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DAILY t NEWSPAPER
AND TO SAO PAULO
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' fLet the people Jcnoto the truth and the country U safe Abraham Lincoln
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TRONT AND CENTER-. ;-'how'thrin.idof th Centrif Th.atr. lookedoday after Voof eavid h' whm fifi.brok. out at 5 ?ploekJli mornlndemoli
' theatr. section of the buildinFiramextingiiishad thf ffama. within an hour, Th projectio .quipment and acj-.en.war. notdly waged. Xaua of the f.r.
yet fen determined .VVf VyV ''r .f- 1 t 4J'"1 4 ' ' -M.V
:. V m .ir f
An .irate? Balboft housewife
'whose purse was snatched yes-
terdav while She was walkifitc up
'to the TivoHt Guest House eaid
. todav, fche wanted to warn peo
ple to be i?r the alert against
purse-snatcler. 1 t
Mrs. William Blacx claimed to
day that a boy of about It or H
years rushed, at her yesterday at
in a.m.. erabbingr : her Burse
'which she held under her arm.
and making tft with t Into
She claimed that the boy was
In the company of three others
whom she saw1 main in tne
r' grass opposite the Tivoll. The
youth puUed her handbag- so
i hard she said tpday thatishe wag
left- holding the handle after he
had snatched the nurse away.
-She had $40 In cash In the
i pocketbook;; Jier keys; a pair of
jeye-jriasses i"a last wmaus&my
authority card. r
' thlnlr, people should j he
rwarned to watch out in; that
. area," she stated today. She said
'a report was made to the Canal
i Zone police: about the incident.
A police caf drove up several
'minutes after ,th purse-snatch-
ins; occurred.- -.wm
Mrs. Black said she yelled, for
jhelp- but there was nobody In
Jsight at. that how. She noticed
,three other boys Join the thief as
,they fled towards ; the back of
, ithe Pacific-vlubhouse area pn
- ifihalef-ftoad ? i i.v : Ci
. She said that later a Panama
iCanal captain' wife who met
''her mentioned seeing the boys
' 'hiding in the .grass when -she
was parking her car and told
'Mrs. Black that she had -warned
'the boys to get out of there, v,
i7i!f Co Prcbsd ;;:
By llrjso Ccmrnilioe
WASHINGTON, NotM (UP) A
: Jjlouse Government Operations sub
committee plans 4e hunch
double-barreled inauiry tnto-.-traa-
.ouilizer Till advertisinf after Con-
learned today, ' : i
-t The Inquiry wifi'te' aimed at de determining
termining determining whether doctors are bt
,ing misled by claims for the regii regii-ilar
ilar regii-ilar prescription-type frinquiliiers,
(and whether the pnbb'c is, being
'fooled "by "tranquilizing". claims
for non-prescription dnijts. -'
The eubcommittee stiff "tol-
lectinf a Tst ameunf rf informa information
tion information on tranquilizer- pillf in prep prep-aration
aration prep-aration for the session. The ir.for ir.for-mation
mation ir.for-mation is heina ebtaired from
leading pill makerv medifal ex
perts, -mental hospitals-. and gov government
ernment government agencies.
' The same sbcommit!ee bivesti bivesti-.
. bivesti-. gated advertisin? of filter t p vt vt-.
. vt-. arettet and reducing pi.'.i last
summer.- Repons on th to
Inauiries are expected ta be t ;h-
mitted to Congress rlj ttxt
A CiiiMl Zone policeman -vn
fined $10 yesterday la Cristobal
Magistrate Court oa a charge ef
malicious mischref. ;
The defendant, Alexander J. Me Me-filincev:
filincev: Me-filincev: immediately appealed the
fine which was imposed by Judge
John E. Deming, who was acting
megistrate in Cristobal yesterday
due to the illness of Judge E I.
i IfcGlincey-was. accused of nau nau-intf
intf nau-intf Jin the doors of the maid's toi
let underneath his- quarters in
Gatun because he apparently, be
came annoyed at what ne termea
to he unsatisfactory sanitary con-
' Damage to the door' was esti
mated to be about 125. The com
plaining witness v in the- case was
Pnlire li TJ ti Niihnl
This Is the Second. time that tic'
To l!ayal Barracks
-Cristobal Hieh School mav be
Cansferred td' CJoco Solo by the
endJpf v.Februaryv" according i to
unofficial reports today. -:.
Rut a Balboa Helehts anokes-
man sald that one of the prob-
lenu involved in current discus--
slon between nt xlavy and xne
Panama Canal Company regard
ing, the 'CanaTa acquisition of
housing units at Coco Solo is the
fact that there are w existing
adeauate- facilities In Coco Solo
to replace the present Cristobal
High School building.;
On the Atlantitf aide. it li -un
of ficIaDy reported that?conside4
ration' is being aiven: to aettine
up the high -school temporarily
In- former barracks at-Coeo Solo-
until a new nign ecnooi is built
It is noted that there are play
ing fields and a gymnasium and
other facilities available at Coed
Solo. r .. .:'.'"
The, Navy-PanCanal discus discussions
sions discussions are understood tor Involve
the transfer of 2&2 honsinr units
at Coco Solo. .r ; : v.
new york; Nov. jo-(up)
Oh, leave us alone, will you? Let
oa work out our own problems.
We New Yorkers are
anvbodv else, eiceut
mite more stubborn and Jumpy
at times. .. . -
We know we're backward, tut
wtTt trying. : we need encour encouragement,
agement, encouragement, not horselaughs,, from
tn rest oi tne country.
""A. man frdm down south has
ent tts department a cheery
little n.essace, as follows: 1
"What harrn when city
S-eU too corrr x. too overgTown.
too rr.txed u,?? I'm thinking of,
i Sew York,
In flucrters ;
Gilncesrhas faced' the "Magrrtrate
this year. In June he was charged
with battery- by Rainbow City
resident following aa Incident that
occurred there butane juage rui
A that ha Was nreservin. toe cu
todv of a -prisoner when he. tried
t dispel n unruly, crowd iatRaia-
bownuty, ana- ansoivea wfu po-
hceman t any gurlt.;..',
'"At that .'time. : also.- Tstelmsn
was wileavet Charles Garcia was
Actinjr Magistrate .(,
Party Chlsf r
As Czech President
r, VIENNA, Nov. T' SO ;rJP-The
rrh Parliament ; unanimously
elected Communist party chief An-
tonin Novotny president ot vzecn vzecn-pslovskia
pslovskia vzecn-pslovskia yesteray In a move that
made him. tne new strong nn.
of the Soviet satellite aation,
"- k Praffue Ttariin broadcast' said
the 52-year-old Novotny would re retain
tain retain his top party post in conjunc
tion with the presidency.
' Novotny was named' to succeed
the- late President Antonin Zapot Zapot-ocky
ocky Zapot-ocky who died last Wednesday of
a heart atucx.
-4 The veteran Xommunlst party
leader was .the onlyv candidate
Dri(eii bv Csech Premier Vi-
liam Siroky to the 353-member
Parliament that met -in special
Visiting Soviet President Klinr-
enti Vcroshilov and other r Soviet
and satellite Communist officials
attended the Parliament meeting
in the convention hall of Prague's
800-year-old ifradcany Casthw
immediately .after his election,
Novotny took the oath of office.
, Premier Sirosy tow raruamem
that the move to have Novotny
hold both -the presidency and the
post of first secretary of the com communist
munist communist party- was designed to em emphasize
phasize emphasize the leading role of the
party in the life of the nation.
Need Encburagemeiit Not'
- -. . -i- V
"Eeems to me every time 2 nick
xrp a paper Z see that the sub
way -la out or commission up
there, the water main, have bro
ken, the lights have rone out.
the steam pipe leaking, the
Long isiana trains are stoppea,
traffic la jammed up, there's no
piaet w put, n ua mau u nu
You poor leuowa.
v rh-huh.' He forget a eouple.
The National Lea rue has. ab-,
rsconded to the West Coast and
the poor pedestrian la being told,
gently hut firmly, that he is no
longer a free soul wandering In
the aspnau wiiaerness.
Tar the moment, we're concen concentrating
trating concentrating on xefonnlcg the pedes-'
4Miri m niV.i. Iimmm-
AUDIENCE OF ONE. Taking a break;this morning ate? fighting fire at the Central Thea Theatre
tre Theatre which destroyed the theatre area, a "bom bero'Hesfa hi weary body in onft. of. the few
eats still left in the fire-gutted theatre.
Rewntfent Still Widespread In Japan
MAEBAS HI, Japan, Nov. 20
(UP) Resentment was wide
spread Jn Japan today over the
suspended sentence U. 8. Army
Specialist 3"C, WUUam S. Girard
received lor killing a Japanese
Most Jabariese felt that they
would not have scaped impris
onment had they been the oe
fendant. They generally believe
that Girard anouia nave oeen
confined for at least sometime
However, It appeared that no
appeal would be, made either by
the prosecution or oirarq oe oe-cause
cause oe-cause of nolltical nressure. Under
Japanese law the prosecution has
the same richt to appeal as the
defense. A period of 14 days ls
trians. And they're resliting!
This weekth clty" began n
long-heralded campaign against
iaywalklng. The Wea Is to try to
educate New Yorkers against
their impulse to walk out and
get themselves killed. ; 1
To get an unbiased idea cf
how the campaign was working
out for the first couple of days,
we turned to Robert Vermillion,!
a businessman from the1 orient
who got Into town on a visit as;
. flt'a amaslng.haid. You
have these big red blinking!
signs at the corners blaring wlthi the risk invoivea. -'
a 'dont walk' warning, and peo-j "The driving tends to be head head-pie
pie head-pie Just walk right out against long. The walker learn that to
UAVVMMP lt 10.17 .vVv'.. .'j-
allowed 'ifor appeal and a sen
tenc doea not become final iffl'
til that time has elapsed.
Judgtf' 'OXvao Kawacht, twho
headed' three-Judge panel, gave
Girard a three-year suspended
sentence-for shooting Mrs. Naka
Sakai to the back last Jan. 30 on
the Camp Weir rifle range. He
said nirard'a action was "for the
sole purpose of satisfying
momentary caprice of the ac
Defense attorney Itsuro Haya-shi-said
he would "abide by Gir Gir-ard's
ard's Gir-ard's own wishes and Girard did
not indicate he would appeal."
Th Armv said Girard would
leave for" the United States
them, and dodge through- trar-i
fic.: 'At times mere seem w
more people In the streets than
there are jpn the sldewaias.
..ma.lrrnM town in mr taxi.
and the driver seemed to be try-l
tnr in do his Dart lit the cam
paign.' He woulcl lean out the
window and holler at scurrying
pedestrian, "keep working at It
youll be an angel-yet V
Asked whether Orientals -were
as backwards as New Yorters in
the matter of Jaywalking, he said
-Take Tokvo." he said. There's
less Jaywalking there thaa to
New York probably because of;
' 1'. ", ,) u
fire- has not'
Over Girard Case
"shortly" after the two-week ap
peal period enas. v
The head, of the public securi security
ty security section of the Supreme Proc Procurator's
urator's Procurator's Office In Tokyo said, the
decision on whether to make an
atineal would be reached after
conferences with the local prose prosecution.
cution. prosecution. Inejiro Sanuma, secretary-
general of the Socialist party, in
Japan, charged the Girard ver verdict
dict verdict was "a complete manifesta manifestation
tion manifestation of the weakness ot Japanese
courts toward the United
'-IA Japanese charged with a
similar offense would have re received
ceived received a much severer sentence,
survive he has to behave. .The
auto has the right of way, the
driver has the advantage, and
you're just' not wise to walk out
in front ot car.
Yo should see .the roads
leading to tne norsf race iraca.:
It's considered bad luck for a
hrt-Mnlaver to be passed by an
other oar on the way to the
track, and H's good luck to pass
another. -.- ; ?
- The roads throueh residen
tial areas, become .. racetracks
themselves. Let the walker be-
Thi. however. Is not the an
swer for New York, we're going
ta educate ourselves. May take a!
generaUon or so, but well do lt'the cleanup prograau
A blazing fire caved4 in
tral Theatre on Central Avenue shortly before daybreak
Damage was estimated at
Cause of the fire. -which
siati;tind decprdtions, could
The theatre's projection
suffered little or no damage
ed by firemen in order to bring the fire under control, 0 -mnutes,0fter
I No one was injured. The apartments and offices over ;
the mezzanine and the jewelry store next door suffered
i rru 4rt annarentlv started at
i' point above, the gallery seats
S hiimed iwav the wooden
.a,iainir-t.vie ateel and con
mnA tha blazlns gal
vaniaed rowing to piuu"c
down on the seats below., j --Tv.
Tv. --Tv. .fviaa,er'a watchman saw
I. ji..iI tha ftra soma tim6
ncnuiv.,- --1,1 .vi
after, t.xnr wane. uim
morning rounos. -"t
i JiaHat v called rrnc'
wahretra. .the' managers who
notified the Fire uepartmu,
- 1 A4-
which sounaea tne airm
it. ihj ari hour crowds
...Tn cathered around and
17 Miners Killed
Blast In Scotland
- MUIRKIRK. Scotiand, Nov. 20-
(UP) An explosion r
through a coal mine near h e r e
nioht. kkina 17 miners, im
rest of the 300-man force
bled to safety through falling
rock, fumes and heavy dust.-
Rescue crews which worked
through the night; recovered -.the
bodies of 15 miners trapped 1.TO0
,,n4Arfrrnnnn nV. tne DiaSi.
Two other mmers brought to tne
surface died of tneir injuries w
day in a hospital.
The explosion occurred in the
Karnes Colliery, one of the oldest
,,irin mine in Western Scot
land. The sound ot we div
-u.-j thrmicrh the countryside
. . 1
VllUCvl va vo"
and brought hundreds of men ana
women to the pit head.
They crowded anxiousiy arounu
the entrance to the mine umu
roll call accounted for tneir Min
ers, brothers ana sons.
Miners who escaped unnarmeq
from the blast returned to the
Hnt-choked pit to look for pos
sible survivors. Off-duty mmers
also joined in the rescue work.
It was Britain s worst mine ma-
aster since 1951 wnen bi-miner
were killed in an explosion at
Union's Counsel h
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20 (UP)
An AFL-CIO monitor toaay or ordered
dered ordered the United Textile Workers
Union to fire its general counsel,
Joseph Jacob of Atlanta, Ga.
The order came from Peter M.
McGavin, named by AFL-CIO
President George .Meany to super supervise
vise supervise the union's compliance with a
cleanup directive issued by the
McGavin said J s c e a s couia
not hold anv BOSt in the 44.WW-
member union becsuse of his
"close connections" with former
Jacobs was accused of profiting
renin th lea sine of cars to the
union while he was its Southern
director and Anthony T. Valente
was union president Valente re
signed while under fire on corrup corruption
tion corruption charges and so did former
Secretarv-Treasurer Lloyd' Ben-
The union agreed tn advance to
comply with McGann a ewers to
avoid suspension by the AFL-CIO
executive Council. Th anion s
fled public accountants as part orvoit bcnmuuier was arreswa
VWSi eaa atuaj .-w m
the roof of the $425,000 Cen
more than $100,000. f
also burned the theatre's
not be immediately e$ta-
equipment and widescreeri ;
from the fire, but were ddus-
about the theater, wrich hat
entrances on both Central Ave,
nue and Calle Estudiante.
The theater building, which.
was constructed in 1945. was In
sured for $-100,000, and the pro- -Jectiortequlprhent
i Firev Department officials wera,J
conducung an investigation to
day jtothj:avsft,9t,h- jr3.
.Jfflff"' a-'y l m li', M lt.h
United Funcf Agencies
Asking: $50 .,
A non-sectarian world-wide
casework agency concerned
with the plight, of refugees -from
Communism, orphans and
abandoned children everseas,
the Inter-refugeea from Com Com-munism,
munism, Com-munism, orphans and aban- -4,
doned children overseas, the -International
Social Service co '
operates with local authorttiea ,
to assist without charge fam
Jlies and individuals whoa -problems
require service ev
yond the boundaries of thf
country in which they live.' & J
' The token contribution fTonjf
- United Fund will help insure
that this vital work is cardie
The Ciahal Zone United nhfd
reached over $90,000 of It $134
000 last hieht. brinaina Jt"to
within 6714 per cent of its foaL r.
uoninoutions toiaune isu.ii-
SAiWerfr recorded bv campalira" r
headquarters, with the break , ,-down
down ,-down as follows:
Panama "Canal Com-
pany Canal Z o n e r.
Government. . . $50.028 OS I
Armv, Navy, Air Force 23,377 J'
Special gifts. . 11.788.78
Total ., . S9047US
'Fund officials meanwhile wlH -be
continuing their report to tho ;
people through the "What's Your '.".
Question" panel show on CFN- i
TV this evening at T. 45. Panel- ? s.
lsta on tonight's show will be:
Paul M- Runnestrand, Xxecuttva 4 .
Director of United Fund; CoL
High M. Arnold. Lt Oovernor of f
the Canal zone; Rabbi Nathan -Wltkin,
Director USOJWB; an
Lt CoL William A- Franks, Unit -ed
Fund Campaign Manager,
Headquarters Caribbean Com
CLERGYMAN ARRESTED- 4
BERLIN (UP) The East Ger
maa Communists aanounced today
that a Protestant clergyman wij
be tried for forming aa tinder
ground. org anizaboo of students a
plot a "counter -re volution. Conn
manist Leader Paul Froehhch,
writing in the newspaper Leip Leip-tiger
tiger Leip-tiger Volkszeitung. said the cler
gymaa. Siegfried Schmutxler, car
ried out- counter-revolution ary activity,-among
students during the Hungarian re
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAUT NEWSMPER
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20," 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
H MLIWIt Wt TUB MPMM MBRICAH PWIM.
jrS MOlWr NIKON MUNIIVIU IN MM
.'.'- HARMODIO ARIAS, CDITOK
rT. H ,riwrr P. O. Box IS4. Panama. R.
' TILtPNONI -0740 B Lin
' 5 CAOlt ABEHIia PANAMBMCAN. PANAMA
OmCll IS-tVO CINTMAL AVtNUl aiTWHN ISrH AND 1STN tTBIITf
PoneioN Rkpiikscntativui Joshua a powiee. INC.
',; MADISON AVC NIW VOMK. I 17 I N. V.
. V UOCAL ST
Iwnt, M e.BO
n aix montm. in apvanci JI rz
Nt V. IN APVANCI MOT
THI" IS TOUR FORUM THI RIADIRS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
fh- Hnh Bureau currently snowed under with critl
clsaf I heeittte to add to the woe ol people probably doing the
ESSiT.. .-th what thev have. However, the following Is
toiuestiy meant as a helpiul suggestion. Whicis: if they haven't
already rean an uracil' in we n r , -"-
GaWu, Magazine" titled "Let's get our mentally ill out of the
hoebitals." the shoulo do so.
!J6ffiei!i', the author Is spanking the various States which are
Ti.'V,nHrrt r,f millions on asylums that will be obso-
.i:iTiiVAL thev are completed." And with the present hubbub
reSerdJiw our loca' Corozal n.e'ntal hospital Whether to spend
5alf-n3llion building or tenovating existing out-moded equip equip-JnemVor
JnemVor equip-JnemVor cramming the patients at considerable expense and
inconvenience lntc poor old Gorgas the detailed experience of
.villous Stste- that have riven intensive use to a new group of
Itfrngs. witn amazing resujy uu&ii vm
Sicnners romeuiuit w.tuuia, -. .
.n.riH -atumvir drutts. particularly one called chlor
. Jw,..i.. hftVA r.rnveri their ability to halt and reverse the
coatse of he most prevalent forms of mental disease, in scores
ol thousands of cases. Tins, nowever, u umy iu c omm v
leidslaUvd peuny-pinchmg has not shamefully deprived mental
-JTt.r. r k. rhmnn tn benefit from the new drub; treatments.
'inucuiii v va.w wmhw ,
'Where these have been used on mass scale, recovery rates have
.oared sharply upward. For example, at Colorado State Hospi
tal only 673 men and women had been discnargea aunng an
f Kbs. before the new drugs became available. But last year,
wish neafy naM tne pauenis receiving cuiiyi
nii. intent 'th& number of oatients who walked out the
cats te begin new lives rose to 1384.
Thanks to an expenditure of less than $100,000 for the new
drugs the discharge rate had mounted an Incredible 141.-'
" ) In inrtlara where the Intensive use of these treatments
were backed- up bj a substantial increase in staff, discharges
rose from 1249 in 1954 to 2570 last year.
. v.m vnrk vi Atat. hbsDltals' inmate rolls had been grow-
w in rarlv 2400 r.atiehts annually. But in 1956, as a direct
jresult of a broad-scale shift to chemotherapy, discharges rose,
toSether witlr- a drop In patient poptilaUon, to a point where an
expenditure o' $1V; million effected a savingin a single year
cftoore than $4 million, In" operating costs.
ST I only hope the proper people read this article and do
j Helpful Hannah
"Black Is White 5V Blood-Red Is Lily-White ;
! I have bper a patient at Gorgas Hospital for several days.
Tne Mali box anr enow ume are uie iwu musi, uuiijuii
in Ai dav
' f What I am wondering about, is what's wrong with the chow
rffi me way it IB scrvcur iync ui uic icbbcxa iu v v
d tlat the kitchen man was feeding us bn one dollar a day per
petson and was getting fired for doing a good Job. Surely The
Jinama canal would not fire a person for saving them money
tt Tf.T were to serve complete dinners such as I had at Gorgas
. naked ham, fried chicken, roast turkey, 'pork chops and roast
Jamb my Jamiiy would starve ior tne oiner two meais in me
ar If t had tn do it on a dollar.
r In private business, tbp-level executives would be psycho psycho-anilyied
anilyied psycho-anilyied if they pulled off come of the tricks the Health Bureau
U fetunf away wun.
n d zZiSSS
J So Gorgas Hospital is spending a whole dollar per day to
teed their patients. How do they do it, since the Health Bureau
Has any one checked Into the situation at Corozal Hospital?
Ouxside sources quotes that they are feeding on or around 60
,ts a day for each patient. They must be feeding them slop.
Wd have pity on the poor insane person who might be a pa patient
tient patient there.
' This letter is in answer to the two recent Mail Box letters
of censure, directed at three Individuals at Gorgas Hospital.
This bit of literature should not be interpreted as a justifi justification
cation justification for the forced retirement of Gus Schuler. He was a man
who was respected and liked by all who work for him. Let us
ehkrge the Injustice to Schuler to the idiosyncrasy of an indi individual
vidual individual plenipotentiary.
J Now to explain the, position of the .three censured people.
Mr. Allen, who is a very capable administrator regardless of
hi youth, is a reserved type of person. A gentleman with a
frfeat display of discretion. After my observation of the two
previous administrations, Allen is doing an admirable job at the
iMr. Bertone is attached to the hospital only in the capacity
resident administrator, which is parallel to an intern. After
ttif completion of his residency at Gorgas, he will return to the
United States. From my observance of Bertone, he is a fine per per-on
on per-on and a friendly chap.
J Now to approach the newly-created position of Housekeep-r.-Snis
particularly job has always existed at the hospital with
irery poor results." Mr. Allen, because of either his clairvoyance
or past experience, felt that it was necessary to have this new
position and title. Since he has acquired the able services of
George Fears, he has Rotten the proper results. The present
housekeeping Is teertainly a great improvement over the previous
Here la to more people like the three mentioned above.
Not Even A Supervisor
1 i$n. ntmnmQlinmF'
mm IBP Mimmmm
By VICTOR, RIESEL
That Armed Forces'' anti-missHe-missile
program would have a
few bucks mote to help get it off
me grouna a tne Pentagon would
develop an anti-muscle program to
get the hoods off the military's
Here we are scrounging for dol dollars
lars dollars for defense and once again
we discover that the underworld's
"special services" division still IsJT
m axing easy monev dv friehtenine
u i i : i r
vu jrgiumaie Dusinessmen and
shaking down the Air Force just
as u previously snooK down the
Navy, the Army and the Atdtnic
Energy Commission's contractors.
As the high society of garbage
gatherers moved on and off- ih
Senate witness standwe checked
witn umg island's Mitchell1 Air
Base to learn just how much the
Air Force 'might have lost because
of the terrorists of trash trucking.
Air Bae spokesmen said they art
in the process of checking, Hb u t
that their orders are to cive fh
carting jobs to tne rawest bidder.
And how could they know who
was carting away the retuse.
They're right. They couldn't kijow
unless the Pentagon decided the
time had come to learn where its
money was going.
for exactly two vears nmw
somebody in the Pentagon has
known that the .nobs have hpn
arrogantly shaking it loose from
considerable change. How nnich
money? We asked Sen. John Me.
"We are confident wi have
saved the government millions
f dollars with eur Investigation
of the uniform procurement -re-gram
but it is impossible to
guess exactly how mueh," tM
The first Senste nrobe. back In
1955, disclosed that slick operators
were mulcting the-. Pentagon of
millions of dollar in the produc production
tion production of military carr of all kindn.
These manufacturers worked with
the same Teamster paper locals
you read about these days.
The unions changed names fast-
er man their -leaders cOuhi chsneo
silk 'shitfs. The unions wer(p tteed-
ea pecause me' government prefers
us viiuipmeni io nave a mion ja'
hel. So some of Johnny Dio's boyj
set up a union, printed a label
and had them, sewn into the caps
They also muscled tho legitimate
manufacturers away from bidding
on the military contracts until
Alex Rose's 1 Hat Workers Union
and the Justice Dept. ganged up
on the mnh,mrtinn ft fian-
MeClellanV,! nd Counselor- Sob
Kennedy 'iTcxpoures. fi'.L
im irmra manuratrarers
wore jallodk The crooked union unionists
ists unionists simple, drifted into' ether
fields ami a little government
accounting and contract revision;
saved som $2,000,000.
But only about half of the 199..
000.000 in contracts was reviewed.
Then the McClellan Committee
looked into the Army uniform
business. It ran right to the same
crowd, same protectors, same
type of operation. Again the legi
timate manufacturers were fright
ened off and again, "I'm told,
big cnunjts of contracts running
up to jih,ooo,ooo wortn of uniforms
went to the crime cartel. There
were reports tnat some of the u-
niforms ordered were never deli
vered ana nnDers touna Hun Hundreds
dreds Hundreds of thousands of dollars
worth of bolts of cloth lying around
in mob shops.
This probe led directly to the
current "quiz. Earlier this year, we
learned that the Navy was being
shaken down by a Teamster lo
cal S officials at the Tohyhanna
Arsenal in Pennsylvania. We in
quired of the Navy Secretary and
Rear Admiral E. B. Taylor, Chief
of Informs Don of the nept. of the
Navy, told us that until the Mc
Clellan exposures, the Navy be believed
lieved believed that the loot was a legiti legitimate
mate legitimate transportation charge.
. .1 had previously reen in
formed that the addtional transpor transportation
tation transportation costs were justified by re
sponsible individuals and and a-
mendment to the original contract
was made. The justification for
such additional transportation
charges over those provided in
the original low bid and contract
for delivery of pallets to another
area, as presented to the Navy's
Contract Review Board, did not
disclose thst such additional charg charges
es charges were for other than legitimate
transportation expenses," the Ad Admiral
miral Admiral said.
v New wo find the Air Perce at
Now York's Mitchell Air Base,
and at two ether air eoes, the
torgnts of the' carting cartel.
This combine, like the e t h e r,
reaches Into the seme Teamster
coalition which cut in en the
Army end Navy millions.
They work toaether. The pro
tect each other. They vote togeth together
er together in the high councils of the
Mavbe somebody in the penta-
eon ean find time to launch that
anti-muscle program; It could save
money, for the public It could re
cover some ef lie mgnny, anyway.
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By ROBERT 6. RUARK fp
It has always amazed me that
hired gumen are such lousy shots.
The guys who worked over Uncle
Albert Anastasia in a New York
barber shop blew the fist four
shots at a range of about two teet.
They had to reprise before one of
them tagged the overdue Albert
in the sconce Possibly the custom customers
ers customers in the barber shop made them
nervous, or maybe.it was the, de
cor, which I believe was pink.
. Now when the kids went, look looking
ing looking for Uncle. Willie Morettl. there
was none, of this wild shootiiig'sa
dangerous to innocent byatafldtrs.
? Afconpie off Doy came-to ?ail
e -A s v I V 1
. WASHINGTON w-.fioji't be sur-'lor 1 list of a correspondence be
irised if still another member of teen the SEC 'and the W Kite
the famed "iasenuower ream ii"use anu wim, mempers oi uo i
steps out of harness In the not too gress.", iJpt
distant future. He ,M "assistant I v.'6f iH f- I
president' Sherman Adams, one. He was,. looklng,va,mong.rf other f"
oi the piost powenul men in Wash- things, for the hand, that rocks
ington. t ir SEC eradle Sherman Adams. ;
Adams is powenul because oi in or in wasmngton u s said: "The
Aaams nana mat rocKS tne era- 1
die is mightier than the Eisenhow 3
hand that wields the sword."
"May I ask you, sif, whether
vou prepared such a list?" Con Con-Jin
Jin Con-Jin asked.
Eisenhower absenteeism, and dele
gation of authority.- As a result,
relations with Congress, contacts
with every agency of government
except the State Department oper
ate tnrougn Adams.
"No," shrugged Gadsby. ;
"Do you intend to prepare such
Every cabinet member except i
Jonn F oster Dulles .is asked to I
stop in Adams' office after a talk
witn tne President and dictate a $ list asked tonlon.
memo regarding the points he took 1 "No,' said Gadsby.
u i with ixe ana waat. was agreeo 1 policing a stenograpner busily
to. t : tikma notes, Con on demanded:;
For. in the long run, it s Attains i 71s mere a transcript of this ?
who carries out any commitments i leeting being taken?-. 1
madu by the President or in uadsby replied "no. and the
some cases reverses Presidential t enographer abruptly stropped -commitments.
. vriting. s. f
The top assistant to any Presi
dent is important, but never in
the years l have covered washing-
ton has any man been given sucn
leeway in the, White House as the
dry, efficient, square-dancing ex-
governor of Mew Hampshire.
.However, Adams is now -being
made the scapegoat for missile-,
satellite failures, has rubbed vice-
president Nixon the wrong way,
and has. puiled wires wholesale in
the independent agencies. If the
Moulder watchdog committee ever
geis me lues iiom uiese comnus-
sians, supposed to be quasi-iudi
cialr independent agencies, it will
De seen that, instead of answer
ing the will of the epople, they
have been answering the will of
Sherman Adams. ;
So, along, with ether members
of the. palace guard dominating
tne wasnmgton scene for. give
years, the tifiht linked msilitant
president is, expected to" )ea.V
Washington? quietly for ue pine pine-forested
forested pine-forested hills; of-'New Hampshire';
Ifote-ft is rumored around the
White House that Ateer-;' Chlornah.
a DeWey jturtneri'pc:.-
ains. wnen conucrea oytnui. col column..
umn.. column.. Chapman said i'none a-
round .the Whiter House; a talk-
ed to him
bwpd fpoiitely m the jrslaurant
where tJnele1 Willie".' was about' to
consume" somethma with'' garlic
in it, and blew him down just a
calm as roasted cream.
There is dignity, you know; in
the business of hoodlums kilting
WHIti HbOsE SOCKETS
Edward N. Gadsbv. he Boston
lawyer, who now heads' the Secur Securities
ities Securities end Exchange .Commission,
doesn't like to be investigated by
Congress. .s 5ta
His job is to investigate Wall
Street, to see .whether it'a on the
up-ano-up. But ne just doesn't like
having Congress investigate him
to," see whethetv hi$ cdmraission's
on tne np-and-up, -'When
Ahea Jipulder cortimlJite
tried to'ascertam whether SRfnutt
mjssipners. bse? received any : fa
vors irom corporations they are
supposed to Regulate, chairman
Gadsby really reared back on hi
(Back Bay dicnitv
F Joe Cpnlon, investigator for the
Larry Fay, had three cents in his
pocket when they sent him off.
But I. must be firm on one count,
these boys better enron ; in the
Campfire Club to learn how to
shoot, better. The idea of
four rounds) of-ammo on. Uncle
Alberto Anastasia, before they got
the range, is shocking;
Pittsburgh Phil Strauss, at that
range, used to do it better with
Ian icepick.. j .'
oiner hoodlums when political Fo-;Vdulder watchdog comniitte, hid
t ant inn rune nut Whan f nt AT- V ; t 2 T
n"'Z" -2? ieviousiy asxeo commissioners
1UUIU vauuej AllUVAU UJ.1 vuc
rival, he gave a testimonial dinner
for him first. Then he let him
make the barest start of a speech
before he beat his brains out-with
a baseball bat.
Even after. Al knocked off Big
Jim Colosimo, personal, he had the
good taste to eschew catsup for
quite some time. Unpleasant mem memories.
ories. memories. ;TS V
I suppose somebody' got his
buttons cut off and his Good Con
duct Medal taken away for mere
ly creasing irank (Jooteilo not so
far back. We am t shooting as good
as we used to. Lack of practice,
I shouldn't wonder, and a hand handgun
gun handgun wants quite a lot of practice.
The next you, know, the conscien conscientious
tious conscientious objectors will be missing
feet. -y "'
But there Is really a wonderful wonderfully
ly wonderfully comfortable thing about gang gangster
ster gangster killings, Nobody gets indign indignant,
ant, indignant, except maybe the odd wife
or girl friend. The cops really
don't carewe save1 some money
on electric current. There are ge generally
nerally generally no clues, even 'if you
wanted to look for 'em.
" Some character like the late
unlamented Alberta Anastasia
calls Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh cans
Detroit. Detroit : call Evansville,
Ind. Some former' Sicilian with r a
hairline mustache picks up a cou
pie of yards and takes a bus to
the Big Apple, whereupon he
knocks off the pigeon and goes
mis is so simple us preuy.
Little Albie caused to have kill
ed or "disaooear" four key wit
nesses when he was caueht cold
on one murder Vap. Through at
least five personal murders, mvolv
ing everythinar from Runs to Ice
picks, he beat the chair 'through
political connections. 1 He had a
firm hand in 30-odd knockoffs
that are known, and- possible en engineered
gineered engineered twice that many.
This eu'y killed -more people,
through Murder, ;Inc, then the
Asian flu. And just before tile mis
begotten marksmen gave him the
works in the barber shop, he said
he was "legit" and nobody was
"looking" for nim. v
Of course, this illing world have
nothing to do with the Teamsters
Union. Or the next killings -to
come. We do not do these sort
of things m labor unions. ,Tsk,
and tsk again.
People do not dive out of win windows
dows windows before murder trials, and peo people
ple people are not suddentlv shunted
off. to the land of their' birth be before
fore before they spill the true alnff.
These lice are reallv a wonder
ful breed. like the Mafia that e
nerally bred them. Love, te them,
is like a cement lacksvfr. Love,
if they can spell it. is like -an
icepick ia the ear. They gener
ally have an air-conditioned cons conscience
cience conscience in the country, and they
always wind up dead in a "barb "barber's
er's "barber's chair or some place 'equally
comfortable.- -- ---
As I recall, tha. late gangster,
"If there is," continued Conlon,
"I would like a copy of the re remarks
marks remarks made."
"There is no stenosranher." re
peated the. SEC boss.
then may we have a steno stenographer
grapher stenographer p" suggested Conlon. "I
would like a stenographer."
J 1. : j .i .
. proviae? wai son oi
ning,;: parxea iiadsby.,v; ,;.
"With an Appropriation of. $ioo,.
000, I think they can provide their
own stenographer,", broke iit SEC
counsel Dan' McCauley1.
"Perhaos We ahniild adlnurn mu
til. I can get a stenographer and
we, can meet tomorrow,-1,' offered
Conlon. v-'iv. r-v h-
I don't khowf w'h'ether the enm-
mission will be-wiliing-to meet
you tomorrow,'? ? snorted Gadglw,
"The commission is not eoihe t
supmu lOvan: mquisiwofl
"... ;'.-,..,.X':?;;V-ft. i
the House investlca tor Went en
with his questioning. Soon the ste stenographer
nographer stenographer started writing again,
. ir,7-mierruptea -uonion impatiently,-
"are notes being taken of
thjr meeting??,; .-ft
Gadsby signaled the eirl te
"No," he .replied again. ;
Finally. Conlon reauested din
mission to examine the com mis-
siohers'" official files.
'You re not coin? to kp fhm- ?
letters to 'my .wife!" bristled
Gadsby. 1 A
"I don't warit to lee the letterf I
to your swife.'1 uatientlv xnlinH At
the investigator. "J'Krould .like .te-1
see 'yoivcprre- nne o the,
Executive and Cungreswi:elatmf';' i.
"You're not coins: to see bit
filesf repeated 'the SEC chair-"
man.'-'I'm' not oin to show yon
wen, air, what in your statues
gives you more right to withhold
information than the CAB?" ton-
"I'm not going to a n s w e r
thatr" snapped Gadsby. That end ended
ed ended the meeting.
Note: Gadsby apparently figur figured
ed figured he could get away with the lay laying
ing laying the committee, because of his
close friendship with the.) com committee's
mittee's committee's senior Republican,1 Con Congressman
gressman Congressman .John Heselton of Mas Massachusetts.
sachusetts. Massachusetts. The -tw. were room
mates at Amherst.- i
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j TwtTfiTifn imrirATiftV prooraM -within Company B, 1st Battle Group of the' 20th Infantry Regiment, paid off flrst'dlvldends last "week
Capt. John Lewis, company
T aa education officer; Sand. CpL Peter Gramendes, education NCO, who encourage the men?
commander; 2nd ."encK:w tomwu, .; J-: ffl Poh-rt pi-hrris sirt. Bohpr raiisv Ht flri
touarucipate m Hi-9y C'",B: Ait- -wV 'ha-se Pv( Jamea LaFfeur and Pvt. John Fischette. So effective Is the newly, adopted.
. f t f r
other members of Company B.
: .j.. ii nn ii ifi-hirnnmnn-1-Tniiiftn nnnnn nm-imtmrm
HEADQUARTERS "ANdI HEADQUARTERS COMPANY, 20th Inf antry Regiment, receives tht
' Honor Mess Plaqueor Octobert awarded tot maintaining the best mess hall in the i 20th Infantry.-
Col. Robert W. Garrett, post comman der la' shown preseritlng he plaque to Sfc.
;-Kitch-meM-itewMV,vI-i In the background fcre (L to r.), Sp3 Ph XiJfto, SpS
' Bruce PerryrPfo, Erwin Stlen, and Pvt. TEldridge Booker. 1 The plaque is soon to be redesign-,
ated as th'lt Battle Group Mess Award In keeping with the change, to organization of the
20th Infantry. The award in-the far right Is the Separate Unit Plaque i which was xetired
to this-oompany-lor the best mess of the separate Unit. (U.S.' Army Photo). ;
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Written for NEA Service
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Today's hand produces v!2
tricks at either hearts or no no-trump.
trump. no-trump. Five in hearts, five In
diamonds and the two black
aces. ' ."
slon. She decided that her part'
ner had to hold almost the-lden
tical hand she did and that the
only grand slam would be in
diamonds.' She bid it and'tnat
Red Radio Changes
Tune About UVPIol'
To Attack Syria
LONDON. Nov. 20 (UP
Moscow Radio chareed today
that the United States ha?
switched Its "mot" against Syria
from that nation' boror with
Turkey to its frontier with Is
In a broadcast heard here. the
rcdio Turkish "provocations" a a-lone
lone a-lone the Rvrlan border were con con-timiin".
timiin". con-timiin". But ft sflld recent ma maneuver."
neuver." maneuver." by the V.S. Sixth F'eet
vtvp rlsf to' the belief .that
Washinttori' has now decided to
At,t,nlt Rvrla from both sea ana
land, more precisely from Is-
The sw'tch in Moscow, tactics
was the first time for more than
a month that,he radio has not
claimed Turkev with U.S. back back-ins:,
ins:, back-ins:, is about to .attack Syria.
The switch to Israel was a reir
teratlon of charges first heard
several years ago.
Robert H. McCoy
Difis In States
Robert H. McCov, 66. a former
employe of the Canal's Fnvroll
Division, died Nov. 16 in Dan Danville,
ville, Danville, Pa., according to Informa Information
tion Information reaching relatives here.
Mr. McCoy retired from Cahal
service four years ago.
- He is survived by a son, Rob Robert
ert Robert R. McCoy, who lives on the
Canal Zone, and the latter s
daughter, Roberta McCoy.
Other survivors include, the
mother of the deceased, who
lives in Danville, and his two
brothers, Ben, of Danville, and
John, who lives In Orlando, .Fla.
' ADVANCED TO MASTER MECHANIC'- Nils" Iinfofes, Navy civilian employe of the Public
Works Department at Rodman. Naval Station 1rcongratulated by Rear Adm. Martin W
Kehart, upon his promotion to the grade of Master Mechanic Tn ceremonies. held this 'weelc
at thft Fifteenth .Navar District-Head quattersw: Fort Amador..; With his advancement to the
trade of Master Mechanic, Linfores now holds -the top ungraded Civil Service position of au
naval civilian eniplpyes In the Panama Canal- Zone, j Coming to the Canal Zone as an em-r
plove of the. construction company which helped to build the Rbdman Naval statlorr In 1941,
Linforeiransferred to the Rodman ; public works, department in November, 1943. Since 1953
he has been foreman of that" department. present at the;, advancement ceremonies were: (L
to r fflA. tjg-D? B. Hathaway, public .works .department. Fifteenth Naval District; Kehart,
who Jsfvisitlng the Fifteenth Naval District as head of a Bureau of Docks inspection team;
LinfoWiCaDt.-JCiW. Hlnes, commanding .Officer of. the Rodman Naval Station, and Cdr.
J A Helgel. 'Of the public workl office; Fifteenth Naval District.
(Official U.S. Nary photorrapb)
FgypWps2 Sfrpngman Homeward-bbund
'hirn.'ikClt'ixrot the Soviets have agreed to "build Egypt's largest i customer and
ttan amr tninistpr Mai neiL. Ab- t Egypt's national' economy' eunpller. But concurrent- wlthJ
(del Hakim Amer was expected to at the request i of Nasser and Amert visit Egypt has been ef ef-fly
fly ef-fly home from Moscow today Amer. '- v fortlng to repair her economic
carrying a Soviet promise to "aid' Kussia. nas aireaay become relations wun im wen."
Egypt m Dui'cung up ner nacon- .. .. ... ......
al economy." KENNEDY ON IMMIGRATION
.' Dipiomatlc speculation; here r,,JjEW YORK UP Sea John
was intense as to exacuy wnai f. Kennedy CP -Mi is.) called to
kind of agreement Amer prcb- day for a "new look". In U.S. 1m-
, olj uic uii powenui man unmigTuoB laws ana suggestea
.Egypt after President Nasser and! preference be given to tcientisti.
.th first Af thm rrq4- cv;nM 4m. muiin, ..J ik
.f"-nVs inner circle to visit So- American Jewish- Coafiess, ICen ICen-.
. ICen-. -wasw bringing;-tack wlUnedy said legislation should pre pre-ti.
ti. pre-ti. "' ; vide for redistributioo of nitionai
- e has bern In the Fovlet Un- ouoias, permanent visas for 30,000
If hrte weeks on an official Kung?rian retugeci in this coun-li'-'r
, T. discretionary power for the
Soviet Tremler Nikolai Etilga- President in hrdshis fa.? and
-11 rt frr-we'l re- r--
eeptiorfor Amer last night that song with essential skills.
vis for per-
Talks art.v In ... progress with
Britain in Roma and witn
France In- Geneva..' f
And World '- Bank president
Eugene Black has been asked by
Egypt to meaiate in ine quesuoo
of compensation for the nation
alization of the fiuet Canal two
veara aeo. --v
Diplomatic observers believed
that Erypt wanted to deflect
rome of her growinf trade with
the Soviet blocs: to. the West,
vhose-.-j products and currencies
she need', and rrhp thus to
provide more poUUcal balance,
produces the erand slam since
there is no problem to run a
club With the short trump hand.
When it was played In the Cot
ton States tournament In Mem Memphis
phis Memphis practically every? pair
played the hand in hearts or no-
trump, a couple worxea tneir
way up to seven hearts and one
pair actually stopped snort oi
Elizabeth Hamilton and Mil
dred Snow of Jasper, Ala., were
the only pair to get to the dia diamond
mond diamond grand slain and' their ex excellent
cellent excellent bidding is' worthy of
South 's first problem was
with her rebid, she didn't want
to Jump in diamonds since that
would take her past three no no-trump
trump no-trump so she made the unusual
bid for two spades. Now North
showed her club ace by a bid of
three clubs (the suit bid by her
South bid three diamonds on
ly. The partnership was on the
way to a slam and there was no
Kurry. f North's three heart bid
and Sou th's. four diamond bid
were also no hurry bids. j
Now North made a brilliant 1
and unusual bid. North jumped
to six clubs. This bid not only
confirmed the fact that North'
held the club ace but also sug suggested
gested suggested the possibility of a grand
slam and put it up to South to
choose the suit for the final
South, was equal to the occa-
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i his selected Mary Beth Hamby as its Valentine Girl tor 1958.
Mary Beth has Just come to tha Isthmus from NorfolK, Va.
?Wlth this honor goes "the opportunity to D the cover 'girl of
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' organization's' official publication. Each year, one girl is
selected tor a- well known movie star a cover girl from the
9f tntries of 4,000 chapters an over the world.
JCANAL ZON PEN WOMEN WILL FETE
RESIDENT MURIEL DE YOUNQ
Tb Canal Zne Branch f the National League of
Z American Pen Women Is fivinr a breakfast at the Hotel
TivoH on Saturday, Net. 0, as a despedida for Mr. Muriel
Y de Younf, branch ntetldent, who will be leavinf for a sax sax-months'
months' sax-months' vacation In the States.
Yallc; viccpreMdent, Betty Jo Jo-Slaughter;
Slaughter; Jo-Slaughter; Recording, Secretary,
Hoscmary Rark; Correspond-:
ing Setttry, Clara Chambers;
Treasurer, Yvonno ummj yirec-
tors; Carmea Calonge and Joseh
Mrs, Nhk piahed corsages on
each oliicer as she installed thenk
and explained their individual da-
lies. After the installation she ad addressed
dressed addressed (he group on the meaning
of the Soroptimisls. Mrs. del Vafle
Io spefce U those present, -Vice-president
Betty io Slaoghter acl-l
ed as Mistress Of Ceremonies, dur
ing the evening.
ighty guests attended, the din
ner, seated at trie nesd of the U-
shaped table with Mrs. ; N j e k
were: Mrs. del va'leViMri.
Slaughter, Mr. Aaron Abortganem,
Mrs. Venie HuU. Driont of the
Soroptimist international of Pana
ma City; Mis Xosita -.Paiaete,
chairman of the Extension Com Committee
mittee Committee of the club in Panama;
Mr. Erneste Estenor,' &fr. Enrique
Jaramillo, Mr. Joel Benjamin and
Mr. Clifford Madura.
The table was dec orated in the
Soroptimist colors of blue and
gold, with blue hydrangea and
yellow rails lilies.
The Soroptimist International of
Panama presented the new club
with a gavel and a brass gong
mounted on a mahogany base
with the Kot optimist emblem af affixed
fixed affixed in gold in the. foreground.
Piano selections were niaved
throughout the evening hy Mr.
Edmund Arehibold. At the etae
of the dinner, the entire grove
Joined, in the tinging of Ike Na
tional Anthem of. Panama.
Memo to teen-agers: When a
crowd la at a friend's home,
don't take crer the whole house,
keeping the telephone Hue biwy,
raiding the icebox, cluttering up
the house -with vour. belancr-
ingji etc. Remember that you
The old anrfne. "Make vonr
aelf up heme," was never meant
to iwMftea literally.
Army Official Will
Af Mciday Meeting
,m The officials of Point Four will
five a reception at the Union
lub on Friday night in honor of
4he delegates to the Agricultural
.-Credit Seminar, which will be
Concluded on Saturday.
! i Diplematlc Cerps
Members tl the Dlplomatie
Corps accredited to Panama will
J)Jdd a reception at,t,he. .Unlpn.
lub from 6 to 8 this evening in
honor of the Ambassador of Italy
iln Panama Dr. Rlcafdo "Mdscsti
nd Mrs. Moscati. Ambassador
;Hnd Mr. Moscati, who had reaid-
ed for nearly three years in Pana Panama
ma Panama are to leave for Rome at the
beginning of Iecember.
Mrs, Edna Hummer Niek, Sec Second
ond Second Vice-President of the Ameri American
can American Federation of Soroptimist
Clubs, Jne., arrived s a i a r o ay
morning by plane from W a shin
ton. D. C, to install the officers
of the newly-formed Soroptimist
International of Colon and to pre
sent the club with its charter.
Officers installed at the Sorop Soroptimist
timist Soroptimist dinner held at the Hotel
Washington on Saturday evening
were: President, Eunice M. del
t gfe Ffe,h H Mld(or 4SA)fl y
Thmet Oomn Pes
Although most of the tickets for
Tbo Reluctant Debutante.'' the
Theatre Guild's current produc
tion, aavc been sold, there are
limited number available, and
those desiring tickets arc ashed
to can M Emiaw at Z-4205.
PM Thefa Keawe
Marhs Pewndors say.
The annual foundera Dav Ob-
sorvanee of the Jeeal chapter of
Phi Tbeta. Kappa fraternity in the
canal zone Jinwer college was
held oa Monday, with a barbecue
dinner at the heme of Gsyle Hase-
mana, viee-presldent ftere.
Phi Theta Kappa ia the -Junior
college equivalent of Phi i 1 e t a
Kappa fraternity in four-year eol
leagea of the United Jtatei. Oa
Neim: m Phi Tbeta Kappa
was1' eVfleially recogmied hy the
Amerieae, Association of Junior
Colleges as the one official honor
ary scholastic fraternity for the
men and women of the Junior coM
leges of the United' States, Since
that time Nov. 18 has served as
Members of the local chapter of
the national group who wore pres present
ent present for the dinner were: Wayne
Brown; Osmond Call, Carolyn Hail,
Lee Green, Gayle Hasemana, Ma Mary
ry Mary Libert, Beth Little, Carmen
Smith, and Margaret Stancoock.
Other members who were una
ble to attend wore: Mrs. Rochelle
Head, Barry Kenealy, and Edwin
McDvaine. Special guests were
Dean and Mrs. Roger C. Hack Hack-ett
ett Hack-ett and Faculty Sponsor and Mrs.
Subect Turbyfill. Both Dean Hack Hack-ett
ett Hack-ett andMr. Turbyfill are honor honorary
ary honorary members of Phi Theta Kappa,
as is also Superintendent of
Schools Sigurd E. Esser,
(Continued on Page I) 1
Robert D, King will address
the monthly dinner meeting of.
me reuerai Government Ac
countanu Association on Man
day evening, at Albrook Officers
Club on the subject "Financial
Management Control in the Ar
Because of the widespread in
terest w tills talk. Phlliu L
Steera Jr., president of the Canal
zone. Chapter of the FGAA; has
issuea an invitation to all per persons
sons persons Interested to attend the
dinner meeting. The cost Is $2.90
Tickets may be obtained by
contacting Roacoe Cleveland at
Amador 3247, Richard R. Saul at
Corozal 2251, Albert Hendricka at
BaiDoa 2542 or Ma Isone at. Al
There will be a hospitality
hour at seven, followed by a
steamship roast beef dinner at
King was appointed Deputy
Assistant Secretary of the Aiiny,
with, responsibility for financial
management to February H54.
I this position, he acta for and
aasiats the Assistant Secretary of
we m-hit in bis nsaianca or ae
A graduate of Yale, King was
an accounting supervisor witn
an insurance comDanv until cali
co 10 active duty In 1941.
ae new many important post
lions. As administrative lnaoec
tor, he waa resDonsibla for oner
ational aupply procedure! In the
Army service .Forces. For three
years, Jtine supervised develon
ment Of Standard iunnl roe.
uuiwm ju sne, AO His IBllaj
aignmen on ? aenve fluty Wai
reparation v or a procedure
anuai eorreiatinir the flunnlv
Control System and disposition
of Army excess and surplus onm-
In 1M(, Klna became sneclal
assistant and technical adrtaor
to the Chief, Supply Divialon, In
1)31. he was appointed Bneclal
Assistant to the Assistant Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Army. In 1953, King
vecame uirector or tne Office of
Analysis and Review of the De
partment of the Army.
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On the same program, as the
picture 1:10 to Yuma." a travel
short on Panama will be shown
at the Teatro Bella Vista today
"1 Pintoiesco Panama." a
travel short made for Columbia
Pictures through the cooperation
of Burke Dowllng Adams which
handles the Republic of, Pana
ma's tourat advertising was
filmed here last year by C. B.
Foster . i
Scenes, of Carnival, the Tarn -bortto,
the El Panama Hilton, the
University of Panama the new
Legislative Building, tne presi president
dent president Remon racetrack, and the
San Bias Islands are included in
"Panama Playground," which is
being distributed by Columbia
Pictures all over the world.
13 CAirC Reserves
Thirteen Caribbean Air com
mand Jteserve officers were
named .for ., regular USAR com commissions
missions commissions on the third list releas released
ed released in Washington last week in
the present Air Force augmen
The list contained names r -of
Officers who had a total or 9, iu,
and 11 years' active federal com
officers named in-
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DESPtDIDA LUNCHEON Frank W, Blandln, center, was honored at a luncheon given by htt' wsoclatea In! the AccountlBs:
Policies and Procedures Staff nrior to his departure later this month for th imitM
L parrT. Hw Scott,. Leo Favrot, Julian Mountain, Hugh Durrett, Blandln, WWiam Wlchmann, k B. Huff," William Gold
iem and) p, l Ricsch,, ...( .;.,', ... t 4 t , fltff k? M
Film On Panama
To Be Exhibited
At Bella Vista
I'M. 0mmf :.
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PRIVACY FOR IOIN
LISKEARD. England (UP) A
gamekeeper who carries a double double-barreled
barreled double-barreled shotgun will make sure
Sir Anthony Eden has privacy this
winter. The ailing former prime
minister has leased a iz-room
mansion at Morval on the wild
Cornish coast near here. Game
keeper Victor Scamplebury said
today he has orders to warn off
sightseers and others who might
disturb their privacy.
Galllard Plots Hew
Moves To Save Franc
As Inflation Rises
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PARIS, Nov. 20 (UP) Premier
reux tiaiiiard called bis cabinet
into session today to plot further
moves against the mounting infla inflation
tion inflation which is threatening the coun country's
try's country's shaky economy.
Galllard survived vote of n-
fidence in the National Assembly
by a 74 vote margin yesterday.
But continued unrest among the
members ofhis coalition foresha foreshadowed
dowed foreshadowed trouble ahead as he con continued
tinued continued the fight to save the franc.
Last Bight's 292 to 112 vote in
the Assembly kept France fro,n
plunging into another cabinet cri crisis
sis crisis just two weeks after the last
one waa solved by. Gaillard's ap appointment.
pointment. appointment. But the fact that near nearly
ly nearly 100 deputies were "absent" when
the vote was called led political ob
servers to predict trouble ahead.
Thirty-five members of the Con
servative bloc, a key segment of
w uauiard coalition, bucked
party discipline to vote against
him, another sign of unrest in the
Many observers felt the Pre Premier's
mier's Premier's vote margin wpuld have
beea still slimmer had Gaillard
not made a last minute appeal
tor national unity dnrtngt he cur current
rent current oyer allied arms shipments
Those with 11 years Lt Col.
Harry P. Wheton Jr., Hq. Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command. Quarry Heights;
Ma). Gordon M. Hunter, Ha.
5700th Air Base Group; MaJ.
Clarence Hall Jr. USAP Mission
to Chile: Capt. Thomas O. fos foster,
ter, foster, USAF Mission to Ecuador;
and Capt. Robert E. Boyce, De
tachment No. 1, 9th weather
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GRADUATION DANCE A graduation dance Jamboee was held at the 'Albrook Officers j
Club laat Bunday for memoers .completing the. dance class sponsored by the Albrook Youtft
Program. Winners of the Jitterbug and bop contests" Priscella Plischke and Dennis Hale
are shown with their awards. In rear are, 1 tq t: Mrs.-Temple Plowman, director of Al Albrook
brook Albrook youth activities; Major General Truman H. Landon, Commander, Caribbean Air Com Command;
mand; Command; Mrs. Landon, and Dunn and Harnett, dance instructors. ,'', ',-,
Those with nine years Major
Richard J. Carey, Hq. Caribbean
Air Command; Capt. Clement H.
Armstrong, 5700th Operations
flauadron: Cant, Harlan K.
Black, 5700th Operations Squad
ron; and Capt. Oliver R. Davis,
USAF Mission to Chile,
This brings the total number
Of CAirC officers to 28 who have
received regular appointments
under the- program,. The next
list expected in the hear future
will contain tne names ot 0111 0111-cers
cers 0111-cers with six, seven and; eight
years commissioned service.
HOLLYWOOD (UP) A CBS-TV
crew now back from location high
in the Colorado Rockies where
they shot exterior scener for a TV
series didn't miss being snowed in
by many days. The series If "Ser:
geant Preston of the Yukon."
Rolary Club Feles
At 'Pal Day' Lunch
Final plans are being laid for
the Panama Rotary Club's 1937
"Pal Dav" to be held tomorrow.
An annual affair, the past observ observances
ances observances have won great aclaim at
mong the specially selected enlist enlisted
ed enlisted men of the local Armed Forc Forces
es Forces who attended. r j-
As in past years, "Pal Day?
will take the form of a luncheon
in The Bella Vista Room of El
Panama Hilton, and be climaxed
by swimming in the outside pool
for the remainder of the ; after-
Entertainment, including musi
cal numbers and a presentation W
Magic will follow the luncheon.
Representatives will be carefully
chosen from each of the compo component
nent component services on their merits as
An excellent opportunity for the
servicemen to meet and associate
with prominent men of the) com community,
munity, community, the "Pal Day" observance
has been considered most enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable for the servicemen and Rota.
Be Diplomatic In Making
Hubby Take It Easy'
US To Send No More Arms
To Tunisia; To
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 20 (UP)
The United Ststes has no imme immediate
diate immediate intention of sending any more
guns to Tunisia, officials said to-
Moreover, if and when more
arms shipments are planned, this
country will consult tir wiui
France and also obtain new as
surances from Tunisians he wea
pons will not fall into the hands
nf Afoerian rebels.
Althouah no hard and fait pro-
mifea resulted from yesterday's
conference of French Foreign Mi
nister Christian Pmeau and Se
cretary of State John Foster Dul
lea. Pmeau apparently is going a
war m a happier frame of mind
than he arrived in
French offcials said Pineau was
confident he bad succeeded in
imoresstn? upon Dulles the ur
gent need for limiting arms ship
ments to Tunisis. Pineau went m
to the conference hoping to get
them confined to one gun for
each man ia the 4 ,000-members
Tunisian army. The U.S. sad Bri
tain so far have shipped about
900 rin in a mou la kern So
viet block countries from sup-1 rian dispute, soon to be
plying them. arms... r ift the UJI.
Pineau this morning had
meeting scheduled with Adlai E
Stevenson, the State Department's
special NATO adviser. Before leav
ing for New York, Pineau als
planned to talk toV U.S.- de-Z
fense officials, possibly on the
deployment of American .'1,500-
mile ballistic missiles on the Euro European
pean European continent. .1 ..
Dulles and Defense 5 secretary
Neil H. McElroy said yesterday
thh U.S. wilt start to send atomic
missiles abroad at the end of next
year, or before mid-1950. McElroy
said Britain would get them' first
in MierM, the Catneiie morn morning
ing morning newspaper "Ye" said today j
the Prench outhtn-kf ever "the
sending of rifish and Amirt-
can arms to Twtisli was s
culated irritation" to win sop-
pert from them n erne U.N. ; 1
It ssld in sn editorial "the vio
lent French reaction against the
sending of arms to Tunisia by
Englsnd and the U S. A. might nsve
tactical -aim: to win ex
change ar a reeoncilistory ope
ration, the support of the United
stses snd England in the AJge-
A wife writes: "About a vear
ago I made up my mind that I
was aoina to make my middle
aged husband's health one of my
"Not, having any desire to "be a
widow; and seeing seversl of my
husband's overworked colleagues
drop with hesrt attacks, I went
to work to try to get my hus
band to start taking it easy.
"The other evening I dragged him
home from a party before, be was
ready to leave- so that he could
get a good night's rest. He hsd
told; me earlier the next day was
going to be particular trying.
"I began to wonder if in making
my husband face the fact that he
ought to alow down I night not
be setting mm up as an easy mark.
for tne 1st young woman who takes
she ought to urgeNher hushsnd.to
slow down, have regular physical
checkups and tee that he eats pro'
perly has tp be a diplomat.
She should base her, plea that
he take things a little easier on
the erounda (hat t hi 1nh ia Am.
mending and. that he is carrying
a bigger load than any man ought
to eairy.''-'.: v
' She Should b earefnr tn tra.
ging him away from parties not 1
to act like a mother hen cluck clucking
ing clucking over a chick.'She doesn't have
to explain that they are leavin
early so that her husband an t
She doesn't have to do a lot of
talking about his cutting! down
on fattening foods, etc. She n do
more oy piannmg mentis carefuuy
and not lemolintf him iih
it Into her mind to make him to iris" foods than bv a int f i.n,
feel ycBBi.';,3,i-'-.-;:;.fti-y': ,- It might 'be dangerous for a
. "Am J just beng siDy. or is there 'wife to make niAii..o tma.-
a possibility of such at thing hapr band begin to feel old by making
pening?" - a big fuss' over his health.. But
ir..is..,...iv; Jwlth a little tact she csn look after
tl A DIPLOMAT.' this, health without, making him
, ) : ; determined, to prove that he is
.The point is, the wi,e who. feels I Just as young as he ever waa.
m 1 rW I I I HlWT'4g. :.
UNDERWORLD flCUREA workman, making like a? busy
spider, puts the finishing touches, on a huge spheric frame on
which a modernistic outline of the World is featured in mesh
and metal lines. The "shell of the world" will be one of the
feature exhibits at the Nautical Show in Paris, France.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER W, 19W -,
TDK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
ii ii i I. i ii
dl arid J the
Con ti nut J :
I Gamboe Women's Club
Holds Annual o
The Gamboa. women's uuq
holding it annual card party on
Friday at 7:30 o.m. at Aanv
boa Civic Center There wm De
table and door prizes.. Players
ahoold bring their own cards.
Children's jblw are being.
featured- bv tne canai fcone a
brary this week 4n observance of
the 39th, annftal Children's Book
ah boots rmav bef borrowed
from the, Main Library is).-Sty
Civil Affair BuUding,iWhiie' sei
eetions frtom! the 'list-are avail
abletnaeh Branch and Deposit
T.ihrarvMn' the various- commu
nities,, it was. announced byi 'the
Official -costers showine this
vear1 e sloean ."EnDlore- "Wlthi
Books are?on display 4Jua.lI li libraries.
braries. libraries. The bookmclnde "Mer
iwether- Xewis, Boy Explorer
and "Tcoplcal JRain Forests-,"- by
Delia Goetavwnicn isoi partiou'
lar interest nn lha Isthmus, 'a'-'
The', complete list pt children's
books and ithelK autnors an announced
nounced announced by the Library; this week
follows' -t s 1 i,
Children's fiction 1- "Tim AH
Alone, Ardizzone,' The Rush, for
Gold,. Bealsr The Little Island,
Brown; ; The Black Stallion's
Courage,-Farley; The Happy
Lioni Bos&s, ratio; Th& Hidden
Ruin. Folsomr Angelo Goes, to
Switzerland, Goodenowj The Big
Snow, Hader; A Day4 Downtown
Angela Bmnnan t
Miss Angela Brennan, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs.: Frank J. Bren Brennan
nan Brennan of New Cristobal, celebrated
her ninth birthday on Saturday
afternoon with a luncheon and,
party- at her home. ?
Those invited ta celebrate with
Angela were' her brother Mik e
and Hilda Urriela. Anita Jarami-
llo. Cartnelita Marraeaga. Nellie
Kytan,! Maty Saenz, Cathy Uegg,
Maria Franca San Felippo, Julia
and. Tom my Bircher, Ico and Be-
Una l ernandez, Lesma and Anna
Lia- Fuyol, Mananna de la Espre-
11a, Laura Morales, Patricia, Brl
ly.'Dick and Albert Gonzalez,
Doug and Randy Smith, Alvaro
and Aicides Arosemena. Jr Jim
my and Joey O'Donnell, Junior
Robinson. Maria Elena Oucikas.
inonnie and Jonnme Marquard.
Laura and Lois Diane Russon,
treorgie and Billy Jiusted. and Ma
.Games were played und prizes
were, .won1 by Carmelia, Marraea
ga and Welue Kytan,
Hotel' Managtr't j v
' Mr ermir; 3a(uPJardtiv-ed-ntJ,FridBy
from California ', to
joint" hen husband, tMt. Pierre Jacr
auillard, manager- of the Hotel
El Panama 'Hilton.
with- Daddyt Horwich; The Big- arrafeeets.
Children's Non-nction in
sect -Engineers, Bartlett; Meri
wether Lewis, Boy Explorer, Be
beriroth: polio and the Salk Vac
cine.-Blakeslee: The Children of
Odin, Colum; The First Book of
Hawaii, Epstein; Mountains in
the Sea. Gallant: Will Rogers,
Immortal Cowboy, Garst; Tropi
cal Rain forests, ooetz; Tom
Paine. Freedom's. Apostle,, Gur-
ko; 48 plus 1, Longstreth; Arrried
with' Courage, McNeer; The
Hudson's Bay Company, More-
nus;, Nellie Bly, Noble; Jules
Verne, Pearce; N a t n a n.a ei
Greene, Peckham;. India, Taylor;
Getting to Know Canada, Tor;
Tlwi TJ-McKr Wlnrfprs' AlHcntrvrs
and Qrococuies, zin; comets;
i.' Each aotlc for inclutien In thw
column hould b tubmittad
lypa-writtoa form and majlid
tha box aumbar litlod daily la 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," at dalivorod
f hend to tha affica. Noticat of
Mcolinaa i cannot ba accaptad by
talephona. r -y.
Gam' And Mineral,
At Cox't- Home -v
The Members of the Gem and
Minerals Society of Balboa are to
have a special treat at their
meeting on Friday.
,Mr.; and Mrs. Edward Cox have
invited Club ( members to have
their November meeting at -their
home, No. 207 Schoolhouse Road
in Gatun. Mr. Cox exlcels in facet faceting
ing faceting gems and also makes cabo cabo-chons
chons cabo-chons which Mrs. Cox fashions in
to lovely jewelry. The program
they have planned should be most
interesting ana au memuers me
nroMi to make the trio to the At
lantic side this coming Friday
n ht Th meenne. wiu aiarv i
730 p.m. as usual, ; i
Schoolhouse Road Is -f located to
the right and parallel -i to Jadwin
Ttnnd imainvroad into Gatun) in
back of the schoolhouse and the
wrRonic Temple. Anyone agoing
hv train should .contact tne i-ox
and they wiu arrange ior inem
De mei. ...
Chinese Community 1
Center Will Meet
At Chinas Club
The Chinese community center
uHH'have ita monthly meeting 'to
morrow. Starting a new trend, tne
meeting wilL from now on, be
held at the Chinese Club, the
Chune Wah Kung Soo, on 8th and
Amador liuerrero Avenue; mere
will be refreshments and games
after the regular business meet
ing which Will start at 7:30 p.m.
BOLZANO. Italy (UP) About
5.000 Italian riot police turned out
to preserve order yesterday when
an estimated 20,000 German-speaking
citizens of this former Aus
trian province demonstrated for
independence from Italy.
V. s I til it" s 1
OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE Col-WE'Eckle8,,1eft;veomptroller, TrA ArmyCarlbbean,
awards Mrs. Kathleen Gough of the budget division, an Outstanding Performance Certificate
for, the period from Feb. l, 1956, to Jan. 31, 1957. Mrs. Gough who is a Supervisory Budget
Analyst, will have rounded out 15 years in, December as a civilian employe of USARCARD3,
and lays claim to being the only person left in the 'office of the nucleus that .established
the Comptroller Division in this, command in 1949. Prior to that the comptroller's duties
were taken care of in the relative "G" section. Mrs. Gough lives with her family in -Curun-du-Heights.
John R., her husband, Is employed by the Army Auditing Agency at Ft Clay-
ton.. Ih the above nhoto. from left to risrht. members attending of the presentation ceremonf.
are: Col. Eckles, Lt. Col. Stielau, executive officer of Comptroller, Mrs. Gough, MaJ, J. Brl-
gandl, chief of budget division, and Mr,?Dan Snyder, civilian buaget oriicer.
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It. Col. BURR "K. ADAMS, center right, deputy director. Inter American Geodetic Survey
(IAGS) U S. Army; at Fort Clayton, accepts a certificate Of achievement from Col. F. J. Tate,
right IAGS director, in a recent ceremony at Fort Clayton. Looking on are .Francis J.
Loughran left, chief of the civilian personnel and office services branch, IAGS, and Ralph
Frangioni center left, chief of the comptroller's division,- JAGS. Adams was awarded the
certificate for his outstanding performance of duty with the UiS. Army ROTO Instructor
Group at State College of Washington, Pullman, Wash., for the period July 8, ,954 through
June 18, 1957. During thlff period, Adams served as pruiessor oi miuuiry science na wcucs
at the school. The certificate, in part, states, "His tnorougn xnowieage oi mi aspects oi
training his outstanding executive ability and his skill in teaching contributed materally to
the effective training of the Army ROTC students. His complete devotion to his duty re resulted
sulted resulted Tin an achievement reflecting great credit upon himself and the Military Service."
(U.S. Army Photo)
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DEMOLITION AT, THE ENTRANCE of the iliew "Teen Club" in Balboa was speeded when un union
ion union craftsmen, gave time and labor to help the kids. Standing, left is Harvey Smith, carpenter'
foreman and general supervisor. Sheet met&l worker John Hem is bending over. Teenagers
gruuna, iTanK jttngnz, un jaaaer, ana Kusty weaae, on pians..
areRalph Parker, on g
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tnciang, plumpers journeymen
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dividual Individual servicea to hern the con
struction oi me -Teen ciud
Ainora-bu, masonry ,3oreman,t
A week ago Saturday, the
who Includes in his craft brick- teenagers mixed mortar, hauled
laying, blocklaying And tile set-! blocks, pointed up Joints, an
ting, worxea nis way into the1 loaded concrete diocks.
hearts of the, teenagers with his
esuis u oecome a reality De-4iiiowieage. t ,- -
for Christmas, according tor Bill' Many of the local labor un un-Bright,
Bright, un-Bright, general chairman Of the ions,-prohibited" by' their local
Pacific youth ; Association ad by-laws fronj contributing sums
hoc committee...- t of money to the Pacific .Youth
. With Bildon; Inc.; furnishing-Association, have expressed the
transportation, and the teenag-f desire to have their craftsmen
ers unloading over 1.500 concrete' help, in the construction of the
blocks, Harvey Smith, general club and have given their time'
foreman, and general supervisor on Saturdays to helnine with the
cf the Maintenance Division, has work that has to be done. ,portation to bring the 1,500 -eon-devoted
his last two Saturdays Considering he hourly salaries jcrete blocks from the Atlantic
io toe ciud. aupervipg fome'oi or tnese journeymen and super-Side, iree to tee iud. .- -
the plumbing work.. viscrs, lt is not small contri-J The teenagers really worked
."iii Hicks, Oliver Culp and fcution. .They are really giving at helping construct their-dub,
';t?y Anderson roughed in a ijelr "days pay" to a communi-' doing much of the 'shovel work,
1 la, of the plumbing work a week -y projet vbh wr reap many supervised by the skilled Jour Jour-ego
ego Jour-ego Saturday, wnile Carmen benefits In the future. ineymen. ,. , ;
Harvey Smith superintended
the demolition of the entrance to
the club, which is being chang changed,
ed, changed, while Hicks,-Anderson and
Culp roughed In the toilet rooms
of the club. t v--
Carmen Amaratti leveled and
lined up block partitions which
will go to setting up rooms in the
interior of the building.
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At a private audience at Castelgandolfo ( Italy) the
Papal summer residence. His Holiness Pope Pius XII re
ceived renowned motion picture producer Cecil B. deMQIe.
Mr. deMille told the Pope how much he appreciated the
principles outlined in the Pontifical Etfcyclical on motion
pictures. . -.f u y
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.his blessing on Mr. deMille and his work. Mr. deMille
presented' His Holiness with a reproduction of the Deca Decalogue
logue Decalogue Inscribed In. Early Canaan! te on two Tablets, of (
stone brought from Mount Sinai. i -c ,J
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or the Holy Stairs, where he remained about one hour
studying frescoes portraying the life of Moses. He then
visited the North American College as special' guest of
the rector, Bishop Martin O'Connor, who is also president
of the Pontifical Commission' for mdtion TJictures, radio
and television, (Picture of; FclicJ. -Fotografo. Pontfkio,
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Pairings For Second
Round Already Listed
I Three of the matches in the first round of the
I'Mido Multifort Watch Tournament at the Brazos
T Brook Country -Club were won by the narrow mar-
gin of one hole while two teams were overwhelmed
by their opponents.
Michigan State Takes OverrTiXcu fHi.
Th ranal Diolt team of Lew-1 completed by next Sunday
ls-Wilder which was favored to here is how they line up:
vn o innir wav suffered mlsfor- Noonan-Finnegan vs. Allen
tune inasmuch as Wilder was
called for duty on the afternoon
set for their match.
In accordance with the rules
of the tournament, capt. Bin
Lewis was permitted to find a
substitute for Wilder but after a
close match he ana nis pincn-
hlUing partner, Bin Miaaiemas,
were defeated by Francey Jr. and
AlJIeyde (also substituting for
Francey Sr.) by, a score or z anu
The Gorln Humphries team
had a close call as they were
even after 18 holes but even eventually
tually eventually closed out Roth-Huldquist
at the 19th.
The Owen-Morland combina combina-;
; combina-; Jio had to go an extra nine
tholes before winning one-up
'over Nordstrom Ferro. The
eventual winners were 3-up
With five to play but some good
approach work by Ferro support support-"m.bv
"m.bv support-"m.bv fine Duttine on behalf of
Ncffdstrom, who sank a 15-foot
puat at 16 ana a zu-iooier ai ii,
evened the match,
ther results were:
- Noonan-Finnegan over Whit-
aWman-Dick Brown over Ge
airuk-Jimrny Raymond, 7 and 6.
Gtompton-DeRaps over Nelson-
RiQhmond, 3 and 2.
Middlemas-Galindo over Pull
er-JSmith, 6 and 5.
The second round must be
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TARHEELS RETAll TITLS
WINSTON, SALEM.. N.C, (UP)
The University of Jtforth 'Caro 'Carolina!
lina! 'Carolina! retained its team title in the
fifth: annual Atlantic Coast Confer Conference
ence Conference cross-country meet Monday
although South Qarolina's Billy
Latham won the event with a
Dave Brown-Hause vs. Gorin Gorin-Humphries.
Humphries. Gorin-Humphries. Selman-Dick Brown vs. Mee-han-Hoverson.
Francey Sr.-Francey Jr. vs.
Compton-DeRaps vs. Magazin-
Owen-Morland vs. Gump-Si
Morris-Joe Wright vs. Middle-
Mich. State Defends
At Home Monday
NEW YORK (UP) Crawford
Kennedy, the new 1C4-A Cross
country champion, and his Michi Michigan
gan Michigan State teammates looked for
ward today to a successful defense
of their NCAA championship next
Monday on their own course at
East Lansing, Mich.
Kennedy, a 22-year-old Scot who
now lives in Toronto, captured his
first major title Monday when he
defeated Ron Delany, the Olympic
1,500-meter champion from Ire Ireland
land Ireland and Villanova University, in
the IC4-A Cross-Country Meet.
The Spartans posted a low total
of 86 points to retain the IC4-A
team crown in a warmup for next
week s NCAA feature.
Notre Dame was second in the
team race, followed by Penn
State, Cornell and Syracuse.
Bob Cousy Enters
WORCESTER, Mass. (UP) Vet
eran Bob Cousy, star of the chanv
pion Boston Celtics, enters City
Hospital today for treatment of a
leg injury which he says was "de
The Celtics sparkplug was in injured
jured injured in Saturday's game with the
Philadelphia Warriors which Bos Boston
ton Boston won 111-89 for their 11th
straight victory this season.
The injury occurred when the
Warrior's high scoring center, Neil
Johnston, collided with Cousy who
charged Monday night that the in incident
cident incident was a "deliberate foul".
Dr. Shannon said a blood clot
had formed in the injured leg and
Cousy would be sidelined for at
least two or three weeks.
The Celtics go after victory
number 12 against the Detroit
Pistons in Detroit Thursday night.
Top Spot In
3eorge Verdisco of Georgetown
won. the three-mile Freshman race
in 14:56.3. He defeated Ernest
Tracy of Penn by 25 yards. Syra
cuse'; led rw Anthony Annese, won
the 'Freshman Team crown with a
IkwsJrf points. Manhattan was
Joan Collins in
Ernest Borgnihie in
"3 BRAVE MEN"
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J Tonv A?uilar in
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Happened to .
In 1926. Jess Sweetser dronned
a bomb oA the golf world by be becoming
coming becoming the first American ever tb
win the British Amateur Champ,
onship. He had won the U.S. crown
in 1922 and1 played on numerous
Walker Cup teams before and
later, but his British victory was
a shocker to the experts on the
other side of the Atlantic. Unlick Unlick-ily
ily Unlick-ily for Jess, his reign was short shortlived,
lived, shortlived, for an amateur named iBob iBob-hy
hy iBob-hy Jones happened along about
Whatever happened to Jess
Sweetser? Today, he's a vice pres president
ident president of a huge aircraft manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing company at Baltimore and
finds time for golf at a noted spot
near Washington called "Burning
NEW YORK (UP)- The United
Press college football ratings (with
first-place votes and won-lost rec
ords in parentheses):
1. Michigan State (13) (7-1) 310
2. Ohio State (7) (7-1) 283
3. Auburn (14) (8-0) 278
4. Texas A and M (8-1) 190
5. Oklahoma (7-1) 165
6. Mississippi (8-1) 137
7. Navy (1) (7-1-1) 119
8. Iowa (6-1-1) 113
9. Notre Dame (5-2) 70
10. Army (8-1) 62
Second 10 groups 11, Duke, 58;
12, Oregon, 41; 13, Rice, 30; 14
(tie), Wisconsin and Arizona
(Tempe) State, 20 each; 16, Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, 12; 17, Michigan, 5; 18,
North Carolina State, 3; 19 (tie),
Clemson, Dartmouth, Penn State
and UCLA, 2 each.
Other Purdue, 1.
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Joan Pastor from nearly jumping out of the stadium every
time the Golden Gophers get off a good play or hold line. ;!
NEW YORK (UP) Michigan
State took over the top spot in
the United Press college football
ratings today in the wake of week
end upsets that dropped Texas
A and M. to fourth place and Ok
lahoma to fifth.
Ohio State jumped up to the No.
2 rating; Auburn, one of the two
remaining perfect-record teams In
the major college ranks, could not
advance last week's No. 3 rank
ing; and Notre, Dame returned to
the top 10 group in ninth place
on the strength of its stunning
7-0 unset victory -which snaoned
Oklahoma's 47-game winning
Mississippi was another new
comer in this, week's top ten ad'
vancing from 11th place to sixth.
Navy, Iowa, Notre Dame and
Ar.y rounded out the select group
in that order.
Rice, which produced a malor
shocker Saturday by beating last
weeK's top-ranked Texas AaM,
7-6, was placed 13th in the weekly
raungs oi me 35 leading coaches
who comprise the United Press
Army, Navy Officers Think
About Annual Football Game
No Matter Where They Are
Mighty Have Fallen; Sooners,
Texas Aggies Have To Pick
Selves Up, Get Going Again
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By HARRY WISMER
NEW YORK (UP) The mighty
have fallen, and now both- Okla
homa and Texas J Aggies hav to
pick themselves up and get going
again. Kice s defeat 01 Jttear Bry
ant's Aggies was a notable one,
but it was completely overshad overshadowed
owed overshadowed by Notre Dame's brilliant ef effort
fort effort at Norman, Okla., an effort
seldom equalled in the annals of
The preparedness of the Notre
Dame team was impressive. Who Whoever
ever Whoever scooted the Oklahoma team
had done a thorough job, and
Brennan and company had been
masterful in instructing the win winners,
ners, winners, especially on defense. Notre
Dame played fundamental foot football.
ball. football. The Irish tackled and blocked j
in the line, and while Williams,
Lynch and Pietrosante grabbed
the headlines, you ve got to take
your hats off to the forward wall.
It was strictly a team effort.
Irish Had Rough Schedule
One thing the victory empha
sized you find your best and your
toughest football in the Middle
West, taking it week in and week
out. The Irish had been toughened
by a rough schedule; the Sooners
hadn't. That was the basic differ
ence. The win made the season for
The bowl situation Is pretty well
wrapped up. Ohio State's win over
Iowa gave the Buckeye's the trip
to the West and killed the hopes
of Michigan State. Oregon will
provide the so-called Rose Bowl
opposition. It's Duke and Oklaho Oklahoma
ma Oklahoma for the Orange Bowl; Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi and probably Texas or Rice
in the Sugar Bowl; Texas Aggies
have to beat Texas for the Cotton
Bowl hid and if Navy beats Army.
the Middies go there. After that
there isn't much left.
the East the Cleveland Browms
and the New York Giants should
battle right down to the wire with
their final game on Dec 15. being
the deciding one. The Steelers, still
have a chance, but its an outside
The crucial games next Sunday
find the Bears, bitter and mad,
playing the Lions in Detroit; the
us Angeles Kama at Cleveland:
San Francisco at Baltimore; and
the New York Giants at Chicago
Auburn, 6-0 conaueror of wea
Georgia, attracted the most first
piace votes from the coaohes.
Coach Shug Jordan's unbeaten and
untied powerhouse had 14, com compared
pared compared to 13 for Michigan State and
seven for Ohio State.
However, the two Big Ten titans
received stronger support lor suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding places and thus took over
the first two ratings with 310 and
283 points, respectively. Auburn
had 278 points.
This marked the first time In
the eight-season history of the
United Press ratings that two
teams from the same conference
Dlaced 1-2 in any weeklv ballot of
Ohio State clinched the Big Ten
onampionsmp and the Rose Bowl
berth by beating Iowa, 17-13C
Michigan State, the National
Champion in 195Z, winds up its
season Saturday against Kansas
State. Ohio State takes on Michi
gan, while Auburn still has games
remaining against Flonda State
and Alabama. r
By OSCAR F RALE Y
NEW YORK (UP)- They sat
there together; the picture soldier
and the lynx-eyed sea-dog, and as
they looked back into the past you
knew what the Army-Navy game
means to those in. Army posts
around the world and' aboard all
the fighting ships at sea.
"The one that sucks in my
mind," said Lt. Gen, Gar David
son, superintendent of the U.S.
Military Academy, "was a dark
one. any way you look at it."
v Rear Adm. Bill Smedberg, the
Naval Academy superintendent,
On Big Retreat
To Have $10 Tops
CHICAGO (UP) A $10 top was
set today far the Joe Brown-Joey
Lopes lightweight championship
15-round fight at the Chicago Sta Stadium
dium Stadium Dec. 4.
The sponsoring International
Boxing Club said the lowest priced
seat would sell for $2.50 with in intermediate
termediate intermediate choices of $7.50 and
The fight will be televised on
the usual Wednesday night net network,
work, network, but the area within 150
miles of Chicago will be blacked
Schmidt; To Get
Another TV Bout
NEW" YORK, Nov. 20 (UP) -Young
Danny Russo will get an
other TV fteht at St. Nicholas
Arena. Dec. 23. because of his re return
turn return decision over substitute Pe Peter
ter Peter Schmidt in Monday night's
Russo of Brooklyn, a 2-1 fa
vorite, eked out a majority ver verdict
dict verdict with his close-quarter at attack
tack attack In the ninth and 10th
rounds against tired Schmidt of
New York. It was the first 10
rounder for each.
A rainy-night crowd of 1,007
saw Russo register his 12th vic victory
tory victory in 15 fights, and Schmidt
lose his sixth in 17.
We were on the big retreat
from North Korea," continued the
handsome, white-haired Davidson,
the bitterness of that memory
plain in his voice. "We had dug
in on the north side of Pyongyang
and I had lust gone to bed when
they routed me out and told me
division wanted us to pull deck
farther before we were pmned
It was a bitter cold night in De
cember of 1950. A knifelike wind
keened over the snow. Enemy
guns might open up at any' mo
ment from the frowning nuis on
both sides of the rutted road. But
Gar Davidson, the one-trme Army
star and coach at West Foint,
thought fleetingly as the convoy
retreated down the valley:
"The game should be just about
over at home.
They stopped after a while,
stamping their feet in the snow
to restore the circulation; and a
radio man ran up to Gar in the
darkness and puffed:
"Mora- bad news Navy won
it,: 14 to 2."
Davidson straightened in his
chair and a slight smile touched
SI Cup of Woe Overflowed ?
'Tha( night," he said "my cup
of woe ran over." ;v -. t
Smedberg nodded again and
then began to speak.
"You can't help thinking about
the game, no matter where--yoti
are, when you know it's going to
be played. Like the one in. 1942
when I was on destroyer patrol
on aavw island."
That was another bad period' In
our nation's .istory of blood and
battle. We had lost four cruisers
in a slu 'ging set jigSt off Sa
and no men like Smedberg, ca
nis own in gallant little destroy destroyer,
er, destroyer, defied the enjinyi n one-ship
sorties aimed at cutting the Japa Japanese
nese Japanese lU'jply lifeline to island-entrench
id troops. j
"I had just tuned in for the kick kick-off,"
off," kick-off," Smedberg .reflected, "and,
while the reception was very taint,
at least I could hear most of it.'5
But Just as the kickoff Mured
through the air back in Annapolis,
where the game was played that
year, the sonor man turned on the
Mind en the Gams
We went after him. drnnn!
ashcans all over the nlace." KmoH.
berg said. "Then, as the action
ended, my mind went back to the
game. But it was over or, at least,
I couldn't get anything anymore.'5
They stayed out on that lone lonesome
some lonesome patrol another full week and,
Smedberg recalls, "I almost went
crazy wondering who won.". :
Finally one, pit our cruisers
loomed on the horizon and Smed Smedberg
berg Smedberg dashed to the blinker fight.
"Who won the Armv came?" ha
The answer flickered back:
"My heart sank."1 Smedher
grinned, "But they were pulling
For the message, finished, was:
"Army 0, Nayy 14."
Which makpi .it fpr ,ivhv Jt
the fighting men, this one is "the r
AGAINST PAY TV
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television 2 to 1, Broadcasting
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areas by Pulse, Inc., showed two
thirds of those- responding were
'-'not interested" in paying. Of
those who said they would pay
two-thirds preferred to put their
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FOR THE DEFENSE
Plans To Campaign
In U.S. In 1958
Title Up for Grabs'
With the pros, the Western Divi
sion title if up for grabs. The
ighty Chicago Bears, monsters
of the midway, have been tamed.
Their fifth loss Sunday ended their
The Detroit Lions, Baltimore
Colts, the 49ers and Los Angeles
Rams are still in contention. In rounder,
PARIS (UP) Frenchman
Charles Humez, middleweight
champion of Europe, planned to today
day today to campaign in the United
Mates In early 1958 becausesf his
impressivet echmcal k n o c k o u
over Andre Drille, champion of
Humez, 30, floored Drille three
times before the referee stoooed
their non-title bout, just as Drille's
handlers were preparing to throw
in the towel. It was at 1:30 in the
third round of their scheduled 10-
CAPITOLIOiJIVOU ,0 I VICTORIA
liC' : I Me. 15c
Yardley s Scoring, Russell's
Rebounds Highlight NBA Play
THE SPIRIT or
, ST. LOUIS
with James Stewart
SHOOT OCT AT
with Alan Ladd
THE SEA CHASE,
with, Lana Turner"
Gold Prise $58.tf
-Wttii Van Heflln.
' ' Also:
with Audle Murphy
By. UNITED PRESS
George YardleyV drive toward
the league lead in scoring and Bill
Russell's record-busting rebound
ing are tne current maiviauai
highlight! in the National Basket
hill A mwn
Official figures disclosed todav
that the veteran Yardley of De Detroit
troit Detroit it scoring point at the rate
of 2S.T per game, three points bet
ter than any other player," and
may take over the total point lead
later uus week. -, -'
And Russell, the 1 556 Olympic
star playing nit first fall pro sea season
son season for Boston, set a, new league
record Saturday by grabbing 49
rebounds, including reeerd 17 in
one quarter and a. record 28 "in
sell stands sixth in scoring, second
in field goal accuracy, and fifth
in playmaking in a brilliant all-
around show. He now holds 16 sea
son, game, and arena records, al
though he's played only 59 games
in tne league.
Yardley is not the league'! total
point leader because he hasnt
played enough games. If be can
noid his present pace through
three games this week, however,
he will catch up to the leaders" in
games and go ahead of them in
Adolph -Schaves takes over the
total point lead with 279 aeainst
276 for Petttt. During the week,
Schayes pushed his career total to
10,252, topping the former leasne
record of 10,156 held by Georee
Leading the league in rebounds I Mikan and exceeds! nnl h the
with 26J per game to only 15.5 10,314 boasted by Ed Macauley of
for Bob Pettit of SL Louis, Bus- St. Louis.
SYMBOLIZES THB J0" C.Sf" 1
TOUGH OBFENSB f X 5-5)
A LEAGUE t I JfS I VT M.
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POMT THAU -N ITCiaaffrSv.
AMY OTMgg j i2 OtttSa
Sat. Sun. Mon.
"TAKES ITS PLACE: WITH
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ootball team Fill out the .following .WPJ"
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IDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1957 v i
CZ All-Star Football Team Ballot
" Vv"A""- VX;''3, N--. HB HA, UNUSUAL. QUfiJNIMG-
lAlong The Fairways
22 Cars Compete
In Sports Car
in finnrtav'n "ffTOKhana. BDonaor-
aH hv th Tflimlaii Bnorta Car
Club at Pacora (airstrip. ..This
was the largest ana most active
participation the club has ever
The program was divided Into
two events. Tne iirsi event re required
quired required skill of driver In close
quarters, such as parking In a
garage, turning a very tlgnt cir circle,
cle, circle, driving between up-rlght
with a minimum of clearance.
Player of the jear:-
Back of the year:
Lineman ot the year:
Voters signature: signature:-(Unsigned
(Unsigned signature:-(Unsigned ballofjj will n J) counted)
I i 3 Hi" i n (.-. "i
oh well Lane. If you must)' to they were seventh again, with 122,
IbasehiD rehobilitation. Frantic 256 And the resplendent pitching
Frank gets tmng Gone, impaueni isiaii on which uicj reuni b ci-
nri imiMfUOU. n mav DC OUI IT iur so wug ueg.iiuK m Juc.
I indecisive td., .static, .nevert
Tf Uunt tnA fanUttlC to SUE-
lif..t tht hv naminii Franlc Lane
las general manager of the Indians,
I the lake front metropolis nat sav
edT its franchise.. There were per- hamic cuit As a doctor to -uken
l.itnt vnmtfl nnw nrovei . to
have been, without foundationof
I shifting the ciuB. loiiowmg mis
year's wretched esultt
I StlU, tt COUIO nave ( nappenea,
That's the way', baseball tends to
orwratit m thaiw dVS Of fast buck.
I capital gaina ownership where
I there is aiway anomer amoumus
city fatuously eager td shovel out
taXDayer'a mdnej fof b'g league
I representatipn 1 1 f j i i
IiBaseDai' enromery w asu'ui'u asu'ui'u-Inf.
Inf. asu'ui'u-Inf. A city that la unwiUing to
.M.ri rnl -1nf?ii'fnr mana-
gement in sufficient 'numbers to
I insure proms r-f, iociinuier
must be prepared to lose its po position
sition position in the same, and Once lost-
such is the monopolistic nature
ef ,basebaU4t may never oe re regained.
have hai a. close shaveiand the
men who are Responsible for the
'conduct of "tha lab' trev there therefore
fore therefore to congratulated n a
resolute and understanding ac
tion. Other lactors may nave con con-4k.
4k. con-4k. tji hik vekfa :ixih'fllace
ifinish and proportionate i Jan wis-"
interest but a coiitinum? -''effi
Went, biimb,ling management had
fee the principal one 'v. u
This is a situation tni can noi
be remedied overnight The' '. In Indians
dians Indians have been losing vitality .and
naasl fof umi time now.' Last
year they were .seventh in : at-
not tall enough for the interna
Good and Lucky
WUim le KAwAUfV a ttt!1atlln that
Is admirably suited to Lane's dy
hiKa Ka lrnnura four annM1nfl. AnH
the fact that the Indians dropped
Into the second division .his year
widens rather than rev.i'icts his
opportunities. It's much less dif
ficult to make, deals for a non
contender han a contender... t
lace L,ane soectacuiariy ae.ons
trated when he took over the
White Sox front office."
had finished last, losing 101 games.
vvjtn ine comiorung imowieage
that no matter what he did there
had tn ha lmmnv(imit of aarfq.
Lane went all out for deals and
trades. How he presently put tne
club hack in contention and set
npiv Knv nffii, rernrdi it an oM
story but nonetheless remarkable
for its vintsge quality. 7,
All toia, m tne six. years ne
viae there, hnrrtps at taiavera came
and went Seme of his deals turned
out just line, utners were aua. tine
was plain lucky. ..the veteran
rarrhpr Aarnn Robinson for De
troit's Billy Pierce, then an obs
cure, scatter arm young teity, now
a piicning virtuoso. -But
that's pretty much the rou
tine Jilstory of trades, anyway
the Yankees' highly regarded
C,tiro Waia haa had hie full nharp
of busts. There Is no such thing
as an lniauioia juage 01 Daseoaii
ivory. Because of his incurable ad addiction
diction addiction it is surprising that Lane's
average is as impressive as u is
inch and lush r
Not all of the dealt Lane made
in tne two years ne was witn
the St Louis Cards had the stamp
of eenius and because' thev didn't
Gussie Busch, tb beer baron-owner,
imposed restraints. Confinement
aoes notmng tor ume a tree wneei-
inp tmnpramnt mA whan. C.lava.
land harknnM ha laanad.
we neanune is to nave a com
pletely rree nand out mere, and,
ft amirui naf aa M thmiM ha
Buich the brewer evidenced an
appallingly low estimate of the im importance
portance importance of a general, manager
when he- said that Lane's successor
would be on month-tv-month ba-1-
TVia aarnn d avanf whil also
requiring driving skill, was more
nnan and fh drivers were able
to acquire more apeed. While
accuracy was the- prime factor
. . it 4 1 1.1..
in scoring tor doui bteiiuj, uic
aanrlncr mo a nrl ft hflsls of time.
Five seconds was added to the
contestants time for eacn error.
Sunday also marked tne nrst
nnnun'i avant The Club had
surorlslnsr response when six
women decided to run me
enuraa nUhmich onlV t,WO ttartl-
cioated in the faster -'secbndl
event t f il -
Final jtositlonB were awarded
on the combined score of both
events' J-::''i ".'"'.,
First Robert Pearce, with
Mrs. Pearce actinsr as navigator,
driving a 1937 mua coupe.
Kacnnd rnvinarton With
Thomas acting as navigator,
driving a 1957 Austin-Healey.
Third A. Wischaar, with
Mrs. Wischaar as navigator, driv
ing a 1B53 Alia- nomeo super
In the women's event:
First Mrs. A. Wischaar. driv
ing a 1948 MGTC.
flarnnd Mm. R. HarveV.
driving a 1948 MGTC.
Second Mrs r. Harvey,
driving a-1957 Ford Consul.
We hope we win nave as good
. a A.
! Aiissb Cdnimillee
B3Sl ilopo FwiUSf
r SYDNEYi Australia (UP)-The
Vahed States'.; best hope for re-
gaining ue Davit cup irom w
tralia is the- selection committee
that will pick the Australian team,
according u u.a. piayer uaranar
Mulloy. : - s
They might leave out your best
nlavar." Mullov inkad in Austral
ian reporters 011 his arrival here
today, iney ve done it oeiore."
Wnllmr nrAirtmA that tha tTnitad
States will defeat the Philippines
aiauHMfftKlw' i it thaw nfttP.vAflA
au. : 1 : t V la. aT... :n. I tfat Vn T A ttm.vKmm t
while "tops". clay eourta, are the White Sox. In hU. first year tional match course: Winner, Sgt
. vt. a A .... .
wvuia dc on Dionin-ivmaoui Da- Jttircn ito. mjicuiw kibci
sis, adding that from now on this ot an center-fire matches; Winner,
was to be the club's fixed policy. 1. N. McKee 839 x Wu. High- et-
1TL1 . I w. :j i it.CmUk aWt. tr)
,taiea wni oereai ine tr nuippinea 1 aius m my uc uran saiu in pi-ipen, x. n.'umiii, oi w,
,comfortably' in the inter-zone que, for Lane, in spite of bad deals marksman, J. D. McAdams 736X
: f. 1 . aj.t.lJ. tv.. a mM I anil uiintin mtarrmi.a . . I Aru t
he moved the club from seventh K,
tional grass court game." to fourth, and this year he beat x 300; High experfT. Mi Cosper m une was cua aicef.wno
The U.S.-Philippines winner will out Bk'a to finish second. What J x Joor Hin wiarkiman, J. D. proved faa averaged with 088
meet Belgium m the Intenone fl- ir more, be got the fans coming McAdams 239-x 300. ? 7ci
..I. at Unahana Har 15.11.1 har& n tha nark In 'JI tha M.trh No. 8 Grand aJETe- DtStlU UC fSCt tfijt UliS
unraua m we cnai- inia year uiey oourxa u, we nwnj; .mn hpth, r gum
at Melbourne,- Dec doubt that Piel's would expect moe 1338 x 1500; Wen ttsrksrasn, J
' Ifrnm Kart and ttarrv. In MrArfiml 1245 X
Fuerzu y lux x
H, I. Homa
R. C. Ne-Hi
TSua laadinrr avatarAa C.nffav
193, Baker 'WO Nones 188, McLane
188 Cascio .'86.
Pan-Am Jsts 4 Lucky Strike 0
Pan Amarii-nn .lata, rait roituh
shod over the Lucky Strike Cigar Cigar-arfaa
arfaa Cigar-arfaa flnlv in the second name
'did they hav: a slight, scare, but
the Jets sun came out oy ii pins.
This tenner evening for the Jets
atrsntfthanod thoir hold On llfs:
place, because tncy plced up two
points over tne nearest rivais.
Tvarvnna at (ha Pan-American
Crew went over the 800 m a r k, j
and, as their names were nsien on
ihe' score sheet that is how they
finished. Carmen Cascio led off
with an even 600, Ted Albritton
in the second slot registered a 570,
, Joe ; Sullivan "Mting third came
up witfi 557 'and ..cleanup nan,
Mike mines witn 5Z4. ana ca
wande, anchorman was next with
For the Lucky Strikers, who
went down by 210 count in 'he to total
tal total pin column. Etrl Best was
highest with 523.
Seymour Agency 2
Poena y lux a
t tJuHv alarled the Seymour
Asanrv with a 2H5 same, hith for
the nftht, ond the Insurance A-
gents chalked tne nrsi game
tha in pnliimn bv 27 Dins. In the
second game Eal Cofley was he
pace setter wich 543 for .the Win Winning
ning Winning Seymours, by 26 pins. With
a ki m (i atAfirvir is.rin'? liikiii ill iito
face, the Fuerr.a y Luz Kilowatts
a response for the cjub's next called .upon their reserve -power
. ..a a. a I I t. .1. 4Vaa Wr ItMnlll'l' T V lift
event, wmcn win oe a scenic
road tour of Panama City and
the Pan American Highway
down as far as Chepo.; ;
tkalKMi. Inn ilnh'a i rXTntrakm
witAKw vi uu viui; m i v t v ia iv a
'pistol match was held Sunday the
4M A. t- ...a. ..! J
i(. except lor a-snvri penoa 01
rain which interrupted the firing
.1 .. ... ... i
oi me center-iire jai:or;ai maicn
course, good weather held through throughout
out throughout match. Awards were made as
follows '.v'4;, ."
Ualrh No! 1 .22 calihar na
tional match course; Winner, T.N.
Mc&ee zs x 3w; uign expert, Jr.
H. Smith, president of Cristobal
Gun Club, 280 oc 300; High marks marksman,'
man,' marksman,' J. D. McAdams ET2. Naval
Radio Station: summit, 27 x 300.
M,tK Kn 9 An(er-fira alum
fire match: Winner. f.N. McKee
1174 x 200; High exptrt. .' F. II.
smitiwi74 x alio; uign marasman,
J. D. McAdams 152. X 200.
MitKh Kn 3 pantpr.fira t)m-d
fire jnatch; Winner, iT N. McKee
195x200; Hign exnert M-Bgt.,x.
M. Cospef, Ft Kobley l77 x 200;
Hiah marksman. Sit. McAdams
181 x 200.
Match No. center 'ire rapid
fire match; Winner, I. N. McKee,
ltd v "XV) ttiffh (ivrt: t' Mc!l-
valne, vice-president Balbol Gun
Club 185 x .zuu ruga marxsmair,
J. D. McAdams. 169 X 200. -.
MatKh No. S' erfr-firi. "na
tional match course. Winner, IN.
MCKee 281 x duu; n'zr cxpttn, r.
ILSmRh 271 X 300;.Hish narks-
man, J. K. Beyers 71 x avo.
K. Baugh, Ft. Kote, 264 264
13-14. bac to the. nark. In '56 thet Matcn no. rrana aztrre-r ytspM u.
Intanma inm will maa Tarda ahflwd nt nrnfit nt tTTfl.lr.t.- Winner. I. N. McKee 138S X SOm Out OOWled the hiehCSt, the
'cup-bolding Australia in the chal-U. This year they doubled i. We 1500; 'Hih expert, F IL- SmithjR. C. Ne-Hi's had to offer they
, ID. McAdams 1245 x 1500,
and shocked the Seymours by 64
pins and earned a hard fought
Th two teaTis remained tied
lor second place, but both Inst
ground to the PAA Jets. The lai
policy holders for the Seymours
was Don Rudy wiin a neauny ow
and Bill Coffey insured his league
la.Hitis averaee with 635. The F
YL Kflowatts were not without a
standout of their own, with Jim
Davis having a power, house of
El Ranch 3 lurepea Furn. 1
The TA Ranch Gardena swaDDed
plocts with their opponents in the
lea cue standings, by reaping 3 to
rtnlv in (Via mlddla Same did
the European Furnitures furnish
enough maple- to win a point.
Then the aroused Kancnuoa went
to town by rolling -a 1000 .ame.
In the opening session the Euro
pean Furnitures came up wiin a
lowly 736 game.
TTnrt ha brmvn shirt El Itachos.
IIK Rlrhardann lad tha naroJe
with a 593. aad for the fast skid-
ding Europeas, Bob Toland tried
to stop tne skid wua ase.
R. C. Ne-HI H. I. Homa 1
. Firing their jinx scorekccpcr.
the R. C Ne-Hi's are making a
bid to climb out of the cellar, and
as a result of ,3 to 1 winning ver verdict,
dict, verdict, thav are onlv one nint away
from seventh spot.
Al Todd showed the way lor the
a.ft drink, bottlark with' 578 tOD-
ping bis teem mates, Al Kaelin
by ten, ana Bill Alien oy 12. sut
t was Bill Kamiton, Prexy of
summit Hills Golf Club, that show showed
ed showed p the whole league tor the
outing. Bill, promoted to anchor
man, did waat was expeciea gi
kiat 4 haviiic'B SSI aarie. in
which there was a 256 game. Next
dy 649, Davis 606, Coffet-5, Cas
cio 600. i. J
225 or Better Honor Hon Ja
mison 256,. Rudy 265. Richardson
235, Cofiey 243, -Davis 225.
15 NAVAL WOMEN LEAGUE
Ta.m. Vf L
Beachcombers 26i. 10
Rndmah Wring U 14
Navy Blue Devils
Beachcombers 3 MRU 1
After last week's disaster when
they nearly were washed out of
first place, the Beachcombers pull pulled
ed pulled themselves together and got a
firmer toe hold on that lead spot.
They were still shaky in tne open opening
ing opening game which they lost by 38
pins to the Army mkus,, dui
they then got r.usy comping me
bowling lanes and picked up the
next three points. 1
A" trio of the lady beachcombers
ntntrihntad mnre than the 5C quo
ta. Lena iBurchett, burnt arm and
all. had a 506, Bess !neppara a
513, and the Black shirted Heien
Glud topped with 315. fat n ii
and Thelma Miskell.of the MRU
had the-Most Registered UnitSi'
Pat 518i and Thelma 526.
' Albrook Flyers 3
Rodman Wrens 1
Notre Dame's upset victory over
Oklahoma had nothing on the Fly Fly-erettes
erettes Fly-erettes out of Albrook. The Wrens
were odds on favorites to whip
the Flyeretts and tne wrens naa
their eyes set on the too perch of
laae-iia standines. especially when
last week the Wrens took three
from the league leaders. So on pa paper
per paper the last place Flyerettes did
nnt tiava a pirns t ctl a chance. But
the game was rolled on wooden
lanes and not on paper, ann me
Flyerettes went flyin to Albrook
In a Jovial mood with three well
Gloria vasoues spearneau
,,nat hv r-ntninp through with 531.
The Wrens had two busy workers.
Judv Richards nested a son, ana
Shirley Sass went all out with a
big 554y best for the nignt.
W(h)ales 2 Blue Devils 2
tTara tvn ovanlv matched teams
pitched their kegling talents a-
eainst eacn otner, ana m me cuu
they were still evenly matched,
l ..... h cida tahhpd tWO
UCVMUBC CO. " .
Dints each. The snlit was esnerial esnerial-Iv
Iv esnerial-Iv Important to the Navy Blue
Devils, otherwise they would have
been delated to tne ceimr.
Betty Kellv and Myrt Mangles
teamed un for th iBlue Devils to
to save the day. Bettv clicked off
510 and Myrt 527. The Admirals
namesakes also had a twosome
that provided the strength Lehman
got her 502 the hard way, by hav having
ing having four strikes in a row in the
final innings of the tinal game.
The Blue Devils came out on top
in total pins Dy seven pins.
, NATIONAL DISTILLERY
' SPONSORED TOURNAMBNT
"Tlio final malr-lips of each flicllt
have been completed this week at
Gamboa Golf Cluf. rtie 1st ingni
winner was Peranlie over PeaV PeaV-ley.
ley. PeaV-ley. Guess the years of experience
show up even with the difference
of the handicaps.
The second flight winner was
Welborn over Scott. These two
men had just one stroke difference
and it looked like either could
This ,wcek will be the final
match now to see who is the
men's champion. Peranlie will
play with Welborn. There is a
seven stroke difference with the
favors going to Welborn. This
should be a good match to watch
as both are players with years of
Don't forget that on Sunday,
Mnv oi (hara will hp the nresent-
ation of all the National Distille
ry Products as prizes and will be
given out soon atier the match
has come In. The club will also
be offering a special chili lunch luncheon
eon luncheon for 35 cents for all members
so why don t you Join the crowds i
AMADOR WOMEN'S GOLF
Results of Ringer Tournament
tn the Rineer Tournament Jtnt
completed at Fort Amador Golf
Club, Ethel Perantie won low
gross with a three under par 65.
She carded six Wrdies but fr.led
to par 3 of the holes on the back
Low net int he first flight was
won by Bev Diifer with Marge
Sewell a cue second.
Zcl RatchePor won the seebnd
flight, but the second place win
'ner in this flight is still undeter-
mmeq s there was a four-way rle'
umAiia 'I ... NallA lilffan Pntia la-:.i
hel! AJitfuarei Hastings, and (:'lafv.
inosc gais win navs a cm-nee
to play two more games this week
! Ire.i1 tht iW.
In !if regular weeKi lourna-
ment held last Thursday; I r en e
Robinson clayed a nice Smooth -round
of golf, shooting an 81 to
win loW gi oss. Low net in tne first first-flight
flight first-flight was won by Bev Dilfei, with I
Sylva Carpenter placing second.
In the second flieht. La Nelle
Logan came in with low net and
Zel Batcheilor placed second Fv Fv-arvnna
arvnna Fv-arvnna found the ereena hard to
putt, but Jean Su livan managed
to get.oy witn out putts to win"
the putting pme.
The tournament for this week
will be medal play with S handi
BEARS LOS I INa" MILL
rmrinn trpS Harlna Hill.
star pass-catching end, will be los ;
to tne unicago tsears wnen iney r;
play the Detroit Lions next Sdn-;"
day because of a shoulder separa
tion. It was considered possible-""
that Hill could be sidelined foe the
entire season by the injury, ":
NFL CAME SOLD OUT
DETROIT (UP) Next Sun
day's National Football Leagi
game between the Lnicago Bears
and Detroit Lions is considered x
"guaranteed sellout" today afteafi
7,000 bleacher seats and grand. -.
stand locations behind poles were, t
sold in an hour and a half Mon- s
day morahig. . ..
It's time to step up to
Four Rosea Bourbon time is now
Don't miss another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
moothneas and richness of this
ama at amn a m am amiai tt.
Mraa m. mnu m imt, iim iu
It's time for
Four Roses Bourbon
AVAILABLE IN YOUR CANAL ZONE CLUB
CIA. CYRNOS S. A.
still dropped an points but one.
600 Elite Society Jamison 658, Ru
f "" 1 "JW""i -"u- "''J
"Something sibout that man..." m
Wr ; 1 -AaQLixst
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1500 tntn tested leading after
shave lotions. New Aqua VeWt
. with scent-pro longer M-10
won hands down.
A new skui-cooditiooer,
Humectin, "give your skin a. -drink".
. .' restores moistura
removed by today t closer.
sKin-parcnmg snavea. i ., v
New Acrua Verva refreshes ha
a new way cools without bit
' tingles without sting. Now at : -'-better
drug counters every o,1
where, 60 and $L c
, a b
akl WW W dlWWJbl
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIT. NEWSPAPER v;
, .v ... .k WEDNESDAY, NOVpiBEBJtO, W?
C LASS IF I E D S
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740 n
' TH'S SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0746
Genell Bliss Santa Clara Guest
Haul. Ovarlookt ecaah . sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by ahada trees... new
tun deck... private ttapi to
baacfi (2 min. walk). G ranga
and refrio,erator. . aecomme aecomme-dataa
dataa aecomme-dataa S. Playground (lighted at
night) barbecue, badminton,
pingpeng, archary etc. Your awn
bahio with hammocks on baach.
Currant rates. Navy 3812.
at Santa Clara Baach.
Smith. Balboa 3681
Fottar cottages and larga house,
ona mila past Casino. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ocoanaide Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phono Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1473.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homes, on
baach. Phono Thopmson, Balboa
FOR SALE OR RENT: Beautiful
chalet in San Francisco, two bed bedrooms;
rooms; bedrooms; Phone 3-6089.
FOR' RENT: Chalet in Miraflo Miraflo-res.
res. Miraflo-res. Call Decoracionea Roberto.
During office hours. 3-4904.
.After 6 p.m. call 3-6706.
roR RENT: Modern and com
fortable 2 bedroom house, next
to Madurlta buildlnr. El Can-
sreto: hotwaier coneeiions and t
hedraam alArondltloned. Rental
i2.10e monthlv. AbdW Wolff and
Comtwnv Ltd.. Jlt Street No. 3-
1, Tel. 3-99.
1 Or a
4th of July Ave. and "H" St.
y 4 Via Espana
Tel. 3-0383 I
3 1 1
&8&d to So
I9S0 OLDSMOBILE, 4-door
1949 OLDSMOBILE Coupe
1954 DODGE, 2-door Coronet ...
195 J HILLMAN Station Wagon ..
1 953 OLDSMOBILE, 4-door, Radio
195? POiNTlAC Hardtop
AGENCIAS COSMOS, S. A.
. AaUmb.Ue Sew Tel t-iltl
ATTINTICN. 0. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments. I
2 bedrooms, bat. cold water
Phona Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment 2 bedrooms, living-dining-room,
kitchen, bathroom, back
front porches, apply 45th Street
2-241 after 5:30 afternoons.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms,
porch, dining and living room,
maid's room, garage. Bella Vista
Colombia St. No. 44-17. Infor Information
mation Information same building. Apt. "P".
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment acroancd, military inspect inspected'.
ed'. inspected'. One an two bedroom. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: At Tony's El Patio,
good space for chow. 36 E. 15.
On Way To Confer
With Morocco King
TUNIS, Nov, 20 (UP) Tuni Tunisian
sian Tunisian President Habib Bourguiba
left here by plane today tor a
two-day conference with Moroc Morocco's
co's Morocco's King Mohammed V In hopes
of promoting an end to the Al Algerian
gerian Algerian war.
The two Arab leaders are ex expected
pected expected to renew their stands in
favor of full Algerian indepen independence
dence independence from France and may is
sue a call for round-table talks
between Morocco, Tunisia,
1 Torino. orH 4 IfTfiri qti reHel lpa
"We hope that this meeting
Will bring on the ioases of North
North African unity and bring
on the day when Algeria can
participate freely in this un!ty
as a sovereign state," Bourguiba
declared as he boarded his pri private
vate private plane.
He said such a development
"would be in the interest of the
North African people ana In the
interest of understanding with
France and all justice and liber liberty
ty liberty loving people."
Made For Hobby
Instruct The Blind
WESTOVER AIR FOCE BASE,
Mass. (UP) Sightless persons
in 10 states are .learning about
the iet age because of an a i r r-mfli's
mfli's r-mfli's hobby o" tape recording.
T. Sgt. Jerome B. Kmiecik, 28,
o' New Waverly, Texas, makes
30-minute recordings of jet plane
sounds to let 'ess fortunate per persons
sons persons in on the marvelous era of
Kmiecik, a B-52 fnel nhase in instructor
structor instructor with the 207th Field
Training Detachment of the Stra Stra-teeic
teeic Stra-teeic Air Command here, walks
around the huge B-52 bombers, I
describing at each point the fea features
tures features of the big plane. This gives
b'ind persons the "feel" o' the
aircraft as it stands Jn the air airfield,
field, airfield, ready at a moment's notice
It was the Springfield Associa Association
tion Association of the Blind which promoted
the-airman to bring the world of j
aviation into homes o! the sight sightless.
The tape recordings include the
actual sounds of the B-52's which
Kmiecik describes as "panatel'a
cigars with drooping wings."
Curtains & Drapery
f savk vni:i An tvim niu a mm
INTfc'RhAI. flh l IKI If Af'lriV t-'D lun
RARiin-Nn A si" Kriwi a unitRibnkt i.w . n. run
KARMACIA LUX -IM Central Avenue
VAN-PFR-JIS-SO Street No MKM4CM r.L BATtJRBO Vriqd Lafevro 1 treat a) FAKMACLA "f Al" Via Terras 111 MOVED ADES TH1 -(he
Btlli Vbta Ttaeatro. CfIXNl Central Avenue 12.161 Tel. 43J ,J .t
FOR, SALt 1956 Chevrolet
station wagon, low mileage, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Call Navy
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
Belvedere 4-door, stawagon fully
equipped 1949; Pontiac 4-door
Sedan, first class Inside oi.
Topnotch mechanically and ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. Quarters 9.' Quarry
Heights. Tel. 82-2209.
FOR SALE: 1956 Cadillac
Sedan $3600. No trades. After
4:30 Qtrs. 2140-D. Curundu,
FOR SALE: 1955 Studebaker
Regal Commander V-8, 5 pass,
cp. A-1 shape. Days Ph. 83 83-2l73evenings
2l73evenings 83-2l73evenings Ph. Albrook 6224.
TSgt. L. J. Peters.
FOR SALE: Beautiful 1956
Plymouth Sedan, standard shift,
many extras $1495.00. Fort Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 3103. Qrta. 177.
FOR SALE: New 1957 Fiat.
Only 2700 miles. Telephone
Quarry Heights 2278 or 2176
FOR SALE: f 957 Oldsmobile
88 Holiday Coupe. Fully equip
ped. Consider smaller car as
trade. Phone 87-3217 Ft. Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. FOR SALE: Station wagon
Chevrolet 1955 duty paid. Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-6105.
VOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-es,
es, callous-es, Injrrown toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc
J Armemena Ave J3-4S
1. 1. 111111
PANAMA o COLON
Gibraltar I tie Ins Co.
soi rates and Information
Tel Panama ?-0552
155 Central Ave.
SAN JOSE EXCURSION
Nov. 28 Dec. 1
All Expense Tour-for $65.00
Fruit Pest Raised
4$ 'Guinea Pig'
GENEVA, (UP) A na
tive i ritit nest is being cultivated
here by Cornel' University scien scientists
tists scientists for use ai f'guinea pig" in
screening new pesticides.
Cooperating'' fit "the project at
the State Agricultural Experiment
Station are research-minded grow growers,
ers, growers, who provide the station an annually
nually annually with a big supply of small
green apples thinned out as un unmarketable.
marketable. unmarketable. The scientists discovered the ap ap-oles
oles ap-oles are ideal food for developing
both larvae and adults of the
nlum curcu'io. a harmful pest. A
bushel of apples, they found, will
nrovide su'ficient 'ood for 10,000
larvae, assuming five larvale to
an apple. t ;'
By means of an Ingenious "trap
! nest technique, the scientists are
able to keep exact egg-laying rec records
ords records -on individual females and de determine
termine determine the lethal nlosage of a
pesticide required to kill the in insect
sect insect be'ore egg-laymg gets we'-
! under way.
According to a report fa the sta station's
tion's station's quartery,- thi method o"
rearing the plum curculio and
ieslinj insecticides is proving hlgh hlgh-7
7 hlgh-7 advantageous. ..U 1
"'' ; .' ' i"1' "i i f ,tr i 'it ' I V V'-'
aimum n m
9 I ni .-... viiVia-.im1
at HOUNP.Hni.ri rtrutm.F I fa da
TROPELCO S. A. SPECIAL OF-
FER. Gas stoves, washing ma machines,
chines, machines, refrigerators and televl-
' sion sets 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: Washing machine
Kenmora, fully automatic, per perfect
fect perfect running condition. Call Al- -brook
FOR SALE) Norge automatic
washing machine, 1956 model.
Webcor High Fidelity tape
Recorder; Both 60 cycle. Call
Squirrels Of US Are
Cosily Problem For
CHICAGO (UP) The nibbling
on telephone cables, bv sauirrels
not only nas cost the Illinois Bell
Telephone Co. a lot of money, but
it also has presented a Dernlexing
The rodents have been taking
great delight in nibbling the lead
sheathing of telephone cables,
piercing the protective covering,
thus making short circuits possible.
Reairing the damage done by
the squirrels cost the company sev several
eral several thousand dollars every year,
not counting the inconvenience to
In an effort to solve 1he pro
blem, the company .enlisted the aid
of the department of wildlife ma management
nagement management of the University of
Some of the experts at the 'ini-
versrty thought that only preg
nant squirrels nibbled he lines
because of a taste for lead. Others
thought that a dietary deficiency
was the reason because the cables
had a salty content.
But the researchers finally con
cluded that squirrels gnawed just
1 U .. I ;
uetause nicy eujuyci; n. 3
The telephones company" tried
putting metal .shields arouqd'Jiole
and cable where squirrels were tiO tiO-merous.
merous. tiO-merous. However, the little rodents
proved to be just as smart 'and
started attacking only the poles
Coating the cables with asphalt
worked pretty well except that it
was expensive and the coating
wore off in a few months.
The only sure remerly. the com company
pany company found, was to wrap the cables
in a wire mesh cloth. This method
has been working fine. But it's
Needs Young Men,
KANSAS CITY UF) It will be
a sad day when horses have to
go barefooted in the United Slates,
And that probably whaf will
happen before long, said Sill Coons
of Linwood, Kan. unles some young
men enter the blacksmith trade
Coons, a 46,-vear-old smith, trav
els in East. Kansas, shoeing horses
by appointment only. For 33 years
he's been doing the same job and
15 years of, that ime was spent in
: t. 1 T. J jr
apprenucesuip in r.1 wrauo, ivaii.
Coons said there are a lot of be beginners
ginners beginners trying to hoe horses.
"But," he added, "none of them
have enough experience to do a
In this modern age of science,
even the engineering experts have haven't
n't haven't invented a horseshoeing ma machine.
chine. machine. There are still no substitutes
for a strong right arm and an otd
anvil on which the shoes are shap shaped.
But there have been some
changes,' Coons pointed out, such
as an elecric forge Instead of a
bellow-fanned fire to ; heat the
Coons Has shod every, kind of
horse from v a Clydesdale to thor thoroughbred.
oughbred. thoroughbred. And it takes an expert
to know which of the 130 varieties
of horseshoes to use for tach cus customer.
tomer. customer. ? '-:-"""."'';
Nor ii the trade lust a maner of
brawn. Psychology aljo enters into
Coons' business, r-v ; 'v V
A hors will ; know u you re
afraid of him and react according
ly," he said. "You're got to treat
each one differently. Just like peo people."
ple." people." . itii.-i--'
For boys undecideo on a trade,
Coon has a word of advice.
"If a young lellow wouM take up
the business and itick with it, ha
had make a jood livine. Us old old-timers
timers old-timers arent going to be arom.d
much longer. v'
Corner "IT. Jk Oarlen SL
-tt vim imui r iddbdi a
A ... it a. I AfWnrt ImsuirV-IU
Movirv a.. vhMH aj. a iiBUirii cxi Anna iiNirnrfl.l4 Central Ave
la Ona Ave. No. 41 a FOTO DOMV Jniilo
FOR SALE; Hermes typewriter
$7.00; 60-cycle automatic Hot Hot-point
point Hot-point washer,, reasonable; Kirk
sterlini silver flatware "Repoui "Repoui-aaV
aaV "Repoui-aaV pattern. Tel. Curundu 4141.
FOR SALE: 2 Philce air-conditioners.
Eaeh 4 ton, 60 cycle.
.Used only few months. Telep Telep-phone
phone Telep-phone Ft, Amador 521 1 from
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 .m. W
FOR SALE: Grech trombone
good condition, 20 St., Central
Avonuo No. 5-69. Apt. 17.
FOR,. SALE. Savo money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"xl2"
, S 12". They are economical, light
and do not track, $123.20 per
thousand.. Clayco t Alfarerie, S.
A., Via Espafia No. 17-40.
FOR SALE: Good food at Tony
Friedman's. II Patio 36 E. No.
mm, FROM THE PLUS BLUE mountains finds Hcrway work work-lg
lg work-lg with a mob-f of gangsters inf the. fihantylancf Pool Hall'
Lunchroom" In a ceneom"Mrs. McThlng.openlne; tonight
at the Jadwin';;Theater, Ft.- Clayton: --Carolyn Southwell and
Frank. Todd are the actors. Curtain rises at 8 p.rqy t
l isrer n
By TREVOR SIMONS
If the Canal Zone Athletic De
partment Is interested in the Im
provement of competitive sports
among the local high schools and
Junior College" there are several
good moves they could make,
based on experience gained after
numerous seasons of merely
watching the sports go by. The
Physical Education Department
is a part of the entire C.Z. school
system and as such we must as assume
sume assume that they are just as in interested
terested interested in, Jr. College and Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High as they are in Balboa
So If such is the case why do
the football players from C. Z.
Junior College have to motor all
the way to Diablo to get In their
not-too-frequent practice ses sessions?
sions? sessions? The" College students In Invariably
variably Invariably have lab classes that
last until five o'clock and for
other various and sundry rea reasons
sons reasons covering their scholastic ac activities
tivities activities are unable to get in
many, if any, practices with the
entire team present.-
To sort of equalize this situa
tion it would seem nothing less
than loelcal that Balboa High,
with more time on their harlds,
be banished to Diablo and Coir
lege be given the more accessi accessible
ble accessible practice field; or, if more de desirable:
sirable: desirable: whv not allow the ju
nior College gridders the use of
the playing jjeld at Balboa Sta Stadium
dium Stadium and free use of the lights i
for late practices whenever pos possible.."
sible.." possible.." '
Another regulation that works
directly against the conditioning
of College 'is the ruling that sets
up a date for all three school,
teams to begin practice. Balboa'
High, with their multitude oi
material, can use liberal substi-i
tutlons until their first string
are in mid-season form. Cristo-
hai Hiirh und Darucuianv wr.
College have to be ready with
their first, string ouuiv m
same time allocated to Balboa
Hieh and neither of the two have
the ample substituting power
that enables tired, not quite
ready playersN to get r frequent
Why not throw the atarting
aorav nH allow the COaCheS
of all three teams to be the best
Judges of when their teams
should start-getting ready? Jr.
College was oniric beginning
to get llnto. mid-season form
when the season came to an ena.
With regard to the CHS, BHS
situation youll heaf the usuai
holler that Balboa actuauy nu
a roster of four flayers less than
did Cristobal. This, of course, is
nonrense and none are more -ware
of how false are these fig figures
ures figures than the powers that be at
Balboa. Balboa selected their S9
nlpvers from more than 108 can
didates and consequently hve
full roster of capable perform
variarwtaf iifMi M. it a) A
I rarMuulllM A PARMACM LfJM
Arasemene Ave. and 33 FARM ALII
Boats & Motors
FOR SALa: 2 1 -ft. cabin cruis cruiser
er cruiser "Viroca't No. 1060 'with'
Chrysler U5-hp. engine. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition. For further Infor Information
mation Information call Panama 2-1840 or
contact Prime at Balboa Yacht
FOR SALE: Rio Abaie 520 M2
lot. .Excellent position. Tel. 3 3-2208.
2208. 3-2208. A. Guardia.
Florida's finest Trailer Sites
beautifully wooden, BO by
100 feet. Payable $20 Cash and
$20 monthly. Famous Panama
City Gulf Resort' Area. Excellent
hunting, fishing, all sports. Also
Lovely Wooden Homesites low
prices, easy terms. Booklet FREE.
David Wood, Fountains, Florida.
ers while the Tigers welcomed
with open arms all who showed
up for football ... even t!he lit little
tle little 85-pounders.
I am not too familiar with the
manner in which equipmentIs
anotted to tne tnree Canal Zone
schools, but it is no secret that
Balboa High boys were Jssued
two sets of uniforms while Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal and Jr. College struggled
through with a single set. If this
be the case in other basic equip equipment
ment equipment requirements "itfis little
wonder that the Bulldogs always
have an advantage prior to the
opening of the season. if -.
Here is a itouchy subject that
is liable to bring the wrath of
many upon my head. Balboa
High, In addition to the coaches
that run the team, have another
full-time coach whose job it is
to conduct .intramural football
leagues. That is to say, he gets
the young Junior High School
boys ready for their future years
of varsity ball. Small wonder,
then, that the freshman and so
phomore players at Balboa High
allow tne Bulldogs much more
talent than are allowed the Ti
gers at Cristobal.
The cristooai junior men
players get approximately oile
week of trainingi alter, football
has been completed ana coacn
Moser readies these youngsters
for a crack at the varsity Iresh-
mem Why cannot Cristobal have
the full-time services of a coacn
whose iob. amonar other things,
would'be to train the 31. High
student so that we at Cristobal
can have Ho less than do Balboa
when these boys get into. High
These suggestions are Intended
along the lines of "constructjve
criticism" Jjut I expect that there
are those who will take violent
objection to the proposals made.
However, I do not Intend to let
up on the subject, for I feel that
what I suggest Is no less than
what la needed -In the .school
We have had and do have now
some excellent coaches, but cer certain
tain certain unfavorable situations, some
intended and others uninten
tional have caused the loss oil oil-some
some oil-some good ones. Let's keep our
opponents on the playing field:!
Bcea inca.ua ui.unprvriuK -ius
l M 1 . I A
overavu. auiicuc niciuri' w iut
satisfaction f all 's'
'POLICI ROUT MARCHERS
PARIS (UPV- Two hundred vet-
blocked the entrance to a Paris
erans of the ..French Resistance,
blocked the entrance,, to Paris
theater where a play by ab exe
cuted World War II collaborator
5 'nday night,
was being presented S
Truckloads of police d
"Tb Quren of Cejaree" by Rob-
ert Erasillack ttartetf I
; ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS ''
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
10X 121 K CRISTOBAL. CX
Loans under personal guarantee,
mortages en houses, under cons-
rruction. Information V'LJbreria
Ferguson; Phono 2-0091.
3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5. waxing of -cars
$6.' Auto-Bano, Trana-hth-mian
Highway near Sean.
WANTEP TO BUYh-Praetie.
piane, moderate price. Phone
Navy 2521 after 4 p.m.
WANTED TP BUY: Wachero
Constantin anal Philip, Pateck
watch, -also Silver ware for 12
persons. Reostvelt Hotel, Apt. :
101 Sr. Octavio. ;.4.Vl j
LOST: Eating at Tony's. El Pa Patio,
tio, Patio, 36 E. 15, remember? Tony
4 christian DOWN
, AndeMin ; 1 i Roman date
8- panroti vsaSinger,
12 Dangerous ;$t SWitli
IS Wing laws
14 Toward the Hemmed
.!.." sheltered side .Jrr
15 Greek letter Landed
lnowera ; SF.I
18 Confidential 7 Defeat at
20 Jungle beaaU fj" city
wiiu.m. 10 Incline
, v Gluck
JO T arm machine
L 32 More costly,
14 Group of nfne
S6 Lawyer (ab.).
40 Moral wrong
49 Civic club
51 Knock lightly
82 Bobby Burns
S3 Sword used
j ; In fencing
94 Biblical high
' priest v ;
55 Old. Father
1 1 inierior
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' 4-door, Radio, FDM ,
1 953 PONTIAC, Hardtop, ;
' Radio, 8 Cyl., W.S.W.
1952 CADILLAC Convertible
4-door, Radio, W.S.W.
STUDEBAKER Golden Hawkw-,-
2-door,' Radio, W.S.W. .
'1950 CHEVROLET Convertible, Radio
l t ..." i
1953 MERCURY Convertible
Radio, 2 Tone, W.S.W;
Radio, W.S.W, 2
BUICK, Hardtop, -. f.
Radio, 2Ton, W.S.W..rr..'.V.i." f,395.00
FAST FRIENDLY; Fl NANCINC
4 V. r Visit
.! : AUTO
PANA3IA 3 7010
FOR SAl)E: Srlneers Spaniel
female spayed all shots. Pa.
nama 3-4620. .-- V
FOIL SALI-Coekor SpanM
dos. Mariano Aroaamena Na.
39, Apartment No. 3, Move "La
V1J-M- ffk 4 1
Vida". Dru Store.
USO Pd Week
: -' ,.o i.;
USO Pal Week Will be observer!
at the, Cristobal -,,.YMCA-TT3n
starting today. , Events planned
for the week include the follow following
ing following events and activities.- ,
Wednesday, Nov.. 20, 7:30 pin.
pop Corn and Dance.'
luuraunj, jti,-:.;au p.m.
USO pal bay Rotarv Club
Meetiner. 7:00 p-tn. Pluhge ar arty
ty arty at Ft. Pavls with USO Junior
Hostesses. '- ,.v'";.V.'
- Friday. Nov; 22 Onen Hmisn
All Day. 8 : 00 p.m. pal Day
Dance at Ft. Davis: V
Saturday, Nov.: 23. B:flO ri.m
Pal Day Dance -t the YMCA-
Sunday,,, Nov. 24, 8:30 a.m.
Java Club. 9:30-10:30 a.m. Pal
Day at Churches. 10:00 a.m.
Picnic witfr GSO Girla to Ft.
Kobbe Beach.. 7:00 p.in. Hospi Hospitality
tality Hospitality Hour, and Dance at ymca.
Aniwer to Previous Puizle
RlElP U. 6 T B E E AIRII-iy
sssiIt Aisiaif k
25 Season of
28 Repose v :
29 Table scrape
3 Essence '
- 38 Get away
41 Clio was
43 Points. I
44 Type ef boml
Tona m.va ; j ;i 975.00
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MfOVfS PANAMA AJfiWAYS
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4 M Suan' Show
4: TRADING POST
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80 Zoo Pared
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:0 Thai I Your Life
1:30 Danceraua Aaaianment
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House Appropiations Group Arriving
Tomorrow For Official Visit To Zone
Rep. Fred Marshall, of Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, Chairman of the House
Appropriations Committee, and
two members of his commi'Jtee
will arrive in the Canai Zone
tomorrow for a two-day offi official
cial official visit to the Canal Zone.
Marshall is scheduled to ar arrive
rive arrive at 9:45 p.m. by air while
Reps. Carl Anderson of Minne
sota and Ben Jensen, of Iowa,
are due to arrive at 2 p.m. a
board the Panama liner Cristo
In addition to the three Con Congressmen
gressmen Congressmen the official 'party will
the House Appropriations Corn-
include Ross Pope, a member of
On Friday morning, the mem members
bers members of the group will be taken
by air on an inspection trip of
Gaillard Cut and the- site of the
proposed high-level, bridge over
the canal at Balboa.
At 9:30 a.m. Friday, the mem
bers of the committee will dis
cuss Canal capacity, problems in
the model room at Diablo
Heights with Gov. W. E. potter,
Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold, and
members of the Canal staff.
The group Is scheduled to leave
the Isthmus by air Saturday
afternon for south America.
Also due to arrive here on
the Cristobal is Rep. David S.
Dennison, of Ohio, member of
the Post Office and Civil Serv
ice Sub-Committee, accompa- 'nrr-ntatives of the U S
nied by his wife. civil Service Commission, De-
Dennlson will be joined here ,ik 0i State representa-
3unday by Rep. John Young, oi Jives, and at least one retiresen-
Texas, chairman of the Sub-itative from the Department of
cummiuee, aria ouier mmcuers ueiense.
of his party who are arriving
here by air at 5:30 p.m.
Accompanying Young will be
Rep. Robert W. Hamphill, of
South Carolina; Ralph J. Scott
of North' Carolina; staff mem-
High Speed Wrecks
Express; 2 Killed
DAMAGED GENERATOR SHAFT which has caused power in interruptions
terruptions interruptions in Panama City was. termed today by one engineer
to be a very "unusual" case. He said it was the first time in
45 years that he has ever seen this time oi damage. A frac fracture
ture fracture of lour metallic rings. in the shaft put the j6000-kilowatt
generator out of service.
Capital City Asked To Save Electricity,
Avoid Shutoffs; Main Generator Damaged
Power rationing in Panama City depends upon the cooperation received from residents
In cutting their consumption of electricity, a spokesman for the Fuerza y Luz (Power and Light)
Co. paid today, N
For the last five days, power interruptions have been occurring daily in the city due to
erious damage of .the main shaft of a generator in the company's plant in San Francisco
" we are making repairs as fast as we can," the spokesman stated today, "but it really
depends upon the people cooperating."
He said they were asking residents to curtail their electric consumption at all times
iLi am to 10 nm.. but especially from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Jrota 9 a.m. to l V-" ..' ihfl nvur. various intervals in different sectors
The company wui vuuuuuc -
unless tnere is a mmeo My.c. b......r
hai been reduced bv half, since, to indicate which areas will be
the damage occurred on Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The company reported that
four metallic rings which kept
the shaft from slipping from the
generator cracked. Engineers
hnvp heen working around-the-
clock on emergency repairs
which are expected to take about
They are preparing a schedule
of the city,
"So far people seem to be co cooperating,
operating, cooperating, the spokesman stat stated,
ed, stated, "we are watching pur meters
carefully." The plant's capacity
To the Public
Because of last night's fire
the Central Theater will
not be able to show its
previously-anonunced pro programs.
grams. programs. These will be trans transferred
ferred transferred to the Lux Theater,
begining tomorrow with
"The Unholy Wife"
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today.
1 prenared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographir
Branch of the Panama Caflal
Hi eh 93
(max. mnh) NW-14
RAIN (inches) 0
(inner harbors) 83
THURSDAY, NOV. 21
Demos Would Win
Election Now, Bevan
Says; US Friendly
SOUTHAMPTON, England, Nov.
20 (UP) Labor leader Ancurin
Bevan said last night on his re return
turn return from a U.S. lecture tour he
thought the Republicans would be
defeated if an election were held
Asked what he thought the U.
S. reaction to a Bri'isT Labor
Party victory would be he 5aid:
"I think it would he very friend friendly.
ly. friendly. If there was an election in the
United States, I think the Re Republicans
publicans Republicans would be defeated, there therefore
fore therefore there would be a closer ap
proximation between tne policies i
of a Democratic government am;
a T.ahor government in Britain.''
"Everywhere I found great
friendliness towards Britain, he
said. "I also found in men in all
walks of life a disposition to
think it would be a good thing
if there were more leadership
from here rather than from the
Asked about reaction in the
States to recent world events he
said, "the Americans were rather
shattered at first (by Russia's
earth satellites) until they got
back to a more composed state
affected, and at what
should further rationing
Three Zone Towns
For Civil Defense
SOON ... IT WILL BE ... 3 : 10
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The Civil Defense Volunteer
Corps in three Latin American
towns elected officers for the
year 1958 at their November
meetings. All towns agreed to
hold combined Christmas parties
and installation of officers in
Officers elected at Rainbow
City, were: Zone warden Mrs.
Mabel Anderson; Asst. zone war wardenMrs.
denMrs. wardenMrs. Verona McDonald;
first aid warden Mrs. Idalia
Richard and secretary Miss Be
Their installation Christmas
party will be held on Dec. 14 at
7:30 p.m., in the Music Room of
the Rainbow City School.
Officers elected at Santa Cruz,
were: Zone warden Mrs. Ruby
Wilson; Asst. zone warden Mrs.
Ortence Critchlow; first aid war wardenJulian
denJulian wardenJulian Wynter and secreta
ryMiss Elena Wynter.
Their installation will be held
at the Santa Cruz Service Cen Center
ter Center on Dec. 12 at 7:30 p.m.
paraiso officers elected were:
Zone warden Mrs. Inez McKen-
zie: Asst. zone warden Mrs. L.
C. Oakley; first aid warden Mrs.
Claudette Sawyers and secretary
Miss Almena Marshall.
Their Christmas Installation
party will he held on Dec. 17 at
7:30 p.m., in the music room of
the Paraiso High School.
Medford. Mass., Nov. 20 (UP)
Railroad and union officials agreed
today that a passenger tram that
hurtled off the tracks yesterday
killing two persons was going too
But there was disagreement over
whether warning signs about the
temporary restricted speed area
were in place. Twenty-three per persons
sons persons were injured in the wreck
but none were in serious condi
Boston and Maine Railroad au authorities
thorities authorities said flatly the cause of
the Montreal-to-Boston Red Wing
Express' derailment early yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, was "Excessive speed in a res restricted
tricted restricted speed aiea."
W. Paul Dugan general chair
man of the B .iad M local of the
Locomotive Firemen and Engine Engine-men's
men's Engine-men's Union, agreed that the train
was traveling about 60 miles an
hour but maintained that warning
posted were not in their place.
The first of the tram'g twin twin-diesel
diesel twin-diesel engines plunged off an 11 11-foot
foot 11-foot embankment to the street
when it failed to negotiate a small j
curve onto the temporary tracks
being used during repairs to the
The second engine followed the
first and smached into Jie side
of a warehouse. Give mail cars
and two of the Red Wing's four
passenger cars were also derail derailed.
ed. derailed. About 350 passenger were a a-board
board a-board the illfated train.
Formal public hearings to be
conducted by the members of
this committee will start Mon Monday
day Monday at 2 o.m. in the Balboa
Theater, following a briefing
session scheduled for 10 a.m. in
the board room of1 the Adminis Administration
tration Administration Building; at Balboa
The hearing. will be resumed
Tuesday at 10 a.m.. and will con continue
tinue continue until noon. The commit committee
tee committee will attend a management
review in the board room at Bal
boa Heights Tuesday afternoon.
A final two-hnnr nesslnn of
public hearings will be held bv
me members of this committee
Wednesday afternoon from 2 to
4 p.m. in the Balboa Theater.
Chairman Younff and his rjar-
ty are scheduled to leave the Ca
nal Zone Saturday morning.
Nov. 30, by air while Dennison
will return to New York aboard
the Panama liner, sailtnir the
I ne formal heannes to be held
by this subcommittee will per
tain to matters relatine to per
sonnel activities in the Canal
Zone. The groun will take testi
mony on legislation already be before
fore before the House to implement the
agreement or the 1955 'Treatv
-j jt i i
wiwi respect to nersonnei nrae
tlces In the Canal ZZone.
Reqd stdry on page f t
Rembn Trial Mdchiriegur
To Be Fired in Balboa
ih. machmegun. iw which' it it claimed Presfdent Jose Remon wa assassin
ed is to t test-f.red at the Balboa police station this afternoon. v; ; ;, r"
A team )0f ballistic, experts, including Canal Zone police Sgt. Jack F. Morris!
ha been est aH nn hv k ms 'uldST ..... o .... mwt l
" I. V7 k" ueciae wnexner bullets found at Pacora this wee!
were fired from this 9 mm SchmeJsser submachinegun
, iIh'J!aCOr bU"e!f er th4 POt at which defendants Luis E. Tela
i. CT'l Con",8aid machinegun was test-fired In Septem
' t! u the ,0'd t 'cl wsassin Ruben O. Mirp for $150.
Bfl,b P rT 'u.Ten !hot dow" ' t examined at thj
, .v f,.,B,ir, equipment than available In Panama; The de
fense ha. Aurt. .hirt Indicate Remon' was hot from 'point:
b ank ranee, rathar than frnm An . v
, looi. as ciaimea py the prosecution. i- f; ;
it. is not planned that the sev
en accused persons In the a-ssas
sination' trial" will be taken Into
the Zone. rr
, However; Judge Angel vltelio
ae Gracia, the eight jurors, and
prosecuting and defense attor attorneys
neys attorneys are expected to be' present
ror we uanai zone tests.
The other experts jvho will
work with Morris are Luis C
Gonzalez, ballistics, expert of
Panama's secret PoUce, -and
Juan de Dios Poveda, -iormer
cmer or Panama detectives.!
The trial was stalled for most
of the morning today while the
court waited for Morris, and
Morris waited in Balboa police
siaiion ior a can irom the court.
It was noon before this silent
confusion was resolved,
Tejada, who at first Identified
tne mm. scnmeisser subma
cninegun,. introduced as the
murder weapon by the prosecu
tion. testified In court1 durin
the 31-day-old trial that he was
not allowed to touch the murder
weanon when lt was shown to
him during the' Investigation.
xne former cadet also testified
that the weapon he sold Mir6
was an 8 mm. submachlnegun
which he had smuggled out of
Jive bullets were found Mon
day afternoon when the whole
court and the defendants went
to Pacora. and, with- the aid of
the National Guard, searched for
tne buiiets m a driving rain,
Eight more "bullets iwre
found yestez&ay bp the Na
tional Guard with defenfe at at-torney
torney at-torney Jto l'.. ,mnriqnet and
court secretary Arnoldo Cano
a witnesses, -while the judge
and members of the jury took
advantage of the day off to
bathe in the Pacora river.
It is not considered likelv that
the trial will be resumed until
Girls 5, Boys 3
Will Be Transferred
To Miami For Probe
KEY WEST, Fla., Nov. 20
(UP) Federal agents who seiz seized
ed seized SI heavily armed rebels just
before they mbarked on an
"invasion" of Cuba expected to
transfer most of them today to
Miami, where a grand iury al already
ready already is probing activities of
The rebels were arraigned late
yesterday before U.S. commis commissioner
sioner commissioner William V. Albury here
and bond was set at $1,000 each
for all except Cesar Vega of Mi Miami,
ami, Miami, evidently the leader of the
aborted attack on the Cuban
.None of the rebels, who num numbered
bered numbered 29 Cuban citizens and two
U.S. citizens from Puerto Rico,
was able to raise bond and au authorities
thorities authorities said those unable to
post the "money today would be,
sent to Miami
Federal agents, led by customs
agent W. B. Lankford, pounced
on the .expeditionary force at S
a.m. yesterday at Piney point on
Big Pinke key, about 30 miles
north of here.
Along with the rebels, author authorities
ities authorities seized rifles, sub-machine
guns, an anti-tank gun, knives,
uniforms and medical supplies
and munitions stacked aboard
the 33-foot yacht Phllomar U on
which the force was to set sail
and which was impounded. 1
On Nuclear Engines
Up 67 Per Cent
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Atomic Energy Commission
reported today that It spent $86, $86,-700,000
700,000 $86,-700,000 on nuclear engines for mis missiles
siles missiles and aircraft m fiscal 1957.
This was a 67 per cent increase
over the previous year.
It did not say how the money
was split between nuclear rocket
engines and atomic propulsion of
aircraft. But a sharp rise in out outlays
lays outlays for plant facilities indicated
that research and development ex expenditures
penditures expenditures in these fields would
continue to climb.
Construction costs jumped from
$2,400,000 in fiscal 1956 to $6,200,
000 in fiscal 1957 which ended
June 30. This was a 158 per cent
The AEC's financial report for
fiscal 1957 did not disclose what
new plants or laboratories were
hing built for development ofnu ofnu-clear
clear ofnu-clear rocket engines.
It was known, however, that test
facilities were being built m Ne Nevada.
vada. Nevada. The AEC's weapons labs at
Livermore. Calif., and Los Ala
mos, N.M., are doing nuclear
Total rocket-aircraft spending In
fiscal 1957 was greater than the
total for .research and develop development
ment development on nuclear engines for sub submarines
marines submarines and Navy surface craft.
The naval engine total was $79. $79.-100,000,
100,000, $79.-100,000, an increase of 63 per cent
over fiscal 1956.
The AKC's total plant invest
ment at the end of tne tiscal year
wm $6,900,000,000, compared with
$6,700,000,000 the previous year.
Eight babies were born in Coco
Solo Hospital last week according
to the regular hospital report.
During the same period 74 patients
were admitted and 96 were discharged.
Babies were born to the follow
ing American citizens: SP-3 and
Mrs. Ralpn Dixon, of Coco Solito,
daughter; SP-3 and Mrs. Basilides
Cruzof Coco Solito, son; and
CT-1 and Mrs. Ralph O'Dell, of
Coco Solito, son. M,
Babies were born' to. the follow following
ing following Panamanian citizen?:, Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Jules, f Colon
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Pablo
Medina, of Colon, son; Mr. and
Mrs. Vicente Acosta, of Rainbow
City, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Gre Gre-gorio
gorio Gre-gorio .Barrios, or Rainbow City,
daughter; and Mrs. and Mrs. Ar Arthurs'
thurs' Arthurs' Peter, of Rainbow City,
Spent Six Months
On Farms In Stales
TU umrll is not exoctly full of
people who got dizzy from doing
too morty good tuitb.
Two young men from Panama
returned home last week after
spending the past six months in
the United States under the Inter
national Farm Youth Exchange
acording to Ernesto Solis, director
of information, Divulgacion Agnco
la en Panama.
Andres de la Torre, Jr. of La
Concepcion in Chiriqui and Aris
tiaes urena v., oi cnupampa, in
the province of Herrera, have liv
ed and 'worked with U. S. f a r m
families in two states. De la To
rre was in Missouri and New Jer
sey, while Urefia was in Iowa
The International Farm Youth
Exchange is a people-to people
standing oetween countries
through the exchange of rural
young people. It is conducted in
the United States by the Nation
al 4-H Club Foundation and the
Cooperative Extension Service. The
exchange with Panama was made
possible again this year by
grant to the National 4 H. Club
Foundation from Mathjeson Pan
Just prior to their departure
from the United States, the two
young men and 12 other exhang
ees from South and Central Amer
ica attended a program at Hous
ton and Pasadena, Texas that
was arranged for them by Ma-
thieson Insecticide Plant and
farms and ranches in the area.
At the present time, two voune
farmers irom tne United States,
Robert O. iButles from Iowa, and
Leo A. Sucht from Kansas, are in
Panama under the International
Farm Youth Exchange program.
ROCKFORD. 111. (UP Rock-
ford police said Saturday they
nabbed two- men who stole $800
from a safe by matching a foot
print on a kicked-m door with the
foot of one of the suspects.
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CANAL ZONE POLICE Sgt Jack F. Morris makes sure the
microscope at Balboa Police Station Is in proper working or
der for this-; afternoon's examination of bullets unearthed at
Pacora on court order in the trial oi Ruben O. Mlro and
others for the Remon assassination. Morris Is a ballistics
expert. The gun exhibited in the trial Is to be test-fired at
Balboa and the spent slugs compared with those dug ub
C at Pacora.
AT 9:00 P.M.
i today- .60- .30-
irvm j.vu 10 s:vv pjn.
LIU PALMER in
P REV IEW!
' PRICES: 75 40
THE UNHOLY VIFE' ;stamng DIANA DORS
and ROD STEIGER opens TOMORROW at the LUX
He gaveJier name, a borne, a kerttagr
...and she repaid aim With hate.., turn turn-in
in turn-in r tea araintt mother, friend against friend
antil the peaceful yailey erupted mto a vol-)
cane or violence, eBguiuir au who ereed
the path of the woman they all called THE
UNHOLY WIFE." :
With a wonderful cast,' headed by the
Inscion DIANA DORS, this- dramatic pktnre
will start tomorrow at the LUX THEATRE.