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.' V AN INDEPENDENT. fH' t
AN INDEPENDENT MltY NEWSPAPER
: 'Iet tA people know the truth and the country isr$afe" Abraham Lincoln,
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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, NOVEMBER W, 1957
United Fund Agencies
, I Asking; $3645,
Since Its establishment In
1947, tat Canal Zone Interna International
tional International Boy Scouts has frownto
a record enrollment of over 700
registered In Cob Scouts, Boy
Scoots, and Explorer stroma.
;-, Stressing training in char character
acter character building and physical fit fitness
ness fitness for the young people of
the Latin American communi communities,
ties, communities, the program has the ac active
tive active cooperation of over 280 a a-duK
duK a-duK leaders.
2 Aboard Albrook
In Brazil Takeoff
Two persons aboard: 'an Albrook
Air Force Base aircraft were in
jured yesterday morning at Bar
rreiras. Brazil, when the C-47 ex
perienced landing gear failure dur
ing takeoff. -.
An Air Force civilian employe
from the U. S. wan' seriously in injured
jured injured and Lt.- Col John C. B-11.
Jr., director of installations, Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command at Albrook,
received a minor knee. injury, it
was reported. B th men were air
evacuated to Rio where they are
The plane carrying seven, pas
sengers and a crew of five was
taking off fr6tn the 8arre:ras Air'
rinrt 850 miles north of Rio at
10:15 a.m yesterday when the, in J
c:dent occurred. i
The group had left Albrook
Thursday morning for Rir de Ja Janeiro
neiro Janeiro where they were to .' advise
the Brazilian Air Vnrce on engi engineering
neering engineering matters
Ths it the first tccideni involv involving
ing involving an Albrook aircraft in" over
two years, during wiik-h time the
Caribbean Air Command lodged o o-yer
yer o-yer 3,500,000 air safe miles.
The arri'af'the',inured USAF
civilian emnlnve was not' teleased
pcnJii rx,Li., ,t;on of hiS faTiily.
w-A board of oiucers has -: b e n
Appointed to investigate the acci
US Accuses Russia
Cuilduo In Korea
' UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Nov:
18 fUP) The' 'United States
accused 'the Communists today
of a vast military buildup in
North Korea, including the "11 "11-lejtal"
lejtal" "11-lejtal" imoortatipn of more than
700 warplanes. v
U.S Rep. Walter H. Judd
(B-Minn.) madrtte charKfe in
a soeech preoared for delivery
before the General Assembly's
main Political. Committee. -,.
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1 The committeevis considering
an '11 -power, resolution calling
on the Communists to accept
U.N' principles fof the -solution
of the ?c-rearf wroblem. Includ Including
ing Including free elections
v He said he'' Communists
"willfully ; ignored? the, provi provisions
sions provisions ojf the .armistice.,:.;
"At the "present." 'time the
Ttnlted Nations command has
etPhllsJefl that iwro' than 700
ro"Kat-yp a'tcraft;; the ma-A-t.v
o whh ,are the latest
s tne lets. : haye i)ri illegally
infduced into North Korea
"Thev fare now mi th
'rrnntct.M urid Improved
airfields. of ; whfr.h'. were
vMi'ilifn'e rmlstlce was
signed ?J "V ; ;
v tjesides aircraft'' Judd said,
i ."there has been 'a steadv
str-nm of militarv eaulnment,
jnwtnp tAtil", nnnored cars,
"rocket launchers, -howltwrs,
,v.-vv mprtur nd hevv rtll rtll-'
' rtll-' ler,' flowlnw Into Tfforth Knra
ptrint h- torWi of the armls armls-tl
tl armls-tl sTeement. . ..
p coms.rlf Toro
The Panama veniment
announced at rn'ddav that
flood in the Previace f Be-
i cat del Tore had create a
itnation where rlah-
;ing and rirnra are" needed hf
', th nnniilmri. .'
A snokeman for the Prei Prei-'
' Prei-' denria, said the United State
F"aT had keen contacted
" with the reaaent that a eM-:
.copter be famished t aid In
(.wwtfnf toppiiff'te flod
Saved In PC
Abe Lincoln of Gamboa, a drill
er withi the Dredging I'lvision,
and his family set sail' yesterday
for. Barro Colorado ifiand, never
expecting to get back home so
As the little 12-fot. boat reached
the middle of the Canal channel
yesterday shortly af er noon, she
hit a log and turned over.
Occupants of the vessel, Abe
his wile Winnie and 'heir son
John, donned Mae Wests and
"hung on for their 'fe
Kecalline .her unexpected sea
venture today, Mrs. Lincoln shiv
ered as she said:
"That's what saved ui thou
preservers,' or wa urely would
A passing Greek freighter, A
mar,-spotted the trio about an
hour j after they were thrown into
the water. A Mteboat was out
down for them and the rescued
Lincolns were given not coffee
with a little? brandy.
"They ;were wonderful to us,"
said the spunky Gamboan house'
wife,, "they were ready to iced, us
and give- us drv clothes, but
Canal launch came by to take
us off about then."
The shib I vas 'about 10 miles
from- Gamboa when the? Lincolns
were put aboard and cropped off
TodaV Mrs.: Lincoln said that
they hadltll "been t'ylne te
Iniopi .cool, calm and- collected"
during the ordeal; hut that if It
had lasted --eny longer -they
Would have -been in sad shape.
The freighter picked up their
outboard motor which will be. sal
vaged. The couple had just
bought tne boat (whicli still nas
no name) several weeks ago i for
week-end jaunts, fhey had' no in
surance, she said.
, "There'i big beautiful hole In
the bottom," the di-illerV wfie
aid today "but at least t h o
, boat can be saved."
According to Mrs. Lincoln, their
next move is io nave ar t a n k s
put m so that the daner of Sink;
ing will be eliminated ior future
Relaxing at home today, she
said she suffered no ill effects
from, their hour-long dunning ex
cept that her arms and' muscles
were a little sore from hanging
onto the boat. ;'
Sandy-haired son John -.was 'still
all "shook up" today, so he stay
ed home from school. Husband
Abe was back on the iob.V
"The onlp thing I, lot- were
my .ear. keys," : Mrs. 'Lincoln,
said today, "end rht not toe
bad, everything .conaidered."
PAYING. TRIBCTE to the people who helped in the growth
of Gorgas Hospital. Canal Zone Gov. W. E Potter yesterday
was principal speaker at a short commemorative ceremony
held in the reception room of the admitting office of the
- Hospital, which celebrated her.75th anniversary.
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HOSPITAL DAY AT PALO SECOyCol. Charles O. Bruce, Health
Director of the Panama Canal, dances a tamborito with Mrs.
Ezra Hurwltz and patients at Palo Seco Leprosarium yesterday
afternoon, Mrs. Hurwitz is the wife .of the director of Palo
: Seco Hospital.
Brief Ceremony At Gorgas
Ma r ks-y&M$Q ica i t ps
Three- auaritTS of a centary' of
medical service on. Ancoi'HiU for
Canal builders was marked '' at
Gorgas Hospital yesterday m
brief ceremony. ".
- From this cluster of buildings
scattered against the jurgle, has
cpreed the whole exoandMig f Jee
of eommuhity wide tentrol of
disease. The msthods 'first put
Into operation thr by fie' dis
tinuisht d sanitarian V wtiose
name it now bears, are mad to today
day today throughout the world y ..
: Yesterdav President Ernesto de
la Guardia Jr.. sent a Dig basket of
Gov. W. E. Potter uatd irtbute
to "the dedicated ndinmistvation
of the Sisters of Charily .of St.
Vincent de Paul' Who opura.ou the
original L'Hospital Central' du Pa Pa-nama
nama Pa-nama for years on behalf of .the
French Canal Company.;.',- iv
Potter also commended the
late Col. William Crawford Gor
oat, whose, iron fisted insisN
ence on what were then newfsnf
g led,' sanitation idaat, wiped vl vl-low
low vl-low ftvnr from the Isthmus, as
a plague disease, and held mala
ria at bay.
Civil Affairs Director Henry-1.
Donovan introduced Potter, at the
ceremony held hi the reception
room of the admitting office -ef
the world-famous institution of pub public
lic public health. .''': ;-v'
Col.' Normal H. Wiley,. Hospital
Director,! presided 'over the event
and introduced the Health Pirec
tor,' Cul. Charles O. Bruce, who
sketchsd the medical progress of
the hosi'ital. He outlined how serv service
ice service improved down the decades.
Ponovan presented Potter and
Bruce with brochures containine
the three cent Gorgas eemme.
moratjvi stamp which jrftentv, on
sale yesterday. Later,. Potter
cancelled a first s iday cover
which was then prtsented to hint
as a memento of his Canal tour
of duty.' "my-v 'i-.
. The sta mps were also -on sale
throughout the morning at Balboa
Post Office, where lines -Of first-
day eollectors, or those setting the
prized items tor menage extended
out to the sidewalk., f 'ivf
Visitors at Gorgas "wer&z taken
on a conducted tour of the; various
sections,: accompanied Ijifi a nurse.
At each of the clinics -service
areas,, a staff member was en duty
to explain how its work, contributes
to the smooth operation tf the hon-
pitai. . -.? y-xi-y,
At Coco Solo Hospital also, -visi
tors were shown the ifcilities. i:
At Palo Seco Leprosarium, there
was a special ceremony attended
by Bruce, who supervises U Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone medical setviccs,
, The fourth hospital; In the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone quartet, it thtt Coreial
mental hospital. ,( 4
CANCELLING THE FIRST letter with.a Gorgas Hospital com commemorative
memorative commemorative stamp was done at the Balboa Post Office yes-?
terday by Gov. W, E. Potter while Civil Affairs Director Henry
L. Donovan looked -on' Potter was presented with a first-day.
t-"' !- -cover afterwards."-. - ;.'.-.
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In Europe, where winter means snow, they want to know
everything, for instance, one news service wants to bear of'
' 'typically Isthmian either Panamanian or-Zonlans facets
1 of Christmas and New 1 ear celebrations. Picturesque cus-
tome and traditions encountered only here.
Also Europe, "would like to have the recipes for two main
( Christmas or New Yean dishes typical of this area. -These
shou'i be properly set out with a list of ingredients and
weights, followed by directions for cooking. If the dish needs
a sauce, or other' "accessory," this must accompany the re recipe
cipe recipe for the dish.
If it's goori enough for snowbound Europeans to learn
the charms, of Christmas here, it's good enough for Isthmians
old and new.
So from now through Christmas -we'll try to run a short
dailv column Setting out recipes or traditions typical of
Christmas here. For material, we will depend on readers
who know their Christmas on the Isthmus to share this
knowledge around. You write It, we'll run it. Keep it short,
and keep it Isthmian:
- v It's all up te you readers. No contributions, no Christ Christmas
mas Christmas column. .;
Defense Attorney Says Sp3 Girard
Will Go Free; Praises Trial Judge
CAMP DREW, Japan, Nov. 18
(UP) Japanese defense attor
ney itsuro Hayashi predicted to today
day today that Sp3 William S. Girard
would be acouittea on man
slaughter charges tomorrow by
the Maebashl District Court.
Hayashi. in commenting on
the prosecution demand for five
years at nara labor lor Girara
;,"Under Japanese law, when
a prosecutor demands five
years, the judge can hand
down a verdict of no less than
acquittal," A ; h .f ,- ',;
- fruvhl tow the. United Press
that fromthe lawyer? point of
view "Chief Judge yuzo Kawa Kawa-chl
chl Kawa-chl will hand down a- verdict
that will be satisfactory to both
the defense and" the .prosecu
tirtn." .""0 1 -":''i :
Rut an the lawyer lor tne ac
cused soldier," he said, ''I airi
hooeful of an acquittal."
f He 'added that he was not
mir "whether I will appeal w
the upper court" if tomorrow's
verdict is not satisfactory. $5 4
We nriised the behaviof of
Kawachi f or his comments made
during the past three months.
The fudare was often criticized;
by -the Japanese press for tconw
Viewers Turn Down
2 To 1 Poll Shows
wACHTiMr.TnN. Nov. 18 (UP)
A poll of television viewers through
out the country snuweu mcj k
posed pay television 2 to 1, Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting Magazine said yesterday
The magazine said a survey in
10 maior areas by Pulse, Inc.,
.knmJ tum.thlrHs of those -res
ponding were "not interested., in
paying. Of those who said they
would pay, two thirds preferred
to put their money down on a i per
program" basis. 1 j ,:;
tJfJ 1 y ) 'f:
if 1 I f
menting on the case he was try trying.
ing. trying. Kawachi once said he believed
Girard did not shoot Mrs. Naka
"Judge Kawachi," Hayashi
said, "is a courageous man, and
he knows what he is saying.!'
, The dapper Japanese lawyer
said "I will be happy when this
case is over" but added "I have
three other cases involving
Hayashi did npt see Girard to today,,
day,, today,, the attorney came to this
U,S, Army camp to pic up- an
other U.SJjoldler he is defend-
tag in "Ota near here on charg
es oi niiune peaestrjans witn ms
car ainegediy .wmie arunx.
race Lipe Vessel
loading Fish Meal
Off Taboa Island
The Grace Line freighter SS
Santa Teresa will anchor off Ta-
boga Island late tonight to load
100 tons of sacked fish meal oy
lighter and thus become the first
large commercial vessel to nan-
die cargo aua port in tne Pana Panama
ma Panama City area.
The fish meal is produced by
an ultra-mqdern plant Installed
on the southeast coast of the is
land and operated by Cooperati Cooperati-va
va Cooperati-va Pesquera, managed by Ale Alejandro
jandro Alejandro Remon. t
Grace Line's decision, to load
this cargo at Taboga greatly re reduces
duces reduces handling charges and
saves considerable time and ef effort.
fort. effort. Previously, this commodity
had to be taken by lighter to
Panama and thence by truck to
: Panama labor will be used ex-(
clusively to load this cargo and
stevedoring gangs have already
This is further confirmation
of Grace's policy of cooperation
with Latin American countries
Jn assisting them to ecOnomical ecOnomical-lv
lv ecOnomical-lv Hevelon new enternrises.
- The Santa Teresa Is one of the
fast modern Santa freighters
employed In the weekly service
between Baltimore, Philadelphia
and New York.
CAB Starts Probe
As 'Philippine Sea'
Brings 19 Bodies
LONG BEACH. Calif., Nov. 18
mv The aircraft jcarner rni-
hDoine Sea 'steamed toward this
port early today with its grim ear-
go of 19 oodles ana wreckage 01
luxury Pan American Stratocruis Stratocruis-er
er Stratocruis-er which crashed into the ocean on
a flight from San Francisco to Ho
nolulu., : t
Even as the big ship neared the
harbor, where it was scheduled to
dock, Civil Aeronautics Bureau of-,
liciais were aooara trying xo soive
the mystery of what caused the
huge double-decker plane to crash
Nov. 8, killing eight crewmen and
38 passenger a. ."j
1 William s. MciNamara, assistant
chief of the CAB invertigation divi
sion beaded a group woicn yes
terday flew from the Alameda Na Naval
val Naval Air Station near San Francisco
to the carrier te examine the
wrecakfe and bodies pulled from
the sea by personnel of the. big
ship. k- : -.
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Where Death Gun
Judge, jury, prisoners,
ly everyone directly involved
trial were to move out to Pacora this afternoon to rind and
inspect the stump into whicji the murder gun was test
fired more than three years ago.
The journey was being macje at the request of juror
Efrain Pastor Ramos, a drawing instructor.
According to the prosecution, alleged assassin Ru Ruben
ben Ruben O. Miro fired a burst from the fatal Scrimeisser ma-
chinegun into a stump at Pacora in September; 1954, be- ''
fore buying the weapon from former. Guatemala military s
academy cadets Luis E. Tejada, Camilo Gonzalez, ana
Luis C. Hernandez. ?
This afternoon's journey is in effect a search forhtif
lets and cartridge cases to substantiate or refute the pro prosecution's
secution's prosecution's claim. ;
Today bullet-pocked pieces of railing and posts from
the now-demolished Juan Franco race track, scene of the
Jan. 2, 1955, assassination of President oseVRerh6n, werr
shown the jury by prosecutor Francisco Afvarado Jr. But Butlers
lers Butlers were still imbedded in the wood.
The jury, was also again shown the Jbloqdstained
white shirt and brown trousers worn by Remon when he
wps shot down;-This'was following a defense claim that
Remon .was shot osuch pointblqnk range' t, hot the blaxtV
scorched his clothing.
Newsman Luis C. Joli was call
ed to the witness stand to test!
fy regarding a story, published
in the Star and Herald which
quoted Dr. Mario Rognonl as
saying In a telephone call to the
DaDer tnat ttemon naa received
two fatal injuries, one In the
eroin and another in tne liver.
The report quoted Rognonl as
having caned hack later to de declare
clare declare Uiat one bullet had been
found and that it appeared to be
a .38 cauoer siug nrecnrom a
Noli testified that ne receivea
both telephone calls from an
individual who Identified him himself
self himself as Dr. Rognoni, Jiut he
could not swear that the voice
was that of the doctor because
he had never spoken to him
bv telenhone before or Since.
Last nleht on the witness
stand, Rognonl, who was Re Re-mon's
mon's Re-mon's doctor, and the medical
director of the Santo Tomas Hos-
nltal. admitted calline the news
paper office several times, but
denied that he had said that
Remon had received two mortal
Later on in this morning's ses
sion, Dr. Juan Miguel Herrera,
the pathologist who found the
bullet in Remon's body during
the autopsy, also appeared on
the witness stand. Herrera con confirmed
firmed confirmed there was only one bul bullet
let bullet in Remon's body.
Defense counsel for Miro and
altered Intermediary Rodolfo
St. Malo were absent from the
morning session, but the oth other
er other defense lawyers voiced their
opposition to the calling in of
new witnesses at this time.
Attorney' Luis Morales Herre Herrera.
ra. Herrera. defense counsel for Telada
and Hernandez, argued that
such testimony should have been
brought Into court bv the prose
cutlon long before this.
Gonzalez' defense lawyer, Ro
drlgo Molina,; contended that if
one doctor is going to be caned
in all the doctors who were
present during- the autopsies
performed on Remon and the
others wjio were killed by the
assassins should also be called to
Escobar pointed out that the
summoning of witnesses to tes testify
tify testify on the number of bullet
wounds In Remon's body showed
a lack of faith In the authenti
city of the coroner's autopsy re report
port report and therefore proved his
contention that "the only thing
true about the files of the case
is the big lie they contain."
However, the judge ruiea tnat
it was legal to onng m new ev evidence
idence evidence or testimony at any time
and ordered the summoning of
- In a brief -opening address
yesterday afternoon, attorney
Morales Herrera quoted the
testimony of five eyewitnesses,
who were cloeo to Remon at
the time ha was shot, as proof
guards, attorneys and virtual
in the Rem6n assassination
that the President was shot at ..
almost point-blank range. i
The testimony of former race
track manager Alberto de Ob
rrio, who v was Vsltting in tho
President's box,?tndicated "thai
he was of the opinion that some
one had thrown a braid of fire firecrackers
crackers firecrackers on the table before
which Remon was. standing.
One eyewllness'jutld he-got
the impression that, the explo explosions
sions explosions came from -under the tablo
at which Obarrlo was sittings t
while several other eyewitnesses
agreed with the impression re received
ceived received by Obarrio concerning
the firecrackers. One eyewitness.
who was some feet away at tho
table where Remon' bodyguards
were playing dominoes: said he
saw flashes of fire coming from
. -. 'K
Morales Herrera also called
attention to a recent analysis
of Remon's clothing by ajetew
tive Luis A. Gonzales, which rv t
reported one bullet hole and a
powder burn- onne shirt aa
proof that President Was shot
from close range. '
Displaying Remon's t-armenta
this morning, the district attor attorney
ney attorney Insisted that the burn on
the sport shirt was not neces- ,'
sarily a powder burn. " v
email attendance at the trial
today contrasted sharply with
the crowded galleries which
heard the opening addresses of
the defense during the latter
part of last week.
In court and press circles this
morning, there were unconfirm- ;
ed rumors that Rigoberto Ro
driguez EmiHanl, Miro's spokes-.
man, and Juan Materno Vasquea,
St Malo's spokesman; -would bo ...
replaced by two other lawyers, "& ;
Missing from the defense- taV -ble
during the morning session
were lawyers Ramon : Palacios
(Mirers defense), Guillermo Mar-,
quez Briceno (St. Malo's! and
EmilianL ,t ;
New TV Tower
For CFN Riser
To 150 Feet' i
Twenty-five six-foot sections
15i feet of the new CFN-TV
tower have been erected atop
Aneon Hill as of this morning.
Altogether the tower win bo -In
SS sections. The remaining
eight sections wtlr be erected
by tomorrow afternoon, we as b- v
t Installation or TV and mi-'
erewave eenipment will begin
Immediately thereafter. Bar Barring
ring Barring any nnfereseea problem v.
the tower will be completely
rebuilt by Doe. 1 v
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letter ere received gratefully oaa art handled la a wheHy confidential
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THE MAIL BOX
WAITING AT GORGAS
Tha nnen letter fiom Army Secretary George H. Roderick
i nmu At fhtriiiiK HosDltaL Dubllshed Nov. IS. is hereby slight
ly revised niter spending three hours, I repeat, three hours, to
see a ooctcr waay in uie uuivsuwn tumc i jtuio.
Roderick wrote: "The distinguished history of Gorgas Hos
plial is so weh known that it need not be repeated."
My amendment. "The distinguished history of Gorgas Hos
Mitai i tnn srmi lrnnwn t.n be reseated to local Datients."
Roderick: "The significant feature of this anniversary, to
mo Is that you and the others in the Health Bureau are not only
carrying on the great tradition of Gorgas but are meeting .the
'challenge of changing conditions and new problems, with such
high standards ot professional confidence."
Me: "The significant feature of this anniversary, to me, is
that you and otherp in tne Health Bureau are noi carrying on
the great tradition of Gorgas, but are Ignoring It. You are not
meeting the challenge of changing conditions and new prob
reins l il, uuu ate jik
Roderick: "Unquestionahiy the Canal could not have been
JbUilt .and successfully operated in its first 75 years without the
service provided by Gorgas pospnai.
Me: "Unquestionably the Canal could not have been built
and successfully operated unless the old Canal Diggers were a
tougher lot, or drank more rum."
Roderick: "In providing that service the hospital achieved
a world-wide reputation, end I am confident that the next pe period
riod period of Its history wi.l be regarded with equally high esteem."
Me 'VII the hospita; has achieved a world-wide reputation,
It Is of disrepute. Ask any seaman who has been unfortunate
enough to be left behind In Gorgas when his ship transited the
When I asked why,, I had to wait so long to see a doctor, one
of the three (a) overworxea aoctors on me outpawents cunio
said to me, "Have you any Idea of how many patients I see In
one working day?
I said No, I haven't, but it probably is around 40."
He said, "Thanks vtry much. I wish it were as small as that,
But it usually is 60, or poMdbly'more."
Now I ask Charlie Bruce, is that good management?
Me For Raymond's
SAFETY HELMETS FOR C.Z. COPS
"For Safety Helmets" (Mail Box, Nov. 17) had the right
idea. If no one" in high official places here has. Canal Zone mo motorcycle
torcycle motorcycle cops should be Issued safety helmets, alias crash hats.
What private motorcyclist do is their own affair, but it Is worth
considering the situation in Europe, where motorcycles are as
numerous in proportion as are ordinary bicycles on the Canal
Zone, in several countries in Europe a motorcyclist's insurance
U not valid unless he wears a safety helmet when riding. With
crash he'jnet, the insurance rate Is not much different from
the rata lor reguJa. motorists, witnout a saiety neimet, tne in
surance Companies are not Interested.
Also In the many "European armies where dispatch riders
are normally motorcyclists, safety helmets are uniform, and
'must bo worn by, ftU dispatch riders.
Between then, because of the much higher Interest in mo-
torryclme over there, European insurance companies and armls
may xnow a wnoie lot more aoout ine saieiy iactors involved
than do the Canal Zone officials in charge of the CZ cops. Might
ven b" an opportunity lor these ofiiciais to admit they nave
something leit to learn And isn't there a recently-Imported,
high-salaried Panama Canal safety officer at large on the isth isthmus
mus isthmus osmewhere?
By VICTOR RIESEL
Never let it be (aid that certain
Teamster officials wor desiiorident
when they reported, ttiey're down
in the dumps. They were merely
ireiernng w some $i,uu,uw,uoo wo
at garbage which iney hauled
yeany with the helo of the most
happy felons in the business. And
Deiore the McClellan Senate Com
mittee is through with this set ot
Bearings it will disclose that dele
gates irom virtually all the gsr
Dage iocsis voiea ror Jim Hona tor
presiaent or tne xeamos. ;
VI n occupational trap ante
which hung over the vote dial
not seam to artney the sucets.
ful candidate on hi counaelore.
'they accepted the vela, for ex ex-ample,
ample, ex-ample, of Frank Matwla, Jr., to-cretary-treaiurer
of Local JM,
whose member cart away .some
$20,000,000 worth of Lo Ang
girbage each year.
Indeed, our' scouts' repdrted that
Hoffa and his colleagues, feeling
in the need of votes from out the
west, accepted Matuts's con-
paigning as wen as the Miami Be Be-Convention
Convention Be-Convention of the Teamsters in
Sept. Yet Jlatula was an illegal
delegate since he had been convict
ed of perjury and was awaiting
sentence which makes him ineli
gible even under the Teamsters'
constitution. ; ft;
Rudyard Kipling )ust didn't know I
any Teamster offrciaJs-Jor the
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Hoffa. Matula, from L. A., met his
counterpart from Now York. This
must have put a strain on the
New Yorker, Bernard Adelstein,
for his local hauls more than $50,-
000,000 worth of garbage, which
him in a higher social strata than
Brother Adelstein, secretary-trea
surer of garbage local 813 was
one of the most active of the Hoffa
forces at the convention. He at attacked
tacked attacked Tom Hickey, one of the
Teamsters Internationals 11 vice vice-presidents,
presidents, vice-presidents, and a man whom the
Senate committee publicly com
mended for his honesty and can candor.
dor. candor. Brother Adelstein unburdened
himself of this burst of oratory
in bejalf of Holla's friends and
pur in nomination for vicepresident
one John O'Rourke to run against
Tom Hickey who is rated amog
the most honorable and courageous
of Union leaders.
The boys won. They worked to together
gether together because they had such com
mon multi-million dollar interests.
They clung together to protect their
"Never Mind How WeGot ln:How
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110 LIVES ON EDERICO BOYD BOULEVARD?
Ihe new street by the stadium Is wonderful, and so la the
Malecon link with Federico Boyd Avenue.
But now that Federico Boyd is to become a much busier
thoroughfare, both ways, wny can't the Panama Traffic Section
persuade the people who live on this parkway to drive on the
proper side of the road?
Some of them are just too lazy. They dont want to drive
the extra few hundred yards it takes to swing around and come
Into their drives from the proper direction.
The other day I met head on a beautiful young thing driv driving
ing driving a big red car. I was on the right side of the roadway; she
wasn't. Both of us had good enough brakes on our cars to avoid
an accident before she turned into a house at the corner of
Tedertro Boyd and 60th street. Or is It now the Avenue San
Martin, or Diagonal what?
Another driver who lives on the corner of 51st Street and
Federico Boyd has been seen to take a short cut In the wrong
Why not small yellow direction arrows on the curbline read-
. mf "Tn:s siae in tngnsn and spanisn.
And a fw good stiff traffic fines?
Scared On Road
Large Shipments of
Select your Xnuu Gift Early
Brother Adelstein, for example
received hi garbage earldom of
graoi of the lata Joe Pari), once
a mott powerful Teamster lead
r In New York and a chum
of Murder Inc.' chief. Pari) ha
an oyo for garbage and know that
there wore hundreds of million
of dollars in the field. So ho sim simply
ply simply cot the empire out of hi
own trucking Local 27 and gave
it to Adel:oln, his protege.
Adelstein was trained as a
lawyer and never was a truck
driver. From then on out, the re record
cord record shows, Adelstein took his
orders from the late Mr Parisi and
his successors. This garbage haul hauling
ing hauling local was biult up to 1200 mem membersabout
bersabout membersabout a third of whom were
men who owned and drove their
own trucks. They were forced to
join the union as the committee
hearing show, and they not only
paid their dues but paid money
into the waif are and tension funds
of the union as well.
This is, of course, illegal under
Section 8 of the Taft-Hartley law.
This section says that "forcing or
requiring any employer or Self-employed
person to join any labor
or employer organization or any
employe or other person to cease
using, selling, handling, transport
ing or otherwise dealing in the
products of any other producer...
or to cease doing business with any
person..." is clearly against the
Yet all thla wa don and no
one seemed to core. In the bur bur-ponlno
ponlno bur-ponlno of the grabag barony
more than the law wa broken.
. Potket books, treasuries and
1 The cost of carting' off garbage
for a small luncheonette, for
instance, rose from ten dollars to
S6S a month. For small night cluba,
it went from $60 to $175. Even
massive hotels were increased up
to 1,000 percent in some cases.
In some cases, the carting ope operations
rations operations changed name and incor incorporated
porated incorporated 12 times -but never the
owners. Of course, no one ever hod
the rightto be dissatisfied with the
service. This was set for any terri territory.
tory. territory. There was one garh mas masterand
terand masterand woe to the, fellow who
tried to change masters.
This, then 'is tha rtbbish, of
which the AFL-CIO I cleansing
itself. Jvtied indeeerf Js AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO president Geary Msany In
saying that the rest Is up to tha
Pater Ustinov, author star of
"Romanoff v and Juliet," is the
latest to scold critics. .Nobody
likes critics. Everybody loves good
notices. .Sound-A-Likes. The new
ditty "April Love" and Gershwin's
"Bess You Is My Woman" from
"Porgy and Bess" "The Cave
Dwellers' Is Saroyan's first stage
opus in 16 years. .Talk about in
flation. The Automat now gets 75
cents for some sandwiches. Odd
Note: Chaplin gets a toothache at
all his premieres .Trish Dwel Dwel-ley.
ley. Dwel-ley. last month's Broadway Cin
derella, knows how fragile glass
slippers can be. -She's jobless. .
"Till." the new tune, sounds bet
ter when Roger Williams tinkles
it'on the St. The lyrics are typic typically
ally typically corny Island. . .Genevieve,
the Frenchantress, wings to Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela to often because the owner
of Tony's there is her soon groom-to-be.
. .Advance reports on Noel
Coward's new show, "Nude With
Violin," are- sugary. .Walda Win Win-chell.
chell. Win-chell. who reconciled with the hus
band she started divorce proceed
ines acainst (and then final de
creed Oct 16), mace the column
a grandfather. A darling daughter.
Talented Joanne Woodward, who
made stardom in Nunnaly John
son's "Three Faces ot Eve, at attracted
tracted attracted 20th Century-Fox attention
while understudying In B r o a d d-way's
way's d-way's "Prcnic'. .. .Bing recorded
"Don't Be Afraid" before eloping
with Texas beaut Kathy. . Giv Giving
ing Giving Texans something else to brag
about .Joni James' memo on
Bob Hope being fired hy his
watch sponsor for helping Sinatra
start his new TV season: "Don't
they know how to tell big time?"
. .The movie biz is like this:
Loew's grossed $172 million last
year. Netted 5. All those flick flickers
ers flickers about reluctant-to-fight sheriffs
are echoes of "High Noon"
Time mag's movie critic has de declared
clared declared war on Elvis ...Mike Con
nolly's line: "JacK Benny says
reaching sixty, is exercise e
Billv Rd. the Little Club land
lord, recalls the Runyon Fund-Gillette
pony contest in which chil children
dren children were gifted with Shetland
thoroughbreds for many weeks via
our microphones. Reed sends this
clipping from the column of April
27, 1853; ".Yesterdaya- 2nd pony
went to the Hollander' kindergar
ten (for colored children) near Lit
tie. Rock, Ark.". .Gov.. Faubus,
by the way, is reported sick.
Someone probly ; sent him Lena
Home's rave noticer. :f .C a r y
Grant's eroan: "Trv makine love
to someone you can" barely say
hello to, at 9 in the morning, in
full evening dress, with a crew of
a hundred-or-so hsrdboiled guys
watching". .'. -.Helen O'COnnell'
No More Tears To cry" is ju
key-doke. .Most exciting feature
of the "Slaughter On Tenth Ave
nue" cinema is the title music A
Richard Rodgers classic. . .E.
Kovacs' skeleton:-He once did a
The sputnik.; achievement re reminds
minds reminds u of a newscast Secy of
Defense Forrostal inggetted (in
194$) bee suae ho tw concerned
about a phrase (weeping the na nation:
tion: nation: "Oh, I up pose we will have
a war with Russia en day, but
have they the know-how?"...Mr.
Ferrettal told u about two Red
pilot, who non-stopped from Rus
tle to Muroe Field In California.
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. ."Know-hew? A year later
they did it again. Now with the
new route, (headed) ever the polo,
they can do It iri half the time
and the first American frontier
city would be Minneapolis". .' .
Following that broadcast our edi editors
tors editors in Minneapolis rapped us
hard itditerially under the title
N. A. Bailey, dean of American
University's School of Business,
sums up how to maintain good
human relations: The five most
important words: I am proud of
you. :. .The four most important:
What is your opinion?. .The 3
ditto: If you please .The two
ditto: Thank you. .The least im
portant word! I. News item:
"in the rocket race the U S is
running into money trouble", tins'
Yeaif. it doesn't have a U. S; to
borrow, from. "Compulsion" is
not ope of the shows you can ea easily
sily easily jdismiss. It follows your con
science nome. .signonna Alasi Alasi-na's;
na's; Alasi-na's; portrait of "Cabiria" iUus-
trates what makes acting an art,
variety s neat word: Terror-
vision. Philip Wylie, who once
scored "Momism," coos like a
mama (about the delight of chil children)
dren) children) in McCall's .Recommend
ed: Hitchcock's: "Stories They
Wouldn't Let Me Do on TV". ..
June Allyson's trim torso fits into
her 8-year-old daughter's b 1 u e-
jeans. ..Not many actors know
the legal limit of a contract with
an agent is 3 years.
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L. B. Mayer once explained the
secret of his success: "I never
made a movie I wouldn't want my
mother to see". .All Marlon
Brando asks producers (for star
ring in a film)- is OS per cent of
the profits. .Lana Turner was
born a redhead, won fame as a
blonde, is ackchelly a brunette.
If you enjoy a mpoety hoppy
tune listen to "Classy Babe"- .
Leslie Caron, the star, is a smar-
tie. Invested scads of her movie
.. .Joan Crawford s pretty image,
money in New York real estate.
Christina, hr i g h t e n e d the TV
screen. Resembles Grace Kelly.
. .This Rita Hayworth fan protests
the unflattering views of the star
in. "Pal Joey". i.Gene Kelly is
one of Girltown's few all around around-wondersHe
wondersHe around-wondersHe has clicked as a hoof
er, actor, director ana cnereo-
grapher. Hipsters, have shelved
"Thafa the Way the Cookie
Crumbles" for "That's the Way
the Mop Flops" 7
We feel sorry tor" the police
looking for Anactasia'c killers.
Looking for two unknowns along
Broadway where -there are so
many. .The Mellow-Lerk raver
enjoyed a recording hit, but are
all over the TV dial. They ust
oot $20,000 for one tinging com
morthill. '. .Be Hope end Ken
Murray wore exchanging ejuips on
napkins In a rottaurent. Te
which Army Areherd checked:
"The laundry man should have a
heluva sctl". .Lois Do Foe y
she went te a movie and had to
change her seat seven time ba
rer she was molested. .Natalie
Wood's chums call her tiger. .
Jack Pear's) the note to the edi editor
tor editor ef the Satovepott: "Because
of hi lack of schooling. George
Reft la unable te reply to the ma-
sty letters ho received". .Over .Over-heard
heard .Over-heard at LlneVs: "Zhakev round
out that one day ea'rs on top
the next veuVa an bottom".
"Yeeh, tfs ut like being e TV
ater." ... 'j V--; (-;y
Del Arnaz,' reminiscing about
the first I Love 'Lucy" program
( years ago), told Leo Guild that
it, was panned. .Steve Sondheim,
. .Broadwayites are being pick picked
ed picked up for questioning in the A A-nastasia
nastasia A-nastasia murder becanse their
name were found in gangster ad address
dress address hooks Jmveiial Records
guaranteed Grace Kelly $200,000
to cut an album.-. .Rowan and
Martin, who. romped into the hrah
brackets following a column-plug, I
suspect that the -Universal Int'l
WASHINGTON The crisis over
Sputnik may finailv end the ions
gruage resident Eisenhower nas
held against former President Har
ry; Truman.':'.: v.:,si":-1
If s reported from members of
fht palace guard, that in order
to attain more national unirv
and Democratic support for his
administration, ho will call won
Truman and ex-Secretary of
State Dean Acheton tor advice.
Eisenhower bitterness toward
Truman was first evidenced when,
as President-elect, he called
the White House on Jan. 20. 1953.
to pick up retiring President Tru
man 10 arive to tno uapitoi for
tne inauguration ...
Eisenhower did not set out of
ma car ana go into tne wmte House
as is customary, to creet the re
tiring PresidenLs .r' v: V't-
Truman waited inside the White
House, ,then, rather than create
an incident went to the; front
dodrand go in the -car.' -.;.
Later, when Eisenhower visited
a cattle, show in Kansas Citv. Tru
man tried to pay a courtesy caU
on him at the 'Hotel Muehlebach,
but was told the President was too
busy. .y u r-i'-i -u v ;:; p
Mr.: Truman.t who has a- strong
sense of respect for; the office of
President, no matter who occupies
it, felt that he should pay -his
respects to tisennower when' he
arrived in Truman's home town,
Kansas City, . ; : -.'
On one occasion the former Pre
sident told me: "One of the first
things I did when I became Pre
sident was to invite Herbert Ho
over to the White House. I told
him'Whenever you come to Wash
ington. I want you to consider this
your home; and the white House
"But these people." said Mr Tru
man a little wistfully, dont seem
to like me."
- I didn't realize at first whem
he meant by "these people. 'Later,
I realized he was referring to one
A'gaiA last spring when the Greek
Government invited Truman to
to Greece on the 10th anniversary
of the Truman Doctrine, the Pre
sident refused to sive him any
official status, and Truman refused
to go. ......
I talked to Truman last week
In Los Angeles, and while this sub;
ject didn't come up, I have a huncti
that if Ike makes the first move,
as now reported from White House
advisers,' Harry will be delighted to
oury tne natcnet.roii up his
sieves, and work for his coun coun-try.
try. coun-try. -;
It was hushed uo in a' closed-
door meeting, but way back -last
April Dr.- Wernher Von Braun. too
iv.o. rnissue oxpen, warneo 'mem-
of a House Appropriations subcom
mittee that Russia was making im
portant strides in rocket techno-
The committee was examining
the Defense' Departments 1958 re request
quest request for guided missile research
Some Congressman were orplex-
ea oy secretary wnson's proposal
to cut u million and questioned
the man who first launched Hit
ler's V-2 rocket against Ensland.
Von Braun was cautious not to
spak too freely, but his concern
about Russian progress became ob
vious as ne was questioned.
He warned that the first coun country
try country to develop an intercontinental
missile hardware -to get more and
more payload into an orbit in butt
space or to the moon," he told
Rep. Harry Sheppard (.ACal.).
Von Broun also warned that the -Russian
, had moroy than lust
good scientific research. It take
competent electronic; Indus
,," mowing such thirtoi
e gyretcepe of Bood electric c
nectera and cable.. W..i,i ;
"The fact that the Russians ti
noa. rt kail. v.
uva a missaue an
also managed to hutM w .;,iJ
era and. jet bombers seems to ii
dicate they managed tit 'Y,tA ..I
tut. v. iLj. .zr. u
hub auiu ui. inausiry .'--i "v
oneupara asxea Vnn
he thought the Russians were corl
ccuuauiig meir resotireM m
ry and scientific advancement
am convinced this rs the Case 'sai
VOn BTVB: I- ,:..A'..1, 'rv
; unsressman arrctt serivner, th
Kansas Renuhlicun tinnh.ivi..
ouviei, auvancea. t ,', .. ....
. 'I dO nnl it Poi-hnn.
philosophy is ;, entirely differeri
irom anyooay else,'. te said.
have yet to lose a night's sleef
over the nrohiem of "' n..ini
uvuiuvt. BiLHca on tinjf nation.
LIGHTIN8 THK. MOON v
"If 6ur sclehttsts foldma th.
were going- to fly to! the moon''
would ask -hist twoi
When7 And whv?'f Si! .iJ
ThrOwincT a-few nmm1 t n,J
nesium- to the moon s and igniting1
it. on impact so vou can nhrv3
mo iiuBu wnn asionomicai telesl
cope we could .probaKiy. do it id
irve years, n somebody iwill foo:
the bill." replied Vnn. Rrsim
. t answer the question of wh
iivr it comes oown to the
very fundanwntal question J of
what make research tick
nnueo von rjraun. "i belive the
rundamentai Simulation of re.
rin is just piairi curiosity, and
it should stav that wv
"We are curious ahouf nmiH
asked Serivner. ."What auestiod
is it we, are curious-about, as il
relates to the moon?.' -1 I
vun praun tnougnt a moment,
men told a story about how the!
English Physicist. Faradsv w.J
ridiculed when he made his basic
discoveries about electricity, ,-
"What is the Durnose of i nw.
born babv? 'Faradav- had W
ki. r-: 1
Faraday's discoveries. Von RriJ
pointed out. eventually boesmn thJ
oasis ot au modern electric power,
studio brass are happy about their
initial picture, "Once Upon a
Horse". ; ."They iust sent Us a
commissary pass!". .Slogan of
a nas-been movie queen: "Better
late. late show than never" ...
Russian scientists are concentrat concentrating
ing concentrating on more powerful satellites
Too many of ours are busy better bettering
ing bettering cigaie filters. .The "myste
rious'' object that frightened
some Texan when it suddenly
appeared (and darkened their
headlights and stopped motors)
was a scene in a science-horror
film which flopped at the B'way
Palace last June, r ; s-'
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' HANSOM GROOM There'
a groom eonnected with these
horse-drawn hansom caos in
Paris. ABut he's not caring tbt
the horses, but for his new wife.
The picture book .carriages
were used to transport the wed-,
ding party because the brldel ;:
father is one Of the last of th
"Fiacre'; (open carriage) drivers
. plain and fancy iyv yl
Earrlnrs to natch every
personality, to please
every taste and
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Racial Barriers Grumble n District Of Columbia
l By LOUIS' CASSCtS
wicuiNCTflN (VV A m-
sive population shift and the
iteaoy-crumoung 01 rciai
ers bava opened many Washing'
ton neighborhood to. Negroes, v
Residential segregation is still
the rule, in the capital's suburbs
. .a J irlMlni ., 12n4
in waryiana wu 4 ihui,
n.iiit nnivM ariaii are much di
minished in the" District of Colum Columbia,
bia, Columbia, itself, the inner city of the
Washington metropolitan area and
TTntti tow vein a so. most
Negroes; lived in the Northeast
section pf -tne cuy or in wum
areas south of the Capitol. In th
Very New US Citizen Cooks
For 764th AAA's C Battery
Born in Poland, lived in Germany
and now a very new U.S. citizen
on active duty with the Army in
x Panama. That's the stoiy in a nut nut-'
' nut-' shell of 24-years-oid Pfc Eugene
Pletz, a cook of C Baltery, 764th
Pletz has just returued from the
states .where, Oct. 21 in the U.S.
District Court in Sacramento, Ca California,
lifornia, California, he bacam a citizen of
the United States.
His father and step-mother, Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Pletz his sister.
Irene and brother, Alfred, received
their citizenship in August of this
year at $acramentc.
Born pi Poland of German par parents,
ents, parents, he grew up during the war
years in Neuhof, just outside of
Warsaw. When Hitler invaded Po-
Civil Rights Boss
r. "waottWRTON ftlPY -Presl-
r'dent Eisenhower hast assured Stan Stan-'JevRed,
'JevRed, Stan-'JevRed, chairman of the new
Civil Rights: Commission, that the
'resources of. the White House will
"be at the commission's disposal.
Reed, who retired from the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court earlier this year, con conferred
ferred conferred with the President Thurs Thurs-;
; Thurs-; day for the first time since he
' was appointed to head the com commission.
mission. commission. He said ho ..and Fisenhower
; talked,, about the school integra integration
tion integration Situation in tittle Rock, Ark.,
whetfe federal troops have .been
stationed "at -Central High School
Reed said he told the President
he "trusted Little Rock would not
- be repeated.'? He told newsmen
Ei8enhpwefmade nff reply.
Reed said .4he -commission will
, hold ttg -first meeting early next
vmonth vand wiU recommend some someone
one someone for the post of staff director.
" Thev commission, members and di-
reetor requirr Senate. : confirma confirmation.
tion. confirmation. M.-A'-
He said the director should be
a lawyer and social scientist be between
tween between 35 and 60" and should have
Jsome experience with "govern "government
ment "government organizations of a similar
type to this one."
. Although he said he has several
names in mind, Reed said no one
has been approached. He said he
wants to get the thinkinf of other
.commission members before sub submitting
mitting submitting a name to the President.
Reed said his meeting with Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower did not develop any soe soe-cific
cific soe-cific decision about a location for
the commission's offices and did
not pin down where the commis commission
sion commission will get money to operate. He'
sid there Usually are White
Ho"se funds for srich purposes.
The commission, he said, will
d?L not only with matters of ra racial
cial racial segregation -and school inte integration
gration integration but also with the various
other phases of civil rights such
as freedom of speech.
land in 1939, Pletz's mother was
accidentally killed by shrapnel,
the war time occupation
the Pletz family endured no un undue
due undue hardships for they were still
His father, who served m the
infantrv. was caDtured
w fho British and remained a
tgritish POW for more than two
AFtoi- tho vrir whpn the com-
munists took over the new and
struggling Polish government,
Pletz and his family were forced
to leave the country.
All of their possessions were
.nnfiootoH and thpv were sent to
West Germany as displaced per
Tk fm oil v spHlpfi in Rutin in
tho Tiritich xpcthr ir.d remained
there until they left lor tne states
in June 1952. ..
The Pletz family settled in Sa-
inunlii urhprA F.llPpn COt iob
as a meat cutter, an. -occupation
be tearneq in Germany,! ;; ' ''
..Uateredjhe, Ar;my W San
PunnhiaaA. in A urine lflt V09
He took basic straining ,, at Fort
Lewis,. Washington ana auenaea
Pnnlr onrl Ro'lfprs Srhnol -t. Fort
Ord, California. Upon finishing the
Army school, he was sent, to ra
nama where he arrived last Feb
. After completing his tour witn
the Army, he plans to return to
Sacramento as a full-fledged A A-merican
merican A-merican citizen.
Northwest section, traditionally re regarded
garded regarded as the most desirable res residential
idential residential area, Negroes were large largely
ly largely confined to run-down neighbor neighborhoods
hoods neighborhoods near the center of the city
or in the old Georgetown district.
Today hundreds of blocks in
Northwest Washington are occu occupied
pied occupied almost exclusively hy Ne Negroes.
groes. Negroes. Negro residents equal or
outnumber whites in some' middle middle-income
income middle-income neighborhoods like Pet Pet-worth
worth Pet-worth and Brightwood, which long
were covered by restrictive cove covenants
nants covenants against them.
Latest area to be opened up to
Negroes is along 16th Street, N.W.
the broad thoroughfare from the
White House to suburban Silver
. White and Negro, realtors agreed
that there is now oily one major
segment oi tne iNorinwest section
in which .Negroes find it difficult,
if not Impossible, to buy homes.
This Is the area west of Rock
In Georgetown, the historic old
community along the Potomac
River where many notables live,
the process has been working in
reverse. White families are buy
ing .out Negroes and paying huge
sums to remodel ancient and di
lapidated houses that date back to
the Revolutionary Era.
Three factors have contributed
to the radical revision of Wash
ington's pattern of residential seg segregation:.
regation:. segregation:. .
T-The enormous' and continuing
growth of the Negro population.
The 1940 census' listed 188,765
"non-whites" in the district, or 29
per cent of the total population.
Today the Negro population is es estimated
timated estimated at 380,000, or about 45 per
cent of the population.
A barrier which Kf pt them out
of many neighborhoods was de demolished
molished demolished by the supreme Court
on May 3,' 1941 It ruled that re restrictive
strictive restrictive covenants, forbidding
sale or rental of property to Ne Negroes
groes Negroes and Jews, could not be en'
forced in any court. The court
nailed down this ruling in 1953
with' another decision that laid
violators of restrictive covenants
could not be sued for damages.
The mass migration of white
families' into the suburbs, : begua
sometime ago, was accelerated by
the general lowering of racial
barrier in the district, including ;
the integration of public school!.;
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THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, NOVEMBER It, 1937
f AGE FOCB
PANAMA CANAL PILOTS AND WIVES WILL ENTERTAIN
US1TIMJ CONGRESSMEN AT TIVOLI GUEST HOUSE
Panaira Cana rilttL and their wives will entertain next
Sunday evening at the Tivoll Guest House in honor of visiting
United States Congressmen and their wives who' are scheduled
lo arrive on the Isthmus Thursday aboard the S.S Cnstobal
At a ocMail-buliel supper party starting at 1:15 V;m-
hosts will welcome: Rep und Mrs. David S Dennison of OW:
Rep and Mrs Lawrence H. Smith of Wisconsin; Rep. Ben F. Jen Jen-aen'of
aen'of Jen-aen'of Iowa, and Kcp II. Carl Andersen of Minnesota.
Canal Zona Collaga Club
Holdi Annual Fall Lunch
The Canal Zone College C 1 u b
held its annual fall lurcheon Sat Saturday
urday Saturday in the ballroom of the Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Guest house. Approximately 65
members and guests attended the
affair which was highlighted by
an address given by Maj. Gen.
William' E. Potter, Governor of
the Canal Zone.
Club President Mrs. Fred J.
Gerhardt welcomed those present
'and introduced Mrs. Hugh Arnold,
program -chairman, who then in introduced
troduced introduced Gov. Potter.
3AWC Colon Unit
J The Colon Unit of the Inter-American
Women's Club will hold
a white elephant sale and bridge bridge-tea
tea bridge-tea Wednesday, beginning at 1
p.m. at the club's headquarters on
5th and Melendez Streets. Ticket
are $1 and may be purchased at
Members may bring guests and
three door prizes will be awarded.
Members have been reminded ic
bring thir own cards. Donated
I articles for the elephant sale
should reach the club Duiitiing De De-fore
fore De-fore tomorrow.
ed before and after the meeting
by Jimmy Brooks at th piano,
Billy Gibson on the drums and
Eddie Pabon with the trumpet.
Club Vice President Mrs. W.
F. Grady will wcldoire the sen seniors
iors seniors and their parents and the
speakers will be introduced by
Mrs. R. T. Conley chairman of
the Scholarship Committee. Senior
Class President of Cristobal High
School Marie Bleakloy will present
Caribbean Coltuge Club
Sponsoring Senior Night
The Caribbean College Club will
sponsor "senior ni?lit" at the
Margarita Gymnasium tomorrow
at 7:30 p.m. The pane) of speak speakers
ers speakers includes: Lt. Gov of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Col. Hugh M. Arnold
who will deliver an address on
engineering; Dr. Bruno Eisen, su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of the Coco Solo Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, who will speak on medi medicine.
cine. medicine. Hugh A. Noris, who will talk on
business administration: James M.
Wolf who will discuss special edu education.
cation. education. A question ano answer pe period
riod period will follow these addresses.
Musical selections will be render-
Farawall For Aycocks
; Planned For Sturday
- A despedida party fo.' Dr. and
:Mrs. Samuel AycocK will be neld
; at the Hotel Washington next Sat
iurday at 7 p.m. Those wishing to
i make reservations nave been ask ask-ed
ed ask-ed to contact Coco Solo Hospital,
i 3-1211 as follows:
I Mrs. William Grady, extension
:45; Mrs. Beulah Smilhson, exten extension
sion extension 60; Mrs. Doris Acheson, Ex Extension
tension Extension 5; Mrs. Thelro Godwin,
! 3-2776, or Mrs. S. T. Wnshabaugh.
13-1884. Reservations mu ft be made
j by Wednesday.
Cyclones Kill 5,
Fresh as all
FINER RICHER PURER
Ha matt And Dunn
The local dance team of Harnett
and Dunn will leave for the Unit United
ed United States tomorrow.
They will fly to California, stop stopping
ping stopping first in Mexico City nd lat later
er later in Acapulco. They plan to
study with other professional danc dancers
ers dancers in San Francisco, Los Angeles
and Hollywood, returning to the
Isthmus in January.
JASPER.' Aal.. Nov. 18 (UP) -Tornadoes
swept through severol
communities in Alabama and Vis Vis-sippi
sippi Vis-sippi yesterday, killir.g at least
five persons and demolishing a
number of huildings.
The storm line along which the
twisters were spawnco moved
early 4odap into sections of North
Georgia and lower Tennessee, car carrying
rying carrying heavy thunderstorms and
danger of flash flondinf?.
The Memphis Weather Bureau
also warned of "possibilities of tor tornadoes
nadoes tornadoes and severe thunderstorms
in extreme northewes' Texas, ex extreme
treme extreme northwest Louisiana, and
Arkansas except for northeast and
southeast portions upii! ft a.m.
The Bureau at Knoxville, Tenn.,
said small rivers in the eastern
part of Tennessee could rise a a-bruptly
bruptly a-bruptly because of torrential rain.
Three persons were killed in a
rural community our miles riorUi riorUi-onef
onef riorUi-onef nf .Tasnor vesterdav afternoon
find five others were hospitalized.
Officials said seveial homes and
barns were demolished by th?;
The dead were idemified as Mr.
and Mrs. WUford E. Bradford and
their 14-year-old daughter, Billic
Another, tornao struck in a ru
bral settlement six nines uunuwcai
of Macon, Miss., killing Tom Du Du-gan,
gan, Du-gan, 75, and his 8.i-ye;.r-old wife.
Their home was destroyed.
Beta Chaptar Holds
Beta Chapter of Beta Sigmi Phi
Sorority initiated six new pledges
recently at a ceremony held at
the Ft. Gulick Officers' Club.
President Jean Coffey was the
installing officer, assisted by Pat
Bailey, Nancy Ramsey, Mickey
Moore and Alice McCann.
Dinner was served following the
service. Social Committee Chair Chairman
man Chairman Mary Danielsen, assisted by
Kap Klontz, chose the theme of
"a golden harvest," with gilded
pineapples, assorted fruits and veg
etables as a centerp-.ece on me i i-shaped
shaped i-shaped table with shiDy black
New pledges honored were: Ma Marietta
rietta Marietta Myers, Linn Angermuller,
Mary Ann Scott, Jo McDonnell.
Ann Whelan and Mary Jean Ka Ka-val.
val. Ka-val. (Continued on rage I)
In Foreign Trade
Class At Phoenix
PHOENIX, Arizon.i Frederick
P. S. Sill, son of Mr. ind Mrs.
Fred Sill, of Balboa Heights, has
enrolled as a menih?r of the June
1958, class of 'he merie;n Insti Institute
tute Institute for Foreign Trade Phoenix,
Specializing in Latin America,
Sill is taking tht school's inten intensive
sive intensive training cours? in i.-eppration
for a career in American business
or government abroad.
Sill attended Balboa Hrsrh School,
Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.,
and reoeived his Bacnelor of Arts
degree in romance annuages
from the University of Madrid,
Spain. His act;vilics induded
membership in the Deity Kappa
Epsilon social fiaternity, Italian
Club, and Cinema Club.
The course of s'udy at the Ins Institute
titute Institute concentrates on techniques
of international business adminis administration,
tration, administration, foreign languages and
characteristics of foreign v countries.
4t Jlte fredleht JRemc. vMdcdmclz
ENJOIINGA COOL DRINK between races and boning up on the next are "Tlcho Vldea d
Henrlo.uez, Carlotita Boyd de Lince, Rlcardo Lince and Eric Henriquez.
ij Qk. Choose from the wonderful ?S
ffj J selection of gay gift sets Yardley
:l Jl'' have to. offer you, your family,
'Ji cxcitin? Beauty Scts for womcn- ll
y : PraCal 1UXUry mCn'
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SMILING GAILY CAMERAWARDS Sheila lancil appears to be enjoying her racetrack? outing
with her parents, T-Sgt. John S. Mancil and Etliel Mancil,
A CANAL ZONE CONTINGENT of turf fans, obviously enjoying their afternoon, include Dor
othy -and Pres Trim ana wnma ana ueorge itnty.
53 OLD BONU S Tl T LONDON
. .. ll l -k ALfljJl.
TAKING A BREATHER between events at the President Remon Racetrack are Mr. and Mrs.
Earl M. Dunn, faithful adherents of "the sport of kings.
P. A. ,ASS i K JS
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tysawrittaa farmia4 aaaiiai
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T Mm) Kttxt Monday
The Executive Board of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canat Chapter, Daughters, of
the American Revolution, will
meet Nov 25 In the Little Gall.
rp of the Tivoti Guest House at
4:15 p.m. All officers are urged
to attend as arrangements f o r
the Christmas DAR unrheon-meet-tag
will be planned at this time.
Guild Of Organist
The Isthmian Chapter of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Guild of Organists will
meet this evening at the home of
Miss Cornelia Maimberg of Neva Neva-do
do Neva-do M., Ancon. At 'he, i meeting
which will start at 8 p.m. record recordings
ings recordings of the Leipzig and Schular
Chorales will be played and dis-,
Esther Circl v .' ''"
The Esther Circle of the Balboa
Union Church will meet this eve
ning at 7 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. R. W. Coiling. .1285 Morri
son St., Diabld Heights. Mrs. R.
D. Sounders will be a co-hostess.
Medical Meeting ;
Set. For Nov. 2o
The 611th meeting of the Medi
cal Association of the Isthmian
Canal Zone will be held at Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital in Ward 17 on Tues
day, Nov. 26. at 7 p.m. A scienti
fic program will be presented by
the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory
The regular meeting and scien
tific program will be preceded by
refreshments and a hutfet dinner.
Plans are under way lor -the an annual
nual annual Christmas party which will
be held at the Ft. Amador Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Open Mess on Saturday eve
ning, Dec. 14.
Pacific Navy Wias
Will Meet Tonight
The Pacific Navy' Wives' Club
is holding its monthly business
meeting tonight 1 1 the clubroom
of the Cocoli Clubhouse' at 7:30.
Members are welcome! to bring
IAWC Board Mtetina
Slated On Wednesdap
Board and commit lee chairmen
of the Inter -American W o m e n's
Club will meet Wednesday at the
Tivoll Guest House at 9:30 a.m.
Card Club Group
The Balboa -WomaitVClub 'Card
Group will hold its regular meet meeting
ing meeting at the Ft. Amador Officers O-
pen Mess on Thursday at 12:30
p.m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ed Edna
na Edna Million, Mrs. Louise Hurtado
and Mrs. Gertrude Smouse. Per-,
sons planning to attend are asked
to call Mrs. Million, 2-1325, or
Mrs. Smouse, Panama 3-6465 be before
fore before Wednesday
Judfit Speaks Tonight
To Atlantic P.T.A.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Atlantic Parent-Tercher Asso
ciation will meet this evening at
7:30 in the library of the South
Speaking on his experience with
schools in the Canal Zone since
his arrival oh tne Isthrrui will be
Judge E. I. P. Tatelman.
Stevenson To Urge
With NATO Allies
WASHINGTON. Kov. 18 fUP)
Adalai E Stevenson planned to today
day today to urge Secretary of State John
roster uuifas to s':k a "genuine
partnership '., with U.S. Allies to
withstand Russia's threat in the
Stevenson and Du'Vs scheduled
a bipartisan conference to discuss
proposal for the United Styes to
lay before the meeting of "he North
Atlantic Treaty nations in Paris
President Eisenhower also has
invited Stevenson, who he defeat
ed twice for the presidency. to
meet wuii mm tKtore iha Presi
dent leaves Dec. 14 for the NATO
One of the big proposal! this
country plans to put forward Is to
convert vestern t'urope'j defenses
to the age of nurle-.r rockets. An
other is the pooling of western
sciertr.'ic resources and briins to
meet Russia's socn'if'ic challenge.
Stevetison said he favored broad
cooperation with the i7.TO
on a lumber of lro.i;s. meiu'iiey
the development of 4fint p.ticies
and increased efforts in the field
"The measure of the emergency
is not merely milkary he' iJ.
"Simply a great rjfort in cicti cicti-tific
tific cicti-tific and research an J .nissdo
devela mcflt." he "i: ncl a
sufficient response rhaK
lenge li -h u n. rppprent,"
hn mrtw, tin
ItyOlTOAY, NOVEM&HK at, 1944
THE rANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Mr. Tem Llnd '.
Speaks Temerrew V( v. r -Ta
Taskmasters Clus -t
Mr. Tom Lmdo, who .recently
returned from Europe, will. be the
"toastmaster of the eveniM
the next regular meeting of the
Isthmian Toastmasters Club in the
Fern Room of the Tivoli JGuest
Houte at' 6:30 p.m. tomorrow.;
Five memhers are scheduled to
give short speeches which wUl be
criticized, by the rest of the club
members: Messrs. A. Alexander.
York, T McAndres, F. Mendei
and M. Gehm. '
Recent arrivals to the Canal
Zone who belonged to Toastmas Toastmasters
ters Toastmasters Clubs in the States are cor.
diaUyvinvited to transfer to the
Isthmian Club. Th local Toast Toast-..i.n.
..i.n. Toast-..i.n. ri.,h in has several o-
penings lor new members. ,
'Several local ToVstmasters gave
speeches asking for coributions
to the Canal Zon United Fund at
movie theaters this past weekend,
Mary Frances DJgnam
Visits Atlantle Side
Miss Mary Frances Dignam of
Diablo Heights spent this weekend
Sit. Mr. and Mrs. M- IBtwa
ski .o fmily of Brazos Heights.
Visiters. T Panama
Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Gabal Gabal-don,
don, Gabal-don, son. and daug:rter-in-law of
the Amhassador of Spain to Pana Panama
ma Panama and Mrs.. Federico Gabaldon,
have arrived in the capital to vis vis-it
it vis-it their parents". They are guests
t the Embassy residence.
Mr. Pablo Arosemena
Return To Mexico
Mr. Pablo Aosemena" Jr.. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of the Panamanian Embassy
in Mexico, left yesterday by 'plana
to return to Mexico City following
; a vacation spent with his relatives
Mr. and Mrs. William Larson
announced' the birth of a baby
irl yesterday in Delaware. Mrs.
arson, the termer Mary Virginia
Cunningham, is the daughter of
Mrs. Virginia D. Cunningham of
Kabbe Officers' Wives
T Conduct Tour
Of Panama Thursday
The Ft. Kobhe Officers' Wives
Club will conduct a tour of Pana Panama
ma Panama Citp Thursday as their month monthly
ly monthly meeting Those desiring to par par-!
! par-! ticipate will meet at the Post
I Theater at 9:15 a.m. Bus transpor transportation
tation transportation will be available for all, re re-!
! re-! turning approximately ? P.m. ;
l Points of interest'to be visited
Include, the; V.SvWaSsy,, iurcn
of the Golden 0$' the Preside
cia and residential areas. Lunch at
El Panama Hilton will be by indi individual
vidual individual 'order. Durin? t, lunch the
regular monthly business meeting
'Will do new. .
I Reservations may be made by
members and any uest by call
ing Mrs. Earl at 5331 prior to
i The fBrzezinski brothers, Dick
' and Jimmie, sons of Mr. and Mrs.
I M. S. Brzezinski of Brazos
i Height!, had a joint birthday par
ty Saturday afternoon to ceieDrate
their ninth and fourth birthdays
respectively. The party was held
09 the patio of their home.
Wilms Hldl Leaves
For Miami,, Havana
Mte Wilma Hidaleo of Balboa
left Friday for short vacatioi.
in.Miam ., ana wavana,
In Havana sue wll visit hei
brother and sistei -in-law, Mr. am
Mrs. William Hidalgo and he
nannew Walter William Hidalgo
Mr. Hidalgo is with the I.A.G.S
project m cuoa.
Miss Hidalgo plans to return to
the Canal Zone on Christmas Day.
Creatures Of Th Sea
Featued Tomorrow 1
Tonv Mann will present the sev
enth program tomorrow in the
current outdoor adventure aeries
at the Balboa YMCA-USO at 7:30
D.m. His talk will b "The Crea.
tures of the Sea," which will in
clude some interesting new coior
slides and movies about one of
our last frontiers
He will talk as a skindiver, shar sharing
ing sharing with the audience bis experi experiences
ences experiences and observations of diving
n tain noani over the oast five
years. This program is the next
to .the iast in mo oumuor
tnre aeries and is open to the pub
lic free of chorge.
Br OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
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Nbjth and South vulnerable
North East South West
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2 4b Pass 2N.T. Pass
3N.T; Pass Pass Part
Opening lead V S
The late Jimmy Maier wbose
name cannot De ien o
one'a list of all-time great play play-eri.MceiustUied
eri.MceiustUied play-eri.MceiustUied srtaitt play
baylng, rit worked, didn't it?''
The play of today'i? hand I by
Lee-Downer of Tucson falls Into
the ame category. I wUl let Mr.
Downer describe it to you in. his
"Mv first look at dummy toia
me that nracticallv every other
pair in our duplicate game would
beat three no-trump also. Of
course a couple wouia oe at tour
"I also assumed that the
heart opening would be made all
around the room and I went
right up with dummy's; king. I
piayea xne queen oi diamonds
from dummy and it held the
trick. J continued with the Jack
Japanese Maids Get Choosy;
Domestic Shortage Worsens
TOKYO ,fUP)-No one ean teU
iK,i th n nt In Janan will
eventually, turn out to be deraoc-
acy or autnontanamsm, uoerai uoerai-sm
sm uoerai-sm or Communism.
But one segment of the popur
ation has made up its mind. The
lousemaids are going 100 per
.They, are getting more demo-
iratic and more scarce,
The shortage oi nousemaias is
low v a nationwide phenomenon,
'ast year public employment of of-Ices
Ices of-Ices in Tokyo handled 15,962 ap ap-ilieatlont
ilieatlont ap-ilieatlont s e e k 1 n housemaids,
tgainst- this, there" were only ,-m
m ,-m housemaids seeking Jobs.
And only about 40 per cent of
he applicants took; jobs as house housemaids.
maids. housemaids. -'.--
The reason, unheard of in the
Orient, is familiar to American
families,'- The other 60 per cpt
could not find
to work for
Men To Attend
Twenty five soldiers from the
UJS. Army Caribbean will be a a-mong
mong a-mong canal Zone service 1 per personnel
sonnel personnel Invited to J attend the
third annual "USO Pab Day"
luncheon sponsored by the paji paji-ama
ama paji-ama Rotary Club. The affair will
be held Nov. 21 In the Hotel El
Post commanders will choose
the Army representatives, and
the one selected from Fort Kobbe
will give a short talk on behalf
ot the Army. Air Force and Na Navy
vy Navy represntativs also will speak.
After luncheon, the hotel
swimming pool will be open for
the service guests.
and when East produced his
king I won with my ace.
"On the assumption that the
spade jack would drop I could
now count 12 tricks for myself.
I could also count the same 12
tricks for everyone else, if I
simply cashed out I would get an
above average score since t
would beat the few pairs that
were in four spades.
"An average plus did not in interest
terest interest mel I was after a top.
"I led the jack of clubs from
my hand. West had to have the
ace for his overcall and I had
played with West before. Some
players would cash out quick
but I thought. I knew my man
and was sure that he would
duck. '-; ?
, "Sur' encHigh, he played low
ana my jac or clubs held. Now
I was able to run all the tricks
for my top score." y
" Japanese maids are now pick
ing out the families they want to
work for, not vice versa.
Take the case of Miss X. Last
spring she was employed in the
home of a well-known university
professor for 6,000 yen ($16.62) a
month, plus room and board an
unusually good wage
. Miss X was glad to be em employed
ployed employed at a university professor's
home for a good wage. But she
had to get up at 6 a.m. and pre prepare
pare prepare breakfast by 7 a.m. She also
had to do cleaning, sweeping,
shopping, washing, and other sun sundry
dry sundry chores until 11 p.m.
.When shopping, she had to go
to stores where her boss said
prices were reasonable regard regardless
less regardless of how far these stores might
be from home. She even paid bus
fares out of her own pocket to go
to these distant shops.
The wife of the professor liked
things to be very punctual. If the
maid came home late, she was
certain to get scolded.
This was not out of the ordi
nary for a maid 10 or 20 years
a eo. But todav. in modern Janan.
this professor and bis wife are
without a maid. Miss X quit after
Housemaids have become so
cially conscious, and they like the
example set by their "sisters" in
the United States.
It appears the shortage of
housemaids will get worse before
it gets better. They love the ben benefits
efits benefits of -democratic life more and
more every year.
Mother Worries Whether
Worry Over Son Is Right
"Mv 15-vear-old son claims I am
the only mother he knows who
sits up and waits lor him to gat
home at night," a reader says.
"Even his Dad thinks it is a
little foolish of me not to go on
to bed and hope he gets in all
right at a decent hour.
"But I feel that 15 is too yc-W
New York Mayor
' RIO DE JANEIRO. Nov. 18-
(UP ) Mayor Robert F. Wagner
of New York today visited Brasil Brasilia,
ia, Brasilia, the future capital of Brazil.
at the invitation ot President Jus Jus-celino
celino Jus-celino Xubitschek.
Th vapfttinninrf mvnr till wifft
and members of their party flew
atinird th nreaMmtial nlane to
the new capital now under con:
atfiiHftn mnm 9.!CA ni3U frnvn Vin
de Janeiro, the present capital.
rney returned to tuo ae Janeiro
several hours later.
Tf inmtnnt at.artx in to tell
you how much he enjoyed a
movie don't interrupt him with,
"I saw it and I thought it was
terrible." When you do that, you
are, in effect, telling him "You
don't have any taste."
You don't need to agree that
it was an excellent movie but
jou don't have to say it was ter terrible,
rible, terrible, either.
to be turned loose with a latch
key and a car. What do you
That if there were more parents
1ike you there wouldn't be so
Biany Doys roaming ine uresis in
the mornine and settine into
trouble because they have nothing
to do, but don t have to go home
"That parents who ean go to
sleep not knowing or caring where
their teen-asers are should not
cause more conscientious parents
to wonder if they are just being
That giving a boy a man's free freedom
dom freedom is really being unfair to him.
If the boy misuses the freedom
he is the one who gets in trou trouble.
ble. trouble. That, though kids talk big
about being able to look after
themselves, for all their rebellion
most of them feel more secure
knowing that they have to abide
by a few rules.
That the worst mistake a pa parent
rent parent can made is being too lax
with his children, simply because
they pull the old line, "None of
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BowlWith Line Play
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) When I
I saw Len Casanova in Portland in
i.late August, he was worried about
'the oregon line.
"Darn shame, too, commented
aCoach Casanova,' "for we have
' aeveral fine backs."
n wha' hoDDon?
:wll Oreeon is headed for the
Rose Bowl with a second line
composed of seven men playing
their first college football there.
:"The modern counterpart of an
age old fairy tale is being writ written
ten written by the Oregon reserves," Said
t Hollis Goodrich, the Portland
t public relations man, in Ned
' Irish's office at Madison Square
Garden. Goodrich m hooking bas basketball,
ketball, basketball, hockey and whatnot for
Portland's new city coliseum.
. Oregon was picked for seventh
place in the Pacific Coast Confer Conference.
ence. Conference. The comment was anything
but complimentary will the lack
of competent replacements the
i But Johnny Micheloscn, whose
Pittsburgh team traiied Oregon un until
til until the last 35 seconds says there
is no need for the far west to a a-ftologize
ftologize a-ftologize for its New Year's Day
-'"We couldn't tell the difference
Between the first and second
jlines," remarked Pete Elliott, Ca California's
lifornia's California's head man, after being
The second unit did not yield a
touchdown until the seventh game
in, whfch Oregon ru'obe 1 out Stan Stanford's
ford's Stanford's Pasadena plans. 27-26.
JIM SHANLEY, JACK MORRIS,
Charley Tourville and Jack Crab Crab-.tree,
.tree, Crab-.tree, an unspectacular but highly
'efficient signal caller and passer.
Compose the fastest college nacK
field in the country.
; Shanlev. the golden slope's sec
ond leading leather lugger, went
.into the Washington engagement
within 27 yards of breaking the
Ducks' all time rushing.mark. He
carried 126 times in seven outings.
Morris won three games with his
toe. three fields goals and 11 poirjs
Crabtree steadied the offense to
such an extent that the Eugene
lads have lost the ball on fumbles
only three times. He hit his peak
against Stanford completing nine of
10 passes. Tourville has thrown
two touchdown passes from his
left halfback post.
"fegon's first line includes three
juniors and a sophomore. Harrp
Mondale is duhbed secretary of the
interior. The squatty guard 5-6
and 198 pounds is in his fourth
year. He started in 1951, when
freshmen were eligible -entewd
lfr Army and did not return until
J? THE WEBFOOTS LOST FOUR
fames in '56 when End Ron Stov Stov-fcr
fcr Stov-fcr was sidelined with a broken
hand. Stover has caught 19 passes
fis fall. The othr end, J. C.
heeler, is a stout defender.
: Guard Bob Grottkau shifted
f-o"i tickle in the spring. Tackles
Jim Linden and Jerrv Kersher are
big, agile and swifi. Soph Bob Pe Peterson
terson Peterson took over at center when
Norm ChaDman dislocated an an an-kli
kli an-kli against Washington State.
The second line, though, is the
TODAY ENCANTO .35-.20
Joan Collins in
Ernest Borgnine In
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Steve Cochran In
"PRIVATE HELL 36"
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with Georgina Le
I lien Casanova,
Oregon story. End Pete Welch was
a fifth string center wht threaten threatened
ed threatened to quit football. The other end
Alden Kimbrough. is a soph. Tac Tackle
kle Tackle Darrel) Aschbacher and Guard
Joel Schaffeld came from Boise,
Ida., Junior College.
Dave Fish, a winter time wrestl wrestler,
er, wrestler, started as a four'ih stringer,
made, the jump when Chapman
was hurt and ousted the other sec second
ond second string center. All 220 pounds of
Guard Will Reeve switched from
fullback. Tackle Stewart White, a
Korean war veteran, is another
As Len Casanova remarks, "It
never pays to under estimate
what young fellows can do when
they like to play tootball."
SURPRISED w- Biily Wilson
of the 49ers looks that way as
he takes a pass from Y. A.
Tittle for an eight-yard gain at
Kezar Stadium in San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. Charging to make the
tackle is the Chicago Bears'
Linebacker Wayne Hansen.
INDIANAPOLIS (NFA) India Indianapolis
napolis Indianapolis has the youngest and old oldest
est oldest national golf champions this
year. They are Don Essig, Pub Pub-lie
lie Pub-lie Links, and Carter Espie, Se Senior.
nior. Senior. CENTRAL
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with Dorothy Malone
Panama was without a ban
tamweight champion today al although
though although Melvin Bourne, erstwhile
king of that division, scored a
bloody seventh-round TKO vic victory
tory victory over Claudio Martinez- last
night at the National Gym in a
scheduled 15-rounder that had
been billed as a title match.
Bourne lost the crown he had
held for over five years at the
scales yesterday morning when
he weighed in at 123 pounds,
exactly five and one-half pounds
over the lia-pound limit.
Had Martinez, who tipped the
scales at 117!4, won last night's
battle he would nave Deen tne
new champ. But win. lose, or
draw Bourne, who lost a $100
weight forfeit, had no chance of
retainlne his title.
Using his weight to advantage,
Bourne beean battering tne
eame Claudio in the second
round when he inflicted an ugly
cut on the right eyebrow of the
But plucky Mamtinez cut
Bourne, also on the right eye eyebrow,
brow, eyebrow, before the stanza was
over and held his own valiant valiantly
ly valiantly against a superior foe right
to the end of the sixth.
Before the Kong sounded to
begin the seventh Claudio was
examined by commission medico
Dr. Manuel Ferrer who reported
that it would be dangerous for
the youngster to continue be because
cause because of the seriousness of the
As the bell rang to start the
seventh referee Rogelio pinzon
held up Bourne's arm in victory.
An almost capacity crowd paid
$1,800 to watch the four-card
In the semifinal, set for six
rounds, Basllio Williams, 125, ka ka-yoed
yoed ka-yoed Ezequlel Arroyo, 124 y2, in
two minutes of the second.
German Aguilera, 123'2. and
Salvador Molina, 122, fought to
a four-round draw in one pre prelim;
lim; prelim; and in the curtain raiser
Cisco Kid, 115, made short work
of Raul Espinosa, 117 Vt, when
he knocked, him cold in 45 sec-,
onds of the -first Jn a match
scheduled for four.
at: TODAY SiSS
(HEIR UNTAMED LOVE
THE BIG BOODLE
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SKIPPER Balboa High School football mascot, may not
look exactly like a bulldog, but he does look exactly as if he
is having himself a time rooting his team to Friday night's
19-0 victory over Cristobal, and the 1957 Canal zone foot
ball championship. On the other end of Skipper's leash is
Douglas Crook, brother of BHS captain Mike Crook.
(Photo: Bill Kirkland)
Tam W L
Seymour Agency 26 14
Carta i Vieia 26 14
El Panama Hilton 21 19
Carodz-Lindo 20 20
Austin Cars 17 23
Agewood 14 26
Five Leading Averages Toland
191, Aimeda 189, Best 189, Cascio
189, Soyster 187, Baker 187.
Carta Vieia 4 Agewood 0
Chuck Aimeda, who earlier in
the week was about to chuck his
16 pounder into the canal came
back strong Friday night and roll
ed a big 676 and paved tne way
for his Carta Vieja Yanee Rum
Runners to snatch all the points
and earned on all entries in the
league because no one else came
up with 4 to 0 verdicts.
His last game 247 played an im important
portant important part because in the final
irame as anchor man he had to
pick up a difficult split which he
did to eke a 9 pin win. For the
out distanced Agewood Bourbons,
it was going deeper ra the cellar.
Bud Balcer rolling consistently in
all leaeues went over the six hun
dred mark with 605 and is mak
ing his bid for the title of leading
Rudv 1579 247 165 915
Wallace 161 180 158 499
Aimeda 211 2J8 247 676
Totals 750 823 755 2328
iBalcer 218 192 195 605
Boyer 138 180 190 508
Knoll 171 189 159 519
Damian 172 172 202 546
Totals 699 733 746 2178
Stymour Agancy 3
El Panama Hilton I
Although Cascio cooled off after
last week's torrid aeries, the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour Agency is getting to be
rough on all teams. Whilte they
are four points behind the league
leaders, in the second spot, the
Seymour has been on the long end
of the scores for the past three
weeks. A six pin win by El Pana Panama
ma Panama in the home-sweet -home game,
deprived the Insurance men from
all four points.
While no one in the Seymour
Roster was outstanding neither
was any one poor. The high man
was Mike Nunes with 589 and low
i man Chuck Sowers M4, ana in
1 between Rob Richardson was cred
ited with 557 and Cas Cascio 564.
Butch Lanr led both quartets
with 605 and Bill Coffey was
only one close by with 583.
Richardson 190 189 178
Bowers 175 156 213
Nunes 186 221 181
Cascio 184 220 160
Totals 735 786 732
687 721 739
Austin Can 3 Evinrud 1
With the league leading aver average
age average bowler, Bob Toland on the
sidelines the Evinrude Put-put out outboard
board outboard motors ran into a stubborn
and resolute group of bowlers
from Austin Cars.
The Evinrude rolled their worst
series of the ten week old season,
but a belated rally in the final
game did prevent a shut out.
The high man on tne toem pole
was Austin's Les Pahl with 589,
and Ed Lowande's 585 was the
best the motors could produce.
Sopster 156 169 167 492
Vescio 137 168 206 511
Lowande 188 17? 224 585
Kunkel 178 12? 155 455
Totals 654 632 752 2043
Pahl 1 188 235 166 589
Thomas 181 167 161 095
Samaniego 145 1E4 186 485
.Best 170 194 183 547
Totals 684 750 696 2130
Fort Kobbo Mixed Liiaaue
Ttams W L
Hits and Mrs 38 22
Yo No Se 36V4 23V4
Misfits 35 25 :,
Lucky Seven so- 30
Slow Starters 30 30
Double Whammies 29 Vi 3014
Bad Pennies 2oV4 34tt
Winers 15 44
. Hits and Mrs. 3 Yo No Se 1
In what could prove to be the
most important contest of the sea season,
son, season, the two leading sextettes
clashed head on, and when the
dust of the battle settled anew
team is leadingt he league. The
0 no i started out as a they
were going to reatain their top
spot, hut the Hits and Mrs. took
the mid game by ten pins and
then pulled away by 46 pins,
which also gave them the ever
important TP point
The omppeau lamily teamed up
to lead the Hits and Mrs., with E-
Reeinald Douglas', consistent
Argentine horse Gavilan yes yesterday
terday yesterday turned on a strong burst
of speed in the final sixteenth
of the featured $1,000 six furlong
sprint for' first series Imported
thoroughbreds at the president
Remon racetrack to nose out
mutuels favorite Double Four.
Double Four has outsprinted
an unusually alert Melendez and
seemed a sure winner when he
carried a three-length lead in into
to into the homestretch but he could
not stave off Gavllan's closing
sDurt. Melendez wound ud third,
three lengths back while Gone Gone-tino
tino Gone-tino finished last without ever
being a prominent factor.
Jorge Phillips gave Gavilan a
competent ride. Braulio Baeza,
who dropped the heartbreaker
aboard Double Four, was the on
ly rider to score twice. He won
with unbeaten Romancero and
One of the highlights, of the
afternoon's activities, was a
smashing $73.20 upset victory
scored by My Friend. Emilio Da Da-rio
rio Da-rio gave one of his rare good
rides aboard the longshot. My
Friend coupled with seventh race
winner, mutuels choice King's
Park, for a $609.20 double payoff
tops for the weekend.
1 Princesa Vanldad $3.20, $2.40.
2 Ocala Miss $5.80
1 Cervecero $8.40, $4
Z Panzaretta $5
Firat Double: $14.20
1 Tanganica $5.80, $2.80
2 Pichoto $4.20
1 Damaduia $10.40, $3.40
2 Toxic $2.40
1 Romancero $3
2 No place betting
1 My Friend $73.20. $31.20
2 Manandoagua $6.80
-King's Park $5.20, $2.80
2 Polo Magneltco $3.40
Second Double: $609.20
1 Currita $24.20. $7.40
2 Francisquito $3.20
1 Sunfair $7, $5.20
2 Manandoagua $12.80
1 Gavilan $6.20, $2.80
2 Double Four $2.80.
die having 525 and hubb Chip
517. Only Marty Martelle held up
his end for the Yo No Se's for
Misfits 3 Winers 1
The male species of tht Misfits
decided to do the chores and let
the ladies have a rest. Dick Les Leslie
lie Leslie had a 507 scratch and 573,
Jim Simms 536, Ed Davis 512. Of
course Mabel Leslie tossed a 516
just to prove that the ladies could
do it if it was necessary.
As a -result of this foursome's
output the Winers were buried
deeper into the last place, and the
Misfits kept within striking dis distance
tance distance of the title. The Winers are
now ten points behind and with
the season nearing the end if looks
like they have the bottom spot
clinched. Miriam Al'cn was the
only one to hit the TC, a 507.
Lucky Sevens 3
Double Wha mmin 1
Double Whammies I
With five of the six Lucky Sev Seven
en Seven splitting the pins for marks 0 0-ver
ver 0-ver the cherished 500 mark, the
Double Whammies were fortunate
in taking at elast one point
Three gals in the Lucky Seven
lineup exhibited top notch bowling
Lee Basham 539, Barb Lax 507.
and Suzie Christianson 501, Joined
Jack Crummits 511 and Pete Bas Bas-ham's
ham's Bas-ham's 506 to blast the Double
Harry Wilder, returning from
fishing exploits, performed well
for the disposed Double Whammies
with a scratch high game of 218,
504 scratch set and 555 handicap
Slow Starters 1 5Bad Pennies 1
A three-pin loss in the middle
game prevented the Slow Starters
from bagging all four points. This
three-point result was more out
standing when pou consider that!
the oix Bad Pennies turned out
three keglers in the 500 class a-!
gainst two for the starters. Again
it was the boys who did the work
but did not bring home the bacon
for the Bad Pennies.
Dick -La Brode 517. Ralph Rose
518 and Ed Allen with e 529
scratch, 204 Single and 559 handi
cap needed support from the la ladies
dies ladies but it was not forthcoming.
For the Slow Starter Hank and
Nan Dreher took over and tbey
were in the spotlight with 571 and
511 sets. -- .-
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Hold! More Than Po
FRANKFROT. Ind. fNEAWThe
football season is building to its
climax, but the State of Indiana
is off on its annual basketball
binge, :: .:
From the start Of .November.
when it becomes legal under high
school rules to start firins. noth
ing else much matters to the en
tire populace of 2,556.467. Eerv.
body plays and tali basketball
and attends games until the last
shot is fired in the state hieh
school finals at Butler University's
I4,4d-seat fieidhouse in March.
There is no sagging attendance
problem here. Indiana's job is to
find seats for the hordes of fren frenzied
zied frenzied fans. High school basketball
in Indiana last season played to
i5,M5,25t paid admissions. Slight Slightly
ly Slightly more than 700 scnools play.
xexas, wnicn couai swallow In
diana in one corner, had 1,100
schools playing and its total at
tendance was 7.000,000 the sec
ond higheist firue in the United
Stfltps Ponncvlunnia Tllfnme onrl
0hio rank next in' order with
each attracting less than half the
Th world's largest high school
gymnasium with a seating ca capacity
pacity capacity of 8,284 is situated in Elk Elkhart,
hart, Elkhart, Ind.," a community of 35, 35,-646.
646. 35,-646. Several Indiana towns boast of
of gyms accommodating, more than
their population. Cherousbusco has
a population of 1,232, but the
gym seats 2,750. Lynnville has
404 souls and, the gym seats 1,920
Switz City has population of 328,
but a gym holding 4,562. The
prize of them all, however, must
be Centre Grove High with' its
student body of 25?. The gym
seats 4,000. And so it goes.
Many courts are inadequate, so
schools use 'them for practice and
play regular season games in
nearby gyms with more capacity.
Commodious playing areas are
constantly being erected.
The acute problem of how to
satisfy everbody is solved at
numerous schools by having the
clientele draw raeasonu tickets.
The problem Teaches its peak at
tournament time, then drawings
ar held practically everywhere
Disappointed patrons stay home
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Last year' state tourney-ee
tionals,1 regionals, semi-state and
finals played to 1,535,28 and fros
sed $934,022. ; ; :
Inside the packed-to-the-rftet
enclosures the spirit, color, hoopla
and roar -is something to behold.
Fans, are seen in prayerful poses
as tbey plead with th gods to
deliver that winning shot People
faint and occasionally the strain
is too mush for a player, ind he
passes out in front : A thousand
as the battle goes on. i
Indiana newspapers devote a
phenomenal amount of space to
high school basketball. They have
to. On .game nights, the tele
phone switchboards at all news-!
papaer offices light up like Christ 5
mas trees ior nours. Jt-veryDoay
wants to know the scores; any
score, all the scores.
This has beep going on for
years and will .continue to grow as
thousands of hoops continue to
go up in garages and barns and
on assorted poles in .every nook
and cranny of the Hoosier State.
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MONDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1957
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ROARING REPLACEMENT When the veteran. Al Jack,
"was sidelined by a shoulder separation, Penn State launched
a winninf streak with Richie Lucas, a 19-year-old sophomore, at
quarterback., Coach Rip Engle shows the kid how to pile it on.
CZ All-Star Football Team Ballot
Readeis are invited to vote for a 1957 All-Star canal Zone
fnnrho.ii tpam Fill out the f ollowine; ballots, and Dost them to
the- Sport Editor The Panama American, Box 134, Panama. Mar
n envelope -AU-atar ream.
r Ballots received through Thursday will count.
Readerj are also Invited to vote for the player of the year,
"the back of the yea- and the lineman of the year.
' All members of the Athletic Club, Balboa High School, Cris Cris-1
1 Cris-1 tobal High Schol and Junior College squads are eligible.
' Tackle 'i
Negro Arias Cops
Match In Dunlop
Player of the year:
Back ot the year:-
.' Lineman ot the year:
Voter's signature :-
l (Unsigned ballots will not be counted)
Midwest Can Show Best Lineup
Of Any Other Section Of U.S.
CHICAGO (UP) Only a select
few of these: finally will make the
1957 All-America team, hut the
Midwest can furnish a star-studded
lineup that is as good if not
getter than any other section
Two of the Big Ten stars, tac tackle
kle tackle Ales'Karras of lows and Mich Michigan
igan Michigan State's halfback, Walt Kowal Kowal-czyk,
czyk, Kowal-czyk, seemed certain to win berths
on most of the, numerous all-star
teams. ". .,
Kowalczyk has been : great de despite
spite despite "defenses stacked against
him," H,'ch : Duffy Daugherty
says.'. '. V
Two tackles could split votes in
opposition to KarrxS, his team teammate,
mate, teammate, Dick Klein, ana Purdue's
Junior giant,' Nick Muroley.
' Three other halfbacks. Jim Pace
of Michigan, Bob Mitchell of Illi Illinois,
nois, Illinois, and Don Clark of Ohio State,
should be mentioned.
Another Iowa standout was end
Jim Gibbons, a senior who has
hauled in 27 passes' for' 484 yards
and four touchdowns to rank fifth
nationally. Ohio State's Leo Brown
is another good end along with
Dave Kaiser of Michigan State.
Two centers rank at the top of
the Midwest- heap, Michigan
State's Dan Currie and Purdue's
Notre Dame merits a player
among the Ail-American candi candidates,
dates, candidates, junior guard Al Ecuyer.
Ecuyer, 195 pounds, was the only
player who drew individual praise
from coach .Terry (Brennan after
the Michigan State game, but he
has won praise after every con
In the quarterback spot, the
Midwest can offer -three possibil possibilities
ities possibilities .Michigan's Jim van Pelt,
Iowa's Randy Duncan, and Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State's Jim Ninowski.
U doet everything. .
but part your hair!
"Negro," Arias, medalist in the
first flight of the 1957 Dunlop
Golf Championship tourney now
belnif nlayed at the Panama
Golf Club, won his first round
match -during the week over
Frank More by a score of 4 and
3. ." v
In the second flight, the 'an 'annual'
nual' 'annual' medalist, Jorge Boyd.won
over Kascher 7 and 6. In the
women's flisht. medalist Char
lotte Hunter defeated Maggie
niHnn tint nnlv OTtftr hllster-
inff 20 hole match. Maggie found
that giving 6 strokes to a player
of Charlotte's calibre- was too
much of a load.
In the men's first flight, (up
per bracket) results were as fol
A. Arias d. More 4 and 3; Med-
lneer d. Father Donovan 2 and
1; Jim Hinkie a. bod wauser :
and 1: McGowan defaulted to
Kade; Rey Valdes d, Hattler 1
up; MacMurray a. jimmy Kiage
nrl T nl irono-n A .Tlmmv
Des Londes 0 and 4. C. Morris of
Albrook and F. Baldln were dis disqualified
qualified disqualified for not having played
In the lower bracket of the
first flight, results were: Babb
d. Torres 1 up; Moran d. Dr.
Massot 1 up; Schmltt defaulted
to Ellch; P. Diaz defaulted to
saarlnen; Landon d. Lively 1 up;
Daltoh d. Abad 2 and 1; Chan Chan-deck
deck Chan-deck d. Dehllnger 5 and 4; Nene
Arias defaulted to Kosik.
In the men's second flight
(uDDer bracket) results were:
Medalist Jorge Boyd d. Kascher
7 and 6; Stan Fldanque d. Kap
lan 2 and l; B. carpenter, d.
Swenson 3 and 2; Willis d. C.
Kline 3 and 3; E. Fldanque d.
Romagoza 4 and 3; Huffman d.
Cardenas 1 up; Shaw d. de 1
Ossa-2 and 1; Dilfer d. Harring Harrington
ton Harrington 6 and 5.
In the lower bracket of the
men's second flight Harrington
d. R. Boyd 3 and 2; R. de Mena
d. Cain (default); Sibauste d.
H. Fldanque (default) Wilber d..
Halman 1 up; Gleichman d.
Woodruff 4 and 3; Rupp d, Roa-
lnson 5 ana 3; Bass a. Tapia ana
Richardson d. Hernandez (no
scores posted for two last matches).
In the ladies' flisrht. in addi
tion to the Hunter-Daltonmatch,
Bev. Dilford, giving Pat Waring
3 strokes, nnaiiy won over ner
opponent by dropping a 30-foot
putt from the edge of the green
on No. 4 (22d hole) after coming
la all even after 18. In the low lower
er lower bracket of the women's flight,
Yvonne Bass defeated Margaret
Porter 2, up. .
Pairings j in the 1st round of
the men's, (light are as follows.
These and all other matches
must be played and -reported
NOT LATER than 6 p.m. on
Sunday, November 24th:
Negro Arias- vs Medlnger
Kade vs Rey Valdes
MacMurray vs Lul Arango
(Jim Hinkie advanced to the
3rd round through the disquali
fication of Morris and Baldwin)
Moran vs Ellch
Saarlnen vs Landon
Chandeck vs Kosik
Bass vs Dalton
In the second flight of the
men's tourney pairings are:
S. Fldanque vs Carpenter
E. Fldanque vs Willis
J. Huffman vs Dilfer
(In the upper bracket of the
second flight, by special ar arrangement
rangement arrangement Jorge Boyd played
his second round match with
Shaw, whom he defeated 2 and
Lower Bracket, second flight:
H. Harrington vs R. de Mena
Wilber vs Sibauste
Gleichman vs Rupp
Bass vs Richardson
In the womens' flight, pair
ings are as follows:
Owens vs Hunter
Dlckerson vs Dilford
Bass vs Carpenter
Robinson vs Jones
All of the above scheduled
second round matches must be
played off by 6 p.m. next Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Players are requested to
post the scores after completion
of the match. Any matches not
played through next Saturday
are required to use 9 Sunday
morning as official starting
Friday at Gym
A table tennis exhibition will
be held Friday. Nor. 22, at the
Panama. National Gvmnasliim
Police Headquarters on "A"
Avenue. . -'
The winners and rnnnersup
f the recently completed
Isthmian Tabic Tennis Cham Championships
pionships Championships will participate.
Scheduled U appear in the
exhibition are IAhmian sin singles
gles singles champion Arthur Joseph
and runnerup Stanley HalL
doubles champions George
-JGrannnm-WillUm Hill, mixes!
doubles champions Thomas
Chu-Marltx Lee de Yau, mili military
tary military singles champion A. Diss
and runnerup Raymond Nes- I
Pitt. - j
Admission free. j
iBowling Green 14, Marshall 7
Boston College 19, Marquette 14
New Hompshire 7, Massachusetts
Williams 39, Amherst 14
Brown 33, Harvard
Pennsylvania 28, Cnhimbia 6
Tufts 39, Norwich 13
Connecticut 0, Rhode Island 0
Carnegie Tech 27, Westminster
Yale 20, Princeton 13
Gettysburg 42, Temple 7
Delaware 34, Bucknetl 13
Franklin and Marshall 41 Muhlen Muhlenberg
berg Muhlenberg 20
Syracuse 34. Colgate 6
Trinity (Conn.) 20, VV e 1 1 e y a
Lafayette 40. -Western Maryland 13
Brandeii 33, Bridgeport 12
Hobart 19, Upsala Q
Drexei 8 Coast guard 0
Penn State 14, Holy Cioss 10
Dartmouth 20, Cornell 19
Army 20 Tulane 14
Lehigh 27, Buffalo 7
New Haven State 28, Baldwin
Hamilton 21, Union (N.Y.) 7
Indiana (Pa.) State li, Clarion 7
Rochester 2,5 Washington and Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson 12
Scrantdn 27, Wilkes 0
Moravian 32, Wagner i4
Grove City 13, Hiram 7
Juniata (Pa.) 40 Albright 13
Kutztbwn (Pa.) 14, East Strotids-
Swarthmore 14, Penn Military 8
Shaw 46. Lincoln (P..)
Dickinson 13, John Hopkins 13
American International 35 New
Lock Haven (Pa.) 13, Mansfield 0
Springfield 19, Hofstra 7
Haverford 20, Susquehanna 2
Thiel 19 Allegheny
Slippery Rock 12, West Liberty 0
Lycoming 21, Geneva 19
South Carolina 13, Virginia 0
North Carolina 12, V.P.I. 0
Duke 7 Clemson
William and Mary 38, Rutgers 7
Florida 14, Vanderbilt 7
Ft. Valley 12, Knoxville 0
Kentucky 27, Davier (O.) 0
Davidson 23, Richmond 19
West Virginia 27, Wake l'orest 14
Navy 52. George Washington 0
Chattanooga 34, Furman 0
Auburn 6, Georgia u
St. Augustine's 32. J.C. Smith 0
Morgan State 25, Hampton Insti-
Mississippi 14, Tennessee T
Clark 40. Savannah State 0
North Carolina A and T 13, Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia State:. f -v; ,T
Winston-Salem 14. Favetteville T
Emory Henry 34, Randolph Macon
Georgia Tech 10, Alabama 7
Bluefield State 14, North Carolina
South Carolina State M s r r 1
Tennessee State 32, Prairie View
Hampden Sydney 32, Washington
ana tee is
Louisville 40. Ohio U. 7
Livingstone 19. St. Paul's Poly 0
Morehouse 10, Howard U. 7
Livingstone 19, St. Pauls Poly 0
Morehouse 10, Howard U. O
Middle Tennessee 33. East Tenn.
Sewanee 34, Southwestern (Tenn.)
Alabama State 20. Fisk
Dillard 19, Tuskegoe Institute 7
Memphis St. 17, Louisiana Tech 7
Murray St. 33. Evansvi le 21
Virginia St. (Norfolk) 14, Kittrell
V,M.I. 33, Citadel 7
Elon 20, Lenoir Rhyne 7
Wofford 21, Newberry 13
Maryville vs. Carson Newman.
Mississippi St. 14. Louisiana St.
Florida A and M 42. Allen 0
Tennessee Tech 7, Arkansas St. 6
Bethune-Cookman 18, Dayier (La.)
Mississippi Southern 20. Florida St.
Maryland St. 47. Elizabeth Citv 7
McNeese 26, Southestero Louisiana
Eastern Kentucky 40. Morehead 1
Tampa 26, Appalachian St. 9
Western Kentucky 28, Wittenberg
Benedict 26, Miles 21
Oklahoma 13, Leland 8
Jackson 61, Kentucky St. 6
Howard College 14, Livingston St.
Northeastern Louisiana St. 20 Loui
siana College 19
Simpson 14, Iowa Wcdcyan 13
Iowa State 33, South Dakota 0
Colorado 27, Nebraska 0
Illinois Normal B9, Illinois Wesle-
Capital 28, Otterbein 14
Western Micmgan zs, Kent state
20 - v
Kansas State 23, Missouri 21
Southern (111.) U. 45, Northern
(111.) State 19
Cornell College 13. Ctrleton 13
Bradley 14, Valparaiso 14
William Jewell 45, Bethel (Kans.)
Depauw 37, Wabash 6
Lincoln (Mo.) U. 46, Central Mis Missouri
souri Missouri St. 7
Graceland 23, Tirkio 7
Hillsadale 27, GustavovAdolphys 7
KansSs Tchrs. 20, Northeastern
Houston 27, Wichita 6
Toledo 33, Muskingum 7
Rose Poly 46, Earths m 7
Kansas Wesleyan 27, Southwestern
Notre Dame 7, Oklahoma 0
Texas 14, Texas Christian 2
Rice 7 Texas A and M 6
Southern Mehodist 27, Arkansas
Texas Tech 26, Hardin Simmons
Wyoming 20, New Mexico 13'
Abilene Christian 40, Trinity
Wiley 24, Southern (La.) U. 20
Howard payne 14, Texas A and I
Stephen F, Austin 28, San Houston
T..I.. 14 flnninnetl T
Texas College 26. Bishop 6
College of Ozarks 21, Arkansas
Texas Southern 59, Gramblin 14
New Mexico Military Institute 59,
Arkansas St. 26, Langston 20
Daniel Payne 6, Morristown 6
New Mexico A and M 39, Omaha
Arizona (Tempe) St. 53, Montana
Highlands U. vs. Colorado College,
Denver 21, Utah Stale IB
Colorado State U. 19, Montana 7
Oregon 16, Southern California 7
Oregon St. 24, Stanford 14
For Golf Pros
LOS ANGELES (NF.A) The
winter tour of the prott vsionals will
start with the Los Angeles
Open Invitational at the Rancho
Golf Course, Jan. 3-6, and close
with the masters in Los An g e 1 e s
Ga., Apr. 3-6.
There will be a total of $298, $298,-ooo
ooo $298,-ooo in prize money.
New tournaments include those
highlighting the first Caribbean
PGA tour. Among them are-the
Panama, Puerto Rico and Jamai Jamaica
ca Jamaica Invitatkmals. Other new tour-
Washington St. 21, Idaho 13
Washington 35. California 27
Colorado St. 19, Peru St. 3
Utah 34, Air Force Academy 0
Whitworth 9, Eastern Washington
Arizona (Flagstaff; St. 26, Nevada
Pomona Claremont 40, Laverne
Puget sound 14, Pacific Lutheran
Fresno St. 13, San Jose St. 6
U.C.L.A. 21, College of Pacific 0
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (NEAJ
John Ivory Smith led the South
Atlantic League in strikeouts in
1957 with 196. He reports to the
naments are the Greater New
Orleans Open and the Metairie,
The largest purse increase will
be that of the Bing Crosby Na National
tional National 72-Hole Pro-Amateur, which
will be played under a new for
mat at the Pebble Beach, Mon-J
terey reninsuia and Cypress Point
clubs, Jan. 9-12, and for a purse
of $50,000, an increase of $35,000.
SMOOTH, soft riding with the new
of the All-New
!Sew Shipment of Men's Clothes. .
SLACKS 75 dacron 25 cotton
Italian SPORT SHIRTS
New American TIES V2 2 3 4"
Cashmere SWEATERS from famous name Cormoore.
All sizes and styles
English RAIN COATS
Remember: Motta'a Christmas
Raffle. Ask for your free ticket
for every $1.00 cash purchase.
Ohio State 17, Iowa 13
Michigan 27. Indiana 13
Michigan State 42. Minnesota 13
Western Reserve 19. Case Tech 6
Denison 40, Ohio Wesleyan 14
John Carroll 13, Bethany (W.Va.)
Detroit 33, Quantico Marines 0
Wooster 37, Oberlin 6
Wayne State U. 28. Northern Mich
Hope 21. (Beloit 0
Drake 20, West Texas State 19
Purdue 27, Northwestern 0 -:
Ripon 48, Knox 0
Dayton 13, Miami (Ohio) 7
Dubuque ; Central (Iowa) College
Grinnell ( SL 01 af .1
Wisconsin 24. Illinois 13
Centra (Ohio) State 44, Waynes-
Butler 41. Washington 'Mo.) 13
Kansas 13. Oklahoma State 7
Augustana (IlU) 13, Carthage t
Simpson i, iowa Wesleyan 13
Iowa State S3. South Dakota
Colorado 27, Nebras!: O
Illinois Normal 39. Illinois Wesle Wesleyan
Capital 28. Otterbein 14
Western Michigaa 28, Kent State
tansas sate 33, South Dakota
Augustana (I1L) 13 Carthage t
OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTIJEl BENEFICENCE
' PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA V
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2019, Sunday, November 17, 1957
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two series "A" Si "B" of 28 pieces each.
Approximations Derived From First Prize
I 3124 520.00 S120 520.0 JI2S 520.0 3130 MO. 3132 520.00 3135 520.0 31ST S20.J JIM S2. JU1 SM.JJ I
1 3115 520.M 3127 520.00 312 520.00 3131 52.- 3134 520.00 313S 520.B 313S S2. 3140 52. 3141 52.W
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
t t s
Mil 200.M ISM 200 M MSS tM.H IPS 200.M 4IS t.H MS 2M.M 7S 200.M 1000 20. H WI 20.0
U7T 110 00 007 13 00 O001 130 0 003 130.0 6003 13 0 000 130.00 00 1S.0 002 130.0 0OM l.
S7S 1MM MM IS: i82 131.00 084 130.M f87 130.00 SOTS 130.00 W1 130.00 0093 13 H 005 13.W
Approximations Derived From Third Prize
si a S SI I I t $ t
24 1M.M I 1294 1M.M I24 151.01 3294 1S6.M 4294 15 H S24 15100 129 15S.W T2M ISi.H S2 15S.H
mi 11 M iW 1M 0 iriii IM OO t 104.! 023 14.0 S29 14.0 I S29S 14.00 MM 14.0 532 14.
S2M IN. S2SS 1M!N S2K 1HH 122 104.M 8295 104.00 8297 104.01 829 14. 831 104.M SJ3 14.
Prise-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: The 1st in Colon, tod Colon, 3rd in Chlriqui
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending In 3 and not includ ed In the abore list win Fifty Two Dollars (152.06) each.
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "B"
ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
The Representative of the Treasury, JOSE GUTLLERMO AIZFU
JOSE DOMINGO SOTO
Notary Public, Panama
WITNESSFS: Demetrlo Icasa R.. Ced. 47-225
Arnold C. Rlgby, Hotel Panama
PABLO A. PIXEL M.' M.'-Secretary.
Secretary. M.'-Secretary. i
kjTC- ,rh "l'"n Mrlioto with the last cipher ond with th two loot
VS I I riohcr nr.l only to th Tint Prize.
Th rtnrt Priro ond tlx 3nd and 3rd Prltoo ar drawn teparataly Th ap ap-proTlmatlonf
proTlmatlonf ap-proTlmatlonf ar ealmiatad on tho.firat. 8and and Third Prlta. In cat
a rkkct ohnuld eair tl.t numbora af oacb prlza. tbo holdar U antltlod to
claim namant rnr i
DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, November 17, 1957
- Drawing Number 720
Tho prire will t aoM In aecordaiK wKh th Official Ust of Panama
th. ttHrm f th w.Hmal Wanoflcawl Lnttory taated im Contra! A.inao.
PUn of Ordinary Drawing- Ne. 202 which will take
jilaee November 24, 1957 ; t
filvldad to two aorle of 9 fraction each daaomlnaUd "A
1 rtrat Frltc. Srle A and B. of 520,0" 0 each Mrlao
1 Second Prize. Serial A and B. of T.0O0.M each eerie
1 Third Prize. Seriee A and B. of 3.90A.M each aerie
18 Aooreximationf. Seriea A and B. af 2.M oach aeria
Prize. Seriea A and B. of 1.3. each aerlea
wJ Prizaa. Series A and B. of 70 00 each aeriea-
90 Prizes. Seriea A and B. of i UN aaeb aorio
SECOND PBIZS --',
18 Approxlmarloiu. Serte A and B. ot S S W each seriea
Prize. Serial A and B. of US-M ack aeria
IS Appreximatlorta. Serial A and B. of f 2 N aach aerlea
1 Prizes. Seriea A and B, of .S.t each aorio
- 34.040 00,.
-i ;. .'
Price of a whole ticket S26.00
Price of a fifty-second part ....... ..SQ
PRIZES Alt PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OK TAXES
HI f t 1
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER '. U
; MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 195J
C L AS S I F i EDS
this; space is for sale
for information telephone 2-0740
TH'S ; SPACE IS FOR SALE
iv v. 'vk s:
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 5-0740
PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottage
Santa Clara. Bex 1190 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1473.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homes, on
batch. Phone Thopmton, Balboi
Foster cottages and large house,
one mile past Casino. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT: Commercial sites
under construction (round
floor with space of 195 and 192
M2 reipectly, located 45 Street
and Justo Arosemcna Ave. For
information Quijano. Phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. FOR RENT: Commercial site
just built in Peru Ave. op opposite
posite opposite Ministerio Hacienda y Te Te-soro.
soro. Te-soro. For information Quijano.
Coal Mines Hit
Moms For Peace;
Decry Missile Lag
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Southern Coal Producers As Association
sociation Association proposes that the govern government
ment government stop spending money on a a-tomie
tomie a-tomie power experiments and use
the funds for missiles.
"The money, already spent and
contemplated for thi wasteful
and, unnecessary program :l!us :l!us--
- :l!us-- trates the type of spending which
may be responsible for our lag in
thai micella fiol1 rinanito Irp-Yion-
dous over all budgets which arc
a drain upon our entire economy,"
association president Joseph E.
Moody sard "in a statement.
"There has never been any
sound reason for gnernment entry
Into the field of developing atomic
energy to be used in competi competition
tion competition with coal, gas and oil. In this
time of crisis, it is almost crimi criminal
nal criminal to waste funds and scientific
manpower on such efforts."
Moody cited the new atomic re reactor
actor reactor at Shipningnort, Penn..
which he said was built "on cop
of a coal field with government i
He said the cost of electricity
produced by the reactor "will be
at least 65 mills per UlowMt hour
as comnared to approximately
five mills per kilowatt hour for
DRAMATIST Sultry Tina
I Louise, whose "Appassionata
von Climax" in the Broadway
I stage hit "Li'l Abner" wai a
' far cry Lady MacBeth, will
now try a dramatic role in Hoi-
iywood. She ays the pro pro-'
' pro-' ducert of the film version ol
; "God'i Little Acre" think ihe'i
capable of emotion as well a;
sex appeal. She plays a "Babj
Doll"-type character in the film
4U f Jsly Are. mad -H-.SL
ATTINTICN. O. I.! just built
medarn furnished apartments. I.
2 bedrooms, hat. cold water
Phone Panama 5-4941.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 2 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, screbned. Via f-jrrai 56,
$60.00. Keys apartment I, call
telephone 2-2316; 3-0234.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. One, two
and three bedrooms. Telephone
1 386, New Alhambra Apartments
I Oth Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: In house under
construction, that will be ready
before the end of the month of
November, moderns apartments
2 bedrooms with sliding doors,
closets, maid's .room with serv service,
ice, service, washtubs inside the
apartment, garage, etc. For $125
and $150. 45 Street East and
Justo Arosemcna corner. Infor Information
mation Information Quijano. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartments
ments apartments in Cangrejo, maid's room
and garage. $105.00 located in
Eusebio A. Morales Ave) For in information
formation information Quijano, phone 2 2-2718.
2718. 2-2718. FOR RENT: In Campo Alegrc,
two bedrooms, only $100.00 in
"Crittina" building. Manuel Ma.
Icaxa Ave. For information Qui Quijano
jano Quijano 8th Street No. 5-30.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments,
ments, apartments, I bedroom, living-dining
room $60.00 and $70.00.
House No. 4-166 45th street
East. For information Quijano.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment $80.00 in "Ana" building
No. 14, Ricardo Arias Street
(Campo Alegre). Information
Quijano 8th St. 5-30.
FOR REhiT: Furnished 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, opposite Cole Cole-gio
gio Cole-gio Maria Inmaculada, corner
41st. Street and Justo Arose Arosemcna
mcna Arosemcna Ave. $200.00. For infor information
mation information Quijano. 8th street 5-30.
FOR RENT: Furnished one
room apartment $75.00. House
No. 22. 44th St. East, "Florida"
building. For information. Quija Quijano,
no, Quijano, FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. $75.00. Two
bedroom $90.00 with balcony.
Foderico Boyd No. 1. Tel. 3 3-1516.
1516. 3-1516. Farm Costs Rising;
Seed,. Feed, Steel
Are Big Elements
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 (UP)
The Agriculture Department
said today farm production
costs already at a record
high are expected to eo up
"silently to moderately" in
Economists writing in me
I0t;a ntlnnlr issue of "The Farm
rno CMHiatinn" salri maTlv Of
the factors that have governed
farm cost rates in tne past wu
rnnt.inne to ODerate in the
Farm wage rates will con continue
tinue continue to be influenced by .1ob
opportunities off the farms and
industrial wage rates, the De Department
partment Department said.
Prices of farm machinery
-.ill jansnJ nil rtrinfia fit steel.
Will U 1 1J 1 J 1. v..
Industrial wage rates andi
Prices paid for seed and feed
win tend to fluctuate witn
prices received by farmers ior
their seed and feed crops.
PrWs nf feeder cattle will de
pend chiefly on ranee condi
tions and prices or iai caic.
Farm property taxes will go
up with the Increasing cost of
local governmental services,
chiefly schools and roads.
The Department predicted
higher farm costs in 1958 for
farm wopertv taxes per acre,
interest rates and prices naid
for farm machinery, motor
vehicles, farm real estate, fenc fencing
ing fencing materials, fertilizer and
some farm supplies.
Prices for feeder livestock are
expected to be about the same
as In 1957 while those oaid tr
feed and seed are expected to
average somewhat lower.
FOB BENT: Modern and torn
ruble 2 bedroom house, nxt
to Madurito butldln:. El Cao Cao-(rre)o:
(rre)o: Cao-(rre)o: holwiter corrections and I
bedroom alr-eondltloned. Bental
S125.M monthly. Apply Wolff and
Cvmpany Ltd., Slut Street No. J J-I.
I. J-I. Tel. 1-C9CS.
V" "yl VU Espaha
, T TeL 1-1383
l.f.AVK rOVM AD WITH ONE OP OUB
INTERNAL Dt PUBLIC AC lONKS-No
""r.T.1:0 8 MORU80N-4h of Jul! Ave. a J SI. LEWIS
f ARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue at HnilseHni n ivnunin 1 1 a-
VAN-UKB-JIS 60 Street No FABMACIA EL BATUBBO Pa.que Lefevre
lha R 1 1 Vl4 1 k..l.. A r1!! rklW f aal A n .
FOR SALE: 1939 Pontlac, 4
door Sedan, radio $85.00 cash.
Call Gamboa 6-259.
FOR SALE: 1951 Pontile
Tudor Sedan; 25 h.p, Johnnson
outboard motor. Phone Clayton
FOR SALE.: 1956 Chevrolet
station wagon, low mileage, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Call Navy
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Belvedee 4 -door, stawagon fully
equipped 1 949; Pontiac 4-door
Sedan, first class insida out.
Topnotch mechanically and ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. Quarters 9. Quarry
Heights. Tel. 82-2209.
FOR SALE: Station wagon
Chevrolet 1955 duty paid, Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-6105.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac
Sedan $3600. No trades. After
4:30 Qtrs. 2140-D. Curundu.
FOR SALE: Ford Coupa 1957,
no duty, black and white tone.
Chevrolet Sedan 1956, radio,
white tires, no duty. Call 3-6068
from 4 p.m. 7'p.m.
the McLevy way. Body Massare,
Excerrislng Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators for ladies
and lentlemen. Get results.
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-48
(Across Bahco Naclonal)
Gibraltar f ,tfe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel Panama ?-05S2
155 Central Ave.
SAN JOSE EXCURSION
Nov. 28 Dec. 1
All Expense Tour for $65.00
Come and Get It
1 fish cakes
j 4 Clam
I 8 Repast
' 12 Lemon
14 Sea eagle
15 Used to catch
, 16 Artistic
j 18 Stalest
! 20 Songfests
. 21 Lettuce
22 Theater box
24 Horse color
5 War god ot
6 Cooking vessel
7 Partake ot
! 30 Depose
26 Dried out, as
( 32 Immaturity
, 34 After
1 luncheon nap
1 35 Woman
1 37 Wing-shaped
,41 Creek letter
' 42 Measure
84 Here (Fr.J
55 Source of
2 Smell, u ot
, 1 Consecrate
4 Hay measure
AGENTS, i.im nrnrn it
3 ltlen Plaza CASA ZALDO-Central Ave. 45 LOUKDES PHABM ACV
Central Avenue 12,165 Tel. 432
TROPELCO S. A. SPECIAL OF OFFER.
FER. OFFER. Gas stoves, washing ma machines,
chines, machines, refrigerators and televi television
sion television seti -at the best installment
prices. Make your payment ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Take advantage of
this Christmas offer. 45th street,
opposite "Central de Lecheries".
FOR SALE: Mahogany bed bed-room
room bed-room suite, 5 pieces, inner spring
mattress and box springs: roll-a-press
ironor, ielphy deluxe
vaccum cleaner; girls 26" bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, boy's 26" bicycle. Reason Reasonably
ably Reasonably priced. Call Ft. Clayton
FOR SALE: Modern dining
room sat complete, wbgffet jnd
6 upholstered chairs. Cheap, (te (tetania
tania (tetania 424-F.
FOR SALE: Washing machine
Kenmore, fully automatic, per perfect
fect perfect running condition. Call Al Alfa
fa Alfa rook 86-3141.
FOR SALE: Livingroom, dining
room, and bedroom furniture.
Good price. Phone 3-4227. From
9 to 12 and 3 to 6.
Judge Would Have
Con Kid Problems
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 UP)
Brooklyn Judge Samual S Leibo Leibo-witz
witz Leibo-witz has propo?d a national edu educational
cational educational program to acquaint
young married and nga?Jd cou couples
ples couples with the dri'ipcrs facing chil children
dren children "in this mad, nectic, psychi psychiatric
atric psychiatric worjd."
Leibowitz, an expert on juvenile
delinquency sdM the nation "must
start with its young parents" in
order to cut down on youthful
crime, which he called "the most
important perplexing problem"
lacing the lou-ury.
"We should start right at the
marriage license burecu he said.
Virtually- all young married cou couples,
ples, couples, fie satci,. want to bring up
their children to be law biding
hut need to be educated on the
factors that lead to delinquency.
Leibowitz criticized some par parents
ents parents for "not teaching their kids
basic morality." He said olhers
set a bad example fort her chil children
dren children by themselves showing little
respect for tne law by such s-nall
things as iixing parking ticksts.
"The parert must set the exam
ple, he said on -the NBC televi
sion program," "Youth Wants To
Reported US 'Plot1
To Oust Sukarno
DJAKARTA, Nov. 18 (UP) The
Indonesian government, said today
it was studying reports of an allee
ed American plot to overthrow the
government of President Sukarno.
Official spokesman Suwiio Knsu
mowidago of the Foreign Of'iee
said the reports, which apparent
ly originated in Communist Cti'na
and India, would be studied ''wr
He refused to comment further.
A spokesman a1 Army hgil
quarters meanwhile said the ex exports
ports exports were "worth investigation."
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PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
Sealed bids, for opening in pub pub-lie,
lie, pub-lie, will be received, until 10:30
A. M., November 22. 1957, in
the office of Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for
bits; files; chain; links; wrenches
and parti for drill,, grinder, ham hammer,
mer, hammer, concrete mixer, pneumatic
tools, payloadar, road roller and
winch. For further information
and copy of Invitation No. S-57-379
contact office of Super Superintendent,
intendent, Superintendent, Storehouse Branch,
FOR SALE: Hermes typewriter
$7.00; 60-cycie automatic Hot Hot-point
point Hot-point washer, reasonable; Kirk
sterling silver flatware "Repous "Repousse
se "Repousse ""pattern. Tel. Curundu 4141.
INVITATION FOR BIDS
Name and Location of Project:
Renovation and Extension to
Washington School. Renovation
and Extension to Lincoln School.
Renovation to Commandant Gade
School New Kindergartert and
Community Center For Savan
(ALL ST. THOMAS. V. I.)
GOVERNMENT OF THE VIRGIN
By (Issuing office) Department
f Property b Procurement, Divi Division
sion Division of Procurement, Charlotte
Amalie. St. Thomas, Virgin Is Is-landsr
landsr Is-landsr SEALED BIDS in single copy for
furnishing all labor, equipment,
and materials and performing all
work for tha project described
herein will be received until 2:00
p.m. Atlantic Standard Time,
Monday, December 9, 1957 in
the Senate Building ( Bottom
Floor 1st. door on left),
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas,
Virgin .Islands and then PUB PUB-4'CLY
4'CLY PUB-4'CLY opened, 1
BIDDING MATERIAL, B I D
GUARANTEE. AND BONDS,
plans and' specification and (1
L.. '.......I J.....t.' ..."
open for public1 Inspection at the
Office of the Public Works Com Commissioner,
missioner, Commissioner, Charlotte Amalie, St,
Thomas, Virgin Islands and
Charles L. Hilborn Aseociates,
23 CrvstM Gad'e, Charlotte Ama Amalie,
lie, Amalie, St.. Thomas, Virgin Islands,
for the following:
ST-36 Renovation and exten extensions
sions extensions to Washington. School.
ST-3 7 Renovation and exten extensions
sions extensions to Lincoln School.
ST-38 Renovation of Com-
mandant Gade School.
ST-2S New Kindergarten and
Community Center for Savan.
All in accordance with plans and
spacif ications prepared by
Charles L. Hilborn Associates,
23 Crystal Gade, Charlotte Ama Amalie,
lie, Amalie, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
Copies of the plans and specifi specifications
cations specifications may be obtained either
from the Department of Prooerty
and Procurement Charlotte Ama Amalie,
lie, Amalie, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands,
75 Kronprindsens Gade, (op (op-posit
posit (op-posit of the Catholic School) or
from the Consulting Architeet Architeet-Enoineers
Enoineers Architeet-Enoineers upon receipt of fifteen
($15.00) dollars which sum will
be refunded upon return of the
plans and specifications in good
condition within-ten.' ( 10) days
after the date on which bids are
received or else the entire de deposit
posit deposit will be forfeited.
Each proporsal must ba accom accom-pained
pained accom-pained by a certified check pay payable
able payable to the Goverment of the U.
S. Government Virgin Islands or
a bid bond to the favor to the
Goverment from a reliable surety
company authorised to do busi business
ness business in the U. S. Virgin Islands
in an amount equal to two
( 2 ) percent of the proposal.
Tha certified check will be re retained
tained retained to pay for any damaga or
los to the Government or tha
liability bond will accrue in case
the successful bidder shall neg neglect
lect neglect or refuse to enter into a
contract in accordance with his
The Government of the U. S.
Virgin Island's reserves the right
to consider bids tor thirty (30)
days after their receipt before
awarding any contract and the
right to accept a bid for the
total, or any one or group of
schedules one (1) to four (4),
or to reject any or all af them.
For the quidance of contractors
not familiar with the area, who
mav be interested in these pre pre-estinute
estinute pre-estinute for the work is $100. $100.-000.00
000.00 $100.-000.00 to $150,000.00.
TEL 2-2374 : ;
Corner "IT Darien St.'
rrKClAnO? Street Me. 11 a) AGIN CIAS
182 La CaKasguilla fABMACIA JLOM-
Boats b Motors
FOR SAL: 21 -ft. cabin cruis cruiser
er cruiser "Viveca" No. 1060 with
Chrysler 1 25-hp. angina. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. For further infor information
mation information call Panama 2-1840 or
contact Primo at Balboa Yacht
FOR SALE: Cottage near Gor Gor-gona
gona Gor-gona beach. Completely furnish furnished.'
ed.' furnished.' Retirement or waak-endf.
Only 50 mile from Balboa.
Phone Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE: For Christmas.
Wire Hair Terrier Puppies. A. K.
C. registered. Phona Navy 2407.
LOST. White parakeet. Rweardf
Call Cristobal 3-2415.
Aston Cox Funeral
Set For Tomorrow
Funeral services' will be held
tomorrow af ternon at the San
Miguel Chapel for Aston N Cox,
who died at his home on 24th
St., Guachapali, last Saturday.
Mr. cox, a native of Barbados,,
is a retired employe of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company. He has no
After Sheriff's Deputy Wounded
I CLANTONUAla' Nov. 18 (TJP)
rlJ i ( a '...T. I. J 1
unicers armea witn nana gre- icrowa oi luwiispeepiei onu jtepi-up
nades, rifles and tear gas killed continuous fire into the small
HAWM ..Jl...ltl.,l( Im. 'l(tll.kAI,BA V.
UIIO ucgiu .auu tl.UI.UlCU IWU VUlv 9
at a barricaded dwelling early to
day m a gun battle that "sounded
like a small war."
Sheriffs and hignway patrolmen
from eight counties, accompanied
by "some 150 to 200" white towns townspeople,
people, townspeople, converged on the dwelling
in foggy darkness after a deputy
sheriff and another white man
were wounded by gunfire from
ambush last 'night.
Five other law officers were
"nicked' by shotgun pellets fired
from the dwelling in which the
suspected Negroes had an arsenal
of weapons and ammunition, au authorities
thorities authorities said.
One Negro was shot down as
he rsn from the dwelling with a
shotgun under his arm, apparently
drivea out by the tear gas.
Officers then stormed the house
at 2 a.m. and found one Negro
suspect inside hiding a shotgun
under a bed and the other hur
riedly piling handsful of shotgun
shells in a refrigerator, officers
The officers and volunteer white
townspeople, many of them also
armed, then set oft with hounds
in searcn oi anotner iegro sus suspected
pected suspected of shooting at the deputy
The incident for a time raised
a threat of mob violence in this
Central Alabama fown. White men
and bovs were seen driving on the
street before dawn with shotguns
visible in their cars.
The two suspects picked up and
jailed after the gun cattle were
not identified. Aurnormes --gam
they sought "seven oi eight" other
Negroes suspeced of being in involved
volved involved in the ambush shootings.
Jailer Rov Smrth said it Degan
ahnnt 7 n.m. Saturday when dep
uty Floyd L. Porter 27, stopper!
car driven by jonn ir.ee m
Jemison, Ala., on a routine driv drivers'
ers' drivers' license check
While he questioned Price on
U S.' Hiehwav 31. a shot gun
blast ripped over the top of the
car and several pellets struct pas passenger
senger passenger Billy Rhodes, aJso of Jem
Porter eave chase through an
open field, and as he rounded a
small ; Negro church he charged
into a blast from a shotgun wmcn
almost tore off hrs left hand and
punctured his left hing. authori
ties said. .-.
Bring Braedhoundt 5
Authorities hroueht bloodhounds
from Draper prison to the church,
and followed one trail to the home
of Willie Dunnigan,,4r5, at Jxraiax,
rural crossroad three mues
north of here.
' Chilton county iheriff Hugh
Champion ordered Punnigan to
come out, and Dunnrgsn answered
with a shotgun blsr through the
window, it was reonrted.
Sheriff Mac-Butler of Montgom Montgomery.
ery. Montgomery. Ala.; Capt Joe Smelley, chief
of the Alabama : highway patrol;
eight patrol cars from surrounding
i counties and local officers con-
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1 PICCY BANK Well, it's just as. good and maybe a, better.
'. 'collector of small coins than any piggy bank. Tourists InJ
i Florence, Italy, have started a fad. of tossing coins in the!
fountain of 11 Porcellino, which has'a bronze pig lis its central!
theme. Police.- foreerour.cU neriodically fish the coins Iromi ;
the fountain. Local regulations state that any coins thrown InJ
any city fountain become municipaf property Judging from!
the number of coins .visible, the fishing .'musbelffetty goodj
Verged ons the s scene with the
I J .1. J- 1 1.....
Dunnigan was driven from the
home by tear gas, his shotgun
cocked m his arm. He was struck
down by "more than 20 bullet
wounds" and died without regain regaining
ing regaining consciousness two hours later
in the Chilton County hospital.
His wife, Louise liunnigan, 41,
was admitted to the hospital in
"fair condition" with shotgun
wounds in the stomach. The cou couple's
ple's couple's young.:; children were not
Try Another Trail
Smith, said -the posse then took
up another trail but gave up late
today in a dense fog.
rwe don't know whether iun-
compact kitchens by
ill nWar'i .i ir-
. Kitchen. fort tho office
- Dwyer compact kitchens, like the "400" above, provide
for, every culinary need electric range, sank, refrigerator -and
food storage all in one easy to install unit For coffee
breaks, noon- hour conference or sight ahift meals,
Dwyer kitchen pay oS handsomely in convenience and
'. employee morale. May we tell you more about the vena- -tie
"400"? Drop us a note or call today. Other models 39
to 69 inchee wide aleo available. rl -'
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J-mlnufa ear wash $. rtMnl
elegning of motor $5, waxing ef
r ear $6. u.te-Bafie, Trana-ltth.
mian Highway near Sears.
la r m ...
nigsn shot Porter or not, Smith I
said.v'We DelleVe; seven or eight ',
are mixed up, In ii", and we're go-'
ing to get them -all.
"There's just no excuse for it.
They just opened up and shot Por
ter." 1 dont know if there was any
moonshine whiskey mixed up in
it or not, but you know they- had
some of it under their helts."
The. jailer added "Several New
York papers have called down
here trying to make a racial in incident
cident incident out of thisi I told them to
eo to hell.. The deputy just stopped
he car. for a license, check and
the Negroes opened up. We didnt
do any shooting at Dunnigan'a
home until he answered the sheriff j
wih a blast from that 16 gauge.
"I was shooting, but I was up
there trying to save my life. We
ffot a 10b to' do, and thats to i
protect1 our SoHi"
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As Riot Police Guard American Embassy .
French Foreign Minister
'Us or Russia Story of
'!."' UTW YORK, Nov. 18 (UP) French Foreign Minister Christian Pineau said today that Anfclo-American ship-
merits of arms to Tunisia did not head off possible arms deliveries from Moscow to that North African country.
Viibtead, he said they only succeeded in greatly angering French public opinion.
?":. peau made his statement shortly after arriving here by plane from Paris on, his way to Washington and talks
?r with Secretary of SUe John Foster Dulles.' The United States and Britain decided last week to supply small arms
and ammunition to Tunisia, a former French protectorate.
Pineau in effect denied a statement made by Sen. Henry Jackson (D-Wash.) who said the Anglo-American
iarms move was necessary to counteract a potential Soviet supply of arms.
Pineau said he had been assured by Moscow that it did not plan to send, weapons to Tunisia. He also asserted
wthat Tunisian President Habib Bourguiba does not desire arms from the Soviets.
t have never had any lnfor-
!Hnn that Russia will deliver
Idrms to Tunisia," Pineau said,
f "Bourgulba has never said
the wanted arms from Russia,
t'und the Soviet ambassador in
' I Paris has riven assurances
4hat Russia is not going to
send arms to Tunisia."
i;ZMeanwhile truckloads of riot
police guarded the U.S. and
British embassies in Paris a a-salnst
salnst a-salnst threatened demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations by French right-wingers
angered by the Anglo-American
arms shipments to Tunisia,
f With public temperature still
at boiling point over the Anglo Anglo-American
American Anglo-American atcion. two truckloads
nfnniiM tank ud protective po-
iiHnns outside the American
tomhocKv near the Place de
ir 1 POST GUARDS
Another truckload of riot po
"n n,os nnsted outside the Brit
h Fmbassv two blocks away
and other guards were placed a a-found
found a-found the Tunisian and Moroc Moroccan
can Moroccan embassies.
i Authorities acted following
ihreat of extreme rightwingers
to demonstrate outside the em embassies.
bassies. embassies. But no incidents were
r- Sometimes the flirl with tJown tJown-r
r tJown-r eosteyes lsonty watching her step
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v. This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
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;Binch of the Panama Canal
' High 87 87
' Low 74 80
High 93 90
Low 70 78
(max. mph) W-14 NE-19
RAIN (inches) .22 0
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Most of the riot police, equip equipped
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tons, batons, remained inside their
trucks. But individual police
were posted all along: the
ILICHTER SIDE Even the
serious subject of Asian flu
falls prey to the American habit
of finding the lighter side of
any problem. A leading card
manufacturer has published the
one above to be sent to flu vic victims.
tims. victims. The verse inside reads:
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Senate Racket Men
Probe Al Powerful
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 (UP5
The Senate Rackets commit committee
tee committee pursued a new investiga investigation
tion investigation today into one of the most
powerful unions in the country
the 800,000-member Interna International
tional International Brotherhood of Carpen Carpenters
ters Carpenters and Joiners.
Counsel Robert F. Kennedy
disclosed the committee has
begun an inquiry into the car car-oenters"
oenters" car-oenters" union, headed by the
independently wealthy Maurice
Hutche?on, a vice president of
the AFL-CIO. Hutcheson and
two co-officials invoked the
orotection of the fifth Amend Amendment
ment Amendment when questioned last
June by the Senate Public
Roads Subcommittee investigat investigating
ing investigating alleged highway scandals
Kennedy said the rackets'
eroup subpenaed the records
last week of the union's head head-marters
marters head-marters in Indianapolis but
efused to say why. i
A CRUDE AND SENTIMENTAL DRAMA!
"THE GREATEST PICTURE BOUGHT FROM
ENGLAND THS YEAR!"
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streets bordering the U.S. em embassy.
bassy. embassy. Pineau's trip to the United
States followed angry French
protests that the U.S.-Brltlsh
shipments of arms to Tunisia
last week constituted a violation
of the North Atlantic pact.
The French fear the arms will
fall into the hands or rebels
fighting the French In Algeria
just across the border from Tu Tunisia.
nisia. Tunisia. Sources said Pineau will ask
Dulles for two things
He will request the United
States not to send any more arms
He will ask for full American
support when the Algerian issue
comes up for debate In the Unit United
ed United Nations General Assembly
The sources said Pineau also I
may ask Dulles to help the Tu
nisian and French governments
come to an agreement that on
ly France should supply that for former
mer former North African protectorate
Arms negotiations between
France and Tunisia broke down
when the French insisted that
the Tunisians not purchase arms
from any other country, parti
The crisis over Tunisia also
will be discussed in a NATO
council meeting this week.
Western diplomatic c 1 r clesi
were cautiously hopeful today
Hop To Skip NY's
New Safely Moves
NEW YORK, NOV. 18 (Up')
New York City, with' the hlghT
est pedestrian death toll in the
nation last year 441 begins
today a year-long crusade to
.The city also intends to at attempt
tempt attempt stopping motorists from
violating the pedestrian's right
The Mayor'. Committee for
Pedestrian Safety will lead the
It's program consists of edu educating
cating educating both motorists and pe pedestrians
destrians pedestrians to the rules of the
riht of wav. The committee
will employ newspapers, radio,
television and posters in its
Other planned moves Include
installation of 500 additional
electric "walk" and "don't
walk" slE-ns at intersections,
limiting stop lisnt cycles to 60
seconds, posting of 1,000 signs
instructing motorists to "yield
to pedestrians," police control
pnd instruction over loudspeak
ers of pedestrian traffic at
maior intersections and distrl-
bution to jav walkers 0f
panrhlpts on safety.
Officials intend to attempt
to pet an anti-iaywalker or
dinance oassed after the cam
paign ends in December, 1953.
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that the crisis over the Tunisian
arms shipments soon would blow
They based their optimism on
France, although outraged, is
faced with a fait accompli. Tne
arms already are in Tunisia.
The French have no Inten Intention
tion Intention or desire to withdraw from
NATO. As a result, they can do
little more than make angry pro protests.
tests. protests. The Algerian debate In the
U.N. will be crucial to French
future policy in North Africa.
France must have U.S. and
British support to escape being
condemned by the U.N. for ig ignoring
noring ignoring Algerian independence
demands and continuing to
fight a three-year-old war
Political circles, meanwhile
predicted that France's troubles
with its alliance partners wouia
help premier Felix Gaillard win
a confidence vote on finances in
the National Assembly tomorrow.
But Galllard's majority was ex
pected to drop.
In 'Sidewise Step'
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 (UP) -I
A government expert said today
we -nation v ecunuuiy win iuunu iuunu-ly
ly iuunu-ly continue a "more or lessside lessside-wise
wise lessside-wise movment" in 3958 unless a
Sputnik gets into it.
The term "sidewise movepient"
was used by Secretary of Com Commerce
merce Commerce Sinclair Weekslast week in
denying the economy vwas on
Today's forecast was made by
Nathan M. Koffsky of the Agri Agriculture
culture Agriculture Department's Economics
Division, in a speecl) prepared for
the opening of the Department's
35th Annual Outlook Conference.
Some 130 agricultural extension
workers from 47 States, Hawaii
and Puerto Rico were expected to
Koffsky said that since early in
the year the real output of goods
and services has held lairly sta
"Prospective changes in de
mands from, consumers, from busi
ness. and from government indi
cate that, on balance, the more or
less sidewise movement of the e
conomy can be expected to con
tinue well into 1958," he said.
"Even so, the course of events
could dictate otherwise. The cold
war has spread into space with its
impact on the economy not yet
His prediction followed a report
u,e Vfu,,,BIce ."e'"",,c"1 "'"J
gfr?ona' .,nV.0,ne ,nK.ir
States fell, by one billion dollars
Music World Feles
'Blues Man' Handy
On 84th Birthday
NEW YORK. Nov. 18 (UPr
The music world he set to singing
the blues kicked off a year-long
birthday party last night for W. C.
Handy, who'll be 85 when the par
ty's over. 1
About 900 star studded guests
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel ball ballroom
room ballroom sang "Happy Brithday To
You" as Handy, now blind and
confined to wheelchair but sport sporting
ing sporting a red rose in his lapel, took
his place on the dais.
The Negro compbser, who first
put to paper thehaunting mood
that's nown as the blues, was 84
years old on Saturday. The mayor
of Yonkers formally and perma
nently changed the name of the
street where Handy lives from
"Minerva Place" to "W. C. Handy
Place" during a neighborhood and
Last night Handy came down
town for the formal dinner tender tendered
ed tendered by the American Society of
Composers. Authors and publish publishers.
ers. publishers. His first song, "In the Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Fields of Dixie," was publish published
ed published 50 years ago. Seven years later
he wrote "St. Louis Blues." It
made a fortune for Handy, the son
and grandson of Alabama Metho Methodist
dist Methodist preachers.
Handy has been blind for the last
17 years and some of. his profit
from his songs and his music pub publishing
lishing publishing business have been tied to
establish the W. C. Handy Foun Foundation
dation Foundation for the Blind providing
scholarships for young blind musi musicians.
cians. musicians. Proceeds of last night's $50 $50-a
a $50-a plate birthday dinner will go to
Ailing, Broke Hero Yqr
Faces Federal Tax Claim
NASHVILLE, Term.,. Nov. 18
(UP) World War I hero Alvin
C. York, In 111 health and
"broke cashwlse," goes to court
to face an $85,000 federal tax
The government claims that
amount should have been paid
on proceeds from the successful
movie "Sergeant York," made In
1940. The 69-year-old sergeant
says ne doesn't owe this sum and
certainly doesn't have the money
to pay It. : ,:.;;:... .'1kv;v;
York lives on a pension of $60
a month and says his only asset
is the 400-acre farm he was giv given
en given after his return from war. He
had a stroke in 1954, and has
been confined to a wheelchair
since. Yv. ' :
A fellowr Tennesseean, Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Sen. Estes Kefauver, has
gone to bat for the sergeant but
nothing has come of his efforts
as yet. The legislator said in his
opinion profit from the movie
should have been subject to cap capital
ital capital gains tax rather than in income
come income tax.-'
Kefauver suggested to the
Internal Revenue Service that
"something could be Worked
Robert H; McCoy,
Pies lii Danville
Robert H. McCoy, former pay
roll clerk with the Payroll Divi
sion, died at his home in Dan
ville. Pa.. Saturday morning, ac
cording to news received by rel relatives
atives relatives on the Isthmus. He was 66
A native of Danville, Mr. Mc
Coy was employed by the canal
organization In 1931 as a clerk
In the Electrical Division. He
served several years In the Ad
ministration Building at Balboa
Heights as a rollkeeper In the
Electrical Division offices and
was transferred to the Personnel
Bureau in 1945. In 1950 he was
transferred to the Payroll Divi
sion as a clerk.
He retired from Canal service
in 1953 and since that time has
been making his home in Dan
Surviving him are his ; son
Robert ,R.. McCoy, an operator
foreman -electrician with, the
Electrical Division and his broth
er,john O. McCoy, a resident of
Orlando, Fla., who also worked
for the. Canal organisation for
See Crude Market
On 3-Month Rise
WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 (JJP)
The Independent Petroleum
Association of America predicts
that the market for domestic
crude oil will increase by 350, 350,-000
000 350,-000 barrels a day during the
next three months.
The association's monthly re report
port report forecasts domestic crude
production of 6,800,000 barrels
a day during November, an in increase
crease increase of 50,000 over October.
The market for crude oil
during the next three months,
it said, is "expected to average
7,150,000 barrels daily, up 350, 350,-000
000 350,-000 barrels daily from Novem November
ber November levels."
youngest man ever to majce me
famed Northwest Passage is the
; proud achievement of Timothy
' Wood, who's shown as he
w.wixl a Di-oblem in mathe-
matics luring one of his daily
. lesson periods aboard the U.S.
Coast Guard cutter Storu. Tim,
U. son of Cmdr. Harold 1
Wood, commanding officer f
the Storis ana also coromena coromena-ing
ing coromena-ing officer of the three-unit task
force which made the transit
through the Arctic waters, had
to get special permission U
make the trip from the U.S
Navy, which conducted the op operation,
eration, operation, and irom hit schooi
principal in Juneau. Alaska.
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out along the same lines Pres President
ident President Eisenhower got tax re relief
lief relief from proceeds of his book
"Crusade in Europe."
The sergeant won a Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Medal of Honor for killjng
25 Germans and taking 132 pris prisoners,
oners, prisoners, almost single-handedly, in
1918. After the war he went back
to Pall Mall, Term., and except
for the publicity received when
tne movie was released has oeen
rarely In the news.
Ceermonies were held in his
honor recently at Jamestown,
Tenn., but he was stricken a
gain while attending and is how
quite weak. He has been given a
new car. equipped to accommo
date his wheelchair, by the 82nd
The towns of Gatun and Dia
blo will hold their monthly Civil
Defense meeting on Nov; 19 and
20 respectively. Gatun will meet
at 9 a.m., at. the home of the
Zone Warden, Mrs. H. J. Spill Spilling,
ing, Spilling, Quarters 257 A, Gatun and
Diablo will meet at 9:30 a.m.; at
the Diablo Service Center.
Mrs. Charlotte Kennedy In Instructor,
structor, Instructor, will conduct a class in
emergency first aid. and there
will be group participation and
All members of the Civil De
fense Volunteer Corns are ureed
to attend and the general public
THE FIRST LOCAL BUSINESS FIRM to adopt the one day's
pay formula as a fair share In the Canal Zon? United Fund
Drive was the Dillon & Hickman Construction Company, Inc. :.
Pictured above at the official united Fund thermometer; in
Balboa is W. W. Dillon handing over to United Furtd cam campaign
paign campaign committeeman Arthar J. OXeary a check representing'
a full day's pay from each of the employes of the firm. The
contribution brought the total amount received as Special,
Gifts so far to $10,421. :
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The most successful!
pre-release of the
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IkeJ Schedules Meet With : Adlai
And Another Chins Up' Speech
" AUGUSTA, Ga. Nov IS (UP) President Eisenhower will
confer with Adlai Stevenson and will deliver another of his na nationwide
tionwide nationwide "Chins Up" speeches before leaving for the NATO '-council
council '-council meeting next month, the vacation White House report ;
ed durinr th weekend. i "- J-
i Press secretary James C. Hagerty indicated no definite daw
has been set for the Ike-Adlal parley, but said the (meeting will
precede the President's departure for Paris Dec. 14. The NATO
council Is to meet there Dec. 16-18. ', ... 4'-'Afi,s;'
There was no word either on just when the Chief Executive
would make another in his series of nationally-televised reports
on the national economy and the country's progress in the space
race. .But Hagerty said that also is planned before the Presi
V The i Eisenhowers have an
nounced they will remain In
Augusta through next Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. The President ,1s keeping.
In touch with event but; la de devoting
voting devoting much of his time to golf
and rest. "S 5''.'
Secretary of S t a t e ; John
Foster Dulles laid : before Stev
enson m wasmngwn .ouj
the administration's ideas ror
nf-.rpnort.henina'- the West's de
fenses in the face of Russia's
missile advances.-;; .i.-m--Dulles
called in the two-time
Democratic Presidential candi
date for consultations in an
attempt to minimize political
attacks on the Administration's
past and future, answers to the
Stevenson told newsmen as
he entered the State Depart Department
ment Department that he will try to be
"helpful to theiextent that I
can agree" with Duller pians.
He refused to sav whether he
had any specific proposals of
his own. But he said on ms
arrival in Wftshlneton vester
dav that "simply a great effort
in scientlno and research"; ana
missile development is not a
I sufficient response to the chal
lenge which is now 'apparent.
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,vm ROBERTSON JUSTICE' twltmoul'i
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'He said he would like to help
bring about not ,onlyf a ? closer
military 'alliance but,-a 'closer
political association through
NATO" and to help "rebuild
mutual confidence between the
United States and our allies.".
"Genuine partnership means -more
than pooling bur military
and scientific; resources," he
Said.1, ti.-..M-'--;"":i'VM: ...:; .;;
Meanwhile Democratic na national
tional national chairman Paul M. But Butler,
ler, Butler, said that President, Eisen-
, hower's first "ehini -np"
speech, consisted of informa information
tion information made public two years,
Butler made the statement as
the Democratic Naltonal Com-!-
mlttee circulated a fact sheet f
citing .20 points from the pres president's
ident's president's speech that were similar
to material from a speakerst
guide issued for Armed Forces
now ions ; .,--. :.
Butler said that the "'warm-
td-over" material 8 cotalned in
lsenhdwer's Nov. 7 speech on
TJ. S. scientific, progress raises
"erave questions as to whether
this administration is giving
the public the real facts to
which it W entitled, H
The Democra 1 1 e National
Committee's Advisorv Council
said yesterday that ; the Presi President
dent President should call a-snecial ses session
sion session of Congress if military
programs are beinr "heM back"
because of lack of funds.
Butler said the Resident an announced
nounced announced he could cover oijly oijly-"selected
"selected oijly-"selected oufestions" in hl two
speeches ion U.S. military
strength and achievements.
But evidence seems to indi
cate, Butler :sald, "that he
spent a good deal of time at attempting
tempting attempting to riamoriz warmed-over-
information that actually
was two years' old.'' :
Butler said i this1' "emphasizes
the r necessity;; for i: -thorough, v
construenve i' investigation s or
our vt entire Sidejense ,- program;
The) American:; peoplewanfc to ?
know what is .hanpenlne. now,
not what haopened In )M5;" he
said "And they are entitled, to
, The: fact sheet mailed to
party leaders contained flota flotations
tions flotations from the President's' Nov.
7 speech paired with quotations
of similar; content frnm the r
Awe Fore"! Dav leulde.
Among tbem was an
cemt on ruldei fm'iile. Te
uote from h? .' Preden'"!
sneech : An Int.eriontipntaI
, missile is ; reouired, and' we
have some of them In an ad ad-Tanned
Tanned ad-Tanned sat of develonment."
The fact -sheet parm
from the ipeakem' guide
"The Air Force is riVinr hrh
priority to develonment of
' the intercontinental ballistic
. The President also said, "For v
examnle, we have alre?dv pro
duced, in various distance
ranges,, hundreds of ; Mnvioor, ?
Honest John and Corporal mis-
The fact sheet quote from
the 1955 speakers' guide:
includev the Army's Corporal,
foi the support; of -ground
troops: the Navy's Feeulus:
and the Air Force's : Matador ,1
for tactical air attacks and -.
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under development." ? t
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