluafl tivilrnMh hnmh.
mow .,.vr. jy
Proof of the cleanness" oflng grounds In Australia have
the bomb was seen hi. the fact
that the area closed to shipping
for1 the--testa was reduced from
750,000 square, miles $o only 43,-
For nrevlbus tests much of the
South Paclfio around Christmas
Island has been shut off for fear
of the .bomb's fallout.
Canberra bombers: of the Royf
al Air Force -flew through the
bomb's mushroom "cloud within
a few minutes of the blast yes
terdav. collecting samples of the
air for testing.
The bomb droppea yesteraay
was. believed to be of the type
which Britain will now stock stockpile
pile stockpile for possible use by the RAF.
, Previous tests at Christmas Is Island
land Island and at the Marallnga test-
GZ School Children
Add Own Donations
To, Fund Collection
?A little known "but important
part of Ine uanai lom uniiea
Fund campaign is theleison in
civic aesponsibiuty being taught
in the Casal Zone schools this
worth. ;f v- '..(:
Teachers report an enthusias
tic response to the taken -collec-i
tioff of coins donated by the chil children
dren children to the United Fund which
they view as an important part
of a child's education in commu
Handled as aa eiercise in ci citizenship
tizenship citizenship by the teachers, the
children are urged to make their
contributions frem their own
allowances or money that they
earn themselves ab envelope is
provided so that the children may
give any amount they wish, from
a penny on up. -.So
far the children hare con
tributed about 150, but Fund of
ficials emphaaued that the school
collections were not planned as
means of rawing money for
United Fund, but primarily to
afford the children an oooorta-
mty to do their share lust asimversary, dui t-anama ax uie
their parents are doing a resrwn-1
ia-the Gaillarditible citizens of Hie Canal Zone
t Co mm unities.
' "Let the people know the truth and the
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been dfvarious' types of weapon
'Yesterday's bomb Is the out
come of previous experiments,
miormea sources saia,
In Cuban province;
Landing Rumored :
HAVANA, Nov: 9 (UPV-New vl-
rebel-infested Orients Province fol
lowing an apparent Janding at
Cayo Smith of arms or men to
aid the insurgents hiding out in
the Mistress Mountains,
Delayed reports said sporadic
shooting could be heard for more
than an hour late Wednesday night
along the Las Lajas highway at
Rio Piedras. There was no im
The discovery of two small land
ing barges adrift near the resorti
town of Cayo Smith led to belief
that reinforcements or arms Had
been put ashore there for the reb rebels
els rebels in Cuba's eastern mountains.
Heavily armed naval : patrols
raided and thoroughly searched
Cayo Smith and the nearby villag villages
es villages of La Socapa and Jucarito,
without announced result.
UN Anniversary t
Air Mail Stamps
Issued In Panama
A new issue of 625.000 air mall
stamps commemorating the 10th
anniversary of the founding of
the United Nations has been au authorized
thorized authorized by the Panama, Gov Government
The issue will consist of 500.-
000 6 -cent sUmps. 100.600 30-
c e n t stamps, 15.000 50 -cent
stamps, and 10.000 $1 stamps.
The order authorizing the Is
sue pointed out mat ail otmr
nations put out commemorative
stamp Issues on the tenth an
time was unable to do so; it is
therefore issuing the stamps no
I to honor the United Nations.
; United FunJ Agencies .T-: .1 amilft' Cftn7ilp7:
3. Atlantic ',7- . tdljlllO OnZfllL-;!
LONDON, Nov.. 9 (UP) A l-
ipnt. fimitnik II passed over
uHtaln nrlv t.odftV but the Ru'
sians would not say whether its
uttio Mn n nnssencer was aenu.
, rh half-ton earth satellite
w.as seen by telescope as It hur
tled tnrougn apace ovei
ct TPn tri nnH nn line between
the Isle of Wight and Yarmouth.
Tf Ptt.her th British Broad
casting listening post near x-ui-
don nor the Muuara vwt"w
r nfc rambridee heard any
lk "we ininic jniwiiiB wi'-rimitti-ni
"but that Is not
toav that tta batteries have run j
flOn, a Muuaru Bpun9"
sal, "xnere raigni pe
'He refusea to eiaooraie an m
"other .reasons" but tne.,y
ianma snsplf la.tlOn tnaC IBS'
.h .nnt.ainlnff ,the dog has
v. i alerted from they satellite
and the transmitter with it.
Placed Dn Display
n Library Museum
,A."number of Uems of historical
interest to Panama and the tanat
Zone ; are now on aispiay w
front lighted case at the Canal
Zone' Library-Museum in ,the
Civil Affairs Buildisg. :
The collection, presented by the
Isthmian Historical society, in includes
cludes includes such items as the deed
to the Old Hotel Central, a group
nhotoeraohs and newspa-
ni- riinnines. a model of the st
ss Ancon and a set of souvenir
playing cards with different Isth
mian scenes on each card. '
- rh isthmian Historical S 0
ciety, which was organized in 1954'
meets every otner mmuKiiBm,
October thrbugh June t the T1-;
vnti fin-dt House. Membership is
enmnnsed; of residents of the Ca
nal one and Panama as well at
the following honorary memoers:
Maurice H. Thatcher, only sur
viving member of the Isthmian
Canal Commsissionr Dr. Ricitrdo
J., Alfaro, former president of the
Republic of Panama; Juan Antof
nio Susto former archivist of the
Republic of Panama; and Eugene
Lombard, former Executive Se
cretary of Canal Zone.
Spmmer Bids Low
On Hew Lfahling
An 'apparent low bid of 160,000
was entered by L. R. Sommer for
the installation ot experimental
lighting at Pedro Muguel Locks.
The bids were opened yesterday
afternoon in the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights, Heights,-Other
Other Heights,-Other bids ranging from 163,
690 to 168,000 were made by the
Consolidated International E elec electrical
trical electrical Company Inc. of New York:
W. A. Rogers; Bildoo, Incorporated
add the Eelectrical Service Com Company
pany Company of Panama, S
The work, which is part f an
overall plan to increase the Canal
capacity and provide for sifter
navigation through the lock and
at night, will consist of tne removal
of existing lighting standards
and concrete bases, and the ins installation
tallation installation of new, standards and
Mr. Sommer, who made a low
bid on the locks lighting project
Friday, also made a low offer of
$30,000 on the installation of ex
perimental lighting m Gaillard
Cut.' Thi contract was awarded
country is $afeu
END GIF tHE LINE. -'.Three wnaway teegagcra.a ha. h,ad-be?iV
miss ten? for almost two weeks arrive at ft. Kobbe-bV "Army
plane which brought, thern back
puked tUP near the panama-cosia,
'Police. Shown left to right
Nadreau, a-Paaajna Amerlsan
3 Runaway Canal Zone Schoolboys
Picked Up oh Costa Rican Border
t f T h r1 e e American teenagers
whin claim thev ran awav from
home because they "couldn't
take it anv more" were return
ed to the Canal Zone by Army
plane from David today and Im
mediately turned over to pana-
jna police authorities.
w The trio, whose disappear-
lance was reported ,by their
frantic parents almost two
weeks ago, were picked up at
the Costa Rica- Panama bor border
der border by "Panama Natl onal
Guardsmen, climaxing a two-
. country police search of the
Zone and the Interior. I
.v;They were accompanied here
bv an Army Provos't Marshal
who" said he was turning them
over to Panama at Dollce reauest
for duestioning in connection
with "certain incidents" which
occurred while the boys were In
Santa Clara. House breaking
mav be involved, nollce said. I
' Meanwhile, tne urea teenag teenagers;
ers; teenagers; Donald Scarpaci, 17 and
Louis J. Nadreau' and Donald. J.
Winn, both 16, were rather glum
oh their return by Army DeHav DeHav-llland
llland DeHav-llland Beaver to Ft. Kobbe at
noon todav. v : '".
Nadreau was bare -footed, 'with
several band-aids protecting nis
toes. All three looked haggard,
but none, the worse for their
two-week tour of the lnterior of
Panama, c '
Their aim was to get out of
the country, and at least one of
the youths, Scarpaci, hinted that
he was unhappy at home;
Neither his rawer, nor a a-"a'reau's
"a'reau's a-"a'reau's were on hand at the
airnort. Botth -are Army ser-
Jreants. Only. Winn's father,
CAA employe appearea as kod kod-be.
be. kod-be. He lives in Rousseau. Winn
strongly cantioned his son not
to speak to the press.
"Lots "of little things have
been buildine up," young Scar-;
pad admitted, with a tremor in
his voice. wasni any one
thing in particular." 5t ;
He said the trio had been
friends before. They met' at a
ML Hone football game two
weeks ago, and "on the spur of
the moment aeciaea to run a a-way
way a-way from home., ... q
; Thev hadnt even planned It
the day before. Scarpaci said.
."It was aomeining mat just
grew on ns suddenly."
The high school Juniors ap
parently were, not aware of the
fact inai tney were oemg- turn turned
ed turned over to the Panama, Police on
their arrival today.
, "If I'm able -10 go back to
tchoot Tuesday,' said Na-
dreao. He lives at Ceee Solito,
and attends Cristobal High.
The youths hitch-hiked to Da-
vid, they said, without too much
from David. They had been-'
Kica ooraer oy rinnma
are:, Donald Scarpaci, Louis J..
reporter nd Donald J., Winn.,'
trottble, eating "mostly oranges
and bananas" on the way. They
each carried a change of clothes
In overnight bags. j
Arrangements were made 1m
mediately to have the trio flown
back Dy Army Aviation Detach Detachment
ment Detachment plane from JV Kobbe.
Thev were accompanied by MP
Captv Henry H. Cterecke from the
U.S. Army Caribbean's Provost
Marshal's office. He took the
bovs .'lnto custody. and was
charged with turning them over
to Panama after their arrival;
here. 't ,.: ..
He said he did not know the
exact nature of the charges if
fny, which would be lodged a a-tfainst
tfainst a-tfainst the youths, but only knew
they were wanted for question questioning
ing questioning In connection with Incidents
which apparently occurred in
Santa Clara. He had every rea reason
son reason to believe the boys will be
released after Questioning.
Scarpaci said today he wasn't
at all surprised that his father
didn't meet him at the airport
since he probably was angry at
He explained thavt his fa-,
ther had forbidden him to go
to the Balboa-Cristobal foot football
ball football game on the night be de decided
cided decided to leave home.
Sgt. Scarpaci apparently noti notified
fied notified Zone police to look for his
son at the came, which they did.
When they picked up the youth,
Irj the company of another
friend. Bobbv Wllmeth, they
called the aergeantVJbut Scarpa Scarpaci
ci Scarpaci never showed no at the sta station,
tion, station, the boy said today, and he
was consequently reieasea.
It;wa -that same night that
he talked to the other two boys
about running away from home.
Scarpaci aenior, who is attached
to Headquarters Company of the
.?V (Continued on rag. It)
Arraijan Tot After
Fall In Deep Pool:
Quick" action on the part of the
parents- and the Balboa. Firemen
saved the life o' IS months-old
Diomades Melo, who nearly drown
ed; yesterday noon when he fell
into a three-feet d-ep pool near
his parents bouse in Arraifan.
The baby 'was rushed to Bal Balboa
boa Balboa by the parents in a neighbor's
automobile and nrougni to tne
Balboa Fire Station where the
resuscitatof was used.
After a half-hour of treatment,
the child recovered sufficiently
to be -removed to the hospital
where his condition
was later re-
ported as satisfactory,
Pale-faced ex-cadet Cam ilo Gonzalez, 27, wept for
joy today as district attorney Francisco Alvarado Jr. ask-.
ed the jury to acquit him of homicide charges in connect ',
Hon with the assassination of President Jose Remon on
Jan. 2, 1955.
The prosecution had previously contended that Con- -azlez
was implicated in the sale of the murder machine machine-gun
gun machine-gun to apparently unconcerned defendant Rubn O. 'Mi 'Mi-roy
roy 'Mi-roy labelled by Alvarado as the sofe gunman. --
Alvarado said today that testimony of persons, other
than Gonzalez family now indicate he played no part in
the slaying. 1 -,
Women, spectators jn'the galleries, some with terrs
runnina from their eyes; murmured approval as Alvarcis
asked for the acquittal of. Gonzalez, who has been in j: I
since shortly after the assassinatibn,
" Gonzalez ..himself covered, his face with his arms cs
he wept- r ; 1 W
' Alvarado-masked for oonzalea
acquittal shortly after request
in the conviction of tne latter
former fellow cadet. Jose P. Te
Jada, as an accessory, 4 i v.
Called to the stand In the
first dramatic spot In the trial
since Alvarado started his
opening- address to the jury
;three days ago, Tejada again
'denied, that the machinegun
identified as the one used to
kljl the President is the one
he. r.onzalei and Luis C. Her-
h nandet, another ex-cadet, sold
f to Miro a few months before
Alvarado and special prosecu
tors Luis C. Abrahams and Ro-
mulo Escobar Bethancourt today
all received envelopes, brought
In by court secretary Jose D. Cas
tillo, which .contained cnain iet-
fters warning of death and disas
ter if the chain Is broken.,
t In addition, Alvarado received
knottier letter, in a smaller en
velope, which he told the jury
he was sure contained another
of the many anonymous threats
he has been receiving oy man
and by telephone. He put the
two letters aside without open opening
ing opening them.
Abrahams tore un the envelope
containing the chain letter and
threw It away before ) opening,
but Escobar read his, grinned
widely and placed It In his pock
Gamboa Plans Made
For Veterans' Day
Plant are complete for the ce
lebration of Veterans Day Monday
t Camhoa. arranged by the Pa-
raiso Mutual Aid Club, of which
Frank Burke is president, and
the Gamboa Welfare Coram mittee
of the Civil Council, of which
Sherman Brown is chairman.
The parade will -begin at 9:30
a.m. at the Gamboa Commissary
passing through Jordon St. and
will enter" through MeFarlin St
up to the school grounds, where
the program will be held.
- Those who will be' taking part
in the parade will be the Armed
Forces (.65th antiaricraft Artillery
group with platoon of soldiers with
national colors and color guards)
Veterans of Foreign Wars Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa Welfare Committee of the
Civil Council, Army Mothers, Boy
Scouts, Girl Scouts, Guard asso asso-cietion,
cietion, asso-cietion, "Firemen, Elk lodges and
Temples, Boys brigade and schools.
Preceding the parade, the fol following
lowing following events will -take pi
7:00 Flag Raising by the Boy and
Girl Scouts at Gamboa School
8:00 Assembling of groups for
parade, v,-.:,-..,-; "-'-l
Following the parade a Vete Vete-ran'a
ran'a Vete-ran'a Day program will be held
on the school grounds. In case of
rain it will be held in the Gamboa
' Ai' t'
j' 1 " C
" Attendance In the galleries wan 1
sua sparse, today. Miro's delenie
lawyer, Ramon Palacios, w
failed ta. appear, tn .court. ir. '"i
Nlay, showed up this orn.j
during-a recess v -
f The still-nehchalant SHro
wore a light grey suit for the
first time since the trial start-;.
ed. Up to today he had always.. I
worn a white suit. T
, Before the start of this morn- i
lag's session, Miro asked for and -received
from the clerk of the ;
court a copy of the Fiscal code'. ;
Some time after the session )
started he put on his glasses (
and pored over the volume while
Alvarado addressed the jury a-
bout Tejada.' -' - .
Alvarado had just started to
address the court last night a- 4
bout Tejada's knowledge of Mi-
ro's assassination plans when
the session was called until this '',
Yesterday Alvarado asked Wr f,
the conviction of Miro as the i.
sole assassin of President Remon, '.
and of Rodolfo St. Malo and Al
fonso F. Hyams as accessories.
Alvarado, hoarse from talkinz
and reading: from the record for ;
over 20Khours, asked and receiv-'
ed permission to have court sec- 1
retaries read the portions ot the
files he wanted read. t t
As he summed up the govern i
ment's Case against Tejada, -the ; ;-prosecutor
prosecutor ;-prosecutor continued to refer ...
frequently to the 46-year-old f
Miro. who faces a 35-year Jail r
sentence ii cnhvlcted. : ; "1
Alvarado said Miro toyed
with the authorities and had
members of the National' (
Guard and their Canal Zone
assistants dredging the Pani, t
ma bay off the Samto Dominc'
boat landing like "chfldren"f r-
the gun 'Miro said he, had'
thrown into the sea. The gun i
was later found in a closet of
Miro's father's house.- ,; s. :
The prosecuting attorney told V'
the jury he had good reasons o
arrest Miro's second wife, Mas f
dalena Herrera, and hla son, To To-mas,
mas, To-mas, "and even Berta -'Rovlra f
(Miro's first wife) on the basis t
of testimony given by Tejada. ;
Tejada's testimony was corro-' j
borated in every respect by Mrs. j
Miro and her son, Alvarado de- 1
Alvarado will continue hla j
summation this afternoon of the t
government's case against for- j
mer cadet Hernandes and Mrs.
Teresa Castro, who la charged
with harboring Miro and hiding
the murder weapon Immediately
after the assassination.. ;
Eisenhower Enters r.
For Routine Check
W ASHTNQTON, Nov. I- (UP)
President Elsenhower will un undergo
dergo undergo a "routine, annual physi physical
cal physical check- up at Walter Re-1
Army Medical Center tomorr- v
and Monday, the White Ec.
Associate White' House Pit
Secretary Anne Wheaton sa:i
the President -ill go to the ho ho-pltal
pltal ho-pltal Sunday afternoon or ear'y
evening, f he said he U1 ren- i
overnight and return t- tre
White Il:uv-e ITrr.day si::;zi?-
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER t. M5T
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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THIS II TOUK ypftUM THI KtADIRS OWN COLUMN
4.,v tfc MaM to an epen fa-runt fat raadara af The Panama Americas.
Letters ara received fiatahilhr and ara handled it a wholly confidential
tji If ran cenrribate a letter don't be Impatient if it deom't appear tha
, ateM day. Letters ara publlihad in tha ordar received.
Jj, Please try ta keep tha Iattan limitad ta ana Mfa (snath.
Identity af tartar writan it hald in strictest confidence
' ft Xkh Newspaper attentat no responsibility for statements ar opinions
Stressed I Iattan from readers.
THE MAIL BOX
GORGAS PERSONNEL PROBLEMS
" til wonder whether Governor Potter is aware ol the person personnel!
nel! personnel! problems In Gorgas hospital. If the personnel attached to
"' ank nospiiai are given a raw deal by their' superiors, their olt-
' tertreactlon Is likely to be reflected in their wort. This re reflects
flects reflects on the patients. That Is what is happening today in
Gprlgas. s ...
"Hit has been so since a man from the States, with no knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of canal Zone conditions at all, was Imported to fun the
hospital's affairs, in my opinion the methods he is trying to
1 adopt cannot be applied to government employes either in the
Canal Zone or the United States. There are too many touches
of totalitarianism in the methods.
- The man is only an individual, and can be transferred back
tn.kh states, but the hosDital is an institution and any harm
wrought Jy wrong methods cannot be so easily disposed of.
, 'Governor Potter, and Health Director Col Charles Bruce
should perhaps pay closer attention to the details of some of
th changes which are being made. It is a shame when em-'
ployes of the Canal Zone Government have to air their gripes
Snonymousiy in tne Mail Box instead oi having tne confluence
to take them to their superiors, knowing that no personal feel feel-nr.
nr. feel-nr. .in iKMim.' involved, and that their lobs will remain se
cure when the cause of the gripe i drawn to the attention of
whoever is responsible.
' vRight now, Just snow dissatisfaction round Gorgas and your
hum. i. onniren Hwaiinw it or bp s:one. Tnere's one leaving
every week. We are afraid to say anything or to trust anyone
lest we lose our jobs. .,
, 'These, are some gripes the governor may pay some atten-
tWhy have key positions throughout the hospital, such as
t Arfntinictratsn- rn nholished? The same applies to the
p. fimimi""", - .,,..
moce monaupr trie man who runs tne aifccnen. wiiu
nevt.9 We emniaven flnxlouslv wonder. Don't tell me it
ttavt.o Wa pmnlrives anxiously
Is part of an economy program. If the hospital can buy
two brand-new Cadillac ambulances, as it did recently,
and maintain an air-conditioned ward just for the big
shots, it does not have to abolish a position as important
as that of the administrative assistant.
Why did the present administration ereate high positions
of supervisory status, then hand them on. a sliver platter
to laoies -whose qualifications and whose date of service
MM- neithet to entitle them to such promotions? Did
1 th.i. v-iichnnHb Yiavm ianmithinir to dn with It?
Seniority and competence should not be arbitrarily ignor ignored
ed ignored Long-time employeswhose integrity and ability have been
uemonstrated in the line of duty, are being bypassed when pro promotions
motions promotions are in line. It happened recently to a man with 33 years
iiiithe same department. He was not even asked whether he
would consider, a, promotion- to supervisor in that department.
ufch procedures lower morale fast.
JThe fernihimsl, i, not abls to use, his pc4lpnfo;do
anything hditrikes W xancy. There .are .rules ,and reguta reguta-.Hohsevfn
.Hohsevfn reguta-.Hohsevfn hertust follow If he expects to he fespected.'nd;t
vsisi ruvwitmn wnv men Bnouia iiui iuuuiuuiwa
By VICTOR RIESEL
Put sway those road maps and
relax as best you can. It's going
to be a while yet' before you get
that three-day weekend. and
four-day work week. The odds are
heavy now that Walter Reuther
will light for a big cash raise for
his lollowers and not for the
w m r . t i.
many ui us usienea careiuuy
to every word of Reuther's 90-mi-nute
talk in Washington's Hotel
Statler the other day. We heard
him call lor the jailing of Dave
jtecK. we Heard Him denounce Pre
sident Eisenhower and "the men
of big business." But unlike earlier
talks, we heard no outcry for the
iamea du-nour week. Instead,
xieuuier careiuuy Duut a case for
a Dig casn push when he begins
uauung me auto industry in
Rtuthar doatri't fraquantly
ravarts himtalf. But this tlma
It appsarad cartain for ha wat
not talking to terns lunehaon
ociore mm were tne 400 men
who lead the giant Industrial U U-nion
nion U-nion Dept. of the AFL-CIO, which
is busier than an octopus in a re revolving
volving revolving door. To these men, most
oi wnom nave come witn mm
from the old CIO, Reuther spoke
upeniy ana wiui a compulsive can-
For these men are worried. Reu Reuther
ther Reuther reflected this uneasiness when
lie spoke o' "Dave McDonald'
steel industry" operating at only
oe percent oi capacity, and tex
tile not being normal for the
past 15 years. And one of his col colleagues
leagues colleagues whispered, "And the B
and 0 Railroad has? just this mi minute
nute minute laid off 2,500 men, reaching
uho me ioremen ana supervisory
ecueions ior me nrst time.
The tpsseh was a dsfinltivs
em. Tha man who listened ara
tha man on whom Reuthnr will
have to depend far national tup tup-pert
pert tup-pert whan ha hits tha auto In In-duttry.
duttry. In-duttry. And support they can
Why 4hen should his subordinates
wSally by the rules ahd; regulations? .
1 1 mihrask what gives with the case of a certain young
lady employed, by the hospital who lacks, competitive status
yetf In Bpite of the US Civil Service Commlsison on the Canal
ioiie has stayed In her Joh for the past three years or so when
turely there are other employes (heads of families, at that)
wrfc have long ago met the Civil Service requirements, have
Iom been waiting in the Of f icial Register, and who don't even
&w-Wffir:ump mis savored Utile lady. Ia someone
'ITHcteil of a?16t of -other personnel shenanigans pulled
at the hosnlUli hut wlU content msyelf with saying only that
fK affeihfrmofale Tof the employes who remain nurses,
S. a"UsVternes and everyone. Let's e how many ln ln-Smes
Smes ln-Smes the holpltal wiU be able to rope in next June. Under
nrdsent. conditions mighty few, I should imagine.
lit th Armed Forces decided to reopen Clayton Hospital it
would bfr a calamity for Gorgas. But it could happen, if some some-ihlto
ihlto some-ihlto irnotJione to raise employe morale at Gorgas
FANCANAL EMPLOYE SUGGESTIONS
With reference to J. R.'s letter (Mail Box, Nov. 5) regaraing
the Panama Canal Company employes suggestion program he
is certainly right abo the reason most employes have lost
interest. The general feeling is: "Why bother nothing is go going
ing going to be dona about it, anyway."
4 In most cases, after acknowledgment of receipt is made,
weeks or months later, the while thing dies. J. R.'s only error
was ta understatement; instead of it taking "four to six months
Jor the company to act on the simplest suggestion, I personally
know of several suggestions which were made a year or more
ago acknowledged to have "merit," but nothing has ever been
oneapout mem. rnuucj i
What A. Farce.
V Please forgive us for writing this letter to you directly and
asking such a favor. We have now formed our group called
"Nippon Pen Pals Club" which consists of many Japanese boys,
girls and adults who are anxious to correspond with persons
la foreign countries.
Some of us desire to know your people and your country.
Therefore we would appreciate it greatly if you would be so
kind as to introduce our group to persons in your country who
ars interested in the same subject.
We will be sure to reply to all the letters from your coun country
try country to our group, and we want to do our share towards
strengthening even further the ties of friendship between our
countries. Please forgive us the trouble we are causing you.
. Nippon Pen Pals Club,
Semba Post Office.
For this division of the" AFT.
CIO has $3,500,000 in cash and
liquid assets. It is the intellectual
counterpart of the old physical
flying squads which built CIO.
It has technicians and publicity
men for lend whithout lease to
other unions. It has an annual
income of $1,700,000 a year if
an or its 7,200,000 members pay
their two pennies monthly dues.
It was held 100 conferences In
the past 22 months. It plans spe special
cial special iparlsys in tlie nation'' big big-stes
stes big-stes eiUsu Soon it will-expand its
' 5Jitf It!
And. among these ;- technicians
will be-specialists in the greatest
concentrated television propagan propagan-dadwe
dadwe propagan-dadwe labor has ever devised.
This was revealed in a special
report by Reuther to the Second
Constitutional convention r,( k.
Industrial Dept., the third largest
in me worm.
There were mora dramatic mn.
ments elsewhere- in Washington
ever at the Teamsters headquart headquarters
ers headquarters where statements fall like
French cabinets, for example
so Keuthers report went virtual-
v uurepwiea. ut tftis it did say
"Wm k. ... .... ...
... ...... ymi TOId our
ttory on s national laval to a
nationwide audienee...The mott
!i? 'J "tS"Y? "mpHshino
thit it tnreugh televiiion, daeu daeu-mantary
mantary daeu-mantary films, lava 'aae-it-now'
ypa of program., TV tpott and
commereielt'-all ara effective
m,,n Jff setting over out mat mat-tage...TV
tage...TV mat-tage...TV it expontive, vary ax ax-pantiva...Tb
pantiva...Tb ax-pantiva...Tb Industrial Union
Dept. it prepared to contribute
itt share of tha development of
eld.T,m ,B m imporfint
Reuther mid thi. .i;
rL8i?r0iiect t0 reach the Ame-'
tiSStuFSS. omething labor
uvi 1 5 fi ore.
J5?ytter wa, FaUin? wr a na
t iP,g,na" drtv not just
to neutralize anger ovei some
corrupt labor chfefs, and not jSst
t.K iwto'try ind the Reou-
wul in urpnara fMaa
- ST- JT UI0
In Mew York
THE BROADWAY CROWD
JOE, DO NT GO
To Travel Programs" Mall Box, Nov. 6) sure, Joe Daly could
go It alone. He is certainly qualified. He has a fine voice, a
cleasant manner. 'and nice taste In music. He sounds like a
man who has mads good us e of a good educational and cultural
background. We like him, and If ever he goes commercial, we
nope it will be wlthir our toning range. But don't sell sam
Sam's absurdities are harmless, clever, and enjoyable. Fur Fur-tner,
tner, Fur-tner, they are intentional, which alone makes them immeasura immeasurably
bly immeasurably better than the unwitting inanities of some of the other
announcers' who aro all nice fellows, I am sure, and are doing
tnelr best, cot are just outclassed on this front There Is no
comparison, -c- 't v:
And now A word' for those of you who cant stand some of
r.e TV programs Nobody makes you watch them all. No mat
:? how many channels, are available; you can still turn the
- t otf some of the time and experienced TV. watchers usually
Pick out the onei you like, and watch tbeas. Somebody likes
others. Listen to the tadlo some onthe tune; it may be oldr
- i. oncd, tut it Is easier on your eyes '' ;.
Aid iin'iuentaljy, the Panama radi6 stations have some very
1 tetter-music profrrsms on a regular scbedule.
I 't'i have something for everybody. We like Joe and Sam,
. .r or separately. :;"
Su' inausinai was
"uvu iiiuhi. rnma wham a t
& tabor b.IuiiSn."in ,ue Tgh
To those of us who heard
him Reuther seemed to be storing
2 time's y WMk bright'
It Martha Raya, the Copa click.
secretly married; to tne expolice-
man. whose ex-wife named her as
the reason ior the divorce? The
star introduces him as "my hus
band". .Joanne Dru's latest merger-proposal
came from Del Court
ney. He pays half his income to
an ex-wife. .Reason for the de
lay m singer "Peggy King's mar marriage
riage marriage to : Andre Previn is the
large ahmony he pays his ex.
"My Fait1 Lady5 co-parent JA JA-lan
lan JA-lan Lerner's estranged wife i ac
tress Nancy Olson) may next wed
a, French barrister. .A show biz
personality is an important link
in kthe FBI's probe rf alleged pho
ny? votes to elect Hoffa. .Ginny;;
Simms simms happy with, Clyde
Hail. .The Marquesa de Porta
go (Carole McDantels of El Mo
rocco-Little Club-21 society) is Ha-
wau-bound where her new No.
man breathlessly pants. .Of the
18,000 guests at Mike Todd's par
ty only ten, sent him thank you
notes. .That affair will prolly go
down in Broadway history as the
party that threw Mike Todd.
Elizabeth looked more like
Queen in her royal robes and tia
ra than she does m mufti. .Im
pression at City Hall: "A conta
gious smile which makes her
beautiful. She looked like a young,
respectable married woman from
Westchester or Long Island shop
ping at tne 3th Avenue stores '.
.Don't miss the newsreel feature
showing her from the cradle to
the present. .Errol Flynn's un
happy experience with a cop in
H'wood is practically from, one of
his scenes in "The Sun Also Ris
es". .Johnnie Ray's personal ap
pearance tour added $425,000 to
his bankroll. . .Warner's will
spend two .million dollars to ad
vertise "Sayonara". .During the
filming of "A Farewell To Arms'
producer D. 0. Selznick's hair
turned snow white. .The Julius
LaRosas expect twinfants. His
wife has twin sisters. His grand grandma
ma grandma was a twin. .One of the best
known chorines hat her pals wor worried.
ried. worried. Allegedly on the "white
Vogue dotcribes Kim Novak as
a once babv-plumo ugly duck
ling, who has been .moulded into
an ice sculptured swan by her
studio." (Sounds like a horror
pichah). .Dennis King, an actor
40 years becomes a director. Hit
first staging will be the new
play, "Cloud Seven". . .Several
hucksters (ad agency people) are
backing the new Bal Masaue. .
Somebody gooft on the "Pal Jo- "Compulsion," has already at-
ey" album cover. .Rodgert and
Hart (who merely wrote the
score) arc not listed in the cred
its. .The evil looking man carry
ing a blunt instrument on the cov cover
er cover of Agatha Christie's latest
whodoodit ("Dead Man's Folly")
is Broadway press agent, Marvin
Frank. k .Australia is now the
hottest vaudeville country in the
world for American show-bizzers.
An act can tour 8 months (at top
coin) on the Down Under Circuit.
. .Sputnik ain't so hot. Joe E. Lew Lewis
is Lewis has been higher.
, ',' Geryajte" t.rrlng Maria
Schell) it oro of tha matt excit exciting
ing exciting Freneh importa tinea cham-
peanai,'! according- to locals who
witnetsed it abroad. Opent at tha
Baronet Nov. 4. . Smith and
Dale, tha great comics, have
bean partrwr for: 41 ysart. Soma
of ut have stan the act to many
timet wa can do it. .Sound A-
likat: "Till" and Joe Howard't
olde, "What't tha Use of Dream Dreaming?".
ing?". Dreaming?". .Dick Haymet' latutt
platter, "I'll Still Ba True," and
La Golondrina," M t x I e't
Horrvt, Sweet Home." Harold
Barlow made the adaptation. .
Pratley't "Jallhoute Rock" it a
rewrite of 'Hound Dog," both by
tha tame ladt. ..Tne R u n y o n
Cancar Fund received Itt 449th!
beqirast from tha estate of tha
lata Thomas F. Barton of Miami
Boach. .Many movie magt ara
reported away oft in circ. Soma
may resign.. .The price of pimien
tot It getting ridiculous?
Alwayt Be Nice To People
Dept: A few years ago a Chicago
deejay named Bill Schneider com
plained (over the mikes) that he
was out of cigarettes. An elderly
spinster (a shut-in named Jessie
Wilger) sent him a carton and a
friendship blossomed. .When she
died she left him $65,000. The will
is now up for p r o b a t e, (Say,
there! Got a cigarette?). .It's a
boy at the Ted Yates, Jrs. Pop's
Mike Wallace s TV producer,
Pretty Joyce Miles is one of the
dolls being interviewed to inherit
Edie Adams' role to "Li'l Abner'?
.Recommended for fun: Tomor
row eve's annual Newspaper Re Reporter's
porter's Reporter's Byline Bail at the Bilt Bilt-more
more Bilt-more Hotel. The money goes to
the Runyoa Fund, for which a
long embrace, again. .Milwau .Milwaukee
kee .Milwaukee star pitcher Burdette hat $50,'
000 from TV appeances, etc. .
Biz is so "off" at many East Side
places the owners are encourag
ing "discreet" unattached gels to
sit at the bar.
The fame. pf the best seller,
George Washington took the
first step toward establishing
an American military decora decoration
tion decoration on Aug. 7, 1782, when he
permitted his soldiers to wear
a heart of purple cloth for
unusually meritorious action.
This decoration was tha fore fore-runner
runner fore-runner of the preaent-day
"Purple Heart", award con conferred
ferred conferred upon members of the
armed forces wounded in to
tioa. The present form was
established oa the 200th an an-niveraary
niveraary an-niveraary of Washington's
birthday, Feb. 22, 1832.
CAST ILL A DE ORO
NEXT "EL PANAMA HILTON"
tracted an advance theatre ticket
saie or saoo.ooo. .The top five
longest running shows are doll-
sicais. -r air iady," "Happy Fel Fella,".
la,". Fella,". "Ahner 'Bells" and Hun t-
ing . .yuincy Howe bylines an
interesting piece about radio com commentators
mentators commentators ih Saturday Review. .
Review. .John Osoorne, author
of the hit,: Look Back In Anger,"
quit school at 16. He's 2f now. .
The October Song is "The Story
of My Life" crsnri tnn
wordage by Bert Bacharsch .
The sinful confessions in "Left-over
Life to Kill" (' new book by
Caitlin Thomas) make scandal
mags seem sissified. The author
if yn i nomas" W100W; V
Robert JEllenstslnj the'iadingia
'J?,' Wednesday--1 night's 'IVinchell
File is the 'soit 'of WeXvark's fpr
mer Mayor. .A tune that sounds
jukeable is "Alone.v It is record recorded
ed recorded by The Brother Sisters.
uaorga Raffs" recent articles
woman a prosperous friend, who
urged him not to be ta candid a a-bout
bout a-bout hit tint. ."What good can
it da you?" ha taid, "and why
ra you doing it?". ."I need the
money' taid George, "I'm get
ting $25,000". . "Don't U l
taid the friind. "nrf I'M i.
ha vo $30,000. Pay ma when you
can ..Daan Jennings (to whom
nan- conrettaei all) sends a me memo:
mo: memo: "Your numerous mentions'
contributed much to the tvecett
f tAi, R,ft' bn verag-
w nrrars a oay witn ys per
cant praite for hit courago'V v V
New York mag editors say Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm Muggeridge, tha London col columnist
umnist columnist (ha got fired for knocking
Har Ma jetty in thy same .ag),
merely anlargad -a oiec he wrote
montht bfora In a British wak-ly.
MINNEAPOLIS A lawsuit
which will, mean millions Ho the
school children of Minnesota
millions to eastern iron and steel
companies operating in Minneso
ta has just been decided by the
state Supreme Court against the
school- children. -;-.
ThU wr-lltt,. .rl.lll I. Mi.clt
ta, unearthed the fact that the ju
rist wno wrote the opinion, judge
uarence K. uagney, sold a 48-a
ere plot of land for an unspecified,
though reportedly large, price to
one of the mining companies ben-.
etiting trom the decision he
wrote. v ..- r
The transaction took nlace un
der unusual circumstances In that
ho Federal stamps were affixed
to the deed. This, is against the
law. The affixing of the Federal
stamps would have shown bow
much the judge was paid for the
property.""' ,: :.. t' -.- v
There were other unsual facts
Judge Magney retired from the
Minnesota Supreme Court in 1953.
He is no longer active, but is sub
ject to recall. ;
In the sprmg of this year he
was traveling in Europe-but was
recalled to Minnesota to handle
this vitally important case to de
cide who owns the iron, taconite.
and other ore beds under Minne
sota's, lakes. ..I ,r i ..
In a state which boasts that it
iy tha "Land O' Lakes" and in
which many ,of the 10,000 lakes
have ore underneath, this is the
most important decision in veart.
The iron and steel companies
ciaim mat tne. ore belongs to the
owners of the lake s h o r e ; the
state claims that the ore under
the lake bed belongs to the state.
it nas now called for a rehearing.
To decide this vital Question, a
retired iudie who had sold land
for an unrecorded amount to E
rie Mining Co. was called back
from Europe to. write the opinion.
His opinion upheld the iron and
steel companies, and the Supreme
Court adopted bis opinion., v
To get the facts I. first Queried
Ray Sjoberg; Recorder of Deeds
in Grand Marais, Cook County,
He verified the fact that C 1 a-
rence R. Magney had solt Lot 1.
Section 12, and Lot 4, Section l,
in Township 58 5 West a little
over '48 acres to -the Erie Min-
niag Co., on Sept. 29. 1951. and
that the deed was recorded on
Oct. 15, 1951. The land it located
near the town of Taconite.
"Are any Federal Stamps attack
ed?" I asked.'
"No," Sjoherg replied. .-
("Isn't -that unsual?!' .sf..'
"Yes, (the' Federal law reouires
$1.10 in stamps for every $1000
paid for the propei'ty,"
"What do you do when no Fed
eral stamps are attached?"
"I ask 'em for- the stamos."
said Sjoberg, "but tiiis was mail mailed
ed mailed in."
"Who mailed it in?.
"I've forgotten exactly,- but "a
lawyer in Duluto who handles
deeds" for these companies.
JUDGE' DECLINES COMMINT
I next; tried- to locate Judge
Magney, finally reached him in
"In fairness to you. I should
like to get your explanation of
why you sat on the Rabbit Lake
case" when you sold two tracts of
land :to the Erie Mining Co.," I
said. "Why were you called back
from Europe to handle this
"This case is before the court
and I am not commenting," the
"Do you wish to say how much
you were paid for the land you
sold to Erie Mining?"
"I have no comment."
"I understand s yon were paid a
very large sum of money, which
It why no Federal tsx stampi
were attached to the oeed?''.
, "I am not commenting.".
"You don't care to tell me how
much you were paid?" 1
"Th case is ; still Before ins
court and I am not going to make
any comment" fT''
WHO OWNED 111 MINING
I next checked ma WnrnV
mining companies in the Mines
ta Office of Mines and Minerals
. V Mil V. bMMIi CI11C .1. 1 II I f 1 V WIIIAfe
had paid Judge Magney an un.
recorded amount for, his land, is
cent, and Steel Company of Cans- v
da, Ltd., 10 er centB. .J,
The ore In litieatinn th.
Rabbit Lake chain I .found k.
owned by Youngstewn Mine,
v It is being mined h a
Smather, who also tervs as -a-gents
for Eri Mining Co; In rain rain-tag
tag rain-tag its taconite. This Indicated a
close working arrangement be.
tween Erie Mining, and the s Rab Rabbit
bit Rabbit Lake ore which the .Turto- i
ed should go to the steel compa compa-nies,
nies, compa-nies, not th State of Minnesota.
However, the trail it ....
closer. Youngstown Mines, I found.
1 100 pendent owned by Youngs'
iuwn aneei. ana l'UDe, which ini
turn Is 4 35-per cent ownder of E-
rie Mming. ?
Since Bethlehem Steel -own:
oer cent nt Wrl amM .u. t
ehem and Yeuncfatnwn ..
close that they are litigating with :
the Justice Desartment f m h.
right to amslgsmate,' this nails
Ene Mining as having a i direct1
pecuniary interest in the or un under
der under the Rabbit Lake ehtin. 1 5
Note Under- Minnesota? Usal
no judge hall hear a case s if ., t
litigant has reason- to believ ha
is biased or prejudiced, when an."
other judge Is avjllabl. Judge
Magney was called back from Eu.
rope to handle this case, Minneso Minnesota
ta Minnesota statute 542.13 also r specifies:
no iuage snau sit in any case.
. .if he is: interested, in its deter.
mination." Minnesota fecral vrrr.
dtntf Weidemann vs. Weidemann,
also states: "In the administration
of justice, it is not only requisite
that a Judge should her honest, tin.
biased, impartial, and disinterest disinterested
ed disinterested in fact but equally essential
that all doubt and suspicion tn
the contrary 1 should be jealously
cuarded against and eliminated.
Not onlv 4s it the duty of a judge
to render a righteous r judgment,
but it is of transcendent import
tance to the litigants and the pub
lic generally that there should'
not be the slightest suspicion a
to his fairness and integrity."
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Indians of the San Bias Islands.
of the changes that are taking
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cluded included in "Land of the .Moon-
Children," one, of the books
placed in circulation during tne
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rather a description of the per
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tionS" of author Clyde B, Keeler,
the topics discussed are ,cariDe ,cariDe-Cuna
Cuna ,cariDe-Cuna history, nfttive religious
beliefs, strange customs, Indian
medicine, Cun stories ,;'nd
chants, christian missions," and
education.' n f'
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The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the Library this week follows:
Non-fiction: How to write and
Sell Non-Fiction, Borland; Air
Force, Caidin; Gates 1 of Fear,
Conrad ; uTlie inexplicable Sky,
Constance; The Bill of Rights
and What. It Means Today,
Dumbsuldr The Compact Histo
ry of the? united States, Depuy:
Collected poems, Graves; Spring
In Washington, Halle; Child De
velopment, Huriock; The Kind
of Guy I Am, McAllister; Ras
cals in Paradise, Michener: Au
tria, Ogrizek; The Books of the
Old Testament, Pfellfer; Mysti
clsm, Suzuki; Building an Engl
neering Career, Williams;
Fiction: The Secret of Major
Thompson, Danlnos; The World
of Sue Wong, Mason; The Dog
wno woman t Be, Mowat; Those
Without Shadows, sagon; Rally
Round the Flag, Boys!. Shul-
man; voss, White;. Fairoaks, Yer
PanAm Stratocruiser Presumed Down
Between Honplufu and San Francisco
vyK SAN FRANCISCO. Not.' (tP)-Aoil1Ie -decked Pan American Alrwaye Stratocruiser
with 44 persons aboard was "presumed down" in the Pacific between Honolulu and San Fran
cisco today and a massive air-sea search was underway. ; -, .. i .
i p The four-engine plane was scheduled to arrive at Honolulu from San Francisco at .7:45
p.m' but early today In, San Francisco, Robert B. Murray, Jr., executive vice president of Pan
American's' Pacific-Alaska division,, told reporters: ..-:;'.;. ::.if:yy',
f. "We are now past the gasoline endurance point, and the aircraft must be presumed to
be 'down somewhere la tne Pacific. The -crew la experienced and well-trained and we are still
hopeful." ;,; -; .s?v;::'.,''r .v"' f :?''
the area; Surface i lng plane would have taken, but
Sfei DONALD L. DAVIS (left) of L Company, -20th Intantry,
has been selected to attend Infantry Officers Candidate school
at Fort' Bennlng, Georgia. He receives a few fine points on
the ancient and honorable art of inspection. procedure: from
his platoon leader, Lt. Doul ad R. Wong, who is a graduate
the school Davis wia arcena. Army rnoioj
L .-nrmrr mimi a ...i L' .TV I.
ORGANIZATION, SUPPORT for the Cnal Zone United, Fund
was yoted on the spot tliis week by the Canal Zone Society
of. Professional Engineers and a-pass-the-hat collection
came up with society donation of $31 during thpir bullet
and business meeting at theTlvoii Guest House: Shown pre presenting'
senting' presenting' the ccin and dollar bill filled envelope to' Philip L.
m'Va.A0 3S-V.rA.'v.-' ? ;'''t-;'vV;)-::-'-;'.--iV.Vv,o.-vt'.'.i;i''"li-''
Steers. United Func Campaign Chairman Is Richard Potter,
treasurer of the society. The engineers, Jn voting society
support, took note ofrthelMfc.that ai mem-,
sbers were making their own United Fund contributions in,
the organizations where they worked, and the. society's $k
gift was a group indorsement of the work of United Fund in
v the Canal .Zone.
I -' .'
' Ye wHI like rhe reveren
ormanr, me musK, '-v
me aeapet meooget
-the cordial welcome
In thi church.
MAKB ATTENDANCE HERE
1 A REGULAR HABIT
, JiHext T v AJml. BulidlBD .: t
V WILLIAM H- BEEBY
lUdl Servtc HOXO Kt.
V' Preach Christ
9:30SUNDAY.SCHOOL (CiasseMor zH ages) ,;
Are-your children among the 21,000,000 American
pagans? 21)00,000 children are in no contact with
church or, Sunday Schools ? they need .not- be
yours. Take advantage of our 'i departments' and1
40 workers the whole family will enjoy t.' .
8:20-TVOMORNINa SERV1CS I0U0
8 :Z0 Dr. EUGENE NIDA Bible Society
v . : Trae bible in ; UM tongues i
wjtv. TLim beebV
6 JO BAPTIST' JRAIJilNG UNIO
7:30"OUR No.;I xi-d
In the face of Russian's advance, America has s'
secret weapon which Russia will not use
, BELIEVERS. BAPTISM.-..
EVERYONE WELCOME w COMPLETE NURSERIES
Fray for BUly Graham Panama Crusade
Hits Union Busfers,
May Seek Mew Law i
WASHINGTON. Nov. 9 (UP)
-r Labor Secretary James P.
Mitchell said today .the adminis
tration may ask Congress to
outlaw apti-union activities of the
type attributed to labor consultant
Nathan SheffermaiM r .!: 1.
H ,tolt a iPew.. cooereqce that
"unaercover, nty -runioa i operas
tions,: which Seem to he a special specialty,
ty, specialty, of the Shefferman firm, are
reprehensible and should: not be
condoned by good management."
According to testimony before
the Senate Rackets Committee,
Shefferman, who has headquar headquarters
ters headquarters in Chjcago,,ha$ been hired
by various companies to discour
age unron, organizing in their
plants. At the same time, he
maintained a close relationship
with Teamster Union President
Dave Beck, :
Shefferman, described jby the
committee as a nolor.ous union
buster," invoked the Fifth Amend'
ment and refused t o answer
questions about his activities
when called before tbe committee
earlier this week..' :
mucneu gave no aeians- oi. wnai
steos he mieht wopose to curb
such activities. -But, he said cor
rective legislation, is under study
at the department alone with tne
"whole gamut" Of labor bills to he
presented to Congress next year.
He said the recommendations
would include a law requiring that
unions hold secret ballot elections
every four years.
If a union did not comply, he
said, it could be deprived of
National Labor Relations Board
services and punished for false
statements about the election.
Another proposal 0 u 1 d be
blackmail" picketing used to
force an employer (o sign a
sign a contract against its em em-nlovex'
nlovex' em-nlovex' will. This would not in
dude organizational picketing by
unions with a majority of workers
trying to organize a firm.
VIENNA (UP) Communist
Czech President Antonin Zapc-
tocky has "almost completely re
covered" from tne neari aiiaes ne
mrffered last Monday.' Prague Ra
dio reported today. The broadcast
heard here said the 73 year -old
president's recovery -is proceeding
without complications, me ramo
rpriorted him seriously ill Monday 1
and that he had been taken to the
state hospital for treatment.'
The plane; piloted by
George H. Brown, of Palo Alto.
Calif, carried eight crewmen
and 36 passengers, including two.
large families Hugh, Scott, Na Na-cy,
cy, Na-cy, Klmi, Bruce and Anna Clack
of Midlands, Mich., and .Robert,
David, Margaret and Judy Alex Alexander
ander Alexander of Los Gatos, Calif.
Coast Guard Rear Adm. Ste
phen H. Evans, who is coordi coordinating
nating coordinating the search' effort, said
''time ran out" after the plane
uaa been missing some 14 hours.
He Immediately .launched a
massiva 1 air. and sea search
which will cover a 100,00(J square
mile, area between Honolulu and
1100 miles .to the east toward
Coast Guard, Navy and Air
Force Planes from Hawaii were
pressed Into the search.
Fan American sent planes
from both Honolulu and San
Two submarines and eight
Coast Guard cutters were dls-
Capt. patched! to
vessels in the- vicinity; were alert
The Navy search rescue center
at Pearl Harbor confirmed a re
port that a. Military Air Trans
port plane spotted blinking
lights on the air route the miss
Hear Gen. Sverdrup
At Kbbbe Meeting
MaJ. Gen. L. J. Sverdrup. US-
AR, commanding general of the
102nd Infantry Division (Reserve),
St. Louis, Mo., was the guest
speaker Wednesday evening at the
regular monthly meeting of the
West .Bank Chapter cf the Re
serve Officers Association at Fort
Kobbe. : V w.
wno is atso cnairman ot the mem
bership committee, Reserve Offi-
rert -Aaanplatinn nf tha IT 5 annlra ''
of the national headquarters which
is fostering a change to the 20 20-year
year 20-year retirement law for Army of officers:
ficers: officers: The proposed change would
permit officers involuntarily re
leased from, service to gam retire retirement
ment retirement benefits without enlisting to
complete 20 years Of service.
The general was introduced at
the -meeting by Lt. ol. M. E.
Deerwester, USAR chief of the
Caribbean Army and Air Force
Motion Pieture Service nd presi
dent of the Canal Zona Depart
ment of the ROA, '
Former La Boca
,. Mrs. Angelina Nicholls, a 84-
year-old Jamaican ytho formerly
lived in L Boca, died at the
home of her daughter in Carras Carras-quilla
quilla Carras-quilla yesterday.
Services will be held at the
Panama. Baptist Church tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at 3 p.m.
Burial;:: will follow in Herrera
Mrs. ; Nicholls is survived by
her husband William, children
Winifred. Frank and Lena, and
A LOSING WINNER i
EVANSDALE. Iowa (UP)-Po-
llce Chief Clifford Schake was
fired Wednesday because he sup
ported Mayor Joe Homolka's op
ponent in Tuesday's election,
Schake took the news calmly, say say-ng
ng say-ng Mayor-elect Earl Brown's go
ing to re-appoint him.
search planes found nothing in
It was reported that the lights
may have been those -of a pass passing
ing passing ship. i -.;
The last report from the plane
came at 3:04 p.m. ; when the
captain radioed he had passed
the point of no returri,' 1160 Wiles
irom Honolulu. ; v ; ,i,
REACHES HIGH COURf
RALEIGH. N.C. (UP--Th. a'
of seven Negroes, each fined $25
and court costs for trespassing at
a racially-segregated ice cream
parlor in Durham, vN.C, has
reached the state Supreme Court;
The Nezroes.. one a MnrhnrlUf min.
ister, were arrested June 23 when
Jhey refused to leave a section of
the Royal Ice Cream Co reserved
CASTILLA TIVOLI AVE.
DE OBO MAIN STORE
- II: Ml, ,":.. i
.Jf V1V ; V
ii brilliantly clear a- v v ?
. softer most delightful
wtien jreu drink Burrouhs
straight mr mixed
DESTILERIA CENTRAL, S.A.
establishing operations in the Colon Free Zona has
Jrrimediate) .employment openings for the following
Traffic Manager Chief Accountant
Office Manager with Accounting (
or Traffic Experience
J, Executive Secretary
Pfrsons applying for these positions must be between
the ages of 30 and 45, have perfect knowledge of
Spanish and English, and no less than six years ex experience
perience experience in the positions here advertised.
- Applicants, for these positions must siibmit a detailed
' resume of their working experience and past posi positions
tions positions to Box 536, Colon, R. P.
. The Swimming Pool
Association of Curunduv
haa finished the project for
which H was erganUed and
will be desolved aa toon; as
all accounts arc cleared. '
; '.;;-- 'V'A
The persons wlng money
te the Association or having
claims against the Associa Associa-tie
tie Associa-tie Hare requested U con contact
tact contact Mr. Wa de Th am pson
TeL Jr?0S, P. O. Box 241,
Cumnda, prler ui Dec. U
H57. m ; '.'
, The Word of Christ is not only a command,
but a pattern for purposeful hving...It is
a Plan of Life that brings Peace of Mind.
-HgTf THOU SE
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
"Good intentions about 8. S. ara good if you take action
to come; Put aside that paper, morning sleep and other.,
things arid come to study the Bible. God's Word is more
timely than you think! Find out for yourself." :)
1 1 :00 'THE WORB WITHOUT WITNESSES" ,v
"God paUs men that they might tell others.. The failure
of many Christians Is the failure to witness. This is the
calling of every Christian. You are my witnesses. sa.Ul
jesus.I John 1:2. ; V :.:
6 :00 JET CADETS and YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
"There would be les ttinquency if parents cared more.
7:00-JS vTHE TITHE FOR CHRISTIANS'?
"Many people would' agree that the O. T. teaches the
tithe. Does tie N T. abolish the tithe? What i pro proportionate
portionate proportionate giving 2 for the. Christian today?,., -' ;.
NTJR5ERT EVANGELICAL FRIENDLY j V
y A GOOD CHURCH HOME
ana nis nappy
. musicians will
' play your
For' 9 ai'ulit to remember
with your family and
friends, visit our elegant
GRILLE -and, enjoy the
tiotic drinks prepared by
i i .
charcoal .. ;
. I J l .x 1
...AND SO DELICIOUS
as if praparod by an Italian Chef
VL time is short and you enjoy tasty food, die answer to
your problem is delightful Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Spaghetti
Dinner. The Spaghetti Dinner package Contains all the
ingredients, even the sauce and cheese. And the taste? .
nfflffll It is superb and really Italian in style.
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee is well-known for its great variety of
TUB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 195
J Box 134,
Try To Take Interest
in Tecnaigcr'sWorlcl 1
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Special Thanlcsglvlng Dish'
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You can narrow the distance
hstwee'h you and your teen-age
children if you are willing to make
the, effort to getxacquaintea wun
their world. -,
Here are a few suggestions that
will get you off to a good start:
If you can't learn to nice me
music they. like, at least to toler
ant of it. Just learning tne names
of the. latest idols and hit tunes
will keep you from ieeming to
speak from another planet.
Aeeo your criticism 01 meir
friends to a minimum. If you do
not want your teen ager running
around with a certain crowd or
individual, $ayv so and state your
reasons. Hut don't maKe a nami
of finding flaws in everyone your
child brings home.
If the biggest thing in the world
at the moment to him is his
scnooi s iooioau or uusneiuau
team, go to some of the games.
You'll be surprised at how much
it gives you totalk about,
DON' WORRY OUT LOUQ
If you are still using the "Do I
it because I say so" technique, see
if your teen-ager doesn't resent
QUEEN WITH ESCORTS Ruth Thompson is
JimmiP Dunn, chairman of the Teeno Ball, in
v ed Teeno Queen.
escorted by Governor William E. Potter and
her hour of triumph last night. Ruth was elect-
RUTH THOMPSON CROWNED TEENO QUEEN
AT GALA BALL AT PANAMA HILTON LAST NIGHT
. Miss Ruth Thompson was crowned Teeno Queen by Govem.or William E. Potter at the
- Twn. Rail at El Panama Hilton last night.
- a i .rnuiH nf teenapers and adults attended the affair, the nroceeds of which will he
used to rebuild and equip a clubhouse for teenagers.
Pettd At Cocktail
Party At Amador
The Charge d' Affaires of the
-Teruvian Embassy Dr. Jose Alva Alva-Nda.
Nda. Alva-Nda. Sanchez and Airs. Sanchez
"Ptll give a cocktail party at Ama Ama-,
, Ama-, dr Officers' Club on- Monday be be-'
' be-' tween p.m. "d 8 p.m.
; Quests of honor will be the Coun Coun-'sellor
'sellor Coun-'sellor of the French Embassy Mar Mar-tcel
tcel Mar-tcel OUivier and Mrs. Ollivier who
' iie. leaving soon to take up their
. new post in Peru and the First
Secretary of th Brittsh Embassy
. Fdward ifiiggs and, Mrs. Biggs
" ntio ire leaving fof long vaca-
Jio- Jb Australia' Mjs, Biggs'
tMr. nd Mrs.: Woodruff
- Announce Birth Mf Son
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Woadruff
,Tr. announce the birth of a ...son
' Timothy" L. Woodrulf III' on
'Thursday, Nov. 7.
Maternal grandparents are Capt.
and Mrs. .Robert hassler USN
(reO of Tampa, Fla.
The paternal granlather is Mr.
John Eastman Woodruff 01 Vero
Of Margarita Church
Plan Rummage Sal
inn iiunmiii c Ativiliavvr n-f ihn
Margarita Union Church is having been. displayed on
a Rummage Sale on Saturday,
Nov. 16,: at 8:30 aim, at the St.
Marv'a Church in Rainbow Citv
Mrs. J.W.B.5 Hall Is M chairmaa!
All who wish to. donate rummage
for this worthy cause, please
leave it at the Margarita Union
Church, or call Mrs. .W.B HaU,
Mr. Bob Sttwart
On The Coral Roof
Next Tuesday,, Nov 12, the
boa YMCA-USO will present the
fifth in the current Outdoor Ad Adventure
venture Adventure Series. Bob Stewart will
talk on the subject, "The Coral
Keei. at win show some unu
sual underwater color slides from
the Life magazine series "The
World Around Us." In addition to
this, Stewart will bring part of
his large collection of coral speci specimens,
mens, specimens, some of which have not
previously. The program will be
gin, at 7;30 p.m. and the public is
invited to- attend free ol charge.
iXlayton NCO Wives ;, k
HORI Bukinoss MMtira M J
4Th NCO, Wives Club of Ft.
Clayton held their regular month monthly
ly monthly Business Meeting luesday eve evening,
ning, evening, in the Ft. Clayton NCO O O-pen
pen O-pen Mess.
Hostesses for the evening were
Mesdames Katherine Counoyer.
Trudy Dykhuis, Mary Haywood,
and Rowena Scott.
New chairmen for the commit
tees were appointed for the next
three month term, as follows:
entertainment committee; M r s.
Edith Burch, hospitality: Mrs. Vir
ginia Mosely, publicity: Mrs. Vir
ginia Dorset, and Ways and
Means: Mrs. Florence Ryan.
It was announced that election
of new officers for the NECO
Wives' Club will be at the, Decem December
ber December Business Meeting, Dec. 3.
The regular Monthly Mornmg
CoHee for the NCO Wives' Club
will h held Wednesday morning.
Nov. 13 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 in
the Ft. Clayton NCO Open Mess.
The Social Program for the
month of November will be held
Nov. 19. This Will be the third
Tuesday in the month instead of
No more bother with tea bags or leaves.
Just half a spoonful of Nestea in a cup. Add
hot water. Tea's ready. A grand-tasting blend
of Pekoe and Orange Pekoe you'll love at
first sip. Never too strong or too weak. Simply
perfect every time. Top your shopping list
with Nestea this week. It's economical too
, Know It Ott admit wind trW.
"k f TW Ne.il Cmr lac, to
itmmmm m libit iem sradiict wkuL m
Yl "$TANT I
for Training Course
Two Officers and ten warrant of
ficers of the Venezuelan Army
were awarded certificates yester yesterday
day yesterday for the completion of a four four-week
week four-week training course in Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster storage and supply at Fort
The presentation ceremony took
place at the Fort Clayton Offi Officers
cers Officers Mess and was followed by
a reception and buffet given by
the USARCARIB School and USfi
Their training at Clayton includ included
ed included receiving operations in ghe
clothing, equipage and general sup supplies
plies supplies section, stock locating, cred credit
it credit documentation, assembling sup supplies
plies supplies for shipment, inspecting for
serviceability and packing and
Senior officer in the course was
Capt, Jose A. Rojas. The project
officer for training the Venezuelan
officers was Maj. Jenrs C. McMil McMillan,
lan, McMillan, chief of Quartermaster stor storage
age storage branch. j
KUALA, LUMPUR ,(UP)l3 The
government of ne wly. independent,
Malaya, today announced official
lecugmuun oi bi nations, including
Russia and the tiny republic of
San Marino; Six states that Ma Malay
lay Malay did not recognize were Com Communist
munist Communist China, Nationalist China,
East Germany, North Korea,
Outer Mongolia, and North Viet
authority lest it it isn't quite so
high-handed.,. Try talking things
over with him fimtfead, of, giving
him orders. ;V i;,' .,
Make his friends welcome in
your home. The more1? teen-agers,
you know, and the better you'
know, and the better you. know
them.the easier it will be to un
derstand your. own... . :
Don't keep harping or. how things
were when you were young. A
teen-ager's reaction to that kind
of talk is pure boredom, i w
Don't be forever worrying out
loud; A teen-ager's Heiense asalnst
a constantly fearful parent is to
not tell the parent anything that
miKni sian mm worrying.-
Army Target Team
louring S. America
To Return Dec. 10
The .radio-controlled antiaircargt
target team (RCAT; which left
U.S. Army Caribbean on Sept. 25
for-Ecuador, 'Brazil and Peru is
currently on the. last leg of its
After, (Successfully providing min miniature
iature miniature aircraft targets for Ecuado
rian and Brazilian 'AAA units in
practice firing, the seven man
team was scheduled to arrive in
Peru today (Nov. 9).
Members will remain in Peru
until Dec. 10 when they return to
Made up of military personnel
from the 38th AAA (RCAT( De De-achment
achment De-achment at Fort Davis, the team,
under the command of 1st. Lt.
Robert A.'Valverde, includes SFC
Charles D. Gilbreath, SFC Jacques
Hornberger, Sgt. Gerald D. Kines,
Sp-3 William A. Bord, Sp3 Wal Walter
ter Walter R. Barton and PFC Denis M
' By 6AYN0R MADDOX
NIA Food 4 Markets Iditor'
f Ijoolrmg for tome special recipes
to use in that Thanksgiving din
ner? Welf, ; how acout serving
this thicken liver Dale as an sd-
. . J .Y nAtf7lA f.AlllB' innrf': ivlth .nhftlaA
two 28sesttVand jSTvbSS iomrtrmlorX
enough, choose the latter.
It is always in better taste to
dress down than to be. over
Nov. 8 (UP)
Governor To Speak
At APRA Meeting
In Panama Tuesday
Gov. W. E. Potter will be the
principal speaker at ihe November
meeting of the Panama forge of
Association, which will be held
at noon Tuesday at the El Pana
ma Hilton Hotel.
Gov". Potter is ell known for his
advocacy of good public relations,
both for government and privzte
enterprise and all members of
APRA have been urged to. attend.
r WThnnvpmor An. on at 'tlLi out
standing public sneakers ot 'iAi
Isthmus. He recently returned from
am official business trip to the
United States --during which he
went to Kansas City, Missouri,
where he made a major address
before the Chamber of Commerce
of that city.
Of Wheat And Rice
Go Through Change
WASHINGTON. Nvo. 9 (UP
The production and trade patterns
of the world's two largest food
crops wheat and rice have un
dergone considerable change since
World War II.
When the war ended, the world's
Wheat and rice production was
low. Nations that had surpluses
sent emergency shipments to feed
hungry people in other countries.
Now. a dozen years after the war,
the world's crops at the two big
food -grains have not only recover recovered
ed recovered but increased by about 25 per
In recent years, the world's
wheat crop has run 7,350,000,000 :
bushels. The rice crop, on a rough
rice basis, has been in the neigh,
borhood of 4 billion hundredweight.
These figures are taken from the
Foreign Agricultural Service of
the Agriculture- Department.
The stepup in wheat production
has led to expanded world trade.
Wheat exports -worldwide are
twice the prewar level. The in increase
crease increase in rice production, how
ever, has not meant greater ex exports.
ports. exports. In fact, world exports are
only 75 per cent of what they were
before the war. I.
The postwar years have noted
significant changes in the trade
pattern for wnoat, koforo tHa war,
Canada was the' world's biggest
wheat exoorter. Canada now is in
second place, even, though the
volume of its wheat exports is
about TJ per cent shore pre-war.
The United States has moved from
fourth place to first. Argentina
P (L0VERBL00M BUTTER W
Fresh as all outdoors IMHHl
CHICAGO. Nov. 8 (UP) A
woman held a. news conference
yesterday while under hypnosis,
"It feels like pins or neeaies
sticking in me,: like when your
foot falls asleep, but it! feels
good," said Mrs. Nora Hughes,
26, an East Gary, Ind., housewife,
in describing her sensations
Mrs. Hughes has been dozing
in the ottice of Edwin L. Baron,
operator of the Hypnotism Insti
tuie, since monuay.
Today, Baron invited newsmen
to a novel news conference. Mrs.
Hughes began to answer questions
only after Baron told her she
could hear them and would be
able to answer.
"It feels like heaven, Mrs
Hughes said dreamily. 'Tve
never fe't like this before.
. Mrs. Hughes; a victim of in
somnia, once had to take seda
tives to get to sleep at night,
Since Monday she has been aver
aging from 20 to 22 hours in bed
each day. She gets up for meals,
but remains in a trance.
Baron will awaken) her tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow after a five-day sleep, which
he believes to be ; the. longest
trance on record. Baron said she
won't remember anything in including
cluding including today's press conference.
Baron said that' one hour under
hypnosis would be roughly the
equivalent Of a good night's sleep.
"Theoretically at least, Mrs.
Hughes has had the equivalent of
about 160 hours of sleep per day,"
Under tile trance Mrs. Hughes
has gained three pounds and
appears to "be losing a skm rash
on ner nanas
comes from San Francisco
-Chieki.:':LW-;fatf (One pint)
One pound. .chicken" livers, ,. 1
small whole onion, lstalk celery,
l 8mall bay leaf. 1-8 teaspoon
thyme,; ; 1-1 teaspoon rosemaryi
2 spngt parsley, 3-4 cup Cbablis
or other white table wine, or water
1! cup water or broth. 1-4 cup
soft butter or margarine," t Mble Mble-spoo
spoo Mble-spoo finely chopped green onion,
3-4 4 teaspoon salt,! Mt teaspoon
dry .mustards r,'''-.'' -. :-V'-;f ;
Combine livers with whole onion,
celery, bay; leaf, herb parsley,
1-2 cup wine andv water,. Bring
to a boil; then simmer until, livers
are tender, about 20 minutes.
Drain; chop coarsely', then put
through fine lade- of food chopper.
Blend with butter, chopped onion,
salt, mu'sfardv and tt noalnmg 1 A
cupwnir unui mixture is smoothJ
Add a little more win if yeul
iuu a uner paie ncore n S ce
Vered jar,'-several hours or over-l
nignt, in remgerat.or to blend
iiavors. serve wiia crackers ,r
Meek Mirtcfmea't '.' J.
: (Make tnotfah filling far on
thick Wnth () .,
; One-quarter Clip, currants,! 3-4
cup ugnt or aar raisins i cup
cooked prunes,, ? 2 ; large cookinc
apples, M-4 cup s diced .a candied
fruits, 1 teaspoon grated lemon
rind, l .teaspoon J grated orange
rind, 1-2 cup orange Juice,' w: 2-3
cup .'brown sugar (packed), 1-2
teaspoon ; auspice, 1-4-; teaspoon
sall 2 tablespoons, butter, or mar
ganne. 2Ci3r4r,-fq.;,::x:. 1
dram etiranf s and it
raisins. Cut prunes from pits mt
smalt, pieces, rare, core ana nice
apples, Combine: all ingredients
and simmer together 15-20 mi
nutes, until apples ire tender.
As "Kalian Aclresj"
Praised By Gronchi
ROME, Nov. 9 (UP) Attired,
solemn Ingrid Bergman, still
wearing Roberto Rossellini's wed wedding
ding wedding ring, .despite their legal
separation, was contrratiilatori tn.
day by President Giovanni Gron
chi for being "the bes Italian
She .carried the ceremonv ntf
well and said that her break with
the Italian film producer was "all
for the best." v 4
SCHOOL AID I FOREIGN AID
.GENERAL INFORMATION FOREIGN;
BUDGET AGENCY m
IMMIGRATION STATEHOOD POSTAL RATES
M'" Ol o
MINIMUM AGRICULTURE HOO
P!iBSl IO ACTON
EISENHOWER'S SCORE SHEET Results of legislation
recommended by President Eisenhower to Congress- are por- -trayed
above. This record Will be the keystone of political
controversy about the accomplishments or lack of them in'
Congress and in the administration.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carg
New York Service
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to Ner
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Sao Francisco f
. and Seattle.
SPECIAL SOUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA t
To New York and Return
To Lm Anselea and Sasi Franeiac an4
Retarnlng from Lm Angeles M S27I.M
To Seattle anj Setnrn KI5.lt
The SWedish-born movie; star
was dressed entirely in Wajk4t v
wnen sne arrived for the cere
mony at the Ouirinal P1ia
former home of Italy's king and
offcial resident of the nresldonf
On the third fineer nf hr loft
hand she wore her wedding band.
kjb ner leu wrist sne wore the
sentimental silver bracelet which
Rossellini gave her on the vol-
canic island of Stromboli,' where
their tempestuous romance flower flowered
ed flowered eight years ago.
A United Press reporter, th.
only newsman admitted to the
ceremony, asked her to comment
on her legatseparation yesterday.
"What can I say?" she re
"Are you happy?" the newsman
"Well, I have taken a very im important
portant important step, but I think it's all
for the best."
Miss Bergman received her
"David", the equivalent of the
Hollywood Oscar, for the "est
Italian actress'" lor her perform performance
ance performance in "Anastasia." The statue
actually was presented in August
at Messina, Sicily, but tonight's
party was arranged so that Presi President
dent President Gronchi could congratulate
her and the other winners.
Miss Bergman spent the after afternoon
noon afternoon in her Rome apartment pack packing
ing packing her bags for a flight to Lon London
don London Sunday alone to start a new
ANNOUNCES THE FIRSTSHIPMENTS OFV
II1GU GRADE BEEF
a in r n ri lit direct
tsy mi i r i c i vj n i
DAVID, CHIRIQUI CHIRIQUI-QUALITY
QUALITY CHIRIQUI-QUALITY SAME PRICES
7- ) V
--- llaTw it
and Australia are now third andH
fourta. -.' : . s '
i vlMlUi AMERICAN a AN INIltrtW' 7Ai n
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER I, 1957
(Church of Christ f
m, Burrow, Rvaneenal v
fcAUtOAi, OWL Balboe Road.
Services Sunday 16:00 am
tTOBALi, American Wf,
0 ijo sm.
, g;4& am
suiiaay School ii.uu am
. mSEIs wnnip .........
gromwwo--u lona,5,i;;. W:W .m.
rum baptisi church
alter HsigMa. C I,
3J Ancoo Bouiawd
Orawei B' balboa ,rlebP
" Phone balbo. 1727
WUUam- a Beeby. Pasta
Sunday Bchoot ........
Baptiat Training Union ....
Evangallitic Sarvlea v.
ftayaV Maating. Wadnetdiy.
M S Blbio Study (buia-
lian a Brotherhood lt
Monday tp nmntf
MUST BAPTIST CmWCJi
Maraarit Avenue at 6th utreai
.i.it.. Canal Zone
Kav. Wendell C ru,
Morning Worihip ..,.....
Baptiat fralning. Union....
Bvenine' Worship ........
Prayar Service.. Wednwdayi
W M.U. let at 3rd Frldaye
G.A.. B.A. Sunbeam.
h as a.m.
7:4S p m m-7:00
7:00 m-7:00 p.m.
, 7:00 pm.
' 4inAaA' :S
Captalr Mm. M. J Braal ? -m
ebiuur Street. Phone !t-iJU5-il:00
i:00 Sunday School.
1:30 SalvaUeo Meeting
BfCAJCB. l'r j
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Buildina- Ho 1080, Phone i 285!
II :04 Uollnew Meeting.
3:00 Eunday School.
1M Salvation Meeting
Envoy Mr. C L. Moseley
:00 ajiday School.
11:00 Koiinen Meeting.
8:00 Sunday School.
140 Salvation Meeting.
Senior Vapv end Mn. C. Moonaaiawy.
4th Straat. Phone: 38-743.
JDLOM THllUt STBEET
7 JO Salvation Meeting.
The Rev, Oscar W. Olsen, Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 3-1480 Church Office 2-3238
6:30 .m. Church School Free bus
service. Classes for all ages.
10:30 am. Worship Service The
Kxnanded Session for Nursery. Kinder
garten and Primary Depts. Church
time Nursery for children under 8 yrs,
6:00 pm, Junior High Fellowship
rosi nign reuowsnip.
7:00 pm. Senior High Fellowship.
7 JO p.m. Evening Service.
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
Church School, with Adult Bible
Service of Worship, 11:00.
Youth Fellowship, 1:41.
MsrgarlU Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore E. FrenkllB Pastor
Phone: Office, 3-X641. Ree. S-1498
. ... J.. a., .l.a.. ...
44 a.m. Church School. Bus service.
Clssses: nursery mrmign aauii aauii-..ia
..ia aauii-..ia m UMiln, Warxhln.
Niintn for Infants and small ehll-
llSr'p.m. Junior Fellowship.
.... V.ith T.llAWfhiB.
A eompl'eta srhedule of auxiliary ac-
... a, -ii as aaer an.
tlvmes ens smou
Her. WsTker M. AlderKm. Paster
Of : 6-470 Raa. a-160
6J0 am Sunder Betioel
nwriil Meattnaa and week-day eU.
ri'ia as ennouncad.
1 1 f If ISTHMIlMO tHW NOT jES::: 1 1 1 1 wMm
II .1- .'...I'. I ii sal v -v--
Church., of th aaey lalrht la tlit Caul low, aed towilRal elHee
.iVrL'dM WMrts l t'SsTtic
tliMt te wlinaa t ina aaw, :
' .tloM mHms houri of worthi 4 otliOf rol -othrHtofc
Mt a.k ,H writlnt by Wo4.U at tfc y
ST. MAJtrS CHURCH Balboa
JKy Uuwl 1ft (ft 100 end
"ASSJffs' Raturdar. 140 to 6J0
and ,7(00 .to SJO p.m. Thursday, before
First maayi i:v w a.w y
Miriculou Medal Novanai 70 pm
Catechism tliat eft lb IsOO
on Sunday. ....
High acnooi mtuvw
Sunday Mww SJ5. 7JJ MM
Holy Dav masses! lii am. and 6-00
"'Conlaulonat Saturday li0 to IKK) and
7: to 8:00 p.m..TDunaay oaia
Priday 7:00p.nt .
Baerao aavi M"."". i
OUB LADI OP PATIMA Cnmda
Sunday Ma- at t:00 am.
Holy Day Maw at :) p.nv
ContaMlQni: C00 to : V
urg7. . .. a.... a-u in
Sunday Mataaa at THW and (:U aja.
Holy Day Man at a-wi W-m.
Wakdav Maaiaa: . :00 a jkl
c"WonV. iturUy 140 to aad
CatMUm CUM I Sunday M to 4.-00
CoovaS InitrueUowi ttuwly t
ST. vnNCENrSpananU City
Sunday Massee: 40 and 8:35 a. m.
Holy Day Humi S and J
atlt mils oa Saturday the Me
6:00 and SJ0, a.m.) v V
Contemlona: Saturday Iflp to 6:00 and
1:00 to 6:00 P-ro. Duroy ww
Friday 7:so p.m
Cl.:- Lter 8:30 !?. on!
Catechlam Class: Altar 8:30 ma
ST. THERESA'S "CeeoB
Sunday Mass: 6:30 a-ta. v ..
Hnlv DaV Mass: e:w msa. in 1
Snig :30 a.m.
Catechism Oaatl I JO to 60 p.m. en
Conieesiona: aw j-
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA
- reran s-eiaTie- .
Prl. and Sat First Friday jaas: :00 a.m.
Holy Dap-Manaee. SiOB,.eJv to 6.00
D'w- '..-. K. J" t
-...!. ara aa anO .imo to
0,KuIoup Meddl Soyrtml Friday W
. -..... a.W m Jlunda
Celvajrt Glass) Monday 7 JO P-av s
'Sunday Mass": 7:00 am.
K.i'a 1.... S.tnrH.v 6:10 to 7:S0 0.m
Holy Day .aiasst one
i vint iviriav 60 a.m..
' g&Vt&S&lTm FEAST DAYS
sMd7 1 J. Jii....... Boty Communion
Convert wasei 1
a..... u.... !. BKW and 6:16 am
Holy bayldameat (:tt and S:0 am. I
and o:4S p.m.
ConfesslSnai Saturday 4:00 to S and
Miraculous Modal Woven I "odadayj
15 nd 7:00 pm. -m
Sacred Heart Novena: many :w
and Thuradaya .....
Catechism wasai unoj r
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at oaui
em. Saturday morning. I
First Saturday ueveuona w j w
of rtims-The Holy Bosary-SjOO a.m.
First Communion "fosWictions for ehil-
dren Monday and Thursday. 6:00 to
aavtaaMte avtiWtttl UJMTh A f arVlarA6bm I
Holy Day Masaaai :oo. :w earn, aao
S:cfaaslonsi Saturday 40 to 8:00 aad
1M to 6:00 pm After Rosary each eve
Miraculous Medal Novenai 1:18 aad
7:c.tC?W 6 JO MWen
First Friday ExposlUoa an Say eunnsi
tne school xeer.
rint Saturday I Has ai a:uo am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH ta Margartta
Cimil.a Tin aj zb1. 'aia Pa.
UUlluaj fliaaiax earva ar er-w
First Seturdey Mass 66
Weekdey Masses I .; su
Raumlav ... IM la. to IM am.
Mlraeulaus Medal Kovena 70 pm
Holy Day Massee: 7 J6 am. 6:15 pm
Confession ... 3:45 pm. to 4:tt pm
r-arisn ranuij noaai7 wa
Benediction isaj pm
Dlseitsslon Inquiry Group 7J6 pml
every Friday. I
1st Frig,, Devotion ... 70 pm.
1st Saturday Davotien k. IMsaj.
ST. VTWCBNTS Rslabew CM
Sunday Massees: 6 JO am and 80
Holy Day Mia in 60 am. aa 6 Ml
Confession! 4M ta 6 J6 aad IM to
IM p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Class: KM! am, as Sunday
Convert Cls Ovary Monday at 146
Miraculous aaeeas n evens i mm as
eart Novenai 1 J6 pm aa
tMMACVLATB CONCEPTION 6a ran
Sundav Mam t:l am
Haly Day Mast: IM am.
ConfaassBM 6 J6 to 70 p aa. a Bat-
itacnian. tias e-w v.aa a
OUB LABY OP OOS CnONSSa,
Sunday Masaaai 7J0 aad 8 JO am.
Kalybay alias; 6 JO am. sm SJ
tuifs lnn Saturday at 7 J6 am. tad
after aU esenlng aevonona ,
Baptiarae hy aunoantinant A
Miraculous Medal Noras I 7 J6 fxat
M8eerdhslaari Be ions I 76 am m
Sunday Scboatt 6 J6 pm aa) Sunday
RcUfioos tnstroctioe) Class far Call
in.. a a mm mm Thursday
Bllataua inarrucHon roe vovia. ivw
Tha kt Bar. S.
Tha Tary Bo. MaiMM J. Pt
aM.W 4: J
TBI CATBWBAt Of ST. tlWB
ii. IS Chich iKaly Co-l
man, Holy CommunloB l unw
:M (J Haly Coanaaunjaa.
SIm Holy Coiwnunlaav
am Maratat Prayat.
:00 Mls.da Mtodaoaiy rajara.
Chanh at St Aadxaw
Tha Bcv Wllliaii W. Baldwla,
Priait la Chart
Holy Communion t JO aja
Tamily Prayar and
riir3 Schsal J"
(Ala Holy Cemmunlea Bad.
5un4ay aaen monm-
?iz!25Z- a.r.v J. Saraaaa 11.00 a.nv I
1 i J n.lw. . W V
Chapel of The Oeed toeahard
TaVBev Claxeare W. liaye.
Prlatt ta Charge
g oo g.m. Morning Prayer.
(HA Eiiat Priday Month).
St. Slmoa'a Chttte
Choral Eucharist and Sar-
7:00 a m
6:60 p m.
7:00 p m
Episcopal Young Churchmen
Evensong and Sermon
6;00 a.m. I
Evening Prayer .. ; .... ....
Woman'e Auxiliary. Snd and
HoW Communioa I:!7.
Family Eucharist ;....... JJ m
OHice of Compline pm.
I I sinCA
. i saw. .Priest' m aia
""" ' :0a am.
Cr;Uon-a.;:...... U .-
Choral eucn.. WJ0 am
. .... IIMssM
Baiy swpwn! 'via ,.,
Evensong and Address
I nVn.ii'a Auxiliary
7 JO pm.l
Chspel of the Holy Comforter
rm. akirlar. Priest la Charge
rtmM.li af St Mara:
and Kraraa Blvd.
Tha Bar. 'a K. Baaow, Beet
1 .aa .. choral Eucharist
eaw a. vV
R Att Weatt,
F"eVt li Charge
R. Bsvid A Osberae,
JC a-m. Choral Bucharlat Sermon I
6:30 am. Wtans swpu.
S.00 n.m. Church School
iheid to Bulldink 131)
SM am. Youth FeUowsM
76 m EiawsBTig .and
M fXgSSWU d A)-
tor Guild Meeting.
Bt Panl'i Chart
IM fea. Lemaei B. th trjeyL Ree
a Tttal MM
The mn rna ss. am.
I ..,.. e,i.lnna1 at
Tprayar aad Churea
I ..2r!L hiv Baptism
I 1M Blma V asset
T a so am Help CsawunW
fji aT Evervrag Prayer aad Sanaesi
pm. JkVWIUJip rimrwm
niTTRSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
I a JO t m. Holy Cormsmeuea
i am) a.1"- saw
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THX-BEA
Colon. I ?.
(pppoalt Hotel Washtagtan)
Th, liev. Jasase Petal JFarsasy, Bsataa
The Rev. Baaxy A, Blah, Asrittaat
BUHDAY v ;
IM a.. Hsly Cast murtl set,
:0 am. Mamma Prayer.
:66 am. Choral Buchariat sad
ie:ae m, V". i
7 JO pm. wow pvsn i wt-
MONDAY. TUESDAY ft THURSDAY
640 am. Holy Cssnmunie. ...
7 JO am. Memtag Pvaysr. -,
S.-00 am. Evening Psayer. y:
S) EON LSD AY
IM Rlr Cesmnsilea,
f jo pm vS(n Prjjrer'tad
7 -a am. Momlnf Pryer.
40 am. Children 's Eucharist
6J6 pm. Bvemng Prayer.
6 JO am. Holy Cstmnunleav
ta am. Morning Prayer.
. m.mm tMIMS S...T.
PANAMA jUOXBICAM AN PflD
I W. Chrlatoaar'a CMta
17 lOtk fttraat Paraua Latavra
Taa Ba. Ctaraaea W. Bayaa,
Maat to Ckaif
TM Bar. Oataaaa A. CrafB
fl:M an. noiy cemmuraaa.
tt a.n. Bunf Buehartat and Bsftrian.
40 am Mambi Pray at aad Ckwtii
Ill 40 mm Holy Btptiam.
JflO mm Holy Baptl
I IN tJBV arm, wwwa
IMM Youth PaUavabl.
I arm Nun A vb
t a.m. Hory vanaiauo&
TM jb Cvanlna Prayar a4 BaUlat
a:0Q p.m. uirvr anonair aar.
1:M a.m. lat aad trd. tlnilttona.
f :a aJn. junior camuanuan
CBUBO OP TBB MAIABBNB
4U rraniipanl St. Ancon, C&
Bar. Ebaat O. Naliaa, rul
a oat a.llwa. f... TaL 1-MM
Sunday Sehoo :!
WoMhla Sarvlea : am
Yauth Sarvlea p-m.
Bvangallatla Sarrtta 1M pm
Prayar Sarvlea, Wad. ... I'M pja
CHUBCat OP THB WAZABBNB
Margarita School Cyranailua
Paatat Balph U Hyaaaf
Writol Box Mil Margarita. CI.
Sunday School : am
llArnlna Warahla 11:00 a.m.
Craning Sarvlea 7:S0 p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHUBCB
Panama B P. Mrd Straat Eaat
' gta N Bravra. Mlalilar
EMvln WorahlP '0
Sunday School "J0,?
,7. T:4B Attf
Hie Abaja. BP.
ifuti. TkiiHi4iM at 7:1ft B.m. and
i-nn twn Win Mamorlal
erruBcn op jesus chbist op
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mermoa)
rh.a.l an Balboa Koad
Prleetheed Meettni Sunday 6:M am.
Sunday School ; aunaay iu:u a.m.
Sacrament Meeting! Sunday 6:00 p.m
Relief Society; Tueaday 8:00 a.m.
' MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
?lophon Balboa U7.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11 :00 a.m.
CVBUNDO PBOTESTANT CHURCB
"A Warm Bsrtd Oniireh"
MUtoa BL Uldlg. ",nbi!r.iM
. Shin. Raa 13.7116 Of. 68-6106
Sunday School JO am.
(A cl.sa.ior every age)
ui... vrarahiB 11:00 a.m
Youth TeUowehi. J JO pm.
laahi WnraMB 7:00 p.m
Prayer- and Prafs (Wed.) 7:00 pm.
A ehuren auraey in prwyj.
OLM CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael Je Archangel
lata IK. wear nay I
Haw Eucharist! Sunday at
l JO am
Tuesday. Wednesdaye aad
S V1 a.m.
I Raenmant of Dnetlon (Healing .Bar.
l.iee) Find ftmeay eeea saonia
ths am. v.
Rt R T. James, a D. BUop
UuiIm devotion 6:00 a.m.
I ."".T.i Wonhla 11:00 aJ.
u riwl Strut
lurbantsaclon JO Carmen, Pans mt City.
iniormai iaiaa aw
" Celen. 6th tat Street
lllulj effn 70 pm
BETHEL MISSION CTTtlROI
Esnalaba St. Paralso, CZ
tUvaldaha ft Stewart Past Past-Sunday!
Sunday! Past-Sunday! 11:00 am. Warship Serwetw
?:0t p.M Stmday SdtooL
wSSSdayrTJO l&dwwaA Christian
ThUraaay: saw annm. nannuw.
Friday: 7 JO Women's Missionary Sa-
THB CHURCH OF COD
Mrs. Maada Hlsss. Paste
lundsy School .............. je:06 am.
luaraliiB Wanhls .., 11:00 am.
Night Servlse 7 JO pm
FIRST CHURCH OP OOD
Car. iaataiea aad Trinidad BM.
Ralabew City, Caaal Xeae -Rev.
Was. Livlsgstes, pastor
THB CHURCH OP OOD
TOM Eighth Street C1B
tta. A. W. Cnaaiaea. Paste
Sunday School 8:30 am.
Morning Worship 10 JO i
Night Sarelae YO I
lul.a Warahls IM I
Niaht Servioa 7 JO pm
THB CHUBCH OP GOD Bl Ahafe
'Meats Oscar Rdltth Bt.
Rav. Was. i. Jeans oa. Pasts
Sunday Schoo 6:30 am
Morning Worship loaj am.
Night Servics 7 JO ta.
CHURCH OP GOD CPeateeeetaD
Rev. B. B. W attan. Cerar
Phone 6-4M, Box 353, Gam bos
Caurehes at Paraito, CX. (Res. and
Mrs, Hsrmaa Ck Whytei. Colon, aj"
I (Rev. Fernanda Lorenee), Rio Abajo
1 inmm and Vfra. Charles Haynesl. and
ICatlvt (Rev. snd Mrs. Clifford Grooves.
I Sunday and wtakdaya
Diablo .Heights, CX.
. (near Dlaals school)
Rev. Carl V. Thaasssea. Minlata
Beox 16. Diabla Heights, CX.
Phesmi Heme, Gamsss 217
rlianS Bslkaa 4271
Sunday Sense) 100 am.
Watla Sauries ..I 11:00 am.
Yauth Service TJO pm.
EvangelistM semes ih am
CdnailTl Bible Stud
aad Prays Service ...... 7 JO pm
imtnTJ LUTHBRAN CrTURCR
Baihsa Bead ai OTicW Strssl
Rev Bsasrt P. Owselch, Psaas
P.O. Sea 666. Balboa.
Puaday Scnsot. Si we deaa 6JS am.
rMvtna Bai In IA:1 am
Hare Ceesaausiask first Sunday et the
Pat mar chapel of Our Saviour Bpl Bpl-aasel
aasel Bpl-aasel chapel 3rd St and Malended Ave.
Mr. EsfstM R. Dssser, Wa
. nway School,
Bible Clam 6.66 a
n. last Sunday ed
PENDENT Bitty NEWSPAPER
jria ilalrara Maara Bid. 7M-X La
Boca Baad. Balham. CX. BbM Mathaa
0arTl Priday. 1J0 pja. Saturaay
Sa aM toittngi fawlHi aarvltat
ijnVar Paata. Baaaa aad Btatiaiw).
r...Baa Kal Bhaartth laraaL A ra
ni aa Cuba and Mth Straai Balla ViaU.
Panamt City aamaaa a; wm.
MHiaViAJi aLIKMCa. calUMUUB
raral Church ad Chrlat. SdaiUiat. Aa
unaay llMi Wadnaadav M BJBV
Cioday Bahooi 00 eJ
teaTcaarca a ChrtM. aauaMat. Orlatohai
UtB Swaat BoUyai Hlibway
Sunday Sehnol OdW am
waadap 11:00 aa. Waaaaaaay SO p.m.
Posts and Bases
Sunday School ....
Churah-tlma N unary Schaai
Morruna Worship 10 JO
Thursday Evening Mid-Wee
Sunday anooi .,
Wehl Servlei Madden Wya 7:00
Worship Service. Rio Rata .... 3.15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 0:00
Soldier'' Fellowship Thurs. .. 7.00
Olllcer's Christian Union Thura. 8:00
unMi Aim man BA1B
kw wVai; tjo io:4?
m H.v.t. STATTrlH. itaamaa
Morning Warship XI ao
HBlComniunloie Plret Sunday
16th MD HEADpU ARTIES CJUPBL
(HolyCommunloa "riret 'Sunday
of Month). ,.
Naval Radio SUtlon. Summit... 0:00
Oatly Mas V.nl"i Vm
Sunday Masse. 7 00 J0
Confessions. Saturday ...6:30 J JO
Sunday Masses ......
.7:45 Jk 8:00
Saturday Masses ir'V
Sunday Masses :0
Monday Novene Devotions .. .. 7.30
Confesslona-Saturday.. 60 7J0
ALBROOK AIR FORCR BASaf
.rf.v u.ai ..................
ZZZTuZZ, ......... ? ??
i day Mi
U.S.' NAVAL STATION. Radmaii'
ALBROOK AIR FORCB BASB
FORT DAVIS ,
Sunday School Bldg. 253
KYBBWadnesday-Post Chapel 6J6
Choir Pracuce veunauj
Mrmnt Wohip 1J;
Youth fellowship, Sunday .... M
Bible Study,. Wstostday ...
Eimaas snnnni ..a .....laisasw
latdlo Chapel uuuo. m.
....... .aiirrnH. riM. Bala
U.B. HHViM. m.mm
skks. wamhia : :. UJO
EiinMati aranni ....iiitsi.
Hew Communion First Sunday
simuv Massee 7.4
6 .00 7 JO
am a It 8 7 CI Ann-fa Caca ftol
U.S. Hi VVI-. .ax
Duy Mm J.;
MIIMUBJ aw. -w AA
UIIU6J assiii i
.v rMHxtM awvlcaa are oenduet-
t at the Church at the Anunelatian.
Vi Beuurl. Porra Saa ft"
la Caleta, Panam City. B ana at
Ue Church af St Anthony. Avanida
u!iJ.i. colon. RJ-i on alternate Sun
days at 6:30. For further uuormauos.
eaU the Offie ed the Amy Chaplain.
Divine Service 11:00 am.
Youth' Mseting 4J6 pm
iwi. atudv and Pujer Service
7 JO pm
mmmMm alia Panaau
Pastor W. H. WsUer Tel. 26--306
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ki. Nuevs SA St between trd an 4tn
its. RI Abaja 11th Na. SI Gamaes
Pastor a D. WUlism -TcL MM
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Padre gal tt Nuevs Guarsra.
Pastor G. A- Jeffries ToL.M2tL
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ft. PAUL'S CHURCH
Commonclnl st T:M P-.Sul1-d6y
thoro will U Holy Confirms Confirms-lion
lion Confirms-lion st St. Psul'g Cnurch whoa
6 C8lS8 Cl 8BtWWS WU1 om pra-
sentod to Bihop R. Hebor Gooden
th6 Von. B. amnay, ret
tha Btrigh. Other 86rvieg, in.
eluding ths Euchtrigt, will b
hold gg ugusi.
Tn ..nlnnttclnn with th rlteg
ol confirmgtion, the Blihop will
Ingufurgte s weeK or mission ajr-
to Kaoin each night St 7:30.
T.V. W j
Tn tha mnrninfl. tneTB W1U
Unb rnmmuninn at 6 Snd 1:30.
The mis Honor lor ingse
will be the Vory Rev. Msinen j
n.l.r.nn nam nf St. Luke 6 C6
thedrol. Etch evenlm there wHl
be visiting choire irom ouec x.
Suhiapti far dlscourio hy the
r .. riii ha "What We Con Be
lieve Atout God?" "The Eternal
Church," snd "Cnrui sna m
rhurph." "A sane ADProacn vo
the Bible," "Our Ule of fti"
end "The Chsiienge oi cnrwiian cnrwiian-ity."
ity." cnrwiian-ity." Tnultatinne liava widely extend'
ed to parishioners and the general
public and it it expected mai large
congregttiont will be pretent on
Special meetings for women,
men and youth will be held titer
the terviceg on Monday, Wednee Wednee-dty
dty Wednee-dty tnd Fridty, respectively, "in
.Bishop Morris Hill, Ancon.
Tha mission will come to a close
tt the evening service of Harvest
Thanksgiving on Sunday, Nov. 17.
The usual three special services
will be held on that date.
et For Hoy. 14
Transrtions ire being made
for a variety concert on Nov. 14,
at the Jamaica Societv Hall at
p.m. by Talbert weets.
"Knnirs that, never Die" Is the
theme and will be presented by
popular musical and variety en entertainers:
tertainers: entertainers: Agatha Young, con contralto;
tralto; contralto; Val Reid, tenor; the VI VI-bertones
bertones VI-bertones quartet; Milton Corbin,
elocutionist, the Campbell Srstero
and many otners.
"Lemme See Yo' Tongue" is the
title of a humorous comedy that
will be preaented. Tickete are wide widely
ly widely distributed and ire yaiUble
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Br OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NBA Service
ft 10 4
ft A 10
West North Beet
Pase JN.T. Pats
Opening lead V K
mvi.va ta milts an art to fllse-
A Hvl V .
carding snd no one is better at
it than Larceny Lou. -pAys
hand shows him st his best or
wnrat. rianandinit on whether you
sympathise with his victims or
approve DIE eugceaaco.
North's Jump to thr no-
i aliffhtlV ODtlmlltlC,
He did held 10 points but his
hand was flat. However,
ny Lou's partners ars incllnea
to overbid because they rely ott
him to m" every wics
Waf nnaned the king Of
hearts. Lou looked over dummy
carefully before plyin -JJJ
first trick and noted that he haa
...... . i
little play ior w ..
tr. rmintjd one spade, one
Viaarf t.VA dlamondt and four
rxlubg. The only real hope for a
ninth trick was me jac
vsmmrtm and obviously West tat in
back of it witn we queen, u
and others. Maybe West could
k. naranaded to continue tne
hi that hit elan of campaign
ni.tsd iau slaved the
four from dummy, em aTVvi
the nlns and lou piayea
nil. siiav rsnresented false
. mm m-mj -tr
MNiina at its heat. LOU had Dull'
ed a double-erosi and had
false-carded a. an. mnsky-uin
per cent f bridge players would
nave oroppeo ui k"
wst studied the play.
nsrtnsr't nin could have been
singleton; n ,"J"
been from Jack-nine-seven
even ace-nine-geven. immuj
Wast rfsrtdad that LOU WOUld
Mr hava niaved the deuce
he held the seven. Hence, East's
nin irvit ciav had been a come-
on. west played a second heart
and 1ru haa ms oiau vru.a
IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH
On Sundav the nreacher at both
evening ana moraine Services will
be Rev. David Jemmott, r is tor oi
the Emmanuel Baptist Church,
Commencing it 3:30 a.m, .Sun
day School (For All Ages) will
meet under the directorship of
Mr, and Mrt. R. Humphrey,, fol fol-lowed
lowed fol-lowed by morning worship at
11 .DO i.m.
: At 3:00, the njssionary comet,
tee of the Emmanuel Baptist Chur
will be presenting (heir 1st mil.
gionary program, wnen Duuumg
Artiste will appear on, the pro program.
gram. program. The guest speaker, will he
Rev. Errol Palmer, ptstor of the
1st Baptist Church Chilibre.
At 6:00 p.m., the Baptist Train Training:
ing: Training: Union will meet under the
directorship of Richard McKin McKin-doo
doo McKin-doo Lively topics will be discussed
Immediately thereafter evangelis evangelistic
tic evangelistic services will begin at 7:30 p.m.
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SPUTNIK I! SIGHTED
WASHINGTON (UP ) Two
Navy Scientists who sighted Rus Rus-sii'g
sii'g Rus-sii'g Sputnik II' early Wednesday
said It had tne ongniness oi a
first magnitude ttir and wt
clearlv visible with Uie naKea eye.
The scientists, Dr. Raymond IL
Wilson and Howard M. Caulk,
spotted the satellite s it passea
over the capital area about I i.n.
Jan. 20, 1951
' Nov. 24
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER t. MS?
Hogs Cop Grid Title QniJCtyBptef 0 ver ; (EI
-j-" Bv TREVOR SIMONS.
Rallvina from behind in
football contest at Mount
' leqe Green Devils went over
itheir first yictory ot the 13
tbbal High School Tigers.
- ,It was not only JX.'s first win,
' but was also the first time tney
i? vere 'able to score tnis year a
5 gainst interscholasttc competi
tioniiThe- Tiger defeat eliminat
rt tWm from.anv hones of ty
ine Balboa for the interschool
4ltl and gave the Bulldogs the
sehamplonship for 1957, regard regard-'
' regard-' Hess of the outcome of next Fri Friday
day Friday night's BHS-CHS game.
w-The Tigers scored first last
''..'Ittlght, starting their touchdown
:. drive when Alexander's punt
from his own 21-yard line was
taken by Cristobal quarterback,!
' Wendy sasso and run back to
the College 31. Slowly but surely
Bioving up the line, the first
' raarter ended with Cristobal
v ickin ud the first down on
.,' i, From the 21 yard line, Keith
f Kulig hit Wendy Sasso with a
short pass, about 15 'yards
, 'from. the end zone and the Ti-
a-er Quarterback dodged and
weaved through. the Green
Devil defense, . getting good
blocking, and went all the way
for the score. Donald Hum Humphrey's
phrey's Humphrey's kick for the eiitra
point Was off to the right.
Junior College started their
first touchdown drive in the
i third buarter from, their own 20 20-yard
yard 20-yard line, picking up five first
idowns In the march to the Tiger
H W.Joe.Hler' &SlSld 'for thflc
sidelined most of the season be because
cause because of an injury, doing most
of the running, first to the right
side, then sweeping the left side
; and through the middle of the
Tiger line, the College drive bore
deeply into Tiger territory.
pFrom Cristobal's 13-yard line,
Cicero found a hole in the mid mid-tile
tile mid-tile and went to the four. Jim
' Morris picked up another yard
for the Green Devils and set ud
quarterback Jack Hammond Jor
CAP IT Ot 1 0
35c. .'' 20c.
The Man With A
with James Cagney
- Also: -JOE
with Audie Murphy
J; THUNDER ,.' 'VtVjf J
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. :h EVER v fiC?r
Id ACROSS iSr
$ ..""THE !"1V
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J. -00 p.m.
To Win 13-6
the final half of last night's
Hope Stadium, the Junior Col-
tor two touchdowns to scorer
season, i j-o, over rne uris
a race, around the left side of
the Cristobal line for the Col
lege TD; Hammond, handing off
to Jim Morris; who bucked the
left side of the' Tiger line, ac accounted
counted accounted for the extra point and
a lead tjhe College never lost.
College added another score
in the final minutes of the
fourth quarter to ice the deci decision.
sion. decision. This time the J C. offense
got underway on an intercept intercepted
ed intercepted pass, Lamoin Werlein haul haul-in
in haul-in r down a Gibson toss and
running along the sidelines all
the way to Cristobal's 26 yard
line from his own 35.
Jack Hammond, handing off
to Joe Oicero who swept around
'the left side, picked up a J.c.
ficat down on the Tiger 9; and
again Cicero went around the
right side to the Tiger one.
Joe Cicero took a Hammond
hand-off and going over Cristo Cristobal's
bal's Cristobal's right side of the line, was
over for the score.
Mendenhall's kick for the ex
tra point was blocked by Jon
McGraw, but the damage had
been done and College came off
winners 13-6 to give Balboa High
School the .1957 football cham championship.
pionship. championship. Onlv one eame remains .on the
Interscholastic schedule and that
is the Cristobal-Balboa contest
next Friday night,
Cristobal's only aim now is to
destroy Balboa's u n d e f eated
status against school competi competition
tion competition and score what would a a-mount
mount a-mount to a moral victory for the
It will be a rugged' Bulldog
eleven the Tigers will face next
Friday, determined to keep the
slate clean in regular Inter-
V C TO R
CAD A HIJO UNA
with EL Fernandez
- Also: -EL
GATO sin BOTAS
with Tin Tan
The Spider Returns
- and -SOUTHSIDE
; I MIDNIGHT SHOW! EVsnHssiVH
tmaBis I V
ELK v,vKM ; nu nihil '- nV ifJ irJ
, -'-'' Sr f: mi 4 i,MW Tjf.
BOWLING TEAM Members
hv nantain Albert W. Stetz.
ment. Members of the team
Captain Stetz, Sgt. Henry T.
Gallant Man Odds-on Favorite
To Win $75,000 Trenton Cap
CAMDEN, N.J., Nbv. 9 (VP)
Trainer Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons,
the "grand old man of racing,"
beat his rivals to the entry box
by naming Bold Ruler as a start starter
er starter in the $75,000 added Trenton
Handicap 24 hours ahead of
Now 83 years old, "Mr. Fitt,"
as he is known to the racing
fraternity, entered Bold RUler
in the "dream race" Thursday
while some trainers still were
debating whether to take a
crack at the rich purse.
The Trenton shapes up as a
three-horse race involving
RnM Ruler Round Table ana
reliant. Man but witn jueai
cate's defection, lourin mate
money became "loose." Dedicate
LOTTERY NIGHT 1
WHILE THE CITY
with Dana Andrews
W A K A M B A
60c. - 30c.
E E K E N D
R E LE AS
m i' ... I IT
of the 549th
Company bowling team show
comDanv commander. The
are, left to right, Pfc. Thomas
Headspeth and Sfc. Charles E. Mnnegan. (U.S. Army Photo)
pulled up lame following a work
out Wednesday and was with withdrawn.
drawn. withdrawn. Sam Tufano's Wise Margin, a
seasoned handicap campaigner
from New England, and Hoop
Band, owned by Mrs. Ada L.
Rice of Chicago, may also join
the Trenton field, If only to
pick up that fourth place mon money.
ey. money. Hoop Band has won five of 20
starts this year, including the
Arch Ward Memorial at Chicago
this summer. Wise Margin cap captured
tured captured the Pimllco Cud HandicaD
last year but has failed to score
in seven starts this season
As trainers had hangers-on
gathered about the racing secre secretary's
tary's secretary's office at Garden State
Park this morning awaiting the
official lilt of entries, Gallant
Man was established tht over
Veterans Day Handicap
Bowl Prospects Go To
Tiring Line' Today
By HARRY WISMER
NEW YORK (UP) Bowl pros
pects go to the "firing line" in
almost all of the big games in col
legiate football ranks this week weekend.
end. weekend. Navy and Duke, which both
have great ambitions in that di direction,
rection, direction, provide the top game in
their sector. We think the Mid Midshipmen,
shipmen, Midshipmen, hot from that Notre
Dame win; will beat the Blue
Devils, 14 to 7.
In the Big Ten at Columbus, a
major upset could occur when
Purdue clashes with Ohio State.
The Boilermakers are the "giant
killers" in the Western Conference
and they'll beat the Bucks, 20
Vols, Tech Bttl
Tennessee and Georgia Tech,
still under consideration, will pro provide
vide provide the top battle in their confer conference
ence conference and the Volts will beat the
Yellowjackets, 19 to 13.
Here in the East at New York,
Dartmouth will have little troub'e
with Columbia, winning 21 to
Princeton will taka Harvard, 21 to
12; Yale will beat Penn, 19 to 7;
and Syracuse has a touchdown
edge on Holy Cross. 13 to 7.
In other Big Tea games, Michi Michigan
gan Michigan has too much for Illinois, 19
to 13; Iowa will beat Minnesota,
21 to 14; Wisconsin over North Northwestern,
western, Northwestern, 21 to 6, in non-conference
rivalry we'll have a fine game at
East Lansing between Michigan
State and Notre Dame. We're
broadcasting that fame, and won't
select the winner.
Sooner Picked to Win
Oklahoma will come, out of its
cocoon for the Missouri game and
win, 21 to 6; Florida will beat
TODAY ENCANT0 35-.20
Ava Gardner In
"THE LITTLE HUT"
Pier Angell In
TODAY IDEAL .25 .15
Errol FTynn In
Abbott A. CocteUo Meets
won the fecent Army Atlantic
J. Brlssette,. Sgt,
night favorite at 3-S. Round Ta Table
ble Table was -the 7-5 second choice
and Bold Ruler was quoted at
In a nation-wide telegraph
poll of 55 writers, 28 selected
Gallant Man as their choice to
win. Fourteen favored Round
Table and 12 picked Bold Rul Ruler.
er. Ruler. However, the rival trainers be believe
lieve believe that "Mr. Fitz" has the
horse to beat in Bold Ruler.
"Mr. Fitz' horse has been def definitely
initely definitely underrated for this one,"
said Johnny Nerud, who trains
Gallant Man for Ralph Lowe of
Willie Molter, Round Table's
trainer, also fears Bold Ruler.
"He's a speed horse who has
a definite advantage in a race
like this," Molter pointed out.
Georgia, 14 to 0; Mississippi, an another
other another bowl-bound, squad, will nip
LSU, 21 to 12; Auburn will take
Mississippi State, 13 to 6, and
North Carolina State will stay un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten winning from William i
Mary 20 to 7.
In the Southwest ,ind Far West,
Texas Aggies will beat SMU, 13
to 7; Texas over Baylor, 14 to 7;
Oregon State will win from Cali California,
fornia, California, 13 to 6; Southern Cal over
Stanford, 14 to 12; and Oregon will
keep moving toward the Rose
Bowl by beating. Washington, 19
The professionals could be more
formful this week, Baltimore beat beating
ing beating Washington, 21 to 17; the New
York Giants beating the Chicago
Cardinals, 27 to 17; Detroit Lions
taking the Philadelphia "Eagles, 28
to 14; the Chicago Bears over the
Green Bay Packers, 17 to 14; the
Cleveland Browns winning from
the Pittsburgh Steelers, 17 to 14,
and the San Francisco Forty-Nin-ers
edging Los Angeles Rams, 35
FORT GULICK MEN'S LEAGUE
Fort Gulick's Men's Bowling
League began its second 16-week
round of play Monday night with
the addition of a new team to the
league. The Hopeless Five lost all
four points in their debut to the
The NCO Club keglers, who
walked away with first place hon honors
ors honors in the first round of play, lost
all four points of their opener to
the Pinsplitters. The Morticians
and Deadliners also blanked their
opponents to the tune of 4-0.
Don Myers of the Scrounging
Five rang up a 230 total for high
game honors. Pete Piotrowski of
the Morticians posted the night's
high series with a 602. Skippy
Finnigan of the NCO Club and
Piotrowski also broke the 200
mark, Finnigan with a 207 and
Piotrowski with a 224.
Scrounging Five 4 0
Pinsplitters 4 6
Deadliners 4 0
Morticians 4 0
jTwotimers 0 4
NCO Club 0 4
Individual tronhles and the team troDhv held I By
Company Level bowling tourna-
Frank D. Hamilton, Sgt. Howard G. Hansen,
Long Beach Open
Enters Final Stage
NEW YORK (UP) Ireland led
seven other nations into the sec second
ond second part of the three-day low
score competition challenge trophy
in international jumping at the
New York National Horse Show to today,
day, today, but Britain and the United
States were close behind.
Ireland won the first part of the
three-part competition Wednesday
night, and that victory, their sec second
ond second blue ribbon, helped the Irish
army team to the overall lead aft after
er after five events of the show.
Ireland has 45 points overall,
Britain 40, United States 38, Mexi Mexico
co Mexico 8, Chile 5, Argentina 2 and
Canada 0. In the three-day event,
Ireland, Britain and the United
States all had faultless first rounds
but Ireland won on a time basis,
with England second and the U.S.
lA Veterans Day Handicap
for fiflh series Imported thor thoroughbreds
oughbreds thoroughbreds will be the featured
event for tomorrow's program
at the President Rem on race racetrack.
track. racetrack. Six imported thoroughbreds
will match strides in the $500
six furlong, sprint. They are
Polo Magnetlco, Blue Sky, El
Agheila, Plbe Lindo, Alhajar
and Verygood. :
The owner of the winning
thoroughbred will receive a
beautiful silver trophy donated
by the track.
Members of the V.F.W. and
officials of the U.S. armed
forces will be guests of the
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP)-Walt
Byers, executive secretary of the
National Collegiate Athletic Asso Association,
ciation, Association, said today a committee
will be created, to clarify NCAA
rules on aid to nreo students.
Byers made the announcement
after officials at Annapolis admit
ted they might be breaking cur current
rent current NCAA rules by allowing prep
students to receive aid from Navy
Committee members for the new
group, set up at the NCAA council
meeting in October, have not yet
Naval Acadenfy officials have
appeared before the NCAA council
to discuss the problem, Byers
said, but "it is not a case of the
NCAA council attemntine to find
a solution for onlv one member
At Annapolis. Rear Admiral Wil
liam R. Smedley, Academy super superintendent,
intendent, superintendent, said the Academy was
attempting to work our its differ differences
ences differences with the NCAA.
Commander Marcv Dudtk iiM
the question involved nreo stu
dents at such institutions as BuHis
Preparatory near Annapolis.
About 90 per cent of the Navy's
students, he said, were graduates
of schools such as Bulks or the
Navy's School for Enlisted Men
from the Fleet at Bainbridge, Md.
Some prospective .athletes at
iBullis received aid from the Naval
Academy Alumni Association, Du-
pre said. However, under the
Academy's understanding of the
Athletic Club ......
Critobal J High
Junior College . .-.
Junior College v..'.M 13 0
Challengers In Quest Of
Another Shot at Patterson
OSCAR F HALEY
NEW YORK (UP) Archie
Moore, the Old Man River of the
ring, is bouncing around the coun country
try country today picking up soft touches
in a campaign aimed a twiping
out the remainder of his light
heavyweight challengers and get
ting another shot at heavyweight
king Floyd Patterson.
Archie, according to the record
book, will be 41 in December.
There are those who consider this
to be not only a strain on credulity
but also the understatement of the
Yet Archie has no thought of
calling it a career and, according
to manager Charley Johnston,
seems likely to go on fighting un until
til until he is 60.
Not Expecting Too Much
"Considering the type of fighter
we have around and about today,"
Johnston analyses, "that should
not be expecting too much from
a fellow of Archie's talent."
Meanwhile, it can be revealed
that Archie is not the poorhouse
case which, when he. was seeking
a shot at Patterson, he was sup
posed to be. That pose was all a
matter of economics.
"When we were after a title shot
at Joey Maxim, when he held the
light heavyweight championship,"
Johnston revealed, "they made us
put up a $100,000 guarantee,: Every
tima you try to Ret a Shot at
somebody who holds th upper
hand,' you've got to pay through
the jnostrils iNow,? if I J" say
so,:!th fshoeil ara on other feet
meaning ours.' V
Sou1 ancient Archie demanded,
and received, a $100,000 guarantee
when he recently risked his bauble-against
Tony Anthony. Archie,
as you'll remember, kept his clout clouting
ing clouting collateral by fetching young
Master Anthony a good night swat
on his glass chin.
Anthony had earned the dubious
pleasure of box-fighting Archie for
the title by beating Chuck Spieser
of Detroit. But come the latter
part of January, Archie is going
to give Spieser a shot at the sil silverware.
verware. silverware. This is not being done
out of sheer benevolence.
, e Price Sot High
The price, as for Anthony, Is a
tinn nnn guarantee.
But you cant say that Archie's
mouthpiece, Johnston, isn't help
ing to make it look luce a soiia go.
' ''Spieser has a lot of ability,"
Charley insisted. "He didn't want
to fight Anthony, wanting instead
to merely wait his turn at Moore,
and so he wasn't in shape for that
bout. He should be formidable.
So formidable, in fact, mat
Johnston is looking toward tne
time when Patterson will be
forced to invite Archie for a re return
turn return engagement.
'Eddie Macnen js ine omy one
left for Patterson to box," John
ston explained. "Archie, of course,
To Start Training
The champion Cerreia Bal Balboa
boa Balboa basebaU team will hold its
first practice session for the
1957-58 season at Colon Sta Stadium
dium Stadium tomorrow at noon, man manager
ager manager Leon KeUman announced
KeUman expects a full turn
out for the practice. The sea season
son season gets underway at the Na National
tional National Stadium Dec. 1 with a
game between the champs and
The Smokers will start drill drill-in
in drill-in r tomorrow morning at U
o'clock at the Panama. Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Football Results
Miami (Fia.) 40 Florida St. 13
Mesa College 38 Carbon t
Chadron Tchrs. 13 Wayne Tchrs
Western Wash. Collere of Ed. 27
Eastern Wash. College of Ed.
Bethel (Kans.) CoUege 12 Kan
sas Wesleyan 7
McPherson 19 Bethany (Kans.)
14 - :
Edmond (Okla.) St TS- Arkansas
grant aid to' a student but rt tt
not clear whether a group, such
as the Alumni Association, can
has knocked over fust about all
the other heavyweights around
After all, Moore has fought heavy heavyweights
weights heavyweights '75 per cent of the time in
the last 15 years. The light heav heavies
ies heavies didn't want anything to do with
him. So eventually they'll have ta
come to u again.? -I &':' i '-.
If this seems to destroy John Johnston's
ston's Johnston's early pitch on the Spieser
fight, you're right. But, as the
man explained, you can't expect
too much these days for a mere
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SfEFUL When Sally Kumpf watches Minnesota play football she looks for a lot more than
e average fan. For, s Mrs. Bobbr Cox, aha hangs on every move made by her husband,
All-America prospect -quarterback for the Gophers.1: 'It's either nail-biting or. smile. ;
" By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) hitey
Bimstein was standing in front
of Tommy Jackson in the barren
Polo Grounds dressing room
shielding him from boxing writers
who wanted to know if, the punch punching
ing punching hag Vith legs was still alive
after ;.Jt; torturours rounds with
He don't want to talk to no nobody,!'
body,!' nobody,!' replied the trainer, who
meant that the Hurricane was in
no' condition to talk to apybody.
Then Bimstein told hM" t dis dismembered
membered dismembered tiger to put dn his
clothes.- Jackson fumbled with a
thin cotton undershin. His hands
moved slawlyr grabbing if with
an exaggerated motion. He, was
like a drunk concentrating pn
walking a straight line. It 're 'required
quired 'required all he had- left-plus some
help '1 fcfc dressed.
Outside 'the Fold' Grounds,
Freddie Brown, Jackson's other
handler, chewed on' a cigar as
he waited for a cab. "Yes, he did,"
Freddie said. "Yes, he did. He took
a- lot of pretty good punches."
' With the veteran and hardened
Brown, who has been in onecor onecor-ner
ner onecor-ner or the other in, thousands of
fights, "pretty good punches"
means just what happened,: Jack Jackson
son Jackson took an awesome beating, and
s he .tried c to dress there was
every indication that, he was bad badly
ly badly hurt.
There wasn't a soul in the ball
park who didn't say that Jackson
should never again be permitted
to fight. Everybdy was fully con convinced
vinced convinced that the crazyquilt clouter
of Rackaway Beach had absorbed
; more punishment than the hu human
man human body ever was intended to
They were right, for later that
night Jackson had to be rushed
to a tpnf Wand hospital.:
Thiaf was only three months ago
ret Jackson Us going into- a San
Francisco ring for a scheduled 12
rounds with Eddie Machen, a stiff,
straight punching young man out
of Redding, Calif. The date: Nov.
There are no wails of official
anguish. There are no shouts that
Jackson no longer can hold his
hands up. Not a single politician
or political appointee stresses that
Tommy is just a poor illiterate
boy whom the other .feljow can't
miss and one night may walk into
something much more tragic than
oblivion. ;: i.
All He Asked
Was To Play
A college football career "started
and ended for Don Brodie .'the
same afternoon, but, 'it made a
lot of people happy; y v C -t
Too small to; take the punish punishment
ment punishment but with such a competi competitive
tive competitive heart that he endangered
himself! Indiana poaches feared
toX. play the five-tfoot-seven, 151 151-pouiid
pouiid 151-pouiid wingback. -i V
As ms father, Dr. Donald Brod Brod-ie,
ie, Brod-ie, an alumnus, and his 84-year-old
grandfather, 'Johu W. Teter,
who was a Hoosier halfback m
1899-1900, said: "Don would rath rather
er rather ait on the Indiana bench for
three years than play with any
other team." :..v"i. ,';':
, This was Bis third year on the
bench. In practice he hurtled his
mite-sized body at giants.-No one
, was too big, no soinj; too rough.
He loved football and' he1 would
not let the -lack of size stop him.
A student trainer, he helped the
squad get ready." for practice,
suited up, battled the big fel-
- His moment finallv came at
Ohio State.. On his first play be
outfought two defenders to catch
a 21-yard pass as the half ended.
In the second half he did it again
. with a 25-yard pars. He fought; field went tttreugh college (North, Jerdan uiivar mreatened to umc
for the last inch. Ticklers buried Carolina) on a pro-medical scho-tht T for the tingM wing H ony ony-him.
him. ony-him. Injured, he left the game. Irship...wil enter tkt Tennot-j thing happonod to him.M
"It wss jny unpleasant job to soo medical school in January. I
break his heart." Dr. Brodie iaid.i Red Grange visited his old men-
"by telling him that lie had a; The ultimate reproach: a fa it tor. Sob Zuppke, ill in Champaign
broken bene in his leg and he was .telling the referee after he lost ...recalled Zup s visit to the Notre
through as a football player." track of the downs vx the Williams- Dame campus aboti) the time
There are only press releases
and ballyhoo. M
But when Pete Rademacher, a
yjjung and strong ex-Army offic-
Being a starter with the prot-
fessionals in the ruggedest as
signment in football.. .We are the
kamikazes" says Gene Filipski,; a
veteran of the Giants' self -dub
bed suicide squadron that answers
the call ior kick-offs and punts,
both on offense and defense..."!
had rather play a 'whole game
on offense," says the ex-Villano-
van who flubbed a fair catch
before a horde of onrushing Red Redskins.
, - ; f t ,'p Ti
lt's what he gets for nodding
when Jim Lee Howell asked him,
en importing to th Giants, "You
like to tackle, GeneT"
Bear Bryant, coach of the Texas
Agiies, commenting wryly on the
lengths schools will go in recuit recuit-ing
ing recuit-ing football players.,.and then
have a kid like his end, John
Tracey, pop into school in a blind
Irishman who never played pre
paratory football and yet is,-according
to Bear, "the best ath athlete
lete athlete I have evef coached.",.. The
big wing even enacts the role of
a thrower in passing drills..."
The difference a year- makes:
Mickoy Mantle's off-tha field
earnings ($80,000 in '54) were cut
virtually in haV this season. p
Washington Redsking quarter quarterback
back quarterback Eddie Le Baron insists going
to law school nights at George
Washington University has maoe
a better signal-caller of himf.......
"Sharpens me up mentally," in insists
sists insists the Magid Mile, "and keeps
me alert."...Eddie's older boy, 24.
isn't quite sure what pop does for
a living but parades around their
Virginia neighborhood spieling,
"My daddy plays football and is
on telebishun every every Sun Sunday."...
day."... Sunday."... -: i--'-.- ..".;
Ed Sutton, one of tho
papoosos In tho nodskms
m iri.u.n 1
- v 1 i
, 'V'r Vj
jy ,, v. i
- Eddie Machen
pr. thoueht so much of his chances
asainst' Patterson that the raisea
$250)000 with which' to purchase
the crack at the crown, there
were more objections raised to
the Seattle scrap than there, are
t a trial of a labor racketeer.
i Governor Albert D. Kosehni of
Washington received protests
from United States Senators, the
World Championship Committee.
the National Boxing Association
and every state boxing commis
sion but his own.
Ratterman's courageous J and
dramatic stand left the bleeding
hearts with nothing to say.
New Hurricane Tommy Jack
son's blood bothers nobody, sim
llv liscause he is s'ill rated highly
officially as a prize lighter. Just
because he has the Ya'tin&Jt seems
that poor Jackson has to be
knocked out again to be;s definite definitely
ly definitely disposed of. '
This despite the. fact that the
four blocks which separate his
home from that of 'Floyd Patter Patterson
son Patterson in St. Albans,L'cngwIsland, is
as close as haould be allowed
to get to another pastlngiV i
Patterson, in fact,, probably put
VThey shouldn't make matches
for him,'' the champion ; said.
if They should teach him to, de de-fend
fend de-fend himself first. He does not
even, know how to hold up iis
The Machen-Jackson match
further illustrates that the basic
principles of the humane society
have, not yet been discovered 1y
people in the boxing business who
think only of making a fast
Tufts deadlock and cost Williams
a possible winning touchdown:
"We're awfully sorry you slept
throughout 4he game..,hecause you
missed a helluva fourth quarter."
The disappointing shewing ef
one of the touted Southern ele-
vena can Mi. raced to rameur.
the quarterback get i, tse bad
he couldn't remember th signals.
Biggest trouble- the Irish have
with Bronko Nagurski, Jr. .. is
keeping him from getting scrat scratches
ches scratches on his hands... seems the big
Notre Dame tackle is sensitive to
dirt.. .fine coach Bill Fischer was
describing the defensive differ difference
ence difference in Notre Dame's line this
year: "Last season they were
hit and shoved, to the side,-out
of the play.now when they arc
hit, they step back and move into
the gap again-." v r
, Tho Yalos call then" uarr
back, Dick Wintorbauor, Richard
tho Croat...and boforo the -ooason
25 v 15 v
19 v 21
"Miscast 4 Misbehaved Iv"'
There was much rejoincing and
Jubilation in the ranks of the five
liscasts In the Clayton ', Co "fee
and Donut Bowiing Circle. While
the Miscaets were mistreating the
Misbehaves, the Mischieis were
being drubbed by the Misleds. ;
?AU' this lit simple language
means that Marge Sewell ; and
her lour girl iriends took over
first place by sweeping all four
points. Marge applied most of the
mistreatment with' her 53 ; and
Mary Lund helped her along with
a 533. While the two teams were
evenly matched only' one pin sep
arating me nanaicaps, the re results
sults results were decisive. The ton score
for. the Misbehaves was Rose
Anne Morrissey's 495.
Misleds 4 MUehlefs 0 -1
The 64 thousand dollar Question
in this contest was who was Mid-
led, certainl not the Misled who
garnered all four points from the
lrsi piace team, or were the Mis
chiefs misled into a shut out.
Actually, the burden of 43 Dins
handicap proved a wee bit too
much for the Mischiefs to over overcome,
come, overcome, because in the scratch scor
ing they took all points but the
pay off is in that ever important
net handicaps total, and the Mis Misled
led Misled took the first set by 16 pins,
second ny e pins, and the last by
Helen Anderson proved the best
pin getter by out numbering her
own and opposing roster. Helen
toasted with an extra cup of cof coffee
fee coffee her 510. Lucy Ross, Mischief
maker produced the second best
503; Inez Davis, one of the best
women bowlers on the Isthmus,
had the best scratch of 427. The
Mischiefs are now S1 points out
of the first place they occupied
Misfits 4 Mistakes 0
Both teams entered the fray all
even, neither one gave the other
any pins handicap, but the last
place Misfits slaughtered the Mis Mistakes.
takes. Mistakes. No game was close with
200 pins difierence in the TOP col
umn, All of the Misnts put on a
stellar perfoihrance. Each and ev
ery fair lady rolled over 500, D.
Chadderton 503, C. Dodson 502,
Gloria Julian 531, Nita Baugh 507
and Myrt Mangels 509.
I For the upset Mistakes.', Mimml
Metrger rolled the highest scratch
series of the morning a 467, giv
ing her a 536 set. and Vi Wolitar
sky clicked off a 504, "bat the oth
er nous feu py tne wayside. The
Mistakes; are only one point out of
tne oasement, so tney cannot at.
Knute Rockne instituted his fa
mous shift..,"Evervbodv students.
faculty, priests moved around the
campus in rhythm to the 1-2-3,
snirt...rignt don to the unvier
sity president. But he was the only
one doing it legally.. .he moved so
slowly that he had to pause...
: In appreciation for past sacri
fices, Paul Hornung's first expen
diture from the bonus paid him
by the Packers for singing was
to buy his mom a fur coat..
Between you n me, one of our
more famous athletes explained
the attraction of Toots Shor's at
a New York watering spot: "It's
a place you know you can go have
a dnnK...ano ne u ace you oon t
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OFFICE IN PANAMA
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From liH aJn. UlZ:3l .m.
SATURDAYS: from I'M ajn. to U N
fort to make any further mis
takes. ;. ; ; V.
: "Misfires I Mlsy V.-;;;
t Th two cantaW Misfires Ma-
rv .Arnold and Missy s Mabel Led-
lie set good example but Mary's
paid off dividends tor tnree points,
but Mabel's mifired except tor a
. Mary Arnold posted 567 series
and her anchor lady Bea Lom-
broia -aided the winning cause
with 525. Mabel Leslie s, series
was 560 but her leadoff gal Eva
Lee was slightly better 562 and
Kit Van Ernst could not be over
looked with her 502, ..
Id Depart US Army
Two of If.S. Army .Caribbean's
top go'feri -will loon depart from
Sereeant Goodman, winner of
the 1957 Caribbean Command golf
championship, and captain or the
Fort Amador team, leaves on
Dec. 27 for Camp Stewart, Ga.
Specialist Riggs, third place fin finisher
isher finisher in the Caribbean tourney,
leaves for the States on Nov.. 29
Both Goodman and Rices fired
67's in the command tournament
to tie for single round low scoring
NYU NOW VIKINGS
NEW YORK (UP)- In a vote
of the student body It Has been
decidedV that New York Univer Univer-sity's
sity's Univer-sity's intercollegiate athletics
team will be known hereout as
the viking Violets. NYU teams for
more than a century have been
known simply as the Violets.
OROPPID TO BIST DAD
DETROIT (UP) Three and
one-half-year-old Carrie Ane,
daughteri of Detroit Lions tackle
Charlie : Ane; changed her mind
about her father after the Lions
dropped tw ostrsight games in the
National Football League this sea season.
son. season. "She used to call me the
'greatest football player in the
world but changed it to 'the best
daddy in the world'V after we lost
to .San Francisco nd Los. An
geles," Ane commented. i
RUSSO LYNCH S(6N
'NEW YORK (UP1 Welter
weights Danny Russo of Brooklyn,
N.Y., and Eddie Lynch of New
York have signed to meet in a 10 10-round
round 10-round bout at St. Nicholas. Arena,
Nov. 1. The bout will be widely
BOWLING SBRIBS SIT
( CHICAGO (UP) The first
world-series of bowling, the Invita Invitational
tional Invitational Match Game Champion Championships,
ships, Championships, will be held at. the Chicago
Coliseum, 'beginning on Dec. 4.
Top professionals from both the
men's and women's ranks will
compete in the nine-day tourney.
TOP ADVANCE SALE
PRINCETON, N.J. (UP) AU
46,000 aeats in Pslmer Stadium for
the Nov. 16 football game between
Princeton and Yale have been sold
out. The 80th renewal of the tradi traditional
tional traditional rivalry has produced the
largest advance sale of any game
held here in the qost-war years.
Front St t eorsrer
f 7th St
'CARLOS MOUYNES V4
Field & Stream
Whore Nobody Bothers
to Count Pish
'"; By 'At ,AeCUANl -t
X: Flshlnj;, B dltor
As we predicted ioverai years
back, the White River of Akna Akna-sas
sas Akna-sas ,1s now-, turnln? oul trophies
with monotonous regularity,
. In a week, the river produced
254 rainbows, 34 weighing from
seven to a shade less than 14 po pounds.
unds. pounds. AU were caught below the
relatively new Bull Shoals Dam
downstream to the town, of Cot Cotter.
ter. Cotter. v, s r &,',;."
There's no denying that the
Ozark region, the reputation of
which was built on the small small-mouth
mouth small-mouth bass, is EOlnrf to outshine
established creeks in the dry fly
The Arkansas story doesn't end
with improved truutiiiit. Bull
Shoals Lake has been growing an
utsized bass, population since its
construction, and nohudy has
bothered to count the four to
nine-poind bigmouths that ate
being bagged daily.
Most boats checking at the pub
lic boat docks report limits catches,
along with bluefills, crappies and
The "hot" bait this season, and
one well worth trying on your
local pond is the new plastic
worm. A good percentage oi tne
bass and a large ratio of Arkan
sas lunker trout rail to tne dum
my nightwalker. Yet our favorite
black eel lure remains the top
attractor on Bull Shoals.
If you contemplet a safari out
that way the productive areas on
the reservoir are Buck Creek,
Howard Creek, Lakeview, Lead
Hill, Tucker Hollow and Promise
Land, as wen as inuti bnoais.
Boats, resorts, groceries and all
other conveniences are there.
57 Is Simple:
Hold And Hope
NEW HAVEN, Conn (NEA)
Fritz Barzilauskas, the Yale as assistant
sistant assistant coach and scout, was de describing
scribing describing defenses used in college
"You have a 4-4, a 4-3, an o-
klahoma 52, a Philadelphia Eagles
71 and a 57."
All his numerical descriptions
made sense (Oklahoma 52: a five-
man line and two line backers)
except the 57 and he was asked
"A 57 is simple. It is a five-man
line and the linebackers move up
and hold the-, ends and hope the
officials don t icatch them.
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LONDON. Nov. s (UP) Free
t Western... nation today cheered
. Presidenf Eisenhower'a declara declara-,
, declara-, tion of .closer American cooper cooper-'
' cooper-' alion .with' tha United States'
" European flie.
' First reactions ia Allied nations
Indicated the President's speech
, last night had 'relieved the gloom
spreading through Europe under
. shadow of Russia'! earth satel-!
f lites and MercontinentaL ballistics
- missiles development
Most European reports on the
speech Sgavf"emphasis to the
deeisioni to expand US. cooped
ation inWntBUorescarc"wrth 1
the alliei E&ropcan nations long
have hoped w to,, .jharc in U.
, Italiant hewspareri .particularly
, noted Mir. Eisenhower's j announce announcement
ment announcement tftad the ?Wt maJntains
military superiority Voy .r the.
Communist bloc despite the lag
. in its missile program.
' Government spokesmen with withheld
held withheld official comment until they
' had given ths President's speech
i close study. ;
HoweverJVEritish Prime Minis Minis-,
, Minis-, ter Harold Macmillan Was under under-'
' under-' stood' to consider tha President's
pronouncement a -milestone in
Anglo-American nd Allied coop-
- eration. A French Foreign Office
source calledl.the declaration "re "reassuring"
assuring" "reassuring" for all allies.
, Pravda, the only Russian news newspaper
paper newspaper publishing today, did not
report the President's speech. It
, gave most of its space to the
celebration of the 40th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the Russian revolution.
' -Syr. UNITED PRESS
, WASHINGTON President Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, in saying one of: the
most difficult problems in perfect perfecting
ing perfecting an .intercontinental ballistics
missile :w"is firing- It into space
and bringing, it hack to earth with with--
- with-- out having -it burn up from; atmo atmospheric
spheric atmospheric friction:
"Our scientists and engineers
hva solved'ihat problem."
r,; ; :
CAMBRIDGEMass. Massa Massa-,
, Massa-, ehiwettsvstttvHevof Technology
' President i" James" Mlhyne r Killian
Jr., appointed by President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower M.'specUV White House asi
. sistant 'itreience:
"Tha potential for (scientific)
advance is tremendous, and I feel
, that there 4s sense of urgency,
mission and) dedication in the sci scientific
entific scientific and engineering community
of the United States capable of
'meeting the need."
BUFFALO, N.Y. Dr. Clifford
Fdr&as,; chancellor of the Univer Univer-ity
ity Univer-ity of Buffalo and'Jormer secre secre-tair
tair secre-tair of tfefense for research and
development, in hailing Killian's
rThe President isdefinitely get
thfg faf better advice on the im impart
part impart of science to. our national
fcaae Secretary Paul D. Foote. in
r'Jiyinf charges before a congres congres-F
F congres-F tnal subcommittee that inter
vice jivalry delayed the U.S.
- fllita and rocket nroerains
JTois Is absolute nontense. The
fairy that -has existed has t
crated the missile program,
e reaj reasons we are behind is
at the Rusaians stsrted earlier."
SrASHTNGTON-Vnep.: James C.
is (D-Ga.). oa President "i
J iower' appointment of the
.? civil rights commission:
Of course, I am unalterable op op-J
J op-J to any tviS rights eomm"
ii, and I fou"ht it as vigorously
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FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment one bedroom. Call 3-2737.
$60.00. Back of SAS.
.1 ,H J.I I. 'I .
FOR RENT: Furnished apart"
ment, 2 bedroom, -living,, dining
room, indoendent service. San
Francises. Street t6 Est No.. 6
, f Heat Roosava Th.a4J4;J
FOR SALE: Cottaga at Gorgo Gorgo-na
na Gorgo-na beach, for retirement or vaca vacation.
tion. vacation. Fully furnished, including
gas stove, refrigerator, electri electricity.
city. electricity. Phone Balboa 4474.
Quid; Few Troops,
Weapons On Border
IDLIB. Syria. Nov 9 (UP) -A
15-hour tour of the Syrian border j
with Turkey yesterday showed the
Syrian government preoccupied
more with the danger of internal
disorder than with the still-smould
ering Turkish "threat."
,The Syrian army appeared re relaxed.
laxed. relaxed. Troops were scattered more
thinly along the 400-mile common
frontier on the Syrian side than
the Turks were on their side, it
seemed. No heavy equipment or
artillery could be seen en the road
that hugs the border.
The only vehicles to be seen
were Russian viaz-motiel. trucks
similar to American weapons car
The Syrian guards gave the Im
pression they were more con
cerned at the movement of travel
ers through the country, 'mere
were checkposts at five points on
the road and in two towns.
One check was conducted by a
man whose only authority was his
rifle. He wore no insignia.
Apparently he was a member of
the newly trained home guard
which recently received arms at at-the
the at-the height of Syria's announcer!
fear that Turkish forces would at
tack, with American support.
The road was h'orked at several
olaces with stone barricade
heaped like obstacle? on the left
and right side, requiring motorists
to drive slowly and carefully.
These barricades would hardly
slow down tanks.' but would hamp
er effectively anyone Irving to flee
the country or sneak in.
POLISH FLIER DEFECTS
STOCKHOLM. Sweden (UP) A
Polish jet fighter pilot who flew
Sweden in a MIG 15 Thursday
was shot at by four purging Polish
fighters over the Danish Island of
Bomholm. informed sources .said
today. The sources said they
I learned this from the unidentified
iuot when tney taixej to him at
IVarnberg. He said he avoided
being hit by diving into clouds.
The pilot was said to have defect-
ed from his Communis- homeland
for political reasons and asked for
THE FLYING WRESTLER
CHICAGO (UP) Mrs. Eva
Litke, 57, deckled 204 pounds of
meat delivered to hor wasn't kosh kosh-t;
t; kosh-t; She is suing for t75.O00 for in in-hiriei
hiriei in-hiriei rhe said fh (differed when
a wrestler was thrown into her
lap. '' .' ..
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INTKBNAL. Dfc FUBUCACIONCS-No S Uttarf Plan CASA ZAU0-Citror Ave. U LOURDKS PHARMACY-1M iF-MlAvi
BAROO-No U "B Street MORRISON tth of July Ave. J 8t LEWIS SERVICK-Ave. TlvoU No., 4 PAKMAC1A K81ADOS NIDO-l CmWI Ave.
ARMACIA LUX 184 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD F.X CHANGE J "e. do la Osu Ave. Me. 41 FOTO DOMYJmlo Arosemena : Ayo anHJ 13 ,'Bij"
VAN-DER-JI8 50 Street No a rARMACL EL BATURBO ru Lefevro
the Bella VUta Theatre. COLON)
FOR SALE: 1956 Buick hard hard-top
top hard-top Special, excellent condition.
Low mileage, has many extras.
Can be financed. Call Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 8I2I.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford V-8,
two door sedan, good tires. Best
offer. Balboa 2474.
For sale or swap for pick-up Vi
ton Chevrolet or Ford, 1949
Hudson car 6 cylinders, 'perfect
condition, 4 new tires. $250.00.
Gatun 223-B phone 5- 557.
FOR SALE: 1950 Packard 2 2-door,
door, 2-door, duty paid. $250.00. Phona
FOR SALE: Ford 1953 6 cl.
new tires, radio, heater, also
vactum cleaner, dining table and
chairs, easy sprindry washing,
machine, window, fan, chest of
drawers, dresser, typewriter, pric priced
ed priced for quick sale. Phono 6430,
Gamboa apt. 0277-A.
FOR SALE: 1956 Plymouth Plymouth-Belvedere,
Belvedere, Plymouth-Belvedere, two door arid many
accesories. Low mileage. $2700
Phone 2-2261. Balboa C. Z.
FOR SALE: DeSoto coupe 1940
Al condition' $200.00. Tel 2 2-2426.
2426. 2-2426. Balboa.
fOlIR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist wlU relieve
any toot trouble, eorns, callous
ses, uivrown loe nun, ni mu mu-are,
are, mu-are, etc.
J. Arosemena Ave. 83-41
Gibraltar r.tfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel., Panama 2-0552
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippare Movers
Phones 2- 2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
, BIRMINGHAM. Ala.
Kor military r and elvU service
personnel only In C.Z. rite or
phone tor Information Phil Wel Wel-ner.
ner. Wel-ner. General Asent, Phone l-a7
Box JlU Penema.
St. Peter's, La Boca
Homecoming Sunday and har harvest
vest harvest thanksgiving- are two No November
vember November events observed annual-
lv in the parish of St Peter's, La
Tne first, which was Instituted
about six years ago as a day of
reunion for former parishioners,
will take place tomorrow with
special services at the usual pe-
At the choral eucnarot, aiated
for 10:30 am- the Rev. John
ispear. priest in charge, will be
the celebrant ana preacher.
This service will be followed
by a social hour In the parish
hall for the congregation, during
which coffee will be served.
Sunday 17th has been fixed
as the date for. the traditional
observance of harvest' thanks thanksgiving.
giving. thanksgiving. Gifts of fruits and vege vegetables
tables vegetables for decorating the church
may be left in the parish hall
nrxt Saturday evening.
Pupils of the church school
will present their glfta at the
altar during the choral comma-
'nion at 10:30 a.m. v
inrm ni nra nwmtnm iv m.m
Central Avenue 12.16S Tel. 432
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14' fiberglassed
runabout boat 22 h.p. motor and
trailer $550.00. Phone 5-507
house 217 apt 8, Gatun.
FOR SALE: Now 19ft. cabin
crusier with 70 h.p. Gray marina
engine built with first grade
dutch mahogany marine ply plywood
wood plywood bottom Yi sides 38",
all-covered with thickcoat of best
fiberglass, ribs of selected Darien
mahogany. This boat ia built to
take all kinds of weather. $2500
heavy duty trailer included. Call
FOR SALE: Boat cusier type
"Caroline, with cabin 26 feet,
4 berths, sanitary service, intern,
motor, Gray marine 102 h.p.
yacht. Can. be see it at Balboa
Club Tel. 3-2079 or 3-5399.
To Push US Ahead In Missile Race
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (UP)
Sen. Styles Bridges (R-NH) said
today that defense spending may
De increased by one to two billion
dollars next year to help the
United States pull ahead of Russia
in the missiles-satellite race.
Bridges, who made the state statement
ment statement after a meeting with Presi President
dent President Eisenhower, warned! that the
stepped-up scientific drive an announced
nounced announced by the President Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night made chances of a 1958
tax cut "more dubious" than
Bridges also said he believed
the United States was "way be-.
hind" in the earth satellite race,
a situation that "has certain
implications and overtones I don't
like." He obviously referred to
Russia's rocket know-how.
A Satellite A Month
Dr. John P. Hagen. chief of the
U.S. satellite; program, said today
that he f wouldn't be aurnrised"
IHI. Russia) launched a satellite a
month for the next year.
Witt etifamant nam t tit
kwi.wsv s n i sr- am 1.(115
White House announced that Dr.
James R. Killian. tapped bv the
President to head the new scien scientific
tific scientific drive, would report for work
in about a week. It sard he had
been given "very high authority"
to speed the program and may be
given even more.
Bridges said Kilhan. president
of the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, h"1 been armed with
iuu power r- authority." The
senator, top 'blifan on the
Senate Apnrr 'ions Committee,
predicted that Congress would pro provide
vide provide all the money needed to do
Poured In Resources
At the same time, Assistant
Budget Bureau Director Robert E.
Merriam told a Houe subcommit
tee that the missiles program
lacked neither, money nor man manpower.
power. manpower. He said the government
had poured more resources into
missiles than it did into the "ini "initial
tial "initial stages" of the Wartime A A-bomb
bomb A-bomb project.
The President did not specifical specifically
ly specifically mention any defense spending
increase in his radio-TV speech.
But he outlined an "action" pro program
gram program that would call for heavier
outlays. He said previously there
was nothing sacred about the old
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MUl C. tSOl HENRY IMP. .THtOOOtt Sttvn
Guardian of The North
DIABLO "THE GREAT LOCOMOTIVE CHASE"
7:00 also Men AgaHnst The Arctic.
l!T0K UN BROTHERS- cl
6uRPg"sTA "Dovey Crockett ond River Pirates S
t1ooTUN' "VOODOO I S L A NVD
FARAISO "CANTON KtVZR" and
1:15- fUETURN FROM THE SEA-
- w" aiTRrrr nim- t mnrRlA
Street FABMACIA -SAl"tr rorree
FOR SALE: Kenmore automatic ;
washer.. Phone Albrook 6222
$75.00. j T
FOR i SALE: 5 pieces sectional
living room furniture. Phone Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 5110..
FOR SALE i Frigidairs automa automatic
tic automatic washer, one year' old.. Perfect
condition. $135.00. Call Albrook
3149 Qrra 134-A. ,
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
To Be Increased
38 billion dollar defense spending
The President did oppose in his
speecn any helter-skelter spend spending.
ing. spending. He-said priorities would he
set on certain programs and "we
can have both a sound defense and
tna sound economy on which it
rests" if the government sticks to
Reaction to the President's
speech was mixed, pretty much
along party lines. Democrats gen generally
erally generally praised his proposed pro program
gram program but said it came too late.
Republicans said he was doinc
everything possible to meet the
Kussian challenge. ;
A Frequent Critic
Sen. Henry Mi Jackson (d1
Wash), frequent critic of admin
istration defense policies, accused
the President today of beingless
than frank in his'Cappraisair. of
where the United States stands in
toe; missile race. He praised .Killt .Killt-an'o
an'o .Killt-an'o appointment, but said the nro-
gram still needed a 'presidential
The White Hhus nnnrW th.t
the chief-executive had received
more than 500 telegram, hv nnnn
reflecting whole-hearted support"
oi his program.
Free European nations were re reported
ported reported to have been cheered some
what by the Pres-denfa addrss,
ven though he admitted that Rus
sia was ahead of the West in some
missile developments and obvi obviously
ously obviously in satellites. - i
They particularly hailed withrre
lief his plan to work with them
in the race against Russian scif
ence. In Britain, newspapers ian, ian,-nererli
nererli ian,-nererli his announcement that the
United States" had solved the prob'
lem of sending a rocket cone into
space and fcringinsf it down intact.
Eisenhower said this meant VS
scientists had solved one' of the
mam obstacles to an- Interconti.
nentaj ballistic missiles-how t
keep it from burning up like; a
meteor when it reenters earth'f
"Assignnd Top Priority"
Bridges, likev Sen. Jackson a
member of the v Senate Armed
Services Committee, said after his
breakfast conference with the
President that-the missile-satellite
program had bee' n "assigned very
"World Without ;
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PKEC1ADO f ttnet Me. IS AGINCIAS
i e fluiunu" .-s. ...
FOR SALE: Hotpoint automatie
washer,' deluxe, 60 cycle, excel-'
lent, reasonable. Albrook 31 15.
FOR SALE: American flyer
;. train set: two complete 'trait.
Many extras with, plenty extra
tracks 15 .15 13 Akee St. Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Phone 2-2652 cheap. :
FOR SALE: Rotary white electric-tewing
machine; maple ca cabinet,
binet, cabinet, al attachments; very
good .condition. Call 2-2161
FOR SALE: Two gardner Diesel
'engines, 6 cylinder, 57 brake
horsepower. Good operating
condition, low1' fuel consuption,
reasonably priced. "Call Balboa
(2-1 500) S.00 a.m ta 3.00
FOR SALE Special sale today
until November 30 on all our
many splendored things, gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous Oriental novelties etc.
Lum't Ave. J. Free., do Is Ossa
40 (Auto row.) Reduced 30.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayce building Mocks. ,4"xl2"
x 1 2". They are ocenomieal, light
and da. not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco cV, Alfareria, S.
A., Via lipalla No. 37-40.
FOR SALE Rockers, love-sest,
wingchair, misc. items. Call Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 3280. :
FOR SALE: Sacrificing 4-door i
Dodge Custom 1956 White and
gold with air conditioning, like ;
new (8200 miles)", mink stole.
Fox caps, hot water heater, pil pillows,
lows, pillows, Minox camera, living room
set, curtains, paintings, golf
clubs, tire' pump, transitor ra radio,
dio, radio, rosenthal China, and miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous Items. Telephone 3 3-6894.
6894. 3-6894. FOR SALE: Electric Dormeyer
Rotistario Lewyt Vacuum Clean Cleaner,
er, Cleaner, Two electric clocks 3-7571.
FOR S,ALl sPlano;;ub scout
' suit; clothes; toys shoe skates;
Miscellaneous. 2308-B. Las Cru-
ee., Balbod.''v. ';iFt j,
I FOR SALtWl steel buffet,
61", 40.00 aach; I wrought
iron book rack, $4.00; 1 maga magazine
zine magazine atad brass, $5.00; fringe'
Christmas tree lights. 14 lights
per stringy 1.50 each; 2 j wall
lamps;1 2.00; 1 set encyclopilia,
SI 0.00; I spotting scope,
$10.00. Also big assortment of
mile glass ware and other items.
1545-A. Mango St. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Nine pc, mahogany
dining set $270.00. metal dres dresser
ser dresser $8.50, large mirror $10.00,
fishing equipment, fifteen inch
fire Tables $2.50, cabinets.
FOR SALE: Hotrod Cushmen
powered Remington model 521
iff ana. nincnenrer mooei 13
target rifles 508 Curundu Hts.
'f fOR' SALEt--Lesttr spinet' plana
$2501". binoculars 12x50 $25
i ii. i : I i I -i.
FOR SALE: Crib and Mattress
25.00.' Forty chair $4.00. Miscel Miscellaneous
laneous Miscellaneous baby equipment. Tel 2 2-2426.
2426. 2-2426. Balboa..
FOR '.SALE; Practice pfsno,
old, needs tuning but i tropical tropical-ixed.
ixed. tropical-ixed. 288 Gorges Rd. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 6360.
FOR ', SALE: Must leave, Elna
sewina niachine portatil, perfect
condition 40th street No. 2-66.
top priority in the whole; defense
set-up,".,;, vVi.:; Hi.Y
He told reporters that "as one
of the more e e o n o m y minded
members of congress" he thought
the program was "going to cost
Unore than I would like to see, but
I believe this, comes first." He
promised to support 'necessary
Bridges held out hope that the
overall-budget could be cut pext
year despite the increase in mili military
tary military spending. This would reauire
major reductions in spending for
To Make Dromatic
Aooearance On TV
. -7 ;,--
LOS ANGELES, Nov. tUP)
Margaret Truman Daniel arrived
here yesterday to prepare lor her
role of a marriage-hungry spin spinster
ster spinster bn a television shew next
The daughter of former- Presi President
dent President Truman is Scheduled to make
her first dramatic appearance
since her marriage to Clifton Dan
iel of the New York -Times 19
months ago in a play titled "Iris"
onBC-TVs "Matinee Theater."
She also- Will be a guest star on
the network's "Giselev HacKenzie
Show" Nov. 23. v t ..x s-
- v.-'-.5 ...'..j.V-'
rs" Panlel. '33! ha "appeared
en only -one television how since
her marriage. That was in May.
1956, when she was a guest on
the NBC-TV "Steve Al'en Show."
The Danielsv became the parents
of a son last June.
..WANTED: Enalish' Soanish
. stenographer: with experience in
,i reprcsenrations. -4 Meter oe er er-ficent.
ficent. er-ficent. Telephone 2-2217.
New Spamsh course far Enallilil (.
speaking people H University of
ranama tram November 12 t
December J 20. Claues in the
morning en Thaesday, Wedncs- -day
end Thursdays Beginners!
8:30; intermediate; 9:30; ad advance:
vance: advance: 10:30 a.m. Emphasis,
In eonvertation. Registration at
-seevretary's office, '.- r.
- Teenagers V Preteent
2-4239. Harnett and
Spanish made easy with Mrs. Ra.
. mera'a practical conversational
system. Classes day and night.
4th of July Ave. TI-352 No. 10.
Across from Quarry Heights.
" --t-, I&J F h
COL. LEONARD F. WILSON left,TXS.iAriny''fcariSbean Sur Surgeon,
geon, Surgeon, presents a suggestion -award certificate to Lawrence A.
Holder, right, of the malaria control section, Base Nr. 2, Fort
Davis, In a recent ceremonjr at Fort Clayton. Holder's sugges suggestion
tion suggestion was to issue protective sheets. for machetes .to malaria
control workers who reach their work areas-by bicycle, thereby
adding a safety factor. Holder lives on France Field by-pass
4 roaJ. France Air Force Base. (U.S. Army Photo)
'1'na story of the restless
, one face amonr them who becomes the idol of millions! Do
-'not miss ELI A KAZAN'S production "A FACE IN THE
; CROWD. OPENING
''THE CURSE OF
ip v 1 THURSDAY
A haunting tale of terror is promised hv Warner Bros.
brilIer, The Curst of Frankenstein," filmed in TechnU
color for added blood-chilUnsr reaUsm. -"THE CURSE OF
FRANKENSTEIN" will haunt yon forever stars Peter Cush Cush-inf
inf Cush-inf Hatel Court and Christopher Lee. .y"-;.
WANTED: Experienced Ing
. Iish-Spaniih stenographer,, refer
ences fequired. Please apply ta
' Cla. PanameAY do- Aceitea I UR
RACA),. Paitille v Airport Road.
3 -minute car wash $1, steam 1
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
, ears -! $6. Auto-Bafto, JTrans-lsth-mian
Highwaysnear Sears. '.
Tha best dinner 4 end drinks
r served In our modern air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar. Hotai International "Pla-
iaS de Meye.:-..; -
FREE-.Televlsloir J Pick-up and
delivery' service during the month
" November. Phone U. S. Tele Television.
vision. Television. Panama S-7607 for fast
.. service.. t
young American crowd and
1 miii rftTi-ri i
ON WEDNESDAY 13 AT THE CEN-
ATURDAY,' NOVEMBER 8,1957 j f
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THREE OF A KIND Something to be proud of are these "' 1
triplet heifer calves, Faith, Hope and Charity, shown ivith -theirwner,
Raymond Palmer, of Tlemington, Mo. The calves,;-
now seven months old, are an animal rarity. Authorities point
out that triplet heifers occur once in 832,000 cattle births and
that for all three to survive is even rarer. The calves are see
ond generation and artificially bred. V -5
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-builder LeTourneau Confers
R. C. LeTourneau, president of R. C. LeTourneau, Inc., which is building the two experimental towing locp locp--
- locp-- motives for use at Gsjtun Locks visited the Canal Zone briefly yesterday afternoon to confer with Gov. W. E. Potter
''and other Canal officials.
X After meeting with the Governor and Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold, LeTourneau conferred with several Canal
engineers who are concerned with placing the new towing devices into service. Representatives of both the En-
gineering and Construction Bureau and Marine Bureau attended this meeting which was held to discuss various
? aspects of the locomotives.
, The Canal Company has received information from the LeTourneau manufacturing plant in Longview, Texas,
hat tha locomotives will be shipped early next month, with Dec. 10 being the scheduled delivery date. Three
f the LeTourneau engineers will come to the Isthmus for the field assembly and
a period training of Canal personnel in their use.
The two locomotives have been tested on tracks at the factory similar to those
told Potter that personnel at the manufacturing plant have been in training on their
Instruct Locks Diviison personnel.
The LeTourneau machines are
much heavier than the locomo locomotives
tives locomotives now in use. weighing about
60 tons as compared with 45 tons
tor those now in operation.
The machines are equippeu
with large rubber-tired fenders
to hold ships in tow away from
the lock walls.
They are also equipped with
1 lonr whip booms which will be
V nsfed to aattach towing lines to
ships. At present towing, lines
are handled by hand from row-
t TniirnMii said that he ex-
.t. t.n return to the Canal
..mM.im after the locomo
v,ov heen delivered ana
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UULAA.K w r ..
, : .ni.F. l 11 h shin-
' ped intact except for the remov removal
al removal of the fender cars, support
Mi inn nd whin booms.
i i They wUl be lifted by crane to
' 4 the lock walls where the field
: ....mhi wtii he done, after
t rhich they will undergo various
- tests on the return tracks of, the
center wall before being tested
, a handling vessels,
l f LeTourneau was en route from
, Jeru to Texas.
i" He is returning, after a two two-.,ioif
.,ioif two-.,ioif fn his new nroiect on
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that brings out the wolf In a man.
j Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending S a.m. today,
4 la prepared by the Meteorolo-
rical and Hydrographie
Branch of the Panama Canal
Low ...75 79
High 95 96
' Low 71 81
(max. mph) NW-14 NW-16
BAIN (inches) .01 .66
7 WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 82
SUNDAY, NOV. 10
5.00 a.m. 11:26 a.m.
5:32 p.m. 11:42 p.m.
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Locomotives Scheduled At Gatuti
the eastern slopes of the Andes
Mountains in Peru where he has
been given a concession by the
Peruvian Government to develop
a million-acre trant of farm
land. As payment for the con
cession. Lerourneau win duuq
for Peru a 40-mile road cut
throueh virgin junstle.
Much of his time on this trip,
he said, was spent in remaking
a "tree crusher" which he has
invented for clearing Jungle.
The machine weighs 150 tons
and It can clear and crush the
vegetation on 40 acres a day
with a single operator. It Is a
two-wheeled affair which bowls
over trees of considerable size.
Both of the enormous wheels
are fitted with cleats to crusn
the trees and undergrowth as it
passes over them.
In some places wnere iana is
ceintr c eared in tne new aevei-
opment near the headwaters of
the Amazon River, a mat of veg vegetation
etation vegetation two feet thick Is left on
The crushed trees and vegeta
tion can be burned shortly after
it has been given the tree
crusher treatment, leaving the
erouna reaay lor uning wan uu
New French Cabinet
Meets To Approve
PARIS. Nov. ft (UP) France's
new cabinet" team-meets today.to
approve a four-point program
designed to fight inflation.
Party leaders in the French
Assembly, meanwhile, regrouped
their forces for coming key de debates.
bates. debates. ,!
1 Felix Galllard, dynamic ex-fi
nance minister, who won the
French PremiershiD three days
ago, calls his ministers together
this afternoon tonraft the text
of the anti-inflation plan he
Dresents to the Assembly next
Sad-eved. silver-haired Pierre
Plfimlin. 1 50, a leader of the
Christian Democrat MRP Party
(Popular Republicans) has suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded the 38-year-old Galllard
a Finance Minister. It is he who
sets forth the urgent economic
measures to the Cabinet today.
Pfllmlin, in constant touch
with Galllard, has worked round
the clock, conferring with top
government experts and putting
the last touches to tne pian.
As it now stands, his program
will give Galllard wide emergen emergency
cy emergency powers to:
Make budget slashes
Decree new taxes
Encourage exports and choke
Engine On Fire,
Navy Deep Freeze
Plane Forced Back
MCMURDO. Antarclics, Nov.
(UP) A four engine navy Neptune
plane en route to the South Pole
with 13 men aboard returned and
landed safely with one engine on
No one was injured, but it was
the 13th engine failure of ODera ODera-tion
tion ODera-tion Deep Freeze. The accident
tied up the expedition's fourth
plane and increased the dificulties
o' reaching and servicing the
South Pole station.
The plane, piloted by Lt. Robert
Boiling, of Davisville, R.I., took
oif from headquarters here, for the
South Po'e and 10 minutes later
reported one engine on fire.
Boiling brought in the plan e,
which has two reciprocating en engines
gines engines and two jets, with one jet
and one propeller-type engine op operating.
erating. operating. Another Neptune plane is ground grounded
ed grounded at the South Pole waiting en engine
gine engine repairs and a Navy RD4,
twin-engine transport, is tied up at
the Liv station 400 miles, from
here with another engine out. It
made an emergency landing yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Earlier, an Air Force Globe Globe-matter
matter Globe-matter was grounded here when
several oil drums broke lose and
damaged the parachute drop doors
SWEDIS BUILD MISSILE
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UP)
Sweden has built a guided missi'e
s rtyers,. U was announced today.
The missile is fired by a rocket
and powered by a jet engine, and
ri w kit m tmremt in afiv lrin1 nf
whether, the announcement said.
R. G. LETOURNEAU, whose firm is building the new-type
mules for Gatun locks, finds' something to laugh at In Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal affairs. Goy. William E. Potter finds the situation
a shade less laughable.
Musi Be Itemized
In Tax Returns
WASHINGTON (UP) The In
ternal Revenue' Service has
warned taxpayers they must item
ize every ceni 01 expenses money
they received in 1957 when they
file tjieir income tax returns nxt
An IRS spokesman sard the new
regulation works this way:
The total money a taxpayer re receives
ceives receives from his company to re reimburse
imburse reimburse him for taxi fares, news newspaper,
paper, newspaper, entertainment and the like
must be entered as extra income
on a new line on the 1957 tax
Money actually spent on the
company's behalf is entered as
usual as a deductible expense.
An attached sheet must be in included
cluded included giving a breakdown of
money spent on company business
and the money received as reim-
The spokesman emphasized that
it is up to the individual taxpayer
to keep a record of both amounts.
The law requiring a complete
accounting of an expense money
has been on the books since 1921,
but taxpayers with relatively
small expense accounts generally
have ignored it.
The spokesman said the new
and more stringent rules to en enforce
force enforce it were adopted on recom recommendations
mendations recommendations of the joint congres congressional
sional congressional committee on internal rev revenue
enue revenue taxation. They are aimed
primarily at taxpayers who turn
in big expense accounts as a de deductible
ductible deductible expense.
Addition of the new Une on the
form's first page he said, will
make it possible to spot excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally large amounts so officials
can check on the itemized break breakdown
down breakdown SURGEONS REPORT
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) Duke
University surgeons, who studied
small skin samples in chemical
solutions, say human skin will re-
main alive for 28 hours after
person's death. Mrs. Nicholas G.
Georgiade and Kenneth L. Pick-
re 11 told the American Society of
Plastic and Reconstructive Sur
gery Conference Yesterday that:
temporary grafts of skin .from a
dead person could save the life of
another person who suffered ex extensive
tensive extensive skin loss from injuries. But
tbey said permanent grafts would
have to be made from the pa patient's
tient's patient's own skin.
testing of the machine and
at Gatun Locks. LeTourneau
operation and will Jse able to
Pay Packets Down
BATON ROUGE, La. (UP) A
suspect in the murder of a New
Orleans church secretary today
blamed an old newspaper for cast casting
ing casting suspicion on him.
The paper was ound In the car
of Joseph J. Leutik, 37. and told
of the sadistic "murder of Miss
Maud Lind on Oct. 4 in New Orleans.-
Leutik was arrested and
questioned and .he is still in jail.
Leutik, a parole violator from
California, denied any connection
with the killing.
He. said police would not suspect
him "but for a copy .of a New Or Orleans
leans Orleans newspaper dated Oct. 26.
The paper carried the story of
how Miss Lind was slashed and
suffocated shortly after leaving a
church meeting with her minister,
the Rev. Martin W. H, Holls. The
minister was slashed and pistol
whipped, hut is recovering,
Leutik said he bought the paper
to read the jobs wanted section.
not to read about a murder.
But police, pointing to an arse arsenal
nal arsenal found in his ear at the time
of his Wednesday arrest,, said
there was more than the newspa newspaper
per newspaper to give rise to suspicion.
His car contained two pistols, a
tool chest, 1,000 rounds of ammu ammunition
nition ammunition and three knives. One of the
knives had, human blood smeared
on it, police said. Leutik said the
smear was fish blood.
Chief of Detectives Oscar J.
Liuzza said New Orleans police
will question the suspect again.
Liuzza said Leutik has a "very
convenient memory" and could
not account for his time spent i
New Orleans. -
He does not deny being in New
Orleans the night Miss Lind was
KASPIR PACING TRIAD
KNOXVILLE. Tenn. (UP) -Dep.
;uty U.S. Marshals were ordered
Yesterday to bring' segregationist
; John Kasper from Washington for
a federal court .hearing Wednes-
day. Attorneys for Kasper and six
Clinton, Tenn., residents will ask
for a new triaL The seven were
convicted last July of violating an
injunction prohibiting- interference
with the Integration el Clinton
High School. Kasper was jailed
several weeks ago when the U.S.
Supreme Court refused to hear hr
appeal on aa earlier conviction of
vitiating the injunction.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9-(UP)
Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles was reported, today to
have failed in a.dlrect effort to
persuade Israel to let United Na Nations
tions Nations officials help in solving a
series of recent border incidents
with Jordan.'::; .:y.s p : ; ....
Diplomatic sources said Dulles
made the. request- In a personal
letter to Israeli Premier David
Ben-Gurlon about two weeks
ago. - ; ... '.
In reply, they said, Ben-Gurlon
refused to give assurances that
Israel would participate in any
UN efforts to settle border proo
A mixed armistice commission
was set up in 1949 to deal with
Incidents. between Israel and her
Israel cenerally haa refused to
cooperate, particularly since its
invasion of Egypt a year ago. It
contends that Arab nations
themselves have made the 1949
agreement obsolete by declaring
they tnave belligerent rights.
The Israeli-Jordan dispute Is
now before the UN Security
Dulles wrote to Ben-Gurion
when he felt a series of incidents
which cropped up cpuld lead to
Paraiso Prexy Asks
Minute Of Silence
In Honor Of Vets
The" President of the Paraiso
Mutual Aid Club asks that all
persons and civic and fraternal
organizations observe one min
ute. 01 snence at iu a. .in. on .vet'
- The club Is sponsoring a day.
lone program at Gam boa,
Santa Crus on Nov. 11, where
the emphasis will be on honor'
Ins living veterans.
A highlight, of tne veterans
day program at Gamboa next
Monday will be the honoring of
canal zone police cruel B. A.
Darden and A. L. B. Morgan, re
cently retired principal of the
Santa Cruz elementary school.
The paraiso tennis club will
dedicate an exhibition game to
Maj. Darden and the Gamboa
Tennis Club will dedicate a game
Appointed To Civil
ATLANTA, (UP) The appoint appointment
ment appointment of former U. S. Supreme
Court Justice stanley Reed as
head of President Eisenhower's
new Civil Rights 1 Commission
drew strong criticism today from
Georgia political leaders.
"It Is obvious the chairman will
be a biased .chairman," said Lt.
Gov. Ernest Vandivcr.
"It looks, like Ike stacked the
commission against the South,"
said Rep. J. L. Prlcher of Meigs.
"Reed has already made known
his opinion. He can't be expected
to be neutral."
Reed concurred with other Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court justices in the 1954
decision outlawing racial segrega segregation
tion segregation in public schools.
Georgia leaders generally ap applauded
plauded applauded the appointment to the
commission of 'wo southerners,
former Virginia Gov. John S. Bat Battle
tle Battle and Dean Robert G. Storey
of the Southern Methodist Univer University
sity University law school.
Macon attorney Charjes Bloch,
regarded as an expert on consti constitutional
tutional constitutional law, said "Storey is the
outstanding appointee and Battle
is also fine."
Vandiver called Battle "the only
appointee who believes in consti constitutional
tutional constitutional government."
Roy Hafris of Augusta, head of
the Georgia State Rights Council,
charged that the commission is a
Republican move to carve up the
Battle said he accepted Presi President
dent President Eisenhower's appointment to
the commission to represent "the
strong southern view." He said he
hopes. "that I may, in some meas measure,
ure, measure, contribute to a better under understanding
standing understanding of a problem which is
disrupting our country in these
NEW FRENCH PARTY FORMED
- PARIS (UP A newly-formed
ultra right-wing political party
said today its avowed intention is
to destroy the present regime in
France and guillotine "traitors p
it comes to power. The new party
the 14th in France is the Rev Revolutionary
olutionary Revolutionary Patriot Party founded
by.Jean-Baptisto Biaggi. a turbu
lent right-winger. Formation of the
party means the emergence of an
extremist right-wing group which
is the direct- heir to the various
neo-Fascist leagues which plagued
political life toward the end of the
Third Republic before the kit
war broka out
JUNIOR COLLEGE. DOWNS CRISTOBAL
COACH STU BROWN about
College team, v
JUNIOR COLLEGE 'mainstayg Jack Hammond (12)
Keepers that his journey is not really necessary.
3 Runaway Canal
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20th Infantry at Ft. Kobbe has
been on the Isthmus for seven
months. The family liyes in Co-
Nadreau's dod. Louis H. Na-
dreau, is with the, Medical Com Company
pany Company of the 20th Infantry sta stationed
tioned stationed at Ft. Kobbe. ..,.
.Contacted at Coco Solito at
p.m. today, Sgt. Nadreau said
that he was waiting for a call
about his son, but that he
couldn't comment on the boy's
running away from home be because
cause because "I don't have all the
He said that perhaps the boy
ran away because he didn't want
to go to school.
wnen asicea wnetner mere
would be any punishment for
the youth, he replied:
"I m eorry, I can't ariswer
Meanwhile, at least one of the
youths, Scarpacl faced the pros prospect
pect prospect of returning home with tre trepidation.
pidation. trepidation. ,; ;
"I don't think," he said today
with a futile shrug. "I know I'll
But whether the trio would
try to leave home again some some-dnv
dnv some-dnv soon remained to be seen.
"It all depends on what hap hap-penshey
penshey hap-penshey agreed as they troop trooped
ed trooped into the waiting MP car.
To Quit Printing
HOLLYWOOD (UPV An agree agreement
ment agreement has been reached whereby
Confidential and Whisper maga magazines
zines magazines will revise their editorial
policy in exchange for dismissal
of criminal libel charges against
individual defendants. r t.
, The. magazines, affiliated cor'
norations and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Meade, West Coast information
agents for. the publications, were
tried last fall but a 'jury dead deadlocked
locked deadlocked after a long trial and was
dismissed. ; V'i'i
Under the 'agreement ..reached
between the state attorney gen
eral's office and defense attorney
Arthur Crowley, charges against
the Meades would be dismissed
and the magazines would stand
trial on the basis of the transcript
of their earber trial. S
As part of the agreement. Con
fidential publisher Robert Harrison
will p u b 1 i s h advertisements in
New York. Oiicago and Los An-'
geles newspapers announcing the
change in format of the magazine
under which it' will not 'pubbsh
expose stones about fum person
to get thrown for
a- loss In the
ROBERT ORVIS (17) downs Cristobal back John Boseman for
a three yard loss aa George Klrkland's (39) block misfires.
' (Photo: Bill Kirkland)
RIDES TO A
. JOAN C0LL1NS-JAYNE MANSFIELD DAN DA1LEY -rjason
ONEMASCOPE from m ONTUW-FCX
by his victorious Junior
(Photo: BUI Kirkland)
Cicero (11) .convince Harry
(Photo: Bill Kirkland)
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