The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Let the people knoie the truth and the country i safe1 Abraham Lincoln,

Vd TEAR

PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1957

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FIVE CENTS

United Fund Agencies

Hospital
Asking: $2500
Needs community upport f

xtend Itf program w

hmsfIl:,M th. aentS

Uth a work incentiTe and with
l individual activities

tucb as games, sewtog and em em-Lidery
Lidery em-Lidery seaions, Ifoe menta ly

kfflioted; become mores ( wv

dji8it''ir,ind dollars buy sup-

K(or occultherapy

land recreations
h. purchase of mtoe"

(aceo, cookicb, v- -or
h patients. j v

I From last years -"
Idditiohal sewinr machine was

Vmiwhased lor mpw--

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heetion.
fe '

Fund Reaches

83,540 With

WeeksToGo

iw PanaV Zone United Fund

n oM fnnnpfl SH3.UUU ui n

lurch towards $134,000 ty my

ReachiiU. 62 l-z perceni k hi
rt0i with contributions totaling

nk rjA Ik Xamnoian if tfhintf lTltO

jt last two weeks.
I As of last night the breakdown

if contributions was:-

' Panama Canal uompany-ua
al Zona Government: $46,762

Army, Navy and Air Torcer $o,

56 64.

Special gifts: $10,421,92. L
Total- 183.540.90.

his proftress -was .good, but that

ne day's pay ,f arm everyone was

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ampaign was a success.

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Seems Over :

WASHTNATOfr; NoV. 15 (UP)-I

The government has eased up on

he anti-inflation brakes in a inove

hr indicates the biom m ovcr
The Federal, Reserve Board;1 ,fe
he- first reversal of its cherished

'tiaht-money" poitcjr. cut the dis-

jeount rate yesterday from 3V6 to
B oer cent at four of its member

JhsnkS.; The remaining eight banks

fare expected to follow suit short-

The move means that business

Wien, i would-be. nomeowners ana

tear buyers, and others probably
will be able to horrow more mon-

ley from banks easier -and cheap

lef.' It is an. attempt ly tne gov

ernment to -gee lie peopw buying

again. ' r-

Top -economists said"" lit New

York that the action indicates

that inflationary pressures in the

economy have eased. They saw
it also indicates that the boqra
has ended and that business acti activity
vity activity has begun to slow down,

The xovernihent had pursued a

ticht-money nolicy as s means of

holding -down tne inflationary spr spr-ral.
ral. spr-ral. But a spokesman said the
Reserve Board's action recogniz-

( that infliUoB now has eeased
. be the dominant factor in the

economy.'' k:

Dnvrnq Too Close

Costs Busman $15
.'"For following too. closely, a Par

namanian bus driver today was
: fined $13 in Salboa Magistrate's
Court.
- V
.- The. defendant,; David Nemb Nemb-hard,
hard, Nemb-hard, 39, pleaded guilty : to the
charge. His bus crashed into a
Station wagon in front of him.

causing about $50 damage to the

vehicle. ;
Nembhard was urivfag on Fran

ginani Street when the accident

occurred yesterday at J -30 p.m

New Supply

Of Flu Nix

Due Shortly

The second shipment of Asia

tic flu vaccine is expected to ar arrive
rive arrive in the Canal Zon? about
Dec. 15, U.S. Army Caribbean
medical officials announced 'this

week. '"r

While in' most dases the arriv

al of the .vaccine,; V(U1 be after
the four-week period prescribed

for the second Inoculation, no
one need be concerned since the

four -week interval ls,.the mini

mum time limit, not the maxi maximums
mums maximums The effects of the first
shot will not in any way be al

tered, medical officers said.

- In addition to the second shots

for dependents and civilian em-,
ployes, school" children over six
years of age will also receive the

second inoculation.

4 Due lo various reasons, many
dependents have not received
their first flu shot. They may

still do so at their post dispen
sary. j.

- JIours for the immunizations
are as follows: At Fort Amador,

detwndentsr may receive their
flD"hots Wednesdays from1 to

4 p.m.; at FortTtohbe, rrom (:au

to mis a.m. Mondays, Tues

days, Wednesdays.' and Fridays,
and. at Fort Clayton, Mondays

through Fridays from 7:30 .m
' Tjetiendents ofmlliUry person

nel at' vort. TDUlick. Fort Davis.

Coco SolltoJ.aad.vpiae",ieidi

may receive wtejr iirst t -.v

liu shot onMenaay'ovs.

from 1 to 5,p.ni; at the fore Gu
lick Dlspensaryv i'
Reli?ck$ Will:
Bb Paid Hon-Zonians

Al Old Dispensary

Sti

it.'$:

VISITORS

A GA I N

Pacific side alien cash relief

checks for non-residents it the
Canal Zone, .will be delivered and
Cashed on pay day only at the old
Ancon 'Dispensary building, ef

fective Nov, 29, it; has been an announced
nounced announced by v the "Treasurer's Of Office.:
fice.: Office.: M-.;'," (u,

Previously, these checks Were

delivered by the post offices ra
th' Pacific side. V

Service will be rendered form

8 a.m. until 4:15 p.m. at the Dis-,
penSary Building on pay day only

until the transfer of the Treasury
Branch to the Dispensary Build-

in in tne near future.

Those who do not obtain deli

ver 1 and ca'sh their checks on

Aliea Cash -Relief pay day,, may
obtain them after pay day at the

Treasurer's Otnce in Building 51
42. Diablo Heiehts.

Included In this change of lo

cation for delivery are checks here

tofore mailed to non-residents at

Gamboa, Paraiso, Diablo Heights,

Balboa Heiehts. and Balboa nost

otiices.

Alien Cash .Relief receoient list

ed as residents of the Can! Zone

will continue to receive their checks

at their mailing address.

Tnis -month, pay day will fall

on Nov. 29 Jind in December, alien

cash relief pay day will be on Dee.

DAY

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Miros Defense

WHICH, CLASS lfIR?T?Mrs. Barry. JJenealy jfonder,hlch.

oi ner-sons -classes sne snouw .attend jirstv as rgn' arrives aw : -i

Armor) Ki-hnnl "nit.h hfri-'tir.'-af honl rfori-oht,irH Vprrv nri Priii '."TW ilT'S Mt 'Wflltlf TTplmo

Jul the background) Roeer Michel, superintendent o.tbAvj 'work, which ift -beto? displayed -n the blackboard, td. hen

t school canbe.seen coming-to" her rescue,- ?J mother Mrs. Helmer E," Simons. Heimo. is ln second' grade 'at

Team Springs
No Big Surprises

Defense representatives of nonchalant alleged ma ma-chinegun
chinegun ma-chinegun assassin Ruben O. Miro had been addressing
the Remon trial jury for an entire day by the midday recess
today, but there still had been none of the sensational
"naming of names" which Miro has so often promised.
The self-possessed, sharp-witted defendant has vari variously
ously variously promised eagerly-awaited disclosures "at the proper
time" and "at the end of the trial." He spent many hours
giving the jury his most recent version o events at Juan"
Franco race track on the fatal night of Jan. 2, 1955.l Now
his legal representatives have had equal opportunity to
make the Mird-promised revelations, and have likewise,
passed it up. .uj
If the trial is ever going to yield big disclosures from
the Miro defense team, the only "proper time" remain-
ing will also be "the end of the trial" in final addresses
by his spokesman' and. his attorney, which will follow, the
prosecution's final addresses and.thas presumably run no
risk of rebuttal. ; ) ; ;
Defense attorney Ramon Palacros did contend today
that there was nojjroof in the records of. the case that
Miro had'eommitted any crime. He also told the jury that
information favoring Miro M hiS'six"co-defenjants has 9

jome sucn eviaence, rcttauqi sou.

Gorgas, Coco Solo; Palo Seco

To Hold Open House Sunday

oto

.72nd Session ;

GENEVA, SwHierlanl; t?oV. 15
UP U.S-. Ambassador TJ. Alexis
Johnson and Chinese Communist
envoy Wang Ping-nan net for one

hour here today in the TCnd session

f their marathon jierotiations.

The meeting, was the shortest

held since Johnson and Wang be began
gan began their negotiation on the re release
lease release of Americans held in Com

munist Chios more than two years
ago. ;
: 172.069,000 :
WASHTNQTON1, Nor. .IS ( VT)
The U.S. population hrs Increased
14 per cent since Wi and stood at
172.0fi9.0O0 on Oct 1, the Census
Bureau reported today. ,
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Towed Barge Hit

In Cristobal Port

There, was only"-sligltt damage
reported yeaterday to u IUlian
freighter, the Elettra Fassion, aft after
er after she- itruck a oares being tow towed
ed towed by t Panama Canal tug in
Cristobal narbor, '
. - v '....,
The collision of the T.Olg-gross
ton frieghter with the barge oc occurred
curred occurred on the east side of the Ca Canal
nal Canal channel yesterday at 4 n.m.

during a heavy rainstorm. -.

The ship, which was carrymf a

cargo of 10,000 tons of soy beans,
had just started out of the an anchorage
chorage anchorage when the accident occur occurred.
red. occurred. -. , -

A board of inquiry meets this
afternoon to investigate the coiii-

sion. The Italian ship tied, up at
the Industrial Division for tempor temporary
ary temporary repairs before eoo turning on
br way today. She is bound for

Yokohama fronr New Orleans, wj

1 be tug Culebra fmLnued her

trip out to sra with th barge.
Its purpose was for-the bareei

to dump material j

Gorgas and Coco Sob Hospitals

and the Palo Seco fceprosanum

will hold Open Housef Siinday in
observance1 of Hospital Pay in the
Canal Zone.

The day's events will be high

lighted by a brief but impressive

program being planned at uorgas

Hospital in nonor ot wi msuiu msuiu-tuin's
tuin's msuiu-tuin's 75th birthday.

This nroeram will held at 9 O'

clock in the reception room of the

Admitting otnce and win De fol

lowed by conducted tours ot me

installation.

Gov. W. E. Potter will give a

brief -commemorative message for

the diamond jubilee of Gorgas

Hospital. Presiding at the cere
monies Will be Col. Norman H

Wiley, Hospital Director. The Go

vernor will be introduced Dy ou
Charles O. Bruce. Health Direc

tor..
A feature of the program will
M the, presentation of the Gor Gorges
ges Gorges Hospital commemorative
tamp which is being issued by
the Canal Zone Postal Service Service-on
on Service-on Hospital Day. Th presenta presentation
tion presentation will be made by Hnry L.
Donovan. Civil Affairs Director.

After the close of the formal

program, visitors will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by hospital -staff person
npl'nn tnur nf the hnanital''

The conducted tours will In Include
clude Include the Surgical Service, Sler

ile Supply Section; Physiothera-

phy, Radiology; Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat Clinic; Emergency
Rooms;- and Food Service Building.
Open House for the- -general

public on the Atlantic' side is plan-j

31 Negro Soldiers

Wed To Germans

Won't Go To Texas

BAD KREUZNACH. Germanv

(UP) Thirty-one Negro soldiers
who have married. German girls
will not accompany the 2nd Arm

ored Division to Texas when it be

gins its move Saturday, a division

weeks-ago when the division first
learned it was being moved to Ft,
Hood, 65 miles from Austin.

"All of those told Indicated they

desired to be transferred from the

division," he said. He added that
no Army regulations or division

rules prevent .their wives from ac accompanying
companying accompanying them to the United

States- or Texas.

'We were informed from uti

the line' on the situation In regard
to the Texas laws and felt that

we had better plan for that even

uality," he said. "We called, m
the soldiers and explained the sit-

natio to them. Their decision was

entirely roluntax7., ..

ned at Coco Solo from 9 "until 11

o'clock Sunday morning. Coffee

will be served in the Red Cross
Room and the hospital staff will
conduct tours of the hospital.
yPalo Seco Leprosarium will hold
Open House from 2 until 4 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. The ceremc
hies there will begin with the pre presentation
sentation presentation of Safety Awards to
five employes of the hospital- The
awards wiU be made by the Health
Director.
Conducted tours of the lepro leprosarium
sarium leprosarium are planned for visitors
during Open House hours.
Volunteers Pester
Pentagon Wanting
To Man Satellite
WASHINGTON (UP)-The Unit United
ed United States mav not have anv satel

lites aloft vet but it has tilenrv

of volunteers ready to climb

aboard them.

The Pentagon and Naval Re-

Search Laboratory headauar-

jers-or satellite project Vanguard

-j-saKU today they have received
dozens of letters and ohone calls

irom would-be space explorers.

. tven rremier Nikolai Bulganm
said in Moscow he has received

a-letter from two American eirls

who want to be apace pioneers,
even if they have to ride a Red
moon. .

A Vanguard spokesman ,said a

man calling himself "a crasy

Irishman" telephones every other

day. to offer bis services as a
spa centra veler.

'He- says he wants to get npl

in a satellite so he can shoot down
the Russian Sputniks," the spokes spokesman
man spokesman said. - i
"I keep telling him the-satellite
is only 20 inches wide and he
keeps insisting he Is very small
and hell go on a diet." ; .r-
A 13-year old Georgia boy ap apparently
parently apparently somewhat more hefty
wrote to the Pentagon he is ready
to hop aboard a satellite if it is
made larger.
A South Carolina airmarf wrote
simply to Secretary of Defense!
Neil H. alcElroy: "I'd like to be
the first man to embark on so
great an adventure in other
space." v v -;-.v.?
The Vanguard spokesman iaid
none of the people who haS Con Contacted
tacted Contacted the Naval Research Labor Laboratory,
atory, Laboratory, about becoming spacemen
has asked for pay of any kind.
"They just want to go a quick

ly as possible,- he said.

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CLASS PROBLEM Woody Chase follows an arithmetic prob problem
lem problem in the third grade at Ancon Elementary School, while his
mother kibitzes. Today was Visitors'' Day for the grade schools
in the Canal Zone. (Photos: Jean Bailey)

fy extracted from the recotds'

Palacios also told a' story to today
day today of unusual goings-on one
midnight at the now-dCmolished

Juan Franco racetrack, scene of
the machinegun assassination of

President Jose Itemon.
In what the defense attorney
described as "something like a,
witch's ceremony," Miro was ta taken
ken taken to the track, made to -sit in
a crepe-drape,d chair, while
then-Chief Justice Jose M. Vas Vas-quez
quez Vas-quez Diaz i n t errogated him
speaking like "a voice from be beyond
yond beyond the grave."
? Miro, according to Palacios,
out this uncommon ceremony
short by telling Vasquez Diaz
flatly that he had nothing to do
with the operation, i
, He added that When Miro

started to make a retraction of

his original confession before
the members of the National As Assembly's
sembly's Assembly's investigating commit committee,
tee, committee, who were present at the cer ceremony,
emony, ceremony, Vasquez Diaz interrupt interrupted
ed interrupted by saying that he did not
need any other statement from
the alleged triggerman because

he had his first one Jn which
he had admitted to the assassination.

Palacios said he wanted to

know why the clothes of the oth

er men killed along with the

President were not brought in
to court as evidence.

He said the clothes of the late
Danilo Sousa. who was shot and

killed by a different-sized bullet

i ,ni ,i in i,,'r'''.jT'.V ;X

FIRST GRADER'S. FAMn.t

Mr." and Mrs. John Ostoskl. Baby brother Rodney is one

tended Visitors' Day at Ancon. xiementary school today,
another first grad- ; J

-Gary' Ostoskl shows his first grade reading book to hi, parent

or tne many smauer iry, wno -In
the foreground. 1 tarry Quintel

eeh illegal-'

from the one which klllect the --others,
others, --others, would have established '
whether he was shot at point- V
Wank range or not ;
(There have been veiled Sag- v1"
gestions that Sousa died by s
National Guard bullet after the
assassination.) i tis-: ,f V
Palacios said the nuthorl- -ties
ignored his request for an
examination of the natoi rar

in which Sousa was allegedly
taken to the hospital. It Is said
' that Sousa was Injured but a-;
live when he was placed In the
vehicle. '
Miro's defense lawyer also em
phasized that there are soma 200
serious discrepancies in the rmnJ

ords of the case;: grounds suffi

cient ior the defense to file suit
for a mistrial. .
He added that it wa. renil

Panamanian justice" which waa
on trial, rather than th w

fendants. ,....
Palacios also listed a mirnhn-

of other defense requests which

were ignorea:
1. The Supreme Court was ask-5

ed to delay the demolition

Juan Franco racetrack until

reconstruction of the crime ixmld
be carried out. Nothlnsrl was

done te halt the demolition, Pa Palacios
lacios Palacios said.

2. The defense requested a re

running of the route taken by
Miro and Hyams on the night of
the assassination at around T
p.m. on. a night similar to the
Sunday on which the assassina assassination
tion assassination took place. Instead, the
court ordered the rerun for 9 1
a.m. one morning with neither
Hyams nor Miro. present.
3. The defense requested that;
all the eyewitnesses and partici-;
pants should be present during
the reconstruction of the crime
with persons of the same build,
and size substituting for the.
victims; add that It be held at
night, It was held in the day-i
time with only the lawyers and

the investigators present, Palay

cios saia -
Palacios ventured that the :
(Continued on rare 12)
Colon Bomberos j
Collecting Toys
For Christmas ;
From' tomorrow through NbV.- 2L;
the Association of Volunteer Non-t

Commissioned Officer of the

Cuerpe de Bomberos of Colon are
conducting a drive to collect1 old
toys and clothes for,, the Christ-
mas. needy of Colon. t
The Cristobal Fire District fi
the Canal Zone Fire Division is
assisting the Bomheros in t h 1 r
worthy project by mating their.
Cre stations available e coUecUoo.
points, or picking up' eny does-,'
uons from residents of Margarita
or Gatun pon reque..
- Residents are requested 'le rail

3-1X2 for Margarita or S-MS for

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THE FANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEW$PAFEB
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1957

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

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gTHIS a TOUH FORUM THE READERS CWN COLUMN
5
6 The Mail lea it an span forum for readers af The "aaama American,
blatters are .received1 gratefully ana ara handled in a wholly confidential

. J . l. t It tft Jabmi u ft Ik a

w ir yaw nimnan a reiror n iupjutm su
Mt day Latfara ara published in lha etder received.
Plana rry ra keep I ha letten limited to ana' page length.
2 Idantrry of Nttttr write ra it hald in atrleteit eonfldeiiee
Tela eewipaper auumee aa reapenilbillty for etatements ar opinions
ypreMd la lattari frwm readers.

Labor iews
And
Comment

By VICTOR RIESIL

1.4"

THE MAIL BOX

corgas Staff changes

a sir
fit
One of the topics of Commissary talk Is Gorgas Hospital
- -.-j ...L-.i tt. nrnir;n. Bar-emu rndi amnlov ran do About It.

f-j have always been proud of Gorgas Hospital and gratetul for
the high caliber of medical care that Is available to my family.
Si for one intend to ask for a full-scale investigation of the prob--
lem by contacting my Congressman at Washington level.
I think that a few people are building an empire to feather
: their own nests. I recah one emplpye of the Health Bureau who
- received a $300 incentive award for his work on the budget. That
ii,Hir i. th umr tndMt that abolished a position. Adminls-

tratlve Officer, that had been in existence for 50 years. The last
man to fill the uositton. A. E. Schuler. received many outstand-

s'lng awards in hi, 28 years of government service. He was an

asset to UOrK&S nosuimi ana a menu i aiijwire vxv "v"v"-i

' Information alwut how to do something in the hospital or in

the Panama Canal.

" That budget also established the position of Assistant Dlrec Dlrec-tor.
tor. Dlrec-tor. A man come to Gorgas with no government hospital serv serv-'
' serv-' ice. Would civilian enterprise kick out a faithful employe with
' 28 yeart service who was qualified to do the Job and had been
( i riointT it. fnr the cast three vears to hire a boy who has no inter-

tst in Gorgas Hospital except as a stepping stone for bigger and
; better things for himself? u
That same budget pays the salary of a newly-established
; tmattinn .lierl HosDitai Administrative Resident. Can the Health

Bureau Justify this expenditure of funds when they are trying to

.economize?
J That same budget also established a position for a Hospital
J Honspicpprjer. It seems that this work could be done by the ln-

, dividual department supervisors. The establishing of this posi-

' tlon was the brainchild of the new Assistant uirector, so me
I story goes.
- That same budget established the ration cost at slightly over
! $1 per patient day. This might be one of the reasons why that

w Mr. Parker, the man in charge of the kitchen was let go. witn
!only one dollar to feeo the patients with it is obvious why his
services were not' too satisfactory. There are many complaints
on the food at Gorgas but you cant expect too much for a dol dol-ilar
ilar dol-ilar these days. x
I understood that the Assistant Director has Just returned
""from the States where he attended a conference on hospital ad ad-iminlstratlon.
iminlstratlon. ad-iminlstratlon. Tlie trip was paid for and by the Panama canal
f Company with money that came out of the allotment marked
Gorgas Hospital. Was this trip in the best interests of economy?
Another question that needs answering is who decided that
Dr. Newport' was no longer valuable to the Panama Canal Com Com-'"'rjanva
'"'rjanva Com-'"'rjanva la there no loncer anything; here in the Zone to be aller-

' gle to? I understand that there is an Army Medical Officer now
attached to Qorgas who Is doing a fine job with his own Job
r. and also the Job oi the; allergist, but what happens when his
tMi m nH hi nixrYr r1nfirtt. knnnf anvt.hlnor ahoilt allpr.

mtf problema? I guess it was necesiary to let loyal, 'conscientious

MAitu, A Hh.-i- i ,iiiuaiM jinn ii .Uf ai rm.rTmmmMm

Jcould have the uonfe

Just WoaderUif

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

It looks like winter here, with a cold north wind and a drlz

isle of rain, continuously for two days and no signs of a letup.
The cold streak followed through the Bio Grande and was a de de-Sfree
Sfree de-Sfree colder at Laredo than here.
m Hope it helps Bill Hasklns' asthma, as he is talking of tak tak-Jlns;
Jlns; tak-Jlns; off for higher land. It was around 40 all day yesterday, and

we got up IMS morning to una ooui ox our raaios aeaa. LiOOKe
ilke plenty of trouble for Frank today.
1' The country Is still lull of sparks and flying saucers and
thy can't catch them. Looks like everybody is trying to htt
tthe moon, and with a lot of artificial moons In the air they- don't

know which one they might hit. Russia claims they can destroy

y!us any tune, and we make tne same claim.
l I promised the whooping erane stamp and was informed
ey would not be out until the 22nd, so I put in an order for
3150. You will get plenty on my letters after they come. The
-birds are arriving late, and I fear they are lost. Twenty-six are
So far, only one reported arriving, and 12 more sighted
With two young. It also looks like a losing game with them.
5 I can't say so far that we are in for a hard depression but
It looks bad, with the government cutting down forces. It takes
? spending to make good times.
Joe Martin, Minority Leader, said there would be nothing
tat the Republicans to look for as they have already killed them them-;solvei,
;solvei, them-;solvei, and last week's elections back it up. Every time a Presi President
dent President asks the people to vote their way they lose, for the voters
Amr. arnainO s ha vn1j4 1hm i rrATA QarrlA n a vtrViAm TUsa aAnf Ana

z w avti.v vu "wj wa -w v trv tuwi wwuig do nucu dchv wii
of his cabinet members to Oregon to beat Wayne Morse. F.D.R

wUd the same and got left.
Hugh Robertson sent me some walnuts from California, and
Zl am sending him some pecans, my favorite nut. A big crop
(this year. Our 15-year-old tree produced only 19 last year, and
this year a gallon. Got an extra gallon from the tree next door,
- where the branch hangs over our fence.
This weather is helping my eyes, and I may be able to see
1 what I write.
- Until next week. ...
: 'Top" Wright

(This it tha aecorxi of two
columns an what i aaing di
cusaad in Wasrtington among ma
man who will prapjra and than
anact radar a I legislation, barn
of tha angar at rackataars who

hava imastad sections of Ama-
rican labor.)
Tne teiepnone in my Hunting'

ton, W. Va., hotel rooin jangied

last week. A literate voice soon

was explaining that tne caller was
a Justice Oi tne .Peace in a near

by city and that he had recently

been Heaved out ol jus union, at

tacked and warned not to make
a fight. He ran lor public ofiice
since he could no longer work at
his trade. He was elected. But he

is still lighting lor decent union'
ism.

1 ve gotten scores of such calls

in tne past months, in as manv

cuies, irom men wno ve -tried tu

.ignt back in that band at unions

manacied by musoe-men mas

querading as labor leaders. Tha

rebeis spend their time their

hearts or what's left of all these

calling newsmen, cailina honest

laoor leaders in otner unions, and

calling ineir congressman many

ui wnon. are roaring mad.

f Most of these lawmakers, are

conservatives who think that Pre

sident Eisenhower's proposals

uuumea m me iirsi ox uus series
ot two columns are too soft.
They want action, touch cation.

early in the new session of Con

gress. And they know exactly what

they want. La hoe courts, for ex example,
ample, example, are high on their agenda.

ineyre wonting this out now
behind the scenes. Thev want a

system oi labor courts to which

an employer can rush if he's hit

uy outlaw wildcat strikes nr vn

aumonzeo strikes called hv a

won aespite a no-strike contract.

ine Congressmen want thc

special courts to sit as emergency
judgment centers whereever

uteres Violence, dvnamirinir m...

picketing or any costly dispute dispute-regardless
regardless dispute-regardless of whethor th. uninn

or the employer is responsible.
These labor courts, in th wia

of the solons, would resemble the
special tax courts which

icuoiai juaiciary system.
The government created the tax
courts to take a load nff th. r.

gular judiciary.

lax cases, like labor arrnmantt

rf complex and need special know knowledge.
ledge. knowledge. The tax court judges, ap appointed
pointed appointed by the president, are spe specialists.
cialists. specialists. So would the labor court
judges be if this system is set up

0

"We Can't Let Anything Standi in the

Way of Progress

JF

Cut Down OnLes;,;Girls
By BOB RUARK ; ;! i' Vi v

A

I could kick myse.lt tor

iir this before,

not

thinking about this before, but

it took a young lieutenant sta

tioned at Lockbourne Air Force
Base to. jog the old skull..
"Thii is the second reduction

in forces this year," he .-writes.
"We may have to cut our lorces.

bit I cannot understand why the

women in the armed forces should

not be eliminated first before J

single solitary man is cut.
"Men in the services can be
used for anvthins that is asked

of them includine combat, which

is what armed forces are -supposed
to be for, ft is true that women

can ana do per.orm administrat

ive wore, out. they need sdditonal
...J Jilt x 'i.ii:- J. i t

public relations gimmick. Every)

Dooy.: uiougnc. up new, eute '; unll

torms ana; even cuter slogans!

iney: were; used a ktna of snap
py joke to boost morale at home

j suppose, ano also to oravinn

lew dates for the boys.

Me, i am tor the ladv warriora

all the- way. but this is onlv nrt

sonai. j wouia neaps ratner checli
in at the Administration wheri

pretty waves did the work than

oe snar eo at ny a hairy bosun'

mate turned part-time "yeoman

And in the hospital time, thera

never was a corpsman who could
encourage you to stay sick as long

as possipie as coma a pretty ooiJ

with a cool white hand ashing outl

and different facilities which cost ttk. old alcohol rub.

extra monev." -.:.:, I .- -t

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This is only part of what this
phalanx of Congressmen task.
They want to stall strikes. They
ballava they can accomplish this
by, Stettin ripaeial honf a
Wafvlka sacra ballotina amam

anion mombors bwfere thoir load
rs can legally call thorn out on
the picket line.

Many of them want a national
right to work law" which would
ban the union ahem nH m.u. u

mega! xor an employer to deduet
a man s dues frnm hi. n t-

lump delivery to the union head-

juariers eaen month.

ims proposal isn't eettin tha

puFpun many or tne conservat

lves tnougm it would. The odd
'a18 tnat 'Potmen for two
of America's giant corporations
tolk some government people a
few days ago that thair rnmnn

would fight sucha law. One of the

companies is in the auto field;

me uuici is in me steel industry
So, rather than set intn kt

tle over some legislative "what

m icauers oi uus grouD are

preparing a kind of "Transporta-

uuu aci wnien will aiiect onlv

t u . i. : i . J

uic irucjung inausiry. rne argu-

lucuL iicrc is inar rn nn,.m.

Court the Other riav mX h.

me xeamsters afetcted interstate
commerce. Therefore they can be
covered by special federal

Influential man in this group
argue that the issue is not Jim

norta and not whether ho final finally
ly finally takes tha Teamsters' presi presidency.
dency. presidency. They're asking, "After
Hoffa, what?"
Specifically, one of the nation's
most powerful lawmakers told a
collegue recently:
"We must integrate these rich
and influential organizations in into
to into our economy and our society."
Naturally the conservative are
asking whether labor's responsi responsible
ble responsible leaders, headed by the embat embattled
tled embattled George Meany, wijl fight
them. Well, the other day Meany
"...If the MeClellan Committ.

can come up with legislation which
can effectively help us safeguard
the interests of our members and
their finances, I don't know that
anyone will object. But if... they
(Congress; come in with right-to-work
laws, union hiiirin ...,.

then the labor movement will

sort of thing."

SAN FRANCISCO-Out of the

Clear blue the other day, Benja-

mino Buiano, California sculp

tor, received a telegram from Mos

cow. It read:

"We invite you to visit Moscow
as the guest of the Soviet Govern Government
ment Government to help promote an ex exchange
change exchange of art and culture. You
will be free to travel at will
through the Soviet Union. Please
contact the Soviet Embassy in

Washington to arrange travel de
tails."

the moon, and has stated public- States, .while American scientists

migui ueireiu nuin lauung witn

him.
Learning these facts, I telephon
ed O'Neill at the State Depart
mept,.

The telegram was signed by the

Russian committee for the Ex Exchange
change Exchange of Artists, Professors, and

Scientists, equivalent to th e

"People-to-People Friendsnp"

Committee appointed by President

cisennower.

Bufano has pioneered sculptur

ed art in stainless steel on th
West Coast.

His statue of St. Francis stands
in the North Beach Catholic

church: his statue of Sun Yat

sen in St. Mary's Square; and the

ban francisco Chronicle is pre

senting his statue of "Peace" to

the municipal airport.

Astutely, tpe Russian Govern

ment picked him for an all-expense
paid visit to Russia. Natural

ly, he accepted.

RED TAPE ANE CULTURE
Meanwhile, here is how people

to people friendship, announc

ed by Eisenhower at the Geneva

"summit" conference as the of

ficial policy of the United States,

is progressing in Washington.

Last April. Alvin Eurich of the

Ford Foundation, returning from

Russia on a survey of education.

was asked by the State Depart

ment to come to Waihinton for

conference.

While in i Washington. Eurich

asked Ambassador William Lacy,
in charge of Cultural Exchanges
behind the Iron Gurtain, to per

mit Prof. A. D. Alexandrov, head
of the University of Leningrad.

to come to Washington.

Alexandrov is probably the top

mathematical physicist in the
world. He is the Russian scientist

who is working on plans to reach

ly that it will be quite feasible to
place an observation platform

on the moon. 1
Lacy asked Eurich to write him
a letter, which Eurich- did on
May 20. In it he again told how
Professor Alexandrov desired to
come to the United States, and
outlined how such a visit could
benefit American scientists.
As of this writing, Eurich had
no reply to that letter. He did get

one telephone call from the State

Department in June.
"Do you know "what's" involved
in bringing Dr. Alexandrov to the
United States?" asked W. Paul
O'Neill, a., member, ,qf the State
Department Of ice n Cultural
Exchange. "Would yod be prepar prepared
ed prepared to meet him and accompany
him every place in the United
States?"
Eurich said that he would be

prepared to meet Alexandrov but
could not accompany him every
place in the United States' as he
had other commitments.
"Would you be prepared to have
a responsible person meet accom

pany him on any trainp"

liuricfi replied in the affirmat

ive.

May I then invite him?" Eu

rich asked.

He did hot remember an "Alex

androv and seemed complete'
ly vague regarding any applies

tion for his visit He said he would

have to look the matter up.

I also called Lacy. He did re

member Alexandrov,, but-he did

not recall tnat permission had
been asked for his entry into the
United States.
Thirty minutes after my ohone

call, however, O'Neill, got on the
telephone to Eurich in New York
to tell, him that Alexandrov was

now cordially invited to visit .the

urutea Mates

Note: Alexandrov visited Cana-

d last -month, but, unable to come

to the United States, went all

the way back to Russia.
ME R RV-GO-ROUND

i pat it u s cneese-paring econo

The boy may have been fl-ted!"4 th? Administration is seeking

by a WAC, but .he's said a mouth- ran Ly K? ... J""

lul. I do not rlunr.ot H,t fo. f'CH.jr uw-un pciuapa wh

mala k. w-ij "... .. could start with the nonessenti-

they recenOy have been kicking ma? ht fighUng, a lael
mit mov. ..?.u .uB night as well stand a typewriter!

toe in grade, but at ler8tnoThw'ltch. Remoyai of the Jady war4

recruits need be accepted. Mar- "r" H. "U1"B wecum
nisoo raMmn -j .rr' node the o fleers with transoor

UonV'wouirsoonare down the 1 tlon- but ls Pece'
?-JL cheaper 5L. 11 JL

iu Bvc uicm pro-raieo sever- j V it I!
ance pay and fold the whole

ration. V truiung. copywriters nappy, wares
I an enormous social success, drove
it cost a lot of iooti o run a an officer's car of so, and lookedl

separate organization for the real pretty around the military

sexes ranging irom quarters to j istallations. But they aren't realJ

messing to recreauonai arranger is necessary to an economy driver

mdrifs nine irrlf11ae 'unlirfe trahi. ejiinVi na ma Vi ia m4 ik aaawAni I

illtB tf1" jMVB MjAaaVOf TVUl- IDUlvll x o -wc iia C' SJt Ult IillIli6ULg

cles, and whatnot.

The fema'e services never were

necessary, in actual fact, with the

spurious inougn it De.
It'll be tough on the falsie in

dustry, i because I just read piecef

possible exception of the nursing, t e other day where a WAC corn-

corps, it was a wartime idea to jmandingv officer oredered her lad lad-"free
"free lad-"free the men for fighting over-lies to shape up, fly right, and fill
seas," as I recall, so that one good t lose blouses. t i
woman could replace one man From the picture I saw of

behind a desk. What actually hap- bass, she had already taken her
pened was that a lot of dames tn- orders, as any good of icer
went overseas while a lot of men should. The first thing the rnanj
stayed home. And the girls tar- tild me in indoctrination school

ried on, in many instances, after rvas that an officer should be able
the shotting stopped and had a t) do anything better than the
ball. troops, and this lass must have

Wacs and WaVes and Spars and i had the same done on the torn.

lady leathernecks was, of course, Irity side of the .harracks.

"Yes," said O'Neill. "But we are

not yet prepared to -issue a visa."

"Then I'm not going to embar

rass Dr. Alexandrov by inviting

him and having him wait for

visa wmch might not arnce." said

Eurich.

STATE DEPARTMENT FORGOT

He was so right. As of this week.

Dr. Alexandrov had not received

the visa and had not been invited.

This despite the fact tha Alex Alexandrov
androv Alexandrov had shown Eurich the
Russian cyclotron nd everything
else in the University of Lenin
gtad laboratories.
Furthermore, since R u s si a
seems to be far ahead of us in
developing the sputnik and otbei
means of space travel,' it would
appear that Dr. Alexandrov could

steal no secrets Irom the United

Another prominent American
given a free trip to Russia was

Prof. Selman Waksman, head

of Rutgers University microbio

logy -department and the pione

er of streptomycin. Some o" his

staff have also been invited. ..Three
expert Rupublicans spent several

weeks in New Jersey trying to

swing that state away from Go

vernor Meyner Ab Hermann of

tne KepuDucan National Commit

tee; Lou Gylay, former public
relations director of the Republic Republican
an Republican National Committee; and Ber

nard snaniey. tne White House

assistant. They were driving to
make New Jersey the answer to

Wisconsin. ..Tne Negro vote; ex

pected to go Republican as a re result
sult result of Little Rock, stuck pretty

much with the Democrats in botn
New York and New Jersey. Though
NAACP leaders are close to Nixon.

the bulk of Negro voters, at least

in the north, still seem to re remember
member remember who helped them most

in depression das... Whispers have
started among some Nixonites

that Ike should resign after 1958;

It s not likely to happen.

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and Dr. and Mrs. William T. Bailey.

nio.s, wife of the Colombian Am Ambassador.
bassador. Ambassador. The party will be held at the
Embassy residence.

Ladies of Diplomatic
Corps Will Hpld
Tea At Colombian Embassy
The ladies of the Diplomatic
Corps accredited to Panama will
be entertained for their monthly
tjea party by Mrs. Raul H. Ba-
jt .,

Luncheon Given

At Venezuelan Emb.usy

Mrs. Ksteban Cha.baud Cardona,
wile of the Ambasador of Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela in Panama, entertained at a
luncheon at the Embassy residence
yesterday in honor of Mrs. Julio

Mililam, wile of the Secretary o

me embassy, me Miliums are
being transferred Dy their govern

ment to Belgium.

Dr. Aycock will retire at the

end of November with almost 29

years' service. He and Mrs. Ay Ay-cock
cock Ay-cock plan to leave the Isthmus in
December to make their home
in fled Blulf, Cali.ornia.
(Continued on Pace 0.

Retirement Party
For Dr. and Mrs, Aycock

Will B. Held Nov. 23

A retirement party for Dr. and

Mrs. S. D. Aycock will be held at

the Hotel Washington on Saturday.

Nov. 23 at 7 p.m.

For resrvations please contact

one of the following: at Coco S')-

US Pilot Bails Out;
Crashing Jel Kills
5 Dulch Soldiers

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BUSSUM, Netherlands. Nov. 15
BUSSUM, Netherlands Nov. 14
(UP) An un-mannei U.S. jet
fighter plane crashed into a Dutch
army camp here today and the

resulting explosion and fire killed

five Dutch soldiers' and injured 15
others.

The pilot, 1st Lt. Rizik A. Mo

hammed, of Southampton. N. Y.,

had bailed out minutes before and
parachuted to saftty at nearby
Nilversum. It was the third time

Mohammed had saved himself by

jumping from a disabled plane.

U.S. Ambassador Philip Young

expressed on behalf of the U.S.

President" the deepest regret and
conveyed "heartfelt sympathy" to
the families oft he victims.
He said the Air Force would
make a thorough investigation of
the causes of the accie'ent.
The plane, a F100C Super Sabre Sabre-iet
iet Sabre-iet from the U.S. base at Soester Soester-berg,
berg, Soester-berg, Holland, developed engine
trouble a short distance from the

field. Mohammed rs liocd he was
jumping.
The pilotless plane r:,ared over
densely populated1 jreas and
crashed a few minutes later on

the grounds of the Dutch army
barracks. The explosion set two
barracks buildings aflame and
damaged several prhate homes.
The victims were trapped in the
armv huildinns. Fire brigades took

more than an hour to bring the

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Lord Delicious and his Calypso singers.
Air-conditioned BALBOA BAR, the most comfortable
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Round-the-clock service at our
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Hospitality in the Hilton manner

The combined Youth Fellow Fellowship
ship Fellowship groups of Ft. Davis. Ft. Gu Gu-lick,
lick, Gu-lick, and the Gatun Union Church
will meet Sunday at 5:45 p.m. at
the Gatun Union Church, to hear
the Rev. Theodore E. Franklin,
pastor of the Margarita Union
Church, speak on the subject:
"Why I Am Thankful To Be A

Part Of The Protestant Heritage."

Following the meeting, refresh

ments will be served in the Church
basement.

Other Sunday services at the
Church School, with Adult Bible
Class, at 9:45 a.m., and the ser service
vice service of worship at 11:00 a.m.
This Sunday, the Adult Bible
Class, taught by the minister, be begins
gins begins a series of lessons from the
Gospel According to Si. Matthew,
on the subject "The Vocation of
Jesus."
The sermon at the 11:00 o'clock
service will he on the subject: "A
Sense of the'Holy." The minrster

will preach at this service.

The Good Neighbors Group of

the Women's Auxiliary will hold

a cake walk on Monday evening
in the church basement.
People of all denominational
backgrounds are welcomed at all

Services of the' Gattin Union
Church, v

be "The Challenge of Christian Christianity."
ity." Christianity." From its hegining last Sunday
night, under the guidance of Bi Bishop
shop Bishop R. Heber Gooden, the mission
has continued with increasing
numbers in the congregation. It
is expected that tht combina combination
tion combination Thansgiving and mission ser services
vices services this Sunday evening will
produce an overflow of parishion parishioners
ers parishioners and friends.

Elans are rounding into shaDP

for the boat rida through the
Panama Canal under the auspices

oi at. rams unurcii on Nov. 28.
The trip will start at Pier 18, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, continue to Gatun and re

turn to Gamboa.

As the date is a holiday, both

in tne Kepublic and on the Ca
nal Zone it Is expected that a

large group of persons will make

arrangements to be aboard.

Music will be furnished by the
Carol Greaves combo and refresh

ments will he available for pur
chase.

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will take place this Sunday at St.
Paul's Church on four occassions,
during the last vof which the week week-long
long week-long teaching mission will be con concluded.
cluded. concluded. Commencing at A and 7:30 a.
m. there will be celebrations of

Holy Communion and at 9 a.m.
thera will be the Sur.g Eucharist
and sermon, at which time the

class of candidates confirmed last
Sunday will make their First Com Communion.
munion. Communion. Archdeacon L, B. Shirley
will officiate at these- services.
At 4 p.m. there will be a chil children's
dren's children's service. The special speaker
will be the Rev. Allen Stual who

is assigned to m. Luke s Cathe Cathedral.
dral. Cathedral. The service which brings to a

close the teaching mif.sion will
commence at 7:30 p.m. with

Dean Mainert J. Peterson again
conducting the rites and deliver delivering
ing delivering the address. His mbject will

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This Sunday, marks the second

Of three devoted to stewardship
emphasis at the Margarita Union
Church. "Although the results are

inconclusive" said VVilber B. Bo.
wen, finance commitee chairman,
"we were very much encouraged
by the results of the pledging last
Sunday. Most heartening were the
increases made in alarge number
of the pledges. This not only
strengthens our treasury buy even
more denotes the spiritual con concern
cern concern and cooperation of our mem membership."
bership." membership." The topic for the pastor's ser sermon
mon sermon will be "Outward Expansion
and Inward Growth". Harrold
Spicknall will direct the choir
with Mrs. C. J. Genis at the or

gan.

At the evening youth services

the young people will conduct the
worship preliminaries. Mrs. Ches

ter S. Harrold, Jr., will present
the program at the Junior meet meeting
ing meeting which will be field at 5:00 p.

m. ine nign-school age young
people will have as their auest

speaker the Rev. Mr. Ray M. B
ly, pastor of the Gatun Union
Church. Blakely's topic will be
"Assurances of God's Presence."

Other activities of the week in include
clude include a meeting of the Finance j
Committee Monday night. On i

Wednesday night the elders will
meet at 7:00 p.m. and the choir
at 7:30 p.m.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the

Margarita Union Church will hold
a rummage sale at 8:30 a.m. at

the Saint Mary's Episcopal Church
in Rainbow City on Saturday. Mrs.
J. W. B. Hall is in charge of the
sale.

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WASHINGTON. Nov 15 fUP)-

The number of new influenza
cases dropped sliqhtlv last week

but the rteath rt continued to

rise, the U.S. Public Health Serv-

icp reported today.

It estimated that 1,100,000 per

sons in 38 states were stricken
with various tyDe3 of influenza

during the week.' compared to

1,250.000 the previou? week.
The increase brousht to 5.850, 5.850,-000
000 5.850,-000 the total number of cases
since the outbreak of Asian flu

last summer.

The report said 887 deaths In
114 large cities were attritviterV to

influenza and pneun.onia. This
was a 4 per cent increase over
the previous week, when 856
persons died. The rate of increase
was not as great, however, as hi

other recent weeks.

vIri the comparable week of 1956.
only 291 persons died from these
types of diseases.
The Health Service said there

have been 2,410 more deaths from
flu and pneumonia iinte Sept 1
than occurred in the same period
last year. Nearly 90 per cent of
this increase occurred in the past
six weeks.
The Health Service save do

breakdown on the nu.nber of in

fluenza cases of the Asian variety.

Most persons afflicted with influ

enza do not undergo 4he labora laboratory
tory laboratory tests necessarv Ui determine

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Trouble Down In Cuba

The placement of United States
advertisements in foreign publi publications
cations publications usually involves language

difficulties: how to transalate aul that no unpleasantness deve-

catehv American headline into

the language of the land, accord according
ing according to Carl Spielvogel, writing in
the New York Times.
Another problem for interna international
tional international advertisers now has been
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On June 3, Croton-Nivada Gren Gren-chen
chen Gren-chen placed a full-page advertise advertisement
ment advertisement in The New York Times for
its Antarctic wrist watch. The
company is the American division
of Nivada of Grenchen, Switzer Switzerland.
land. Switzerland. The advertisement, prepared by
Doyle Dane Bernbach, Inc., show showed
ed showed a large illustration of a tough tough-looking,
looking, tough-looking, bearded explorer type
man, wearing an Army fatigue
cap. It was headlined: "This is
the watch that went to the Antarc Antarctic."
tic." Antarctic." Company offcials s reported ex excellent
cellent excellent sales as a result of the ad advertisement.
vertisement. advertisement. In advertising circles
it was singled out for praise and
one of the "Big Four" agencies
here put it on its bulletin board
as a model of creative effort.
As a result of the strong re response
sponse response the company decided to
have the. advertisement appear in
some of.: the ninety-five countries

in wmcn- its unw u sold. ;

Mats Sent ? Cuba

Xate last month, mats of the ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement were 'sent to F. Ruis Ruis-canchez
canchez Ruis-canchez and Co., the watch com company's'
pany's' company's' distributor in Cuba, Sev Several
eral Several days later;- Edward J Ruff,
Nivada's sales director "for .North
and. South America, was visited
here by a Cuban acquaintance.
. Ruff showed the visitor the advertisement-
trat would soon ap appear
pear appear '. Cuban newspapers. As
Ruff recalled yesterday, his visi visitor
tor visitor blanched and cried, out:
"No, you can't do that. The fel fellow
low fellow in the advertisement looks
just like Fidel Castro, the Cuban
rebel leader. Your representative
will get into trouble."
Ruff immediately sent word to
Senor Ruisanchez suggesting that
the advertisement be cancelled.
But the message arrived after the
advertisement had appeared in
three leading Cuban papers.
The advertisement caused a stir
in Cuba, and sales of the watches
rose sharply, according to Ruff.
However, all future insertions were
cancelled by the company in tre
hope of keeping everyone out vof
trouble.
A large majority of Cuban read readers
ers readers continued to believe that the
man in the advertisement was Se Senor
nor Senor Castro. And just when the
matter began to die, an article
in Zig-Zag, Cuban humor maga magazine,
zine, magazine, brought it to public attention
again..
A Cuban Incident
Its Oct. 9 issue referred to the
advertisement and the illustra illustration's
tion's illustration's resemblance to Senor Cas Castro
tro Castro as "El palo publicitario del
afto." Translated freely, this means
the advertisement hit of the year.
Going lurther, it suggested: Try
to get the last advertisement and
write to the editor. And in. a play
on words it added: Ask who is the

man illustrated in this "revohu
tionary" advertisement.

Ruff and his associates are hope-

lops for their representative

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soever to have the man look like
Castro," he said.

William Bernback. Dresidpnt nf

Doyle Dane Bernbach, echoed this
sentiment. The fellow who ap appeared
peared appeared in the advertisement was
Pete Jarman, a professional model.

Jarman works for th RnrW

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years old and has been modeling

Rroiessionaiiy tor two years. His
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BERLIN, Nov. 15 (UP) -- The
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spend a "practical year" working
in factories before they entered
the universities.

- The plan became law with the

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to the working class and give
them a feeeling of responsibility
for- our workers, and farmers'
state."

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sponsible responsible for their political edu education,
cation, education, it said. .,

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combat the anti-Communist move-'
mefit that has swept East German!
universities since the Hungarian j
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Border Miss

VIENNA, Nov. IS (UP)-Two
Hungarian refugees lost their
chance for freedom today when
thv iteoDed on a mine only inches

from Austrian soil.
Austrian customs officials said
one of the escapees was injured
seriously and the other suffered

minor injuries.

Hiroshima Death

HIROSHIMA, Japan, Nov. 15
(UP) Maseru Wakabayashi, a
teacher, died today of a bone ail ailment
ment ailment which doctors attributed to
the Hiroshima atom bomb 12 years
Newspapers called Wakabayashi
the 31st victim this year of the
A-bomb explosion in the Japanese
city.

Nuclear Power Due

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WARSAW. Nov. 13 (UPf-P

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JERUSALEM, Israel, Nov. 15

(UP)-A magistrate ordered
Moshe Duek turned over to the
higher district court today for trial

on charges of tnrowwg a nna-

grenade in the Parliament Oct. 28.
Prime Minister David Ben-Gur-ion
and four other ministers were

injured by the explosion.

Duek, in a lengthy statement to
the magistrate, said his act was
unpremeditated and that he wan waned
ed waned only to demonstrate the justice
nf hi claims against the Jewish

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Argentine School
Closed By Strike
SANTA FE, Argentina, Nov. 15
(UP) The National College, prin principal
cipal principal high school in Santa Fe prov province,
ince, province, was shut down today by a
.i.ijnt filra tn nrntest the

suspension of a senior who offfend offfend-d
d offfend-d local authorities.

Twenty-one students were ar

rested on the demand of High

School Inspector Manna Pujol, but
all. were released later. Provincial

Social Affairs Minister Alberto

Celesia invited a student dele delegation
gation delegation to state its grievance.

nru niinitiiltil student. Anibal

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Dominguez, had written an article
for the Santa Fe nevspaper La
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secondary education in u piov-ince.

'Our Town' Marks
German Degree
For Author Wilder
FRANKFURT. Germany, Nov.
15 (UP) America playwright
Thornton Wilder- received an hon honorary
orary honorary doctorf philosophy degree
today rfrom the 20nann WoUan
Goethl.fniversif. f 'i
The presentation was made by
Prof. Helmut Viebrock, head of
the university's phUosophy faculty.
Wilder attended a performance to tonight
night tonight of his play: "Our Town
put on by university students.

Dante Will Held
At Gen. George W. Geethals
Pest JUS VFW
There will be a free dance held
at the Gen. Georie W. Goethala

Post No. 3835 Veterans of Foreign
Wars of the U. S. tomorrow night
startlnff at S o'clock. Huaie with

be furnished by Al Martin and

mi, orcnestra. This dance wtu be

open only to members and their
guests...

.FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Ufti

New Delhi Kids

Mork Birthday
Of' Premier; Nehru

NEW DELHI, indit. Nov. is

(UP) Several thousand .. arhr

children paraded Hera today t

rnme Minister lawananai lit

Nehru, reviewing the oarade. n

leased a number of "peace doves'

over, the ranks of young marcherafl
One of the doves perched atef

nenru i neaa wnue ne toox. thi

salute.

The Prime Minister took thl

dove home with him.

i

By OSWALD JACOBT
Written lor NEA Service

NOBTtf 0 4
A7
VQM
4 A Kg 4 1
10
WIST BAST
AKIOIM) QS
VtTf
QlOt J J
K7 S4t
OOTH
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North and South vulnerable
Nertk Baa Seertb Wart
1 Paaa 3 jf Paaa
3 Paaa SN.T. Peas
Paf V Paaa
Opening leaaV-A

The hold-up pity consists of

ducking a tncic or iticm w "i-
vm Hvar entries. The

UC4 W "
barrier play is the reverse of the
hold-up and consists of taking
the first trick In order that the
adverse hlch cards mty block

th nit. tnr tn lonor una.

. l.M. j w

Toaay s nana u
rnhn niftrt nf nhtripo is an il

lustration of a complicated bar

rier play. ,
Tnvm mil TOtf mvtnlnar lead

of the six of spades ai a fourth

nest ana fast naa o -actly
one higher card. ThU card
suiely was not the eight m that

would leave we wiui
diimii.m fan antomatie kulE

t..rft rt miirht h the ten tout

there' waa a much better chance

that H would be tne any
oueen. If the opening lead was

f vnm m ffMirrrd SttlL BOUUJ 8

play did not matter as me of offense
fense offense could only Uko three spade
tricks plus a possible club trick.
ohn saw that he would have
to take the) club finesse Into the
dangerous West hand and that
the only value of the hold-up

would be u cast neia w
spadea. Hence John played tiie
ace right away and. the barrier
play succeeded. ; ;
The club finesse lest t Wests
king and West returned-
spad. East was to with the
queen but had no way WJ

to our. Army, Navy and Marine friends

We recommend to, visit ;(
the newly refurbished
' PETE'S
RESTAURANT & BAR
en "J" Street, near old Ancon r.O ;
Antonio Ah Kal, new Manager ft Owner
a The beat drinks In town,
mixed by expert bartenders.

The best Chinese and American
food in town.
Vi PRICE on our Food' all day
Saturday, Nov. IS, Day of our
RE-INAUGURATION.

Desliladora llscional, S. A.

THE WOMACK AMERICAN WHISKEY CO.

The only store which specializes
in malernily clothes
OFFERS: f
Maternity dresses
Maternity jackets
Maternity skirts i.
Maternity bathing suits
Maternity sport clothes t
Maternity panties
Maternity petticoats I
s 4 4 Maternity brassieres .
. and everything else for the Mother-to-be 5

Justo Arosemena Ave. 30-03 Tel. 3-6740

We also have a new lot of
dresses for children
from 18 months.

22 '58

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Philippine Winner

Hails Good Ties
With United Stales
MANILA No 15 XUP) -CarlM

P. Garcia, apparent victor n u

preaidenUal e ec. J

or closer. u'Ruiumw ; -United
States and the Philippines

in the interests oi vmu

. Garcia tssuea a siaiemem
ignating today as Philippine A-

merican aay,

JSociai and Oth

erwise

the rnHipp"5 '-r-,..

. i hnan UPTV ini.inmi.GiY

Mates nvc ::..
. i j v-u h trnno TIPS Of

associate", iww j -"
friendship and ideals, such as the
strengthening of democracy .nd
freedom W1!!re.b 11

This irienuBi"i f.

the test ot ditou u x -of
war and the test of understand

ing in times oi pec.
Tuesday's voting was the 61-

yearld Garcia's first ma ior

eiecuon w r?:-r 'u

h.n.m nresiaeni -"

j- t.M,nr Human

alter lormci aomv-
MooBsvuav was killed in an air

plane crash.

L h..h fif th ex-

, juia AAA MMelriAnflnl VAtfiS

pectea 8,wvi
counted, Garcia held a commmand-

isg lead over nis ...
Liberal party candidate Jose
Yulo. But he declined to elaim

victory until Yulo conceaea

"For rnore than half a century

Philiooines and the united

Flower Arragnement
riauai Returned

Monday at YMCA

Following a two week recess tne
classes in Flower Arrangement
will resume on Monday, Nov. 18

at o.uu a.m. aim i;uu p.m. at uic
Balboa Y.M.C.A-U.S.O.

rnis session aeais wiui arrange-
, r : i -1 V, 1

uieiita ui ixuita aim ur vegemuica
Each student is expected to bring
all nf la tn .n

u Hiabciuia lui aui.ll ail bl
rangement and have it ready bv

wiu ucKiiiiiiiiK vi uaas. im 9. x ol

Morean will analyze nrrancrenvpnts

impersonally.

inose niannine to enter the

Flower Show on Dec. 9 will de

rive much benefit from his ses

sion.

F

A

Rabokah Club
Wilt Have Dessert,

The Rebekah Club will have a
dessert and card party -at 12:30
on Monday at Wirz Memorial 608

Balboa,
Hostess will be Mary Kate Underwood.

ARRIVING NOVEMBER 25th

t t:

SORRY-ALL SOLD!
Please wait for next shipment
ARRIVING DECEMBER

AAOTORES HULL, S:

; Auto row No. 43

TEL. 34)607

Each notice for incluiion in thli
column ihoutd ba ubmirHd in
typa-wrilren form and mailtd to
tha box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Orharwita," or delivered
kv hsnd to the office. Notices of
....finai cannot ba accepted by

telephone.
Atlantic PTA
Will Meat
Monday

Tk. Atlantic Paront-Teaeher As-

X11C fV.
sociation Will hold its rtegular
monthly meeting on Monday, Nov.

18 at 7:30 p.m. in me ouuui mm

Ghnn i.inrarv. juaee c. i

gaiiia w.. - v -
ti m.fAlman will vnpalr nn his

jr. xajiii'" ---
many experiences with the schools

in th i:anai ione suite ue

been on the Isthmus.

Federal Buildings

Lift Some Bans

On News Phologs

WASHIGTON. Nnv 15 rTTP'U-

Chairman John E. Moss of the

House Government Information
subcommittee said today that
some restrictions against
news photographers in govern

ment b u i dings have been
dropped.
rni. l : i : r, x ; j

XUB olliuimd xJClUUClal saiu
photographers will not need prior
permission now to take pictures
in such public areas as corridors.,
lobbies, foyers and auditoriums of
federal buildings.
Installations closed to the public
for security reasons will not be

affected Dy tne change.
Mnsn alsn said frlpral inrlpps

would continue to have authority
to bar photographers in areas of

federal buildmgs directly under There will pe two coior mm!.,

tneir control, sucn as courtrooms. lone ot recnnique in waiei vm
ciii.ri,, ntk. i a tha nthcr "A. Trin Throueh

rT Art Laaaue

Atlantic Branch

To View, Films

rrU- 7nno Art T.paBlie. At-

X liC V R" '
lantic Branch, will hold its regu regular
lar regular meeting at seven o clock this
evening at the Cristobal Y.M.C.A.
This meeting is important a n d
all members are urged to attend.

There will be two color films,

oiiiiiidii, uuici tenant agencies
will continue to make their own
j : : i i 1 1.

decisions on piiuxugriiuns in me
office space they control.
Moss said the new rules were
nut mto effect recer.tlv hv t h p

'General Services, Administration

(GSA), which operates the gov government's
ernment's government's buildings. He said the

step resunea irom suDcommuiee

protests over an incident last
summer in the federal building in
Jackson. Miss.
Rep. John Bell Williams (D-

a U.S. deputy marshal attempted
to confiscate the camera of a
Jackson Daily News nhotoerapher

who took a picture in a public

corridor.

The official acted under AGSA
rule requiring photographers to
get permission of building super superintendents
intendents superintendents or custodians before
taking pictures in public areas of

leaerai DuiiainBS. ;. jt.

fXm'ii0W' 'WM I 'Bhopm, aeial !, mite Uh eoap,
I'' i-'f 1 W0 w 11,1,1 AKa 4ot tk$ tom,r I

the U. S. National. Gallery in Wash

ington, snowing lire oiu iiiaotcta.
Everyone interested in art is cor

dially invited to see mese 1111119.
These films are loaned by the U U-nited
nited U-nited States Information Service
for this purpose.

Eye On Bond,
Leg In Well

TUCUMAN, Argentina, Nov. 15

(urjjuan viuagra s pursuit oi
(ha.h; hani,nn" VMlt 1, i TV, in

pcilllica J.iv,ui iicavcji (u, in,., in
a hospital here today with a brok

en leg.
Villagra was sprinting across a
field near his home, trying to
catch an advertising "bond" with
.a cash redemption value that had
been dropped from a plane, when

lJjlUt? a weiye teet aeep.

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PAGE EIGHT
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FRIDAT, NOVEMBER 15;i95t
BAAF Boxing Tourney

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Capacity Crowd Expected
For Nine-Fight Program

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LEAD: PAAF BOXIN sport must Silvestre Nov 15
I The 1957 Panama Area Armed Forces Boxing
Tournament will get underway tomorrow night in
Albrook's hangar No. 3 at 7 :30 p.m.

nf (he nine boutf scheduled.

hrp' n; the iiehters will be Al-

. brook Airmen.
j This year's Albrook team will
be managed by Sgt. Ned Brant
and 'coached by Hank Barrow.
First on the list for Albrook
will be a newcomer, S-Sgt. Viva-
. no Manzanares, a flyweight. From

Emery Gap, N.M. tie nas ten
' previous fights to nis credit. His
, opponent will be Castro Diaz (Kob (Kobbe)
be) (Kobbe) from Rio Piedras, P.R.

Albrook's sedond representative

of the evening will be A-20 JS. J

Johnson, a lightweight. Johnson's
home is in Stanton, Va. His oppo opponent
nent opponent will be SP3 David Merritt

(Clayton) of Detroit, Michigan.
The third entry for Albrook will
bo A-3C Jimmy Mathis, a light
middleweight, who hails from Co Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, Ga. Although Matris has
had no experience, he shows good
promise of becoming a fine pugi pugilist.
list. pugilist. His opponent will be PFC

Clarence James (Kobbe) from Los
Angeles, Calif.
A capacity crowd is expected
to be on hand for the first round

of the 1957 PAAF Boxing Tour

ney,

Fastlich League
Teenage Tryouts
Tomorrow A.M.

All 13 year old boys interested
in trying out for the Fastlich Teen

age Baseball League are request requested
ed requested to report to the Fastlich Teen Teenage
age Teenage Diamond in Balboa at 8 a.m.
tomorrow. 14 and 15 year old boys
are to report on Saturday, Nov.

23.

Cerveza Balboa Gets 3 Players;
Negotiating Two More Hurlers

Any boy who was assigned to a-

ny one of the six teams during the
nnct hncpHfill toaeAn aro tint -n

The second round will also takenuired to attend these try outs
place at Albrook's hangar No. 3jup0n arrival at the baseball park

next Saturday. Nov. 23

1 urvano, Manzanares, (Alb.)
Flyweight, vs Eli Castro Diaz

Kobbe.
2. S. J. Johnson (Alb.) light

weight, vs David Merrit Caly-

ton.
3. Alfred Fleming, (Kobbe)
ligh welterweight, vs Howard S.
Brown Calyton.
4. Donald Hopper ..(Kobbe)
light welterweight, vs Allen Mo Mo-ten
ten Mo-ten Clayton.
5. Lawrence Long (AA) wel

terweight, vs Bobby Prince Clayton.

6. Bobby Brooke (Kobbe) welter-

the ALL-NEW

1958 FORD
has completed the most grueling
torture-Test in automobile history

baturaay morning all boys

snouia report to the desk for as

signment of a number which will

be used to identify the boys.
All boys who report for the try

outs will be assigned to team and

will be carried on the team dur

ing pre season work outs until tre

team is cut to 15 players shortly

De ore tne season opens.

Uniforms are riot necessary for

the try-outs but it is imperative

that you bring your glove. All oth

er necessary equipment will be
furnished by the league.

Evaluation of the boys will be

handled by the managers and

coaches of the six teams and Sat

urday afternoon assignment of boys
to the teams will be made. As
soon as these assignements are
complete you will be notified to
which team you rave been assign assigned
ed assigned through the press.

BHS Seniors Who Bow Out
Of Local School Football

The curtain will be rung down but the fighting Tigers are be

on Canal Zone football for 1957
tonight when the traditional ri rivals
vals rivals Cristobal High School Ti Ti-eers
eers Ti-eers and Balboa High Bulldogs-

claw and bite at each other at

Balboa Stadium

The Bulldogs are heavily fa

vored to remain undefeated in

school competition this season

ing counted on Dy a few ex experts"
perts" experts" to do the unexpected.
It will also be "Fathers Day"
for the Bulldogs. The fathers of
all the Balboa High players have
been Invited to attend theeame.

A special honor section has
been reserved behind the play players'
ers' players' bench for the fathers.
The following pictures show
some of Balboa's seniors who

win De playing their last canal

zone interscholastic Football

league contest.

weight, vs Paul Rebovich Clay Clay-ton.
ton. Clay-ton. 7. Boofcar T. Crosby (Kobbe)
middleweight, vs Otis Fort Caly Calyton.
ton. Calyton. 8. Jimmy Mathis (Alb.) middle middleweight,
weight, middleweight, vs Clarence James Kobbe.

9. J. D. Atkins (Kobbe)
heavyweight, vs Billy Lemmer

uiayton.

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BILL HALVOSA
No. 53 End 160 lbs. let letters,
ters, letters, 0.
Lacking the physical rugged-

ness of other ends, Bill has over overcome
come overcome this by polish and quick quickness
ness quickness making him a constant
threat as a pass receiver.

r-

National Association president
George Trautman has given per

mission to two outfielders and a
pitcher to play winter ball with
the champion Cerveza Balboa

team of the Panama Profession Professional
al Professional League during the 1957-58

season, CB manager Leon Ken-

man announced today.
Outfielders Floyd Robinson
(San Diego, Open Classifies
tion Pacific Coast League), and
Bill Shields (Amarlllo, Class A
Western League), and right
hander Dave Benedict (Oma (Omaha,
ha, (Omaha, Class AAA American Asso Association)
ciation) Association) are the players who
have been given the green
lipht by Trautman.
Kellman said he spoke to the

minor league prexy. by phone

yesterday afternoon and the
Beermen skipper whTmall air airline
line airline tickets to the players for
their trip to Panama as soon as

he is notified or tneir iorwaro.
ing addresses.

Cerveza Balboa Is still nego negotiating
tiating negotiating for two more hurlers
from the U.S. and Kellman

hinted that right hander Jerry
Davie may be back In a Balboa

uniform on opening night Dec. j.

Davie, who toiled in the Class
A Sally League this summer,
pitched for the Beermen last
season.

The CB front office will send
a contract to southpaw Vibert
Clarke over the weekend. The

fastballer sat out last season be

cause of differences with club

officials.

CHARLES DOUGLAS
No. 56 End 170 lbs. let letters,
ters, letters, 0.
"Starting end on defense and
offense and regular offensive
captain. Doug is the toughest

aeiensive end in the league. He

missed the first two games be

cause of sprained ankles and is

still slowed down bv them on of-

iense.

ill W,

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r""v No. 38 Quarterback 14S

PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
If any boy missed out in- reg

tering at school but still wants to
try out for the Pacific Little

League," he may do so at the Pa
cific Little League Stadium tomor

row morning at 9 clock.

On Nov. 16, the tryouts will be

for boys whose birth date is be

tween Aug. 1, 1948 and July 31,

isu.
On Nov. 23. it will be for bovs

whose birthdate is between Aug 1,
1946 and July 31, 1948.
On Nov. 30, it will be for boys
whose birthdate is Au2. 1. 1945 un

10 JUiy dl, 1346,

Cut Achilles Tendon
Threatens Career
Of Maurice Richard
TORONTO, ont. riPVMatirir

(Rocket) Richard; hockey's most
colorful' and hieh-scorins nlavpr

iacea a, uireat to, nts career today
in a cut achilles tendon that will
send him to the sidelines "for at,

least five, weeks."

The 36-year-old Montreal Cana Cana-diens'
diens' Cana-diens' star was injured in the sec sec-d
d sec-d period here nighas the Caae
ond period here Wednesday night
as the Canadiens strengthened
their hold on first place in the Na National
tional National Hockey League with a 4-2
win over Toronto.

Richard was sweeaine toward

the Toronto net in one of his typi-

ci acuimg curves wnen we acci accident
dent accident occurred. Dick Duff of Toron

to dosed in on Richard and drove
him against the boards at the
back of the cage.
Richard fell to the ice and the
blade of one of Duffs skates ac accidentally
cidentally accidentally slashed his right leg,
cutting it wide open.
In the only other NHL game
Wednesday night, the second-Dlace

New York Rangers end third-

place Chicago Black Hawks played

to a 2-2 tie in New York.

Whatever ;
Happened te .
LEON GOOSi GOSLIN
Washington's greatest left-fin.

ed slugger, Goose GosJiii hit 12T
homers in 11 years with the Sea Sea-ators
ators Sea-ators for a team reacord. During
his 18 major league season. nH.

ing in 1938, he ''goosed" seven
homers in three different Wash Washington
ington Washington World Series and led his ;
league in batting inM928 with .379.
Whatever happened "to Goose ;
Goslin? Today he's 57 and oper operates
ates operates a fleet of fishing boats at
Salem, N.J,

BULLPUP5 BITE
NEW HAVEN (NEA)Yale has

its finest freshman football squad

since me peagreens pt 1953-54.

TODAY-ENCANTO-.35-.20

Joan Collins In
"SEA WIFE"
In cinemascope!
Ernest Borgnlne in
'S BltAVE MEN?'

TODAY IDEAL .25 -.15
Van Heflln in
TANGAYIKA"
Audle Murphy in

'riTTiri. at sn vrn rnrrir"

for beauty, brawn and power
that is proved and approved
ALL-NEW

1958 FORD

TERRY CORRIGAN
No. 47 End 170 lbs. let

ters, 0.

After playing in the shadows
of more experienced ends the
past couple of seasons, he is now

starting both offensively and

defensively. He has shown a

great desire in blocking and rug

ged defensive play.

No 38 Quarterback

lbs. letters, 0.

New at Balboa Hieh this vear

Tom has earned the starting i

quarterback assignment. A good I
thinker and welcomed addition j"
to the squad.

AGREE ON PUftSE

YONKERS. N.Y. fUP) Ynnk.

ers Raceway, the nation's largest

narness racing track in both at attendance
tendance attendance and pari-mutuel handle,
hoped today for quick agreement

on a new purse formula with the
Standardbred Owners Association.

Many owners individually boycot boycotted
ted boycotted the track for three weeks last
summer when the track refused to

increase purse money.

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GENE BI RCH
No. 83 Tackle 190 lbs.

letters, 0.

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FltlOAT, NOVEMBER IS, 1ST
THE
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Spriai

Race Track Graded Entries

J.t. Harttj

;jkr St. CeMSMrt ;

lt Rt.ee, b Series Imp.
FIRST RACE Ot THE DOUBLE

i OUs
Pool Closes 1:00

A. Gonzales 108 .cot"" f

o tu tue wsy
j t

O. Sanchea 110 seems tcsi ner.

B. AgUlrre 113 Visuy jmprovea
E. pario 104 Not egsinst these
J. aongora-110 Could, r be upsetter
r Alverex 112 Rates outside chance

S-l
EVEN
2- 1
30-1
15-1
5-1
3- 2

1 Chulpa
2 Destello
S Le Matelot
4 Almlnar
8 Puesto
n nun

7 Coronation Day Be 106 Dimerous contender

iA n.r. h .rU. lm. rri.Pnrs KM Pool Closes 1:J8

' 1N1 RACE OP THE DOUBLE
. 1-CartlUero B. Baz 115 lneaUi
2-Paquetlto V. Ortega 118 -Returns from layoff
'S-fialero O, Sanche 10 -Could make It hws
' 4 (Lanero J. Jimenes 115 Rates lair chance
5 (Pappa rlynn A. Va. 110 Staet only handicap
tTony) B. AgUlrre 110 Usually refuses
Resuelfo) S. Hernandez 103x Can get up here

Kadir, Michiripa, Gramilla,
Bacancito, Comatose Tangle

3-2
5-1
10-1
2-1
2-1
J-2
S-2

' Srd tt."uGn Natives 7 Ft. Purse $371

'.4'. ONE TWO
1 Bagdad F. Justlnianl lOlx Has strong finish n
2 Solito J5. Hernand'ea 102x Nothing in month&3
3 Moyita A. Ycaza 113 Hard to beat here
4 Slderal A. Vasquez 115 -Will fight i ou
B Golden Moon B. Agulrre 110 -Dangerous here too

Pool Closes 2:00

5-1

3-1

3-2
2-1

4th Race, "HI

Natives 7 Fgs.Purse $375
QMNIELA

Pool Closes 2:30

1 Filon A. Credidio 112 Distance should help
2 Nacho A. Ycaza 110 Seems good bet
tRoc'n Roll S. Hernandez 107x Must improve more
-Fabionet J.Talavera 105 -Doesn't eem likely
5 Radical A. Vasquez 112 Long overdue
6 El Peauefio & Quiroi 102x Good early soeed
7-Avlspa G. Sanchez 108 -Would pay off

5-2
i-5
30-1
50-1
EVEN
20-1
10-1

A, B" Natives f Fgs. Purse $50

J. Jimepez 105 Should be runnenip

H. Rula 100 Racing to top iorm
E. Ortega 100 Could bw second
B. Baeza 118 Excluded from betung

Pool Closes 3:00

1 Tingat
2 Dr. Bill
3 Marcelita
4 Janlna

6th Race, th Series Imp. 5 Fgs purw f4M m Closes
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Lyrical J. Rodriguez 110 Could score again
2 Grey Juan F. Alvarez 105 -Not recent ones
3 Celestial Fire Agulrre 115 '-In fight to finish
4 Quiescence O. de Leon 115 Depends on start
5 Fifito A. Vasquezf 115 Good chance here
Violin Vlejo A. Credidio 108 Djstance to liking

1-2
J-l
3-2
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3:40

4- 1
8-1
3-2
3-2
3-1
5- 2

1 Five second and third series imported thorourh thorourh-breds
breds thorourh-breds will match strides in tomorrow's $750 seven
furlons; main event at the President Remon race-track.

Three of the five scheduled starters are entries
in the $3,000 added one mile and a quarter Nov. 28
Panama Firemen'a Corps Classic.

Entered for tomorrow's feature
are Michirlpa, Kadir, Gramilla.
Bacancito and Comatose. All

except Gramilla and Comatose

are entered for the Nov. 28 clax
sic. The reason is probably be
cause both Gramilla and coma.

tose are topnotch sprinters and
are at their best over distances

of seven furlongs or less.
Despite the fact that Grami Gramilla
lla Gramilla and Comatose are expected
to outleg the opposition for more
than half the distance, they are
sure to be outsiders In the mu mu-tuels.
tuels. mu-tuels.
Kadir and Bacancito figure to

be the probable co-f avorltes with
Michirlpa a heavily backed third
choice. j
Bacancito returns from a brief
layoff that should help him. He
will be ridden by pace rater Ju

lio Rodriguez.
Kadir, beaten last week by

Town's Wall and a winner the

time before that, will have Vlr Vlr-gllio
gllio Vlr-gllio Castillo in his saddle In a

Maj. Hoople Ends Oklahoma
Skein With Point After TD

By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOPLE
Ona-Pelnt Forecast Champion
rr.r.xT). r.illions of gentle read

ers! A touching tribute has reach

ed me. It can best De expressed

by quoting the letter nseii:
"You are Uie world champion

forecaster when it comes to call calling
ing calling the results by a single point.
I mean that game where you pre

dicted the score wouia De AiaDa-

ma 14. Georgia 13 ana mat was

reunion after a separation of the actual score- nease tea us
several months. Castillo wasihow you do it.
once Kadir's regular rider but" The sender : j"
has not ridden the Antonio 8-; of course I
uShw HUnTlvnrnvM could be wrong, it might even be
Mich rlpa displayed Improved Ben Milkergon heh-heh!
form in his return from a; (Etor?, Note: On the same day
lengthy layoff last .week and had n wron2 out ot 2z

could make it nere. He beat out, MlB;flo.h(.h.hehn

Gramilla by a head for third

olace and was three lengths be

ind Kadir at the finish but ne

was going fast at the end of the
race. Sandino Hernandez replac

es weak-armed Hector Ruiz a a-board
board a-board the St. Mary stable ace.
Francisco Justlnianl will ride

speedy Gramilla in place of An Andres
dres Andres Gonzales while Fernando

Alvam will be aboard Comatose

Instead of Ruben Vasquez. Last
week Gramilla opened a wide

lead but folded suddenly enter entering
ing entering the homestretch an(J failed
to even finish in the money.
Nine Other interesting races
aer Included on the program.

7th Race, 2nd, Srd Imp. 1 Fgs. Purse 8159 Pool Closes 4:18
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Michirlpa S. Hernandez lOlx Better this wek 5-2
2 Kadir V. Castillo 113 Form indicates 3-2
3 Gramilla F. Justlnianl : 99x Always dangerous 10-1
4 Bacancito Julio Rodri. 115 Hard to beat here EVEN
5 Comatosse F. Alvarez 113 Showing improvement 5-1

Pool Closes 4:45

Sth Race. "Special" Imp. 1 Fgs. Purse 1659

;. QUINIELA r ,, ( f t
1 T Forget A. Credidio 105v Ran well in last y ., 4-1
2-Red Label S. Hernandez 103x-Lasr was revealmjr 3-1
S Pasatlempo F. Alvarez 113 Has high rating 2-1
4 Diocese B. Baeza 112 Reportedly improved 3-1
I Affiliation Order-A.'Val. 113 -Despite weak rider 3-2

Sth Rae.-4th Series Iimb. 8 Frs. Purse $608 Pool Closes 1:15

' i 5 ONE TWO

. lRagazza F. Alvarez 108 -Returns irr good vhape
2 Embassy B. Baeza 110 Strong effort in last
3 Delta A. Vasquez 118 Form Indicates
4 Maria Stuardo Hernan. lOlx Needs more distance
5 Opulento A. Alfaro I05x Would pay off
. Could go all the way

i 4-1
3-1
EVEN
25-1
15-1
2-1

10th Race, Sth Series Imp. 7 Fgs.Purse $508

Pool Closes 5:45

1 Trirreme .G. Sanchez llf Form indicates
. 2 Pavinetto F. Alvarez 115 Nothing in months
3 El Fakir F. Justiniani 97x Poor recent races
4- Mar Bravp A. Ycaza 110 -WiU fight it but

15-1
9-5

WAIT...
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1958 FORD

HOOF BEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Two hiahlv rated newcomers

are scheduled to make their de

but in tomorrow's eighth for

imported non-wlnnfcrs at the
President Remon racetrack. The
French colt Affiliation Order
and the Chilean horse Pasa

tlempo.
Affiliation Order, a four-year-old
bay son of Supreme court court-Pretty
Pretty court-Pretty Girl II, is owned by the
Stud Teologal and trained by
Sotero Rudas. He will be ridden
by Amador Valdivia.
Pasatlempo. a -five-year-old

chestnut' offspring of Faubourg-Proa,-
Is. owned by Alfredo Bas-

san Jr. and trained by Luis H.
Farrugia.
' Both hare been Impressive In
their workouts. They will be op

posed by the steadily improving
Red Label, apeedy I Forget and

the reportedly "ready"' Diocese.
It should be an Interesting race.

grey filly colleen's Wish Nov. 21.
This classily bred filly is by Col Colonist
onist Colonist ll-Wishy Washy by Nicco-

lo Den Area.
oOo
Gun Man, one of the two-year-

olds recently bought in Argen

tina, by President Remon race racetrack
track racetrack manager Pablo A. Thayer,
will not be able to make the trip

to Panama with the others. He

has been replaced by Platano,

an onspring ot pesy-oruga.

elections heh-heh I )

I must apologize for one of my
associates, however Dr. Rcggy
Schnitkopf, who predicted the
Penn State-West Virginia score at
26 to 7 the actual score was 27
to 6. Dr.r Reggy has a weakness
for giving the wrong team1 the
point after touchdown.
This week's big one is Notre
Dame to beat Oklahoma, 21 to 20.
Also the Colgate-Syracuse 13 to 13
tie is a bit out of the ordinary
rar-runiphf
Now go on with the forecast:
Yale 11, Princeton 13
Harvard 7, Brown 4
Syracuse 13, Colgatt 13
Darmouth 27, Cornall 7
Pann State 14, Holy Cross 7
Illinois 20, Wisconsin 13
Michigan 27, Indlina 0
Iowa 20, Ohio State 14
Missouri 24, Kansas Stat 14
Purdu 14,-North wastarn 0

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

1 Destello
2 Cartlllero
3 Solito
4 Radical
5 Tingat
6 Quiescence

7 Bacancito

Le Matelot
Resuelto (e)
Slderal
Nacho
Marcelita
Celestial Fire
Kadir

8 Affiliation Order Pasatlempo
9 Delta Louvre

10 Mar Bravo Trirreme

The classy spriitter Scintil Scintillation
lation Scintillation has been sold by owner
Daniel ClnlgUo to a wealthy
Venezuelan' sportsman. The
colt will soon be shipped to
Venetaela where ho win race

for his new owner.

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Other sales this, week include

Clarucha and El. Peauefio.

ciarucnr was pougnt br tne

Stud Chiriqul and Is being
trained by sotero Rudas,

El Peauefio became the prop

erty of Miss Rita Smith. Alfredo
Smith is his new trainer.

Gonetino will race under the

colors, of the stud Buena re a a-ealn
ealn a-ealn beginning this week. Luis

H. Farrugia will continue to
train the good sprinter.

Stud 32's Rory is now belna

irainea ny james suvera.
oOo
Bias Agulrre, one of the all all-time
time all-time great products of the now
defunct Juan Franco racetrack,
returns to the saddle tomorrow
with a total of seven mounts
over the weekend.
Agulrre, who had been sus suspended
pended suspended in early August for the
rest of this year because of a
dubious ride on Mezereum, got a
pardon from the Panama Gamb Gambling
ling Gambling control Board this week.

Three British thoroughbreds
are on sale at the stud Rio
Grande fillies As You Like Her
and cindertrack and the colt
Guadalcanal

A highly-rated English colt,
Gay legend, to scheduled to ar arrive
rive arrive on the Isthmus from Eng England
land England next Monday. Be Is being-
imported by the Grimaldo
Bloodstock Agency, j

lm-the

The Jurado-Fernander
porting firm also expects

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CIANTI ON MOVI
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baseball Giants have completed

their move to San Francisco bag
baggage and even turnstiles.
Thre semi-trailers completed an
eight-day trip from New York

Wednesday with desks, file cabi-i
acts, trophy esses, bats, gloves,
ticket dispensers and turnstiles.
MR. UNIVIRSC WINS
TEHERAN, Iraa (UP) The!
Russians msy have run off with!
the team title but Tommy Eono
of Sacramento, Calif., won the
most individual gold medals in the
world welght-lifticg champion championships.
ships. championships. Kono, who won the middle middleweight
weight middleweight title Monday, was named
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BARDO-No 28 "B" Street a MORRISON 4th ef Jul Ave. A i St LEWIS

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VAN-DER-JIS se Street No IB FARMACIA EL BATURRO Pa.qoe Lefevre

the Bella VIsU Theatre. COLON:
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 2-door,
6-cyl., good tires, radio and
heater, standard shift, excellent
condition, $750. Apt. 0277-A,
Gamboa. Phone 6430.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet Yl
ton pick-up truck Y-8, long bed,
watherproof fop, radio. Call Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Roosevelt. Thomas Lockie.
For sale or swap for pick-up V5
ton Chevrolet or Ford, 1949
Hudson car 6 cylinders, perfect
condition, 4 new tires, $250. 00.
Gatun 223-B. Phona 5-557.
FOR SALE: 1939 Pontiac, 4
door Sedan, radio $85.00 cash.
Call Gamboa 6-259.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick con condition
dition condition fair. Radio. Duty Paid.
Phone 2-2624 Panama or 2 2-3717
3717 2-3717 Balboa.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1953
four door Sedan, d'uty paid, pow power
er power glide. Formerly Jerry Evans car
$750 Walter Smith, around
clubhouse or telephone Panama
3-2957.
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson, 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan. Price $200.00. Call
Mrs. Peery, Hotel Tivoli.
new canon
CAMBHAa
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
t
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Panama N. Torb Col6n
LIFE INSURANCE
call
aiDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar i.,tfe Ins. Co.
for rates and loXormatlon.
Tel. Panama t-HSSt
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
SAN JOSE EXCURSION
Nov. 28 Dec. 1
All Expense Tour for $65.00
FIDANQUE
TRAVEL SERVICE
Tel. 2-1.661
'Dedicated' Lads
Key To Amherst's
Unbeaten Season
AMHERST, Mass. (UP) A
'dedicated" group of lads who
!"love to block and tackle" is the
key to unbeaten, untied Amherst's
success this season.
The b a c k-to-the-fundamentals
campaign has earned the Lord
Jeffs to seven straight victories
and the title of New England's to
small college team.
Amherst, which ends its season
against "Little Three" opponent
Williams Saturday, reigns as the
area's sole entry boasting a per perfect
fect perfect record. Williams, also unde undefeated,
feated, undefeated, shows a tie with unbeaten
Tufts.
"There are two reasons why
we've been able to do su well this
year," said Amherst coach John
Mc Laughry. "One is that we had
, a pretty fair team last year com composed
posed composed largely of sophomores and
! juniors. They've come along this
' season with that extra year of ex experience.
perience. experience. "But, more important, they
seem to love to block and tackle.
The boys do both better than any
other team I've had. And they are
the most dedicated group I've had.
IThey really get out and work."
The hard work witii the empha

sis on the basic components has
paid off handsomely for Amherst.
It has rolled up 264 points against
only 40 by the opposition. Its hard-,
hitting line hat held the opponents
to an average of 150 yards gained
per game while itf fleet backs
have piled up 415 yards per game.
"We're not a spectacular team,
with long runs 'end such." said
Mc Laughry, who ouarterbacked
and captained Brown in 1P39. "But
i we concentrate on bU possession.
This ks allowed us to control
most of th garnet.".
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AOVNTS OROUR OFriCES AT
Loiter, Plaia CASA ZALDO-Cenlral

nuusr.rioi.u kxuhanuk J re oe
Central Avenue 12,165 Tel. 432
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Deluxe GE automa automatic
tic automatic clotheji washer, like new,
$100. Phone 86-3143.
Getting ready for the holidays?
Then ry our permanent!, $7.50
to $12.50. Exclusively for ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. Call Diablo Beauty
Shop. Phona 2-1322.
FOR SALE: 21-inch Admiral
'console TV, 60 cycles; V hp.
washing machine motor, 25 cy cycles.
cles. cycles. Call Ft. Clayton 87-6186.
FOR SALE: Winter coats, lady'i
Camels hair size 14, $35.00.
Man't 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.
Bargains.
FOR SALE: Special sale today
until November 30 on all, our
many splendored things, gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous Oriental novelties etc.
Lum's Ave. J. Frco. de la Ossa
40 (Auto row.) Reduced 30.
FOR SALE: Outstanding selec selection
tion selection of choice U. S. and European
Christmas ornaments, decorations
and Rights for homes, stores,
clubl and organization. American
Supply Co. "J" St. 13-06.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
ClayccV building blocks, 4"x12"
x 12". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco fr Alfareria, S.
A., Via Espana No. 37-40.
Phona 3-0160.
FOR SALE: "Chicago" skates;
subcases; piano; blackboard
i toys'! iothes; watches; misceU 1
farraol. 1308-B. Las Cruces, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. ..
FOR SALE: Refrigerator. 25
cycle $60, large radio $40.
phonograph $25, 25-60 cycla
converter $20. Balboa 2-2305.
Only One Thing
John David Crow
Cannot Do Well
COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (UP)
John David Crow's coach says
there's only one thing the awe awesome
some awesome Aggie from Texas AaM
can't do well.
"He's not a good punter," coach
Paul (Bear) Bryant said, "but he
could do that very well too before
I got hold of him."
Bryant made the latter remark
in somewhat of a jocular vein, but
the stern Aggie taskmaster seldom
savs nnvthine ha rlnpsn't feel rieen-
ly, even if the words are accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a smile or a chuckle.
Bryant feels so strongly about
the abilities of his 214-pound dou double
ble double duty terror that he says if
Crow doesn't win- the coveted
Heisman Trophy "whether we win
another game or not they ought
to quit giving it."
Crow will carry the burden Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon when Texas Aa
barges into Rice at Houston fully
determined to sew jp their second
straight Southwist Conference
Championship and the automat automatic
ic automatic host role for the New Year's
Day Cotton Bowl classic in Dallas.
He has repeatedly come' up with
the key clutch plays on defense
all season the timely intercep interception
tion interception or the jarring tackle that
shakes opposing ball carries loose
from the ball.
In this connection, it will be in interesting
teresting interesting to see how pass-happy
Rice and its great King Hill are
against the Aggie aerial defense
that has intercepted 14 enemy
passes, kept anyone from scoring
through the air and allowed rival
passers only a 36 per cent com completion
pletion completion average. ''.- i
Sports Briefs
APPROVE RUSSO F'GHT
'Fw vnpir MTP.. The' New
York State Athletic Commission
has approved a widely televised I
10 round welterweight bout next i
Mondav night between Danny Rus-1
so of Brooklyn and Eddie Rosso i
of New York at St. Nicholas i
Arena. v ,
COACH ON VEND J
SOUTH BEND. Ini. (UP-
Hank Stram, offensive backfield
coach of the Notre Oame football
team, was reD0rte1 In food condi
tion today at St Joseph's Hospi-1
ta i. stram underwent ai pperiuon
Wednesday for ppeodicitil

BTREET, PANAMA LtBREKl A PEECI ADO T Btreet A.iPILoAI!
Ave. 45 LOURDK8 PHARMACV-182 l-Carrasjullle 'M"J W

SERV1CK Ave. TfvoU No. 4 e FAHMACIA ebiaimjb """""rf" Vl km aria

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: 4 burner apart apartment
ment apartment siza gas stove, almost new.
Best offer, call Curundu 4175.
FOR SALE: Dininr ''room set,' 4
chairs, small buffet $50. Phone
3-5494.
FOR SALE: Rugs, cotton loop,
turquoise, 15'xl2' and 9'x12',
both $25.00. Large rounds coffee
table $5.00. .House 6243, Bo Bo-queron
queron Bo-queron Street, Lea Riot. Phona
2-3365.
FOR SALE: 912 cu. ft. West West-inghouse
inghouse West-inghouse refrigerator, 25 cycle.
$90.00. Call Balboa 3416 or
0432-L, Frangipani St., Ancon.
It's A White One'
Mamie Exclaims
As Turkey Arrives
WASHINGTON) Nov. 15 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Eisenhower family's Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving turkey Was delivered to the
White House today in a red, white
and blue crate.
Mrs. Eisenhower; taking over
one of the President's traditional
roles, stepped out on. the portico
to accept the 40-pound white
gohbler from the National Turkey
Federation and the Poultry and
Egg National Board.
"Oh. my, a whi'e one." Mrs.
Eisenhower exclaimed as she
spotted the bird. She told feder federation
ation federation President Trevor L. Jones
that "we all hope to go up to
the farm" at Gettysburg, Pa., for
Thanksgiving dinner.
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AIR SPRINGS for 14 makes of automobiles, tracks and buses
are manufactured at Firestone's Airide plant at Noblesvllle,
Indiana. Thousands of rubber springs are turned out daily
at the Indiana plant site to make it the center of iHe new
air suspension industry. The new system will be listed as
optional equipment on most 1958 model cars Adyt.

"MOHAWK"
Exciting and realistic film fare, release iomorrow in
weekend attractions at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre.

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"MOHAWK" A lerensl of theIreejaols, release tomor-,
orw, Sunday and Monday at the "DRIVE-IN" .Theatre, Is
an authentic and exciting chapter from actual history, por portraying,
traying, portraying, the courageous efforts of American pioneers to
civilie tho deadly Mohawk Valley In what U Bow New
Tork State. f ;
Experts on this era. ia American history arc applaud applauding
ing applauding the Widevision action thriller, photographed in gorge gorgeous
ous gorgeous Eastman color, as a ylrldly accurst accoung of on of
. the most violent incidents It our nation' past.
The stars ef "MOHAWK" are Scott Brady, Rita Gam
end Neville Brand, and two of Hollywood's loveliest ae ae-trtMca
trtMca ae-trtMca tori Nelaoa and Allison Hayer r east ta eo-star-rinf
roles. Advt.

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Boats & Motors
FOR SALt: 21 -ft. cabin cruis cruiser
er cruiser "Vivace" No. 1 060 with
Chrysler 125-hp. engine, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. For further infor information
mation information callPanama 2-1840 or
contact Prima at Balboa Yacht
Club.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Farms and houses
in Capira. See Mr. Dominguai in
Capira.
FOR SALE. A farm located 3
minutes from Capira town. About
10 hactareat of land, with two
houses in excellent livable condi conditions.
tions. conditions. Wall, electric plant and
complete installations for a
chicken farm; plenty water- and
cattle feed. Adequate facilities
for pigs. Phona for appointment
Panama 2-2110 morning, 2 2-2479
2479 2-2479 2-1 3 3 7-afternoons.
Akins Gets $30,000
Vince Martinez Bout
Offer For January
NEWARK, N.J. (UP) Promo
ter Willie Gilzenberg announced to.
day he had offered Virgil Akins
$30,000 to fight Vince Martinez in
a welterweight elimination 12
rounder early In January.
The fight would be staged at
one of the big armories in Newark
or Paterson, N.J.
Akins of St. Louis and Martinez
of Paterson were among the six
contender-named by the world
boing;;:jcominittee Nov. 1 to com
pete m a tournament tor tne va
cant "149-pound crown..
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Domestic Employment
WANTED ; Experienced house house-keepet,
keepet, house-keepet, cook and laundress for
medium siaa family. Salary to
match ability. Must sleep in. Ap Aptly,
tly, Aptly, with references to 45th St.:
No. 3, after 6 p.m. i
WANTEDS U. Maid, general
houseworks, live in, one child,
English speaking, references.
Call 3-7755.
WANTED frTwo day work a
weak for my competent maid.
Phone 2-1 (03 offer 5. .,
WANTED TO RENTJ bed,
room house, in Cangrejo, Bella
Vista area, responsible American
family. Tel. 2-1266.
.WANTED TO BUY: Two wheel
boat trailer or trailer parts, out outboard
board outboard 10 to 25 h. p., half or
three quarter electric drill,
electric hammer, carpenter tools
skillsaw, 20 inch or larger band band-saw,
saw, band-saw, jointer,, small diesel to 60
h.p., single or double shotgun.
83-6230. .
Security Inhibits
Science, Ballistic
ExDert Points Out
NEW YORKt' Nov. 15 (UP)-An
Army ballistic missiles expert said
today that security regulations re result,
sult, result, in "an inhibiting influence on
scientific development' in the
United States.
Dr. Gilford G. Quarles. scientific
and technical consultant to the
Army Ballistic Agency at Red
stone Arsenal, Ala., said that "se "security
curity "security restrictions must be kept
to a minimum commensurate with
essential national security."
Quarles, speaking at a lunch of
the Society of Technical writers
and Editors of America, said that
many scientific breakthroughs
came from a thorough correlation
of -many bity of knowledge.
'There is no question in the
mind of anyone thata security
classification, xoupled? with a re-
strlctionHof access: fo Classified in-.
lormautmxjias an; innioiung lnnu-1
ence on scientific development,"
Quarles said. l -
Great Outdoors
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4 What hunter
' seek '. ',,
8 Kind of road
12 Baba
13 Foot part
4 Biblical poem
5 Italian capital
6 Evader
7 Assent
8 Woody plant
& Passage in the
brain
14 Shoshonean
16 Nick
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15 French lily f suffixes -UOutdoon
spoi U'Newspaper
for instance
exeeutiv
18 Added
20 Missiles
21 Shade tree
22 Heroic
24 Hypocrisy
26 Spoiled child
27 Expire :'
30 Ester of
oleic acid
32 Makes serloui
34 Fright
35 Sea god
36 Worni
37 Wagon
39Cornbread
40 Baseball's
Willie
19 Place of-
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23 Doughy
24 Dove's home
25 Brown
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42 Unclaimed v
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45 Outdoor shoes
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52 Ireland
53 Opera tie solo4
54 Greek letter
55 Bard ;,V
56 Kind of wood
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experienced.' accountant,: lieceissaiy nave
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SEARS ROEBUCKS:

Tiroli Ave., Panama

SERVICES

3-minute car wash $1, steam
1 cleaning of motor $5,' waxing of 1
can $6. Auto-Bano, Trans-lstk
mien Highway near Sears.
FREE Television Pick-up and
delivery service during the toonta 'i
of November. .hone U. S. Tela Tela-vision,
vision, Tela-vision, Panama 3-7607 for fact
service. '' i ?..
Tho best dlnrmri and drinks
are served in our modern sir-
conditioned cafeteria grill and
bar. Hotel International "Pit "Pit-aa
aa "Pit-aa i do Mayo. f
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
Lesson
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenager Prateens
Balboa. 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn.
SOCIETY NAMES LODGE
UNITED NATT'rWs HTP Tt.
Congressional Medal of Honor So Society
ciety Society has hamed U.S. Ambassador
Henry Cabot I-odge as the recipi-,
ent of its first scroll citation in
recognition of "His cnnlrihiitinn tn
the furtherance of American lead leadership
ership leadership in international affairs."
LiOage, permanent U.b. represent representative
ative representative to the United Nations, re receives
ceives receives the award fntlav at iht TT S
General Assembly building. The
society Is made up of men who
have received the Congressional -Medal
of Honor.
IT WASN'T SO HARD
DENVER CTIPV Tn.varjM

Patty McNally- of Denver picked
17 of 20 games correctly In the
weekly Rocky Mountain News
football contest to join fiVe men'
in winning, the award this week.
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it.AH ,y.ou 40 is, Jmnrk some of
the' scmsres'i on' one side of the
coupon and then some on the other
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Would Be Fought Out On American Continent

?T MOSCOW, Nov. 15 (UP) Nikita Khrushchev today claimed that the Soviet Union has won absolute world
'brocket and missile superiority and warned the next war would be "fought on the American continent," with
Europe possibly left "& veritable cemetery."
The Soviet party chief expended freely today on world problems as he saw them and made these major points:
2t" Prospects for preserving world peace "aren't bad" but the possibility cannot be excluded that World War III
jriight be started by "some lunatics."

LaXhcre probablv won't be any rockets to "dispose of bases in -fimmit
meeting with the Westl Blurope, Asia and Africa."

-4 h npar future though he sun it me Amencar3 ooudi oovieij

,int nnp as "the only way out" claims in rocketry.

the East-West impasse.
L.U would be possible lor Rus Rus-stt
stt Rus-stt and the United States alone
to settle major problems in bi-la-4.;.1
n.crntiafions. "II we two a-

.'gree to relax international ten ten-nhpr
nhpr ten-nhpr rountries wont be

offended."

Expressed keen doubt the U U-nited
nited U-nited States has an intercontinen

tal ballistic missiie.
' -Said the first rocket launched
4sy the Soviet Union "hit the bullu bullu-"j)vt"
"j)vt" bullu-"j)vt" and Russia could now use

JFuneral Services
Monday Morning
-frr Mrs. Walsh
'funeral services for Mrs. Eli-
jfabeth F. Walsh, Supervisory Ac Accountant
countant Accountant in the Supply Division,
&ho died at 9 a.m. yesterday morn morn-Sne
Sne morn-Sne at Gorgas Hospital, wiU be
Uield Monday, Nov. 18, at 10 a.
Hi. in the Curundu Prostestant
fChiJrch.
11 be conduced

t.h Miltnn K Leidic; and intern

!Lt fnllow at Corozal Ce-

.JllISO
Hoetary. ,.
J.JMrs. Walsh, who lived on Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson Place in Balboa, had been
4n ill health for some time and
(entered Gorgas .Hospital on Oct.
4th. She was 48 Vears old.
A native of Brentwood, New
Hampshire, he came to the Isth-
v mus in 1939 when her husband,
Mollis 0. Walsh, was employed in
the Special Engineering! Division.
She was first employed a sales sales-woman
woman sales-woman in the Clubhouse, now Set Set-Vice
Vice Set-Vice Center Division in June 1940.
r of her service has been with
the same unit. She was transfer-led-
to accounting work with the
Divlson in 1948 and became Su Supervisory
pervisory Supervisory Accountant a few years
later. i
. In addition to her husband, ol
-Mia mi. Florida, who is presently1
tm the Isthmus, Mrs. Walsh is
survived, by I son. Charles E.
;VW. f Balboa.
I Veather Or Not I

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"'tt hours ending 8 a.m. today,
) 1m prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorolo-,
, Meteorolo-, epical and Hy d rogr a p h 1 c
Branch of the Panama Canal
Company:

Balboa Cristobal

in rocketry, ici s nave a

Inoarpfiil rnrkfit contnst iust like a

rifle shooting match and they'll
see for themselves."
Said that a third World War

would not necessarily mean the
end of mankind but that it would
mean the death of capitalism and
the triumph of Communism.

No Name Naming' Yet

(Continued from Pace 1)

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RAIN (inches) .09
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V High
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10:56 p.m.

Low
4:15 a.m.
4:40 p.m.

NY Stale Cops Nab
60 Hoods, Hoodlums
Al Hilltop Barbecue
APALACHIN, N.Y.. Nov. 15 -(UP)
State Police Hushed no

torious gangster Vito Genovese and
more than 60 other "hoods and
racketeers from all over the coun country"
try" country" from a mountain-top barbe barbecue
cue barbecue here yesterday, set' a" road roadblock
block roadblock aeainst their escape and

questioned them throughout t h e
night.

State Police Sgt. Edgar Croswell

said they were "a good cross-section
of the nation's hoodlums."
Thev told police, who hauled them

out of some 25 new black limou

sines, that they'd been calling on
a sick friend Joseph Barbera,
head of an Endicott, N.Y., bev beverage
erage beverage distributing firm, who has
beat four indictments lor murder,
federal tax agents also took

part in the questioning. Ponce
said none of the men was armed

phut all carried large amounts of

cash, up to $10,000.
In addition to Genovese, boss
of a dozen rackets and said to be
so hieh in crime that the gives

orders to Frank Costello, the vis-

tiog hoodlums include Joseph
Profaci of Brooklyn reputed to
be an elder statesman of the Ita,-

lian Mafia or 31ack Hand" so

ciety, Vincent Rao of Yonkers,
another long-reputed top gangster,
and Louis Santos, of Havana, Cu Cuba,
ba, Cuba, who told police he was man manager
ager manager of the Sans Souci Hotel there
and had just flown up for the
day.
Vienna Matron Gels

Suspended Sentence

For Fib About Age
VIENNA, Nov. 15 (UP) A

Viennese society matron received
an eight-dav suspended jail sen sentence
tence sentence today for exercising a
woman's prerogative. She took the
liberty of "reducing" her age by
five years.
"It was only my vanity," she
told a court whei asked to explain
the obvious falsification of her age
on a passport and other legal
documents.
The gallant judge, who refused
to reveal the woman's name or
age, sentenced her to eight days
in prison and then released her
in custody of two grown-np sons.

REWARD
(No Questions Asked)

For the return of yaluablc

'documents belonging to Mr,

iCar! L. Mollne lost in the

vienlty of El Chorrlllo near
i Swift & Co. Please return if

found to Mr. Moline at Ma

nuel Maria Icasa St. No. 7,1

Panama. Tel. 3-6273.

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authorities may nave been a-

fraid that Miro's presence
would have had some political
effect on the proceedings.
The defense lawyer also declar declared
ed declared that none of the reports by the
foreign investigators who came to
Panama shortly after the assas

sination had been included in tne

files of the case.

He added that a defense request
for the Panama government to

ask for copies of the reports sub

mitted by these investigators to
their own governments also had

been ignored.
Yesterday, P.alacios revived
the theory that American Irving
Martin Lipstein had murdered
President Remon for a narcotics
ring which wanted the President
removed.
Both Palacios ami Miro's spokes spokesman,
man, spokesman, Rodriguez Emiliani, contend contended
ed contended yesterday that the assassina assassination
tion assassination was probably carried out by
political groups, who considered
Remon a tyrant and dictator who
planned to perpetuate himself in
power.
Emiliani called it a political

crime ana saia tne real causes
of the assassination went back to
the days when Remon was chief
of National guard, which shot and

crippled a student during a dem

onstration, clashed with the follow

ers of twice-President Arnulfo A A-rias
rias A-rias and later ousted Arias from
the Presidency on May 10, 1951.

Palacios described all the de

fendants as honorable persons. He
declared Rodolfo St. Malo, the
socially prominent businessman
charged with being an 'accessor

lo the assassination, is not an a a-ristocrat
ristocrat a-ristocrat as special prosecutor Ro Ro-mulo
mulo Ro-mulo Escobar Bethancourt said

yesterday, but a man who had
worked his way up, in the world
and o.ten shunned of "forgot" a a-bout
bout a-bout official Junctions.
He added that St. Malo was
probably pleased over the fact
that this .was1 the final phase of
"a long martyrdom."
A racial 'issued was injected In Into
to Into the trial today as Palacios
poiated out to the jury" that Pro Prosecuting
secuting Prosecuting Attorney Francisco Alva Alva-rado
rado Alva-rado Jr. reserved special deroga derogatory
tory derogatory names for Negro defendant
Alfonso F. Hvams.

Palacios, defense lawyer for al alleged
leged alleged assassin Ruben O. said that
Hyams is the only one of the sev

en aeiendants referred to as "a

slave and "a serf" by the "al

most Nordic" Alvarad. Palacios
attributed this to the fact that

nyams is a Neero.

The defense attorney referred to
Hyams as a hard working man
who was able to have a success success-ful
ful success-ful automobile repair shop despite

the obstacles encountered by low lowly
ly lowly colored people.
Miro's lawyer spoke In measur measured
ed measured tones to the jury as the trial
went into its 26th day with the
galleries packed with spectators.
This contrasted greatly with the

attendance at the trial during the
open addresses of Alvarado and
the two special prosecutors in the

case.

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WALKER TANKS of the 2nd Platoon, Tank Company, 20th Infantry! 'together; with" their' 'well-trained Ww L'h
gpectlon. Soon the regimental crest of the famous 34th Armor will decorate' he powjrfuj vehicles. crew,, form for In

Tunisia President
Hails Delivery
Of Arms From US

TUNIS, Nov. 15 (UP) Presi

dent Habib Boureuiba of Tuni

sia hailed today the delivery of
American and British arms to
his country as a historic step
that may help bring peace to Algeria.

The French educated hut

fiercely nationalist, leader ad addressed
dressed addressed his nation over -the ra radio
dio radio six hours after the arrival of
the first plane load of western
arms was airlifted to Tunis,

tusnig, a crisis in ained rela relations.
tions. relations. Bourguiba, 54, whose country
shook off 74 years of French
controls 18 months ago, de-i
clared:
"America will not remain deaf
forever to to justice.
"If we. know how to be grate grateful,
ful, grateful, then we will be able to

cnange tne course of the history

vi iNorm Ainca.

we are auiy-Douna to en encourage
courage encourage America in her present
orientation which caji help the

3uuliuu' ui wie Aienan proo
lem."

Texan Child Genius
Discovers Town
Sife Of San Jacinto

Russian Col. Abel

Gels 30 Years, Fine,
Of $8,000'As Spy
NEW YOftK, Nov. 15 (UP)-

federal judge today sentenced

Russian Col. Rudolf Ivanovich

Abel to 30 years in prison and

?8,000 in nnes for his nine-year
career as a Soviet master spy in

the United States.'
The 55-year-old Soviet milita

ry intelligence officer was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced by Federal Judge Morti
mer W. Byers. Abel had indicat indicated
ed indicated privately that he expectec!

the maximum penalty of death

lor, peacetime espionage.

Instead, Judge Byers sentenc

ed him to 30 years and $5,000 on
the first count of the indict indictment,
ment, indictment, 10 years and $2,000 on the

second count, arid five years and

$1,000 on the third. The prison

terms are to run concurrently.

Abel, regarded as the most

important Russian spy ever ar

rested In this country, will be

sent either to the federal prison
at Atlanta, Ga., or the one at

Fort Leavenworth.

Green and bellow fiarily
In Kobbes Kaleidoscopic CoJorL:Sch$m'e

Glosses hove o lot to do with a
person's vision especially if you
empty too many of them. cm

LMu .M -!today-

1:00, 2:50, 4:45, 7:00, 9:15 p.m.

IT WILL SHOCK
YOU OUT OF
YOUR SEAT!

Eva Marie Saint
Don Murray
Anthony Franciosa
Uoyd Nolan
Buddy Adter
Fred Zinnemarm
, Scrtenplij fey
Michael Vwcente Gaizo
v4 Aifrfed Hayes

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Rehearing Granted

For Thrill Killer
Nathan Leopold

SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Nov. 14 rTT

The Illinois Pardon and Parole
Board today grante l 1924 "thrill
killer" Nathan Leopold a rehear rehearing
ing rehearing of his plea for freedom from
a lifetime in orison.

The board, by a split vote.

agreed to hear Leopold's bid for
a parole next February in State State-ville
ville State-ville Penitentiary, the pris prison
on prison where he has spent the last 33
years.
The decision meant new hope
for Leopold, who only last July
was denied executive clemency
by Illinois Gov. William G. Strat-

ton.

At the time. Stratton indicated

he wanted Leopold to seek free

dom by asking for Darole rather

than clemency.

Parole Board Chairman Frank

lin IF. Streansky emphasized that
freedom for Leopold is far from
assured, t'ven the decision to
grant a rehearing was not shared
by all members of the five-man

Iviard, Streansky said.
Leopold, 52, is possibly the most
notorious convict now behind bars
in the United States. His autobio autobiographical
graphical autobiographical life story is being serial serialized
ized serialized in newspapers and a play
based on his crime is a hit on
Broadway.
Leopold and Richard Loeb, both
brilliant university students and

scions of rich Chicago families,
kidnaped and murdered 14-year-

old Bobby Franks.
The Franks boy was killed with
a chisel blow and his hody was
dumped in a culvert on Chicago's
outskirts. Ace detective work pin pinpointed
pointed pinpointed the killers sad only an
eloquent plea from criminal law lawyer
yer lawyer ClareiK-e Darrow raved them
from the electric chair.
They were sentenced to 99 years
in prison. Loeb was slashed to
death in a penitentiary brawl.
Leopold got bis first chance at
freedom when et-Gov. Adlai E.
Stevenson commuted his term to
85 years as a reward for actin
as a human guinea pig in World
War II malaria experiments. Thi.
made him eligible for parole, and
he asked for freedom ia 19S2.

HOUSTON, Tex. (UP) A pre precocious
cocious precocious pint-sized historian is

mting eyebrows among gather gatherers
ers gatherers of Texiana, but what she
really wants is to grow ,up In a

nurry ana puy a luxury automo automobile.
bile. automobile. Twelve-year-old Christine Ray.

something of a child genius, took

an interest in Texas historv a

bout a year ago. Since then, she's
gathered files tracing back over
6,000 original Texas families

and has made several important
findings.

Recently, residents of what

they considered Lynchburg were
amazed, when Christine disclos disclosed,
ed, disclosed, and proved, that they were

livine on the old foreotten town

site of San Jacinto.

Christine has astounded oeo-

ple since the age of two.

Her rather, Alvln Ray. a dup-

peteer, was dancinar two uuDDets

one in each hand shortly aft after
er after Christine's second birthday
when he discovered his audi

ence s attention was being dls
tracted.

ne investigated. There was

Christine off on the side oner

ating three puppets, not a mean

teat even lor an expert puppet
eer.

At the age of seven Christine
had saved enough money to buy

a portable typewriter. She taught

herself to type in two weeks.

She also was attracted to math

ematics and Could work; prob problems
lems problems out in her tousled head
while others were struggling
with paper and pencil.
She's had a personal checking
and savings account for the
past five years, and operates her

own garden within a nursery

business the family also runs.
She vdoesn't know, yet, what

she wants to be when she grows

rsr Kids'

Tutor Offers Advice
On labor Racketeers

WASHINGTON (UP) An ex-

college professor who tutored the
sheltered children of underworld

leaders, including the son of Al

bert Anastasia, offered today to

lecture Senate investigators on
how to deal with labor racketeers.

Senate Rackets Committee coun

sel Robert F. Kennedy said C.
Don Modica, a former New York
University philosophy professor,
would bring along a "thesis" on
legislation to curb rackets when
called to the witness stand. But
Kennedy made no promises to let

Modica read it.

Visitors to Fort Kobbe today
saw the return of the traditional
green and yellow colors of armor
to the Panama area when the
present Tank Company, 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry shed its blue infantry trap trappings
pings trappings in ceremonies marking the
unit's reactivation as D Company
(Walker), 34th.Armor. ;
Under the Army's new regimen

tal system, the Fort Kobbe tank tankers
ers tankers became part of the Jst Tank
Battalion, 34th Armor. :

' Although it remains operational

ly attached to the 1st Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, the newly newly-designated,
designated, newly-designated, company's parent bat battalion
talion battalion is assigned W the 4th Infan Infantry
try Infantry Division with headquarters at
Fort Lewis, .Washington.
Commanded by Capt. James H.
Dickson Jr., the light gun tanks of
D Company carry forward a Pa Panama
nama Panama tradition that dates back
through the -33rd Infantry Regi Regiment
ment Regiment and the 23rdReconnaissance
Company to the locally renowned

45th Reconnaissace Battalion.

In assuming its new regimental
designation, the unit adds to its

outstanding Caribbean record the
five battle honors and historical

elorv of the 34th Tank Battalion

from which the new elements of

the 34th Armor have been form

ed.
As nart of the J'Stn Armored

"Victory" Division during World

War II, the 34th compiled a mag.
nificent. combat record in Europe

from its Normandy landing at'lf at'lf-tah
tah at'lf-tah Beach shortly'afr "D Day"
to the farthest point of its ad advance
vance advance across Germany on the
Elbe River just 45 miles from
Berlin in April 1945.
During the course ot this ad advance,
vance, advance, D: Company's- predecessors
took' a major part in some of the
most important victories M the
war,,-including thef closing of the
Argentan-Falaise Gap,' the capture
of Coblenz, the, bloody battle of
the Hurtgen Forest and the liber liberation
ation liberation of Luxembourg.
The unit was, responsible; for
some, of the. longest and most spec spectacular
tacular spectacular advances of the now fa famous
mous famous Third Army in both France
and Germany., ;
Ceremonies today included par par-ticpation
ticpation par-ticpation with the rew" 1st Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, in a ; joint
activation ceremony during the

morning.

Uunng the afternoon D. Compa

Willie Mays Buys
$37,000 House

In While District

Kennedy said the committee this
afternoon also would hear from
Nunzio Squillante brother of
Vincent Squillante who is a chief
target in the investigation of mur murder
der murder and racketeering in metropoli

tan New York's 50 million dollar

a year garbage collecting in

dustry.

Nunzio was pictured in testi

mony Wednesday as wielding .the
"whip" for his brother's trade as-

socation. He allegedly grabbed
the customers of garbage opera

tors who were "judged" out of

line.

Kennedy saidNunzio would he

asked about the operations of his

firm, General Sanitation, along the

plush "miracle mile of shops in

Long island s swank suburbs.

Modica figured in testimony as

the tutor of Albert Anastasia Jr

24-year-old son of the recently

slam racketeer who was known as
the- "executioner" in the New
York underworld.

Paraiso Civil
Defense Will
Meet Monday
The townvof Paraiso will Tiold
its monthly Civil Defense meet

ing on Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m., at
the school. Business for the
evening will be election of offi officers
cers officers for the year 1958.
All members of the Civil De-

up. "Except I want to make a fense Volunteer corps are urged
million dollars fast and buy a to attend and the general public
Cadillac," she said. 's Invited.

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14 (UP)
Outfielder Willie Mays of the
San Francisco Giants, with an as assist
sist assist from the mayor, succeeded to today
day today in buying a home in an all all-white
white all-white community.
The Negro baseball star had

been rebuffed 'earlier when he

agreed to pay the asked" price of

$37,500 for a three-bedroom house

near the swank St. trancis wooo

area. Tne owner, wauer a. ones ones-diloff
diloff ones-diloff said pressure brought by

neighborhood residents had forced
him to reiect Mays' offer.

Mayor George Christopher heard
of the incident and acted quickly.
He invited Mays and bis wife to
stay at his mansion until they
could find suitable quarters. Then

Gnesdiloff, a builder and contract-!
or, reversed his stand and agreed
to sell the house to Mays.

"I'm glad jt's all over," Mays
commented today. He said he nev never
er never had been through anything like

this before.

"But I'm not mad et anyone,

and I dont want to cause any

trouble'V he said.

Mays' wife, Marguerite, who had

on son bv a nrevioLS marriage.

said she lelt 'Very lelieved,'

Earlier she had sain, "Down in

Alabama, where we come from,
you know your place. But up here
it's all a lot of camcuflage.They

grin in your lace ana tnen De Deceive
ceive Deceive you.", -.

Christopher said he felt "aeeo

personal regret at this occurence."

The outfielder and his wife nad

been staying at the home of Dr.
Herbert B. Henderson since the
baseball team was transferred

from New York to San Francisco

at the end of the past aeason.

Sickness, Death

Brings Finale
To Love Story

CHICAGO (UP)-It lasted onlv

six yeargf but Shirley and Donald

woods "baa a beautiful life to

gether," .i ". s.

The romance -of the 'Chippewa
Indian and the x-ray technician he
married ended in St. Marv's Cem

etery Wednesday,? the final chap

ter in a story of love, sickness
and sorrow.

Woods, who came from Fort

Francis, Ont., enlisted in the U. S.
Army when he was 17 years old.

He returned from She Battle of
the Bulge carrying shrapnel
wounds that forced him to spend

most of his time m Hines Veter

ans Hospital..
He met Shirley Goss at an ice

rink one day, and their romance
blossomed into marriage in 1951.
Later, Woods lost one luna and

contracted tuberculosis in the
other. v A. year ago, Ms wife was
stricken with Hodgkin's disease. ;
Woods. '31,., was at Hines Sun Sunday
day Sunday when he was notified that his
wife died in Edgewater Hospital.
He died of a heart attack a short

time' later. .'

Their 4-year-old ?on. Dale, didn't

go to the funeral. Wednesday. His
grandparents just told him his
mother and father wouldn't be

coming back.
"Trouble dogged their lives," a
friend said "but they idolized
each other ..They had a beautiful
life together." f

A. brief (ceremony was conduct conduct-ed
ed conduct-ed at ) which congratulatory mes mes-sages
sages mes-sages .and. appropriate remarka
were made and the unit's history
and newly acquired honor were
reviewed. ..
.! mrP?ny. resume its mis mission
sion mission of Infantry support and be begin
gin begin a .rigorous- training schedule
designed to vied tiash 'and g"
mor to the mission of the 20th
Infantry men.'.
America living
On Volcano's Edge,
Warns Billy Graham

HOLLYWOOD (UP) Evange Evange-list
list Evange-list .(Billy Graham warned Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night that America is "living
on the edge of a volcano"- in
probably history's most danger dangerous
ous dangerous hour." .
Graham who was honored tt a
testimonial dinner and on th
This Is Your Life" television
snow, declared during his stay
here that "America had ktt.

get on God'r side and get theri
quick." -
The handsome. evangelist ar.
rived in Los AflgelcS by plane
Wednesday to Confer with nffiVii

of a Hollywood religious film
firm. He was walking with

cane as a result of an iniiirv mf.

fered when he was hutted by a
bad-tempered ram on his North
Carolina farm f our weeks ago.
Graham said he was taken by -sumrisA
hv th TV hn ht.i,

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depicted his past life and called 1
together relatives and friends.
Several v movie person? lities, ini
eluding Roy Rogers. IJala Evnns.

Jimmy Stewart and Carol Chan Chan-nmg,.
nmg,. Chan-nmg,. attended JJie show. V
Following his arrival here, Gra Graham
ham Graham admonished that Americans
must i not be soft and "morally
decadent." 1
"World conditions are making
people think more .than ever and
Christ is the answer to the world's

problems and to individual prob prob-lems,"
lems," prob-lems," he declared. 'This is an
era of fear and danger, a terrible
danger of annihilation.' and wt

can't go about with business as
usual or pleasure s usual."
Graham came here from San
Francisco where he had been

mapping plans for a six-week "re

vival at the Cow Palace there,
beginning next April 27. Before
that, he will visit Minneapolis and

tne carmnean areas.
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WEEKEND

Bodies Indicate Stratocruisef May
Have Exploded, Or Lost P ropel ler

HONOLULU. Nov. 15 (UP)

The mute evidence of 17 bodies

and bits of charred debris from

the Pad American stratocruiser

"Romance of the Skies" pointed

today to an explosion or lots Of a

propeller as the cause of the

piane s plunge into the Pacific

(van 44 persons aboard.

The bodies and flotsam were

recovered yesterday in a 33-square-mile
area 1.040 miles northeast of
Hawaii by a search armada of 20

ships and 65 planes. ,.

Searchers eomhed the area fur

ther for Ua bodies ei the 27

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sons still missing and for clues

to why the plane went down Nov.
8 without sending a distress mes message
sage message while flying from San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco to Hawaii.
; -Navy
medical officers said 12 of
the recovered bodies had life
jackets and all were shoeless, in indicating
dicating indicating that the passengers had
been warned to take ditcbinf pre

cautions in advance cf the crash.

The victim died of multiple
fractures and other injuries, eith

er immediately on impact or with

in the hour, the officers said.

The evidence of the boraed

wreckage added to a growing be belief
lief belief that an engine may" have ex exploded
ploded exploded or a runaway prop; may
have hurtled through the plane's
fuselage. In either case, control
and communications wires .may
have hare been severed. j;
; Civil Aeronautics Board experts
emphasized that the solution ef
the crash may hinge on how much
wreckage can he recovered.'
So far mail, seat coshions and
other materials have been found,
but no part ef "the fuselage, A na navy
vy navy spokesman akt "some mate material!
rial! material! showed evidence fir"

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