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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
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TOUniST FLITES
HOMEWARD ana
NEWSPAPER
to C3cI33 AOES;'
Tin vAcmnnnlitnii CanitaL .
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Tel. Panama 2-0975
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United Fund Agencies

8. Congress Of

Latin American

Civic Councils

'I Askingr$27(t4;"';
is the coordlnatlnj body
the f ow ln Americaa com com-mnntty
mnntty com-mnntty ClTio (Councils--
ThrouSb the Consress the
CouncUs plan nd conduct j edn edn-cational
cational edn-cational ind cultural
munities for Increased chic ta-
The small amount of financ al
aid received thtoufh the Unit United
ed United Fund assists the Conf rest
In meetlnr miscellaneoiw e?:
penses, ; ,'

Vaste Of Skill

Must StbpJS

Labor Men Say

f American

U.S. J Survival niajr w ,T
Sftha WWW s W rid;j,u0
tmlnlntf for the Jods

tht inoai need tQ he done,
y&railiw' v that the nation Is
Labor Department of ficials- They
echoed the views of 50 teachers
SIwSAscS
rretarr 'of labtr, told -Scn&ouWrthat.pr.peob
plartmeni anf-itraWpr ray.

'manitrian'pm orlrness but

twoay."ducation'and employ employment
ment employment conf erence," said the gov-

the ftt ih.wh'ch, new workers
... .nit needed.

-.hi r to nut into ac-

lob Ihiormawon: auov-v j
anii local educators. j
may use television to
reach parents and comle strips

vto inrerm wie js,v"

"oth officials stressed the
MojxoJo;See$
Wan On Brink
Of A pWoJui: f
' t fiMriON Nov. 14 'V?t -Mo8-colr.dio
c'aimed toHv that :un :un-was
was :un-was spreadint ,s rapidly
through Jordan and that Kin it Hus Hus-el
el Hus-el was vrtu.l. .rr1Soner m h
palace. ;!;.';:;U:4-'i .'
1 in a broadcast heard .here the
rtf'io oainteA t picture a JP
rian apoarently borderinti on the
brink of revolution. ObwTvsrisa d
th broadcast appeared t tie in
w;th the campawn a?ainst Hus-
sein and '"'"'iJSff
i launched; in E?ypt and Syryij
: Jordan, the broadcast said re-
"s -one of beehive in upheav-
a'" - v,' ;
" It claimed that'inssi' oemoa's oemoa's-:.'4
:.'4 oemoa's-:.'4 inei th eovern

ir--. and Invierialism wefe Wang
pl everywhere, ,that inrest was
' ..44in h .arm and tnt

; jnfi'army units had Tefused te
-.. snri vavornment. demons-

trn1ors, forcing the government to

call in, annea Bedouin mpeimeu.

VISITORS DAYi IN CZ. HIGH SCHOOLS

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ttriMn SERVED HERE. Eighth-graders in tn? aUim r-"-t on

K luTdamenrajs ol : eoog. eT b7 P-ents S the annual Visitors'
.usual" despite- the, fact that they were wing : vi y v

Day program. Tomorrow wm Photos: Hinw vumi

-P.v"tj fr"' W. f&
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"BOY, THAT LOOKS GOOD," is what poppa mlBht be- ttdnk ttdnk-InV
InV ttdnk-InV That's SharM T Phelan handing a cup; of homemade
cocoa to her dad, policeman Eldon phelanwho was thf only
male visitor to show up ; this morning Wjhe.copg class,,
He asked the; teacher if she could make h i favorite dish -'
, sour-dougHv biscuits. She could.

Prosecutor Brands

Businessman

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Selfish

Liar

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States-bound US-rater Wanti PC

To Pay for His 25-cyde Equipment

.-.r Unlove of 'theltWln, twoV months XrWort

m ii.. fiucAv4k I-- .... . ..a....ii4-i on ia yta mr v .

nai.jvr -,a. h orcrued. and Cannot be ship- 4,.ni,Mti4i hv

tut 4 II

nrin v-nrnminent husinetsman KOdOltO M. MOlf. 1

facing homicide charges arising" from tht Remon asw
sination, was today described as an "aristocrat" wh
thinks that the laws which apply to ordinary peoplt

nor appiy to nim. s '7i ." '1
Ma wn lilcn Inkollffil n nrofoundlv selfish individual

who lied constantly throughout the investigation into thf J

Jan. I7JJ, mutiimcgumiiiiy vi, imuHi r" :.. f j
A special prosecutor retained by the Rem6n family, 1
Romulo Escobar Bethancourt, characterized; St Malo $ti
these terms today as he hammered away trying ta per
suade the jury that a meeting between St. Maid and al- 7

leged triggerman Ruben U, Miro in tne Atlas uaraen wie.,
18, 1954, effectively linked St, Malo with the death plofv
St, Malo denied earlier in the trial that Miro men-,
tioned the assassina'tion at this meeting. Today is thf
26th day of the trial. ? J-
The young prosecutor wound up his address atjZ.Zg 1

today sking tor it. Maio s convicnon us an accessoryji ;
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the assassination, with fit. Mi !,

la av 'the'lntermed'V

rne (mesrerr ur"r
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nantf vapnhar'x brilliant -dis

play of oratory, interest to ihe

tBlBM! him Sot his zs-cycie

tricai eqxiipment wiim

Will plMal MO w r
. rM,u wa nn nf the tODlCS 4XIS

cussed last night by Ernest Cut-
... i -.!..(. n tint

ling' at tne racuic v4i-v

meeting. ,i ; ;

vj. ..
.tin aaii Ti wrote the Qov-

1 1 nnnfll rnilSt.inar Te-

itnbursement: for his equipment

which will soon be obsolete.'
rr ..1,. niv ,nn sfnnlnve re-

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' j.- .LJ.tiLrf' na several vounesters snow tneir mowien uu
reGnthr,bd teacher James Mattlngly.

Pbl;OfficidlsVPdnanj

i?!ch ;FfcffSsfeneiStreetiBy StadiMm t
v Becomes Two-Way

iLaiko Smoke

r Ml ISHTOnTfTTJ Vr' tit ZJllP

.-- :'ie i. rosi uiure iepanmeru
pronised today 4o- investigate!
a .congressman's ?jmplaint that
"obscene and suggestive" -.-Christ-ms
cards are beinifr widely
: offered for sale, t v v ,- -Postmaster
4 General -''Arthur'" E.
5ntmerfieW toldi Rep. Frank'
Thompson Jr. DfJ) the depart depart-;
; depart-; tnent would take' prompt action
to halt the mailing of any such
; materia1 found to vioiate obscen obscen-Ijky
Ijky obscen-Ijky .laws... : svr --;
. Thompson 'told- !immerfield
thTt Waj a flood of cards, on
.'-. h tr Ji?"- sitri-, fraturing
dr'kenTjs r-d i Thomnson
said surh car-? iTk nd Hfje Hfje-crate
crate Hfje-crate the spirit of 'Christmas.

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.' The new-. street connecting?

Frangipanl Street in Ancort with
the Trans-Isthmian highway Jn
Panama City has been made a
two-way thoroughfare, the Na

tional uuara nas announced.
The street, which waa opened
to .traffic-Nov. 3. had been 're

stricted to one-way traffic to toward
ward toward Frangipanl Street -V "'V.
. ';.',
' The 1 announcement said the
change has been made to faci facilitate
litate facilitate movement of US military
traffic nd commercial tank tank-trucks
trucks tank-trucks which operate In the Na National
tional National Etadium area. . ..

. i TTjn M" 11 IX7P wAn Alex-

andria cafe proprietor Ahmed
AbdelaalV'Was arrested, by the po police
lice police narcotics squad today and
charged with selling v marijuaBa

Witl UiB iraaemars. ; i4aiM

Car OyerparkeG ;

AttGoethals Shaft;

0fner ; Fined $5 p

. Because ht left his cat parked
for 2 hours on a Canl Zone road,
in front of the Goethal Memo

rial a 46-year-old American was

fined 1 $5 today in Balboa JMagis
rt' ronrt. - i- V- '.

,De"endnt Gorman E. ';Wake ';Wake-icH
icH ';Wake-icH said he left his car on 0'
"onor P'?c bpcurtf he was hav

ing trouble with ttv transmission

Theft Of Chicken

From Commy Costs

Jani tress $25 ; i

For stealine' a frozen chicken

from the Balboa commissary, a

43-yeaf-old janitress today wm
fined $25 by the Balboa Magis Magistrate.
trate. Magistrate. -.'-- ..;-,-:,-..; v "' ..- .:

Th defendant. Atda E.' John-

vin .had hidden the chicken in

a ladies' toilet of the commissary

wnen sne was caugnt ana cnarg
ed with petit larceny. V-

She staunchly malntalnea ne
had intentions of paying for the
chicken which was worth $2.2.
but it was brought (Out tn court

yesterday that sne is noi enn-

tied to purcnase anyming in ut

tabor PeparlmenI V;

Has Minimum wage

Expert Arriving

i'v'ihrMentative of the Depart

ment of Labor's Wage and Hour
Jnd Public Contracts Division will
be in'the Canal Zone late this

month to meet with P'y

and to- answer quebu- i."v;"f"
h .nnlication of the Fair.W-

ibor .Standards Act,

Intormauon mi r?
Rroean -would arrive in the Ca

nal Zone about Nov. 25 for, mis
purpose has been received in "-a
..y w v PntlBi4 from

letter to- irov. "-r:
0 f. Lundquist, Acting Admuus-
tr.tnr i.l the Wage and House and

(public Contracts Division.

Grogafl will ne nere
riod of two to. three w He
-., l..u ,.,Uh nffinalJ Of tne

I Willi .CIM1SUU u h
,Canal and other hrar.ches ofthe

Federal' Governmm m ire
Zont and will meet with repre-
. r -i rol pnntractOTS

semauves w f "-""rf,-,..
and firms whose wage policies

ire incus" "j 4U-
the. minimum wage jaw to.tne
n ... fy

uanat.4i.uuc. ,u.4-'H,
, Lundquist pointed out that tne

rtsponsibUity ior iomiu.-
th Fair Labor Standards Act in

the JGanal Zone. wiU be cemerea

m wasnuu-

Detads as to -arrival
of Grogan in the Canal
Zont his office assignment while

I here; and other simuar ;

tion will De annoum.u m
'i.-. .t... run announced

that the Canal adminitratioit 'wiU

inform prospective u uu --ny
ny --ny contracts for work; when .the
minimum wage Will be applica

ble. iViv ,' : :

iw tttorijfttft ; and fta.nnot be ship

ped to the. StateSjVhich has 80

V VUrtlUpr ,F43CW"U ,"
the fact that the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal has approved a request
from the La Boca Civic Coun Council
cil Council to make cash payments to
local-rate residents who v are
moving 6ut of La Boca into
Panama City.
(nn Nov.. 2. he said, the Ca

nal announced "some adjust

ment will be made on tne con conversion
version conversion of 25-cycle electrical
mitnment. for those residents

of La Boca who must move out

of the Canal Zone when tne town
Is depopulated." Acting Gov.
fTntrh m Arnold announced that

"acsh payments will be made In

lieu oi conversion oi sucn ne ne-quency
quency ne-quency sensitive electrical equip

ment ior WIS group Oi empiuy-

es.")

Curling feels that the small

group of Americans wno reure
shortlv should be Dermitted the

same type of allowance.

He said tnat Arnoia repiiea
to his letter stating that there
were "no funds to reimburse
U.S.-rate employes."
nurllna feela that if the mat

ter had come to the direct at

tention of Gov. William E. Pot Pot-t.i.
t.i. Pot-t.i. fnrVin was in the States at

the time), it would have gotten

some action.

"In my opinion" Curling said

today. "Potter is one of the most

humane Governors we've ever

Worf Ca T'm not civlnc tin hoDe

yet, I think if he personally

knows about tne situation ne
will help."

uea to purcnase anyiniiig ui wic,ni imp ,,!
jcommlssary except her lunch.' -, thing wis taken.

Burglars Visit j
Doctors Homei t;
On. Herrick Road

' '" 1
hAiisM on Kerrik

Road were visited by burglara this

; week. 'i.fT-'V., I

Canal Zone ponce are kiu in investigating
vestigating investigating theft of personal pro property
perty property from the home of Charles
Hardwick at 0201-B. ;

Thieves anparenuy were uner uner-mpted
mpted uner-mpted s they tried also to break
mttf a nearby bouse, that of Dr.
Teorioro Arias. Screens were cut

ni the :Anas- tesuience, nut no-

Chase Elected
Pacific Civic v
Council Prexy
'C W. Chase waseicted presi president
dent president of the Pacific Cvic Council
last night at a meeting held in
the Board Room of the Amints Amints-tration
tration Amints-tration Building which newly
chosen councilmen attended.
Wew'-vice president is Samuel

Roe.v. and second vice-president

chosen Was Frank Wilder. Patri

cia Le Brun and Pat Morgan are
secretary and treasurer.
Chase -is holding the position
of president of the council for the

second time. He nad oeen presi president
dent president three years a so.

acquittal

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cutln g Attorney Francisco! Al-i-varado
Jr., was; absent from
her Seat In the prisoners' dock
throughout the entire morning.
Miro's defense ( attorney, Jta Jta-mon
mon Jta-mon Palaclos, was again absent
this morning for the fourth day
In a row. It is rumored that he
plans to resign his defense role,
but this could hot be confirmed.
Miro's spokesman, Rigoberto
Rodriguez Emiliani, began his
opening address today, ten
minutes before the morning ses session
sion session ended.
All other lawyers were in their
places this morning as Escobar

Bethancourt analyzed tne evi evidence
dence evidence against St. Malo.

St. Malo nas testmea tnai Mi

ro spoke to mm concerning

rnnn airalnst the :overnment

during their meeting at the beer

garden on Dec. ie. ne saia e
told Miro he didnt want to
hear anything about It.

However, Escooar rjemn
court said, St. Malo later said
that he asked Miro on the
morning of Jan. 3, 1955, the
day after the killing, if be (Mi (Miro)
ro) (Miro) had anything to do with
the events of the night before
and the alleged triggerman
nodded his head affirmatively.

The young prosecutor prer

sented arguments aimed at prov

in that-

l. st. Malo knew tnat Miro

was plotting to overthrow the
onvernment nf President Remon,

because Miro told several other

people about-it and wouia sureiy

have told St. Maio.
9 cf Main max aware that the

nniv wav the Dresidency could

be wrested from Kemon was Dy
assassination, because Remon
rnniH count on the support- of

th Notional r.uard and the lee

islative and judicial authorities.

3. Tne 57-year-oio duuoch duuoch-man
man duuoch-man was positive the day aft after
er after the killing that Miro had
done it 'and went calmly abont
his business without notifying
the aathorities.

a it fir Malo was bein coerc

ed or threatenedby the Investi Investi-oatnr
oatnr Investi-oatnr ha would not have denied

or forgotten every incident

which he thoueht would have

InMmL.tMl Kim

s 'fit Main was the link be

tween 1 convicted ex-President
.Ir4 Ramon Guizado. who was

then Foreign Minister and Miro.

tlv A r,&i-ij 1 pevuu.., fciocd oat

Tere4t failed-to carry ovt the as.s' dil

ation Of President Alcibiades
Arosemenst In 11551, ; n

t. Before Remon' 'assassina

tion Gulzado, : the- First Vict ;
President, had'aheady started
negotiating several internation international
al international money-deals without Remoii
knowledge. v Escobar said these
deala Involved ahnnfc 440 nnn-nnn

most of which would be spent

on construction. Guizado was tat
owner of a construction firm.
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aWIWIIJI Vllabl.l

Airwave Jam Hits CFN Broadcast;
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Corhmunist Interference Suspected

'Apparent Communist radio Jamming Interferei with
short wave news broadcast at Caribbean Forces Network
Radio, Ft, Carton, last Friday night, Nov. a Army
spokesman confirmed today. l. V vil V
; The CFN program, being received live from Armed
- Forces Kadi and Television Service In Us Angeles at
p.m was interrupted by nninteUlsible sounds and music ?
' With approval by the U. S. Ariny Caribbean informa information
tion information officer. CFN elected to eenUnne hradeastln the pi pi-tTani
tTani pi-tTani In the bene that sam of the wa fretiS Los Angeles
would gej through to Its audience. ... t

h.

Commends Gsrrjis
On 75th Mif:

r)w TfeMV lmJ:' tmmlmimim

CaiinrAf .rtr m9 DAnaA awtane..

ed his personal eonrmtulatioij' tt
'At.- -a. a .

itw inn ox uorgas naspuir ma
ht tniahsia -fitf. fk akl4Vi4tM

its 75th anniversary next Sunday.
T. 1.4..-. 4.1 r 1 . 4.

' iu jciicr i -ioi, v-nric v.
Bruce. Canal Zone Health Direc Director
tor Director ,t he Assistant Secretary recaD-

dors Roosevelt to the Isthmisa

Canal commission In 1904 concern-
n9 th imflArtsnf nf kaHIl mttwlr

4k- r.n.l 7... f.. 111.

ful prosecutioa of tii Canal eon-

"I am delighted ta hear that
the medical facility, of tne1 Canal

Zone is celebrating its 75th anni

versary," Dr (Berry said in his
letter, which is quoted inV part be below.
low. below. "One should read again- t h t
charge of President Theodora
Roosevelt to the Isthmian Canal
Commission of May 1904 In which
he stated: 'It is a matter f first

importance that the most proved -and
effective methods known to

sanitary science be adopted in

order that the health conditions
on the Isthmus may be improved -.
. J desire that every possible ef effort
fort effort be made to protect our rfi.

cers ana wonmen mm tne dan dangers
gers dangers of tropical and other diseas-
wrtik it tK fhfttrf kam VaMr a

prevalent and destructive- m. Pa

nama.7
"It h Indeed gratifyinr to all
, I Kn. bIm h v h A thm ni-i al

lege of participating in tius work

to reauxe now weir inai cnarj.
has been fulfilled. The many phy physicians,
sicians, physicians, surgeons, dentists, interns
and residents who have had. serv service
ice service at the Hospital have contribut contributed
ed contributed and are still contributing te
the accomplishment oi this fin
work. We hope that wt may look

forward to tne luiur wnn ue as assurance
surance assurance that the san.e high stan standards
dards standards of y medicine and surgery
will be maintained as theyhavt
throughout the past ...

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Teddy Boys' Bring
Jive Up To Space
LONDON, Nov. 11 (UP -Stain's
root-suit Tcritfy trv set
has revised its Juvenile j: ve t eoa eoa-form
form eoa-form with the spare t.
The latet lino: vi
aieht, satfUit." and j ;t
the uck, SputaX"



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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT Dl,T NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1857
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THE MAIL BOX

TRAFFIC
Sir:
m uttpr iMoi! Box. Ncv.
m t .tartino- an wsrument.

1 n "Law-aBidinK Driver" (Mail Box, Nov. 12) made against

me I think a few words in retaliation are Justified.
I think he Is one of the many who have acquired one of the
' f.nMert.nr Detroit Tin Cans with more power under the

. hood than he understands how

he keeps on llvinr at least mi n is paid ior.
Some 6000 to 6000 r.p.m. in the motor and up to 1000 or 1500
revolutions of the wheelr every minute create a tremendous gy gy-.
. gy-. roseopic resistance to any sudden change of direction. This Is
ww survivors of auto crashes can never understand how the

; .accident happened when tney

for the passing maneuver wnicn aia noi worn.
My experience in driving high speed cars for fuel and oil
i testa in the State taught me that a high-powered car cannot
1 toe driven with the left hand holding on to the roof of the
! ar or hanging out the window. Also that any sudden change
1 In direction meets with great resistance before,, the directional
: change takes place.
For "Law-abiding Driver's information I believe the term
In my letter was not "beastly" passers, but something much
' more appropriate
As for four-lane roads, I would give $10 to be a fly on the
' wall of the governor's office so I could hear him laugh when
' one of "Law-abiding Driver's" kind suggests the building of
' Xouf-lane roads on thu 50-mile-wide Isthmus.
Tills is more than I intended to say except to urge "Law "Law-i
i "Law-i abiding Driver thai, when he is driving that circus wagon he
' be careful in passing other cars, in case he puts his wife and
' children through the windshield, and the steering wheel Into

. U ribs.
ITCni
fit:

' Pomit. ma to crivt. some sound and good advice to Unstable

" Employe who wrote the letter (Mail Box, Nov. 11) captioned "Mon "Mon-1'
1' "Mon-1' ay Handlers." I've been handling government money thou thou-'
' thou-' sands and thousands of dollars for many years. There ia a
I' hospital called Church in which the Chief Physician is called
. jrii ha nresrribes a cood old ointment called "Grace from

t rernDtatlohs" It's good foi itchy fingers. Unstable Employe

should try it. t
J; v If the heads of his division did not trust him he would not
' ven be allowed to pass near the money, never mind handling it
8o why doesn't he trust himself, go on and do a fine job, so that
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i ne next man coming up wui imcwioe pe riycii a. yum, vi wiui
' dence by his employer. ti,
'( ThrA ta another Institution called the Canal Zone Peniten

1 tlary where a, machete is provided for ail itchy fingers. The
wages there are less than Unstable Employe is getting now.
J There are times when I am really peeved at my own division for

t my low. wage, but i am not going
i Itchy fingers. Instead I hope in
T ...J I.k ..All Anr
Tecum penseu ior a job wen oone.
' v CURUNDU'S
T rfnri't want to wbtc war

f char nf curundu. Curundu Heights, etc because he does -not

i; make the rules and regulations

.; Can he do much aoeut Tuem-appwenwy i nappen vo kiiow no
i la a regular guy ant would do something about traffic complaints
V if ia the lurisdlctlon.

Frojri; y own experience and frcpn heairaay the milita)ry po po-hci
hci po-hci patrotlmg the CurutMu reyjtlon hive little jurisdiction
over the1 clvUi traf f io froUenv and ven less authority to con control
trol control the Barney Oldflelds who Inhabit and visit this community
of many adalti and hundreds of children.
There are signs (much too small and unimpressive) which
state that the speed limit is IS mph through certain, residential
areas. .In Curundu this sign is, to a satisfactory degree, adhered
to, but In Curundu Heights it is ignored by all kinds of drivers.
Including the residents of certain streets, garbage collectors, the
majority of bus drivers, and the speed boys in their new military
police sedans. Th latter always appear to be chasing someone
or being chased, Kowevei this may not be true, as I am inform informed
ed informed that certain streets on the reservation are not long enough
.lor clocking a speeder. This is a military police claim, and I

dispute It. It u posciDie to c.ock
Curundu Heiehts.

, A neighbor in his private car, a motorbike rider and mysett
had the "exciting" experience of clocking three different vehi

cles at different times. One of
another a woman who offends
ing beautiful new military police

Turning in on my lo myn-zone sueei;, wiiiuu is b wug
(and I live at the opposite end) I found myself behind a mili-

tarv nellco car which 1 decided
down my street at between 25

them till they turned sharply into the lane behind my quarters.

This lane was laid out for easy entrance from the opposite. The
screeching tires and abuse of the chassis caused considerable
comment from my family and a couple of neighbors on our

patio.

I'm not picking cn the MPs to be malicious,, but I must say
they set a helluva example, and certainly defeat their own pur purpose
pose purpose as far as speed checking is concerned on this reservation.
I've been driving for 23 years, 12 of them on the Zone and in

Panama. I am considered a competent, cautious driver who re

specta warning signs. I've had but two minor warning tickets
stuck en my car since taking up residence on the canal Zone,

and no traffic offenses anywhere else so I reel jus tinea in voic
tarn an onlnion or complaint about driving.

There are several residents in this area, including the street
to which I live, who have no regard for the 15 mph speed limit
nor lor intersection stop signs. One woman in particular Is a
-defiant and shocking spectacle of lawbreaklng by speeding

through IS mpb "Frctect cut children" areas. This dame does
not even stoo for the obvious Intersections stop sign which is a

stone's throw from my home. If

this, he will know of whom I speak. I know she has been ap-
Sroached for her racetrack tendencies, but nothing changes,
he still bats past at 30 mph or so, and still doesn't stop at the
stop sign at the comer.
She and her kind would cry very loudly if they struck a

child. I mean cry protests at

kind does not own up, and is void of compassion.
Alas, if these speeders and aign-ignorers of all categories are

permitted to fly too low, and to continue scorning the speed
laws, what gooa are the 15 mph aigns or the MP patrol (the non-

speed boys. I mean)? Eincc tnis is a civilian reservation, wny
not have the Canal Zone Police come In and take over the
peed violation problem? I understand the Canal Zone police

are not stopped by an "111 take It to court. You cant prove it"
threat.
Unless the MPs are given authority to clock, hide and spring,
arrest and crosecute. and In general see that the speed laws are

obeyed, they nave failed miserably and their browsing round the

reservation is an expensive xarce ana a Duraen on tne taxpay taxpayer's
er's taxpayer's purse.
- You can't throw a stone without hitting a new MP sedan
these days. The place Is buzzing with. them. They should be used
tor somethtnt mor practical than long, speedy runabouts for
the fun set.

- In case this provokes some
kids off the streets" I note that

do not have sidewalks others do, but you can bet your bottom
dollar that there Isn't a child .around here who has not been
warned by fcls parents to keep out of the street. A child's re reception
ception reception to such a warning Is short-lived, and they see danger
noivtiere. It's up to the, adults to be alert Cut down the speed speed-tog
tog speed-tog to "slow sreas."
' ', . Concerned
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SAFETY
7) was not written lor tne pur
but after readme the lnsinua-
to control at high speeds. I hope
thought they had plenty of room
aaie unrer
FINGERS
to lose my ireeaom Decause ui
the near future to be greatly
P.EJ.
SPEED DEMONS
on the traffic control officer in
concerning traffic problems, tor
a speeaer on certain streets in
the "Clocked vehicles was a bus,
repeatedly, the third a spank
sedan. I drew the latter vehicle.
to clock. These youngsters sped
and 30 mph. I stuck right behind
the traffic control officer reads
any talk of prosecution. Their
comeback such as "Keep your
some roads in Curundu Height
Ji
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Labor Nevs

And
Comment
By VICTOR RIESEL
If there ire footprints on the
sauds oi lime at Atlantic City, in.
j. tney belong to Uwighi D.
Eisenhower, aaa in 1Mb, Gen.
iice trou tne ooarus at a ciO fcou-
vention and the boys whooped itj
up .or him for rresiueni. ne final finally
ly finally made it but without their help
or tne Ail's.
Iow some of Ike's aides want
him to return to those footprints
Oi yesteryear by accepting tne A-L-ciO's
invitation Ur speak at
us Dec. 5 convention and these
advisers hope the reception won't
be as chiny as the sea i outside-.
Xnere are tnose wno say the Pre
sident neeas tnose earner cheers
as well as real help now to .patch
up a creawng government ma-
cnine.
v. .. ;
There Is, first of all, deep re resentment
sentment resentment against tho Whit
House among government work workers
ers workers who haven't had a raise in
years. This anger has, for exam
pie, hit tho Washington, O. C,
version of tho community ehost
known is tho United Givers
Fund. Appeals which tho fund
raisers sent to government work workers
ers workers are being returned- without
cash 'enclosures.
There is just one word written
across the iace of the appeal
"Veto." Ke.erring, of course, to
the .veto of the oiil which would
have raised postal salaries. Those
raises will be dug out of the Trea Treasury
sury Treasury this coming year but mean meanwhile
while meanwhile White House aides want the
President to go and soothe some
angry labor leaders.
Furthermore, White House spe specialists,
cialists, specialists, in keeping an ear in the
lrosty winds, know that labor is
going to blast off at other Federal
targets. There are labor .leaders
who, over the week-end, asked just
wnai uie government will do with
ail that scientific research Dr.
James R. Kiihan, Jr. whips up.
After Dr. Killian's wizards in invent
vent invent something which might dis disintegrate
integrate disintegrate Khrushchev's smue, who
is going to put it on the assembly
linep
Labor chiefs are watching 4ir-
' auu niiasne piams snut aown,
discard machinery and lay oft
workers by the tens of thousands.
And all the skills which were as assembled
sembled assembled over the past five years
are oeing aispersea like contetti
on a New Year's eve dance floor.
Even as the President was rallr
the other night, tens of thousands
of skilled aircraft and missile work workers
ers workers were headine for their' taut nv
day. -; -;. "VT
Al Hayes, president of th ha.
gest aircra t-misaile wnrVr i,t
Wonr. International. Stssociatioa of.
wiogrann irora mraoages'owthe
west, coast teUinr him frf vnr
f venla i s tne Mnteccontipental bal
listlennissile shbosT y -v
One of these telegrams spins the
story of the Convair nlant in Ron
Diego which was1 ordered by the
jrcntBun io cue its output 18 per
cent.
The company neoole. accordine
to the union, asked what xhmiiH h
slashed since the plant is turning
out an interceptor plane and the
Atlas the intercontinental ballis ballistic
tic ballistic missile about which we are all
so mucn ud in the air. Back ram
word from the Pentagon cut what
you mink nest, but cut 18 per
cent. How could the' comoanv ex
cutives know what the Pentagon
inner sanctum needs? It's all se
cret, nut tne stu f was cut
Tho Machinists have memos
on scores of such plants, except
that soma are shutting down on
tlroly.
According to the Machinists
records, Lockheed, which makes
something called the X-17, a
mighty flying thing, has laid off
7,500 workers and expects to slash
5,000 more in a few months.
Douglas, which makes the Thor,
will lay off 1,000 men in the next
months, though it already has fur fur-loughed
loughed fur-loughed 1,000 officially. And 150
men quit weekly, in addition, and
are not being replaced.
By year's end, Boeing will aly
off 8,000 in Seattle. Tha plant
turns our the Bomarc, a long long-range
range long-range supersonic speed intercep interceptor
tor interceptor missile.
And as these big plants slash
their output on orders from the
Pentagon, they," in turn, stop feed feeding
ing feeding work out to smaller contrac
tors.
Tho layoffs aronow past tho
100,000 mark. Those men are
shifting across tho land to other
jobs. And many of these who
still are working don't plan to
wait around for tho pink slip
In tho final pay envelop. They
ore mighty skilled anon, and they
will got obs elsewhere.
Nobody seems to care in the Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon though Labor Secretary
Jim Mitchell keeps warning that
skilled men will be needed to back
up the scientists.
Labor wants to know what's hap happening.
pening. happening. Who's steering the boat?
And the White House aides want
President Eisenhower to take the
Atlantic City beachhead again,
personally.

lira
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Walter Winchell

BROADWAY NEWSBOY
Fortune mag disclosed that oil'
ionnaire J. Paul Getty is' the na nation's
tion's nation's wealthiest man. .His Ho
tel Pierre on Fifth Avenue b a s
dropped star entertainment (in the
Cotillion Room) as being "too cost
ly . .Jean Seberg. who compiet
ed "Bonjour Tristesse" (in
France), is visiting kin at her
home hurg. Marshalltown, Iowa.
Francois Moreiul (23), Harvard ed
ucated barrister and screenplay
author, is expected any hour.
Edith Piaf's recent husband is In
Havana because that's where Kir-
na Moor is. (Big blaze). . .Mike
Wallace captured Joan Crawford
(invariably fearful of interviewers)
iforhia X-Ray queries Now 8.
(The J'Cdiiipulaion'S cast 62Xrportf
edlv stase hysterics between- cur
'tains. Scads of feuds, .Insider!
are sure Wyatt Earp s heart is
Dorothy Malone's latest exclusive.
. .The Orbo Music Co. ackchelly
published a ditty this week titled:
"Don't Let It Fazeya. Anastasta"
. .Now about actress Venessa
Brown, who posted the Rnotice
the other day. Is handsome San Sandy
dy Sandy Glass (the Wm. Morris agen agency
cy agency exec) playing a major role in
her life or a bit part?
This Is eritleism? The N, Y.
Times book section ran a good re review
view review of Ernie Kovacs' funny
book, "Zoomar"...The critic was
Rex Lardner. .He happens to
be on the comedian-author's TV
staff. .Add Daffy News: The
Manhattan Savings Bank (on Ma Madison
dison Madison Avenue) booked an ice
show for its window display Christ Christmas
mas Christmas week. .The song "See What
I Mean?" seems to be a my
elose relative of East of the
Sun" over at these ears. .Rob .Robert
ert .Robert Horton, one of the featured ac
tors in TV's new Western, "Wa
gon Train." was the host at The
Californian restaurant at. 48th and
7th not long ago. .Several of the
newer recording firms are in trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Some going thru shakeup
spasms three readying bankrupt bankruptcy.
cy. bankruptcy. .Jazz Tooters are ducking
Philly bookings because of "over "over-zealous
zealous "over-zealous narcotic sleuths." This is
just peechee with the latter. .. .
Hottest new toy: A satellite
launcher. In midtown dept stores.
. .Have a statistic: It takes 40
males and 28 females to make a
minkoat. .Harper's editor John

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Fischer, who predicted the Asianwas 28-year-old Dean Stanton, the

epidemic in his August issue has
tne pnm.
One ctf the Hit Pard candi candidates
dates candidates may bo "Shipoopl" from Mor
odith Willson's soon duo' musical.
"The Music Man". ."Shipoopl"
Is pornouncod tha way it is spoil spoiled.
ed. spoiled. It' is Iowa talk (vintage 1912)
or a teen-age crush. .Newscast
er Walter Cronkite's pained expres expression
sion expression comes from the town house
K purchased In tho swank 80s..
He's already spent $140,000 refurb refurbishing.
ishing. refurbishing. Tho end of tho expanse vis
to nobody's radar. .Ad agency
row'e now lino: "Let't fhoot ; lt
up into space and s if jwo got
any beeps'Y V .Doli Arnai thawt
tho- caterer "ot W pmsMerftr-fer
roifitHai nm
when the star was a corporal.
Memo from Girt Friday: "Tho
Rimyen Cancer Fund received two
more wins today, every time you
mention one wo got two". v .Mo-
tol Dolmonico bandleader Joel
Shaw, recently Ronotarizod. Is con
solod by Eurasian starlet Jorl
Osakl. .Sports ace Dan Parfcur
resorts this window sign In a TV'
radio repair shop on 2nd Avenue
between 43rd and Mtn streets:
"Wo Repair Sputniks."
In "Consider the H e a v e n s"
(Written in 1935). Dr. Forest Ray
Moulton expressed mis opinion, a a-bout
bout a-bout the possibility of space tra travel:
vel: travel: fit must be stated that there
is not the slightest possibility of
such a journey. There is not in
icrht miv innrpo nf enerevi that
would be a fair start toward that
which would be necessary to get
us beyond the, gravitative control
pf the earth."
See yez on Mars, uoe.
In "Peyton Place" Lena Turner
plays her first mother role.; She
. ,A i l i i: il.
was nesitant aDoui tasins
Producer Jerry Wald reminded her
that he had to persuade Joan
Crawford to become, a screen
mother for the first time. . .The
film was "Mildred Pierce' in
which Joan won art Oscar. .New .Newcomer
comer .Newcomer Tom Laughlin, the. youthful
Coast Guardsman in Wednesday
eves "WW File," is the second
youngster to catapult from that
TV series to a major studio's e e-pic.
pic. e-pic. Pacific". (The other new newcomer
comer newcomer (to enjoy the same ride)
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New
killer in our opening show. Stan
ton won the second male lead in
"Proud Rebel" starring Alan Ladd
and Olivia DeHavilland, . .Then
there's Powers model (Jarol Lyn Lyn-ley
ley Lyn-ley on the November Cosmopoli Cosmopolitan
tan Cosmopolitan cover. Signed by AJired Hitch
cock;
Randolph Scott, tho movie star,
is many times related to Queen
Elizabeth. .Randy a mainbor
of tho "Most Noble. Order of thu
Carter". .His lineage is direct
ly from the Plantagonot Kings of
England and 58 times, descended
from the Norman kings. .On- nit
father's side, the ScoHs of the But-
cleuch are, closely descended from
tho Scottish monarchs. V 'iTho Sip
feK.fi,i w k J
we arwf
No-
tica -society ? Magna; C
iMrt
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Domes, Post Office Box 422'
Phi
ia. v j
i Mr. Ron Harrison (Kay '..Ken '..Kendall)
dall) '..Kendall) is r called Mii-abeUe ?Ter
ngnt name) by mtimates. '.. .An .An-dra
dra .An-dra McLaughlin, a beauty in the
Ice Follies, weds Red Kelly of the
Detroit Red Wings May 1st. .
Lonnie Sattin at-the Copa (sub (subbing
bing (subbing for Steve Lawrerce; may
land in tho now musical, "Body
(Beautiful". .Tin Pan Alley peo
ple dropped a hefty bundle on
"Music Man Fox" at the Garden
State Track. The hunch players
wagered on the nae named for
music executive Harry Fox. .Rec
ommended: La vera Baker's new
recording of the oldie "St. Louis
Blues". .Add look-a-likes: Bulca-
nln and Burl Ives, the actor.
Still reeling from the shock of
Dior's sudden passing (at 52), the
French fashion industry may get
another blow. Balenciaga, the oth other
er other king of that business, is expect
ed to retire. ."Let's face it."
sighs Chita Rivera (of "West Side
Story"), "the only people who fall
asleep counting sheep are shep
herds."
"Young and Btautiful," the Pres
ley ballad in the movie, "Jail "Jail-house
house "Jail-house Rock," is expected to out
sell his "Love Me Tender." Sines
it four times in the picture. The
authors are Abner silver and A.
Schroeder. .Elvis, they say, is
the only canary whose biscuits
never sell less than 1.500,000 co conies.
nies. conies. .Sinatra, Cole and Como
haven't yet matched that sale.
.Tony iBennett is apparently Ita
lo Lityak. Pronounces ocean "oss
sun". .The buzz savs that Mrs.
Donald Tansill. separated from a
famed textile firm's top man, will
seek a divorce in Reno and wed
Gustave Rainville. He's a wealthy
Canadian. Together constantly. .
Gretchen Wyler. star of "Rumple"
says she doesn't wear a girdle
because "I'm as solid as rock and
girdle does nothing for me". j
Adele Sharpe. one of the gal-cops
in "Copper and Brass," weds fire
man Nelson Corrican. Jan 12. .
Cesar Romero, who can't think of
one enemy, is plagued by rock-
throwers and auto stainers near
his -coast home. Nobody knows
how juvenile delinquents start, but
the Anastasia murder Is the best
nroof how they end. .Sudden
thawt: Bing's bride is named
Grant His late wife was named
Lee.
Easy Way To Kill
Roaches And Ants
Sktrattoti fccmmnonS Chat
Oral iHt aaO anl the
war wUh Mmtnl NO-BO ACR
Bnnbad last rhr jtm mmnt M
ble lags, cahlnvl, till, asp!
Ula. atr.). Tha nUrtro rmittni k'lhi
Uwm pcate. Ifa aftertlTa far awaths.
aaHary. aaO aaa ta asa. f ;
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Snpamarkal. aa4 aB local
aaiica.

York

KIERRY

WASHINGTON The Amrv-Air
Force feud over trulded, missiles
xlared. up sharply during the closed-door
; briefing which "Pentagon
officials; gave Seantor. Russell
(Ga,) Johnson (Texas;. D-e m o-
crats;, and Bridges (N.H. )f Repub Republican.
lican. Republican. vv vV :-:.-;..;.i
Kichard Horner, Aur Force as assistant
sistant assistant secretary in charee or re
search, was describing the-Air
Force's anti-missile missile, the
Wizard, He explained that .this
was part of the Air Force's' air
detense mission. Whereupon, Dr.
William H. Martin, Army research
director, leaped to his feet and
shouted; "I would like to dismite
that!" :- -1 : ..su-.,,'; v-tt'
Martin started to orotest' but
Secretary of DefenseyNeil McEl-
roy. cut him off. "This is neither
tne time nor the place for an in-
terservice wrangle," aid the new
secretary oi defense grulfly.
Martin vmeekly took his sea t,
and the Air Force spokesman con continued
tinued continued briefing the renetors.
Earlier. Lyndon Johnson had
compared the Sputnik launching
with i his heart attack. Lyndon
told the closed-door group: ; "My
doctor toid me if I hadn't had this
warning and one something about
it I would have had much more
serious attack later."
He said that the Sputnik should
alert the nation in the same way
that his heart attack alerted him:
I was better to have a warning
he said, so long as it wasn't fa
tal.
Each service was alloted one
hour to brief the senator. Howev However,
er, However, the Army spent two and a half
hours and made powerful claims
for jurisdiction over ballistic mis missiles.
siles. missiles.
BATTLED FOR ARMY
Russell sided with the Army.
At one point, he bluntly asked the
Air Force why it was in the bal
listics business, which he consi
dered the Army's field.
i understand all the Jupiters
have been successful and only
part or tne mors nave been sue
cessful," Russell declared at one
point. He demanded to know why
the Defense Department had been
"holding back" the Jupiter.
ELECTRONIC SPY
Its impossible to exaggerate
the alarm felt in the Pentagon re
garding Kussia s latest sputnik.
The alarm is based on the fact
that Sputnik II & of such size
that it could become an electronic
spy on every military installation
in the united States.
The dog-carrying Sputnik is prob
ably peaceful enough. But the
yiext. could he equipped with in
eirumems aDie to locate au u.s
defense! nstaiiations and spy on
dur military movements.
. C n, M jlr mAM n AMM nal.nl tt .Ia I. a
findings every four hours by se
cret code to Moscow. It could re
port on what it sees in the Unit
ed states, in inatu, or any place
else in the world.
Our scientists also figure that
Sputnik might even locate our
secret stockpile of atomic bombs.
If so, Russia would have the most
priceless secret in the entire Unit United
ed United States and would be able to
strike at this stocxpile first in
case of war.
Even if we moved the stockpile
from place to place, Sputnik's e e-lectronic
lectronic e-lectronic brain would be able to
spot the change. r
That's. why there have been
such urgent conference; inside the
Pentagon on how to shoot down
Sputnik. Though the White House
is worried about our lag in launch launching
ing launching a satellite, the Pentagon is
more worried about finding a way
to shoot down any electronic es
pionage satellite which the Rus
sians may launch next.
They have now duvised a provi
sional anti satellite satellite,
which, in the Pentagon's abbrevi abbreviated
ated abbreviated language, was first called
Protect Ass." it has been renam
ed "Project Burro."

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TUUKSUAI ISO V EMBER J4, 195!

1 I lfjH I l 1 il'XlfSv O "f 1 LWl f ,3 1 CAPT SAMUEL E. ANDERSON (left), commanding officer of C Battery of the 903rd Antlalr-"
I-jJf mmm i x i xKiFh L VtrAmJw J J I crait J3dttaion. listens to the reading of the ordrr inactivaUng the battery at a farewell; pa--
I Itik I a a HXhXtid j .-5 Y"" a radt' lltlc: ln honor of tne unit at Foit Davis last week. Others in the photo are left to right,
jfl PfTlf 1 ilrRlf ,-1 I IW' Ut'ltwi' V U3l Wt I guido'i nearer Sgt. Milton L. Skejton, 1st Lt. Irving T. bheppard, and 1st Lt. Gerald E. Mc-
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m WMJPn fl g'V V i 1 ; (I K Neurosurgeon Says.
1 I i l-l ii Man Still Wanis
i j63'JaASJjS i'-fcl f Al U '' 'S? To Winnie Hit Tail

McCarthy Victims Reinstated
in Positions At Ft: Monmouth

; GOV. WILLIAM E. POTTER welcomed delegates to the Agricultural Credit U nion seminar ln Panama to the Miraflores Locks during their visit this week.
', The Governor told the group that the Canal is the vehicle for the countries of Central and South America to hold a competitive position ln the world
. market. y
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t KURT IENEEL, jhedical technician at Gorgas Hospital, second from the rig ht, was awarded a special safety gold key and certificate for having complet complet-I
I complet-I ed 30 consecuftve. years of service without sustaining a disabling injury. Miss Helen Milloy, general supply officer and R. Andres. Rlos, admitting clerk at
Gorgas HbsnitaV received 30 year safety certificates and 34 other Hospital employes were presented with sll ver keys for completion of. 20 years without a
disabling injury. The 30-year award winners are shown with Col. Charles O. Bruce, Health Director, far right, and Col. Norman H. Wiley, director of Gor Gor-!
! Gor-! gas Hospital, far left. The silver key award winners are shown in the background.

K-LISTO WORKS

TO MPROVt
,w i

ELK

'

K-Listo will repair a damaged under underground
ground underground cable and for that reason will
suspend the electric service.
Between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. Friday Nov. 15
In the following areas:
Ave. Central from 23 to Street "U."
Ave. Francisco de la Ossa.
Jos6 D. Espinar from 2nd Stret to "U" Street.
Street 23. 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31, between
Ave. Central and Ave. Peru.

a. Samnem de?uerza y jCuz

Jupiter-C Missile Nose Cone
Even Spreads Shark Repellant

CINCINNATI, Ohio, Nov. 13

(UF) The nose cone of a
Jupiter-C missile shown to the
nation by President Eisenhower
was so well equipped for its

return to earth from outer space
that" it even spread shark repel repel-I
I repel-I lent whep it landed in the Atlantic
Ocean, it was disclosed today.
I "The cone had to think for itself
and determine at least a dozen
acts," said Army Col. John H.
Swenson, an assistant for re research
search research and engineering.
These included launching a

parachute at the right time to
slow it down, tossing out a balloon
and inflating it, ejecting and ex exploding
ploding exploding bombs, turning itself into
a radio broadcasting station, light lighting
ing lighting a flashing beacon, marking
its landing spot in the Atlantic,
and spreading shark repellent so
that Navy divers could go down
and retrieve it.

Swenson said that when the
Jupiter-C reached the top of its
flight the rocket motors were
blasted from the cone.

In its plunge to earth, he said,
the cone first began to glow with
the "same intensity as a second
class star. It was visible to the

eye, like any other meteor."
Then the parachuto flipped out.
Computing a rush of factors auto automatically,
matically, automatically, the cone then expelled
a balloon and inflated it.

"Then a little guillotine severed

the inflating tube and the balloon
was let out on a tether above the

parachute," Swenson said.
"Just before it hit the water
it ejected and fired some 'small
bombs so the Navy could pick
up the noise on listening devices
and know the point of the crash."
Swenson said the function of the
Navy units in the descent was

MIAMI BEACH (UP '.Man lost

his tail long ago. but ho still wants
to wiggle it, says a leading neuro neurosurgeon.
surgeon. neurosurgeon. If man still had a tail to wiggle,
according to Dr. Mason Trupp,
perhaps he would have fewer

headaches and brain ailments.
Addressing the 51st annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the Southern Medical Assn.
Tuesday, the Tampa neurosurgeon
said that "even though evolution
has deprived man of his tail, he
has not lost the desire and com compulsion
pulsion compulsion for wiggling it."
Monkey, he explained, evident evidently
ly evidently get a certain release from
brain tension by moving their tails
and as a result do not suffer from
brain tumors, strokes and similar
ailments.
' -Working on this theory, Dr.
Trupp said he has developed an
experimental surgical operationu
which releases the filium termin termin-ale
ale termin-ale from man's spinal cord. That
is the nerve whicli was once a
tail. -'

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Such disturbances as migraine
headaches, convulsive disorders

and certain forms of neuralgia
might diminish after release of tbe

nerve from the base of the spine, I, case OT acnoenweuw.on we
Dr. Trupp said. ll1. tha h? be4ld. -sensitive

Dr. William H. Kiser Jr. of the

Emory University Medical Schiol
said that a mother's nervousness

rather than a stomach disorder

may account for a' baby's crying
from "morning to night."
He said that although this "stri

dent crying and thrashing about

of arms and legs have long been
regarded as the resuit of a stom stomach
ach stomach disorder, he believes the real
trouble is that "tha more the
nervous mother tries to quiet her
crying baby, the more she trans transmits
mits transmits her own nervous tension to
the infant."
"This means more excitement
for tre baby and the crying gets
worse. Thus it becomes a vicious
circle."

MANSFIELD IN SPAIN
MADRID,-Spain -UP) Sen.
Mike Mansfield (!)-Mont.), a
member of the Senate Foreign Re Relations
lations Relations Committee, began an in inspection
spection inspection tour of American military

bases in Spain today. Mansfield
and his wife flew here from Casa

blanca aboard a li.S. military
plane Tuesday night During their
visit through Saturday, the couple
will visit their daughter Anne, 23,
a Smith College student currently
studying at the University of Ma

drid.

WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A federal judge today ordered the
Army to reinstate' an employe it
dismissed from its Signal Corps
Laboratories at Ft. Monmouth,
N.J., as a security risk in 1954.
But the judge, Alexander Holtz Holtz-off,
off, Holtz-off, refused to issue a siriiilar or order
der order on behalf of six other dis dismissed
missed dismissed employes.
Abe Krash, attorney for all sev seven
en seven of the workers, promptly told
newsmen he would eppeal Holtz Holtz-off's
off's Holtz-off's decision to the U. S. Court
of Appeals.
Government attorney Don Donald
ald Donald MacGulneas said the Justice
Department also probably would
appeal the reinstatement of the

one worker, Herman P. Schoen-

wetter.
25 Ousted By Army
The seven wereamong 25 ousted

by the Army from Ft. Monmouth
following a 1953-54 investigation of

alleged Communist infiltration by
a Senate subcommittee headed by

the late gen. Joseph K. McCarthy

(H-Wis);-Judge
Holtzoff based his decision

in the case of Schoenwetter on the

job as clerk at the time of his
dismissal a fact which went un unchallenged
challenged unchallenged by the government.
But he rejected.ihe claim of the
other si that the "Army procedure
in finding them Security risks vio-

"ENOUdH'S ENOUGH"
CHICAGO, (UP) A destroyer sea seaman
man seaman of cockleshell proportions is
getting his team up'over being ar arrested
rested arrested by the shore patrol. John
Kennelly, who's only 5 feet 2 inch

es tall, has been arrested by au au-thoritees
thoritees au-thoritees 14 times on charges of
impersonating a" sailor.

THIS MIGHT HELP
LOS ANGELES (UP) Rabbi

William Kramer, associate pastor
of Temple Israel of Hollywood,

mada a plea for heavenly help
against terrestrial taxes at Tues

day's city council invocation, Rab Rabbi
bi Rabbi Kramer concluded his solemn
entreaty for divina guidance by

saymg, "save us from double tax

ation by the county."

lated their constitution.-.! rights,
Besides winning his job back,
Schoenwetter also i was awarded
his claim for back pay of $11,370,

a i me rate pi fj.iuu a year.
Optratts Poultry Farm

In his complaint, Schoenwetter
contended that since bis dismissal
he has been unable to obtain
job in private industry. He said hs
now operates a ; poultry farm in

Farmingdale, N.J.

Besides; Schoenwetter, the other
workers who sued to regain their
jobs were Harold Ducore, an en engineer,
gineer, engineer, of Long BrancH, N. J,:
Aaron "H. Coleman, ar electronics
engineer of Ifew York City; Ber Ber-nice
nice Ber-nice Levine, a secretary of Lake Lake-wood,
wood, Lake-wood, N.J. : Melvin Morris, a phys physicist
icist physicist of Little Silver.' N..T.; Carl
Greenblum, an engineer of Red Red-Bank,
Bank, Red-Bank, N.J., and Hyman G. Yam-

ins, a scientist of Newton Hign Hign-lands,
lands, Hign-lands, Mass.
All seven asked the court to

clear their names and to award
them back pay, totaling $190,000.
All of the rest Of McCarthy's tar target
get target at Ft. ;: Monmouth suhsequent suhsequent-lv
lv suhsequent-lv were cleared and reinstated in

their jobs. ;,-,(
Funeral Tomorrowj
For David Fergus
At Corozal Chapel
The death 6f David Fergus, na native
tive native of Montserrat. occurred yeg-

terday at 3 a.m. after a lenethy
illness at his residence at First
Street, Chanis Area, Rio Abajo.
Mr. Fergus is survived by his
two brothers, Joseph Fergus and
John Daniel; daughters, Pearl Fer Fergus
gus Fergus de Greenidge. and Hilda Fer Fergus;
gus; Fergus; a step daughter, Mrs. Ivy

Semoer of Paraiso: son. Derov Fer

gus and several grandchildren.

Services win De new tomorrow

at Corozal Cenetery Chapel, and
will be followed by interment at

Corozal Cementery. i

The cortege will leave fronK

28th Street, Calidonia, in front
of the Vindensini Bar, at 12:30
p.m.,

i

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A. CLASSIFIEDS

to our Army, Navy and Marine friends

We recommend to visit

the newly refurbished
PETE'S
RESTAURANT & BAR
on "J" Street, near old Ancon P.O.
Antonio Ah Kal, new Manager & Owner

fa

Tbe best drinks in town,
mixed by expert bartenders.
The best Chinese and American
food in town.

H PRICE on oar Food alt day
' Saturday, Nov. 16, Day of our
RE-INAUGURATION.

Dejliladora llacional, J. A.
THE WOMACK; AMERICAN WHISKEY, CO.

similar to the "outfield" in a

baseball game.

When the cone oiunsea into me

water, he said, the force of tne
impact was cushioned by the
naraphute.

Swenson was joined by Alvin G.
Waggoner, adviser to the defense
secretary on guided missiles, and
Capt. Leslie M. Slick, an ord ordnance
nance ordnance expert with the Navy, on
giving details on the nose cone.
They are here for a meeting of
the Cincinnati unit a! (he Ameri American
can American Ordnance Association. r
Eisenhower, in his speech last
Thursday, displayed the cone as
evidence that this country has
solved the problem of reentry
from space. Russia apparently
has not.

r

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PETE'S BAR TAKES PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING
TO ALL ITS CLIENTS AND FRIENDS THE

OPENING OF THE MODERN
PETE'S RESTAURANT"

ANTONIO AB XAI, Owner
, ; ""J", Street, N'l
SATURDAY; HOV EMBER' 16th

No need 'travelinr far to enjoy' -delicioTia Chines 1'
Dinner. Drop In at PETE'S RESTAURANT AND CHOP
SUEY, you'll be sure.to find the best. r ... 4, j. t
Topnotch aervlce and all the latest conveniences are-
at ypur disposal for eating pleasure. Our Chines foods -are
prepared by expert Chefs. ---
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at the modern PETE'S RESTAURANT where you will

be attended to In the Parisian, style.

Cut out thlf ad and pef li. price tor your
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bah --bah a a vv ,f.l'.T;.ni.mtn !-,, j wui.f h nana.l 7.ane Police hieh

lighted the Veterans' Day celebration in Santa Cruz town. Members of Battery. 764th AAA
performed the military honors. Pictured on the speakers platform are, left to .Chap
lair cant' Charles J.- Richard of Fort Clav ton; the Rev. John Spear of St, Simon's Church;
iSuitSSi-BSS depart ment commander of theWWho was ; the day's
Princ& speaker; Mlss V. Henry, and James Marshall, atRistant Jto -WSJto
tor, o, represented the Panama Canal Gov eminent. Groups participating in the ceremd ceremd-ny
ny ceremd-ny were the Paralso Mutual Aid Club, the VFW, the Gamboa Welfare Committee ot. Qu (Civic
Council and the Army Mothers of the Armed Forces. .. US. Army raw

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1 f .1 P P -r 1 1 1 rXoI and Mai. Benjamin A. Daiden, chief of the Canal Zone Police Mgb bids with his hand and 1 was I 4

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1 1 ih. M.Htn for

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George was aDie 10 sei, wie uu
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.Vmki nrmiM Vio.va ma.de the

hand. His correct play would

have been to taKe on 8"

heart and then nnesse xne ciud.
He needed that club finesse in
any event. w
A second heart would be
played from tdummy'. If George
covered he would make onlypne
trump trick. If George ducked,
i.rar.vnnM it the card ride.

This play would guarcr agui
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East German Youths

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BERLIN, Nov. 14 UP)- The

East German government, m -hot
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day ordered high school graduates
vaar in factories be-

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The communisis aam -""-duct
of the youths in this prac-

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tneir eaucauun.
Tli. onmmimisti Innff have Saia

they intended to weed out youth youth-k.i.
k.i. youth-k.i. in hi viv. Their olan

became law today with publica

tion of a new educauonai oraer
in the official East Herman Legal

Bulletin (Oesetzbiattj.
Th. iiAtnmiiniitt at. thft lllllfi

time expressed the fear riots
started by gangs of youths might
lead to, counter-revolution."
Thaw 'narnsri. "vniinff bandits"

they would be dealt With severely

if they, continue to cause cusiurD-

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!FOR WIVES OF NEW CANAL ZONE EMPLOYES

' Mrt William E Potter, wife of the Governor f the Canal
" th. r.nirernor's residence this afternoon In

honoV of thiwKei of new employe, of the Panama Canal Com

pany and canal stone oawwmeu. ;

Gen. end Mrs. Montague
tnterteln For Visitors
lit r.mril Robert M. Montague

Commander in Chief, Caribbean
Command and Mrs. Montague held
a reception on Tuesday evening at
theL- Quarry Heights Quarters
honoring General L. "C. Shepherd
Jr. end other members of the In In-r.Ampriran
r.Ampriran In-r.Ampriran Defense Board who

paid a two day visit to the Isth
ftus.
Italian Ambassador
Fetes Officers
Of Warship "Cnexale"
The Ambassador of Italy in Pan Panama
ama Panama Dr. Ricardo Moscati and Mrs.
"

WW

Moscati save a luncheon at the

Embassy Residence on Tuesday in
honor nf the Commandant and Of

ficers of the Italian War Ship "Ca-

nezale" which is visitinK (he Isth

mm. Amone the euests were Rear

Admiral Georee H. Wales. Com-

mannint of the 15th Naval District,

and Mrs. Wales and Captain and

Mrs. A. R. St. Angelo.
Lt. Cel end Mrs.O'Connor
Visiting In Colon
i t cal. and Mrs. Morean P. 0'

Connor are visiting with Mr. and

Mrs. Luis CastlUo of colon lor a
fer weeks. The O'Connors arriv arrived
ed arrived on the Isthmus Nov. 5 from
their home in Washington, D.C.
Mrs. O'Connor, willbe an hon honored
ored honored guest at the St. Mary's A A-lumnae
lumnae A-lumnae meeting tomorrow evening
at 7:30 o'clock at their club room.
Atlantic Side
Bridge Winners
The Howelf Movement was play

ed at the regular weekly bridge

games at the Margarita Service
Center on Monday evening, with

the following winners: first, Mr.
Julius Loeb with Mr. Herbert Del

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Chinese Cardinal
Improves In Rome
VATICAN CITY. Nov. 14 fUP

Thomas Tien Ken-sin, only Chinese
cardinal in the Roman Catholic
Church, is recovering from an ill ill-ness
ness ill-ness in a Rome clinic, Vatican
sources ssid today.

The. cardinal, 67, who has lived

in tne united States since the

Communists conquered the .Chi

nese mainland, returned Monday

from a visit to Formosa.

The sources did not disclose the

nature of his illness. They said he
has shown improvement since his

arrival here., i

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SEND YOUR ENTRY TO P.O. BOX 1411 PANAMA
OR BRING TO:

F ANAMA Grant Advertising de Panama, g. A.
Cuba Ave. and 29tfc St.

f DAVID Office of Mr. Ramon Gaerra

SUfoJibbifr
mk v . became

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ADDRESS: ... .". . . . .

gado; second, Mr. Fred Sch warts
with Mr. E. W. Millspaugh: third,

Mrs. Havden Jones with Mrs. Ju-

lin- Loeb: fourth. Mr. and Mrs,

G. A. Tully; fifth Mrs. Myra
Brown with Mr. Augusto Kam, and
sixth, Mrs. Woodruff with Mr,

Norton.
The public, and especially mem

bers of the Armed Forces, are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to come out any

Monday evening at T.ia tor an en
joyable game of bridge. For furth
er information, please call Mrs,

Hayden Jones, telephone -189?;

any uy aucr a a.m. i: :
Oklahemans Will Get
Together On Saturday ; i

More than fifty Isthmian Okla Okla-homans
homans Okla-homans have already signed up
for the barbecue buffet schedal schedal-ed
ed schedal-ed for l o'clock Saturday, at the
Elk's Club in Balboa. The occa occasion
sion occasion will be the celebration of

Oklahoma s Fiftieth Anniversary

oi dtaienooa.

The barbecue, will precede the
broadcast of the Oklahoma-Notre

Dame football g me and movie

showing ror the children. .'

Oklahomans who have not yet
mr.de reservations are urged to
call Mrs. Hambrick at Albrook 42

is oi uiay itanaei at Manama 2
5484.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 7)

EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the
third and laat of a series of ar articles
ticles articles on misbehavior. Today
Dr. Frt Red! gives parents
some pointer! on, discipline.
j'? By LOUIS CASSELS

WAarnNQTON. NOV. 14 (UP)

-Da vou alwavs think Of disci

Dllno as a system oi rewarws

and punishments? Do-you "drag
the kitchen sink" into every con conflict
flict conflict you have with your child?
Do you find it hard to give a
child "a clean ves or a clean

! These. according- to Dr. Frlta

Redl. are three f the most com

cion mistakes that'parenta make
In dlsclnlinlnff their children.

t Bedl is chief of the Laborato

ry for Child Research at tne

tional institute of Mental
Health. Here are some of his
views on discipline, based on 30

lyears oi researcn on cnuauuou

oeiiaviur pruuicuia.
Try "Toleration"

Parenta should not always go
to one extreme or the other in

reacting to a child's conduct,

There are occasions when a

child should be praised or, re

warded, and times when he

should be scolded or punished.

But there are a great many in instances
stances instances in whlcn behavior should

be neither approved nor disap

Droved, but simnlv tolerated."

"Toleration" is a eooa way to

treat misbehavior tnat is part oi

a child's normal growing pains,

or Is "symptomatic" of inner

stress or worry.

A child won't "get nis values

confused" If you fail to crack
down hard on each act of misbe misbehavior.
havior. misbehavior. Every child, even one

who is seriously disturbed, "is

capable of dlstineuishine be

tween toleration and approval.'

The fact that you tolerate a

certain kind of behavior doesn't

mean that you never intervene

to control it. on tne contrary, k

Ireauently is necessary to set

and enforce clear limits" to let a

child know that you will put up
with "so much and no more on

his "age-typical" or "steam-re-

leasjng" antics.

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MATERIALES DE CONSTRUCCIO S. A; (CoI6a)
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',mtchen-ainklam,,..' la Redl's

term ror tne tenoency or par parent
ent parent to recount all of a child's
sins and shortcomings each time
he gets Into trouble, instead of
focusing disapproval on the
"single clear issue" Involved; in

the immediate mlxhehAvlnr.

A daughter who comet home

later for aunner la vlolatini f am

ily rules and "ought tote bawled

outfor it. 7 But it is not the time
"to revive that old wransle a-

bout too much lipstick, or has

tne aone ner nomeworic.''

"Every time you broaden an

issue unnecessarily. you lay

yoursen open to an anoi tnat
begs .that question, iKidt are

much .better at this type of ar

gnment than you are, to stay out

. .The Clean Yes And Clean No

"If your child wants ; to do
something, and you are a-llttla

auc-ious: about lt but nave de

cided to let him do it. rive your

permission graciously and keep
your reservations, to yourself, if
you hedge your .'yes' about with
all sorts of grumbling and dire
warnings, he will not regard.it

at a privilege eranted by his par

ent, but as a victory he has won

over a surly opponent.
"On the other hand, if you are
going to say no, then -say no. You
can explain your reasons in a
polite way, buf don't get bogged
down in a lot of arguments, and
don't be apologetic for trying to

protect your cnua from harm.

" Try to be equally clean-cut

when you are setting limits the

Homecoming nour. or tne a
mount of television to be watch

ed, for example. Some parents
seem to think that they have to

oe angry, aggressive and accus

lng to convince a ehild they

mean Business aoout enrorcine a

limit. But a terrinc tuss doesn't

make a limit any more effective
Clarity does." .-..mT-r
Punishment

Does Redl believe in physical.

Ml

Dies; Funeral Set
For This Afternoon

Mrs. Filomena A. Cousins died

at her home on 22 St. Guacha Guacha-palt
palt Guacha-palt Tuesday nleht after a brief

Illness. K'

Funeral services were schedul

ed to be held this afternoon at

St. Paul's Church at 4 o'clock
with interment to follow at the
jardln de Fai. ;

Mrs. Cousins, the mother of a

large and well-known family, is
survived by several sons and

daughters. Popular businessman

and sportsman Stanford Graham

is one of her tons.
Other sons and daughters In Include
clude Include Mrs. Adassa Graham Scot

land, Joseph, Herbert and Josita

cousins.

."That's like asking me if x ap approve
prove approve of whlslcy lor -year-olds.

I have to say no on principle,
but I don't mean to imply that
an occasional spanking will

traumatize a cnua. ; k v v.,
i "My main objection to physi

cal punishment is that it is a
very poor way of communicating

a message to a cnua. Tne in instinctive
stinctive instinctive reaction of a human
being to physical hurt is to fo focus
cus focus his aggression on the source
of the hurt. That's why a little
child kicks the chair he has
tripped over.' w
;."When you are disciplining a
child, you want him, to get mad
at himself and specifically at
the conduct which got him In Into
to Into trouble.
"He is more likely to blame his
own behavior for hit punishment
if the parent remains In the
role of fair-minded dispenser of
necessary justice,' rather than

an. angry executioner wno u in
flicting physical pain."
Father E. J. Cooper
Will Preach Sunday
Al A. luke's

On Sunday morning, st the 11:00

a.m. service at the Cathedral oi

St. J uke, Ancon, the Ven. Edward
J. Cooper, retired Archdeacon of

Colon and Rector Emeritus of

Chrrst Church By-thd-Sea in Colon,
will be the guest preacher.
Father Cooper is the, most vene venerable
rable venerable Episcopal priest in Central
America, and is .still in active serv service
ice service even though he retired from
Christ Church in 1941.
He was born in England in 1863,
and arrived on the Zone in 1907
as the first American Priest to
serve in the Missionary Diocese
of the Panama Canal Zone of the
Episcopal Church. He served for
34 years on the Atlantic k Side of
the Isthmus, and has been living
iiw Antigua, Guatemala, since his
reflrement in, 1941. ; ;
' Although he is nearing the cen century
tury century mark, Father Cooper preach preaches
es preaches wtth a strong voice and youth youthful
ful youthful ? spirU.i He; recently attended
the JMlly Graham Crusade in Man Man-hattart.
hattart. Man-hattart. and is mbst enthusiastic a

bout the wftrk of the ifireat evan-

Officiatingtt service of
morning prayer will' be the ,yery

nev. jviainert j. reT-rson. assist assist-el
el assist-el by'4heltev? Allen Mtuhl.
wThers w4fr.tl,'anily,3onimu-

nbn Service at 9:15 a.m. at which
tim the cfilRTRn bring their Uifts

of food for the Bella Vjsta Chil Children's
dren's Children's -Home. In the evening- at
7:00 o'clock: the Bev. Stuhlwill

preach on The Meaning of Wor

ship" and ,lhe VofirmationIec-
iniv fAllAurinif n-will V mi .''Ant

Life of Prayer."

Peterson will be preaching at St.

Paul's Church, Panama, where a

great service of Thanksgiving will
mark the end of the teaching mis mission
sion mission that he has been conducting
every nisht durine the oast weak

in that parish church.

CONT blame your husband if

he hain't the foggiest notion of

wnai a necuc flay-ty-oay existence
you lead. f
'Unless he has had to pinch hit
for you for at least a week at a
stretch, he can't possibly under

stand the things that complicate

nomemakers life. fn-...
To most, men the Job of house

keeping is just a jnitter of buy buying
ing buying groceries and cooking meals,
making beds, etc. V.,' V?;,
They don't know anything tbout
the hundreds of extra jobs that
come up any week Jibe ; getting
Junior to the dentist,' Si to danq danq-Ing
Ing danq-Ing lessons, baking a cake for the
church bazaar and so ot.
And no matter what the Job be being,
ing, being, done,; there are the interrupt
tionsthe telephone, the '' doorbell.

the children's squabbles that have ll?

to be settled, 'the spilled milk that
hat to be mopped up. the dog that
wants in or out, '.the neighbor's
child whe wants drink of water.
v INTIRHUTIONS -; ;
-
- ONE housewife recently decided
to find out just how many times
she would be interrupted while
baking a,, cake, and to she1 kept
score. The number itf interruptions
before the cake. ws iced-P-wt'
. So that's why if s follish for a
woman to blame her husband for
not realising how bard the works.
How 'could a man who. has never
kept a house i and looked, after
children' possibly know .. what a

complicated, nevef ending job J It

I

1 wwAy

A

Airman To Lose

Career In Giving

Kidney to Brother

'r'ninlAuhMA iTITV. TOlcir:NoV.

14 (UP) An airman today, faced
the loss of his pilot's career be because
cause because he has decided to give one

of his kidneys to save the life of

hn twin brother.

But, because of appeals sent to

President Eisenhower and Okla

homa congressmen, Lt. JSam Mer-

nman. 26, will be permitted to re remain
main remain in the Air Force in a ground

capacity if he goes through with
the operation scheduled for. next

month.

The Air Force earlier asked

Merriman to1 hand in his resigns

tion ay tomorrow Because of a
regulation which states that a kid

ney must be lost in the line ef

duty. Merriman now Is in flight

training at Hondo Air f orce Base,

xex.

Merriman ssid' he' would co

through with the operation even if

it meant "washing out.?

His brother, Silly.' of Oklahoma

City, needs the kidney transplant
to survive, according to doctors.
His condition was discovered when

he was discharged from the Navy
five years ago. ;

An Air Force spokesman in
Washington said today that Merri

man could go ahead with the op

eration, out ne wouia oe giving up
his career as a pilot.

Moroccan, Tunisian
Chief s of Stale

Soon

RABAT, Morocce Nov. 14 (UP)

Moroccan Foreign Minister Ah

med Balairej said to Jay tnat King
Mohammed V of Morocco would
meet soon with Tunisian President

Habib Bourguib te work out a
peaee plan for Algeria. -

Balaftej Joq jmnoupee-

Hears Discussion ri

Of 'Indian llearMfl
Meetisg1 of" the Hthmlan nu nu-mismatio
mismatio nu-mismatio .Society4 was held this
week in ,the Margarita f Service)

wenver. ..

Many, coins were on display also
a large ; numismatic-; library was
available for research work on
AdlscuisioS ;was tarried on by
Tom Robertson' and' Earl Dailey
relative to the types of Indian

head coins minted in the U.S. dur

ing 1864. Many of the collectors
are interested in the tvo coins of

the United States, usually display
ed in albums, nueh a (hns nh.

taihed by Misr Mctaimans and

Mrs; Furr during tne meeting. --r

Gus and Ricardo F6ii save s

description of Panama's coinage
and .. displayed coins coverin the

history of Panama af a Republic.
A Jarge selection of Coins and
currency' from most every country

was exhibited, by Micolaisen.

Anyone interested in the collect

tion or study of numismatics should

can tne ciuD's president, Capt
Kerley at 3-1681 for additional

information. New members or

visitors are cordially -invited to -all
meetings. -f,'

ment to. reporters after conferring
with the King who had -met with a
group of AlieriaB Nationalist lead.

era in Rabat last week, s ,, f r

"The repercussions f the Al

gerian -war on, Morocco are mora
serious every day and border in incidents
cidents incidents are increasing,!' the for

eign minuter said, t ,t'i..i

"His Majesty and President

Bourguiba being two friends of
France, one may have good hopes
that they will aeree on a solution

which will be acceptable to both

Franc sod the Adrian National

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Bridge, Tea Tarty, -,
Whit Elnphant Sale
t On Wednesday, Nov. 2(K the In-ter-American
Women's "Club, Co Colo
lo Colo Unit ir having a bridge, tea
and White Elephant Sale at the
Club Headquarter beginning at l
p.m. tickets are $1.00. The after afternoon's
noon's afternoon's activities promise grand
time for thoae attending ana
' an opportunity to ahop ,for .Mr-
; The artlcle to be donated by
the members for this-sale may. be
lampa, jewelry, household mUcIm,
pictures, handbags, and such which
ar,ln good condition but for .one
reason .or another are not used used-If
If used-If may be f t coloi" t
Hot suitable tosthe present owner,
or a household- gadget lU
used. Such- articles' ,may be
ta k 1 ng up zst p a !. nd
of no use to the present owner but
represent a possible source m
funds for the Club when collected

... Members are urged to wing

their donated articles for this sale
to tlw Club building' as s6on kss
possible or on the day of the Gen General
eral General Assembly.- r!

"Life nglns" Party ...'

Far Barney porn
Mr. Bernard W. Forseson save

a surprise party at her Cocoli
lor her hiisband "Barnev"

to ctiebrat his fortieth birthday

on Monday; vt :- v-, v

Guests came costumed, ana the
theme of the party was ''Life Be Be-ginr
ginr Be-ginr at forty0, ii '.

Games were piayea ana a dox
supper were. served., y ;.,r;

Cant. And Mm. Hudion v. k

Announce Birth of Sen ""':'

Capt. and Mrs. Jack C. Hudson
of Hong Kong announce the birth

oi a son yextne. $

Mn. tTiiHuon U Lh f n r m a r

Joyce' Curling whose parentse Mr.
and Mm.. ..Ernent. f'.nrlincr rsiHa

ton' the Isthmus,.' : : y'i.ti

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Mamie Drops In

Despile Proleslsr
V ;' VIENNA, Noy. .U1- (UP). -Communist
Hungary, disclosed to today
day today it had sentenced four leading
Hungarian liters to pnsonterms
on charges ,of anU-state activities
despite the protests, of prominent
free, world authors.
. A Budapest radio broadcast sajd
Tibor Dery, Gyula, Hay, Zoltan
. Zelk and Tibor Tac-los had re received
ceived received sentences anting from
nine years to .eighteen months,
, The writers all wer promment
figures .in the 'Petoefi -circle"
that led Hungarian intellectuals in
.last autumn's ,,, revoit demanding
jfreedom of, speech and restoration
of human rights. bxsvj.

tne official 'Communist broad broadcast
cast broadcast said Dery was sf ntenced to
nine yearft' fof attempting to oyer
throw the Hungarian Red regime
and Hay to -lbr years as s Dery s
..accomplice, ;
Zelk was sentenced to three
tears, and Tardos to eighteen
months, both for "inciting against
the, People's Democratic regime,
thp broadcast, said.
I The Budapest radio announce announce-m?"t
m?"t announce-m?"t Was the first official Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian confirmation .thnf the four
writ-rs had been tried It gav
jia lurther details on thenrtal of
the sentencing". J '(' I;,
Among r those ) sWling 'protest
'wires were 'British-writer T. "S.
Eliot 'and '- the fellow traveling
- French" writer 'and philosopher
Jean-Paul Sartre; ,Siinilat tele telegrams
grams telegrams were sent ,:by psominenf
Jeft-TVing irt t ell e c lu a 1 s and
roliticians. r j
French May Rwn!
US.Arms.ln Juriisla,
; Minister, Declares
Jmimwvmft.' i TMRTDP!

PARIS, Noy. 14 (UP) -Foreign

Minister Uinsuan jrineau
- ed today that if the United States
I supplied arms to Tunisia France
i would take it as a breach of A A-'tlantic
'tlantic A-'tlantic 'solidarity.
, eihn nlH th. Natinnal Assent"

5 bly Foreign Affairs Committee the

f xencn governmeni uvutw wiwj
v requested the United States and
; Britain hot to give arms to the
Mnth Afrlrnh Ramihlic,." '

Sources .wno attenaea me emer-

rency weeting said fineau naa
nlA tha Pninmlttaa that the United

states had ijaot. yet sent arms to

For Informal Visif

Vilh Schoolkids

WASHTNfiTnNi 'ov' 'l A (VP ?

One of the neighbors dropped tn
at1 the U.S., Grant Elementary
school today and' sef the second
and third grades a-twltter.v, m
The two-story red brick public
school is only four blocks from
the White House. So Mrs. Mamie
Eisenhower visited lor half an
hour with 25 second' and third
graders in recognition of National
J A! M 1

jbauoauon- wee.
i Miss, Patricia McSweeney, one
of the school's four teachers, ex-
olained to the pupils that if Mrs.
Eisenhower had children, of school
age, U.S. Grant would be their
school.
."We're all neighbors," Mrs. Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower told the children as they
gat in a semi-circle around her.
The youngsters were shy, i but
when the teacher told severol to
show Mrs. Eisenhower around the
room at least a dozen tried to

clutch her hand.

Mrs, E. F. Yahh

Of Supply Division

Dies AIGorgas

ta VlfvaKallh TP. WatlsTL fin

narviaorv Accountant In the

flnnniv nivision of the Panama

Canal company, died at B aon.

WUHT aftV --
lengthy Ulneas. She was 4& years
Old. y-V."-pW.

ii. nr.icVi iaa hnrn In Brent

j t,h uamnahlr und came

to the Isthmus lh.1939 when her

husband, Hoiiu o. wan, wnu
-...at aMMlA1afl rt tha Rnacial Fn

glneering Division, She 'was first

empioyea m wwbu

tne ClUonouse, new oc v
ter, Division in June 1840. ;r
" an Vr bar servica ; has been

with the same -unit,- She was

transierrea u accounting wui
...ifu fv.. rM,rcinn' In IQdR and bfl-

WiUl uv" " ,
came suoervlsory Accountant a

lew years iwt.

Mn .walah resided on W1I

llamann : Plana in BalDOa. She

bad been In ill health for some

time and entereo oorgas oapi

Hal Oct. 4.- r'' 1 .

In addition to her husband,
who now livesv in Miami, Mrs.
Walsh Vis survived by a son,
Charles E. Walsh, of Balboa. Her
husband ;1 Is presently on the

?, Funeral arrangements will be

announced laier. ;

Harriet Roane, 8, one of eight
Negro children, in MissMcSween MissMcSween-ey's
ey's MissMcSween-ey's class, .asked Mrs. Eisenhower
if there were ., "any stores in ,the

wnite House." -. , -.
The first lady said nQv but there
was a swimming pool. .That
seemed ot satisfy. Harriet and ber
classmates. .;
The children, under teacher's
nrnmntine. told Mr.?. .Eisenhower

they were studying about Sputnik.

At, the. front ot tne room mere
was a poster reading: ;

"Sputnik is a name meaning
Russian moon. It has a radio. It

can travel-to the jiJhttea.ptates
from-RussiS in 30 mintes. Sput Sputnik
nik Sputnik is stilf in the air.Wt will

make one ft

fc

J'.

Put zest
in:ourlife!

THIS. WEEKEND. 7.

rfSll- VI l Villain

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(lumn thauM ba iubmiHd in
typa-wrlttan form ,snd mailed to
tha boa numW liitad dally In "$o "$o-ial
ial "$o-ial and Oth'arwiin," ni jtlivarad';
kt hand to tha off i; Notices ot
Mtstinpi cannot b accaptod bv
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Military Engirtsors

Meet On Monday : .,

The regular monthly meeting o'.

the Canal Zone Post, Society of
American Military Engineers will
be held Monday evwing. Nov. 18,
at the Tivoli 'Guest House. A so social
cial social hour will be held at 6 p,m
ru i 1 j:

followed by dinner.

'Mr. W. M. Kennedy, of the staff

ofthe Engineer, U.S. Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean will discuss "Designing for

At Jamaica Hall

. Commencing at 8 tonight, Val

Reid and -Agatha Young Weekes
wlQ be featured in. the presenta presentation!
tion! presentation! of '"Songs that never Die"
at the jamaicari Society Vail.
This concept, sponsored by
Talbert Weeks cultural social di director,'
rector,' director,' will bring, some of the
tops In musical and variety en entertainment
tertainment entertainment ieaturing the Mod Mod-ernaires,
ernaires, Mod-ernaires, Corbln, Ernesto Thom Thomas,
as, Thomas, and many others. "Robot
Man" at unusually humorous
come-will be presented as
a creation by Weeks.
A1 door prize of a possible free
trip 'to -Havana is another at at-tractlon.
tractlon. at-tractlon. w i

Protectiofi in Atomic Warfare."
Reservations may be secured by
calling Lt, Col. Gross, Clayton
3284$ Commander Hiecjel, Navy
3238, or Mr. Hollen, Balboa ?991.

The best way to answer an
angry retort is not with a simi similar
lar similar blast. When someone else

loses his temper, try to hold on

to yours.

You can only be master of
such a situation if you are able
to keep calm and talk in a rea reasonable
sonable reasonable way. '

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.THE PANAMA 'AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUPRSDAT, NOVEMBER' ll,- 1337
iBilldogs Choice ToSmain
BHS 2 Touchdown Favorite
Jo Whip Rival CHS Tigers

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By TREVOR SIMONS
The Canal Zone champions of football, Balboa
. High School, go into tonight's windup of the 1957
grid season top heavy favorites to defeat the visiting
Tigers from Cristobal and remain undefeated
against interscholastic competition..

color to precede Balboa's big
game lor 1957.

Bulldogs to Honor Dads

Only twice have the Bulldogs color

fallen short of victory this year

once in the Jamboree wnen mey
were held scoreless and against
Xhe Athletic Club when they drop drop-jftd
jftd drop-jftd narrow 7-6 decision. B u t
Since then the tune has changed
nd the Balboa gridders have e e-Seit
Seit e-Seit settled their score with the
JH.C. in a 7-6 turn-about win of
their own.

Tonight BHS are on the short
end of the odds, two touchdown fa favorites
vorites favorites to defeat CHS. But the ri ri-.
. ri-. valry that has always existed be between
tween between the two High Schools from
opposite sides of the Canal Zone
Is so intense that neither can be
expected to ease up regardless of
the odds or the fact that the title
has already been decided.
Tomiinu oit one ft the most sue-!

cessfully attended football seasons,
(Balboa High moguls are prepar preparing
ing preparing to handle a sell out crowd for
jhe 1957 finale as the underman undermanned,
ned, undermanned, but determined Cristobal Ti Timers
mers Timers travel to the Pacific Side
bent on the destruction of the
mighty Bulldogs in what would
be the biggest upset of the current
season.

Tonight will be "fathers' Day"
at Balboa Stadium. The fathers

of all the players on the Balboa

football team have been invited

to attend the pre-garne briefing
of the players and a special place

of honor will be reserved behind
the daver's bench so that all

Dads mav Bet an inside look at

their boys in action tonight.

Machen Stops
Jackson; Title

Bout Not Near

- mum-winr-' mum muni n 1 ,r" i m nrfm ..jimwujiuuKMiwiiiHHiiuiMiim '"mnmm X nn mi uimu
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THE BALBOA

Front row (I.

BULLDOGS, CANAL ZONE 1957 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS

Kick-off time at Balboa Stadium
is slated for 7 o'clock, but actual
activities to go along with the
game will begin when the "spe "special"
cial" "special" train from Cristobal pulls
into Balboa Station. There the
Balboa Band, cheerleaders, pop
squards are expected to lend much

SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 14

(UP) Eddie Machen, a hero in
California but still a bum as far
as Flovd Patterson's manager is

concerned, might just as well quit
dreaming of a crack at thjfe world

crown because he won t get one.

8tODAY-ENCANTO-.25-.15

, WAHOO! $115.00
Edmund Purdom in
"THE EGYPTIAN"
Gary Copper in
"GARDEN OF EVIL"

TODAY IDEAL ,25
Doris Day in-
-JULIE"
Spencer Tracy in,
( ''DR. JEKTLL AND
MR. HYDE"

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7:00
1:00

JOHN DEREK
WANDA HENDRIX in
"SEA OF LOST SHIPS'

Tomorrow!

POPULAR NIGHT!
$1.10 oer CAR!

I YVONNE DE CARLO in I

m "HURRICANE SMITH" I
f -; in TECHNICOLOR!
Kfl tm tm m Ji

Those are the sentiments at least
of Lippe Breidbart, manager of
Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson,
whom the un d e fe a t e d Machen
stopped after ten rounds last night
ior his 24th professional triumph.
The nationally televised fight had
been scheduled for 12 heats.
"Machen left my boy in worse
condition than Patterson did in
their title fight last July," Breid Breid-bart
bart Breid-bart said. "But Floyd never will
face him. Floyd only likes to take
on amateurs and Machen defi definitely
nitely definitely ain't one."

Breidbart's guess that. Machen
and Patterson won't meet seemed
to be backed by Cus D'Amto,

manager of the champion. DA DA-ma
ma DA-ma to claimed Pete Rademacfier,

taken -out by Patterson in six

r0und ''would have knocked out

Machen In three or four rounds.'
never considered him (Ma

chen) nearly as good as Patter

son.' and this fight lowered him

further in my estimation," D'A-

mato said. "But I offered Machen
the first shot at Patterson's title
last summer, and his manager re refused
fused refused in order to make things dif difficult
ficult difficult for us. So, he's still out, as
far as we're concerned."
But manager Sid Flaherty said
that he and top-ranked Machen
would stick around for a while to
see if a match could be made with
the champ. If not, Flaherty said,
he might take Eddie on a junket
through Europe.

to r.) Don Ryter, Bruce Bateman,

Raul Barbara, Al Nahmad, Terry Corrigan, Tory McKeown,
Joe Trower, Roger Million, Cene Burch, Bill Halvosa,
Mike Crook, Chuck Douglas. All these are seniors, and
tomorrow night's game will be their last high school

football.
Middle row: Tony Womble, John Snodgrass, Pete
Corrigan, Tom Cunningham, Tim Days, HarreU'Womble,
Joe Reynolds, James, Marshall, Ralph, Blevins, Buzz Rath Rath-gefcrer,
gefcrer, Rath-gefcrer, Dick Abell, Gary Ness.

Back row: Steve Corham, Dick Scot, Lloyd Spread,
ling, Ralph Parker, Dave Adams, Lewis B&teman, Mon
gan Schoch, Charles Rentz, Alan Scott,' kevin Sheridan,
Bob Sikorski, Charlie French, Orin Sadler.'Da nnv Dae

ATLANTIC LEAGUE TRYOUTS:

WINNERS BY GEORGE
PAWTUCKET, K.I. (UP) (UP)-George
George (UP)-George Gibb was aboard three
winners at Narragansett Tuesday,
including Rockie Creek, which
won the featured allowance.

SERVICE
CENTERS
TONIGHT

MAID'S NIGHT OUT
SEE A MOVIE!
o V o

BALBOA 6:15 8:10

AIR CONDITIONED
13bU ANT
IBUN&WAY
5kOM(5j3p)

CRISTOBAL
7:00 only

Audle Murphy George Nader
"JOE BUTTERFLY"
In Color!

DIABLO 7:00
"GREAT DAY IN THE
MORNING"

MARGARITA 6:15 -Alec
Guinness
"THE PRISONER'

7:55 I

The annual tryouts for ten, ele

ven and tweive year old boys who

wish to become members of one

of the six Atlantic Little League

baseball teams will be conducted
on Saturday morning, Nov. 16

at 9:00 a.m. at the Margarita Lit

tle League field.

Should rain interfere with the

program, the tryouts will be held

on Monday Nov. 18th at 4:30 p.

m. and will continue each alter-

noon until all boys have had a
chance -to be looked over by the

managers ana coaches of ail six

teams.

Registrations forms are available

at Cristobal,? Margarita i and Ga

tun Elem. schools and Cristobal
Junior High School. JJhese. forms

must De tinea out and brought
to the field by the player. The
completed form is totoe turned in
to player agent Henry McElhone
who will be on hand to conduct

the session.

A boy is eleeible to take Dart

if he attends a U.S. rate school:

will not be thirteen before Aoril

1, 1958; and does not reside in

a military post. Boys residing on

a military post should apply for

tryout with the newly formed Al
lantic Armed Forces Little League

try outs lor 8 and 9 year old

Doys were conducted last Satur

day morning with 39 youngsters
taking part. Boys chosen for

the teams will be nothied about

ten days alter the comDletion of

the tryout program. 1

Los Angeles Baseball

Writers Will Not

Call Dodgers 'Bums

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 14 (UP)
' Th Dodgers may hv bn
known affectionately in Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn at "tho Bums" but In thoir
nw Lot Angolas home that
nickname will not be Used by
newspapers.
The- newly-erganlied Lot An An-gelet
gelet An-gelet Chapter of the- tiateball
Writers of America today went"
on record at frowning on the
use of the nickname "Burnt"
and voted to refer to the club
only at the Dodgers.

Fergus Cops
In Rainbow

Governor's Cup
City Swim Meet

GATUN 7:00
Bette Davis
"THE CATERED
AFFAIR"

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Owl Show Tomorrow!
Diablo Margarita
Paraiso Camp Bierd
10:30 p.m.

PARAISO 6:15 0:00
"SECRETS OF
OUTLAW FLATS"
and L
"THE BIG COMBO"
7:25 only
Friday "ZARAK"

Camp Bierd 6:15 8:55
'BLONDE SINNER"
and
THE MAZE" 7:35 only
Friday "WHILE CITY
SLEEPS"

Sports Briefs

THREE FOR JOHN
NEW YORK (UP) Jockey
Johnny Ruane rode three winners
at Jamaica Tuesday, including
both parts of a $36.60 daily dou double
ble double and the ValenzueJa brothers
also won three, two by Ismael and
one by Angel.

People from far and near in

eluding Lieutenant Governor Colo Colonel
nel Colonel Hugh M. Arnold; L. A. Fergu

son, jsuppiy and Employe Service
director; B. I. Everson director
of Transportation and Terminals

Bureau were treated to 62 min

utes of chock-full excitement and
thrills in the first annual Latin-A

merican Swim Meet at the gaily

uecoraiea itainDOw Uty Pool on

veteran s Day.

When, it was all over. th toast

oi me KainDow Uity town was 17

year old Lionel Fergus, who
Spreadeagled the field of nine in
winning the Governor's Trophy for
thef 100-yard free-stylo event with
a time of 1.05, Fergus was the on

ly individual to win to events
for the day as h previously cap captured
tured captured the 100 yaft! breaststroke
with a time of 1.18 in the tenth
event.
Colonel Arnold represented Gov Governor
ernor Governor W. E. Potter, who donated
the trophy for the feature of the
day, but was unable to attend be-
causeof diplomatic duties.

and congratulated Fergus who re

ceived the trophy which will have

his name, the town he represent

ed and the year 1957 engraved

thereon.
Ferguson presented the second

place ribbon to Ricardo Sayles of
Rainbow City and Everson the

third-place ribbon to Roberto Diaz
of La Boca.
Rainbow City captured 37 of the
42 places in the 14 events which

had representatives from Santa
Curz, Paraiso and La Boca. Phy Physical
sical Physical director Oscar Morrell beam beamed
ed beamed all over as his athletes swept
the first three places in each of
the first five events and also in
the seventh, ninth and '11th event

with 1-2 finishes in the sixth,

eighth, tenth, twelfth, and "Gover
nor Special" events for their to
tal of 37 placed

Third place was the only post

any of the other towns could cap

ture. Paraiso prevented Rainbow

City from making a clean sweep
of the1 first tea events when Rob Robert
ert Robert Blades finished in that posi-

LA BOCA -1- "Phantom SUge Coach" Ic "The Mob"

SANTA CRUX
6:15 8:30

Elizabeth Taylor
"THE LAST TIME I SAW PARIS"

HEINRICH WILL PLAY
NEW YORK (UP) New York

Giants quarterback Don Heinrrch
will play Sunday against the Phil

adelphia Eagles, the team physi physician
cian physician said today. Heinrich, side sidelined
lined sidelined since Oct. 5 with a broken

bone in his thumb, resumed prac-

'tice Tuesday .

JON McGRAW, Cristobal guard, has played more quarters of
football this year than probably any other performer in action.
A good bet for A11-C.Z., CHS is .without his equal on the line.

Hard On Shoulder Pads

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NORMAN. Okla. f NEA) Nobody

has built a shoulder pad that can

contain am Kroner.
Bounding Bill Krisher has gone

through two pairs of yokes al

ready this season. They cost $35
a ir.
"He wears the flaps- ofT and

even bends the steel," mourns
Jack Gaer, Oklahoma's equipment
manager. After each game, Baer
arimails Kroner's battered pads
to Vernon, Tex., where they are
hurriedly repaired. t,. 1
Krisher began1 demolishing
shoulder pads as sophomore in

1955. The 216-pound guard's tap

ering build contributes to the pro problem.
blem. problem. He has shoulders like a
stevedore, wean 48-50 pad, yet
his waist is like that of a village
belle. His pants size is only 34. ,v
In Miami two yean ago, Krisher
ruined his third new pair prac

ticing for the Orange Bowl -same.

"Somebody ran over these with

a tractor," protested the manufac

turer.

Krisher wore the new pair for

tne tirst time in Oklahoma's 20-6
victory over Maryland. After the
game, the pads were returned to
the St. Louis factory. Although the

traae mart was suu neatly sten stenciled
ciled stenciled and they smelled like new,
the pads looked like a railroad

streamliner Baa DSssed over

them. ..

Last year, the manufacturer de designed
signed designed a special experimental pad
and confidently shipped it to Nor

man. But Krisher wrecked sev

eral more pairs.

Krisher wore out his first cair

this fall four days after Okla Oklahoma's
homa's Oklahoma's two-day drills began. He
finished off his second set after
the Pittsburgh game. -He now 'is
wearing his thi"t naii1 and they're

neat op pretty baa.

tion in the sixth race and Oscar
Ramos in the eighth and tenth
races.- Ramos was the only visi visitor,
tor, visitor, to win two ribbons;

David Failey of Santa Cruz fin

ished third in the 12th race, be behind
hind behind George McFarlane and Ken

neth Watson of Rainbow City who
finished tied for first place, clock clocked
ed clocked at 39 seconds, for the 50-yard
backstroke for boys 16-to-18 years
old. Roberto Diaz of La Boca fin finished
ished finished third in the Governor's Spe Special.
cial. Special. f
The .overflow crowd which wit

nessed the events displayed much,

enthusiasm 'and is signal .proof

of their Support to the project.

jviany wno a 1 1 e n a e a expressed

great anticipation ior me event

in 1958 when the Latin American

communities will again compete

This project -was sponsored by

tne Juvenile delinquent Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, a branch of the Rainbow Ci City
ty City Civic Council.
The results of the events, show showing
ing showing the distance, class, group, age,
and time, follows:
First event 20 Yards Free

Style Boys 10 years and un

der -r 1, trnesto Scott, 13:01: 2,
Varney Watson, 15:00; 3, Carlos
Griffith 15:01.
Second Event 20 Yards Free
Style Boys 12 years and un under
der under 1, Reinaldo Colpa 10:00; 2,
Roberto Anderson 11:00; 3, Ricar Ricardo
do Ricardo Hunter 12:00.
Third Event 20 vards Frep

Style Girls 12 years and under
1, Norma Wood 14:01; "2, I I-vonne
vonne I-vonne Drew 15:01; 3, Annette Fred Fredericks
ericks Fredericks 15:02, f
Fourth Event 20 yards Free
Style Boys 14 years and under
1, Ricardo Sayles 10:59 2,
Charles Parnell 11:00; 3, Ernesto
Rojas 11:01.

r l th Event 50 vards FrP

Style Girls 17 years and under

l, veronica King 40:00; 2, Ru Ruby
by Ruby Simon 46:00 ; 3, Diana Chris Christopher
topher Christopher 1.05.
Sixth Event 50 "yards Free
Style Boys 16 years and under
1, Melvin Jones 28:02; 2, Tal Tal-bert
bert Tal-bert Anderson 31:00; 3, Robert
Blades' 37:00.
Seventh Event 50 vards Fro

Style Girls 16-to-18 years 1,
Lucy Rosemond 41:00; 2, 01 ga
Downer 41:05;-3. Arlene Simons

42:00.

Eiehth Event an v r A

Breaststroke Boys 13 year.s and

unaer i, element Morrell 40:12:

2, Howard Morrell 41:05; 3, Os Oscar
car Oscar Ramos 42:00.

Ninth Event 50 Yards ttreacr-

stroke Boys 14-to-18 years 1. 1

Harold Fergus 42:03 ; 2, Orlando
McCourty 43:00; 3, Reno Patrick

M:ut.

Tenth Event 100 y8a r d t

DreaaisiroKe oys 17 years and
over l, Lionel Fergus LIS; 2,
Leonard Hardy 2.49; 3, Oscar-Ra

mos 3.00. V

Eleventh Event so vrrt

oacKsiroKe uoys 14 years aid
under 1. Charles Parnelh M.-nor

2, Ricardo Sayles 39:05; 8, Beinal-

Twelfth Event 50 v.rrt h.rV.

stroke Boys l6-to-18 years 1,
George McFarlane 39-no- 2 Kn.

nem watson 39:00; 3, David Fai
ley 44:05. y

Thirteenth Even hi vmm

r .... n n - J

i nfVyj ys 16-to- years

x, nuiieu Anoerson 35:02: 2, or

HMO MCCOUrtV 40:00- S B n

Patrick. 54:00. -.

Governor s fTmnhvt Snaf inn

Yards Free Style oys -44-

wim years l, UoneJ FeMus
L05; 2 Ricardo Sayles 1.44; 3, Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Dial L49. v' r, .' v

:

i- . .
BHS Seniors Who Bow Out
Of Local School Football

T i""

s '..'. 'f .... i,

MIKE CROOK
No. 82 Tackle 195 lbs.
letters, 0. ? t , ., .- ..
Best defensive man on the

line. Starts, offensively and de defensively.
fensively. defensively. Mikemissed )last year
because of broken a.hkle. He
loves the game and plays it hard,
He's the fastest man in the line.

DON RYTER V. t
No. 70 Halfback idfl ihT

7-letters, 0. v.
. A knee operation kept him
from lettering last season. r His
knee keeps him out of competi competition
tion competition as offensive quarterback,
but he has started every game
on defehsive and is doing a great
job at it. Very dependable.-

ALBERT NAHMAD
No. 74 Halfback 160 lbs.

letters, 0. f

Used mainly on defense when

his ability to dagnose plays ana

make hard tackles eves tne op

ponents a hard tme.,

I

RANGERS CAU TWO
NEW YORK (ITi tn..

- w r iuf new
York Rangers hockev um wtiiok

had ent goalie Marcel Paille to

Providence Monday, recalled him

Tuesday along with Ivan (The
Terrible) Irwin.Pailie had beea
sent down when it appeared in injured
jured injured Gump Worsley was ready t

resume play, but Worslev siUl

showed effects of the roin injury

in practice

RAUL BARBARA -No.
62 Halfback 135 lbs.

letters, 0.' '.

One of two smallest backfield
men on the squad, Raul has
speed and desire making him a
good runner and defensive back,

Always ready to play.

1

'J

J

: .I jOK TROWER

Nor 54 -Fullback-Halfback

185 lbs letters, D. v,

This is the toird rear for joe

on the team. Rugged runner who

loves football and is a real team
player. v-

'LfTTLB ALLOWS v'
WEST POINT N. Y (NEA)

irwiv iniiis'Mrito.'l 1 fi TAi i n A

football as a minor varsity sport I

If

" ;' ROGER MILLION j
. No. 75 Guard. 180 lbs.
letters, 1. -,?:.:
One of the. two senior letter letter-men
men letter-men -on the team. Roger was in injured
jured injured In the middle of last sea season
son season and underwent a knee op operation.
eration. operation. He's-a great competitor
calling defensive signals and has
acted as co-captain in some of
the games.



'iHURSDAY, NOVEMBER '(, 1937
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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The Panama Mailil Club TOUT'

nament Committee announoea the
following information concerning
the- aixth.. annual, Paname-Marun
Club Tournament; ' v
,". Thor tukr uvntfcn f 17) pri
vate-y-owned boats entered with
the Flying Scott' making two se separata
parata separata trina into the aishing gro
The Panama Canal Company en
tered the. U.S. Runner lor two se
parate fmir-day trips. The Army
also' entered six 6) boats for two
eparate,; tour-day, trips into Ush Ush-ing
ing Ush-ing waters, '-;!
These boats, some of whichNrere
in and out of Balboa during; the
tournament, raised a total o; iaz
bill fish., There wefe 133 sallMi
hooked, released, lost or caught.
There were 58 marim raiseoV and
18 were subdued and brought a-,
board boast."1'"! v v.
Irpnicaliy the boat Yankee, due
to repair? still being made as the
tournament got unuer way, u.u
not enter 'the Tournament. BUI
Eldridge, fishing from the Yankee
when at last repalredin the last
Hav. of the Tournament, Doaiea
a 534-pound black marlin. The
wnrl nf that storv is: You do not
need to be in the entire Tourna
ment to catch a prize-winning
marlin.
Lt. Col. M. F. Moucha, out for
three days, has entered the largest
markin in the unoificial standing.
This again proves that you mere merely
ly merely have to be at the right place
at the right time. . .
The Nautilus, captained by Milt
and Chubby Wright caught the
most Marim. The Nautilus, flew
five marlin flags as shetsteamed in
the channel on Sandya, Nov.. 10.
The Seri, with Frank Vioiette at
the wheel, had runner-up boat
honors with four markin flags
flying from the 'outriggers. t
The following is an unofficial
listing of how individual anglers
placed in the tournamanet results.
The Panama .Marlin Club board
o. ; judge must rule on each envy
and it is expected that the board
of judges will meet this week for
that purpose. r. "j
Largest marlin: A. 647-pound
black martin- caught by ; Lt. Col.
M. F. Moucha Iron the Flying Scott.
Col Moucha will be presented the
annual Panma Marlin Club Tour Tour-phyr
phyr Tour-phyr Jthe 1 .jGovernor's Cup- by the
Canadzone Governor, the presi presidential
dential presidential Trophy by the "President
of the Republic pf Panama, and
a set of?iewFirestone tires to fit
bis ca1ty-the Firestone Agencies.
Second ano..third largest -mar-liprA
645-pound silver iharlin i ?nd
a. 402-pound blue "marim Vere
caught, by Chief, .Warrant -uriicer
Richard M. Sullivan fishing from
the; Nautilus.' CWCy Sullivan caught
th most 'poundage of marlin and
will be presented with the 9-0 Fin
Nor Reel as donated by Southern
Tackle Distributors, Miami, Flo Florida.
rida. Florida. For the second largest mar marlin,
lin, marlin, Smoot and Paredes will pre present
sent present CWO Sullivan with a $100
letter of credit. The third largest
marking wins for CWO Sullivan
a round-trip ticket by air to Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica,, courtesy of Boyd Brothers
Travel Agency,
' Fourth largest marlin: A 360 360-posnd
posnd 360-posnd black marlin was caught
by Robert McCoy form the SKip
Jack. For his eftorts, McCoy will
receive a $35 letter of credit from
Lou Glud Sporting Goods Store
and it may be applied on any ar-
t H from ice sxates to a coiner
n-.ttiA Rmnirn State Building.
vith Unrest martin: A. 300-lb.
(evenybUck marlin, ? c aught
by George Nickles from ithe Cht
Chi. McKies Will oe presenieu
with 35-tnm Retinanette C.amera
tha Kodak Comoanv. ...
Sixth largest marUn; The sixth
inrooit marlin nrize was soecifi
ed as the largest striped markin
or if none caught, the sixth largest
A 183 l-2-paund striped marlin
was eaueht bv Pete Trotorlci. fish
ine from the Caiman. Tortorici
will be bresented a marlin Figu
rine by Shaws and $25 in cash by
Colpan Motors. , A
Spvfrith lareest -marlin: A 210
Bound silver marlin caught by
rantain William Gnfan fishing
from the Nautilus. Captain Griffin
wins 125 in cash donated by the
Balboa Yacht Club.
.wiffhth lareest marlin: A 192
pound black marlin caught by
last vear'a tournament winner. Cap
Harry Wilder, fishing from the
Kpri. Caofain Wilder's effort is
rewarded with a Dclux Coca Cola
Cooler, courtesy of the Coca Cola
Bottling Company.
Ninth larieat marlin: A 191-lb.
und black markin caught by James
Cares. The Who Cares is ine name
nf the boat and Slover- will re
ceive an automobile battery by
Tasco Battery ? Company. :,s
Tenth largest marlin: A 179 179-pound
pound 179-pound striped marlin- caught by
Frank : Vioiette Tishlng iron his
Seri- "Captain Bligh" as Vioiette
is known to be called,, can wet
down his next fishing trip with
a case of Agewood Whiskey given
be National Distillery. -:
JSe'venth largest marlin: A 161 161-pound
pound 161-pound black marlin caught by
Tommy Styles, fishing from the
Nautilus. Styles, who has now
caught eight in a row-without a
mutf, will receive a case of mixed
liquors from National -Distellery.
Twelfth largest markin: A 144 144-pound
pound 144-pound striped marlin caught by
1 Kennerd, fishing Iron the Se Seri.
ri. Seri. Kennerd will receive a ten spot
($10) from Chain Singh.
Thirteenth ? largest marlin: A
Lt. CoL'Ashton, fishing from the
Viking. Col. Ashton and his' wife
will receive at dinner lor two at
the El Panama Hilton.
- Fourteenth largest marlin: A
129-pound striped marlin caught
by Captain Harry Wilder, lishing
lorm the iSeri. Captain Wilder
should have the best oiled car on
the .Isthmus with a win of five

(5) anwsd'i Friction " 'S jy

Lareest aailfish: 155 pound
caught by H. E. Robinson from his
ovn boat, the La Ray. "Robbie"
Robinson will be presented the an
nual Tournament Panama Marlin
Club Trophy. Also, "Rouble" may
rest in peace-now. It is not tnai
he died catching the fish, but he
wm. receive a upoayear at jvoam
Mattress and two pillows from the
tiooayear Agencies.
Second largest sailiish: Im Impounds
pounds Impounds caught by Captain Vernon
O. Adams irom his boat, the Wah
Capt. Adams will be presented
$25 in cash by the Gill Bus Lines.
AH Tournament participants have.
tneir hats o.f to capt. Adams, his
boat is a 20-feet open cockpit
cruiser and to make a trip such
as he did takes real couraec. Cant.
Adams is expected by be recover
ed from his sunburn in time lor
the presentation ot awards.
Third largest sailftsh: 130-lb.
caughty by Mr. Louis Kadock from
the Malda on 27-lb. Test line.
Kadock will receive a Delux Coca
Cola Cooler, courtesy of Coca Co Cola
la Cola Bottling Company and a $35
letter of credit lrom Crawford
Agencies for the largest fish in
the SO-lb. test line classification.
Fourth largest sailiish: There
were three (3) anglers tied at
129 pounds. They will split a case
of Scotch Whickey donated by Na National"
tional" National" Distillery and vie via high
card for a Carib- spinning rod, do donated
nated donated by Abernathy Sporting
Goods Store. The anglers are: Mrs.
Ruth Tortorici from the Caiman,
M-Sfit. Dan Foskey, from the J
3778, and Charles Southwell
from the Huskie.
Largest fish caught by a lady
angler: The 129-pound sailiish
caught by Mrs. Ruth Tortorici,
fishing from- the' Caiman wina the
Canal Zone, Police Lodge $25 cash
prize. ,-:
Largest fish in 20-lb. line class:
Charles Southwell, with his 129
pound sailiish catch will tike the
paeon home in the lorm of a 10
bound ham from Swiit. Inc .,
Second largest fish oy a lady
angler: Mrs. .Leslie Adams wun a
119-pound Sailiish caught lrom
the Flying Scott will win a cigar cigarette
ette cigarette lighter and case jointly do donated
nated donated by Lewis Service and Mor Morrisons.
risons. Morrisons. ... .. V
Third, "largest
fish by a i Ladj'
angler
Mrs. Lena Burchett with
a 113-faoUnd' SaOfish caught fro
the Nola will be given, the wojks
at the oeauty saion, Arturo s. a
permanent wave U the1 order vfor
the day,
Largest dolphin: A 45-pound
dolphin caught by Dr. C. B. Hewitt,
fishings from the Viking wins a
Cuckoo Clock lrom Bob Worslyes.
Largest tuna: A new Panama
Bay record was set by Dr. William
Bailey who caught a 118-pound
tuna from the Caiman. Mauricio
Sporting Goods Store will accord accordingly
ingly accordingly present a trophy signifying
Dr. Bailey's accomplishment.
Largest, amber jack: James Slo Slover
ver Slover with a 40-pound amber jack
BUSINESS, WOMEN'S
BOWLING LEAGUE

Teams WL
Maxims 21 9
Balboa Beer 18 12
Ancon Grille and Bar 16 14
Glidden Paints. 16 14
Copa 15 15
Mountain Dew "13 17
Piatf 12 18
Trans. Baxters 8 21
Maxims 3
Ancon Grill and Bar 0

The Cocktail princesses of the
Maxims establishment, shoved a a-side
side a-side another aspiring opponent who
challenged their right to be in first
place. This week it was the
Maids of the Ancon Grille and
Bar.
In the first game, Bea Lom-
broia rolled a 185 scratch and
that helped immensely because
the Maxims won it by only ten
pins. This was too close for com
fort, so the Maxims princesses
took the next one by 50 pins, and
then they again relaxed but still
came put by 25 pina.l .
The gals who celebrated good
sight were Alice Pierce 517, Fran Francis
cis Francis Jones 540 and Bea Lombrola
586."For the Ancon Bar and GriUe
maids it was Liz Buston and Bet Betty
ty Betty Coleman that served the most
pins., ljz carried away aus ana
Betty 514. -,'.;. ,-..- v ; -yy
. .. - f
Balbsr Bwr J Mountain Dew
These opposing damsels put on
rio snortine type of a match
and although the Balboa Beerettes
downed the Mountain Dew ladies
three to zro, with a break
or there' ana ine results
could
have been the other way around.
The first score sheet showed the
Brewerettes with a 15 pin advan advan-taee.
taee. advan-taee. In the second chapter it was
even closer,' only nine pins; and
in the so-home game lt was 17
pinds, all in favor of the Balboa
Beers. If they paid .off in the

, 5 -yOi

tailor: CUi.hwu smcie.ii

Skin Diving
Around The Isthmus

By Sub
Thworld Tecord' tnook weigh
ed. 50V4 pounds and wjs taken Ui
1944 at the (iatun apiuway
W. Anderson. This is lUit g e
snook but there are b igger one.
in 1952. 1 was skin diving in Gat-
,,n snillwav and saw a snooK tnai
would easily have tipped the
scales at seventy-five pounds. Th is
was not remarkable at that time,
as there were an sons 01
u.u ..;ns thms liters Twen-
Hall
ty and thirty pound snook were to
oe seen iJV"u" 1 u
dous tarpon rolled porpoise fash-
ion in the middle wi"''""'.,.
In those days me iaiun
way
Was a Iisnerman y""
wins
CaU?"l 'Tmm th TahiU
8 ClSaieiic .ua
Jewelry Store.
Last Marlin paught in the tour tournament:
nament: tournament: Pete Trotorici with his
.h marlin will -be present-
ed with 500 assorted plastic freez
er bags by rrouucios nui,
S. A..
BOAT PRIZES
- Most poundage of marlin cauglit
by one boat: The Nautilus with
five marliii weighing a toatal of
1522 pounds wins two (2) boat
chairs fitted with fishing rod gim gim-bals
bals gim-bals donated by George F. Novey
and Sons.
Largest beak fish on Nov.
Flying Scott with' a 647-pound
marlin two (2) cases of motor oil
fi-nm IT.SSfY
.l arffMt beak fish on Nov. 5:
Nautilus with a 402-pound marlin
wina two (2). cases of motor oil
fromotaco.,', ?. ...U
, Largest bak lish ott Nov. f.'
Chi Chi with a 3Q0-pound marlin
wlna two (2) cases of motor oil
frona RPM, California.
Largest beak fish on Nov. 7:
Nautiius i with 645-pound marlin
wins two (2) cases of motor oil
irom union uu company.
T.arffnst hak fish on NOV. 8
fieri with a 129-Dound marlin
wins five(5) callons of motor oil
from Mobile.
The above prize listing does not
include cash orizes listing. Cash
prizes from tournament proceeds
will be presented at tne tourna
ment oanquei.
scratch division, the Mountain
Dews would have won all three.
but since this is a handicap
leaeue the only consolation the
Mountain Dews had was their self
satisfaction.
Ruth Daniel and B. J. Nelson,
brewed the most trouble against
the Mountain Dew because Ruth
had a 532 and B. J. 546. Four
Mountain dewdrops, donated good
gamvS to the losing cause, &va
Stinson 318, Joanne Doyle 504, Reg Reg-Hicks
Hicks Reg-Hicks 530.
Gllddtrt Pilrrts 2 Pfaff 1
Pfaff Sewing Circle sewed up
the first game quits easily, but
then the paints began to glisten
and applied two winning markers
in the Credit Column of Myron
Fisher's Glidden Paints. This win winning
ning winning effort on part of Glidden's,
and with the Ancon Barmaids
dropping three has tied these two
teams for third place.
Four shades of Glidden Faints
stook out. Grace Moskowtiz ap applied
plied applied the first coat with 503. Then
Loretta put on the second coat,
with 533. Still not satisfied with
the finish, Anita Serna brushed on
a 528. and as a finishing coat.
Kitty Van Ernst sprayed on 517.
Only two of the Sewing Circle of
Pfaffs, were on the beam. Marge
Rodgers 51Z, and Susie Christian
son 511.
Caps 2 Baxters 1
The Copa Air Hostesses took off
with the first two games, but then
moyinr tali to put a halt to loa-
inc efforts and it paid off divi

mm

r it m sjpi rs

bereldends by the Baxters winning the

Jist point.
For the charmine Cocas stew
ardesses Helen Winkler stood out
with 548. For Baxters Helen Mia
tin with 506 was also a solo in
her team's roster who went over
the live grand mark. The short short-end
end short-end for the Baxters Bushed them
'deeper into the cellar.

- Mariner

and skin diving was a brand new
sport. The Tarpon Club did a
thriving business, furnishing their
members with fishing equipment
and offering a good lunch at the
middle of the day for the excited
fishermen. The fishermen resent-
ed the skin divers who came and
went with monotonous regularity,
but they did nothing about them.
Now,, skin diving is firmly estab established
lished established at the Gatim Spillway and
the fishing is terrible.
As a skin diver, I must defend
the skin divers, but any defense
I can offer will be inadequate. The
reasons why skin divers insist on
fishing in the Spillway are as fol follows:
lows: follows:
1
The location is easily access-
ible,
2. It provides an excellent train
ing ground for the novice.
3. It's fun to swim in the strong
current and few, if any, predatory
fish are to be found there.
The first two reasons are suf
ficient, it would appear to me, to
justify the continued use of the
spillway by skin divers, however
one glaring fact stands against it.
The skin divers have chased the
fish out of the area. There can be
no dispute concerning this. The
only fish which approach the a
pron, now, are those "little ones"
which are too dumb to know bet
ter. The large fish population has
moved out I
. A new regulation states that skin
divers are to proceed to a point
400 yards from the spill and fish
from this point downstream. This
regulation baa no teeth in it
and usually verbal warnings are
administered to akin divers who
are- found in the restricted area,,
i Frankly, I think a 300 yard
prohibited xono weuld be suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to protect the angler and
' still furnish the. skin d Ivors
some spert. If the spillway,
which is one of the greatest
fishing spots In Central Ameri
ca, is not te fade Into oblivion,
the following suggestions should
bo carried out:
1. A law should be inaugurated
and enforced prohibiting skin div diving
ing diving within 300 yards of the spill.
The area should be posted to a a-void
void a-void misunderstandings.
2. Regulations covering the area
from a point 300 yards from the
soil, to a point 1000 yards down
river should prohibit the follow
ing:
a. Skin Diving with any artifi artificial
cial artificial breathing device.
b. The use of gas guns or under underwater
water underwater guns using gunpowder.
c. The use of rafts or any float floating
ing floating device which will constitute
and aid in catching large fish.
3. All skin diving clubs should
acquaint their members with the
situation and pledge cooperation
with local authorities.
4. AH fishermen should report
violators to the local authorities.
I feel confident that with the
adoption of the protective mea measures
sures measures outlined here, the 300 yards
of water from the apron to. the
skin-diving area will soon be hea heavily;
vily; heavily; populated with fish once a a-gam.
gam. a-gam. I sincerely hope that this
problem in conservation can be
solved to the satisfaction of all
concerned, and look forward to
the day that anglers and skin div divers
ers divers will exchange greetings at the
Gatun Spillway.
Bill Scofield. president of the
El Panama Skin Diving Club, -is
back on the Isthmus and presided
over last wee s meeting. Three
new members were voted into
the club and a great many sub
jects were discussed. If was de
cided that all members who own owned
ed owned artificial breathing devices
would be required to pass an abi
lity test prior to being allowed to
use this equipment on club trips.
Included in the subjects discuss discussed
ed discussed were the following projects:
xne emergency diving team.
The member training prosram.
The Intra -' Club, spearfishing
competition.
A proposed photography contest.
Affiliation with International
Spearfishinc Organizations.
The meeting was considerably
more Interestlng-'thsn most and
ended with group discussions of
the weekend trips which, included
a trip to Sao Bias and another to
the inner Pacific Bay.
Did you knew that the larg largest
est largest edible fish taken by a skim
diver in Panema water war a
fawflsh weighing 34 pounds?
This fish was taken at "X"
bwey at the Canal channel by
Jerry Coffey of Cambee, Canal,
Zone. He was w a e r I n g no
breathing apparatus at the time.
The latest rumor is that the fish
ire becinnine to rome into the
bay and school mener snappers
have been seen. Vallcdolid island
promises to be this week's hot
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA)- No fewer
than 53 of the 99 plavers taken to
camp hy National Basketball As Association
sociation Association cluba come from inde
pendent schools, the majority in
the East. Only six are out of the
Big Ten. : : t
This must be the answer to
where best basketball is played.
Several years ago Pepper Wil
son, then beating tne drums for
Dayton University, took a survey
lio determine which schools played
the toueher schedules. It devel
oped that, based on weekly rat ratines,
ines, ratines, four colleges with no con
ference ties, Dayton Duques.ne
Philadelphia La Salle and Villa Villa-nova,
nova, Villa-nova, played the rougher sche-
ules through the years.
By necessity, the independents
book more diversified and harder
schedules. Round renins in ma
jor conferences more often than
not enn a member team against
! comparatively weak opposition.
With rare exceptuns Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky and more recently North Ca Carolina,
rolina, Carolina, for example basketball is
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football is played.
On the other hand, basketball
costing much less to put on, is
lush business for ths idependents,
most of which have nc football.
They work year-round on the
round ball game and the good
school kid who wants to play it
well in college automatically goes
to places stressing basketball,
Thus while La Salle. Brooklyn
St. John's, Manhattan. Seton Hall,
St. iBonaventure, Niagara, D e
Paul, St. Francis of Pennsylva Pennsylvania,
nia, Pennsylvania, Duquesne, St. Lr.uis Universi University,
ty, University, San Francisco anil Santa Cla Clara,
ra, Clara, to name schools that come to
mind offhand, are not represented
powers.
Generally speaking, profession
al coaches find athletes commg
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fensively defensively and not diversified e-
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require an all-round Eame.
This is especially true of the
Western Conference, so mighty
in football but notoriously sloppy
defensively in basketball.
In 'contrast, coaches of inde independent
pendent independent schools watch the pros,
play a diversified game and turn
our combatants better rounded in
fundamentals who find it much
easier to mesh with team play.
Start with the incomparable Bosr
ton Celtics.. Bob Cousy, the match matchless
less matchless ball handler, and Tom Hein Hein-sohn
sohn Hein-sohn reported from Holy Cross,
Bill Rusell from San Francisco.
Tom Gola, generally considered
the greatest active- player of the
game, attended La Salle. Out of
the Army shortly, Gola again will
put the PhiladeKia Warrios in
the thick of things as he did when
they won it all in his freshman
year. (Jeorge MiKan, the ail-time
great, was developed by Bay Me Meyer
yer Meyer at De Paul.
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you'll find that the lads from the

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Big League Owners To Hold
Annaul 'Bargain Basement
Day' Dec. 2 In Colorado

NEW YORK, Nov. 14 (UP) -Big
League clubowners hold their an annual
nual annual '"bargain basement day" on
Dec. 2 at Colorado Springs, Colo.,
when they study a list of Minor
Leagues that ranges from "octo "octogenarian"
genarian" "octogenarian" Satchel Paige to Nippy
Jones, a real live World Series he hero
ro hero of 1957.
The rummage sale, better known
as the annual draft, is a feature of
the -Major League meetings. For
as little as $2,000 or as much as
$15,f)00. an pwner can, take the
chance that his choice will blos-
oni into a star. Few; choices do
but (the owner don t stop trying..
Baseball commissioner Ford
Frick, who supervises the draw drawing,'
ing,' drawing,' announced that players select selected
ed selected from the open classification will
go for $15,000. Triple K players
are available for $10,000, double
A for $7,500; Class A for $6,000,
Class B for $4000, Class C for $2,
500 and Class O for $2,000. Most
of the players selected come from
the top two brackets.
The Washington Senators will
get first pick, at befits their
eighth-place standing in the A A-merican
merican A-merican League, followed by the
Pittsburgh Pirates, the eighth
place National League team. The
world champion Milwaukee
Braves have the 14th choice.
Paige, the great old Negro Ditch
er, is available for $10,000. Also up
lor graDS is anotner durable et
Meany Gels McGavin
To Handle Cleanup
for Textile Union
s
WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 (UP)-
AFL-CIO President George Meany

today appointed his special .assist .assistant,
ant, .assistant, Peter J. McGavin, to super supervise
vise supervise the cleanup campaign of the
United Textile Workers Union.
Both the Textile Workers and the
Bakery Workers Union have been
warned by the AFL-CIO Executive
Council that they face suspension
from the federation if they fail to
replace officers accused of corrup corruption.
tion. corruption. To comply with the AFL CIO
ultimatum, the Textile Workers
Executive Board has accepted the
resignation of President Anthony
Valente and Secretary Treasurer
Lloyd Klenert. Both were accused
- bv the council of niisuing union
funds.
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feept a monitor named by Meany
to direct other reforms. McGavin
'will make a report on the progress
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tui me cleanup 10 uie r l-viu ex-

Jecutrve Council at its meeting in
Atlantic City, N.J.. on Dec. 4.
Because of the union's attempts
'fto clean its own house, Meany
.said there would be no move to

jexoei me lexuie corners at ine
eAFL-CIO convention in Atlantic
Cihr next month.
Th ffts1rr TTninn Will hnlH an

' 'executive board meeting today
j,and tomorrow to consider the
(council's demand that it oust Pres President
ident President James G. Cross.

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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 Porras 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, everithing new.
Call Tel. 2-28833-1318.
FOR RENT: Wilcox Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. Park's Front, New Cris- I
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630. Tel. 877. Colon
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment $50. Via Porras No. 101.
Phona 3-2568.
FOR RENT: Independent fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, living, dining
room, 2 bedroom, stove, refrige refrigerator.
rator. refrigerator. Bella Vista 43-64.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished
apartment. Two bedrooms. All
modern conveniences. Excellent
neighborhood. Call Panama 3 3-1
1 3-1 650 during office hours.
eran Saul (Sleepy Time) Rogovin,
once a 14-game winner for the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox. Jones, the "shoe "shoe-shine
shine "shoe-shine hero" of the Braves' fourth fourth-fiame
fiame fourth-fiame victorv in tho WnrM Korioc
is another "bargain" at $10,OOo!
ne s usieo. as an eligible for draft
with Wichita of the American As Association.
sociation. Association. Scanning the list, the Ttitr r.encm
executives find many a chap who
only a few years ago went for per perhaps
haps perhaps $100,000 such as Paul Pet Pet-Jtvjpneof
Jtvjpneof Pet-Jtvjpneof ..the early super bonus
gabies, now eligible for draft at
taa.uuo wits i-os Angeles of the
Pacific Pnact i9iu, rd f:t -r
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eligibles also includes such bonus
babies as Frank Leja ($10,000
from the New Vnrle Vnl..i r
John Bruce Swango, who was paid
me uaiumore Orioles,
only to discover he couldn't pitch
in front of crowds.
Others available from the open
classification P. C. L. include:
Connie Grob, the Senators' No. 1
choice last year; ex -Dodger
pitcher Clarence (Bud) Podbiel Podbiel-an,
an, Podbiel-an, former Cardinal hot shot
third-baseman Eddie Kazak and
ex-Redleg Grady Hatton.
Available for $10,000 are such
familiar names as Cletis Boyer,
Harry Chiti, Chet Nichols, Ray
Noble and Jack nitfmor mv,-...
. umu
names are Sam Mele, Karl Spoo-
mci, xvaui aancnez, Carl Scheib,
Rockv Ne'snn. T.nn Ifrotu,., ai c:
- ni tDl-
ma and player managers Harry
vine mu waixer, uick Sisler and
Lou Klein.
Sports Briefs
A S SIGN SCOUTS
KANSAS CITY, MO. (UP)
Lloyd Christopher ot San Francis Francisco
co Francisco and Bob Kline of Powell, Ohio,
have been signed as full-time
scouts by the Kansas City Ath Athletics.
letics. Athletics. RUTGERS COACH ILL
PRINCETON. N.I 'tTP PnH
Coach Matthew Bolter will serve
as acting head loorbali coach for
Furters University Saturday
against William and Marv Cn)pop
while head coach Jobr Stiegman
is in Princeton Hospital for ob observation
servation observation for symptoms of pneu
monia.
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Automobiles
FOR SALE: By Point Four.
1951 Willys Station Wagon,
four wheel drive. See Mr. Cour Cour-ville,
ville, Cour-ville, Anriguo Colegio Miramar,
termination of Ave. Balboa.
9:00 to 11:00 a.m. November
13-15.
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FOR SALE. 1955 Plymouth
Belvedere, station wagon, fully
equipped. $1650. Quarry
Heights 2209.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 2-door,
6-cyl.f good tires, radio and
heater, standard shift, excellent
condition, $750. Apt. 0277-A,
Gamboa. Phone 6430.
FOR SLE: 1956 Chevrolet
Coupe, radio, wiw tires, like
new. Phone 1719, 752 Colon.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet Vl
ton pick-up truck V-8, long bed,
watherproof top, radio. Call Ho Hotel
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FOR SALE: For $500 1951
Oldsmobile 88 Sedan. Excellent
condition. Phone Panama 3 3-0526
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155 Central Ave.
SAN JOSE EXCURSION
Nov. 28 Dec. 1
All Expense Tour for $65.00
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Carbine Williams
Agrees To Support
Estranged Wife
FAYETTEVILLE (UP Weal Wealthy
thy Wealthy ex-convict gun inventor David
Marshall (Carbine) Williams has
agreed to a financial settlement
with his estranged wife who ac accused
cused accused him of making her live
like a sharecropper for 40 years.
Williams invented the automatic
carbine, credited with giving the
Allies superior sma I arms fire firepower
power firepower in World War II, while
serving a prison term for killing
a rural police officer during a
liquor raid.
In the suit, settled out of court
here Tuesday, Mrs. Maggie Cook
Williams accused her husband of
"habitual" drunkenness and
charged that he had refused to
provide "anything but the meager
necessities of life" since their mar marriage
riage marriage in 1918. The couple sepa sepa-rateri
rateri sepa-rateri in August.
Williams, a big robust man with
shaggy red hair and a fondness
for flashy belt buckles and cow cowboy
boy cowboy boots, agreed to pay his wife
$1,500 every three nionlhs and to
buy her a new house and a new
car.
Mrs. Williams charged in the
suit filed in Cumberland County
Superior Court .that her husband
received in excess of $50,000 an annually
nually annually in royalties on his inven invention
tion invention but refused Jo spend any
money to improve their standard
of living. ..' 1
She said he preferred to live in
the same ramshackle, frame
house, "better suited to tenants,"
where they began married life, j
Williams Invented the automatic
carbine at Central Prrson in
Raleigh, N. C, while serving a
term for the slaying of a deputy
sheriff during" a raid on a moon-:
shine whisky still operated by
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: 12 GA. Shotguns,
New Fox Double $55.00. Used
Winchester $36.00. New Sell
Portable .Sewing $45.00. Patio
leather furniture Green $25.00.
Excellent Cabinet 24x48x96
Plate Mirror 26x36. Bal. 4455.
FOR SALE: Deluxe GE automa automatic
tic automatic clothes washer, like new,
$100. Phone 86-3143.
FOR SALE: 912 eu. ft. West West-inghouse
inghouse West-inghouse refrigerator; four sets
Vertikal blinds, 54" wide. Call
Balboa 3416 or 0432-L, Fran Fran-gipani
gipani Fran-gipani St.
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Then ry 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; Va hp.
washing machine motor, 25 cy cycles.
cles. cycles. Call Ft. Clayton 87-6186.
FOR SALE. Winter coats, lady's
Camels hair sixe 14, $35.00.
Man's Englis gabardine, sixe 42,
$25.00, like new. Phone 2-4206
Balboa.
FOR SALE Bendix Economat
washer, very good condition. Tel.
86-3202. Albrook.
FOR SALE: 24 cycle refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator $50.00; metal chest, $8.00;
metal bufet, $10.00; desk,
$15.00; steamer trunk, 5.00;
wicker chairs, $4.00; Lionel train
accessories; boy's books; child's
bicycle; other furnishings. House
5155 Diablo; phone Balboa
4250; 4-6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Television 1956
model, like new. Console type.
Call 3-1638 after 8:00 p.m.
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Rain Squalls Lash
Gulf Coast In Wake
Of Small Tornadoes
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NEW ORLEANS'. Nov. 14 fUP
Severe rain squalls lashed sec sections
tions sections of Louisiana and Mississippi
today in the wake of scattered tor tornadoes.
nadoes. tornadoes. A large portion of the
Gulf Coast was alerted for pos possible
sible possible flooding.
There appeared to be no further
danger, of twisters, the New Or Orleans
leans Orleans weather bureau reported,
but parts of Mississippi and Ala Alabama
bama Alabama were warned of impending
severe thunderstorms and hleh
winds.
I No deaths or injuries were re
ported in Louisiana .but several
sections reDorted cnnsiderahlp In.
cal damage.
The Weather Bureau said the
squall line was expected to swing
early today through an area ex extending
tending extending along the coast as far as
nonnwest f iorida.
Storms moved into southwest
Mississippi last night and early to today.
day. today. At Natchez Mis minuet.
er seeped into the Mississippi Val
ley ua co. s une ana Knocked off
ail service to the city. Officials
said thev hoDeri tn rlpar
trouble late today.
An express dus en route from
Houston, Tex., to Baton Rouge, La.
le t the hiehwav npar nnolnncoc
La., during a locally severe storm
last night. The 30 passengers, none
of theni hurt,- were picked up by
a school bus and taken to the O-
peiousas bus station.
Las! Ocean-Hopping
Navaho Missile
Fired Successfully
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Nov.
14 (UP) An ocean-hoopine Nava
ho missile, apparently the last of
its type, gave a thunderous "swan
song" performance today in a
flight out over the Atlantic.
The firing of ,the needle-nosed
projectile from the secret Air
Force test center here was
believed the last one int he Nava
ho project. The Air Force c a n n-celled
celled n-celled its contract with North
American Aviation, Inc., for pro production
duction production of the 1,900-TrrHes-an-hour
missile last July.
The Defense Department in
Washington confirmed that the
cancelled Navaho was fired but
did not disclose the reason for the
test. The launching apparently was
successful.
The Navaho fired at 12:28 p.m.
today was one of t h o s e re remaining
maining remaining on the "stockpile" when
the Air Force contract with North Northern
ern Northern was cancelled. One Navaho
was fired on Sept. 18 and at the
time it was believer) that one
was the last in the missile base
supply. .
The bright projectile, an inter intercontinental
continental intercontinental missile, vdth 3,000-mile
range, took off on a thrust of
liquid propelled rocket and
cruised about three times are
speed of sound on two ram-jet en engines.
gines. engines. Its roar as H thrust sky skyward
ward skyward and then curved in a south southeasterly
easterly southeasterly direction over-the missile
tracking range could be heard
along the nearby bearb commo commo-nities
nities commo-nities on the Florida east' coast.
The Navabe) flies within- the
earth's atmosphere in contrast

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FOR SAL!: burner apart apartment
ment apartment sixe gas steve, almost new.
Best offer, call Curundu 4175.
For the best Club-Plan, consult
PANAMA RADIO CORPORA CORPORATION.
TION. CORPORATION. Central Avenue 7th No.
9 13. Phone -3364.
FOR SALE: Dinin; room set, 4
chairs,, small buffet $50. Phone
3-5494.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1953 Vespa Mo Mo-torscooter,
torscooter, Mo-torscooter, recent motor tab.
Good general condition. Call Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 4174.
TALKS PROGRESSING
CAIRO (UP) Anglo-Egyptian
financial negotiations in Rome are
progressing "although differences
of viewpoints still exist," the
EevDtian. Finance Ministry said
today. A ministry spokesman said
Hassan Zaki, chief of the Egyptian
delegation, received fresh instruc instructions
tions instructions Tuesday from Finance Min Minister
ister Minister Abdel Kaysoiini. The negoti
ations deal with financial prob
lems resulting from the Suez crisis
last year.

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THAT TOUCH ROONEY BOY-Shados of Andy Hardy! Can
this ratta-tat-lat lough guy be Mickey Roonoy? Yep, he's as
mean as a Mickey Finn in the title role in "Baby Face Nelson,"";
That's the forthcoming Mm story of 1984's Public Enemy No.
who was reputed to have killed 50 people in a 120-day reign -,
of terror. '

Shining Satellite Suggested
. As Christmas Space Specialty

WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 (UP)
A rocket scientist proposed today
that Americans chip m to buy a
glow-in-the-dark satellite which
would shine over earth as a "sym
bol of peace and gooil will during
the Christmas season.
The sueeestion came from Dr.
S. Fred Singer, university of
Maryland astrophysicist, who said
he got the- idea Iron. John Mc-
Connell, BakersviUe JN.C, weekly
newspaper publisher.
Singer said the satellite, which
would glow like a Christmas tree
bulb in the night sky would cost
about $2,000 while the rocket to
launch it would cost about one
million dollars.
He proposed that the project be
financed by public contributions
and that it be coupled with a new
program of aid to under privileg privileged
ed privileged people all over the world.
"Buy Food Packages"
"If the government insists on
paying lor the rocket," the scien scientist
tist scientist added, "we could use the
money to buy food packages for
people everywhere."
Singer and Mi Connell, co co-publisher
publisher co-publisher of the Toe Valley View,
discussed the proposal at a Ro Rotary
tary Rotary Club lunch. McConnell first
advanced the idea, in an editorial
GASOLINE PRICES CUT
LONDON (UP) Britain'i ma major
jor major petroleum companies cut gaso gasoline
line gasoline prices today for the lixth
time in a year. The reduction
amounted only to three farthings
(three-fourths of cent) and still
left the prices higher than they
were before the Sux blockade last
year. Standard car fuel now costs
66 cents i gallon.
with ballistic missiles which climb
out of the atmosphere and plum plummet
met plummet back through it at about 21
times the speed of found. ;
The red and whits lew altitude
projectile has been described as
similar to the lCBM but different
in that its performance was not
comparable to the larger missiles.

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I I Domestic Employment
i
WANTED: Experienced house housekeeper,,
keeper,, housekeeper,, cook and laundress for
medium sixe family. Salary to
match ability. Must sleep in. Ap Apply
ply Apply with references to 45th St.
No. 3. after 6 p.m.
WANTED TO BY: 6 cylinder
Chevrolet, Mercury or Ford 1952
1953 two doors. Roosevelt Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. Box Nor 212 Octavio, hours
7-8, 30, 13-15, 18-19, 30.
WANTED: Two days wrk a
week for my competent maid.
Phone 2-1803 ofter 5.
WANTED TO RENT: 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom house, in Cangrejo, Bella
Vista area, responsible American
family. Tel. 2-1266.
WANTED: Maid, general
houseworks, live in, one child,
English speaking, references.
Call 3-7755.
Dogs
FOR SALE: For Christmas.
Wire Hair Terrier Puppies. A. k
C. registered. Phone Navy 2407.
f 1 M
o
in his newspaper tfter Russia
launched its Sputnik.
Singer enthusiastically endorsed
- .I. -ii
it, saying il puis an us scteu- i
tists to shame;"
"It's a wonderful idea and I
hope it will be done," Singer said.
McConnell said he had dis
cussed the proposal with Fref1 -ir
E. Fox, special assistant to
dent Eisenhower, but did nr
whether he had been gi
active encouragement.
"An Enthusiastic Res;
'He did, however, get "an t.
siastic response" from Sen. Sam
J. Ervin Jr. (D-N C McConnell
said. He said he also discussed his
plan with Rep. Charles Raper
Jonas (R-N C) who ljked it, too.
He said he had' no .clear idei
how to organize hrs project in the
limited time left before Christmas
and thought it wuuld be a fine
thing if the Rotary Club took it up.
Singer said a glowing satellite
that could be seen all over the
world was "quite feasible techni technically."
cally." technically." He said its orbit around
earth need not be as high as that
of scientific satellites because it
would only need to ta?t a week or
two during the Christmas season.
. AUTHOR HONORED
. PARIS (UP) Japanese au authoress
thoress authoress Mrs. Kikou Yamata had
the distinction today of being the
first woman, of her country to be
named a Knight of the lgion of i
Honor by France. Mrs. Yamata,
who has translated info French
and published her numerous works
on Japanese folklore. -was award awarded
ed awarded the honor Tuesday for her con contribution
tribution contribution to national education.
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ALTAMONT, HI. (UP Otto
Mall has again found a' place in
the sun but he had to wreck his
car to do it. Mall's sunglasses.
missing for more than a yearJ
were found under the seat of his
car when ha traded it in after a
recent accident. ;

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has immediate employment open openings
ings openings fr the following positions:
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tant, Accountant, Office Manager with Ae-v,
counting or Traffic Experience,
Executive Secretary, Parsons ap applying
plying applying for these positions must'
b between" the ages of 30 and
45, have perfect knowledge of
Spanish and English, and no less
than six years experience in' the
v positions here advertised. Appli Applicants
cants Applicants for these positions must
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sitions positions to Bo.: 536, Colon, -R.P.
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er cruiser "Viveca", Mo.. 1060 with
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lent Excellent condition. For further infor information
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versity University inNew York. The 21-year-old native pi. Peru, whose
'full nam? is "Ollantay Suarez y SaHuaraura Tito Atauchi
Yaurak de Arissa Ttito Condemayta, Inca XXVI, is the last
male descendant of the ancient Incas 'who once ruled Peru.
The "kippo," or knotted rape he's holding is used by Indians
of the country. He's at the university on a State Department
scholarship. The most appealing American commodity for him?

u.:, women.

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fur of his five-week-old kitten "Puddy-tat," which had gotten
itself sealed up inside a new pressure tank in Pete's Kansas
City, Kan., shop. Martin noticed the kitten was missing after
welding on the head of the 12-by-4-foot tank. Fortunately, the
specifications called for a three-inch opening through which
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p3 BRUCE C. GLENN', from the Caribbean Forces Network, Is shown interviewing members
of 4.he Inter-Amerjcan Defense Board durin? an onentation vioit of the board to the USAB USAB-"CA&IB
"CA&IB USAB-"CA&IB Schpol, Fort Guhck, yesterday. Interviewed for broadcast over CFN were Gen. Le Lemuel:
muel: Lemuel: C. Shepherd. Jr., chairman of the Inter-American Defense Board, Lt. Gen. Julio Alber-

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uguay:
Board

Th rolt of tt U. S.'Army
Ckrlbbtan Sehol hd USAF
SihMl. for Latin Amrie. in
Aramoting hamipharic aolidan-
- ty wat lauded by visiting
ambar .fftha Intar-Amanean
' Dtfans Btmrd yaaHrday, fol-
Uwint a fur tit tha tcheel at
-Wrt Culick and Albraak Air
foraa$a. r1-'
'4leh. Lemuel C.': Shepherd Jr.,
USMC-board Chairman,, as well
mi armed fjwtei represeirtatives
a frdm: Argentina, Braiil; and Uru Uruguay'
guay' Uruguay' described the' schools' work
as; a vahiabla instrument in cre cre-atiflg
atiflg cre-atiflg unity1 among the Americas.
Jhe .gfoup "arrived pntle?AtlB pntle?AtlB-tie,
tie, pntle?AtlB-tie, side by special train and was
s ireeted by? an ,4ionor' guard Com Composed
posed Composed of tatm- America marines
. irom CblomM;;'Veneiuela and Ni Ni-cSfagua
cSfagua Ni-cSfagua currently enrolled at the
, Arm?, schoei:,-
'One of ithe unusual aspects of
the visit'war- that GenT Shepherd
' took time" out to. inspect persona 1-
ly and speak to all members of
tha honor guard. ,:
The' bqard represent stives ex extended
tended extended greetings from their coun-
tries to officials of the U.S. Army
Caribbean as well as to students
and instructors at I the Army
chool. .
. The party was bneed on, the
" Army school's misssiomby LtTCol.
Jtobert H. Townsend, assistant
" commandant. They then toured
. the school's signal section, automo automo-tiv
tiv automo-tiv section and; military police
section and interviewed many stu-
( denial. : ..
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f tha .Isthmus; fha Beard
lunched at Alb rook' Offictr'a
Ctub.'i.They than spent tha H H-trnoon
trnoon H-trnoon at th Caribbean A i r
Command's USAF Seheol for
' Uatin America.
At Briefing given by Lt. Col.
Frank B; Rinn, the school's Com Com-undant,
undant, Com-undant, the distinguished group
ofvisitors were told of the impor important;'
tant;' important;' role the school is playing in
' itandardizing the many tech tech-IiiBues
IiiBues tech-IiiBues and procedures common a a-nuing
nuing a-nuing the Au- Force of the Ameri Americas.
cas. Americas. Rihn exDla'med the school's 18

, ccSuses and objectives: During the
' mre than 10 years o' operation,
it'hai graduated over 3,000 stu stu-eleiits
eleiits stu-eleiits from 17 Latin American
countries.
. Student flow charts and future
taxabilities were also explained to
' Shepherd and hi group.
Ther panel then toured the
' eehools, acilities including the ra ra-dte.
dte. ra-dte. maintenance, fabrication and
i sersonal eauioment sections.

. The last stop for the afternoori.j

, .was made, at tne jet test ceil.
: Here the panel observed a jet
engine being put through the test
procedure prior to installing it in
- auxraft. ,''-..V"
, During ah" Clnterv4ew with re-
presentetlves' el the Caribbean
: -Forte Network, Shepherd said
" that while the defense beard is
, strictly a planning organisation,
, ha felt that a close J I a I s e n
. heu1f be maintained with the
'we schools. ;
. iTff further this, he said, "be-
ginning "next month we are send sending
ing sending down ficers rpm the staff
to visit these schools for a week
at a-time, and become familiar

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GEN. LEMUEL C. SHEPHERD, Jr., chairman of the Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Defense Board (left), inspects one of the members
of the Latin American marine honor guard which met him
upon his arrival at the USARCARIB School at Fort Gulick
yesterday. Col. Gines Perez, the school commandant (center)
and Lt. Chytlva of Colombia, who was the officer in charge
of the special honor guard, accompany the general on his
inspection. (U.S. Armed Forces Photo)

with training procedures and in instructions
structions instructions so they can be includ included
ed included in our p'ans in Washington."
"I think this is one of the
greatest media for promoting soli solidarity
darity solidarity and standardization of
training that exists today," Shep Shepherd
herd Shepherd continued. "I am tremendous tremendously
ly tremendously impressed with the progress
and accomp'ishments of the orga organizations."
nizations." organizations." Thirty four members of the
board, representing IS different
countries, were in the group
which departed e.srly today for
Lima, Peru.
The common aims and interests
of the Central and South Ameri American
can American countries were frequently ex expressed
pressed expressed during the conference.
Maj. Gen. Jose A. Cortese, of the
Army of Uruguay, emphasized
that no other states are as unified
in their espirt de corps, their
morals and morale as are the
stater of the Americas. He said
that this unity, in a commmon be belief
lief belief is based von firm ideals which
will be kept 'or the luture.
Lt. Gen. Julio Alberto Lagos,
Argentine Army, mentioned Simon
Bolivar and other heroes who
"fought for the liberty we have
here.", and said he felt that North
and South Americans alike owe
tbem a debt.
"Schools such as these which
he'p train our personnel, unify us
and contribute greatly towards our
solidarity," he said.
Maj. Gen. A. V. Mascarenhas,
Brazilian Air Force, commented
that instruction carried on at the
schools should be known by all
Latin- American countries. He
suggested that since it would be
difficult to obtain liaison with
each of the nations, it might be
possible for the Inter American
Defense Board to coordinate so tie
Ot the ideas iostered through the
scbooi. -;.
Shepherd exp'ained t h a t the
board is an organization compos
ed of military and naval repre
sent i Lives ot the 21 American re
public, which was organised in
19(2. lis mission is to- prepare

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(U.S. Armed Forces Photo;
p'ans for defense of the western
hemisphere and promote solidari solidarity
ty solidarity among member nations.
During the past year, he Mid,
the most important project was
a complete rewrite of the general
military plan for .defense of the
Americas.
Queried on why he believes co cooperation
operation cooperation between the Americas
has been success ul and lasting.
Shepherd mentioned "the same i i-deals
deals i-deals of freedom, democracy, u u-nity
nity u-nity of thought and effort. We all
believe in equal fights of man."
re said, "and these principles a a-lone
lone a-lone ere su'ficient to make us
strive towards the same object object-tive."
tive." object-tive." IT WILL SHOCK
YOU OUT OF
YOUR SEAT!
Una
Eva Marie aint
Don Murray
Anthony Franciosa
Lloyd Nolan
Buddy Adler
Omdel if ';
Fred Zinncmann
ScrtMftUf If
Michael Vincente Gazzo
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Girls 13, Boys 9

f Thirteen girls and nine boys
were born at Goraas Hospital
duirng the period ending at mid mid-nieht
nieht mid-nieht Nov. 11.' according to th e
regular hospital report During the
same period, 206 patents were ao
mittpdnnri 198 were discharged.
t The names and addresses of the
parents of the girl habies follow:
Sfp. and Mrs. A. llara. of Fort
Clavton: Mr. and Mrs. E. Dedeno,
nf Thilihre: Mr. and Mrs, C. Me-
neses. 01 Paraiso: Lt. .ana rars
J D. Harrover. of Poit Clayton;
Alf onH Mrs ft. Lui. of BatDOa
Lt. and MrsA F. B. Plencner, of
Vnrt r.lavton: Mr-and Mrs. G. A
Tankman, of Panama City; Mr
and Mrs F. Sanford. of Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs. A. Torres,
nf natrthrta- Mr: and Mrs. A. R
Rnrrorn of curundu : Mr and
Mrs. A. N. Plothikofi, of Panama
riv- Mr and Mrs. A. D. Gassa
uav' of Farfan: and Mr and
tin r a Henrv. uf Cocoli.
Boy babies were born to the fol
lowing: Sp3 ana airs. r. u. w
tpr of Panama City: Mrs. and
Mn S E Maszczak of Cocoli;
ns anri Mrs M. B. Kenyon, of
Panama Titv: M-Sfit. and MrS.J
J Trapp, of Albrook- Mr and
Mrs. H. Richards, ot Panama Ci
ty; Sp3 and Mrs. W. K. wiener wiener-enn
enn wiener-enn nf Panama Citv Mr. and
Mrs. D E. "Olson, of Cocoli; Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Cook, of Cocoli;
and S-Sgt. and Mrs. T. R. Pasa Pasa-mante,
mante, Pasa-mante, of Panama
Marine Is Guilty
Of Beafiha Prisoner
'n Haw Rase Briq
YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Ja-
oan. Nov. 14 (UF) a u. o.
Navy court martial today con convicted
victed convicted one marine of maltreating
prisoners at the Sasebo Naval
Base bri and acqu'tted another.
Cdr. Joseph A. Eddins, Rose Rose-dale,
dale, Rose-dale, Miss., sitting as a pmvman
summary court, found Cpl. Glenn
W. Fredericks guilty of beating
Jeffrey T. Cahee, 21, of Roanoke,
LFredericks, 21, of Anchorage, A A-laska,
laska, A-laska, was sentenced to 14 days
hard labor and reduction to priv private.
ate. private. He is due to be discharged
next month.
Acquitted by the same court was
Cpl, Dayton D, Dierkson, 21, St.
Lawrence, S.D. Dierkson was freed
when the one complaining witness
withdrew' his statement that the
marine slapped him while he was
confined to the Sasebo brig.
The marines are the first, of 16
former guards at the naval prison
accused of brutality ana maltreat maltreatment
ment maltreatment of prisoners.
Six of the marines faced sum summary
mary summary couft-martial; eight go be before
fore before special courts martial on
more serious charges; nd two are
to be tried by general courts-martial.
Nicaraqua To Hold
3 Plot Suspects
In Senarate Jails
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Nov. 14
(UP) The goveinment an announced
nounced announced today that three' civilians
arrested in connection with the
recently-reported plot to over overthrow
throw overthrow the government will be
confined in separate- prisons.
Enrioue Callejas, will be! sent to
Ometepe Island, Luis Cardenal
will be confined at E) Bluff and
Ricardo Orue will go fb St.
Thomas Chontales.
The three are the only civilians
known to have been linked to the
alleged conspiracy.
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documents belonging te Mr.
Carl L. Moline lost in the
vicnity of El Chorrlllo near
Swift & Co. Please return If:
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series of nationwide appearances
designed to bolster public self -confidence
in the shadow of Russia's
Sputniks, anncared 1 here as Dart
of Oklahoma s semi-centennial as
state. .,-'' i
Inmediately after his speech in
Ft. Bragg Soldiers
Drop Smo Bombs;
4
YORK. Pa.. Nov t 14 St UP) Four
explosions in different sections of
downtown York last Sunday morn morning
ing morning were caused by smoke bombs
dropped from a moving automo-
rule by three soldiers from Fort
Bragg, N.C., authorities learned
today.
Col. J. K. Watts, provost mar
sh? 11 at the (North Carolina base.
told Detective Capt. Martin L.
Avis that one of the explosives
was dropped in front ot the home
of Samuel S. Lewis a former
lieutenant governor of Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. Police notified Fort Braeg au
thorities after several, persons said
they overheard two soldiers dis
cussin? the bomb tossing incident,
And after a policeman stopped an
automobile for a traffic violation
and noticed packages marked Fort
Bragg.' v .--..'.,.,.; h
Col. Watts said one cf three sol
diers at. the base, v-ho .spent last
weekend in York admitted drop dropping
ping dropping two of the bombs and impli implicated
cated implicated two companions, Statements
are being obtained from tae other
two. ;.. v: .i.;'.
Avis said a charge of malicious
mischief by explosives will be filed
by civil authorities here against
the, soldier, while action against
his companions will, hinge on the
contents of their statements.
Four boys were ki'led last 'Aug.
10 in the explosion of an anti-tank
rocket which also came from Fort
Bragg.

Babs Hutton Back In Stafes
With Handsome Young Escort

NEW YORK, Nov. 11 (UP) Bar Barbara
bara Barbara Hutton arried here today
from Europe with j a handsome
young escort but slie denied that
she intended to divorce, her sixth
husband, Baron Gottfried Von
Cramm.
The five-and-dime; heiress re returned
turned returned aboard the "liner United
States on her 45th birthday m the
company of 30-year-old Philip
Van Rensselaer, scion o" a wealthy
New York famry. Kumor mat van
Rensselaer was slated to become
Miss Hutton's seventh husband
had preceded them.1
"It is not true, Miss Jutton said
at a press conference in tne uner s
observation lounge. "I can not af afford
ford afford to travel with a chaririing
young man without ali this talk
starting. It's embarrassing to
him.'
Van Bensseler, an ex-model and
a wouid-De autnor saio tne ru rumors
mors rumors were "ridiculous" in view
of Miss Hutton's present marital
status. He said thev bad come
back on the same ship "just for
company." and Mis Hutton added
that they had known each other
for 15 years. ,t
"We thought it would be nice,"
Miss Hutton said. "Other people
Udo it." .r
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happily married to her noble tennis-star
husband. She raid she was
en route to Cuernavaca. Mexico,
Havana Cops Crab
Dozen On Charges
Of Pmb Planting
HAVANA, Nov. II (VP Police Police-announced
announced Police-announced today thry had arrested
12 persons, including a 17-year-old
high school student, on charges
of planting the 17 bombs thaf in
jured six persons here Friday.
- The announcement said sixty
sticks of dynamite, eight bombs,
five .38-caliber pistols nd a quan quantity
tity quantity of subversive propaganda
were found in the possession of
the prisoners. .., ,? ;
A police spokesman said USe dy dynamiters
namiters dynamiters acted on orders from
ousted ex-President Ctrlos Prio,
who now lives in Miami.-Fla.
He said the bomVng attack here
j apparently was lirked with tke
rebel threat to-destroy 'he sugar
crop mainrtsy of Tuba's economy
unity me government., sraniea
opposition demands.

spentjing. this
nation.
up
the auditorium to, an audience of
more than 6,000 persons, the Pres
ident raced back-to Washington
during the night by air to preside
this morning at his second meeting
this week. v
The President, while forecasting
markedly nigner spending lor ae
tense in his Oklahoma City speeech,
pledged his. administration to ev
ery possime economy 10 current
f ederal costs in areas less impor
tant than security and scientific
r uevement. i ".
He said, -however, that he had
come te the "clear conclusion'
Ships, Aircraft
Still Scan Pacific
For Sfrafocruiser
' HONOLULU. Nov. 14 -(UP):
Nineteen ships and lb aircraft
scanned an ocean area larger than
Texas today in. a continuing. search
for pdssible survivors of a Pan
American Stratocru:ser which van
ished ; live days ago with 44 per
sons aboard.
? Despite the daily rising edds
asainst 'linding any of the 36 pas
sengers and eight crewmen alive;
searcher refused to give up. v
- There ts still a chance for sur
vival," said Rear Adm. Nell' K.
Dietrich; cflmmander of the
Hawaiian Sea Frontier. The officer
said air and sea temperatures had
been balmy since the plane? van'
Ished last Triday and there was
were alive' if they managed' t
board liferafts1.
The searching ships, led by the
carrier Philippine Sea, were oper-
aiing in uiauiieu pimciii tu
sweep d6wnthe plane's last known
course like a line of game, beaters
m: a hunt.
Overhead were 15 land-based
lanes j and 41 planes and helicop
ters from the carrier.
not for. a divorce but to oversee
the completion of a house she is
building there. She said t Von
Cramm would join rer there in
February.
The Woolworth heiress was ge genial
nial genial and radiante despite a hack hacking
ing hacking cough. She described today as
"the nicest birthday i ever had"
and said she was looking forward
to seeing her son. Lance Haug-witz-Reventlow,
here.
"This is one day I though I would
never enjoy she said. "No one
likes to become 45. Bui I'm very
happy;" f w

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that seme civilian programe ef
the j gevernment, "while desir
able, age net absolutely etsen.
tial'' end rebably would have
to go, under the weight ef satel satel-Jites,
Jites, satel-Jites, missiles, dispersing the
Strategic Air Command to addi additional,
tional, additional, bases end ether mounting'
-security costs. 'H.:- "i
v" Eisenhower said eravelv that re
duction of Federal, civilian pro programs
grams programs "will be one, of the hardest
and most distasteful tasks that
the coming 1 session of Congresss
must lace."
He said the answer toeconomie
needed to meet mounting defense
uemanas aia not lie; in cutting his
Mutual Security program of eco economic
nomic economic and- military foreign, aid
: These proerams. he said maiia
it more possible, more economical
ana more ttective to maintain ;
system of collective security. v ',
Eisenhower said it also would be
a misiaae io cut costs hv t"anv
misguided attempt"', to eliminate
conventional military forces and
,im va auuon..
This course would be complete
Iy Self defeating "- h r
The Chief Executive, expressed
fht hope that Russia ultimately
would cooperate, with the West in
seeding peace with justice. v -Until
there is concrete cviAnoa
pf such cooperation and. a cessa
tion ,01 tnreats from the Commu-mst-
orbit, he said this country
woum have to maintain a mighty
MILAN. Italy fUPV,-. Fiv. rr.
Sons ; burned to death Tuesday
night, at nearbyjMelegnano when
the eta tank nf n.nim,t.
blflded iind set fire to a farm
house. Authorities said the blast
occurred when farmer Angelo
Agazzi, 41, used a lighted candle
to look Into the engine of his cycle.
The explosion ignited 'the house
Which was. Butted.. Firemen fmmH
five charred bodies in the debris.
OXYGEN EXPLODES
ASHEVILLE. N.C. fUPI An.
elderly, hospital patient" was criti-'l
cauy nurned Tuesday night when
he apparently struck ; a' match un.
der his oxygen tent. Hospital otti'
cials identified the man as Luther
Brazil, 71, who was under treat
ment for pneumonia and a heart
ailment.

jomorrow Friday, af 9:00 a.m.
Inauguration of the Alden's Store
- Tomorrow Friday at 9:00 mn. the modern new store
Aldens will be inaugurated. This store Is situated on Cen Central
tral Central Avenue near the Caja de Ahorros and is provided with
an excellent system of air conditioned and aU kinds of
: comfort for the clients. - K
' The duality of the merchandise Offered by Aldens and
the fantastic prices of this store are the best guarantee
of its success.
Aldens will have a complete Department of fashions
- for girls, junlorg and misses, and will also have a special
department for children, with every kind of toys.

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PaP news-PaP today reviewed in its "New
Acts ? column an t act caUed "sput "sput-mk,
mk, "sput-mk, II and Co."
It classified the act as "aerialist
with dog" and said it ran 90 min.
utes. Its location Variety gave as
"Cyclorama Outer Space, Cos Cosmos."
mos." Cosmos." ''This Is a 'copy "act,". Variety
said. "A flashy added attraction
and plenty fast at 90 minutes, full
stage,- the turn is ,a natural at attention"
tention" attention" -getter and again demon demonstrates;
strates; demonstrates; the Moscow booking of office's
fice's office's ability to get the show, on
the Toad. .
- "It's -the addition- f the trained
pooch which gave Sputnik II add added
ed added kid; and family trade, -appeal. ,1
Meantime, the boolang office says
it has other 1 novelties in ra.
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24 hours ending t in today,
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(Inner harbors) 12
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