The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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TOURIST FLITES
lo KEY YORK
AND TU SAO PAULO
RIO BUENOS AIRES
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'lil people know the truth and the country i safe : broWm Lincoln.
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UnitedT Fund Agencies
1 7. CZ Summer N
" 1 4. -t
Recreation Board
(US' Bate)r ,J
Aking: $5420

a Conducted broad proerami
; H arts, crafts, swlmmin ana
other sports for more than Z,-
- AAA knva anil rirls from almost
yery eommunlty and military j
installation in ue v
ibis summer. ;
, A voluntary rroup, the boara
receives no financial assistance
; Irora any government agency
luid i dependent on communi community
ty community support for continuation ol
lts program which requires ap-
proximately $3 per child.
' Plans for next year Include
-n expected enrollment ol
'4,000. ...
on
In 60
Zone Churches
Contribution Sunday"-the day
ofl which the churches of
nal Zone simultaneously express
Sfeir wpport of the United Fund
-will be observed this coming
Sunday fey virtually every congre congregation
gation congregation in the Zone, Fund officials
confirmed today;- (w. M
Participator 2S'fS!
will umbr well ovar W Philip
'L. Stwi, eampalBn chairman,
;statL, Vt.
r-Tha iotal will Indodi all 13
Army, Atr Force and Navy
eongrooatlont M J. .,
gathar with, more than four dot.
I on Protaatanr and.Cathelle wor.
iTii thnm conereealions1 vrhere
4 Policies ndf circum stances jpei jpei-wit,
wit, jpei-wit, t fpecial oerini!i WiH- be
Steers said- (7 J
-VWhrre thirMran npt bo one,
.the individual- nfnbttx.of ,tha
congregations will Tt lirwted to
reinforce Individually their finan financial
cial financial support of'hl8, important
community program."
i H H
. :"In some casts S'teers Mia,
lump sum may be. vpted from
the church treasury. V V: o,
ifWhaUvei' form the church
support .may take, this simulta simultaneous
neous simultaneous church support m a com com-:
: com-: munity is, ouUtandingl-valuable
part "of a community ''Unit ''United
ed ''United Fund effort," he added,
Many church goers nextSunday
will : find United Fund bookmark bookmarkers
ers bookmarkers in their Hymn books .
"tApproxiraately 5060 of the mark markers
ers markers have been distributed among
the churches of thev CanW .Zone
during thff past tendaysv
Asian Flu Shqts
Free To Zonians

Lonirmuxi

Sunday

i" t" renal cmoioyes ana xneir ae

? pendents are being urged by the
v Canal -Zoner Health- Bureau, to
obtain injections of the -vaccine
.rww.ifi. aealnst the Asian strain
of influenza, -which Reached er4-i
demie proportions in tne united
fiUtes recent A
A sufficient -.amount-, of .'the
-dkcclne was received Jast month
te protect the canal zone, pop population
ulation population and injections. can be
. rr.ived free of charge at the
out patient clinics In Gorgas and
Coco Solo Hospitals, and at any
of the aid stations la the canal
Zone communities,
So far", a large number of Ca Ca-iial
iial Ca-iial organization niployesi in including
cluding including those on a priority list,
have received the -Inoculations
and only a few mild reactions
have been reportecL.' 5 i
tdlking Budgie
WGndersfrbm
Balboa HoVrie
t i -f:..f :.,-
- If a little blue parakeet walks
p to you and says "Mv name's
Perky Kot,' please dont'be sur surprised.'
prised.' surprised.' -. A -"
The friendry year-old Austra Australian
lian Australian "budgie" ha disappeared
from its home In Balboa and
owner ': policeman Sam Roe Is

ii" ery anxloue to have her re-

"!--- '' ; -' l'
r perky lr a friendly bird, he
" Cairns, and will eo to anyone. In
4 act he thinks the parakeet may
have just taken a walk outside
. and followed a friendly passer passerby.
by. passerby. : -:-- -'
i In any event. Perky'a home Is

gxiil at noun .on rmpiro 4 :r im n 3.
Street in Balboa, and if anyonejoffice box printed thereon m
knows about her whereabouts,, that diplomas may be mailed to
please call Balboa 2947.,, ; l.them.? ;-- v
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Balboa Post Office To Open
'

Sunday for;. First-Day Sale

Of Gorgas Hospital Stamps
1 Th ''Balboa Post Offic will bi opisn from 9 o'clock

until noon feundav morninar
persons who wish to purchaso

pital commemorative ttampa ano. xo ooxain urai y
cellations to be issued in honor of Jthe 75th Anniversary
of Corgas Hospital, it has been announced by the Postal
Division.' .-.''. r;r.;':";''i3v'rW'- 'J;" '- sV. 'i''?y
;: The tampi ;wKichiiill gb on &le that day, will go
On sale in alt other1 post office beginning the following day.
1 Stamp collectors! wanting first-tjay cancellations of
the stamp may: also send, addressed envelppes to the Post Post-master
master Post-master In Balboa with a money order remittance to over
the cost of the stamps to be affixed, .'it

iTfYvinnps submitted should be
of jordinary letter size and each
should.be properly aaaressea.
An niinKirfi of medium' weight
should be placed in each envel envelope
ope envelope 'and the flap either turned
in or, sealed.
-The envelope should be endors
ed first-day covers.
- t Th stamp whicn commemo commemorates
rates commemorates the 75th Anniversary of j
Gorgas Hospital was designed
ny G,A. Doyle, Jr., chief ot tho
Architectural Branch, in :,col :,col-lubnratlon
lubnratlon :,col-lubnratlon with' members of
Canal Zone Postal Service
stamp 'advisory committee.
. Meanwhile the vital role of
Gorgas Hospital in the con construction;
struction; construction; and operation of the
Panama canal wa emphasixj
d n a better from assistant
secretary; Of the Army George
H. Roderick, chairman of the
board ofh Panama Canal
Company'. V :
m a ieiiet in CciL Charles O.
Rrnrp ranal zone Heaitn ui-
rrtrti -r. Roderick, who nanaies
matters relatmir to .me uanai
7nnin the Office of the Secre
tarv nf tTi Armv. exnresses fell
citations to the hospital staff
nn thit trtcc&sien of theirrTin
Dlvfcrsarjrhich wrti be celebrat-
-"ROderitk, who -' 1 tptimafcely
acquainted witn.tne nospiwi
and. Its. lonrf record". Of mediCftl
service congratulated the.Health
Director and his staff focj "car "carrying
rying "carrying on the high tradition of
Coll William Crawford Gorgas
for whom the hospital Js namea.
, His letter follows:.
"On th occasion of the 75th
annlversarv of the founding -of
Gorgas. Hospltal,vI;.wsh to take
the opportunity, to; congratulate
you and : the fine staff at tGor-
eas for tneir ouutanamsr ac
complishment at this renowned
facility.,
'The distinguished history of
rna
Evidence In
A janiiress who works at the
Balboa Commissary today faced
the Balboa Magistrate on a
charge, of stealing a four-pound
chicken' from the commissary, v
' Testimony revealed that the
defendant, 43-year-old Aida K.
Johnson, had hidden -; a whole
chicken In the ladles' toilet- in
Balboa last Saturday at 11:30
a.m.' with the intention; she said,
of rominc back. for it '-later.
It was brought out in court
that even it she had wanted to
pay for the $254 chicken, she
couldn't do so because she told
police she eerily had cents In
her waUefc.i v :
- Today in court, the irate de-1"
fendant testified that the had
not told, the police the whole
stOTy, She maintained she car carried
ried carried a list of groceries she
needed, and $4 in bills In
handkerchief, which she put In
ier hrssiere.v V ; ?
.
Woodrow de Castro r-
"Do you always carry things
In your brassiere?'
Replied Aida:
rSr lST:. the' enmridas'arv
The rules ot tne commissary
"No just money
do not allow Panamanian em-
Bicycle Safety j
Class Starts v ;
At LoVRios,- ;
The Canal 'Zorle J Police- will
conduct a class in Bicycle safety
for all children of Los Rlos who
are seven years or older on Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Nov. IS. v :f
The class will be held at the
bicycle course on Anton Street
near the playground., c
Those who wish to take part
'are asked to bring a slip of pa-
H.l W .hall, nam., in.t n.n

for tht eonvanltnca of thot

tho throe-cent Corgas Hos-
Gorgas Hospital is so well known
that it need not be repeatea.
"The significant feature t or
this anniversary, to me, is the
fact that you and the others
in the Health Bureau are not
nnlv rarrvlnr nn the treat tra
dition of Gorgas but are meet
ing the challenge of changing
conditions and new problems
with such high standards of
nrofessional competence.
"Unouestionably. the Canal
could not have been built and
successfully operated in its first
75 years without the service pro provided
vided provided by Gorgas Hospital. -
'!in providing that service the
hospital achieved a world-wide
reputation, and I am confident
that the next penoa or its nis nis-tory
tory nis-tory will be regarded with equal equally
ly equally high esteem."
CZ Schools Ready
'.". 1 ''.'i.tjr "flic r 1 .- '.v.
Tomorrow,. Friday
For All Visitors
The annual Visitors' Days will
bfr held tomorrow and Friday of
this week as part of the annual
observation, of Nationaf" Educai
htiorj week,- in .the 'Canabf Zpne
schools, h '(.. 'rv A-,1

Tomorrow will be Visitors' pay
the elememarv schools.
Last year,? nearly 5,000' tela tela-tiVes;
tiVes; tela-tiVes; friends and other Interest Interested
ed Interested persons visited the schools
during Visitors'- Day. which is
a highlight of the week both for
the students and the teachers, r
Some of the classes' will have
sneclal nrosframs: but, the ma
jority will go through a regular
school day in order to demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate the day-to-day workings
I of a normal class. 'yV ...
nicKen
Theft Trial
nlnvM hn sA Iri Panama tori
Purchase there, it was stated in
J . :
court. They are only permitted
to buy their lunch, which is then
placed in a bag, stapled at the
counter and paid for. They cani
not purchase any other' Items
except what they will eat tor
lunch under nenalty of losing
their jobs, a policeman tolc( the
court. f- 1
After learning this, Judge J ohn
s. Deming asked tne oerenoant:
"If you are caught then yon
lose your Job.1 So even lf;yoa
paid for the chicken you would
lose your job, then why should
von bother to nav for it?"
The question wa ? rephrased
several times before the deiena
ant could understand It. but she
did not reply directly.. She. kept
stressing the fact that she did
have money in her possession
with which to pay for the chick
en
The Judge decided, to take the
case under advisement until to-
was set ano tne.. case was con
tinued.
The chicken, which may have
once been frosen,.. Blowly de
to a paper bag' on the
. Xr,n-,tt,ri.mmr,riir
www irevwa aiMM

uomorrowwiape laum imafrshe felt a suitable-" settlement
in the condary j schools and, J,4 to makrthe upyi .work
Friday will -be Visitors' Day ltU,r the theft lngte;d mcceptting

AtlanticideTelephoneServices
NeclrlBack Normal After Flood;
Telephone service 'en the Atlantic tide waa almost back
te normal today after. having been disrupted by a, jecord jecord-'
' jecord-' breaking November flood last week. .
Repairs were completed te the main lines' Of the New
Cristobal area which had been oat of commisison.
There was etill some trouble with one of two cable lines
serviciag Gatnn, but Canal officials sai4 they expected It to-:,
fee completely fixed later today. P ': '
Some of the repairs, they stressed are only temporary,
kntll permanent repairs can fee completed. -. -,; -ijr
The flood felt hard at communication and transportation-
on the Atlantic aide, causing about fTS.IOt damage to
.the highway la waahouta. . .-X --J'':'

Hotel Washington To Be Operated
By American Hotel Corporation

-The American Hotel Corporation, which has been oper operating
ating operating the Hotel Naclonal in David, will soon take over the
management of the Hotel Washington In Colon, it was
learned todav from Official sources, i v-
' The Washington was one of the properties turned over
ti the nepublie ot Panama last Thursday by the United
"States. The transfer wag provided for In the Panama-United
States Treaty of 1955. ' ; u
1 Before deciding on aianagement firm 'or the Wash Washington
ington Washington It was announced, the national government' of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, studied a number of propositions made by local and
: foreign firms. : '-.

Cifunaways Must Work Out $100
Valuation of Thefts In Santa Clara

Charges against three American
teen-agers who broke into a home
in Santai Clara and made off with
over $100 worth ol food and other
items, were dropped in a Panama
court after the youths promised
to, comptyr with -certain conditions.
, It wasv Jearnea toaay inai me
three boys who were flown back
here Satorday from David were
questioned on Monday after being
held in Panama jail over the
week-end.
An American couDle. Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Hadstate, testified
in court that their house in Santa
Clara had been broken into. A 22-
caliber automatic pistol, some
food, liauor. clothes and $16 in sil
ver had been taken, they report
ed, i
The three boys, Louis J. Na Na-dreau
dreau Na-dreau end Donald Scarpaci
( tons $t Atlantic side Army
sergeants) ''and Donald J. Winn
(ion of ; CAA employe) admit
ted breaking inte the house by
cutting a tscreenj. They said they,,
needed the feed afKL;tlothes,e
-cauf thehad Tn AiHf frsTJ
home without imoney'f,3'""'"3 f
Mrs. Dorothy Hadstate Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas .Hospital nurse, said today
restitution trom the fafliers of the
trio. The three fathers; had offer offered
ed offered to pay her for damages;
Tne condition then imposed Dy
the Judge was that f the youths
work each Weekend It the Had Had-states'
states' Had-states' home in Santa Clara until
the, value of the property stolen
is restored. s
Only the pistol was recovered.
It was found in the 'possession of
tne... boys when they 'were picked
up at tne ranama-uosta Kica
border. The Weapon aroused
National Guardsmen's suspicion.
Since the National Guard had
been notified of the houe-brk-Ing
incident, they; asked that
the youth be tunned ever te
them for questioning on Satur.
tir, after they wer flown to
Ft. Kobbe in an Army plane..
Mrs. Hadstate. who runs a kiosk
at the Santa Clara beach, told the
court that all of ler stock of can-
M '. ....h.. ..j ..
dy, cigarettes and gum was taken
n addition to m m silver which
-f-
iting In
Sentences For
One of two women charged
with soliciting last night said to today
day today in Balboa Magistrate's, Court
that she had to support her 18 18-day
day 18-day old baby girt
The other was staunchly de defended
fended defended by a Panama attorney
who told the court that he knew
she was not a bad girl" but was
driven by loneliness and the de desire
sire desire to take care of her two-year-old
daughter.
Judge John. E. Deming found
each of the two defendants, Ma
ria de Jesus Herrera, 24, and Gra
ciela Gonzalez, 27, guilty of va
grancy, but suspended, sentence
in each case and placed them on
one year probation...
Canal Zone policeman E.. V.
Amason had -a busy night, ac according
cording according to testimony he offered
in court -".

he kent around the house. Her

husband reoorted some of his
clothes were stolen also.
Charees affamst the then agers
were dropped on condition mat
they carry out the terms of the
punishment imposed. ; They will
spend several weekends working
at Santa uara. ine tamer oi one
of the boys confirmed this today.
He said: "I Know the Boys
have learned a lesson. I'm sure
they won't ever let it happen a-
gain."
The Gorgas Hospital nurse who
said the she refused to press
charges against the trio added
with a sigh:
"T feel very sorry for them."
Outside observers said the Ca
nal Zone youths were very fortu
nate, since they could have been
charged with burglary, a felony
punishable as a penitentiary of offense.,
fense., offense., 'i f:h
Korean Prowl6r?j
f-lPTJSAN, Korea", tfov, 13 (UP-A

Korean prowler shot rm& faftallyiwmipnae nt is to be -converted to

wounded a 29-year-old U.S.-Army
OffiCeMn his, quarters today. ;
; The olncer defended himself and
succeeded in wounding his assail assailant,
ant, assailant, who was captured later, the
Army said. . :.'.' s
When found by military police
who followed a trail of blood," the
unidentified Korean was carrying
the victim's billfold.
, The name of the officer was
withheld pending notification ot
kin.
Two CIS Stabbed
In Back By Koreans
SEOUL, Korea, Nov 13 (UP) -1
Two American soldiers were stab
bed in the back yesterday during
a fight with several, Korean civil civilians,
ians, civilians, the U.S. Army said today.
Both men were in good condition
at the 43rd Station Hospital. The
Army identified them as Pfc. Har Harvey
vey Harvey L. Stryon,' Robertsdale, Ala.,
and SP3 James M. Tweety, Apo Apo-mattox,
mattox, Apo-mattox, Va.
One Korean was arrested.
Ancon Ends

Lonely Widow New Mother

At 8:15 p.m. he was cruising
In his car around Shaler Road
when Maria apparently offer-
ed to give him a good time for
S3.' '
Panama attorney Carlos Mo Morales
rales Morales appeared for the defend defendant
ant defendant and stated that he had
known the girl for several year?,
since she had been the common common-law
law common-law wife of a friend of his who
left for the States shortly after
she gave birth to a girl. j
"To the best of my knowledge,
I have never seen her with a man
since then," he told the court
'"She's a hard-working girl
who washes big bundles of laun laundry
dry laundry for $2 a day to support her
daughter. I know she is not bad,
but maybe 1 o n esome." ; He
thought the incident might have
been a case of a "misunder "misunderstanding."
standing." "misunderstanding."
The Judge said he was giving
her a chance, because It was her
first offense, and also because
Morales vouched for her. .:
- After bringing the girl Into
the police station, where she
was booked. Amason returned
to Ancon and parked near the
Masonic Temple. It waa about
9:30 pjn, by then. v
He said two girls called to
him to take them for a ride,
and when they got into his car
asked that he find a friend for
them so they could make up
two couples.
Amason said he pretended
to fee looking for a friend,
but finally told the girls:
"Looks like all ay friends are
' Out." v '- i
After driving around Ancon

TV Tower
Rises Anew
on Ancon Hill

Members of the 518th Engineer
Company had reached a height
of 80 feet by today in construct construct-lnsf
lnsf construct-lnsf the new 204-ft. television
tower on the top or Ancon hui,
TJSARCARIB authorities said.
It is expected that tower will
be completed by early next week.
Technicians of the U.S. Army
Signal Service will then install
TV and microwave units on the
tower.
Meanwhile, the TV and micro microwave
wave microwave equipment is being oper operated
ated operated temporarily from the top of
the transmitter building on the
top of Ancon HJ11.
, The construction job is being
supervised by 1st Lt. Von W.
Freeman of the Army Signal
Service.
The new tower was flown from
the States last week.
Inspectors found the old tower
unfit for rebuilding as a TV
mast, though parts of lt can be
utilized for other Army purpos purposes.
es. purposes. The original tower, erected
some 18 months ago, was demol demolished
ished demolished on Halloween at midnight
when a' contractor's truck acci
dentally backed into one of its
guy-wires.
60-Cycle Conversion
Slam On Pacific ;
Sift In Fcfcrpy
hose
frequency sensitive electrical
60-cycle under the Pacific Area
conversion, contracts nave Deen
reminded to notify, the Power
Conversion Projects Office at
Balboa Heights of any new
equipment Installed since an In Inventory
ventory Inventory was made. -4-
The' Contractor for this work,
the consolidated International
Electric Company, Inc., has no notified
tified notified Canal authorities that lt is
planned to begin the conversion
of domestic equipment about the
middle! of February. The exact
prograhi for the various areas
schedules for the conversion
will be announced later.
All residents were furnished
with conies of the Inventories of
their frequency-sensitive equip
ment and these should be cnecK
ed to determine if any changes
are required,
It is important that changes
or hew Equipment be listed
promptly so that, replacement
orders canibe made early. For
inal notice In writing should be
made to the Power conversion
project oince at aaipoa Heignts.
In Suspended
a while, one of the girls asked
to be let out near the Kool Spot
Restaurant! The one who re remained
mained remained was defendant Gonza Gonzalez.
lez. Gonzalez. Dressed neatly In white, the
Panamanian- woman said that
she had an 18-day-old baby at
home whom she was trying to
support)
Judge Deming. then asked
that she be examined by a
nurse at the first-aid station
to corroborate her story..
After a 30-minnte interval,
police returned and stated
that the nurse confirmed the
woman had given birth with with-ln
ln with-ln the last two weeks.
She also received a suspend suspended
ed suspended sentence and a warning not
to repeat the offense.
Safe Landing
'CHR1STCHURCH, New Zealand,
Nov. 13 (UP) A Navy R4D ski
plane with six men aboard landed
safely on one engine too ay on me
Deepfreeze headquarters at Mc Mc-Murdo,
Murdo, Mc-Murdo, a message from the Ant
arctic said.
The twin-engine transport i de developed
veloped developed Engine trouble en route to
McMurdo from Little America, the
Ameriean station some 500 miles
east of McMurdo across the Ross
Sea.
The Navy message said Pilot Lt.
Cmdr.' Harvey G. Speed, of Mus Muskegon;
kegon; Muskegon; Mich., landed the plane
safely and. that none of the six
persons aboard was injured

Ol-

Prosecutor Talks

Of

Hugs,

Communist Links

Emphasis in the assassination trial wandered today
from the direct issue of who pulled the trigger of Ah
machinegun which cut down President Jose A. Remon to:
I, The fact that defendants Ruben O. Miro and,Ro
dolfo St. Malo smile and talk to each other, and exchange
brotherly hugs, indicating they were fellow plotters "a "a-gainst
gainst "a-gainst Remon, and
-2. Whether special prosecutor Romulo Escobar Be Be-thancourt
thancourt Be-thancourt once wrote a poem calling for Remon's head

on a silver platter.
The events of the fatal night of Jan. 2t 1955, when
Remon was slain out of the darkness at Juan Franco race
track, receded into the background in the face of these.

issues.
Observers noted that, for

trial so far, the self-assured Miro has smiled at, talked to
and embraced anyone who would cooperate In these op operations
erations operations including his heavily-armed guards.'

- Escobar Bethancourt, w h o is
spepial prosecutor for the Remon
family, against St. Malo, endeavor endeavored
ed endeavored to counter in advance any attack-
St. 1 Malo's attorney, Guiller Guiller-mo
mo Guiller-mo Marques Briceno, r might 1 be
planning to make on the special
prosecutor1, -af-a.' former.- Commu-
iVrtiiK.."iit
Escobar ILetr.Aftcfourt
admitted that- ha had once belong
ed to the Communist copies rar rar-ty'
ty' rar-ty' fPartido del Pueblo One of his
fellow members, he, noted, was
Juan Materno Vasquez, tow a col colleague
league colleague 4f Marquez Brleeno at the
trial Ind spokesm lor St.; Malo.
Yesterday afternoon's session of
the trial was cancelled because of
the illness of juror A'.iss ineida
Sagel.'' ';. -.'; .', "''v; i, -Escobar
Bathancourf ; charged
that Marques Bricano had an an-nounced
nounced an-nounced that he wooldjlve $100
for a copy of the book in which
the poem had been published.
He presented a copy of it to the
jury for their perusal and then
went into an analysis of the de defendants
fendants defendants claim that they had
been coerced or threatened into
contesting.- ,' ri.
The 31 year old special prose
cutor contended that if Miro's
charges against St. .Malo, a busi
nessman charged with being the
intermediary between ilegea trig trig-germ
germ trig-germ an Miro and convicted ex ex-Presideht
Presideht ex-Presideht Jose Ramon Guizado,
were false St. Malo would not be
wearing the smiling countenance
he sports in the prisoner's dock
and would not be so friendly with
Miro during the- brief recess per periods
iods periods called by the judge.
Just as special prosecutor Luis
C. Abrahams, who is prosecuting
the still nonchalant .Viiro lor the
Kemon family, made frequent re
(erences to the other defendants
in his summation. KscoDar tie-
thancourt used statements t &t.
Malo's fellow defendants to build
up his case againstt he business
man.
Hit many references te Luis
Edgardo Tojada, the former ca ca-denr
denr ca-denr who toid to Mire the gun he
tmuggled out of Guatemala,
were obected to by the cadets'
lawyer, Luit Moraiet Herrera,
but hit objections warn overrul overruled
ed overruled by Judge Angel Vitelio do
Cracia.
Escooar Bethancourt apologized
to Morales Herrera, who ia also
defending former cadet i.uis c
hernanoez, lor having lo mention
his clients, saying he had no ui ui-leution
leution ui-leution oi prosecuting them,' but
had to refer to their uatimony in
order to draw a clear picture of
the case for the jury.
The young protecuter is not not-exeected
exeected not-exeected to wind up hit iimmi.
tion until tomorrow, when the
firtt te take the floor tor the to
feme will be Rigobarte Redri
guet Emilieni, Mrre'a spokes.
man.
Rodriguez E milium and Vasquez
both took occasional uotes today
as Escobar Bethannmrt spoke to
the jury. Miro's lawyer, Ramon
Palacios, today failed to show up
for the morning session for the
third day in a row, but all the
other lawyera were to their places.

Escobar Bethancourt pointed outjf;'izabeth open the insurance

'that St. Malo is on trial because
Miro made grave charges against
him and because these charges j
have been substantiated by other
evidence
He emphasized that it is only
natural for the defendants te
mefco retrectient beceeM they
"are linked aurctively ta.rhi

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Poem,
the 24-day duration of the
case
their ihillow oefeodantt In or order
der order to defend thenuelvet.
He added that when Miro de
fends Guizado, who was convicted
and sentenced on the basis of Mi-.
ro's confession, the alleged trigger;

man is really dctenriing himself.'
The young prosecutor said wbe.v
Miro fust, corf' ,fd to, the ajsaj-,
sination,: impiiuMiing. nobody 5v b ut
himself, his intentions were to mis

lead the investigators by conceal-.,;
ins other evidence, which he fear
ed would have greater legal val-
ued than his own confession. '
However, the prosecutor ssid,
when he? was. confronted with Te-'
jada's testimony, Miro realized
that he had been mistaken and,
feeling that he had. been cheated,
decided to make concrete charges
against Guizado, and St. Malo, With
whom he had 'plotted the assas assassination
sination assassination of President Remon. "f i
Escobar Bethancourt was still
speaking when the morning -session
was recessed until, this after after-noon
noon after-noon at 3:30. --i;v,v, .,;''v.
Army Missile Hecdj Hecdj-Called
Called Hecdj-Called To Canifoliy
For Missile Talks
WASHINGTON. Nov.; 13 (UP
Two top Army space-mjsslle
experts have been summoned
here for ure-ent conference Ito
morrow on the launching -of .in
American-made satellite.
At the same time, the tjnKed
States is pounding home that-a
key locations all over the, world :
it has nuclear weapons ready en
Instant notice to deliver a-inas-slve
counterblow should Russia
launch a surprise attack wi,tjh
ballistic missiles.
The two developments put the
nation farther out in seizing the
propaganda offensive from Rus
sia as President Elsenhower pre prepared
pared prepared tonight to deliver a second
"chins up' science and security
speech, at Omaha, Neb. ..
Called to map plans, with the
DentAiron and the National Acad
emy of Science- On the, satellite
report were German-norn ioc5
scientist Dr. Wernher Von Bran a
and; Maj. Gert. Jphn.B.. Mendar Mendar-M;
M; Mendar-M; commander of the Armv's
HiinUville, Ala.allistlc Missile
Center. '
There was : nd, i n d 1 cation
whether their presence would
mean a speed-up lri" the placing
of a full-instrumented satellite -up
with the Soviet sputniks. That
is scheduled under 'the' Navy -non-military
"vanguard' proj project
ect project for next Spring. Launchinge
of six-pound test -satellites are
set for next montlv:-,f-" .-
'''
Lloyds Takes
No Chances ;t;
London;' Nov. islvvy-Uayb
of London took no, chances today
or Dlans to nave- vueen naiaer
jj;
rm's new building here Xhurs-
a3V
Lloyds had itself Insured against
the ceremony being cancelled by
earthquake, flood,-lightning or act'
God.
-Company officials refused to f
what other firm cold the 1
suraace.

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loaaf aay. Letter are, aubllihed in tha ardar raaaivad. w.-
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EMPLOYES
uBir.

i u u j, nn.n riUr.iiislon at a
tv. fniinwino was the schedule of an open discussion at a

'recent Rotary Club meeting, held at the Strange" Club Colon.
j "It is our opening Piemise that employes are people sim a i
.i..;. mninvi.rs oni that all successful management is duih

'TO men ---- -
ittiound the proper nancuing oi
'their employes so ai. to obtain
,tion. An attitude of eniignieuea
cnicve ihis.
"iaj Is mere a Ganger m me
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ty 111 allowing humai. cons:aerauuns ui
. iv. aiit'n pmnloves.1

(b) How liiRnv hours per
maxinium productivity is to be

"to Are mid-morning ana mia-neruuun cuncc ua .. lue reoeis wm men Dnng in, a a-trest
trest a-trest periods conducive to efficiency? nong other things, the transcripts
1 "id) Do stores that remain open for 12 hours a day sell 5u o the McClellan committee hear hear-toer
toer hear-toer cent more than those that remain open only lor eight hours? ugs.
y .. ..mntinnc ht. hnsprf nn juniority or on merit? They will throw on the trial ta-

?.' finPI nrnvioinc emnioyes

Grievances encourag tnem to grumble needlessly?
reygfoe tUheLdday siesta contribute to the employe's

-.nciency ouim8 iu. .v
ons wnUPPly to
ployes who suck oy mtm wa
uratltude when a case merits it.
f I iiope the discuEsion opened

'Who seldom tnink 01 uieiv employes.
Employes Are Hunyn
) UNITED FUND
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Sir:
i Of all the silly letters I have read, the one written by "An
Urate Mother" (Mail Box, Nov. 10) takes the cake
i Had she been given such lessons In responsibility and social
welfare as a chlld. jhe.might be able to take a broader view 3t
the collection made by the United Fund at the schools. One f
the hardest things a paien: oi teacher has to teach is unselfish unselfish-iiifss.1
iiifss.1 unselfish-iiifss.1 This -opportunity to teach children to help others and
Jhemselves is a rare one
The united fund Is made up of many agencies, some char charitable
itable charitable some of community value. Nobody regards the Scouts as
1 charity, but nobody denies that they are an asset to the com com-Jmunitv.'
Jmunitv.' com-Jmunitv.' Children understand that -money is needed to run any
organization, even if their parents -live in a dream world and
Ithink that the' wherewivhaU can be found without their help,
5 When i expumed to my child that he was to use his own
Inonev to help "poor chilmen" he was delighted. He chose the
Mm,mi Mmif inn then after we talked a little more about

She specific problems of some handicapped children, he went
taclc and took some mere out of his precious hank,
"T iru.i .i.hk urhAVt Va nA vlnc hi -OfAVer A h added ,rTh8hK

fou God for not making me poor, and for keeping me well,: and
giving me two -arms and two legs." - '
7 Perhaps "An Irate Mother", would rather protect, her child
Irom the knowledge that there -are -people, less fortunate than
Siimself, but what good will livihg'ln this fool's paradise do him?
He would do better to rccept the fact-that there are, aud-face
Vp-to his responsibilities, even if it means digging into the
1 clRsry bunk ,,,('
After ail this is a practical way to give thanks for; Pur bless-
nSS- Grateful Mother

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Sir;
wiV .... i, -
1 I have been listening to and reading the arguments pro and
Son the announcers at CFN, and Sunday night I was aPPaed
Sfthe pathetic news broadcasting of the 11 o'clock news.. The
nnouncer not only die not know what he was reading, but ;t
evas apparent tha he had not read his script before going on
She" air. This lad wa. a sailor, and wa? really at sea. He would
tut.if slammer, repeat words, and mispronounce so many of

av.m that. it. was difficult to

fop of that he would every now and then squint at his script
&nd shake It as if he were trying to shake something off tha
?fiPMy boy the word Italian is not pronounced Eye-tallan. When
Inferring to the German Socialist Party, it is not the German
SsnriaHto Partv. Pronouncme dictionaries are available, and

houid be on file in all radio stations. Come on, Jim Patterson,
3et's start a school for these assassins of the English language.
Z T.utr t.n ycn Some of their staff are Americans, such as

ftn Worcester. Chuck Walsh, AI
Sire Panamanians, such as Dave
Wa.Mf t ha: flnnminrrs ran
twords correctly, the men at CFN
t rum mv however, that Joe

3, not includeu in any criticism I make of .the rest of the staff.
HBome of the others have sound boxes which sound as if they
Ijiave avpermaium cold. Let's get the men to match the sta station's
tion's station's fine equipment. I'm for hetter listening and improved
"ppeech
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My advice to all grumblers,
JCFN and CFN-TV: Aw, shut up.
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with opportunities to present
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the minds of many employers
AND FURY
follow the gist of the news- On
Guldet. Kathy and so on. Some
Constable and Conrado Sar-
.nalr nrODPrlv And trOHOUnce
should be able to do the same,
Dalv is the best on CFN, and
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Comment
By VICTOR
Dava Back, who fata ha a
yo-yo quality, may yat find him him-If
If him-If ena of tha "udgai" pretid pretid-Ing
Ing pretid-Ing avar an official trial of Jamat
R. Hoff. Back may ba a lama
duck pretident, but hi control
of tha Tamitars Union hi not
gone limp.
As Teamo president which he
may be lor quite a 'while he is
presiding officer df this union's
highest trial court. And there are
I lose inside the Teamsters who
are carefully preparing to haul
Hoffa up on charges, and actually
seek nis ouster irom the Team
sters Union.
Such charges must be filed with
t ie union's Executive Board, which
tne trial ooard lor any of its
members brought up on charges.
J, lie re Del band, now in Washing
lton is drawing up its bitter charges
th. t.i. ou
lutia. which the federal courts now
w the Uw Qf MR.
tUai r;i.
rebels take their Emile Zola
nee, they'll do it under Article
Section 6, "Trials and Appeals.
L. tne xz in
listed grounds for charees.
i c lotti win be shouted most loud-
y.
i mi ciauia says rnar a laam-
tr can b irimA at "Artlvltiaa
... ...
which tnd to bring the local or
Ith4 International into disrepute.
tie the findings and judgment of
Joe a l uo Ethical Practices
J--ft-
jirludin, some who were'- his
They will point to an angered
Lublic which 1H hpfnr ha.
public which seldom before has
risen as one man against one man,
as in Hoffa 's case today.
Tha anti Hoffa force believe
they have evidence to prove that
fully 1100 of tha 1208 delegates
who voted for him at tha Miami
Beach convention of the Teamos
ware unconstitutionally elected.
Tha McClallan committee's rec record
ord record tupport this.
Remember that Sen. McClellan
dispatched a letter to all 891 team
sters locals last month asking
them for complete data on the e e-Jection
Jection e-Jection of delegates. The Senate
committee has received returns
.rom hundreds of these locals, and
neither Sen. McClellan nor the
committee counsel, Bob Kennedy,
makes a' secret: of what nhnwpH
up. Close to 80 percent of, the del
egates listen on me returned lorms
were clearly unconstitutionally
chosen.
I presume that evidence is as
valid as the credence thn iuAaa
and jury put into it. In this

JWie "judge" and "jury" will be
3fceTeanster leaders choseifbaek

in 1952 at their Los Angeles Con Contention.
tention. Contention. That Executive Board has
i)n it men whom Hoffa purged and
uirusi asiue at tne controversial
convention in Miami Beach last
month.
NOW thev arid Ttflplr ara hoina
kept in office by the federal courts
and will remain until the matter is
settled by trial and then by a
peals which will run on for months
starting Nov. ,26 in Washington.
nuuuig muse upon wnom Jim
loffa turned his hack m n.
Beck, still -k with the fnntwnrk
though he t :s into the rin e with
much extra jundage under his
straining be.i.
- Back and Hoffa still ara food- 1
ing. At tha lat ion af the
Taamttar Executive Beard in
Washington the other dy Back
Mid, "Look, Jimmie, why don't
wa just arrange to run a new
convention?"
Hoffa disposed of that quickly.
Now he may find, himself on trial
beiOre Beck's board.. Beck, under
the" constitution, has the power to
appoint a special trial panel to
process charges against any Board
member. Section Five of Articlp
13, says:
In any case, where a trial be before
fore before the General Executive Board
of the International Brotherhood
is reauired under th nrnvisinn of
tilix ronctitnHnn anr. ti-j
ihave such trial coducted before
a panel appointed by the General
President. .consisting of one or
more disinterested members there there-o
o there-o This panel shall act on behalf
of such Board in the holding of
Hearings ana me talcing 0: evi
dence and, following the conclu
sion of nearings before it, shall
make a lull reDort in writine in.
eluding findings and such recom
mendations for disciplinary action,
if any, the Board it9elf is to take."
Even if Hofi'a 1 not Hi
Beck could leave his mark of sor
row on his former lieutenant.
mm
There are about 2,500 state,
district and county fairs held
annually in the United States.
Tho hiceest state fair is that
of Minnesota, held at the
northern edge of St. Paul.
: ery year about 600,000 peo-
attend the Minnesota Stat
ir. Fair 'date from very'
1v time, when caravan
uns from the East et up
op in convenient center to
:I1 their merchandise.

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Jubi the other day in London

two child-murderers went to jail
for life. One man had given se
ven-month notice of his intent to
kill a child. The other was such
a creep that children in his neigh
borhood were warned not to go
near him.
It took two and a half minutes
to sentence both men both of
whom pleaded guilty on counsel's
advice.
The fathers of four-year-old Ed-
wina and seven-year-old Allan ne
ver have met. Both are of a mind
to abolish the anti-hanging laws
in (Britain. Both are beginning a
caiifpaign in, so to speak, memo memo-ria
ria memo-ria of children who wili not play
again on this earth.
Both bereaved fathers went a
law which may possibly deter sex
ual criminals from 1 killmg the
young.' The Want the4 guilty Ones
t hamori with1"- good behaMoi
!. i 4U. 41.-' SlJi rl
and that' is the only word to des
cribe them will be free again, to
assault and rape and kill again,
h) 10 years.
The killer of little Allan Warren j
was first convicted for indecent
assault in 1948, for attacking an
eight-year-old boy. In 1950 he was
convicted for indecently assault
ing a 11-year-old boy. In 1953 he
drevir three years for indecently
assaulting a 12-year-old boy.
After he ha3 killed Allan War Warren,
ren, Warren, he tried to commit suicide,
but in the gas-filled kitchen there
was another 12-year-old boy
whom he had abducted. This, five
days after a murder: An attempt attempted
ed attempted suicide and a confession-note
to his mother. In most cases the
technique was the same: An in invitation
vitation invitation to take aride in a car.
The killer' of foUr-year-old Ed Ed-wina
wina Ed-wina Taylor -had already experi experienced
enced experienced custody, both of the mental
and police variety. He had been
in an insane asylum. He had been
tried and paroled for obscene let letters
ters letters and threatening plots to kill
his wife and any small child.
He was on a two year parole
when he murdered the small Ed Ed-wina.
wina. Ed-wina. He kept the child's body in
a coal cellar for five days after
he killed her, and once went back
for a look. Then he wrote a con confession
fession confession letter and held it in the
pocket of his working clothes for
days. True to his promise to kill
the child, he had kept a dog handy
to lure the haby to "play."
And these men, Derrick Ed Ed-wardson
wardson Ed-wardson and Horace Edwards, go
to prison with an "average chance"
according to the British Home Of Office,
fice, Office, of being loose again in 10
years.
The fact that this barbarity oc occurs
curs occurs in England (toes not neces necessarily
sarily necessarily remove 4t- from American
consideration.. We have been head heading
ing heading surely and swiftlv toward un undue
due undue compassion for the criminal,
after the victim is dead in the
morgue, with sociologieal attempts
to explain what made the mur murderer
derer murderer act that way.
He is insane, sure. He had an
unhappy childhood, sure. Nobody
oves him, sure. So you excuse
lim and do not deter his fellows
rom following his example. The
ame applies to boy murderes who
re described as "youths." or "m
'Oiided" as the results .or unhappy
"tomes. A current magazine lists
A bibliography of murders which
were committed for no known rea-
- sons. Except that some people want
io kill some other people, and ge generally
nerally generally strangers, at that
This h very hard on the corpse.
i polled, the corpse might ex express
press express an eager desire to live.
- I go along with the father of
the lattf Edwina Taylor, who 'will
' never go bird-nesting or berry berry-licking
licking berry-licking again. Mr. Taylor, who is
eeking a return of capital punish punishment
ment punishment for murder of the innocent,
ays: "I ay immediately atter
i man indecently assaults a child
i he should he segregated removed

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' LOS ANGELES-Harry Truman
Kounced all over Los Angeles just
at the time the Republicans pull pulled
ed pulled what the Democrats called their
"Khrushchev puree of Zhukov
act" in other words, their purge
of Gov-. Goodwin Knight.
He. went outot Kisncyiand to
get a little practice in being a
grandfather even though it will
be many months before his Den Dennis
nis Dennis ets out of diapers And he
spent some time advising fellow
Democrats how to win the next
election.
To a very select firouo of friends
he even discussed the Little Rock
crisis and the firing of Gen. Dou Douglas
glas Douglas Mac Arthur.
"I called in two men beiore i
fired MacArthur Dean Acheson
and Gen. George Marshall and
asked their advice,!' he said, "Dean
Acheson said MacArthur should
have been; fired long' ago.
"(But Marshall Said: 'You should
fire him, but he's got millions of
friends. There would be a f very
bad public reaction. ?;
"So I told Marshall: 'George, you
go out between now and tomorrow
afternoon and taut to people au
kinds of people. And you come
back here tomorrow afternoon and
tell me what you think,,
The next day, Truman said,
Marshall came back and reported:
"Mr. President you should have
fired him long before this. The
people will support you." i
Musing about the aftermaths
of his firing of MacArthur, Tru
man continued, I dont pretena
to be as creat. but two other Pre
sidents faced the same problem
with Generals of the Army.
"There was Abraham Lincoln
who had to Jire three generals;
and there was McKinley who had
to fire an officer during the Spanish-American
'war He was very
popular, but McKinley fired him
anyway.
"He had to. if he was going to
keep the respect of the nation."
LESSON IN POLITICS'
Pal Brown. California Attorney
General who is running for go governor
vernor governor against Sen. Bill Knowland,
Republican, asked Truman wheth whether
er whether he know Gov. Orval Faubus of
Ar W 3 n s 3 s
"T Wnnw him. and I've thought
highly of him," replied the former
President, "Dut someone soia mm
a wrone bill of eoods. If the same
thing had happened while I was
in the White House, I would have
stopped it like ..tins."
He snapped bis lingers.
When Rrown, asked Truman for
advise on running ( bis campaign
m 1 -1 J
lor governor, irumaji aeuver eu
a Wtiii-e on nnlitics which would
have been a lesson for any candi candidate,
date, candidate, whether for city commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, .orv vic president
, .you've gOI,vo conaucims cam;
paign, he said, referring to the
race for governor of California,
"as if it was a presidential cam campaign.
paign. campaign. No state today is more vital
than caluonia. we've got io win.
Truman then advised Brown to
orst nrffanrzed right doWli to the
(precinct workers. "Slake sure you
have cierxs ax every pou, ne aaa aaa-ed.
ed. aaa-ed. "Don't let 'em steal any votts
away from him.
"And never mention your op-
nnnent'x name." he cautioned.
"That int ptVps him nublicitv. At
tack what he stands for, but do
not mention him Dy name."
ffom the rest of society and con contact
tact contact with children.
"At home I have left my wife
and my other child, Mark, who is
two. Only I know my wife's grief
in the night. Only my wife and I
see Mark pick up something be belonging
longing belonging to Edwina then put it
away for the day he' thinks she
will return."
Meantime, the man who gave
a seven-month notice on the
crime is telling his fellow creeps
in jail all about it. Hanging's too
good. They ought to think up some something
thing something tougher, and make it man mandatory.
datory. mandatory.
A graceful pattern
that will inspire
you to $et a
beautiful table
every day.
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Brown said one of the first things
he intended, to do wag Invite Mr.
Truman to come out and -.- tour
the state with him ia J958"t Some
observers claim that' Truman did
little i speaking for Adlai Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson because Stevenson didn't ask
him. ;,'
"I'm going to consider you my
chief campaign manager," Brown
told him. 1(, w ;
KNOWLAND'S TRUAAP CARDS
Bill Knowland has a couple of
trump cards up his sleeve in his
race for governor of ..California
and beyond it to the White House
if he makes the first hurdle.-
One is that he has an arrange

ment with Sen. John McClellan v

of Arkansas to take his Rackets
Committee out to California lor
a 'full-dress probe to west' "coast -labor.
l
Knowland has been for the
"right to work" bill which Govern-
or Knight has opposed. In his. race
for governor, therefore, the vote
is expected to go for the Democrat,
Pat Brown, and against Knowlnad.
However, Knowland jwill play
down his former, advocacy of the
right-to'work bill and- -will cam campaign
paign campaign on an issue of ''Democracy
in Labor Unions."
fie will advocate the 'right of la la-boi
boi la-boi to elect their own leaders, and
will demand protection for wel-.
fare funds., This is generally po popular
pular popular with, labor -and should win
even Knowland some labor votes."
The California Attorney Gener-"
al's office is taking a look at the
Knight withdrawal in favor oJ
Knowland to see if any "pecunia "pecuniary
ry "pecuniary or other consideration" waj
involved. If so, it migiil be illegal
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Joe Hanley of New Vork. eof out.t

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER IS 1957

;"':'E

Menagerie,

1 Hibernating 'i 1 Cwnmanded
animal JDieoH v

ft nicer oddts

4 RepeUttonV
Membranous
J nMirh

Ascended

Stitch

13 Jason's ship
(myth.)
Illusion.
U Canton in

.Swltaerlana

WFoodP..,.vBBtaetf

17 Greedy be ;k in Graat Lake
18 Worms iif-iaehair
21 rood flih ich.mlcl

MBMtaU'i lament

24 Conditions

27 Hortt'l.ntrV

hairs

H Answer torrevioua ruuw
I mTRsrasi HTTb-14&l
I reoksp sua
-J rilo r f it e5s m 5 gSl
tXfe M Is l- C (JVJ
'T5vtIe5z35 ..ft
j -h, .?" r it N O R; A

w r 5 "K Pfcll SH
, ; sEEsw lSHe A TiEl

,eve a

41 Tigen, for
, initaoce
47 Wild ox of
Celebea
48 Christmas

ong

M Serene
si Crown

MMufoof

astronomy

MLMt

17 Nub '

38 Augment

MHatt
UMarfoart
43 Greek letter
44 Swiss
mountain
48 Long, narrow
valleys
4 Follow .-.
S3 Blackbird of
.., cuckoo famil:

84 Civic minded

group
MWtUht

manure

17 Devices used

by toilers
88 Decree
58 Droop
60 Singer,
France
8 Chimney

, 80 Tailless
rodents
22 Cripples
24 Notion
.uaSDiscpvtr

1 28 Antiseptic

, solution
30 Falsehoods

33 Shada of pmit su uo oy
3S Jack the 81 Two-toed
40 Sampled loth
43 Great artery 82 Italian city
45 inhale 88 Masculine
sharply appellation

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TZZZZZZ
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Limkemann To Speak
On 'Rediscovery
Of Bible' At YMCA

The final lecture to the serie
"Six Evenings With" the. Bible;

will he held at the BaiDoa rj.ss.
C.Z.-U.S.O. tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
S T. ...v,4..t nt tied 'The Re-

MYZZZ.mZ"SZ Mhta bv the

ReV. J. V. Limkemann a distinc distinc-tibh
tibh distinc-tibh wiU be drawn between a care careful
ful careful study'wf the Bible m contrast
t(j its undritical use.
What attitude toward the Bible
may an intelligent person .living
in mid 20th century take? How
may the Bible be rediscovered, as
if .. h,w ha it been rediscov

ered are questions that will enter
the discussion.
The film'strip "The Good Book
Will be shown. It vividly portrays

rdany 4mportant events w-uie-vtlopmenfeol
the Bible and it in in-fhience
fhience in-fhience on. the-' historv Anien-

f L..i-. ltw Vail 4BA1WT9rV

of the Central. America Agency of
American Bible Society sine 1951.
I July' he represented the- local

agency anne urateo oiu oocie oocie-iieu'
iieu' oocie-iieu' Conferenco in Bmil Where
28 National Bible Societies ,'with
Work in 100 countries 1 convened.
The meeting is open to the pub public
lic public without charge.
East German Ms
toy Tiphlen6rip
On East Berlin
BERLIN, Nov. 13 (UP)- East
German communist today threat threatened
ened threatened to tighten their grip on iso isolated
lated isolated Westl Berlin...

: The official communisi rarty
condemned the western outpost
- it a hotbed of anti-communist
agitation against the Soviet zone.
Jit said "controls and other se security
curity security measures" were necessary

to protect least uermany against

est Berlin. f
Tha rtovrmnhnpr nHitnrinl snnear-

d to support western fears that
the communists might be plan planning
ning planning new interference with the
cjty's lifelines to the west.
West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt
several times has warned in the
last few weeks there are signs
the communists might attempt to
isolate the western sectors.
The Neues Deutschland said
the same anti-communist in West
Berlin who plot against East Ger Germany
many Germany complain '.'when controls,
and other security measures are
carried out."

'The Body' McDonald

Collapses On Plane

In Flu

Radio 'Mbscbw Nils Back
i I l ; u

At Ken nan's Russia Talks

ii

vnnr VABV "WrtV: IS IITP .m-

I Actress-singer Mane (The Body)

:...t k..a tnrlav aboard a trans-

conUnenUl airBnei that made an
unscheduled atop at Denver to the

Knuld receive emergency t uti-

ment. ,.,..- r j

ur.m utrTir.nrtA alio was treated

by anairport physician here ana
then was rushed -to the Plaza
Hotel, where sh la due to opeflt f

.invfnff naa0ment tomorruw..

The actress, wno naa maue
:. u n..t hv marrviner and dl.

ill MIC -J
vorcing the same man jwice and
claiming: she waa kidnaped and

dumped on uie vauiuui
,, Ttanvmr detor'a .advice

to say In Denver Jor treatment.

. "I refusea Because i du u
. xt... VrV n fulfill ItlV COm-

mitmenta,' the, ; statuesque blonde
said.' K,-i-til;"&Kt
Miss McDonald and 47 otheftaa-'
sengers left Los Angeles last night
T-..iM,riA Airline Fliffht 90

that was to have, been; non-stop

trip to New York, snoruy aner-w:

ilane left Los Angeies, aus u-

t..M AMmn oinran ni imiiiv ill. a

stewardess consulted? pilot David
Selby and lie decided to seek per

mission to go. on course ana m
at Denver., '"J "'
Permission wai given to make
an unscheduled landing at Denver;
and a doctor was-there .to treat
Miss McDonald. ;
He gave her sedative during
the plane's 45-minute Denver stop;
She said she slept during, most of
the rest of the trip..

The plane arriveo m xsew xor
at 10:12 a.m. 2 hours and 14 min minutes
utes minutes late because of the diversion
from course and stop in Denver.
As the minklad Miss McDonald
left the plane, she collapsed from
what she described, as a stabbing
tfht tirip. Shu said

it was the aftermath of Asian flu.

New 'Ma jor' Party
May Be In Offing
Says Sen. Smalhers
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., NOV, 13.
UP) Ses. George A. Smathers
Tt mi. thinlr a third "maior

oolitical party may be in the or or-fing
fing or-fing because of widespfead disap

proval of the lagging misauo in o o-ram,
ram, o-ram, forced integration and high

' "1 would not be a all surpris

ed to see a strong third party
4airolnna. a mflior. not

. nrv Smathers laid

a xumiici .j .

yesterday in. a question-and-ans-

p. 1 1 n r am m n r a m m

wer session iouuwm

to a local cmc cmo.

nul ne. quitauy
movement must not start in toe

South if It IS 10 DO euecuT.. jw

third, party ...whicn,, ongmawajw

lie expiainea uwi ""t"

would gain lmpeiua
L.nct immW nf neonle : who are.

mourning uiai me rresmem ui -iu tha Pa.
the Republic, comrade Antonin Za-1 ot" satisfied with either Ue fie-

. . . -1 a ..k iaan Ar i lorrinprii I I IT raiucii

potocky. aiea toaay. t"u"'-" "' j r"""j

A medical bulletin signed by
four physicians said Zapotocky's
health reached a "critical" state
at 3 a.m. after showing a tem

porary improvement last nigni.
"Shorly afterward a new at at-toclf
toclf at-toclf horn me nhvinus and there

was serious failure of the blood

circulation which could not oe
longer brought under control. The
President died at five o'clock this
morning."

T.nNnnN. Nov.-is fUPl Radio

Moscow said today former U, S.

AmDassaaor to nussia ueorge jven jven-nan;
nan; jven-nan; did not take an "impartial
nrl ;raarrBinArf" atritttriA ifl ft

internal problems of Russia. V

Mnarnur raHin in a hrnarieast

hv VlaHimir TrooiiKriv rienied that

Russia was having any industrial

irouoies. .5

V nnnvn in tKa af it a aarlaa

of speeches over the British Broad

casting to., said Russia had reacn reacn-ei
ei reacn-ei a peak of output, second only
1j the United States and was un undergoing
dergoing undergoing the same problems any
industrial country would.

TrAfrilHnv in 4h Viva a Attmi

heard here, said apparently Ken-

umat, iv uiv ailuicuiB utab
are inherent in; the economy of
tha TTSA and hthor o.nit.li.t

countries, in other words, crisis,

ine vna Die penoaicai slumps in

inousuTiai uuipui ana unemployment.

.;'Mi TTennan anent a numher

of years in the U.S.S.R. and had

plenty 01 cnance 10 De convmcea
that U these unpleasant ailments
simple did not exist here nor
can -they exist in our socialist
state, where the industrial esta establishments,
blishments, establishments, like all the national
nroolth' are the nrnnertv nf the

Soviet people as a whole."

The Russian commentalnr nnt-

oA that. Kennan had urperi hi

listeners "to be more impartial

ana restrained in judging me in internal
ternal internal life of the.U.S.S.R.

"Mr;- iCennan didn't follow this

very sensible advice himself, he

very
laid.

jARDY HACK

1

la Solomon asked her radio-dis

patched nusaana yesteraap to Dring
his taxi, but a stork-dispatched
hiKv virl win hnrn in a neigh

bor's car before he could arrive.

Czech President

Anton Zapolocky

Dies In Prague

t'Tirrvrw a Mov 13 CUP Presi-

dent Antonin Zapotocky of Cze

choslovakia, wno masiermuiucu
the communist coup of his country
in 1948, died today of a heart
attack. He was 73.

Praee Radio made the anno-

its rf en air 7a.m.

broadcast and then followed it

with funeral music.

anntnrVv: who led a charmed

life amidst pruges behind -the
Ron Curtain, died in the Prague

State-Sanatorium, lie was lanr.,
tkara oorimiclv ill Nnv 4. He ha

suffered his first attack two years

ago. -,

i Zapotocny was one 01 ine iveus
;mhn entfineereH the Communist

(takeover of Czechoslovakia in 19-

m and promptly Decame rremier.
He rose to the presidency on the

death 10 uiement ouwaia in
March, 1953.

5 The Prague Radio, broadc,liit
aid "The eentral ehmmittee of

the Czech Communist. Party is

nerewim annuuuuig. iu uccf
mourning that the President of

jDllcan or utiuuu..
en..iwi alcn doused SDeCtUla-

tion that he might be planning
n wan ioha with Gov. Leroy Col

lins in the 1960 election.

Smathers predicted tnc demo democrats
crats democrats will win the Presidency in
1960. He said the nominee pro probably
bably probably will ie either1 Sen. Stuart
Symington of Missouri1, Sen. John
Kennedy of Massachusetts or
Gov. Robert Meyner of New Jer

sey.

' IKE HONORS. JESUITS
, JAMESTOWN, Va. (UP) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower paid tribute -Sunday
to eight Spanish Jesuit mis missionaries
sionaries missionaries who are believed to have
been the first European settlers of
Virginia. In a message to the Axa Axa-can
can Axa-can Memorial Committee, honor honoring
ing honoring the priests who were killed by
Indians shortly after their arrival
fn 1570, the President said: "Our
nation has an imperishable legacy
in the heroic pioneers who came
here from many lands and creeds,
it hi well to remember with grati gratitude
tude gratitude those who contributed v so
much to the spiritual resources of
Our country."

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fACiB FOUR

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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1J. 1D;7

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DIPLOMATIC CORPS WILL GIVE RECEPTION
TO .FAREWELL ITALIAN AMBASSADOR, MRS. MOSCATI
-V Members of the Diplomatic Corps and their wives will
rive reception at the Union Club on Wednesday, Nov. 20
- from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. as a despedida for the Ambassador
" of Italy Dr. Ricardo Moacatl and Mrs. Moscatl.
. The Moscatis will be returning to Rome in December
after spending; two years in Panama.

British Ambassador
Gives Dinntr
Per 'Delegates
The British Ambassador
Mrs. In Leslie Henderson

asd
have

fin. Nits Hackay
Visits Dsoghtsrt
Mrs. Nira Bell Hackney of
Bridgeton, N.C. arrived on the
ithmn nn Nov. 3 ior a visit ot

invitations for a dinner i.hmit three monins, ner nisi nc.c

. .. rk...u nn .nor ,UU haf riallffhtprx

nartv t ine BTILISU mnuaoo. unce ivoo. wiiu

Fridav in honor of the delegates

i h. nnvrnmnt of British Hon

7 u ...... ttonritner thP

auras wnu c nw.u...e -Working
Group for the study of
Agricultural Credit in Latin Amer

ica moptintr in Panama this weeK.

The guests of honor are the Hon-

' orable L. byivesire anu mi a.
M. .Major.
S Brazilian Embassy
' Gives Reception
; For1 Deltgatts

The Ambassador of Brazil in Pa Pa-!
! Pa-! nsms Aguinaldo Bouiltreau Tra Tra-fosa
fosa Tra-fosa and Mrs. Fragosa will give
a reception at the Embassy res residence
idence residence tomorrow between 6 p.m.
and 8 p.m. in honor of the dele delegation
gation delegation From Brazil to the Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Credit Union.

Minister of Agriculture
Entertains For Delegates
, Te Credit Conference
Tp Minister of Agriculture,
Commerce and Industry, Victor
Navas, gave a reception at the
union Club last night for some
hundred delegates who are here
. fronu twenty Western Hemisphere
Republics and adjacent geographi geographical
cal geographical areas to attend the Agricultural

Credit Union Seminar which open opened
ed opened yesterday and will convene for
the next ten days.

an insurance broker and lives on
a ten-acre lam in Silver Spring,
Maryland. She is a full partner
with one of Washington D. C. s
leading accounting lirms, Counci Councilor,
lor, Councilor, Buchanan, Mitchell nad Hayes.
She has been Assistant Compttrol Compttrol-ier
ier Compttrol-ier Ox the Boys' Club of Metropo Metropolitan
litan Metropolitan Police in the District o. Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, the first club of its kind
li the nation, since it was first
o. ganized.
When Mrs. Nick isn't busy with
her professional and Soroptimist
uuiles, she is active in one oi ner
hobbies, bridge, gardening, cook-

j ig or reading.
- ... i 'II 1 ..... 4n 117 nek

iwirs lirK will remiu iu noon

Mrs, i l(ftnn hv mane on Monday morn

D"J"iina. Nov. 18.

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Molded Vanilla Cream

Makes Tempting Dessert

ly OAYNOR MEDDOX
NIA Feed and Markets Iditer

Nwspaprmtn's Union
Will Hold Buffet
' The Newspapermen's Union have
issued invitations to a buffet to
be held at the Casa del Periodis Periodis-ta
ta Periodis-ta tonight.
The installation of the Union's
new officers wilt be marked on
this occasion. s

Mrs. Nita B. tianmen,
h,rioc k r.msn and Mrs.

M. Bevington and her granddaugh

4-ir Mn i lzarjem irvin oiuwu.

At present Mrs. Hackney is vis-

Ling Mr. and Mrs. oeviiisw" n
fnr her at a family

party on the evening of her arriv-

al. Un sunaay mia. ui""
tertained at cocktails at her home
in Balboa and at dinner at the
Fort Amador Officers' Club for
her mother and for her mothers
old friends, Captain and Mrs.
Cl-ude Hargett who have recently
arrived for duty at Fort Kobbe..

Soroptimist Veep
Arrives Sunday

K. In. Nation

Mrs. Edna Hummer Nick, 2nd

Vice-President of the American
Federation of Soroptimist Clubs,
Inc., will arrive by plane on Sat Sat-nrHav
nrHav Sat-nrHav Nov. as to install the oM-

nar. nf th npwlv formed SoroP-

timit rinh in Colon. She will al-

-

i nrpspnt a charter 10 me iuu

on Saturday evening at the Char

ter Dinner to be held at me wasn wasn-ington
ington wasn-ington Hotel at 7 p.m.

Mrs. Nick became a Soroptimist

in 1947 and has served as Treasur-
e i i n J

er, been a memoer oi me ooaiu

oi Directors ana was niim;c
Committee Chairman. At the Fed Federation's
eration's Federation's 12th bienniel convention
in the District of Colombia, she
served as Treasurer of the Con Convention
vention Convention Fund and from 1954
through 1956 was Treasurer of the
Federation. She was elected to her
present position in 1956.
Mrs. Nick is a member of the

American Institute of Accountants,
tne of only about one hundred
women Certified Public Account

ant in th antira. TInitaH States, lmmn. .1

She is the wit of Homer N. Wick, and Miss Auare itoweii,

AlBreok NCO Wives
Shewn Collection

Th Nf.O Wives Club of Xlbrook

AFB held their month Ahola Cof Coffee
fee Coffee last Saturday at the NCO
Ciub. Mrs. D. T. Jones, wife Oi
Col. D. T. Jones, DCS Material,
Caribbean Air Command, brought

part of her collection of ceramics
sho and her husband have made

durins previous station assign

m.nt RhB then save a talk on

tv.. art nf makiniT ceramics.

This was Interesting io an

momhpr and their guests as

there is a possibility tnai uirougn
Special Services, Albrook, a course

in ceramics wm oe given u u
mer and their dependents.
. Craaxial Clia.t for the Aloha COI

fee was Mrs. Barbara Hurr, hon

orary president of the NCO Wives

Club, and wife ot me case i,um
mander, Col. Arthur P. Hurr.
Nwcomor Make
Shopping Trip
To Panama
mohteen members of the Atlan

tin Area Newcomers' Club last

Thursday enjoyed a shopping trip
to Panama City. After shopping on

rntral Avenue and in the mar

ket the group met for lunch at the
Tivoli Hotel.
Those who attended include Mes-

dames Harold Jones, Arthur May,
Gordon ChaDhe. Alton Crawley,

Carney Hartley, Jr., John Tanner,
E. P. Daugherty, Walter Goggins,
Laverne Sharp, George Pulliam,
Sidney Chichester. Kenneth Shel

ly, Anthony Barsi, Charles wn-

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If one of your favorite flavors
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a little different for Sunday din

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two vanilla-flavored desserts.

Molded Vanilla Cream
(4 servings)
Soften 1 envelope unflavored

gelatin in 1-4cup cold water. Heat

3-4 cups light cream. Add l-z

cup sifted confectioners' sugar, 1
teaspoon pure vanilla extract and

1-16 teaspoon salt, four over son

ened gelatin and mix well to dis dissolve
solve dissolve dish. Chill until firm. Un-

mold and serve with fruit sauce,
if desired.
-. Vanilla Banana Refrigerator
Cake (4 servings)
Arrange 15 chocolate or ginger

wafers in overlapping fashion in
a 7-inch spring form pan (cheese

cake pan). Whip I cup heavy

cream. Add 1 tablespoon sugar
and 1-2 teaspoon purt vanilla ex

tract. Spread half over wafers.
Top with 1 cup sliced bananas.
Top with 15 more wafers and re remaining
maining remaining whipped cream. Chill un until
til until ready to serve. If desired, shave
semi-sweet chocolata over the top.
Slice in 6 pie-shaped wedges.

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EDITOR'S NOTE: This la the
second of three dispatches In
whioa Dr. Fritz Redl, a leading
psychologist, d 1 s cusses the
problem of child misbehavior.
Today he tells bow a parent
can distinguish between "nor "normal"
mal" "normal" and "neurotic" misbehavior.

By LOUIS CASSELS

WASHINGTON. Nov. IS (UP)

All children misbehave. Most

misbehavior Is entirely normal.

Once in a great while, misbehav

ior Is the surface symptom of
emotional Illness which requires

professional treatment.

Unfortunately for parents it is

not always easy to distinguish

neurotic conduct from normal

mischief. But there are signifl

cant differences which can be

spotted.

For this, you have the word

of Dr. Fritz Redl, whom many

regard as the world's leadine au

thorlty on "disturbed" children.

Red! is chief of the laboratory

for child research at the Nation

al Institute of Mental Health.

"The first thing I would im

press upon parents," he said In

an interview, "is tnat you can

not judge the 'seriousness' of a
child's misbehavior by the de

gree to which It happens to an annoy
noy annoy you.
Normal Vs Abnormal
! "Some of the most 'normal'
things .that children- do are

gxeat-iiuisauce to anlt-rOB' thi

inner nana, conaucc inas isvery..

easy on grpwn-up nerves sucn
as fitting; quiet In corner-may

under some circumstances be
Indicative of sever neurotic
problems."
Redl said it is Impossible to
draw pp two lists of behavior
traits and say "normal children
do this, sick- children do that."
"It is npt what a child does,
but when and how and why he
does tt that Is the tip-off to
emotional illness," he) said.
"There Is usually a compulsive
quality about the misbehavior
of the disturbed child. I call It
'driveness.' He approaches trou trouble
ble trouble as If he were being driven In Into
to Into It, tense and unhappy. He
never derives the relaxed enjoy enjoyment
ment enjoyment which a healthy child
finds In a mischievous prank."

For example, Redl said, most

young children who are on the

verge oi misoenavior can oe

checked by diverting their at

tention to something else. But

the "driven" child is likely to be

"undlvertable." He pushes head head-lontr
lontr head-lontr Into trouble no matter how

many distractions you wave at

him.

tat

Never call a. business or pro-

lessional man at homo about -a

business matter. It Is an Imposi

tion. Office hours are the time
for discussing business matters.

A man s home may not be bis

castle, but others shouldn't try

to turn It mto a second oilice.

Marines Face STrial ilo Toltyct
For Brutality In Navy Brig

By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA Service

Overacting Is Natural
Another test is "the degree to

which a child's behavior is way
out of proportion to the thing
which sets It off." A certain a-

mounb of "over-rreactlng" is nat

ural to children. But It is cause
for concern when "a small spark

invariably starts a large fire," as

in the child who chronically flies

Into rages over trivial disap
pointments. ;
Age appropriateness" Jsr 1

third gauge of Jiormal ys neu

rotic conduct.

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YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE,

Japan, Nov. 13 (UP) Sixteen
U.S.' Marine suards were ordered

today to stand trial before mili military
tary military courts on charges, of brutal brutalizing
izing brutalizing and maltreating prisoners in

a navy wig.

vice Adm. Roscoe F. Good,

commander of U.S. naval forces
in Japan, announced the decision

to try the controversial case
which at one time had aamimed

the proportions of a Marine vs.

Navy feud.

A Wavy announcement said the

decision followed "lengthy and
exhaustive investigations' into
accusations of brutality leveled
against the Marine guaids at the

ong in me sasebo naval base,
in southern Janan. bv Naw

. -

It SBld tWO warden in pharos

.i i .

ui we ong wouia De tried by

general court mrtia1, e i g h i
guards charged on serious counts
by special courts martial and

others facimt lighter chare-, nf

maltreatment by summary courts

maruai.

Hearings will eet imd-r

Thursday at U.S. naval force
headquarters here. r-

INaVV Prisoners at thA Saanhn

brig charged the Marine guards

inflicted various "torturea nn

them, including:

"lUiuckie drills. In which thv

placed the men up against a wafi
and "worked them over with their

knuckles.' 7

"Back to bell v treatment" in

which guards forced prisoners to
run at quick time so close to arh

other that they trod on the heel

of the 'man ahead while euardx

prodded them along with clubs.

anower treatment" where

EFcfflmmnlly9

; DDeaillttDn
!Cmms LTfiirsttJ

FROM THE FIRST YEAR: ", ,hreuh hel aga. all ehiWran
nd th vittmint, minrl and pratain of a good milk.
TO DEVELOP STRONG I0NES. '.rTSt
haalth. avary child ahould drink on quart mi dally. (Adult
auartK .

IDEAL EVAPORATED MILK. r-'-t..d NI$Ut roduet, ew. f
$trv intact thota praciao alamantt haaWi. It Is laberetae
with tha baat ew's milk.

IECAUSE OF ITS ECONOMY "l- tVAPORATEO MtUK term
th probiam of milk in your hem.
GIVE YOUR FAMILY high auallty and aluai rtutrltia-i e
IDEAL EVAPORATED MILK which H available t any frwj
ttera or pharmacy in 6 and 14 cans. ;

YOU WILL IE SATISFIED wrth u,rty thi ruet ruet-(tla'a
(tla'a ruet-(tla'a Evaparatad Milk

TRADE

A CUARAMTEED
NESTLE
MtOOWCT

HEALTHLY PURE and SAFE

J

MARK

Homemaker's Joy Is

Found In Little Things

NO woman Is a happy home home-maker
maker home-maker until she learns to get joy
out of little things.
A felling of well-being from a
house that, is as shiningly clean
as she can make it.

A sense of achievement from
turning a dull room into a room
to he proud of all through the use
of a paint brush, sewing machine
and plenty of imagination.
A happy pride when she takes
a beautiful cake from the oven
or has the cookie jar filled before
the kids get home from school.
An awareness of the value of be being
ing being needed when she hrlps a child
with his homework or answers his
wondering questions about the
world around him,
A feeling of courage and
strength when she is faced with

a sudden emergency and knows

she will be able to handle it.

MOMENTS of sudden awareness
that she has so very much for

which to be thankful.
The pride that comes from tack

ling a difficult job and putting it

Behind her, instead oi putting it

on.
The thrill of watching her chil

aren, grow, learn and mature as

she gently but firmly urges them
to stand on their own feet.

The moment of happiness that

comes from lrghtin a fire and

marveling at what a welcoming

warmtn an open lire gives to a
home.
Women who- think that home home-making
making home-making is a thankless, endless
routine of dull chores iust haven't

learned how to get pleasure out
-. i : a i A.

vi nuie mings.

Pre-Teenos and Starlight
Group T.V. Show Thursday

The five little couples who
proved such a hit at the
Teena Ball last Friday
-night will appear this
Thursday on T.V. at 6:30
pjn. These talented chil children
dren children are: Susan Soyster,
Tommy Kennedy, Judy
. Plowman, Kevin Bradley,
fiu Su Schlatter, Billy Coy,
Linda cassibry, Carl Mable.
Carol Kaplnos, and Roger
Kat. These girls and boys
are students from the Har Harnett
nett Harnett and Dunn Dance Stu Studio
dio Studio and they will do a com combination
bination combination of Bop and Jitter Jitterbug
bug Jitterbug with lifts and flips.

.Also appearing on the same
program is a group of five
boys from Paralso who are
known as the "Starlight
Group." Their original and
clever style of song delivery
has won for toem many
favorable comments. These
boys Samuel Blenman,
Wally Stewart, Norman
Hind, Olanville Davis and
Raymond Davis deserve
much credit for their many
hours of practice and hard
work which they now hope
will materialize in profes professional
sional professional engagements.

South's two-spade bid was

doubtful, but South was" one. of
those players who felt that he
was at the table to bid, not to
pass. North's Jump to four

spades was sound, careful play
plus a little help from the de

fense, won the rubber ior North
and South.

West opened the king of clubs

and shifted to : the three ot

spades. The ten spot was played

from dummy and East won with

the king. He led a club. South
was careful to trump in dummy

with the ace and he led the
seven of spades to his own hand.
Now came a key play. He led
a diamond toward dummy's king.
It did not matter what west did
at this point; it was "Katy bar

the dOOIi" .ii ie.

I wonder how many, ofvyouJ

readers have spotted the defense

that would have beaten the

hand. The chance was there at

trick two and it required an un unusual
usual unusual but quite logical play by

West.

All West had to do was to lead

the queen of diamonds into

dummy's king. A mighty tough

piay at tne tame out aeaaiy in

deed. Dummy's King would have

taken the trick but eventually

East wouia get m witn tne King

or spades and lead a second dia

mond whereupon West would

have made two diamond tricks

and the rubber would still be

going on.

guards scrubbed prisoners raw
and bleeding with stiff brushes.
The guards said the charges
were "exaggerated' and declared j
the prisoners merely were given . (
the standsrd ."tirtu 1 .atmem.'
They also alleged they were beings
made the "fail guys" -Jor .the 'xJ.
"Marine Corps.' n'

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Judge Tells Linos
Io Psy 0 Claims
On 'Andrea Doriy

NEW YORK, Nov. IS (UP) A
t til urn i i w 1 1 .. n ii uu ... 1 .

oweuisu Aineucao unes a "go
atlAail tnAatt nn th. ...... r

auuui i uijmuu uouais in ciarms r r-irom
irom r-irom Uie sinking ot the liner aim v:

area boria. .--V

ine two lines, which have a .faints

fund ior tne paymeais.. rerorUd

tnat tue amounu ox eomDentiauon- i

naa cen setUea in nearly 70 per
cent of the l,m claims. 1

ine Italian Lines Anarea Doria

same on tne Massacnusetts coast
on Juiy 19a, atte,r a colllsioa
with tne Swedisn American Stocic. ""'

holm.

Judge Lawrenca E. Walsh aran.'"

ing veimission xor the beguining3'"
ot payments, praised tha crim.

pames for thea speed in reaching
settlements.. r

Anasfasia's Godson
Tipped To Become

Garbage Overlord

WASHINGTON (UP)-Seh. John

L. McClellan charged today that
Vincent J, Squillante, oescribed as

tne seu-styled godson' of slain
rackets overlord Albert Anastasia,

esiauiisnea a monopoly strangle
hold on 'New York City's lucra lucrative
tive lucrative garbage-hauling industry. ,
McClellan, chairman of the Sen

ate Rackets Committee, made tha

charge at the opening of hearings

on alleged labor-manaeement col

lusion in tne so million- dollar New
York garbage busmess. ;
He said Sauillante's mononolv

was mamea cy. "oatijresKs:f yio-

IT MAY BE
YOUR LIVER
If lifa'a not worth living
It may b your livart
It't a faetl It takai aa to two plnta ot Utw
bila a day to kaap your difmtiva tract ta top
hapel If your liror bil ir aot Sowini frealy
your food may aot ditait aaa Moata up
your atoDUMh . you foal aonttipated and
all th fua aad tparkla ao out ot Ufa. That'i
wban you need mild (rati Cartar'i Littla
Uvar FUla. Taan iamout Temtabl pilla btlp
timulata tha Sow of lror bUa. Booa your
digeatioa atari fuoctiooinf preporly and you
fed that happy day an nre atainl Don't
mr U iunk. iwoyt keap Cartor' IilU
Urar FiiUa a kaad..

MOTHGRS!

AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th St No. 6-A
Juft received a new shipment of Christmas
Qassic and popular records on 33 13.
OPEN THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS
UNTIL 9.30 P.M.

Rtlifv Baby's
SKIN IRRITATIONS
this MEDICATED way I
Nk mmtaxated powdw tan re relieve,
lieve, relieve, vour baby's Diaper Rath.
'Diaper Chafe, Urtnt Scald and
Prickly Beat Rash as Ammens
Powdar dots!
For Amman la specially rndl
cared to soothe, protect and help
heal irritated skin. Absorb mota mota-ture
ture mota-ture wonderfully and is so soft.
It promt healing by cushioning
baby's chafed skin against furthar
irrrrarlOrv Gef Arnnm AAodicated
Ptr4er today.
Fkll Try Ammons at our ex ex-'
' ex-' pensef For trial size can abaolutaly
. fret, sand a postcard with your
name and address to- Do.' GK,
rrsrelAyers Cow Hillsidt, N. J.
iOtte expires Deev tl.'lJ57)

lence and eventually coercion, ex

tortion and fraud.! y v

Squillante was described as' a

labor -relations expert with under underworld
world underworld 1? Connections AMeCIellan's

statementi made (Heatxthat Sauil-

Unte Jbvthe eenttal figure of
the hearings. Chief counsel Robert
F. Kennedy called him Anasta-

sia's, seu-styped godson.''

McCaellan said ''more than'40

underworld figures"- will be men

tioned during the course of this

week's hearings and that the in

vestigation will ;e disclose 'the

hoodlum control in thia inoustry."
,,"This hearing shall attempt to

show how individuals, some of

them underworld "tioodlums, r have

attempted to build business em
pires in the private carting Indus

try through a system of monopoly
enforced by trade associations and

cooperative unions." McClellan

said.

Squillante, McClellan said.

"used his position as a 'labor ex
pert' in thei New York private

carting industry to establish

stranglehold on industry trade as associations
sociations associations for his own personal

profit and that of his associates,
a number of them prominent

hiodlums

McClellan said the committee

would also endeavor to show that

"certain underworld characters,"
through their association with
Squillante or the union he dealt

with, were able to escape the dis

cipline and restrictions of ordin

ary union and trade groups ana

gain a competitive advantage in

the industry.

McClellan said the New York

picture "is repeated on a smaller

scale throughout the country."

Irene Philpott
Dies After 72

Days In Coma
Irene Philnctt. of 12th Street

Rio Abajo, died yesterday at

6:15 p.m. at the Santo Tomas
Hospital.
MWs philpott, a native 'of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, was unconscious for 72 days
following a motorcycle accident
on an interior highway Sept. 1.
She never regained conscious consciousness
ness consciousness after the accident.
She is survived by her parents
and many other relatives.
Funeral services and inter

ment plans will be announced at

a later date.

Court records show, that 11U

persons fned 715 personal injury

suits and 753 baggage Joss claims
against the two Iins amounting to
an estimated 53 million dollars.
The amount of money involved in
the settlements i believed lass
than 6 million dollars.,
Attorneys for the lines told the
court that 609 persons had acced acceded
ed acceded settlement on 827 ciarms anal

that the checks couid.be maiUfl
immediately. -

Dave Beck's Trial
Delayed As Judged

Disqualifies Self

yaa

SEATTLE. Wash.. Nov. 13 (VP)

The trial of Dave Beck Jr.

cuaijsea ne 101a IWS llimiltFI
Union Cadillac cars .and pocketed

the money, was delayed .again

ea se disqutlified himself sr...
-Judge Henry' Agnew said Jif
could not take tha trial Soa
grounds of preiudice.'Mle did not

elaborate, The case was Teaa-

ngoed to Judge George H. RevtHe
Earlier'. Judge William J: WiUt-

inson also turned down the Kingg
Counts Suoerior Court case be

cause' he was-one-of the judgeg
who sat on committee sWhich

called for; a grand jury lnvestigs. lnvestigs.-tion
tion lnvestigs.-tion of the Teamsters. -v
Seek Jr., son of the retiring
president of the Teamsters, was
in court when Agnew made his

ruling. H is charged In a two-

count grand larceny indictment
handed up July 12. His father.

Beck Sr., also has been Indicted 7

on a one count gi ana larceny

coarge involving the aie o-a
phion car for: personal rofit.-2

BecK jr. is. charged witn Having
in his possession Oct. 8, 1954, some
$1,850 obtained from the sale of a
1951 car which was the property

of the Joint Council of Teamster

No. 28.

He also is charged with- having

on Sept. z, 1955, some $2,800 from
the sale of a 1953 Teamstere ear.
Both counts allege the money aw
er reached union treasuries. r, r

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American Woman

Ready iMaika 3 I?

Lands In l Yard II

BETHLEHEMPabv. IS (UJ) !!

Mrs. Mary 2. La Sar todsr "!

claimed Laika, the Russian space
satellite dog, if it should land alive
in her community. x t
Mrs. La Bar paid $2.10 for a dec '!

license for Laika. She told star
tied police she would give Laika

good home. I

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PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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HrM Ami Dunn

Jambor- At Legion

' Ft. Oullek ,....,.. '. i
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Over one hundred istudent from The monthly meeting ue on

thtf .flamett and Dunn, Ballroom Gulick N.U.O. : wives. ; wuo w
Date Studio will attend the Jam-held in the Bamboo Boomjnf the

boree- this Friday night Nov. la,

o.m.

gios Club at Ft. Amador.
, Thera will be four classes repre

sented at this Jamboree which is
for be ginninera only. Medals will
be awarded for the best couple in

ttniirk N.C.O.' Club on Nov. 5,

x U Mrs, Clara HoUenbaugh pre presiding
siding presiding over the meeting.
Mrs. Louise Wilcox and Mrs.
Viola Hirn volunteered to take fl flyer
yer flyer the care and distribution of

the Hospitality Kits to newcomers

isa fffliucu, awl iui uv j-w
anh plan fnr rinin the "Jiviesf'ito the area

Jitterbug and Bop. Wre will be 1
ight different contests so the! Mrs. HoUenbaugh thanked Mrs.
i,.rtoo. ,.,m Von miiu husv. n-meard Morrison and her -com-

S nime for the fine work done onQ ---

nei for this Jamboree the closing
time -will be around 11:30 p.m.
Patents are cordiaily invited to
attend.

The i junior hosts and nostesses

wilite: Mercedes Lloyd, Terry

Clark, Michael Hollen, Francine
GalenJana, Edwards and Robert
Limcjn. .-, s M
TSio.iollowing Sunday Nov. 17,
thev;.children from Albrobk Field
will have their: Jamboree at the
Officers Club in s the afternoon
from 2, to 4:30 p.m. ;
Tlier will T entertainment at

both; Jamborees along with the

usual prizes, ouieei. games ew.

Jimmy Dunn will be the N, v. for
both, occasions. This will be the

lasf Jamboree for several months

as Harnett ana uunn are leavine

for -the States and thev will, re

sume' their classes on their return;

their part at the Hal oween Par

tv or children o iin.l-.u.' mem-

Lters which was held on Oct. 26
in the N.C.O. Club ballroom.

Mr, McCelland was a guest
speaker on the United Fund Drive.
Members present were: Mes Mes-dames,
dames, Mes-dames, Vi Hirn, Audrey Barsi,
Clara HoUenbaugh, Barbara Krei Krei-ger,
ger, Krei-ger, Ruth Criss, Lorraine Dustin,
Gilberta -Brown. Hester Hartler,

Nora Perry, Frances Berger, Rita-

Gomez, Connie HosKing. i ranees
Gilbert, Betty Townsend, Irmgard
morrison, Jo Orslni, Irene Place,
Nancy Williams, Nancy Johnson,
Vivian Ralph, Eleanor Webster,
Katheine Killip, Ann St. Cry, De De-lores
lores De-lores Carr, Jackie Iszarrd, Clara
Blasineame. Louise Wilcox and

Virginia Stadelmhn.' Guests were

Mrs. Katnenne bcniuing, ana Mrs.
Irene Thomas, introduced by Mrs.

Jo Orsini.

JEETIKfiS

lack aatice ImIus!m la
calum ihauM submitui m
tySt-wrrttM miiu4
th box numbar litiU 4ih i "S "S-cial
cial "S-cial u4 Otharwuw," Mf
k ht4 t lha Mica. NaticM
atiHns cannot bo accept' t
Ultohano.
Crlitobv I Rainbow

Mooting Postpon!
The regular meeting of Cnsto Cnsto-ba1
ba1 Cnsto-ba1 Assembly No. 2 of Rainbow
.it nir,. tpheduled lor Nov. 14,

has been postponed to Wednesday,

Noy 20 at 7:w .p.m.; at we v,-a-

ivnss Sandra Huahes. Worthy

Aavisor wiU preside at the meet

ing which will lnciuue Dusiness
and initiation of new members,
i All Master Masons and Eastern

Stars are cordially invited to at

tend.- "'..'"!'

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By UNITED PRESS
WELCH. W. Va.- Former Pres

ident Truman, in saying that 100

per cent Americanism, preached

bv the American Legion and outer

veterans groups must Include em emphasis
phasis emphasis on freedom oi speech:

"True Americanism is oeing un-

derminded by some people in this

country who are loudly complain

ing that they are its tirst detens

ers."

WASHINGTON Gov. Joe Foss

of South Dakota, in saying- he was
confident the United States would
recover "lost ground" in the mis missiles
siles missiles race:

"Thank God it was the Sputnik

and Muttnik rather than another
Pearl Harbor that brought the

American people out of their leth

argy."

Balboa High School Lists" Students
" With br -BetteBlFBl Six Weeks

Theodore F. Hotz. principal' of.MarshaU, Charles Nickerson. Nan-

Balboa High School, has announc announced
ed announced the names of those students

eyner Won't Say

Whether His Lady
Expects An Heir

Ike Asks Countrp-
To Brake Prices, V
Profits, Wages V

WASHINGTON,. Nov. 13 -(UP)

having a scho'astic

week of the academic year.
The freshmen lead the Ust with
78 students on the roUs. They are
followed by the seniors with 47;
and next are the sophomores with
47 foUowed by the juniors with 40.

xne complete ust follows:
ON "A" HONOR ROLL
Barbara Bartlett. Ruth Bennett.

Slavid Browne, Ray- Caldwell, Su Su-an
an Su-an Davis, Carol Dimpfl, Joan
Dimptl, Sheila Farbman, Jetzabel

f eraud, Jo Anne Fields. Kay

Flowers Ralph Glazer, Vicky Hill,'

cy Swenson and Grace Vale.

ON "B' 'HONOR ROLL

CHICAGO Willy Ley, Ger

man-born rocket expert, in saying

a manned U.S. space station would

establish space superiority until

another nation developed a similar

satellite to create a balance of

power:

A Daiance or power is a line
substitute for 'good wfU."

NEW YORK Aneurin Bevan,

foreign policy spoesman for the
'British Labor Party, in saying he

was astounded at the American
reaction to the Sputniks:

"You ought not to be too rm-

pressed. Two Sputniks do not a
technical summer make."

DON-TCO'FLATl-Vlckl feller, 3, of Akron Ohior contem contem-.plates
.plates contem-.plates what a 30b' it would be if the world's largest regular
, "production tire should go flat, The tire stands more than nine
. feet high and weighs 3,335 pounds. It's a tubeless tire for off

j.jhe-highway use. -, .. 4 ;

tffi TOMORROW

The pre-release exhibition at the Lux of the brilliant
production THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN was a mark mark--
- mark-- success. Those who have not seen it wSl have the op opportunity
portunity opportunity of seeing this super-production with horror
scenes they will never forjret at the release engagement
STARTING TOMORROW AT THE LUX. A.

TOLEDO, Ohio Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt, in saying rhe compul compulsory
sory compulsory Soviet educational system
challenges the American system:

"The question is whether we can

meet this challenge under our sys

tem of free choice." T t

NEW ORLEANS Gov. Orval

Faubus, in comparing treatir.it
given the bonus marchers to ihe

sending of federal troops to Little
Rock!
"No patience or tolerance was

exercised then and none was exer

cised at Little Rock by another
Republican administration. That

(Hoover) administration was vot

ed but of office just as this one
will be at the first opportunity."

Dava Adams, Helen Adams,
Rbbert Adams, Jorge Aieman, Te Teresa
resa Teresa Aleman, Walter Allen, Wil William
liam William Archibald, Robert Arthur,
Victor AvUa, Beverly Austin, Dora
Aydelkop, Raul Barbara, Susan
Barrett, Joe Behar, Bonnie Cyn Cynthia
thia Cynthia Bell, Bonnie Lee BeU, Vena
Bennett, Michael Bettsak, Bernice

wtz Atymna, Lynn Botzenmay-

er, Marion Bradley, Margaret
Brannon, Emmie Brancha, Dalys
Bremer, Linda Breeding, William
Brcwder, Duncan Brown, Walter
Brown, and Luisa Burillo.
Also: Blanca Calvo. Ella Caripr

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Emma Kaah, Carlos Kiamco. Naol-11 Lnatuja Koianda Chanis, A-

mi Litvin, Susan Lively, James a tneung, Maxine Lonover, Mar-

y Vuppernaver, raargarei torri-

gan, Kathy Cox. Betty Crowe.

John Cunningham, Eileen Dame Dame-rau,
rau, Dame-rau, Sandra Daubin, George
Daughtry, Sandra Davis, Judy

Days, Lynn Degenaar, John Dem Dem-ing,
ing, Dem-ing, Beatrice Deming, Sharon De De-Vore,
Vore, De-Vore, Larry Dial, Steve Donelan,
Melissa Downing, Michael Dubbs,
John Dvorak, Betty Dykes, James
Dyke, and Adrian Dykhuis.

Also CecUia Eggleston. Kather-

iie Egdlf, Paulette EUa, Eve Ei-

senman, Lynne f anton, Sabra
Fawcett, Curtis Fitzgerald, Patsy
Fiatau, James Forbes, Rosanne
Fulop, Aida Garay, George Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, Julieta Garcia, Mercedes Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, Peter Golden, Danielle Harn Harn-ed,
ed, Harn-ed, Christine Harrison, Ann Has Haskell,
kell, Haskell, Rochelle Head, Mary He He-bert,
bert, He-bert, Grady Hester, Alice Heuck,
Nancy Heieel. Frances Hinek

Louise Hirschman, Thomas Ho
Diana Hoenke, Margaret HoUings HoUings-worth.
worth. HoUings-worth. Judy Hotz. Christine Huff

Nancy Hughes, Margarita Hurtado

ana jacKie isabeil.

Alos Pedro Janowitz. Sallv Jnnes

Glenda Kent. Cesar Kiamco. Jac

lyn King, Jane Kintner, John Ko Ko-lenda,
lenda, Ko-lenda, Hnery Lavender, Richard

juawson, Anita Leonard, Jenny
Livingston, Janice Malone, Gwen

Mcvuiiougn, April McGiire, San Sandra
dra Sandra Mckay, Haydee Mendez, San Sandra
dra Sandra Metheny, Brink Miller, Doro-

uiy jvmier, rranx Miner, Charles

mire, Monte Mooney, Terry Moore
Sandra Morency, Margaret Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, Dorothy Moses and Carnlvn

irmssciinin.

Also Sandra Nelson. Robert Na

Jeanne Nickerson, Brenda1 Olave.

Edna Olave, Art O'Leary, Fran

ces raige, L,ucy jf apazian, Dianne

jrapema, caim rierce, Myrna

rierce, Virginia Quiros, George
Rambo, Robert Rambo, Don Ran Ran-daU,
daU, Ran-daU, Lynn Raymond. Chrl

Rents, Jo Ann Reich art, Judy Re-

user, ianya itizcaiia, SDorothy
Rose, jcharles Rowan, Donald Ryt Ryt-er,
er, Ryt-er, Orin Sadler. Curtin .?phnr.r.

rock, Richard Scott, Lilia Sibaus-

PARIS, Nov. ,13 (UP1 Gov.

4a ttraitf fiilfnralrr f.ln il. siWkl 'Robert B. Meyner of New Jersey President Eisenhower believes

Robert Sikorski Fairlee Skinner, nfnsed to confirm or deny today fie threat of inflation is "not as
Mary Smith, Carolyn Southwell, I" report his wife was pregnant, serious" as it was but that it still
Betty Stiles, Mary Lynn Stockley.l "You'll get no reply from me, V requires constant attention.

Lyn Stratlord and DorOtny,,c lu,u newsmen nere-ioaay

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HELPER'S HELP
CHICAGO (UP) Arthur C.

Tancl, 42, said that when he
helped deliver his wife's third

child, his nerves were kept under
control by his1 wifes' soothing:
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Wife Bludgeons
Three Young Sons
ST. HSACINTHE, Que., Nov. 13

(UP) A former mental patient
bludgeoned to death her three

young sons with a sledge hammer
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in uieir iarmnouse louay ana men
went to her brother's home to tell

him. what she had done, police re

ported.
Mrs. Aurore Garga, 36. wife of a

foreman working on the St. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Seaway project, was too dis

traught to, give any reason for kill killing
ing killing the boys, Jean-Paul, 6; Andre,
4, and Julien, 0 months, police
said,
But relatives explained that she
had been nn most of last nieht

caring for Jean-Paul, who had a

severe stomach acne. The strain

apparently was too much for her,
police said.
Mrs. Gargi had suffered several

attacks, relatives told police, and

spent two months In a Montreal
mental home last summer.

Her husband has lived away
from home much of the time while

working on the Seaway. He has
spent weekends with his family in

the house he rented hear the home

of his wife's brother.

Mrs. Oliver Racine, Mrs. Gar-

ea's sister-in law, said Mrs. Garga

was calm w en she knocked on

the door and reported what she
had done. Mrs. Garca's brother.

Laurent Racine, called police who

took her to Montreal for question questioning,
ing, questioning, Julien Garga, 30, Mrs. Garga's

husband, rushed home to St. Hya-

cinthe, immediately. He was too
upset, to offer any motive- for the

slayings. 1

Red Daily Reports
Labor Is Resiles
In JEasI Germany

BERLIN. Nov. 13 CUP) The

Communist Party newspaper we we-ues
ues we-ues DeuUchland today disclosed

new labor unrest in East Germany.
The newsoaner said western a-

gents had been active in factories
in the Borough of Halle and had

converted "numerous worKers."
At the Leuna Chemical Factory

in Merseburg "enemy, elements

and agents of the West German
Socialist Party were discovered

and fired, the newspaper said.

At a paint factory in Wolfen,
workers, protested an industrial
speedup calling for more work

for less pay, the newspaper said.

They were said to nave demand demanded
ed demanded scrapping of factory works

norms,

The newspaper said the protest

was not successful, n gave no

other details.

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Also Pauline Taffe. Ada Tapia,

David Tate, Patrick Tate, Nancy
TherrelL Joel Thompson, Shirley
TUlman, Joe TiUey, Solly Toifssieh,
Donna Trasavage, George Trail,
janet Tribe, Paul Underwood, Cor Cornelia
nelia Cornelia Valderrama, Margaret Vale,

noma vales, Kachel Van Dyxe,
Maria Varela, Juan Vecchione, Pat
Voortmeyer. Georee Wales. John

Wallace, Jamie Ward, Marilyn

ward, Sandra Watkins, Barbara

west, Joyce Whaler, Bettie Lee

He called on aU Americans it ft.

Meyner, who said he came to, help hold the Una against prim

France because "you're sort of

expected to go away after win winning
ning winning re-election, hoped to leave
with Mrs. Meyner tomorrow for
an automobile trip across Europe

to relax.

He said they had not yet

decided whether to drive to the
Riviera and along- the Italian

coast or to go to Germany and

Belgium. But he said he and Mrs.

1!Avnr Hiri nlan tn an t Rtmo hnur

Wheaton. Dolores Wheeler. Rav Wnro rod

Wilson, Olivia Winstead, Tony Thev arrived In Paris last week .problem. ,.,,,.

wage and profit increases ""which
are not consistent with increases
in productivity and with the main-s
tenance of a stable dollar."
'
The President made the state statements
ments statements in a letter to Rep. ChamMfc
E. Chamberlain (R-Mich) written ;
Oct. 23 and made public by the

congressman today.

unamDeriain nad urged Eisen

to call a White House

Womble, Charles Wommack, Leo- and spent their time sightseeing
nardo Wong, Carol Zelnick and in the city and driving in the
Caroline Zirxman. icountry.

Eisenhower said the suggestion,,,
would be given careful study.

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WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER U, I95T
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First Round
Listed; 46

V EWv.ciY members

try Club have signed up for the 15th annual Mido
TWnitifnrt tournament and the draw finds some of

the lucky ones with a bye
' The first round matches must
be completed by Sunday night
but players are remmucu
in order to facilitate the p ay ay-.
. ay-. ing of these matches provisions
have been made for a substitute
to. take the place of a player
Iwho is unable to be Present
i This substitute must not have
1 lower handicap man
nn ;Vioai nlace he Is taking and
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i v Noonan-Flnnegan vs. Whltney-
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Allan-Duncan vs bye.
' Dave Brown-Hause vs. bye.
" Gorln-Humphries vs. Roth Roth-Huldquist.
Huldquist. Roth-Huldquist. ;i oeslnk-Jimmy Raymond vs.
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; Meehan-Hoverson vs. bye.
Francey Sr.-Francey Jr.-Wild-tt
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" Nelson-Richmond vs. comp-Jton-DeRaps.
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vrnrrU-.Toe Wrleht vs. bye,
' Midflleman-Galindo vs. Puller
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Matches
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of the Brazos Brook Coun
into the second round.
Toledano-Alberga vs. bye.
Meisinger-Johnson vs. bye.
Three-quarters difference
the handicaps will be allowed

but fractional strokes will not be After this hole Ruth played stea stea-taken
taken stea-taken into consideration. cy and good golf, shooting noth-
Matches will be played over 18 i i but pars and bogies,
holes with ties to be played on .L

a sudden-death basis when the'
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Others wiU play an additional,
nine holes.
Sports Briefs
EDITORS FAVOt LATINS
LONDON (UP) A United Press
poll of leading Western European
sports editors showed decided fa favoritism
voritism favoritism toward South America to
day to win the 1958 world soccer
title. Brazil and Argentina were
the top picks of 45 editors pilled
in 15 countries with England also
drawing strong support.
MESHACH INKS CONTRACT
BROOKLYN (UP) Marvis Me Me-shach.
shach. Me-shach. a IBlairstown, N.J., basket
ball and baseball star, has been
signed by the Los Angeles Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers and assigned to their Kokomo,
Ind., farm club.
SEWELL'S MOTHER DIES
WETUMFKA, Ala. (UP) Mrs.
Susan T. Sewell, 86, mother of for
mer St. Louis Browns manager
Luke Sewell who died here Mon Monday,
day, Monday, will be buried today. Sewell,
who makes his home in Akron,
Ohio, also managed the Cincinnati
Redlegs. He was a catcher with
Cleveland, Washington, Chicago
and the Browns.
THREE IRISH CENTERS OUT
SOUTH BEND. Ind. (UP)
Three Notre Dame centers may be
lost to the team Saturday when
it meets Oklahoma. Bob Scholtz
hai a bruised knee. Ed Sullivan
haa an ankle iniurv. .and Dave
Hurd is recuperating from an ap
pendectomy.

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Ruth Lincoln Cops
Amador Women's
Golf Championship

Ruth Lincoln won the Amador
Women's Golf Championship this
week when she beat Ethel Peran-
tie In a close match which was
tint derided until the 20th hold
For the first five holes it look
ed as though it would be a walk
away for Ethel as sne too lour
out of the first five holes. R"uth
had difficulty getting her short
fame under control. However, on
of i ip sixth hole Ruth sank a tough
Dutt ior a Dar and tie on the hole.
me nam way ma k tinei was
still 3 up. Ruth managed to even
mat the 15th hole
and
had to sink an extremely tnck-
y putt of about 7 feet on the 18th
hole t otie up the match again.
The pressure finally caught up
;nd Ruth went on to win on the
1.0th hole when Ethel missed her
to shot. Ruth is to be congratu congratulated
lated congratulated on winning a difficult match
and in playing a very good golf
game.
In the first flight of this tourna tournament,
ment, tournament, Lanelle Logan won. wulte
handily beating B. J. Nelson 3
and 2.
The second flight was won -by J
Margaret Hastings as she beat
Helen Owens 1 up on hhe eigh eighteenth
teenth eighteenth in another closely contest
ed match.
Low gross in the regular week
ly tournament Dlayed by the la
dies at Fort Amador was won by
Sylva Carpenter with an 82. tow
net in the first flight in the Tee-
to-Green tournament was won by
Ruth Lincoln with Alyce French
placing second.
In the second flight, Maggie
Dalton won low net and Rene Is-
bell was Second. Ethel Parantie
won the prize for putting as she
used but 28 putts.
The tournament for this week is
made to order for those golfers
who play a good game except for
a couple o bad holes. Far may
De substituted on the" three worst
holes. Everybody has a change in
this game.
The tournament committee ex
The tournament committee
Onds an invitation to all the la-
, lies to come and join in the fun
Tee-off time is at 8; 15.
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First 6 Carta Vieja
Expected To Arrive

j Carta Vieja catcher Billy Shanfct and five pitchers are expected to, arrive on the
Isthmus Friday to begin working out for the 1957-58 Pro League season which gets
underway Deo. 1, co-owner-manager Joe Nachio, revealed today,
t: The rest of the team will reach here; by oy,;20.

Nachio, who made a recent
trip to the U.S. to sign up the
Carta Vieja team which is com
posed mostly or Kansas city
Athletics farm hands, has al already
ready already sent airline tickets to the
receiver and Mrs., Shantz and
the hurlers.
Paring his three-week stay
in the States, Nachio, who Is
also a scout for the Athletics
in Latin America, worked out
of the organization's home of office
fice office in Kansas City, Mo., along
with general manager Parke
Carroll and head scout George
Selkirk, former New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees outfield star.

Versatile Defenses Have Made
College Football Throwback
To Game Played 50 Years Ago

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK" (UP) Versatile
defenses have made college foot
ball a throwback to the game as
it was played 50 years ago, vet
eran Ossje Solem of Springfield
College contended today.
Solem should know. Because Os
sie currently is in his 38th season
of colleeiate coaching with an
overall record of 160 wins against
119 losses and 20 ties.
That makes the tall, silent,
white-haired man the active dean
of college grid coaches.
The big trend has been toward
ball control," he explained ss he
prepared to send his Springfield
team against undefeated Hofstra.
"The main reason is that the de
fense has become so versatile and
most of the time you're facing a
nine-man line. It's a throwback to
50 years ago because now you can
throw only enough to maintain the
ball."
V !t: Has Us Twe
Ossies team isn't unbeaten this
year. Having lost two oi seven
games, but the pre-World War I
Minnesota end can look back on
last season's unbeaten record
without any qualms or supersti superstitions.
tions. superstitions. "They cured me of superstitions
when I was at Drake University,"
he grins. "We weren't doing too
well at Drake in 1921 and were
trailing 7 to 0 in one game when
one of the boys found a penny on
the field and flipped it to me."
The boy said happily:
"Here's a lucky penny. Watch
us go now."
Drake did, too, scoring 15 points
in the next few minutes to win
the game. After that, before tvery
game the players would "find" a
"lucky" penny for Ossie. They
didn t lose another game tnat year
and the following season went un
beaten.
"I was kind of relieved when we
TODAY ENCANTO .35-.20
Ava Gardner In
"THE LITTLE HUT"
Pier Angell in
"THE VINTAGE"
In Cinemascope!
TODAY IDEAL .25 -.15
Maria Schell in
"GERVAISE"
Oskar Werner in
"MOZART"
service
center
BALBOA 6:15 8:10
ou (an't
OiUNWAY
i?ROM(a).
DIABLO 7:06
Gene Nelson
THE ATOMIC MAN"
GAMBOA 7:M
"Women of Pitcairn Island"
Friday "The Atomic Man"
LA BOCA 7:0t
Gregory Peck in TWafl In
The Grey Flannel Suit"

CAMP BIERD

RICHARD WIDMARK
"TAKE THE HIGH GROUND"
' ' ' 6:15 8:15

(1

Shanti, who also helped itt re

crultlng players for the carta
Vieja squad, used the Columbus,
o.. oiuce oi National Associa
tion president George Trautman
as his base of operations, Shantz
resides In Columbus,
Nachio said his team will not
be an awe-inspiring one but In
stead, fans can expect to watch
a young, hustling, promising ball
club in action. Most of the slay
ers figure big In the Athletics
plans ior tne future ana tneir
performances In Panama will be
used as a basis for possible pro promotions
motions promotions to higher classifications
next season,
finally lost a gams 'ate the follow
mg season," Solem recalls. "My
coat pocket was bulging with
'lucky pennies' the kids had found
and they were getting to be quite
a nuisance.
Won Captaincy
Before coaching at Drake, Ossie
had taken a brief whack at prac
ticing law with his brothers in
Minneapolis and then enlisted in
tht Army a tthe outbreak of World
War I, emerging two years later
with the rank of captain. After one
year at Luther College, he took
over at Drake and subsequently
moved on to Iowa, Syracuse and
Springfield.
There is something spiritual in
Ossie's facial serenity and the
soft-speaking Solem has had a
profound effect on his players. His
credo is to "leave no regrets on
the field" and his players admire
clamness and control.
He hasn't done too hadly with
his philosophy, either. In 1937 two
of ms Syracuse assistants were a
couple of fellows named Bud Wil
kinson and Biggie Munn. A few
years later one of the best play
ers he turned out at Syracuse was
a guy named Duffy Daugherty.
If those names sound familiar.
they should. They were named
coach of the year respectively in
1949, 1953 and 1955. An honor
which Ossie never won but, then,
he's been too busy being one of
the coaches of the last half cen cen-ry.
ry. cen-ry. tury.
Whatever
Happened to .
EARLE (GREASY) NEALE
i
One sport at a time never was
enough for Earle (Greasy) Neale
A major league outfielder for nine
years, he continued to coach foot
ball. One season, he spent tbe
summer with the Cincinnati Red-
legs and the fall directing a bril
liant Washington and Jefferson
eleven that wound up in the Rose
Bowl. In 1949 he was pro coach
of the year' for his Job on the
Philadelphia Eagles but after 36
years -of coaching the string ran
out when the Eagles dropped him
in 1951.
Whatever happened to Greasy
Nealee In all his years in pro
sports he annually saved exactly
half his salary and in New York
today, at 64, "I'm doing nothing
and love it, nothing except play
golf and watch a football came
occasionally."
TAMirUT JL-
i uraiun I TjT
CRISTOBAL
mmummM-WmSl WtlOTH
ar
MARGARITA 6:15 7:15
Ken Taylor
"TRACK THE MAN DOWN"
SANTA CRCZ 6:15 :65
"FINGER OF GUILT"
"PASSION" 7:45 only
PARAISO 6:15 1:31
Elizabeth Taylor
"LAST TIME I SAW PARIS"

Players

Frh
- Apart from Shantz, three oth-
er members of the team have al-
ready played here. First base-
J ""
biic iuvj wifit a .till wctiiiuiig
erage last winter, and outfielder
johnny Kropf and mneider spi spider
der spider WJlhelm have had at least
two seasons on the Isthmus;
xesteraay iNacmo expressea
his desire to sicn up fast ball-
ins; lefty, Vibeft Clarke if tbe
temperamental hurler is given
his release by the champion
Cerveza Balboa club.
Clarke, who is known to be of
a rebellious nature, did not play
here last season because of dif differences
ferences differences with the Beermen's
front office.
using what he called "a little
uabL diiu ;usu ymm yoj
4 ....VhIam, 'I
The possibility, however, of
Nachio contracting Clarke, -appeared
remote because CV man manager
ager manager Leon Kellman declared he
has no Intention of giving up
the southpaw, who is the prop property
erty property of the New York Giants.
"If Clarke pitches In the
learue it will be for Cerveza
Balboa," Kellman said empha emphatically.
tically. emphatically. Sportsman Eric Delvalle. who
was prominent in local baseball 1
circles as an owner im t.n a fw'i
years ago, has taken over the

day

Carta Vieja franchise, Jointly, P6 of howimg dwarfed such
with Nachio. 'good series as -warn mates Tea ai-

.
This season's 51-game sched
uie will run through Feb. 5.
Plans call for the Caribbean Se Series
ries Series to begin In San Juan, Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico, Feb. 10.
r i D I ftt'
UdlOr KOWl UftlCidlS
To Eye Potential
ITs This Weekend
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP)
The Gator Bowl selection commit
tee expects to have a better idea
following games this weekend
which teams are potential con contenders
tenders contenders for the earliest of the ma major
jor major post-season bowl games.
Committee Chairman Sam Wolf-
son disclosed Monday the number
of teams under consideration has
already been narrowed to nine.
They are Texas AIM, Mississip Mississippi,
pi, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas Christian,
Texas, Arkansas,- Vanderbilt, Mi
ami (Fla.) and Mississippi State.
George Olsen, business manager
of the Gator Bowl Assn., added
that officials hope for a top m
tersectional contest" for the Dec.
28 Gator Bowl, which would prob
ably pit a Southeastern Conference
team against one from the South
west.
Last year, the Gator Bowl
matched Pittsburgh and Georgia
Tech in what was generally con
ceded one of the year's best bowl
games.
Proposals To Add
Buffalo, Louisville
Not On NFL Agenda
PHILADELPHIA (UP) Pro
posals to add Buffalo a ndLouis-
vllie teams to tne rvanonan rooi rooi-ball
ball rooi-ball League will not be discussed
when league officials gather here
on Dec. 2 for a preliminary play player
er player draft. s
Lea rue Commissioner Bert Bell
said the expansion problem "will
be something for the league to
consider at the regular winter
meetine

.. ...

life

Editors CONK
Pan Canal Bowling Association
j
c.nt attendance of the league V
suouung ior one nunorea per
.icuiauvei' aunoay
afternoon
uv Xf S ulS
Ciub House.
Diablo Heights
MAJOR LEAGUE
Teams w L
J'an-Am jets 28 U
teymour Agency
24
iuerza y Lui
24
22
18
17
16
13
Lucky Strike
European Furn.
El Rancho
H. I. Homa
R. C. Ne-Hi
Five Leading Averaees Coffev
192, Balcer 189, Nunes 188, Best
185 Lane 184.
w Kimkei. 246 Balcer 225.
I
Pan-Am Jet i El Rancho 1
Spearheaded by superb rolling
by Carmen Cascio, tue Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican Jets took the El Rancho
Gardens tor three uoints and re
tained their leading- Dosition in the
Iiajor League. The Kanchitos roll
ed the second best series of the
night but it was their misfortune
to run in the fAA jets, who were
nouer man tne sputnik.
uascio, xresn irom nis 682 se-
nes last Friday nieht. Proved
lat night's penormance was hot
flash in the pan. when he cam
k Tuesday with a 677 set. This"
t.itton'x 605 and Rancluto's Ed
ivUnkel 595 nd Del Charters 593.
Fuerza-Lui J H. I. Homa 1
The Fuerza y Lui Kilo Watts.
k;pt pace aqd remained tied xor
tie runnerup spot, two points out
1 iirst" The- ,Kll0'W4tt Picked on
I very' imprtanthreewrints.
Th Kilo-Watts, were on the road
for a total when noma's tBud Bal
cer and Thomas got hot in the
last 'game with 225 and 222 plus
better than2 average output from
the other three members of the
team neted he Horn a S 880. seven-
y inree oeuer man r uorza y XiUZ.
Brown, pinch hiting for he ab-
SENT Wahac, registered the high highest
est highest Kilo Watts meter a 564, and
all the other Kilo were fully
cuarges for the five grand read
ing. Balcer smacked 583 helping!
to improve nis average..
Seymour Agency 3 R. C. Ne-Hi 1
ior tne .Seymour Agency, it was
a case of "must." Alter dropping
ine nrit game to tne bottom team
t.iey applied some pressure bowl
ing to gainer tne next tnree
points. Tne three points enabled
. f i I i m
y lui md PAA.
The big agent for the Seymour
Insurance team was Bill Cotfey,
who rolled three good games,
adding up to 599. Chuck Bowers
of Clayton was close by with ami.
For the Ne-Hi, Bill Allen was on
his way to a 600 series, when he
ran into a bugaboo in tne last
game and settled for 558.
Lucky Strike 4 European Furn. 0
The furniture from central Ave Avenue
nue Avenue took a drubbing and lost most

American Assn's Reluctance

To Give Up Denver

Solution to Minors' Problem

NEW YORK. Nov. 13 (UP) Of-
ficiali of three minor leagues
headed back home today to place
some new franchise ideas oerore
their members but the Americsn
Association's reluctance to give up
Denver appeared to be blocking
a quick solution.
Presidents of tne racmc. wiasi
League, American Association, and
t .,... .iiH tn reach anv
.n-mnt in a e 1-2 hour-' meet-!
ing yesterday "with baseball com-
missioner Ford Frick and other,
officials. V "u
The P.C.L. reportedly wanted to
acquire the attractive Denver
rea as one of ue .replacements
for the San Francisco and Los
Angeles areas it lost to the Gi
ants and the Dodgers.1 But toe As Association
sociation Association balked at giving up one
of its choicest frsnchieses,
n k.uk.n ii.'4 rt.
has no rights to draft Denver with-
out the American Association's a

greement Although tbe r.V.U u Aagoe u naca u ue picture."
technically rated a higher kaguel Others attending yesterday's meet'
with aa "open? classification, it Jig were minor leagues president
does not have the right to draft Groge Trautman, president Hor Hor-territory
territory Hor-territory from the two triple A ace Stoneham and vice-Preaident
class leagues the American As- Charles (Chub) Feeney.of the Gi Gi-socistioB
socistioB Gi-socistioB and the .International anU, vice-president K. J, (Buzxi)
League. 1 vv Bavasi f the Dodgers, general
"w. maAa nihn- iflana at to- manager Dewev Soriano of that

day's meeting and they now will
be submitted to tne leagues lnYoir-
ed for considers tion," said Frick.
But the commissioner aomuted

it is "doubtful that any agree-rou,

ment can be reached betore ue

ADO SARGEANI

ground, in the league race when
the Lucky Striker applied the
brush and dealt the Europeans
all goose eggs. Rolling without
their ace anchor man Boh t.

land, the European Furniture
stackers were close in ths. second
game by 20 pins, and in the finala
by six pins. -Dick Soyster and Ta Ta-to
to Ta-to Samaniego were the King size
bwl" .with 566 and 572, for the

iuueuiena rnini tns horn
McNair McLane with; 557,
was
' 15 N.D. WOMEN'S
INTER5fRVICE LEAGUI
Beachcombers
Rodman Wrens
W(h)ales
MRUs
Blue Devili
23 I
21 U
1AM
1 18
.12 20
10 22
Albrook Flyers
Redman 1 Beachcombers 1
In the battU tnr fir.t i..T- '.
the most spirited and -noisiest
league on the Isthmn Izy

fian Wren, flew oyer:' from' X ;

Zram? "nd 'warmed allvOver
the Beachcombers. In thi -I

Sue Bwchcombers repelled ..
the challenging flock and took a
close game by 12 pindl. And it
was good that they took this be because,
cause, because, at saved them from drop drop-Pingveut
Pingveut drop-Pingveut of first pla because,,,
the .Wrens took.the next' ihrVL'-1'

games. : ;

Fpurr Wrens worked; mighty hard ':
and were iustlv rw..A JtZZ

good marks, Judy Richards 504.
530, Nickie Knock 574. For the ""
league leading, Beachbomberf alr
so four picked up 500, Lena Burl
chett 538 Bess Shepherd 502, Tom-
mieSshh,r 552 Mar Rodg-
ers 502 .,,'

W(h)ales J,MRU 1 ;
MRU's started nut i u
meant business, vhm, il
Admiral Wales favnmto. u-
changed and the W)alel
cnaixea up tne second game, the
third and total nin. -rtf.
lis? r1""' f oroppea -..the
MRU from third to fourth.
Thl big W(h)ales whi "Z.
powered the .MRU's were M.V At At-nold
nold At-nold 521, Dottie Drew Mi n tu.
pro Ruby Lenman 555. The MRU's
from Amador Army which offered
the most resistance to th .n.m.
Joyce Bader 558 and Pat
nm 904. i
i Blue Devils 4 Albrook Fryer 0
The battle for Cellar f!h rrm Am
getting to be quite, the thing be between
tween between the Albrook Flyerettes and
ine wavy Blue Devilettes. Th -Blue
Devils clashed head on with
the team right above them and
when it was all over the two
am, exch,med Plces and how
the Flyerettes are stowed away K
in the basement hangar
Pat Steele had hr Satan' Dam Damsels
sels Damsels splattering' the pins all ever
th lanes and only in the second
game were they afraid, but man man-agd
agd man-agd to eke out a 20 pin win. In
the other three divisions they
had an easy time.
Bernice Roberts, on a loan,
helped the Devilettes with 518, Pat
Steele contributed 506 and Myrt
Mangels a 503. Marge Spiros tried .;
to salvase something from th
wreckage with a 519, but the' job
was too much to do singleharided.
major-minor-league meetings- at
Colorado Springs, starting Dec. 2.
It was indicated the minor leagues
involved might, gather two days
earlier at Colorado Springs for
preliminary-talks. s
Frick would not discuss the
leagues or cities involved, but his
words did bear out reliable infor
mation that Denver was the stum-
Wine block yesterday.
"We though we had made aood
plans but they were turned down,"
said Frick. "We don't, want to
orait or gran terntory srom some
uagues wmcn uou i want to give
1 P: I still think a satisfactory
oiuuun la pwoiuic, duv I must
admit I'm not as hopeful as I wss
30 day ago."
Frick said' "at the moiteenf it
does not appear that anv tarrfta.
irv will be drafted from t)ia Tt.
iss Learue to heln rmnlv th mi.
ror leagues problems but he ad.
nutted, "r might say the Texas
Seattle club of the P.dL. yke
prcucni vijuc rcinni oi in
lortland club of the P.C.L-, Na-
tonai league attorney Loxut car-
ana uariea &egar, secrete-
ry treasurer ot oaseDau.

Blocking

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CTHB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT, DAILY NEWSPAPER ...
.VEDNE5DAX, NOVEMBER J J, IB67

"-

New Cleveland G.M. Arrives To Begin Flexing 'Free Hand'

... ....... i 1

H

JOE WILLIAMS

' v : A
Frdn' th unerground we learn
that something i approximating
una aavhlt has Hmltan AUt ill the

United States Trotting Assnu ad

that its mctatonai ana niu.un.u niu.un.u-lionaire
lionaire niu.un.u-lionaire president, Lawrence B.
Sheppard, is on the way out.
' ; And from the same source comes
a prediction that, as t result of
certain moves now m tbe making,
the association itself will be re reduced
duced reduced to minor league statues, with
a corresponding reduction of au authority
thority authority in metropolitan cerners.,
fha finaniits hai-raffA bv ODD0J1-

Wts of Sheppard and hil grou

was law own yesternay in u
form of an open letter "In which
they were ordered to clean house,
i aicrnari hv the Har

ness Tracks Assn., a 16-member
management panel which speaks
lor most major tracks.
tk. mun fetter urni nlainlv ins

pired, by charges recently made
Trim A p K t

against me usia oy ueurgc mir
naghan, who polices the jughead

peat in una anue. juc uMit"
eluded Conspiracy, intimidation,
and criminal association.
' Mnnohn' attack has Put the

fihannarri or nun on the SDOt. The

gravity of the charges and the

responsiDiiity oi me souce aemanu
that they be answered to the full
satisfaction of the racing public.
Thia. ia in amMrrassment which

helps to explain the growing dis-

attectton zor tne anepparu aam. aam.-nistration
nistration aam.-nistration among rank and file
members of the national body.

EXCISSIVE BITE
Xfanaffhun't hi a St fnuld not have

come at a more propitious time
to suit the purpose of owners who
comprise the Harness Track Assn.
These men were alreadjrdetermin-
mA in hmalr with the IISTA. NOW

Monfltfhan had riven them addi-

tiAnal amfminttinri.

iWe Suspect the owners' princip princip-1
1 princip-1 reason for deciding to sever
elations is the heavy annual trl trl-ute
ute trl-ute they must pay to the USTA,

'percentage taice, wucn in ew
Vtrk alone, comes tn better than
$130,000. Purportedly monies thus
a1latait ,ra iicaH tn rlpfrav ffffice.

cjerical and statistical expenses.

'Said one oi tne owners yesier-;
lav "Thia arranfftriint i a hold-'

ivr frnm this rlavi when' harnessj

facing Was county iar tjStuff, -, To-

day the USTA 'levy iSrridic'uteusly

disproporunate to me sucinuuua
needs, and we win .have no more

:of.'it'-'".''- .V,.

A statef5upreme toun aecision
some months ago. which denied

the USTAtne rignt to countermana
. u-iainn hv thn stale commision-

er, e.g., in naming and assigning

track omciais. aiso came gwu
news to the owners, who feel.. .and
this deparment concurs... that
New York racing should be New

York ruled.
Offland, we'd say the USTA has
ia irv littu fnr th xnnrt here.

uvun r -t w
On the contrary, during the horse

men's strute, or Doycou last sum summer,
mer, summer, the association didn't seem to
mind which side won as Jone as it

wasn't Yonkers. v
What's more all the available
evirence appears to support Mo-
noohan'a fhnrOA that the USTA

was actuated by vengeful motives
in taking the famed Hambletonian
from its longtime, upstate rustic
site and handing it over to a lit little
tle little known Illinois trak.

WHAT GOES HERE?
We find ourselves wondering if
UA.mioii'i hinU.Kv-hlnw indict-

ro-nt nt tha USTA wasn't really

1UU, w.w -----
intended more for the eyes of

Gov. Harriman ana james m.
r.li than fnr th fillhloUS read-

AJBUWO VA.
ing delight of Sheppard.

We Sy tms Because h
man's action in appointing Landis
k. ;miir. intri the controversy

between Monaghati nd Snepard

wasn t mcucauve ol uuuui a w
U AAmmitcinner't 1 h l t V it

LUC VUW1uioowa b . - -
scarcely could have been construed

as 100 percent support.
. Uor-naaa urini has lone been a

happy addiction of the Harrimans,

nd traditionally tnep wtoo ub
avnaotait tn airia unth tllA old SUard

ICVIVU ..- J
in the Hambletonian crisis. E. Ro

land, the Governor s Drotner. must
hava had a trving time, votine

first to keep it here, then to let

it go.
All tua Irnntir ahnnt t.anriia ill that

he's Harvard law, relative of the
old baseball judge, and aspires to
the U.S. Senate. The tact that he
recommended a 3-man commit committee
tee committee makes him anti-Mpnaghan,
Why?. Qn.vyhafbasis? ,$pell It out,
mister, we donft, dig, yery good.

Along Thie Fairways

OAM BOA OOtf CL(JB
" TOURNAMENT
i.?- : :.;.,
The 'third week of the Annual

Club Chamnionshin Tournament

sponsored by tne home ot Agewooa.

National Distilleries has just been

eommeted. Fortunately, we did

not have the flood waters of the
Atlantic side as the couse was still

very muddy in several fairways
and there were the usual lost
balls.

Some of the matches were not

the way they would figure. Two
of the matches was won on the
18 hole. One was between Peav-

ley and Lewter. Lewter bad to give
ll strokes so their handicaps were

pretty much as to their games

snot, ine otner matcn wdicr was
woir on the 18 hole was between

Welborn and Dunsmoor. I guess

Dunsmoor lost his. touch to tie
the matches even though he tried.

The other winners of the matches

didn't have much trouble in com

ing through.

' Th

he spot prizes were figured this

Iweek as all the contenders left
9. i m i.i

nave won ine great prizes oi me
assortd liquors donated by Nation National
al National Distilleries and they are not

Vlegible for these spot prizes.
$ The following list art the win-
Jhers of a bottle of the liquor.

r...j ;sj .',. rz &y fiM
SJ. riaire. dement?. Christian

sen, Rogers, Merger. Wrggs, Pull
Jacks, Foster, Schiltz, Daniel,
Coureville, MancinelU, Lewter1, and

Engeuw.

A full case, of assorted National
Distellery products goes to Mae
Askew aS she was medalist and to

Ruth Lincoln as she was the win

ner of the women's fhcht. Ruth

Loncoln will also receive a small
sivlr cup for playing like and
being a Champion. Chi McCue gets

a half case of ijquor as she was
the runner up in the women's flight.
The players left in this weeks

finals all have a half case of liquor

at least and are vieing for the

full case and the final Champion

silver cup.
The pairings for this week are
as follows. V

( r 1st flight ...
Peavley vs. Perantie
2nd flight
Scott vs Welborn
Remember to keep the date

of Nov. 24 open as we are having
the presentation of the prizes and
one should see some good golf

played for the Championship Cup.

Indians' Directors
Promise Lane
Full Control

CLEVELAND, Ohio, Nov. 13
(UP) New general manager
Frank Lane ot the Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians arrived here todav to be

gin flexing the "free hand" the
Tribe directors promisedv when
they announced his appointment

yesterday,
Unqualified control Of the In Indians
dians Indians was the thing Lane sought
when he offered himself to the

directors. Until Lane aoted, the

Indians recognized the claim oi
the' St. Louis Cardinals on him,
Once It was clear that Lane
sincerely wanted to accept the

Cleveland challenge, ne goi nis
contract on his terms. First term
was that "free -hand." Then
came "a three-year contract and

a higher salary than I got in St.
Louis."
Lane arrived for a one-day
look around Cleveland. He was
due to return to St. Louis for
one day, then fly to Havana to
confer with the Tribe' new
field manager, Bobby Braf an,
who is nilotinr a club there.

The first Lane-Bragan topic

appeared likely to be Lou Bou Bou-dreau,
dreau, Bou-dreau, hired as a coach by de deposed
posed deposed general manager Hank
Greenberg.

T man tn find nut. if Wank

committed the club, then taut to
Bragan," Lane said. "I would say
at. firt a-lanca thai, T would have

to approve Boudreau as a coach.

I tried to hire mm once ior tne
White Sox after he was fired in

Cleveland,, and offered mm $zo,-

000. But he signed as a player
witV. t.h Rprf Rent."

"I know the Cleveland ciut

well," Lane said. "But it's pre-

mature to taiK aeais. me inti intimate
mate intimate decisions will be made by
Bragan and Lane."
Lane recommended Bragan

strongly to Greenberg while
Hank was seeking a successor to
one-vear field manager Kerby

Fnrraii T.na termed-1 his new

partner "a very itood manager

with creative aointy.
Trader Frank believes the In

dians are "fair" as now consti constituted,
tuted, constituted, but explained." "Tie team
needs fixing tip, particularly in

the lnneia.
He 'said Vic Wertz would be

"oerent.nhla" at first hftaei that

IBob.Aylla "may be able" to play

tmra, out I wouia say we neea
rehabilitation around second
base." 1 '
"t would have to guess," Lane
said, "that the outfield might
be all right. If we can doctor
the Infield, we'll be going some
place."
. That first "some place' was a
iqs home irate of "a million or

more." Lane said that "any time
niAvaiand dnpsn't draw a mil-

lioni there should be an inves

tigation. It's a good oaseDaii city.

All it neeas is tne proauci. its
been depressed. It's not' dead, it

has just been dormant."

Lane cancelled ine uura year
of his pact with -owner August

A Busch Jr. of the Cards. He
said he would f 'go elsewhere" If
the Cleveland job fell through.

"Mr Rnsp.n i inn tier cent." ne

explained, "but there are some

other people mere (in gi. Louis t
vhn think- thev know baseball.

The Rit.nat.inn limited me to ao

certain things. I'm smart or

stupid enough to want to win
or lose on my own judgment."
T ana caifi t.hflt, DURCh wanted

to keep him, though he permit

ted tne negotiations wnn iue
Tribe.

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In Pedro Miguel's handicatv trap

shoot Sunday, Lee Carr brdke out

with a rash of dead birds about

him as he raked in the prize en envelopes
velopes envelopes to the consternation of all
about. He got a 24x23 in event one
for first and just missing a tie for

first in the second for a total to

45x50.

The nearest anyone could come

to the red-hot Carr was a feeble
42x50 registered by Maury
Holmes. Leisy. Shacklett and Call

Jensen followed in order.

The inauguration of the first e-

lectic trap was a complete suc success.
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ST. LOUIS. NOV. 13 (UP)

New St. Louis cardinal general
manager Vaughn (Bine) Devine

said todav be will get in con

tact with Redbird manager Fred
Hutchinson and have him re return
turn return to St. Louis. i
"I want to discuss some of th.
olayer with Hutch, then rll
have to get someone to take over
my old iob," Devine said. "T'm
especially interested In what
""red may hve scouted un on
his trip south and to Cuba.
Hutch has done n outstanding
joh and I'm 'ad he's with us."
"I have high hopes for the
Cardinal pennant chances next
season said Devine. "Frank
Lane left me a good young
tem.H
Devine was appointed Lane's

uccesflor as pen era manager

vesterday after Lane disclosed
he wa accepting a similar nosl nosl-tlon
tlon nosl-tlon with the Cleveland Indians.
' Tvlne. who has been In the
Card organization since 1939.

was eT-utive assistant to Lane
since 1955. v: ..-

A warning has been issued to

local turfmen by President Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon racetrack' manager Pablo

A. Thayer, about purchasing hors

es irorn Chilean norse owner
Sergio Abogabir Lama. The rea

son Is that Lama s horses nave
been ruled off all Chilean tracks

and rannot. ha used for breeding

either. The horses are still JUa
Chile.." -.. -j. 1

'. Lama was found guilty of ub-J

stituting one of his better horses

as a "ringer" for an inferior

one.

The Santiago Racing Club has

asicea an countries wnicn rec

ognize the Santiago track to up

hold the drastic penalty. Lama

Is prohibited irom selling his

horses, racing them or transier
ring them to anyone else.

Thayer has announced that the
horses will be useless to anyone
obtaining them for racing or

breeding in Panama.

The thoroughbreds are Acer Acer-tad
tad Acer-tad a, Aguina, Ana Karenina,
Amuleto (ex-Nautilus), Farre Farre-ra,
ra, Farre-ra, Fascinador, Inconformista,
Leucoton, Picador,. Sataniea
(ex-Vendetta), Seven Up (ex (ex-Joponesito),
Joponesito), (ex-Joponesito), Dos de Oros, Sin
Triunfo and Escalera Real.

oOo

, The names and pedigrees of 18,!

Of the 20 two-year-oid Argentine
colts that manager Thayer re recently
cently recently Journeyed to Argentina to

purcnase:
Loberia, dark bay filly by Pesy Pesy-Brizna.
Brizna. Pesy-Brizna. Pan Tostado, dark bay colt by

Fam ariiie-Mocosa.
Pastoreo, chestnut by Pain
Grllle-Ojos Verdes.
Xlstularls, dark bay colt by
Pesy-Novia.
' Manuela Pedraza, chestnut fil filly
ly filly by pesy-Ligadura.
- Mi Locura, dark bay filly by
Pesy-Oay Tune.
Gun Man, grey colt by Pesy-

Nueva.

Deungalope, chestnut colt by

Pesy-Aicooa.

Mi Cautiva, dark bay filly by

Pesy-La Movediza.

Pintarraco, chestnut colt by

Pesy-Miss Pinto.

La Fama, light bay filly by

pesy-Grlllera.
. Coquille, chestnut filly by Pe
sy-La Truite. ;'.

; .Doble Flia. dark bay filly by

f ain oruie-Mas nja.
Bodegon, bay colt by Baman
Saint Lady.

' El Pobreton, chestnut colt by

Montalban-Buru Chury.
Carcaman, grey colt by Bho
pal-Chlclanera.

Pocas Pllchas,' chestnut colt by

Gay Boy-Fllomena.
oOo
The first group of the above above-mentioned
mentioned above-mentioned two-year-olds plus
separate groups bought by Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Boyd and Silvio Lazzarin
are expected to lea v Buenos
Aires during the first week of
December.
oOo
Formful racing and clean rid riding
ing riding were the keynote of the week

end's programs at the president
Remon track. Only two jockeys

were suspended.

Gilberto Montero drew a four-

meet penalty for crowding Tri'
rreme, Matriculado and Camber

well Immediately after the start
with Miss Patience In Sunday's

sixth race.
Catalino Igleslas got twelve
meets for not allowing Clybem
to extend herself until the issue
was already decided. Clybem

ran in Saturday's fifth race.

Arrabalero, Amm Dldi, and

Volcanlco each got 15 days sus suspension
pension suspension for finishing their re respective
spective respective races lame. Elegido got
a similar penalty for bleeding

from the nose.

Camargo was set down two

meets for refusing to start.
Apache got an eight-meet sus
pension for his poor perform
ance.
oOo

"Bad Boy" Bias Agulrre will be

back in action this weekend. The
Panama Gambling C o n t rol

Board has lifted a suspension A

guirre was serving until the end

or tms year.
The Gambling Board's deci decision
sion decision was sighed by Minister of
Finance Gilberto Arias who Is
also president: of the Panama
. Gambling control Board.

'The atud Poker ,oni t.Via Rfiirt

Buen8Fe4hi,weetacqutred two
nf 4-Via Dr!Hsli''hn.i...Vil..Ad

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Fernandez importing titmf
The Stud Pnker hnntrht. tha fit.

ly Rose Of the World while the

etua uuena Fe purchased the

con, summer party.
0O0
Two hitrhlv ratftd flhiloan

Jockeys, Alfonso poblete and

uuuiermo Kivera, are expected
to arrive on the Tst.hmns anv

time How Thpv have haan nnn

tracted by the President Remon

racetrack- to ride here.

Gun Club iVofes

hand for the occasion. Results fob
low:
Carr 18 yrds. 45 x 50
Holmes 20 yds. 42 z 50
Shacklett 20 yds. -41 1 M
Leisy 18 yds. 41 x 50
Jensen 20 yds. 40 x 50
Jensen Jr. 18 yds. 39 x 50
Stewart 20 yds. 39 x 50
Jones W.E. 20 yds. 39 x 50
Hay 24 yrds. 39 x 50.
Fogarty 20 yds. 35 X 50
Cedeno 20 yds. 28 x 50
Brandle dropped out after first.

event.

The next shoot will be held Sun

day, Nov. 24. All are welcome."

Prospects for a turkey snoot art
in the Offing for this date.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT .'DAILY NEWSPAPER
, .WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 13,
FAGE TEN
;:, THIS 6PACltt !S;FOR;.SAtx;,:i
Ai-FOB INFORMATION ; TELEPHONE '2-0740 I
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
.Vt-

" Resorts 1
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PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Bo 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-173.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Baach. Talaphena
Trim, Balboa 1622.
Fosters cottages and largo baach
housa. Phona Balboa 2830 Mon Monday
day Monday through Friday.
For the best Club-Plan, consult
PANAMA RADIO CORPORA CORPORATION.
TION. CORPORATION. Central Avenue 7th No.
9-13. Phone 2-3364.
FOR RENT: Fusnished house,
3 bedrooms, garage, maid's
room, master bedroom air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, hot watar. Phone 2-
0740, Mr. Garrido.
Mw k ah maddest guy
oniMrt it. moU the on
thot's wrong?
TELE-RAD
TV SERVICE
speeddependAble
TEL 2-2374
Cone fW Dart Stv
1956 gtudebaker, Hardtop,
Golden Hawk, Radio, 2 Tone,
Automatic Trans, W.S.W.,
V8 $1,995.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. S-7010
1955 Buidc Century, Hardtop,
Radio, W.S.W. $1,995.00
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1955 Pontiac, 4 -door,
V8 $1,475.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1950 Chevrolet Cony., PG,
Radio, W.S.W $450.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1952 Buick, Hardtop, Radio,
I Tone $675.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1953 fincoln, 4-door, Radio
2 Tone, W.S.W.
$975.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1953 Pontiac, 2-door,
Radio, 8 Cyl $895.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
Tel. 3-7010
1954 Ford Station Wagon,
Radio, FDM, VS.
$1,450.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL 3-70U.
1955 Ford, 2-door, Fairlane.
1954 Buick, 2-door,
$1,495.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
, TeL 3-711
Radio, 2 Tone, W.S.W.
$1,095.00.
COLPAN MOTORS
TeL $-:! ''

Houses

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartment!, I,
2 bedrosms. hot. cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Apartment ideal
for office or clinic, across Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel lots of parking space.
Call 3-1766.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living and diningroem,
kitchen etc. Across Panama Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Via Espana 106, Apartment
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment 2 bedrooms.
Street 45 No. 2-197.
FOR RENT. Apartment, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, screened. Via Porrat 56,
$60.00. Keys apartment 1, call
telephone 2-2316; 3-0234.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, livingroom,
dining room, kitchen. 2 bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms service, balcony, maid's
room, garage, everything new.
Call Tel. 2-28833-1318.
FOR RENT:-G.l.s' ONLY. One
bedroom apartment. Completely
furnished, in quiet neighborhood.
Near Hotel El Panama Rant
$70.00. Call 6-462 Gamboa.
sFOR RENT: Wilcox Apart Apart-ments.
ments. Apart-ments. Park's Front, New Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Garage facilities. P.O. Box
630. Tel. 877. Colon
FOR RENT: Army inspected
' furnished one-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences. 4th of
July Ave. Phone 2-2081 after 4
p.m. 2-1140.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room, independent service. San
Francisco, 86th Street East No.
6, Roosevelt Theater Street.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment $50. Via Porras No. 101.'
Phone 3-2568.
Bulgaria Seeks
Dollars With Big
Resort Program
I VARNA, Bulgaria (UP) '- Com Communist
munist Communist Bulgaria has thrown -'the
(.weigh! J : econoiir,''e-
mna an amDitious plant irx create
a "Red Riviera" on the s'BUck
Sea port will Boast such capitalist
pleasure1 'spots as gambling casi casinos,
nos, casinos, night' clubs featuring western
entertainers. and, despite the Vic Victorian
torian Victorian look of official communist
morals, nudist beaches.
The project is being HIPPED
through in an all out effort to
earn tourists' dollars. They are
desperately needed to keep the in industrialization
dustrialization industrialization of this impoverish impoverished
ed impoverished country going.
"All we're interested in is
dollars," said Stevan Kourryev,
general manger of an 11 hotel
section that is already operating.
"All of our business if being
handled on a dollar basis. We on only
ly only accept payments in green greenbacks
backs greenbacks or goods that can be easi
ly converted into dollars. That
goes for Russian tourists as well
as for anybody else."
But while Russians, Czechs and
East Germans have been provid providing
ing providing the bulk of business in the
Red Riviera's first season, the
Bulgarianas- have made it clear
that thep are mainly aiming at
tourist trade from the West.
They assert that they will lift
the Iron Curtain for anybody who
wants to perid his vacation on
the sandy shores of the deep-blue
Black bea.
"We want this place to be be-.
. be-. come a playground otf the
woorld," Kourryev said with a
sweping gesture at the beach
and the new buildings lining it.
Nine months ago. the coast be
tween here and the resort of Gold
en Sands was nothing but a wil wilderness
derness wilderness of sea, sand and bushes.
Today 20 hotels and 500 two-bed
tourist cabins are in operation.
By 1960, 110 additional hotels
10 north of here anu at least
100 lining the beaches which
stretch south towards (he Turkish
border are scheduled to be com completed.
pleted. completed. Salmon Are Spawned
From Sail Wafer
In Hatchery Trick
j BRINNON, Wash. (UP) Defy Defying
ing Defying the ordinary laws of nature,
I pink salmon are being spawned
for the first time directly from
salt water at the Washington St
Fisheries Department's Bowman's
Bay station near here.
In the past, the delicate business
of rearing hatchery salmon has
I been a fresh -water proposition for
that is the way nature handles
I the situation.
iBut now the stats fisheries men
have proved nature can be defied
in this respect. Pink salmon re returning
turning returning to Bowman's Bay this fall
are returns from a casual plant
in 1955, when pink fingerlings, in infected
fected infected with a parasite, were flush flushed
ed flushed directly from holding ponds
through a drain pipe into salt wa water.
ter. water. The salmon have retnmed to
the drain pipe, despite thsir ig ignominious
nominious ignominious dismissal two year a a-go.
go. a-go.
r u fit:. : -J it...
hatchery research and manage-

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UNTKBNAL Dt PU8I.K ACIONCS No Lottan Plan
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(h Bella Vttta Tbealro COLON:
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet Vi
ton pick-up truck V-8, long bed,
watrierproof top, radio. Call Ho Hotel
tel Hotel RoosavehV Thomas Lockie.
FOR SALE: By Point Four.
1951 Willys Station Wagon,
four wheel drive. See Mr. Cour i
ville, Antiguo Colegio Mlramar,
termination ot Ave. Balboa,
9:00 to
1 1 :00 a.m. November
13-15.
For the best Club-Plan, consult
PANAMA RADIO CORPORA-f
tion. Central Avenue 7th No.
9-13. Phone 2-3364.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile
88 Sedan duty paid for $600.00.
Excellent condition. Original
owner. Phone Panama 2-1661 or
3-0526
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Belvedere, station wagon, fully'
equipped. $1650. Quarry
Heights 2209.
FOR SALE: Mercury 1957 4 4-door,
door, 4-door, loaded with extras, better
than new. Call 3-7740 Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. 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: 1953 Ford 2-door,
6-cyl., good tires, radio and
heater, standard shift, excellent
condition, $750. Apt. 0277-A,
Gamboa. Phone 6430.
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris con convertible
vertible convertible $350; 1948 Chevrolet
deluxe coupe $200. 2049-A,
Curundu.
VOUB FEET HUBTT
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, ealloua ealloua-ses,
ses, ealloua-ses, in crown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCHOLL'8"
Products
J. Aroaemena Ave. 13-41
Tel. J-2J1J
Cameras
at
f ,Tuih"v
(Across Banco Naclonal)
PANAMA COLON
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
tor rates and information
TeL Panama t-OSSS
HASSELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central At.
SAN JOSE EXCURSION
Thursday, Not. 28
Sunday, Dec. 1
All Expense Tour for $65.00
FIDANQUE
TRAVEL SERVICE
Tel. 2-1661
ment program of the department,
said this occurrence "opens up a
wirld of possibilities in the rear
ing of pink and chum salmon."
"In the past," EUis explained,
all salmon have been taken
from fresh water for egg taking
and subsequent hatchery rearing
of progeny. The fresh water ma maturing
turing maturing period always had been
considered necessary for pink sal
mon as well as for other species."
So far nearly $0,000 eggs have
boon taken from the unexpect unexpected
ed unexpected mtura.
"The Dossibilitn of spawning di
rectly front salt water would be
of immeasurable aid in adding to
runs of pink and chum salmon,"
Ellis continued. "There sre many
salt water laxoons in the State of
Washington that could be used
for such planting and rearing, and
the returning nsn couia oe is sen
direethv from salt water for
spawning without the use of fresh
water."
TURTOISI-TURUI RACI
M ILW ATJKE E, Wis. (UP)-
Three teenagers in a stolen sta
tion wagon, failed to outdistance
two men in a seven-ton beer truck
yesterday. One of the men in the
truck owned tnt station wagon ana
caught the tees errs when they
stopped for a red light

NIKON

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HOUSEHOLI
Central A venae 12.165 Tel. 431
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Exercyclo, prac practically
tically practically new. Call Balboa 2-3284
after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: I pair Chicago
shoe skates sixe 9 white.
Dishes: Miscellaneous pieces of
Princess Minton-blue. Call:
1835 Balboa.
FOR SALE:--) 2 GA. Shotguns,
New Fox Double $55.00. Used
Winchester $36.00. New Bell
Portable Sewing $45.00. Patio
leather furniture Green $25.00.
Excellent Cabinet 24x48x96
Plate Mirror 26x36. Bal. 4455.
FOR SALE Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"x12"
xI2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco 6 Alfararia. S.
A., Via Espana No. 37-40.
Phona 3-0160.
FOR SALE: Deep freexer, 8 cu.
ft. capacity, Frigidaire, excellent
condition. Phone Fort Gulick
08412.
FOR SALE: Deluxe GE automa automatic
tic automatic clothes washer, like new,
$100. Phone 86-3143.
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. West West-ingheuse
ingheuse West-ingheuse refrigerator; four sets
Vertikal blinds, 54" wide. Call
Balboa 3416 or 0432-L, Fran Fran-gipani
gipani Fran-gipani St.
Getting ready for the holidays?
Then Iry our permanent, $7.50
to $12.50. Exclusively for ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. Call Diablo Beauty
Shop. Phone 2-1322.
FOR SALE: 21 -inch Admiral
console TV, 60 cycles; V hp.
washing machine motor, 25 cy cycles.
cles. cycles. Call Ft. Clayton 87-6186.
Red Dressing
VIENNA, Nov. 13 (UP) Wait
ers in Communist Chechoslovakia
are coins back to capitalist-style
tailcoats and dinner jackets, the
Prague newspaper Svobodne Slovo
said today. '.
I Walters have Wen. wearing: short
gray jacket jsinc? the country
went Cow munist in -1948; Form a
clothing for restaurant workers
had been banned as "conservative
and non-socialist."
"I DIDN'T MEAN TOI"
COLUMBUS. Ohio (UP) A
dozen policemen rushed to the
Ohio Penitentiary when a red light
on the police switchboard indicat
ed an emergency there. At the
penitentiary police found that an
inmate had accidentally bumped
an alarm button while printing in
it. I e:
uie prison record dtticc.

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Auburn Football Teams

Retain 1-2-3
By NORMAN MILL I R
NEW YORK UP)Texas A&M,
Oklahoma and Auburn, the na nation's
tion's nation's three perfect-record college
football powers, retained the 1-2-3
ratings of the United Press hoard
of coaches today in the extremely
close race lor the national cham championship.
pionship. championship. Michigan State, Iod and Ohio
State, the three titans from the
Big Ten Conference, remained in
contention right behind tna top
three following a weekend in
which the leaders won as expect
ed. The first six rankings were un
changed from last week.
Socialists Urge
IkeKhrushchev,
Macmillan Meet
LONDON. Nov. 13 (UP) Social
ist members of Parliament urged
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
today to invite president Eisenhow
er and Soviet communist cniei
Nikita S. Khrushchev to London
for talks on easing world tension.
Macmillan. replying, in a House
if Commons session, said he was
certain Eisenhower would like to
visit London when his other com commitments
mitments commitments permitted. But the
Prime Minister made no comment
on the call to invite Khrushchev.
President Eisenhower is sched
uled to visit Paris next month for
the 15-nation NATO summit talks.
It had been honed ho might visit
London on his way home, but the
White House said last week that
the President would be suable to
do so because of commitments.
Opposition lsborite Arthur Lew
is asked Macmillan en the floor of
the House to invite the President
while he was abroad for the NATO
talks, . -
Lewis said Maemulan also
should Invite Khrushchev and
French President Rene Coty I so
tension" could be pursued

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HOLLYWaCOT

MOVIES-TELEVISION
by Erskine Johnson
NtA Staff Correspondent

HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Behind Las Vegas during the sixth an an-the
the an-the Screen- Maybe it's the brisk nuai; Tournament of Cnampions

fall'' weather or maybe the out
".u.J?2a tJ. wr.nrir
K fteir
headlines to movie stars. Any-
waJMuJayne Mansifeld 'and tfing
Crosby have just scored on uie
laugh parade. Someone iff" London
aalcen Javne if she was Still feud-
ing with Zsa Zsa. Jayne's icy reply
'7. T whnr
And -when a pal asked Bing
Crosby, "Where is Bob Hope these
days?'' Bing replied: "He's in Lit
tle Rock entertaining the troops.
Alice Faye and Phil Harris are
comin? out of their long-time re-
tirement I hear, to headline the
I n i a. al t-v a. t
moor snow ai me ueseri inn in
Ratings
Tennessee' advanced three
notches to No. 7, followed in or
der by the service scSdemies,
Navy and Army, with Duke this
weeks' newcomer among the top
10 in the 10th ranking.
Only 57 points separated the
first four teams this week. Texas
A&M was the No. 1 choice of 14
members of the 35-man United
Praia a vtstin ef K a rrl ("sir I skAm
ceived eight first-place votes, Au
burn six and Michigan State five
Rarely have four teams been in
such close contention for the top
rating at such s late stage of the
season. In points, distributed on a
10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis for votes
from first to 10th places, the Tex
as Aggies led with 307 out of a
possible 350; Oklahoma had 287,
Auburn 256 and Michigan State
Iowa and Ohio State, each with
one firstplace vote, followed with
228 and 184 points, respectively.
Tennessee had 116, Navy 82, Army
79 and Duke 44.
Shakeyp On Top
A shakeup in the ton 10 may
be expected next week following
battles between some of the rank
ing powers. Texas A&M best bet
for the Cotton Bowl, takes on Rice
(bed for the 15th ranking this
week). Oklshoms, which has
clinched an Orange Bowl berth,
plays Notre Dame (tied for No.
20) in Saturday's nationally-tele
vised game.
Auburn faces a "breather" in
unranked georgia, but Michigan
State plays tough Minnesota and
Ohio State hss a ehance to noalify
for the Rose Bowl by beating
Iowa.
Mistiisi Dpi. another lead
ing bowl prospect, headed the sec
ond 10 group, followed h order by
Anions (Tempe) State. Wisconsin
and Clem son. There was a five five-team
team five-team tie for 15th place among
Arkansas, Dartmouth, Or gen.
Rice and Stanford. Tied for-20th
place were Notre Dame, Penn
State and UCLA. Holy Cross, Illi Illinois
nois Illinois and North Carolina each re
ceived one point Uus weak.

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5334-C Davis St., Diablo. Also
want to place reliable maid
WANTED : Experienced house housekeeper,
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medium sixe family. Salary te
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ply Apply with references to 45th St.
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WANTED: U. S. family desires
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ma Panama Hilton.
WANTED TO BY: 6 cylinder
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WANTED: Vacation quarters,
young couple desire vacation
quarters beginning onor .. JaiU
13. Tel. Gatun ,9-534.
K
an April oi lass. 1 jmi net on
PhU. showine uo but Alice has
changed 1 about
returnlngtfo-the spotlight...
With 'moviegoers screaming a
bout gray-topped actors being
mismatched on the screen with
"too young" leading ladies, how
about that Sophia Loscn Carlo
Ponti marriage? He's better than
MnAa GtnHia'a user, y
There is no business like show
business for the second genera
tion, either. But it's mostly tne
sons, not the daughters ot famed
movie and stage stars who are
turning out to be "slices off the
old hams."
Latest member of the Screen
Actors Guild is Bob, Mitchom's
U-y ear-old Jam, e spittin' im image
age image of the star, who is playing
Bob's younger brother in "The
Whippoorwill," a movie about
moonshiners in, thai Deep South.
Jim, an inch taller than Bob,
seems to have inherited the "nat "nat-tural"
tural" "nat-tural" acting talents that have al
ways trademarked the elder' Alit Alit-chum's
chum's Alit-chum's roies and is said to be
eager for a full-time acting career.
RECENT second-generation new
comers to Hollywood cameras in include:
clude: include: Helen Hayes' son,. James
MacArthur; Pat Wayne, son v ot
old iDavid. working with him4 right
now inline Proud Rebel";, silent'
John Wayne; Alan Ladd's 10-y ear-
star Biine Dove s sob, 18-year-old
Bob Kenaston: Bill Welunan Jr..
son of the director; Joel McCrea's
handsome sprout, Jody; Dennis,
son ot Andy Devine, and Alan
Dinehart III, who recently play played
ed played Dean Stockwell's buddy in "The
careless .Years.
On TV there are Ricky and Da
vid Nelson, Ronnie Burns, Jason
Robards Jr. and Tony Douglas,
son of Laura La Plante. Oddly,
the only career minded daugh
ters of stars who readily come
te mind are Mary Martin's daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Bob Montgomery's Elisabeth,
and Diane Barrymore of "Too
Much, Too Soon" fame.
GAIL RUSSELL won a two-
month reprieve, to keep a film
tuinmumeni, oeiore lacing ner
third drunk-drivine rhrc VUr
bearing is set for mid-December.
The Witnet: A noon slan blinir.
ro1 out in front of a "Wo Never

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WANTED (United States Phar-
. meeeutical Firm establishing op
orations in' the Colon Free Zone
has Immediate employment open openings
ings openings for the following positions:
Traffic Manager, Chief Accoun Accountant,
tant, Accountant, Office Manager with Ac Accounting
counting Accounting or Traffiw Experience,
Executive Secretary. Persons ap applying
plying applying for these positions must
he between the ages of 30 and
45, have perfect knowledge of
Spanish and English, and no less
than six years experience in the
positions here advertised. Appli Applicants
cants Applicants for these positions must
submit a detailed resume of their
working experience and past po positions
sitions positions to Be.. 536, Colon, R.P.
LOST: Valuable documents for
Carl L. Moline in the vecinity of
El Chorrillo near the Swift fir Co.
Please return if found to Mr.
Molina at Manuel Maris Icaza
St. No. 7 Panamo. Tel. 3-6273.
Reward will be give. s
Boats b Motors
FOR SALt: 2I-ft. cabin cruis cruiser
er cruiser "Vivecs" No. 1060 with
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mation Information call Panama 21840 or
contact Prime at Balboa .Yacht
Club. ..
"WHf RE YA 'BEEN'
Tnisin rf.ach. ciii. fUPW,
Frank Benjamin, a 33-year-old la la-hni
hni la-hni ant arrested on suspicion of
burglary because he wanted to
better himself. He broke info a
sporting goods store threw an ash
can lid through a window to at
tract attention and tnen, upon tne
arrival of police; explained: "I've
been waiting for you. I'm just a
laborer and can't get a job. I dey
cided to go to .prison to learn a
Irade.'
gas. For several embarrassing
Close" gambling palace in Las Ve Ve-hours,
hours, Ve-hours, it readr" l a
"We Never Lose., Lose.,-ELIZABETH;'
ELIZABETH;' Lose.,-ELIZABETH;' TAYLOR says
ha lnt 30 nnnnrlfi rlurinff thft two
weeks she was in fnevhospitai nav nav-ing
ing nav-ing her baby She's now back to
her" normal wefehC df 115. HuUb
Mike Todd is way overweight
though in money. He s said to oe
earning over $400,000 a week from
the profits of "Around tne worm
in 80 Days."
It's the reason Mike can afford
to rent Madison Square Gaden
for a night for "a little party for
my frends." Everything can be
deducted on his income tax he
hopesi v?

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Western Alliance, Says US Admiral
PARIS. Nov. 13 (UP) A top American admiral warned the North Atlantic Treaty Organization today
that the Russians are building their havy'for the sole purpose of destroying the Western Alliance
Adm. Jerauld Wright, supreme allied commander NATO forces in the. Atlantic; expressed this view in & speech
before a gathering of 180 members of parliament from the 15 NATO countries. .Xi;'Y
The single aim of the Soviet navy,, Wright said is this: .' ."frh;','"'s''- '.''
"The isolation of North America from Europe, the defeat of NATO at' sea and therefore the destruction of our
alliance. ;".'

. The American admiral deliv

ered his blunt warning to the

NATO legislators, whose meeting

Mere is simply that or an avi avi-cry
cry avi-cry group, just a day after they
Bad been reassured by an Amer American
ican American Air Force general about the

ready retaliatory striKing powei
41 allied nuclear air power,
f "The Russians are building a
navy which has risen from sev seventh
enth seventh place in 1945 to second
place in number today, and first
place in new construction,"
Wright said.

'Fund' To Inquire
Into Church-State
Relations In US

NFW YORK. Nov. 13 (UP)-The

Fund for the Republic announced

today it would conduct an inquiry
Into American, religious life, in

cluding its effect on public educa education
tion education and voting.

Robert M. Hutchins, president of

the Fund, said the study would be
part of its "basic issues" program
covering such subjects as corpora corporations,
tions, corporations, 'abor unions and the com common
mon common defense.
He explained that the religion
project would deal with the rela relationship
tionship relationship between church and state,
religious dissent and the role of
religion in public life.
..John Cogley, of the Fund's exec executive,
utive, executive, staff, has been named ad administrator
ministrator administrator of the project. Dr.
Reinhold Niebuhr, Protestant theo theologian
logian theologian and author, and The Rev.
John Courtney Murray, editor of
Theological Studies, will' serve as

m-armnatnrs.

"It Is a, navy larger than all
other navies of the world com combined
bined combined except the U.S. Navy. It
contains the largest submarine
fleet the world has ever known
in peacetime."
Wright did riot cite any fig

ures, but NATO sources said the

Russians now have 500 submar submarines,
ines, submarines, a number that is increasing
at the rate of 75 to 100 a year.
Wright did not say so specifi specifically,
cally, specifically, but he indicated that de despite
spite despite the advances of nuclear
weapons, a third world war
might be prolonged.

"The Soviet submarine fleet is
not one which can naake itself
felt in the early stages of the

war," he said. -"It must be de
ployed, and 4ts effective employ.

ment will take time time beyond

what many feel will marlt the

termination of hostilities.'

"A clear inference to .me Is that
the Soviets in building this fleet

do not visualize a shOrt war."

Wright said that as long as

any war goes on, NATO must

maintain control of the Atlantic.
"One sure way, to bring an ul-

Jordan Asks Arab

Slates To Slop v
Attacking Hussein
AMMAN. Jordan, Nov. 13 (UP)

Jordan called on the Arab states
today to end the ""fa'se propagan propaganda
da propaganda campaign" against King Hus

sein.
Parliamentary speaker Mustafa

Khalifev telegraphed the kings

Memorial Services
For Mrs. A. Martin
Held At St. Luke's
Memorial services for Mrs. Ar Ar-villa
villa Ar-villa L. Martin, of Farfan, who
died Monday in Gorgas Hospital,
will be held at 10 o'clock Satur Saturday
day Saturday morninc; in the All Souls
Chapel of St. Luke's Cathedral
in Ancon. The services will be
conducted by the Very Rev.
Malnert J. Peterson, Dean of the
Cathedral.

The family has requested that
no flowers be sent.
Mrs. Martin was a native of
Vermont and had resided in Far Far-fan
fan Far-fan for the past three years
with her son-in-law and daugh daughter
ter daughter Mr. and Mrs. Edward Aans Aans-toos.'
toos.' Aans-toos.' ? ;i
She Is survived by her daugh daughter
ter daughter and seven grandchildren.

timate defeat would be to lose
our sea communications and

therefore our ability to support

each other," he said.

'Philippine Sea'
Spearheads Hunt
For Slralocruiser
HONOLULU Nov. 13 (UP) A

fleet of 16 ships, spearheaded by
the mighty carrier Philippine Sea,

resumed their "vacuum cleaner
sweep of the Pacific today in
search of a missing Pan Ameri

can Stratocruiser.
The plane vanished Friday with

44 persons aboard while flying

from San Francisco to Honolulu.

No trace of it has been seen.
The 16 ships were stationed 15

miles apart in a 200 mile line.

They sailed slowly down the last
known route of the missing luxury

airliner. At the same time, hell

c annuel. uic same iiiiic, iicii-
and heads of state throughout the e!)pters and jets from tne pni,ip.
Arab world asking them to put ine Sea flew overheaUi tneir pi-

an end to inese acts wnicn are 1)ts seannini, eve,v inch nf the

nni snnine the Arab atmosphere

(The appeal naa no apparent m-

mpfiiate effect. Cairo radio and

ocean for a life raft or for "wreck

age.

The. Coast Guard and Pan Ame

press continued the attacks against ri officials said the search will

Hussein, labelled him a traitor continue Indefinitely. It has al

and called tor a revolt or assas- readv covred an area lareer than

sination.)

Khalifey's appeal went out at
the same time leaders o( the Pa Palestinian
lestinian Palestinian refugees in Amman tele telegraphed
graphed telegraphed leaders of the Arab
League countries denouncing Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian propaganda and "some Syrian
newspapers."
Khalifey's telegram also was ad addressed
dressed addressed to parliamentary leaders

in the Arab capitals.

the state of California and Wash

ington combined.

Coast Guard Capt. D. B. Mac-

drarmid, coordinator of the search,
refused to give up hope.

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'

GEN. L. C. SHEPHERD, JR. and the Inter-American Defense Board arrived at Albrook Air
Force Base yesterday at 4:30 p.m. for a two-day visit on the Isthmus. They, will visit the
JlTSARCARIB School at Fort Gulick and the USAF School for Latin America at Albrook Air
Force Base. Above Shepherd is shown being greeted by Lt. Gen. Robert M. Montague, commander-in-chief
Caribbean Command; Ma.t Gen. Thurman H. Landon, commander, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command; and Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold, commanding general, USARCARIB.
(U.S. Military Photo)

7 Segregationists
Headed By Kasper
Hope For New Trial
KNOXVILLE. Tenri,, Nov. IS

(UP)i-John Kasper and six resi-

aenis 01 i-union, ieiin., iuuay pinn pinned,
ed, pinned, their hopes for a new trial on

a maze; of legal points.

Attorneys for the seven segre-

gr.tionists started listing 28 alleged

trial errors in Federar Court be before
fore before Judge Robert L. Taylor.
The hearing started after coun counsels
sels counsels for the defense, Ditrict At Attorney
torney Attorney General John C. Crawford
and judge Taylor huddled in the

Judge's chamber to discuss points

of procedure.
Taylor presided last July when
the seven defendants were con

victed of violating a Federal Court

injunction prohibiting interference
with the peaceful integration of the
Clinton, Tenn. high school.
Robert L. Dobbs of Memphis'

the chief lawyer for the defense,
said the hearing "could conceiv conceivably
ably conceivably last two days."
Dobbs, William Shaw of New
Orleans, Ross Barnett of Jackson,
Miss.,' and "Thomas Gore of Nash Nashville
ville Nashville arrived here yesterdav to

start planning their defense.
The five man legal staff re represents
presents represents the six Clinton segrega

tionists Alonzo Bullock, William
Brakebill, Clyde Cook, Mrs. Mary
Nell Currier, Lawrence Brantley
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Reds Do Not

Plan To; Save

Sputnik, :Dog

LONDON. NOV. J13 (UP).

Moscow Radip said toaay that
at present : It is "not "the aim"

to save Russia's earth satellites
and their loads the mass of

scientific Instruments and tne

space dog "LaiKa."
The radio, tn ,a home service

broadcast devoted to answering

auesuons on wneiner it is

possible to save the Sputnik,

tne valuable eauipment it con

tains ana tne animal," saia:

"At present,' such is not the
aim." .
However, the broadcast add added:
ed: added:
"Cases are known of animals
which were, sent Into the high

er' layers ot the atmosphere

havinir been savea. Wnne me

rocket burned Itself aut, the

containers with the four-legged
passengers and equipment were
automatically ejected by special

parachute.

"Something similar can be

rigged up for a Sputnik.
"For that lt will be necessary

to brake its fall and introduce
thermostatic apparatus to func function
tion function when the temperature of
the Sputnik reaches a critical
level.
"The task for the moment is
still verj) complicated but
realizable.
"In the future, it will appa apparently
rently apparently he rjossible to guide the

movements of the Sputnik itself

with the help of radio.
Then It will not only be pos possible
sible possible to extend the period of
Its existence, but to bring it
baok to earth in cases where
this Is necessary."-

Zonians Invited To Testify

Don't Write Your Congressman, Tell Him

Before

CaWuSubcomrhiHee

Persona Interested in' appearing t formal hearings irhednind w it.m lV I
committee of the House Merchant Marin ant

An announcement tfeit'tha'pgnnni. i.n.t ; : : -':M .v

during its visit here was contained in r iett S L TT.. 2..' fo-!.miI

clerk of the committee. Winfield sairi in Ms V.. "u" Winn

having individuals or organization. ennlcaS With w -1. wte'este,i
before the, committee. c rct with him concerning Iheir apjewan.

. ... v.iu iivu; jcjiucuh wKuvmg 10 aiten

Individuals giving notice of their

desire to appear should advise

Winfield of the group or organiza organization
tion organization they will represent.

' Letters should be addressed to

him to the House Committee on
Merchant Marine'- and Fisheries'
Room 219, House Office Building,

Washington 25, jj.c.
' Copies of such requests should
be forwarded to the Personnel Of Of-fix,
fix, Of-fix, Attention Labor Liaison Offi

cer, to permit orderly scheduling
of the hearings.

The Panama Canal subcommit

tee, which is headed by Rep.. Leo-

nor a. auuivan, u mo.i is to

arrivt in the Canal Zone Nov. 18
for a ten-day visit, ,

FormaL hearings are also sched scheduled
uled scheduled bytte subcommittee of the
House Post Office and Civil Serv Service
ice Service Committee.
This subcommittee, headed by
5SP 3,0)n. Youn. (D-Tex.) is

snicuuieu 10 arrive .during
latter part of next wppIc

,The. subcommittpn wilt hnM 1...-

ings on Jegislitiott affecting nar

sonnel activities in the f!nnT 7.

. , f MVUV

reiaiea 10 me implementation of a

iiruvision 01 ine aS5 Treaty

xevaus oi me neanngs by the
Post Office and Civil Sprvi.

Committee arouD will h.

eu Jaier.

Some of the members of", this
subcommittee are scheduled to
sail next Friday from New York

on tne -anama liner JCristobal,

Other committee members

come or i mane and an 1

here Nov 23. ;

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Franco-Egyptian
Diplomatic Ties
May Be Restored

PARIS. Nov. 13 (UP) A gov

ernment official indicated today
that diplomatic relations between
France and Egypt may be restor restored
ed restored shbrtly. They were broken off
at the time of last year's Suez in invasion.
vasion. invasion. '' Franco-Egyptian relations were

discussed at a cabinet meeting
this 'morning. Afterwards, Emile
Claparede, Secretary of State for
information,' told newsmen thai

negotiations between the two coun

tries "had developed in a happy

way." i ranco-Egyptian talks. are

now in progress in Geneva.

"Reopening of normal diploma

tic relations between the coun

tries is not impossible," be said,

although the problem was not

discussed this morning.

'An agreement on the tradition

al cultural links between the two
countries has already been reach reached,
ed, reached, as well as other agreements
concerning the restitution of
French properties in Egypt seized

b; the Egyptian government oil-

lowing the buez auair last year.

A commercial agreement bas

ed on the exchange of 20 billion

francs on each side yearly will

be signed in the near future, he

saia.

Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours, ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographie
Branch of the Panama Canal
Companys
Balboa Cristobal

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TEMPERATURE:
High
Low

HUMIDITY
High ....

Low

88
75
92
63
0

85
79

96
80

WIND:
; (max. mph)
RAIN (inches)

WATER TEMP:
(irtner harbors) 82
THURSDAY, NOV. 14

, High

NE-26
.02
81

8:00 a.m.

Low
2:06 a.m.
2:32 p.m,

To err is homon unless you can
think of some better excuse.

Most Passengers
Aboard 'Ancoii
Are Bell Workers

Nearly all of th iaa t......m.J

u.a,UUir:U LI I JVM I I TmiM fM.LJ

today for N irriSrSA

Panama liner Ancon are employe
2lihfeU,Tel.hon Lbortorie
and., their families who are mal

p.. 'r runa-trip cruise t

jur. ana n m 1

ciKiiL, nine
tourists are the fcnlv othr' T.J

f-geIs4?n f?r the northbound iaii

"'6 "i. me yvncQn.

Four of the Bell Telephone' ed

f'uj'CB, who are making th,

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i.T'l. ""jcuuiea 10 aisem

UM1 rori-au-mnce, Haiti,
the northbound vova tre

They will remain a week arid re
turn to New York on the next Pa

iiama line vessel. v

During their stav on th uth

mus, the Bell Telenhone nmnlnvai

and their families hive heen vie

iting various places of interest W

i-anama ana tne canal Zone.

A SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT
Tomorrow, Thursday, The Panami American wUI brlnt
attached .a special graphic supplement dedicated to the
inauguration of the sumptuous Alden'g store that will take i
place in Panama City this comihg Friday at :00 a.m.
thlii siippienient will live t&e publie the 6pportunity te
get a complete information of the excellent quality and
fantastic prices of the merchandise offered by tls Store.

PRE-RELEASE
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A CRUDE AND SENTIMENTAL DRAMA!
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ENGLAND THIS YEAR!'
HARRISSON REPORT.

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ANDY GRIFFITH-PATRICIA NEAL

Britain To Oppose

Iranian Allempl
To Claim Bahrein

LONDON. Nov. 13 (UP) Brit

ain pledged today that it will

stand by its obligations "to sale-

guard the independence of Bah

rein" the oil-rich island in the
Persian Gulf now claimed by I-

ran.

The foreign office, in a DreDar-

ed statement, stated that Bahrein

is "an independent Arab state

under British protection."

Her Majesty s Government

will continue to fulfill their obli obligations
gations obligations to safeguard the independ

ence 01 jBanrein, tne statement
said.
The statement came in response
to the Iranian government's de decision
cision decision to present a bui to its par parliament
liament parliament mating Bahrein a pro province
vince province of Iran.
Tne loreign ofiice said it has
receiveu reports Oi tne Iranian
Government s intention to intro intro-auce
auce intro-auce sucn legislation.

An official foreign office spokes spokesman
man spokesman said irau onen in tne past
has stated a claim to Bahrein on
historic grounds.
"But Her Majesty's Govern Government
ment Government has repeatedly made it clear
tnat tney consider tne Iranian
claim to be unfounded," the state statement
ment statement said.

SUMMARY:
Regular $.60 quarterly
dividend declared by
Board of Directors of
W. R. Grace & Co.
NEW YORK, Not. 7, 1957
The Board of Directors of W.
R. Grace & Co. has declared
a regularly dividend of $.60
per share on its Common
Stock. It is payable on Dee.
10. 1997 to Stockholders of
record at the close to busi business
ness business on Nor. 18, 1857.

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MOST DARING PICTURE YOU

WILL SEE THIS YEAR!
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shock you've ever experienced
in a theatre before!

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